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STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JUNE Tho innovation of tho Pennsylvania Railway in its fast trains between Now York nnd Chicago suggests comparisons with lines abroad. Tho famous Flying Dutchman on tho Great Western Railroad, England, makes tho run from Loudon to Exclcr, 101 miles, in four hours and fourteen minutes. With four stops it attains a speed of almost 10 miles an hour. A train on tho Great Northern Road makes tho dislanco from London to Leeds, 187 miles, in four hours almost 17 miles an hour, with four stops. Tho train carrying tho Irish mail to Holyhead, over tho London nnd Northwestern lino, and dublied "Tho Wild Irish man," has now sunk into comparative obscurity with its rato of n littlo less than 40 miles an hour. Tho morning express on tho Great Northern Riad makes only four stops nlong tho lino 30) from London to Edinburgh, miles, nnd flics over thowholo distance in nine hours, with an nvcraga rato of d I miles nn hour; and on tho Midland line tho night Scotch express runs tho 125 miles to Glasgow with n speed of I0J miles nu hour. These aro the four swiftest trains in England, and, as will bo seen, tho Leeds express, NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 55. Bob W. T. P. WALTON. R. WALTON, .... Butlnttt Joti al Frankfort. - - Alitor and Proprietor Manager 1'iiMtnhnl Tirifii ,mf I'rlitnw, ttit.no PICIt ANNUAL Untie Mr l.rithrlni It's w.ll noii(h To goto Ilrolhrr lltrnn An1 I liNraHiMTmin' vaini. IUI, Lrtllirtlnd iWl Ixnk Ino Moth On roiiilof Mls; Thaftitur'a mlihljf loTillfl,an' soma that's gln' la nils. Th patlt'n i straight snl nsrrew tint, An' weliiml kVpll welt) I'ar nsrj lusn Isgelii' Ih Itrttra Korchrfflr tiWn'lill. to W a tlun's of IimiI TliirVl A MlWtnjIn' slats; An fllir ao't. jur llarnM'a Want II Ih, pmulr fata. lltt limn tl hncn'iji - Th) (t It. (l'n I'xlnn. How to Elect a President. A numlwr of our ahloat elntcitnen lmvo tlovote.1 much of llioir tlmo to tlio production of ciayi and tho preparation of measures intended to tho election of l'reoidcnts and Vico President of tho United .States; hut all of them hitvo grnpplod wi th tlio subject m if it was so abstruse that only some complicated machinery could reduce it to practical and just results. This has been tho common error of all our statesmen who havo attempted to provido against the defeat of tho popular will in tho choice of n President, cither by tho legitimate use or by tho ervoraion of tho eitn-plii- Klectorol I'ollego system, The Klcctoral Col lego system is n cumbrous machino that is liable to (luteal tho expression of tho peoplo even with honest direction, and opens the woy-fo- r the successful employment of chicanery or fraud. Tho Jederson lltirr contest of 1801, Iho contoit of I82.r and contest of 1870 nil the Tildcn-llnyc- s to admonish the stand as American people of the nbioluto fail ystetn ure nf tho Electoral College anil tho possibly of perverting it to tho meanest aims of mean ambition. It is not pretended that any of tho purports nhich wcro intended by the fathers of the Republic in creating tho Klcctoral College, havo liecn fulfilled. Instead of l'riwiilential Electors exercising a sound and patriotic discretion in the choico of u President and Vico President, our Presidential d finger-boards "You say you demand tho noblest typo of womanhood In your wife. If that is tho sort of woman you want, marry Nora Mulligan, your laund-rodaughter. Kho wears cotvhido shoes, is guiltloM nf corsots, novcr had niiokdayln her life, takes in washing, goes out homo c!ean!ng,,and oooks fbr a family of soven children. iter mother mm tlireo section men, who board with her, I don't think sho would marry you, becauso Con Re gan, tho track walker, is her stylo of man. Let us just oxamino into your qualifications as a model husband after your own matrimonial ideas, my boy. Can you shoulder a barrel of flour nnd carry it down to tho cellar? you saw nnd split ten cords of hickory wood In tho fall, so ni to havo ready fuel all winter? Can you spado up half nu aero of ground for a kitchen garden ? Do you know what will tnko tho slimy las to out of the new cistern, and can you patch the little leak in tho kitchen roof? Can you bring homo a pane of glass and a wad of nutty to repair tlio damagci in tho sitting-roowindow ? Can you hang some cheap paper on tho kitchen? Can you fix tho front gato so it will not bang? Can you do nny thing about tho houso that Con Regan can ? My dear boy, you seo why Nora Mulligan will havo iiono of you; tho wants a higher typo of truo manhood. You expect to hire men to do all man's Work alwut tho house, but you want your wife to do every thing that any woman can do. Relieve me, my dear of tho girls who play son, the piano and sing so charmingly, whom you, in your limited knowledge, set down ns moro 'butterflies of fashion,' aro lctlcr fitted for wives than you nrofor a husband. If you want to marry n first class cook nud oxericnced housekeeper do your courting in the intelligence oflico. Rut if you want a wife, marry tho girl you love, with dimpled hands and a face liko tho sunlight, nud her lovo will teach her all thce things, my lxy, long before you have learned one-haHurling-toof your own lesson." Hawkoye. nine-tenth- s lf n rati Railroad Line. To Whom Does All La , the Country Belong. old resident of Natchitoches, is tho possessor of ono of tho T.W.VABKON. "Washington and Independence." threo original copper cents, submitted ATTOItNKYM A-- T..A."V. to General Washington for his approSTANFORD, KY. val, ns a national currency in 1783. Offlr In ()w,lr A Hon'i new bullJlDf up italrt. Upon ono sido around tho bordor aro II. O.KAUPPMAN. , tho words. "Unity of Stales;" upon A.rr r,A.-vI.ANCASTKIt, KY. thn other a medallion head of tho Father of his Country, with tho words, Mutrr Comiul.iloD.r toil fountf AlUrntr. Will til tbaCouiUor Otrrartl anil ljolnlnf l' T. W.ft W. WAM.ACr.K.VAlinON. H. VAIiNON, M 'ROBERTS&STAGG OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, NTAM-OKI, A.'irroiiN.nv THOMAS 1. .rrlkln It rountiM and la ICY., IhsCouitof AppftU. tuiftt it nf 17 milna nn lintii- - ta tho fleetest of thorn all. Thrco out of tho four trains probably beat tho run ning time for tho samo distance on any other roads iu tho world. They aro nil, howovcr, far outstripped for a shorter distauco by tho train on tho Pennsylvania Railroad, which leaves Jersey City nt 1:10 i m , and makes tho run of 88 miles to Philadelphia in 100 minutes, with one stop nt'l ronton. TiiO(r)2 8 miles an hour made by this American train is probably without Will rrtctlra In Hi CourU thlt inJ Jjolntnf not Washington's." Tho sentiment tounla anil In lb Court otot Aprtli. Omr In Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, To Uwilej A Hon't dw bnlldlnf up ililra. was ns noblo as it was modest. Toilet a tut Vinrw Art trim, lloulm, fttatlonrru, Toltnrco anil t'lunrn, IFfiiP. whom the country belongs now is anAIjEX. ANDEHUON, l,tquom,AT, I'hu'lrtitii J'rrrrlitlon tntit 1'liur. other question. Nominally the posuinrrutlrul I'miuriitloim a T..A.W, " Ar'X'OIlNJSV session of the people, they havo realKprrlttltu. DANVILLK, KY,, ly but little to do with tho adminisWill pricllcdn tlm Courti of Bojl rod adjoining is only tho counlle and nflairs. tration of its It In tbe Court of Apealf. Fourth of July orators who indulge 'MABTRItBOW PEYTON, in tho scntimentalism that tho peoplo a1' X..A.W, AKOKXAMIItKRrARrIKrCOUHTT, of this country are its sovereigns. It LIIIKKTY. KY. belonged to Grant for eight years; it Will nractlra In ill thuCnurlfnf rju, inil ! and was kidnaped in 1870 and went with- joining countlci, giren In lh Court or Appeal!. lo collection, aitennon time ortr XIiIhNciv Mill, containing the Intent imtl out an owner; it belonged to Presi- U. T. 1't'rcn'i tor. dent Garfield from tho timo ho was DH. J. O. OAIU'BNTEH, shot until the final eccno at Elberon, KF.NTUCKY and then it passed into tho hands of STANFORD, tho Cameron-Arthu- r syndicate. What Ofllca over Kobl. 8. 1.jtlo'i ttore. 018c hour For niaiiiifacliiriiiK meal nntl Hour, Ih now in full oiicrnllon. 