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Semi-weekly interior journal: June 9, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882060901_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: June 9, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ? Semi - Itoeili MtlttflOf VOLUME X.-NUMBER 88? 2) 1 510. A STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE Collossal Liar. The Newspaper 9, 1882. rltOMiSSlOSAI,. NEW WAL,AC1!.VA1U0K. SERIES-NUMB- ER 50. . W. T. P. WALTON, It. WALTON, . Editor and Proprietor Business Manager I'libllthril' Tilrmliiu o uml I'i'UlnU't 1MJII ANNUM. j hhat Is Montr? Thovnluo of n commodity limits its (jimntity. Any tiling which can be obtained In ft limited quantity, with ft certain nscertainnhlo amount of labor, nml which is divisible will servo tho purposo of money. Furs havo bcon cmployctl In so mo countries as monov, cattlo in others as In tho "Iliad," in tho estimation of tho rcspccliva valuo of tho shields of Dioineucs and Ulao us, tho one worth nino oxen, tho oth or n hundrod oxen bricks of tea in Tarlary, cowrie in Africa, rock salt in Abyssinia. Other African tribes calculato in nacutet, n money of tho mind, which has no subjtanco corros ponding to It, but tho valuo contained in which has been jullicicntly ingrained in their minds to answer tho pur llullion poso of n measure ct valuo. Is chosen becauso it complies with thwo two conditions, ililllculty of no quisitlou and divisibility, better than Is it not any known substance. strougo that wo should turn this servant into our master nnd elovnto that which is a more medium for avoiding the inconveniences of barter into nu indisjKMisuhlo necessary of life, hardly secondary to food and clothing? If by somo convulsion of naturo tho pro cious metal, gold nnd silver, wcro utterly destroyed, tho world would tie impoverished bv tho loss of a commodity on tho discovery and manufac turo of which much labor and time has been expended, but tho only result would lo that wo should have to some other contrivance. Tho main business of lilo would coon as before, and tho only diflcreuce would probably- - bo that wo should bo obliged to havo rccourso to n paper currency, on whatever micht bo fouuil,1 after careful consideration, to bo tho most convenient or least Inconvenient standard value. Tho question would be, as it is now, a question of romedy- ing tho inconvenienco of barter by providing somo means of fixing price. would bo all. The Uaptists havo nlways been unhappy nliiut tho word ''baptism." When tho West scholars who could bo found on two continents and the British Itlamls'iotnined in tho new version tho word "baptize,'' instead of chang-in- c it to "immerse," there was n pro longed denomiuatioual convulsion and a irco use 01 mijecuves mai savoreti of tho objurgatory. Now, however, do not doubt mo, Myrtlof" "Never 1" exclaimed tho girl, putting on her Invlsiblo net ns sho spoko bottlo nnd placing her bandolino whero sho would bo miro to sco it in tho morning. Tho sun had glared down fiercely nil day upon tho parched earth, nnd now that night had como tho heat was even moro oppressive than ever, tho cool wind that hnd been walled from tho lako during tho day had died away. It was n dreamy, sensuous, ono evening, such as ono often notices wlnlo traveling in Palestine. "You havo great faith in mo, havo you not, littlo ono" Vivian McCar- as an Educator. Sunday Afternoon. "You thy said, taking tho girl's his. on" hand In belibvo in you with a childliko faith akin to that which enables n boy to biton pie in tho dark, nnd I lovo you with a "Yes," replied Myrtle, "I deep tenderness and fair loyalty that can nover die." "And would you bclievo any thing I told you ?" Vivian murmured, kissing tho dimpled hand that lay in his. Looking at him witli her starry eyes, in which thcro gleamed n holy lovo light, the girl replied, slowly nnd with infinite pathos: "I would bclievo you every word, no matter what you told me." "Then," snid Vivian, while, a hateful light shot from his near oye, "thcro Is no ico cream in Chicago." For an instant, dazed by tho shock, Myrtlo did not speak. Hut presently tho voica of her heart found echo in words. nover leavo you now," she whisjcrod. "Thcro cannot bo nnoth cr such n liar in all tho wide, wide Chicago Tribune. world." Pawning Human flesh. Tho newspaper tho universal literature of our people is itself becoming a literature of knowlcdgo and nrt. No man could read habitually oven ono of our chief nowspapers without nu immuiiso opening of his horizon of thought, a great quickoning of his intellect, nnd n substantial relation with tho thought and feeling of tho wholo world. f he diflercnco between a man who can rend well enough to enjoy his nowsnaper nnd ono who can not is hardly to ho estimated. I supposo our nowsnaper education is tho most influential of nil in this country. Hut it depends for its existenco and its improvement on tho preparation for its uso and enjoyment mado in our common schools. It rises in tono, spreads in intellectual breadth, nnd increases in moral purity ns tho reading class becomes more numerous and varied. It is a great mistnko to speak lightly of newspapers. The press, I think, has a somowhat romantic and exaggerated idea of its supremacy Iu cre.it ing or leading public opinion, but in its general educating influence, its stimulous for thought, it lias n certain tendency to create u tasto for better reading than it can itself supply. I do not bcliove it is easy to overrnto its Hov. Dr. II. national importance. W. Bellows. Tpographical Errors Frequently occur in tho best conducted journals. Tho chango of one letter often niters tho meaning of n word or sentence, nnd most serious perversions of tho expressions of n writer g are linblo to result from hasty or the carelessness of compositors. Not long ago a law that passed both Houses of Congress was put in typo nl (ho Government Printing Of fice, nnd after n tirao it was discovered that a misplaced comma entirely changed tho intent of tho law, nnd further Congressional action wns nee essary iu order to relievo it of tho improper punctuation and give it tho forco and latitude intended. A serious error of this nature has been discovered in the publication of a law passed by tho last legislature of Michproof-rendin- After tho Sunday dinner, what ? Well, it depends. A person whoso brain Is wearied with iutellectnal work during tho week, or whoso nervous system is exposed to tho strain of buslifo, ought to iness or professional sleep, within an hour or two of his Hunday dinner, if ho can. It is surprising how much liko a seven day clock tho brain will work, if tho habit of a Sunday nap bo onco formed. Nature will takondvantago of has regularly and gracefully as sho docs of tho nightly sleep, nnd do her best to make up lost time. Peoplo on tho other hand whoso week of toil is chiefly physically, mny well givo their minds activity whilo their bodies are resting. Two sermons and thrco or four hours of solid reading aro tho real rest to somo on Sunday, while to others such ncourso amounts to a& positive Sabbath breaking. Sunday is a day of rest, not of work, religious or otherwise. It is a day for repose, not for exhaustion. But what tho dogmatists on ono side and tho illiberal on tho other are apt to overlook, is the fact that nil men do not rest alike nny more than they labor alike, and what may help to savo one may aid in killing another. Delays in Capital Cases, T.W.VARHOK. PENNY & McALJSTEK, ThcLARGEST STOCK of WAT0HES.0L0CKS, JEWELRY AM) NIlYVKinVAltK Erer brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches, docks and Jewelry Repaired on short notice, and Warranted, T. W.& W. B. VAIINON, " XiA.'W. AT'J'OltNJSYH OnUe In 01r II. STANFORD. KY. A Son't new lulIJInf-- tp O. lUlri. KAUFPMAN, KY. Ax-ronN- jav f.ANCASTKK, a.t uaw, IjAAV, Muter (VininilMloner ml Cnnnlf Allorner. Will pmctlcfiln .11 lh Court, of lltrrnnl tnt adjoining rountietaml In lh Court of Afpfial,. jva"X'OHNJ3V TIIOMAbF. Ultiti. JIl., A.O STANFORD, KY. Wlllpracllcoln theCourti ol thla and adjoining Umc In coumleaaDdln In Court of Appeal. atalra. Owilej A Hon'a nw ImlMlng-- up Mireoici Tills ctV ,1(111, COIltlllllillR (llO IlllCHt UIHl ALEX. ANDKHHON, Ajr :ca,-v- , DANVILLE, KY., Will practlc In the Courla or Bojle od adjoining counlleaandln the Court of Appeal,. Aru-oinvja- MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY For iiuiiiiiinciuriiiK mcnl mid Hour, Ih now in full operation. Wo will grind for ciiHtomers, Tor (lie present, on TiicmIhj, Tlmrwdny, Friday mid .Saturday of each neck, and on C'oiirl'DayH nnd nil oilier public day. Wo ho I lei I a liberal Hliarc of patromiKumid it III endeavor (oglTceiMlrcNiidxfHcdoii. Wed-iiCHdny, MABTEItBON v PEYTON, a-i- LIIIEKTV, KY. Wltl pracllte In all theCotirli of Cas-- r and countlce, and In tlin Court of Appeali. Mpeclal attention glren to collection!. OBI re oitr IU T. Flerce'a atoie. IMDKXAMIHRRKOIirjtltKTCOOIITT, ta."v, Flour, Mcnl, Corn, Bran. Shipstuff, &rc., DH. J. U. CAUl'ENTEU. flTANFOM), KENTUCKY Office orerlloM. 8. Ljtle'e alore. Office boura from 7 to 9 A. M.; 12 to 1 r. M j 7 to 8 r. x. AlwayH on hand ami for Hale. IIIrIicsK ciihIi price paid Tor Corn, Wheat, ale. Orders left nl 31111 promptly attended (o. "I can tists aro to havo a Biblo of their own a sort of sectarian Bible unliko .. .1 .1 iwl any other Jiinio mat wns ever wriueii, and inso.no respects unlike the one written by the Apostles; and whether it is to bo a Christian Bib o or not it is certainly to be a Bap ist Bible, or tho ofamillon ono pound notes would cost, it is estimated, four cents npicco, won! "Itaptizo is to bo "evicted and I ho greatest river in tho worlilis, or 810,000 at tho outset, and during "nnnicrso is to linvo Us place wlietli- cr it belongs there or not. Tho Bap- - tho Amazon. It rises in tho Peruvian fifteen years they would have to be tisU wcro in their primo nbout tho ' Andes, about sixty miles from tho IV roplaced at least threo times, or, with timo of tho flood, uud sinco then they cific Ocean, mid flows, including its activo uso, six times, thus requiring havo had too little water. Whilo tho windings, a distanco of 4,000 miles to an outlay of certa'nly 8100,000, and world is groaning under nil sorts of the Atlautic, which it enters under tho perhaps $280,000, for tho same period deviltry that ought to bo suppressed, equator nt Brazil. Tho average vc that n million sovereigns would re whilo drunkenuess runs riot through locity of tho current is three miles au main in circulation. tho land, it really does seem to somo hour. It iinavigablo for large ships Mils. Gaiifikmi's Wiiai.th. A of us that tho most important thing 2,200 miles from its mouth. Tho area1 Garfield has to bo cousiilcreil is not the amount ol drained by tho Amazon anil its tnbu Clovelander says: Mrs. bonds, the water to bo used when ono becomes a taries is estimated at 2,000,000 Bquaro $300,000 in Government Christian. Infidels mako a strong miles. The Amazon enters tho sea result of tho subscription. Then her lifo was insured for 850,000, iKiint when they say that wo fight throuch au estuary about ono hundred husband's Sho harder over a wont than wo do to bhvo and fifty miles wide. So great aro the which sho promptly received. nsoul. Common senso tells us plain- volumoaud impetus of the river that also was paid tho salary of tho Prest tho unoccupied first year, ly enough that if you can mako men its fresh water is carried unmixed into dent for That a littlo bettor than half decent it tho sen about two hundred miles. If amounting to nbout 850,000. Very S doesn't mako any difiVenco whether tho Missouri and tho lower Mississippi makes 100,000 does it not? well. Then add to it about $30,000. you uso a tumblerful of water or tho wcro considered ono river, as ninny estate. Atlantic ocean. geographers claim thoy should bo, it tho total valuo of Garfield's all would exceed the length of tho Ama- That was tho total amount, after Tho mystery of Zoo Walking's was received, that zon by about thrco hundred miles. tho abuse that at St. Louis has been par ho was ablo to accumulatoin a life of tially dispelled by tho discovery of her Tho length of tho Mississippi from fifty years. I supposo that tho inbody in tho river, but tho manner of Itaskn Lako to tho Gulf of Mexico is come from this total of more than her death remains unexplained. No estimated at 3,100 miles. $100,000 will bo perhaps $1G,000 a occurrcuco for years has caused so Br.roKi: and Aivri:it Kmxtio.v. year. So she is comfortable, and can much talk in that city. Zoo was tho When a canvass is in progress tho raise her children well; but tho loss of daughter of a wealthy man in Denver, candidato for Congressional honors Garfield was a blow that will leave its , aged 1G, ami a particularly cannot do enough to show his lovo for tear as long as she lives. intelligent, innocent gjrl. Sho tho farmer, but when firmly seated it No, daughter, you shall not cut oil and a sister were visiting bt. Louis is tho professional politiciau and not fore hair to have it hang about friends. After writing suvoral letters tno re- - your sons ot ton who liko the foretop ot a Shethome, telling how well sho was enjoyceivo recognition nnd favors nt his your eyes ing tho trip, and what sho expected to lunula, lieforo election ho caters to land pony. Your mother and I are do at a party that ovcuing, sho went tho farmer, pets his children, praises tho only persons that know you are a out to post them in a lamppost box his industry, and makes fulsome fool, and wo havo too much prido to only two blocks away. Nobody has promises in regard to what he will do allow you to advertiso it to the world. been found who saw her afterward in tho interest of agriculture, but No, no, you must wear your hai alive. Tho search was continued far these promises nre usually very trans- combed back so that people cau seo uud wulo, with no stint of niouoy, for itory and absolutely "meaningless. that you have n forehead, and they twelvo days. Then her body was This fact was illustratod iu Congress might think that you have somo found iu tho wnter, where it had not when tho bill appropriating $335,500 brains behind it. Comb your hair been moro than nine days. Sho had for the Department of Agriculture back, my young ladies, and do not gigglo iu company, and peoplo may died from drowning. There was no was put upon passage Tho l disorder about her clothing, even her showed 101 members absent from think well of you. hands being neatly gloved, tho money their scats. Chicago Tribune. The cnsllngo experiments made at which hud been iu her pocket book The Democratio party must puree Atlanta have proven a grand success , was still there, uud somo jewelry ro univer maltied untouched. Where she spent itself of incompetent leader. It must a fact that will civo creat and silo-pitdays bctwccii her disappear- put itsolf in a position to act upon the sal satisfaction. Ono of the tho three tho twonty-fiv- e ance and death can only bo conjectur- aggrossivo instead of tho defensive