You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Semi-weekly interior journal: June 13, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882061301_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 13, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi " HeeMi Iiileftof liBfiiaL VOLUME X.-NUM- BER 510. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 1882. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 51. Inltriorgournal tirovcut their escape: and if necessary, W. P. WALTON, Editor and Proprietor may employ somo ittiitadlo person to oversco nnd guard thorn wliilo nt T. fl. WALTON. - - Business Manager work. 8. Tho county judgo shall lot out rnlittnltrit Titrmtiiu 'Hid I'vlilmi't tho constrtiotiun or repairing of tho dridgos in Lincoln county not included in tho agreement of nny contractor, Hu.no ANNiisr. or tho levy court may, in their discretion, appoint n special commissionTHE no AOL AW, er to Iut out nny dridgo or dridgos, To He Voted On at the August Election, and provido fof his compensation of Lincoln therefor; nnd sued oounty judgoorspo AN ACT fur tlio loncfU County amending nml radioing ciul commissioner shall Ira held liable for into oho tlio ncU relating to ronrts nny iailuto in regard to any dridgo so in initl county. let hy them, respectively; nnd tho court lie it cnuclril by the (lenrral Attrm may require liond with surety from lly of the. UommonweuUh of Kentucky. tlio special commissioner. 8 1. Tlio county jihIro of tlio Lin$ !). Tlmt nil delinquent capitation coln county court ihalltUvidonllof tlio tax payers of Lincoln county shall Ira road in sniil county into jirecincU, required to work out their tnxes nt nnd, Molten m inny Ira nccoary, up susli times on tho roads in their sovcr-a- l oint n surveyor in cncli precinct, precincts ni tlio survoyor thereof whoooiliity it shall do to sujioriutcnd may require, for which work such detlio ronil therein, and nee that tlio linquent slinll havo rwlitnt tlio rato samo is worked nnd kept in such re- of ono dollar for each full for? day's work Dll. i. Q. CAltl'ENTEIt, the contract- performed dy him. I'or falling or pair m tlio nercoment of Hartford, Connecticut, wanted a KENTUCKY or thereon with tlio county court ro custom-housorig- STANFORD, and postoflice; the to comply witd tho orders of quires. No turveyor shall donllowcd, said surveyors when notified, nil such inal net limits tho coat to $,'100,000; Office oter Itobt. H. Lytle'e atore. Office houri For lnaimlacliirliiK meal and Hour, In now In full operation. y, We will grind Tor customer, Tor (lie prcxciil, on TiicmIuj', unless dy content of tlio court, to J to 1 r. M.J 7 to 9 p. u. s wo havo already appropriated 8825,-00- 0 from 7 to 9 a. M. dolin picnts nro mndo liadlo to tho TliurHtluj-- , Friday nnd .Saturday of each week, and on such placo under two years, exlaw for persons for this building and yet it is innow imposed dy Conrt-DayLEE F. HUFFMAN, cept da romovo from tlio precinct. failing or refusing to work on ronds. and all other public day. Wc Hollrlt a liberal share complete. How is this, says tho honHDIIOKON DKNTIWT, of patronage aud uill endeavor lo give entire rmlKfavlloii. Any survoyor may de removed nt any Tlio several surveyors aro authorized est hard working This is 8TANFOIID, KY. ti mo dv said court. thus: Tho architect selects a site, ho Office Houtb aide Main Street, two doora abore and empowered to collect tho taxes 2. Tlio clerk of tho county court duo from such delinquents in their the Myera Hotel. expends all tho money on the founda- PureNltroua Oxide Ota admlnlitered when reAluayn on haiid and for wule. HlghcM! cauli price paid Tor Corn, , ,,reoinoU( if Ufoy shall elect to snail, witnin ion ..nys nuer aiHtoini. tion, and then tho Government has quired. ment of a survoyor of a road, dolivor, pay tho satno rather than work on tho eVc. Ordcra left nt Mill promptly attended to. either to leavo its money in a useless C. MORGAN, D. D a. Wheat, It. n copy of tho order to tho sherilf of roads; fc piece of ground with a foundation on DENTIST, weeka nnd tlio samo snail do iiciu ami Will be In Stanford two UjooounlMniaininBaiuiittniiooni. Hcilsa tof , ra(1 fumli Phil Thompson's Protest Against Useless it, or complete it. Year after year wo ofUrmlJUJ from Brat Monday. I)ntal room. each month, Custom Houses. plcto description precinct. an,i rcp0rtc,l nnd paid over dy said nro called upon and assured that that In St. Aaaph llotel, orcr McA'liter A llrlgbt'a. At liincaiter two in Friday's issuo wo referred to tho call will complcto it, but frequently Tbee llgn.) Monday. Dental weckaInof each month take Iim receipt therofor. ((all0allt"ltfT- - aurvoyfir to tho county judge, taking from third roonu Mawnllouw. within fifteen days , c,erk hu ( protostof Hon. 1. U. Thompson, Jr., fivo times the original sum is expend- Hrealgn. Ture ultroua oild gate adnilnUtered wWl lhe liver n conv of tho order, and a de receipt therefor; nnd said clerk shall on tho raid being inado on tho Treas- ed, so when wo look at the bills passed when iieccaeary. scription of tho precinct, to the sur- givo to said surveyor n ccrtineu copy ury to build useless Custom Houses. nnd pending wo must remember that IIiiTejiiMt received and will keep constantly on hand a fresh We now give the principal part of his it will tako ono hundred millions to veyor, nnd return tho original to tho oi saiu ! receipt, wiiiuii bhhii uuvu mo line or the ehoiccHt clerk's ollico of tho Lincoln oounty same cllvct in his hands ns tho origi- nrgument ngainst it: complete the job. This is simply a court, with tho timoof sorvico endors- nal. "I understand Maine is dotted nil prime. Tho Itcnudlican nartv is res I would reiiwctfullr InTlte the public in ;cncr- ed, which nhall Ira ovidenco of tho facts 10. Tho county court ot Lincoln over with them. I could point you a ponsible for this crime. They havo al, who with a good, clean abaTe, or a nice hall me at to call stated therein. Tho clerk shall post oounty may open roads, not half dozen places iu that Statu whero passed moro bills already than tuo ahatupooor anything In my line TIIItKl:on FIIIST- 1 haio the hi. and off- whole cm of Democratic Congress CLASS Aaaph llotel. irnticES low. they maintain u custom-housup in his oflice, onco in every year, n BAUIIEKS. feet in width, or may incrcaio A. JIONAHI, list of tho nnmos of nil of tlio survoy- the width of established roads to sixty icials whero no revenue is collected. sinco tho war havo passed, and that or iu tho county, designating tho feot, anything in tho general laws to And every Stato of tho Union has too when tho first session of the rulo dad a dip into this thing. Now is tiio is not yet fairly commenced. precinct of each survoyor. Tho clerk tho contrary notwithstanding. How All or which they will tirao to make a stop, especially when much moro do you intend to pile on us? or sherifl failing to perforin tho dutios S 11. That the courts of justices of section shall de fin- tho pcaco iu nnd for Lincoln county we havo passed fifteen dills of this protended in this Do you intend to leavo war taxes GEORGE D. BATTER.TON, ed two dollars and n half for each neg- shall havo jurisdiction concurrent kind during this (eseion, three times on the necessaries of life fill to over- - WUoleiale ICC. and rrUll dealer In ns many as have been passed during Jlow; lect. tho public Treasury and then dera proniptlr filled, ejhlpiuente LAKE ezprrai Or They arc alno itgcntH Tor the sale of MaUiiigly'M superior with tho quarterly court ot all pro or by , lilfit ..i nn? PuW" ceetlings ngain,t road contractors un-- , "Mw -Gniiirin in thoW...W. Inn- VP'JM. ,3,' ,;ach.,.Ur1'y.(!i" of whero no ireigni. uuiceanu Ky. expend it in Woolen Goods aud Yarns. 4th afreet, DanTllle, in tho n copy of tde ,,or I protest acainst this system shall flC, jt aha 1)0tho ,,ut courts are held and in custom-house- s of where no duties are collected? Our contract for the working of tho road ofany:119lic0 or lho COUnty judge, name of tho people, tho in hu precinct. rciwrt to, this country. Somebody has to pay counties duild n court-hous.J , ntirii for from ! Ira responsible for it. tlio county judge any failure upon tho twelve to forty thousand dollars. The mplniut ofuny surveyor, or upon this money and . Ho ... Somo say we ought to build these stu- Government with less or no use for Dart of tho contractor thereoti. ri shall certify to the oountyjudgo when citi7enthllt t of tho ,,.,puWf0 pendous public buildings ns marks of one, because it has nlways had in small I desire to announce to the people of Stanford , fi out of Ihocontrjct hu been properly com-tQ ,MU0 war. our progress. They say that the coun- places tho uso oi tho public buildings and tlclnlty that I hare purchaied the Grocery Ho shall bo exempt from pl.cl contractor, try is to live in history by menus of free, builds a court-houaat tho same and Hardware stock oi Hale A Nunnelley, and will iml tholcHBqiicnt t juryserv.ee, and from j.oll-tarotllrn;b0 t0 his own or somo other its public duildings. Tlmt, Mr. Speak- placo which costs from ono to three continue the business at the same atand. Their .SI ur ing raau punmci, imi iu.lleoj colI,f 0, to tho Lincoln uuar-- ! er, is n fallacious idea. Our Govern- hundred thousand dollars. old clerk, Mr. E. T. Uocbtster, will be with me . .. ., ment is not intended to live iu that pI'liia la T?ann lilintin Ainnnmv ntwl ',: ,i, tiutisnce in silil ollioe. l'or a laiiuro to hare remember him to discharge any of bis duties prewcrib and return thereof, such proceedings .way It must ltvo by having just R00. BOVernment. This is protection and wishesTrusting his filends to and fair dealing have bought out my brother, It. II. Wearen, by low prices aa usual. oil by this act, aid surveyor shall be UO0K8 oxtcnuing ftWa slall,, laboring man. Ho rises to retain all the old patrons of the store,! and win and will continue the Furniture and Undertaking for the shall 1ms had as nro hail in other Com- fineif therefor not le thnn five nor nionwualtli cases. In proceeding un just und fair treatment to tho poor witli the rising of tho sun and labors business the same stand, in the St. Asaph llotel moro than fifteen dollars for each of--1 der this act, tho defendant shall have unil laboring peoplo all over this land till tho going down thereof to pay tho a great many more, I am, respectfully, building. will keep a stock oi' Furniture oi' evwho havo to pay lho taxes. Theo taxes upon his clothes and his necesfense, to lio recovered by warrant in no W. T. GHEEN. right to claim ins uisinci, nnu ery description aud sell iigurcs that cannot be beatthoiiamo ot tho Commonwealth of! both Commonwealth nnd defendant duildings will not lo monuments of saries of life, "making brick without Stanford, June I, 1SS2. ., ,,. : court , ... . KcniuoKv; ami our civilization, dut everlasting mo straw" to build monuments of en. My stock oi' Collins and Caskets will bo compreshall have euluiivo jurisdiction of oxtrnvaganco. to tho quarterly court. morials of had government, tho suro jlli,ioei'oour hensive. Shrouds aud ltobcs always on hand. I also procee.lu.gs against surveyors of roads. , ,.o quarterly court to the signs of decaying empire, tho mileTho mortar which holds them toand do carpenter's job work. repair . J. 1 ho county judge shall, at tho , stones which mark our progress on gether, like that which cements the . (Orders by telegraph promptly attended to.) court hou.o door in htanfonl, on tlio B. K. WEAREN. jo iitv be tlio duty of tho tho road to vico and corruption. of Lgypt, is mixed and Pyramids When wo look back to tho igno- moistened with the tears of oppresnrsi .ionunv iu April in mob j ear attorney to prosecute all war (aud eiich other times as ho shall find MnU,llller thll and for such rance which built Babel, laying sion, and of poverty and distress. Alits foundations ter 1,000 years they stand, defying necessary), let out the working nnd iroswmlloni ho 8l,a receive twenty broatl and deep in tho earth, stretching its tower tho research of the learned to tell Keeping in repair wo puo.ic roaus in ,M '191 cclt of tho finw rcoomo(,; heavenward to tho sky, to tlefv tho el'. Lincoln county to tho lowest and host and upon his failure, tho court may their uso or tho purpose for which BE OPENED! bidder, for such length of time its ho appoint somo attorney in his stead, ements of destruction, wo faugh at they wero built, yet as much wisdom U taVatfl '" "y - 'J "J CjtH-jEj" maychoopo (not exceeding his own who shall receive said commission for their folly, but go on building as is exhibited in tho ruler who built To ttaold friends and to the public ou termofofiice), after duo advertise- his services. All lines assessed under they built, enormous pudlic works to them ns thoso who pilo their tens of ment of two insertions in tho county this net shall be collected as other live in history as monuments ot our millions iu custom houses, BAY OP JUNE paper, if ono ha publishod, and by n fines, nnd shall iuuro to tho benefit of civilization. Who can tell tho sito of nud useless public buildings THE 15lli printed notico postod up for nt least tlio road fund nt Lincoln oounty, nud that stupendous work ? Tho antiqua- scattered nil over our laud. Let no -- FOR Tiin- fifteen days belbrosucli lotting at tho shall do paid out hy tho shcrill under ry gropes in darkuois, for not evon n vnin member think bis memory will stono eland to mark its last resting livo green and fresh in tho hearts of voting place in each voting precinct orders of tho county judgo. in tho county: 1'rovUM, that tho fund ! place. tho peoplo by nny public building he S 1.'!. It shall lw) unlawful for the Solomon, the wisest man the world raised by tho levy court under this net county judge, county nttornuy, sherifl, over taw, buildod n temple in which may secure Tlio very names of tho shall bo suHioient to work all of tho UNDHIt AN- or any sur- to worship tho immortal God. Ho builders of these mighty piles hns public roads in said county; nnd if not collector ot tho rovonuo, Who duilt tho largest, voyor, to beoomo, directly or indirect- exhausted architecture in its construc- passed nwny. siilliciont, then it shall bo used at Chcop or Chcphrcii, no one call tell. Eutirely New Management. for workAll tion nnd nrt in its ornament and dec- Whose dust was laid nwny resenrch such places nnd for such roads as tho ly, interested iu any contract may think beat, having ing roads or building or repairing oration. All that unlimitod monoy fails to discover. Tho coffin lid was county court bo unlawful for nud Orioutal grandeur could suggost duo regard to tho public good and tho bridges; und it shall to Botsaid odicors buy or to bo was lavishly expended upon it. Yet broken long ngo by tho ruthless pilla- - Gen. Jas. F. Robinson, of Lexington, wants of tho diflorcnt parts of tho cither of Manager. Ber- oo me interested iu nny claim growing whero is Solomon a temple 7 limo county. 