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Semi-weekly interior journal: June 16, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882061601_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 16, 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. jfenti VOLUME X.-NUMBEJl Halto Centennial of Mtthoditm Tlio Methodist Kpiccopnl Church 'was organized nt tho famous "Christ mas Conference" held in ltaltimore, lieginnlng December 20, 1781. It is proposed to rclohrnto tho centenary of this event in n manner becoming tho largo churches which lmvo sprung from this organisation. Tho Methodist Kpiicoiml Church (tho Northern branch) will hold its General Conference in May, 1881, and provide-- for tho joint celebration (along with tho Southern branch of this event in ISaltimoro on the 25 th of December of that yar. It Is proposed to utilito tho enthusiasm which this one hundredth anniversary will nwaken in tlio Church, nnd tho report contains n res- ifulefli s.T Z-Mt-r B? , I' NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 510. a STANFORD, KYJtOJiSDLAfy, JUNE Vtnnor Outdone. IG, 1882. rnommoML. 52. irnhlo effect ns n rovenuo duty itsludl a (lord enough incidental protection to American labor nnd capital to cr.nblo labor W. P. WALTON, . Editor and Proprietor each to com no to with nnd capital. T. R. WALTON. Bmtnett Manager Hcnntor iMorgan, of Ala: "Wo lmvo hero the purpoo of railing rovo-linI'lititltliril Ttirttilitu Mint I'rhlitu, nnd only that purposo expressed - AT by this nmondment, nnd if Hint doc NU.no IHQIl ANNUM, givo inoidentnl ptntcrtioti to Ameri- .... Vcnnor, tho great weather prophet, claims to ho iihlo to tell nil nhout the weather in advance, but doei not always succeed. T.W.VARHOK. WALI.ACB K. VAJIN0H. can industries, what American can object to that much protection ? "I 77f 7Mtf QUESTION. . . am not in favor of tho destruction ol SJMUtr lutfritr Jnml American industries or American prolmvo kcti chnrged (I liono ducts." As I "I nm in favor of agisting joculnrly) by eomoof my jmrly liretli thorn." ren willi political licresy in rofcrenco Senator Mnxoy, of Texas: "Tho to llio (nrill question, I lcg leave- to amendment requires tho tnrill to ho lmvo endeavor. laid in show that tlio views I such a manner ns to allord incicl to cxprctsnro not, 10 far m irinci dental protection to American industilo is concerned, nntngonistfc to those tries. So far so good." licttlnml promulgated liy tho chimin Koprcscntativo Aiken, of S.U : "For ions of tho tariff for revenue only instnnro, 100 pounds of Kast India policy. In vrhnt I lmvo written my rice can bo delivered iu our cuitonv lias heen to prove tho necessity houses for $2.00. object It costs our homo nml tho propriety of incidental producers of ricoS 1.3.1 to placo a liko to homo industrial ly tnrill quantity iu our homo market. The taxation, nml to combat nml rcmlotho difference, is 81.1.'". To that extent I allegation that protection thus given would protect tho rico planter of my is "robbery." State." (Mr. Aiken is a violent I liavo not pretended, nor do I now to junction or defend, cr in pretend Representative Carlisle: "Hut if any way ex on jo tlio existing tnrifT with this primary object (rovenuo laws on tho contrary, I regard tliom, only) in viow, tho taxes or duties can and do not hesitato to denounce thorn be so adjusted ns to aid our industries as n moss of legislative- iniquities in without imposing any butdens upon many rcjjHicU, licing shnjicd, ns they tho pcoplo licyond what otherwise doubtless arc, in the cxclusivo interest would lmvo been necessary, thcro is ot manufacturers. Hero is my nothing iu tho policy advocated by those who demand n reform iu tho 1st. Thoro is necessity fur protcc tarill to forbid their encouragement or tiou to American ituluitrio; '2nd. protection to that extent Thcro is constitutional authority to hut I hold Hint no tax or duty can bo givo protection by tarill taxation; 'lrd. (tossibly imKsed without affecting to Hi right uud just to so givo it; 1th. n greater or Ices extent sonic, or all It should lio given to tho extent that of tlio industries of tho country; and it is needed, nml no further; Stli. It for my part I would rather help them is needed to such extent ns will cnahlo than hurl them.'' tho American manufacturer and pro It will ho seen from these quotadiiccr to qjinipcto on equal terms with tions that every ono of tho eminent tho foreign manufacturer and prodtic gentlemen named recognizes and adcr in our markets. mits, either expressly or by clear imo I proioso now to. show that tho plication, tho necessity ol protection nbovo indicated, except ns to the to American industries, and that eveextent to which protection should be ry one manifests a willingness someafforded, is recognized ami coucalcil how and to extent to givo proto bo sound by tho leaders of the tection; nnd that four of them, viz : democratic party, and for that pur Senators Heck, llrown nnd I'ugb, and I hero givo some extracts from Representative Aiken, nre in tavor of jmwo speeches on tho subject of several able giving nil the protection needed to put nml distinguished gentlemen : Amoricans on an equality with forHcnatorBeck "Wo never thought eigners in our markets, which hitter, of discriminating ngnintt Americnn by tho way, is tho jwsition I lmvo industries, or of depriving them of endeavored to maintain. tho incidental licnofit of protection. 1 tn L these Statesmen, except tho I would adjust therovenue! four last mentioned, whilo conceding nil of them tax as far ns jkissiIiI tonid tho necessity nnd tho justice of extend in tlio proportion in which they oould ing protection to our industrial inleast bear foreign comctition.' ( Hero terest, tiro only willing to givo them is nn ndmiscion that a tarill for reve- such nid as will result from duties nue puly oould he so ndjuilcd as to fixed at tho loweit rato at which they "deprive" American industries of in- can be fixed so as to bring the requisite cidental protection, and nn admission amount of revenue. They are not that such industries can not, unaided, willing to adjust the duties with referbear foreign competition; nml also mi ence to tlio amount of protection need expressed willingness to discriminate cilnt nil, but exclusively with referin the adjustment of tho tarifl so ns to ence to revenue. Iu other words, if aid them all "as far iu possible.") g.lOO.OOO.UOO of rovenuo is to bo rais Senator Williams says . "Wo are d, they propose to lay the duty at the not proposing iiliioliilo freo trade, but lowost figures to prodtico that amount fair uud liberal trade. Wo do not of money, and that, tlioy say, will inwish to destroy our homo industries, cidentally nilord all tho protectio n Ac." (This is a clearly implied no that tho industries of tho country are knowledgoment that free trade would entitled to and all that they ueed. To destroy homo Industrie, nnd, by con this object, I Ixcatiso it cau bo demonMijuence, nn admission of tho neeesai-- strated that tho dutios oould bo so adty of tarill protection ) justed as to raise 500,000,000 of revSenator lUyard: "llio incidental enue and yet fall far short ot affordresult of, such turi" measures, in fos- ing adequate protection; whereas, they tering tho industrial of our people, could be so adjusted ns to raho that may Ira legitimately, wiicly nml prop- amount of revenue, and no more, and erly considered, not as tho chief oil at tlio sonio timo atford amplo project or controlling motive in laying tection. such n tax or duty, but as one of its It seems to mo that if tariff protectincidental, inevitable, nnd jirojxr ion is necessary at nil, and if it is right nt all, then it follows that it Senator Saulsbury: "I do not should bo given as farm it is necossary that thcro is any authority in and cau bo given without transcendCongress to levy taxoi upon tho poo-pl- ing tho nggregnto amount of revenue for tho purposo of fostering or needed for tlio government, and withprotecting nny particular industry. out giving to American manufacturTarill duties do, however, protect to ers and producers any advantngo in tho extent of tho duties levied. This our markets over importers of foreign is what is termed incidental protec- products. It should bo so nr ranged, I am certainly in as I have enid, as to put Americans tion. favor of giving to our own industries nt least upon equnl footing with forany advnntngo which such incidental eigners in American markets. To protection can allord." to do this and nt tho same timo Senator Garland: "What I am af- admit both tho necessity nnd justico of ter is n fair and open investigation protection, l musi itisisi, is inconsist into tho operations of tho tarill. ent. So that when wo coino to make a tar. Hut our freo trudo friends havo n ill, having in viow tho rovenuo stand- hair splitting theory that protection ard, wo may know just what amount rosulting incidentally, though of tarill we need, and what requires from n tarill law, may not protection, and what not, becauso only bo tolerated, but is rather a good ' ..... o .. wiiiiopruu-uiiu.1.. thcro is no concealing tho fnct that ns .uiliig; ...isi uuiiu u every tax is discriminating iu its nawill smash tho constitution, unset ture, which can not bo helped, so every civil liberty and, perhaps, bring on tarill effort is to a certain oxtout pro- another deluco. Under a nucroscopo tection, and it is tho extent of that this theory has about this nppoaranco: tstit tniiiii.f IIUIIMI protection that it is ns important to 'PI... .i tnvill HUb WlltMIMftl) wit It i tii itu 1. Illicit lllllll la rccogniso ns any thing clso couneolcd body a declaration that it is for rovenwith tho turiH. uo only, and a further declaration that Senator Urown, of Ga.: "Wo suro-l- if nny protection shall result from its uro not antagonistic to American operation such protection shall bo alinterests. We do not prefer tho labor ways hold nnd construed to betlrietly and interests of other countries. If accidental, would bo entirely free from ho do not, tho presumption is wo pro constitutional objection, no mutter fur our own. If wo do prelor our own how protective it might be in its of why not, iu tho collection of the largo fects, whereas, without such saving amount that must bo oolloctod, so im clauses it would nnuihilato tho fundi poso tho duty as to givo incidental mental law. They estimate- thut a tarill for rev- protection to thd extent of our power? It seems to me that is not only wiso inue would requires n duty averaging statesmanship but common sonsu und about 20 percent., und to that extent justice." ('20 porcont.) thoy nro willing to give Senator Vorhcos: "Kvory industry protection, notwithstanding it is, us I thoy claim, unconstitutional to thus is cutitlel toourcaro. bcliovo thoro is a safe, sound, middlo tax ono class for tho heuifit of another ground between tho high protectionthat is. thoy oaiiBtaml u'-'-O per cent. ists jwrne on tho ono hand, ami tho infraction of tho organic law, hut no wild froo trader on tho other, ureatcrl Such is statesmanship. J.I). that ground where I think all tho Juno, 1882. ot tho country can bo encour"IMolher, what lmvo l'livstOLociv. aged, iV'o." Am-ti- n Senator I'ligh, of Ala. : "That in pcoplo got H08O8 fur?" asked nn child of her mother who had bcoh exercisiug its rovenuo power Cougross folks, may, and it is iU duty to so apportion better days. "To turn up at by its necessary nml do- - my child," was the cynical response. tho duty that om-tiodoc-tritij ." o o o ..:.. Jim-pos- y up iUlri. Ilowovcr, that great paper, tho Central Methodist, published at Cntlctts-bury- , lr.O. KAUPPMAN. Ky,, hits tho mark ovoy timo. ATTOIINKV A.T T..A.AV, I.ANCASTKR, KV. weekly This Is u large, sixfecn-pngV. , r. Will paper, put up in Hook Form, pasted Mlr (ViumilHlon.r imlr.tCount Allnrnf...JUIHIi.g .ir.rtl. ,r. . ... In .11 th. tt....a W. II.H.hl an. I ..ll.l.lx UVK. M ...II.III.UU In Ilia Court of App-and trimmed, nnd conducted with rauntlMiDil maked ability. It is emphatically n THOMAB i IIIIiTj, Jit., religious family journal, giving nil imATTOIlNr.V A.T X.A."V, XTANlimn. KV. portant secular news, is wido awake, Will pr.etlw In the Court! ol thin nd adjoining and fully up with tho times. Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, counllrtiml In th Court of Apintlt. Ornca In This paper is offered to nil now sub uitiwj A ooii uvw uuiiumn ui luuri Toilet ami I'miru Art trie, Ilookn,Sttlonrru, TohnrrouttiHlanm, U'fure, scribcrs, from this dnto until April ALEX. ANDEHHON, Liquor, 1'hvntrlnnn I'rrnrrliitlaiin tnnl J'inr-- 1st, 1883, nearly ten months fur, Ono uiiirrutlral I'rrjitirtitlonn i Airx'oiiNXJV jva.' xa.av, Dollar. Our readers will do well to NvccUtlttl, KANVILI.K, KY., olution pledging the church to en- order it. Will practice In the CourUofiToTleind nJiolnln. raiso deavor "during tlio year 1881 to Any person making a club of ten cotiDlln tnd In theCourtorAppe.il. tho sum of two millions of dollars to subscrilicrs, will bo entitled to the MAHTEHHON 1)0 applied equally to tho catiso of cd eleventh copy freo. Send for samplo ATTOUNJJY PEYTON, AI' aud iicatinu, church extension, and foreign copies, and make a club at once. AdLIIIKIITY, KV. illusions, snvo wjiero tho donors shall dress as above. Will rrtctlre In til the Court! of Cuer tnd ad- Joining counllr-tami In the Court or Appeal!. givo special direction to their gifts." nTijM -- utmion given TIiImmv Mill, containing (he InfcMt nntl Makino I'mrrrY Sacks op Mor.n-8KIN- IU T. i'lerce'a alore. to collections, umce orer Tlio mnnngemont of this fund its A meadow molo in the Jouris to bo collection nml distribution window attracted the attention of DU. J. O. OAItl'ENTEK, given to a committco consisting of nal KENTUCKY twelve ministers and twelvo laymen, moral circus folks. Tho mole's coat STANFORD, to ho nppointcd by tho bishops, tlio was largo enough for a young doll's Ofllce otcr Rout. H. I.jtlo'a itore. Office hours For inamiliicdiriiiK meal mill flour, N now In full operation. Wo will Krlnil for customers, for (lie present, on Tuesday, Wedbeing rx officio sacquc, nnd a very fashionable gar- from 7 to 9 1. H 12 to 1 r. v.j 7 to 9 P. . bishops themsolves bo. Tho latest "rago" nesday, Thursday, Friday and .Saturday oTcach neck, and on members of tho committco. This ment it would ladies of LEE P. HUFFMAN, CourMayH and all other public days. Wc solicit u liberal share measure is a very important one, nnd in England nmong wealthy Tho MUKOEON DENTIHT, of pat ronace and ulll endeavor M K ve entire satisfaction. will fashion is moleskin sacqucs. if properly managed, as it likely STAN FORD, KY. diffilio, will tell iKwerfully upon tlio for- smnllncss of the moles and tho Office Boutli aide Main Street, two doors abois fcc., the Myers tunes of Methodism. Tho amount culty of unearthing thorn ruako the Pure NitrousHotel. Uas administered when reUxlde Always on hand and for sale. Highest cash price paid Tor Corn, is by no tnciun too high, and moleskin coat moro costly than tho named quired. Lady lJrassey(sv hat's c. Orders loft at Mill promptly attended to. if tho matter bo vigorously pushed fur of the seal. tho It. O. MOUQAN, D. S. B. Wheal, in n name?) is owucr of the largest A this sum may bo far exceeded. UENTIHT, MeAXxISXJUK fc moleskin sacqao over SWrajj- Will be In Stanford two weeks generous rivalry may bo expected be- and most perfect made. It contains over ono thousand of each niontb, from first Monday. Dental rooms Knis-coptween tho two great branches of in ot. Asapn noiei, orer AicA'jsier a ungui s. month At lADcaster two weeks Methodism in their contribu- skins, nnd tho prico of two hundred rSee sign. Monday. Deotal rooms loof eacb House. Mason third guineas, or more than 81,000 has been Iroin sign See X'ure nitrous oxld gase administered tions to their centennial funds. Tho 4C2 If Providenco Journal. when necessary. Northern Church has a million nnd n ofTered lor it. half of members, whilo the Southern "Lovo me, lovo my dog," was the HarcJiiMt received and will keep eoiislanlly on hand a frc.h Tho expression on sweet Miss Bryant's Church has about 850,000. ! line or the choicest North will probably contrib- faco as she wandered up the aislo of the Church ute three perhaps four millions of Presbyterian church at Nicholasville I would respectfully Inrlte the public In generdollars. Tho South will not lio con with a poodlo