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Semi-weekly interior journal: June 23, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882062301_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 23, 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. V i i X.-NUM- Sftit BBR VOLUME 510. Htli Germany and Russia aro both pushing forward experiments iu flying machines for uso in war nnd otherwise. It appears that tho direction in which theso aro working is tho only ono likely to ho successful. Inteltof ImHiiL 23, 1882. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE Aphorisms. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 54. W. T. P. R. WALTON, WALTOH, Editor and Proprietor Outineti Manager I'lililtuhril v a HU.no a TiirixlHU unit J'rhtitWt IJ2Il ANNUM. While Nursing the Sick. Self-Ca- n i L To t!ioo who nro called upon to n u no tho lick tlirouch a long nml IIImcm, it is of tho utmoU Impor Unco, not only to themselves, hut to their patient, tlint their own health iliould 1m jircscrvocl 'nml their own strength maintained, notonly throulj-ou- t tho critical itagc, hut during tho period of convalescence oftcntiinca so tediously prolonged. To all such wo submit tho following timplo precautions, to aid them in preserving their own health while attending tho sick. If tho malady of tho patient he such as to cntiso tiny marked odor ol tho hrcnth or notlccahlo exhalations from tho skin, tuko enro nlwnys to sit on that ajuVof tho sick person which is opposite to or away from tho dircc tlon which tho cllluvm tako toward tho windows or draft of n flro plnco. Kit so that their breath, etc., h carried nway from you. Do not lit too close to them, or tako their breath if you can avoid it. To keep ono'a own strength in n coso of prolonged care, and particularly if obliged to sit up all night for many nighU in succession, great benefit will le derived from taking a warm bath early iu tho morning, and putting on fresh .Undergarments ovcry second morning; or, if tho disease bo particularly infectious in its nature, it is best to chango tho under clothing every morning. It will bo found that tho warm bath, followed by brisk rubbing of tho wliolo body with a coarso Turkish towel or flesh brush, will refresh tho wearied body almost as much as sleep. At tho samo timo keep up, the nppetilo and strength by small doses of quinine, two to fivo grains threo times a day, nml nourishing diet, with, perhaps, n littlo wine Christian nml water occasionally. Union. flow Indians form. A gentleman just up from Standing Hock Agency, iu nnswer toau inquiry as to how tho reds wcro progressing in tho peaceful ways of grangenng, mini- cd and said thoir manner was odd. Every year they seem to knuw leas about how to farm. This is attributed to tho fact that they nro learning tho ways of tho whites too rapidly. They begin to understand that as soon as titer can grow cropj their rations will bo cut off, ami henco their grow ing ignorauco of agriculture It they Is it Criminal to Steal a Degt Whether it is larceny to steal n dog is n question which lias divided tho (Jourt of Anneals in an oninion re ported in tho eighty sixth volumo of New York J(opoMn just published. lty tho Revised .Statutes of this Stato tho theft of "personal property" of tho vnluo of twenty fivo dollars or under is declared to bo petit larceny, and tho Kint raised was whether n dog is procrty. jjy tlio ancient common law dogs wcro not recognized as property, and henco stealing them was not criminal. Hut by a refined distinction of that law, whilo it was not nn oflenso to steal a dog, it was n crimo to steal a dog skin, nnd whilo tho law givers of thoso days thought it "not fit that a icrson should ilio for a dog" thoy deemed death tho just punishment of a hawk thief. Tho reason given for this exclusion of dogs from tho category of personal property was "tho baseness of their naturo" nnd tho fact that they wcro "kept for tho mero whim nnd pleasuro of their owners." With theto views tho (Jourtof Appeals has no sympathy. "When,'' says tho fling Machines for War Uses. r It ignoros tho Court, with npnthos worthy of Mr. licrgh, "wo call to mind tho small spaniel that saved tho life of William of Orango nnd thus probably changed tho current of modern history, nnd tho faithful Ht. Hernnnls, which, after n storm has swept over tho crests nnd sides of tho Alps, start out in search of lost travelers, tho claim that tho naturo of a dog is essentially baso nnd that lib should bo left n prey to overy vagabond who chooses to steal him will not now receive ready assent." Tho Courtaccordingly held that tho common law rulo as to dogs is not tho law of this Slato as declared by tho Legislature, and thnt a dog is property which it is larceny to 8tc.iT. I'rotn this opinion Chief Judgo Folgcr disicnted. N. V. Herald. A ridiculous inflated gas-baand floats a gigontio derelict at the mercy of every current of air, a hugo mark for tho first gunner who can hit nnd bring it to tho ground. Hiumgarten, in Germany, nnd Harnnovski, in Russia, adopt tho principlo of tho inclined piano pressed ngninst tho air, and thus capnblo of making somo attempt at least to regulate its own course. In tho kito tho forco that prcsjoj tho inclined piano is tho hand of tho Iwy acting through tho string. In tho sail of tho boat tho rcsistanco of the wnter to sidelong motion keeps tho sail pressed against the wind. Iu flying machines tho prcssuro is given by an cogino carried by tho mnchino and nctiug by means of fans of one sort or tho other. Tho difficulty at present is the weight of cngino aud fuel; but with tho dovelopmcnt of electrical practical knowlodgo wo may fairly expect to see accumulators which will supply tho maximum of power with tho minimum of weight. Then tho problem of flying in etijl air will be solved. Whether wo shall over be nhlo to ride tho storm is nnothcr matPall Mall Gazette. ter. Rosonsibiliy educates. WALLACE J5.VAKHON. T.W.VinNON. Death is a panacea for nil evils. T. W.A W. K. VAHNON, Prosperity makes few real friends. A'i'ToitrviJVH asv TjA."v. Devotion is tho last lovo of woman. STANKOnU, KY. Tho breaking of a heart leaves no Office In Owilcr .1 Son's n building op ittlti scar. H. O. KAUl'FM AN. Wo nro nover bo happy or unhappy ATTOllNiaV A.T r,A."v, I.ANCA8TKR, KY. as wo fancy. County At torn T. Will Jealousy is honiago thnt inferiority Mulrr Commissioner andof (larrard and aJJolnlnf pracllccln all Ilia Courts counties and In tht Court of Appeals. to merit. pays Fortuno does not chango men; it THOMAB 1. HILL, Jit.. unmasks them. rA."w; 8TANHIIID, KY. Grief counts tho seconds; happiness Will practice In the Courta ol thla and adjoining forgets tho hours. bee In Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Faints, Oils, eountiMaiui mine lauri or Appeaia. Hotter a man with paradoxes than Uil7 A Mon'a new bulldlnc op atalra, Toilet it tut I'aiirv Art trim, Mlnokn, Stntlonrru, Tabnrro mirf Vlgnm, IVInet, a man with prejudices. ALEX. ANDEHHON, tlqiior,AT. Vhuntrlnn l'rrnrrliittmym itmt i'lutv Women nro too imaginative and titurr it tlmt 1'reimrnttoiiH a ATTOKNBY A.T UA.AV, sensitivo to havo much logic. Hpeclnltu, DANVILLE, KY., Revenge, though sweet at first, is bitpractice In tho Courts of llojle sod adjoining Will ter cro long back on itself recoils. countleeand In tbe Court of Apptala. Of all tho riches that wo hug, of all MA8TKH80N PEYTON, tho pleasuro wo enjoy, wo can carry no jIXD KIiyiHUKVOR CHUT COUNTY, moroout of this world than out of a LII1KKTY, KY. dream. Will practice In all the Courta of Cat? and adjoining counties, and In the Court of Appeals. Tho road to success is not to lw run Hpcrlal attention glren to collections. Office orer Tli In Now Mill, containing (lie intent anil boots. Step 11. T. IMerce'a store. upon by by step, littlo by littlo, bit by hit-- that DR. J. O. OAKPENTEH, is the way to wealth, wisdom and M'ROBERTS&STAGG OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, .STANFOIU), ICY., a.t DRUGGISTS fli PHARMAGEUTISTS, a.t tovcn-lcaguc- B'ory- - STANFORD, Peter Cooper's Air Cushion. Peter Cooper always carries a rubber air cushion, which ho blows up and places in u chair or street car, beforo sitting down. Tho other day in a Third Avenue car, ho was seated on his air cushion, wheu a well dressed lady sat down beside him. She had a CMury Plants Read to Bloom. Quito n number of century plants, largo pin to fasten up her dress on the in various portions of tho State of sido and as she sat down the pin struck California, nro throwing up stalks pre- Peter's aircushion, and tho air began Ono upon a to cscapo with hissing sound. Tho paratory to blooming. ranch in Sonoma valley, on tho West stream of air struck the lady on tho , side, near the grow six feet sido of the, ns it were, tho well, in eight days, or threo eighths of an whero would it naturally strike a perinch per hour, which is n fair samplo son, it not on tho elbow? She looked foot-hills- Office otcr RoM. H. Ljtle's atore. Office hours from 7 to 9 A. M ) 12 to 1 r. M.j 7 to 9 r. u. For innntifachirlng meal iind Hour, Ih now In full operation. Wo will grind Tor ciimIoiiici-h- , Tor (lie prcuciil, on TncHiIny, ThitrMlay, Friday and NudmlHy oCcucli week, ami on Cour(-l)ayIiEE F. HUFFMAN, and all other public daytt. Wc hoIIcK a. liberal nharc HUMCKON DENTIWT, of patronage and will endeavor (o give cndreHatNfiicdon. STANFORD, KY. Wed-ncwlay, H KENTUCKY MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY Offlce rure Nitrous Oxide (las administered when quired. the Myers Hotel, South aide Main Street, two doors aboie re- Flour, Moal, Corn, Bran. Shipstuff, fcc., AI wajH It. C. MOUOAN, D. D. 8. Will be In Stanford two veeis of each month, from Aral Monday. Dental rooms In St. Aaapb Hotel, otcr McA'later A Brlght's. tSeeiltn.) AlLancaater two weeks of each month Iroin third Monday Dental rooms In Mason House. See sign Pure nitrous oxld gase administered . whennecessarj-46 SWfmJ DENTIST, on hand and for mile. IliglicNl ciihIi price paid Tor Corn, Wheat, Ac. Order left at .11111 promptly ndended (o. McAlilSTJBIfi & SAJ,MJE. S iTfJafc, tf of the rapidity of opment" flower-ste- devel- Remarkable Gas Well. h" ara given a bushel of beans to plant, of tho nmouul they will eat and tho one tenth ami plant will bo dumped in threo or four holes in tho ground. List Spring they were given fivo bushels of onion seeds, They couldn't cat them, and conso-(jueutly planted (no en tiro tivo imiliols on a piece of ground fifty by ono hundred feet. They wcro too lazy to prepare a larger putch; besides it would have been contrary to their policy of maintaining the ration system. When tho onions camo up it wasacunoup sight to see tho young stinkers crowd each other. The wholodry, naked surface otvtho ground was raised up on top of tho sprouting plants. It is our informant's opinion that tho present generation of Injuns will not make HUmarck Trisuccessful grangers. bune. uiuc-tcuths ono-tcnt1 Tho well finished iu April last by the Niagara Oil Company, in Wash ington county, l'a.,is ono of tho greatest gosscrs of modern drilling days. Tho sands found wcro not regular, nor ns was expected, did they appear to bo oil bearing. After a six months' etrugdo with the drill, a depth of 2,200'fect wns reached, when nvein of ga was struck which throw ' tho tools clear out of tho hole, and mom than fifty feet nbovo tho top of the derrick. The strength of the gas can bo imagined when it is known that tho tools wcigli about 800 pounds. All work was then out of tho question, as tho gas made such a roaring j uoiso that tho drillers had to go away from tho well fully .'100 yards beforo being able to make themselves understood. Tho company havo expended already mora than $'20,000. and have nothing to show for their money hut leases of 00,000 acres of land and tho great gas blower. Tho well is eight miles north of Washington, l'u., in Mt. Pleasant Township. It is just twenty-twmiles from l'ittsburg, and may he utilized by tho latter city in caso the supply does not becomo ex Petroleum Ago. hausted soou. ' , in theso interesting plants. At Pctalumn two plants aro about to bloom, and will be in their prime next week. A mammoth century plant, which has been for years on a farm iu tho San Gabriel valley, will blossom soon. Tho plant spreads over feet iu circuma circlo of forty-eigh- t ference. Tho flower stem is expected to becomo forty or more feet high lo fore it completes its growth. At a large century plant is now thrusting up its flower-stem- . Eight or ten other cases nro reported in other parts of tho State. Tho Agave Americana, or century plant, will, in California, bloom in eight or ten years o nt Mr. Cooper, nnd he began to sink down, and look as though the Greenback returns wero coming in, and then the woman stopped the car and yelled for n policeman, claiming thnt the old man had stabbed her. Both wero taken to a police station, when, it being found that sho was not wounded, Peter was allowed to go and Peck's have his cushion mended. Sun. TO THE PUMilC. IIiiTcJiiHt received miitef<feM 'j and will Keep cons(au(Iy on hand a fresh line or (he choiccHt I desire to announce to the people of Stanford and Tlclnltr that I hare purchased the Grocery and Hardware atock ol Hale & Nunntlley, and will continue the.businesa at the aanie stand. Their old clerk, Mr. E. T. Rochester, will lie with me and wishes to bate Ms friends to remember him aa usual. Trusting bjr low prices and fair dealing to retain all the old patrons of the store,; and win a great inanjr more, I am, rrtpectfullj, Groceries,Confectioneries, A.nsraD FAMILYor which (hey will -- All Soli at tho Very Lowest Possible Margin. They arc also agcii(H Tor the Hale of MaKliigly'H superior Woolen Goods and Yarns. Young Married Couples. Thousands and tens of thousands couples are just going to housekeeping lor tho first timo. To them life lias a different nqect from what it has ever worn before. It is a pleasant aspect. Tho novelty is agreeable. Without being puffed up, a feeling of scrioasuess and of increased importanco as of having a mora substantial placo in tho community is Hut tho mark naturally nwakonod. cd and overruling sentiment is tho delight of having a now homo nil to themselves, nil their own. Tho differ euco to young couples between having n home of their own nnd living in a boarding houso is tho difference, nt least prospectively, botween hnppiness and misery. A. woman who has once become thoroughly addicted to the habits of idle, listless', cossipiui: boarding-houslito is in n great ineas-ro unfitted for managing n separate, independent homo. Sho cannot man-ag- o it so well, and docs not enjoy it bo much ns sho otherwiso would. Wo would earnestly ndvisonll young married couples, if thoy wish to bo permanently happy, to shun boarding, houses, and have n homo such as thoy can get of their own of young married u Dr. Tul mage is certainly a very remarkable man, nnd wheu ho gets into a frenzy ho can make religion more repulsivo than any other preacher of whom wo havo heard. Still nu old itiuerant of Virginia delivered a sermon fifty years ago which, as n model of u certain sort, not oven Talmago can improvo upon. It was on tho text, 'Though after my skin worms destroy this body, yot in my flesh shall 1 8co God," ami ha divided his discoursq into threo parts, thus First, thu worms; second, what tho worms done; and third, what tho man bccu N.Y.Herald. after ho was eaten up. "Souio men leavo enduring footprints in tho history of their time," and somo leave unpaid bills in the bauds of their friends. niter being planted. desir mako an intoxicating drink, pulque, trothed to the young lady, and, f lhoox.lent tho sap, nnd its manufacture is in8' E'vVonw, Ukl.en from said to be very- - pfofi table. From tho to nay tho funeral expenses. After fiber is obtained. leaves a heinp-hkmuch persuasion, tho undertaker was Every established local newspaper induced to make out his bill, and the receives subscriptions from large cit- young man, saying that ho would reies, which puzzlothe publishers, but turn in a few moments with a check. which tho New York Times lately No check was received, and the unas follows: "A .wholesalo dertaker some time afterward ascermerchant in this city, who had become tained that tho swindler had called on rich at the busine.