11 not a monument sire you or me notei, of said work or contract. For a and war hnvo vanquished it long ngo, The office in charge of Mess. John uota plnchorduit retualuaof Cheopa. S r. Kscd contractor shall execute out either of said oven before antiquity commenced. Wo Pleet and 0. P. Moore. No Does Not to tho Commonwealth n bond, with violation of this section, A Curious Clock, bo guilty of a misdemeangood security, to bo approved by tho odicors shall rend of it. A jeweler nnd watch maker of upon indictment and con county judgo, iu double tho amount or, and, Tho faint lino tracod upon parchVermont, has constructed a bo fined not loss RATES OF BOARD : ho is to receive for his contract for tho viction thoroof, shall ment hid nway iu boido obscure tomb curious clock, which nets out to per than fifty nor moro than fivo hundred nnd resurrected in after years faithful performance of tho said con 2.50 fection tho assassination of President Per Day bo given tho memory or it when stono (Jnrfield. Tho machino is a common tract; and said bonds bIuiII bo filed at dollars. This section shall ll.OO Per Week by tho tho next regular term of tho Lincoln in chnrco to tho grand jury and bntas havo yielded to tho cuckoo clock, under which is n minia-depo- Per Month (SSiIiyn) of the Lincoln circuit court. 15.00 demand of time nnd nro no county court after tho letlini;, which judgo At tho wiudow is a ticket 1 1. Any person will- more. who shall L'UIMIRCK AND NUKSE3 HALF l'HICE.- 8 slinll bo noted of rcoortl, nnd the bonds Solomon's tonn.lo was whilo at anagent dealing out tickets, With nil ids wisdom, to other, n telegraph operator is seen folly. kept on filo by tho clerk of tho court fully or negligently injuro( destroy, liis oflice, in bundles marked "con or obstruct any of tho said public build his templo do tnxed dis people iu Now Use dusy nt his work, nud truckmen, por- EVERY COMFORT AND LUXURY, trttctors' bonds;" and cortificd copies roads or bridges, or nny oi tho cul- until oppression dore its legitimate ters', train dispatchers, etc., nro nil flylake ice IncluJed, will be supplied to guests, andof said bonds shall bo competent as verts or ditches on said roads, Bhall fruits. Though it was God's own ing nround ns natural ns life. All of ther are assured that In ertrr reaulalteof a tlmtManagement does evidence; and tlio county judgo shall bo fined not less thnn five nor more house, builded nt his own command by thoso fentures nro of wood, about two class liot'lthaany in America. not Intend to be Be TaOne, dollars, to do recov- his own chosen people, yet scarcely inches long. At tho cud of ench hour surpassed by deliver to each mirvoyor n copy of tho than twenty-fivW. G. WELOII Back. dond of tho contractor on tho road in ered in like manner ns tlio fines pro had Solomon tho ruler been numbered tho cuckoo announces tho fact, and ImTruatee tho surveyor's precinct. Any con- scribed herein for surveyors, nud slinll with tho past beforo tho peoplo roso in mediately Garfield appears ou tlio tractor who slinll fail, in wliolo or iu also do liadlo in doudlo damages to arms, tho ton trihos seceded, and Ado nlatform on which the eceno is enacted . -, . part, to complete his contract within tho county, or nny person aggrieved riiMi tvlin ....- - nvnr llin tiilitltp. was accompanied dy Blaine. ...w ... Ml.., ....w rna tlio time aud in tho manner prescribed or injured, to bo recovered in nuy stoned to death. Those nro what wo Uuiteau is seen to follow him, havtlicrcin, or wha, having con true ted to court having jurisdiction of tlionmount. can expect if we ooiitiuuo to plunder ing just alighted from a truck wagon, slinll do tho duty of tho surveyors the peoplo with tho most enormous keifp any part of tho public roads iu It nnd ns ho fires at tho President the good order for traveling or hauling, to report promptly to tho county taxes any country over endured, toJio lntter falls. Just then a train of cars judgo any violation of this soction. spent in wnstoful oxtmvagaticein pud- comes dashing in, and in tho confusion or any dridgo or culvert in good nnd who shall fail to do so, shall. S 15. Tho county court, n majority lic duildings. all of the principal nctors aro carried lor every failure, bo deemed guilty of of tho justhes agreeing, shall, on somo Solomon's memory lives iu dis re- into tho depot out of sight. After a misucineuiiuT, ami, upon conviction, regular court day, nssoss a tax ot not corded wisdom, not iu tho ruins of his tho train dispatcher has given tho sigshall de fined not less thnn ten nor moro thuu ton cents on each ono hun- famous tomplo. Tlio world roniem-der- s nal and tho train has gono, a more than ono hundred dollars. dred dollars' worth of property assess and evory day applies those small door nt tho left opens nutl a G. All fines assessed under this cd for revenuo purposes, and a capita words of wisdom in which his prov- priest appears, book iu hand, in tho act shall bo collected as other fines, tion tax not exceeding ono dollar nud erbs abound. His writings nnd his net of reading a funeral service, while and shall inure to tho benefit of tho fifty cents on each person in said laws murk tho civilisation of his nt tho samo time another door nt tlio road fund of Lincoln oounty, nud shall oouuty required by tho gouoral law to times, but for them tho glory ot his loft opens nnd Uuiteau nppears on the bo paid out by tho sherilf under tho work ou roaus. tomplo, its stone und brass, would gallows. Tho priest retires, and shortorders of tlio county judgo. 8 10. The ad valorom nud oapitti-tio- liavo perished together and forever. ly after tho gallows disappear with Wo aro told, Mr. Speaker, thut tho Guitonu, and tho doors close This tax provided fur in section fill ecu S 7. Tho county judge shall provido work on tho roads of tho county, oron of this not fthitll bo collected as other fifteen hills already passed nnd becouio is acted out at tho cud of each hour, the streets of towns, for such persous rovonuo duo tho county is collected, laws only involvo about thrco mil- and takes nbout thrco minutes. llos convicted of penal oileuces as may, nud under tho samo obligations by the lions; thut thoy limit the oxpendituro ton Globe. , dy order of tho proper authority, do collecting oflicer, und shall bo paid out toth.it. If that wero true, Mr. Speak-or$5,000 reward for any one of weakness, tho outrage would he sufficiently required to work on roads or streets, by said collecting officer to road ami (ndlgMtlou, nervous ilMifallli, or to work out fines assessed against bridgo contractors, ou the order of the ulariiii!, but tho history of other suoli debility, djrpsli. urinary disorder, lung trouble, them on roads or streots under tho judgo of Lincoln county court. Bald dills shows such is not tho case; that lifer ooiupUI.it, or any chronic alfection provisions of geuerul or special laws, court, at tho Bamo time, shall atscss a these are merely to commence u build that llrown's Iron Hitter will not relleie. S S :S ITS Jt ijm iran-allie- further capitation tax, not exceeding two dollars on each person, which shall Ira collected in tho samo manner and under samo odligations as road tax dorcin provided, which shall Ira paid out dy tlio said collecting oflicer, on tlio order of tho county judge, for tho construction nnd repairing of dridges in Lincoln county; nod said niiicer shall tnko and produce, nt his annual settlement with tho county, tho order under which tho money was paid; nnd a certificate of tho contractor (indorso "approved" dy tho county judge) setting forth the work, materials, Ac., used in tho con struction or repair of nny dridgo designated dy name or locality, ns fixed dy tlio road on which said dridgo is erected; nnd unless tlio order is accompanied by tho ccrtifinta nforraaid, said oflicer shall not bo allowed in his settlement tlio amount, paid. of tlio $ 17. Chapter ninety-fou- r General Statutes is hereby adopted nnd mndo part of this net, oxcept when it comes in conflict with tho provisions of this net; and all other road laws passed for Lincoln county nro dcrcdy repealed. $ 18. This net slinll tnko effect and do in forco from nnd after its adoption dy tho people. in. That this act shall npply to tho county of Lincoln, dut shall not do enforced therein unloss n majority of tlio justices iu commission, nt tho first meeting of tho court of claims nftcrits passage, approve) the same. rnorKKNioxiL. no attention is paid tlio Architect of the Treasury, who spends T.W.TABKON, WALLACE E.VARNOH, the money to tho limits placed dy T. W. & W. E. VAIWON, Congress on tho building. A few caATTOIINJ1YH A.T KTANFOnt), KY. ses will suffice to show this. Ofllta In Owiter A Son's new l.ulMIng up alalrs Tnko my ucighdoring city of Cincinnati. On March 12, 1872 thoy II. O. KA.UFFMAN. wanted n cuslom-housand postofTico ATTOIINJIV AT CjVW, LANCASTER, KY. Congress pascd a law to buy a site NTAIVITOKI), ICY., County Attorney. Will not to exceed three hundred thousand. Msil.r Oiiuinlnlon.r awlof (larraM and adjoining praetlotln all Ilia Courts On Juno 10 it was increased to $500,. rountinanJ In tho Court of Appeals. 000 for n silo and tho building not to THOMAS X. HILL, Jit., exceed 81 ,700.000. Wo havo already ATTOHNKV A.'r ZjAW, STANFUIID, KY. appropriated 81,800,000 nearly fivo tkli ami Will pracllei In the Cuiirte millions and wo aro told it will tnko counties anl In lha Court ofol Appeals. xllololnic Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Office In up iltln. Owsley A Hon'e new lulMloi three millions moro to finish it, for it Tollr.t mill I'n it ru .1 rllrlrn, llookn, Stntlonrru, Tolmrro mill i'lum, U'liicm, is not yet roofed in. I.ltliiorii,A-r- . ALEX. ANDEIIBON, l'hvmlrlanm J'rcKcrliitlannunit Tho custom-housat Fall Kiver rreiarattotn a XtA.'W, A.W .Massachusetts, was limited by tho origSvrrluUy. JJANVILI.K, KY., inal act to 8200,000, yet 8518,000 Will practlraln the Cuurti IlojIeeoJ adjoining have been already appropriated, nnd countln and In tho Court ofof Appeali. it is incomplete. MABTEItSON PEYTON, Tho auMrcasuryntJiuston was limA.a"x'omvjjvKonrAqKYCOUXTT, AMD KXIUMKR ited by tho net to ono mid a hnlf mil MIIKKTV, KY. lip u dollars, yet wo havo appropriated Will practice In all tho Courta of Caier anJ Appeala, countlcf, ami the Court already 85,50 1,290.00, and who can special attention xlTen In collection,. ofOffice orer to TIiImXciv Mill, coiiiSiIiiIiik (lie la lent and tell how much moro will Ira called It. T. IMerce'a atore. ing; that M 'ROBERTS &STAQG OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, a DRUGGiSTS ID HTISTS, l'lmr-tiHtceutlri- il A.'X"X-OItN33- Y at law, mmvm wmm MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY IVcil-iiCMlaH o 1 tar-paye- Flour, Mcul, Corn, Bran, SliipstulT, &c., McAXiISTEK .SAI.lE. 4fi'l-t- f FINS ItAKi:iS VJa&teft&Urt Groceries,Oonfectioneries, FAmiiftir supplies, & UNDERTAKING B5r exceed-ingsixt- y u ICE! ICE!! ICE!!! aujoiningi-osi-oiucen Soil at the Very Lowest Possible Margin. ,, J., s court-house- s ., t,.,.ii,. e :. TO THE rUISIilC. FURNITURE Slain Street, I at I j e "',' B. K. WEAREN, full at an lord, Ky. a ...It T i r.. CRAB ORCHARD Furniture WILL w TO Ic3..S ti SEASOX -- OE 1882 GH Water Destroys 1MFIELD Elevator. Water Insects; Draws Fresh Water from Mid-llehur- pro-serv- tom of Cistern; Tubing and Has Freeze. Foulest Cisterns Made Pure by This Elevator. t. Solo-mou'- s OVER ONE HUNDRED in in This County. Try and If Not Satisfied, It Will ken 28 53 3 U IT3 r & - it a H I SH 4 Hffl5Mp "onj 9$ o 11 .H g i J 8 SB b 5f E " f J - o NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Itualnpsa failures for last wetk, 10C-aga- tnst IBS the wck before. The Bllialxtlitown AVw lias declared Tuesday Morning, W. P. WALTON. -- Juno 13, 1882 for Hon. EDITOR Tin our first page Is given tlio Itoml law as passed ly tlio Into Legislatures for tli is county, provided it is accepted 1) tho pcoplo nl tlio election in Au gust. Tlio iliill does nwny with tho old system of working ronds, and instead provides fur their letting to who hid lowest, to keep them in repair. An additional tax is to ho levied to pay for it which will ho both ad valorem and by poll. It strikes us that tho bill will better equalizes tho burden of tho road keeping and put tho weight where it ought to bo on thoso who uo it most. Tiio county is already taxed to the extent of 8900 to $1,000 for teams ard plows for these roads, which, of course, under tho new system, will lw furnished by tho cons, J. Proctor Knott, for Governor. Kentuekj'n annual manufacture of wlilsUjr amount! to 24,000,000 of gallon. The Alabama Democracy nominated K. A. O'Xeal for (lorcrnor and a full State ticket. In the last twenty rears Congress lias given awar 209,000,000 acres of the public domain to private corporation. A Massachusetts firm got the contract for suspiring the I'. O. Department with tamped envelopes for four year l$45G 197. tractors. A 0. Buell, of tho Washington Critic, tho man who started the sensn-tionreport that a gigantic whisky ring was in existence, but who now admits that ho was lying, or rather as ho terms it, only in fun, is not of that class of editors that do honor to the profession. lie acknowledged beforo the Congressional Committco that he had been offered a bribe without resenting it as an honest man should, and tho impression is that ho would not hesitate to accept one. Tho Critic and its criticisms should hereafter pass as naught it such a creature remains at tho head of it. Tub Court of Appeals is still mum as to their decision in the Neal and Craft cases as well as in tho Austin case. Should tho pcoplo interested in these cases get impatient and want to hang somebody, wo suggest that they try their hands on tho members of this Court, not necessarily to entirely suspend their animation, but to convince them that something more is expected of them than junketing around the country on their own business. Tub election nf n republican legislature in Oregon, by a majority of at least six, is tho latest from that State. This assures a republican Senator in tho place of Grover, democrat, and will give the U. S. Scnato to the republicans in March, 1883, without the vote of the traitor Mahone. The only hope for us is to secure tho lower House, and from present indications matters nro working nicely to that end. Tun Midway Clipper takes neutral ground in tho Appellate race, but keeps up Henry's uanio for information. The editor gives a fair state ment of the misdoings, and tho other doings of tho unfortunate candidate, and leaves its readers to vote as they see proper after readiugthem. A3 for himself his vote depends on the futuro course of Mr. Henry, not on his past record. The wlfo of Senator lieck, of Ken tucky, la tab! to be the nearest blood rela tive of General Washington now living. A bicyclist In Boston rode fifty miles and In two hours and minuter, making the best time on record. Application for a new trial In the Henry White eaie was overruled by Judge iluckner. The Court of Appeals is the next resort. The Chief Kngineer ay that the Northern Pacific K. 11. will be completed by July 1st. 1SS3, although there are yet C40 miles to build. The eighteenth anniversary of the lint Federal attack upon Petersburg, Va., was celebrated Friday by the decoration of graves of Confederates. In arresting a circus proprietor at Southwest City, Mo., a performer was shot and killed and two other men injured by the sheriff and his posse, for showing without license. Somebody haa raked over his