in her arms. When al, who wish a good, clean abate, or a nice hair-cU call on or anything tent to allow nny great disproportion, good deacon Mcllraer throw that pup shampoo Asanh Hotel. In my line TIIKEK me at I hare the St. DARIIERS. nltht) igh tho South is not so wealthy out of tho door it wounded tho young OOTRICFJJ LOW. A. JIO.VAIII. ns tho North. ladic's feelings and caused a ripple in Tin: Si'iioor. Fund. Tho Ken- tho congregation. Her big brother tucky Legislature ought to havo had has not shot the deacon yet. All or which they will tho courage and independence to havo They nnnounce births with great passed nn net making an equal pro delicacy in New Mexico. Ofan event I will dellrer Ice etery morning lo regular customers slelnlty rata division of tho school fund be- of this kind n Los Vegas paper says: else. ItIn htanford and any hour aa low aa any one can bo lied at during the day at superior tween the white and colored children "Kentucky Snndifer, who runs bag- J. N. Darls' near Depot. Accounts due They are also agents for the sale of Mattingl)' Woolen Goods and Yarns. of the State. Hut, inasmuch as there gage on tho Hot Springs train, receiv- at the end of every week. It. K, HAItllOW. wns notso much of manliness in that ed startling news yesterday that he is Ixxly, it is fervently to Iks hoped that a daddy, soul, body nnd suspender the people will, nt tho polls iu August, buttons. Tho event occurred in Ken! vote in favor of the proposition sub tucky, where Mrs. S. is visiting her -B"5Tmilled to them for their determinahomo. I desire to announce to the people of Stanford tion. There is not n single reason The longest span of telegraph wire and vicinity tbat I bare purchased the Grocery that can Iks given to justify a tax upon the property of tho Stnto for the in tho world is s tree lied across the and Hard ware slock ol Hale ANunnelley, and will education of tlio whito children that Kistnah River from hill to hill, each continue the business at the una aland. Their will not apply with equal forco to the hill being 1,200 feet htKh.betwcoa He- - old clerk, Mr. E.T. Rochester, will be with me colored parents. Tho whito peoplo of zorah and Sectanagrum, in India. The and wishes lo hare his Mends to remember him have bought out my brother, It. II. Wcnrcii. as usual. Trusting by low prices and fair dealing Kentucky bnvo a gravo duty to dis- span is a little overuJUUleetinleogtli. nml will continue the Furniture nnd Undertaking charge toward tlio negroes in their Tho only mechanical contrivance used to retain all the old patrons of tbe store,? and win business same stand, in the St. Asaph Hotel midst, iu manfully meeting which thoy in streching this cablo across tho river a great many more, I am, respectfully, building. will act for their own security, wel- was n common windlass. will keep n stock of Furniture ol' evW. T. GREEN. them be fare nnd protection. ery description and sell ilgures that cannot bo beatHippopotamuses arc down as low as (Stanford, June I, 1692. equal to tho emergency. It should o,UUU en. My stock of Collins and Caskets will be compreapiece, and a menageno man have been met long since, hut better says this is dirt cheap. Hut until hensive. Shrouds and Robes always on hand. also Maysvillo Kagle. Into than never. they como down to 84.50, they willl bo repair and do carpenter's job work. Tho term "Uoomorang" doubtless classed amoung tho luxuries in poor (Orders by telegraph promptly attended to.) B. K. WEARJEN. originated from the naturo of the Aus- families, who will continuo to worry tralian instrument of that name. This along with two or three dogs. is an instrument used in warand chase A correspondent of tho Country by tho aborigines of Australia, nnd Cicnttemau gives tho following as his ; it is said somooftho bill tribes of method of destroying spouts from Southern Ilindostnn havo u kind of a roots: "Horo three fourth inch hole BE OPENED! a boomerang. It is about two feet long iti E3T-A.S the centro of the stump, 10 inches fiat on ono side, rouuded on tho other, deep : To Its old friends and to the public on nut in ono ounco of the oil of made of hard wood and bent in the vitrol, and plug it up tight." ZaavJafCajCuJKMMBV''v curvo resembling an obtuso angle THE 15th DAY OF JUNE When projected, tho air so acts upon Two New Orleans editors shot at FaffiHNamijwHXal it that alter whirling round nnd round, each other five times a pieco tho oth- FOR THE falls behind tlio projector upon some ei day, and only ono shot took cttect. it object aimed at. Tho Australians If such a reputatiou as this gets ! nro said to bo very dextrous in killing abroad for editorial marksmanship, .Sl'LVSOX birds and other small animals with the fellow who wants a correction will UNDKR AN this weapon, as, being behind tho grow really impudent. thrower, thoy aro not awaro that thoy If tho Revolutionary warriors had Eutirely New Management. nro objects of attack. All known it would tnko 87,400.70 for (ii:kmak STKisirr Sccnus. Travel- drinks and cigars to celebrate tho ers find Gcrmau towns peculiar ind centennial of tho victory nt York-tow- n Oen. Jas. F. Eobinion, of Lexington, from BotSingle cows and oxen noticeable. they would probably have given Manager. nro harnessed and worked liko Jionses. up tho fight early in the contest and The office in charge of Mess. John Ono is surprised at tlio largo sue and paid tho tax ou tea. fleet and 0. F. Moore. No Does Not physical strength of the women, wdio Tho deepcft miue in the world is teem to perioral me principal portion of tho physical labor; whilo those of tho Pmibram silver mino in Bohemia. RATES OF BOARD : their husbands not permanently en- Tho lowest depth is nearly .1,300 feet below tho surface. At this depth tho gaged in smoking and 2.50 Per May aro cither soldiers or policemen. Girls tetnperaturo of tlio rocks is only 75'90 1I.OO Per Week andtliotciupcruturootoir7G'3P. and dogs aro harnessed together inrailk F.; 15.00 Per Month (SStlajH) carts, und honoa are harnessed to a sin bell at Knoxvillo The court-housCHILDREN AND NURSES IIALK TRICE. of between two struck a hundred times in "slow and glo pole, in placo Tho women, ns a rule nro not measured tones" a few nichts ago with shafts. beautiful, not oven comely. Undoubt- out aid, and now tho citizens of that EVERY COMFOKT AND LUXURY, Now in Use edly thcro nro pretty Marguerites, villaiia are on the lookout for somo LaVe Ice lucltldcd, will be supplied to guests, and hidden away soniowhero, with thoir dire disaster to befall them. ther areassured that In ererr rciulille of a first- class llotal the Management does not lutend to bo long braids of blonde hair, but thoy sunaied by any In America. Be TaOno, Satisfied, A Norfolk, Va., irl becamoBO incertainly do not much abound. On " W. O. WELCH. bo found censed becauso her sister gavo birth to Back. tho other hand, thero nro to Trustee Msliu very few beggars or ovidoncos of ox nn illegitimate child that she strangled tronio poverty. An air of thrift sur- tho inftint to death. Tho parties beIB long to a good family and the murderrounds ono on all sidos. STANFORD, KY. Ofllc In Owlr A Ron's new building ATTOHNUVM T. W.ft W. E. VAKNON, A.'J' M ROBEhTOTAGG OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, NTAIWOICI), .1 1 i It MIT A-- , wa&msi wmm MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY Flour, Meal, Corn, Bran, Shipstuff, x - SAMiEE. llXi: ISAItltEltS FIRST-CLAS- S ICE! 4S-- tf ICES! ICE! Groceries,Confectioneries, FAIffZIIxlT SUPPLIES, & UNDERTAKING Sell at the Very lowest Possible Margin. .tore-roo- TO THE PVJtXiIG. FURNITURE Main Street, B. K. afthc I WEAKEN, lull at Stanford, Ky. I Il CRAB ORCHARD Furniture I WILL W. H. THE- GEIIE MAYFIELD OF 1SS2 Water Elevator. SttBB Water Insects; Draws Fresh Water Destroys tom of Cistern; Tubing and Has Freeze. Foulest Cisterns Made Pure by This Elevator. o OVER ONE HUNDRED in This County. Try and If Not ken It Will in tho world induce Mrs. lilank to wear so many pulls nnd llouncog?" said a lady nt a ball, ns the person referred to ewopt pist, a billowy vision of millinery. "Why," was tho reply, "she bus indulged so much in fashionable dissipation that sho bus "What ess is iu jail. that if peas c S3 ft It were bus been suggested planted further apart thau is genorully tho case, they would prove more productive. Three inches apart is reoonuucmled as about tho right distance. Young swell : "Fraulein Mathilde, may I oiler you my arm?" Mathilde: "Oh this ollcrini; your arm is getting monotonous. Why not offer mo your liaml for a chauge f V3 o o O he H o td o o o o 01 -- S3 o o Kj the delirium trimmings." Tndiitiin Ima tlio liiriest sellout fund of nny Stato. It comprues 81 1 COO, 000, in school property and $9,000,000 in the Stato treasury, a total of 820, G0O.00O, or 870 to every child in tho public schools. ltussiHii emigrants j 3 o ro so Tho Kichmond, Yn., alms house contains sovcu men who n few years to Minnesota ugo wero worth from a half n million brick- have introduced thoohl-oouutrto a million dollars each. Ihey burn lined porcelain stoves. prniricvhay iu them, uud us they uro Tho man who was "rocked iu tho they got plenty of heat from oradlo of the deep" must havo been beOil Citween two sheets of water. this queer fuel. ltobert HunnorTias paid 8fi2,000 ty Derrick. for thirty-eigh- t trotting horses iu tho Consider well, and thon 'decide pes lust Ihirty.fbur years. itively. air-tig- 0 8 s ai -o M H H Vi Hi S5 2 rr tf a rt tr; td P. o P S3 y H B' O W a 0 fJ CD tn Ui o ft M ? IIo.v. IltcitAitn Kicti) was, as fore- cnlncldsnrA that two rare lintscs named liv Woodcock shadowed, nominated by acclamation enthusiastic friends, Barnes and won races almost contempoDis- respectively, for Superior Judgo of the Third raneously with tld Spiritual partnership trict, at Lexington, Wednesday, his Barnes at St. IOiils and Woodcock last competitor Judgo O'llarn having been week In New York. It tickled Nalh wonwithdrawn beforo a ballot was taken. derfully, who still retains a mild Itching It underIlcid was licatcn by Hnrgis lor tho for the race track, and I wantfor this Instood that he is my authority Appellate Court in 1870, but tho lat- formation. I am glad ''Barnes" won tho'. ter is said to havo promised him tho I am free to confess, I would not like to next "opening" and ho has kept his have him beaten. I want tocoiae in winword. Judge Ilargii is 0 prtwer in ner myself In the great race, and by sweet grace I shall. So will my dear Natli, I Kentucky politics, a fact which is am sure. "Woodcock wins" was tho cry at ovcrv Stato Convention of the crowd, In New York. And lie did. recently. An "innumerable multitude" Is looking at wit"So Ik common with most other people, the other race believegreat a cloud ofshout nesses." angels will I wo do not tako much stock in tho con- "Woodcock wins," and he will. O, mighty version of Sir. Barnes' "dear broth- stake for which we all are running. May ers" of tho Kentucky penitentiary. all who read these lines receive a Crown. ''Know ye not that all run in a race, but These brothers aro rcadv to do any one recciveth a Crown." There Is Paul to thing to put themselves in a better as- back me, if any drar child of the Father pect, and would ns quickly confess the thinks 1 nm stepping out or the l.uisu M devil ns their Savior, if it wcro as dear war to run down a profane simile popular to do so. Nor do we think A modern racecourse is a snowflake of beside it is fair for brother Barnes to count purity beloved the Olympian games that Paul" cites to Illustrate his "our them in his 1,000 unless ho needs point. Good-bye- , dear Nalh, and keep them to make up. drumming for Jesus while you are selling NO TES OF CURRENT EVENTS. ICY. Friday Morning, W. P. WALTON, --- June 10,1882 .. EDITOR k How is This? In tho act to increase tho tax for Common Scliool purposes, as appears by tho official copies lent out by tho Secretary of State, which is to Ira voted on nl tho August election, there is an apparent discrepancy that nseds explanation. tho proposed in crcajo of the tax is stated to bo two cents per 810O of tho taxable property, but in both the third and fifth sections three cents is mentioned ns the amount. Tho question naturally arises, which rato will bo tho lawful rato in caso of the ratification of tho act by tho people, two cents or three ccntsf There is still another question suggested by tho peculiar provisions of tho act. In the first lection there is this proposition: "Tfio capitation lax imposed on colored people for school purposes is hereby repealed," and tho third section do dares, "this act shall not tako effect In tho first section Crab Orchard, Saturday, and will com In a mence school at Boon's short lime. The yoiing ladles who received prizes at school on Friday, were MIes Jennie Ford, Lulu Stone, Julia Duncan, Klla Collier, Perpetura Scott and lime King. The Crab Orchard correspondent. Miss Klla Doorrs, paid uta long promised vis-I- t last week, which accounts for no items from C. O. nnd here. Mrs. Martha Phil Ilns and daughUr are with friends In Crab Orchard. Miss Bessie Adams has gone to Arizona, to spsnd the Summer with a sister. Mr. Weed Smith and his pretty sister Miss Mattie visited friends hero Saturday and .Sunday. U. Tilled, the butcher, bought ol .Mr. Ballard, three yearling heifers, fat, for $'!) per head, weight about SCO lbs. llobt. Collier liought on l'oor ltidge, an extra saddle gelding for $125 cash. Old man Street lost a valuable cow last Harvesting hands will le scarce, as week. there is so much grain nround here to liar-vand larmers, owing to so much rain are lx hind with their corn. Hogs are still dying with cholera in this vicipity. school-house BRUCE, H. C. RUPLEY, TA(a:3I5 3Fl.0 3Ea:-A.3X- n? WARREN & CO. NTANFOltl), Takes lhu hope T J. I KY., 31- - O DFl, sml Ills motto lii-"- From Ihs is Comprises Everything thatitjls. New, Kitot." torrtaln It, as lis ntsstiKlKia over, and It irittunlty of thinking his rlrotia In HtsnfoM sn.l vlrlnlty for thslrllWsl support, iniieariyin insiesson,iierort ninzruiiu Wl of Korolin Tliey will bocul ami mad In nnl-l- i Makers Gutting ami Itepslrlns neatly and promptly ilons. JOS SCVKUANCK. To K, It. ClilWAUlr. II. D. HDMISTOK. SPUING Ipulaski ANNOUNCEMENT! f4 H COUNTY groceries. Senator Anthony lias been In Itliodo Island, Tlie Maine republicans hare nominated Ilobie for Clorcrnor. The O. I C Distillery, at Lexington, Ivy., was "truck br lightning ami burned. until ratified and approved by a majority of tho legally qualified voters, &c." From this it seems to us that inasmuch as tho act can not tako effect till ratified by tho people tho capitation tax continues in force until such ratification occurs, and that, therefore, it is the duty of tho Sheriffs to continuo to collect that tax at least until the will of tho people has been ascertained and officially declared, which can not be done until some considerable time after the August election. And then in case of the ratification of the act and the repeal of the capitation tax, what is to be donowith the capitation money which will have been collected by Sheriffs? Or, in case the Sheriffs decline to collect the capi tation tax before August and the act should be rejected by the people, would thoy (the Sheriffs) not be obliged to call on the colored people again and get tho capitation tax? Doea the provision repealing tho capitation tax take effect from the date of the passage of the act, or does its taking effect depend upon its ratification by tho people? Duiuno the debate Tuesday on the! Legislative appropriation bill, tho democrats in Cougress endeavored to adopt an amendment making it a misdemeanor for any officer or employe of tho government, whoso salary was provided for in the bill, to pay any political assessments whatever. Senator Cox made a sharp speech against the system of extortion and blackmail practiced, but the republicans had put their man Keifcr on his guard and ho promptly ruled the amendment out of order. They know that their only show lor success is in extorting money from the employes, under pain of dismissal, to be used for corrup- Prominent members state their belief that Congress will be ready to abjourn ear"" ly In July. Ktironcantarosaid to have been killed In the riots at Alexandria, Egypt. John Hanson, a negro, was sold at LouIstIIIo Wednesday for one year for A city scavenger