was openod Monday and tons of green vegetable matter ed. Her father believes that she wus It must not bo required to waste its abducted, and that tho guilty person energies in defending an unworthy nut iu eight mouths ago was found to perfectly preserved. To farmers or persons, frightened by tho huo and mail when those energies should bo no plan for tho preservation of cry, murdered her to conceal tho directed to discusiing the great prin- this new ciples which underlloour form of gov- forago that otherwiso would go to crimo. ernment, and of which the Democrat wasto is especially valuable. Tho importation of potatoes did not io party has always beeu tho steadfast A New York actress, who plays pay ns well us was expected. Tho upholder. Floaiingsburg Times. foreign goods woro mostly ot n soggy, "Olivette," kicks one of her dainty A heriuopliraJita neitro who formerly slippers into the audience every night,, deep eyed sort, that answered very well to talk about and barrel up to lived In Hartford tlreciird In feiuile attire, uud tho bald headed array ptck it up, ship around tho country. Tho last then known nt Kate Conn, U now In IhU carry it to a neighboring bar room and weiring men's clothes and Kolng unquail champagne from it. She ought cargoes resulted in a loss which city Ilia der mine of John Conn, and i an obwhole business unprofitable, ject of curlcMllr among the colorei' eople. to be conslderato enough to see that mado tho her hose is of recent date. except for coniuerciul exercise. Owentboro Mea.enger, , ' light-hairedliorny-nnmicd roll-cals thocvilistoborcct.fiel,andthoBp According to a writer in tho fxigos Timor, of February -- 2d, a human pawn system exists iu that colony". It appears that many persons whoso necessities compel them to borrow money nro iu tho habit of pawn-baseing their children or rather relatives of tho colony, to tho money-lenderwho, instead of being paid interest in tho usual manner, aro ablotouso tlioeo unfortunate creatures as slaves until the loan is refunded, which may not bo for a series of years. Tho habitant of Liens who makes this statement says: "Tho pawn receives not n traction or payment tor his toil Should ho dio befnro payment of the loan is made, or should ho desert his inaitor, a substitute is to bo provided. This wicked slavery is practiced under thoeyooftho Iiritish law, and somo times persons calling themselves (jnristJanV lm tannin writer Rtntpj rc3!liing lW ,hera ar0 UfiMx gu, ., ; r who jur;e3nn,l ,,,, f ci,izenship, but per who fwn a vot nro nm0Ilg tno ar,est omiore of iArl;inr; :i..M : ..v.,.. wvi OMa ,, ho MVH tUl ..initmicei iaVehoen know ftlie0 Tea,clli BritWl BUU. jed, cou verting theirslaves themselves, J()f ,, ,, the,r to int0 m t thcir inl)ililiea." d s 1 That a check to criminal passions nnd appetites which falls short of tho Office South aide Main Street, two door l abort the Mjera Hotel. death penalty is inadequate as a pre- PureNltroul Oxide Qaa admlnlatered when required. ventive history proves we think, conII. O. MOIIOAN, S. D. 8. clusively. But if tho tenors of tho scaffold are to exert their proper influSJTmE' Wltl be In Stanford two weeks ences the criminally inclined must of each month, from Brit Monday . Dental roomi McA'UUr havo it impressed upon them that In Ht. Asaph AtHotel, otertwo weekaof A Urigbt't. each month Lancaster See algn. retribution for murder falls quickly from third Monday Dental rooma In Maaon House. nnd surely upon tho murderous act. je algn I'ure nitrous oxld gas administered when necessary. As the matters now go tho deed for which a murderer is hanged is forgot! ten by the time that he ascends the scaffold, and the avernco criminal gener knows merely that a man's life has I would respectfully lorito the public Inhair-cal, who wish a good, clean share, or a nice beeri taken by tho Stato and that the shampoo or anything In my line to call on m at I hare punishment was probably imposed for the ht Aaaph Hotel. BaTI'IUCES THREE LOW. tho crimo of murder. Tho foul deed A. DIINAIII. for which Leighton suffered this moraine was committed very nearly two years ago. To make the influenco of HUHOKON DENTIWT, BTANFOnD, KY. LEE P. HOFFMAN, IHMiiMi. iH IIiitcJiinI rceclrcd and will keep eoiiMlnndy on hand n Tresis line or (he choiecHt BENTI8T, Groceries,Confecfcioneries, F-iiXKEIXiir 461-t- f riXE AUorhieh (hey will ISAItlSERS Soil at tlio Very Lowest Possible Margin. nlxo ukciiIh fir die Hale of SIntdiiKly'M Woolen Goods nud Yarns. f hey are superior ICE! ICE!! ICE!!! FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING B"5T ! igan. Tho Prosecuting Attorney of Ingam county recently brought an acr tion ngninst a saloon keeper for linuor to minors. At tho trial of tho case, tho counsel for the defcuso put in :i plea that tho net under which the action was brought could not bo appne.1 10 mo case in question, upon invest gallon it w.. ... coven. n iiia n nr ., ir poiiii niiiiiioa vn mirinrtsT nmi I.IUUV.. na ......... -- J.J.....O .........,..-- . not to minors. sell-ini- Tho relative cost in wear and tear of gold coin as compared with bank notes has lately been investigated in England, and tho advantage lias been found to bo largely withthe coin. To manufacture a milliou of sovereigns cost 810,000, or about a cent In fifteen years they lose apiece. ono half of ono per cent., or about $25,000, and become too light for further uo. This makes their total expense ns currency fir tho fifteen years The paper and printiug $35,000. the execution properly deterrent he GEORGE D. BATTERTON, should have been hanged a year and a half ngo. Tho interval wasted the Wholesale and retail dealer In LAKE ICE. Or- entire efheacy of tho execution, and dera uromntW filltd. tihlDwenti br txirrs adjoining rMtofllce, freight. Office nj iVlin the law's delays are responsible for 4th ilreet, Danville, Ky. this comparatively useless, taking of life. Brooklyn Eagle. A Pretty Sentiment. Nothing mmlh can S(nje but therace of man f,afih re(lected light, but Ge I desire to announce to the people of Stanford what is a diamond flash compared and vicinity lhat I have purchased the Grocery with an eye flash and a mirth flash ? and Hardware stock ol Hale & Nunntllcy, and will Flowers cannot smile; this is a charm continue the business at the ssine stand. Thrlr which even thoy cannot claim. The old eloik, Mr. E. T. Rochester, will be with me birds cannot smile, nor can any living and wishes to have his fi lends to remember him thing. It is tho prerogative of man. ss usual. Trusting by low prices and fair dealing It is the color which love wears, and to retain all the old patrons of the store,t and win cheerfulness and joy these three. It a great many wore, I am, respectfully, is the light in tho window of the tace, W. T. QEEEN. by which the heart signifies that it is Btanlord, Juuel, 1S82. at home and waiting. A face that cannot smile is like a bed that cannot blossom, and dries up on the stalk. Laughter is day and sobriety is night j and a smilo is the twilight that hovers gently between both, and is moro bewitching than cither.- An Esay. Johunio's essay on a monkey: A monkoy is a bin mo funny he begins lookin' like people, insek BE but he runs his other en' too far out to remind you of his beiu' twins. You To Its old friends and lo the public on can't tell how many feet ho has, cause ho haint mado up his mind yet whether his front feet is hands or fects, an THE 15th DAY OF JUNE he uses 'em both waze. When ho smiles his fecchers work bard enufl to -- FOU TJIE- pan out somethiu' ginowino, but the real flavor don't seem to be fetched ! out. Monkeys hang on a tree just WEASOX like a grapevine, but there's more -- UKDKK AN- meat on 'em. Monkeys don't dress enufl to suit raw' folks, an' besides New Management. their closo is made of such thin stud Eutirely that wares oil when tha sit down. Exchange. Gen. Jas. F. Robinson, of Lexington, The Cynthiana iSlcics, in a mention Manager. of the murder of Peter Benuer, adds; "Iu this city a fatality seems to bo The office in charge of Mess. John Fleet and 0. F. Moore, hannini! over the men who havo been sollini linuor by tho small. On Pike street, oue is killed in a difficulty; anRATES OF BOARD : other falls uuwiltincly from a window while asleep, aud dies from his injur- Per May $2.50 ies. A man aud his wife, both young ll.OO Week and in seeming good health, die quite Per 15.00 suddenly and now, a fifth is murder- Per Month (US days) CHILDREN AND NURSES HALF TRICE. ed mysteriously in his own bod while asleep, nud for all that is known to the public, without cause or provoca- EVEBY COMFORT AMD LUXURY, tion." guests, K WEAREN, Ky. Iflaiit Street, Stsmford, B. - TO THE rUBIilC. I have bought out my brother, It. H. Wcnreii, and will continue the Furniture nnd Undertaking business at the same stand, in the St. Asaph Hotel building. I will keep a full stock of Furniture of every description and sell at iigurcs that cannot be beaten. My stock of Collins and Caskets will be comprehensive. Shrouds and ltobcs always on hand. I also repair Furniture and do carpenter's job work. (Orders bj telegraph iironiptly nttcndeil to.) B. K. WEARJfili'. w. 'acH-uan-iS 1w jUjrLZEj" mfifflSs ELalTdt PySfcaHF RaWfHai HamlBBH niKilaaHlFLLaf CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS GENUINE MAYFIELD WILL OPENED! Water Elevator. Destroys All Water Insects; Draws Fresh Water from Bottom of Cistern; Has No Tubing and Does Not Freeze. Foulest Cisterns Made Pure by This Elevator. OT 1882 OVER ONE HUNDRED Now in Use in This County. Try One, and If Not Satisfied, It Will Be ken Back. Ta- PENNY a a & Hon. J. Proctor Knott, of Kentucky r President of the Louisville ami Canal Company, anil Colonel 8. Tayof lor Suit, of Maryland, the fame Company, returned a few days to New Kngland, sgn from an extened trip where they have been Investigating water power. A recent charter u ranted the above Company the right to build a canal ihrougli the city of Louisville, and to use the water of the Ohio Hirer for navigation and water power. It is claimed that the fall of water around the falls at Louisville U tome thirty feet, and that the supply it continuous and unexhaustible. The power ia estimated at two hundred anu liny lliou power. I Washington telegram. Water-powee and Lake lea Included, will U supplied to they are assured that In ererr rciulslta or a first-clalloUltbeMaosneiutnt does not lutcud to le surpassed lijranjr In America. W. u O. WELCH. DRUGS, HOOKS, STATION EKY& FANCY ARTICLES. rbyslclans' Proscriptions accurate); compounded. Pharmaceutical Preparations a specialty. PHARMACISTS, cutis 111 McALISTER 01 CD Trustee 7. 2 0 j o o ta . o M W 3 a a r- o o r-t-- -i w C3T- - o o CD Flattering fraud are acknowledgements of the great world and superior merit of the genuine medicine; but they are very dangerous and unprofitable to the consumer and demoralising to the dealer. When ar.y tiling e!e ta recommended as the aauie, or hist a good, remember It i to make you pay full price for a worthless article that cost the dealer one quarter the price scientifically and of J. lI.sllinfcCo.' carefully prepared Hlmmona Liver Regulator a medicine, for the liver generally couceded to have no eUl. According to the Congregational Annual Church IJook, list iesued. that denomination haail.SOl churche, Ml!! uiln. Istera. and 1181.007 members. The gain last year over deaths and diimiaslona was 0808. Total contributions reported $1,' 227,108 O CD va w H (A r o Ma h 03 o CO p a Oerr- I w p ST (so. o o H SI ro ro 3 o co ft M 0 a tr Q o o m CD 21 & Q Friday Morning, W. P. WALTON. -- June 9, 1882 EDITOR The worst wo liavo over said The Democratic State Convention of "PRAISE THE LORD." from (lie I'ltNlcrit cIIIpm lliaitiont JIiuIiikIiihI Alabama balloted nine times for Governor, Mock of FaANKroRT, June 7, 1882. Wednesday, without succesa. Per tltrttr: Tho clostns service at Law- the laat week the patent office by telegram, Issued 412 regular patent, bring a revenue rencehurg, briefly reported were glorious. Happily the rain fell in of $15,000. It Is the largest weekly issue torrent Saturday afternoon, and the sky ever made. miles on Sunday morning was threatening. Had Thirteen hundred and from of railroad were constructed In the South this not been the eve the attendance Harrodburg, ern States during the five months from Versailles, Frankfort and would have made every thing perfectly January 1 to June 1. night Marie The estimated low In wages to the unmanageable. As It was, at back window worklngmen of the West by the strike In and I had to crawl through a Court-honafler vatnly essaying the Iron mills amounts to from $150,000 to of tho entrance by the door and aisles. Patient . $200,000 a day. In IIiIm niiirhcl. JVw and touchlngly that crowded audience The U. S. Court at Little ltock, award ly and endured the two hour discomfort that was ed a man $1,900 against a railroad for few consented to putting him oil the train because his ex unavoidable, and very leave the bouse. One young man who had cursion ticket had expired. promised to confess, but could not "get to Tuesday, in New York, teleMERVEILLEUX, RHADAMES, MOIRES, pleaded guilty HIM through the press," came to the Moes, of South Carolina, seems that to gain capital at phone ofllec next morning and wailed for of petit larceny and was sentenced to the homo nearly overy member ot Conme, where ho made the good confession in penitentiary for six months. degress is trying, and a great number of the presence of a few gathered from the The earnings ol tho Cincinnati South them havo succeeded, in securing a street. Another young man was anointed ern for May were $101,770.81, as ngalnst custom houso at some point in their healing, at the same time and ALSO $179,725 70 for the same month last year, for body place. whether there was the barest district, showing an increase of $12,051 14, Lawrcnccburg "panned out" grandly. While wc ate sutTering from too much chance that a dollar of customs would was glorified the more, because so sutTering Jesus rain, the Wisconsin people are ever bo collected ut them or not. Our few thought any thing could be accomfor too littlo of it. Destructive forest fires Including Xiiii'm Vt'llluc, llonrlcitii Cloth, Hunting, ThuiIno wido awake member, Hon. PhilB. plished there. It will always be a very are raging there and the cry Is for watei. Clolli, Vi'., mill In fuel a nli'oiiHHorliiii'iit ol tho great pleasant memories Thompson, Jr., observing dear place to us, with Mrs. Scovllle is taking around a petiBRECKiNWDan Off. Col. T. W. of warm personal friendship and courteous length to which tho thing was going, tion asking a stay of judgmert In the hospitalities. "Charley" stood by us from has entered n protest against the erec- Varnonlms received a letter from and making appeals for signers. case Judge K. J. Breckinridge stating that It Is said that many people are signing It. first to last, and with brother Blggers, the tion of custom houses except where cleverest Jailer I know, performed the A bill haa been introduced In the Sencustoms