memory and found that this year la but a repetition of 1857. A long cold Spring and Summer, with killing frost on the night of June 6th, la his recollection. A child, three years old, with both legs anil an aim brokeD, was picked up twenty miles North of Dallas, Texas, in the track of the recent tornado. Nothing is known of its parents. Kain fell on sixteen days in fciy. The total precipitation was eleven Inches and three of an inch. On the corresponding month last year, rain fell on eight days, the total precipitation being one and iteventy-fiv- e hundredths of an inch. Hichmond lleglster. Senoua riots occurred Sunday between natives and Europeans, at Alexandria, Lgppt. Several persons were killed and wounded, and a number of houses destroy ed. The British Consul wan dragged from hia carriage and beaten, and the engineer of a British was killed. A mislead Gray, colored, was hanged , Friday, at Powhatan Vit. Quirino Gailan was hanged at Brownsville, Texas. An Indiau murderer was hanged in Indian Territory. John Tribbetts, sev enteen years of age, who murdered two persona a few days ago, was hanged by a mob at Perhatn, Minnesota. parties in Georgia, estimate the yield of peaches in that State this year at 2,000,000 bushels; apples, bushels; pears, 760,000 bushels, and grapes, 1,000,000 pounds. Large shipments to the North and West of th ese ar ticles hare already commenced, and will probably continue through the month of Gfly-nin- e h man-of-wCourt-housed Misses Collins and Bowie, of Crittenden, Kr., are visiting Miss Mary, the: daughter of Col. Jas. A. Fisher. Miss Allen, of Tenn., la visiting Miss Mattle Ken-neMIm Jennings, of Covington, is at Mr. It, A. Sillers. Ml Orals, of Lexing Lucy Qucssenbery ton, Is visiting Mi MIses Itounlree and Healer, of Lebanon, are at Mr. James A. CurreyV Miss High-te- r, of Versailles, is visiting Miss Julia Harlan. Mis Verne, of Lexington, is at Miss Kate Tunis'. Miss Nettle Mock, of KansssCily, Mo, Is visiting Miss 111 lie Young. A dispatch has been received by the friends of Mr. K. F. Hardesty, In Danville, announcing the acquittal on Saturday of the charge of killing Barney Clltott. The circumstance of the killing were as follows: Mr. Hardesty was away from home, and F.lliott, who was in his employ, entered Mrs. Hardcty's room and committed an outrage upon her, she being at the time within thres weeks of her confinement. Mr. Hardesty, learning what had oecurred, sought Klllott and killed him, firingeleven ball Into his body. The killing occured at Coolidge, Kansas, and the trial at Dailge City, same State. Mr. Hardesty was a student In Dinville several years ago. y. MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Sam. M. B unlet t. Editor. Mr. Walter Woolsey has resigned hi position as Secretary of tho Pine Hill Coal Co, and has gone to Galveston, Texas. His place at Pine Hill is filled by Capt. W. A. Piigh, of Lexington, a clever gentleman and an accomplished accountant. Mr. B. George Prall, the stare man, Is just about the happiest man In these parts. He is somebody x father, and that somebody is a boy, and a bouncing big boy, too. The boy arrived Sunday night. It has not June. The House passeil-fimportant bil Friday, providing that soldiers of the late war who have lost a hand, foot, leg or arm, or have been deprived of the use of either, by wound or otherwise during the service shall receive a pension at the rate of $40 per month. It is estimated that $2,000,000 additional a year will cover the list of pensioners whose allowance is thus increased. n LINCOLN COUNTY. Engleman's Mill. Mrs. A. T. Nunnelley, of your city, A FOnai:n who succeeded in getting spent last week with her parents. $20,000 out of tho Ohio State Trees-ury- , All of the meadows in this neighborhas just been sentenced to six hood are completely ruined by cheat and years in tho penitentiary on two of the white blossom. fifty two indictments against him. At Mr. Sam. Spoonamore, while at work this rate, if ho is found guilty on the in his blacksmith shop last Monday, got remaining 50, ho has just 15G years to one of his eyes badly hurt by a hammer flyihg ofT of the handle and striking him. Berve the State, and Gov. Blackburn Nape Hughes was In this neighborhood refuses to be comforted because ho is last Saturday, feeling of our farmers to see beyond his pardoning power. what he could buy their wheat at, but as The country will ba glad to learn there is no established price they all refuted to sell at present. Wheeeler, after that The continued wet weather has given mature consideration has decided that the weeds such a start oil' that the farmers fishing is better than getting $10 per will be compelled to double their forces, day on tho Turifl Commission, and and put In their best licks in order to be therefore declines the honor, to give ready fur harvest, which is right upon Autbur another chance to get a great- them. are informed that the negroes in We er imbecilo. Another of the Com- this vicinity have formed a ring and set mission, Mr. Phelps, also declines to their prices at $2 per day for harvesting, serve. and Bay that they will not work for a cent The Covington Commonwealth figures less. The farmers ought to get twine bind after giving tho entire republican vote ers and let them slide. Vice-Preside- yet been determined which President he will be named for. The Candidates. It seems to be pretty well settled that John B. Fish will make the race for county court clerk. His candidacy assures hissucceM. W. P. Hiall will run for sheriff and he will lie elected. F. L. Warren will be a candidate for magistrate in tho Bullock precinct. He is a good man to vole for Messrs. J. J. Wil liam, R. L. Myers and John M. Fish, supervisors, are buisy this week "criticising" a book recently written by J. B. Kerbr, our county assessor. They have made several changes In the work. Last Friday night the store house o J. W. Oofl at Pine Hill was destroyed by fire. None of the contents were save! The fire is supposed to have been the work ofan incendiary. Some goods from the store were found in the neighborhood next day, and from this circumstance it is thought it must first have been robbed and then fired. The loss to Mr. OofI is about $2,000. The building belonged to Wui. Taylor and was not insured. Loss, $350. There is a general sympathy expressed for Mr. Ciofl, on whom the loss Is quite heavy. Mrs. Helen Brooks, wife of W. T Brooks, of Pari, I visiting her parent Mr. and Mrs, J. L. Joplin. Major John 8. Cooper, Quarter Master Agent U. S, of Louisville, having completed his investiga tions in this county, left Stturday for Lon don. Major Cooper made many friend while he re. He is a pleasant gentleman, and we would harp been pleas ed to keep him here for life. Mr. W. C. Mullins lias returned to Pine Hill from ocrantou, Miss., where he lias been engaged in the railroad busines. Judge U. W. McClure has been quite sick for several day. Mrs. Elizabeth Brooks has returned from a visit to her children In Richmond and Paris. Mi's Helen Conn ha returned The school from school at Lexington taught by P rof. A. G. Lovell at Lexington, closed Saturday. The day was celebrated by a picnic in which the pupils participated. There were some speeches and other exercises, making altogether a pleasant afThe weather was oppressively hot fair Sunday morning. Kain began to fall about 2 o'clock in the afternoon, and continued This county Is solid for B. until night M. Burdett for Superior Court Judge, There should be a good attendance of Dem ocrats at the Convention on the 21th. bam Thompson. Garrard Thorn iwon and Itobert Jones, who are building miners' houses, shutes, &e , for various coal companies in Laurel, were at home Sunday. They say business is booming in and around London. high-tone- d it wa Interesting and touch ing to see the little aiiempisai nnery, in nf n bit of old lace curtain, and the war serspsof worn Brussels osrpet with which the occupant of one cell had either satisfied nMthetical taste or feminine ambition to look lietter than her neighbors. Five rows ot sleeping cells In the malo department rise one swore mo outer wun stairways and railed galleries In front, with an additional Iron bar across 11 of them where the life prisoners sleep. Beds clean, and cells well swept and sweet, hrerr thing in the working depaitments goes like clock work. We were allowed to speak to sever al, among them Mr. Grove Kennedy, who choked up, Kx.r fellow, as we did when we creeled him. It was almost too much for Nuh with his great heart sensitive as a woman'. They were boon companions; in many a frolic, and now one of them was WhisKy! I didn't feel here! Whiskr! llko smiling or even speaking, much all the time l was within these awful wall, where 700 of nir fel ow creatures, no worse than myself, hail I been tempted as they were, were shut out from all society, except their own, for various terms. It was especially touching to look at one In for life. One of thee was working at Ids factory, with a loom In the great chain upon him. lie had killed a r since coming in, and wis counted too dangerous even to go unchained In this house of horror. Tho manu facture of hemp baling, chairs, and the cedar chests lis long been mil especially in this prison. The penitentia ry wagons have a reputation, ami me snoe shoii is turnlni out a favorite and superior , ,...-...-.-lor lames quality of lino doartment for his genuine manhood (a rare article now.a days), and love him as a broths r Ood bless him, ever. We visited the penitentiary soon after arrival In the city and every thing was Nearly 700 prisoners full of Interest. within wall almost an equal number drafted nil' to work on railroads, with ample accommodations, so that there Is now no appearance of the terrible overcrowding that horrified the public not long ago. It 1 beaiililiilly kept. Not a foul odor, nor an unsightly offirnce, at any turn. Cells clean and sweet, and In the female BRUCE, H. CRUPLEY, 3VflC3G3Da7tr0 3EaC3L3NTT? WARREN & CO. NXiiFKKI, Takts TAILOR, KY., lliion, itylo. motto It: -I). II. i:i)MISTON. from th bMt f Karelin Makrs. They will baenl and mad In flrst-llsa- a Cutting ami Itspalrlnf nrailr and pramptly done. "To lltral." Comprises Everything that is New, lilt II H. of thanking his rvlrnii In Manf..r.l and vlilnilr for Ihelr llWral tunpott, and Ihlaearlr In to retain It, ai he lua mIW a flriUU-aHor- k btfiire Using cullsd over, and It ltiliorp.il mil; hope H 3 OllllNADf.T. Jin. SRVMlANCIt H V 1M MIVO ANNOUNCEMENT! 1882. M O ft CHENAULT, SEVERANCE & GO. lluvlni; JitMt ri't'dYt'tl sllrvvl from tlio Ivuxtcrii oIckiiiiI Mock of cHIcm hemp-luggin- llm imohi fellow-prisone- n H - sliocs-especi- aiiy m ZLSrOTIOZLNTS, fc "PRAISE THE LORD." 10, 1882. Dtar Inlttior: Frankfort, June BOYLE COUNTY. to Jacob, together with that of the Dannlle. greenbackers, and allowing 20,000 License was issued by the County democrats that will not vote for Hen ry, that his (II. 'e) majority will bo Clerk last week for Ad. Stopcr and Mary Marksbury to marry. 11,881, should the voto bo as large as IUv. M W. Hlner, of Perry vllle, being that of the presidential election of 1880 bsent on account of sickness in his family, Titc Urooklyu Qlobe very truthfully observes that it is money, not platforms, which enables republicans to win elections. It is Wall street, tho treasury at Washington and political assessments that helps them to subvert tho will of the people. Senatou Bun Him., with his fami y, has returned to Georgia, it is feared by mauy of his friends to die, his fearful malady having reduced him to a mere shadow of his former self. Tho festive croquet mallet is getting in its work. Walter Davis a well- known printer in Chattanooga, died ... .. ..our .hit uc.uk .i.i. mi.. a man named Clayton. "'J The Uepubllcans have gained four in the .House, and now number 151. The Democrats have lost four, and now number 181, JThis has been brought about by ousting Chalmers, Dibble, Finley and Wheeler, ind seating Lynch, Mackey, Bis heea7dH2iwe, Iter. II. M. Llnney, of this place, preached for him yesterday, his subject being, "Faith Cure." Mr. Linney believes in Faith Cures, and his sermon is said to be a strong presentation on that side ot the question. The Pittman Coal Company, composed of Danville gentlemen, will commence coal on the Grst of August next. They claim that their coal is better than any taken from Kentucky mines, and it is to be sold cheaper, news that coal consumers here at least will receive with pa thetic intereit. The mines are in Laurel county near Pittmau, Two Bscoalaureate sermons, something very fashionable at this seasou in Danville every year, were preached yesterday, one for the benefit of the graduates of Bell Seminary, the other for those of Cent were Th. ''.wet olrl addressed by He v. H.M.Green, of the First Presbyterian church, his subject being, "One thing thou lakest." Iter. W. C. Young, of Louisville, addressed tho Center College graduates, his text was, "Surely every man walktth In a vain show." The efforts of both gentlemen are highly spoken of. I was never more ngreesbly surprised in ray life than in the city of Frankfort and its surroundings. Abroad it has the reputation ofan unsightly place at the bottom of a sinkhole.utterly unsuited in itself and surroundings to be the Capital of'a proud Commonwealth like Kentucky, He- ally it is a xem of a city, a it appears to me at least, In this middle or June, worthy in every reaped to be the seat of Government for thi or any other State. Built upon a beautiful terrace on both side of the lovely rirer that runs right through it, with ample room to spread in three dliec-tlo- n without climbing a cliff; perfect capabilities of drainage; opulence of shade tree, go that the city is almost hidden in this wealth nf foliage, and one can walk at any time of the day from one end of the city to the other under a grateful oversocli-thanging nf leafy verdure; refi.