bought him for two dollars. The coloicd Contention adopted a resolution to refuse to pay the capitation tax demanded; of them, and are denouncing the 2 J section of the law to be voted on in August, which says that the white children and black shall be taught in separate schools, an cowardly, and Sixtv-seTen y. inifamouft. The Cincinnati and Ohio Hirer Kail-wa- y has been reorganized at Cincinnati by of the fire old and the electhe tion of six new Directors. Among the latQ. Blaine, who, it is reported, ter are James is to be President of tho Company, and Marshall Jewell. The organization of the Board will take place next week. During debate In the United States House 'Wednesday, Mr. White, of Kentucky, raid the statement had been made before the Windoni Committee that the chairman of the Ways and Means Committee had made a bargain to help the whisky men if they would help the tariff men, Kelley denounced the atatement as the the raring of a maniac or deliberate lie, and White retorted: "The gentleman may be scoundrel enough to make that statement." Mr. Springer oflered a resolution directing the Speaker to reprimand both members. Meeting of the Board of Health. On Tuesday, the 13th of June, the local Board of Health for the county of Lincoln, met in the office of Dr. Carpenter, in Stanford. There were present, Drs. Stephenson and Carpenter, the other member, Dr. E. Alcorn, of the West Dud, being absent. Drs. Jironaugh, Peyton, Bailey, Kelt and Huffman were inrited to attend the meeting and consult upon the best plan for the prerention of disease, which they did. The object of the meeting was to take into consideration such hygienic measures as will inure to the health of tho people. These measures, of course, to be operative, are to be presented to the people of the respect-ir- e towns of the county br the physicians who are appointed by the local Board of Health, to insiwct erery residence, place of business, locality, spring, well, stream, barn, stable, ceHar, back yard, privies, Ac. After the physicians hare made their inspections, they will giro directions for the removal of any thing productive of disease. Cleansing and disinfection, and should any person fail to comply with the requirement), lie will be at once reported to the Trustees, Police Judge, tive purposes; therefore such a step toward civil service reform will never be enacted while the devil keeps them in power. It is their own and only means for retaining their ascendency. There was one sensible woman in she- - no moro reChicago, but.alaal deems that wicked city by her presence. Her husband took her thero to live, but after remaining a few days window she jumped out of a forty-foo- t remarking, "I'd rather bo in hell than hero," and dashed her brains out on the stony street below. She was right. Tho other is tho better pluce. that SenaIt tor Joe Brown's little attempt at a is pleasant to observe hugo raid on the treasury has failed to Some materialize into a reality. time ago ho oflered a bill to authorize each Senator to employ a clerk at 81,200 salary to bo paid by the government, but the Senate, by a suffi- cient majority, declined to stand by the cheeky proposition. haa passed a bill to ap propriate $1,500,000 to increase the capacity 01 reservoirs in me jjisiric. of Columbia to 24,000,000 of gallons. This seems to us a very useless expenditure of money since nobody drinks water in Washington. Besides they could catch enough rain water for laundry purposes. Conorehs colored people in Convention at Lexington to adopt measures to secure their rights, which they claim have not been vouchsafed to them aro The not making much headway, none of them seeming to know exactly how to get ut them though all aro determined that they must bo got. Mus. Juhsi: Jamks was a signal failure us a lecturer. She triod it one night but on the next her audience was noil ct and she will retire to try to gel another huibaud, because she knows if slio does, she will always he sure of a hearing when she wishes to deliver a curtain lecture. AVe aro Magistrate or County Judge, and a writub-taine- d for his arrest, and on conriction to be lined not less than ten dollars nor, more than fifty, for each offence. Br observing hygienic measures many diseases are preventable, viz: measles, the exanthemata diphtheria, malarial fevers, typhoid fever anu dysentery, vc. there is a great ileal more In the prerention of a disease than its cure, and the illustrious physician is lie who can prevent a disease. Prerention Is the watchword and forever. The people throughout the State should be ever grateful to the General Assembly of Kentucky for passing laws to make them comply with xanitary measures when they fail to do so. Typhoid ferer Is endemic in this county and inspections must be made at once and results reported. By the Act, Local Boards are empowered and it shall be their duty to inaugurate and execute and require the beads of families to execute such sanitary regulations as the Local Board may consider expedient to prevent the outbreak and spread of cholera, smallpox, yellow ferer. scirlet ferer, diphtheria, measles and epidemic diseases, and to this end may prevent the overcrowding of houses and tenements and may and inremove persons from fected houses and bring the infected population under prompt and proper treatment during premonitory or other stages of disease. And they are empowered to go upon and Inspect any place or premises which they believe are In an unclean or infectious condition; and said Boards are authorized to enforce the rules and regulations adopted by the State Board of Health in the county where the Local Board is situated. And it shall be the duty of all physicians practicing their professions in any county in wlilcli a jocal iioaru is organized: to re port all or any of the above mentioned diseases under their special treatment to such Local Board. And it shall be the duty of heads of families to report any of said diseases when known by them to ex 1st in their respective families to such Lo cal Board, or to some one member thereof hours from Ms or her within twenty-lou- r knowledge of the existence of such Health Is happiness and wealth ; sickness, sorrow and expense. We hereby appoint the following Health officers i Stanford, Drs. Bailer, Peyton, Bronaugh and Keid. flustonville, Drs. Orchard, Drs. Alcorn and Brnwn-CraKtephemioii and Lewis, Tiirnersville, Drs. Logan and Lewis. McKinney, Drs. Moore and Williams. Highland, Dr, Birber. Ou the 3rd of July, the Local Board of Health will meet In Stanford, at the ollice of Dr. Carpenter, at 1! o'clock, r. M. Physicians who are in good professional standing are invited to attend whooping-couch.mumid The drives about Frankfort are very bctiutifiil. We have, one time or another taken them all In. Benson's Creek, puts in on the left side ol the Kentucky, just below town. Up the bed of this, the Hallway runs, and the view up the a mite from its mouth Is Benson Valley enchanting. We saw it only this morning, riding out in Gov. Blackburn's stately carriage behind his Iieautiful geldings black as jet, white and hind feel, stylish steppers, harness How is that for an humble "Mountain Missionary ?" Well ! I enjoyed it, you may be sure. It was very kind of the Governor to put his equipage at nor service and we thankfully nccepted it. He comes frequently to the service, as do most of the "great ones" living in Frankfort. Another magnificent landscape Is on the "fair grourds" turnpike, about 2 miles from town, from the side of tho cliff that at one time perhaps formed part of the right bank of the Kentucky River. There is every reason for believing that North Frankfort in part lies in the old channel of the river, which formed a great elbow where it now runs In a stralcht line. The old channel Is now one of the loveliest valleys imaginable. Another glorious view is Irom the Cemetery hill. This gives a grand stretch of the river winding up be tween picturesque banks lor miles. And vet another is from the cliff overhanging South Frankfort, rivals almost any of the others in tender peaceful beauty. Come to Frankfort II you want to see beauty In prolusion. The Interest in the mcetine still contin ues unabated. The total to Tuesday night which is the last report I can make to catch Friday's paper, is 4S1 for soul and 74 for body. There has not been a service without confessions since the evening of the 7th. PBAISETHE LOKD. Yester dar evening there was a violent thunder and rain storm, which broke upon us about 7. But the early comers had already half filled the Hall, and in a 10 minutes lull, jost at the time of service, the rest came scudding in, umbrellas in hand and filled the house as usual. Then the storm went on. stopping lone enough to let the folks get home, about the time the meeting broli e. Frankfort gets its drinking water from a ereat spring 2 miles out ol town, llie valley below it is dammed to form a reser voir of sevsral acres and unknown dentil We visited it yesterday. The weather is so hot that any thing but carnage exercise is irksome, and so the LORD furnishes carriages in prolusion. Kind menus oner them and come in them for us on every hand not to mention a standmc invita tionof one kind friend Bob't E Church, Ea . of a ' livery riu" from his elegant stable whenever we want it Sj the drar LORD provides "100 f.ild in thN life" according to nrumise. Think how liter ally this has been fulfilled to us "gospel tramps" for Jeans sake. Is there a man in Kentucky who sees more of his family than I do? Who has less care about what he shall eat, drink or wear than I ? Who enjoys the innocent good things of the world more than I? Who is less spoiled by them than I? Thus the LORD male everr war a "war of pleasantness and every path" a path of peace. And this "100 fold" one giU in this life for faithful service. ''In that which has to come???" PRAISE THE LOKD. Don't think I shall get the "big head" by riding In a Governor h carriage. JNot a bit ol it. "None of them more me." I can say in my smaller measure as Paul in his greater. But how often I have thoueht of late how well it pays to tent the LOIW when one enters His service tnthout any tueJt thought. We shall be here a couple of weeks longer at least, I think. The LORD will tell us wben to go. We are sumptuously enter tained at the Capital Hotel. 1 put up once In it 18 years ago, and often before that at the Weisiger House that once stood upon in Jesus, its site in my college days, Geo. O. IUknks. Jou-isvil- lo silver-mounte- d. Eubanh Station. W. T. Murphy was accidentally shot by Brack Davis, at Kings Mountain one day last week. The wound is a dangerous one, and by some is thought to be fatal. Cause, whisky and revolvers. S. J. Hinglcton sold to 11. W. Caldwell one cow for $!I0. J. K. Padgett lost a mare valued at $100 last week. A train on the C. S. K. It. killed an ox for Fred Moser, Sunday, The appraisers set the damages at $100. Mrs. Sarah Williams, who a Tow days ago drew $1,810 80 iicnsion for her son who sickened and died In tho late war, breathed he her last .Monday eveninc. June 12th. leaves an aged husband and a number of children to mourn lor the departed mother and companion. Wash Stevens has a mile child that is very sick with inflammation o( the bowels. W, J. Singleton's baby is suffering great pain with a strange disease of mouth and throat. Mrs Em. Camden is confined to her bed with palpitation of the heart. .Mumps, which has lor some time been raging in this community, is at last abating. I,. (1. Gooch says he would lie glad If Wm. Hubble-t- he "census taker" would oil and get his old calico shirt and for the nice bleacher one he got to paid tor "in a day or so " while taking the census of Waynrsburg precinct about a year ago. William, don't go, the darned old thing hasn't been washed yet, and you know no decent white man would venture In since you came out of it. Wo will not again appear in the I. J. giving the local news of Kulianks. Our next letter will be from South Fork or some other place. Wednesday we will bid adieu to Eulcnks, and for a time, in the future, will do business nt the "Fork." Many good wishes for tho prosperity of our Eubanks friends and patrons. Will some one please let us hear from that locality through the Ikteuioii Journal? Died of his Wounds James Mounce, who was shot by Sam Comb), at South Fork, on tho 4th inst., died Wednesday last. Combs is sheltering in parts unknown. It is said that a reward ofJ'JOO is set for his delivery to the proper authorities. Tho people of South Fork will sadly mis his much appreciated labors, as the sound of his hammer will be heard no more In their midst. In this, as in many other cases, whisky has robbed a wife of a husband, little children of a kind and dependent father, a village of a good workman. Truly, wine is a mocker. a 1882. i H (A i CHENAULT, SEVERANCE & GO. Ha, lug IiinI rood veil sllrool from tho riiMlcrit olcKiiut Mock of oIUcm Hic iiiomI BESTS? 80iOgiia! T CIiIm ZfcTOTIOIfcTS, O l Clothing, Boots, Shoes, DEISTS, cfcO., I'.vor ovlillilliMl In c ft O O imirKcl. Xcw mul d vO Wmm ELEGANT LINES OF SATINS, MERVEILLEUX, RHADAMES, MOIRES, H H O CO ALSO A HANDSOME STOCK of BLACK GOODS, Iiicliiillnj; XiiiVm Vcllluir. Ili'iirlcdii t'lotli, lliiiitlnjr, ThiiiIho C'Ioili,tVc., mul lu fact a iilcusixHorfiuciii' or 8 o Dress Goods of Every Description. rim, i,ixi:s Hamburg Embroideries, Nt a (A MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. 'Sam. M. Burdett, Editor. Srxetal DUyatck To Tht Interior Journal Frankfort. June 15, 3 r. m. Total to Wednesday night 621 for soul, W for body Wednesday's harvest 13. Geo. O. Barnes. COUNTY. GARRARD Lancaster. The recent heavy rains and wind havo tangled the wheat badly. Geo. D. Burdett and J. It. Young (leneial Landram went to Lebanon has gone to Louisville. Mr. and Mm. Jno. M. lxgan havo returned to Lancaster. We were favored with a short visit from Rev. J. A. Bogle, of Hustonvllle, this week. Mrs. Orancer and family have ecne to the Adriondacks for the Summer, Mrs. Mag- Carter, of Washington, D, C, is visiting at Judge Owsley's. In mv last letter I allowed my indi vidual feelings in the Superior Judges race to outrun my discretion, anil proiuiuiy leu some to bcllero that Major Richards would get the vote of tho county in case Burdett was anowed uuder. which condition grows smaller and beautifully less as the days go by. If so I hope this will coirect it. I have had no intimation of any such feelings among the people, and I know Judge Duval has many friends here. Bryantsrille. Considerable excitement here over tho school election, and owing to alleged illegal voting. Mr. Tom Stone was distanced lu the race against monojjofy. Little Phil had best look to his laurels. We think the Madison man is ahead down here. We think as he made tho best Governor we hare erer had, he should go In agaiu in his race for Congress. Louis Rout has nearly completed his commodious new store room on the Islington pike, and we expect to see extensive advertisements In your paper before many days, announcing the arrival of new While wrvlces wtro conducted at Mt Hebron, Sunday, by Iter Shade Thompson, two men ran their hori.es down the pike waring hats and blowing harps, and yelling like demons. What has become of our law? Judge Owjley ws down Monday, attending the Dunn trial, The Judge suddenly remembered that lie had relatives We do n't tuposo his being a down here oandidatp had any thing to do with his "standing to hi" kin " "L ' Miu Bellie Doflres' sohivd olo'ed at Mt. Hebron, Friday. Mis Beltle left for goods- KUl.jL. Allen will preach here next ounuay morning ai u ociock J.F. Waliln.is dead su re to bo our next County Judge, Every body Is for him Every bolv seems'to be for Dick Mar tin for County Clerk. He will make a rattling race. Now Is the lime for every democrat lo bury his private grievances and go to work heirt and soul for the straight ticket. Let us have done with "splits." They weaken us anil help our adversary. Give us a clean straight ticket and we'll elect it. Brodhead has the boss The establishments of Albright & Co and T 8 Frith arc the nicest, largest and most convenient in the county. Mr. J W. Grofl had an insurance of $1,200 on his stock of goods recently burn ed. This statement was made in the item which mentioned the burning, but the intelligent coniositor left