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Semi-weekly interior journal: June 20, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882062001_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 20, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi 1iteetll Jnfeftot lonfimL VOLUME X.-NUMBER 610. Indict Them. STANJFOHD, KY., TUESDAY, JUNE 20, The Political Situation. 1882. M0FKSSIO1ML. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 53. W. P. WALTON, T. - -- C dittr and Proprietor ft. WALTON, - Business Manager I'lititlnlint Turmlitu unit l'rtitilU'i Nli.OO IMSlt AMIVIJ.M. Interesting Remtnistence. fyrlvcster Mnnli, of Concord, Now Ilarujhtro, projector nnil priuoipnl owner oftho Whito Mountain Kail-roaexlrnot i refers in llio following from n privnto letter to Hon, J. V. rattorooti, to lil early oxporJonco in tho Wcit. It will lie rend with intcroM liy nil intcrcatol in tlio early history oftho Wait. In ntoakiiij of tho rapid growth of tho West, I Imvo timo to mention only n few facU. I left lloston ()atolcr 2, d 1828, for Ohio. ilnyR to It look mo soventcon 1 reach Ohio, liy way of 1 iiiTito, which then hnd but .'(,000 inhaliitnnU'. Tlio lari'it veel on Lnko Krio was sixty tons: now vessel run from Iluf-fal- o of over 2,000 tons. Tho Krio Canal wiu finishctl to Hiillulo in 1827. Then tliero was no hnrlwr nt C'lovo land, but afterward tho sand bar wax removed nud picm liuiltntthooxpenso 1 Detroit wax only Office South aide Main Street, two doora abort nt trading pout; tho principal business A Nr.w Styi.i: Or SmnKT Lktti:ii the Mr era Hotel. was buying fura and skins from tho Hox. Tho, Postmaster nt Philndel PureMtroua Oildt (In admtnlatered when re- Alwaysi on hand and Tor Hale. Highest ennh price paid Tor Corn, quired. Indinni. Tho government hnd troops phin has invented n new style of letter It. C. MOHOAN, D. D. B. Wheat, Ac. Order left at 21111 promptly attended to. On the f aco of tho box, nt tho box. ut I'ort Gratiot, Hast cud of Lake DENTIST, bottom, is n notico of tho timo when Huron. 1 hero were alio government Will be In Stanford two weela niontli, from collections nro mado by tho carrier. ofeachAaaph Hotel, firit Mondaf . Dental room! troojii at Mackinaw mid Chicago. I' orer McA'laler A llrlgbt'a. In St. Above this notico arc the words: rSrealgn.) At I .ancaiter two weeka of each month went to Ohio in company with Nnlh'l Iroiu third Monday. Dental roorui In Maaonlloune. Pease, wKoio object was to begin tho "Collections from this box reach tho fee alga. I'ure nllroua ozld gaae admlnlitercd l pocking business in tho hiku region. ," tho blank when necreoarjr. PostOfiico about Vennor Outdone. lininr (iltrel liv thn fimirM nf it rfitrnlr- Ilo only found hogs and cattlo enough Vennor, tho ureal weather prophet, ; pMi imn ihn ,i;,i, wi.t-- i, nl,n,7, CUUltCII IIIIIKCTOUI. IIiiTcjtiNt rceelved and will keep coiiHtantly on hand a fresh during tho wholo Winter to mako 700 claims to bo nblo to tell nil about thoLnrr;Pr 1uit ilm 1M. without nnv fur- barrels. This wiu taken to Hullalo in ..... ..Hn, ... .... line or the eholecHt j weather in ndvancs, hut doos not nl- - titer cllort on lus part. Alio disk is H TETHODIST. SOUTIf llsv. J. H. Sin), I'at- White Dresses. the Spring, being tho first provisions Ili.tor. BerTkeaeTerySundaruiornlngand nleut. Clara Hellesays: Thero is going to ways succeed. mado to noto on it any number of col- 1'rajer Meetlngi Thurvlar nlghta. Sunday School shipped from tho W'oit through tho H. J. 8. Mini, However, that great paper, tho Cen- lections, and when tho carrier of of tho at V.00 A.Miailonarr Hocletr Superintendent. theThe Krie Canal.' Wo carried out on our bo a rnemornhlo Summer for washerWoman's ciceU here on lit (.'a tic r o ii about 87,000 in Hoston hill, women. Whito dresses will Ikj acutely tral Methodist, published nt day; who leaves the post office at mid- Sunday In each month, at 3 o'clock. Mra. T. T. DaTlnia, freildeut. Ix; .A.:ixr:D Ky., hits tho mark ovcy timo. night, visits tho box, ho opens and wero unable to find cntllo nnd ami epidemically fashionable. Now , J. M. weekly shuts the door until he hears tho bell BAITIST.-Rk- v. and FourthBacci, Pallor. Berrlcei hogs enough to uso nil tho money, nnd it may bo that the flowing whito robes This is a large, sixteen-pagSundaye, morning and afteri'rajrer Meeting carried back n jiortiou of it in tho of real angels wash themselves auto- pncr, put up in Hook Form, pasted ring, which indicates that the dial is night, Sunday School at erery Wedneaday Barrow .JO i, u. IU li. noon. Superintendent. Spring. I went from Chicago to Ohio matically in tho damp clouds nnd dry nnd trimmed, nnd conducted with set for the morning collection. Allorwhieh they will in tho Winter 'W and '.'! I on nu Indian themselves in tho celestial sunlight; mnkctl ability. It is emphatically a Wonblpbr the congregation er ptHItlSTIAN. ini-- i It is found that gas lamps glazed ery ixira i uay. iTeacninguy vt J. W. Cox jxiny. The stopping places wero often hut tho muslins, which tho wingless, religious family journal, giving all and Third Ird'a dare. Sunday , portant secular news, is wide awake, with tho Siemens gloss are not only on 9tint Joe. Severance, Superintendent. School imitation nngels at 15. thirty miles apart, through Michigan. proof against breakage in the most to wear (luring tho hot season and fully up with tho times. They arc iIh agculH Tor the wale of itlattingljV superior Chicago had n garrison of 80 soldiers, SOOTH.-It- er. I. S. This paper is oflcrcd to all now sub-- violent storms, but that pebbles pastor. Sunday School at 9.W. John W. iiuuicii uuuuniiiiu AiiriiH. and 250 or .'100 cilucus. I legau tho will require frequent laundrying. I Kcut, Buperjntendent. Union Prayer Meeting on provision huiiuexs in n rather novel shouldn't wonder if someof tho washers scribers. from this data until April thrown with forco against panes will Wednesday nlgbta. nud primltivo way, by hanging my nt the resorts retired ou fortunes in 1st, 1883, nearly ten months for, Ono rebound harmlessly. It is nlso stated attlo ou n largo Kim tree, near where tho Fall, and become rosorters them- Dollar. Our readers will do woll to that tho lamps nlong a promenade in ! llnmburg wero regularly broken evethe Ktflflico nnd em torn house now selves by tho ensuing season. It isn't order it. club of leu ry winter by storms of sleet, until the Any person making a stand, following tho btnincw until I all of the whito drcssw that will bear bad slaughtered 18.r largo cattlo and suds, however, nnd somo of tho color- subscribers, will bo entitled to the tough glass was employed, whereupon I deilre to announce to the people or Stanford 500 bogs daily. Tliij vim progressive less toilots onco soiled will bo done fur. eleventh copy free. Send for sample this destruction was no longer experi- and vicinity that I bare purcbaaed the Grocery A special quality is also used and Hardware stock of Hale A Nunnelley, and will for tho times, but in magnitude not to beinc mnde of satin surah with elabo-- ! conies, and make a club nt onco, Ad enced. pipes, nnd is claimed for water-maibe oomparotl with what has lioen tinne rate embroidery, or China crepe with dress asnlwve. continue the bualneia at the lame ttand. Their to bo stronger than cast iron, imper7 ' since I loft tho business in '52. Last lace, or silk muslin with finely wrought old cleric, Mr. E. T. Ilocbciter, will be wilh me 1 ho most unfortunate set of kickers n,..,L. nil ovor tlio Ihcse'.in Louwvio nro tho sore heads of tho ishable and incorruptible. season there wero hogs enough slaugh tiguros and wishes to hare bla filenda to remember htm havo bought out my brother, It. 11. Wcnrcn, . . tered in Chicago, it placed in a lino, dainty nud dohcato t lings call or Q. . . Tho Jjomlon JCconomist says : Can,bc,ilCi at usual. Trustlugby low prlcei and fair dealing and will continue the Furniture and Undertaking singlo file, to reach 2,000 mile. Tho 'hurch,whohaTO recently wised aliidcring tho commercial position of to retain all the old patrons of the alore, and win business nt be-, . . ... the same stand, in the St. Asaph Hotel principal beef packing is now done in wearers. l Will,! 1,1, tpnt Dt its trade. a great many more, I am, respectfully, tIln . ..... -I j...-..vn.Uw V..H ..-.if " tlin mniiwt ' Kau'as nnd Missouri, five or six hun- nnitiliin building. will keep a full stock of Furniture of cy-c- ry is tho to tho entorpnso of TI.h?r mnn.M.ini....Miinn. I think ciml members wantcd,-- uso Mr. reRula-.nn- d simply astonishing thatita people, it of W. T. GREEN. dred milw Went of Chicago. description and sell Jlgurcs that cannot be beatthe practico .1. M l ic,r Stanlord, June I, 1SS2. tho right answer is yes. In theory. ''.on orKa" ".' distinguish payments uy cuccks wnicn prevails in en. Sly stock of Collins and Caskets will be compreSawdust whitn i. ..m H,n thi..rr fr ,,.,r Imt Shreve, for .iistnnco-t- bat is not yet in In Now York thero nre about fivo clMiroomplexione!, rosy, young wo- - edold gentleman is positively opposed other industrial centres hensive. Shrouds and llobcs always on hand. also hundred venders of sawdust, having mon. in tact, nino liunilretl in n to tho uso of tho organ, though for general operation there. As business repair Furniture and do carpenter's job work. what reason, God only knows. Evon is at present conducted large sum two hundred thousand dotn capital of thousand look better in white than in (Orders by telcrnph promptly attended to.) K. WEAREN. Iars invosted, and doing n busi- - colors. Next to black, it reduces the tho negroes, always ready to imitate havo to be passed from hand to hand, ness amounting to $500,000 nniiu- - apparent girth of fat women, next to their whito brothreu, nre quarreling with nil tho risk, trouble nud expense Forty yerij ngo tho mills actual freshness nnd ynuthiuliicss, it over the organ question, and it is incidental to so antiquated n mode. nlly. t carted imparts tho peculiar charms of femin- probablo that they will yet havo to wero glail to havo tho When l'lesidcut Arthur was a away ; twenty fivo years ngo it could inity; next to natural sweotness, it settle the disputo with razors. This is school teacher he did not punudi tho n most Inmcntnblo situation of affairs, bo bought for fifty centa a load but makes tho wearer seem hugablo. BE OPENED! If a big bad boys by seating them with the tho prico has been increased till it woman can't lio fasciuatiug in white, mid necessity demands that something -lowest dono. Enlightened Christians girls; ho placed them on tho bring thrco dolhrs ntnl fifty cents n then a halo nnd wings wouldn't mako must be To lliold friends and to Ihe public on bench in tho primary department and load nt tho mills, It is tuod at the her so. What I nm ufrnid of is that recognize tho fact that music nnd re- uindo them recito the alphabet with in hand. Sunday nud whito clothes will lend hotels, eating houses, groceries to whitened ligion go hand the littlo children. By this simple THE 15tli DAY OF JUNE Argus. other business house. It is wet nnd races. Chalk is cheap. method ho permanently reformed ono spread upon floors to mako sweeping Tho ono secret- - of handling bees very bad school in exactly two hours FOR TIIH- Tho man who is attempting to cleaner. I'lumbers uso n great deal without trouble is this: A beo filled watch. tho passions of tho war, in tho with honoy will not sting unless you by tho nud buildor.s to deaden about piK.'n, walls nud floors. Soda water men vain liotie that ho may bo thereby crowd her to it. Thero nro two or ox1 Tho blacksmith often injures the and packers of glass nnd smalt articles elected to n (at odice, or, failing in threo ways to caueo them to fill them- woodwork of n carriage by fitting his UNDl'.U AN- of every kind uso it, nnd dolls nnd that, fall back on tho Government for selves with honey by blowing smoko irons when too hot. If the wood after tho manner of tho in nt tho entrance, or down among the burns ever so little it weakens it, and bo mo living croaturoj are stuffed with n position, it. Washington Market tnkos two or regular republicans in a word, Hich-ar- d combs nt tho top; by confining them if n joint is near the latter is sure to Eutirely New Management. All Tnrvin Jacob is meeting with to tho liivonud rapping gently on the open. A blacksmith that can not fit thrco loads a day, nnd a great deal is charges against liii-- with n at irk or lirht hnmmer. or nu iron wunoui depending upon us spread on piers, niul tables tnko many very poor success. His from Botn load n day. Yellow pino makes tho tho democrntio officials of the .State, by sprinkling tho bees nud combs with burning its way down should never bo Oen. Jas. F. Robinson, of Lexington, Manager. licit sawdust ni it is tho least dusty, which ho utters knowing them to be warm diluted honey or sugar syrup, allowed to work at the forge. nnd has u good healthy smell. Hut! false, nnd his attempts to capture the A beo filled with honey is much liko n have Tho office in charge of Mess. John Sovcral small living any white- wood dust will do. They colored voto by misrepresentations man who has just eatcu a good hearty Fleet and 0. F. Moore. No Does Not been tout by mail on a four day's jourmako a great deal ot lilnck walnut which nro nothing if not straight out meal don't feel very much incliued ney. They wero packed in damp seasawdust, but it will not sell, so it is lies, nro ovcry where met with the to quarrel or fight. Chicago, Jourweed, nnd all but one survived tho contempt they deserve, save among nal. burned. RATES OP BOARD : trip nnd came out in a good condition. tho republicans. Having descended Mado This is tho third story about CI ant to n lower political piano than nny England, u tarill for revenue- ouly $2.50 was nrrested and fined for Per is that she is a man, A man liello. Tho first Kentucky politician ever ilnl, not ex- country, pays doublo and troblo the ll.OO Week aloud in tho tho second that sho is a New York cepting John I). White, ho has failed wages paid in Germany, a country kneeling nnd praying 15.00 Headers of tho Glance in his purposes, nnd soon thero will bo under n strictly protective tnrill. No streets of Wichita, Kansas, nnd the Per Mouth (SSduyH) school nin'um. cauwndo through this littloghoit story nothing left for him but to find n con- American protectionist has ever dared Times declares that .he could have UIIII.DItEN AMD NU11SE3 HAM' l'UICK. mid tnko their choico of tho three : discuss this subject. American pro- stood up and sworn with impunity. venient holo, crawl in it nnd tlio. Her maiden unmo was Emily Kteine-ste- l, fSunday Argus. tectionists