-m- l of the lilghest trpa known even in perfectly accessible by rail and turnpike; the seat of a grnwinv lumber and the nnturnl market for the untrade, measured wood and coal nf nur Kutern Kentuckr mountain, the centre of the hmp manufacture; I really cannot Imagine what all thl bother about the removal of the Capital oan mein, even if the State could ull'ird the enormous loss In govern, merit building thrown away or snld for a songI hope I am not crowinz pMi'ical in my "dmiration nf thl beautiful Frankfort and its people, if mo, I will leave such a dangerous neighborhood and get on other Ken-luck- r; - The Cemetcrr is one of surpassing beau ty of location on the crest of the clllt, cnmmantlin? a cloriou view of the Ken tucky river. Grand forcat trees and firs of great size and beauty adorn this lonely l was sorry to see me "city or the ileail. beantlful carving on Daniel Boone's monument had been chirred by Vandal hands until the frees of the drums had become horriucarricatuiei ehameon the unhallow ed hand that marred it. Some of the private monuments are handsome and costly, whi'e the hi purl) shaft erected by the State at a cost of $25,000 to her dead warriors of the various battle, ancient and modern, Is a master piece of sculpture ami uesign. The tide is turning fast and although coing fast. llip nntmsilinn dies hard It for PKAISKTHF. LOUD. 17 confession mil, and 113 annninted to Friday night, From this on we have Marjor Hall. Sun- diy morning we will bold service in the penitentiary from 0 to 12, first preaching to the women and then to the men. At 3 r. M , services In the yard of tho Capital, to accommodate excursion from Louisville and Lexington. Lver in Jcatis. Geo O. BAii.vrH. Sunday Eveni.no, Junk 11th. 1SS2. A few supplementary line to tell you the mot remarkable service lever witnessed. Promntlr at nine this morning we were in tho female ward of the. Penitent! rr. Separate religious services were held for tho women and men. I had been look inir forward to this privilege of of preach' ing to the convicts ever since we thought of coming to IrankTort, and Hilly expected a blosine. But "exceeding abundantly above what I asled or thought'1 the dar I.OIU) has given. There were 41 female convict at the meeting, who had never Ottm confessed their Sarior, and nxryone came, rour white, the rest colored, fer. en or eight were already consitent christians It wa a touching sight to witness thl clean sweep of the Spirit's power. If I know nnvthini! of human nature, eather ed in the course of a lone experience, these .i . confession wereaa thoroughly genuine a anr I have ever seen. At 1U ccIock we went to the Chapel whero the men collect to hear preaching and for Sunday School. About COO gathered promptly at the tap of s or an hour the pruon hell, we re consumed in dUtributine the prison ers' mail, ho that our services lasted 11 hours. At VI o'clock tlio dinner hour st ruck, and although indulgence would have been kindly granted by the Warden nd the dinner hour delayed, we did not trespass on the rules. In brief, then, 310 of the prisoner confeoed the Sarior, and at the earnest reipiciit of Nath. Woodcock, alter the services were over we went down r into the dining room where Mr.Orore had been detained br his duties as Superintendent of the culinary department, and there he made the good confession as the 311th number. Old how dry and sapless these words and numbers seem in describing such a scene. I snail never forget it. I never saw deeper and more genuine feeling at any meeting, and a I took hand after hand, most of the eyes were moistened with tender tears as they make the glorious confession, it was simply overwhelming. The dear Governor and his noble lady with about a doztn friends who take deep Interest In the prison work, wero present. But I have no time to write more. At the afternoon service 11 confessions and 0 wero snnoinled. Total Sunday afternoon, 422 for soul, and 40 annointed. Will put on back of envelope the result of tonight's meeting if it close before tho Louisville excursion train leaves. Thetrain la full of excursionists from Louisville, Lexington. Versailles and Lawrencebure, and the steamboat (?) has just arrived full of peo 1 wear. o a Clothing1, DHLA-TS- Boots, , Shoes, cfcO., o o o a H m I'.tor exhibited In tills iiutrlu'l. Sv.t anil ELEGANT LINES OF SATINS, MERVEILLEUX, RHADAMES, MOIRES, e in STOiwme & &os Cfsaiji Silks. ALSO A HANDSOME STOCK oHlLACK GOODS, Iiicimlliii; Xiui'h Veiling, llnirlHtu Clolli, Iliiutliir, ThiiiIhc Clitli,tVc.,iiiiil In Cud ii iil('ciorUiieiit il O Dress Goods Hamburg of Every I'lTI.I. Description. if HI a i.i.i:s India Trimmings, Embroideries, EVERLASTING TRIMMINGS, BIAS TUCKING, f Liiccs In ciiillcsm JLiiMliess' IVcelvTvesxi, fcG. C3-OOI- DS FANS, PARASOLS, mill NpN'iullil iilllUlllllllM, ll'C. t4 "VsTHIITE u vitrluly, C2-- A uxsortiuriit of I.iiwmm, tCJbJfcU'JL,3 ING GOODS. lhree-tourtli- oiX'iirpclM, Kiicm, Oil Clolli, .IIiilliiiKH. Wall raptT, tVr. GENTS NECKTIES, COLLARS.CUFFS & GENERAL FURNISH- - U'cIiiitc ntlilci! lo our Block n H H Ken-ned- GEO. D. WEAREN, STANFORD, LANCASTER anil HUST0NVILLE, Ill AIM! IN 2 a 3 o Grain, Wool, Orchard Grass and other Seeds, H M V (ft ifi " PKAI8K TIIK LOUD. Platform and seati have been raised by the Governor in the Capitol crounds for an open air service, but the rain drove us Krer In Jesiu to tho Opera Hall ur.o U JlAKXES. Twelve at Night KentuciVSoUrers -- ple from .Mmlmon, lmliana. t IP I .A. 3R. 1 I siprRissro- 3VE XVI-A-lCSl-lOllNrlS, - w.A.a-oisra- , o A "Card. fi.ll. Our dear friend, Natl. Woodcock, has continued his Indefatigable and invaluable work for the success of the meeting. F.vn-r- y day since Monday, was to be the last but the business of the "House" has had to take a bsck seat for a week at least. Tlds morning ho was oil by 5 o'clock.be-tiling- " in Versailles and Clifton, and back ore any of us were up, for a day " drum-befonight service possibly before tho It is his first continuous fafternoon's. chance o attending these services since his wonderful conversion, over a year ago, near the close of the Itichmond meeting. Besides being invaluable in his inline nee, as "hail Mlow well met" with the people we wish to win, and, himself a walking sermon, worth a dozen of mine, as a practical proof of tho power of the goapel ti save "all along the line' he is the most genial of companions, as well as a truo min, every inch of him. We iesict him re theme. JWfr IiitHur Journal Soint- lime Incf I filed a claim forlnva lid pension for Patrick MuMoon nf Co K, JO-I- . Kru't Kr. Infantry Vol , (Col liar- latii II. enlisled in lnufrllle. Ky , in Co. K , of which Diek Watts wj Lteuten ant, who, promised hi in his affidavit, but has railed to give It. lie became rupt ireu In the right sido In entering the fortifica tions at Mill Spring. Ky, 20th Jsnuarv 1KB'.', wss taken with hi regiment back to Iiuisville. thence to Nashville, and being unable for duty, he was sent to the hnspital and afterwards discharged. He la required o prove that he was sound and free from rupture at enlistment. He is an Irishman and verr poor and unable to work. He calls iiiKin his comrades at Louisville- to assist n iu in celt inu un the proof. Any information rent to his attorney (tho will be gladly received. Louis. yllle pa ie r a 1 hope will give this a pltco In columns, ltsspectfully, tlmlr Hoiikut Hi.ain. llustnnvllle, Ky. June 12, 1882. fortunes for farmers and Mechanics. of dvllara can be saved by ualng r Jutlguirat In taking ears of ilie health ef sua faulljr. If you are IHIloui, bare pwar ai'netlle, low tail d- sallow iiriwsdilrlti,audg4ieraUy ilelllltattd, do not uj pruwre a bot dtlay a iMiufot, lHit(Wtiic TbiHHunda H w 8 in o 8 h, S . BUaO-IBICi'UM'i-H, -- Nt'lf-Illiiiior- Urn in 1'rlllH, ('orii-lMitiiliT- (Jtilliiutoi-H- MoHcrs, HiiyItulu'M, Nulli IMimih, , ... AJXTD Mriiw-Ciittcr- 'JM-,''i- " CABBIAQBS, t'orn-Nlii'llci-- IlnrrmiH, Inj; yurlf wi)Jloii, '03 3 N3UHVM liny l'ri'HM'N, llirvali- .Mufliliii'M mill IhiKliK'H, Aud other Implements and Machinery. Wo buy exclusively from Manufacturers, d lots, aud consequently obtain the largest discount aud direct, for cuh, iu (loods at Heasouabla Prices lowest rates of freight. Our motto is i "I'irU-clas- s tbo Best is always the Cheapest." Respectfully, car-loa- tle f thex) voiWuful tilectrle Illtltrs, wbltu Ull to suftt aaJ that Ut the Irldlug luu. of B fty teal), 41 bylVmifi MaAlla. Tdtatife inr V. Ir, WITIIISIIN, J..MtDanr .auiMlsr l)ot. GEO. D. WEAREN, Stanfoid.Xy. fslti:i:. V ilauafira lluatoaillU W'lXMABIN, )l mmmHAWtmmmmmmm Stnu-Mttlil- n nif riorlonrnal Knrjir lino of Lawn P. Owaley'. Go to Jnat received at I' RELIGIOUS, llrure, Q0?A3Sr3rOllD, KIT. and ahlngle. Tun Livlngalon Tuesday Morning, - -- Juno 13,1882 l. A Chicago ha 300 churches and over Warren A Co , for lumber 6,000 drinking saloon, Coal Campany'a coal can't be beat. Call on T. T. Davleaa for lt. N. L OCAL TIME CARD. . . Tiik Valley PiiMnrrlrslns North " Booth " LOCAL J lOi. M. Ml r. h Commencement Thuraday night. . ii Gurnet Hand lua kindly In furnlah moat of the mtlalc for the NOTlttS. Huv Paints of Penny A MoAH'trr. Kliwir lllue I.lck Writer, at Mellolicrli Mil. J. T, IlAiinu ha freah flah for aale twice a week Wednesday and Katurdar, at hi meat nnd provision a to re. raging here. There Gasoline at at Penny A are fully a doten caaci in town and viciniDoan'h Mc A lister's. ty, and two death have already occurred Salt, Lime anJ Ctinent constantly on from It, html a A. Owsley'. Mr. A. L. Hai.r, whoae death I reNew took of Jewelry ami Hllrcrware at Vtnnj A MeAliiler'. corded eUe where, had Inaiiranceon hi life A t.MHT brown aiigar, 12 for $1.00, at to the amount of $10,000 In good Order McAllster.UlrlghtV and aolvent Cotupanle. 8otA Watiw letter tlian In any pnat Faiimrm dealrlng to lay In their winter Miaons, at Mcitulif rt A HukrV Watch w, Clock ami Jewelry repaired aupply of coal would do welt to pee the ami warranted by Penny A McAIIsler. proprietor of Lincoln Mill. It will be W: carry llie largest and bcataworlinent money In their pocket. .MCAiisier ft lingni. 01 canned good, Havino aociated myaelf with the LauCam. on W. II. Hlggina foreran and rel County Coal Company, I am now pregrain scythe, Saddler' Kraln criclle, Ac. Puiik AlJen Fruit Vlnejjar, heat In the pared to acll coal to he delivered by the world, for rale only by McAllater A Hrlglit. lat of Auguat at low figure. Keapectfully, and You will find the licit A. T. Nunnettey, Agent. 5 cenli cigar In town at Penny A McAlla-lerAN elegant atock of Jewelry juit receivJ.- II. A 8. II. HllANK are receiving and ed forCommenccmenl, conalatlngof Ladle' opening a nice new lot of Xelgltr Shoe Walclic and Chatelaine Chain, Hracelet low cut Necklace, Pin, Ac. Call and aee them I). Kl.A&i haa just recelrrd a lirge itock Penny A McAlIater. at 5, 0 and 7 cent. Call and of Calico - .. QuAHTEnr.Y Couiit waa In neaaion tee them. and Judge lirown dlapoaeI of til Ant oji:wUliInjf tolmy a No. 1 new Coluuibua bugsy can sate money liy call- 71 warrant and repetition in abort order. ing on W, V. Walton. One only wa put off for trial tliia term ami AM. farmer bating the McCormlck will be tried next Monday. Midline can Ret extra and twine at A. that Owaley'. J. II. Owens, Agent. Tut paper ha been gotten out under A KUI.I. line of California Canned flood, forePeachea dlfltcultlea, the buatnea manager and Including Apricot. (Iritxa, Pear. man both being down with aymptoma of and I'it Plum at McAIIsler and Ilrlglit'. WkIuvo added to our limine a larger fever. We have got the bejt force In the assortment of the Vttura CSyttat S)tttlaela world though for any emergency. and oan fit any eye. Ileing of hanttr glas Tick programme for the concert deface, and Ihey do not crleh or will retain llirir UiiuIihI ;mA. Thl denight, a arranged by that accom partment will bctindtl the charge of Tbo plished teacher, Ml Addie Purncll, I Jdcharda, who will carefully fit them to any Kye for any puroe, nearalghl, far brim full of good thing. Ofcourae every body will be at the Opera Hall to enjoy It. seeing, shooting, Ac. " TersqnalT Dhi.aykii Tiiainx. The laat Legislature -Wed-nead- AHUrrV Tvnioli) I'r.vrm la The Preahylctlan church at Itlchmond I to be remodeled to the extent of $1 800. The National Conference of the Methodist Church of Canada unanimously voted in favor of Methodist union. The total amount of all fund received Into the mission treasury, from the Ilaptlal Societies for the lat yen, I $.V2,787,'20. Iter. Jamc Cralk, D. I), for the past thirty year rector of Christ P, K. Church, Iulville. Ky., died at hi home, near that city, at midnight, Friday, agtd ninety-six year Speaking of Mr. Ilirne' meetings, the Frankfort Ytomnn say: Some persons who go to hear him In the afternoons lake their lunch basket along, and wail until the the evening service In order to be sure of seals, DEATHS. Mm with Ml Hmma I'almku, of (larrard, DoimiM, of ltlclimond, and trad a follow: "Whenever any train tiaed for the Iranaporting of paengcri I Mo., la at Mr. W. II. HlgKln'. delayed at any railway atation which I Mm Annik Wkarcv, of Klrlitvllle, atao a telegraph atatlon, located In the I with her aunt, Mr. (I. I). Wearen, State, for a much as thirty minute, It -- Ml!RI I.IZKIC AND IllA TVIHWKM.Of n ahall be the duty of the agent of auch the Weal Knd, are Tilling Ml" Mattle to jioal In aome completion place In Dinwiddle. the room uacil by iaaaenger In the depot Mm Hutu CnOW It here to attend the at audi atation the fact of the delay aa Commencement, the guest of Mia Iklaey men aa llie tame la ascertained by him. Pennington, For a violation of thl act there I a penMm Jupith Kinn, of Crab Orchard, alty of not leai than $10 nor more than la apemltng a few day with MIm Itettic failure." Fortunately alnce $60 for Pennington. our train have -- Mnwm. T. P. Hill. J. W. Alcorn, J. 8. it adoption, April '.Mill, unuaually regular. lieen running more than 1 locker and M. C. fc'aufley attending nin court at Liberty. CouMENCRiir.NT. Another year haa MmkmMinnii: and I.iiia Khmiiton, paaaed and Commencement I again upon of Crab Orchard, returned with MiuHillie lit with it round of pleaaant and profitable (lrren,and aro now her K'lest. event. It haa nlway been Mr. True-heacuatom to Inaugurate It with a Mr. A. J. Mr.nsuoK, formerly of thU rctlon, but now of Orayaon county, Texas, preached In their order by mlnlatera U fishing hli iter, Mr. T. Kclherfonl. o( the virion denomination, on the SunMm. M. A. i'liuiir., of Itika, III., ! day preceding the final exerciae. Thi on a visit to her brother, Mr, A. It. Penny. wa Methodiat year, and the Kev. F. W. Thl I the aecond time they hare met In Noland, a young preacher of no ordinary 0 yean. preaent ability, and exhibiting many eviAt the annual Commencement hop in dence of future greatne, waachoaen. He Georgetown, Friday night, Mil Annie Mc- t a aon of ttie preacher-banke- r of Nicholas-villp- , and inherit in a mirktd degrae much AIIsler wore a pink aurali ilk embroidered and pearl, and MIm Jennie Me A lister, of the old gentleman' keen perception and white mull and diamonds. hard rcnae. The day broke brightly In Mish JoMR Withers returned Tut-ila- r anawer to hundred of little prayer, and from Louisville, where she h&a been for once the marsh of the pupil from the attending Mr. Iiaydon' tohool. City life College and back waa attended by no rain areola to have agreed with her na ahe I in though it came In torrent a half hour af better health and xplrit than fur a long ter the ervice were over. The aermon time, wa delivered In the Opera Home, nnd br Dk. K.C Mokuan waa elected Vice tho time the young Itdlc, clad with but of the Klate Dental Assuciatlun President one r two exceptions, in pure white, matte at it meeting In Ixmiatllle laat we, and their grand entry, it aparioua capacity wa Dr. I. F. Huffman waa chosen a one of well nigh filled with nn audience that for the Delegate to the National Association beauty, culture and Ant tUthtt, haa never which meet at Cincinnati In Auguat. been surpassed In Stanford. Just at 11 Owing to the itinera of our business o'clock a aelecl number of the music claa. who I threatened with the premanager, with Mlaa Jennie Crane gracefully presidvailing ferer, we are not represented at ing at the organ, gang a vountarv in a very Liberty thi week a we hoped to be, but of the pleating manner, and the service If any of our friend there are nnilous to hour Ivgan. The usual prefatory devoforward u money they can do o by J. W. tion were gone