are actually collected, but the owing to a pressure of business, and thankless duty of ushers, with unwearied party in power, bent on filching the on account of the lucrativo office given Late by Mr. Duie, of West Va., to reduce patience and good sense. If the churches postage to two cents, and newspaper last cent of surplus in tho Treasury, him for the second time by the letter have the wisdom to gather the material Knights of Honor, ho has been forced and other printed matter to half the pres now "lying loose" In Anderson, there will will hardly heed it. ent rate. be noble and efficient congregations In to withdraw from tho race for SupeW. J. Ifutchlna has been expelled EVERLASTING! TRIMMINGS, BIA8TUCKINO, The "kicker" on tho Sunday Argus, rior Judge in this district. This will from the New York Stock Exchange. It Lawrenccburg. "My heart's desire and noticing the growing desire of the tho churches God is that" all bo regretted by the Judge's many Is charged that he swindled John K. Duff, prayer to citizens of this Commonwealth in genthere may lie built up and flourish hence friends here and elsewhere, but will be of Iloston, whoso broker and attorney he eral, and of Louisville in particular, forth. When we started from Lawrence-bur- g good news to the other candidates, was, out of $2,000,000. it was to be met by a committee at &C. to le placed upon tho Governor's The army appropriation bill with s who will set out to contend for his the Capitol Hotel, where we had been distaff with the rank of Colonel, very for compulsory retire' clause providing rected to go, with the assurance that MaTho raco is now between C3-OOZsensibly suggests tho idea of raffling supporters. ment from the service at the age of G4, Alvin Duval), Hon. B. M. pasted the Senate. An effort to except jor Opera Hall had been secured for the Judgo off a Gubernatorial Colonel every services, and "all serene." The weather Burdett and Major A. E. Richards. Sherman and Sheridan failed. iiNxorluiviit ol I.hytiin, In oiiilk'ss litrloly, and a now and then, and devote the prowas perfect and the company on the road The Greenback State Convention at UlllttlllllllM, Vc. ceeds to the suffering poor. Wo guar-ante- o delightful. When I say that my friend An item is going the rounds of the Columbus, O., yesterday nominated the that chances in it will go off Press to the effect that Jesse James following ticket: For Secretary of State and brother Nath Woodcock drove me in to-da- y knows him, know faster than in tho Willard Lottery, was a Baptist of good standing in his George L. Hafer, of Miami; Supreme his huggy.every one who that I had a "good time." At tne laat moeven if there is not as much show of church. Rev. Wm. Harris, of New Judge Lloyd G. Luttle, of Lake. ment he had resolved to go on his business Wu Iiiitc added lo our Mock a iilco iiHNiirt ment nf Carpclx, The Ancient Order of United Work York, considers this a thrust at his a drawing. Nath bad joined his way via Frankfort. OlM'loili, .Mailing U'all I'aper, Ac. men now in annual session In Cincinnati, wife and daughter at Lawrenceburg last Johw D. White got so olwtrepu-lou- s denomination, and indignantly denies had a net increase of 310 lodges the past the other day that the Speaker the charge. Will Mr. Harris bo kind year, am' a net increase of 1G,7GG mem Sunday. They bad been there a day or GENTS' NECKTIES, C0LLARS.CUFFS & GENERAL FURNISH- twoalrcidy. It v. ill be seen in the sequel had to order the Sergeant-at-Arm- s to enoucn to tell us it Air. James was hers. The total membership is now 101, ING GOODS. how perfectly providential this was. So we keep an eye on him. Pig Iron Kelly not a Baptist what was he? Surely GS5. life merrily along, gathering fresh The Ohio republicans nominated at bowled asked that the body would, not hold the great and good man belonged to air, and enjoying to the Columbus, Wednesday, Hon. Charles from the delicious him (W.) responsible for his words or some church. scenery of this most romanpresent incumbent for Secretary full the lovely Townsend, acts, as he was himself thoroughly ir In au interview, Hon. Joe Black of State and John II. Boyle for Superior tic road. The approach to the Kentucky Johnnie will nave to burn says that tho prospects are that Judge, and adopted a doubtful uohibi- - river, down Cedar Run, is one of rare responsible beauty. Arrived in Frankfort at 4 r. M. STANFORD, LANCASTER and HUSTONVILLE, fled some old man like Speaker Big- either Proctor Knott, Thos. L. Jones tlon resolution. to find our baggage dumped at the Capitol IlPALLR IN After the loss of the Jeannette, and ger and give him a threshing before or Lt, Gov. Cantrill will bo the demHotel, but the committee nun tt. "No afler proceeding inland from the Siberian he can teach his brother members ocratic nominee for Governor. We Seeds, body knew nothing" as one ungrammatiand that he is a fighting man and cannot would suggest to "the roaring bull from coast, Lieutenant Danenhower native his cally but concisely put It. By a blunder In comrades were surprised to find Bashan" that Hon. Michael H.Owsley dians who were Christians and strict Ho at the telephone office we had supposed be bulldozed. ourselves welcomed by so distinguished a . We give elsewhere the names of the is a candidate with fully as much man Catholics. personage as J. Stoddard Johnston, Ksq., to At Winona, Minn.,C W. Vanderhoof, Tariff Commission nominated by the show, if not more, than either of the the hospitalities of the city. But by the mer-chandis- e. of the First National Bank, above distinguished gentlemen. President. lie could hardly have time we actually arrived J. S. J. Ks , had was brought before the court on a charge found a more Wo published in our last issuo a of embeuling $43,000 from the bank, dwindled to a clerk In a grocery, who for set than he has and of course the copy of(the act to equalize tho school pleaded guilty, and was sentenced to ten some reason unknown, had telephoned something, and then through pressure of war tariff, possibly laid on a little heav- tax between white and colored chil years in the penitentiary. work on County Court day (as Monday Maj. E. A. Burke, of the ier, will still be continued. Wo fear dren by taxing property two cents adwas) had forgotten or neglected lo do any thatKx-Vic- e Presidont Wheeler will ditional. The question is to bo voted crat and C. 11. Parker, of the lcayune, thing. The situation was unique, but hardly spare the time from fihing to on at tho August election, and we be both of New Orleans, fought a duel Wed Nath Woodccck wa uniquer. He sprang nesday. Afler five shots Burke was wound a hound and took in the give the matter that attention which lieve all men will be ar- ed in the leg. The trouble was over an into the saddle at whole at a glance. He hadn't been "on it deserves. rayed on its side. Surely if auy body article in the Picayune reflecting on Burke. the road" for 20 years to be baffled by a Mrs. Jennie Dixon, of St. Louts, who Col William Brown, who sever needs help in getting au education, it He entered little contretemps like this. deserted her husband, children and opu I I GV I I I al mon ths since created a tempest in a is tho poor negro. the party ai the Capitol Hotel, had the 3NT I DFt 3MC lence, two months ago, and went to Texas ' teapot by denouncing Garfield as a George Dittoe, of the Stale Jour with John Curtis, jutt out of his teens, has best rooms iu the house assigned; and the moment he saw us comfortable, struck for treacherous, cowardly, selfish politi- rial perpetrates the following: "Wo been by him. Mr. Dixon has in- Ksq. Horrified, that desiring to visit cian, again comes to tho front, this see that our good old Governor has stinted suit for divorce and goneolTto Iowa J Stoddard Johnston, worthy gentleman, who was on hts wsy to timo in a more praiseworthy role than given his note for tho amount of the with the children. the Louisville trai.i, by the announcement our store from Livingston, At a caticm of republican members of of what we had been expecting from abusing the memory of the dead. Pie expense incurred by the trip of the the U S House yesterday, votes Indicated him. He assured Nath thai be knew Pine Hill, Brodhead, Gum has just presented tho public library Militia to Yorktown. Had we known of reducing the tax on nothing whatever about the telegram,but alin Nicholasville, with books to the it could bo paid off that way, we that It was in favor medicines, bank matches, proprietary Sulphur, Crab Orchard, can amount of 81,500 worth. Bully for would have come to the front and checks, cigars and cigarettes, but not on though not a "Barne man" and perfectly satisfied with the religion he already had, Bill. bank capital. The Internal Revenue bill yet he offered the hospitalities of his own now come on tho paid it ourself." he practicably (helved. Is believed to Ouu newspaper friends who patronhouse most cordially, though compelled to Garibaldi left a provision in his will and spend five hours to The negro, Lynch, of Mississippi, pre' ize the "patent outside" men, will1 he his body should bo cremated but rented a hill for a railroad from Memphis be in Louisville that night, and unable to that call on us until he returned. The Indefatisurprised to know that Mr. E. P. the family being of this opinion no doubt, to New Orleans, on the bank of the Mis- gable commercial traveler then ferreted thoroughly Brown, of Aiken's Union, has, in ten that ho will be burned enough any sissippi. The bill auks tor a guarantee of out the sender of the telephone message, genuand learn years, accumulated a fortune of 8100, way, have refused to permit tho fifty per cent, on $50,000 per mile. It Is a and by rare good fortune, struck In the 000 and retired from business. The inciueration aud havo laid the remains project of a novel and extravagant charac course of his inquiries, young Mr. Buck ineness of our low prioes. publishers might have saved for their ter, though such a road may yet be built. ley, the brother of the editor of the Andcr. away in a vault. Wo aro always open for tho The army worm baa made its appear- ion JWiff. This own pockets the greater amount of bo- - ance, and the dreaded Only three weeks aro to elapse (esls are making and zealous young man at once threw him this sum had they had sufficient "get ,fc- "- tho public, I "' "JT" . foro Guilcau will perform tho re- frightful havoc with the wheat and barley self into harness and joining Nath in the convenience up" about them. . r-r-- -- --.. .i- crops in the western part of Fayette counmarkable feat of dancing in mid-ai- r good work wrought like a beaver until and continue to invito to Tin: Hon. Kichahi) Keii has made with OA.S.K.I-A.O-ESnothing to stand upon, and a ty. They are ruining the crop wherever night. Together they canvassed the city, Neir.IMinU'i-H- , JliiHiTK, Iltty-Itiikohis calling ami election sura for Suthey go, and some of the farmers atate that secured Major Hall fur the night, had make our houso headnation will rejoice when tho danco is unlens they Hulliy IMouh, J rill ii lirlllM, Coni-rianltTare relieved from this plague posters struck at the Yeoman office, and in perior Judge in the 3rd District, hav- over. lliirrouM, 1 within a week that their wheat will not be short, by 8 o'clock had the thing so well quarters; your bus Thrcnk- 148 instructed votes, ing secured MraW't'iiltrr. The warlike attitude of affairs in worth cutting. Press. lut; Alai'liliit'H mill KiikIim-'h-, advertised there was hardly standing room when only 120 were sufficient to nomyour friends; uso u Heed's petition for a new trial for Egypt seems to be abating, but it is in the aisles of the Opera Hall. I tell you, iness; Machinery. Wo buy oxcluiiTely from Manufacture, inate. ' The Convention at Lexington only a question of time for tho conflict received the following response from a well posted drummer, when one is. in a our cliairs, writing matorial, &c, and And other Implements and lots, and conuequcntly obtain tba larget discount and d direot, for cwb, in uext Wednesday, will therefore bo a to begiu. Too many men there wish the Court: The Judges who listened to the tight Ox, is the "right man in the right Ooods at Reasonable Prices lowest rates of freight. Our motto la i "I wo trust that you will feel it is no to bo the rulers for neaco to long abide. argument in that case come to the conclu- place. rather prosy affair. ncsjicvuuujri tne iieaiis always me uuuaiwai. sion that they haye exhausted their power The Opera Hall could only be had for Btanfoid.Ky. imposition us, for wo confess tlte publio GEO. D. Tom Henry is conducting himself Gen. Hancock, it appears, is seriuon it; that they have heard it perfectly, Monday night. The County Judge with in tho cauvas3 with Jacob like a genGIIi:i:iV & AVir.MAMN, 13 UN. ously talked of for Governor of PennWITH full and fairly, and that reargument would great kindness oflered ua the lias traded liberally with us, and we W. Ii.Manager Unrnl.r U.ot. Uamttn lluitontUla sylvania. Wo fear that the General tleman, aud is convincing people that bring no other conclusion than that arriv and there we are now. The Court room he is not half so black as ho has been ed want to show somo appreciation of it. the is quite insufficient to accommodate the is not the man for the place, unless he at, and they decline to painted. great throng, but will do as a makeshift case for argument. has studied up on the tariff issue and Call for Mom Meeting of the Democracy. The l'resldeut has nominated the fol- until Sunday, after which Major Hall can has chaugod his views that it is puro-lIn compliance with the order of the lowing for members of the Tar I IV Commis be obtained right along. I mutt close to a local question. County Committee, I hereby request tho sion: Wm. A. Wheeler, of New York, catch the mail. How I like Frankfort Guiteau'h last chance seems to be Democrats of Lincoln to meet In Maw Chairman; John L. Hayes, of Massachus- how we visited the penitentiary; how we In Stanford, etts; Henry W. Oliver, Jr., of I'ennsylva-nls- ; enjoy the Capitol House fare, how every YOUR BUSIgone, and now the only thing ho can CoiiTentlon at the Court-bout- e fHKi SEND USCARD FOR 1 1'. it., to Austin M. Garland, of Illinois; Jacob thing seems to us as new comers, must bo NESS do to escapo the gallows is to take on Saturday, June 24th, at name delegate to the District Convention Ambler, of Ohio; John H.l'helps, of Mis. reserved for my next. The fight In FrankTRADE LIST. enough "cold pizen" to lay him out. at Danville, July 0, to nominate a candid- souri; Kobertr. Porter, District of Colum- - fort will bo no child's play, but Jesus will D. LANDRETH & SONS, The effort to obtain a commutation of ate for Superior Judge. bla; John W. II. Underwood, of'Oeorgla; win, KrerinlllM. PHILADELPHIA. QmO, BAUNia. his sentenco will also prove abortive. W. O. Welch, CViu. Duncan F. Kenner, of Louisiana, fifty-two about Governor Blackburn is that incapable lie is a old loon, much better fitted for tackling tho yellow fever than tho