'c will grind Tor otisloiut'rH, Tor the prcHCiii, on TiiCHtliiy.'sVcd is to become of it finally, and whoth-e- r from 7 to 9 A. M. 12 to r. M.j 7 to 9 P. u. ncHday, Tlmrrt.hiy, Friday anI Nnliirdny of each vrrcl, nntl on tho chain of titlo will ever bo so C'onrt-Daj- H LEE Fr HUFFMAN, and all other public Iiijh. Wc Roliclt it liberal Nliare unsnarled as to vest at least a reverHUBOKON DJ3NTIWT, or natronnce and will endeavor to give entire Mittlsfacllon. sionary interest in tho hands of tho HTANFOUD, KY. people, aro queries that timo alone, OOc South lid Main Street, two doon abort fcc., lb Mrr with tho assistance of tho democratic PuraNllrou Hotel. (In administered whan reOlid Alvrayn on hand and for Mile. IIlRhcHt ciihIi price paid for Corn. solve. Post. Washington quired. party can It. C. MOKOAN, S. D. O. Wheat, tVc. OrderHlcft at Mill promptly attended to. is tho coin of which tho adoption was rejected by him with tho remark that "this was tho people's country, and jVa"JTItNi:V A.T Hllili, Jit., DRUGGISTS HTANHIKI), KY. Hi PHARMACEUTISTS, If BHHMUiV MIMM MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY 1 Flour, Meal. Corn, Bran, Shipstuif, McAIiIKTJE.lt fc parallel in the schedule titno of any railroad company on tho glolw. On Iwth the American and English railroads it must also bo remembered that for short stretches of straight track, with good roads and favoring grades, u speed of 00 miles is not very unNational Car Ruilder. common. Vinegar. Electors are the mere puppets of party, and it would now cost any 0110 his life if ho wero to exercise hi own discretion, however just and patriotic, and thereby elect n President against tho wiilie of his party. The Electos ral College system is, therefore, n and dangerous circumlocution, and it is tho duty of tho best of nil parties to unite- for its overthrow. Thcro is a aimnlo and just method by which tho people could elect Presidents without more than a tithe of tho debauchery and demoralization which ure now common In such contests and that U for the people of tho whulo Union to voto directly for President mid villi judicious safeguards for tho determination of tho legal,,, voto of each State, ami the men elected who reccivo tho largesi'nuiuberof votej. There is no reason1 why a "government of tho people, by tho peoplo and for tho jicoplo" should have cumbersome elec toral machinery that can accomplish nothhig beyond the possibility of defeating the popular choice; and tlicro can Imi no reason, to forbid a direct vote for our highest ofiices or tho commission of those who reccivo tho largest KpuInr support from tho peoplo ot tho cntiro nation. Such ti system of electing Presidents and Vico PrcsidcuU would end tho corruption nud demoralization which run riot in Ohio, Jniliaua mid other pivotal .Slates in Presidential contests, nnd it would mako a Democratic voto in Vermont or a Ilepuhlican vole in as important nsnny other voto in nny other State. Tho very liest system of electing Presidents is the simplest systom n direct voto fur the candidato and tho highest popular voto to olect. Philadelphia 'limes. uso-lesMates-inaoship o it. (lovernor Sherman, of Iowa, who is visiting at Kluiiru, N. Y., said to n rcMrlor there the other day: I faw Prwident Carfielil a day or two in Cleveland. You need not look astonI really saw him not inspirit, ished hutinhisnwn form and features. I bad visited his tomb to do homago to the spot where the martyr President was sleeping. The watchman in charge on learning wheuco I came nud who I wns, asked mo if I would liko to see tho President. I was as greatly sur prised as you can be. Ho simply showed mo he was iu earnest, invited mo into the tomb, unscrewed and removed tho lid from that sacred casket, and thero lay Genera! (J.irficlil before me, 1114 as ho looked tho day of his funeral as if in aweary, unrefrediing I was surprised, tor, despite sleep. tho omanciiition of those noblo features, I was at once struck with tho likeness to tho general as I had seen him alive. I nrcsumo that years willows cro tho preserving traces of tho embalmcr's work will havo been removed trom all that if left on earth of Cnrfield. He was a great man, and it shows in his calm though pain shrunken features still. How Carfielil Loo employed in France, which converts cider or other liquids into vinegar much more expeditiously than do ordinary practices, prefaces the iirocess with preparing the barrols or casks by first scalding with water anil next injuring into them boiling vinegar, rolling tho barrels ami allowing them to stand on their sides two or thrco days, until they become thoroughly saturated with the yiuogar. This preparation over, the barrels aro filled about one third full with strong, pure vinegar nnd two gallons of cider. Every eight days thereafter two gallons of cider aro added until tho barrel is full. In fourteen da) s after tho but two gallons are added tho wholo will havo liecn conof which verted into vinegar, is drawn ofl and the process of filling with cider begun ngaiu. Iu Summer tho barrels during tho procoss of are exposed to the rays of tho sun, nnd in cold weather nro stored wheroa uniform temperature of about eighty degrees can bo maintained. method two-third- s one-thireon-versiI A BENTIHT, Richard Rcid was nominated for AVH1IU Will be In Stanford two week! Judge of tho Superior Court by tho of each month, from fint Monday. Dental rooms McA'liter Democratic Convention which met at In St. Asaph AtHotel, orertwo weeksof A llrlgbt's. each month (See sign. lncaster Lexington on Wednesday last. The Iroui third Mondajr Dental rooms In Manonliouse. See sign.) I'ure nitrous ozld gas administered successful candidato is alwut forty-thrc- when necessary. years of age, a nativo of Scott county, educated in Kentucky schools and at tho Georgetown College Ho is a good lawyer, a man of cultivation, who weirs a clean shirt, witli no habI will dell er Irs every morning lo regular cusits that degrade him, an honest man in tomers In Stanford and vlclnltr as low as any one else. It ran be bad at any hour during the day at personnl transactions, who does not J. N. Darla' near Depot. Accounts due need the office or seek it merely for the at the end of erery week. It. K, HA It HOW. money that is in it, and whoso name is not so covered witli filth that ho requires a packed convention to give him n fictitious character and a spuriDesiring West offer to sell mr beautiful ous importance. Ho fairly won the little fsrm to go100 andIodd acres, well Improved of a nomination for Judgo of tho Court of and abundance of stock water, and InIha high atate turnpike of cultivation, lying Immediately on Appeals in iSTJ, but was rohhed ot between Stanford and Lancaster, S miles Iroui from his victory by fraud accompanied by Manloid aud 3 milesCreek Lancaster, and ) of a Deiat. mile from tlllberls circumstances that looked liko bribeT. KirrllEUr'ORO, Ullterts Creek, Ky. ry. He will make a good Judgo and wo hopo may b elected without opposition. For one wo shall support him Maysvillo Eagle. right heartily. o 4C2-t- f Richard Reid. SAT.TiKE. ICE!! ICE! ICE! store-roo43-- tf Il&ttflMfM --v llaveJtiHt received and will Keep coiiHlantlj' on hand a fresh line of the choiecHt Groceries,Confectioneries, FAIWEIImIT All IHSIKAJCIElMItM or which they will supplies, ! r Soil -- at the Tory Lowest Possible Margin. iiImo They are agents for the sale of MaUinglj'M superior Woolen floods and "VnriiH. TO THE PUBMC. FURNITURE . & UNDERTAKING B-s- villo lady is getting up a novelty in the Hue of an autograph quilt, which and Hard ware stock ol lisle A Nunnelley, and will sho proposes to rafilo ofl for tho benefit continue the business at the ssme stand. Their of Mrs Sam Townsend tho widow of old clerk, Mr. K. T. Rochester, will be with me tho officer shot the other day. Sho and wishes to have Ma filends to remember him has sent a square of cloth to all tho as usual. Trusting by low prices and fair dealing An Autourai'ji Quilt. A Lead I desire to announce to the people of Stanford and vicinity that I have purchased tbe Grocery Mwiiii Street, B. K. WEAKEN, - Stanford, Ky. Mr. Owens, a word with you please: The poDpleare satisfied yon arc a very brilliant young man; thoy know you havo served with distinction in tho Kentucky House of Representatives, inn linvn nvpn been thn nresidinir nil! cor of that distinguished body; thoy aro wonuoriuiiy