-w- , says his rule is, the father of the deceased and collectthat wheu ho sells a bill ot goodB on ed the amount. , , credit, to immediately subscribe for It is said that tho German wife docs tho local paper of his debtor. So of a long as his customer advertised liber- not occupy tho proud position ally and vigorously, ho rested, but as woman under the samo circumstances sho is the pet of Cossip and Cunotit. soon as he began to contract his adver- in America. Hero What is goseip but the patent sign tising space, ho took the fact as evi- her husband's riches or poverty, whilo of vulgarity in heart and mi ml? In- dence that th.'ro was trouble ahead, there she at once becomes the man's tellect that never rises beyond tho small and invariably went for tho debtor. ' servant. "Do you lovo me, Gretch-e- u ?" said n burly Teuton to the maidmean lacts of personal history, fluidity Said ho: "Tho mau who is too poor which cannot keep to itself what has to mako his business known is too poor en of his choice "I do," was the been told even in confidence, and that to do business." The withdrawal of mock reply. "And will you bo my goes about swelliug mole-hillinto an advertisement is ovidence of weak- wife?" "1 will." "Then, my darmountains, can claim ho respect, make ness that business men nro not slow to ling, como here nnd pull off ray boots," and the proper relationship out no caso for itself against tho do- act upon. between husband and wife was at once m er eo ot gross, vile, stupid vulgarity, A close observer claims to havodis established. recorded against it. It is thoroughly vulgar as is curiosity; mid between proved tho story about an owl wring"Tho very essenco of a freo governprying into things with which wo havo ing its head off by looking at a man ment," declared John 0. Calhoun, He who was walking around it. uo concern, and retailing gossip which "consists in considering offices as pubis no business of ours to handle at all, writes that ho placed an owl on a post lic trusts, to bo bestowed for tho good there is not a hair's breadth to choose. and began to walk rapidly nround it. of tho country, and not for tho benefit Each is equally tho sign of utter and Tho lnrgo round eyes followed him of ail individual or a party; and that cutiro vulgarity; and if ono is tho through three circles, nnd ho began system of political morals which bull's oyo the other is tho gold. Hut tn wonder why the head did u't drop offices to be used and enjoyed as both nre faults to bo found growing oir, when ho discovered that tho neck their proper spoils strikes a fatal blow motion which, when had a ns rank as weeds by tho wayside, and at tho very vitals of free institutions." e wm it would not bo hard to count upon one's tho head had been turned half way d Now that it is settled that Dr. fingers, among our largest circle of around, whisked it back through tho will not bo a candidate for acquaintance, thoso who nro absolutely circle, aud brought the gaze again freo from the vice of gossip and tho upon him with such precision aud so Governor, Judgo Owsley will virtualquickly that the movemeut had three ly have a walk-ove- r for tho nominaTim Queen. vulgarity of curiosity times escaped his notice. tion, aud n better man for tho position The Northern l'ucifio Railroad was Catlettsburg The longest line of feuco in the could not bo selected. originally granted 67,920,000 ncres Democrat. conditionally. Of this enormous area world will be tho wire feuco extendTho largest island in tho world, ing from tho Indian Territory West, 27,800,000 acres have been earned to contract. Their valuo is across tho lexas rauliaudle, and thir which is also regarded as a continent, in set dowunt SIS!), enough to ty livo miles into New Mexico. Wo is Australia. It is 2,500 miles miles of leugth from Kast to West, and raeas are informed that eighty-fivbuild tho antiro road and leavo a surmiles from North toSouth. plus of $33,000,000. An eflort is g this feuco is already uuder coutract. ures 1,040 miles. tnado to raako tho Company for- Its course will bo iu tho lino ot tho Its area is 5,984,287 square Canadiau river, aud its purposo is to feit tho difference between tho amount Full many nu acho of soreness, ot laud earned and tho amount orig- stop tho drift of tho Northern cattlo. deep and keen, the wakings of a bold nnd splendid enterprise and inally granted, hut the eflort will It is a night's carousal bear; full mauy a indoubtless prove a failure. The stake will pay a largo per ceutago on the hath been, vestment. Tho fence will bo over 200 man, who with "tho boys" is too largo to ho suffered to bo lost. feels in tho morn his wifo's hands in miles long. " his hair. The Ro vrDrTTiartzelir of New A paper laid beforo tho Hiological Orleans, was discussing tho union of Thero is annually manufactured on tho Northern and Southern branches Society of Pari?, tells us, from a scien- tho Mississippi and its tributaries tific point of view, what it is to bo of tho Methodist Church with a brothabout 1,500,000,000 feet of white pine er clergyman belouging to tho latter "dead drunk." It seems that this lumber, with its proportionate accomMetho condition exists wheu tho vital fluid brauch, who iusistou that tho paniment of shinglesjoths and pickets. 1 ot alcodist Church South was tho original of presents tho proportion of hol to 105 of blood. It is at this stago A Washington horse trainer asserts tlint denomination in Amorica. that most drunkards ceaso drinking, that horses havo memory, judgment. "Well," roplied Dr. Ilnrtzell, "I to tho Methodist Church of God, or we should have moro deaths from reasoning faculty nnd sense of duty. and if you want to call yours tho alcoholism; for when tho inebriate That's whero the horse differs from 1UU tho averago Ohio editor. Methodist Church South of UodI have continues to drink until each parts of blood contains 1 part of al no objection." cohol, death invariably ensues. It is stated that the streets and pub Chan. Dudloy Warnor remarks : lio places of Pur is are lighted with I No; certainly not editors nover 45,815 gas burners, G3 electric lamps, "Although thero aro scattered thro tho land many persons, I am sorry to need money. Send iu a string of 05 vegetable oil lamps, and 203 minsay, unaTjlo topuy for a newspaper, I dried apples once in a whilo with a eral oil lamps. have nover heard of auybody unable few instructions about running the Cover your cucumber bods with paper, and thoy will bo as contented to edit oiio." concrete. It may kill tho vines, but and happy as a bell bug in a Captain Tom Henry, of Union Prlutcrs Journal. that is tho only sure way of destroying county, wants it distinctly understood the striped bug. that he it not the Captain Tom HenOf a miserly mau somebody wrote: Si ry who has gained such an unenviable "His head gavo way, but his baud Ou tho 30th of Juno Guitcau will notoriety in tho last three months. never did. Ills brain bofloned, but adopt the only platform that a Stal. Post. Yeoman. his heart couldn't." wart should stand upon. o s m k Stan-difore be-lug bridal-chamber. A New York undertaker, who had been employed by a wealthy family to bury their only daughter, was recently swindled in a novel manner. He was called upon a few days after the young interment by a The Mexicans man. who professed to have been be u w. Stanford, Junel, 1SS2. t. anEEN. Excelsior Art Rooms FURNITURE EDWARD H. ut JFOX, Propr., & UNDERTAKING B"5rT ! North-C- Corner of Main and Third Streets, DANVILLE, - - KENTUCKY Haying recently refitted inj rooms with all of the modern Improremenu, I now bare the Finest (iallcry iu Central Kentucky! When you visit DsnTllle, don't 111 to call and aee Kespectfullf, me. 4C1-- Photographer Ky. Geological Surrey EIHVAIUt II. FOX, CRAB ORCHARD Stanford, Ky. I have bought out my brother, II. II. Wcaren. and will ebntinuo the Furniture and Undertaking business at the same stand, in the St. Asaph Hotel building. I will keei) a full stock of Furnituro of every description and sell at ilgurcs that cannot bo beaten. My stock of Collins and Caskets will be compre- Main Street, B. K. WEAREN, hensive. repair Furniture and do carpenter's job work. (Orders by telegraph promptly attended to.) Shrouds and Itobcs always on hand. I also B. K. WEAKEN. WILL BE OPENED! -- To Its old friends and to the public on W8 -J- &3.-A-S It BIfiSISB THE 15th DAY OF JUNE -- TTjHLjE- - FOR Till ! SEASON Ol1 1SS2 -- UNDKK Milt MAYFILLD AN- - Water Elevator. Eutirely New Management. den. Jas. F. Eobinion, of Lexington, Destroys All Water Insects; Draws Fresh Water from Bottom of Cistern; Has No Tubing and Does Not Freeze. Foulest Cisterns Made Pure by This Elevator. Manager. The office in charge of Mess. John Fleet and 0. F. Moore. RATES OF BOARD Per liny Per Week Per Month (JJSdtiyn) : $2.50 11.00 15.00 CtUMHlEN AND NURSES HALF 1'ltICE. EVERY COMFORT AND LUXURY, Ice Included, will be supplied to guests, and they (reassured that la every requisite of a first-cla- ss Hotel the Management does not Intend to he aurpassed by any In America. OVER ONE HUNDEED Now in Uso in This County. l,ko W. CTO WKEK. -- O. WELCH. Trustee Ill a day at lioma casllr uaJe. v uusiij uuiui ire. Auurew iivit Co., J Kusta. Malue. 8 j CO S3 Try Ono, and If Not Satisfied, It Will Bo ken Back. ttf Ta- CO 3 HI iSt o o O M o o r-t-- Ui 01 W O c-- Q o o rji CD - ! - 0 0 w h 8 H 5- - o CO f-c- H e tn V3 w CO HI IT" vw Pj o g O Hi m E. U2 O 5p 4 H o w o & o " y Q -- fMNNMMHtofei ISalS , Si. .JL-- IJ g" Stmr-SS- tt f hljj Inlf rioroumaI ICY. Friday Morning, W.P. WILTON, - - Jhno 23, 1882 EDITOR Tun Louisvillo Commercial is in formed that whilo wo nro no especial advocato of iho Common Schools as in anngedin Kentucky andsevcral other States, wo have for years advocated a repeal of tho law discriminating between whites and blacks in a division of tho fund. Tho point that we tried to make in our last issuo was that it was exceedingly unfortunnto for tho colored pcoplo that in the faco of an effort to right matters, they should under tho leadership of a parcel of designing scamps, meet and adopt resolutions so harsh as to drive from their support thoso who would otherwise havo stood bv them. Not content with resolving to refuso to pay a tax that", riad already been repealed, they in effect demand that wo shall havo mixed schools, by "denouncing as and infacowardly, mous, the clauso of tho proposed law," providing that tho white and colored schools shall bo maintained separately. Tho idea of having his children educated along sido a negro is most repulsive to the average who will think if ono demand is granted the coloretl people, tho other will in time be given them. They had rather, and so had we, see the entire system abolished than that mixed schools should over be maintained in this State. Wo are for negro every right to which he is entitled by law and shall vote to aid him in that end, but when ho do mauds social equality, we draw tho line. An equal division of tbo school fund, they ought to have, and they shall havo, if we are to decide the matter, but the day will not come in this generation when white and colored children shall sit sido by side in a school-housDoea our esteemed contemporary advocato mixed schools? And does it think tho negroes acted wisely in demanding it? Ken-tuckia- n, giv-ingit- The counsel for a condemned murderer in Now York appealed hh case on tho ground that his client was the victim of an npjKstilo for drink, which amounted to a discaso that destroyed his and rendered him loyally irresponsible. A now trial was asked becauso tho Court bolow had refused to charge tho jury that tho ac cused was not responsible if tho crime had been committed when ho was laboring under such disease. Tho Court of Appeals very sensibly declined to recognizo drunkenness as an excuse for crime, holding that not even frenzy or mental alienntion caused by drink can exempt a person accused of murder from criminal responsibility. If a man voluntarily gets drunk and commits a crimo while in that condi. tion ho must answer tor the conse Of courso to quences of his acts. rulo otherwieo would bo a parody on administration of justice and the would amount to nothing more than a licenso for murder to that class who aro physically unablo to do such an act unless their courage is screwed up to tho sticking point with whisky. Instead of drunkenness being an oxcuso for crime, wo would be glad to seo it mado tho reason for the greater punishment of thoso who commit crime whilo in that condition. will-pow- The Proposed School Law. One of the most lingular features we hare ercr known to be embodied in any law, can be found by those having the curiosity to look, In the 4th section of the Common School Act to be voted on next August. Exactly what was intended by tho legislature will probably forever remain a mystery, unless the defunct Committee on Education, which ptrfectcd the bill, shall rise, report progress and solve the conundrum. The intelligent reader can afford to take one glance at this section, bo lucidly expressed that a Philadelphia lawyer would despair of (Incline more than one construction: Stcr 4. IlihalllMtliadulyor the Sheriff anJ other returning officen to nuke outs coaaxcr Lirr of the Tote required to Le taken under thii act; and It shall 1 the Jut'jr of County Judge to comand County Clerk of the leveral count! pare and certify said Hats of their respective. ceun-IleSaid County Clerk iliall cause the lamt to be we remarked that Mr.Barnes The Court of Appeals having disposed their cases, the Governor has et the havo just as well gotten the "dear brothers" of tho Penitentiary it possibly mean any thing beside the poll time for the hanging of Isaac Turner and to confess the devil as the Savior, the book? According to Webster, "a list is John Bush, the two Lexington colored properly a seriea of names, Ac., in a brief murderers, for Friday, July 23. Courier- - Journal has said "Bro. Barnes Jas. B. Doyle, the head of a band of form." Thus we hare a Civil list, which has secured 900 converts at Frank- embraces the civil officers of government, counterfeiters, was sentenced in the Federal fort, including somo 400 convicts, who including their names, such as Judges, Court at Chicago, Monday, to twelve years are always ready to confess any thing Governors, Ac , Ac; or an argument list, in the Chester (III.) Penitentiary. Doyle but the truth of the charges that havo containing a table of cases arranged and formerly stood highly in the estimation of the guod people of the windy city. been proved against them." And the set down for argument in a Court of JusThe Louisville and Nashville d tice; or a tax list, which contains the Newport Journal, "Tho other day is doing an immense freight business namea of persons and their property subBrother Barnes told tho prisoners in ject to taxation. This same list of votes, to Cincinnati, principally in vegetables the Frankfort Penitentiary that he this poll book, or by whatever name or and fruits. Eight thousand bushels of po had saved them all, and that he would synonym it may be designated, ahall be tatoes arrived by that line in one day this meet them in heaven. That Settles it. compared and certified by the County week. Fast trains are being run for this business alone. Brother Barnes can now kill his man Judge and County Clerk, and the County Gen. 