aflairi of Stale, and for that wo wcro outlawed after tho manner of Jcmo James and a price as it were put upon our head. Hut what will bo done with poor George Dittoo, of tho State Journal when our good old Governor reads in his paper, "Iter. Barnes has gone to Frankfort to beard tho devil in his den." This is moro than we havo ever said against Luke, and if that worthy does not iisuo a general order giving any body tho right to kill the unfortunate George, we will acknowlcdgo that our diagnosis of the case is exceedingly faulty. Ditloe, old fellow, wo say it in all seriousness and deep concern, your days on earth are numbered; you cau not call our dear good Luke n devil and live in tho proud old Commonwealth of Kentucky. Selah. good-hearte- It trial and on its being refused, an appeal to tho Court of Appeals, and tho Governor, if that fails, all stand between a criminal and justice and While may yet go scott frco of his crime. CoNonnss appropriated 840,000 to the Yorktown celebration, which considering tho various Stato appropriations was considered moro than amply Yet sufficient and even extravagant. all that has been paid out and a defi ciency amounting to $33,000 been asked and obtained from Congress. Tho whole thing was a big debauch and a greater part of tho deficiency was created by tho most reckless extravagance in tho costliest wines, brandies, whiskies, cigars, &c. Tho appropriation for tho deficiency would probably not havo been made but all tho questionable bills had beetupaid out of tho $40,000 appropriation for expenses of tho Centennial, and had left such expenditures to bo met in the deficiency bill as they know Congress would be obliged to meet. During the last alx montln 3,550 mllea of railroad have been opened, costing $70, 000,000. The Tradera National Dank haa been by tho keenest of lawyers. Ho must organlted In Covington, Ky., vrlth a capital of $.100,000. Ixs very guilty or such a verdict could The owners of Monttcello Graveyard not havo been obtained and wo trust refute to allow Jeflerion's remain to be refor tho sako of an examplo and to re moved therefrom. The atartltng atory that hallitonea i the ends of justice, that it will bo enforced. Application for a now foot long and weighing a pound and a half cornea from North Carolina. Husky Wihtr, tho fast young book keeper of tho Fayetlo National Bank who was charged with stealing several thousand dollars in bonds that wcro in tho bank vault for info keeping, has just been adjudged guilty at Lexington and his punishment fixed nt two years in tho Stato prison. His conviction is a completo triumph of (ho law, for tho young man hnd many influential friends and was represented NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. The bonded dclt of the city of New York Is $ 07,600,000. The Oregon Slate election remitted In a victory for the republican. James Q. lllatne hna formally declined In a nomination for Congresaman-atdarg- e Main. Near Vienna, III., a bachelor, named W. llayless, living alone, was found tied to a rhalr In his house, his feet burned to a crisp by a small lamp and his head split open with an axe. Some parties unknown evidently tortured him to make him tell the whereabouts of supposed money, but It is thought they found none. On the day the mob hung Kills, Gov. Blackburn pardoned J. M. Grlder, sent to (he "enltentlry from- Warren county for the killing of Clark, and tflo Court of Appeals reversed the decision In the rae of Williams, who killed Tierce In Woodford county and was given a life sentence. The Governor's pardons are dictated by a tender heart, and tho Appellate Court reverses on technicalities. In cither case iusllco Is defeated and crime licensed. Covington Commonwealth. K. J, It CIltlNAWtr. JIM. 8F.VKHANCK. II. II. F.DMISTON. BRUCE, SIMIJXOCO, - WARREN & ANNOUNCEMENT! 1882- - - "AN HONEST IS GOOD THE SOUL." Hi CHENAULT, SEVERANCE & GO. FOR rcwlrcilillrrrt ol'Kiil the extreme low prices and greatest discounts, we have bought a larger ever before,and sibly more goods In order to get mm mmmi IKTOTIOZLSTS, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, lE-IT- tfcO., lilil(('i liter quantity of goods this season than ELEGANT LINES OF SATINS, pos- than this trade mands. Qui-tea- u - We have always advocated A HANDSOME STOCK of 1JLAGK GOODS, that it is better for us, and certainly is for the custom Dress Goods of Every Description. er, to sell a great ruix mm:s many goods for a little profit than a few goods for a great profit. To enforce this princi ple, we are ready, Hamburg Embroideries, India Trimmings, Laces, TjtLlie.s' Neckwear, FANS, PARASOLS. pl'iidll with an increase of tradeto reduce our prices, and from- - "WHIIETIE book-keep- astonish the peo ple. Our Grocery and Clothing combination, with the advantage of a Double Store, is working admira bly, and we contin ue to urge all to bring along their produce and exchange for have added to our stock a staple line Dry Goods, which makes it almost impossible for you to call for anything we cannot supply. Parties will begin a new scale that will Itiie, GEO. D. WEAREN, Wool, Orchard Grass Grain, and other hide-boun- d e We Tima-Dcm- fair-mind- IF j&. 1 siPiaiisra- 'V w.A.aoasrs, Jh. Q S, regular train market investigate the kind-hearte- level-heade- of all (Jul-tea- their transact chat BTJGGIES ,Iti-upci-car-loa- - """ J3&JD , Cultivator, orn-Nlicllor- Ilny-l'rchMV- irst-cla- WEAREN, Court-hous- Dil n y '03 NHUUYM 'Bonua WHOLESALE LIST Til nil I dJL MERCHANTS! luniiir ififc SEEDS! IP Oo to llruce, Warren A Co., for lumber and MD S told Coal Cempany'i coal Watche and Chatelaine Chain, Ilrareleta, the $100 alderney cow to R, C. Warren. N'ecklacea, Pin, Ac. Cill and aee S0?A.liT3rO3R3D, ICY. can't be beat. Call on T. T. Davleaa for It. Kid. Jo. lUllou sold to 8. II. llruce, A McAHter. Wednesday, 21 Iambi averaging 811 lb, at Friday Morning, Juno 9, 1882 J. W. Hayihhc haa ordered a few while IIetonu controveray great la the power 5 cent. moire and brocaded parasol. Those of advertising, We are in receipt ol a letWheat threshing thl week In Hlclc tich ahotild call early. L A N.L OCAL TIME CARD. ter from a young lady at Taylor, Texa, man county. The market will open at $1 9 10 1. M. I'tiMftftr trains North..., Mn. J. T. Harm In fresh fish for aale who write that alio had read In the Stanto $1 10 per bushel. " " South.. .1f r. m twice a week Wednesday and Saturdar, ford iNTKnnm Journal that we are givA cow In Hardin county recently gave ing away a poll parrot and a chromoto all birth to a calf that had seven at hi meat and provision atore. LOCAL NOTICES. applicant. We greatly regret to Inform leg and eight hoof. ' Uuv I'AIKTU of lVnnj A MoAllitcr. Unoi.k Jihmv Wauiikn hi olTered our fair correspondent that owing to the Mr. R. Jl. Rtrly, of Fy county, himself for sacrifice, that la, he I out for magic power of Kitmit Dine Lick Water, at Mcltolierls printer' Ink the parrot A HUrrV Jailer lo be unmercifully anowed under by me all gone. (They committed aulcide by churned from tlx gallons of Durham cream, eighteen pound of butter. Doan'h Oaaollne nt l l'ennjr A Tom ewland, In Augtiat. drowning Ihemselve In the Ink keg) Some farmer have already cut their McAlleterV FAnsimu dolrlng to lay tn their winter Lebanon Standard. Ur.nMiif Millet and Hungarian seed tt wheal, and exprea their gratification at PULASKI COUNTT. atipply of coal would do well to nee the W. 11. HlBRlm.'. Idioth. The immense fraud on the the good yield. Madlsonville (Ky.) Somerset. Halt, Lime nj Cement constant) on proprietors of Lincoln Milk It will be Stale Treasury for the support of alleged Time. Stephen Vaught, an aged cilizen, reliml a A. Owsley's. money In their pocket, Dr. J. M. Myer, of Boyle, haa just re ceived Idiot caused the late Legislature to pas a a rather severe lecture from hi Nkw flock of Jewel rv mil fiiUtrwuto it law requiring the Auditor to forward to ceived an alderney cow from New York, spouse, and in indignation departed. Thi When the trial of Dick 1'araona for IVnny AMcAlliterV which cost him $100. The crate the wa wa several day ago, and he ha not been JJoiu Watfii Utter llin In any pint twilling hia mother and brother waa rail-e- each Circuit and Criminal Judgo and ComTuesday, no wltneen agalnat him ap- monwealth' Attorney, a list of alt tlio brought in and the railroad transportation heard from since. He wa traced to a season, at Mcltobert AHtagg's. In their district who receive an amounted to $'J1. person Watciif. Clock ami Jewtlrr repaired peared and he wai releaaed. house on Pitman Creek. There he an' nil warranted bjr I'ennjr A McAIIater. The stock of tlie late Rev. Cad Lewi, nounced hi Intention of crossing the counallowanco na Idiots, whose duty it shall lie Cahev Ciucuit Court will commence to have such person Wk carry tlie larseatand Lett assortment produced In Court sold In Franklin county thi week, at $50 try to visit a relative. He haa not been next Monday, with n Ug ilocket. Tlio of canned Roods. McAllsler A Ilrlght. for examination a to their menial and pe to $120 for milk cows, bull calve $J to seen there, and a a man wa heard screamJo u una i, will be repreaented there eunUry condition. No one under eight $02. A Southdown buck, $13, Southdown Cam. on V. II. IHggin for graM and ing In a dense wood on the route, it Is grain acjtliea, Saddler'i grain cradle, Ac. and we hope our old friend and many yeara of age, nor one who I only at limes, ewe and Iambi $7 to $8, horaei $117. supposed lie ha committed suicide, and Turk Aldtn Fruit Vinegar, beat In tlie new one will favor ua with their ailbacrlp-tlonThe annual aale of wool In pool took large parties are out scouring the country by r.plleplic Gla or other malady enfeebled world, for aale only by McAllnter A llriglit. In mind or i pecuniarily able to be cared place at Kmlnencc, Tueaday, when 35,000 In search of him. You will find the beat and Another acore for the Waller A. Wood for. shall receive any allowance. It la pound were disposed of at 21 cent for cigar In town at l'ennjr A McAHa-lerWm. Catron, who call himself "Wild Twine Hinder. John Duncan, of Garrardi hoped that thl will materially reduce the coawe combing, 20 for delaine, 28 for Bill," and whose frequent ccapade have J. II. A 8. If. Shank are receiving and one of the Judge In the field trial at number now on the charity of the State clothing, 20J for black, 22 for merino, 1CJ been a source of constant terror and annoyopening a nice new lot of Zelgler Miom Camp Dick Koblnaon, Utt Friday, lake a and atop the evident speculation in audi for hurry, and 15 for lamb'. ance to all good citizen, wa tried yesterlow cut. Walter A. Wood Twine Hinder. Geo. I). business that I going on, especially in the Paris Court The atock tale were day for rescuing a prisoner from the custo I). Klaim ln just received a large atock mountain counties. Commonwealth' At- considerably better than on any Court day dy of an officer. Although the cise waa of Calico at 5, 0 and 7 cent. Call and Wearen, Agent. previous for many months. Good fat cat ie them. Lunatic Armatcad Given, a negro torney Warren, showed u n list of the tle made out beyond a reasonable doubt and averaged from 6 to CJ cent per lb.; A Nicr. assortment of I'rtncli Candlra man of HO yeara, wa altried beforo Judge IJiot in thl district now receiving shown to be an aggravated one, still, an Inbroke mule from $125 to $150. Plug and a frrsli lot of foreign frulta juat receivIlrown and jury on a charge of lunacy lowances, and we find that ISoyle and Gartelligent jury acquitted him In just five ed at McAllsler A llrlglitV. rard have but two each, Lincoln but 10, horses, a usual, varied from $30 to $D0, minute. Public feeling is very high, and Al.r. farmer having the McCorinick Wedneaday, ami ordered to the Aaylum at About $8,000 worth of land changed hand. the utmost Indignation la expressed at the Machine can get extra and twine at A. Lexington. Kellglon and women eceni to while Itockcaslle haa 18, Casey '28, Itussell A. M. Feland sold to A. W. Smith a be the subject uppermoat in hi dethroned 11, Wayne 33 and Pulaski .11; total in 8 Owalev'a. J. II. Owen, Agent. sheriff for summoning the entire jury from cow and young calf for $150. She ta a A I'ULt. line of California Canned UooJt, reaaon, counties 111, This at $7f per head, the the neighborhood where Catron' father short-horand goea to and brother live. Including Apricot. (Jraiieo, I'ear. IVachra amount allowed, make $10,570 that thi thoroughbred I 'nor. Aiinkii KoueilV achool cloed Christian county. He alio sold to Mr. and I'gg I'lu in at McAllsler and Ilrigut'a. for the support of idiot. A sad accident occurred on the CumWedneaday, with an elegant feaat, which district alone gel Floyd, of Caaey, a weanling calf for $30, pers'onal. berland River near Waittburg Saturday he had aet for hia pupil at the St. Aaaph, ge M. II. Owsley and one to Senator J. H. Bruce for $75. Sri.ciAt. Court.-JudMu. 