improsseu wuu mo resemblance you near 10 ino laio ionn (). llrrrkinridpa when an iisniriiiir youug man like yourself; they nro tivpti willini' to conceuo to voti ovorv accomplishment and virwo ciaimeu by your .most extravagant admirers,! out, iiiny, tno iimo iiasn t como yet for you to represent tho Ashland District in Congress. Oil. no, uot by a largo majority. Possibly at soino limn, mviiv oil in tho sweet bv and by, you may be called, but not now. lime Urass unpper. fa-tu- Wit'Kini middlf-iige- d PAitAdiurn. Kcutuckian, When who a has The grand old party that freed tho slave, saved tho Union, paid tho national debt oud insures good crops you know tho rest, gontlo reader is robbing the cradle and tho gravo to keep itself iu power. It squeezed funds out ot tho littlo pages iu Congress that's tho cradle; and n "voluntary contribution" from a Springfield armorer, flvo years dead that's tho grave. Wo shall sco another revolution ono of these days a full grown political ouo unloss these proceedings on tho part of Uubboll, Ilalo it Co, aro frowned down by the decent element of the Republican parSpringfield Republican. ty, cam-iiaigu been devoted from boyhood to racing hortes nnd fighting game chickens, "gels roligioii," somo remarkable developments may bo expected. Gen. Abo Huford'was recently converted by an itinerant preacher and gavo up sports for thrco mouths. Then ho bo- can backsliding ami now lio is engaged in getting up "a truo Church of Christ, with n turt attachment." It ho could secure tho services of Adi ronduck Murray ho might mako tlio San Francisexperiment n success. co Chronicle. Tho dilfcr-enc- o in time between Now York and London is a curious featuro iu ocean telegraphy. The Loudon banker is in the full swell of traflic at the timo when tho New York agent is just thinking of "getting up." At noon the London markets aro cabled to this city.whero thoy nrrivo at 7 o'clock lit a (IVU II UIV niMviiinr lJW 1aJ IIIU UllJ rtT rim tiiitnrt ilnf Tim London ngent of the Now York press telegraphs tho most important news issued iu tho London TtmnatCt o'clock in tho morning. It reaches here at 1 o'clock of tho sumo morning, just in time to bo inserted in the American journals, whoso readers havo tho samo matter that tho Londoner digests with his breakfast. This is doing a, little better than oveu "taking time by the forelock." It is getting ahead of him Now York in a prodigious manner. Letter. Tho sponge divers along tho Florida coast havo begun to adopt nu innova tion that may work a great cuango in their business. This is tho artificial propagation of sponges. It has been found that this can bo done by cutting tho live sponge into small pieces, attaching them to small pieces of rock, and sinking them to proper depths In threo years iu suitablo locutions. each piece will attain a marketable sue. A Ocean Tklkukawiy. American celebrities, with tho request that they return tho same with thei r autograph and n sentiment endorsed thereon. The result has been quite flattering, nnd she has amassed already Some of the requite a collection. turns have been witty, und some fraught with good common-sense- . Denver Tribune. Tho Stanford iNTr.niou Journal is shocked because Rro. Barnes rodo about Frankfort in the landeau presented to Gov. Blackburn by tho gamblers of Louisville as a token of their appreciation of bis philanthropic remission of fines imposed on them by tho courts. Our contemporary is probably not aware that Rro. B. first aunointed tho axles of tho vehicle with Breckinridgo News. oil. In 1SG1 I ml., to retain all the old patrons ot tbe store, and win a great many more, I am, respectfully, V. T. Stanford, Juuel, 1SS2. GREEN. CRAB ORCHARD I have bought out my brother,. K. II. Wenreii, and will continue the Furniture nnd Undertaking business at the same stand, in the St. Asaph Hotel building. I will keep a full stock ol Furniture of every description and sell at iigurcs that cannot be beaten. My stock of Collins and Caskets will be comprehensive. Shrouds and Ilobcs always on hand. I also repair Furniture and do carpenter's job work. (Orders by telegraph promptljr attended to.) B. K. WEAREN, WILL BE OPENED! To (Isold friends and to Ibe public on w. -- m KCA.S mmm T THE- - THE 15th DAY OF JUNE for Tin: GFJIH MUD Mr. Mains, of Huntington, paid SI for a walnut tree, and sold it for S05 to a party who sold it UNDRlt AN to M. C. Crane, now a lumber dealer, 257 Eastern nvenuo, Cincinnati, for $700. Mr. Crane sold it to Mr. P. M. Eutirely New Management. Dingly, of Now York, for 82,200, who had it cut into veneering by Hains, of that city. Tho total receipts ot this Gen. Jas. F. Robinson, of Lexington, Manager. veneering were $27,000. M The office in charge of Mess. John A Hart county Bcribbler speaks of Fleet and 0. F. Moore. Wolford ns being "rude and uncultiHo is neither. He is polite vated." of manner, decent in behavior, temRATES OP BOARD : perate in his habits, and possesses a mind. Ho Per Way 2.50 cultivated and is a hard hitter on tho stump, it is ll.OO Week true, but he never stoops to rudeness (SSdaj'M) 15.00 Brcckiuridge News. Per Month nnd vulgarity. &EASOX OF 1SS2! Water Elevator. Destroys All Water Insects; Draws Fresh Water from Bot- 4am3 - JHawawH tom of Oistero; Has No Tubing and Does Not Freeze. Foulest Cisterns Made Pure by This Elevator. well-store- d lcr CHII.DRKN AND NU11SE3 HALF PRICE. will shut down his pardon mill for tho rest of his term ho will do much towards making men obey tho laws nud respect tho rights of their fellow men. . . . If tboghostof If Gov. Hliickburn George Libs should haunt the Judges of the Court of Appeals it will bo to remind them that they aro responsible for tho manner in which his life Catlettsburg Democrat. was taken. A recent glauce tittho U. S. census nf 1RM1 mi.i1I tlio curious fact that thero then remained ten slaves in Vermont; IO0 iu Rhodo Island; 1000 in Connecticut; 18,000 in Now Jersey; 10,000 in Now York, und 2,000 in Pennsylvania. Thero wero 100 in New Hampshire in 1700. "Tommy," aaid a mother to her old lioy, "you must not interrupt mo when I am talking with ladies. You must wait till wo stop, mid then you can talk." "Hut you never stop," rctortod tho lioy, seven-- i Ah if money enough has not been voted awny to pensioners, tho ITouso has passed another ono of thoso littlo hills giving u pension of 810 a month to sailors or boldiers who lost an arm or a leg iu the servico of tho United StuteH. It is alleged that this gratuity will add 81.C0O.00O to tho pension Professor Morley says "A great iu list ti year. It will Irasafo to multiply that by ton, judging from tho oxpor tellcctuul figure will nriso iu tho near ieuco tho country has had with tho futuro, destined to occupy u niche bo Arrearages Hill, This pension nppro sido Dauto nud Shukspearo und prlution business has run into tho most Goethe." Ah, thank you, thank you, professor; you nro too flattering; but coiitomptihlu dcmiigoguery ever nnd this Congress figures us como in, put your hat on tho table the most demagogical and oxtruvugnut and stay to dinner. You wcro sav I Ing ? we have over had. Hawkoye. The ofiicoof Superior Judgo was for tho purnoso of helping to discharge tho work of tho Court of Appeals. The duties of tho Appellate Court became too burdensome and to roliovo it tho I.egislaturo created three Superior Judgeships, and theso ofiices will probably lio permanent in tho State. roiasgow Times. Yes, und to givu Judgo Hargis moro tiuio to assist in political and wiro pollings. cro-atc- year Mr, If. W. Merton, of Ojwcko, K, ',, to vrlti: "My wifa h& bti-i- i tjhe millered rfi'ut lieallli and Ktrriiglli. iiiiny voir from Indirection, rouiplleated I never w with female trreuUrtltc for lips so red and ei!