'Win. B. Bate was nominated for Clerk shall cause the same, (thus readi the and get cleared on the plea of insanlaw) to be delivered to the Secretary of Governor by the Tennessee Democratic ity." We give these to show that we State within sixty days under penally of Convention Wednesday, on the fifth billot A resolution was adopted to pay no more Courier-Journaare not tho only one, who is skeptical one hundred dollars. 3 on the State debt. The State about the wholesale conversion of mur Is not this a wonderful progress in legis than A certain clerk in a Western vilderers, thieves and other criminals lation? Instead of requiring the County credit wing or the parly withdrew from lage recently mado the following comBoard of Examiners to certify to the Sec- the dishonest concern. andiwe respectfully call Bro. Barnes' Jay Hubbell has assessed the Repub- ment on Pocahontas. Said he: retary of State the result sf the election, attention to them. was a great man; Pocahontas as in all other cases of election Jield by lican members of Congress from $500 to man." "Hold was a Gait. John S. Wise who has re- law, the Clerk shall certify and forward to $1,000 each to run the campaign tills onl" cried his companion; "Pocahontas fall. He calculates on getting $200,000 cently beeu appointed U. S. District the Secretary the list of rotes, the poll books was a woman." "She was eh ?" said Attorney in Virginia, for the service of thevarious precincts In his county, and" from the officers of the Government, and a ho. "Well that's just my luck. How before he can ascertain little assessment on the national banks he rendered the traitor Alahoue, has then the Secretary, am I expected to know? I never the result in the entire State ahall care- will probably round the receipts from the read the Bible just been nominated by the readjustee fully go over and count up the votes of assessment machine to $2,000,000. On the 16th Juno, 181070 Vermont for Congress in bis cousin Ueorgo D. each ward, and each precinct in each of Bills to reduce the tax on distilled fanner was frozen to death in his Wise's district. He wasbadly defeat- the several counties. But the funny part pints on and after October, 1382, to fifty whero a heavy snow Btow had ed by Georgo at tho last election and is yet to be seen. The general law says cent a gallon, and on an after Julr 31. overtakcu him, nnd in the samo month tho probability is that his defeat next that the Clerk ia the custodian of the poll 1882, the tax on beer, ale and other fer tho only crop of corn saved in ono time will be more overwhelming than books, lie shalt keep, them among the mented liquors to eighty cents 'on the bar- neighborhood whh that of n farmer records of his office, and if he suffer? rel, and to repeal after January 1, 1882, whp built a fire around Ins field. ever. John is a bright young man, but other them to be removed he ia guilty of a mis all laws imposing a tax on manufactured since his renunciation ot tho good and A glovo is now oflered that contains demeanor in office and on indictment may tobacco, snuff, cigars and cigarettes have a pocket on the inside, whero a lady honest principles of the democracy, not only be fined but removed. So the been introduced in the House. and small change The House has passed a bill which di- can place a he is f not honoring tho memory of Clerk is between the devil and the Iron two works. If he sends the poll books to rects thai till July 1, 1881, the Secretarr thus saviug to every lady about his father, the of the of the Treasury shall exchange the trade hour's timo ordinarily lost overy day Frankfort he is fined, and if ho don't send State. while searching through tbo folds of them he is Gned. Some arch enemy of dollar of full weight, dollar for dollar, for Justice Bradley refused Guiteau's our good Presbyterian doctrine of The entire num- her dress for her pocket. n the dollar of the "Dads." o petition for a writ of habeas corpus and cultivator is has sought to satirue it in the ber of trade dollars coined is about thirty-si- x An ordinary millions. Of this number $27,000,000 worth to mankind many times more now tho assassin's only earthly hope doggerel lines: you skint, "Von shall and were exported, leaving about $9,000,000 to thnn a dozeu of theso cullies in the man that ho made Presi"You will aud you wont, be exchanged. It is to be hoped that the tivators who stand on tho sidewalk "You'll be ddir you do dent, and oven that is a forlorn one Senate will ratify tho bill and rid the and try to cultivate the acquantanco "And you'll becurwd of you don't." since Arthur duro not show the gratin country of a decided nuisance. Which horn of the dilemma the State of overy strange girl they seo. tude that must exist in his heart for will take whether he chooses to The Winchester people aro trying to Journal. him. The die therefore seems to bo be damned or cursed has not yet been de- get the Chesapeake and Ohio K. K. to run Sometimes a stranger appears iu tho Gui- - cided; and whether the County Clerk will sn excursion to Washington to give them Tabemaclo pulpit instead of Mr. Thai-rang- e cast and ono week from s and when he rises, teau will atone with his worthless! stand the fine for keeping public records In a chance to see Guitcau wiggle and squirm their office or fur sending them out,will not on the 30th. If successful the price for a of tho immenso audienco bolt for tho neck, tho bloody and causeless deed be decided until after August. One thing, round trip ticket will be $10. Speaking of door. Buffalo Courier. You can't committed just two days less than a however, ia certain that all this trouble, the hanging a Western man has written to catch a circus crowd with a sermon. year before its expiation. whether among Clerks or theologians, the authorities saying that he could sell a Kichmoud, Va., has loaned to the comes of folka tinkering with subjects they thousand tickets to the show at $1,000 The daily papers contain a dispatch know State Agricultural Society tho sum of each if he had them. A nothing about. Con$30,000, which relioves it of its emfrom Lexington, which shows up The 7th and next to tho concluding sec gressman announces that ono.of his constitis going ahead Commonwealth's Attorney Bronston tion ol this remarkable act, provides a uents has drawn a check for $500 in favor barrassment, and it with preparations for the rail iuir. in the role of a bawdy-housbelliger penalty for illegal voting. Suppose the of any charitable or public institution upon Remember this, that apples keep ent, for which bo was arrested and Grand Jury should receive information the receipt of a ticket of admission. It Is that some person, not a qualified voter, had aid that there are persons already in the hotter in damp, moist cellars, than iu watch-houstakes to tho and fiued. In tho latter they becorao dry ones. Thisjis an ugly story which Mr. voted for or against the Act and should see city who offer from $100 to $250 for a dry and shriveled; in tho former proper to investigate the charge, how ticket. Bronston should deny if ho can or ex- would they proceed ? They A correspondent writing to the Louis, plump and tuicy. can receive plain if lie cau not. North Georgia people want the none but legal evidence. So long as the ville JW In regard to Judge Hargls' politpoll books are in existence, they are the ical says; Indeed It Is gen Governor to appoint a day of thanks ALAnou number of leading special-ill- s best, and therefore the only, evidence of erally known here that Jud,o Hargis does giving for tho splendid crop of grain are about to petition the President whether the person charged cast a vole or little else. He goes to Louisville nearly thnt has been reaped in that section. to appoint a Board of Medical Com- not. The teitimony of the officers of the every baturuay, gives directions to his Each year 12,000,000 heads otcah-bag- o missioners to cxamlno into Guiteau's election is but secondary, and will not be henchman, and meet him where you will find sale in tho Philadelphia mar. mental condition. Wo trust, however, received. The only alternative will be to he talks of nothing and seejns tu think of kets, and 5,000,000 nro converted innothing but Kentucky politic. Though that.Chet will postpone action till af- send a sulyutna duea tecum to the Secretary the docket of the Court of Anneals Is to suuer kraut. of State at Frankfort and require his pres- clogged by 1,000 undecided cases, Judge ter the 30th of this month. Indians iiovcr drink to drown sorence with the poll booic, before the Grand IlarKis linos time to run to taxlnirtou to row. When tboy get any thing to oi Adjutant General Jury; and after the indictment is returned attend the sessions of a, convention, or to drink, thoy have no sorrow to drown. Louisville, or to almost 'any Nuckola for an indecent assault on the sums formula shall be gone through the State where his political other point in Interests seem A maidon wants to know how to is set for next Monday. when the case ooiue on for trill. The to demand his presvncef'Iu short, his lans costs of this proceeding will come off the bors on the bench appear to bear about avoid having a mustache como on her Of course it will be rich, rare and State, and whether the game will be worth the aamo relation to his activity In the upper lip. J3st onions, daughter. racytaudfiust the meat for the direction that the charge for bread the candle, we leave to the last legislature. other to A thermometer buried 1 niches in tho bore that for sac In the famous hill of and Police Gautte, It can scarcely be presumed that the leg- - 1'aUtaO". sand of South Africa will rise to 1C99. Since could delivered to tho Secretary or 8Ute within alxty daya after the day of aald election; and upon (allure of any one of them to do so he ahall be fined la the auni of 1100. Thus It appears, from the text of this section, that the Sheriff an'd other returning officers shall make out a correct list of the vote taken. The first querry ia, 'What is meant by a vote of the list taken? Can of Kitting Dogs. Wo fear tho nrticlo wo published in regard to girls who kiss dogs ha) been taken wrong, by some. Wo havo a delicately scented nolo not scented liko dog, howovcr from a Chicago girl, win U indignant. Sho says alio had rather kiss a dog any timo than n man. That is nil right. It is only a matter of taste. If tho man sho refers to smells liko n dog, nnd hns fleas, and his eyes run, and ho licks himself NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. The Queen of England started Tues instead of washing, wo don't blnmo her. day upon the year of her alleg- Of courso sho knows moro about him than wo do. Hut if a nice, clean man ed retgn. James F, Winn has retired from the should como her way, a man with tho who could Winchester Snn to go into a law partner modern improvements, kiss back which n dog can't, wo will hot ship with Judge Beckner. sho would drop her dog like a hot poA hill to retire revenue officers on tato and frcezo to tho man liko tho ivy good pay at C5 years of age was very proto tho oak, and sho would forget all perly killed in the House. about her dog. Try it once, sis, and The casuallly list of the terrible tor you will sell your dog to tho first nado in Iowa ia sixty-ninpersons killed butcher thnt comes along. 