it out. Prof. Krppert's school will close (Friday). A picnic will be given lo the children in the afternoon. A vast amount of preparation has been made, and It will be a delightful affair for the doubtlex small ones. Mr. D. N. Williams purchased ol Stephen Anglin a quarry containing several acres of t stone for $200. Samuel Hysingersold to Samuel Pursell about ISO acres of land near Mt. Vernon for $30 per acre, cash. It is indeed too true that troubles never of Mr. J. come singly. The W. Grofl, at Pine Jlill, was burned lsst Monday morning Ids Friday night, and on wife presented him with twin boys. Mother and babies are doing well. According to the latest census (the Assessor's list for 1882) the total value of property in Rockcastle county subject to taxation is $807,420, excluslvo of railroad proiierty. Number of white voters, 1,837; colored voters, 89; whole numer, 1,020. The number of hogs over six months old is store-housemill-gristore-hous- e in India Trimmings, EVERLASTING TRIMMINGS, BIASTUCKINO, III ciullcrm Lace, Ltidie' NcckweiU', PARASOLS. GOODS "WHITEhiliiillil TANS, &C. mrluly, nml a -- (sIiikIiiiiiih, Ac. nxsorliitciit ol I.huiih, E C A- JEsiiIcp J3 jO S u Wu liuve aililctl lo our ftlock orC'nriiotH, iimhoi-Iiiii'ii- I I (Ml Cloth, .MallliiKH. Wall ING GOODS. IaKr, iVc. ICiicm. GENTS' NECKTIES, COLLARS.CUFFS & GENERAL FURNISH- J : fcj H H W GEO. D. WEAREN, STANFORD, LANCASTER anil HUST0NVILLE, nrAiKii in O Grain, Wool, Orchard Grass and other Seeds, a & us I lH KfgpjujLssijBVjpBjpafafl IU fSpiAsjBijHSHijjfkBjjppsjh Oft 1 gff J t mK J. O. Caiu'KNTKii, K. T. KTeriitNHos, Member of thn Loosl Iturd of Health "PRAISE THE LORD." K Amxikn, sorry to observe that Air. FltANKtOKT, June 11,1882. Barnes has been riJiug around in the Ikar Jointer: Nath Woodcock left ua Mon laudau that the gamblers gavo Gov, Blackburn but perhaps tho thing day morning, he reluctant, we sad to (art with him. The "Com. neededconfeecration. binitlon" wss certainly a success, and the l.Oltl) certainly ret his seal of approval lOxSgiurrAUY Blaink is said to on the partnership. Kteruily alone will bo, wortlijen millions of dollars. reveal how much he contributed In the if you know how to play unruibarrawed proiiretof the first werknf the Praukfort meeting. It i a ourlous the cards? Itarues-Woodoe- dc here. Her husband tailed for Europe last Friday, He cues to attend a Medical University in England or Germany, Miss Harriet Adams, a handsome young lady from Pieachersville, is visiting Miss Ida Adams, Mr. Jack Chinn,of Harrodsburg, was here this weeK, Mr. R. S. Maitin Is announced elsewhere as a candidate for Clerk of the Rock castle County Court. He becomes a candidate at the ri quest of many friends who win give mm an aoiiveanu nearly support. Mr. Martin lives at Brodhead and is one of our best citizens, lie is eminently qualified for the office, and is well known in the county. His private character is above re proach. In politics he is a democrat. He has a vast numlxrof waini cn)onal friends who will be happy toseo him elected. He will make a rousing race, and he will be elected by a good majority. A serious iiimcuiiy, with prouabiy results, occurred at Ur ad lev's mill on Skaggs Creek, in this county, last Tuesday. William Cromer and Sam Cromer, uncle nnd nephew, were the participants, The cause of the difficulty was an old grudge between the parties. The difficulty began while they were on hoisebaek. but they soon left their horses and closed in a desperate struggle. Sam Cromer got In his work with a little knife, indicting a terrible wound in hUunols'a throit, severing the windpipe. William's weaiKins were rocks At the first blow be felled Sam like an ox, and at the next blow he broke Both men were his skull all to nieces. and a physician conveyed to their home summoned. Dr. MolCeo went out and Sam Cromer's dressed their wounds. wounds weie mortal. William has a fcliance to recover, but tha probabilities are that he wjii die. William isomer la auout ou years l sue and ha been a ,omi ciuzen; bam Is a Wit 21 years old and is unmar. ricd. 2,581. PensoNAX. Mrs. Dr, Z, C. Denny, of Mr. Vernon, Mo., is visiting relatives in this county and will spend the Summer H m ia if :f a. i -- I fl 1 SFRiasrca- 3vc vo'iA.icsrioiiNris. - w.A.o-oasrs- , I, o i K H ft Ifl (A O 2 ''"iMrw. ,77' A.2ST3D BUGGIES JldHcrH, CARBIAGES, NiilKy I'Iohm, i8-- " "'' -- Itvuiiei-M- , .MjU'-lMiiilt'i-- Haj-Kalu'- '03 7 (sralii DrlllH, Coriiriitiilvi'H, CultUatorH, lliirroiiM, ( oriiMii'llrH, MruM't'ulturM, Hay l'roMCH, Tlirurtlf liiK Machine hiuI Kiiglnca, car-loa- N3UUVM And other Implements and Machinery. We buy exclusively from Manufacturer!, lots, and consequently obtain the largest discount and d direct, for cash, in Goods a; Seasonable Prices lowest rates of freight. Our motto 1st "first-clas- s the 13 est is always the Cheapest," Respectfully, '33nua w. wiTiir.iiN, i Mansxer Uucsil.r Dpot. GEO. D. WEAREN, Btanfoid.Ky. tlaoagsis lluiloutlll. aitKKJV 1VIM.IA9IN, I.t . . another, who works without chart or eorapat- s- Drawing and Mlt Madia While one for and keaollM. tetour lives be neither aimless XT. TF.RVOV inTFRTia.KXr.m. trlftlna: slang with ths current, will find hlms.tr I Painting nor useless, hut redolent with tha frtgranea of Eterclse$. eaat aside ss iiMleaa, tarty In ths itrurite, and will good deeda, tha perfume olsenetlfled womanhood, crmiFioATEg ok nimNCTioM Twelve year ago a number of public past away without leafing a traca behind. AnWa have had a happr schooMlfe, let us sea lo It, It. H. JIAUTIN plrlled men founded the above Inatllutlon, other whs entera upon ths voyage, wllh ths Died were awarded a follow: In History, that wa make our hornet happy here, and rrsch It s esndMats for Clerk ol tha Roekeiilla Oaontv pflrpoaaofgalnlnt: srsrtstn hsrhor, will lend all MIsse Madie White, Pattle McOehee, happy homes above. To all of our dear teachers, Court, August election, with the hope of building up n permanent the energies of IS. hit Mag to reseh this point. Ths Jennie Crane, Addie Peeplea, Mary Held, who have been Instrumental In watching, cherish school for young ladle that would rank winds ofdltcoursgetnent may strike, hit vessel, Kllta Owsler, Daisy Ilurnslde. Ltrzie Porl-maIng, and developing our minds, ws owe a debt of JAMr.S H'AM.IN Llllie Shelton, Annie Alcorn. Willi (lie liest in the land, lor a year or and lbs rocks nisy threaten destruction, lot In gratitude which ws cannot better pay, than by NATUnAl, Sciencm, Mlsae Fannie allowing la our lives, that their culture, and ad- - Is seandtdate for Count Judge of Rorkcaitle, si two the aucce. wa not of that nature to Ins lima th deatlried haven will be reached. Who can estimate th vslus of such perseverance, brighten their hope nor until Iter, and the blewlnge rttclred by panning a worthy object Hill, Mildred Iwis, Ira Smiley and Kllen monition hits done lar in all Intended. To our tha Anguit election, IS Uallou. beloved Principal, who haato lalthlully, carefully, Appeal. Austin turned pale and trembled Mr. Trueheart took charge did a realiza wllh determination, wllh full purpose of soul Knomsh Litkbatdrr Misaea Fannie ana lovingly iniiruciol ui, wa can only tayi ws W. M. ) WK.VN lightly on receiptor tho new, but oon reLOCAL NOTICES. 1.1ft will not then Iks Islturs, tion of them teem probable. The luiaband Hill, Ira Smiley and Belle Tyree. thank you from our hearts. And you, honored gained hi composure and said If there Ii an Independent candidal for Aeamtor of motlng nn from high lo higher, Tut mathematics .Mltse Kale Williams, trustees, who hire watched orer the progress of lived only for a abort time, and after hit t W. II, HlKlnn'. . Jlrfnmt on fortune's crowning alope; w no Interference lijr the (iorernor he Belle Van Artdale, Bessie Ilryant and Ma- our Institution, and bate seen your daughters snd Koekaatla County, August election, Itli. The pillar ol s people's hope. IlUY I'aint of Penny death Mr. Trueheart succeeded to tho posMoAllster. mie Ilryant. klniwomen go forth from It, edorurd with all the The renter of s world's desire.'' ilpioed he would hare to hang, but he ition a Kitraii Illue principal, ileing of a JOHN W. KKIUIY Wnler, si Mcllolrts graces which tha eara of laving, and capable teach Mental and Moiiai. Philosophy sy laving: "We are ManjeicuMinemMlres Intended to get out of It If iwalble, wonderful administrative ability and a net educated; wa hats not the ability lo make an Misse Mildred Lewis, Kllen Jlallou. Belle ers would bestow, I entrest you to guard our Col It a candidate for lo tha office of AsIlodt.K. Nr.w I'otatom, Vet. Ac, it McAIIsler will that is almost indomitable, she went linpreaalen upon society, It tskes money and the Van Arsdale, Lula Woldridge, Ileie Dry. lege well. We thank you moit heartily lor your sessor of Rockcastle county, Anguit election, ISSJ, A IIcIkIiIV. kind watchfulnen over Its Interfile Wa thank HnmoN. for Iluckeye ami Odxirne ma to work with a determination that knew no nelporothert.tnd waharsnona or these." How anl and Mamie ilryant. Misses Fannie Hill, Mamie you, kind audience for your patient attention, ami Latin snmanlr aueh etcuieil If Moses hsd tlood with DoAriWI-tesKiitsollne at it Penny A chine at W. II. Hlgglna'. such word a fail, and the result has been rod In hit html, the rock would hare poured forth Bryant, Letlie Itochester, and Bessie Bry- bid all a kind, a hopeful, farewell " McAllster's. The above wa read In an admirable Tub Llvlngaton Coal Company' coal most tatltfactory, for she ha aucceedtd no sparkling waters, snd Iiraet would bars perish- ant. Klkvkn pounih Sugar for $1 it MoAU SCHOOL lllI'LOMA. manner, and a Mis i'ennv sat down amid Agency of South-Ben- d by few ed oflhlrat. Whatarer our position, whatever our can't be beat. Call on T. T. Davleai for lt. in establishing a school liter A lltlglaV Chilled Flowi, Philohophy Mental and Moral the heartiest applause, a shower of flower of it kind any where, making it the pride opportunities, work la demanded that IheMpoel- Avery's Oaat and Steel Plowg, Buckeye Ini: Chkam Prreaers, Water Coolers, Ac, Nicholas Wai.kkii an old citizen of of our town and county, and filling in a Horn, thest opportunities may be Improved. Ms-n- jr Mlsae fiallie Penny, Annie MoKlnney and4 seemed to have enveloped her. The bene Reapers & Mowcra.SweepstaVeg Thresht W. II. HlitRin.'. nobla examples meet ua both In hlitory and jaie it line. diction waa said by Iter, J. M. liruco at ers, Mitchell Farm Wagons, New Natural Sciences MIsse Sallle Pen- 1 0:30 and another tcholasticy car wa ended. Sewing Machines, Taylor's ElastloHome Halt, I.I me ami (Anient comtnntly on Dsnvlllr, died Tuesday, of pneumonia, full degree the measure of Its founders. song, that ikow lha retulta for a Used purpose, a Bed nana a a, uwaie? . The sweet girl graduates go forth lo the Springs. .She has been it principal for ten years, a pereererlag effort, naainlnstba records of our ny, Annie McKinney and Kate White. I.ITEKATURK K.VOMSII Mlate Annie duties cf life under the fairest auspice and Mil. J. T. Ha mil ha freth fih for tale longer time than any other school in the own country. Io not glorious tchlevements New slock of Jewelry ami .Hilrerware it mark arerr ge Within tha pail few years, wa McKinney, Kllen Uallou. Kate White, Ir- amid the kindest withe of score of friend. Penny AMeAllsler's. twice a week Wednedy and Ssturdav, State, tare one, ha been under a comecu-llr- And many worthy names. President OarSeld, win Baker, Lula Woldridge, Mildred Lew- May they find them alwaya bright aud JUDGK ALVIJV WUVAIYL, Hoiia Wati.h littler than In any pant at hi meat and provlafon store. closIwrn and raised In comparative poverty, reached management, The session which is. Bessie Bryant, Mamie Bryant and Sal- - rosy. the majority of the Ol Frinkfort. It a seasons, at Mcllolierts A HUrr's. candidate for SUPKRtOll scholar from a distance will depart for been most thahlghestornca In theland, Ij puriulng with lie Penny. brilliantly Miw. In Ibis, the Watchi, Clocks and Jewelry repaired warmest S. (A TiiUEHKAriT extend her ed laat night so there hahabeen before a resolute purpoae and unswerving ptratrerance, the JjATIN .Misses Kate wnite, iva omiiey their home, where loring heart are JUDOi:tha Democracy.2d District, subject to lha prosperous. True thank to the Valley Cornet Hand and warranted liy Penny A McAllster. itb he entered In the early yean of lata manhood and Mildred Lewis. ready to greet them with a tender welcome. German Misses Annie McKinney, Kl They go bearing the respect and love of Oai.L on W. II. JIlnRlrn for crM and for the excellent mualc furnished last larger number of pupils, but the boarding Htrp by atep, ha ascended tha ladder of fame, SInj. A. E. KICHAltn.N, ' , department ha nerer been so full, nor hai reaching Ita topmost round, bilore the pencil, len Uallou and Sallie Penny. all with whom they have be thrown.and we grain scythes, Saddler' grain cradle, Ac night. bid them good-bywllh the hope that or Loulivllle, la a candidate for Superior Judge InV class of scholars attended. of tltna hsd touched his hair with ailrer lines. l'UHK Alden Fruit VineRar, lient In the 2.1 District, lubject to lha action of tha iri.l( t...ln Mmntalfcl III Faiimeiu) desiring to lay in their winter ever a better tt.. tr.l. All can not be gotemon or rulers, but all their bright face will again be teen in our thla the world, for tale only by McAlister A IlrlffliL Democracy. Disease nor death has entered its portals msy become stronger, wiser, happier. supply of coal would do well to tee the An tchool ol Natural Sciences, English Liter midst at the beginning of the next session, You will find the leit and this year, but each bright fsce that saw almlcm Ufa la a wasted life, and must re- ature, Mental and .Moral Thilosopuy and which commence on the second Monday In ptoprletor of Lincoln Mill. It will be cents cigar In town at Penny A McA lisII. M. IHJ1CDETT, the tetaion open last fall was brighter laat sult la s miserable death. September. Man waa not Latin, wa giren a Diploma with the demoney In their pocket. ter's. Of Lancaster, It a candidate for Judge of the Sunight at It close. The established pro- mads lo 11 up blanks, to be the mere plaything gree of M. K. L; the Principal adding that LAND, STOCK ANDCR0P. J. II. A H. II. Riiank are rccelrinR and preme Court from the 2d district. Hubject to tha let ua not the deserved the commendation of her Uncle Jimmy Wakiiex, after conu!ta. gramme for the closing days of (he school of clreumilanrce. My achool-matc- s and opening a nice new lot or XciRler Mioes Pari green and lime I given a a action of tha democracy. tlon with friends ha vriaely concluded not It a sermon for tho benefit of the young overlook this fact. We msv never lead an army teachers, for her perseverance, energy low cut. to battle, may never achieve a victory 'mid blood aucces. remedy for the army worm. Mia Annie McKinney wa also awarded Any otr. wishing to buy So. 1 new to buck agalnat Tom Newland for Jailer, ladies, an account of which waa given in snd smoke, thai will burn upon history's pages A pig with fire feet constitutes a side- hew spring miilihery, Dinloma with tbe deirree of M. K- - L. for show at Mr. John M. McItoerts, Jr. Uolumbua btiRKT can rare money by call- but will devote hi whole time to special our isiue of Tuesday, a Concert and the forever, but wa may upon conflicts of heart and mind that may raga aa fiercely snd Ux our pow harlng completed the schools of History, ing on W. ?. Walton. religion correspondence of this paper. A lot of new oal from sold In Commencement. Hbllk English Literature, St. Louis, Monday, from 65Texas cent a of Misa vicinity IIuniiKadetlret to Inform the Ladles ers ss uiigntnr. Yes, and our victories may be a Natural Sciences, A IX farmer having the McCormlck lo 08 tala that the Is constantly receivings the cosennT very handanrae line of splendid new Spring and The Drug Store of Ii S. Hood, Shelby Occurred in the Opera House on Wednes- uectaite, ai immortal. There are thousands of Mental and Moral Philosophy and Ger- bushel. Macliine'csti get extra and twine at A. i JIIMInery, bleeding and broken hearts, Ihst It msy be our man. She wa complimented by tbe Principublic I). Owen, Agrnt. Geo. D. Wearen ha bought 300 acre Summerlow figures. which iheoflVra to thaatock Citv.was closed by hit creditor a day or so Owsley's. J. Among her beautiful ol day evening, and wa an unusually elegant privilege lotoslhe, thousands of tortured souls pal a follow: Misa McKinney ha done of wheat at $1.00 tier bushel, but has ceas at very Trimmings are all the latest designs. Including tha A rui.1. line of California Canned flood, since. He ssy he I fully able and ready upon whom we may pour the oil ot consolation. well. During the paat year especially, she ed rage, esthetic (lowers. She haa also a Mantua-Makiaffair. Mis Addie Purnell, the accomto buy at that figure. including Apricots, wraties, rears, readies to liquidate the laat cent he owes, and Inha studied with great industry. at la given Department, where the greatest attention In .Marion l.Vi hogs oil slop plished teacher, assisted by Mr. Kate Whatever may give direction to our worldly and l'ie Plum at McAllMer and lirlgbl'a. tends to to tha cutting, fitting and making ot all Mi" Sallie Penny, In the schools of 10 35 to $8 iier hundred: a pair of sola let a desire to 'Inherit a home, and crown make tome body smoke for Injurkinds of dreiiea. 