(!ijil' JMN. lic-- As Gov. Blackburn, of Kentucky, has at last consented that a convicted EVERY COMFORT AND LUXURY, murderer may bo hung, it is likely Lako Ice Included, will that nftcr a while visitors can pass they are assured that Inbe supplied to guests, and every requisite of a Hotel th Management doea not lutend to be over his Stnto without carrying a shotCincinnati aurpassed by any In America. gun for convenience. W. O. WELCH. Enquirer. Trustee For n long timo there was discussion ns to whether a dentist was a mechauio or a doctor. It was agreed Hj that ono under tho hands of a dentist must be patient, and runs a risk of dying, ami for that the dentist is callCD ed a doctor. Tho clergymen of Latupassas sup za ply tho prisoners iu jail with manucro read during their script sermons to K leisure hours. Tho way of the transToxas gressor is hard, very hard. Siftings. M A woman in Liurencoville, Quebec, 70 years old, recently gave birth to a child, who bids fair to live to comfort its parents in their "declining years." -- 4 Government bonds at present prices m net tho owners 2J por cent, interest za a low rato for money. .' first-clsu OVER ONE HUNDRED Now in Uso in This County. Try Ono, and If Not Satisfied, It Will Be ken Back. Ta- o O o o w ? 0 P cow & a Lg .. a 2 td o o r-- r- o o o r -a v w CD 3 H5 Q Ui W o o CO a CO is o 03 1 3 P " O Pj o & 5 1 o o V I H ".' proved in health and appearauces by u.Iiil' llrown'n Iron Kitten. It strengthens mind and hotly, brighten the eye, give rosy Naturally pile Invalids are greatly Im- w 4 c? VM O o o cheeks, and creates a perfect picture of health, strength and beauty. CD a. Q icy. Tuesday Morning, rV. P. WALTON, -- Juno 27, 1882 EDITOR The -- So far ns Superior Court Primaries. wo havo been able to learn for Superior Judge arc as follows: Pl&rA Richards, Louisvillo and Jefferson county, 70; Madison, 10; IJut-lit- t, Oldham, 2; CarI; Henry. Trimble, C; Green, roll, 7, Nelson, 9; 3; Spencer, I; Shelby, 0; La Ruo, C. Total, 132. For Runlett, Lincoln, 4; Rockcastle, J; Garrard, Cj Boylo, C; Henry, 1; Washington, 7; Taylor, 4. --Total, 32. For Duvall, Lincoln, 4; Marion, 8; Woodford, Cj Franklin, 9; Henry, 2; Oldham, 3. Total, 32J. This shows Mnj. Richards to havo an instructed voto of more than enough to;eIect him on the first ballot, and of coiine tho Danville Convention will be but a stupid affair. Mr. Rurdett made a gallant fight and deserved a better fate, but Maj. Richards was backed by an unseen yet powerful hand, nnd tho result was as Judge wo have all along expected. Alvin Duvall was no doubt tho best qualified man for tho position, but ho failed to make an activa canvass, besides it was charged that ho was too old to discharge tho duties of the office. The prospectivo nominee is a bright young man, well read in tho law, ami will do his level best to make a trood iudco and we havn't a doubt but what he will succeed. Oscar Tuimr.n has announced him to Congress and self for says: "If any neeetsily for united action of tho democratic party should arise, or if tho democratic party should thiuk it advisable, I will cheerfully submit to a primary election to bo held at the various precincts at the August when every democrat can, election without inconvenience, express his choice forarcpresentative to Congress." Oscar, of courae, will judge of tho necessity himself, and will do liko he did before, go it on an independent ticket if he sees his own party is liko-lto cliooso a more consistent leader, which wo hope it will decido to do. !; An exchange says that the sum ($100,000,000) appropriated by Congress for pensions last week, is greater by (2,000,000 than tho amount which will le required during tho cur rent fiscal year to pay tho interest on tho Federal debt, and this is hut tho entering wedge. Thcro is no nation on tho earth, however rich or prosperous it may be, which can tako so large a yearly sum from tho earnings of industry without gravorisk and without apprehension. Tho Republican majority in Congress havo evidently mado up their minds to do two things; To spend tho surplus money in tho Treasury, and to maintain ths present grinding rato of taxation. They nro running a pcaco establishment tipona war footing. Tho end of such folly it is very easy to predict: thero will bo another season of panic and business Prosperity, oven in this fa distress. vored land, cannot keep paco with such profligacy. The Louiavlllo Commercial admits that it doe, not advocate mixed schools but approves of tho colored Conven tlons platform denouncing tho scpara tlon clause. This appears to us a lit tlo mixed but as tho editor of that paper never, liko his friend Tom Henry, takes any thing to befuddle his brain wo suppose wo must bo mis taken. Still wo think that it might mako its position a littlo moro consistent. In diccussing tho election probabilities tho Richmond (Vn.) Stale says: If a hundred nnd sixty thousand white democrats can't beat n hundred and twclvo thousand negroes with thirty thousand whito Mahoneites added, making nt tho most 112,000, why they ought to givo up voting altogether, and turn tho old Stato over to tho negroes to do ns they plcnso with it. Tho Malley trial is still dragging its weary length along nnd it is feared that Guitcan will not livo to see it through. MOTES At Denver, George M. Wood was hung for murder, and at I'lalte Point, Texas, four cow boy were lynched for cattle stealing. Nine In one day Is doing pretty The Louisville Oimmrrcittl tells this "pretty Mor?" of Judge Hargls: Rev. Geo. O. Ilirne captured .lodge Hargls, of the Appellate Pencil, last night under peculiar While this reverend circumstance. wa exhorting a colored man went to the front to rnnfej. Ilrother llarnes then said he Intended trying a little moral courage on the people; tint he knew that the devil had made tho distinction between the soul of a negro and a white man, nnd he wanted to see if any one had the moral courage to come to th altar of God and stand side by side with this colored brother, and what Kecno 1'ritchard is wont to boy of destiny" walked call "The forward and snt down bv the colored man Ilrother llarnes shouted "Praise the Iml!" and there was a general Inclination on the part of the audience to applaud. rt blue-eyed BRUCE, well. C RUPLEY, jvtarisn.oaEijivxsrT a? .a. n. H NTANFOltlt, hstrllrl WARREN & CO. TsVsi this OfipHtinllv of Hunk Ing his l tans In Ntn'rl sit viilnily for thrlrlllwrsl support, snl k (his mi) In I lis season, WfortMnf culled s flrnl ds-si- l hopes tortUIn II, ailift ovrr, anil It I If V., o art, In-"- ftomthsto'ltf Comprises Everything that is IIew Hatsl." amlins.lsln flral-dai- s Ksrttltn Makrrs Thcj will (hitting ami Impairing null sn.l promptly "Inns. JIW. HKVKHANCB. lrnt ilvls. Ills motto To a It. OHIWAIII.T. I). II. UtlMIBTON, S & M ANNOUNCEMENT! 1882. The Bronston scandal was tho oc- ,f Only 05 failures wero reported to New York last week, a smaller number than for many months. The talk about a reprieve for Quiteati has pretty much died out, and matters are moving along toward the hanging, e Doraey, the a winder, has decided to bring suit for damage) against a number of paper', including the TnBNew York Commercial and Ft If the Army retiring bill as passed by nancial Clironicle talks sensibly when the Senate should become a law, General it remarks, "What a marvelous short Sherman will have to go out In 183 1, Gen. I88S and Sheridan in 1S9,). sighted, thing it is for a legislator to Hancock in In a fit of the Equity have as his rule of action hostility to Judge of the District of Columbia threw banks fettering tho crowth of tho a bundle of papers nt an offending attoronly department of business which ney's head, but apoligized before the latovery single merchant and business ter could get in his work. The attempt to break the Virginfa man in tho whole country is person ally interested in having free and tax law on aaiuple merchants by appeal to the United State courts ha failed, Judge calling such a policy popular! His Hughe, at Richmond, having decided that mistako evidently arises in supposing the law is not unconstitutional. these questions nre chiefly of inter The bunko man who played it on est to banks, whereas the capital which Hon. Charles Francis Adams to the tun bank officers hold at tho people's ser- of $20,000 has been compelled to return vice to day, can and will find employ the checks he got from him, and sutler a sentence of five years in the penitentiary. elsewhere, if its free ment A tidal wave, two mile, wide and dom or its profit is taken away." eleven feet higher thau the surface of the Gov. Blackburn confessed to Bro. The republicans in the Seventeenth lake, swept over the lake front at CleveBarnes and straightway went and land Friday, drowniog a sleeping tramp signed pardons lot three