contiuuo to declaro that Use Now A pair of jeweled garters sold in EVERY COMFORT AND LUXURY, nnd sho was for several years on --"protection nlwnys gives the work- Now York tho other day tor 82,000. Lake Ice Included, will be aueplled to gucila, and sho the Kt. Louis Republican, whero Ooorgo Fnwcott completed in April man high wages." They know It is will take a they are assured lint Id ererr requisite of a did German translations und wroto last his year ut servico fulso, but tlioy kcop repeating tho false- That's protty high. It llull the MaDageuicat aoea not luteDd to te pretty tall girl to wear garters that auriasid tjranjr in America. Be Ta- One, light reading for tho Sunday paper. in tho Knglish Post Ollico as n rural hood liko parrots. L'ourier-Journncome as high ns that. W. O. WELCH. been married twice, divorced messenger. From 18115 to 1812 ho She has Back. e Trustee from her first husband, nud is now rodo belwceu Sedbergh nnd ndiaccnt Amsloy passed himself oil as a David Crockett was born nt Lime-stontho wifoof nu ox minister of tlio gosjicl. editions, carrying mail in tins way n bachelor at Fairfield, nud was n favor-it- o Tenn., August 17, 1780. He with tho girls until tlioy learned was put to death by order of Santa bho is employed in nxsew lurk publi- totnl distnnco'of G7,1G0 miles. From cation houso ut present, translating 1812 to 1882 ho has walked daily be- that ho bad n wife in another Iown Anna, of Mexico, March G, 183G. German works. Sho has lived in tween Sedbergh and Dent, thus tra villniro. Then they formod a nroces Chewing gum is sometimes made of Washington, und did newspaper work versing 176,200 miles. His entire sion. with brooms for guns, nnd march thero for tho St. Louis lieimbliean. travel ns post tun n foots up 2 12,000 ed him to tho railroad station, whero paralhuo, una one inauutacturcr tlius Sho is about !M years old, woll formed, milw, nearly ten times tho distance ho was clad to take n train without consumes 70,000 pounds of tho mate O rial annually. r vivacious in conversation, talking us nround tho earth, and 2,000 miles further punishiiiout. glibly and entertainingly aa alio writes. tho moon. than from the earth to Travelers say that severe whirlWinston, Va., indulges in CD Sho comes from, or near, liollovillo, O Hcj Oi luatoliw," nnd recently a jar winds, capahlo of lifting heavy bodies, Seventeen millions of dollars aro to Illinois, fourteen miles Southeast of CD ho granted by this Congress ostensibly ooutuining 20,118 peas wns subjected often ocouron tho banks oftho Jor r-St. Louis. This is tho latest. If it's n dan. ho charged to tho Indian for the erection of public buildings in to 2.700 guosses. James Spears (collio it must s somo small towns and villages, but re- ored) guosfod tho oxaot number und npolis Sutunlaij Review. About 100,000,000 pounds of rico ally to mako hivos for Republican vo- took tho prise. Wr nro produced annually ou tho swampy (Ji An unsophisticated German was on ters for tho next four or five yonrs, Climb us high, young mau, as u river banks of tho Southern States. . a jury nt Kuoxvillo, Tenn., trying a ami twenty-twmillions aro to bo givS3 ambition will let you, but case whero a man had been sued (or a en principally for tho improvement worthy Tho most unhappy of mortals assist& bill. Clotting an idea into his of pouds or Inlets, us tlioy aro torm-c- uovor despiso the ladder which who nover laughs, nnd don't doctor's Tho mill Youkers Gazette. ed you upward. (Ji head tl(0t tho jury had tho bill to pay, wish to havo nny body elso laugh. in parliamentary tnlk und creeks. ho bolted, and has not sinco bcon scan Tho lfHt and hi font way to incrtNind the What is tho difference between tho nipetlle. amUt dli;eittloii, oaiu.) the food The only nied-ioflu Kinitothk8ioic. near tho city. tonic penally adapted to enfeebled I'rincoof Wulos, aiiorphuu, u to aaxtniilute propel ly, and (lie ahtorbe-nsa old man, nnd a gorilla? The la take up noiiruliuiwit,- - imliioe full ami invalid and infant W Ilrowa' Iron Hit From tho dissection of fifty lions in injure the most delicate, It Algeria, It was found that tho lungiof first is nn heir apparent, tho second rt'i;ular eraeuallun, prudtiM tuiey txjictor-alie- lor.give will net and new atrenjjth to both new life and atop decay of the lung", ltart, but ot lltoui has no'or a parent, tho third has no " twenty were allectwl, one-ha-lt urinary and diutMtWu organ, U by wind and body. All leading physicians CD Htt, Hj hair apparent, nnd tho fourth has a tiling llruwn'a wero almost gono, showing the so Keller. It ha given arenow reGoniuiendlng It in preieience to among them. hairy parent. tatlifactlon In more than a mlllten butance. all other tonic. oftho government. juvenilo pnges nronnd tlio Capitol nt Washington wero called on recently to contribute out ol their slender earnings toward tho republican campaign fund. If n great party in miy oountry or in any nee over ho- foro picked pence from tho pockets of children tor political purposes, history has failed to rcoord it. It seems, however, that tho machino tnanagors of tho parly nro determined this year to levy olitiral blaokmnil upon every ono who holds n position under it. A circular has just lieen sent to ovcry omployo of tho Huston Navy Yard seven hundred in number in which tlio secretary of tho Republican Campaign Committee says : "Under tho circumstances in which tho country finds itself placed tho committco believes that you will esteem it luth n privilego and n favor to innko to its fund a contribution which, it is hoped, may not Ira less than dollars " Tho day lalwrr r who received tho document from which tho preceding is an extract has tho sum of cloven dollars set opposito his namo, and in case of others the scale rises in tho ratio of their wages or salaries. Thero Is a federal law prohibiting Klitica! assessments under severe penalties, and our courts havu recently convicted n jierson charged with its violation. Cannot Hoston follow up the good work? Itistruo that In tho circular in question nn attempt is inado to ovado tho law. Tho letter is observed, tho spirit is broken. There may ho no way of punishing tlio secretary of tho Congressional Campaign Committee, but oven "a failuro of justice" after on cflort to it would Ihj indirectly and in tho N. Y. end a substantial victory. Herald. Tho o Tho strikes nro daily looking moro ominous. Tho iron masters, initcad of staying in their offices to attend to their business, havo shut up their works, nnd spend their timo in holding conferences to discuss tho alarm-ing situation. Tho laborers Imvo stopped working, nnd nro organizing for n possibly protracted nbstiueuco from labor. Then in somo places tho men who belong to tho militia havo left occupations to go to drill, and theinclvcs to eupproos any fircparo of tho penco by tho nngry nud diiconlcnted workmen. It is nn unhappy nnd a snddoning prospect. Meanwhilo tho Kcpuhlirnn majority in Congress, who control tho legisln tion of tho Union nnd tho disposition of its revenue, nrounhusitatinglynnd lavishly voting nway tho pconlo's money in extravagant appropriations, whilo tlioy threaten tho country with such jobs as nro championed and pushed by Secor Ko1csoii and his hungry following. Tlioy Imvo refused to lighten tho burden h of taxation by resolving to maintain tho unrivalled atrocities of tho inter nal rovenuo system, nnd by throwing tho question nt revising tho tariff out of Congress into thohnnds of n Commission from which wo shall never hear until tho next Presidential election is gotten through with, and which, as it looks now, will Im practically n packed jury in opposition to reform. A new dispensation is needed, whereby tlio present corrupt nnd selfish rulers shall give way to men who can givo us an honest, economical and Dcmocraticgovcrnmcnt. N.Y. Sun. dolib-cratcly Occupations in Heatent Does Dr. Tnlmago rcali;.o what will como of his suggestion that in tho kingdom of heaven tho spirits of mon will contintio tho occupations that their bodies followed here? Such n possibility may seem not unpleasant to persons who preach sermons nnd draw salaries, hut tho majority of just men mado perfect iro not in tho pulpit lino. Somo of them nre selling goods on credit nnd undecided as to who will noxt call a meeting of his creditors; others nro workingmen striking for higher wages, or employers hoping agninst hopo there over boa timo when strikes will not dcmornlizo well laid business schemes. Somo nro trying to raise corn nnd doubling whether tho sun will evor start tho stalks into growth and other nro wondering which will como nlong first this year tho potato hug or tho grasshopper. Qnito a number nro going to tho races with "straight tips" nnd coining back without their money. A mighty host is mourning over tho high price of provisions, whilo in this part of the world much timo is consumed wondering how many bad bills tho Governor will sign and how many good ones ho will veto. If this is tho sort of thing Hint is to go on in heaven sermons about tho other placo will ceoso to bo so distasteful asofyoro. T.W.VARNON. WAM.ACK K.VARNON. A KY. STAHKOIlD, Office In OwiVjr A Son' new l.ulIJlnf W. E. VAIINON, AJPTOUNMYH jV'X' TAAV. ujt T. W. M'ROBEnTOTAGG OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, T Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, NiiccliittU' lUlri. II. U.KAUFFMAN, ArrroiiNjisv jV'x ta-av- , Cninnilmlontr tml Omntjr Atlorntr, Will (irutlraln all Ihn CnutUnf (iirrarJ anil adjoining rountlM and In IhaConrtof AppMlt. ltff t.AHCATf:n, KY. i. ATToitNjav A.rr HTANFOni), KY. THOMAO Will JIILtt, JB.7 ta.-v- , tbaCoufla ol thla and Jlolnln roiinllMaliil In tha (Viurt of Appeati. Office In OwaleAMon'anew l.nlMing up alalra. twllMln 1 M Tl AIjKX. ANDEHUON. DANVILI.n, KY., thaKourlaoflloylaaml counllfa and In th Court or Aala. Will A.'r'l'ItN13V AT racllrln MABTRUBON Toltrt mut h'unru Artlrtrn, rioUm, Sttittonrry, Talntrra unit tumn, ll'ltlri, r.lijitor,.r. 'itWrfiii l'rr ncrtlit loll tut l'liur- timrrut trill I'repnrnttnuH n adjoining A.T'J'OltrVJ3V A. l'CYTON, JA-AV- J' , theOiurtanf Caaer and ad- Joining countlca. ami In Ilia Court or AvxnU. fpeelal allentlon glren to collection!. UlUce o r more, ik i.inr.i6ii, jir. Will practice In all IMOOM M&SJS TiiImNmv Mill, t. continuing (he liilcM unci DH. J. O. OAUl'ENTEU, 8TANF0IID, KENTUCKY Office orer llobl. 8. I.jrlle'a alore. Office hour from 7 to 9 m.j 11 to 1 r. x.j 7 to 9 p. u. MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY Wed-ncHdny, M For iiiiiniilnctiirliig meal niul Hour, Ih now in full oprrnlion. Wo will grliul lor riiHloincrx, for (lio present, on Tucruhty, TlutrMilny, Friday and Nut urilny ofciu'li week, and on Conrt-DajLEE P. HUFFMAN. and all other public days. Wc koIIcH a liberal Nharc HuiiGisor 3J5w,x,iwrr, of patronage and will endeavor to give entire HiilUfuctloii. STANFORD, KY. i. Flour, Meal, Corn, Bran, ShipstulT, &c, HmllJ ACl-l- Wfflstoi&BdaM Groceries,Confectioneries, ,,.-..- .. e Family supplies, BY earth-treading- j pro-jkw- Soil at tlio Very Lowest Possible Margin. McKI-ro- r, I TO THE I'UJMLIC FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING ' n r.i:i K WEAREN, Ky. Main Street, Stanford, B. I rXll U'nn-AnT f. -- lAv, 1 ' I at I - CRAB ORCHARD J j Miw-tliM- SPRINGS ' WILL r :rla.s a 3, tdeie- -- GENUINE MAYFIELO IciirvlaKH ssASoar -- isssi Water Elevator. Destroys n Water Insects; Draws .Fresh Water tom of Cistern; Tubing and Has Freeze. Foulest Cisterns sea-fis- rajaplilaB lcr lay Pure by This Elevator. OVER ONE HUNDRED in in This County. first-cla- ss torty-tovcut- l. Try tJ-S- and If Not Satisfied, It Will ken o 0 o o o o fi rj Oi o o o t- fur-tho- ir v f ir O o s t4' S P H d in o tag. 26 o SI H at bald-heade- d n, H o o ri Q i - ST.A.a.'TFOiaD, KY. Tuesday Morning, W. P. WALTON. -- June 20, 1882 EDITOR Tht Proposed School Law. - II! A New Yoiik farmer got choked In last week's i'jjuo wo propounded to death with a trado dollar. Served certain Inquiries relative- to tho intent him right. Ought to havo known he and meaning of certain sections of the School Act to ho submitted to the couldn't cat it without chowing. peoplo at the next August election. MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Wo aro still of tho opinion that tho Ilutlncss failures last woelc 109 against net is ono of tho most involved nnd 100 the week before. contradictory chapters of legislation Lew. llowman, the distinguished Cindared to dream. Tens of thousands with which the people havo been afcinnati caterer, - dead. of pensioners all over tho country Jfu'mler or immigrants landing our flicted sinco tho precedent was first-se- t sound as a dollar nnd who never got a bore- during May, that conglomeration of laws called, in scratch in tho army nro getting rich Klcrcn persons wer drowned In Clark fur identification rather than for opt "General Stat on pensions nnd no effort Is mado to county, Ky., by a water sjioiit. ncss of nhrascolocv. A Itatiy tea lion waa Irani at the Cin. stop it, tho impression seeming to pro-va- il utes." Our inquiries have excited that it is a free for all fight and clnnatl Zoological Harden Saturday mornsomo curiosity as to this proposed ing. "PRAISE THE LORD." that every man rascally enough to school law, and among the views wo The Hirer and Harbor LIU aa passed 1'iUNKrorrr, June 18, 1882. in a claim is entitled to it. Vtar Jolnior: by Congress Saturday, appropriates v havo heard upon tho subject, tho fol- put Kvery day for three successive lowing has obtained tho favor of ono The United States Court of Ken- The ninth body of the victims of days, a pouring rain has set In about the or two persons : As to the capitation tucky has decided that calling a man 1'ogue'a Hun disaster at Indianapolis baa time for night service, but the Hall keeps tax imposed upon tho colored people, a "d n scoundrel and rascal," on been recovered. full. The atmosphere Is stifling at limes . it is maintained that the Act abso- n postal card docs not como within tho The total production of gold in the but the people sit It all out with moro lutely and unconditionally repeals tho purview of the law, prohibiting the United Stale, for 1881, waa $31,700,000; of exemplary patience than in any large place wo have yet been. In Louisville I could nevlaw in for co on this subject, and that mailing of indecent and immoral mat silver, $1:5,000,000. The cotton crop of this year, so it ! er hold a congregation through the anointing theShcrif! should not proceed to col- tcr. The cowardly scamps who use service, and sometimes half the audience lect it. Tho 3rd section of tho Act, tho mails to vent their spleen, will