8am. IIic'ici and wifr, of Sower-ac- t, A a teacher, Prof. Itoger baa given the began a special session of the Court here He haa 12 or 15 more of the came kind for latt. Jame Wright and Buck Webb were rafting log by mean of a windlass to a moat entire aatiafaction and it I the gener- yesterday for tlio trial of equity case. sale. were here lliia week. al with of hi patron that he wilt return One divorce wa decreed, Mr. Sarah Richmond Court The market were mill. Webb let the handle loose and waa attending HtmMAN a Dr. Lr.R again next aeaaion. the Dental Convention at l3iilrllle. being granted one from her husband, dull and the price good; for common cat- knocked Into the river. Wright sprang to hi astittance and succeeded in drawing Mim. I.uor I'iick, of Lexington, la on The Lauhki. Coat, Co. The last ilaun- - Joahjia, for cruel and Inhuman treatment. tle from 3 to 5 cents; good cattle sold him out, but attempting to catch the swifta visit to Mra. Dr. Lee I'. Ilutruian. fain Echo contains the article of lncoro- - The most important case before the Court privately for C), Maj. John D. Harris havMm llrmi: lliifcr continue verv ration of the above company, which la waa for a construction of tlio will of Dr. ing sold 100 head to Cincinnati parties. ly revolving handle was struck himself, and both were again thrown into the water. III at lier son's, Mr. fleorge II. llrure. composed of Lincoln county men, at fol George W. Given. It seems that In the These cattle will weigh 1,000 pounds each; Wright waa instantly killed and never rose Mil. JACon M. Coomt, of Cincinnati, lows: A. K.Denny, W. 8. Hockcr, willKlderaS.il. King and Shouae are good work cattle brought from $110 to $120; J. W. to the surface. HI body ha not been reI viaitlng hia daughter, Mra. U.S. Lvlle. given some $25,000 for charitable purposes T. Million sold two young bull of good McAlitter, It. W. Hocler, J. Hays, Geo. Webb waa rescued the second Jon. II. 1'AXTON, Ixj., la a bona !! Given and J. S. I locker. They own a to be decided on by them. The executor grade for $100; about 50 plug horres covered. time, and, although badly hurt, it I Herald. vorre lawyer, at least Mr. Mullint think tract of 'JAO acre of coal land three mile contended that this ta void because of it brought from $50 to $00. thought he will recover. ao. n Cincinnati good cattle maintain lid aide of London, and have gotten In uncertainty, and further claims the right Mim tolfAMNA Jamm, of Crab OrMT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. condition (o ship 10 car load of coal per to leaie some coal mine property belonging their quotation of a week ago, but comchard, ta a gunt of the Georgetown Female day, ao aoon as the road It oiiened, which to the eatale. The executor waa repreaent- mon gradea are weak and dull. The latSam. M. Burdett. Editor. Times. Seminary. will be the first of next month. The coal ed by Mr. Sam. Harding, of Danville, In ter bring $2.50 to $3 50; good to choice Di. J. Joplin, one of the oldeat citizens Mn. FiiitiaiunHi,AiKiitTKii, of butcher' $5 to $0 50; fair to good ship-pe- of the county, is lying very 111 at his resiKTsoii, and by Ward and McAfee, Louisthick-n- r arrived yesterday and ta a gtient ol Ilea in vclna of .17 to 42 inchea in $550 to $7.25; oxen,, common to dence near town. Ill recovery is not exand I aald to be of aiier!or quality. ville, by brief, and the Trustees by Hill Mra. B. C Trueheart. and Alcorn. Col. Hill had prepared an choice, $3 to $0. Hog arc ateady at $8 to pected. The capital atock of the company la Mim 1'aStiiea McICinnev hae reMr. M. C. Miller, republican candidate with the privilege of increasing it to elaborate speech, but Judge Owsley assur- $8,30 for selected butchers and heavy turned from a delightful rlslt to her friend ed him It waa useless to deliver It. Mr ahlper; fair, $7.00 to $8; common, $0.25 for County Court Clerk, went to Stanford $500,000. Mist Julia Love!, at Mavaville. Harding followed in a long argument, and to $7.15. Sheep are in fair demand at 3 to yesterday to procure a certificate for quail- Miot. II. C. llnimiT haa purchased a The Court of Levy Gxed the rate of at the close adeeision that the bequest was 5J cents; Lam In quiet at 5 to G) cent. fication. taxation for county purpose at 10 cents on handaome little taddle mare, and daily Dr. W. P. McKee left here yesterday valid, and that the executor ha no right an hour or two of healthy exercle on the $100 and $1 50 per toll, the tame a LINCOLN COUNTY. for Lancaster and Danville. He expect to work or lease the coal land wa render her. last year. A statement of the finance ol Highland. to be a full panoplied Knight Templar , MimM.Sadiu I'enniniiton, one of the county is given elsewhere, which shows ed. The ault of W. G, Welch, Trustee, Mra. Eliza Young sold a cow to Mr. when he returns. and the creditors of Iaaac Shelby againat the aweet girl graduate of Sayre Insti- that the ta in n pretty fair condition. An There have been several move on the him, to enforce the trust and sell Crab Or Owen for $21. J. S. Young sold one to tute, Lexington, returned yesterday look- order waa made granting '10 feet of the political during the past severchard Springs, went over on account of a Mr. M. Campbell for$2G. ing bright an happy. Court square on the Kaat aide to widen At the rchool election last Saturday, al days. Each party feel the importance failure to serve procea, but a special term Mi1 Annie McKinni-.will be the street, six of which Is for lavement for ita trial wa set for June 20. The Court H. P. Young, G. W. Baugh nd J. W. of getting it ticket straight before August. and Miaa Sallle I'enny valedictorFrom the North end W fett were granted, Long were elected trustee for our new Mr. M. J. Cook, of Pleasant Valley, will be In session ian at the Stanford Female College Com- provided the town, which it haa agreed to District. We hope that they will hare a dropped In and left bis subscription for mencement Ihia year. do, would trcct and maintain hitching It wust ue Jesse. Chat. Q. Hailett, At the Commencement exerciaca of post for the accommodation of the public writing from Bonanza, Colorado, to Sl.eriiT house built that will be a credit lo the this paper a few day ago. He eaya he is community. greatly pleated with the course of tho In Miaa Mr. Havdon' school In On the third ballot Dr. Hugh Held waa J. N. Menifee, under date of May 30th, Eld. W. T. Corn and wife of terior Journal, and regard it a one of of tMa county, wat awarded JoIe Wither, elected physician to the ! mil for the unex aays: "A party who has been personating wero visiting at Jame Light's the beat paper In Kentucky. a testimonial of tlllligenre. pired term of Dr. 8. P. Cratg, over Drs. county officer of Kentucky and thereby last week, Richmond Kelley and Personal F. W. Spears, traveling Miw. W. M. I!oni.K,of Lancaster, haa Peyton and Ilronaugh. Inrs. Daniels swindling ollicera in some of the Northern Turner, of Oregon, will visit the salesman for the new firm of Allen, Ather-to- n been over a day or two to sec her grand-aunand Itailey were appointed a committee to States, ha been arrested in Iowa and I In families of II. P. Young and C. M, Jones, A Co , Louisville, waa in town WedMra. lloyd. who I getting along well draft suitable resolution on the death of jail at Marahalltown. His operations have this week, F. B. Howard and wife were nesday night, and warmly greeted by many alnce the amputation of her finger. John Cash, Kq. 'Squire Portman had an been very extensive, and he haa traveled old friends who knew him when he waa a Mm Ameiuca Hoitt, after a pleaaant order adopted, which appear elsewhere, since 1878, but we could not capture him visiting at J. S. Young', Sunday. "gentleman of the road" seven year ago. vllt ofaeveral day to her couiin, Mi fixing October, tlio Court of Claims, fur until last week. Tiie evidence against him GARRARD COUNTT. Mits Jael Redd and Mr. and Mr. J. II. Snllie Harlan, thia county, hat returned to the election of all the officer selected by I strong, and he will probably go to the Lancaster. Otter have returned from LouUville. Dinvillv Advoher home in Stanford. ta MorA horse attached to a spring wagon the Court. The new road law was ordered lo penitentiary. He aaya his name cate. The democrats of Rockcastle are rebe printed and submitted to the people for gan, and that he wa at one time sheriff of and driven by Mr. George Hackley, beMu. A. W. Smith hat paid hi quested to assemble in mat convention at In Mt. Vernon, Saturday, to this paper lilt a date in 1881. Its adoption or rejection at the regular some county in your State, and squandered came frightened While pasting through the adhia property worth $18,000. Wo are In- town Tueaday afternoon, and ran from the June 24, 18S2, at one o'clock We are much obliged for hi cleverness August election. And then the Court i: m., for the I Jesse public square out Richmond street to Dr. purpose of selecting and instructing delebut will not aay, "Go ye and do likewise." journed to meet on the 2nd Monday in clined to believe, however, that ho July to consider the new turnpike project. Spraggens, formerly of your place. The Huflman's, where it ranaagainit the fence, gates to the Convention which meet at We.wlll be satiaGrd if you pay till 18 man in jail waa in Kentucky, tn Feb, 18S1 broko the wagon to pieces and threw Mr. Danville, July 0, 1832, to nominate a demCol Isaac KiiKi.nv who baa Juat reHeld on a Diabolical Charoe. turned from a trip through Illinoi, Iowa Nearly a month ago we received partlcu- - Please lo write me nt onco an account aud Hackley out hurting bim severely on the ocratic candidate for Superior Court Judge and Wisconsin, aaya that he haa never seen lara of tlio attempt of one Hen Dunn, of description of Spragcens, and tell me when back, head and tide. Mr. Hackley wa in this, the 2d District. By order of the Henry Marksbury't, where he County committee. finer tropect for wheat than In liiose Garrard, to admlnlatet drugged wine to he wa last at Stanford, o that we can taken to J. W. Brown, Slate. Corn owing to the cold weather! Miaa Keltic Doorea, a highly respected know whether we have him or not." The has been in bed since, and la improving Jack Adams, Jr., dis- alowly. Chairman, Secretary. not o promising, but there ta plenty of and accomplished young lady, daughter of man referred to is evidently our own honored and rmcally Jesse Spraggens, and The annual Concert of Franklin Intime for that yet. Dr. Doorea, of thi county, but at the earnLincoln Count Court of Ler. stitute waa given at the City Hall Tueaday if ho gets to the penitentiary, at he est rrqueat of a relative, we suppressed LOCAL MATTERS. Stanford, Ky., June 0th, 1882, it will be no new thing night, and all who attended were very their publication. The drug, Inatead of M. C. Portman, Eq., presented a written to him, for he aerved the Slate of Indiana, pleasantly entertained. While the greater Use the Livlugiton Coal Company' coal. having the eflect Intended by the man, for the period of two years. He was here part of the performers were children they order aud moved Ita adoption, which the 1 It the beat. made Miaa Doorea deathly tick, and for acquitted themselves and their teacher, Court adopted and ordertd to be recorded at the time named, and was as presumptuSumoNst for liuckrye and 0borne ma- two week she hovered between life and tn the words followlngi Mattie Bourne, creditably. ous and olficloiMaalf he had never been Mi The as it order, and is death, Dunn waa tried at Uryantsville chine at W. II. Iligglna'. to wit: guilty of a criminal action. The above hia quartette by Misses Bourne and Huffman, Tuenday, and sufficient evidence of hia Ordertd, That at one o'clock i. M. on the old method of procedure, and we haven't a and Mens. Hemphill and Burnaide, were A NEW PosrroFFIGK ha been established guilt was shown to cause tlio Court to hold and the masterly manner in second day of the next regular session, the doubt that It Is him. Jcaae I about 5 feet at Alex, In Wayne county. him to the iif it Grand Jury In the sum of 8 inchea high, dark complected, black eye which MorrI Davia handled the violin waa Court of Claims will proceed to elect, by A lot of TenneiMee live Hive for aale $1,000, which he gave. The case at brought ballot, a Physician for the Jail, Commisand were full beard when here. He ha a highly appreciated, out developed the fact that Dunn, on the by 11. K. Wearen, at half price. County Treasurer Mies Florence Trueheart was here to sioner of the and it calculated to take 13th of May, took Mis llettlo Dooret, who smiling address and Common School Commissioner. And Tllltl'E HUNDRED TIIQUXANl) IlltlUlC for wa teaching school near llryanttvllle, In the tinwsry. Mr. Hazlett wilt please the Concert. W. C. Wherritt haa gone to Pewee Valley, to be present at the closing hereafter, until otherwise ordered, all elecfill the bill. aale. Apply to Henry Haughman, Stanbuggy riding. During the ride he asked report If thlsdiacription ford. exercises of Kentucky College, at which tion to be held by this Court shall be held her If the loved wine, to which the replied MARRIAGES. time hia sitter, Miss Kate, graduate. Rob-e- on the second day of the regular term at I have received a big supply of lea and that the did not especially, but sometime Mr. Alri N. Parrott has obtained liDunn, of Richmond, waa here Wednes- one o'clock, except in cases In which the chill keep It constantly on hand for sale. drank It. He then told her that he had cense to marry on the 11th, MisiLorena S. day. Ho still carries his arm in a tllng time of tho election shall be fixed by law. Harris. J.T. aomeof the beat grape wine that she ever Moore, daughter of Mr. David Moore, of from tho eflect of the breaking down of a Sealed proiiosa'a for Keeping tho TllK Methodist Church la being treated .aw, and produced a bottle, requesting her thi county. for physician' service to the oor 'Bus in Lexington several week ago, Mia to a new tin roof, and preparation for to drink some of it, which the did, and reOur worthy young county man, Mr. Laura P. W. Smith, a former music teach- and to the inmates of the county jail shall marked that It had a peculiar taste, and painting inalde and out aro being made, be filed with the Clerk of thl Court on or C. K Gentry, will lead to the altar next er of this place, la viaitlng friends here. requested him to try It. This he declined before said term. The Interior Journal week, Mis Lillle Daugherty, a Hourbon TllK kitchen of Mr. II, VanAradale caught to do, giving a hi reason that he had tlie CASET COUN V. will publish thl order in the local column fire Wednesday, but the bucket brigade headache, llefore they got home he in- county beauty. Middleburg. of ita next Issue. No further notice will George Parrott, a youth of 20 and extinguished It before much damage was sisted that the takn some more ol the wine, Frank Rusaell sold to J. K. Coffey 2 be given of these elections. Terms, name Mis Ermine Anderson, of Green county, done. which she did, and noticed a sediment in a latt year. A copy Attest, eloped to Tennewee thia week and were yearling steers for $21. la Commencement, aud a Next Sunday the bottom of the bottle, and told htm married, Slin is 13. Middleburg can boatt of more boys J. Blain. Cl'k L. C. O. the ladles have had no Sunday so far to that there was something In the wine, to anniversary of the mar- and Home of the worst one than any town The fiftieth The Binder Trial. display their finery, let ua prar that it to which he replied that If there wa he Rlilor liUcrior Journal. riage of Hon. Harvey Watterson, parents of of the same size in the Stale. will be a bright, aunahlnlng day. he did not put it in. When the young Green River and the creek here about In reply to the notice of the Binder trial Hon. Henry Watterson, waa celebrated at Found Him. The man Foudrew, who lady reached hei home the waa taken with the residence of the latter at Louisville, got on a "big twell" last Saturday night, in your Issue of Friday, June 2d, we will doing much damage to fencing and crop say that the friends of the Deering Binder left hit wife In Laurel county 4iid ran oil' violent burning In tho throat and stomach, Monday evening. are willing to compete with any other with another woman, mention of which waa vomiting mucus and blood. Four physiWe send congratulations to Mr. Chat. along their courte. who were present testified that the It it reported that the republican of onuir term and none other. We will enmade In our last issue, it, It is said, work- cian II, Math!, editor of the Spmetr Gmiitf, young lady had been poisoned by canthar-id- c ing at Mr. Neil Tray lor' in thl county. who ha just succeeded In securing a life tin county will run Mr, Wyatt Judd, of ter L. R. Jones' field in the trial If we are (Spanish fly), which bid been adminpartner In tho person of Miss Tillte J. thl place, for Attestor, and endorse Judge permitted to make a aale of a Deering MaThe other day our Circuit Clerk sent to istered to her by tho young min with the Downs, a lovely young lady ofTaylorsvIlle, Wintt'in Bowman for County Judge. chine, provided we ihow the best Rinder. the Sheriff of Marlon