Estill county Ohio District, tho ono that Private and destroying $30,000 worth of property. scamps under ten years sentence each Dalzell aspired to represent, nre havSome time ago, which Michael Welsh forntpc, for which they had been but ing o mo trouble in selecting a can wag in a car unloading good-- i at the depot recently convicted. The same day didate. The Private waa dropped ear- on filching Itailroad, IbUon, the oir was tho Court of Appeals reversed three ly in the action but after three days run into, and he received permanent in was awarded $0,000 murder casus in which the accused balloting, during which 37G wero ta- juries. Saturday he damages. had been sentenced to terms in the ken, the Convention was no nearer a It ia "low proposed to ask Congress for penitentiary from 15 years to n life decision than at first and it adjourned an appropriation for having the remains time. Thus is justice thwarted and in disgust. UpdegrafT, the present of the Jeannette crew, found by Engineer more argument established in favor of member and leading candidate, seems Melville, transported to this country for mob law We would suggest to the to havo been spending his shekels proper interment in place selected by mohj however, that they begin work freely among the delegates nnd on the their families. There hag been another Iowa tornado, testimony of one or more, a commitat the fountain head. wrecking villages and farm building. Ac cording to reports a number of persons Tin: Apoldic Times is grieved tee of investigation was ordered. over tho fact that Mr. Barnes has The first annual meeting of the were injured, and probably a few killed. It is as plain as daylight that Cospoken of Mary, who chose that bet- Kentucky Bar Association, which was Illinois has been visited by wind and hail, storms, and Minnesota by heavy rains. llector Robertson docs not expect to ter part that could never bo taken held in Louisville last week, was atRev. 11. Moffat t Neil, acting pastor of hold office much longer under the from her, as a alut, yea, a dirty old tended by representative men from tho Presbyterian church, Brooklyn, is ac present administration. lie says: slut. This was a littlo rough in all parts of the State, and was a de- cused of having forged his certificate of 'While I am here, no man shall ho speaking about a lady and Mr. Barnes cidedly pleasant and profitable occa- ordination and his credentials. He is ve- dismissed or in any wny interfered of political owes her and her numerous friends an sion. A number of able speeches ry popular with the congregation, which with for the dense is al- were made on questions of present im- has largely increased since his installation. assessments." Mr. Robertson is apology; Space in this paper A woman in Florida has been found ly ignorant of the first duties of his ways hk command, as has been portance, and the result can be but who is the mother of 27 living children, position. lie will be asked to step abundantly proven, either to praise beneficial to tho fraternity. A sump- and a man on the Blue Ridge in Virginia ashore. Chicago limes, the governor or to lecture tho editor, tuous banquet at the Gait House was is living with his ninth wife, and is the This is the way that a dutch farand wo hopo he will make tho amende one of the features of the occasion. father of 53 children. These have mer advertises for a lost calf: "Rund obeyed the biblical command, in- avay; one red and vito calf. His tu honorable to Miss Mary. Next year tho meeting will again be crease and multiply. be hind legs vas plack, ho vas a sho Joe Blackburn is evidently of the held in Louisville, tho time to be hereMr. Obey Owens, Receiving Teller of calf. Enipotti vot prings him pack fixed by the Committee. the Third National Hank, of St. Louis, got five tollnrs.- - Jacob Zuddening, opinion that there is more in W. U. after Owens' candidacy against him for Cincinnati paper that can hard was arrested on the charge of having em- Clear Creek, tree miles behint to A Congreee than is generally belioved, ly wait for Friday so great is its de bezzled $150,000 of the funds of the bank. bridge" Owens' operations have extended over a A scientific professor records the lor he has deserted his post at Wash sire to have Guiteiu hung, says it does period of several years, and have been ve- following singular instance of self- ington to repair his fences at home, "not credit the story that President ry successfully concealed. cannibalism : Ho cut in two a male Ho spoke yesterday at Owen ton, the Arthur shed tears when the lawyer The ' Senate ha plated the bill 1o re- - cricket, and immediately the fore home of one of tho contestants, Jere who ia advertising in the assassination charter National Hanks by a vote of 31 to part, probably experiencing a sensaLilian!, and last night at New Liber caso pressed borne the executive res 13. The bill is nearly the tame as that tion of emptyncss, turned upon the ty. If Joseph can do any good for ponsibility. This is no crying mat passed by the House, the principal amend- hinder part and devoured it. the party at Washington, he had bet- ter, and no caso in which tnere is a ment being to put gold and silver certifi Tha suit of James Gordon Bennett cates on the same footing, and to prevent of Now York, to recover ter go back. Wo'll guarantee his re- shadow of doubt as to the thing to be discriminations by the Clearing-house- s in vs. the City 318,303 bnlanco duo for advertising in election by a vote more than of both done. The one thing to do is to hang respect to gold r certificates. the Herald, ended last week in a verof his competitors. the murderer." As an Instance of the magnitude of dict for tho plaintiff. Tho Herald' Phil. Thompson's speech against some of the transactions of the New York bill for tho year 1881 for corporation Tin: statement is going tho rounds merchants, it may be mentioned that the advertising was 814,824 80. of the press that the Court of Appeals Kelley's bill to reduce the tax on house of Sawyer. Wallace it had confirmed tho decisions in the ca whisky and beer, has received many Company a few days ago sold to an agent A Missouri judgo has decided that a husband is responsible fur what his ses of Neal and Craft couvicted and compliments from tho daily press, it of the Italian government 12 241 hogsIf this ruling is sustained heads of leaf tobacco, at the rata nf $150 wife says. sentenced to death for raping nnd being conceded that it was tho best a hogshead, the bill amounting to $1,830,-000- . thcro will not bo over a dozen married speech made during tho present murdering the Gibbons children at men in Missouri by tho end of the Ashland, hut it is authoritatively de session of Congress. We shall givo The seceding fiction of the Nashville shooting season. Chicago Tribune, nied. 'A portion of tho Court has some extracts front it iu our next is Democratic convention held a meeting, A chap who so"t us a poem beginlistened to speeches by sx.Scnator Malley, been too busy attendiug to political sue. ning "When twilight dews aro fulling General Jacxson, Editor Doak and others aflairs to perform tho business for The President and cabinet, after u fast upon the rosy lea" has since marreaffirming the State Democratlo platform ried Rosa Lee, nnd now the weekly which he was elected and it may be full aud fair discussion of tho Guiteau of 18S0, and approved the legislatives set- dues are falling faster upon him. months yet, as vocation is near at cose, havo refused to grant the reprievo tlement of the debt at It hand, before the cases are reached. Few irirla. it has been discovered by prayed for, so between the hour of 11 was decided to oall a general convention one who has tried it, secure perfect A. M. and 2 I. M. of next Friday, tho on July 11. Senator Wade IIamiton has Jessie Nixon, of Muncie, Ind., had a happiness as clergymen's wives. Thoy. will suffer tho penalty tired of public life and wants to retire miserable man buggy stolen Friday uight, and Saturday never go to tho circus and only sco nu ho so justly deserves tho "remover" so as to spend the evening of his days captured the thief, near Parker. He animal show onco in a will bo removed by tho hempen line. in peace und quiet. lie has publishplaced hira on a train and tied his leg toThere is to bo a peach crop in Deled a .letter decliuing tho many flatterThe notion of Madison couuty in gether to bring him to Muncie jail. When aware, alter all. Tho prevarications ing calls made on him to becouio a refusing to endorse their neighbor, near there the thief jumped from the train about tho Deluwuro peach crop have candidate fur Governor of South Car Burdott, is explained as tho spiteful and broke his neck. From papers on Ids como to bo iilmost ns ronuukablo as person it was found his name was Frank tho lien of tho olina.. trick of a small cliquo towards Gov. Stratton, of North Lebanon, Clinton coun vfree of Charge. TuEterms of twenty-fivSenators McCrcary, who was not in the county ty, Ohio. Vulit, AilU-uiAll psneiistuircrlivrruiaCuughi, Four negroes, two for arson and two at the timo. end I en tho 3rd of next March, 11 llrwitlillli, Imi f Voire, or suy slkctlou of premie; of tlioT'ir-s- t sul Lungs, ar requeNtul to tall at democrats and ten republicans, nnd Tha Court of Anneals, after fritter, for murder, weiehm.g.iu-lhStore abj ta Trial 2,000 people nt Klngtree,B. O., Friday, I'wujr --.UsAllster'sDrug .. ,. , the prospects are that the next Senate , Discovery for IWItU ...b .... ..