estimated from present appearances, will would sift out after the confessions for be about 5,000,000 bales. providing that the Act sliall not take now become bolder, until someof them Lave an exIt Is Is aald that of the soul were taken. But hero effect until ratified by n voto of tho dio tho dog's death, that was intended shipments East from Central Kentucky go hibition of patience truly wonderful, conpeoplo has no legitime to reference to for them. sidering the over the Chesapeake and Ohio. The services at the penitentiary this tho capitation tax, for an attentive Clifton It. Breckinridge, son of the Tin: President, after half n dozen reading of this section will show that or more unsuccessful attempts to com late J. C. Dreck!nrMge,haa been nominated morning were very delightful, though the harvest was comparatively small. There for Congress In an Arkansas district. tho question of capitation is not, in plete the list of tariff tinkers, has at The latest figured of the total number was only one unconverted person" In the feterms or by implication, submitted to Inst got tho rcquisito nine, A. R. of corpses recovered of Europeans killed in male ward she n colored woman, sent in the voto of tho people, only tho ex Boteler, of West Va., and W. II. laat Sunday's riot at Alexandria are JH0. last week, from somewhere. A very good pediency of imposing an additional 3 IWcMnhan, The bill appropriating $15,000,000 and face, and she promptly confessed the dear of New York, being tho cents tax. This is plainly manifest latest appointees. It is charged that over to our useless Navy and $3,000,00 to Savior's name with unmistakably genuine the Mississippi river are likely to become emotion. The address was designed to from" tho section itself which says, tho body is not only a packed ono but laws. teach them to follow Jesus ns their Shep"This net shall not take effect until that it about as weak as could have is New York e omplojcs have herd now that they bad confessed Him ratified by a majority of the been possibly selected. been asked to contribute $10 each ''for the Savior. In this service they all joined devoters of the State voting on Hie queslightedly and delightfully In the singing. Besides the republican Stalo Con- purKe of stamping out the Democratic It was worship heard in heaven, I doubt tion," and the further reading demon-strateparty." that the only question upon vention just held in Maine, five more Henry Huddleston, colored, was lynch- not. The dear souls seemed so grateful, ' tho people voto is the ad valo Conventions are to follow, tho demo- ed at Winchester, Tennessee, Sunday night, that our hearts went out to them in true which faced a congrerem in contradistinction to the capita- cratic, two factions of tho greenback-er- a for raping the widow Vaughn, the night affection. In fact, I never gation in my life toward which I was more and two of the prohibitionists. before. tion tax. An eighteen-year-ol- d wife gave birth tenderly drawn In true heart yearnings As to the alleged discrepancy be- The result of it all will be the election to triplets on a Pennsylvania train going than thce gatherings In the prison walls. tween tho rato (2 cents) provided for in of the republican nominee for Gover- at the rato of SO wiles to the hour, the I hardly thought once of crime. I felt totho 1st section, and the rate (3 cents) nor, nnd tho relegation of the other other day. ward them as 1 believe the LOHD looks on The House appropriated $100 to pay us, with the tender pity with which we re in the 3rd and 5th sections, there is would-b- e statesmen to the shades of Mary Bullard for the horse she rode to gard the unfortunate rather than the guil really cono. The additional (2 cents) death in seeking help for Union soldiers ty. That is .surely the attitude of our is imposed by the legislature to take The Sunday Xnca says that Hon. God in Eden and ever since, and I am twenty years ago. h effect, however, only when the people E. F. Madden has sold bis The trial of the murderers of Jennie glad I know practically what it is. choose in the pronounced form of a interest in tho Louisville Post for $8,- - Cramer at New Haven has been aain postThe men who again filled the spacious popular elecliou, to ratify tho imposi- 000. It is supposed that tho differ poned, this time by the death of adavghter chapel, were as intensely attentive as ever. 17 confessed Jesus, 9 white and 8 colored' tion of a 3 cts. tax. Of course such ence of opinion in the Henry matter of one of the jurors. The biggest oil well in the world, and the whole meeting was most pleasant legislation ispeurile, it is assinine, but between him and Col. Sears caused the hundred barrels a and profitable. One man handed me a lit tho legislature must bo presumed to sale. Mr. Madden will now no doubt yieiuiog iweniy-iou- r day, was struck at Cherry Grove, Warren tle cedar bucket, made by his own hands huve had some idea to be expressed in devote his whole timo in pushing tho county, Pa., Thursday. for Marie, as I went out. They looked so tho usual form of legislation. If, re- Louisville Southern R. R. through. The schooner La Syrene, struck by much happier than the first timo I met ally, one section provides for tho subice them. We both remarked it. It John B. Gaines, finding some dif- drifting the on St.Peter's of Dink, sank In- fancy, nor a case of "the wish the waa no father stantly, entire crew mission to the peoplo of the 2 cents tax seventeen souls ficulty in resurrecting the JForM, has going down to death in of the thought." But you don't believe her. and the remaining sections the 3 cents begun the publication of a five column A mob at Jit. Sterling, took Jim all this. God forgive you, dear Walton, tax, then the Act is bo palpably con- evening paper, which he has dubbed, Mitchell, a negro, from jail and hung him the heartless sentence about the penitentradictory as to be "The other World." He says he went for outraging the person of Mrs. Thomas, tiary converts, in your last Issue. Your the courts, regarding the maxim, "the to Louisville to publish life is not yet lived out, dear friend, and a daily paper, a respectable woman of that vicinity. thing shall have value rather than and he intends to do so The Shenandoah Valley railroad, ex- the time may come when these hastily if it is only tending from Hoanoke, W,to Hagerstown, penned words may become a bitter memo perish" will be forced to give the con- an 8x10 sheet set up in poster type. Md., was opened yesterday for travel, ry. The spirit of them is what renders struction mentioucd. So the view is, The last adventure is sold at one cent. when an excursion was made over the en reform, in a mun once imprisoned, almost that if the people ratify the 3 cents tax hopeless. No one believes hi in sincere tire length. When Arthur was a ward such ratification ipse facto puts in when he does try to do better. Every one At Millersburg, C. C. Kent, a promiin New York, the bummers and nent politician, was forcejhe 2 cents tax, nnd when com shot by his son, C. A. given the poor fellow a kick who is going bined wo will havo an additional tax of others called him "Chet." This fa Kent. He will probably die. The quar down hill. Your words, which I should 5 cents instead of either 3 or 2. This miliarity hosjaa usual bred contempt, rel resulted from the son's recent marriage, be sorry to think were a real index of your heart, will be read bv rasnr a man who view is maintained with earnestness by for Arthur hns given each man who which was displeasing to the father. Michael Djvilt, M. P. haa arrived in confessed last Sunday, and for aught I somo of the bar of Stanford, and it, persists in calling him so, the cut di New York. He has come over to tell the know, have alresdy dono their part in correct it might bo well for the people rect. Chet is getting too big for his brethren iu America all about the situation checking the flowing confessions. It is a to consider seriously whether at this trousers. of affairs Iu Ireland and take back a few poor busings lo be at, my dear friend, ''breaking the bruised reed and quenching Guiteau'b counsel has made an ap- hundred thousand dollars with him. time they can afford to impose an nd. A pledgQ to abitaln from the use of the smoking ilax " In your praiseworthy ditioual Uxof 5 cts. upon the 3100 to plication for a writ of halevs counts to bo divided among a class of peoplo Judge Bradley of tho U. S. Supreme brtf and mutton for ten days from the 20th attempts to uphold the majesty of the Inst, is being circulated In the government law, don't he blind to grace entirely, or whoso property yields but n dwindled Court, but it is generally thought it departments In Washington In the vain your own heart will turn to stone. I can't will be denied him. There is no show revenue. Possibly wo shall publish tell you how that sentence of cruelty hurt hojie that this action will reduce the prestor Guiteat except to feel the halter ent high price of meats. some other views in next issue. me. I pray you retract It. It does your draw within ten days from There was n street duel in Laoo, Tex., really kind heart deep Injustice, and my The Colored Convention at Lexo -eight-tenths rost-oflicone-fourt-- false representation that tho pension nrrcars bill would only 20,000,000, It was passed by n Congress that wanted to make itself solid with tho soldier class. An ap propriation bill now ponding calls for $100,000,000, which will make tho grand total for four. years of $310, 230,000, and before it is through ills estimated that tho immenso sum of seven hundred and fifty millions will be paid out. Tho Tension Agent admits that ho is paying out largo sums on fraudulent claims which ho is unn-bito detect in time. Tho wholo thing was designed ns n swindle, which has worked oven better than its projectors Uitnnn tho FnuNCit Tiiton, of Ilichmond, Ky., is out in n lengthy letter In the Cincinnati Commercial to provo that the report of tho Committee appointed by tho Legislature to cxamino Into tho treatment of convict's in tho rail road camps, was n most egregious lio as hundreds of better men than they aro willing to testify. He was Governor of the State from 18C0 to 1862; Postmaster Gen eral under Lincoln and Johnson; Commla sloncr of the District of Columbia under Grant, and prominent In other pnblio po sitions. He was President of the National Convention which nominated Lincoln and Johnson, cardldate for nomination for Vice President against Wilson In 1873, and for Henator when Garfield was chosen In 1880. He has been sick for nearly a year. Only eight of the Kentucky Veterans of tho war of 1812 were present at theannu-a- l reunion at Paris, Saturday. Their ages ranged from 8(1 to 00. Nine have died during the year, and it Is possible that tho last meeting has been held. Dr. Ornham, the oldest survivor, was for some reason unable to attend. Dr. Clilnn, Chairman of the meeting, said that fifteen years ago tho Association numbered nearly 150. A coincidence is that in 1878 there 35 present, and 35 deaths reported; in 1870. 33 present and 25 deaths; In 18J0, ISpresent and lSdcaths; In 1881 14 present and in deaths, nnd the prevent meeting 8 present and 0 deaths, seven years. kkiii:k MIIUWH WARDEN P Of! JU fffMIIIBE.Il UUl H. C. RUPLEY, 3VC DE. DECODES: KTANFOEI, Prom the best f .a. TXTT TiVm this oppitliinltr of Ihsnklne his pslrons In "tsnf ird snd vlrlntly far their llberst sappsit, snd bspss lo rstsln It, as lis hss win ted a fir,t-r- ., itrnk this early In lheitnn,lfore being eulled ever, and It TAILOR, It V., flrst-cla- e Comprises Everything that is Wow, fVsIgn Mskers. Tlier will be "To Kirsl." Cutting ami Itepslrlng tifttly and premptly dent. J(W HnVEUANCH. rut andmsdsln style. Ills motto 1st K. It. OHHNAUIiT. I). II. HDMI8TON. LI &Xlt,VSC- - S ANNOUNCEMENT! 1882- - M a CHENAULT, SEVERANCE & GO. llmliiKliiMl recoiled tllroel from lh KiiHtcrii elegant Mock i cn flic iiionI H H to .BIBIX! 610HMBH! cfcO., .ou nnd In this itinrhcf. ZLsroTioiLsrs, O Clothing, Boots, Shoes, HATS, liter clillii(Ml a o eO o o ELEGANT LINES OF SATINS, MERVEILLEUX, RHADAMES, MOIRES, d H ALSO A HANDSOME STOCK ofKLACK GOODS, IncIiitlliiK Xhii'm Yelling. Ilcnrlcllii Clndi, Uiuilliip, TiiiiiIno Clulti,4VcMiim! in ftit-tiilceuMNorliiiciKa. o CO Dress Goods of Every Description. FM, Hamburg I.IM.S m u ft fcj Embroideries, India' Trimmings, EVERLASTING TRIMMINGS, BIAS TUCKING, ' ol I.iiwiin ' TANS, PARASOLS. fcC. In en ill cms "WHITE sarlci)-, G-OOD- S We 1iut milled lo our Mock a nice iixxorf incnl orCuriiclN. IIiicn. OilL'toili, .MiitllngN. Wnii 1'jiptr, Ac. ING GOODS. CARPETS. itiul n Mplcmlli! iiMMtrlinciK f.'inuliiuiiH, Ac. GENTS' NECKTIES, COLLARS.CUFFS & GENERAL FURNISH- H GEO. D. WEAREN, STANFORD, LANCASTER and HUSTONVILLE, M.AIImS 3 a 31 o w in Grain, Wool, Orchard Grass and other Seeds, ington . failed to endorse Jacob but adopted a resolution to leavo each member of the body free to vote as ho sees fit in tho Appellate race. We do not believe that theso people havo helped their causo by their rabid and iucendiary proceedings in regard to the division of the school fund, as many conservative men who were willing to voto for tho bill passed by tho last Legislature, will now either not vote at all or against tho bill. Their bulldozing efforts are sure to have the contrary effect thau the one intended. Afteu considerably more than a mouth's delay, Arthur has named the five Utah Commissioners. They aro Ramsey, of Miunesota, Paddock, of Nebraska, G. Fi Godfrey, of Iowa, republicans and Judge A. B. Carle ton, of Indi ana and James H' Pettigrew, of latter .was formerly law partnenof ' Senator Vorhees, on whoso solicitation he was appointed. Col. Varuon's hopes are thus again destroyed, but like Col. Sellers ho is neither cast down nor dispirited. r Gov. Blackdukn has caused his Attorney General to issue a circulur to tho effect that as he has accepted an invitation to attend the military ceremonies at Louisville ou the 28th, he expects all his Colonels to attend him, in the, regulation uniform. Should they obey tho order, Louisville should look welMo her hotel accommodations Tho number of Blackburn Colonels in the JUtefls almost as great as the sonthi sea shore. the other day. Sixty ahots were fired, and jealousy for you is that of sincere affecone man was killed, one mortally wound- tion. As toyoucFquih about the carriage of "Uncle Tom's Cabin," hast just ed ami three dangerously shot. Only five riding, it don't ruffle a feather, I assure you, celebrated her 70th birth-day- . It hots out of sixty took effect. This is not I thought it slightly Impudent, a fair strikes us that