county, a bench hopo ol bringing about an amatory deaire Married, on the 1st Inst., at the resi- Mr. Jone gave ui hi order to enter our warrant against a mau for "Charlatanism," on the part of tlio young lady, when he RELIGIOUS. dence of the bride' father at Grove City, Binder at the trial in hi wheat, provided but while he waa consulting his dictionary, could with eaee accomplish hit fiendish deihocked at Mr. Mr. Marion Dye aud Mitt Emma, daugh- Mr, J. B. Owena contented thereto. Owena Stuck up Frankfort to find out what the word meant, the fellow sire. Hut in this he failed, for the young llarnsa' slang. ter of Mr. Wm. Calder, tlie boarding boas wa consulted, and aald as far aa he wa lady was too 111 to fill an engagement she got away. concerned, he would let u In the trial Ktch of Mr. lUrne' letter to thl at H. Zimmerman' mill, We learned from Mr, Jackson Stroud cheerfully; but hi (Owens') contract with Death. Mr. Jaine Audertou who haa had to accompany hint to church that piper are copied In half a dozen other a fact which showa that they are that Buck Merrill, a youth of about 19 Mr. Jones wa to cut agalntt the Wood, been tick with the Typhoid ftiver for tlx night. It U further tfated that the father Summers, wa anttted latt week on a and that II the McCormlck beat the Wood, weeks, died yvaterday. She was a sister of of the young lady will bring suit against highly appreciated. In retjiect to the Commencement ser- charge ol shooting at with intent to kill be (Owen) claimed the tale. We are not Mr. James Dudderar, lately of Ihlt place. the young raacal for $20,000, but If ho it shut mon at the Opera House Sunday at 11 A. one ltydner, and while the officer wa tak- willing to enter the contett on these termt, The Interment will bo in the burying guilty, as charged, a gun would be more effective than a thou- M,, there will be no preaching at any of ing him to 'Squire Godby't, he escaped and a we could not poatibly gain any thing ground at Hood's school. home Ihia ' sand auttt, lied to the wood, and I still at large. the Stanford Churchei at that hour. thereby, Demi no Binder Company. wa ahlngle. The Livingston An elegant atock of Jewelry jml received forCommcncement,conItlngof Lvllet' them-Penn- LA HO, STOCK AND CROP. It Mr. Itenben Gentry who y 7I-t- One W V, Mirtln, an employe at K. Zimmerman', wa arretted one day lail week at Grove City by Constable Jacob Wall and lodged In jail to await Circuit Court on a charge of carrying concealed weapon. John Gill, (the same man wanted In Lincoln,) came lo WIntton Snow' last Wednesday, and remained until Friday night about dark, when he became fright ened at Mr. David Elliott, whom he mv coming toward the house and evidently mistook for tome of the authorities of Lin coln county, and took to hi "crapera," and In hia haste knocked down several of Mr. Snow' children, and fled to the knob. .ir.lT AnTKItTISEIIFMTS. MT. TF.R10 AnTFRTIt.Rlir.HTII. FINANCIAL CONDITION -- OF JAMI'.S I WAI.fil.V it Is a candidal lor Ownty Jndgtof Roekeaille, Iht August election, IM. Uncolii County. LINCOLN COUMTT W. M. (1WEXN Ii an Independent cindldit for Aiwnor of Rockutlt Cotinlr, August election, 1SS2. f JuinTaaw, CoUtT Or l.KVT, 1112. Following la a statement of the Itntnelsl eonitt- Hon of Lincoln Connly for Ilia year nmmecelnt Jane I, IM2 DFIIIT8. for Cltlm of I'hiilcltn to rnor-Iloiiyear ending Oct. 1, ISM, eatlmatnl. . interest on lom!l debt for rural jttr, ISS2-.- JOHN IV. KEItltY Is a candidate for or to Hit nfflca of of Rockeulla count r, August election, ISS2. C1lmillowe,ln.liu(lltfl ......, 1'St-- J 11,770 41 100 N 100 00 100 00 103 Contingent Mpentet estimated Amount of elalm ol W. 1'unllull. Sheriff's ty Lavy eitlmill ...... for natal ystr, .. Poor-Ho- VAIMETY NTOlti:! M'l VIJINON. ICY.. Bpnng. J. E. VOWELS' a. UeLetUmitt.l Total amount la tw paid out ol the ty Uvy of Keer. fill mill! ......... commission for col le ting Counlor ...... Coun- t; 700 04 1$2.......... . Up Agency of South-Ben- d Chilled Plows, Averj's Oast and Steel lowg, Buckeye Reapera & Mowers,8weepsUkei Ihreih-er- !, Mitchell Farm Wagoni, New Home Sewing Machines, Taylor'a El&atlo Bed 40 il BONDED DBI1T. 3h)ndioftl,000ea(h, laiued Ju It I, IS7S, due 10 years from mu J.1,000 infiruaif. .........w. 14 botidt nf I5O0 each, Issued Mir. ibm;, qub o yean iroin 10 JUDflK A17VIN D1IVAU, ean.ll.late lor aUPErtlOH JUDOI. In this, the 2d District, lublect to the action ol the Democracy. bondi ol two each. Issued July 3, its'j, uuo io yean irom i, tbflrdite thtlrdate Total bonded dtlit ......... ......... A . .... (.).,....,.?l,0,, '. 7,000 5,000 .SIJ.OOO 00 40 aiiij. A. E. ItlCII 1IIDS, Of Louisville. Is a candidate fur Superior Judge In this the 2.1 a. Tola! IliMlltloaatcertalned eitlmated. f 2374 Democrscy. District, subject lo the tctlon of the m RESOURCF--. S Cub. In Treasury Dividends from Turniilkt lloads, ettl- - ..................... 60 estimated...... Ad valorem tax on I l,0G0,S5H worth of rropertr at 20 cent on each 100.. 1,121 71 Capitation ux on 8,421 male penonsoter 21 jear of sge at 11.84 each,. . 13,150 4 238 04 SOU Lest 600 delinquents Tix on Railroad l'ropertr for 11M2, ttll- luiti-d- . ...... . ... Tax on Railroad Propei tj for other yeara and now In litigation, estimated Amount due by H II. llaiighnian ou account ol dellnqutnt laiea collected... rutted .......... Front delinquent ... tSJO 00 1,000 04 00 JntlUC It. J. IIti:CKIIlII)GE la a candidate lor Judge of Superior Court, subject to the action of the Democracy. Election, first Monday In August. 11. Sf. HWCDETT, ....... 2,J0 04 OfLancaiter, la a candidate for Judge of the Supreme Court from the 2d district. Subject to the action of the democracy. 2,000 04 23 40 118,373 11 Total estimated resource ICIGGiarS HOUSK! HriKFORI) HlRtlCT RECAPITULATION. Total llsbllltle ascertained estimated-12.Total titlmatedreourcesforreirlS32-3- . Debt lets etttniated 1882-- 3 1 A06 40 15,373 II LANCASTER, - - - KENTUCKY. reiourcei ..... for rear . I3j223 11 JOHN T. HKIOINS, FltOPKIETOIt. HOTEL Total resources, estimated. f t,173 Total Ilibllltlea duo and parable during jear 1M2-- ,..... A FIRST - CLASS 8.MKS 40 I- 1 Mul-Un- Eicesa ol rni,u re or 1882-- 3 above liabilities falling due during aald 7 ear...... A copy of the record. In every particular, The patronage ol the publle W-- tf solicited, and lallsfactlon guarinteed. U,7TG M Attest: J. Itr.AI.V, Clk. U Co. Ol. MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - HATH 91. IHIItDETT, a ATTORNEY AT LAW, Mt. Vornon, Ky. Will practice bis profession In Itockcaitle. and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals. Special attention gl ten to collections. HEW SPRING AUD Propr. Thia Old and Well - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Reputation, AND SQUHER MLID, e, r, Its Proprietor is Determined that it Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Oneati. $S0,-GO- Mist Dellk HcoilKsdetlrcs to Inform the Ladles ofthlsvlclnltr that she la constantly receiving a verr handsome line of mleudld new Hnrios end Summer Mllllnerr, which sbeorlerito the public at verr low figure. Among her beautiful stock ol en-jo- Trimmings are all the latest designs. Including the Bagarage will be conveyed to aid from the depot freeoreharge. Npeclal accommodations to rage, anmeiic nowera. cue nas also a jiantua-Makin- g to Commercial Travtlera. The liar will be Department, where the greatest attention Is given to the cutting, fitting and making of all alnari iipplled with the choicest braids of Llqaon aid Cigars. klndsofdreise 2- 7- Stanford Female College. ST.ASAPHHOTEL nialit St., 8(uiiTorI, Ky. chess-boar- d y tatut-atori- COMMENCEM'NT EXERCISES 1 i Housk. 1882. JOHN DINWIDDIE,PR0'K. 22, 1878 Annual Sermon, Sunday, Jane 11th, OPENED FEBRUARY At II i. v., br Itxv. F. W. Kousd. g, Annual Concert, Wed., June 11, BOARD, 92.00 At 8 o'clock P. M. PER DAY. Mrs-Laur- a t, Thursday, June 15, 8 F. M Secular Commencement Exorcises, t'onsltttng of Annual Address, Eiairi by Gradu- Special Accommodation to Commercial Travelers. Baggage Transferred Free of Charge I have and intend to have recently taken charge of this house first-class ate, Conferring Degrees, Ac. Mm. H. V. TICULIIEAKT, Principal. accommodations. Court-hous- e H. G. RUPLEY, 3VEDE3I5.0DE3:u3NrT STAKFOKI, TAILOR, KY., ity a. TaVei thl opportunity of thinking hia patrons In Stanford and vlclulty for their liberal support, and stock thlsearly In the season, before being eutlsd bopea to retain It, as he bis selected a Orit-clas- s over, and tt From the belt uf Foreign Makera. They will be cut and made In flrst-cla- ii Cutting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. "To Excel." Comprises Everything that is Itfew, lilt motto la: 1 1 M'ROBERTS&STAGG OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, STANJFOItI, ICY., first-clas- Poor-bous- e, rt T Poor-hous- e, Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, maceutical I'mxii-uttoit- Toilet silld .'iiitrt ,1 rttclvn, Hook, Stattoueru, Tobacco ami Otuam, IVIne, l.lqtioM, Ac. l'hvHlclanu lreucrlit loin ami Phartipeetaltti. i ITT a E. P. OWSLEY Has Just Oponod a Fino Stook of Consisting of BRAND NEW GOODS, Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Also, a Nioo Lino of 1 CARPETS.OIL CLOTHS TRUNKS & double-barrelle- d I am oponing daily a Full lino ot tho Boat Goods in tho Market, to be sold at Bottom Frioos. Call and oxamino. ' TIM W-- HIGGINS, Salesman. . J BTAKFORD, ICY. Friday Morning, A Married. Its Onn Special Car. - Curious Suptnlitions. Is Cow per. in a humorous poem, en tilled "Parting Time Anticipated, (i(9 voit n if mwr. -- Jnno 0, 1882 i"frntT frHle, "fMe- no. ! Hal peeper Ml"" to marry " Woman's Heart. "Lctnmo tec," wid tho old mnn. musing vritH hli chin on tho top of his enne, and speaking iti tho nhrill voico of ngo, "it must bo torlf (Inrt8wn....... soven ycais since Ann Maria died, yet I can remember trie very gown sno worojnnd tho color of tho long curls .... nnd n now broom. thnt hung down over her shoulder, wa nnd tho red on her cheeks that Whoovor sneezos nt nn early hour llkoa winter npplo! Dear mo I she's cither hears somo nows or receives never faded a mito in all them years, somo procnts tho samo day. roie nam:: hut Just sits there a lookin' at me, a Tho first tooth cast by n child r ? I.te, I lttlfMw n". t4 sho did when I brought her homo. should bo swallowed by tho mother, " I Irtte far Hie at mr Meat Hlore m You tec thero was a kind of romniice o " lUekwtl . to insiiro n now growth of teeth. .... att. " I'ulnt nnrhedle .. . It 4f ... . I'vo ollen and offen thought draw tew it, and in Buttoning tho cont awry, or l ' I . . j 0 PLANTS OF ALL KINDS! " Jiiiwtl.n ly. ..... . . law SSbJltt that if I had the power and could rite ing on stockings insula out, causes DR. B. MARCHISI, .. llanttO 141 1 19 S 41 Ami especially- ft out it would read beautifuller than UTICA.N.Y.. matters to go wrong during tho day. " lllgli llrtdgw. 110 " Nlehlatttlle. DtMOTcrcr of D It. M AKCHiara .... Ill 61tt IN Sweet Fotato, Cabbage, Tomato, tec, SSf Dy bending the bend to tho hollow n novel. The fact wa, Ann Maria UalHBlwi IK 7MHI0I had another Iimu, hut thut amt no of tho nrm, tho initial letter nf tho UTJ2KIXIJ. (MTIIOLICON, (leotfctown.. ..... 7vit10aw IH IHM7II lUlsedby A. 41. ln.Hlon. All Arr. Ctn4natl ... . 7 49 A POSITIVE CURE fOR ItMAlC COMPLAINTS. wonder, for sho was tho smartest and name of ouo's futuro spotiio is re pro TtaurtmMf wllla llnliannonr wi''" Ih Fy ALAIHMA (IIIHT SOUTII1.IIN. fja.JS. Ortleri from a Dlitanco Promjitly Tilled. scntcd. prettiest nnd best girl in tho hull all llmM. anil l'o Ininwllalrljr mil . t.txi n. stwiniLeo. LIttat-L......... .. . 7. ,nm Ad treaa SOT country side, but what I mean, she When women aro stuffing beds tho upon tti alKlominat r.mjmou. thm 10 a IwaHhy ami alrone will ruro fall J. T. IIAHHIN. " Allalla. .. . alholK-otuanfunl, Ky. had favored him over so little, nforo I I. men should not remain in tho house, " IHrmlngliam. lr Marrhwl IIrrino Oironle Inflamma.1 .... 1 10 tnj ot tho wnmn. ntorrh.ra, " ...!.. IH come round, nnd began kcepin' her otherwise tho feathers will como thro tion an.1 Ik. alln cT ll.o Wuinh, liirktaital Arr. TusoaHioaa ............,... ..... 10 00 MeiWlan.. Pn II, morr', ir lliollni! Talnfa tho ticks. compwy.' Folks kind of coupled grand combination, ::::, . .... .. Imsnlw HiHialnia'iun. M..nr I inplalnt. Lre. MerMlan .i ISO i:;:, I.K tli 1 o " , ... j their names together, nml somo of em, When tho stranger outers n room ai i !' I'm.,' il laAH Ml. t'r l Iwpilfy " IHrMlMlHMii i .. iwrai.hl.t f 1n ho should bo obliged to scat himself, hntlr to bother me, hinted that sho caro AltalU .. .. flKITll IN Semi-Wcckl- y il AilMIINil Interior Journal M.i.iiiiii.r:iHT. fnr Arr nattaw.... fiuo .. Why, youci orter tow heap for him if only for a moment, ns ho othcrwiso IVnl.fiU rUitl II aiiro ami -a MIKSIIUIKI AN1 MIIHIIItAN. D- - Mv was slim and fine ' rui attio ion TakclxiiitUr hev seen him lie takes nwny the children's sleep with Amlllie Imlitllle Lto. MmKIIih .. ,. ..!,, ,T7fib .... ns a lady, nml woro gaiter shoes, nnd him. i .., " rVrrtU .... , I It had holler eyes cs if ho'd never had riiiiiNiiiiiir A dog scratching on tho floor or " llranden. . . ....M.i . .,, j 4 41 Weekly Courici: Joiirmil " Jaekavn . howling in a particular manner, and cnufl to cat. 'Ann Maria caro IK One jear lr in.no-lw- o quite pswrs fur little more l.ltrrltnc-ula'o- r Are. VUl.Lur,, Blmmnni , . ... jgM owls hooting in tho neighborhood of lor him!' why, tho girl had sense und fin krraka I lie Lte. ykksbMig.. ijrrsio Ily pajlng hsthan the price nf one for one year ( hlllaaml mrflralli I " JattMn . .... knew tho dillerenco n twecn a feller ns tho house indicate an npproaciung ll&Oyou wlllrectlto ...js it your home paper loircui or the " llrandn . .. l. VU with lhe the It ttiin vhrn straight as a sapling, with n color liko death. " .. of lhe Hmilh, ami the MM , ... new mahoL'anv.ntHrsuch a melancholy IM Iml, lrlbleataml ahleat lamlly Weekly In tho ask-e- d .jimtE&Lzfik all olhtrrriiifJIm 111r. I. Arr. MrrMlan 811 UKYKl-OKA stranger in u printing oflico Holiest Male. Thcwe who desire to esatulneo iookinc specimen us that. Besides, f VICKSUU1UI, Ntclt I (etui-iifhANII l'AciPlcT aM4epy ol tho can do eo at tho youngest npprentico what his thlsofllre lied a mor'gage on the old homestead, TT7..