- - .. .v ... ....... w ...... am four were workeJ ouitlrom the same free of of King's New will com Iocs Uuntuuitton, iktiu bf Its clurge, blb willMbo republican without counting political pursuits, has broken dowinind gallows. Oue of theailwa wouun who merits suit show what a regular Davi'dlDavis or tho traitor Mahouo. adjourned for tho Summer. confused to the murder of her halt sister. Call atly. "FIv-noison.star-routCburirr-Jburnai. y edi The Transcript published the scandal and the jYcia didn't, but expressed itself freely against the papers that did. Tho Transcript retorted that the Neics had failed to publish tho matter cither through fear, favor or forjhush-monoy- , Next day tho two editors met, ox changed a few blows acd wero sepa rated. Later they camo together again nnd had a regular Btand up fist and skull fight, which ended in Mr. Flem ing of tho Transcript coming out see ond best, and Mr. Folk of the Xeics wearing the honors. Both wero ar rested and fined beforo tho l'olico Court. casion of a couplo of Lexington tors mashing each others noses. OF CURRENT EVENTS. ' There are 9S0 dally papers published in the United States. boy It to swing in d A Louisiana for murder. Stoneman has been nominated for Gov ernor of California after thres days ballot lng. The House passed a bill to appropriate $33,000 to continue Arctic Kxplora-lion- . foiirteen-yetr-ol- There wero onco four flics, nnd ns it happened, they wero hungry ono morning. Tho first settlcd upon n sausngo of singularly appetizing np pcarance nnd mado n hearty meal, but ho speedily died of intestinal inflammation, for tho sausago was adulteraTho second fly ted with aniline. breakfasted upon Hour, and forthwith succumbed to contraction of tho stomach, owing to tho inordinato quantity of alum with which tho flour had been adulterated. Tho thin! fly was slaking his thirst with tho contents of a milk-jug- , when violent cramps suddenly convulsed his frame, nnd ho soon gavo up tho ghost, a victim to chalk adulteration. Seeing this, tho fourth fly, muttering to himself, "The sooner it's over tho sooner to sleep," alighted upon n moistened pieco of paper cxhib iting tho counterfeit presentment ofn death's head, and the inscription, Annlyiue tho tip of " his proboscis to this dovice, tho fourth fly drank to his heart's content, grow-inc- r moro vieorous nnd cheerful at ov ery mouthful, although expectant of nis enu. uui no urn noi inc. uu mu contrary, ho throvo and waxed fat. was adulYou see, even tho terated. ITrom the German. Seven wives wero murdered by their husbands in n sinclo day. At Jack- sou. Mich., a wifo called in n police mnn to protect her, whereupon tho husband shot her, the officer, and himself. At Rridceton. Ont.. a wealthy farmer shot his wifo as the climax of a violent nuarrel. At Xenia, III., a husband committed murder and because ho was not prosperous in business. At Burlington, Iowa, n wifo was stabbed to death by her husband in consequence of her refusal to provide him with whisky. At Canton, Ohio, n woman was shot in a manner that indicated that the crime had been perpetrated by burglar?, but it has transpired that her husband did it. At Milford, La., a negro woman was poisoned, nnd at Adelphi, Tcnu., n brido of a month was thrown over n nrecinice. Itisstranco that none of theso wife slayers wero actuated by jealousy. A woman of Stockton, Cal., believing that she was about to die, confessed to her husband that sho did not love him, but had centered her affections on n neighbor. Sho declared that she could not dio unforciven, nnd so the husband freely forcavo her. But ho granted tho favor only in view of her speedy death, nuu, wneu sno unexpectedly recovered, he began asuit for divorce. Her defense is that ho condoned her fault by the forgiveness, nnd a peculiar question of law is raised sui-cid- o Q CHENAULT, SEVERANCE & CO. mam H O I'iihIciii llmliiK Juh( rt'fvhv'Iilirt'Ci frnintli or elegant Htocli gIIIpn llic iiiunI isroTioiisrs, hi IIiIm mmmt ninrliH. nv Clothing, Boots, Shoes, x3C3lTS, cfcO., licr cxiilliilc'l tintl 0 0 O O ELEGANT LINES OF SATINS, MERVEILLEUX, RHADAMES, MOIRES, d H a o CO ALSO- - A HANDSOME STOCK oflSLACK GOODS, IiicIiiiIIiii: ZViiii'm VviiIiic, lleurloltit Clolli, ICitiif Isitc TiiiiiIho ('lotli,tVc., nml lit fuel a iiUviiHxortiueiit of o Dress Goods of Every Description. l.I.M.N a 9 (A rn AVe Hamburg Embroideries, India Trimmings, EVERLASTIN0 TRIMMINGS, BIASTUCKINO, 3Liicc9 Jlitixlie.s' In tMtillohs iiirlfi'y, Mini u Neckweiu, GKDOZDS At-- . FANS, PARASOLS. kC. "WHITE sph-iulli- l (liiuluiiiiM, iiNsorliiu-n- t il I.uuiim, U (A CaExJrJJbli,L,Slinre iitldtMl to our Muck a nice aKsoriiuviit ING GOODS. . ofC'iti-iiulM- Oil Cloth, MatlhiKH. Wall 1'aiicr, Ve. GENTS' NECKTIES, C0LLARS.CUFFS &. GENERAL FURNISH- - IIiikm. H GEO. D. WEAREN, STANFORD, LANCASTER and HUST0NVILLE, DKALKIl IN - ' at W O CJ Grain, Wool, Orchard Grass and other Seeds, fea?lft jj lelig-iousl- y 0 M ppgffja --f & W IA IA F O 3 3F" I -- A. TL I I 3VQC 5S8ajaPHf!HWinr.). "W .A. Gr O I3NT JS. I I and-silre- ' . d H IA (A Ifi O 2 .. -- lifa-tim- 'r!'j-' BUGGIES Kellpt'I-N- . A.3ST1D .MOWl'TH, fJorii-lMiiiiliii-- f.nihi M'lNIalllllCrH, Di-III- IIH3 IClllK'H, lorn-Sln'lloi- CARRIAGES, Nnlky IMimin, 'llirc-hh- - i" - trout-fishers- . CulllvulorM, IInrroUH,, NlraiV't'iKlvi-N- o a, 03 ? N3UUVM 'Sonus May iiilf MacliluoM anil KiikIim'n, '. And othor IuipleuiouU aud Macliiuerr, Wo buy exolutlvely from Manufacturers, loU, aud coiuoqueutly obtain tho largest discount aud direct, far cash, in First-olas- s Goods at Iteasonable Prions lowest rates of froight. Our motto is tha Host is always the Cheapest." Bospectfully, car-lo- ad 1 w.u-err- .1 iv. r.ilsuatfer Lancsilsr leKt. ivri'iintN. GEO. D. WEAKEN, Stanfoid.Ky. JHi:i: V .V1M.IAMN. UiTaluiifllU NaiUitta Dt to purchase a good cow.' Apply at till office. " CANNrnOooM lower than erer to clone Wantcd Tuesday Morning L " -. thlotatW.T.OreenV Jnno 27, 1882 Haydkn Contkaotuh cara will reach London July 1th. K. II. nays the i N.L OCAL TIME CARD. rtiMfcertrtlni North Booth LOCAL NOTICES, . o 7 ioa. p. m. M Till: Ltvlngnlon Coal Company' coal can't be bent. Call on T. T. Daelcst for ll. will giro a plrnlo at Hale's Well next H.iturdny, to which erery bodyla Inrlteil. 1'iONl'o. Mr. Jo McHmllh Stoi.f.n from my pajttire Trfcnday night lant, n brown mare, 16 hand. A liberal OrnMAN Millet Hil $2UT xr lnulitl al reward will lie given for her return. H. (I. At Owsley's. 1'ennlngton. Oaaollne nt at I'enny A Doan'd McAllttor's. Moltoiir.irrs A Htawi hare f tint Jiht up Kt.KVRN HiiRsr for $1 at MoAl a handnome nllrnr which ndda Inter A ltrlglil's. much to the beauty and convenience of Halt, Mino ami Cement conttantly on ihelr entahllnhnirnt. hand a A. Owsley's. ahow-can- llur I'anmof I'enny A McAIIater. Krmu Illue Lick Witter, t Mclloberla t $ -- ' I'l.KNTVofrounlrjr allies anil liann nt I''ahmi:m denlring to lay In Ihelr winter McAIInterrt llriglil's. nupply of coal would do well to nee the Nr.w stock of Jewelr arnj Hllmware at proprietor of Lincoln Mill. It will be IW7 A XtoAlHter'd. money in their ocket. Koua Watkii txlttr than In an past at Mcltolxrla At Htagg's, seasons, Tin: wife of Mr. Archy Walker, of Watciie, Clock ami Jewel rr repaired (larrard, who In with her father Dr. W. and warranted by Penny A McAl Inter. W. Ownley, In lliln county, ha presented l'URR Alden Fruit Vinegar, bent In the llrighl. him with a fine, largo boy. world, fur sale only by McAIIater and You will find the Two YKA!M.