Harriet's days, as well a good rccoid of marksmanship for Texas. synonymn for the "freedom of the press" Yet I don't complain, fori It is rqtorted that the bill making as thoso of her brother, Henry Ward, tho Superintendent of Agriculture a memam a little on that order myself, in the are unnecessarily prolonged, and that' ber of the Cabinet no longer receives the "freedom of the pulpit," for which I am thoy might as well bo called hence. support of the present head of the Agri- a great stickler. "Iet us have pence." The weather again prevented out door The $750,000 alleged to havo been cultural Bureau, Dr. Loring. One teason is that such a bill might legislate Dr. Lor services, though the Capital yard was put up by the whisky men for influ ready, and the stand prepared for them. ing out of office. encing legislation was money badly James Vaughn, who murdered Wm. Up to noon Sunday the total stands G2D for spent. Thoy made short work of the Watts, City Marshal at Tamaroa, III., last soul and 140 for body. That is aa late as I House, but tho Senate set down on August, was hinged at Pinckneyville, Fri- can report Ly letter in the present state of their indefinite extension of tho bond day. Milton Yarbcrry waa hanged at Al- mail connections, to catch your Tuesday's If any (Ling startling happens buquerque, New Mexico. In addition to paper. ed period with a thud. Ever in these legal two murderers will send a dispatch We nre in receipt of tho JIanovcr were lynched the same day at Bice, Kansas. Jesus. Geo. O. Uaiines. JVctM published at Ashland, Va., our Sjietial Diiptth re Thl Inttrlr Journal A terrible tornado passed through FiUNKFOitT, Junk 19th, 0:45 v, m. old home. It is edited by Mess. J. Poweshiek county, in the central part of Benton Savage and Frank Noland and Iowa, almost demolishing the villages of Close of second week this afternoon. Total seven hundred and two for soul, one bun is a credit both to its town and coun Orinnell, Malcolm, and Brooklyn. In the for body. Praise first place alone 100 persons were killed and dred and seventy-fou- r ty. We place it on our exchango list over 150injuredand numbers of substantial the Lord. Gko. O. Uahnu, with much pleasure. business bouses and dwellings reduced to A Reliable Concern. kindling wood fragments. A resolution to endorse tho, action Ash brook, Tucker & Co., of Cincinnati, John D, White telegraphs from Wash. of the Committee iu its report on tho ington as follows: Itpublican Friend; O., whose advertisement has appeared In Henry matter, was tabled by the Lewis Trust neither Berkele nor Lis appointee, this piper during the put month, need no they are known. commendation where couHty democrats and the Vanceburg Vim. Cassius uoodloo, Keep aloof from They make no attempt, as some manufacCourier, which has opposed Henry the Jacob movement. Get ready for the turers stem to do, to try to produce the fall campaign. We can elect five Kenmost stoutly, is decidedly happy. thing that can be oalled a Buggy, tucky Congressmen. Hepubllcans need cheapest or Phaeton; but their aim Is to manufac Aftek costing several millions of true consorts, no' ture an ubtMutelyJirtt-claulucle, and sell It A negro woman got on the L. & N. at the lowest price consistent with quality. dollars so far, the Ceu&us Department passenger train at Lexington Saturday, They may be said really to produce the wants a quarter of a million more to cheapest worK In the market. complete the work of 1$80. Count- and demanded admittance to the ladles' oar. She was refused, and not permitted to en Woman's True Friend. ing noses iu this country is a costly ter. She rode to tho first station on the A frltoj luneej Is a friend Indeed, This uuus business, to bo sure. platform, got olf, nnd went back to the city rtaileojr, etwUllr wlien auUtauc Is rrudercd disease, were wrdy sttlletcd The bill to extend the bonded juri- in a buggy. Her sole object was to obtain wlieuune Is lhte eeuiplslots with veslturuee so and arllultrly ed on whisky was indefinitely post- grounds for a suit for d images, she already ceuitueu to wir fetalis ijmlstlen Kvery woman against the Kentucky Central heuM knew tint Bleetrto Bitters sre wouisn's poned in the Senate by a voto of 32 having ono true Mead, sud will positively restore tier to for $10,000 for a like refusal. to 20. Except by the whisky men, we Win. Dtnnlson, known liesltb, (Tail when M .elher rtmedles fill. A believe that this result h generally aa "tne war uovernonpi yiuo, died at single trlil slwijs xous our assertion. Tlxjr sre lo tstte, sudoulr cswt fifty rents a Columbus, Thursday morning, aged stxtr. bottle. Sold by 1'tuuj 4 MsAIUtsr. approved. Hakiuet Beeciieu Stowe, author H M i tfl iTlS". .. .. . It t to 3F j. DFt I JUL sDPieiisra- ssstsssssrisi WI.A.C3r WAaowa. -- NjaaBMMa'Wari!f? . HVW" I3NTIJS, - 0 a. W t to to' to O a a BUGGIES JtcuiiurH, NeU-lllinler- .A-IST- ilriiln JirlllK, t'orii.I'liinlciH, Nnlliy 1'Iomn, sjiillltiuorM, Mower, Ntrnu-t'iilter- IIiij-HuKc- C A. RRI h, orn-siteiieIIay-1'rchNCrH, -- A. OE S, - narrow, I Iiik MaclilncH 'I'lircMli- uimI KiikIucm, IIM7V N4HHUM 4int 'annua And othor Impleuiouts and Machinery. Wo buy exclusively from Manufacturers, u iois, ami consequently omnia mo largest discount ana uireci, ior casn, in Goods at Reasonable Prioes lowest rates of freight. Our motto is i Tirst-oUs- s the Best is always the Cheapest." Kespcotfully, car-ioa- W. J,. WlTlaTHN, MsasKer Uucsiter GEO. D. WEAREN, Btanfoid.Ky. WII.sMAMN, JKi:i:. A Minsters lluitouvllle Depot. Deet I ' pike contemplated In Hits section, but the Mamie West Lucas, wife of 0. II, Lnr, XT. YrRJOS Aim.KTIS.KKm. ! majority of the people think that the most Recording Secretary, and Ml Camilla Tub Mflngaton Coal Company' coal practicable route I the one leading out hy Irvine, Corresponding Secretary. The i wouki rnpecirnuy invite the pnMIe In aster- It. N. MAUTI.V can't be beat. CallonT.T. Davie for It. si, who wish a rood, elssn thavn, or a nits Ii Mr. 8. It. Cook's, crossing DIx river near of all these ladle I Danville, Ky, namjino or an IsieandldalafftrMcrkfttlhs IWkeaitl County Mr. Gordon 8pratf, and on through fillaa In HI. Asaph Hotel. I Tiato TIIURK FIltSTTiik (rial between the McCormlck nnd Canrt, Anguit election, ISSt, Tuesday Morning, Jnno 20, 1882 CASE Y COUII.'r. ui.ahs jiAitiir.iis. LOW. Anderson's. It I almost an air line from Wood Twlno lllmler at Lewi JnneV will A. IHtXAIII. Mddleburg. the lllchmond Junction fo Prearhersvllle, occur JA.IIKN P. WAIiMN L A N. L OCAL TIME CARD. -U- ncle Will Rifle, an old and highly We all hope some mad will be made, a we la a candidal tor County Jn.lgeof Roekeaatls, at passenger trains North Laho Aiihnt V. H. FrancI la here to A. M. have the worst ....m. In Winter and reected negro, died laat Sunday. He thaAngoit election, ISM. " Ctoiith l ( r. m with aereral Im'ianlane, who are on the sease. early Spring. We have been taxed to wa about 70 years of age. lookout for lllue dram farm. jririr Mr. Betsey Jone had a splendid THE VEnY HANDSOME rjiPnn-rrDr. K. O. Guerrant had fifly.elghti help make good pike In all part of the lV.Sf.OWKNN flallan.and ths lant nallv Jaek, IVanxk, Jr , LOCAL NOTICES. young tnilk cow killed by lightning last both black, will serve Jennet at fn for lack coll, !a an Independent candidal for Aaaeator of Mil. J. T. IIaiuiIH ha freah full for aale confession at hla meeting In Hazel Green, county, and now it I our time next. IIS lor Jennet coll, ami marra at Il0-- all to be Roekaatta County, August election, I8M. Wednesday. The loss wa very heavy on Ilur Paints of Penny A McAllater. twice a week Wedneaday and Halurdar, Wolfe county. Forty-eigh- t of them unips'd colt. Men on all colt until VV. for. GARRARD COUNTf. her a it was her only cow. Tnv I). Klae' 85 cent Newport tte. J. I.YLK. ted with the Preabrtcrln Church. at hla meat and provision More. l Danville Ky. JOHN W. KKItllY Lancaster. The continued wet weather ha affordKnmii lllue Lick Water, at Mollobert -- Kid. W. II. Cloy J will preach at the llnuor, Wahiihn A Co. haa the agency -- The negroes of the county are very ed ii an unusual large amount of weeds. la a candidate for Ia Hi aMm .r a. Christian Church here next Sunday at 11 aeaaor of Itockeutl county, Angmt election, 182. (laaollne ut at I'ennjr A for X. Hid I'lalt'a ruatoin ahlrta, nnd will A. m. nnd 7j.10 Doan's r. M. The subject of hi mien uiasaiisneu ni the action ol the re Indeed, there are several cornfield In thl take meaaurea for any grade ilealred. Call McAllitrrV publican, in imjiortlng a lot of negroes community that are beyond redemption, evening discourse Will be "Some of the Kt.KVKK poiwih KiiKr for $1 at MeAI-late- r and we aample. for election purposes from other counties I will deliver Ic every morning to rrtnlsrcns- Since the completion of a new dirt evil of our country and their remedy." A lirlglilV, ttmiciK ,u oiftiuuru ana vicinity aa low aa any one Tiik mad dog oare haa caused the mayor ai'X'. VKltNON, ICY., Tho Chrulian OAwnw at Louisville and giving them work in preference to the road from the Trc Fork pilce to Grove .'?; ." n h"1 at sny hour during the day it Halt, Mine ami Ccmrnt roiirtntill on to laaue a proclamation J. N. Dsvla' tore.room near Depot. Aceounta due Agency of South-Ben- d ordering the mar- - publishes a long article protesting against citizen of the county. City, dealers are shipping their Chilled Plows, liaml a A. Divaler'. iimaen.i oieverr week. Avery's Cast and Steel Plows, Buckeye K. I!, IIAHHOW. I'.kntv of counlrj Mile and In ma at ahal to kill all canine found on the alrect tho recent decision of the Court of Appeal ning The familiarity with which the light- staves, Ac, over Zimmerman's Narrow Reapers & Mowers,8woepstakes Threshin the recent storm dlsporla Itself Guage. unleMaectirelr muulcd. tat the alaugh in affirming tho right of McAllater A llrilif. railroad to run ers, Mitchell Farm Wagons, New Home around telegraph office I any thing but Hen. Martin, a young man emkloyed Nr.w Mock of Jc weir and KlWerwaro at ler commence. Sewing Machines, Taylor's Elastio Bed trains In lliia Commonwealth on Sunday renny .v .McAlliler'a. to tlie operator, I understand nt K. Zimmerman' mill, got hi arm very Springs, The Second Ai'ventlats, who have comlortable Tiik Sheriff ha lije lax booka ready but the operator at the Clemen House, Dan- nearly sawed olf the other day. He waa Soda WATrn letter than In any jiaat i walling to EDWARD H. FOX, Propr., bear from the Attorney Gen- been holding a big lent meeting at Denton, HlnjjRV reaaona, at Moltolierlt ft JUDGE AI.VX2V IUVAI,L, eral a to whether he ahall collect the ex- Texas, for week, are so confident that the ville, wa lifted from hi seat and spread tightening a rap with a monkey wrench, North-F.aCorner of Main and Third Streets, Watciib". Clocki and Jeweirr repaired Ol Frankfort, la a candidate or BUPEMOR tra capitation tax on negroe or not, the corning of Christ la at hand that they have out on the Hoor Friday night by a bolt In when hi arm came In contact with the and warranted by Penny A McAllater. DANVILLE, - - KENTUOK'JI JUIM1K In thle, the 2d Dfatrlct, auhlcct to th acone of It frolicsome freak. saw. tion ol the Democracy. lunK Allien I'm It Vlneear. beat In tlie rjueation whether it haa been repealed be- made a special bed for hla accommodation Mis Kmma Welsigcr, of Danville, U I understand that quite a number of Having when He arrive. world, for aale onljr br McAllater A Ilrtlit. ing in doubt. recently refitted my rooma with all of th visiting at Mr. John GUI'. A. D.Leavalf, men on K., Zimmermon's work will be uioucin improvements, i now Dave In Klder Thomas P. Dudley, of Lexing ou will find the beat and 1:. T. I). Nr.wt.Awr (retired the contract of Cincinnati, wa the guest of his cousin, thrown out of employment In a few days cenl cl(r In town at Penny A Mo A HFinest (Inllcry In Central Kentucky! Of Inlavllle, la a candidate for Superior Judre In fur widening the atreel on the Kaat ride of ton, wa ninety year o'd on the .list of W. ater. A. Burnable, this week. Prof. J. W. on account of no work for them to do. tbla the 2d Dlitrlct, anbject to tho action of the May last, one day older, a he I ac Whan J. II. A H. If. Shank are receiving and Court Kquare nnd laying a brick parcment customed to say, than the State of Ken Cruin, accompanied by MIsse Allle Ho. Thl la distressing Indeed, as they were de me. you vlitt Danville, don't Ml to call and ae Democracy. t Jieapmruliy, along It and putting up 10 hitching ota opening a nice new lot of Zelgler .Shoe kin and Davis, of Harrodsburg,paId endent upon their daily labor for a suplucky. He haa been a Ilaptlst minister low cut. on the North Knd, for $200. kdwakd tr. fox. Work to bo It. M. mJICDKTT, ns a visit Saturday. A number of our port for their families. Photographer Ky. (leologlcal Survey for more than sixty year. Hmt Cnitor and Itxtra Winter atralneil completed by July 1ft. OfLancoalcr, la a candidate for Judg of the Suyoung folk will go to see "Queen Ksther" Ijird Oil for llraer and Mowera at Mo preme Court from the 2d dlitrlct. ljul.lect to th MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. at Harrodsburg the 27th and 20th of thl LAND, STOCie AND CROP. Tiik people of Lexington are being action of tho democracy. llobert A Hlar;'. College. Sam. M. Burdett, Editor. month. coal at 8 centa a buahcl, Anv onf: wiililn( to buy a So. 1 new J, K, Carson bought of Olice Newlnnd A Democratic Convention will be held A horrible suicide occurred near Coluinbua buyer can money by call-In- and yet they nre no nearer the mlnea than one yearling steer at $"'. NEW SPRING AXDjtpWRR MILLINERY, .STAXI'ORI, KY. on W. P. Walton. Bryantarlllerhursday evening. The wife of here next Saturday evening to select delewe who bae to pay 1 centa, and until reIn Henry county 16 head of 1,500 lb. A rui.1. line of California Canned flood, cently '20 oild centa. Wo hope, bowerer, MlMllELLKiIl-oiiKadeelrLogan Ison.whoha been demented for some gate to Danville, There ought to be a to Inform IhaLadlca cattle were sold at 7 cents. With a Full Corps of Teachers, ofthla vicinity that he I constantly receiving Inclmlinj; Apricot. Oral, Pear, Peachc time and under the care of an attendant, good attendance. for belter rate on the opening of the very handsome line of splendid new Spring and A tract of 17 1 acre of land near and V.ge Plum at McAllater and llrUht'a. A heavy storm of wind, rain, hail, Tbla Institution opened Its Twellth Sesalon on SummerSlllllnerj, which ahaotterato the public managed In her madness to get hold of a at $78 per acre. at very low figures. Among her beautlrul atock of Tnv the Celebrated "Cooking Oil," a ths 2d Monday In September last. Trlninilnga are all the latest designs, Including tho In New York 8,000 bushels of new shotgun loaded with buckshot, but un- thunder and lightning passed over Mt. Dure rcetable Oil. tireferaMe to I .aril and Tiik storms of the laat few daya have rage, esthetic flowers. Hhe haa also a capped with which she blew one side of Vernon and vicinity Friday evening. Con much cheaper, for ale only by McAIUter leen very destructive to ALL Till: BRANCHES OF A Department, where the greatest attention the riening wheat from Texas sold at $1.50. la given to the cutting, nttlng and making of all her head off causing Instant death. Mr. siderable damage wa done by the rain and iiri;ni. Andy Tucker sold to Capt. II. F. wheat, as well a the other growing crops. klndaofdreisca. 