through with, and then Alcorn, Mr. Noland announced hi text: "For We are glad to olwerve that our young Mary haa chosen that better path that oan friend, J, I. McKinncr, of ltlchuiuud, I never be taken from her," Hi remark good thing; out of an Investment making a were addreased especially to the young made laat year in tonie coal land In Lau- ladles, and to them In well selected word rel county. He hat already aold atock to the he pictured- - on the ono hand the many amount of 1,400 and (till ha a number of curve brought UKn the world by wicked, aliarea left, which baa now gone up to $125. designing women, and on the other tho M. L lloiirne of Lincaater, aold hi Prof. silent though all pervading influence k Inlercat for $12,500. The for good of the gentle women, Coal Mining Co., ia the name given who blessed tho earth, and he endeavored the concern. to impress iion their minds the Importance not only of getting worldly knowledge, but LOCAL MATTERS. of reeking wisdom from on high, which Use tho Livlngalon Coal Company' coal. will enable them to exert that power for ItlathebewU God and good that He intended they Smttions for lluckeye and Oaborno ma- should. The sermon wa In many respects the best ever dell"tred on auch an occa-Io- n chine at W. II. Hlggina'. here, and many indeed were tho flitA J.OT of Tennessee Uco Hives for aale tering comment it received. Another by U. K. Wearen, at half price. very decided feature of It wa It brevity, a TldltK IIU.NDUKII TiloUSANI) IllllOK fol requiring only 40 minute for It delivery, but wa have rarely heard more good sound aale. Apply to Henry JJaughman, Stanford. senae crowded into so short a apace. A lengthy prayer by Kev. V. K. Klrtley, ol 1 IIAVK received a blgaupply of Ice nnd ahill keep ItcouHtanlly on baud for aale. the Daptiat Church followed, another song and then the benediction. The town J. T. HarrU. by dry got safely to their home foundation of an people In digging about the laud, but the country people and others old log home, built by tho father of Judge living at a distance were drenched by a waW. Ilailer on the farm now owned by ter spout, which wa accompanied by vivid found an Mr. Johu Ilright, one of lit hand lightning and territio thunder. Mollie Johnsuii. for one little law it paaaed, la deaervr credit at leat. It i tn relation to delayed train Mm 1'ixa ata-tlo- rt' Hau:. About noon yesterday, of typhoid fever, Austin L. Hale, of this place, breathed his last aged about 40 yesrs. Some two weeks ago he wa taken with the fearful diaetae, but being ol a naturally strong constitution, and never having been confined to hi bed but for a short time and then from a wound received while In the service of the "lost cause," he wa loth to yield to Its advance on hi system and kept up till a few days ago. Hy that time the disease had gained full hold on him, and remedies were of no avail. HI comparatively sudden death, therefore, Is a shock to the 'entire community, In which he wa held In the highest esttem a a citizen, as a Christian, and a a friend. Hi loss wilt be deeply felt by us all, but Its appalling weight Is on her, whom he led to the marriage altar just ten yesrs ago, and whom he loved with a devotion that was truly beautiful. She Is sustained, however, In her fearful nllllclion by in assurance that he made her a fw days before hit death, when he said. "Woodv. I do not know that I am going to die, but I want to tell rou now that if I do go off in a delirium, all I well with me. I am prepared to meet my Ood, though I would like lo be spared for you and my dear children's sake." These words, while they will not stop the blinding tears of sorrow, are sweet consolstinn to the soul, and will in a measure bind up the cruel wound opened by an earflily separation. Sjcaking of him only a few days ago, his pastor assured us that he wa one of the ttxj beat member of hi (the IIaplit) church, ready always to assist to the extent of hi ability In every charitable or religious enterprise, losktng lo the advancement of the cause of Christ. A good man Tia been cut offin the midst or a useful life, again reminding up of the uncertainty of life and the certainty of death. May It find us as well prepared to meet it. Mr. Hale was a member of the Masonic and Knights of Honor fraternities, and lit remain will be escort ed lo their last resting place in I'uUalo Cemetery, by the members of his lodges, after a funeral sermon at the Iiaptist church by the Her. J. M. llrure at 10 o'clock tin morning. LAND. STOCK AND CROP. C. M. Spoonamore sold to II. N. Waro a yoke or 800 lb. cattle for SS0. About 50,000 bushels or new wheat sold in Mercer last week at $1 per bushel for July delivery. I, h Pea-coc- head or old callle sold In Sjicncer at ror September delivery. In Chicago, new wheat is sold for July at $1 10, and for August at $1.08. Corn is sold at 00 cents. John Ilright left at thl oflice a head of timothy grown on hi place that meas ure over a foot In length. G. P. Ilright got 1C1 Iamb from 120 scrub ewe. and has already delivered 150 or them which aversged 72 lb. The Krgirftr says that Win, Gibson bought Mrs. Talltha Chenault'a farm in Madison, 230 acre at $1)0 per acre. The residence is an excellent brick and the rami is one of the best in the county. W.F. Hodgkin bought for Sdler Co , In this county laat week, G cattle from W. 11. Nelson, for September delivery at C cts. and 51 head from P. 11. Goll at 0 for September delivery. Winchester Democrat. lien Kohinson, or Garrard, wa here yesterday receiving lambs. Dr. T. 11. Montgomery furnished C5 bucks, averaging a little over 82 lb , the best average yet considering that no ewes were taken; G. P. Ilright, 150 head averaging 72 11) J. C. M. Spoonamore CO head of 75 lbs; and S.J. Kmbry 7C head of 72 lbs. Five cent wa the price paid. Itoasting piece of beef cost in Wash ington Market last week from 22 to 21 cts, a pound, porterhouse steaks from 28 lo 1!0 cent, and even rump pieces from 10 to 18 cents. Mutton, lamb, veal, salt pork, bacon, and hams are also very high. Poultry and game, too, are comparatively costly; and even fish, abundant as it is, has gone up In price, the decrease of meat creating a demand for it. Thirty-one ts dignity that characlerlicd his long proba. tlon or singleness. Jim Hunlap closed ins session at the College last week, ana lias gone to Danville lo consult the theologians on the question : Did Job, the man who stands before Ihe world as a model of alienee, ever test the validity of his claim by leaching school 7" Uf course neuiu not. Had he submitted lo that ordeal he would never have worn the belt. Winter seems to have found himself at last ingloriously kicked out or "the lap or Spring." Hut even had there been no change In the temperature, still we should have a bright and balmy atmosphere now. The girls aro home rrom school and many a household is made glad by the presence or the dear capricious, restless, whimsical peats. Ilig brothers are In constant requisition. Horse Utah groans in spirit.. Cold viands disappear with a celerity never In a boarding school. Fledgewitnessed ling beaux are in a rcver or excitement; and even old bachelors are knitting to. gcther tlu missing links In memory's chain and mourning thai the days have come In which they are compiled to echo the plaint that they "have no pleasure in them." The rarming community are more cheerful since Ihe warm breexes have kissed the paling crops; and nature smiles again tn promise or a bountirul harvest. In Tact the intluer.ee ol the Improved weather is In so great that no body has been killed has there been any exseveral days; nor citement or late except that growing out or a contest between Wes. Hocker and Sam Williams as to which should bear the banner as chiel decorator in the aesthetic art or whitewashing fences. It was a livebely rivalry; but the job soured on both fore a delighted populace were prepared to decide on whom victory wold perch. 1 of the Mr. George Htckley who wa hurl by 7th Inst , an announcement of the death of beans- - thrown irom a wagon last week, I Mia Laura bis Her. John Lapley Yanlla, D. I)., which still confined to sick. bed. Kettle FieldMia Smith I seriously occurred In Lafsvette county, Mo. May er, of Louisville, I visiting Misses Walk28th. As 1 have seen no notice of this In er and Faulkner, at Mr. Geo. Denny's. Miase Sallle Curry and Ada Marr have n your paper, and as Dr. Yantls was and greatly beloved In this aid gone to llichmoml, to attend the Commencement exerciae of Cenlral Univeradjoining counties, and especially as he sity. Mis Kato Wherrltt, llelle Walker wa cne of the ablest, moil laborious and and Kilt a Lusk have returned from Kenmost efficient of the ministers of the Pres- tucky College, Pewee Valley, the two of Fng-llsbyterian church, I hog leave to call your first besthig diploma of Mistress James I!.h and Polite Literature. Mr. attention to his demise. Dr. YantI was Green and wife and Geo. 11. Cooper and born at Linosaler, Ky., Sept. Mth, 180-1- , wire, or Huatonville, attended the Logan-Smi- th M. Cook, or wedding. Mrs. and wa consequently rearing the close of accompanied by Mrs. and remember him a a geni- Huatonville, or Virginia, are visiting relahi 78th year. Miss al, active, earnest and eloquent minister tions in Lancaster and vicinity. Mrs. during the early portion of his career, Armstrong, of Louisville, and Mrs. Young, when he labored In his native Stale. His or Lincoln countv, are visiting their Mrs. F. J. While. course In his new home was marked by the mother, Paint Lick. Hi labor were alsame characteristics. Mrs. Champ Shumate ha been very ways abundant, and "hi praise were In all ill for a rw day bill Is better. the churches." He had preached In the IlonN, to the wife or W. W. lirown, at morning In his usual vigorous and earnest Lowell, a girl, which is doing well. Farmers are busy with their crops. style, complained of pain in his breaat in Great complaint or scarcity or hands. the cvcntnfc, and on being raised on the Married -- David 11. White lo Mis lounge on which he wa reclining, sudden Sallie II. Howe, near (hi place, Wednes ly expired. His malady wa pronounced day. June 7(h, by Iter. J. L. Ilarnes. Mr. White says he had a right smart little disease of the heart. much ol a fuss, progressing In our Kowe, but notII. Improvement are Wilson left on flie train Mr. J. village. The Iltptlst brethren are still at Friday morning for his home at Lebanon. work on their foundation, that of their He has been canrasalng this place and vi man- church building, I mean. J. M. Cook Is cinity In behalf of Peter A. Karlns, ulacturr ol monument and nead-sioneerecting an addition to hi store-housjobs around Mr. Wilson sold forty-nin- e Dr. lirown has completed a most artistic here for cash. every viJack Hester, iivinir on Josephus cellar above ground, adapted to cissitude of the temperature, and designed Conn's place attempted suicide a few days ago ny taking a Dig uose oi sirycnnine, otu as a conservatory of meals and drinks, the doctor worked their stomach pumps vecetablca. fruits and diary products, and to good advantage and he Is now out warranted as or universal utility rrom the again. Family troubles caused him to preservation or the lenderest tropical wish to shuffle ofT his mortat colt. The Klrksvllle Commencement came fruit to the cooling of lager beer. His off laat Thursday. There was a large Is the crowd there, the Christian church was now commenced, next enterprise, running over. The little folk spoke In construction of a vast aviary to be graduates or whom there on Shaker principles, and replen- the dsy and the were three, at night The latter are Miss g from his ished by donations Tillie Adams, or Kingston, Madison counfriends. Tiiompsle Cooper ia pursuing the ty, and Miss Annie Higgins and Miss Jeneven tenoi or his way with the same quiet nie Prewltl, of Klrksvllle. f notice in the Cltrittinn OWrttr ItT. TKn'O.T AnVF.llTia.KMF.ftT. JUDGi: AIsVIN DUVAIil, JlllHlKIn this, Ilia M Dfstrlct, snblttt loth tional Ihe Democracy Ol Frankfort, la a candidal lor BtirKItlOR ac- JAMES V. HMIiT.IX la a candidate lor County lh August sleetlan , IOTS. Ju.lsof Kockesslle, at Of Mj. a. this tha i:. hiciiaiidn, W.M.OWKXN la an Independent esndldate f.r Assessor of jiociaaiiauiiiniy, Aiigutt election, 1881. iulsvllle, 1.1 Democracy. Is a eandldste for Superior Judg In District, subject lo tha action of tha JOHN W. Kr.IlHY la a candidal for lo tha office of Assessor of Rockcastle county, Augnat election, ISS2. II. .If. IIUIIDITTT, Of tanrsiter. Is aesndldsle for Judg of theSu prem Court rmmlheld district. Subject to th action of tha democracy. Ja. HAM Ht. jfon, Mis Uar.LK llroiimdetlrea to inform the Ladle ofiRlavlrlnliy that aha Is constantly recelvloga very nsndsnme Una of splendid new Spring snd Summer Millinery, which stis offers to tha public Will nraetlco his nrofraalon In Itoekraatla and at verr low flgures. thaAmong her lieantlful etoek ot all adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals. Trimmings are flowers, latest designs. Including tha rsge, aMlhetle "ha has also a Mantua-Makipeciai attention given to collections. Department, whera tha greatest attention la given to the catting, fitting and making of all kinds of dresses 37- - ATTOIt N lUlIlIsXTT, EY AT LAW, NEW SFRIN. ANDJUKMER KILMER. Mt. Vornon, Ky, VAKIETY NTOKK! IUOGINS HOUSE! 