27. work faithfully and In "that city Smith, ha done her Tnv tbe Celebratel "Cooking Oil," a ing his buiiness. which hath foundations," prompt History, Natural Sciences, English Litera- old work mule for $275 and a pair of pure Vegetable Oil, preferable to Lard and well, a wa abundantly proved by the every thought, word and deed. We love to think ture, Mental and Moral Philosophy and yearling lor inueli cheaper; for sale only by McAlister of a bright future, todrrain of happy boura, aod German, received a Diploma with the deCiiAn OnriiAiirt Swings opened yester- many difficult piece which Iter pupil llie Danville Advocate says that fat A llrlgliU Joyous days. The encouraging icene upon which gree of M. E. L, Of her Mrs. Trueheart day, and is now prepared In every departhog are scarce In Doyle at 8 and A cents. with such apparent ease. Her Stikfosd Strkit our eyes now reit, gives fair promises. Thla said : For ten years, Mis Penny ha been A Cincinnati man bought 3,000 bushel of Hr.ni: ) tub Point I Make. Yon ment to mlntster to the varied wants of the class numbered 40, and each showed evi happy commencement want a good article and a low ai possible, time, fills our hearts with connected with Stanford Female College, new . KENTUCKY. be delivered in Danville at LANCASTER, . training. The Joy that tha year'a work la dene, that a brlghf, and in all these year ha studied diligent- $1.00.wheat to averagj visitor. Kvery thing I in ship dence of patient, pains-takin- g llig advertisement are all right, but the shape for a big reason, which judging from only objection raised wa to tlie length of summer Is before us, and abjte ail, that we hsve ly, gaining valuable Information, which iiursllon with tou If, Where "lull I buy From 800 to 1,000 cattle on sale at She deserves much Lexington Monday, cenerally of an inferior JOHN T. IIIOGINS, PROriUETOK. for layielf or boy the new ult of Cloth the Isrge number of letters engaging rooms, the programme, which occupied three and tbe plesiureof greeting so intny kind, sympathis- fit her for usefulness. praise, and leave the school followed by quality. Prices from 3 to 4 cent, with ing frlenda. IngT Try I). Klsse, and you will find (if will be reslizcd. A number of guett are a half hours, but a each pupil had to ap-ea- r, of schoolmate and teach- many lelt unsold, A number ol horse otMis not the large. Mock) price and quality to McKlnner was the recipient of tbe well-wishA FIRST - CLASS HOTEL it wa hard to arrange it otherwise, basket after basket of ers. compare with anr. Full line of Iloot, already domiciled. tered, and price raneinc from $20 to $119. In every particular. Tha patronage of the public beautiful flowers, at During the reading of the report, Mis Onlv a few broke mules on the marget, and solicited, and (lood. Khoes and TilEttr. is blood In the moon on tbe lluck though a little cutting of the long instru the conclusion of her reading. satisfaction guannteed, lij-u-j White exhibited her skill in an excellent Wr. hare athjnllo our business a larger Creek School District In this county. It mental pieces might not have been amis. teuing at irom ? tu to 41110. Mis Kate White was next presented. rendition of "Fascination Waltz" and with of the Ctnrwi Crybtl Sxttatif seems In Cincinnati good cattle are active at assortment that for a pecuniary consideration The features that seemed to give the most She was Irwin Baker sang a sffcet duet, that $5 to $0.50 for fair to best butcher; $G to and cm lit any eye. Heine; of hanlrr glass also clad in a costume of pure Mis full wag judging from the applaus;, were of touching melody. The Band they do not scratch nr easily deface, and one of the Trustees agreed to employ a pleasure, while, releived by wreath of natural flow- also furnished some lively music, and wa $7.25 for good to choice shippers. Comwill retain iheir Uautful iWitV Thla de- young while woman a teacher, who had the Opening Chorus by the class; "Sweet mon Btock I dull at $2.25 to $3.50. oxen FOK NAIiEI $3 to 1 25, Hog are still in demand at partment will be undei the charge of Tho. been educated at Herea, and the eople Ilosy Lips" by Misa Daisy Uurntide; the ers, and looked moro than usually lovely. much complimented. Miss Sallie Penny was loveljr in an ele- $3 to $3 25 for the best shippers and $G 25 The subject of her essay waa "Music" and Ktchtrils, who will carefully fit them to swear 1 have for aale at my Meat HI ore gant white suit end was the object of much that they will not agree to allow a remarkably welt rendered medley, "Songs In it she forcibly far any Eye for any purjKwr, near-tighdemonstrated it wonder- interest a she appeared, and in a graceful to S7.2U for common, sheen are steady at eraon educated with negroes to leach New and Old" by Mis Llizio Farrit; the teeing, hooting, Ac McKobrrti A Sttgg. 3t to 51 cent. Lambs are slow at 4 to G. PLANTS OF ALL KINDS! performance of ful lowers to soothe, cheer and embolden. manner read the following: their children. The excitement over the skillful instrumental bpears i'lshcr band u the following VALEDICTORY.. PERSONAL weight of lamb weighed by him thi Miss Kllen Itallou; Her reading wa very fine and the was not And especially "Old lllack Joe" by matter is tab! to be at white heat. ht we celebrate the ninth annlveraary of week : G3 for Armp Dawson, average 70 only awanled with round after round of MIm Jtnnie Crarc'a excellent execution returned Mim LtiNATii'. Mr. Nelson Petrey brought applause but was completely hid behind a ths Commencement exercises of thla College! Ten lbs; 18 for John White, 74J lbs., and 8 for Sweet Potato, Cabbage, Tomato, &c, with the left hand only, of "Home Sweet years have rolled away alucea large audience Milton Itaney, 08 lbs., to S. II." Bruce. home in fine health and piriu. to town yesterday for trial for lunacy a Raised by A. O. Pendleton. All "Dumb' Quartet" pyramid of flowers piled up by admiring of Intellegeut snd refined people assembled at tha W. 11. Mock, S averaging 72, and Tom Mil. J. I). PiilOR, of Ianoasler, wa young man named It. F. Denny, whose Home;" the laughable friend. Presbyterian Chuich In thla place, to witness the Uobinon 00 at GSL to 15. F. Itobinson. Orders frcm a Distance by Mifses Mamie Ilryant, Annie Alcorn, Promptly Pilled. orer to tee her husband thi week. mind teerua to uiave been filled with the Mita Irwin ItaKer, . bright and graceful doalng scenes of the tint year'a work. Ten years! Q. A. Lockey, 80 averaging 88 lbs; M. E. Madie While and Nannie llallard, which, Miasim IUciiki. CAiircNTKit and Nannie Idea that he la bewitched, and that it is hi J. T. 1I.VKKIN. young lady of Louisville, read an essay en- To tha mind oftha young alonglapao of time an Dawson, 30 at 70, and .!. L. Dawson 80 at 40-- Address tl by the way, was vociferously encored and Stanford, Ky. age an eternity, but to the experienced, the old, 77J, to Tom Woods. The prices paid were Ioter are guertaof Mr. 8. P. Stags. bounden duty to kill the min under whose sweetly sung, "Longing for titled "Critic," which, beside, being a only spsn, s point a few daya, gone loreter' 5 to 5 cents. Mita J en .nik l'lilLLlii", of Harrod-- . spell he Is, and he ha made several at repeated; the production of very dicided merit, was Let ua for a while review the ten years, and note the Old Fireside" by Misses Irwin Baker, burg, I risltlnj Mia Lou Dinwiddle. giren with an elocutionary effect, so lomaoflho many changes that hare taken place. tempt to do so. He ha only been In this Nannie Dunn, Letlie Itochester, Kate SK1V jDTKUTISEMKJTS. Mm. Alma IkKii.r. and Mim Kate condition a few week and formerly wa a striking as to surprise even those who A decade may bear upon lta bosom the convulilve White and Delle Tyree; the "Master and throes ol national lire, the direful agonies of naSuccessoia to Daugherty A Uolmea, WiiKiiuiTT, of Lincaater. were at Dr. Wiknew her power In that particular. tional death. Only changes ol great moment quiet, hard working youth. The Jury proPupil" well sung and superbly acted by lton'. Miss Maker is a graduate of a Louisville strike a chord In tbe hearts of millions, and cauao nounced him intane and he will bg taken COMING ! STAXFOHD, - - KENTUCKY, Misses Kate While and Irwin liakerand MlMKS Alio: Hcvkuakck and Heuta to Lexington. school and entered Mr. Trueheart' school them lo vibrate with deep Interest." Since the beMmurACTuaars or last tbe vocal duet, "Woman's Itighta" by ginning of this period three tuccestra rrealdenls CAMiwr.l.l, of Lebanon, ate at Mr. Jot. The wsgout with the The trist of Saui. Holmes, which was to Mis Llnie Farri and Master John Myera, solely for tho literary course. Her effort have had their term In tha White Home. Two Severance's. have been had at Liberty this week, was which brought down the house and tent wa received with many evidences of favor of them liar passed calmly Into tho quiet of pri- HoHft 9Iilk l'roTiHiou Itmuins aki Amok IIuh-oix- , Miss Jr-SN-iK putotTfor another six months, this time the somewhat wearied crowd home and an array of llowera that must hare vate life. The thtnl, to tho great aorrow ol milof Harrodburg,re gurt of Dr. T. II. lions of leo pie who had become endeared to him Manufactured by Cook A Long, KIcholaavllle, Ky. by the Commonwealth. It seems thai thi in the best of humor. During the per done her heart good. Sold only from wagons. Montgainerr. Mr. S. S. Myers, brother of the principal, for bta klndneaa, snd wisdom, a promlseof anobta esse is destine! to be worn oat. It waa formance, the young ladle were fairly admtnlitratlon, was cruelly assassinated In tha beMkh. M. It. McAlidtiih ha UIOTed taken from here without much show of covered with beautiful floral offerings by came next and read the ginning ol hla glorr and iiower. An awful trage from Georgetown to Danrllle, where he ANNUAL HEPOItT. dy that shrouded tho nation In gloo-- for months. reason, and now It has got down in the their friends, some of them receiving a rill make her home. paased with the years, leaving upon All mountains, it is likely to stay there on many a six large bouquet. Miss Purnell Omitting for want of space the long list of tba these have vo VOV11T4K nation Impressions of much good, asd much Mifucit Stem-- a ani I.r.i.A Mahkh-HURiPRSiis: the docket. It Is a very costly case as all was alto the recipient of a basket of lovely distinguished and most distinguished pu- evil. And yet, our country his escaped the hora prelly ptir from I.ancanter, ii with Oftneniost approTeil pattern, manufactured by pil in the primary and intermediate tho witnesses have to go from a distance, flowers sent by a Lancaster friend that rors of war and made wonderful advancement In A. It. Andrews, Chicago, Id good order and cheap. Mit Jennie Itichtrd. we only give the names of those commerce, manufactcrea and letters. Cities hava Inquire at Christian Church, lluitonfille. or ad some a far a and, Mim J. II. llU.M.AI Danville, Ky. Mattir Dunk, ol MhIImiii, :ircuuittance, Ixiuiavillp, that itunder the must have repaid her somcwhit for the who won prizes or premiums, Certificate of leaped into life, snd wild, trackless forests, hava dress wc move be "filed Immense amount of nervous concern for came down to tee her titter, MIm Nannie, bate giren place to the buiy throng that hurry Di.tinction and Diplomas. The first are with leave." the success of the exhibition. oter Ita bosom wllh eager tread, gathering with through the Commencement. given a Incentives to study in the prima- unttringbandsltatrraiures of soil andalr. Old THE COMMENCEMENT. IlKTTER TlMMl PltUMISKIl. Mr. II. II. tiKN. T. T. ('MiKAim, of Manchester, nnd preparatory classes, the Certificates places hare become new, new places grown old, Desiring tn go West I offer lo sell my beautiful The annual recurring Commencement, in- ry pawrtl here Tuetday, to attend the Suie-rlo- r Jenks, Chief Head Clerk of the Uailw.iy and change la written on all things. Ten years 100 and odd acres, well improved OF ALL KINDS. stead of growini;' monotonous seem to be arc awarded to those who make certain ago, our little city wsa a msra village, whose little farm of a of stock water, and In a high itate WAGONS Service of Kentucky, waa here yesterdsy in and abundance Court Conrention at Lexington. progres in the Collegiate Department, and of cultivation, lying Immediately on tba turuplke principal streets looked dismal from the ibadowa between Stanford and Mn. IiAitt. Ouixrof the Continental answer to our complaint to the manager invested each jesr with new interest, if we Diploma to those who We manufacture Carrlagea of all descriptions, I.incnter, li miles trom have completed a of old and weather-italne- d frame stores. But tkeae Manloid aud 3 miles from Lancaster, and !j of a employing onlv flrat-claworkmen and using Insurance Co. of Chicago, ! on a brief Tta-- It or the Sth Ktilway Djvi'ion, Col. C. Jay are to judge by the immense crowd that study. only first-cla- ss material, and sell at reasonable have been replaced, In many Instances, by tub. mile from (lllberta Creek Depot. atwaya attend tl.em. List night was no oguree style, woramansnipana material coniia- French, of tho bad management of mail tu hie pirent anJ friend, looking well. KtruiF.uronn. bousMedal are given to the student of mu- ttantlal and elegant realdencea and buslnesa 61.2m ered. Ullberta Creek, Ky. liij llAUUIIKllTY A llYDt:. Mii. Katk Smith and Mim Makv matter of late, especially In that which exception, forntan early hour the Opera sic, the star medal to the beet performer es. Look how onr limits are widening! We are atretchlngoutourarmsln all direction! Even toe House began to fill with old ago youth and Wll.i.UMk, teacher at the College, left makes It necetsary for our papers to take and the Maltese Cross to the pupil who ha old church, that wltueased tba debut of our achool yeaterday to tpeud the T.icatlon at their two days to go to Huttonville and other beauty, until at half pu.t eight its seating made the most marked improvement. The haa changed, snd the glaring red of Ita old walla point on the O. 8. R. It. We found Mr. capacity for over COO jieople, was drawn on homes. has been coverod by a mora fishlonable tint. Tbe to its fullest extent, many being forced to former was awarded to Misa Kate White, Court-housMlSH Lui.A MclClNNKV, who ha been Jenk a very clever and obliging gentle crowded on where and the latter to Misses Maggie Owaley, Commencement, haifor sevena yean we and now, laput on new dree,; attending tchool at INrrodaburg, ha man, and we are sure that he will do all In stand. A little before eight, the young Mamie Ilryant and Belle Tyree. Miss El- dlrested of Ita varloua props and surroundings, DBULEa IN his power tn give us relief. He says our dies clad fur the most part In emblematic and it a gueat of Mr. John J, len Uallou, being only a littln behind Miss looks quite Independent, judicial, magisterial, papers shall go through In a day to these white, preceded by the Principal and at- Wiiite in building, what Of Ihit hsndaoma music, received a beautiful pres- Imposing. Maj. A. K. HltllAliUs, candidate for points or he will take a hand In it himself. tended by the Teachers, took up their line ent. Pharmaceutical Preparations aipectalty. Tbyalclana' Prescriptions accurately compounded. ahall I tay? One has but