27. Noncr. Ilrooka A ICuntman, hall, and the wind blew down fences, tim- THOnOUGHENGUSHCOUHSE disPowell 20 yearling cattle t 5 centa er Hi. Ison Is the nephew of the Htanford, bare ojetiel (lit Gallery The former is badly blown down, and Are taught, as well aa -- 0. W. Alford, bought of Purscll A tiller and stock trader. John Will Poor. ber and several fields of wheat. l over the Poalonjce, and will remain fur n much of the latter washed up by the The two Cromer who were wounded Hi wife wa a sister of Harry O. Wild. abort lime only. Your p'tronage in refitcl-full- y MUSIC. THE ItANOUAOES, DHAW-1Nfell In some sections as large a email Shaw, Cuey, 100 choice wethers at $2.75 at one time Attorney for this county. She in a difficulty last week are still living. auliclled. AND l'AINTINO. Deslringtngo West I offer to aell my beautiful head. er hen eggs. Dr. McKee thinks, however, that young little farm ofa 100 and odd acre, well Improved Wk bare added to our bunlneu a larger Dunn A Ilronaugh nre furnishing beef leave five children. and abundance of stock water, and In a high state Btook and IIonih. At Danville yeateraaaorttnerit of the Cnmi Ciylal .S)(laHt The County Judge decided Friday Sam Cromer can not recover. The other of cultivation, lying Immediately on tho turnpike and can fit any eye. Ilelng of wtrWer giant day, 20 aharea Central National Hank Stock and lamb at Crab Orchard Springs during morning, between Htanford and Lancaster, S mllea Iroui after several affidavits a to the ono will probably get on hi feet again, the present season. they do not Kratch or eially deface, and sold at auilton to John In Tuition, price range front S2S to IV) In tb Manloid and Smiles from Lancaster, and ii ofa Gill, of Garrard, regular Departments. Primary, 125; Intermedial! mile from Gilberts Creek Depot. probability of an attempt by Austin's though he I not yet out of danger. will retain their Uauttful jxJM. Thin deO. W. Alford went to Loretla to re itirnir.ttroRn, Tho Hoard of Examiner, for Rockcas 130; Preparatoiy, 110. and Collegiate, 35C 51 2m partment will betindei the charge of Tho. at $17(1 to $177. Louisville 7 per cent, ceive 2."0 lamb to average 05 pound and friend to liberate him and the unsafe con Gilberts Creek, Ky. bonds brought $121, and G $119. Taylor Hichanla, who will carefully fit them to dition of the Jail had been made, to send tle county will hold a session In Mt. Ver full partlculara, aa to Board, Ac, addreaa For upwards at 5 cent. any V.je for any purpoae, far County bonds went ofl alowly at 'JO cent non Saturday, July 1st, 1882, to examine HRN. N. C. TI117KIIF.AIIT. l'rlHclill, Hubert Ilonner ha purchased of Hob-e- Austin to lllchmond for safe keeping. The aeelng, ahooting, Ao. Mollobert A Ftagg, on the dollar. Stanford, Lincoln Co.,Ky. applicant- - for teachers' certificates. All 5OO3OOO full sister SherifT accordingly notified him to bo Steele, Itussella, a PERSONAL ready to go by train that day. After the persons desiring certificates should apply W. O. Hradlcv stirred up tho mon-ke- r of Maud S. for $10,000. Col SALE I on that da. The Board is composed of of the P. O. I). during Ida recent visit The ibrmrra' JImxt Journal eaya that Sheriff left the jail Austin went to the cell Jo. II. Paxton haa returned from a to Washington and made them forward J. wheat can not he lower than 00 cents, and of Bishop, the prisoner from Rockcastle Dr. J. J. Brown, Commissioner, J. W. trlpto Islington. 1 have for aale at my Meat Store Brown and S. H. Martin, Examiners. d advise farmer not to engage below these county, to borrow a razor, which by aome Mim Maouik McKonritTD la with her P. Doty' apiointraent a P. M. at At three o'clock yesterday (Monday) PLANTS OF ALL KINDS! means had come into hla possession. BishJunction. Mr. Doty yeaterday made figure. uncle John Mcllobert. Uncle Jerry Maxisell and Overton op at first refused to let him have it a he morning at his residence in this county, Mit.W. II. IlmaiNa baa returned from bond with W. S. Spoonamore and Hun". And especially Dnddetar a sureties, and no doubt will Copeland of Tennessee, sold yesterday to apprehended intentions of violence on Dr. Josiah Joplin breathed his last. Hi E. H. BTJHNSIDE, a limine trip to Fomeraet. Sweet Potato, Cabbage, Tomato, &c, death had been expected for several days. James Kobinson 1 bead cattle at $10 and Austin' part, but loaned it to him after Mia Maikiik KrinEitT, of Crab Onli-an- l, soon be Installeil In office. Woll - Known I yoke oxen for $115. hi declaring he only wished to shave He was 82 years of age. Thus has passed This Old Raised by A. O. Pendleton. All la flatting MIm Mamie MuIUberta. Mad Dons. A dog belonging to George Hotol Still Maintains away a very remarkable man and a A Barren county man sold hi present hiunclf. Returning to hi cell lm said Mis Florekuk Hlauoiitkr and Miss Moorr, a tenant on Mr. Orders frcm a Distance Promptly Pilled. J. II. Shanka' crop of wheat last December at $1 delivered loud tnough to be heard by the High citizen. An extended notice of him other, "I I h win IIakkr returned to I.otiliTille Satfarm, went mad a few days sgo and bit a AND Address J. T. IIAHHIS,Ky. at the thresher. Pretty good trade a it have stood alt I can, they have sworn my will be published hereafter; Hi funeral urday. hog belonging to Mr. Shanks, which afterStanford, Its Proprietor it Determined that will take place life away and what little time I have to Mit. J. (). (hvsl.r.v, who haa been alck turns out. He lias 8,000 bushels. Shall be Second to no Country it wards hownl every sign of hydrophobia Co (ley came Into town last Mr. T. J. It. II. Ilronaugh bought of Wm. Hiatt live I can't see any of my frunds. I will at Or. J. 11. Owaley'n, la thought to be im- and Hotel in the State in its Fare, bad fo be killed. The dog was also Appointments, or Attenfifteen two and proving. heifers, four die before I will leave here." He then Sunday to attend church, and hitched hi killed near Mr. John G. Smith' after It tion to Comfort of bead at .11 cents and eleven at .1 cents. W. cut a gash In the left aide of his throat horse on one of the back streets. A young MluAtiDIK PuitNKLt. left Saturday had bitten a number of other doga. their Guests. to apend the Tacation at her borne in T. Saundera bought of Abe Smith 1 milch severing the outer jugular vein, and an- man who had been anxious to visit a lady Succeaaora to Daugberty A Holmes, friend In the country coolly mounted the Battrag will be conveyed to and from the depot Police Mattfiw. John Alexander, af-- row at $30. Tenn. other slight gaeh on the right side, but it free of charge. Special accommodation to horse and rode off, not returning till night. B. F. Kobinson received at McKinncy I thought it hurt a little worse than he IIcttik I'auiih (neeMolierly) ter a night in jail, confessed to being drunk STANFOKD, - - KENTUCKY, to Commercial Travelera. The liar will bt alnaya aapplied with the eholeeat returned Saturday from an extended Wail and disorderly on Sundny, and was fined yesterday, over COO lamb from various expected or else the rapid flow of blood Mr. Coffey had to borrow a horse to go MmuFACTUaara or braada of Liquors and Clgara. to frienda at Lexington. ?iu ami cosi. nc was also lield in a partlas, among them 1C0 from Clark Cash, from the first wound caused him to think home. The young man claimed that he Mna. ItonniiT MnAi.isTr.n anii Mirh bond of $60 for having concealed on his which averaged SO pounds, the lest he haa it fatal and lie threw the razor out the took the horse through mistake, having erson a deadly weapon. W. P. Klines teen this year. He paid 0 cents all around. cell window and allowed the other to give hired another horse which was to be left at CoiiNir. Coornt hare returned from a tIU was likewise drunk and disorderly for to relatlrea in Dinrillc. The wheat crop in Tennessee I near- the alarm. The alarm wa not understood about the place Mr. C.'s was, but this story Mmi Katk Hln.i.v, the bandaomt! which he waa let on" with a Gne of $ and ly harvested, and is the best crop grown and it was supposed Austin had or was can, of course, only be successfully told to Slain SI., Slniifbril, Ky. and atyllah daughter of Mr. L. O. IVlelln, rust. in Tennessee in ten yesrs. The oat attempting to make hit escape. Quite a the marines. On account of the young of Ibanon, la the gurat of Mr. Geo. 11. Tun Kcruni.icAN Countv Committke crop will be the best ever produced. Corn crowd gathered at the Jail, some with pis- man's family, (who are honest, respectable JOHN DINWIDDIE,PR0'R. Ilruce. met here Saturday in secret session. Hon. is yet small, but fine In condition. The tols and all excited. On discovering the people), hi name is not given. Personal Mis Mattle Williams.who TllKTrualeeaof Huah llranch line W. O, Itradley came over to advise, but acerage is four per cent, above the average true state of the cie, Dr. J. B. Kinnaird It. II. Ilronaugh and J. K. Carson with one or two assistants entered the jail has been attending the Female High School OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 employeil MIm Mollie Chriaiuan, of Linwe do not think much of anything was coln, formerly of lliia county, to teach their done. It Is said that a resolution to put bought of Craig Lynn SO head of grade and found Austin on his bed gasping and in Louisville, haa returned home to spend cliool. Somcraet Ueporter. forth a full county ticket waa adopted, the yearling sheep at $3.25; average weight apparently dying, but a now seen evident- the vacation. Mis Mollie Harwood, the 92.00 MlM NANNIK Do.SN, the laat of the nomination to be made In the neir future, about J10 lb. It. II. Ilronaugh bought of ly "possuming." Alter stopping the blood belle of our neighboring village, Brodhead, heif- nnd dressing the wound which was pro- was the guest of Miss Rosa Reppert Satur- Special Accommodation to Commercial achool girla from a diatance, after ajiending but who are to be slaughtered ha not yet same party IS two and ers; 0 for June delivery at 3 centa 12 for nounced not fatal, he waa and day and Sunday. Mrs. Nancy Cook, of a few daya with Mlaa telle Van Aradale, transpired. Travelers. left for her horn in Madiaon yeaterday. taken to Richmond under a guard of Gve Heedville, has been visiting her sister, Mrs. August delivery at 'i cents. Coloiuui Fair. President Mark WAGONS OF ALL KINDS. Mim Maiiy Mvr.ita and Mts.r Lut-Davvim.k Court There were a very and a Surgeon in case the wound should D. N. Williams. Prof. Yates, of Coving-to- Baggage Transferred Free of Charge the first oolortd man to propose and ha written Dr. J. J. Brown that he Wo manufacture Carrlseea of mil deacrlDtlons. small lot of stock on the market yesterday, need attention on the way. Arriving there AND MlNNIK WOI.DKIIXIK left for Oullllll- - succimfully carrr out a colored fair, adverworkmen employing only Hut few sale were made he walked from tho depot to town, which will conduct the Teachers' Institute for Ilhavo recently taken charge of this house only nrsUtlasa material, and aell at and using bua, Ga., yeaterday, the borne of the two tise that the Lincoln Union Colored reasonable Fair mostly young. first-claand intend to have figure this county this year. Mr. Isaac Stuart atvle. workmanshinand material coneld- latter. MIm Mary will apend the Summer will bo held this year at Petersburg, near publicly. W. M. A D. N. Lackey, of 'this started the blood afresh and it waa with accommodations. ti AUUIIi:KTT A HYDE. left here yesterday for a visit to Louisville there and in Florida. Moreland Station, on the ."0th and .list of county, bought 38 yearling cattle of Jake difficulty stopped again. Austin begged Maj. A. V.. ltlCHAltlw, candidate tor August and September 1st. Tho President imherlin at $21. Hob Crow bought a them to do what they could for him and and Frankfort. A party of young and expressed gieat sorrow for his rashness and giddy things, four boys and four girls, linKiixrior Judge, waa hero Saturday ahak-In- g I an enterprising man and never fails to gelding of Hill Brewer for $122. waa very much relieved when the blood gered at the picnic grounds Friday evenBelow are the ruling price for prothe horny hand of the honeai yeoman- make hi fair a success. At Iat.t account be waa ing until a late hour, and so much were visions, Ac , in Stanford: Bacon shoulder, waa staunched. ry, on whom he made a Tery fine impre. It m Jkhk. Mr. Chaa. Hailctt, the de- 12)o;haius, ICie.; side, loo. Flour, $1.00 doing well. It i thought he hoped for they engrossed in each other that they did aion. He will likely apeak here on County -- DIMLlia IN- tective, writing to Sheriff J. N. Menefe, to $ 1 50; corn, $ 1 50; meal, SI. 10 per bushel; aid to escape which his removal would not notice the approach of the storm. Not Court day. from Ilonanaa, Col., say that the descriptill It had burst In all its fury over their DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY &FANCY ARTICLES. MlS.1: IOltA, MAMIK AND llllbSIR oats, 85c; coflee, 12 to 20c, molasses, 05c. frustrate, and thought this wound would tion of Jese Spraggin rent exactly Gil to 75c.; dried apples, 8Jc; peaches, Pharmaceutical reparations a specialty. rhyalelans' Prescriptions accurately compounded. IlitVANT, of Tennraac-e-, Kate Willlama, of Sc; delay the removal long enough to give his bead) did they realize their situation, and the bill, and that he ha not a doubt that new Irish otatoes, 76 cent per peck; but- friend an opportunity to get him out. then It wa too late to fly. They took In Montgomery, Ala., Pattle McQehec, of the man in jail Is tho only and original the whole thing, and after it was all over Mia , Lillie Shelton, of TiptooTille, ter, 20c ; cheese, 20c.; eges, 12jc.; salt by BOYLE COUNTY. Buggy or If you want a strictly First-Clas- s though he strongly maintain that came slowly to town, the wette-- t crowd