-Ltei. yiektvurg I iTFib i rule of punctuntiou was. Said the I'ur tho trlM ami ... Haw Maria's father owed mo nod Ann ... s boy: "I set up ns long ns I enn hold rureof Ibla ilittrratlng affliction, take Maimm ," Liter Itetulalnr money; but I did right by them. I i Lte. Mnrve. SM STANFORD MARBLEWORKS, my breath, nnd then I put n comma; " IVlta 40 told her ef she married mo I'd deod -- . I when I gnpo, I insert a semicolon, jao .. .j Tho Krftolalnr will po.itlT.lT trnre Ihlt trrrlMo ArrVleksbwnc- w whole thing back to her, nnd I tho IH1TMT,8TANKiUI, KV. Woaaatrtenipbalnally hal w know la 1 want to sneeze, I mako a illrix JOHN SCOTT, V. 1 ami (Itn Man Cln. Nom lx tiur. did. Well, we was married, nnd we It is said that "wnter will find its nnd when It'y.ClmMnaall, tlklot li. I. Wll.s)N, tl V and paragraph." COX.NTIIMTION ft. WINE, . U'y. ClnHnnill, II j II. OILU level." Wnter will find more than I'. A. On made ni purty a couplo ns you ever Naai IWAN.d King of ShcHiM nut tho utnioAt a tilflloaalluiHit.liwola J. IIAKIIV,1'.0A I'A Aif V8 U'y,! Ceallama.Tenn its level. It is singular, now, about Carlos, tho would-bsaw in your life. Ann Maria had n Don ture demanila naat-miA rrffuUritof llt Ify, VUksburg, taking Mmiuoni A mnn niny wear pants so Spain, nnd his wife have parted. Thrrrfore aUl nature ' mtM anil oOVotaal.Uttr Mha.! jor y )miiii:k.u. r a: v., a. a f wnter. settiti'but of china nnd linen, and I lUgulalor. It It liarniliioa, R'y,2dirtiru, U. Monumen4, tight that it is with difficulty ho can Tho causo of tho disagreement is not provided the house, nnd folks saidl llradslonca, ItIIIOU.NM:.S.S. Tablets, Ac. get his legs into them without sandpa- given, but tho neighbors sny sho used had the best wife n uiau ever had in Ono or two tatlrrpoomlul will roli all the Ml I He Work CONDENSED TIME. atieli pering, and yet if ho steps nn n loco tho royal sceptre to stir soup with, nnd troMhlea Incident toa blllova alate,anrr at tho world, nnd I'd got every thing just of all kinds eating, a IiliilnoM. Drowilnr-Milltmu board in the sidewalk, when tho walk Eet a hen on fourteen duck eggs Litter, Iwl ta,le In the muuili. ns I wanted it, and s'posed it would is flooded with water, tho wnter will in his kingly crown. Texas Sifting?. always be so. but from tho day wo Ml I, A It I A. & NASHVILLE squirt up his trousers clenr to tho l'crtonimir aroi.1 all altarka lr oreatlonatlr were married my wife failed iu health anil estiOno man thiuks faster than another taking a dos nl Mjiiikhu liter llegulaUr la keep HabjaSka I buried mates furalsb IT warsftaHa back of his neck, nud mako him feel nnd spirits, nnd in six months In action 1tAIMCO.ll i.im: e.1 on applicaman for reasons as purely physical as the Liter htalilir her. Folks said it was consumption, tion 11U ItKIMTlI Frederick Wilson nnd Alice Davis uneasy from Dan to Deersheba, when a faster but it didn't run in the family. I wns hnd borno unblemished reputations if the man should stand on bis head those which givo to one manThoso who Generally arising from a dUorderr--l Slomaeli, ran I TRAINS IIOINII NOIITII booorrecteJ by taking Llmtuooa Liter llegulator. blind and full of pride then but I'vo at Independence, Iowa. They resolv- nnd have nfriend pour wnter in his gait than that of auother. Kx Bun. Maatu I, lst. JAUXDICi:. thought since," here the old man low- ed to marry, and therenftor devoto trousers through a funnel, it would bo raovo quickly nro apt to think quickl 00 a la . . .. . Simmon, Liter Itegulator aoon eradloatr thli Lte. Ukhiaond whole nervous system performered his voice, "that raebba nil tho themselves to leisure nnd luxury. hard work to get it so tar. There is ly, tho " Uneader ,,,, il l,ea to Irwtl tbetyitein, tearing the akin clear ami I CO " Lltlngalon .. . 7 10 " .. free trotti all lupurltle loved that white faced chap Their plan for producing tho necessa- something surprising about wnter. It ing its process with rapidity. time she ' Crab tlrcbanL. . . IM " COIMC. Maaford sI " . ......... . ns I despised; n woman's heart, I've ry income was to foige n check for goes where you least expect it. Somo-tiine- i Mrs. Laura Andrews, a St. Louis Children auffe ring with eollr toon eiperlenee reghelhy Oty " 9 found out, is n queer thing, nnd Lovo $1,200, and with that capital go into it gets into a drunkard's stom lady who appeared in court nrrnyed lief whin, HlunHHia Liter liegulator . aJmlaaHer-l- . ' llintflle Juuetloo .ID Adult, derlte . ..'lit where it is sent, but if sho did business as dealers in counterfeit mon- ach when ho is uot looking, and cau- "in nn f Iegant dress of brown silk nnd wedletRe. itaUonot uttpleaMnl, Imiell fraai this " Mllehe4lsrg goes It l hartuleea ami It " Lebanon. 1100 atrecUte. I'urely Tcgetablo. " New llateat. nnd married me from n mistaken sense ey, in which they understood tho ses surprise. Peoplo cannot be too n moro elegant polonaise of n Arr Lebanon JonettM... ...... Itt 10 put It II " Peck's Sun. itr,Aim:it nmi of duty, why nil I've got to say is I've profits to bo great. The forged check careful about water. ' " CtHelnatl Junettou. . 10 brocaded silk," was sentenced Moat of the dlMiaiea or the bladder orhrlMle tw " liwlstlll- e.. t never felt it ns much as I did when I wns cashed, and tho couple fled to New to four mouths in jail for stealing from thereof the kWaeya. llntare the aenosof Tho largest desert is that of Sahara, saw her lying while aud peaceful iu York, where they spent 8400 for clothes the Liter fully, and both the kUoeya ami Mad- Mrs. Collins' poodle dog. TRAINS (lOINtl fOUTII. cr "III t restored . her chintz gown, with the violet on it, aud entertainment, nnd $800 for a a vast region of Northern Africa, exonly tbe (UlNUINF, whkh always MlacsT I. 1SJE HiT fcm tending from the Atlantic ocean on A North Carolina girl went to meet haaon tltewrapier the rel5 Trade Mark aftj nnd"sorao thing round her neck that I stock of bad bank notes. Returning Lte. Iwletille. . J. II, 7. : 1. I.N A. .8 JO a ni before a little cheap locket to Chicago, where tho stuff was to the West to the valley of the Nile on her lover ngaiust the wishos of her never Bee riMLADKLI-illi- . Lte. Manftsed Sold by all Drugg Itta. rrvftftrsilnti the East. The leugth from Eist to parents, and was struck dend by lightwith somo hair in that wasn't mineCrab (Irebanl... . . . 74t M p"u It T.ilatswetuirirt no a U rrw"lr vrcrUMo ant ttiyj H' fmru all tU roach them by express, they found on dncT cm tuhiani r, . Arr Urlagtton la II of worira rrriain d. lrng all "Then I mistrusted that her heart opening tho bundle that it contained West is about 3,000 mi!c3, its average ning just as she agreed to fly withhim. from Iii lnimnti rvirnt It la ti Lie. LaBcautec . .. auwiiUn tu JM A(vfr,otn n una citiiirrn win ia- Arr ItkbiuMwil. It was rJiigh on the girl, but u young had broke and I said solemnly ns I only sawdust; and n detective who breadth about 000 miles, its nrea I V) " iiavni'mi ; iihJuwmrhU rh il.oaM tt aa fHir a thrr square miles. Tho town of man in such great luck ought to buy I it to . bye: l)"U4lirwwr lmrrnta ran My dear, I'll hnd laboriously traced their moverrfummrit kissed her good It tri amVtrrrattl aiHtikliiir rym Timbucto, nbout eight miles from the pools on the races. fMtra ani1ovuailrliaMit'l unron lontly t never hnvo n wile but you if I live tho ments, wns nu hand to arre.it them. PULLMAN PALACE CAR8 irr It l atlllu 0M irtv ajrvtiiiau vi in imif unri Niger river, is surrounded by desert, four score jear nnd ten I',nud I never rartit Litter mJ aniirMht to Ukr CatIVunlu To Little lie', MoUle, Montgomery, twtMji4rw tlalft, ItiAt it Mt by Uamltrtftl In an editor's room in Fleet street, but nt n distance of a few days' jourImi b ra a 1 New Orleans. A Waknino Fkosi the Grave. think mebbo she will have, and I Try a U rflt ManufarlHrfxn by EDiigranla toTeiaa bate Ikelrebideoof tworwwlea Loudon, n skull is nniled up against r. CltOtiUt: Asee that I loved her truly, nnd forgive Au engineer while riding oa his en- ney to the Northeast nnd North nre tla Mewpblaor tU New Urleana Time mhcIi Offlr, ton .lft.. nltrrt, iutmritte. My, Underneath is of Mnbrook nnd Arawau. one of the desks. quliktraud rates lower than by any other gine iu trout of a train down the the oases Detroit Free Press. me at last." is route It is alio the ler jle In HUuUrJ ttjr I'ltiiirr A Mi AtllTKit. mountain titeeps of tho Clearfield Rain falls in torrents in the Saharra at written iu large letters: "This Joe Paul kept a tavern nt Volcano, branch the other day, after testing the intervals of five, ten and tweutyyears Smith, who did not liko nn urticlo AND BEST QDI0KE8T, 01IEAPE8T West Virginia. .Too had n theory that quantity ot water in his boiler by Iu Summer the heat during the day is nbout himself, and was rash enough llnutii totll Kli.U la Mitvwuri, Kaiuu, IIIIiMt, a handsome bar keeper would help his using tho two upper Rauces, which in excessive, but the nights nro often to say so. InJUni Iowa, Ntbrha, luloraJa Arlanua. Ouljr uiitt ebaaice tu Ctitngo, bt ImiIi bihI Kubo dicnted that all was right, heard a cold. Iu winter the temperature, is busbies, uud therefore hired A Pittsburg linn has secured a pator Tuithrr iuliriuiwon tlck1i t lh Marquis for the place. Tho experi- voice: "Try the lower gnugo." Tho sometimes below freezing point. hnutli KaDMt, t Ororaic, an e Uriftt rat lo tiucreaaoiata Ilaugberly A lloliues, ent for glass shingles, and proposes to STILL LEADS WITH THE . i. ATUOlti:, Ilon.lt, J..ym ment proved disastrous, for Mrs. Paul voice was loud nnd distinct, nnd ho f.fn I'm aixl Tlrkl Aat . laijiarll.. Ky manufacture them. Shouldn't think OrK J Antbtjfly, Ajjl Masfortl K7. Russian newspapers nnuouuco that they'd bo good. The first lick would fell in lovo with Hubo nnd eloped says was the voice of his father, who STAM'OHIK . - KKXTIICKY, with him. Joe announced that he has been dead for some years. Alter tho Holy Synod is contemplating the break 'em, beforo vou got n good yell JUai'ricruaara or was going to kill Hubo. Ho closed looking around to see him he opened necessity of reducing the number of out ot the boy THE NEW ROUTE EAST, Boston Post. his house, sold his horses for money tho lower gauge, nnd to his surprise religious holidays oberved throughFine Carriages, Buggies, A wood dealer advises furraers to to pay traveling expenses, armed him- found no wnter. Tho boiler wis foam-iuj- , out tho year by the Greek Church. Tho number of saints' days upon pile the split artiolo wiih tho bark up. self with n revolver, nnd set out to and the engineer says but for this find the runaways. Kubo knew the timely warning all would have been which workmen havo a holiday in the Dy so doing the bark adheres to the some his pursuer, blown to atoms in less despernto character of than ten min- course of tho year under tho existing wood, nud becomes nn item of state of things is 160; so that instead importauce wbeu tho farmer cords it and quitting tho woman, fled to tho utes. How is this? UINi flTJULi .BUtiaiL,i of doing nbout 300 (lays' work in n up for tho market! mountain wilderness in tho. western George Dennett, an Iown farmer, year ns in other countries, in Russia tho State After a month of part of Au Indianapolis preacher has been AND SELL THE BEST Till: ONLY LINK ItL'.VM.VO hiding he ventured into Parkersburg was accused of criminally obtaining they hardly do moro than 200 dnys. presented with n pair of sleeve buttons by money by contracting to deliver grnin It is calculated that tho proposed to buy food, and was discovered BUGGY 0M THE GLOBE by n well known gambler, because Joe. A hasty flight nnd pursuit en which ho did not possess. Ho pro chaugo will not only help to discour-ag- o he smd in a sermon tlurt common gam habits of drunkenness, but will blers were no worse than speculators Kubo in tho tested thnt ho knew nothing whatever sued. A Bhot wounded FOR THE MONEY. WITH Ho about the mutter, but the evidence have n great and salutary influence in in stock. leg, aud he could run no further. 1 against him convinced a jury, uud, n other ways upon tho future of the rapped on the door of a AND SEND FOR CATALOGUE Pullman Sleeping Coaches "Are you going to church this evbegged to be takeu iu, but tho in- - year ago, he was sentenced to three country. and t ening, my son?" said nn nnxiotis AND mates refused to admit him. "Then years iu the penitentiary. The man TESTIMONIALS OF From LOUISVILLE Rnv. Mvno.v W. of Indian WAGONS OF ALL KINDS. I'll tako it," ho said, and coolly sat who personated Dennett has now been npolis, in his oration Reed,tho Federal mother to tho oldest of her offspring. over J "No, I thank you," was tho reply, "I down on a bsnuli to nwait death. Joe detected nnd tho convict's innocence HUNDREDSQF LIVERYMEN We manufacture e of all To WASHINGTON, employing only Carriages workmen descriptions, was nt tho morning performunce" placed his pistol nt Kuba's head und is urndu clear. Tho Governor has graves in luauison, among inner and using things, says: "Jeff". Davis only inslrrlal, and sell at reasouabla WHO HAVE USED THEM fired. j pardoned him, and will ask the LegisTllItOUailTIlE figures atyle, wnrktuanahlp and material consiOscar Wildo has made more iu be. H was a cowardly scouud rel, der. Ill) IIAIJIIIIKKIY A mitt:. Tjii: Eiutok. "Father, is that an lature to voto him $5,000, besides a who ran away with wagon-load- s of ing au ass during tho last six months :iVN- AID DRESSGrandest Scenery in America! which the facts of the has in being a son, that is an ed- parchment on Editor? "Yes, my money belonging to dead men and than any other man Connect ng direr fin IV tin IleKt for itor." "Is he a country editor, fath- caso nre officially inscribed. widows and orphans, aud furthermore, statesman. No wonder school boys er? "Yes, ray son, he is n country Steele Mackayo has invented an that it would a fiord him sweet pleasure are getting discouraged. Baltimore,Philadelphia&N. Y. -- ur ran- editor, as you cau tell by his beaming, orchestra chair which folds up at n to decorate his grave." The pure Samuel Musselraan died at Newark, happy countenance and his shirtless touch nud disappears, leaving the o TIIU MOST DIMIHAHLK ItOUTK T- OThe Only Direct Line to of such a remaik is proof that Ohio, Suturday, aged ninety seven COLUMBUS OHIO. collar. "What makes the country room an open, unobstructed tho regenerating, forgiving, Christian Ylrciuiit mill tliu Carolina. ltr.FKBENCEa editor smile so, father? "My 6on, it since This invention will be especi lovo has never permeated tho Rev. never sick n day in his life, nnd a up to within a (lX"TLICMK great I bate been handling youi is because some kind advertising agent ally useful in towns whore tho audi Reed'a sin polluted soul. Tickets are on sale at prlrultml Ticket (llllrrs, And drcldedly I ho I'upular Itoute, affording, aa it wagons, phaeton,, rlc , fur the Ilrewsler fow days of his death. has offered him $2.50, lcs3 '25 per enccs do uot know when the play is past four yesra. N) far they havo glren entire ami at the deneral (I Hire of lli C. A U Hallway, dove, Itea 1 hangea and euprrior aceoiuuiodallonato .Mu in Nlrccl, l.itiiUtlllc. them, and I hate cent, commission, for u column adver- ended. The disappearance of the seats Young man, never looso your pres At Lansing, Mich., ono of tho lions aailsfnetUn to all whoaell a bouiht many more this atlllU Hot great eilxct lo be ablo In Missouri, Iowa, Kanias, Texai, a J C. EIINST, ror further Inforuiatlon, preteuui years. Trusting tisement, next to rending matter, for down through tho floor will bo the sig ence of mind when you aro in a trying in Forepaugh s circus attackod a keep- season than any oflno all orders nromntlr. I you wlltljeabl le to 111 aiu. (leneral Houthwesleru Agent, Loulsillle. The North, horthwest and Weat In fact. If tou foity-linlocal no- nal for them to jump up and leavo. situation. one year, aud two When you tako a girl you er, fasteuing its teeth in tho hitters Millions IUkki, Llteryiuan. a In any dlmtlon, tour iotercat II. W. l'l)I.I,i:il. 4V. SMITH. K ....... ... ...r. Lafayette, Ind ,1... ., k.lauager, lll k, ...1 .!..,i rasa r .tig i, contemplate Irln l. jiMrn.m ;uui .I.L.. tia tices, on separate pages, each week." Then tho mauager can display u sign lovo to a picnic, and you wander arm. The brute had to be killed beuttu-ttcu a. "in I.. wmniu hi 'gTralbacaeli warisci I. K C and Clntlnnatl. 