3t'X'. VldlirVON. ICY.. DIHIUKS, .T. E. VOWELS' Sranroso HtsaitT Agency of Bonth-Ben- d Ohilled Plows, Averys uasr. ana Bteei nows, jJucKeye LANCASTER, . KENTUCKY. neauersoc jJiowers,owecpsiaKes inresn-er- s. Mitchell Farm Wafons. New Horns Sewing Machines, Taylor's Elastic Bed JOHN T. IlKiUINS, 1'ltoritIETOK. Excelsior Art Itooms EDWARD H. FOX, Propr., North-Ea- A riRST - CLASS HOTEL In every particular, Tha patronage ol tha pullle 14-tsolicited, and aatlsfactlon guarinteed. Corner of Main and Third Streets, MYERS HOTEL STANFORD. KY. E. II. BTJRNSIDE, - Propr. DANVILLE, -- KENTUCKY Having recently rerUted my rooms with all of th modern Improvements, I now hava the Finest ilnllerr In Central Kentucky! When you visit Danville, don't lail to call and aea me. Ucspectfully, 461-- This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Reputation, AND EDWAItl I'hotographer Ky. Geological Surrey II. FOX, Its Proprietor it Determined that it Snail be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in its Pare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Guests. Bucklen's Arnica Sahe. Th licat aalre In the world for Cuts, Unities, Boies, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posltlsely cures piles. Itlsgukr-aotee- d to gira entire satisfaction or money refund ed. Price 23 cents per box. For aala by I'enny A. McAlliter. Cost. All psrsons wishing to lest Ihe merits of a creal remedy one that will positively cure Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Asthma, llronchltls, or any affection of the Throat and Lungs ara requested to call at Fenny A McAIIiter'a Drug Store and get a Trial Bottlaof Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Irea of cost, which wilt show you what a regular dollar-a- ll bottle will do. SF.tT ADTKItTlSEMESTS. Daugherty&Hyde Successors to Daugherly A Holmes, STAXFOKI), - - KENTUCKY, MAsuracruaan or- -- Uaaicsge will be conveyed to aad from Ihedeiot free of charge, fcperlal accommodation to to Commercial Travelers. The liar will be always snppllsd. with the choicest brands of Llqaora aad Clgara. free of Fine Carriages, Buggies, LANE & B0BLEY AWARDED BY GO. GOLD MEDAL THE ATLANTA COTTON EXPOSITION, on Turn Steam Engine and Saw JUblUted at AUanu tn 181. Manufacturers of Steam Engines, Boilers. Saw Mills. Oang Edgars. Lath Machines. Hub and Spoke Machinery, Shafting, Hangars, rollers, Couplings, Gearing, Urlst and Flour Mills head for Special Circular of oar .to. 1 flaatatloai saw Kill, wnlch we aell for JACKS FOR JENNETS. THE VERY HANDiOME IMFOUTED JACK, Gallau, and tha larga native Jack, l'eacock, Jr., both black, will serve lenneta at 23 for Jack colt, o f 13 for Jennet colt, and mares at 810 all to be colts. I. ten on all colts until paid for. V. J. I.YLE. 01 It Dsnvllla Ky. AND WAGONS PHAETONS, OF ALL KINDS. IMESIIt A KTJE FARM Deslrtngtogo West Ioflerto sell ray beautiful Utile farm of a 100 and old acres, well Improved and abundance oftock water, and In a high atat of cultivation, lying Immediately on tha turnpike between Biauroni ana iJincuter, a miles irom of a fetanfotd snd 3 miles from Lancaater, and mlla from Ullberls Creek Dest. U Wj uianufscture Carriages of all descriptions, Special attention given to Plantation Macmrdovtnir onlr flritclsjia wurkm.n anil min? onlr first-clarosterlal, and sell at reasooablaj chinery. Jllustraferf Circular Jfrt: ukui-sijie, woriuianaoip anu uisterial considCO., ered. 11J IAUMlli:ilTT A 1IYIIK. John Jt Water Bit., Cincinnati, $200. LANE & BODLEY t. ittrriiERFORn, TheLARGEST llberta Creek, Ky. D. PENNY & McALISTER, JTE'WELER.S. JbL. Q-AJFLI- STOCK of WAT0HES,CL0CKS, JEWELRY AAD SH.YEKWARE GARRARD COUNTY. Lancaster. The Concert ol Kosebud Academy under the management of Mrs. K. D. Potts wag successfully given at the Hall Friday LINCOLN COUNTT. -- . Hustonrillc. A suspicion or "mad dogs" threw our people Into a ferment a few days ago, and e led to a considerable filling ofi In the census, but in other respect no harm (. Iriih coin made in 1700. 1 Cooi'Klt Humuek, negro, was lodged in Mr. Italnbridge, a giddy thing of 77, jail here Saturday to terve out a fine of $100 and CO day Imprisonment for beating and MI Kmma Lewis, a gentle maiden of unmercifully aouie white children, agalnat 70, were married at Wnahingtou a day or whose father he had a grudge. Ilia trial two ago, Invitation are out for the marriage on waa before Judge llurcli, of Crab Orchard. Thursdav next or Mr. J. W. Sal lee, a Qiiovk ICennbev. Wo have It from thriving young merchant of Monticello, to the beat or authorty, that Oov. ISIaekburn Mis Pauline Owens, the opular and lua promlaedtu pardon Clrove Kennedy In handsome daughter of Mr. Mary Owens the near future. He ha pardoned many of this county. a worae man and we tee no eapeclal reuou ' Uncle Jerry Maxwell writes u that he why heihould bemoretevcreouOrovethan tla other. Ilealdr Grove aaya he Is going U on the way and will arrive at Johu with 35 head good grater to be a mighty good man when he again Lynn's breathe the free air of hi (larrard home. and 3 yoke heavy cattle. maYrIaoes. resulted. Having just returned from the mountains, and being much occupied at home, I have had no opportunity to obtain Ihe toplo of the lime. There Is no harm in slating that the cards are out for the marriage of Miss Paulino Owens ("Lena") and Mr. J. W. Bailee, or Wayne, on the 16th Inst. Hoc Owens is In Islington, prosecuting his preparations in anticipation or a busy season at the "Falls." The Cumberland Hirer has been unusually high during the Spring, and hence the season haa been thus far unpropitloua for fishing. The water, however, i now In good condition, and when I left, fishing waa very good. The improvements made In Ihe surrounding since my former visit are simply marvel oils. Hut it I not my purKjso to pud' this delightful resort. I will only add that on the night before 1 left Mr. Owen lighted mi ilia LToiindi bv mesiia of a system of treet lamps, and the ell'ect wa a scene of enchantment. nomination for Judge ol the Superior Court, but would It be at all out of place to instruct our delegate a to a second Klch-ard- s choice, and would not Major A. Ii be about the best man you can think of to get that vote 7 The army worm mado Its appearance in a wheat field of John Anderson a few milts below town Wednesday afternoon and had stripped tht field by Ihe next morning. The field wa small and the worm ha not appeared In aa great numbers as reported elsewhere. They havo struck the wheat of A. O. & Jaa. Uurnside, but are not doing a great deal or damage as the grain is too near ripe. Lancaster lias been overrun for several Two lots arrived day witli beggars. from Itlchmond one day. One consisted ol a woman and two children, a boy about 13 and a little girl about two yeara old. They were trying to get to Frankfort, but having heard the citiiens or Itlchmond dollars, had given them about twenty-livpeople did not tumble to the professional racket of the boy. The other consisted of a young woman with two small children. The youngest was such a decided brunette It caused a suspicion that she had not "drawn the color line" at exactly the right point, therefore, she thinks this is "the durn'dest mesnet place she ever struck." The Presbyterian church was crowded to Its utmost by the friends or Jno. M. Igan and Mis Lilla J. Smith, to witness their marriage last Thursday morning. The church had been darkened, and the lamps lighted which gavo an additional solemnity to the occasion. The bridal jarly arrived promptly at eleveu o'clock, and marched iulo the chuich preceded by Mess. J. C. Hemphill and Hugh Iaogan, who took a stand on either aide of the pulpit with the bride and groom between them, facing the audience, when In a cere mony remarkable for its beauty as well at it length, the Kev. J. C. Randolph pronounced them husband and wife. They left Immediately by carriage to Danville, hence to Cincinnati by rail. The bride was attired In a navy blue silk d res with hat lo match. The grooui waa In regula tion black and looked aa hippy aa if he had sold a big bill of clothing. It la un derstood Mr. Logan will make her home iu Lancaster, and society will not loe her for the present at least. e It I no doubt decidedly proper that Garrard ahould stand by Uurdett for the Oua Candidate rou (loviatroa When tha people are called upou to elect ao Important an aa their chief, tnev officer ot the Commonwealth should be thoroughly Infurmed as to the character of tha men who oiler for tho position. Mr democracy Is unquestioned, and I hare heretofore supported Judge M. II, Uwsiey for office, but will not do so again, and I am far from being alone In Ihla section where JuJgaOwalar Is best known. Let me give one lact stone: Ou Mondsy, theSth Init., Coininonwealttt'a case ot great Importance was set to b tried before an examining Court st Uarrard county, Kr.. In the Judge's own county, and while the trlsl waa In progress the Judge look his seat by tha defendant a d W. U llradley in tha defense. Tha defendant waa admitted to ball In bond of one thousand dollars. Tba caso referred to was tha Commonwealth agslnst lien Dunn, charged with poisoning a young lady of tha highest rcspectabllitr by giving her wine with cantharldea (Spanish ny)ln It, and his guilt was shown beyond the shadow of a doubt, and the public generally expressed their Indignation. Thesa are tha plain facta. Lets W. M. DUURI3. canold public Judga. Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. "Watohes, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired on short notice, and Warranted. PENNY & McALISTER DK4LltR IN DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY fhyslclsns' Prescriptions sccurately couiiounded. FANCY ARTICLES. Pharmaceutical Preparations a specialty. 500,000 PLANTS! FOIt NAI.r.I I hare for aale at my Meat Store E. P. OWSLEY Has Just Oponod a Pino Stook of Consisting of - AND - PLANTS OF ALL KINDS! BRAND NEW GOODS, Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, GENTS' FUENISHING GOODS. Also, a Nioo Lino And especially Sweet Potato, Cabbage, Tomato, &c, Raised by A. O. Fendleton. AH Orders from a Distance Promptly rilled. Address 40-- tf J. T. HAlUtlS, btanford, Ky. of & Stanford Female College. COMMENCEM'NT EXERCISES Ik Oricaa Hoiuk. 1882. GARPETS.OIL CLOTHS TRUNKS I am oponing daily a Full lino ot tho Best Goods in tho Markot.to be sold at Bottom Prices. Call and oxamlno. TIM W. HIGGINS, Salesman. Annual Sermon, Sunday, June lltli, At It a. M., .TOIKCnsr by ltav. V. W. Nolamd. CHURCH WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL DEALERS Books, cfc IN- - GO. Animal Conrcrf , Wed., June 1 1, At 8 o'clock P. . PIANOS AND ORGANS Sheet Thursday, June 10, 8 P. M Eeular Commencement Exercises, Conilstlugof Auuuat Address, Essays by Conferring Degrees, Ac. (iradu-ates, H::ii, ;:1 all Kinds of H..k.l Merchandise. NO. 66 WEST FOURTH ST., CINCINNATI, O. Grand PIANOS, Square HANUS, and Upright PIANOS, In Ilosowood, Satinwood, MaUogony, French Walnut ami Ebouized Cases, in elegaut designs to correspond with any stylo oi Furniture. Mm. N, '. THltKIIKAUT, l'rlnclpal. ST.ASAPHHOTEL Main St., Sluiii'ortl, Ky. Elegant Parlor Organs, ChaDel Organs, Ohuroh Organs, beau- JOHN DINWIDDIE,PR0'R. OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 With ono Manual, with two Manuals and Peduls, containing the most tiful, powerful aud useful combinations ever procured in reed Instruments. Vo invite the public attention to our largo aud well selected stock oi and our unequaled facilities for furnishing tho best class of instruments ut low rates. Wo purchase fur net cash iu BOARD, 92.00 PER DAY. larger quantities than any other houso in this city. The expenso of our ORGAN Department is far less than some housSpecial Accommodation to Commercial PIANO and Wo havo reached lower es doing exclusively n Piano anil Orgau trade. Travelers. prices than havo been tenuercu by auy dealers in tins market, and guarantee all instruments us represented. Wo sell on easy monthly or quarterly payBaggage Transferred Free of Charge ments, and any instrument taken on trial, uot proviug as represented, may, Wo solicit correspondence with persons detir at our espouse. Ilhave recently taken charge of this house be returned iut: to purchase, and take pleasure in answeriuK all inquiries. and intend to haye nrst-cla- PIANOS and ORGANS, ss accommodations. JOHN OHUROH it CO. -- rsrsac: vT 7- T onco wrolo something Kke Just beforo n Weslern-lwuntroin XflCTIIOtitlT, SOUTH. -- Hut J. H. Sma, fae- this: "Bear patiently tho disgusts of loft tho Union depot yesterday mom irj.inr. nertlfweferrMiindaf niorninKmi mini. & acters figure extcniivcly under n re- your calling, nnd bo stiro that tho oth- ing, a masher with his littlo grip sack I will deliver t ery mornlnt to rrnuUr tin- l'raer Meetlnga Thurmlaf itlahta. Aumlarffehnol ICST. leniere low eternity any al VIM) A H. J N. Hlm. Mnperlnlerxlrnt. Tb publican form of government; and er callings havo also disgusts to bo slid around to n woman standing near elte. ..in .Kianfnnl anil iiit hour ilurlne the onat It run . bo had at - .. . nreman-JllMKHwrr Seeletr meeta bar on lh ll a ., ncariiepoi, Aeemintnlii r j. n. ml of . In eath month, al 1 o'elock. Mra. T. T, the ticket ofllco and remarked : Jnno 13, 1882 tho nconlo should study and under borne. Morning, Tuesday al the f tree j week tiarleu, I'mMeM. stand them, and be able to distinguish Tho young man has osnceinl need to K. t: tl.lHKIMV. "Excuso mc, hut can I bo of any ll 1 CM I 32 'TIA.I3BII.I231 IAITI8T.-n- T J M. naitrn. faater. Serrlre ho knows his own difficulbetween them correctly, nnd to reflect that assistanco in purchasing your ticket?'1 .) On HffoM and Hun.1,.,. mrnlnan,l InriftttMill, The Codfish. Mich truly according to his ties nnd discontents, and docs not know nliht. J'rirer Mealing aterr We.netr afler- "iNo, sirr was tho short reply. CINCINNATI SOUTH NUN DIVISION mnin. numiar ecnooi al r so a. bird very eelttam deserts. ii. h. narrow This tropical thoso of his fellow-ma"Beg pardon, but I shall bo glad to But it is not Superintendent Day 'Arm wings his wny so fnr west as WyoTho statesman Is a man of eminent tho young alono who sco all tho dark sco Hint your trunk is properly checkSTATIONS. CIIIllSTIAN. Worahlplirlha ronaregallun ar ming. Ho loves the sea brceres and ability and integrity versed in tho of,theirown place, nnd sco only light ed," ho confined. .M. I'.Jt. I'M. Treaehlng t.r Hr J. W. rb "1 Ut41' "'J'? I7.m fnJ "! humid ntmosphero of tho Atlantic scienco of government, and tho art of about other places. "It has been checked, sir." SU IWHI at -I.e. Clmrtrmitl. Jo. Herrrance, Aiflnlemlent. 8hool when isolated in this povcrnincf. Ocean, nnd " (leorgelawD. .- .- UK 4lllW No small sharo of tho miseries of A trulv creat statesman "Yes ahem you go West, I pro " LfidMlim.... II Hi 11111 St piirailYTKlllAN. WUTII -I- ter I, K. M.BI- . luountaiu clime, pines tor his nativo is guided by elevated and enlarged life grows from too keen a sonso of sumo?" " NICIielaMllle IIM TIl'ltM l tot, paiior eniniiar ttttmi al I V Jnhn W " lllh Hrl.lj4).. (It lit 11 Dent, Hparlntenlent. Union t'rajer Meeting on homo. views, and devoted to tho interest and present discomfort, and too great a "I do." " ban?IMe.. I IS ittltM .. .. ne.ineiar nlghla codfish can not sing, but is wclfaro of his country, regardless of confidence that theso discomforts havo Tho " Jlinelton ...,. SM, I US "Going as far as Chicago ?" " IVHiieteel 100.., Ian prized for his beau til ul plumage, and tclusli, sectional and partisan consid- no equivalents in other men's lives. "Yes, sir." " IVtlnt llHrmMe Ill .., SOI) STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, ' llotkwno.1 seductive odor. 8 00 l They are, in fact, present in nil lives. erations. I also "Ah yes to Chicago. rfi Oilj 1140 Ml .... III ItiT ST NTANtlltUl, KV , Tho codfish of commerco is dovoid an Tho envied peopio havo troubles ns tako tho train for Chicago. Beg your Tho jurist is a man of eminent Arr CliatlaiMOKa ... of digcttivo apparatus and is moro or ability, learning nnd integrity, who is well as tho envious; and perhaps their pardon, hut didn't I meet you in BufA.M. tVVU-5, 0, WINE, less permeated with salt. 74 l.rr. ChattiMnga- - W. versed in the scienco of tho law, cspo duel happiness is tho craco to bear falo lost fall ?" 7 KI'llHl Oily .... IM Cod (lili on toast is not as expensivo cially tho civil and municipal law and troublo with equanimity. ' llxfkwtwl ., "No, sir I" nniLntiN SIT MM ' I'olnl IkafMfle... I St as quail on toast. tt 44 Tho thought has a wider applicathe law of nations. "Ah Then it was in Syracuio?" Mftftumenla, " fonvar.i-- t 10 ball is mado of the Tho codfish HeatlHume, " JniwilMi Cllr ... .i Tho politician is ono devoted to po- tion; n happy philosopher has conject"No, sirl" i arise! 1 4 Tat.leta, Ar CM I 4 Danrlltai shattered remains of tho adult codfish litical afiairs, nnd who dabbles in pol- ured that happiness is pretty equally "No? I wonder whoro I havo seen Matl.le Work ' Will till tl i 4 10 klmla mixed with the tropical Irish potato itics for a living. ' NKlNtaatflki... al all eami-idistributed, and tells a story of how, you beforo?" t,railr l "' Islington . . 