to examine, to admire. of march from the College to music kindly Wed-nedaI will not undertake to show bow much It haa For deportment, a prize ia given. This Superior Judge, paued up the road furnished by our Cornet Hand. To say did not signify that the young lady re- done lo the way of advertising our city. We have MARRIAGES. Ho appear confident of being the been blessed aa our neighbors, since lis spacious 8am.ee-0ve- ns. In the race to come oil" July (J. winner At 10 o'clock yes- that they presented an array of loveliness ceiving it ia the only good girl in school auditorium and taiteful proportion! uiurped the but faintly expresses the fact. They were but among all the good ones, the is pre- grata grown roola ol tha old mercantile stands. Mm Jknnik llnoAiiU8, of Madiaon, terdsy morning, In the handsome parlors graduate, of the claju of '81, waa pretent to of the mother of the bride, Mrs. Mary simply charming in their fresh young eminent. Mis Luana Dudderar, who vi- Lite It full of change! Look Into tha world of naInnocence. Nature olated no rule nor regulation during the ture, which It ever abandoning tha oldanddla ee another aeaalon cloae. She la the guett Owens, Mr. J. W. Bailee, of Montlccllo, beauty and girlish play tng Itself In the new. Who would dream that was united in marriage to Mita Pauline smiled on the happy event, giving a clear ten months, wta given the one offered to tha beautiful bud, to day Just opening lis ilender, of Mi' Mary Owaley, an old claiumate. SEND US YOUR BUSIbeMlhsra IIettibanii Annik IIaiuiih re. Owens, Kid, W, L. Williams, oflicialIng. sky and a pleasant breete, while the day pupils and Miss Maggie Davis that of- delicate petals, would on the morrow be a gorgeout, NESS CARD FOR havior ot the audience was never moro fered to tho boarding department. rich, and erft tlowerr Yeiterday It timidly turned yeaterday from Hichmom', whither Tho bride, who is a lovely and handsome TRADE LIST. raised Its bead from tbe dark earth It Tho exercises were opened respectful. young lady, was very beautifully attired The prize a gold ring for neatness is ttanda In royal array; and on tbe morrow It will they had been to attend a grand entertainD. LAHDRETH & SONS, given by Dr. Harrl, on the occaaion and never looked better than on this Im- with an appropriate prayer by Iter. J. S. confined to the pupils of the Hoarding De- wither and die. But we are well content that ment PHILADELPHIA. portant event of her life. The attendants McKlroy and then the Salutatorlan. Miss partment and shows that tho recipient tbesa cbangea mould occur; otherwise Ufa of the graduation of Ills ton. MusOionaiA Pnooroit, of Danville, were Misses Annie ilrowii, Leila Owens Annie McKinney, was Introduced. Sho was Misa Jennie Crane it most distinguished, would be but a dull and spiritless atata. No cbange,no Improvement; no death, no life! To and MIm Jennie Knott, of Ibanon, for- Mollle Owens nnd Permelia Cloyd handsomely dressed In a suit of pure white while Misses I.ula Wok' ridge Kate White, look mora closely about ua, let ua note tha changes mer pupil of the tchool, attended the and Mess. Sam Owens, Davit, Ii trimmed with natural flower and in a Lettie Itochester, Addle Peeplea, Llllie wllbtn the home circle. Alas! wa grow tad when Commencement. Tbe firat I a gueat of Phillip and W. S. Bhepperd. After modest though distinct manner read tho Shelton, Alma Hays and Maggie Davit, wt contemplate changes here. Few fatuities bare escaped tha sorrowful coecta of ten yean' tim- eMIk Mary Oaaley, the latter of Mlt hearty congratulation by the friends following were honorably mentioned. BAI.UTATOUY. STOCK WATOHES.OLOOKS, few hava escaped tha dangers of disease and death. and relations present, the party retired to Florence Trueheart. A gold pen was presented to Miss Kate About lue are gather! tbe jriMiug, tlw mlJJle-sgtxl.t- ae Death, with ruthless hind baa plucked aoma of the Oiik bualnea manager was able to be tho dining room whore a superb feat improveAM SIIVIUliVAltl? uioatpiecloua buds aid blossoms about our hearth. olJ IbtLumllir tare of uiy school- Williams for the most marked about yeaterday, but Mr. Joe F. Waters, awaited them. How excellent it waa may mates sml trachrrs, our ijuipatMaltig uiolhcra ment in jwnmanihlp dming the year, and stones. I recall one, who, Ilka su opening llower Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches, (Hooks and the foreman, continues very ill of typhoid be Inferred when it la told that Mrs. Ow- anil fathers, brothers and tillers Itio lloird of a premium to Mis Mamie Ilryant for not touched be an untimely frost, drooped and died. Jewelry Repaired on short notice, and Warranted, Wa aorrow that one m promlsiug should bare been lulntatera of (lod, all com together to fever. James Nunncller, tho KauiteyV, ens was assisted in lis preparation by her Truitee,our Chuuiaeueeiuent exenlws. We are only writing the best in her copy book but taken away. witness Willie 1 locker, Johnnie McKoherta and neighbors, Mrs. Priscllla llronn and Mrs. glad to all-a- nd "Early, bright, transient chaste aa morning bid you weleuuie. That In her exercise, letters and compositions. sue iparsieu, waiexnaieu, ami weui 10 iieaveu. In the Preparalary Department, Misses llennett Cloyd. At 2 o'clock the couple toiuaay sr here, prou that the ulucatloa of the the other caaes are all Improving, we will not forget that God lu Hla goodness witli all their attendants took the train for daughter, of Auief lea, Is su objei t of deep Interest. Dolly Mcltobert and Lena Hamtou re- But gathers the precious ones to liluiaeir, where they LOCAL MATTERS. a teens la crowd out Frankfort, where a titter of the groom lVoiileda not no cuawa.Jo wllntw Is uisulfcst ceived the prize for reading and spelling, blooiu In perpetual beauty. 'Tie sweet to think which they fori DJu UK the Livingiton Coal Company's coal. will give them a reception. Among the u tbtoiwratioutot wind a' matter, and uothlug while Mlt Mary McKtnuey received one of them these dear ones -- ones tha couiolooe of big array of present we note tho follow- (Itm us wore hearty I'lwmre. (Iwu lo know that on the tame ntudlea in the Intermediate our play and study, wllblu our College walla, now It la the beat. the companions of aogela, In habltatlouaof bless-dneaing t Silver butter dlth, Miss Mullie Ow- jou are lotetosUd In ui, that youoaiu out from Department, In the latter Department May wanot believe they loot down upon TllHKK IIUNDHKIl Tlt'lUHAM) IllllOK for one oreolng, to ahow your conDenote lteld, Lou Misses set table mats, Mr. J. lleatly; set your hautit this ens; Dunn, Klla ua IlaB Just Opened a Flno Stook of wllh keen, lotlog Intersil? sale. Apply to Henry Ilaughuian, Stancern tu us. and In ths mum) of education, Auild was a lliua of Joy to them, and year glass pickle castors, Mr. and Mr. Jo. Ihotrer vsrylng espresslon of tbs aweet old lacs Shanks, Maggie Owsley and Mary Bright, ford. .McAllMer; 1 dot napkins, Jos. Severance; of mother nature, one mark la mmmi, which suffers each received prize on certain studies, and after year we will greet them, though unseen, I iiavk received a big aupply of Ice and with loving thoughla, and happy voice. cut glass and rilver vase, Miss Annie ua Changs. Ivlj Is there In llrlug, burning in the Preparatory, Misses Luanna Dud-der- .'Darkly ouceuioro warms upon tba brink, shall keep it constantly on hand for sale. Urown; pickle bruUrs. Tbomyiladaof allver ilsra that glitIt.a.l. V, .... IV". W..U., .n.l ..v. W, May Helm, May liuruckerand Madie ...p.,, ..f.l..U. U....I.I. .u, bKnH I,. Knl. castor, W. 11. (Icorge; Indi- ter on thai 'brilliant archliilifv ot the aklts," aa Yes It may be nearer thsa w think. T. Harris. J. vidual castor, Soo Owvnt; silver butter Consisting of Ate those wLom death haa parte I from our lot." ell at ths uiluuttal grains ol wild trod uttderfcot White were tbo fortunate) one. Littlk Pkusonal. A "little lady" ar- knife, Mrs. Alice Millti allvei serve Jug, Hik la euihall tones, uf a roUston, uitgbtjr Miss Mildred Lewis received the prize Tba year, though uneventful, hai gone forever day or Mis Leila Owens; silver pitcher, goblets purruM- - 1 he liny dewdrojis, bum of ths e'eufsg, for Composition, and Mis Irwin Ilaker for with Itawork, whether for good or evil, but rived at John V. Pennington' a "Not In vain tha dlilance beckooa two ago. She came to stay. s and waiter, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Wilhlte; sud absorbed by tbe morulng, comet upon no blind Klocutlon. forward, forward, let ua range; errand. It aluka dwh down luto ths heart of souit Let ths people run forever Several of the teacher gave tpecia) tllvcr butter knife, Mrs. J. M. Drown; set faded, withered tlswor, sud swsVeaa It to new Ufa Down tha ringing grove of change." This announcement that Mr. Duty had silver teaspoons, Mrs. Mary Hardin; silver and besuly. Ths modest violet, whether bUwu-lo- g priz;. Mis Dora Ilryant presented oue The hour puses too, and will soon be numbered the P. 0. at ltichuioiul Junction teems to siuld the stately dtwers of tho rich man's gar to Mix Jennie Crane on reading Latin, with tba dead, Let us Imprest upon Itaabtnlog butter knife, P. W. Hardin; silver (lower have been premature. Mr. Isaac Hamilscattered In wild profusion on hlllalda and basket, Mr, Jno. lloatty; tufted pin cush- do,tr docs Mita Addie Peeplea for marked improve- moments tha resolution to itaiup lupruveiueut up. Also, a Hioo Lino of vslley. bol lira lor Itself alone. Although ton still handles the mails there. on tha years ol our future. Let 11 arouse ui Iroiu ion, Mis Jessie Drown; cut glass and sil- ilad In robes of royal hue. It teat lies all a lesson of ment and Mis Nannie Dunn for receivtudltfercuc to lha mighty limes of tba p.reaent, IIuu(H.ai.y. Some cowardly thieves en- ver vate, James Craig; hand painted watch modesty, sttdghvldeestTcryoiis with the sweet ing the greatest number of ticket in cor- and urge us with Hied besrtt, and unwavering tered the houe of Mrs. Salllc Ilalley sever- poukot, Miss Mary Kay; hand painted breslhof Its perfume. Not only lutbstelnilaucei, recting mistakes in exerciau. She aleo tight, to go forward, making tba future radiant Intveiy furiuof ualurs, vesea deuulle plan, gave Mita Maggie Holme a prize In Qeog. wllbauciesa. lilts-matetlcseiour caI am oponing daily a Full lino ol tbo Boat Goods in tbo Market, to ba al miles from town the other nlght,and stole banner, Mr. M. Logan; silver vase, Mita but adUtluti puruM. What of thta law lu luanf Is reer as atudenta, but not, I Iruit, our uteres! In sold at Bottom Pricoa. Call and oxamlno. ' Cloyd; chair tidy, Mrs. Laura It therefrom $160. No one ha beeii arretted, Parmelia uotss maulfestf Let us examine, A ywiug raphy. Mis Florence Trueheart bestowed each other. At residents of thla air snd Uautlful mau who tries first out meant of aupport, tbcu upon Miss Maggie Holme a prize for county, 1st us itrlrs to mtkt our Influence a fair and there Is no clew that we hare heard of. Montgomery. Unlet the Governor Interfere. ISprthl Ilipalt It Thi hlniar Jnrnal fflTA-irnroiar)- , LaNCAITKII, Jl)NK 18, 0.03 I M. The of Win. Austin for killing Ilety Friday Mornlnp, Jane 10, 1882 llland laat January, for which he wa tried, ronrlrtrd and sentenced to lie hung L S N. L OCAL TIME CARD. at the list term of the Garrard Circuit I'aiMHf f trtlnt Net lh.. 9 M. by the Court of Court wis affirmed ' " Routb w tCllU !nlcnoroiirimI AUSTIN MUST HAND, STANIORO FEMALE Commencement COLLEGE. 3 -- icy. ee F. to. poeed VARIETY NTOItK! mu vi!.nrvoiv. icy.. J. E. VOWELS' full mma, HIGOrNS IIOVU&E! 500,000 PLANTS! Daugherty&Hyde THEY AKE ami Sale! Fine Carriages, Buggies, FOR SALE.! school siiiaisi:e:fai&im: AND PHAETONS, t. PENNY & McALISTER FANCY ARTICLES. DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY WHOLESALE LIST Til DM ID JL MERCHANTS! BHftfS) SEEDS! Bs PENNY & McALISTEE, of TheLARGEST JEWELRY E. P. OWSLEY BRAND NEW GOODS, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, GARPETS.OII GLOTHS&TRUNES TIM W. HIGGINS, Salesman. 3T3t ;"!if Sni-S9tftW- j nfcriorlonriijtl for, . aT.A.iT3roiar), Friday Morning, HOW JAMES GORDON NEW TORK enough to buy it. What tho profits man about iu.ju or 11 o clock ought troubles is shown to bo tho execssivo CINCINKATI SOUTH HUN lltVISION. Apropos of .Mr. James Gordon of tho paper nro may bo easily inferred not to bo regarded ns nn incentive to strain upon tho musclesaull nerves Danglilors, Wives, Mothers! rrTaAn,fti Bennett's return to America and nil from tho fact that Mr. JJcnnctt lias work It is, in fact, tho cfTect of tho of tho cyci duo to faulty educational lllllrtTlAN.-Woralilp- liy the mnirrgallon er- HI. STATIONS K. v. A.n I'.M. P.M. v ery ixiru .nay. rrracning ity ur. J tlio talk about his every net, it occurs inado tho circulation pay for nil tho lowering of vitality consequent on tho methods, tho nnd insufil-cirn- t l. on Hr.t an' Third Ixnradava. Munilay Kchool to mo how littlo tho public unilentflntl expenses, nnd leavo n profit besides, exhaustiou of tho physical sense. NaHnierlnlenilent lighting of school rooms, poor t.ve. Cincinnati.,. S i M S 41 at It. Joa, " llrorgelown. li hi mi n mi tlio in nn nnd his truo relation to tho nnd that tho advertising amounts to ture wants nnd cnils for physiological ink nnd fino print in school bonks, II M1 7 10 II M I)II1IIYTKIIIAN, mnil -l- lev. I. . MelJ. NlalMlaiflflM., New York Herald. Tlicro is an im- over a million per annum. Last rest. Instead of complying with her and other rau-owhich education II M 7 IV II 01 I rey, rnnlor. Kun.lay Hchnol al t V). John W. Union Prayer Meeting on High llrMge... II U ftltllfft luint, hiirlntrnitent. 'Mr. Dennett, becauso ho Sunday's Herald was tho most profit- rcasonnhlo damand, pression that might correct. a nn w Wednesday nlghla. Ii tho ianvme ., JnnHlM city plays polo and give balls at Pau, able ever issued in its history, with its balls tho "feeling" of mental quiesID Ml 1 ua In conclusion, Dr. Lundy lays 44 son, r& "aC I v" spends halt of his time in Kuropo, mid circulation of 1.10,000, and 111 col- cence, mistakes it for clearness nnd down tho following rules for tho better m lMnt llHrnJW'e!"'.'.'.".-"",iiii n Iloekwtti! Shtl fino yacht, allows tho Herald umns of advertising, amounting to builds a 44 Unrlng City ncutcnc!, and whins tho jaded organ euro of tho eyes : . an 111) Hi to run use It. Alio .nets are, mat ncv about 815,000. A great deal of bosh ism witli tho will until it goes on 1. Avoid rending nnd study Arr rltallna ... by IM er was a great property so thoroughly has liecii said almut tho servant girls working. What is tho result? Im- poor light. ". .IIiiIii SI., Nlitnroril, no Lve. I hatehiga.. 44 and minutely controlled by tho spirit making tho Herald pay. I counted up mediately, the accomplishment of a 2. Light should como from tho side, . Xrrlngriiy. M T', lln nnd. vcs. oven tho work of ono man tho servant girl advertisements in Inst task fairly well, but not half so woll nnd not from tho back or from the lterkwhH.1 811 " Point iNtinafle II 441. (thoueh tho work may not mean rcr Sunday's JleraUl, nnd found precisely ns if it had been performed with tho front. IM la Fniitiraail 110 " Junction Clly ular confinement to nn ofiico desk for 155, which nt 15 cents a picco would vigor of a refreshed brnin working in read or study whilo suf- DR. 3. Do not IM B. MARCH. SI, ' IhHITlll ....... ia 44 III JOHN DINWIDDIE,PR0'R. 14) so many hours a day per week) as tho give just $23.25 ns the servant girls' health from proper sleep. UTICA.N.Y.. " lllglt IVrMfa. an ie 4 10 Bemotely, fering groat bodily fatiguo or during ' Nleh4aivllle Blacorrrer of U II. MAHGHISI'B Herald is hy Mr. Uennett. When contribution to Mr. Bennett's treasury or Inter ou, comes the penalty to be recovery from illness. IM " Iilug4un.. OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 IM 1W UTIH.IXK CATHOLICON, M (hwrgetawn .. I Mr. Bennett is in Kuropo ho directs out of $15,000. Thcro was n time paid for unnatural exertion that is, Do not rend whilo lying down. "i 711 IM Arr (.InrlBHall A POSITIVE CURE FOR ftMAlt C0MPUUT1. Ovl0t T44 tho paper as absolutely as ho docs hero. when Iwth circulation nnd ndvertising energy wrung from exhausted or wea5. Do not uso tho oyes too Jong nt ' V Kr. 