1'cck's. and five hundred wounded. Sun. A bill to limit the tenure of office of Georgo Washington's will is on file Internal Itcvcnue Collectors to four years in tho otlicc of tho Clerk of Fairfax was defeated in the House. Hitherto tho docNew York spent four millions of dol- County, Virginia ument hns been without protection, lars for musical and theatrical entertainand curious persons in handling it ments during the season recently closed. havo subjected it to a great deal of The appropriation for the National wear tear. Now, however, tho Bond of Health by the committee, is but will isand n glass in case, where it may bo $10,000, whereas $300,000 was the sum seen hut not touched, it is written wanted. on heavy unruled paper, alwut nnto At Sardis, MIm., early Wednesday size, and overy sido is covered. There morning, an armed mob took from the ail aro tweuty-sovepage, all of which Nathan Lacid, coloretl, charged with rape, have Washington's namo attached exand hanged him. which ended cept tho twenty-third- , Rowan county has instructed for Tho. "City of Washington," nnd it is supD. Marcuni of the CatlrtUhtirg Democrat posed that in looking over it Wash for Lieutenant Governor. A compliment ington mistook tho words for his sig very worthily bestowed. nature, aud, tbercforo failed to sign A useleu addition to the White House tho page. is to be made at an estimated cost of $300,-00Tho public is peculiarly ignorant of which will ultimately run up in the Mible history. Wo doubt it a tair millions before it Is completed. percentago of tho peoplo you meet in I.Ieut. Flipper, the only negro that tho courso of an hour's walk could get ever giaduated at West Point, has been as near tho order of tho names of tbo drummed out of the array for misappro- books in tho Old Testament ns tho lit priation of funds entrusted to him. tle school girl in Somerset. This west Georgetown ha agreed to exempt from country blossom of tho School Board taxation for ten years the $25,000 hoteltob system was requested to name the earbuilt there, and Mr. Lancaster, of Lexing-ton- lier writings of tho sacred text, which will begin work on it at once. sho did thus, and very fluently: "DeItev. F. L. Braum, German Lutheran, vonshire, Exeter, Liticus, Numliers, intends soon to leave New York with a Astronomy, Jupiter, Jumbo, 1(11111." company of German immigrants for fllas. Hero tho higher criticism dimly degow Junction, Ky., where they will settle. tects a vaguo local rendering of "GenIn an oil fire, Tuesday night, at Cher- esis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, ry Grove, "Warren county, Pa, six thou- Deuteronomy, Joshua, Judges, Ruth." sand barrels of material were burned. A Tho Warrentown Virginian tells man was killed, and another fatally injur- tho followingsnako story: " Mr Peter ed. It appears to be pretty well settled lleid, of Fauquier county, noticed a that Hon. J. Proctor Knott will give up little snake, about a foot long, nnd killing it he turned it over with his seat in Congress at the end of his presmuzzlo of his gun. To his surent term to enter the canvass for Governor. tho bartho .' d forty-sixte 0, be-fu- ra Iilafure "meant what they mII," when the 7th section wax pirnx-dNtVerlheleM, It raaila as herein quoted, and cannot possibly lure any other legal or rational construction thin the one gtren, The people should learn from thin, as well as from many other legislative acts, that their Inter-enwill Le bent protected br electing men to office who can speak and write English with tolerable accuracy and decency. BRUCE, 3MC H. C. RUPLEY, ES 7EL WARREN & CO. O I--I .A. 3NT N'JPANFOKl), .lilnl a T T .A. X 1L, O DR., KY., vl.lnlly for Ihtlr HWraliupport, and thlirarlr In the tenon, before Ulnj tulleil tljle. Ilia motto lit-"- Tee thlojpirtnltyof lhanlnhlspirnnslnStanfrtMsnil hopes to retain It, as lie hss ever, srMIl from Ihe Comprises Everything that is IVTew, Uml ertVelin Hirel." tt an.! tnaJeln flrit-dat- s MiWra. Thfj will Outline anl Realrlh( fitatlr anJ rrempllf done. To B. It. (lllllNAUI.T.. JtM. SKVEIt.VNCa II. II. KDMI8TON. M J'JPX XIV Cx ANNOUNCEMENT! H Q M 1882. 4 M CHENAULT, SEVERANCE & GO. HmliiKiii! rocrUrtl tli'0cl franilliu s'logitiit Mtock IiiMtt-ri- i H M BEBiYi H to mwm ITOTIOITS, l !' HUom 1Iii iiiiiNt o Clothing, Boots, Shoes, r.iT 4lillilli-i- o 0 o o In thin imirlit'f. Xcw mill ELEGANT LIN BS OF SATINS, MERVEILLEUX, MADAMES, MOIRES, a M o CO ALSO- - A HANDSOME STOCK of BLACK GOODS, IncliiiUiiK Xiiii'm Veiling, C.-- J. Kail-roa- snnko ran up the gun prise rel and ho could not get it to como out, so he let it remain. As ho was going homo ho saw a hawk flying overhead nnd raised his gun and fired at it. Tho hawk was not hurt, but, seeing tho suake in tho air, started toward it nnd caught it on tho fly. Mr. Peter Keid is a brother of a magistrato and a church member." Senator Hoar has introduced a bill providing that the succession to tho Presidency shall bo vested in the members of the Cabinet, beginning with tho Secretary of State aud ending with Secretnry of the Interior. It is to be hoped that this bill will fail to receive any nttention. Cabinet offi cers are not representatives of the people in nny sense. They are not elected by tho people, but are tho ap pointees ot tho President, are, in fact, simply Secretaries of tho President. l. Cloth, cVc, unit In fuel a Henrietta Clolli, limiting, TiiiiiIhc ol O Dress Goods, of Every Description. vm.it i.im:.n a Hamburg Embroideries, India Trimmings, EVERLASTINQ TRIMMINGS, BIAS TUCKINO, Laces, 3L.iilies' Neckwear, FANS, PARASOLS, &C. Ni H In cikIU'xh iurl(l3', ami a atplomllil nxNorltiiciit dlliicliiiuiN, Ac. "VsTHIITB OH C3-OOZD- S ol LauiiM, d to IVc hurt! milled lo our Mock a nice CARPETS. flolli, uhmoi-Iiiii'ii- I CO-- MallliiKN. Willi ING GOODS. Paper, Ac. orC'HrnelH, It hem. GENTS' NECKTIES, COLLARS.CUFFS & GENERAL FURNISH- "Po-cahont- kind-hearte- w H GEO. D. WEAREN, STANFORD, LANCASTER and HUSTONVILLE, pi ami: in pas-tur- w a o Grain, Wool, ltllMsafl--"l)t- Orchard Grass ,l'"" ""'"' and other Seeds, ? -- -- n"" ' 'I rn',,t: cur-tick- predes-tinatio- one-hors- two-legge- d to to 3F I predes-tinaria- .A. tig&wmm3R. .A. G-- O sPEiisra- w.A.aossrs, SS5SS-- J I 1 HVE "SA7 - I I 1 3NT I S, y threo-fourth- O r well-know- e to to to M o V BUO-QIBS Ncir-Iliiiilt'r- rt, -- llt'iipcr. J A.3ST0D MiiMcrs, Ilay.lCiilu'H, nil ii JrillM, I'orii'l'laiilft-N- , Nnlky IMohm, , CullUutoi-MNlrau-CiKlcr- O .A. HHI .A. O-- S, - Titrial 00 Mrs.-Owe- 7 N3UUVM '33nua JlamntN, ini; Macliliit'M Corn-ShellerlIay-lrtHNV- ami ICiikIhcn, '1 lireMk- And other Implements and Macbinory. Wo buy exclusively from Manufacturers, d direct, for casb, in lota, aud consequently obtain tho larceat diicount aud lowest rates of freight. Our motto it i "First-clas- s Qoods at Reasonable Pricet-t- be Best is always the Cheapest." Respectfully, car-loa- Ciuciu-uiCrl.wjuir- GEO. D. WEAKEN, Manager Stanfoid.Ky. Mausers lluitomtll. Uucaiter Uejot. D,jt ! Hrlghl sold lo Tom Wood 20 with Intimidating and ohatiucting the mall fat wether averaging 12ft lb, at .1) tenia. carrier from Shelby lo Junction Citle, In A. Cartlnhour sold lo Talliott.of Hour-bo- performance of hi duties. The probabilTllK LlTingaton Coal Company' coal a good bunch of lambs, 103 head, the ity is that no such charge can be proven sT.A.rtT-roiar- ), om'l le lical. Call on T. T, DyIcm for It. produce of BS ewes, an average of $S 37 on (rial a it wa timply a peraonal affair al Friday Morning, Jnno 23, 1882 TitnnK itUNnnrn thousand IJiucic for per head. Neal A Delaplain purchased between Hood and the carrier, who I also on Monday, about two hundred acre ale. Apply to Henry Haughmin, of Marshal of Shelby Cilr erowimr out In wheat at $1 per bushel for delivery from some way from the closing up of hit L A N.L OCAL TIME CARD. (Hood's) store. at. Tut ha been the dulleat week erer July 20lh to 25th. Georgetown Time. 1'ssMHftr lrilo North...., . " Month.... " Ilr.Emr Grove ThU 8elect School Cincinnati Cattle market steady at i ( P. U known In Stanford a Ihia laaue of the In $2 SO jo $3 75 for common; $3 25 to $1.50 closed it first session of ten month last Tr.iiron JounitAt, will how. LOCAL NOTICES. fair to beat butcher, and $1 to $7.25 for Tuesday. The number of matriculate A avanon on which Mr. II, Mattlngly good to choice shippers. Hogs hold their being limited to twenty-five- , tho work of Thy I). KIrm' $1 toe slippers. wt riding yesterday turned over, throwing own at $8.10 to $S .10 for selected butcher the year ha been productive nt the best Hoy I'aimta of Penny A McAllsttr. him off, and injuring him quite painfully and heavy shippets; common, $(1..T5 to $7. resnlls, showing a high order of culture, Fiimii Illue Lick Water, it MolCotierln aliout the head. 10. Sheep are quiet at .1 to A 8(i(t(?'. lamb discipline nnd mental training of the young FAfiMKiwdcairlng to lay In their winter weak at I lo 01 cent. (lasollne at at l'ennj A mind placed under the care of Prof. St. Doan'h .MeA lister's. supply of coal would do well to ace the Clair, who is a graduate of Centre College, LINCOLN COUNTT. Ki.kvf.n rouxm Hngar for $1 at MoAl-tite- r proprietor of Lincoln Mill. It will be claw of 1880. We givo below the rank of A llrlgl.l'. Highland. money In their iocketa, scholarship. In order that a student's name Lime ami Cement comtantljr pn Halt, Horn, lo the wife of M, P, Hubble, a may be placed upon the"Kollof Honor," It hand A. Osralej'a. HumiAN A Nrviua, contractor, girl, on the 15th, requires 1st: A complement of studies; 2d: I'i.rnty of country ililn Mil liamarat have just completed a neat cottage of six 'Our farmer are busy cutting wheal. At least six monthly refiorl including atMcAllster A Hrlghfi. room at McKlnney, for lie. J. K. Trip-letThe recent storm damaged the wheat tendance and deportment with im averag Nr.W stock of Jewelrjr and Wlrer-a- rc it a Presbyterian mlnlater from Virgin- some. of not lea than 180; 2.1: A good examina Penny A .McAllster'. D. A. Htugli, bought of Mr. Duncan, ia, who ha located there. Soda WATr.n Utter thn In an past SO. Joe Jenkins tion in th similes unless excused in specone cow and calf for A MRMtir.il of the Hoard of Health tell seasons, ftt Meltoberta A HlaxitV. ial case at the discretion of both parent Watciiw, Clock iml Jewelrr repalreil ii that ho never knew Stanford to be in sold to Wm, Martin one black mare for and (earlier. Kddle Lee Grnbb, 198; $25. and warranted f I'enny A McAllster. such a filthy condition a it i at present Mis Maltie Cash will teach school Lluie Susie Depcaw,197j; Itlchard Given 1'unr. AUen l'rnlt Vinegar, beat In tlie and to it he attribute the came of the nuW. I), Dye will teach Denny, 105; Stonewall Jackson Pulllam, near Wayne-bur-. for salo only by McAllster A IlriRlit. world, merous case of fever now prevailing, In the J. Keed district. C. M. Young will 105; Lucinda Pulllam, 195; James Graand You will find the Lent ham Denny, 192; David Holllngsworth teach in the Highland district. rrnli cigar in town at Penny A McAlis. J. T. Haiiiim Inform u that he can ter'K. Klder J. G. Llvingaton preached the Yelscr, 191; Harden Young Gruhha, 190. the cillten of Stanford with Ice at I J. II. 8. H.riiUNKt are recelrlnjr and cent ier tiound, and will keep It tho season funeral of Hruiu Long, !al Sunday. Kid. F.UEcni Pulllam, 187J; Kitty Yelser, 1811; owning a nice new lot of Zelgler Shoe ; ltobert Vannoy, through, both Lake and made Ice. When Martin Owen will preach the funeral of Nellie Suale Gaines, low cut. 183; Llllie Logan Orilbba, 181; Artie Klta Mr. C. It. Carrier next.Sunday. IlrsT Ciutor and Hxtra Winter strained ice freeic In the country it freeze In town. Yeiser, 182. The following deserve special I .aril Oil for lteaira and Mower at ,Mc- - Itespectfully, lisrris A Diwaon. Huttonrille. Jlobcrta iV ttutggn. Thank to Shelby Carpenter for late mention for superior standing In the studies Tin: Stanford Woolen Mill Company number of Ttras fiilingt. named: History, Knglisb and Latin, LizA rui.l. line of California Canned (loods, including Apricot. Oraiws, 1'ears, 1'caciira continue to iild to it extensive machinThe weather contlnuei distracted, the zie Depesw; Mathematics, Knglish and and F.gs I'lum at McAllster and llriidilV ery. Heshles $0,000 to $7,000 worth in the lucid Interval becoming more frequent Latin, Kddle Lee Grubbs; Mathematics, Iwt. Ilelween I .ancaster and Stanfonl tast six months, a set of card which cost but of shorter duration. Itlchard Given Denny; Greek, Stonewall Y, L Ilolton book willi a memorandum $1,000 I being put up this week, IncreasThe arrival of thelNTEitioii Journal Jackson Pulllam, History, Kugenia Pulin it. Please return lo I rwmoit Journal, ing the carding capacity of the mill toSOO ha been exceedingly prompt since you llam, Ilayden Young Grubbs, Lucinda nllice. Pulllam, Aflie Klta Grubbs; Mental ArithKnur Cow. A small red cow, with pound of wool per dy. Several new spin- rowclled the mail niithorltie. white In face, ready to calrr, alrayed from ning jack have been added recently makDr. Fowler' agony ended on Tuesday. metic, Kltly Yeiser, J nines Denny, Daniel my aiture Tuesday night. Information ing a total of "CO spindle that are kept for toy It ia a girl; hut about thirteen year Hollingsworlh Yeiser. II T. Ilarrlt. the most time at work. The twenty loom of her thankfully received. younger than it immediate predecessor. WAYNECOUNTr. Wk hare aildrd to our bualnrM a larger turn out from 000 to 700 yard of jean Parties here are preparing to strike aiuortment of the enrol Cryll .Sjierares Nonticello. and can fit any eye. lteing ol harder fill" and other woolen goods of most excellent out for the Cumberland Fall just a soon There i some dissatisfaction with the easily deface, and quality per day, and in aldition to that ISO a the run shall assert its right and ug- Ibey do not scratch or le- will retain their Uautitil ivJiA. Thi pound of yarn are also prepared. The gest the luxury of shade and sylvan sur- result of the democratic primary election on the part of a few of the defeated candilartment will taumlri llieoliargaoi llios. mill give employment to some 10 persona 1' rounding. I learn from Mr. Owen that tichsnls, who wilt carefully fit tlieni to at price ranging from SO cent to $:i per the prosiiect is good for a large attend dates, one of the beaten candidate for far any Kye for any pnrixMe, Judge and one for Jailer having concluded MclCobrrta A tagg. day. One little girl of 1 year makes $18 ance. . reeitig, ahootlng, Ac. The health of Mr. Cabell Woods Is to continue until August (hat they may er month, and a preference is given to receive a quietus for all time to come. PERSONAL that etas of people that need it most, the still very infirm. Urown ha completed Our farmer are in (be midst of wheat aviary, and thought lo be planning Miss Kmma Vr jAKNrrrr, of Madls. properly btsidc paying it owner well, ia hi what he will do next. Itev. Mr. Tyrce harvest. The weather is very unfavorable to the pool of our town. on, ia the guest ol Mis Klla King. almost a J, A. DvniiRiun hi returned from1 f It owned by a stock company composed ha taken room In tho College building for the business, having rained every day Indiana, where he ha been for orcr a of the McAliater heirs, J. If. McAliater, If. and moved hi Lares and Penates wife since harvest began. The crop will be an unusually large one both in yield and acreC. Hright and It. Mattlngly, and their cap- and children included, thither. manth. Harvesting has commenced. The age. The outlook I now favorable for Maky returned yealer-da- y ital row i $50,000, which, by an act of the Mim. wlicat crop ia said to he unusually fine; good crop of all kind. Corn it small, from a visit to her daughter Miss Ma- last legislature, can be increased to $"00,-00The mill being stuated on St. Asaph provided it can be rescued from the "ill" but the late hot spell ha given it a fine ry, in LouiiTllle. AlTKit a lime menlhs aelge with ty Branch ha an abundance of water for that wheat "i heir to." Corn look well, color and started it to growing rapidly. The marriages of Mr. John Itarlleaon phold feeer, Mtck Kamsey waa able to sttnm and washing purposes, while the and fortunately is so far ahead of the walk down town yesterday. engine is capable of driving twice a much weed aa to hold It own in a scramble for lo Mis May Sloan and Mr.Wm. Bartleson Will Stout, of lUck A Stone, propri- uiiehinery a ia now used. It ia a worthy oil and sunshine. Meadow