bushel bid. $2. Tenn., and Mia llurucker, of Parkersburg, Jesse, hi name la Morgan. He haa already been Danville. that ever was seen on dry land. They have left for their home rrlday. Phaeton Reasonable Prices, call on or LINCOLN COUNTY. hi trial will occur In a short License was issued by the County screed that it was'a damp bad evening for MtukM. U. Timiikri.akb, with her Indicted and time. Highland. Clerk on Friday fot Burton Garrett and courting. a'uter Miaa Jennie Crane, and MIm Madie address Klder Martin Owens pleached the fu- Mary B. Carpenter to marry, iMrnovHMBXTi. Mr. I. M. Ilruce la White, left yesterday for their home In Bucklen's Arnica Satire. Henderson yeiseger was on Saturday building a residence on Second Street; Mr. neral of Mr. C. It. Ciirier at Mt. Moriab, Went Va. lleaidea being a favorite with in tlie world for Cull, llrulses, Tho adjudged a lunatic and ordered to the asy Sores, bit ulre Illieuui, Fever Sores, Tetter, Ulcera, Salt every one who baa mado her acquaintance, Will Craig is making quite an extensive laat Sunday. I). A. Baugh sold to W. D. Dye, one lum. This is tlie second limo within a Chapped llaaJa, Ckllblalna, Corna, and all Skin addition to Ida dwelling; M. 1). Klmore, Mr a. Timberlake, as matron of the College, Un- year that Henderson ha been pronounced 8&9 Landing, Cinonnati, Eruptlona, and poitltTtly eurea piles. It la guarI dearly beloved by the pupil, all of beside renovating Inside and out, la ap- cow for $2.1. D. A. Baugh bought of Bend for catalogue. (5J.lt anteed to gli entire aatlifactlon or money refundplying a new cost of paint to his house; cle Jerry Maxwell, one large yoke of oxen noti com;) mtnlu. whom apeak of her In tho moat complimened. Price 23 ceil U r box. For sals by l'cnny A The regular communion service took McAlUter. the colored Christian Church la also being for $91. John Butt bought of Andrew tary term. place at the First Presbyterian Church painted; J. N. Mcnefcc I rejuvenating Young, one yearling colt for $17. TOCAL MATTERS. A Vexed Clergyman. John Cah returned from Sloan' Val yesterday. Her. K. M. Green waa indis the old Seminary dwelling, and numerous Kvcn the patience of Job would becomo exUhk the LIvIngaton Coal Company' coal. other minor improvement are In progress. ley, a fuw days ago. He left Immediately posed, and Dr. L. G. Barbour, of Richhausted were ha a preacher and endeavoring to who la sick. mond, conducted tho service. It la the beat. Intereat hla audience while tbey wars keeping up Tiik unsightly mud hole In front of the for Texas, to see hi father, Several thunder storm Fliday and an Inccaiast coughing, making tt linpoulble lor TheLARGEST STOCK of WAT0HES.0L00KS, JEWELRY John W. Baatiu will leave thl week for Tiik Commonwealth' Attorney bai bad square, green with disease the KockcaiJle Springs. Ho ha obtained Saturday night. The white and colored hi in to be beard. Yel, how very euj cau all tbla AM) SII4.VEHIVAUE another girl added to Ida family. breeding filth, still stand a a monument King's New a position a clerk in the hotel nt that Reformed Churches and several trees In be avoided by simply utlug Dr. for Cunuui(.tIoo, Coughs and CulJa. Trial Ever brought to this market. of the carelessnes of the City Council. It pi see. Pric.es Lower than the Lowest. 'Watches, Clocks and . TllllKK IIUNDRKD thousand Ukicic for town were struck by lightning, nnd a cow away at I'enuy & McAliatei' Drug I thought by some that It was the cause of Jewelry Repaired on short notice, and 'Warranted. Mrs. Jane Newell la lying very low at belonging to a colored woman waa killed llottlca given aale. Apply to Henry Iiaughman, StanStore. at least one case of typhoid fever and an thl time, with that dreadful disease, Conford. I.KUNZMAN, Photo- - ctlbrt will be made through process of law sumption. Mlsse L. II. & S. K. Young in front of the Court will U.W AIIVKUTISLXK.MS. llllOOlU iC consider The County . to awaken the body to their alleged sense. and W. 11. Barber, huve returned from a road matter. The last Legislature passed grapbera, have opened a gallery over the Two or Ihrte dollar worth of labor would visit to friend and relative at Science day at houia. Saiuplta worth what I known a the Grubb law, which CK in OftF" free. Address SllMOK A Co., toatoflice. IU 9&U)5 abate the nuisance nnd It seems more of a Hill. I). A. Baugh has returned from a repealed the old law. Senator Blain then I'ortland, Maine. I ha vk received a big aiipply of Ice and oaso of iiiulishnesa than any thing else business trip to Greenwood, Ky. J.'.O. introduced a bill which repealed the Grubb C"!OA WEEK. Ilia Jay at homaeailly uiada.ahall keep it constantly on hand for aale. that it ha not been abated long since. ? Cuallv Outfll Ire. Addrsu Talis; Co., AuTerry lm returned from Casey. law, and which It I optional for county guata. Maine. J.T. Harrl. courts to adopt or reject. The question CRRA wwkln jour own towu. Terms and 13 Gilberts Creek. Couldn't Stand 'Km. Ouryoung friend Has Juat Opened a Flno Stook of JUUoutfllfree. Aiiitu it. IUliatt A Co., It waa getting ijuile cool enough laat J. O. Saulley, who went to West Peiut last this: Should the CounThere will be n meeting of the Trus- naturally arising 1'ortland, Maine. night to bring Vennor'a prediction of front week ha returned. It waa hi Intention law on Saturday ty Court not adopt Senator Blaln' tee of Boon's School-housabout tlila time, to mind. If he panned examination -- to enter the mil- next at 2 o'clock to choose a teacher. will there be any law on the subject of COMING ! THEY FAUMKRsdeairiMg tu lay in their winter itary achool, but he bad a falling out with David Soott haa taken In one hundred county road 7 Later. Blalu's law I to coal' would do well to fee the one of the officer, and left on tho next head of oattle to graie this Summer for he iubmltted to the voter of the county at aupply of Consisting of pioprletora of Lincoln Mill. It will be morning after hi arrival and before he ltd. Walker, of Garrard county, at one dol- the August election, The wagona with the wa subjected to an examination, A meeting of the Alumni Association lie aiya lar a head per month. money In their ticket. that the first question the officer put to him Klder Jasper Livingstone will preach of Caldwell Institute took place at the In- IIonh Milk iiml l'rovlnlon Safcx! Jamea, a aon of Itob't Iake, Pkath. at 3 o'clock on Sat- stitute on Friday evening. About folly-fiv- e Manufactured by Cook A Long, Mlchulaavllle, Ky. wa, "Where are you from 7" He replied, at Boon' Sohool-hous- e died Sunday of typhoid fever, ltev. J. S members of the Association were pres- bold oaly from wagons. "I'm from Kentucky." The officer In a urday next, and also on Sunuday following Sim preached the funeral sermon at ent, There was an interesting address by very pompou tone replied, "Why don't at 11 A. M. and at night, llilght'aSchool.ho'Jmt in the afternoon. you say 'Kentucky, ilr?' " Thl wa ful- Owing to the heavy ralni and high Dr. L. Barbour, of Richmond, and a poem Also, a Nioo Lino of have It lowed by other and more Inaultlng (to wind the corn and wheat have been blown by Mrs. S. F.H.Tarrant, of Lexington, both WkmJ Wku.II WkliJU-from reliable authority, that the wide- Jack) remark, no he decided that he down and injured to a considerable extent. former principal. Representatives of all VO liOVlU.r. the classes but two were present. The HCIIOOI, JtKHKHl awake constable of the West Knd, Dantel would not stay to receive more of them, Thte two rust crep would have been exI am opening daily a Full lino of tho Dost Goods Jn tho Market, to b next meeting will ba held on the 13th of Of tuatuoat approved pattern, manufactured by and he accordingly left for "Kentucky, cellent except for these onuses. Mlllerund Mis Sarah Curtta, a moat The Committee, with County Surveyor June next. Mrs, Nona HannTalbott, wife A. II, Andrswa, Chicago, lu good order and cheap, sold at Bottom Prioos. Call and oxamino. young lady, are to be married on air," awearlng that he will whip that Inso at Chrlstlau Church, lluatouvllle, or adlent officer yet. Ball, surveyed several route fur the new of Chas. II.Talbott, I the President) Mrs. dress tin 30th Inst. Hull for Dan. J. H. IIIIALAI', Danvills, Ky. proTfng At,t. of Die typhoid fever one are lm RELIGIOUS. sT.ifTB'oier), icy. -- Joseph IUIIoii will preach at 1111 Gap Church next Sunday at 4 P. M. Kentucky conference of the M. R Church South meet at Carlisle, September 1ft, Illahop Mclntyero prealdlng. The ltev. Ilobert F. Jackson, rector of Christ Episcopal Church of lllchmond, Va., died Friday afternoon of Hrlght' di- Kid. FINE IMltlSIMtN si sir-c- J 41-- 4 mud-roa- d JACKS FOR JENNETS. ' tiv-IS- O ICE! ICE! ICE! VAKIKVY NTOBE! J. E. VOWELS' tan-bar- Excelsior Art Rooms it srj. a. iiicuAiin.s, 6i-- tf firat-claa- a Stanford Female jr 1 e Mantua-Maki- I'liotoR-raphe- n roots-Hal- Q Bi;siRABiyrcrAi t. TERMS MODERATE. near-eigh- t, rt PLANTS! MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. and its Reputation, roit Itich-mon- Propr. 1 well-kno- 40-- tf three-year-ol- d Daugherty&Hyde Fine Carriages, Buggies, Naah-Title- -, Ir. ST.ASAPHHOTEL t BOARD, PER DAY. three-year-ol- d AND PHAETONS. 1 hand-cufie- d Jar-ma- tlrst-ch- ss ert-d- . PENNY & McALISTER Co-m- at Ashbrook, Tucker & Public Co., PENNY & McALISTEK, JI3"77rESIJ3E3I:atS. Court-hous- e Court-hous- e. Mf-SS- y 9J i E. P. OWSLEY 1 e AltE BRAND NEW GOODS, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Wo FOR SAI,E! j CARPETS.OIL CLOTHS! TRUNKS. r '': TIM W. HIGGINS, Salesman. lMa.. f -- V find your homo Limt-Kil- n Rulet and Rtaulafiont for Married life. Club. Tc thoso who havo Just been getting and, furthermore, "ilow wioked wo am wlwii wo sot KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. you don't know when that gloom will married, wo Iteg Icavo to suggest tho down and fink it ober," said Brother Brjmroi Sukict & Texas Pacific depart and when tho blessed sunshino following rules. Wo havo tried them Gardner ni tho voico of tho trianglo LANCASTER, bt r . KENTUCKY. fflTANTOED, ICY. -- TIIK MOtT IlrtolllAM.n IIDOTR T- Oof Iovo will burst in again. And why nnd find that thoy work admirably. struck tho hour of sovou. "Whilo I Railway. - Jnno 20, 1882 don't von know? IWnmn it ! tinl in Up to tho present tlmo wo have been keep tryln' to beliovo in Ilcabcn, I joiix t. iikhjins, lMtoritiirroit. Tuesday Morning, 2V J 1 2tf X rX 1 1 your heart to sweep tho cloud away. ablo with tho assistance of tho drug keep wondcrin' how any of us will .a. i an i i mi i Ami tlerMMIt the You say to yourself, "I can boar it ns gist on the corner, to keep a supply of over git dar. Wo mus not envy, nn' Papular naiile, unit illntf, M II A riRST - CLASS HOTEL lneirert May 11, IMS. A HEAVY BURDEN. doe, learlianeaaml auperlor arrnMntotlatloneln r long as sho can. Am I not right?" constantly on hand nnu yii wo do envy, wo mus not liVr In tTff T Millenlir. Tlieoatreflaeanf thn nuUle CINCINNATI HOUfll HUM PtVISIONi other portions of our framo-work- . llarcncouid not answer in words. Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texai, flo witness, nn' yet wo nm forobcr ftllcllnl. aatlafaetlen ipunntvt. "Ilather a heavy burden, Isn't It, lAHSJUtTt to strcntchin'do truf. Wo mus' not lie, "I know I am right," pursued tho Hulol. Allow your better-hal- f my boy?" STATIONS. Ki, The Nerth, Norlhweel ami Wt. tn fat I. If toii light tho firo from July 31 to March an' yit it cnmoi so handy dat wo can't STANFORD MARBLE In n illreeUen, Tmir Inlereat Clarence- Spencer, to whom tho merchant, "and very likely your WORKS, I'.. P.M. rnntentplalea Irlii h) iHircliailne; tour llrielf tla lll lilattf?rl help it. Wo nvis' not steal, an' an words hail been ncldrcMCtl, turned wife is saying to herself tho same 31, and from April 1 to duly 30. an--l Cincinnati. K. lre. nnetnnall ITrtlMraeh war 1 Pull, lit manC. Pataa ( arai lilteapt New IMiiT ST .STANIimn, KY Ilulo 2. Females of America nro somoofus don't. J) it is, wo doant Coaehea, an.l II from tho ledger, nnd looked toward thing. So your hopo of sunshino " UilSttaw... :!!S .3 II M liaii.leMlf fnrnlalml lleellnlnn Chair Cera lofin 1 1I docsnot rest upon your willingness to notoriously in need of exercise Split git inter n pnrfshuu tohandlo do funds. " NtofrtfceMfle...... T the speaker. Clarence was a young . Itl MM Hi antHatf.) equlnnente of llile OM nllehle. LUW1NE, " lll(h HfM.. a . I II If M tlfM.hr naalt a trip tw Ihla line me ol iurgivo uui upon mo mammy to Dear ting wood strengthens tho niusolcs. We mus' not be joalous, an yit when man not more than fivoand-twent" riataTllto Mmf.it! l pleaaur". Try II. I ... l. l' a w III at JJy and by It will hap splitting would unlit n man for busi- de womna across do way, whoso litis- " Jitrctfen Cllj .. Mutual waa book keeper to Mr. Solo- the burden. .. IHIM and TIMK TAHI.lt. IN H Ft' HOT MAY II, IIM. ram rTfr IS).., . tw 2tV!k fa Monument, mon Wardle, a nleiuant faced, keen- - pen as it has happened before, that ness purposes. It is belter to allow baiio aims 60 per week, sails nut wid (AtKWy?- " IXtai DatmM .toe 1 IImkUimm, : : Bnt'TH. females to do it lhau to fee males to fo'uow bonnoto a yar, am it human .1 aTS II Twt ' lUkwt No. J. VI ono of tho twain will surrender irom Ko.S." eyed man of fifty, who had spoken. in " tyrtiM iir llPWtiffr n,A. SMI ... 141 l!?. for my olo woman to look nrtcr " no am lllliM IMP in I MM W,,k Arr. tUltanWa .... heavy burden, isn't it, Clar- exhaustion, and it is likely to bo do it. 'I?''- CltlBlfl "A l 41 a m 4 W p ml 7 ID :ia I alHWHIN iI I4ptu Itulo 3. In order to inspire your her an' not wish sho had hold of her tho weaker party. Then there will bo ence?" the merchant repeated. A.N. " Crnlhtowa . 'i m a M I It in with confidence in you, back ha'r? Wo mus not sw'ar, an' yit " PilK. 'II II a nrl M p Ui OaHawna. 