-Cli- aa. 8. llatlett, detectMoAIIs. 6 cent cigar In town at l'enny ive, write to SherilT Menefee that Jenne ler'a. J. If. A 8. H.fillANKs are rrcelrlni; and Spraggina plead guilty to obtaining money unilur falne prelennea and waa glyen a two opening a nice new lot of Zelgler Shoe a low cut. yean term in the Tort Mndlaon (Iowa) Ilnrr Cantor and Kxlra Winter strained Penitentiary. Ijird Oil fur lleapera and Mowcn at Mo 1'h.vmon Aan.fr H. lllntn report that Kolwrts & HUgg'a. A KUl.l. line of California Canneil flood, he hannecurcil for Mm. MallndnCollinn, Including Apricots, (Irai, l'ears, lVarliea mother of John A. who died white a memand Kgg l'luni at McAIlster and ItrlghtV ber of Wolford' Cavalry, arrear of W: hare added to o.ir liunlnnu a larger to the amount of $1,000. Mr. C. sssortuient of the (irnrm Orwlal fyxthulM and can fit any eye. llcing ol lumler glass live on Orren Hirer In thl county, tbey do not scratch or easily deface, and Owino to the lllncM of Judge Onnlcy will retain Ihelr Uavttful poluh. This will lieundei the charge of Thou. the Special Term of bin Court net to conJticlianla, who will carefully Gl them to vene here yentenlay, wa ndjourneil till tofar any Kye for any purone, Speteeing, ahoollng, Ac Mcltolierta A Hlagg. day by Col. Varnon, who waa elected cial Judge. The object of the term la to PERSONAL obtain n decree toaell the Crab Orchard Mm O. 1'. MelloiimiT, of NasliTllle, Spring. I. visiting hli brother, Iter. S. 8. Mcltob-erta- , Who ix He J. It. Hatcher, Chief of Police of Danville, Va , write to SherilT Mian. ivo. 8. Van Wi.xkle, It. 1 Menefee, that he ha arretted one Wm. A. jA(!Otul, C II. JloIiKH AND SAM't. iiAllII- Libhee and that he ha leen examined and INii, DinTille attorney), wero here Tester-dacommitted bn a very grave charge. Lib. Mux. A. 11. 1'cnnv anii Mnw Salmi; bee rlaima Lincoln county aa hi home. give u any Information hae gone to Mr. Deorge lloone's in the Can any country, to ''recu rate their exhausted en concerning him? erglw." Tiikiie I a report current that W. 11 Col. T. W. Vaknon hta Junt returned Miller will be nominated by tho republifrom IhiIhyIIIo apparently natlnfied that can for County Judge, 'Squire W. M. Oar-nethe slioi will be located at the Junction, for for Jailer and 1. M. MoKoberta wont talk yet. but lie Attorney. We could not learn who were to l the other nominee, but It I to be netLOCAL MATTERS. 1'kuit Jam of all klndn'at liruce, War- tled on t County Court day if the on the third attempt can get a ren A Co.'t. i quorum together. Vnr. the IJTlngaton Coal Company's coal It It the beL Tin: Cincinnati SouriiF.nN ha had anTin: Typhoid ferer net mi to have run other accident. Tho engine of the Northbound panwnger train waa thrown from the lit court litre. I'raine the Ioril. track by a broken rait at Kodger'a (lap, Tiiuri: iiu.siiiiko tiioukanii IIiiick fur Saturday morning. The engineer wa liltnale. Apply to Henry ltiughman, Stan- ed and the fireman fatally Injured. Thin ford. oauned a delay of many bourn, and of a TlIK miue of the Kitol1ice known at oonncquence we mtwad our mail matter Mullini, In laurel county, Ky., haa been from Cincinnati and other place North I!eruntadt. changed to and lfcut. Mai. A. K. Dennv dincovered when (he Ak eflort li bring mule here to ratio an went to itw them Sunday that her gold orchralra which will no doubt prove watch, bracelet mil hreantpin were gone. aa there la plenty of good talent She cant imagine who could have gotten available. them unlen n negro boy who came there r cent, aveiuinent lxiieu the two to le hirrd during tho week before dole adopted by the Itepublican National plan them. When he anked if ahe wanted to Committee our 1'ottmanter haa to nhell hire him ahe told him to wait but the did out $2 nWmi rolmi. not nee him again. He gnve hi name aa Till! grand onlnc ball nt Crab Orchard Tom Kobinnon. Spring" will occur on the evening of July Col. W. O'.Hkadlkv. We have it from 7th. 1'rof. Arnold' cornet band of Memone who npoke by the card, that CV. llrad-lephis will arrive on the Int. I an avowed candidate for Congrena in Somk of our laxf correnpondenta end 11a thl Ha is a mighty clever felItema that occurred lant week or week be- low and i a great favorite with Prroident fore, and of courne they do not appear. We Arthur, who "alwaya ha n nmlle for him" want frenh itctni and will publlth none but either Our. McCrcary or Phil Thomp-noother. can dintance him in tho race for honor. Wo are aorry for the t and In thin country of cow, it would nevm that butler Col., hut he will get to Congrea the aime would be aluiott a drug tion the luArLet, year that llobbitt .eta to the Legislature, but It in not by n jug full. It In acarce and not before. and hard to get at 2ft ccnta a pound. The Hoi- - at the St. Asiph, though rather an Impromptu aflalr, turned out to be Tilltui: were junt .'II pernona present at a very delightful one. Price' excellent the Democratic "Mann" Convention SaturOrchestra discoursed the music which was day, counting every body. The average kept time to by the twinkling feet of a farmer waa too buny getting In hli crop of score or more couple till 2j!10 A. M., when wheat to devote a moment to politic. the hippy party broke up thoroughly OlANTH. Ilaby llatmj and hi wife the pleased with the evening' entertainment. largrat pair in the United Htatii--, panned Despite the short notice there were nug tilt Triday to vinit a relative near London. merous belles nnd beaux from the a towns, whose presence added greatThey have rctlrnl from the and have nettled down on a farm of ly to the delight of the occasion. A young lady friend haa kindly furnished us with their own near Cincinnati. -" mthe following list of young ladles and their J.T. llAltuiil inform! u that he can li toilette: the cltitenanf Stanford with ice at 1 Mlu AIlco Severance, Lslunon; white satin and cent per pound, and will keep It the aeanon UrMin, lireJ with KM ourJ. MIuAnult McAIUIer, Dtnvlllr; white uiull, through, both Lake and made Ice. When ice freerea In the country it freeze In town. 1sc of rrilrrt, ilUuioiiJi, Mlw Jcnnl'McAlliter, Dtnvllle; Jollel ioui-llltepectfully, Harrl A Dawnon. Junction School Dintrict delegalei In vote for Richard. It being voted a lax of 10 cent on the $100 worth an adjoining county and the best feeling of proierty to repair the having prevailed between thetwo.lt was ex' pected that the vole would certainly go for Deaths. Hurdetl, or that he would al least divide of It. It I firmly believed that some thing Ilellle, the bright little Mr. and Mr. K. T. Pence, died Sunday, of more thin a preference for Richards unwhooping cough, aged '1 yearn, and wa derlie the matter and it may prove a burled yentenlay in Ituflalo Cemetery, Iloomerang from an inexperienced hand. The Democracy of this county asnem RELIGIOUS. Med at the Saturday after The Chrlntlan Cliurrh la fourth In noon and went Into Convention by electing Klnl of member in the United Stale, It It, It. Tomlinnon, Chairman, and W. A. membership being atated at about 000,000. Iturntide, Secretary, and proceeded to The Secretary of the Southern Ilaptlnl elect and Instruct delegate to the District Convention stated that there were of white Convention to bo held nt Danville, July lliptlnt In the Southern State 971,100; Cth, for the purpose of nominating a cancolored l.V'27; mlnlnter didate for Superior Judge. The following 0,090. During the pant nine year there named gentlemen wero delegated to cast haa been contributed lo benevolence the vote of Garrard county, for lion, II. M. Hurdetl: Dr. J. Price, It. 11. Tomlin(lor. Illackburn hi got Into Itrothcr non, II. C. Kauunwn, J. H. Hruce.C. W. Harnca' church. Our old Gov- Sweeney, J. W. Poor, James Bryant,Tom ernor deserve to go to heaven, If he had Dunn, Clayton Anderson and Lewi Leav-el- l, been