have come to Mis Alice Chrisnian, alt of this county, Inst, at tho homes of etor! of the Monticelloatagedine, U visiting Industry which ha added much In build- out amazingly. Oats seems to have suc- came off on the 15th the respective brides. The ceremonies ing ifp aud sustaining our town, and every ceeded fairly, and grass is abundant. Ida mother in Ihia county, Our venerable friend, Thomas Cecil, were pronounced by Kid. Caleb W. Sewell. Mr. ani Miw. J, S. IIikihm and facility should be given it to grow and wishing to make the evening of hi day A reception was given on the same day at Mra. J. H. Murphy left Wednesday to useful, answered one of those mysteriously tiie residence of Mr. Jno. Itartleson, one of pend the Summer at Itnclcaslle Spring. RELIGIOUS. magical offer of fortune with which the the bridegroom, at which about 300 invitHr.siiY Wlt.icnN, Kj., late Cashier of The Junction City Camp Meeting will paper abound sending, of course, the ed guests were royally entertained and a Icbnon Hank, hut now In charge of the requisite number of stamps, and waa feasted by Mis Hannah Hartleaon, who Livingston Coal Company' Works, ia in begin August 18lh and last 10 day. ltev. It. 11. Noel will preach at promptly furnished with a chromo and in- knows so well how to officiate on such octown. Hrlghl' School-housat 3 r. M. next Sun- structions how lo convert it Into caih, casions. Invitations are out for a recepMil. Thomas lUl.I.AHU has been handday (Sth). Thomas decline the mission and the Geld tion at Mr. W. T. Francos' in honor of the ling the nulla Trry satisfactorily in the abwedding described in the Got. Hlickburn has confessed under Ia ojieii to all who "make haste to be rich.' sence of Mail Agent II. C lttiby, who went Mr. ltarnt and will join the Kpiscopal I regret that the Ikterioh Journal Interior last Friday on the 23d Inst. to Chicago. Mrs. Sue Itussell and family, of Louof Tuesday was imposed upon by a pseudo Mmu Lizzie Hoktom, of Islington, Church. Praise tho Lord. The QiuricfJtmrnal'i Frankfort notice of an Intended marriage in this isville, and Mrs. Klla Biker, of Atlanta, and Maggie Itowlsml, ol Danville, a Tery say that Mr. Humes will leave place. I presume the thing wa intended Ga., arc visiting h Col. Cosby Oatts. Mrs. lovely air, came yesterday to rialt Miaa there in a few days for Dayton, Ohio, merely a an innocent joke; but fl wa a Alice Miller and family have returned afMary Owaley, thoughtles and unwarranted invasion of ter an absence of several weeks visiting Mis IIki.i.i: Van Amimlh went to thence on a tour around the world. The Kentucky Christian Sunday the proprieties, and an unjustifiable liber- relatives in Lincoln. Mises Sallie Jones her homo in HuatonTlllo Wednraday, tearSchool Association which meet in Nicho- ty with the name of a most worthy and and Bettie Butt, of Ilustonville, are visite ing M1m little Kocbeater the aole th ls, yllle, of this month has arhighly respected lady. If the object of ing relative here. Mis Mollie Hayes, the the P. CI. II. 'a. of K. Mr. James WiTimw la back from ranged for reduced rate on the railroads, your informant wa to give pain he may handsome doughter of Col. Joseph felicitate himself with the reflection that Hayes, of Jamestown, and Mis Cofiey, of Ilethany College with 6 Inches added to vit: 'J cent per mile each way, The work on the Garfield Memorial he it eminently successful. A to friend Liberty, have been visiting Capt. Hiram hit aUture in ten montha. He ia much Church at Washington city i lieing pushed Dan, he i fully able to take caro of him- It. Hayes. Major T. J. Oatta returned a plraaed with hi West Va. achool. forward so rapidly that it i hoped the cor- self. The Information came to ua by let- few day ago from Augusta, Georgia, where ner stone can be laid on the ltd of July, ter bearing the signature of a responsible he spends the Winter dealing in mule and . LOCAL HATTERS. horse. He reports having made a sucthe anniversary of the shooting of the late parly. Kp PiiutT Jam of all kind at Ilruce, cessful trip. Mr. D. 11, Kdmlstnn, of Stanl'rraidcnl, with ceremonies of special interBOYLE CPU NTT. est. ford, ha just left from a visit to the family Ukk (he Livingston Coal Company' col ' Danrille. -P- residing Klder, It. Hincr, will hold of Dr. Frisbic. Mrs. Kdmitton, who has Ilia the lietU Sherman, a little sou of K. Ii. Cheat-ma- been quite feeble for some time, is slowly his Ith and last Quarterly Meeting for the had hi leg broken on Sunday last. improving. Mr. J. C. Saulley I with us and Sun TllE young eople will enjoy a hop a Conference year here day. This will be Mr. Hlner's last ap The fracture I a painful and serioua one, again. We tender him a cordial welcome. the St. Aaaph Hotel pearance in Stanford, as according to the but with care the boy will soon be aliout PULASKI COUNTY. Juikik M. II.Owilky will addrea the rule of the Church he goe after Seplem-he- r again. Dr. Isaac H. Warren wa tho at people of Marlon, at Ibanon, on July Somerset. to another District, A full attendance tending surgeon. A heavy storm passed over us SaturCourt, the find Monday. Carlo got in hi work on Tuesday on of the Stewards it esjiecully desired. day night. It blew down a great deal of The four 1'resbyterUn General Actn-blitv- i Collins, the little son of Mr. W. R. Holmes, SriilNti chicken are o aoarce here that limber and injured wheat somewhat. Itut lately convened represent clerVn biting him severely aliout the face and they hare to be ordered from the LouiaTille hotly. Why don't every body keep a dog otherwise did no damage of which we have thousand Presbyterian Churches, nine market. learned. lo bay him sweet mouthed welcome at he Ykstkiiiuy wa the liottrnl a well n thousand Presbyterian ministers, with over draws near George Jolly became overjoyed Saturhome, and to mangle infants distinguish one million members. Said a day evening and gave vent to hi feelings about the longeat day of the year. The in hi way 7 ed editor: "Thl constitute a power not who may chance to get In a thermometer registered above I'O" all day. Hob Smith, "the splendid," waa here in a lot of unearthly to be lightly esteemed; a power that hat a conlast week tearing up tho earth to supply sudden fit of generosity thereafter, lie the Democracy of Lincoln right at time to fill the eye and cltim the town treasury. Col- - tributed $3 to the the sudden and inordinate demand for county wilt meet In Man Convention at car of the country at large." Tho following young ladies have relego Commencement news. Hob representat 2 r. M. to select delethe turned from the tcsthetlc parlors cf their LAND. STOCK AND CROP. ed some of the leading Journals of Kurope gate to the Superior Court Convention. boarding-schoolabandoning for the nonce Miller bought a Uockcastle milk and America, and wrote volmunously and tho delicious luxury of tolu and their utIt leeni to he conceded that Hon. II. M. cow J. 11.10. elegant, but in spite of all thi a number fur $ fellows: Misses Heattle, llurdett will get the first instruction of College, hope terly H. It. Woods' barley averaged 11 of the das of '62, of Centie Hrinkley, Morrow, Porch and Woods, of thl county for Superior Judge, while both that the leading journal aforesaid will Hell Seminary, and Mis Annie Scott, of Duvall and Itichardi have good backing bushel to tho ucre. well a a better A. It, Penny bought of W. K. Varnon next lime send a better, as Georgetown. for second choice. looking man to report for college matters, a milk cow, half nlderney, for $15. The candidates for Clerk of the Court The German given by the young genThe report that Col. A. M. Swope had Maj. Stigall sold to Jewe Fox a fat of Appeals spoke here Monday, to a large been ordered down and out and hi nllice cow weighing 1040 lb, tlemen of Dinville on Monday evening at 5 J cent. crowd. No great amount of enthusiasm given to another, originated, 10 the Col. --J. M. Hail sold to A. T. Nunnelley wa a very delightful allalr, but with was elicited by either, and to an unbiasPrice's music so many lovely young ladie write, in a joke, and that it it, of course, 210 wethers, averaging 00 lb)., at 3 cent. ed observer who ha no interesl in the othuntrue. Col. Swope I solid with the powGkowietown Coukt 1500 cattle, none and gallant gentlemen It could not be fight the wave of the political sea were er that be, and don't you forget it. extra. Hest cattle brought 0 cents; year- erwise. The following are some of the left unrutlled. The republican will supyoung ladie present: Mis Mamie Wells, The contest between the McCormick and ling 1 to 1 cents; milk cow $50 to $00; of Georgetown; Mis Addle Wiseman, of port Jacob as a party measure, and Henry will probably carry the full strength of his the Wood Twine Hinder, which came o(T horses, $75 to $125. Mis party. For n stock that fluctuate go lo Lou- Ohio; MIm Kitty Todd, of Fiaukrort; at Mr. h. It. Jouea' Tuesday, drew a very Hadie Payne, of Klizibethtown; Mis Kate John Dale, the terror of South Somlargo crowd of intcrented Hpeclator. J, isville and Nashville. Monday it touched of Paris; Miss Annie Halloway, of erset, wa before hi Honor, Judge Paul, It. Owen entetaal the former which wa 03 having rallied from 01. Yesterday it Louisville; Mis Mary Allen, of Tennessee; the other uoruing charged with a breach driven by John Karri, and (leo. 1). Wear-e- fell to 01 J, a decline of 7 in two day. Mis Lucy Cage, of Mississippi; Mis Klla of the peace. John had promised last Lewis A. Jone ha tin boa wheat the latter, driven by J. II. Hooker. The De Itood, of Lexington; Miss Lula Jen- Christmas that if he were allowed to deWood wa unfortuimto on it, atart, It crop 200 acre estimated at 20 to SO bushNannie nings, of Cincinnati; Mis part he would leave these parti and return team running off and breaking a catting, el per acre. The wheat generally I unusof St. Louis; Mis Stella Marksbury, no more. Hut returning not long since hi ually good, and harvest it progresilng favwhich at the time could not be replaced. of Lancaster; Misses Kflie Cropper, Sue old habit came back and he beat and The contest lasted nearly all day and at it orably, Lonnte Guest, Judeth Guest, May bruised an engineer, Jack Wilson, In a Spoir Platter rejwl that Tom ltobin-so- n Flble, conclusion Mr. John M. Held chosen aa Irvine and SOhie Hright, of Danville. frightful manner. The prosecuting attorsold to Tom Woods, 1 Judge on the part of the Wood, and Mr. Shell bit. ney in consideration that Dale had been Ikttley on the ptrt of the McCor- heifer, 1,020 lb., at 5 cents, and C. G. Allen The farmer are very busy harvesting injured by a blow from a falling rock In a mick, being unable to agree, Mr. U. A. Ware to W. F. Itamsey, 0 scrub heifer, at waa very susceptible to In our uelguborhoud. The storm we have tunnel Lackey wat selected by the two to decide, 3 cents. The "boom" iu Hungarian and millet had recently Injured to some extent the the influence of liquor and hardly resKn- of the McConulok which he did in favor wheat aud lye, but to what amount I am ible wlieu under it efl'ectt, let him off and according lo the agreement of the seed is still on, the former telling contest, Mr. Jone purchased that ma- at $1 05 to 76c, advance over the price a not able lo say. The grain of the wheat with $10 and costs, few week since, and the latter at $1.76, an this season I the finest quality 1 have seen PRAISE THE LORD." chine. The kj!iiU In favor of the McCorfur many years, while the yield will be exmick were decided to lie l that It cut a advance equally notable. Fuanki-oiitJune 22, 1832. T, It. ltlpy, the Audeitfu county dis- cellent, moat of the head having from Dutr Jntnur: swath six Inches wider thin Wood', that it A few line only to "report thouthree to four grain to the mesh. tiller, has delivered over thirty-eigh- t bound the sheaves with greater evennes wa progres," The Interest deepen steadily cattle to Ii S. Hyod, whoso at the butt and that it bull wheel wa sand dollars' worth of slop-fetils No excltemeul, unbalancing men's minds, broader and leu liable lo link in the soft parties in Cincinnati in the last few weeks. olosed last week by action of one ol creditors, wa arrested thl week charged but the tweet gospel, stealing it way into Price five aud a half to six cent per lb. earth. Scini-Mcflil- n nlrrior3oiirna( TiYTt.it will receive a new stock of lAwna th la (Friday) afternoon. Hou'i 8. -J- ohn icy. Hlan-for- Iltl. 5, 74-l- Mi. t, heart centres, and woikltig a change of mind, that Issue In immediate confession. For this belief of the heart, or turning of the will, can no more exist without confession than a tree can livs without leave, God ha Joined these two together to that neither man nor devil can put them asunder, Thl explain the fact In Scripture that sometime one and sotnellemea the other stand forbolh together. Monday night, the beginning of the 2nd week there were 19 confessions; Tuesday's harvest wa CO 52 of them at night. Yesterday 35 confessed the dear Name 20 of them at the night service. Governor Blackburn wa the first one to come forward last night. Many who know her will be rejoiced lo hear that Mr. Gretn Clay Smith, wife of the and Baptist pastor of Ml. Sterling and .Somerset, ha confessed. Other name I could mention, here, but not to your readers. The total to Wednesday night 1822 for soul and 215 for body. PItAISK TIIE LOUD with u for his great goodness. I write in haste to catch a train. Ever In Jesus. Geo. O. Barnes. A Legislator Eiplains the School Act. n n Mn.. A. I?. ItlCIMHDS, flf.Isttilsf Ills, Is t rsndlilste for Ruperlor Jndts la this th 2d District, subject to Ihe setlon of ths Democrscy. ST.ASAPHHOTEL Mnln SI., Niitiirorri, Ky. JUDUi: AJsVIN DUVAIX, Ol frank fort. Is rsndldsle lor HtirKMOR JUIHIt; In this, the 2d Iifalrlcl, subject to the tc-livuvi ma t'vmuvrac. JOHN DINWIDDIE.PRO'il. OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 ii. nt. Of mmnrrr, Is arandlJat far Ju.1i nf IhaSu. frttneOoart from the 5.1 district. Subject to the sciion oi me aemocrscy. BOARD, 92.00 PER DAY. ii:nik aisii xmiui Special Accommodation to Commercial Travelers. Bnggage Transferred Free of Charge Ilhave recently taken charge ofthls house and intend to have accommodations. first-class Dealflnctom West lonsrbt nrll mr lsatlful little fsmi of a 100 snd O.I.1 stres, welf Improve.! snd slmndsnee of llock watfr, snd In a high slsle of cultivation, lying Immediately on th turiirlk between Stanford snd Inraiur, S miles from Msnfnid (lid S miles from Lancaster, and Y, i.fs mil' from titlbcrt I nek leni. I. UIIIIDKIIIHII,Ky. (Jllherts Creek, SUMKBR M SPRING-- AND WiMll MYERS HOTEU STANFORD. KY. E. II. BURNSIDE, - Propr. Craii Orohari, June Editor Inltrior Journal. 