'Iblarniilwlllalinl.armjnr At.AHAMA (IIUUTM)UTIIHn.S. A.M. BOARD, 92.00 PER DAY. Ho cables ns freely ns ho would talk. wcro perceptibly benefited by this ry nerve centres under pressure. This a timo for near work, but givo them mWjlmat all llmra, ami ali linmnllatrlr npon im nMxramil ana nttin maarlri. na Of ovcrv important ovent which occurs class of advertisements, but now they penalty takes tho form of nervous- occasional periods of rest. Lve. JlMlUtKa. .. DfKI an.! Umiie rmlUloo. thi-Id a " Atlalfct.. . 'itM in tho United States ho is instantly nro simply "a drop in tho bucket." ness," perhaps sleeplessness, almost bo Accommodation to Commercial lit Slarrhipliil lrrln Cathollron will caia fall G. Beading nnd study should " IHrtfllHgbam .. 110 Special lac ot lli v 'inb, I nrortbira, Oironk Inflamma" 'ruieahiuM .... so informed, and when it opens nsubiect Occasionally n lling is mndo at tlio certainly snmo low or depreciation of ilono systematically. .. Travelers. tion and llirratlm of U" Womb, Arr. Meridian .10(10 on which tho paper must commit itself "personals. Tho peoplo who read function in ono or moro of tho great 7. During study avoid tho stooping llrnvirrhaM or Hoodlnf.n, rlnfu, B.iwtrMl , hlir i,( af' Irrrruliral Slniniatl 1,1 tl. Ixi.y' miiialnt, Lvb. MeildUn aea in IlnrrgBge Tritniferred Free of Charge to a (Iclmito policy ho will oucn dic- theso attacks should seo tho Herald's organs concerned in nutrition. To position, or whntovor tends to produco a, uri. r a.l.pMI I wlfl HMMHaeta 10 Ail I. ii.rlluilrj : " UlrmlngMm. .. III Ml K. '.? an- rmmi.hu I f 'M aa n'm.tate, ofl hand, nn editorial, which is huge book of rejected advertisements relievo T'l, " AtlalJa.. t theso maladies springing congestion of tho head nnd face. IN Illiayo recently lakon ch&reoof thlihomo I (1W 41 II 111 AI.I.UIllur t.i.l-'l- -' ark rnr Arr (1iatUnM4j.... forthwith cabled over to tho homo of- - ("tho K eject Book," it is called) in from tiiis unexpected cause tho brnin-workbooks. 8. Helccl ai'il it and intend to haye cin Take Monitor lice, iho reader next day, perusing which every advertisement thrown out VICK.SIIUIKI AND MlillllltAN. 9. Correct errors of refraction with very likely has rccourso to tho accommodations. the Herald editorial views, has littlo for possiblo impropriety of motive or uso of stimulants, possibly nlcoholie, proper glasses. l.ve.lierMlan ToS riiiiiHHiiiii'40 Paris, expression is carefully preserved. The idea that they were cabled fron II41 10. Avoid bad hygienic conditions Kramlon., or it may bo simply tea or collco. Tho 4 :.:.. Egypt or Algiers, as tho caso may b3, Herald refunds about 810,000 a year sequel need not be followed. Night and tho uso of alcohol and tobacco. SM IJI.f,ITIa15Ll NliHtnom U?rrltnr- - Arr. VUk.4rg........ a innm-ii.i- j .. ulatGrroonlirraka Ilia for tlier appear in the usual place al to advertisers whose "favors" havo work during student lifo nnd in after tho 11. Tako suflicient exercise in l"".T. I (so IhlllaaiKl rarrlm Hi l.v. VUkMtirg.... ... lotted to bucIi articles. Cut so close been rejected. Tho interior of tho upI I f Ihr att innIttilrutra wtirn " Jakm ....... years is tho fruitful causo ot much open nir. llranilen. .... i is Mr. Bennett's attention to details town branch oflico is perfectly plasterSTANFORD. KY. 12. Let tho physical Keep pacowun " lrfL.... unexplained, though by no means inall ottirrrriimlira (ill. -. illM that ho will often use the cable in this ed over with such posted notices and explicable, suffering, for which it is tho mental culture, for asthenopia is Arr. Mrrrdran U... im Stoic lloml-n- t' manner even when a topic or point of orders ai these: "Don't tako nny difficult, if not impossible, to find n most usunllv observed in those who VICKSDl'mi, Oil E. II. BUKNSIDE, - Propr. ANII 1'ACIFIC. I af 1 I I Will Jjl ' J 1. minor importance is in question. advertisements from Mrs. . By remedy. Surely morning is tho timo aro lacking in physical development . 1IS 1. For thrt rrlltt aa.1 LveTTkk a Vu l f7 " Ilelta Nothing in the paper is too small or order of James Gordon Bonnet." Or, for work, when tho wholo body is II M ThiB Old nnd Woll - Known ruraof ttil diatrrulng aUllcl'.on, lake Mmiiwih Arr. Manrur .,. Mrs. Arthur's Room. IJrcr ltetulator trifling to escape his nttention. Ho "exclude nil adds from Dr. . By rested, tho brain relieved from its tenHotol Still Maintains Its Lve. Monro..... . beautiIM Mrs. Authur'sroomin her IYSIKlSIA. receives a cony of the Herald every order of James Gordon Bennett." The " IMlt 140 High Imputation, Th sion, and mind power at its best. IrrrlUr Arr. VtefcttHtrg. ful Now York mansion, in which sho llarawllrtfiilalor will hi.u1t-2 40 day ou which every article, paragraph complaints and growls of these adverWaaastrt tiiiihatiallT what wa know ta ANI died, has never been disturbed; her 1m true. JOHN SnilT, V. I am! Oen. Maa. Qa. Appearances ot Artenic Eaters. or item is plainly marked in big bluo tisers, who object to havo their money is Determined that K'y, ClaHnnaU, Obrat K. I'. WII.HIIN.O. K. aa.1 Its Froprietor COXSTI1MTIOX "Whenever you clap your eyes on n needlo is still threaded and sticking in SbouM not lie rrftanlrU a timing allium!. Na- I'. A. L1h. HM. K'y, Ctnelnnatl, U.i II. COLU pencil letters, with tho name of the returned to them, nro one of tho great-ea- t it Shall bo Second to no Country ai a bit ot deiicaio emurotucry in ner ture dcniantla Hie utmoat regularity of ttietawr-H- . A. A. II S. lt'r. CealleminM.Teii.: llllAN.n. Hotel in tho State in iti Fare, writer, nud very often some little city annoyances of tho business depart- woman as plump as a partridge, with (1 l. A V. A l VlekalM , undisturbed; nor will Thrrrbra aula! nature hr taking Appointment., or AttenUrrr J. HAIlllV, r'. MK1KII1B. tl. I' Ify, V., 8. A 'ft Jllaa.: JOB a milky whiteness of comploxion , pufparagraphs obscurely hidden away at ment. A. llrguliler. II la harnilm, lulU ami rflr!aal. tion to Comfort of K'y, Monroe, La. fy eyelids and swollen skin, you've her husband allow auy ono to chango tho bottom of a column, will coino Tho important principlo underlying their Ouetti. ltii.iou.sNr.s.s. refound a victim of tho habit," said a tho room iu its furnitu.ro arrangements. back with a note of correction and One or two Uhlraponnilul will rellrra all Ike tho cheap daily press (as exemplified, CONDENSED TIME. Thcro is tho little rocker beside tho troul-Ir- Incident to a Mlloea atatf. aueti aa Nau-rprimand in Mr. Bennett's own hand for instance, in the growth of the Situ) physician to a reporter, in alluding to ilecgeae will be raavered loaad fram tkaoeial Ulttlnraa, rrraofekarge. Nprclal arroamieilallaaa to nud tho littlo hitter, tun! taiteliniw.tnra.llltrrM after eating, a writing, if there is nn error or a "pull" was fully realized by Mr. Bennett's the growing uso of arsenic among la- standard la tha umith. to I'omraerelatl ravelera. The liar will be There alwaja .aprllej with the rhelraat dies. there is a dolicato tinge of nealiac crocheted slippers. disclosed to uts searching eye. A "If ai.iii.iEti.t. & keen observation tho moment be took Clgara. oraad. of l.liaor. stands her desk, with ink dried on her Penan, mar arolil all attack, by nerattouallr error of the smallest kind, the helm. For three years he bad de- red on the. cheeks, don't bo deceived. ev Mjtmona Urer taking a pen, which sho had has- tha Liferilom limlthr lion. Itvgulater le keep or a misplaced or badly "set up" ad bated in his own mind tho advisabili- Paint, not nature, is responsible for H.llXUOAI) mm:. In STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, vertisement wili call forth n similar ty of reducing the prico of the paper the bloom, made hideous and ghastly tily put aside from somo interuption, It.ll IlltHlTJE 111 IHIT KT NTANrtlllll, rebuke, which may'como all the way from four to three cents. Immense by contrast with tho corpsey white- never to uso again on earth. Her fa- Generally arWng fnmi a illMrJeml Htoinaeh, ran TKAINSIIOINil NDIITII. KV , vorite books nro placed in a tiny case, l rorrrcUil by taking Uiiitnuiii Liter ltrguhitr. Mi aru I, I sat. Ki fun. from Trouville or St Petersburg caution nnd secretiveness of delibera- ness of tho rest of tho face. The arse- with a marker placed in ono of them, 0, 6, WINE, .i.viiMnci:. wherever Mr. Bennett may be, the tion ou the one hand, and great rap- nic enters aro seldom downcast or aMS&K J TooTT, Slmtaona tablo aro illaraae lrMn Liter Rrgulatnr kn rrailleatr tltla Lve. lUthniend.... " lanraiter coma what may, for the just as sho i left it. Oni tho .i chances aro ten to one that ho will seo idity, even suddenness of nction when the ajttetu, kvlng the aktn rkar ami -liKaiaam t cacn r 7 " l.lvlnfaton '"r.""". morning, uy urn era iruni free Irom alt liuimrltlea it. Everybody in the office who is his mind is once mado up, on the oth- drug not only effects tho skin, but pro- piaceu i ManUMrnla, ' Crah llrrhanl anlaol bunch of her favorite familiar witli its inner ways knows er, are strong win Is of Mr. Bennett's duces mentalexhilaration. Theplump-nes- the President, a llradlloura, " SMby Oijr reu..... ChlMrru .nOarlng wllh rollr .m TaUet., Ac. ' Inffll JuwrtvMi .... 4ilnMer-M. l produced by arsenic, is not natu llowera. Even her favorite perfumes lief when Hlwhtmia Liver hegulalar rtrrlf this, and tho consequence is that every character, and when tho. change was MaiMa Woik " MllrhetktMrg ...... . ... Ml u'Vf uVrlve g'Ml id ea Adult. T I ol all klnda one of bis representatives is infused suddenly sprung upon tho public ral plumpness, but rather a dropsical aro in tho toilet bottles at her dress totedrrtae. ItaU,not uHpteaaant. Win St front thla ItaaVMBN ...... . IIH la It N harmlrea ami ffEu.flak !eaBMa. Ijcally eaetu-tc- d , New Have).. . nnd iu her wardrobe hang eifrrtlrr. l'urvly nyMl4. .. .. I'll17 nan MAeUi i 'JTm with his own vigor, watchfulness, and nearly every body declared that the Condition of tho skin. Cessation of "TaTaToTm faTavaal and aalla. Ifcanan ii tier dressos. This room is bright and im.i kiini:y.n. Arr. ClneinaMllJamallan.. . " Jateciteu. attention to detail. Ihereisnot one Herald would be "ruined." Tho high- the habit causes this MrI faclh ll " MLVwlV " Lowtavilteu... sunny, her former maid keeping it Mut of the Uiaea of the k4a.Uer ertairMte dollar spent in a year on that great est circulation was then 83,000; with skin to collapse, and wrinkles nnd . ajranal najok Itratare the wtlefl of Irom lhM.ef Ibe kMneya. aaaeai nro the inevitable results. Of neat, and arranging tho ilowors iu the the Liter fully, atvl U)lh the kMneya ami blaj-Cpaper that Air. Bennett does not know in thirty days it had risen to 100,000, iT TtTfBltaoawXtMMaak nl on ai'pllia-tlotiiainj notNii SOUTH. will lieireaiore.1. in 4 ly ' JUa-Cabout. Unco or twice a year lie reg and has never on a singlo day of issue course, no woman is willing to submit vase, and nttending the canaries e !Bi7Su7. UVla!an,r"' only the OKNUISK. whteh alwara 1. lt ularly goes over the salary list, inquir fallen hack to 100,000 since. Within to this ordeal when it may bo prevent tho window, but never altering tho baa on thewrai'iKr Ilier-I- Z rrede Mark arul SA ta Lve. ljMtt.v1He . of the books, etc. J. II. 7.I1II.I.N .1 ing as to tho merits ot each employee two weeks the loss of profit was made ed, at the mere sacrifice of health and plttco of the furniture,whero Lve. -- ... 1'iiii.auiclpiiii. IMMa 1(3., A GHAKD CCHB1VATI0N. 1632. 8uM by all I'ruggUtt. the Presi" Crab Orchard. with reference to promotion or increase. up, and tho change has proved a most intellect, by n continuation of the uso This room is a placo 4i Arr. MvlBgten comfort Lve. Ijtnea.trr K If any thing irregular iu any brunch wise and profitable one. It is safe to ot the drug. The inevitable results of dent takes much and thoy iu rending ... who know S .0 " .. and meditation, Arr lUchnmrnl. Semi-Weekof tho business occurs ho is at onco say that if tho average daily issue tho nrseuic are hideous and incurable Interior Journal say that the bit of needlework has notified. His capacity for work is should become a quadruple sheet the cutaneous eruptions and loathesome Sv V& And the lAMlavllle by tho PULLMAN rAIiAOE CARS marvelous. "lie can lay out more price will not be raised again. Mr. diseases of the scalp, falling out of tho been many times wet with tears Chicago News. work iu an hour,' said ono of the oldest Bennett now spends $500,000 per an- hair, dropsy, nud oftentimes insanity. husband. To Mewrhlf, Little IUe, MMle, Monlgom.ry, Weekly Courier - Journal ami New Orlrani. employes once to me, "than you or I num on news nud $700,000 on white But what care tho footlight favorites One of the Results Esthtticism. Lioigranta loTeiaa have IhrlrebotceotwdtMitra: Doe year lor H:l. nil-tfar 111 tl mare via Meniil.laor via New llrleaoe. TiMe wuch can in a week." It is really a sight paper. The nverago daily issuo is n or the society bello for those trifling A younir man of Bed Bluff, Cal., than the ile 'ira efooe. Jrv quicker and ratra lawar than hy any other look at his writing desk in his beau- triple sheet, but it will soon he a after conveniences so long ns they can dressed himself as --Ethete, and on a to route. It I. alaatbe Hy iayingua I ids you will receive Car one year tiful Paris resideuco, covered with quadruple, nnd this mouth tho first borrow illusive charms and fictitious wager invited Miss Emma l oiler to your Woe with the the QUICKEST, OHEAPEST AND BEST ir.rrnttua Heralds, strewn With cablegrams, dis- octuple (32 pages) ever issued in the beauty by the uso of a deadly drug ?" nccompnny him tonn entertainment. neii.r of lhi 8oulh, and the ImI, hnglilntand ihleal tauilly Weekly In Ibe lloul? to all faoinlt lnMUrl, Karai, IIIiboK Untied Miaiea. Tbuw vli. ilclre tu ra.uilnea patches, letters, articles, etc. In the history of the paper will probably be Tho young lady did not know that her iDtlUna, Iwwi, NrlfTBiks. Oivrai. Arkauiaa. ol tbelourlrr Juurnal ran Uu ao at aaii ib Tho criminal news of a singlo week escort was dressed in this ridiculous Herald oflice, when ho is iu New published. Tho year 1882 now prom Ouly unw haim lo Chkj. Hi IswU aol IUU tblaofuce. makes a sad showing ot boyish de- fashion until sho reached the placo of ior fuitltrr iHtorwaliWii alauut tkkrta to Ibe York, he will see and "dispatch" about ises to be tho most prosperous which , lokratl, an I vwUraitt ratftto tSatuih, K a STILL LEADS WITH THE fifty persons in a couple of hours. the Jferahl has enjoyed sinco its foun pravity. A boy of Bellovilje, 111., nmusemeut. Slio was mortihed and Florida. nM.tM '. 