7 49 ISO And still tho young man was silent. a collapse and reconciliation. Gener- bcttcr-Iml- f " m tie, in t m ia Arr. l.nlatfW. .. iiinpn 7 w P in " llekvMt Ills looks indicated that ho did not ally tho wifo falls first beneath tho you'd better havo thrco or four serv- what am I to do when I striko tho sat 1911 l.te. Iiat4n " I'ol HI INtrMtl... l in I 70 p tn It 4 1H Arr. WlnhHt J Ho had been for eomo galling burden, because her Iovo Is ants in tho house. You can tell if eand of n sidownlk plank wid my fut, comprehend. I m III - Ml (Hefltltf a " JaiMKIan Uijt Tho sho lovoS you by nllowing her to catch or wjmck my thumb wid do hammer tlmo bending over tho ledger, with his Keenest and most sensitive. SI a tn I lHii Ht IIIIPPM Dentin ..... HnnHwlon, M la 14 IM III thoughts far away, and that his husband in such a caso acts tho part you biting ono of tho servant's on tho Am lTto be supposed dat I will calm llhiri ItrMfe. .. III IM, 110 "Rn . TJnhtii. Si. I." i(n ," " NMtMni. When ho might, with a noso occasionally. If sho loves you, lv nut ilnwn mi lime n rmcmM hvmn? 4 thoughts wcro not plcaant ones was of a coward. " lititMajeMi... l.t llaHk(Mi... IMm IMlli "When wo trado bosses wid n man, LANE & BODLEY CO. " llmricn evident enough from tho gloom on his breath, blow tho cloud nway, ho sho will bounco tho servant; if ho ll AM Aaettan-- I 7 . I Arr. Unrinmll 7 18 don t, sho will bounco you. - MUSterHMm II IK a ini t 4S a m cringes and cowers until his wife is wo cheat him. rmlti When n ntnn wants handsome face. AWARDED Ma II in " WlMt,Ml7 ituta-J- . Hm m I II a m On washday it would bo to borry halfadollah of us, wo lio to AI.AIUMA HltllAT WIlmiHUN. IA.H. "My dear luy, tho burden is not forced to let tho beautiful sunlight in I II p w Air. 1iIkiii 7 w) tn a good idea to bane around the houso him. Woplay kecrds, daurc, goto 1 p in 7 10 a u Me. (halt W l.t. Ia faaien.. only heavy now, but it will grow through tier breaking heart. lrla7.- " Allalta If p iu I H a tu ..IIM " rtn Clarenco listened and was troubled. ami make remarks about tho way in do theater an' circus, an' wodoan turn heavier and heavier, tho longer you In n nt V Ml a in lllrmlBMii. . BY 1ML PkhMMlh 4 49 p " TuaeatMta ..... Ho saw the truth and felt ita weight. which the clothes aro licing maltreat- our backs nn n I tell you m,M a in, ISO am carry It." Itt Arr. OttlehMi Arr MMtan II p mill jta m) IW a in ... ATLANTA C0TT0X EXPOSITION, L;ww riMr. Ward to, I do not compre- Ho was not a fool nor was lie n liar. ed. Wash day is a national holler-day- , wo nm nil poo' weiik human bein's, an I.T. tfMMfcn.V MAVHVII.LH lllVIHinV. m and a man should assort his oben while wo flutter ourselves dat we During thesilcnco that followed ho hend you ?" in Ill.t.lalMlaMi I im. 3tr. ll1h(tonVSani iaafle,i JJihh " WrwIlHpVa.. 111 W) N reflected upon tho past, and ho called righto. If tho better-hal- f ohjecto to nm slidin"long to'ds Ilcaben nt do Steam Engine and Saw l( ?iaretumaaitl ' "Ah, Clarenco I" " Altai J Parte I Mam. " MartrWte t lfl.i.1 to his mind scenes lust as Mr. War your asserting your righto, iniortyo.ir rntoofii mile n minute, wo nm all Atr. ChalUiwa I IM t "I certainly do not." No. IS " Ma;atllleltiwi Tenet, 11.1 kii Slhlblled at Atlanta In Jill. VH KH1IUIHI ANI MKHIIIIAN. "Didn't I call at your houso for you dlo had depicted. And this brought left. ready to pass a had nickel on aBtrect- Manufacturer! of Steam l.nelnae, Ilolltri, TralKa. I al t tan lllf, all Mheia .lallr Itulo fi. If tho baby yells nt night, kyar company or pocket do Sit bill Saw him to tho remembrance of how ho this morning?" MerMlau.. MIS te.llaMar. Hiatal Italia la rjmteraale. rVr Mllli,ilnI;,Uct, Lath Maehinei, lloU Mr. t'areat. .. " had seen his wifo ween when sho had snore. It's snorefttl thing to havo a found in do Machinery, tjhaftinr. Itant ere, III wtrte, Clarence nodded assent. When I sot an J el laMmUaa twrlaMng l lliue. " ItratHlM. ... l , III Klour Mill. eanaamu Ac , rail aw r alrr-JHkaMi .... "And didn't I sea nnd hear enough failed and sank beneath tho heavy cross baby. If snoring don't scaro it down at night an' pull off my hates h.lr.r Shrill tlrrnl.r of our No. I t'iaalillta IM T. MWIIX'Ait, Uilp.lrtt. Arr. Vkkettm..... CIIAS. I.. llltOWN. II I. AT. A. to reveal to mo tho burden that you burden, how often sho had sobbed up- into fits, and it insists upon being nn' put my feet in do oven nn' gits to San- Hill, "Men n. a,ll fur J. I. n.UMlN.dcfl'IMan.f.r. l.te. VkUric... cross, take it gently by tho back of tho thinkin' of how hard I try to bo good, took with you when you left? You on his bosom in grief for the error. " Jatkaam .... in " HraK4m Tho merchant had read tho vounc neck and bito it just below its breast nnd bow pow'ful easy it is to lo bad, must remember, my boy, that I havo " FmhI. IIM CONDKNSKD TIMK. man's thought, and, after a time, bono. I become so absorbed in my thoughts been through tho mill, Arr M.rWhin M ion And Kule C. Always let your wifo have dat do olo woman has to hit mo on do your burden heavy; and I've no ho ro30 nnd touched him on tho nn ni.vKiMitr anii PArit'ir, vic'khiii'hii, RpcfUl the last word. If you can't mako up car wid n 'later to bring mo back to chinery. attention elren In Plantation Ma- l.te. doubt that Sarah's heart is as heavy nrm. IllMalnKnl Circular! JVe. I .. Vkl4M 1... in at) & "Clarence, supposo you wcro to put your mind to let her havo the last nirth nn' start mo out nrter nn nrmfiil " IVIia as your own." -- .. .. Ita LANE 6c BODLEY CO., Air. Mmroe . .. t on your hat and go homo now. Sup- word, and sho insists upon it, let her of wood. Uem'lcn, let us continue to And then Clarence Spencer underJohn J? H'ulrr 81:, Cincinnati, I aa Z.: .T" I.t MaonM. it.vii.uoAi) mm:. stood, and the morning sceno was poso jrou should think on your way havo any thing you havo in your try to bonngels, but let us count on i i .. " IHa I II I Atr. Vlrkl.urj . present with him, as it had been pres- only of the love nnd blessing that hand at tho time. wrestlin' wid satan about fo'ty times n ilio Ilulo 7. It is uovcr too lata to day, nn' on bcin' frown Hat on our TKAlNtt HOIK!! millTII. JOHN H(1TT, V. 1 al Ilea. Man. rto.rW ent with him sinco leaving home. On might be; with this thought you U'y, tlnHnnatl, OI.U: VI P. WIl.MlN, CI. V. anl ' Um-I, IM, Iia. riun. Therefore, no matter what backs cbery blessed time. Wo will that morning ho had a dispute with should enter your abodo with n smilo mend. PA (In tM ll'r, (Inclnnall, (I ; II. OU.U IIIIAN. II P A A. II M. Iff. t'eatUMM.TrM. his wife. It had occurred at the on your face; and you should put time you get homo and want any uow irritate do usual order of bizness." I.re. lUehwMxl . IMnn J iiaiumii - a v. A r. K'r, i.lalM " Ijumairf.... co Mlea. JOi:'. JlctllillKd. P A. V., breakfast table: there is no need of your arms around your wife's neck and thing mended, prevail upon her to Detroit Freo Press. . A "ft I.MlonalMi.. 7 III U'y, Munroe, Ija. kiss, and softly say to her, "My dar-lin- get up and do it. Crab UrrtiarJ-.- .. reproducing tho scene. Suffice it to M Manur.l.. iu I have come homo to throw Itulo 8. No man who is n man A Factoiiv in tub lIousi.not.ri. say that it had como out of a mere SMbr tllr. M Imh nte JuMlhin... THE NEW ROUTE EAST, nothing, and had grown a causo of down the burden I took away with me will belong to less than three card Mr. S. R. Tcater, of Bohon neighbor IS Mllehtelalmrf. IDM anger. Tho first had been a look and this morning. It is greater than I can clubs. That is, ho should belong to hood, had 01 pounds of wool to sell. I to New llatefi At tho present shipping prico it would a ;tone; then a flash of impatience; bear.' Supposo you were to do this, two, and ono should belonir to him. Arr. I.r4MitHn Junetein.. IT - It 10 plu havo brought him only about $10. ClneantMill Juuelleu... Thcro is nothing that will inspire con then a raising of the voice; then an would your wifo repulso you ?" 1..1. .in. "Repulse me?" so much as a good, healthy He decided to havo it manufactured look; the voice grow higher; the other fidence at homo. His good wifo and two "Ah, my boy, you echo my words baseball bat under tho bed. reason was unhinged; passion gained TUA1NS flUlNU bOUTII. Itule 9. There is nothing that will daughters went to work, colored and swny, and the twain lost sight of tho with an amazement which shows that CHESAPEAKE AND DHIO BY. """mi. r'uu. UaaniinHC warm, enduring love that lay smitten you understand mo. Now. sir. have make a woman mad quicker than cold wove eight yards of jeans, and spun Lte. Imi1,III 1 10 a in you thocouragoto try the experiment? leet unless they belong to her. In and knit two pairs of socks apieco for and aching down deep in their hearts, lata, Men&.nl TIIK ONLY M.VK UUNNI.Ntl -!Mna t"rab DrrbarU ,, JM and felt for the time only the passing uare you be such a manr Or do you order to avoid all trouble in this di- six boys, two pairs ot stockings npieco Arr IJrlktaUa t 10 " tornado. And Clarence remembered fear to let your dear wifo know how rection, warm your feet before going for three women, and after making Le. Ineaater 1 So for six boys n pair of mittens each, Arr Utebiwoiwl. t ,o " Air. Wardlo had entered the much you love her? Do you fear she to sleep. If sho is that WITH house and caught a sicht of tho storm would respect you less for tho deed? warm them in her back. If sho is bo sold SOS worth over and above rUIalaMAN PALACE CAKS sho will warm your hack what ho needed for homo use. This And Clarence Spencer thought of Tell me, do you think the cloud of Pullman Sleeping Coaches ! To Me lAla, shows most excellent thrift. Tho exone tmng more; no thought how mis hnppiceis might thus be banished? in her feet. Utile lUw, Mobile, Matttfauerr, m .if, irrana The Rule 10. No man with a particle ample is worthy of imitation. erably unhappy he had been all the Oh, Clarence, if you would but try ami rmariatnl. niflVnnn from hMtfranla laTriae bae IbelrelKakvevriaaioutaa: ilyeprpaia or In.liirotK.n in anv funn. i n. From Enterprise. of spirit in him will submit to a cold LOUISVILLE morning; and ho know not how long it." tla Meiaaakleor rU New Olleaba. Tlaae leutb Tiev.1, (or IIki eato .( tlinr mn luhlt aiul quicker euJ ralea lewer tbaa br an older Sarah Spencer had finished her dinner. If it is cold, raise n row. his burden of unhappiuess was to be nwle. Itlaalealbe It is said that an aero of wheat will mental mmfort. In trt llmtrtter. Sli.marh lliltera. Ij.lu-en- t il, nioat work in the kitchen and in tho bed Every thing will immediately get sustain three nnd a half individuals Icetlfr t ll harmleM ilrllcatemmtiltitlun borne. ami Ita mlnratlta To WASHINGTON, QUICKEST, CHEAPEST AND BEST propcrllea. l'liyalriana cterjrwlwre. "Honestly, Clarence, isn't it a chamber, and sat with her work in warm. per year. An aero of potatoes will with tho ntliiltrratiHl llqufiraof rjoinuiprre, It at tlw tafi-e- t ami rutt rrllaUo ut all her lap. But she could not ply her Ileale la all palate In MImuiI. Kaaua. Illliwla, Rule 11 Never fail to come homo sustain ten persons n year. In Ireland heavy and thankless burden?" itomarlilca. Inalliaa, laaa, Nebreaka, CatMaJa. Araantae. The knew that his em- needle. Her heart was heavy and loaded up to the hat at thirteen or tho introduction of the potato has been I or eale by all Dmc-el.nd IHialcn Oalr ana rbaaee la I Ukaju, M I.mila a D.I jit. Grainiest Scenery in America! I'er ruilberlNhrwallati aboat tlrketa tu Ibe sad, and tears were in her eyes.rescrall fourteen o'clock in tho morning at followed by a decline ot every Irish ployer was his friend, and that ho was S.mIIi, Kanu. i.l'xa lu, an e Ifrant ralea la Presently she heard the front door least eight nights in the week. The industry excepting agriculture Tho a KWnda, ad.lTM christian man, and afC"nnl.nc Jln-r- t la I'rtiB. Det kr f. v. .ITJIOIIi:, Hen auj Tl.ket At lularllle, Kj open and a .step in the passage. Cer- wifo will thus be envied by the neigh small ninqunt of lalrar required for ter a pause, he answered : Or K.J Aatbunjr, Al BlaufetJ. Kjr. uvvtV- Baltimore,Philadelphia&N. Y. "Yes, Mr. Wardlo, it is a heavy tainly she know that step. Yes, her bors, who will see that you have some obtaining sustenance from tho potato, husband entered, and smile upon his spirit in you. burden." Tlie Oul iMrrti Une In is taken ns the measuro of necessary Rulo 12. If tho door is not tin labor, nud tho time gained is not pro"Mv bov. lam troinc to venture face. She saw it through her gatherami ilio CnrolinuH. bit of fatherly counsel. I hope ing tears and her heavy heart leaped locked as soon as you ring, unlock tho fitably spent in developing their indus-crieupon a up. He came and put his arms window with a brick. This will wake 1 snail uotoiienti. but is apt to bo passed in idle Tirkela are on aale at f.rlrlwl Tklet UAWe. a o.l at the (,eiieral oA.voMlte "Not at all," said Clarence. He around her neck and kissed her. nnd her u n all at once, and will show tlm ness. It is so tho world over, whero f A II. Ilallwaj, at .1111 llr.l .ttiaiii Nlrrel, l.oiil.t lllr. winced a little, as though the probing said to her in broken accents: neighbors that there is only one boss the earth yields of its nbundanco alK'.r turlbrr information. "Darlinp, I have come home to in tho family. J C. KliXST, gave him a new pain. most without toil. (leneral Nxilbweatern Agent, Uxiletllle. Rulo 13. A keg of beer in the "In the first place," pursued the throw down the burden I took away SYMPTOM!; OF A W. l'lll.l.i:il. t'.W.SIIITII, II. The CatletUburg Democrat, in a old 'mail, with a quiver of emotion in with mo this morning. It is greater back yard every Sunday will show llei. I Manager, I.eD'l I'aaa'r .tg'i. than I cau bear." tho neighbors that you are neither u notice of tho hanging of George Ellis, his voice, "you Iovo your wife IjumuT II. STILL LEADS WITH THE el. roativa l'aln In And she, trying to speak, pillowed bank cashier nor the superintendent adds: "It is useless to digui;o tho "Love her? Yes, passionately." thet Head, wil'i a, aenantion In the paapt, I'ui.. i.u the UhouUler "And do you think sho loves you her head on his bosom and sobbed and of a 'Sunday school, nnd they will fact that the confidenco of tho public bia.lo.fi' nea alter ealitiK. withnpa tltaln-- i linati.m lo atarti .it nf biiulv wept like a child. Oh could ho for- havo no hesitancy iu leaving the has been gradually undermined by tho mind. in return ?" r Lw aplrila. with Irntabil lv ,.f manner in which criminals havo redon't think any thing about it give her? His coming with tho bless- chickens where you can raise them. alecluiKor havlna; aotneilutr. Voariea, liainea, tlutletlns at the ed offering had thrown the burden of ceived Executive cleincucy. Too oft I.know!" Heart. I) itabeluie tho ejra. Yellow Hkln, "On opening the coffin of Mr. Mor en we eeo the criminnl convicted in a "You know she Iovea you?" ltiadarlin (tnerally tcr tbe rlfht eye, rcjiruacn obck upon nerseii. one saw w,tn Iltful drraina, hlxbly ris, of Hannibal, .Mo., who died twenty- court having a term of two or moro him noble and generous, and she "Yes." d coljrou Urine, and -sir years ago, it was found that tho weeks, nnd liefore tho term expire him. "Then you must admit that the CONSTIPATION. But Clarenco would not allow her body was perfectly preserved in every find himself with ono of thu30 8x10 irouoie ,ims morning came irom no TI TT,HMI.I.Snrfr-rflullyn.lttpldt- o to take all the blame. Ho must share respect. Tho features were perfect. pardons signed by the Executive. at the heart." 