22, 1882. very hsndmni line of iplcn.ll.l new liprlog an. I Hummer Millinery, which she otters to the publld st very low Dgurea. Among her Usutlful stock ol Trimmings are all the latest dmlgnv, Incliidlngtbe rage, rithetlo flowers, alio has alio a Mantua-MakiDepartment, where the greatest attention It given to iho cutting, Biting and making of all kinds of dresses. 27. MTV ofthls vicinity Ihst she Miss IlsLIK HuniiKsdralres to Inform the I conatsntly receiving This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains Its High Refutation, AND fur-nl- see In the last two issues of the Interarticle in regard to the tax for school purposes. The original bill was I ior Journal TKK.tOX iDVl.lmsF.)IK!tTg. Its Proprietor is Determined that it Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Quests. 18-1- i near-sigh- t, 1 1 god-sen- d 1 drawn for three cent under (he impression by that it would require thi ssid (ax lo equalizo the while and colored school fund. The Superintendent of Ihe s, Public Institution appeared before the and informed them that he had made a calculation, and two cent would be sufficient to raise the amount desired. On hi suggestion the bill wt amended by ordering three stricken out and inserting two wherever three occurred in the bill. In the haste of legislation the three was only stricken out in the original hill in the first section and overlooked In the remaining section, The House Journal show that the amendment striking out three and inserting two wa carried. The only vote lo be taken at tho August election is, shall a two cent tax be voted in order lo make the colored school fund equal to the white school fund? Inclostd.find an act amending school law for colored chiidred passed February 23rd, 1874, which you can publish if you desire. Your truly, W. O. Hansford. The act ia as follows, and settle the matter a to the repeal of the extra capitation tax on colored people: 1. Be it r node J It Me General Annuity of the turn-raise- d cau-ca- It. H. ItlAUTIX Is acsndldate fur Clerk ot the Ilockcsstle County Court, August election, 182. JA'.HKS F. WAIiLlX la a candidate for County tfaa August election, IM Judge, of Rockcaitle, at Risicsse vvlllbecoBveveS to sad from the depot free of charge. Special arremmoitstloas to to Commercial Travelers. The liar will be always sapplled vilth the choicest brands of Minora aad Cigars. W.M.OWENN Is sn Independent candidate for Aaaroior Kockxttle County, August election, 1882. of Stanford Female With College. STAVroilI, KY. a Full Corps of Teachers, ALL THE BRAMCIIK8 OF A This Institution will open Its Thirteenth Session on tho 2d Monday la September neil. NAM M. ATTOR N IIUItDETT, EY AT LAW, Mt. Vornon, Ky. Will nractlco his profession In Rockcastle and aljolning counties snd In the Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. THOBOUGHENGUSHCOUnSE Are taught, u well aa MUHIC, THE LANOUAOEH, DltAW-INAND PAINTINO. O VARIETY STORE! TERMS MODERATE. mt. vjsnrfoiv. icy.. J. 23. VOWELS' 0. ex-I"- Cowimcnceatth oJJCentvcly, That section two of sn set to filsMIih a uniform sstem ol common schools for the colored children of this Coiamon-wealt- h, spproTfd February 2), 1171, to amended by striking therefrom subsection 2, which retds as follows: "Acaplutlon taxofons dollar on each insle colored ierson shore th sge ol twenty-on- e jtsrs," snd ths sheriffs of the varloua counties shall be credited Id their settlements with the Auditor by the smuunt of such cspitstion tsx listed, but not collectld. 2. This set shsll take effect from and slier Hi passage. In Tuition, prices I2S Chilled Flows, regular Departmenta. range from li5; to IM In th Agency of Bouth-Ben- d Intermedials Ilniarv, Avery's Oast and Stoel Flows, Backers 130; Preparatory, HO, and Collegiate, 130. Reapers & Mowers, Sweepstakes ThreshFor full particular!, as to Board, Ac, address ers, Mitchell Farm Wagons, New Home Sewing Machines, Taylor's Elostio Bed HRH. N. C. THUKlIKAItT. lrliarlinl "" Springs. t Stanford. Lincoln Co..v. PENNY & PHARMACISTS, DtitKa tx McALISTER FANCY ARTICLES. DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY Th jralciane' Prescriptions accurately coiuiunded. Pharmaceutical Preparations a specialty. e Sallee-Owe- 9th,-.t0- Ul n, Court-houa- e s, too-to- o Cisterns. We fear many of our readers who have cisterns aud depend upon them for their supply of water for family use, hardly realize the importance of keeping them sweet and clean. Rain water as it comes down SEND US YOUR BUSI- from the clouds is probably as piiro as NESS CARD FOR bTl!ikrf any water can be, but after it has TRADE LIST. washed over a roof and down the coninto the ciatern, carrying with D. LANDRETH & SONS, ductors it dust, leaves and other rubbish that PHILADELPHIA. may have gathered on tho roof or iu the gutters, it is not strange that the cistern should need to bo cleaned out ovcry year or two. If tho cistern is not much used, tho water is quite like.S ly to becomo bad. It may look all right, and not tase very badly either, TheLARGEST STOCK of WATOHES.OLOCKS, JEWELRY and vet not be healthful. Of course AIV1 SHYVEIMVAKE all cistern water should be filtered, and a soft brick filter is perhaps the Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than tho Lowest. Watches, Clocks and best; but even then it will become Jewelry Bepaired on short notice, and Warranted. necessary to clean the cistern as often as every two years, and better every year. A western railroad which was head over heels i n debt had a change ot officials and anew policy, and the General Manager was instructed to investigate all departments and report where retrenchment was possible. Ho Has Just Oponod a Pino Stock of took three weeks to look around, and then reported as follows: "After a long and patient investigation I am perfectly satisfied that we can save 81,000 per month by cutting Consisting of down the wages of the brakesmen. It is needless to add that the plan was, of course, adopted. Railroad re0 trenchments never begin on tho salaries. Said the Texas sheriff ' as ho was about to spring the trap: ' "Kick nnd squirm as mucn as you can. ineroa Also, a Nico Lino of about four thousand ppople present, and wo waut 'cm to havo all the fun possible" I am oponing daily a Pull lino or tbo Dost Goods in tho Market, to bo The Boston Pott man says bo's rich enough this year to stay in town, and sold at Bottom Prlcos, Call and oxamino. will not economize by putting up with TIM "W. HIGGINS, Salesman. cheap board in the country for three months. WHOLESALE LIST TH D y I D JIL MERCHANTS ! SEEDS! arE-7VGSIl.R- PENNY & McALISTER, E. P. 0WS1EY BRAND NEW GOODS, GENTS' FUENISHING GOODS, $5,-00- Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, CARPETS.OIL CLOTHS, TRUNKS SEW ADYEIITISEJIKKTS. ICE! ICE! ICE! I will deliver Ic every inorntug to regulsr customers Iu eHsufurd and vicinity as low s tuy one else. It can be hsd at sur hour during the dsr at Accounts due uear ). N. Davla' store-rooat the end of every week. M-t- f 11. K, UAHHOW. CHURCH cfc OO. PIANOS AND ORGANS Te-CN- T -- WHOLESALE AND UETAIL DKALERS IN- - Sheet Music, Sooks, i:l ill Kinds of Musical MMiii, leot. NO. 66 WEST FOURTH S Iu J1., CINCINNATI, O. n, Grand PIANOS, Squaro HAn'os, aud Upright PIANOS, Rosewood, Satiuwood, Mahogouy, French Walnut and E bo raized Cases, in elegant designs to corrcsiioud with any style ot Furniture. JACKS TOR JENNETS. Clallai), and the largo native Jsck, lVscock, Jr., both black, will servo leauels It JU for Jack colt, 11$ lor Jeouet cull, and wares at III) all to bs uv-in- o on til colls uutll paid for. colts, W. J LYLK. Dsnvlll Ky S It Pitt-ma- T1IEVEUV1!ANDM)M IMPOltTED JACK, Elegant Parlor Organs, Chanel Organs, Church Organs, With one Manual, with two Manuals aud Pedals, containing the most beau- three-year-ol- d tiful, powerful aud useful combinations erer procured in reed Instruments. and-henr- e y , d drug-stor- e u We invite the public utteutiou to our large and woll selected stock oi and our unequaled facilities for furnishing tho best class of instruments at low rates. We purchase for net cash in larger quantities than any other house in this city. The expeuso of our PIANO and ORGAN Department is far less than some houstsiwSSSfTrTsys"lr H ed doing exclusively n l'iauo and Organ trade. Wo havo reached lower prices than havo been tendered by any dealers iu this market, and guarantee s, all instruments as represented. We sell on easy mouthly or quarterly and any instrument taken on trial, uot proving us represented, may w"KvunMR (mA H Wo solicit corrcspoudeuco with persons desir-iu- g be returned at our expense. VhII lln ,.f HlfilTTlMll hbJ flLLGTH at U410IU to purchase, and take pleasure iu ausweriue all inquiries. bTb-HUSTON UU1WKK4. ,!,.. ...nt, l, Ih. PIANOS and ORGANS, pay-ruent- M BKUIMtKM'BUrJ'UW. JOHN CHURCH ii CO. ' T Jimmr Brown and the tee Cream Partr. Thero was pretty nearly a whole week that I kept out or (rouble, nut it didn't Inst. Woys aro born to fly ICY. upward liko tho sparks that troublo, Juno 23, 1882 and yesterday I was "up to niltchici Fridav Morninir. Again," as Suo said, though I never had the least idea of doing any misTHE OLD MAN. CONCERNIKO chief. How should an innocent boy, A young fellow who is pretty smart who might easily havo been an orphan on general principles, and who is al- had things happened In that way, ways in a good humor, went into a know all about cooking and chemistry store tlio other morning nml seemed to and such, I should liko to know. It Imj broke up generally. Tho proprie- was really Sue's fait. Nothing would asked him if ho wouldn't sit down, do but sho must havo a party, and' of tor nntl ho said ho "couldn't very well, as courso she must havo ice cream. Now his hnck was lame. Ho seemed dis tho ico cream that our cako shop mnn coursged, and tho proprietor asked makes isn't good enough for her, so she got father to buy an ico cream freehim what was the matter. "Writ." nun he. n. ho nut his hand zer and she said the would mako the I was to help her, on his pistol pocket and groaned, ico cream herself. is no encouragement for a boy and sho sent mo to tho storo to order "there W havo any fun If a boy somo salt. I asked her what sho wanttries to play an innocent joko he gets ed of salt, and she said you couldn't freeze ico cream without plenty of kicked all over tho house." Tho storekeeper asked what had salt, and that it was almost as neceshannencd to disturb his hilarity. He sary as ice. I went to tho storo and said he played n joko onlus father and ordered tho salt, and then had a tramo or two of ball with the boys, and limping ever since. "You see, I thought tho old man didn't get homo till lato in tho after was a littlo spry. You know he is no noon. Thero was Suo freezing tho ico spring chicken, and though his eyes cream, and suffering dreadfully, so sho aro not what they used to be, yet ho said. Sho had to go and dress right cau Vco a pretty girl farther than I can. away, and sho told mo to keep turnThe other day I wroto a note in fine ing the ico cream freezer until it froze, hand addressed to him, asking him to "and don't you run ofTand leave mo to do meet mo on tho corner of Wisconsin everything again, you and Milwaukee streets at 7:30 on Sat- boy; I wonder how you can do it. urday evening, and sigued tho name I turned that freezer for ever so long, made of Daisy to it. At supper timo he was but nothing would freeze, so all shaved up and had his hair plas- up my mind LhatUwanlcd more salt. I tered over the bald spot, and ho had didn't want to disturb any body, so I got some clean cuff, and said he was quietly went into tho kitchen and got r and emptied it into the going to tho Consistory to initiate the some candidates from the country, ice cream. It began to freeze right and he might not bo in till late. Ho away; but I tasted it and it was awful didn't eat much supper, and hurried salt, so I got the jug of golden syrup off with my umbrella. I winked at and poured about a pint into the ico cream, and when it was dono it was a ma, but didn't say any thiug. "At 7:30 I went down town and ho beautiful straw color. But thero was was standing thero by tho postofllco an awful sceno when tho party tried corner, in a dark place. I went by to cat that ice cream. Sue handed it him and said, 'Hello, pa, what are round and said to every body: "This you doing there?' He said ho was is my ico cream, and you must be sure waiting for a man. I went down to like it." The first one that sho gave street and pretty soon I went up on it to was Dr. Porter. He is dreadfultho other corner by Chapman's, and ly fond of ice cream, and be smiled he was standing there. You see, ho such a big smile, and said ho was suro didn't know what corner Daisy was it was delightful, and took a whole Then ho jumped up as if going to bo on, and ho had to cover spoonful. the whole four corners. I saluted something had bit him, and went out him and asked him if ho hadn't found of the door in two jumps, and we didn't his man yet, and he said no, the man eeo him again. Then three more men was a little late. It is a mean boy tasted their ico cream, and jumped u that wont speak to hU pa when he and ran alter the doctor, and two girls sees him standing on a corner. I said, "Oh, my I and held their band went up street and saw pa cross over kerchiefs over their faces, and turned Stnw-S&klili! nltrioromaI Promising a STANPOBD, -- now-a-day- had-bw- Tho sun sinking behind tho snowy peaks of tho Itocklcs, gilding their glistening tops with rosy light, as poor Davo York was homo by the boys to his cabin. Ho had been terribly hurt by a blast in tho mine. They carried him into tho rudo hutand laid him down on a piln of soft bearskins beforo tho ftro. Ho was suffering intensely, but ho Iwro it like n hero. Thoy loft him with his partner, Dan Hamlin. Dan sat besido tho injured man and hold his hand, while tho tears silently flowed down his sunburned cheeks. The sun went down. Tho room grow dark, and tho dancing flames in tho firoplaco tnado tho shadows leap up and down tho wall. For a long time the two part ners wcro silent. At last tho Injured man spoke. "Dan, m going over tho range, ho said. "No, no; old pard, don't say that; you will scoop tho pilo yet." "No, Dan, no. Uld i;eath Holds four aces to my two pairs. I must Old pard, wo'vo pass in ray checks. worked together, gambled together, got drunk together nnd fought together for four long years. Its hard to tnr Sitn. was Bring Man the Best runtral l g I salt-cella- by.the drug store in sort of a hurry, and I could see a girl go by with a water-proo- f on, but sho skilled right along and pa he looked kiud of solemn, tho way he looks when I ask him for new clothes. I turned and came back and he was standing there in the doorway, and I said, 'Pa, you will catch cold if you stand around waiting' for a man. You go down to the Consistory and let mo lay for the man.' 