4o' ft non ot commerce. ami Mlli-f- c Tho partisan is tho adherent of a in his fancy, tho sous nnd daughters "You saw mo enter tho depot about dMiritetftwH.. Tii 4ll Arr ClnetaMll .. lion Tho codfish has a great wealth of party or faction, who devotes his timo of men were assembled and permitted fivo minutes ago with my husband, I ivojioa 4 I when ho to its advancement, and serves his to lay down cacli his bundlo of cares, presume I" glad, unfettered amilo. ALMIAMA OIUJAT MlimimtN. A.M. Tim feebl nnd rnmrinlnl. itiflVrlnir from at any thing ho has that same party instead of his country. laughs and afterward to tako up from tho ISO "Your husband?" Honeppllia or niilirr.n, n in nnv form. are ml. l.e. Clta tlawraga.. " Allalla It Ml wide wist of mirtli nnd back tcetli r lion Tho demagogue is ono who employs hugo heap tho bundles ho preferred. "Yes, sir, nnd if you'll only stay vleeil. fur the) miko vtr lhti-ller-own lhlr ami " IHriuletfltahi., S la .. ... mental comfort. In ' Mmnitrli that Mr. Talmago has. The Wyo- specious nnd deceitful arts to deccivo But each found his now burden so around hero threo minutes longer Hitter, (.ailim.f h Ht irli Tuiutiiaaa ..., . n Arr. MerMlan. .., woo nixl IK retiamn ming codfish is generally dead. Death and control tho people, panders to much moro Railing than the old ono you'll mako tho fifth fellow of your tettity In ila larnil-l"lnii MerMtta .. . '. i i 4 an in most cases is the result of cxposuro popular prejudices, and engages in ne- that all returned nnd nsked to bo al- kind that ho has turned over to tho Willi IlicaOultrr.itril ian rtrrvnltrrr, ill"u-t,- m. " Tuealo liiit iranf rommrrrr. ...,!t 10 rrll It m lira &. ami iihkI ul all " Hlrmlngham.. .... Ilted and loss of appetite. No ono can farious nud corrupt practices to cull lowed to lay down tho now and tako coroner this month J" H AlUIk (tonmdilfn. . J look at tho codfish of commerco and and mislead tho multitude. t cm Air. ClMtta back tho old. Tho fancy is not mero Somo mnshers would havo mado n PMirra! shed n tear. Fnr from homo with not youth ever read fancy. Wo can best bear tho disgusts run for it, but this ono didn't. Ho No honest-hearteVICKSIIUltll ANII MI.HIIiIAN his system filled with salt, while his tho history of tho ancient republics to which wo are accustomed; wo littlo went oil on the gallop, and ns ho wantie JH ' Mr. tefMan7.7. ....T " IVreal .... internal economy is gone, thero is an without burning with indignation know tho weight of nnother man's ed to go light ho lelt Ids grip saok and V t 41 " I!ratln .. 4 nir of sadness and homesickness and over tho recital ot tho specious and bundle; it surely oppresses him; it n ton of brass behind him. ' i Detroit U i SM Arr. Vhkaenrir. ......... . briny hopelessness about him that no deceitful artifices of the demagogues, would surely oppress us mora than our Free I'ros. - lllt'.MIVtT PhflllAM.I. lUIUTH T- OVleklmrg..7. I ISO ono can ceo unmoved. who by misleading tho people brought own. Jaekaon ...... an The New Siamese Twins. j SIS " llramlen It is in our homo life, however, that about the hnnl overthrow ot their lib! X W " Portal ... The brothers Tocci, born in Turin The Advantage of Being a Bor. si codfish makes himself felt and tho erties. f American Kegister. 111 A lwy is generally born when ho is in 1877, aro considered oven moro cu Ami tlllrlljr lhi IVjHiUr llOHlf, anVillnc. at II Arr MerHkn . When ho enters our mprrl'r acrotHttiolallMM lu VICKSIItlrm. Mil IIHVKIMIIT ANII I'Al IHIC. very young nnd gels to bo a man be- rious than tho famous Siamese twins. ilnt( lMtltattgf-ja- il Fighting a Swamp. houschould, wo feel his fYeTVktialairg i IIM fore his mother. A boy is not so They havo two well formed bends, Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, presence, jiko trie ponumo ot wood IWU it an i Pa., were supposed to be an in- - skittish as a girl. lie takes n mouse, two pairs of arms, and two thoraccs, Thf Nnrlli, Northwrataml Wnt. In . Arr. Manne .... dead violets or tho seductive odor of a i rati, If jou Man roe...... noceut sort of bog until tho New York, which would scare his sister half to with all internal organs; but at tho rvntriniilal a trip In anr illtrtllen, jewr Intern, .......... .. ... ID mouso in tho piano. " IWta I 40 . will tielxtitrTf0 hr urtha-irijour llcWtf f la i ilO ...I Air. Vkkeemrg. . Friends may visit us and go away Pennsylvania & Ohio Railroad Com- death, and ties a string to its tail and lovel of tho sixth rib they coalesce K. CanJ Cincinnati. STralftarath war 2, t'alam an, Klnrant New Par (Viirhra, and bo forgotten with tho advent of n pany undertook to lay a solid roadbed swings it over his head. Then ho is into ono Irmly. Thoy havo only ono hamlxHitrlr ifnrnlihrj to JIIIIN SCOTT, . IV .ml lleik Mala. Ohk Mm I'nalr Ura torsi imowvs iiio.v itirrnit-- s nro OkK - I". WIIjxiN, 0. 1'. now face, but the cold, calm, silent across them. At first a few thousand in his glory, and laughs at bis sister, nbdomau, ono umbilicus, ono nnu?, Ilia unr.jmlf.1 yuti nirDll ef ililt Okl IMlaMo, It'r, n crrlnlii ruiij flir nil iIIko.isoi r a II. im cubic yards of earth were dumped up- who is looking for a knot-holnnd one loft leg. Their llierttir making a trip over Ihla line one ul luiu-rlo- IlilAN.iih. I'. A. A. II. iinefMHiii. lit II. cui,, to hido ono right log, H. ll'jr, UoitUiMM(a,'reMt., corpse of a codfish can not bo forgotten. Trjr II. ami cenifert msiiiIi lnn n omploto Ionics ...(.. .. .. J. .. . VHUlMtM, I' Its chastened influence permeates the on tho surfaco by the contractor with in. He wears no laco bibs or corsets, genital organs consist of ono penis and TIME TABLE, I.N KFFKOT MAY II, IIM. 4. ll.llilil , F.l. MiflUUlK.AII.I'.I". Iff, - 8. A P. Jllaa.: JOB A. careless generosity, as much as if to petticoats or skirts. 11 y, Mom rue, u. scrotum, nud at tho back thero is n AVnnt of Aiirlllo, inllluitt entire, ranch. It steals into tho parlor U1 Kil'TII. if II. t sG.er Iiiwi oT SlrotiKtli, Irfick nf ICtirt-Bf- , A boy possesses ten times moro rudimentary nialo genital organ, from liko an unbidden guest nnd llavors say, "That will satisfy your appetite, Mrvnutli-ciilo. Kurlclici tho CONDENSED TIME. tho cos,tly curtains and tho high priced my good friend." But when tho earth cheek than a girl, but if lie docs any which urino sometimes escapes. It is Lre. CotlngUn . . S DO a m 2 45 nl in 6 M p M III 7 IS j ni tho imiKclm, nntl kUpm now 1'almowth Ill 4 immediately disappeared and left no mischief, he owns up to it with n n curious fact that tho richt lee moves lambrequins. It enters tho dark DO " Cjnthlana . D 21 II III II lb to tlio ncni-ft- . Acts IILu a OS " II closet" and dallies lovingly with our trace behind a coarser diet was substi- bright, smiling face. Girls aro a deal only under control of tho right twin Arr. Islington. . II IS a in1 S 00 ii hi clinrm on Iho iIIkckIIvo orKniiH, pm 7 & in swallow-tai- l coat. It goes into your tuted. The company purchased from of troublo to their parents, who have (.named lsaptisto), whilo tho other is Lre. Islington 30 i ml 7 SO iu rriiioliiC nil iIjnioiIu miitoina, pm Uli Wlneheater mii-l-i n s taslltiK lliu I1miI, Ilclcliln-- , sleeping apartment and makes its a furnaco the accumulated cinders of to keep them until somebody falls in movable onlv by tho left twinfnamed Arr. lit, Strrllng 2 M p in I 30 lp iu 3 10 M " Aafiland llAII.ItOAl) J lent In llio KIiiiiiiicIi, Itcarlliiirn, 7M p It SI a 1 home in your glove box and your ten years and sinco January about love with them and marries them. Jacob). As n result, they aro unablo " 8 OS p m 10 a ml etc Tlio only Iron I'lvpnitilloii 5,000 carloads of this substantial pro- Not so with tho boys he takes caro of to walk. Iho left foot is deformed, " lluntlnftnn handkerchief case. TKAINS (lOlNO NOIITII. No. S. Hint will nut IiIikLoii llio loctti or No I North. That ,is why wo say that it s a sol- vender have been dropped into tho horses, works in the mine and raises a nnd is nil example of talipes cquinus. rll Hon. Maacn f, f5t Hlo liratlat lio. HoliI liy nil Huntington .. G SO a ra 1 W a in . . . . of a codfish. swamp 8 voracious maw without visi cabin. All tho girls do for excrciso is J'.ich infant has n distinct moral per Lrn. Atl.Un.l KI-emn thing to take tho lifo nt $1.00 a IkiIHc 7 06 a w 1 4 a nil ' C 00 a iu Leo. Klctiiueml . Ja Wo would not do it. Wo would pass bly decreasing its capacity. Occa- to mako dolls, chemises nnd crotchet sonality; ono cries while tho other is " Mt Sterling 11 20 p raj S St a in " Ijinoaater. . ..M . 0" co. iiiiowv 12 " Wlneheittr II a in' ni " l.ltlnjitoa 7 10 " Itnlliiniiiv, Mil. him by a thousand times, no matter sionally at night there aro evidences work, whilo the boy, the spark of man- laugning; one is nwaso wnuo mo oiner Arr. Ixlngton IS p in 7 oO a CraW tlrctiard. . ., " J , e it. a r- - w f .u. i. . r.i rhi When ono is sitting up, the Lre. Islington.- - 2 00 p la 7 SO a m .... Stanford W" . how ferocfoushe might be, rather thau of repletion, but in tho morning the kind, is putting up a job to play on sleeps. . ir ii raff.t " I'arla. Mp li i 9UJI mi 9 00 a m ..... ... "' Sliellir at ... 9 St " nrtWARE or imitations. " Cjntlilina... take his lifo and havo our once happy murky water presents an unruflled his teacher, or playing the glorious other js in a position almost horizon3 DinTltleJutMllon... M" Klmouth. 4 40 p m 10 81 a in 6 SO a m face and asks for more. road- gnmo of baso ball. " MltehHN4Hirg.. Pre3se Medicalo Beige. Hurrah! then, tal. A solid IOM home haunted forever by his unholy 15 ra II 41 a iu Wam Arr Oitlnglon lVwirAfl t .'II 00 " bed could lie laid by entirely avoiding fur tho boys. They are tho standard New HareeL.., Nye's Boomerang. . It 10 p M presence. MAYSVILLK DIVISION. Juduk 0V8LEY. Speaking of GuThirteen-year-ole a Arr. I4mmi Jwnelloa. . . . It 47 the swamp, but the company has ele- bearers of the world! " . t 10 JlirnllleS bernatorial candidates, the Winches rio. laLT.IilngUHi pn Arr. l4lngtoa9 Stfmt " ClrnHnoatlJanelUa. Rapid Transit For Lire Stock. vated its corporate back and does not Schoolboy. Ne 14 " MiittilleSllaui. " lwlnilll " J 2ani ter Democrat says; "Judge Owsley No. IS " I'arla SO a i A train of 10 improved stock cars, intend to bo beaten by a miserable Marafllla 9 lOasi I'anaS, Lea. 7xn The question as to which is the big- lives at Lancaster and presides over Ns. 18 " Mararlllel2Mmi TIIAINS (101NI1 MOUTH. containing 158 head of fine Western tamarack swamp as long as there is a gest fool in Congress, Moore, ot Ten- tho Circuit Court in that district. Ho Train No. 1 ami 2 run dallr j all othera dall cattle, arrived at tho Sixteenth street dollar in the treasury. "TTIwh iTRa: Tm7aiT nessee, or White, of Kentucky, is a is a gentleman of intellect and cult- eirepl Sundir. Sprcll llatea Iu KnilinnU. for o'clock Sunyard in this city at 11:-1tltketi, rate! and Information pertaining to time, Ltiu LouliTllle. .. SM a m SYMPTOMS OF A mighty close one, with the odds, we ure, has manners as popular as any conneellona, Ac , eall on or adJreta Chickens That Would Not Swim. Lto. Stanford day night. Tliis train left Chicago . 7 M pui 8 T. SWIFT. AkI.. Iiinitun. " UobUrthard. Tho toughest story of the season think, a little in favor of the latter; body in Kentucky, is honest and the C1IAS. Hi " noon and ran to isutiaio on nuay I BKOWN. O P. A T A. 4 10 Arr. Urlbiplon .. ., of Appetlt , llr.welt eoativo l'aln In J. II. KLLIbON, Uen'l Mauarer Lto. Iaeaitrr . smcero inend of tho people, nud is slow time, but from Buffalo to New comes from Sullivan, Maine. Some though wo confess that, as a t JO tho IIoa.1, witii s .lull aeueation In tho Arr Itkhwoml- -. wo may bo eomewhat partial ono of thoso union men who shook time ago a hen was set upon ducks' n York a speed of from 30 to 45 miles btk prt. l'aafterunJor the) Hhoulderc blaile, rullnoaa miine, with illtln-Fashions for hands across the bloody chasm in all an hour was maintained. This is said eggs, and in due timo the ducklings to our own jackass I mat Ion to cxerti m if body or mind. PULLMAN PALACE CARS "Fashion sincerity and truthfulness, nnd has were out and on their way to the near- babies exhibit no change. Irritability i rten p r Lt'- - apllitt, with to be the quickest trip ever made by a leelincuf lunni u uloct. 1 .oinoiluty, To Meuiphli, Utile Ifecr, MoWle, Meiiliomerr, Ueutrt-ioa- , a live stock train. The improved cars est water. Biddy was much alarmed Item. That's so. Wo took Virge never faltered in his devotion to the l.iailne.a. Klutterlne at tho aol New Orleatii. Heart, Dut b lore tho oyea. Yellow akin. Babbago'8 baby on our lap tho other democratic party, accepting its nomienable each animal to occupy separate at the apparent folly of her brood; Emlrraiite InTexaa lhelreklteHwofiMilMHeadache cnorai'r over the rlttht eye. tla Mempklaor ila New Uileaita. Time wutli ltalioMno. with lUful drcauia, highly stalls; each stall is provided with ilex-ibl- o but after a few days sho lost all fear, evening, and it played us tho same nees whether they woro the blue or nmikrraiid ratea lotr tban ,j any other colored Urine, and route II la aloollio gates, so that the animal can he and each morning led them to the trick another baby did forty years tho gray with equal zeal and fidelity." CONSTIPATION. down and move about without coming water and patiently waited until they ago. Which inclines us to the opinaVaaaMaMHnaWaWHtWMM QUICKEST, CHEAPEST AND BE8T Tho best way to prevent children TITTT- - riMr.rpprrlnl1ndaitrUo in contact with each other. There were done bathing. After a few weeks ion that baby fashions never do it r(1rrl aiirlin rlmnga urli iiw from reading books and papers that Ilouto toall In MImuuH, Kauaaa, IlllnoU, Breckinridge News. ot frrllHU in Id nMunlftll llir ufTrrrr aro also facilities for watering and feed- the.ducks were nble to take care of change. Indiana, Iowa, N, trail o, lolotaOe AraaoM. lny Iiirrrn Hit ltrlllrTii auto tit hivo a bad influence upou them is to themselves, and the ben was set upon Ouljr ooe hao( to Clileaia, M IauU aitj Ijit. 1 i1 (wit ftikp ing tho stock without unloading. The Ir!Ttttilr 4rilun n l)ili itirtn This is a recipo for fruit cake which ror ruitlitrmfurniatloii about ilcaeta to Ihe tM.i.rlttntl weight of tho 158 cattle, just before eggs of her own kind. When the is also sometimes called wedding or supply them with plenty of books and tlrwiau, Ilrinlir ftiiMda tin pro Niulli, Kaniaa, Colorado, an i e Hunt ratea lo IHs!! will haven good influence tluoM U Miirmy M., S. Y. riorlila, a.l.l.T" t'. 