1 nilOIt.tRarfr""'a"lial rtUctkaKiirlin rhang in The face retained tho same color when f fffltui; to imtotiUh itir imrrr. that. "Of.cpu.rse not." prtlt-,in- t 1' lHrf(it Ui riDe tti tho body was placed in tho ground. A cow reared on n farm where she tn I iikr on 11 r tit ia t it "Wo will share it so ovenlv," said ''JtTwatf but a surface squall, for TmmIi rllun ron r .iii.rlliit a., t llrsiilMr Mil itstmi lhit Even a rose that had been placed on is to remain is more valuablo to her AND SELL THE BEST IMirill V he, "that its weight shall bo felt no wliich'yoii at least aro very sorry." rnii. XI Ull.lM Ht .. Y, U . ..! J more. And now. rnv darliinr. we the breast of the deceased nt burial owner than a strange cow. She is acA moment's hesitation, and then BUGGY ON THE GLOBE retained its color. When tho lid of climated. She is acquainted with tho shall bo happy." "Yes, yes; I am heartily sorry." the cofiin was about to bo replaced the herd with which she must associate. ".Now mark me. Clarence, and an FOR THE MONEY. riaat II . in ell WiiMnrin hnel loalll..r Mr. Wardlo had uo need, when body suddenly began to crumble, and Sho is familiar with tho lands from Dou'tyou think that aainai. lliK aiiuralcv. .ii...ta.hoik rilna liri Itlm a j at lnitantaueMialjr batbl Clarence returned, to ask tho result. in a few moments uothinir but dust which sho obtains her food, nnd cau your wife is as sorry as you aro?" ,r It. 1 1truniaia ur aeut by eiprru ou reveti remained in place of what seemed but trnvel over it with greater caso than a SEND FOR CATALOGUE Ho could read it in the young man's "I cannot doubt it." )ll ItltAV T T.S VOIIK. nl'l'HT.U atartL arvaia.au IHtOWVfl IKO.V lUTTKUS nro a fewroomenta before to bo the body strange cow. In consequence ot theso vrrra i,uaa ..a 'And don't you think sho is suffer- brimming eyes and in tho (a. aa.ltu ul U B.IU4 Itla. . areUaaUan.,1 a ccrlnln euro Ibr nil tllMoiu.eH things she will yield more milk and AND TESTIMONIALS OF of a living being." face. ing 'idl'this time?" roqtilrlni; a complete) totiio; oipo-- . be mure profitable. IHE DISEASES OF It was a year after this and Clar ."Perhaps." clnlly liitliKoMliin.DjhtioiMlii, Inter-lnlllt'JtU. HUNDREDSOF LIVERYMEN The nomination of Capt. Tom aa.1.r'eVat YOUTH and MANHOOD "Very well. Let that pass. You ence Spencer had become a partner in I'oorn, Want l" Apix'tlto, by tho Democratic convention nt Emerson's plan was to writo a book, WM,f, A GUIDE TO HEALTH WITHlaOHia orSlrciiKlli, I.JK-know she is bearing her part of tho the houso that Mr. Wardlo, by acci Frankfort was nn indorsement of him eoudenso it to n chapter, trim tho WHO HAVE USED THEM of I.'iifrj:y, OUT MElJlCINE. rtc. I.nticlicM Ilio lilood.nlivimtli- heavy burden ?" dent, referred to tho events of that up to that time. No reasonable man chapter dowii to a paragraph, includo IJY ArilVHlllANorarear'a J1 -experience ens Ilio iiuiHclcr., mul r1cm new liou'i iniUoii Xd dressgloomy morning. "Yes,I know that." with liruia, your.) leui aud ava.1.1 but ret will contend that it covered what he the paragraph in a sentonce, and lift) to tho iiervo. Acts llko n, Ihla II.miL llairl. ftTI IllVnVSlIri, !r "Ah," said Clarence, with swelliug might do in the future. Hence Demnow, my boy, do you com 'And Prearrlnllolia rrea mil rirclrle llelt Hum. c.'linrm on Ilio lleMlvo organs, the sentence to a word. So some buna, which II cipoare. l'rlca 13 la. Addreai prehend where the heaviest part of bosom, "that was the most blessed ocrats aro entirely freo to form their of the memorialists say. Wo comtfinovliis all iIiKiei,llc H'iiiitouiH, THE PUBLISHER, Bex 3)4. Milwaukee, Wia. lesson I ever received. My wifo knows own conclusion in regard to his unfor- mend tho plan to our poots. etich oh lusting Ilio UmxI, Itelililn, this burden is lodged?" If thoy Jlout In tlm Kloiimeli, Ileaiiliiirii, Clarenco looked upon his iuterlocu who gave it to mo." tunate adventure in Lauisvillo. If will send us only ono word nt n time oto. Tlii only Iran I'n'imi'iillon tor wonderingly. OHIO. "And it serves you yet my boy?" they believo that with this addition to wo will have no troublo in making COLUMBUS llmtv.lll not lilacl.t'ii Ilio leclli or RELIABLE SELF-CUR- E "Aye. and it will servo us while wo his record his election would damage room for their epics. "If the storm had all blown over, Atlanta Con ItKKKItENCI-M- i Klo lieiwliwlic. Hold Iy all llrui; and you knew that the sun would live. We have nouo of thoso old the Democratic party they will be un stitution. A favorite i.rrtirrlDtlon of ona at tha I bare U'tu liauJIloi: roul Gkhtlkukx: KUU ut $1.00 a liotllc. wagona, i.barluna, etc., for Ibe moat noted and ancreeaful apectallaia In the U. H. nrewater able-brPt.n.f faithful aliko to themselves shino when you next entered your luirifpna rF nnrwi tn Iiao, nn inow retiredi ror inerureor AaraoMa aVebiririr. isuown riii;jiic'.r. ro. and tho xireu enure Iiaai roar Maul If you want to bo a real good Chris- aatlaraiclloujeara.all no lar uiej uara tiieui, and t f.oef .rfaiiriaa.1, lodgment with us. Tl, party wbo tiara imiujiii to home, you would feel so happy?" cannot find ItaltliiKiif, Mil. U iUlu eealed auvalopeVea. DrunUla cau All id they voto for him. "Cov tian you must practico on Monday if tollable tn aell a ureal manr more tlile 111 ajll kttt r nn MayW hv H rMIMinj eict Clarence assented. Hash and jar may come for wo nro ington Commonwealth. AdJreia OR. WARD & CO., Uulalaat, Ma. aeaaon thau aor oftae lireiloua jreare. Truitln ono or two of tho things that you say jou will be al le to DM all orileraproini.il jr, I aiu, "Hut," continued Air. Wardlo, you human, you know but the heart will a wa BEWARE OF IMITATIONC. jiiiiiolaiiiaiiki, ..mrjuiao. fTousviw fear that thcro will bo a gloom in your not be called to entertain it. A. F. Brackman, the Nebraska!), "Amen" to on Sunday. Tho Ijfajette. IdJ with many church members is I2SJ, A GRAND O0KBIVATI0N. who proposed ruarraigo to a couplo of home when you return?" 1332, ami aelllng kteT ft Uimtliciikn; webaTebteu wing Ht4'cC,l lklMai, tails a4 Tkxas Love. Love in Texas is chambermaids at tho Planters House that thoy get wound up ut tho prayer jour work In Clarke county fur the toat lour The young man bowed his head as awi JJrrartU UrUiM, livMrrliirM, much like love elsewhere, very like- in St. Louis, was aocentcd by tho sec- meeting, hut run down as rapidly ns yeari wllhthe beat aallarattloil to ouraelrea andrvMiaata he replied iu the affirmative. KHkUM nuniaaaia tlaMl, Your tutglci are unlreraallr ac- Semi-Weekeualoiner. Interior Journal ly, but no two younir neonle ever act ond a watch with a broken mainspring knowloJeu br our cualoiutra to be the Terr beet "Because," the merchant added. after the first had declined, shower lUelar, ,Im.M iirlca that can be bought In tbe tvunlrjr. ed as a couplo did at the town of Mar ed costly (rne..ae,Ha trMlalhalaajau.!.. m4 Ik.lr aeJavM-tho moment they touch tho solid busi fur tbe Uomblnitlou t.rlng Ilug(r laprouounrea Ami the Loularille Iii.k.i withlaUouch of paternal sternness in presents to the bride-elect- , Your Ad Jr..., nil. Itl'iTN. l I. Hlh kL. H. U.U, br all to be tbe flneat. aoflrel, aud uailcet rlOlnir his tm$! oro resolved to carry it shall in that btate a few days ago. and was married to her at the hotel ness of lite. KarAIIUxlIKU OVl.lt TlllltVY r tUlta. bunty now iu uae. Your llrewelrr vafou AVcckly Courier - Journal I ho young man picked up a pebblo by a justice of the peace at mldnisbt ' rival. TaMiif all In therSSI UARRI9 DCUrnv nn kT. Lorm" Peiieitcolu roiniees to bo tho fut uro la trrtalnlr without a your buaUlea cannot all be we fearUeelr ear tbtt and playfully threw it at his sweeheart. on the second day of tho courting, has aia.ma.ui uUal AlUaULai. One jeur lur 8:i. paKia fur llllla wore. ciarenco jookeu up in surprise. seaport Ibe country for aljle, llulth.aiKl i'aaSfaBal MX tlaku ..a a.u The pebblo struck the girl on the fin- just died in an insano asylum in St. ciglity-nin- of tho South. During May beaten InYoura truly, tuau tneinceurone. eaa raOF.HARBIS' PA3 TtUE AUKDl "1-- 51 cirTy it?" veisols, with mi uggegato TkhiamtI Moau. """a aaa a0 - kl , I "" V 4 faj.la.l baUI. lly iwylnj ua l M you will receive fur on year "yes; you have ono burden iu your ger where the youth had just put an Louis. There's always a heap of pro- touiiugo of G8.11G tons, entered tho HprlntfltM, Olilo. your Lome l. er wlih the Ilia engagement ring, and the blow hurt gress in that town. heart, and you mean to carry it home. port, and ninety fivo veesels, with nn (JxMTLatUKM: I bare baj Iu llrerr now for reireaentaU(anewaairr of tha N ulh, and the Til a4 beet, brUhlealand ableat lauilly Weekly in the "" I UaallaarUi.u la la ae. orer two jeara, anJ bare not awut a Uollar fur Itemember, my boy, I have been thcro like everything. Getting angry about ' ' ."aanaaeaaaea Maltl.lL uggreguto of 05,010 tons, cleared. v ou Ibeui, anJ they look nearly aa uo.l aa fulled clalee. 'lboHti who tlcalre to cxauiluea A St. Louis made u seusa-tioa aau)iler..iy ot Ibe lourler Journal lan do au at and I.know all about it. I have been it tho sweetheart "hurled the pebble new. Hare lia.l bu(glea of aureral other .':.1."."'".'.""'.re.'f: in ono ot the churches iu that city Mr. It. II. Iirucu, of Cleveland, ().f writea: auit Aud noue ao Rood aa the Coluuibua thlaoiBce vcryiYoolish in my lifetime and I have uuck at nun, icuocKiug out one ot his .l w. ,"'la M.I N '" ""-front teeth.'' Iuviowofthe fact that by walking up the aisle to the imlmt "I felt Kcnerullr unwell. Not ileeirini; to 1'Ui.vr Coiul'anr'a bumilaa. Itueiieelfully, T. K. llaoaumK. luucrea until l discovered my lolly, Ket into the oliitoliea of aouie rapaoluil A mmhlnallon of Pro, and then I resolved that I would suf there will be uo wedding it is safe to during the service, mounting tho steps Uuvlor, I ittepiitxl into a drui; store ami in- - Cooyera, Ueorgla. I taxi if uf 1 run , 1 rtci it of tho platform in front of tho pulpit, uiroil II lliey I hare Oxntlkmicm: fer uo more. . nnuounco "uo cards." Upon looking tho mat-hail a remedy that would aianuraciure uareTliebwauilea enure bad of your Hiiauiuou. and trying to cat tho green fringe ou re sur tlilui; ami ertrr thing. The clerk ieu ma iu iHtliilaU funn. Ihn ler iquareiy ana uonestly in tho race I Tbey arelhe lieet I liareerer uaej fur the aauie I' or the girls: If a youug man truly until prrtHiriitlau of Iruu which iiuug irom tnu pulpit cushion. iiroiuiillv liamleil me a bottle of Urown'a amount of money. Youre truly, found the burdens which had so galled loves you, ho will 1). CuLLINf, Llreryinin. ( that will not blurkrn tlm always ba some Tho sexton and deacons succeeded nf-t- Iron Dittere. I taiJ, 'I it km1 tot trrth.tu tliuriitlrrUtlfuf me MUaourl. Of course such bur- what embarrassed whon with you. Jlln, ttthrr Iruit lirrimrntltiHM. He replied, 'Tliere U iiatliini; If much difficulty in driving tho mil-mn in dens etui be thrown oil. Now, you a youug man is not interested iu Ml lit twnlv-U- ill S 1aMulucl ,i in. liiv uuu. li. ii i .i. us lur i.rtuuie and Iu au i. iluiici.f with tbe Utter' 1 wid, .M urine ien't juat the (JKNTLHUKN: I hare laaIu osunatteal for DfUien ma luor. you lu.,i ln;nt,uui tlut in, lUlitm'a " 'It. .1. Il I I I (U out of tho sanctuary into the ri:lit oolor, I cue buapilea tlealltuj i if N,.r. 3 I'n. Iran ii. liinalu have resolved to go homo to dinner at first sight, the chances Ill'.X llyeiiriiala, aud au lui. uir kiilnvrn are out of nianulaclureofaul Ouee not look Ilia iiwel factory . .,irl hi'li..n mi ni.f are five to street. yaara. ll Your Ilili iit't r irrm.uv ar In u.y ltaU' .. luaut. aoiuu wuu.b rruicura. with u heavy heart and dark face. one against order.' Mutt the thinir,' wid he, 'for kid- work, but la work t aMatlut ha - m I ii i ru. late luMtd Ihla ereal and luuoiunu utLl ii In . ewoothly IWiMiwl in woul, Iron you. If a fellow continues t,'.).' rt tut lv I it. ni" li iu Jin I. rt utti waLjr in.ii uiu. njiaran u iuaie in Ma t. am h a nuniiouud ney disorder; you will find it atrenjjllieiii iwluUntf ainl IriiaJiuIuaC. Mlterlal uae4 III the You havo uo hopes that your wife to glance i .ullu. lUl.rni aliu.i UM pr am a.M, nuuMU BAail .I,H, t iu iiit lira lire According to tho Ijondon Journal at you ho is interested in ivttU of (lie body, reirealilnu UMluiubua IIuihij Quiiiauy'a buglea baa ruvel Iu aau Avenue, aiu, i"ii M - N v rbili wHroeot'OU with, a smile. And you; If ho hastily averts his gare when Mental Ikitmcc, pconlo who tnko iiiiui all the mental fateultlea.' ami very the thhij; 1 b of the boat, 'lliey ruu tight, flreryonelu IlfjIrHMCHTartatTtiVToiMTy tu 'Juit wIm bare bought your lwleaare tbb eauulr why?llccausoyou know that she hat you catch his eyo, tho chances are ovoriloscs of alcohol daily, Inuullloioiit want,' thought I, and It nulled uir aiaitfirif Aaaf'iiif iiaul wll4aaattli I lie ulvellie beat otaattefMltau. Aa .ealra. orytiHM nmll Vouta truly. !iOjparJc,ular cause for imllini;. You that he is a geiitleman; but, irtaiely. 1L K. WatT. if Instead, to protluco intoxic4tioii, uro muro lia- Iu 'uuroulU, uim! 1 never1 before believed Win heeler, lHa. know that her heart is burdened with he smiles It aaoiffavirafa tu ilrnrruit make Urowu'i iiiw ble to serious diseased conditions tliau at you, you may know that Jhtlltlu, ! uf l.i.f- Iruu lllllsri the only eieeptlen, fir I re-iilllictlon which fives you so much he is i.f I Itiill t(, I'ruttrtitluitmaAfla, ' those who from timq to tlmo indulgo only a "niather." (The lialteru It will relieve any dlaettee that lnrrr4 unit unrest. And you are fully assured iu great excels. human ileeh U heir to." MANUFACTURED BY THE DR. HARTEfJ MEDICINE Dealer for Lincoln and Garrard Ooi. CO.. 211 N, MAIN 81 .,81. LOUIS. StniT-S3ttfM- ji that you 3nfmor3onrn.il shrouded in aro to gloom; Einnati, NewOrleans I - Ttiiavtim court-piaste- ti ii I N n- ri - y j'aaafcH'l-M'V-wLri-- ffJrKdW $?. fr . I' luiu-Hew- an-- . na-tu- r' . .i , !. ri; . . . . . ' i GOLD MEDAL CM 11 dog-figh- t. .III : . . . Post-offic- . . Urm-,(lrUtn- 11 u $200. .....I . J ffOSTETT ?RS . h g, WASHINGTON! .. .It warm-bloode- SOLID TRAINS, ........ ,.... ... d liar-rodsbu- 8ITTEBS Ttffc V book-keep- 1 - true-hearte- MI I IB !, Vli-Kliii- u II MY "" liiv-k- PILLS . 1 'I uEllTHff IRON mmM IKTHE B332 a TORPID LIVER. 'r Apf-eft- t A 11 i . BITTERS swer-honest- ly: T' TOtT'S HAiRDYL ' i iit winIE! able-baJura-blllt- y. Tf v 'Bfo m FREE! Trie- v. . difli-cult- j mm ly 'ou ai.l .10-t- wo ""'"" U I o Courier-Journa- ho-go- a, i ,js. - Vr-- u I . .. J 1 1 . i com-nUI- Ir