'Never mind, you go about your business and I will attend to the just as pale. And then every body else put their ico cream down on tho heard pa snoring. "In the morning he took me mto the basement and gave me tho hardest talking to I over had with a bed slat.. He said that ho knew that I wroto that uoto all tho time, and he thought he would prcteud to bo looking fur Daisy, just to fool mo. It don't look reasonable that a man would catch tho epizootic and rheum atism just to fool his boy, does it? Ma and, padou't seem to call each other pet names any more, and as for me, thoy both look at me as though I was a hard citizen. I am going to Missouri to take Jesse James' place. There's no encouragement for boys here. Well, good morning. If na comes iu here asking for me toll him that you saw an express wagon going to the morgue with the remains of a pretty lwy, who acted as though he died from concussion of a bed slat on the pistol pocket. That will mako pa fuel sorry. Oh, he has got tho awful-ca- t cold though P And the boy limped out to separato a couple of dog) that were fighting. Hawkeye. Kuoxville, Tenu.. has to imv 81.. 'JCOdainsges to a lady who was iniur- til by falling ou a defective sidewalk., when a boy's pa tells him to noveryou mind and looks spunky, my experience is that a boy wants to go right away from there and I went down street. I thought I would cro33 over and go up on the other side and stay. There see- how long he would was a girl or two going anead oi me, and I see a man hurrying across from the drug store to Van Pelt's corner. It was pa, and as the girls never looked around, pa looked mad and stepped into tho doorway. It was about 8 o'clock then, and pa was tired and I Perils of California Agriculture. felt sorry for him, and I went up to Briggs great orchard illustrates tho to go to the him for a half a dollar academy. I never knew him to shell dangers of planting on riparian botout so freely and so quick. Ho gave toms iu California. Briggs was offered rne a dollar, and I told him I would go 800,000 for his orchard in February. and get it changed and bring him It was on an affluent of the American that half dollar, but he said I river, below.falls into the Sacramento backj He declined selling. A tiAAln'tTrritnrl.tliA rfuincrf Tt is nvrf ill miies few days later, in March, tho whole rueanjef A'bdy to play it on his pa that orchard was buried beneath 10,000 way, Md I felt ashamed. tons of coarse gravel and bowlders "Arl turned tho corner and saw brought down in a rushing flood from him standing there shivering, waiting the auriferous gravel mines above. In troubled the twinkle of an eyo every tree disfor the man my conscience me, and I told a policeman to go and appeared. Only here and thero could tell jjjfthat Daisy had been suddenly bo seen a tree to indicate the locality takcajvjtb worms, aud would not be ot the orchard which a Jew months thero that evening. I peeped around before was famous for its wealth of the corner and pa and the policeman varied fruitage. It is now forever dewent off to get a drink. I was glad barred from resurrection by a dense they, did, , 'cause pa needed it alter forest of willows thirty feet high covstanding around so long. Well, when ering tho whole surface. But the inI went home, tho joke was so good domitable Briggs planted more y that 1 told ma about it, and sue was elsewhere, and ho still leads mad at me for in mad. I' guess she was fruit production aud in successful treating pa that way. I heard pa realization. In such a roaring flood come homo about eleven o'clock, and on American river.Sacramento.Smith's ma was real kind to him. She told extensive and moat ornate public garhinf to warm his feet, 'cause they was dens, valued at 8100,000 per acre, liko chunks of ice. Then sho asked were swept away bodily, and the him bow many they initiated in the brother owners were ruined. Every Consistory, and ho said six, and then year such floods destroy thousunds of she asked him if they initiated Daisy acres of tho richest bottoms along our in the Consistory, and pretty soon I rivers. Francisco man.'' "Well, table and said, thank you, thoy guessed they wouldn't take any. The party was regularly spoiled, and when I tasted the ico cream I didn't wonder. It was worse than the best kind of strong medicine. Sue was iu a dreadful stato of mind, and when the party had gono home all but one man, who lay under the apple tree all night and groaned liko he was dying, wo thought it was tho cats she made me tell her all about "the salt and the golden syrup. She wouldn't believe that I had tried to do my best and didn't mean any harm. Father took her part, and said I ought to eat Borne of the ice cream since I made it; but I said I'd rather go up stairs with him. So I went. Some of these days people will begin to understand that they are just wasting and throwing away a boy who always tries to do his best, and perhaps they'll be sorry for it when it is too Harper's Young People. late. bet it is, pawner. has got to como, old man. Dan, you'vo stodd by mo always. Wo vo accumulated quito a littlo pile. There's no one on earth has so good a right to my share as you. It's yours, Dan, when I am gone. But, Dan, promise mo ono thing." "Any thing, old pawner. "Gimmo a bang up funeral 1" "I will, old pard. "Seo that there's a good pair of fly ers on tho hearse. Of course, you II raco going to tho cemetery. I never was beat in a race while living; don t let 'em get ahead of meat ray funeral." "Thoy shan't, Dave." "And, Dan, see that thero'a plenty of liquor at tho grave." "Ill have a barrel, Davo.' "And in tho fight at the cemetery seo that there is nt least three men killed. I don't want any half-wafuneral." "I'll kill tho men myself." "And. Dan, don't you think-i- t might givo tone to the thing to lynch the undertaker." "It might." "And you will do it?" "Wo will, pardncr. And after wo've got tho ceremonies at tho grave attended to, wo will come back to town and have a dance and tho biggest drunk ever seen in Lcadviile. You shall havo the best funeral ever seen in these parts." "Dan, yer a truo mend, uoou-uy- . old pard, I'm goin' 1 Gooddy, good ? "iou "But it y Cincinnati, New Orleans When Nellio Oitriim and Frank Bcldcn, of Piltsfield, Massachusetts, & Texas Pacific I woul.l mrwtfullr Inula th pnlillo In eener- wcro courting thoy found timo to talk I, who wish a good, clean shave, oranlcehalr-cn- l shampoo or anything In my line o rail on tne it about tho love stories In tho magazine, the Ml Aasph Hotel I liate TllltKK HIIST- hut thoy did not think that before an- ci.Asi iiAimhtts n run rn miv A. DONAH I. other summer thoy would fig tiro inn .A. 2B IX 313 1 TIII3VEI3E3 real lovo dory, with lots of broken tn rflert Maf II, lM. vows, scalding tears, rovengo and that Wives, Motliers! sort of thing peppering tho romanco DaosMGrs, CINCINNATI HOUTIIHHN DIVISION. from beginning to end. It was young Pat lAriiiTRrai Bcldcn's fault. Tho wedding day havr!i. HTATIOKH. lis. .)l P.M. I'M. ing been filfed about six months 8 41 4 0V 149 I.te. Cincinnati....... ahead, Miss Nellio went with her par" tleorgelown- - . II II, 1109 ents to visit relatives in Missouri. " Islington..... II M no IIU 7 41 1109 " NUhoTsstlTle.. It During tho few weeks succeeding his " tilth llrldre.. II 44 Sit II M I It a 4 itaa " Dantllle ........ sweetheart's departure Bcldcn did his " junction Clljr 1M M I OS Ho oven gavo up his wholo duty3 iO aoo " Hoinerwt ...... . aoo " IVInl llurnslda 1st cigarctta and tho money ho was sav' Itotkwand ... .1 oi 00 ing astonished the wholo bank into " Hnrlng tllr S44 10 H .i aati Arr I'litllanooga which it found its way. Then, as tho AJI. local paper explains, "on the sunshine Lte, Chsttsnong.... S no, 1 in of his love thero en mo a lowering ... .. f " hprlng Chf... , J 10 10 ... 8 IT . Itockwnnd cloud." In other words, Ilcldcn bo DR. .. U 4l..... B. MARCHISI. ... M I'olnt llnrmlde. Ml I . " rinmerset 1 10 can to pay nttcnlion to another girl. UTICA.N.Y.. IMUlo IM Juorllen Cllr -- Dutoorerer of DK. MAIlCmSI'S Miss Nellie's Piltsfield friends lost no 111.149.141 Ixntllle " lllh llrklje ........ Ill 11014 10 timo in telling Miss Nellio all nbout it UTKUINE CATHOLICON, " Mcholastlll. ..... IN 1WI4M A POSITIVE CURE FOR FEMALE COMPLAINTS. by post and in 4 OJ J and what 10 " Islington . tli Fe. 4 29 71111 Thlrttndrwlllillnlirmonr " tleorgetoen-.- -. -. Belden mentioned as "a scorcher" malrtriteniit all tlmtt, ami alto wii Imrordlitelj It) , 7uo)l01j 7 M Arr Cincinnati mafcln, and rr spon lli abtlomintl and uttnnft camo in tho return mail. The re th'm Id ft liritthr "1 (rone tnndltlon. A.M. ALABAMA tlllKAT SOUTHKIIN. mr tall ccipt of this scorcher fanned tho lov- ltr )lrrhir I Winn Cathollron willInlUmm-lioDr thd er's spark of liking for tho now girl in- Ine otand wiimh, Ijicorrbira, Oimnle InrMrnttl Ltn.CltiltatKjoga... 1,.. II ou llftrithm of tlw Vtomh, IS . " A Italia. . to bucIi n famo that ho wroto to Miss llirnorrhtr tr 1'loodlne, Tilnrui, finiprMl " lllrmlnghani. ...... IIP Stnlrnillun, KMnr CVnitnUInt, anl " Ttisrshnsa 110 Nellie, breaking off tho engagement. ' It mici iHr adapt, d to tb I lung.- - of M. ir. t lrr. Meridian i..:.io oo That was about tho time of tho great hnd fir ptmidiKt fr.e. a All Irllenuf lojHirj Lte. Meridian .. .. 4a ... f nwfirl. Artdf" ". m vt i: in jii.i. nut tusivr. I...- -. " Tuscaloosa....... I 10 Missiisiniii floods, but whether tho fun W( botlU II fma H'd ! Ill .I " Ulriulngbaiti...., II ao f ... .t jilted girl wept such an inland ocean tho ii on Tk booll.tr Dr Mr " Allalla. . .. . JW O0 .I Arr. Chatuna... tho chronicle ortlionllair fails to set VICKSHUUd AND MIlltlDIAK forth. But in duo time Mio Nellio t'lllllMIIIKtl-'- f returned to Piltsfield, nnd to her TIT. lolb Lte. Meridian Klnnnoni Liter Itrx " r"breit friends it seemed that nil her wedding ill uhtor lonn Lmli Hit " llrandan ...... .... ....... hill and carries tli lit " Jaeksnn Why cako was betrothal dough x III of IP f Arr. Vlfk,liurc. IM s Ueldcn again fell head in Irm It cum whrn Lte. VickiMjra... 191 all ullirrrruirdlc lilt. lovo nitb Mis Nellie no one under " Jaekson .... llrsndftfl.. begged forgivo stand; but ho did. Sick 1 1 en ti" Veres!.. .. . IIM LArr Meridian ll clM'. ncs, sought reconciliation, nnd nil IM For th rlil and once more apparently became sereno ViCKHBUiUI, 811 ItEVETUKT AND PACIFIC. The wedding day was fixed for last rurof thi illtrriOi( affliction, lake Sliumoni Liter Lte. Vlikibtirg IIM hi Wednesday. ' Delta Along that Wednesday . lYSIKlSI.l. Irrrlld Arr. Mrne IIM The lis came, and Delden, in his broadcloth, illifivillMEiilator vitl iKlllrrlr ciiralhl Inoir Waaswrltniphitltallr whit we la Lte. Monroe.. IS appeared at tho bride's house. Miss true. ' Delta no xs elite met the bridegroom at tho door. Arr. Vlekiburg.. . no CONSTIPATION not ha rrgardnl ai a Hiding; ultmnit NaTaking him into tho kitchen, where Should JOHN RCOTT, V. T. and Oen. Man Ctn. Sao ture demands the ulnioet regularity of the bowels sho was stemming strawberries, she Therefore aIH nature hj taking Simmons LlTer K'r.Clnetnoatl.Uhlo: . K. T. VIjON, (1. y. snd T. A. On. IVw. Clntfnnstl, O i II. Ctll.U llegulalor. It la harmless, mild and effectual. 1k married next said: "Fred, I am to 1IRAN. n. T. A. A. II rl ITr. Oesllam.Hta.Trnn., mi.ionsNivSS. J. IIAKUr, O I'.A V. A T. If. VltkiVurK. Monday, not my future husall the Miss.: JOK y. !lramtK.tl. I A. V., H. A F One or two tablespoonilul will band is uow on his way from Missouri. troubles Intlden' to a bllloi's Hate,relict atr.au-ea- , K't, Monroe, La, such Uitilnets, Drowsiness, distress after rating, a Bcldcn falls and so docs tho curtain. bitter, bad taite In the inmilli. J Served Him Bight. FINE ItAlCISkSHS FOR SALE! liUVHI.Ii SCHOOL ItKHKHl Railway. 1 (If In most approted pattern, manufactured fc A. II. Andteos, Chicago. In good order andchesp. Inqulr at Christian Church, HusUntllle, or J. H, IMI.M I.AI, Dtntllle, Kf S 1 1 KENTUGK1 CfflMl or ran B. I -- TIIK MOST DBSinAULKItOUTR T- O- doe, Iris rhsnges and superior acrnmniodtllona lo And decldedl cJixdiararATi! Mlisouri, Iowa, Kn.ni a i, Texas, tho IVpultr llmile, affording, us II ... ' The North, Northwest and West. In fart. If ton rontnuiplata trip In anf dlretllon, tour Interest will I lieslsertril br purchasing jour tickets tla K. P and Cincinnati. lTralnsoaen war I, full man Talacoi an; Kl.canl Mew Dar Coaches, and handsomely furnished Itecllnlng (,'tiilr Oars form the nnriislcd txulmenl of thl Hid llellable, thereby hitting a trip nter this llnsone l pleasure. Trjr II. TIMB TAIILK, IN KfTKor MAY Jot-in- J. 1 14, IIM. . Tfo. 00 V 41 . T" TTfi. p ml llOtm p ml 7 40 pin i in in p in p in in post-hast- I.te. Cotlnslnn ' Talinouth - lt. lins,ion Arr. Wlnrhrslrr 37 mil " l'slls.. ... Arr l.etlnion .. mi. mrrnng Ashlsnd Huntington -. vjninisna iv 11 hi 1.1 n -- .JI ,. ... ... l 3d 1 74 s to 7 ) aM No. a. a ml J 45 a hi 4 70 mi d OS am p m 7 00 pm p m a OT p in a bo i. tr 13 l p tn I 10 ti Tipia p in Mo.1. a in, No. 4. ! Lte. Huntington " Ashland... " Winchester Arr Islington I.te. Islington. " " ML Hterllng III 11 TMim 71 I 18 M a in1 I II ........ Arr Covington Tstls Urnthlsns,. TalMMth MA 9 no '1 M .1 4 mv 4 41 n i1" in I 4a ni a ui 13 a in p ml I II in p in 7 W) a in ., tttl 7 an n p tn 8 M a in' si, p ,ui v i IU 10 0 a IU ISO! iu ;o. I' U a i ,, 4a YS V t I.I.F. DIVIHIO.V. C over-heel- Na.tlLt IxtTngton ft pin. Arr Msittliui llrm No. It " Mill tills 8 k tin. " ltlfigloo t am No. II ' Talla M a tn. Ms;, tills t lOsu No. It 1, 11. 7pm Matttlthtltllpm " Trains N 1 an.ll run dallr, all olhen dslt eiceptSurHlsj. Cperlal llale to lnlgrnts. IV) r llskrls, rates snd Information pertaining to lima, eenneftfons, Ac , call on er ad Irrsa 8. T. eHVHT.AgL.Uilntlon. CIIAS. I. IIKOWN, U T.AT A. J D. ELLISON, (Icn'l Miotgsr. .. 