2. l'ull. (iKXTLKintK WebateLeen using and selling "What will the country editor do that says "standing room only," and away to communo with nature, and fore he would let go. uau 1'alaMl ara, l.l.gant New Iay Coaches, and your work In Clarke county for the past lour A hsudsniuely furnished lletllulng Chslr Cars lorm much money, father?" He telegraph tho fact to the next towu. with so "DT ATT A TT f"T T'VflftT? f sho suddenly exclaims: "Oh Georgel ourseltes yrara with unniualeJ CMiulniuenls of this Old llellable, Willie Morris became joyous nt a customers, the beat satisfaction tounlteraally and JjUlLiL All LrJjUllN LU Jil 1 ....wvj actour Uigglra are will go to Florida, my son." "Are New Orleans Picayune. there is an ant down my back I" don't Wilmington, N. ...w."., ...,- - u.i, ,h.. ..MV VV V. 1114- knowledged C, camp ineotiug, for the price by our custoaiers Iu lw the tery beet rloue comfort aud pleasure. Try II. not the peoplo very kind to tho counstand still with your mouth open; don't aud fell can be bought Iu the country. that ig40laflaS over Annie Williams whilo Your Uuuibloallou Hprlog lluggy lipronolincrd Gi:hman Caiu'. The distinguish faint; don't go for the girl's mother try edigr, father?" Yoj. my son, iiair. i Ai.i, in i.r rttn may 11, ill.. I by all to bo the fluest. aofleel, aud easleat riding the latter was kneeling in pray.'r, and buggy now In use. Your Ilrewsler wagon r theyjgivo him every thing on sub- ing characteristics of tho carp are largo go for tho unt. Nu. iTT'Mo.tJr" roitii. Ju 1 broke her back. Is certainly without rltal Taking all la all scription, from a second hand shirt to scales, small mouth, and no teeth. As we fearleaaly aay Ibat your bugglea cannot he 8 OO am 43 p m SMpui Lte (Vitlnglon Mrs. Mc Mrs. Malloy "Shure, food they nro regarded as delicious. Tho poople ot Sharonville, Ohio, beaten In the country for style, fltiiali, and duraII 41 a in Exchange. the small pox. 4 10 it m 7 49pui 1ullilaoa.. ii (Ml a iu 5 II p ui '" They are found in most of tho fresh- Ginnis, an' it's rather poorly yer look- were surprised when MoDride, aged bility. Youn truly, f .afs -- TkxsaNT A Mouse. - I'aria. .h. II M a iu To Dkivr Away Fmes. Duy nn water streams and lakes of Europe, ing this morning."' Mrs. SIcGinnis epllngdeld, Ohio. 10, married Mrs. Rosser, nged 70, Arr ltiugiou., li 18 p ui 7 00 p iu MY (OMIIINH) AIIDALLAII 7 SO p m 1 W l Ul ounce of oil of lavender nnd pour and liavo been acclimatized in the "ludado, thin, Mrs. Malloy, and it's but not when ho disappeared with her Ountluuich. I hato ba I la Ilttry now fur (ILh.S(i)K, will stanl hTAM.ION, srasin at my Lte Iilngtou the present Mln, healer p i o, Arr Ml rllrrlliig . i M li iu no p m a dolllar lar re-- stable,.', miles Iroiu Uusloutille, Llucoln orer two tours, and hate iwt snellt halt of it into n pint bottlo of cold Hudson aud several other American good ruison I'm bavin' to look pooaly. $2,300. " u I 30 pu i so ni It pairs ou I hem, and they look nearly aa gowl as Ky, untie llusioutl.lo and Liberty luruplke, 7 AablaiHl. li il a iu water and shake it up; the mixture is rivers. They sometimes attain tho Here's the postman just been to tho had bugglea of aetcral other a ua p ni " llunlliigton. 10 a iu The six large cotton mills in and usw. Hate UnJ none ao Raul as tbe Coluwhus To Insure a coll. money due when the in ire protea aud u medicinal ouo only; if dissolved hi length of four feet. Tho black nosed dooro to tell mo there's a dead lotter No. J. No. 8. No. I. Noam. Trading lhe luare furMla the Insuaround Petersburg, Va., last year Uuttgr Oxuiiany'a buggies Kespeelfally, lo Uj In fojl alcohol it is n perfect solution; but dace, the common "shiner and the waiting for we at tho post office; an' I T. I llaOAOIfaH. rance aud makes tbe aeasouiuouey due AlllJAL Lto, lluutliulou 0 80 a iu Ma m . consumed about 11,000 bales of cottou Conyers, Ooorgla. LA II (I I.LNUIL Is a dark bay, 15 hands and 4 this 'becomes more expensive; scatter rod-fican't for tho life of mo think who it is 7 " AthUml belong to the oarp family. Oil iu 40 it ui , has trotted In 1 llotcr yarsold and made over 11,000,000 yards ot (lKNTLHa Mt blerllng .nam, The bugglea I bate bad of your a ID see. slow track withlie that's dead." your water and oil of lavender on tho two luouika handling, " Wlnehcalrr IIMiu 0 II a tu . II 20 p iu glteu tue entire satisfaction.. luanufatluro hate cloth. has t'rorm himself a good breeder of luuihluid Arr. Ialugtou Don't Like Bolts. Dorsey, tho table cloth and the flies will go nway. It l iu 7 W a m . They arelbelivat I lutoetcr usod for lhe sauie lie produced soul of the Uet wallers Lte. Loilugtou. horses, bating Tho western Missouri town of Lib. ou p ui. 7 SO a ui . Three or four doses suffice to drive indicted thcif (who, by tho way, is A man at Oglethorpe, Ga., has in- amount of mouey. Youra truly, Llteryiuan. lulhehtate Abdallah Uleueoe was sired by Joe " Tarl I). Collix, i H p m' 4 a iu . Bezealously Alidallab, he by bl. hliuo, be by Aleierder'a Ab" Cruthlaua.. .. 8 SO u m 00 u ui .. away a pest ol flies from u country! still secretary of the Republican nn- - eral is Jopllu, Missouri. in which tho vented a wagou-whee- l dallah, he by llambleloulan, 1st dam by Willie) " , 4 40 l ui 10 l u ui C 30 a in in Christianity cannot buy land taftlilsv IE liAd illrtfl limftus A i.w tional committee) is very much op lievers odlgro uuknuwn. Arr Uitlngton a spokes can bo put in and taken out ( IS p ui II II a iu IMIIU UgMTLKHKii. I hate been eoiiueeled with tho Huddsiubya thorough-bridoublo-htaI 3rd dim lluiaard buggloa tr Uflwu luaoufaeturoofanddeillugln flies is now nearly upon us, and if our posed to the Pcusylvaunia bolt. The hero, uud ore excluded from restdenco without removing the tiro. Aa lo hla brtvdlug quallilee, I refer it the mare DIVISION. years. Your work d net look like most factory following gwillemeu us far as possible K lUugh-nalhe lounder is u J J llrye, J readers vwill have this simpto remedy word Iiolt srikes him unpleasantly. work, but is suMwtbly llulshed In wood, Iron , J. 1' lllire, No. IS I. r Leilugtoii S piu. Arr MatatlllogUpm Thero are nine thousand saloons in palutlog attd Irltuiulng. Material used Iu the (ol. J.11.WrT Tucker, IVililnCuri-tuteriu readiueta it will save them a great Thero is an aroma of jail about it ntheistio lawyer named Wulsor, and Uusloutille, and JI. If. No 14 - MaystllleSliam. " 013a in tu mi. 13 rarlt IHIiiii, Maystllle 0 10am Den- ho has gathered a population of about New York. If placed side by sido in (Xjlumbui lluggy Cbiuipauy'a bugglea has proted In Ilurnslde. Stanford which the thief does not like deal of trouble. be of the best. They ruu light, limy one No.lt " Majs.lllo I.SJpul I'sriaS, Ui.lpui 300 infidels; who, however, differ a direct line thoy would extend a dis Ibis UMiuty who hato bought your bugglea aro ver Tribune well pleased, they glte the beel ofsallafatllou, BOB MoELROY, Thoeditor of the Bourbon Neu--t widely in their own theories. tunce of forty five miles. Traluahu I aud J ruu dally) all ulliera dally ours truly, My line Jack, will also stand at the same plate say's he saw u Paris girl sitting near m m twiept Sunday ljplal Hates to limlgraula. IVir Tho total earnings nt Sing Sing K. K. WaTT. Wluebcatef , Ilia. tltketa, rate and Ibfurmatlou crlaIuTiig tu time. 1MVM.AI.N AT I.IUHT on aame Tho first thing young America cries a windowi with a anal sleeve around prison fur tho month of My. are fifty gallons capacity, A bottlo of ....., vmv, .Cm n, vm .,. ..1.1 coiidllloui as failillM. II..H. uw , mil.... ... IIIUIM To Insure a mare In foal, Q her waist singing: "Whon he equeeo $2.1.1100 02; expenditures $10 205 14 the largest over blown in this country, fur is a watah, the second a knife, and GVAK ,U. Put size, leilyu and si ylo this Jak Is CHAS. L. HHOWN, I.(1 BIVII'I A. I jilnj li.ii will hollow'." the third a toy pistol. . leaving a not profit of $5,010.88. was lately made at Millville, N. J, April, l.. K. H. l'OVl:Ll,. Dealer for Liccolu and Garrard Ooa, J. I). ULLISON, Uto'l Mauagar. fals-ottn k 1 Years ago, in New Hampshire, n young Indy nnd her lover were placed in n ludicrous position by not heeding his advice. It wns tho custom in t!ioo days to chooso all ofllccrs nt tho annual March meeting. After n batch had been chocn, tlicv wcro marched off tn a justice of tho poaco nnd sworn into ollice. 'Squirt Uhae, the father of tho Into (Jluot .Justice Unaso, boinjr a promt nctit Judtioa of Cornish, usually did this work for that town. As tho ofli con wero numerous, tho task kept him busy from morning till night. Ono day. when tho town meeting had tired tho 'Squiro nut, ho returned home, threw In m jell into nn easy chair and wns soon in n sound sleep. Anniixiniiscnuplo, who had been impatiently waiting tho 'Squiro' return, that ho might marry them, again callMrs. Chase, being ed at tho houso somowhat ngitatcd, led them immediately before tho slcqiing Justice "Mr. Chase, she shouted, slinking him by tho shoulder, "wakoup; hero's n cmiplo como to bo married." Half waked, tho Justice rubbed Ins oyes, nnd suppose! ho saw in the cou plo two pepons waiting to be sworn into office. "Hold up your hnnds," he said. As they had never seen tho marriago ceremony performed in that style, Ihey hesitated. "Hold up your hands I" exclaimed the 'Squire, inoro peremptorily, nnd they obeyed. You 'severally, solemnly swear." ho continued, "that you will faithfully perform tho duties of your offices ro spectivcly according to your best skill and judgment, so help you God !" The couplo looked at each other nnd then nt the 'Squire. "That's nil, excepting the fee ono dollnr," he added, soothingly. It was dropped into the extended hand, nnd thoy went out, doubting if the 'Squiro hnd tied tho knot ns it should be dono. After n little conversion they concluded that if they lived up to the oath thoy would bo much better married than most of their friends, and so the matter rested. Youth's Companion. It icems that n number of tho pre vailing shows or tho country will this Summer travel over tho Union in their own special cars. This Is n big ndvertiscment, nnd adds greatly to tho business nttraction of tho show These cars nro models of economy of space. Wo havo just viited ono mod by nn undo Lorn s UAbin oompany. It is not n large vehicle but it con tains the malinger nnd tho entiro company, together with tho colored porter nnd students, tho cooks nnd servants, tho fnvorito mnlonnd tho two Siberi Littlo Evn hnd n an bloodhounds. berth about tho sizo of n tooth-picholder, next to tho trick rairlo's privnto apartments, nud Mr. St. Clair, who, liko St. Paul, died dnily nt S15 n week on n $2 cot to slow music, had n palatial kind of a music ruck that ho slept in, adjoining the kennel whero tho Siberian bloodhounds wcro stowed away. Tho body of tho oar wns mado to tako tho placo of a din threo times a day, nud a day coach nnd sleeping oar the rest nf tho time Tho manager had ft private purlor.it was called, whero ho transacted bnsiness duriug tho day, aud where ho slept at night. It was not a largo room, but it was quite coxy. When ho undressed ho had to go out on tho platform, nnd ho had to get into tho isle of tho car to turn over. Most all the npnrtmcnts were small, nnd moro or less cramped. "Lawyer Marks" had to curl himself up iu n comer bracket over tho fresh moU used to feed the bloodhounds, nud "Topsy" had nn upper berth over tho . Wo never saw nny thing o romantic as this littlo mina-tur- e home, where tho heavy villain nnd tho angelic littlo "Evn" and the Siberian bloodhounds nnd niulo nil romped around together nnd had nil the fun nnd dispepsia nnd fleas they could possibly use Dooraeraug. ing-roosteam-heaterm To rock tho cradlo when empty injurious to tho child. To cat whllo a bell is tolling for n I will ilrllTtr iMttcrr nmnlftf In milium ktir on tfrnmln SUnSwl nml iltlhllr Uw funeral causes toothache II ran M hnl at an? hour during I lie ilT at io. Ho who has teeth wido asunder J. K. ilitln' IVpot Arcnunu UHf nf must seek his fortuno in somo distant ai wm mm ei nwj iki K. i:, I1AHHOW. land If a child less than twelvo months old bo brought into a cellar ho bo conies fearful. A child grows proud if suffered to look into n mirror whilo less than twelvo months old. Ho who proposos moving into n now homo must send in beforehand bread 49-- ICE! ICE! ICE! Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific CntlRCH HIRKCT0RT. TKTIIOIIST.SOtITII-lti- :T J. 8. Hlw, ! Ill tor, Hertirraetrryrlumlaymornlngandn igni. Prayer MeellngaThnrvlay nlghla. Sunday Ikhooi alfVO a. M J H. Minis, Superintendent. The Woman's Mlnlenarr Hoelaly nteelahere on the 1st Sunday In eath month, at I o'elock. Mre. T. T, I'stiem, H Railway. TIIIMITfl InnlMy .A. T H, I I lifts, Wifesjolta! AniST.-ll- v. J. M. rucca, I'a.lor. Sertloea L) onSeeond and fourth Humlaya, morning and night. I'rat Heeling eterr Wedneada after- noon. Htimli ncnoni as ? au a. at. K, tv. narrow CINCINNATI SOUriHSIlN DIVISION. Superintendent " TEayTtni Nlit It,. riHIIMTIAN -- Worship by the tonjregatlfin t- STA1 IONS. K. a .1 P.M. ! X. s r. j ,rii Third I1Or.ls ly l.r J W. Cd rrarnina, on rirat ami iiiif ' ilati Kunday School 4W 4 L"cTilaU.. . IH at 111 Joe Seteranre, Superintendent IIS (IMIIW PHKSIIYTKIIIAN, HOtjTIt -- Her I H. MfRI-- I " Uitnton .... ... II Mi 7I0IIS4 my, pattnt rlunday rVbonl at 0 SO. John W. " NUholntlll. II M TWIIM Kent, HHrtntMKlenU Union I'rayer Mealing on " High llrhlfo .. II II II U I IS Ml II W Wednesday nlihla " hafttlhe . . " jNiteMen Oly . I SetIM 1 00 . Htmwni .. . .. I 48 a 41. " lWnl llHrrHtde..... .100 goo' lUrtkwhml Alu .... ' HnrlngOlly . l'l St! . . Arr ClMtllsnafta .. 0S .;iM IS. IB I Xi I 33 1 500,000 PLANTS! "i'rty Metroe-rw- j J. ... 7. . o1 j T. ....... mal-aji- - niUM-lM- e Z pt,l W .......... ......... .. 1 lml. roiiiria -i ir. .., .. ..... .laS a I tja-Ir- ni ,.-- ......JL. Ti ! Couiler-Journa- OHirlcr-Jumh- 1" ivsii:isi.t. rta-a- 1 6-- 1 o , au-a- a, , SrV'S V aalls-ft- ln light-brow- kiim:yn. .. .. ..... mm m. e 1 '.. - .. cSfcvEBME. I 11 1 -, 111 ' TKE .i lnr m Mea-phl- s, - ". Ml Daugherty&Hyde at-- i immmx IWTUrVi flail BT pyJA j WASHINGTON! SOLID TRAINS, farm-hous- e PHAETONS. m vim-jwrativ- Irsl-cla- Irsl-cla- m m. aud-idenc- II11U! aide-bside-ba- - - LO. wood-chopp- CINCINNATI! 1 -- m add-n- e , ii f I m m M 11 - . . lIU atti:mkm,aks 11 1 n 1 1 U 4 M1 aaddlo-hors- e, tl ' d MAY-VI1.- 1 til 1. WIOlltliaN, l,f 1