1. AT.lHMIi:, den. 1'ftM. a ihI Ticket At., Uisiltf 111. Ky killed the girl who rejected his ad indignant at such treatment, nnd when is known that Mr. dation. The moment it Orl' J Anll.onr.Agt. Manfonl. Ky. !rf,KtS7 Bennett has returned to New York There is a personal trait of Mr. dresses on account of his dissipation. she learned that ho bad requested her tho ofiice is thronged with applicants Bennett which deserves mention, for Two Arkansas boys quarrelled over a company only to win a bet, sho bo- THE NEW ROUTE EAST, for all so'rls of favors, and the rapidity never has a public man been more rabbit hunt, and one slew the other camo morbid and excited, and scorned with an axe. A bt. Louis boy stab to dwell so heavily upon what she conwith which lie sees them all and gets generally misunderstood. He has a rid of the great mege is something as- kind heart, and, being an excellent bed the playmate who teased him for sidered a disgrace, that her mind tonishing. disorganized, and she refused "all judge ot men, is also a lustand sen his ignorance of English. A West Nobody in tho ofiice can tell when erous employer, faomo of the people Virginia boy shot his rival iu a girl's sustenance and suffered the most inMr. Bennett may not "bob up serene- in tho JleraUl otlice have been there affections. A Virginia boy confesses tense mental agony nud died.. jihd ohio by.; ly." i There are u number of different thirty or forty years, very many iu- - the poisoning of two persons. A Texprotectionists aro half-waTho to his sanctum. Nobody deed fifteen and twenty years. To bo as boy shot a little girl because she reentrances' Tm:oxiiYMxi:m'xx.xi BEST faithful, honest aud competent is all fused to put down a pail when he or- Communists. They tako millions of AND SELL THE evej. kuows by what door ho has CROOKES VERMIFUGE. often when tho editor in that is required to insure ono who has dered her to. A Kansas boy is ou trial dollars from fivo sixths of tho peoplo BUGGY ON THE GLOBE Tliit iriaral n la Mirlr vrrUM and tt charge or his business representative entered tho Herald s service a position for intentionally drowuinga playfellow. aud givo them to ono sixth. Tho all U in ,oi or daiiifr w ftuuianc-rand Two Wisconsin boys maltreated u Communist would take every thing is watching to see hi in pass into the for lite, It i main Iu lumbal! knuWof wurma several ot the old editors WITH frum tli liumait tjrk(ni It l li l nautrMliijc iu FORTHE MONEY. child nearly to death. Threo boys from every body nnd mako common building his electric bellsharplysounds who havo become too feeble for active Ibe imat(ifJi,-mi(tionirh Htil rtiiMrrti Hill U.i aud summons him to Mr. Beunett's duty havo been handsomely pensioned pleaded guilty to highway robbery in stock of nil properly. Tlio right to Pullman Sleeping Coaches ! It aa rvatlilr ItaatuIhvr wm luolAMri, Hhlcti houM wry li(mikriar larrntaran recomnirml apply It with safety ami iwrkluiir ryrt, bsppy SEND FOR CATALOGUE nreien'cet when he has off, and all they have to do now is to Chicago. An Iowa boy is u forger. despoil one man for the benefit of anSometimes fucra, aiHlJovoaaii(lrtlr iiiicvito'limaly itr- A Missouri boy set firo to a house. A other is tiio bottom principle that unIti lliild our a rrattlu-lth of It la lit been supposed to he lar away from tho report ou every pay-daat tho cash New Mexico boy MUrr Ibat ia uy to Uk- - I'ut ailv unlit AND TESTIMONIALS OF From LOUISVILLE shot n baby. A derlies either form of spoilation. Tho a, iv)4 dMlvra altwtt.trlHa city, ho has turned up at midnight ier's desk to receive their liberal weekcenta. TryatuUir worked all night superintending ly salary, which Mr. Bennett has al- Colorado horse thief is aged 8 years. protectionists calls bis robbery a tarManurM-turby C, CHOtiKi: and HUNDREDSOF LIVERYMEN To WASHINGTON, Offtte, Vflfl .Unit ettrrttt Iiitfavlll, Ky, and none of the other criminals men iff; the Communist calls it an equalinmttersMn the composing and press lowed them. Vor MlaUHUnlrJ by l'KMifr A McAlutki. zation. room, overhauling every little arrange-mentli- n It would be impossible in the limits tioned was over 10. WHO HAVE USED THEM TimoUUHTIIE the building, and going home of a letter like this, to tell all that June 27 will be a great day in Iowa. A lot of land on Broadway, corner 'dT--XDDRE"V"- at G o'clock in the morning. This Air. Bennett has done for the Herald. of Liberty street, in New York, Grandest Scenery in America 1 At that timo the people will vote updelightful uncertainty as to his move- The Herald y is the only enterwhich to the Jumel estate, was sold on a constitutional amcudmont Connecting direct Iu I'riin. Irit for ments keeps every body on tho alert prise in tho world, public or private, last week nt auction at tho rato of not only prohibits the sale of intoxino matter if ho has nut chosen to not excepting tho Associated Press, an ncre, tho largest price, it is cating liquors in tho State, but forbids Baltinwre.Philadelphia&N. Y. come down to tho office for days there Lloyd's or Iteuter's Europeau Agency, stated, which land has over brought their manufacture. It will bo about Tin: MO.HT nUSIUAULl: UOUTK TO The Only Direct Lino to is no telliug at what ungodly hour he which keeps its own steam yacht tor at public salo in tho city. The lot, as hard to get votes for this measure COLUMBUS OHIO. may rise up, like a ghost, before tho getting ship news, n feature which which had a front of twenty-fivVirginia ami tliu Carolina. feet as for a constitutional convention in IlKKKKLNflM: amazed vision of the city or night costs Mr. Bennett $25,000 per annum. four inches on Broadway and 110 feet Kentucky. (ItCNTLIMK. I tiara licen hanjllng youl Ticket, aro on aalo at rlnclul Ticket OrDira, editor, or the foreman of the compos It was Mr. Bennett's first introduction eight inches on Liberty street, brought able-b, And II Tho Baptist of Mississippi number llrewaler yetrn. rio wagua, iibaetuni.rtc far tha and at tlio (.cucral (lllln. or, Ilia ('. A II. Hallway, ilova, decidedly the I'opular Hotite, alfardlng, aa lo .ait four leaa tfaangea and auirlor accwuiuioJalTona fr they hare glreu entire ataill l Hull! Mr-'t- I.oiiInwIIIo. ing, the stereotyping or press room. of fast newspaper trains which has $350,000. Farms wero sold at a much who hare bought them, an-over 125.000: moro thau 50,000 are itUficllHU hetoall In aell a old Air. Uennett died the de- led to the present improved mail ser lower When to able a itm! many rate in tho oldeti time. They whites. This is tho largest and ono of enect than any of the reilou. year.. wore thla Tor further Inturiiiallou, J C. Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, Iru.tlug (leriaral boutbwe.teru Agent, lulavllle. LltNbT, aeanoti cline of tlio Herald was predicted by vice, briugiug Chicago one day nearer would hardly pay lor purchaso nnd tho wealthiest denominations in the you will I able to till all onler. iiroinhtly, lam, The North, Northweet and Weil. In fact, If you some of the nowtpapers. The facts isew ions, and vice versa. What cultivation nt five millions an w. riii,i.i:ii. V. W. N.MITII, Nlcnoi.ii IUnkb, Mrtrrniari, ii. (lau'l 1'au'r Ag'l. contain Plate a Irlii Iu any illrntlon, your lntereal acre. annual session Lafayette, InJ. Oeu'l Manager, State. The forty-thirwill he lieetarrvidhr urcba.lng your ticket, via are that tho nverago circulation, which the paper has accomplished for tlio of this body of churches will be held k C. and l'ln Innall. JTralaarach war 1: l'ull. (iKXTLKMEN: We bate bran tiling a txl tailing under his father never exceeded 50,000 scienco of meteorology and tho daily Ncnr Hixburg, Va., three brothers uiau l'alaea aia: KUiranl New liar Cuichn. and your wurk lit Clarke eounly far the ixat lour hmulaoiurly furnl.bni Iteellnlng Chair copies, except during exciting periods universal knowledge of weather prob- named Ban ton wero at work iu a field in Sardis, beginning Juno 20. 1882. ouraelroa INti with the beat Mllahcllvn launlrertally ami ABDALLAH GLENCOE ! the uunjualfl r.ulinoeula of tbla Old Car. lonu aclleliahle, are Your bungle cualoiuera. of tho war, now average 125,000 par abilities aud when a black snake of enormous suo thereby uiaklug a trip over thl. Una una ol Tho Sate of Kentucky was ninety knowledged by our cualoiuera to be the very beat is well cviuforl ami plea.ure. Try It. Uught In tho rwuulry. day,' and the advertising has been known. A distinguished scientist has completely enwrapped ono of them, years old Friday, but can still read fur the titlo that can be Huggy la pronounced TIMK TAIII.U. IN EPrKOC MAY II, III.'. quadrupled. No doubt Mr. Beunett's been for years specially engaged for licking the boy's face until ho was uu without spectacles, notwithstanding Your Combination biirlog aud M.lat rlJIug by all lo be Ibe uneal. aofteat, llrew.ter aide-blatter gave the paper a grand start, telegraphing editorials ou this partial conscious. When discovered by tho tho fact that sho has been full of buggy now lauae. our rival. Taking all waou Nil. I BUI Til In all la certainly without a aHalHalWLHaCatl butfTtilj'he left it to his son with a lar subject from another city of which other brothers the snake was foaming Bourboti whiskoy for tho last fifty we aay that your buwlea eauiuit be , I.ve tvivlnglon . .. p INlUl 2 IJ pi in S S9 p tu hoatenln I lie country fwrltylr, tluliu, auj durareputation aud circulation largely bo is a resident simply because Mr. at tho mouth nnd maintained his hold years. fHoston Post. " lit I 'O m 7 10 iu bility. Your, truly, " ('mtblaoa ... 'una iu SH nil 'IU tu a TkNNlMTit M(MK. $i?ZZuul. localJV Tho great European, indeed, Bennett regards him as tho most com- until cut to pieces, JS- -llio boy was so II M a u Bl'rlDjuiiM, Ohio. li i u Some emigrants from Kansas, world-wide- , p?eBtfge of tho Herald of petent authority iu tho country, and frightened that lie became speechless, MY UIMIIINHp UTAH ION AiliiAIXAII Arr liluglou. .. l IS p iu 7 uu p iu .VI p u T ao p u to their old homo in Kentucky, (iKNTLtmts: I have had in livery now lor OI.hKIOK. will ilaii'l the nrrariil aeaain al mr I. re Islington the paiier owes solely to tho son. always wants to give the Herald's uud it was several days before hooould .table, i' t uillea Iroru llu.lunville, l.iuioln to.. Arr. Wlnchealer . t it p iu S W p ui had tho following Dti their wagons: over two yuan, and have not aHrtit a dollar for S 10 p u f ou p IU " Ml citcrllug anu Liberty lurupur, a oo I new, There is not u corner of the univcrso readers regardless of cost tho benefit regaiu tho uso ot his tnuguo. they look uearly ai good ai Ky,uutne " Aahlaud 7 ) i. u U SI "In God wo trusted: in Kniifas we new. Have had aud of knvarai other iu uugglea ATTI.X DOM, VUN iu which tlio Herald may not be found. of tho best available means of inforaud find twue ai the prom- Muggy UouiMuy'abugglM good at the Culuuibua To Inaura a loli.iuooey due when the uure prorea " lluutliigtou. a M p iu 1 10 a iu A Florida paper says that within a busted, and we'r bound for ' "No. I. Mr. Bennett's liberality that decided mation, and none of them probably No. 3. Nnuiii. No. . Trading the uu. re forfella the Inau- tobalnf-dlT. li-- llaoaVNAN. ised land." ratio and makea Iho aeaaou uiouoy dun. A 111) A I,. streak'pf generosity which he is said ever dreum that theso editorial arti- radius of eight miles of Snnfonl, that Coiiyera, Georgia, Lve. lluutliigtou .. 0 30 a ml IKiiii I, All li,i:NI'(:i.a iirk bay, la hauda aud I In- State, there aro 2.092 oango groves, Small-po7 OS a in ' A I Ilia lid 10 n iu is infectious till the last to liavo inherited from his mother yoar. old lie ha trotted In t It over cles aro tent by wire. As ono of the I bare bad of your eheahlgb, (Ikntlkukxi U containing 105,235 trees, and, al- scab has fillon oli. and soarlatiua till manufacture liavo The bugglna autlra ulWfjillou, iKlm alow track wllh two uouiba handling. " Ml Hurling li HI a mi 0 32 a iu glveu iho has been a fur sighted policy forthe veterans told me, "The wholo estabp tu la II a iu WlnebraUr... It II haa proven liliuwlf a l breular of roiublnol They are the boat I have aver uwt for tha ajuie huraea, having prwluiwl ajiu.i ol the U.t walker Arr. Iilngleti ... IS p iu 7 to a u success of the paper. Tho Jcuunette lishment is filled with his iudomitablo though only 5 per cent, of tho trees tho last bit of skin ha pooled. aiuouutof moury. Ymiralruly, 1 fill . TM In Iu lha elate AUIalUli tllaui'oe waa alre.1 by Jo Lve. Islington.. 1). OoLLiaa, Llreryiuau, ... ' 1'arl l.J expedition, which cost him gliOO.OOO; will, his energy, his enterprise aud his are now bearing, they produco 2.500, AUIallab, he by bt. liluio. he by Aleaarder'a Al I lie lUh u1 t no ui flAH atomacli, a so p Oyulhiaua. Iho cutiro mill canIlllKATH nriar from If you take JoJln, Mlaaourl. dillali, he by llaniblctoulau, l.t tlau by Willie; tho Stanley cxpditlon for Livinustoiio, genius. He is tho very soul of the 000 oranues annually. lie eaaily oorrectt-., " Kaluouth. ... 4 40 p iu 10 OS a u 0 SO a iu Snddamby a idlgree uukuown, State is said to produco 50,000,000 or- 8iminuiM I,lvr HrguUtor. It la peculiarOxntlkukn: I have been nuibecled with the rd d.ui a Iborough-Ui..I IS p iu II II a iu! Silo a tu which came to $.'350,000; the $100,000 Jhrald." Uuubl.htad lluMard Arr. Ouvlngton utanufactureofaDd dealing In ImumIm for llfleeu ware. Aa lo hi. breeding iiialliiaa, refer to Iho anges. ly adapted to the atomacli, curreutlnu acidycara. Your work dooauat look like uioat factory folluwlnggenllemeu MAYHVII.I.K IUV1810N. epcutfortlie relief of Ireland and all Tho paper has a great future beforo J.J Ilrye, J K. Ilaugh. dtwtroyliii; foul gate and allaying work, but la auHwtbly unl.liwt In woul, Iron man, It. K, Tucker, (IWu 'rutrr, J. 1'. IllUe, No. ISI.v.Uilngfoiiahiu. Arr. Mayarllieg Viuu tiioso other vast expenditures which it. Old Mr. Bennett, who didn't Tho following singular ndvortiso-niou- t ity, palullng and trlmiulng. Malarial uard In the W. Wvalherfwrd, lliuunrllle, and 11 II. Nu II " MaravlllaSliani. " lnlngtau V 'Jfaui Take, after eating, a Culiiiuhua lluggy Ckuiiiuuy'a Luwioa ka. provr.1 to Cu. J. imhe decided ujhjji with that quick appeared iu tho year 1783 iu a settlo down to marry until he was 15 No. is " I'arla 6 So a u. " May.fflle lOaui It iMlniiUtM with the food be of Iho Uet. They mil light, livery onelu llurualde, Ktaiifwd. No. IS " May. villa ItSipui l'ari.3, Ut.Tpui pulse of mingled liberality nnd shrewd years old, lived to the airo of 70, and Scotch uewspapor: "To bo lot, a beg- ami enmiruH ptrfeet digcrition, without Ible owutr who have bought your huigleeare ar KllUfiefUu. BOB MoELItOY. lha j)oioy-whIca ldndot instinct and at 10 I havo been told, he looked old gar's stand iu a good, cliaritu bio neigh wliluli that nmuMve dUorder, lad breath, wall idoawd; they givetruly, boat Tralua Nu, aiul 'i rim Jallvi all ulhr .l.llw fMy One Jack, will aleu atatid al lha aauie plawi twiia mnt piuuiH. Tim Itetrulilor remote bll- - Wluabealer, III.. It. K. Wirr. MMpl Sunday. liiBpIroinSirwiflt'LIin HaUa to hhulgranla. lor havo been am er than Ins sou docs, the present borhood, bringing in about 30s. a JguinuH, AT IIIUIIT DOIiTi.lKN and tWket., luln.ud Intiruiatlixi rlaluliw Iu iluie. eurtw ply. paid in the extended eclat and Mr. Briiactt was born in 1812, nnd weok, Somo good-wil- l is required. fok lietailutJie, dyspr!a, o0iiUiatlen inl To loauts a Mare Iu foal, u aaw euiullllwia aa wnuctllun., Ac , sail ou or addrea. la purely recftable . S. V. rJIVIPT. AH Ululou. abort. vitr'', ft IJIi'TV auil'a..iwjirorifee.atlleuaudalfUlbla Jack lauu. (JIIAS. renown whloli they have won Tor the has therofuro 30 years beforo him if N. B. A dog for a blind man to bo U UUO WN. O. X l'. A. ' April, tm. Dealer for Lincoln aud Garrard Cos. disposed of," & ci. Herald. i:. h, row i:li.. be lives to his father's age, J. V. ill.LIhON,Uau'IMiU(gr. ' s, . night-worker A I . ice-in Relation to tho Eve," which ship, his god. Ten millions in cash Jnnol0,1882 wcro oflcrcd him for tho Herald long quiet,'' is ono of tho most miachiovous should havo tho widest circulation, to which a man of mind can nddict ago, but I do not bcliovo that Vnnder-hil- t himself. Tho feeling of tranquility especially among teachers nnd school BENNETT RUNS THE and Gould together have money which comes over the busy nnd nctivo ofllcers. A fruitful sourco of eyo HERALD. "Ily-gu-n- That is enough for Mr. Bennett, The Cart of tho Efts. The Proper Timi for Work. if it wcro not sacriligious, it might At tho recent Sanitary Convention Tho habit of writing nud reading bo said with perfect accuracy that the late In the day and Tar into tho night, nt Ann Arbor, Mich., Dr. C. J, f Herald it his creed, his shrino of wor- says The Itanetl, "for tho sako of Detroit, read a paper on I.un-dy.'o- o OalUn. lh lira natlra Jifk 1'rarMk, jr., bath blxk, will wrt JtnnrK at fSi far Jiek roll. in Ik) Lir- IIS lar Iftnnrt rail. annt ntari tl tin-- nil inn rnLTI. l.irnon ail rom uniu rani far. W. J I.YMi St It Dantllla Kr. JACKS FOR JENNETS. Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific TIIK VKIY IIANDSOMB IMIflllTRD JACK, itl riuiicii miiKCTiiiiT. Railway. tiiijvcih In eftxt May H, IMf. TKTllOI)lr,NOUTir.-IU- T. J. 8. Hm, la-il- l lor, rVrvlrraaveryKurHlaymnrnlnganilnltlit, I'rayer MrrttnaThtirlay nlgbla. Hunday rvhool at t.00 A. u. J. 8. Hltna, Huwrlntemlent. Tha Woman'. Mlaalonary NorletT inerta here on Hiatal ?undiy In each month, al I o'clock. Ml.. T. T, I'rrthlent. J?M. llat'CT 1'a.t'or. Hervleea BArTIHT.-IlK- T. and Fourth Diinilaya, morning and night. Prayer Mealing every Wednraday after, noen. Hurnliy Kehonl al I 30 a. m. It, K. Harrow SiiperlnlendMit. ST.ASAPHHOTEL Iy. J. . I. . ii -- 1 l.. : 11 -. - -- woll-prmte- . ' iirat-cla- vr. 1 I MYERS HOTEL, ........ : 1 .. UKVKI-OIE- -.- . 1t S. work-basket- a, work-baske- pearl-handle- J s cone. 1 y5ESS'? NT ing-case- water-distende- m,.iim:it - .! '.. A !, . tKE ly OOliHY NfflEWORlD. aD wo Hr Courlrr-Jourua- l, htimi bWi be-ca- WASHINGTON! y mrp , SOLID TRAINS, fn-i- y '. SS- aiisttt! fearU-Ml- LR.B. e CINCINNATI! Wt-x- atld-ea- storm-warning- luau-tlo- 1 ir a, Itraiit-olfull- . V . . 1 1 1.1 H 11 . aaddltf-hor- d 1 U li 1 -v.i-fv 1