1 CONDENSED TIME. & IT-- HAIMtO.lI mm:. I Dave York had gono over tho range. A mix ture of love and larceny, involving a Baptist deacon, a widower of a few weeks standing, and n youtiuui grass widow, has made a little sensation in the Litchfield Court. Josephine Lap-bawas accused of theft by Deacon George B. Parmelee, of Milton, be cause sho retused to restore a waicn he had given her as a sort of wedding present oeioro marriage, ouu itsum-ethat she never promised to marry him, and that she had refused to take his 835 gold watch nnd chain unless he would convey it in writing. He wrote such a conveyance, she said, kneeling by her bed side, and dipping his pen in a box of liquid after which ho prayed and slipped the gift and writing under her pillow. I'armeleo denied that ha conveyed the watch, but the girl was acquitted. Connecticut Paper. Marriage in France. No marriage is legal in France except with the consent of the parents of both parties; but a man or woman over 23 years of ago may "respectfully cite" his or her parents to show cause why they refuse consent. If they fail to show good causa tho marriage may proceed in spite of thorn, but the fact that these proceedings are Beidom resorted to proves how closo are the ties of family duty in France. It may be added that many a confiding English girl, properly married to a Frenchman in her own parish church, bus found herself no wifo when once sho crossed the Channel, nnd been desert ed in misery and disgrace. d A Deacon's Love Stoky. Si'OXcieUniiurci.otihno Sponge underclothing is tho very latest, somo German genius hnving recently invented nnd patented a lino of underwear manufactured from this porous substance It is claimed for it that it can be cleansed raoro easily thin woolen goods, and being more flexible, does not chafo tho skin so much. It is a bad conductor, and tends to keep the temperature uniform. One who wears this underclothing is not liablo to take cold, for it absorbs tho perspiration without checking it. After the mineral nnd vcgelablo impurities in tho sponges have been sufficiently beaten by a heavy hammer to admit of being readily washed out, tho sponges aro dried and pared with a sharp kuife. Tbeso parings aro then sowed together. Thefabric is prepared with out the use of poisonous dyes which, as incorporated in cloth underclothing, sometimes proves very deleterious to the system. - M.II.AICIA. Tenons mar atoKl all attacks br orraitanaltr taking a dosoot Mjiiaons Liter Kcgulator to keep in utrr in neaitnr aciion. (lencrallr arising from a disordered Htoiuaeh. pan be corrected bjr uklng Llminona Mtsr llegiilator. this Simmons Liter ltegulator swn rrsdk-ate- s disease Irum the sjitrni, Iratlng the tain clear and free trow all loi purities THE NEW ROUTE EAST, VIA TRAINS (IQINfl NOKTII. Maacii I, I Ml. Lte. Ulchnwo.1 .. . Mneaater.. LI tlngtten Crst, Orchard. Manferd. Hi lt.ll IlItEATII WASHINGTON E TIIK OXIaY MNK UUXNIXH I j.vuniuci:. COLIC. hhellir IKntllls Junction ew ntjr...... .... . 1 ...... ........ I 00 7 . M am ( 8 V V 10 lo " put " MllcheJI.Ujrg...... M 10 08 nr. lloren. . Arr, lWnen Junction. II 00 It 10 47 Clnrlnnall Junction.. Child reu aufhrlng with colic toon eiprrleoce relief when rjiinmons Liter rlisulslor It administered. Adults alw derlte great IwneSt from llili nedlelne. It It not unpleasant It 1 harmless and ettectlte. Turrit- vegetable. lHlUtllle.... if a aril 1 10 " TKAlNHtlOINd 80UTII. Mi. nun. Ma SOLID TRAINS, WITH . f, flsl Itl.ADDKK and IilDXF.YS. Most of the diseases) of the Madder originate ftrtlore the action of from those of the kldnejrs. the Liter fully, and both the ktdnejt .and bladwill be restored. der Its-Taonljr the flKMTINK, whkli alwnts has on the wrapper the red 7. Trade Mark and afg Lie. lAolttllls. ....... .. Lte. Stanford Arr. UtiagMMi Lte. Laamuter. Arr lllchuwl, Pullman Sleeping Coaches'! Oa.Orthsrd ........ IMhn ,, 8 u . From LOUISVILLE To WASHINGTON, TiiriouoiiTiii: ... tijr 3 lo 1Q III I 10 ' " nature of Md br all Druggists. J. II. ZKII.I. A CO, PULLMAN PALACE CARS To Memphis, F.tnlgranls Piiir.ADKt.riiM. tKE"' Grandest Scenery in America! Connecting quicker and rales lower than rout. It It alsoth Ultle lloct, M.Ule, Monlgouisr, and New Orleans. loTciat bste tlielrtholroof tworoulrs: tla tlriupl.lior tla New Oilcans. Tim much any other oftiiiMaiwniiPW direct In Tenn. Depot for Y. QDI0KE8T, 0HEAPE8T AND BEST Itoute lo all points In Missouri, Kansas, Illinois, Indiana. Iowa, Nebraska, Oulerado. Arkansas. Onljr on change to Chicago, hi Louis and tUst. Tor fdither Information oIhiuI ticket to th Houth, Kanut, Colorado, an 1 raleat Tlortda. add.-e- s '. V. ATM O Ml:. (Jen Tm. sol Ticket il , Uulttllls, Kj. OrT J Anthony, Agl Blsuford. Kjr tb Concerning the raising of potatoes from sprouts : A pound of early potatoes was taken and allowed to sprout freely. 1 rom each potato a sprout was broken, and potatoes and sprouts were then planted in separato rows. Both grew well, and tho following is the re sult of the experiment : From the sprouts, which weighed in all half an ounce, 5 lbs. 5 ozs. of sound potatoes havo been obtained, and from the pound of potatoes 5 lbs. 4 ozs., showing n slight balance in favor of the sprouts. The sprout potatoes were the most regular in shape, the earlier in growth. Judging from the following dinloguo the opportunities of summer resorts will bo somewhat narrowed down during the coming season. "Take your arm away from my waist, please," said a society girl to her compauion, as they stood in an alcove after a warm waltz; "I am afraid you'll soil me." "Is a good reputation so sus ceptibleof iujury?" ho asked, sentimentally. "O, yes; but it wasn't that," she replied, "I was thinking of your moist hands on my satin dress. S Baltimore,Philadelphia&N. ThsOnlr Direct Una la Virginia mill (lie Citrolliiuw. Tickets are on sale at principal Ticket Offices, and at thf,eneAI llfltr orth ('. A I). lUllwar, at 3IO M'ral Jlnin .Street, I.oiiUt lllr. STILL LEADS WITH THE Tor further Information, adders 1 C. EHN8T, (ieneral Bouthwetlcrn Ageul, Loulstllle. Hhstbw Daugherty&Hyde ii.' w. titi.i.i:k. tlen'l Tau'r Ag'l. Surccssuii lo Daughcrljr A Holmes, r. w.NniTit, Utn'l Manarcr, IN1HEW0RL AND FOR NTAXI'OKI. - - KKXTIJCKY, Mini'iurrr aira or . SELL THE BEST BUGGY ON THE GLOBE THE MONEY. OF Fine Carriages, Buggies, SEND FOR CATALOGUE AND TESTIMONIALS HUNDREDSOF LIVERYMEN f Th a preparation Is purely vegetable and flee fnim all ih i (r injs or ItttiwrvMis iui.i,nf. mm It la arm utr y lu bung all k mds of wurius rrum tti human ayttein It Is not iiauseaiing to tb hum! ilfli. aieaiouiai It an.1 cblldren twill lake It as reality st llier ti I midsstrs, which should recmunu ml It to every housekeeper Parenuran apply II Willi safety, and siwrklln- - eyes, hsppy Ucn. and Inroot splrlta wHI unrons. lously eiptru lb gralilutto -of the llllln ones II It th mttiy lotake seertia Xrllfer- that Is siala ami sol I t.y dealera altaeuty hre cents Try a u.tile Manurartured by C. VtlDOHi: ro. Oatrt, trio Jlntn Htrttt. IHimtillm, Ky. I or salt In Dlsnlord by Tannr A MoALittaa. Ml STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, Dl TOT 8T.,bTANK01lD, KY., exten-tensivel- Deputy Sheriff Cobb, of Americus, Georgia, undertook to levy on Charles Mansion's raulo. The mulo was a no. toriously hard kicker; but Mansion offered to hold him alongside a fence from which the officer could get on his back. Just as this manoeuvre was almost accomplished, tho beast threw Cobb by a vicious plunge and kicked Mansion is now un him frightfully. Letter. fSan der arrest on chargo of obstructing s m A conceited snob was so fond of fine the lnw by tickling tho mulo in the clothos that he reveled in them by day nose with a straw, just at the critical But tho mule is still unand dreamed of them by night. Ono juncture. evening ho visited a lady and removed seized. his overcoat, etc., in the hall, prepar Harlem man Au absent-minde- d atory to entering tho parlor, when the bad been so much in tho habit offendlady heard him utter the followiug : ing his children to their mother when over"Hang there, you they preferred any request, that tho coat! " Pulling off his gloves and lay children nftcr a time took to going to ing them on the table, "Lay there her, as to headquarters. Ono day tho gloves!" ybu Placing his elder son, aged six, wanted to look at hat ou the rack and his cane in the a "picture book" belonging to bis fathcorner, "Stand thero you fifteen dol- er, and asked permission of his mothlar cane! Then entering the parlor, er, Sho replied, "Go and ask your he was about to sit down, when the father." "why," said the boy in as young lady pulled the chair from him, tonishment, "is ho the boss now ?" and as sho left the room, said, "Lay Timo briugs about great changes. t fool I" there, you John Bunvau. who was confined, in Ono ot Professor Blackie's stories jail in Bedford, England, twelvo years illustrates vory well tho extraordinary tor heretical aud schismatic proceedstrictness with which "tho Sabbath" is ings, at the instance of the authorities still observed iu some parts of Scot-lau- of the established Church of England, A young man goiug to church has now tho honor of a memorial win ono Sunday with an old gentleman in dow iu Elston Church. Thin tho Syke ventured to remark, after thoy martyrs become saints. mo had walked somo inilea in silence, that The room in the Frwcklyu cottago, it was "a beautiful day." "Yes, indeed, youug man," answered his corn, Elberou, in which President Garfield, pauiou; "it is a very beautiful day; died, is closed and draped heavily but is this a day to ba talking about with mourning, iu this condition, it is stated, it will always remain. days ?" fifty-dollfive-dolla- r two-cenm m 4 A novel hut profitable industry in the mountains of North Carolina nnd Ea.--t Tennessee, is that of collecting roots (mostly laurel). The roots are shipped to.. Philadelphia' and Boston and used for tho manufacture of door knobs and pipe bowls. The roots fre to 150 quently weigh from seventy-fivpounds. 1 hero is a constant demand nnd good prices are paid for them by e the ton. The dally experience of every one la that neglect of the bowel is the prime caiue of III health. Truliuiony of the lato Chief Juatire of Georgia i "I hare used Liver Itegulator for constipation of my bowel caused by a temporary derangement of the liver, for the last three or four year, nnd alwav nhen ucd according to the direction with Uceldeit benefit. I think It l a kooJ uiediolno for tho derangement of the liver, at leant such has been mr personal exiwrlence in the use of It. Hiram Warner, Chief Juatlct) of Geor(?ta." Kim-uioi- ii Enterprising urchins in New York past four year, ho them, and I hare BODLEY CO. . LjKJLHPL7,V1t"V tion. City are engaged in gathering cigar satisfaction lo all who tell a boughtmany more Ibla LANE & AWARDED great eipect to be able tn years. Trutllug Btumps from tho sidewalks and gut- season than any of foe pretlous you will be able to nil an orueru promptly, i au, ters, which thoy sell to persons who !GSI. A GRANDGDMBINATIOM. 1582, MciioLaa jiAMKi, .Iteryuian. use them in the Lafayette, ind. dry nnd nfterwards These 0ktlkmin: Wo hate been uilug and selling manufacture of cigarettes. BY THE So Interior Journal facta wcro developed in a caso beforo Tnnr surlr tn Clarke., ountr for ... past lour : . ,i'. , the ... ATLANTA COTTON EXPOSITION, year Wliu lun oest sailS'ariiuit w uurscivrs suu And tb UulivUla ON fHtlB Justico White, at tho Harlem Polico customer. Your bugglea are universally ac kuowledged by our cutloiuera to be the tery Imt Court, lately. for tha price that can be bought In th country. "Weekly Courier -Steam Engine and Saw Your Combination Spring buggy Upronounied Monkeys aro caught in Africa by by all to U tho finest, softrat, aud easiest riding Out year lor eW.no-t- vo pswrs for little mora wagon r use. Your llrewatcr buggy now lihlblied at Ailaut In JUL means of fermented beer. It is placed la ttrtalnlyIn without a rltsl. Tiklug all In tit Ibsu lb price of oue. Manufacturer of Steam Knglnes. JlolUri, Jly paying us 50 you will receive fur one year by tho natives within reach, and as we fearlcarly aay that your liuaglea tanuot bo Baw Mills, dang KJgsn, Lalh Machines, Hob your huma uir with the country for tyle, rlulsli, snd dura, ana opoge 3iaoninry, Buaiimg, uangeri, l. lb soon as ono monkey tastes it ho screams beaten In the truly, blllty. Youra (learlng, llrlitand Hour .Mills representative niwipipff of thacSoulh, and Hie brighlealand ablest Ismllr Weekly In the Tknnmt aMom. Send for hwclal llrcultr ofour .lo, I Tlaalatloa with ioy, and many answer his call. HprlogfielJ, Ohio, United Mates. Those who deslr to eiamlnaa hair lllll, ttMrli w asll for sauple copy ol Ih Thoy soon get too drunk to roalizo the can du so at Ihlsoffit. Uknti.iim(m: I liata had In lltery now for approach ot a person, and aro easily oter two yeara, and hate uot ut a dollar for repairs on Ibtui, and they look nearly aa good aa captured. 3 J tn S9ni",,Jr AdJri HllKsoa i.worth lUQU3fre. l I'om. Watuplsa Co., new. Hat bad buggies vt lateral oilier Tnrlland. Mslna and find uoue au Never put a ring through the gristle KuKgr Uompauy's buggies, good a lb Columbus llesixelfully, Special attention given to Plantation Ma of a pig's nose, but through the partiT. Ii UOiD. t'llt'UCII IIIIIKCTOUI. cuinary. juusiruieu urcwior jrrt: Conters, Ueorgla. tion botweeu the nostrils, as rings are I hate liaJ of your IlKVTI.kUIN! LANE & BODLEY CO.,t put in tho noses of bulls. Thero is uauufaiturehav The buggies entire sailifaction. V. J. B. ema, glvtu iu John Jt U uftt- - an., Cincinnati, MKTIIOUIST.HOUTII.-ltKthen littlo or no pain, the rings do not Thoy are the boat I ha veever used for th asm nlguta. iiuuday tkbool CRRA weeklu your own town Term sod 15 at . 00 A. M. J. H. blms, amount of money Your truly, tear out aud tho pigs cannot root. 5UU0Ufltfre. Aldreu II. IIalii.tt ACo, Woman's Ultslouary Hocloty meouher on lbsTha 1. Colliki, Liveryman. lit Tortlaud, Maine Joplln, Missouri. HuuJay In each mouth, at 9 Drowsier in n COLUMBUS (1 VHO HAVE USED THEM AND PHAETONS, OF ALL KINDS. 6. ft. WINE, c WAGONS Mooumenls, lleadstonwi, x nam U IUI etc , for ni:FEitENrK8 I havo arfTI.su K aide-b- ar handling joui wagon, ln phaetons, tho far they hate glteii entire Wc manufacture t'arrlsgea of all descriptions, employing only llrsl-claworkmeu and using only Irst-clanislrrlal, and sell al reasonable figures style, workmauihlp ami material rnnald red. iij ir.iunii t.in 1 ,v iiviii:. Tsblets.ae Maibl Work kloda of all eiecu-tedaneatly ; 3HTA Aaw . asHaM rtaV Y"JiaKX''sssssL' -- iM&li guar- igns ndestl- .iiaifstfuriilsh- ed on applica- ,ntcel. le- - GOLD MEDAL ,...,, ly 1 Journal side-ba- Couiler-Journa- , Courier-Journ- $200. - V (JgKit.K(i)it I have been connected with tha manufaclureofanddealtug lu Uugle fur fifteen year. Your work doe net look Ilk most factory work, but Is smoothly Mulshed lu wood, Iron piloting and Irlmmlng. Material used lu lb Culumbua lluggy Company' buggies ha proved to te ui lue beat, luey ruu uguu um; uu,i. thl county who hav bought your bugglea ar well Ideaaed. they give the best 01 lauaucil. ou. Your truly, E. K. Watt. WlucliMtrr, III. HIGOXLVsS LANCASTER, JKHISK! KENTUCKY. I'KOI'JUKTOIt. Dalles, frealdeul. BAITIST.-Ka- o'clixk. Mi. T. T. v. J. M. llautK. I'aator. ertlc aud Tourth Huudays, tuorulngaud Trarer Msotlug every Wednesday afternoon, Sunday tkhool it W.SO A. at, U. t. Harrow auperlulendeut. night, J01IX T. HKJHINS, -- Worship by tha CIIHIbTIAN.day. Treaehlug byrougiegatlon Cux Dr. J, W. on Irlrst aud Third Lord' day. Buuday Bihool Jos, bsrirame, Buperluttndent. at !. A FIUST Dealer for Lincoln and Garrard Oos, GLASS HOTEL l VI tvakrtlsUlltlr Tnuir J'w SH"" f Tliat tin """ftv aew i""f avllcllcd, aud sallafactlua (uariuleed. l. I'U UI 10 lull ....111. lli-t- f faOUTH.-ll- ev, pilHsJUYTEItlAN, I. H. roy, iastor. Sunday Bihool atMO. John W. llout, HuiwilutendeuU Uulon Travw Utatiugon Wednesday nights.