1. A'l till Hi:, leaving Chicago, was 220,098 pounds, chicks were hatched she had not for black cake: One pound each of flour, papers that STILL LEADS WITH THE OrK 1Urn 1'aaa, aoJ Ticket Aft., luliilll, Kj Tho mind hungers for upon an average ot pounds per head gotten what appeared to be maternal butter and brown sugar, threo pounds food them. kind, Aiilbonr, At., ctanlonl. Ky. ami if good is not of some SIASR harly yesterday morumg the entire duty. She led her flock to the water, of currants, threo pounds of raisins will take tho first that 158 head were nt the Six but to her surprise not one entered. (stoned and chopped), one pound of supplied it NEW 'av klUm &it i .Kli. . n anod toaliinur v ,.t 1 In litiuDra. Iiitn tcenth street yards, in the presenco of After Borne tfrao spent in talking to citron cut this in thin slices twelve comes within its reach. a natural co jr a ih Irtanlaneuutly en.14 iy ItniO'tia or arm br " ciNT., on rtcupt of II their owner, Mr. 1. U. Eastman, and them in her language, trying to con- eggs, one cup of molasses, ono ounce Tho Washington Itcpuhlic suggests III Tl T, 33 Ml ItltAY M'.IV lOIIH. vince them that it was their duty to several other gentlemen, nud their .r aa irrra ainrii. mUi.i..ku . ,UnU. cinnamon and cloves, and two grated that tho custom of strewing (lowers I alt UJU lunleU found to bo 222, go into tho water, she became exas- nutmegs. This cako should ba baked over tho graves of our dead heroes on weight was 1HC DlSCaSCS OF perated at what looked Jiko disobedi870 pounds, an avurago of 1,410. Decoration Day could bo improved in a pan with paper in tho bottom aVfflfe YOUTH nnd MANHOOD showing an nverage shrinkngo of ouly ence on the part of the children, seized If the cake is not to bo used nt once by introducing the custom of planting BY, ACUIOCTO HEALTH WITH20 'pounds. Tlio usual shrinkage un them ono by one, and threw them in, do not frost it; the cako itsolt will flowering hushes, so that our silent OUT MmiCINI der the old system, of transportation, drowning tho whole lot. IV AI'IIUKIANilSIHl'l Il, li I pwl.tiu keep for months, nnd in fact timo im- acres of tho dead might bo converted rl. u Till: ONLY I.IXK KUNM.NC t. iu with lirnat but art is from 70 to 100 pounds ur per head A Bisiioi' on a Flay. A good proves it, but tho frosting will become into gardens of bloom and verdure. I ,11 I I l IMI Una. k AND SELL THE BEST All of Mr. Eastman's cattle were in bishop over in New Jersey has pro discolored and uninviting. and llrilil, Itrlt "I'rrrrtpll n? wl' lilict, r I' o . - Addren whilo taking A fine couditiiui yesterday. They will hibited amateur actors who M Uaa 214, Mil.aokte, Wit. PUDLISHEII aro among BUGGY ON THE Tilt Prof. Youug, in discussing the sun's down tho names and ages of her pu-- WITHbe shipped to Europe per steamer tho faithful in his dioccso from playing n few days. Tho improved "The Two Orphans," tho leadincr rea heat, says that, if it wero surrounded pils, nnd of their parents, nt tho begin-in- g FOR THE MONEY. Pullman Sleeping Conches ! of tho term, asked ono little felcarsrwhich belong to the New York son being that in tho drama a Sister of by n shell of ice ono niilo in thickness, RELIABLE SELF-CUR- E surfaco touching tho photos low: "What's your father's name?" Live Slock Express Co., will be sent Charity is mado to tell a lie in order the inner SEND FOR CATALOGUE phere, it would melt its way out in two "Oh, you nced'nt tako down his name; A fatvorltei ftf An fif th to Maine some time during tho week to save another ot tho characters in uoat notvd fcn4 ucrrfu npulhtt In th U.hk for the purpose of taking a load of fan- tho niece. Somo nconta mnv I in in. hours and thirteen minutes, lius will bo's to old to go to school to a now rnrr1 for ttirurof Arrow ItrbiHtVe AND TESTIMONIALS OF lKt J4P4Py, Hul JirtMlOOtJ Hn4M N. Y. Times. clincd to think the bishop's objection bo an interesting experiment for our woninn," was tho innocent reply. cy cattlo to Chicago. U DlUf U14 cau fill tU 4ld tU . To young peopio to try during the long Addrtit DR. WARD & CO.. Lou liana. Mo. HUNDREDSOF LIVERYMEN Some editor has very truthfully reThe Spectator says: "That the want rather far fetched, but the majority of winter evenings. It will cost them Tiiiiouoifijii: nOWSYLW of sedentary men is air rather than tho very small class that stick to tho nothing for the ice, for Venuor says marked that typographical errors aro WHO HAVE USED THEM -truth will bo clad to learn that any n necessary adjunct of all newspaper exercise, that tho ovil is not done to Grandest Scenery in America 1 laWatr to ho oceans of it. there aro going offices. Their supposed uso is to make -- ADDRESS tho constitution so much by Bitting as religious authority has considered it Norristown Herald. &? ItraratiaLai Iltrallllr. iMMit-Mfll..r I'unneet'ng direct In l'enn l)et for tUHrrLiruu Wrnkllhl ki I peopio laugh at tho stupidity of the by sitting in study rooms, and that an wortli wbilo to raise his voico against txltmuA AffVlUe. ftitvflKll trrtrl atriMlbr I Hi1 iijeUs, i iik t il ir rtuJii lil Sadie West, who plundered Mr. printers, nnd to mako tho editor hour a duy in the garden would bene- any Kind ot lying, i'rom being meretti ii ir4k UMawdcjlrlM inln4btb 4v4JrvM,X ..!, Y. frM MMnlMM4 lklr fit them quite as much ns a severe ly a leading political and business vir-tu- Alexander Swift, of Cincinnati, in swear when reading over his paper af w4 Uari4MMMUlaillb4p4r4fUUkfa IlkMlalrtkak. J rr-i- , AdJrrM. int. in . lying has become so popular with New York, was tried, convicted nnd ter it is printed in a. Mt, h The Only Direct Mne to Ua il country walk. Certainly, that is true LnTliMrHi:il II1LUTIIIIU V KAKH. h. to nervous strength, upon which so all classes that no man, merely be- sentenced within thirty-onhours. Virginia anil tlm Oirolluaw. COLUMBUS Professor 1'roctor has a now girl OHIO. HARRIS REMEDY much of tho happiness of lifo depends. cause ho belongs to a church, is sus- The trial was hurried swiftly through IlKH:it!.N(hX nud, although only a few weeks I I'lli teen handling jrout Okntmuk" ijHtt ThLet OiHiea, I Tlckelt aro on aale at RIUEDT An hour passed in strolling in the pected of telling the truth when an in order that Mr. Swift could dart for old, "PROf.HARRIS PaSIlUt lua waguna, r liaelun, etc ,fur the ami at the deneral tllliee of I In I .1 (). Hallway, it inherits and ovinccs its father's lirewater IbJ Ikftl kuBer untruth would suit his purposo better. Europo, nnd he gave his ovidence, reI ftlMi Srrv.lttl 4au4 fktlUftl DtUl open air, slow strolling, or even put four jean. So Jar the hare ttlfeu in re atillu MtiliiMrrt-l- , l.niilirllli-- . taste tor astronomy. Its researches nt aotlifactlan to all who hare bought Itieui, and L r lrtMuur I ibftiiuUtM b4 will repair mental fatigue better To claim that religious pooplo should covered his property, including his ,, ' If Ulthl hNMf CMIM e aell a great manjr more tlila l'or ruilhor lnformatloi, aJ.l-J C. UI1N8T, present extend no farther than tho aeaaon to lo able In " iwowwii TkW K.1r than an hour's strong exercise; while not, eveu in dramatic fiction, ho al- passago tickets, and was on board the thananr oflno nrerloui year,. TruatlnK llcneral rloulhwrtlerii Agent, lwlttille. Ult lt k,f T ft. MlMtlMaaeMMlk),aiearw.L milky way. Ut UetUlttwTtrtCMt .! 'BatltklM will to aula to fill all onlera iromitl jr, I am, jou til an hour of close mental application in lowed to lie is a long but startling step steamship before tho verdict of guilty ?. W. hMITII, (I. NlMttUUiliM,HMfc II. (Jm'I Nkiiolu lUmta, I.(erjriuan. w4h IU1. 1'Vk.Ltkl A llrIUi. hw I !( 1. Otta'l Manager, I'wi'r Ag'l. Lafarette, Ind. was rendered. a study, overheated room, perhapt in the right direction. They say thero is a man in tho Gunnison country only 20 years old who lull ot lumes of gas, will 'take it out (Hcxtlxukn: We hare 1con ualnn and telling If protection is so much of a bless Ad Italian has invented a process has work In Claike oountjr for tho luiit of you' more than n whole day of the ing, why is it that tho workingniQU in killed twenty-seve- n men already. jronr with the Lett aallafactloa to ouraelrea lour auJ jreara ! same strenuous work in a room with every brauch of business aro more for solidifying wine. A small quanti- It is very raro that a young physician cutloiuera. Your bugnlea are unlrerullr ty of tho substance, stirred in water, br our cuttouiera to lm the verjr beat open wiudoivs or with free ventilation, dissatisfied with their wages now than attains a practice liko that at tho ago rr the tirlco that can bo bought In the cuuutrjr Your Comblnallun Srlng lluggr ll pronounced Tho Most Durable and Stylish Buggies and or so largo that tho air is not percepti- they have been at almost any period reproduces tho articlo to its original of 20. bjr alt to U the fluett, aoftett, and eaileat riding bly affected by those who breatho it. in our history ? It is truo that pro- state. A French chemist, according wagon buggy now In use. t our llrewtter A man in tho suburbs calls his wifo la trrlalnlr without a rlral. Taking all In all Phaetons Newton, calculating in a garden, suffers tection protects, but its goldon wings to tho London Medical Newt, found cannot bo wa foarleMljr tajr that "Shadow," because sho is continually beaten In Ihe couiitrjr for your buittflet and dura, tljle, dalab, from calculating almost as littlo as if aro thrown not over tho day laborer means ot crystalizing brandy, which YOU MKKT WITH AUK TIIOSB MADI! 1IY following him around. Wo tako it bllltjr, Yourt truly, resembles alum in appearance, nnd he did not calculate." and the mechanic, but over tho inanu XKAHJIIIT A 0IUIU. readily. Tho object of both for granted that he is afraid of his own rrlnglltld,Ohlo. Yonkors Statesman. Wouldn't it bo a good idea, while facturing millionaire, who grinds his processes is to facilitate transportation. Shadow. (Iuntliueh' I hare had la lltrerr now for . Ilobesou has his grip on tho Republi- employe down to the last mill. IN. "V V. aiwut a dollar for It's u mean boy, who knowing that orer two yoart, and hare notluok uoarlr aa goolre Tho father ot a family saw his plum Y. Herald. aa palra on Iheiu, and they can party and his clutch on tho Speak8 & 0 Publio Lauding, Cinonnati, new, jure nan buggiea 01 aererai oiner uianu. trees despoiled of their fruit. Sus- his sister's young man is still in the laeturcrt, and Ilivd uone ao good aa the Coluiubui Hu furratftloiiue er's gavel, to unseat every Democrat Accortliuir to Dr. Kdward Smith, an latr ti uuKgy uoiunauj'B ouggiea. liefiiecuuiiy, pecting his children, ho called thorn parlor will slip down stairs near who did not receive over 500 majority egc contains 15 per cent, of carbon, T. U. llaoauHAN, and gaily ring tho breakfast Conycrt, Ueorgla. together, nud said: "One of you has A tomhlnatton of Tro at the last Congreional election? and 2 per cent, of nitrogen. Another stolen my plums, and know which is bell. I This would simplify matters, eusuro a writer estimates that the valuo of oue OaNTLkMKa: The buggiea I litre bad of your Jtarhtimt l'Jiuihortt(n the guilty oue, for ho has u leaf on the ejlltfactloii. ulran ua it tutliitithtm iaji. 11m Why is paper money moro valua-bi- uanufaoturo liar lliavo erer entire fur Iho aaiuoj working majority at all times, nud pound of ecK, as food for sustaining uawl They am Iho butt onli jtrrint rut ton oftron his 11030." And guilty ono than com t liecauso you double aioouut oi money, lourairuiy, CIIIC U'KI HOC WtithrH tft cue Mr. Itoliesou au unquestioned! tho aetivo forces of the body, is to tho end of naivete, foreseen the tho father, 1. Colliki, IJreryuan, by trrtfteBo ehariictrriMtleof it when you put it in your pocket, and Joplln, Mltaourl, right to dive down as deep into tlie VKIUU Ul IJIIU IJUUUII Ul ICUII IX'Cl us had tho ff V'frorr ir''rvjMirffffm. to denounce himself by rubbing the when you tako it out you find it inl liilUuiF7I i I iV In lay pra' u t, ami in it viit rlr'utttof cash box as he did in the good old 1,081 is to 900. Asa IKSiU ) (liUfTLKUUN! I hare been ronneeted with tho ua iwvutr-iiMt i.u tjjv .b mart uli tlul lu, lUuran ) ar um in iT r ula creases. days of Grant ism. Wo submit this onu pouud of eggs is about equal to end of Ids nose. uianufai,luroofautldeailii ill Loiurloa for tlflccu lu x J us u U'l- - iu ii any riitj hi ftirv u ir f ait lto tiil aia in J 4JUM ll Mitiihli. lit I fttilui. lioahiutyliait ii.nnifr) iri'-tii)aiuruiuuwuuhrrulcurv. yeara. Yeor work uoea Hot kwk Ilk looet 'aetory ti.f ihu plan to the gentleman from New Jer- oue pound of beef. imi it'tj: wl rmoslit lutut Mr. U. K. Yourip, or Alleghany City.l'a., nn. iimiv jki it4ijiuMKrta.auiiiruuii.r wood, Iron it I lrtw rth.t u m ikftf, rvaeo U any U a iiriiiarauuu uva'ie Tho ofiioial hangman of Germany work, butaitd tuioothly llulthol In uird lu Ihe uMi'nmnljf in tv I. ut li a r initjuu4 wrllea; "Dlseaeu ami luU'erini; hail comtrlifluilni;. Matclal aiming Bostou Globe. sey, Ki HAMl hle. .HUtllAUttU W.WJ.-- i llK I. Hurt ItylamriirHilK To Makk T3UtiTi AIkat Tknrku. pletely dUoouruxed uie. I took no pluaaiire advertised that ho would tako an ap- t'nluiubut lliiy dwiauy'a huwloa hat rofcd lo Slui Wash Avrntifl. rr i "i nt. ai.t n v rctii be n f the LmI. Thee run llifct. Krerronelo The talent of success is nothing ltuftMCiilartoiTtnhltHM Soak it in vinegar and water; if a in Ml ing. I found no comfort In living. prentice, and ho had four hundred ap- Itatt ceiuuty who bate bounht your buaytea are lutttirut tifttlthful toum la wetl iileatedi they tlie Iho heal olaatbbtllou. moro thau doing what you can do well, very larKo piece, for about twelve I felt mraelf a burden, ami wy mind bor- plications in six days. (U if lijettt r oryitHa ami i unit Irulr. m and doing well whatever you do with-out'- a hours. Tor ten pounds ot beef use dered on Insanity. I)y'p!a and urinary twnK MHtcm,mahln(t K. II WaTT, WUchealer, Ilia. it upileull to ticnmtt A perfectly aafe preparation of Iron and thought of fume. If it comes at threo quarts of water to three quarters disorder troubled me, I tried lirowii' JMilttttt Ia of Ami Iron Itlttem, and noWj that tttr, VrvMtntttan of tt,tt all," it will come because it is deserved, of a pint of vinegar, nud sonic it for umelf the niiml of any thank Hod, I feel veKcttblB tonlM IlrawnVwill not harm the Iron Kilter. It man. It ha tared uimI deltaale, la iMfHitrnr ittwtr iiot because it Is sought after. BY THE DR. HARTER MEDIOINK CO.. 213 N, MAIN 6T..$T. LOUIS. MANUFACTURED six or seven hours. give health and itrengtli, 1.17 life l' Dealer for Lincoln and Garrard Cos. Cnrlylo d Sni-29ttcIilj- $i.fwor$ournnl The Statesman, the Jurist, the Politician, the Partisan and the Demagogue. Tiicse various and diatinctivo char- The Chief Happiness In the Deoot ICE! ICE! ICE! lr STA1TPOBD, Cincinnati, Now Orleans Texas Pacific CIII'IICII IHIIKCTOIIT. Railway. Sun-la- csti-niat- T lt. I ......,. .... .- i. l. aj IS' It' I0l laafti ..- 1 .. ..... fcrffiRS lln-ialrron-lltniln- in in in -- fc'l guar-ante- rl ,..' 1 VmiK-rtl- n. d LHJ. Jkw .... .... IRON T" lloI, I C N I XXT J l.. i i .. ... , 11 BITTERS l'orr, !.. full-na- n K- o ut ii-- al plea-ur- V- w Illl 1 111 n- - in,-- mm:. . Di-ii- k Ih 1 ...... fiirnrAi, 111 IXiu It I 11 . . d TUTT'S PILLS r Ken-tuckia- n, TORPID LIVER. In he - ii, 1 1 i MEBTlEt THE ROUTE EAST, TUTT'S 1. DYE. i i mmmx WASHINGTON! (ir i.i.,iu INTO IE WORLD. GLOBE 'II . school-mistres- SOLID TRAINS, j lluui-t,u- -, Hoi-lnnd'i- u m FREE! ti From LOUISVILLE WASHINGTON, r.f iloi-y4- o PfiiilEIPPVO" lyDUyl Uilaijyii alilo-La- r?if BUTTS . 4Uar-XU- Nt-- Baltim-ore.Philadelphia&- uk o C0.,.,1 w sit-tiu- tt't-N- f eltt l I ill 1 33 ai'5'ttiii in J3UC:OrlEeeS able-b- - 7" y Ashbrook. Tucker & Co., mi3 mid-nigh- o i r Ul-- (i A 1Lj 1,11 m GEO. 1. WKAItl,