there Inntead of nt I'rankfoil there Alternates. A resolution endorsing would have been great Improvement in Capt. T. J. Henry was also put before the Slate a flair without a correnpondinR fail Convention nnd adopted, after which It ndLouisure In the celential government. journeil. ville Commercial. Paint Lick, Jas. Martin sold his fine saddle horse LAND, STOCK AND CROP, acliool-hounCourt-house $987,-317,3- 9. Tiir Ilichniond !st toQ.6hnmatefor$200. O.Hlatt nolJto J. U.A 8. if. Farmers have commenced engaging Shanka steer and a calf for their whent. Q. Shumale is buying here W. I pen-nio- u near-nigh- y. tt and has bought some at 90 cents. aro only three cent Peimoxal Mr. J. L. Watklns, fora pound in Texan, while In Louisville exmer Clerk for It. II. liaison, left last Tuesecrably mean one are sold at five times day for Lexington, to make it his future that sum. Pont. home. He is going to keep books for Oeo. W. Alford Iwught of V. 1). the Singer Machine Co. Mrs. R. II. of Laurel, 102 mountain wether, the Ward and daughter left here Saturday, to pick out of 300, at $27C, and A. J. It Ice vinit her daughter, Mrs. Gresham, al Livbought balance at $2. ingston, nnd wilt be gone some two or C. O. Ware sold to Tom Wood 8 cow three weeks. and heifer averaging 1,200 pound nt 1 Married, nt the home of the bride, cents, and bought of A. It. Penny one fat Miss Jennie Wcarcn to L. C. Jenkins, forcow weighing 1,1 10 pound nt 3 cent. merly of Ilryantsville, Kid. Milton Elliott Mr. A. J. Alexander, of Woodford officiating. The bride Is a lovely lady of county, ha priced a suckling filly, a full sweet sixteen, and never looked better than sinter to Maud 8. to Mr. Robert Ilonner for on tills important event of her life. The $15,000. He haa refused $10,000 for a attendants were Misses Kmily KInnard brother of the same mare. Xinnena Howe, Mess. John Saunders and The Cincinnati Uummertial says: Ken- Sam W. Warnacut. tucky farmers are harvesting a glorious Drantsrille. whent crop. The present price offered Is Wheat is turning out eplendedly. Oats only 90 cent per bunhel, with a prospect are nearly ready to harvest. Corn is very of Its going aa low aa 70 cent. P. Smith bought on last Wednesday, promising. O. Tfllett bought of Tim Ford a faj of CI. W. Parke and John K. Wagcra W helfcrr, weight about 900 lb , heifer for $21, also one of Mrs. Clary Dunn at 4(541 cenU. W. K. Danny A Co., for $27 00. Simeon Tomlinson bought of shipped to llrodbury, Conn., the last of a Jack Dunn one scrub cow and calf for $40. I'll. Dunn nte a hearty dinner and 25,000 pound lot of wool purchased the present neason. The average price receiv- went into the harvest field, became overheated and drank a qualtily of water, and ed waa 20 cents. Itlchmond Register. llelow are the ruling price for pro- died Saturday night from the effects of it. visions, Ac , in Stanford: llacon shoulders, He was an industrious poor man, and 12o;hams, lOJe.j side, 10c. I'lour, $1.00 leaves a wife and three small children. Lightning struck Os Kemper's horse to $1 00; corn, $d.00; meal, $1.10 per bunhel; oats, 80c; coffee, 12 to 20c, molasses, 00c. and killed it. The horse was tied- - to the to 70c.; dried apples, 8jc.; peaches, 8jc; barn. The barn was not Injured. Lightning struck a tree in Dr. Hen Swope'a new Irish otatoea,70 cents kt peck; killing five sheep under it. A terrible cheese, 20c; ege, 12c; salt by wind and rain storm here Thursday even7 bushel bbl.$2. beefsteaks Ya-dopas-tur- e, $100. Good already made. The prospects are that the road will be built on the lloundstone line, The weather ha been very warm for a few days, the mercury at high aa 9" I9 In the shade. are buny harvesting wheat this week. Willi 1 few more dry days the best wheat crop ever raised In the county will be harvested. The late storms did not cause as much damage a was expected, Lightning struck the residence of Mrs. Ann Fish one day lant week, and at first It wss thought to be on fire, but an Investigation showed that It was only the dust which made the smoke. The damage caused i from $00 to $100. The family were not injured. Mrs, Elizabeth Slone and daughter, Minn Emma Stone, of Virginia, with Miss Lizzie Huffman, of Lancaster, have been visiting relatives In this county for several days. Miss Helen Conn, of Rrodhead, is spending a few days In town. Sam. Hur led and J. D. Chandler are In Iithanon this week. II. C. Thompson, of London, spent Sunday In town. Elder J. L. Allen spent the week In this vicinity. The democrats of Rockcastle county met last SalurJay and elected the following delegates to the Danville Convention: W. L. Henderson, C. A. Redd, Jack Adamn, Jr.,J..W. Drown, T.J. Rallard and Sam. M. Hurdetl. They were instructed to vote for II. M. Rurdett ns long as his name ia before the Convention. No further instructions given. A resolution endorsing Capt . T.J. Henry was unanimously carried. J. C. Rrown and G. W. Jones came to town last Wednesday, and after getting pretty full of whisky started to go to Hrown's house, where they arrived in good time, lly some means they began a quai-re- l, in which Hrown's wife joined. Jones raised a hoe to strike Mrs. Rrown, when Jim struck him with an axe just below the left shoulder, cutting the width of the axe and three Inches deep. A second lick would have cut his head off had it not been caught by Mrs. Rrown. A it was it cut through the skin on his neck. Dr. J. J. Hrown dressed Jones' wound, and saya that, though dangerous, it is not necessarily fatal. Rrown came in and gave himself up to the County Judge. His trial was set for next Tuesday, These are the facts aa talked upon the streets; whether they are true or not remains to be seen. ). XT. YKIHOV Aim.llTISF.ItESTS. It. JKIOOINM -- HTsaroaD HOVNEt flrsitr- - 3 Ky. N. MAUTI.V County It a candidal for Clerk ottht Ilockctitl Court, Aufutt election, 19SS. LANCASTER, JOHN T. HKHJIXS, KENTUCKY. 1'KOl'KIF.TOK. JA.1IKN V. WAT.Y.IN Judgaol Rotkctttle, tt It 1 candidal tut Aufuit election, UJi, (or County A FIRST CLASS HOTEL lf W. M. OWENN tt tn Indsrxndent candldils for Anmior of Rocksitls County, August election, IS82. Intvery particular, Thtpttrontsol ths mil.lle llJ-solicited, tnd sttlittetlon imrmteed. ST.ASAPHHOTEL Mu 1 11 Nt., NCiiiifoiMl, JHJIlIHriT, ATTORNEY AT LAW, NAM M. Mt. Vornon, Ky. Will nrnetlr hit torofcMfon tn Roekeiitla and a (Joining countlei and In the Court of Appeali, Hpeclil attention to collectlonn. JOHN DINWIDDIE.PRO'R. OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 fln J. E. VOWELS' VARIETY NXOltE BOARD, H2.00 PER DAY. Special Accommodation to Commercial Travelers. ! M.U VJ3IINOIV. JCY., Agency of South-Ben- d Chilled Flows, Baggage Transferred Free of Charge Avery's Oast and Steel Flows, Buckeye Reapers & Mowers,8weepsUkes ThreshIlhave recently taken charge of this homo ers, Mitchell Farm Wagons, New Home and intend to hare Sewing Machines, Taylor's Elastic-Beaccommodations. Springs, first-class MhJ. A. E. ItlCIIAKDS, Of Loulitllle, It a ctndlilate for Superior Judga n thlt ths 2d Dlitrkl, subject to tho action of the Democracy. MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr. This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Imputation, AND JUDGE AJLVIN IUVAI,L, 01 Frankfort, It a candidate lor BUI'F.UIOIl JUtXIK In Ihlt, the Sd Dfilrlct, tubjtct to the action ol the ttmocricy. It. M. ItUllDETT, Of hancaster, It a candidate for Jmlgt of theSu. prtnie Court from thSd dlilrlct. buhject to the action of the democracy. Its Proprietor it Determined that it Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Guests. Daugherty&Hyde 8uccraton to Dauftierty A Itolmet, KTAM'OItI, - - KENTUCKY, -- Daseagt will bt eoarered to sad from thtdtpat rrr orchards. Special accommodation to to Commercial Tratelcrt. The Bar will tt alnaja stpplled with ths choicest brand, of l.lquon and Claart. MANuricTtiiaps or- - Fine Carriages, Buggies, Stanford Female College. STANFORD, KY. "PRAISE THE LORD." Viar Interior: With a Full Corps of Teachers, Thltlnttltutlon will open lit Thirteenth Senlon on the Zd 1'rANKtokt, June 20, 1882. Mondty In September neiU OF A ing. Democratic Convention. BOYLE COUNTf. Kl y n blue-gram- m nelgh-lorin- aide-aho- buil-nei- The democracy of Lincoln met in Mans Convention Saturday to npoint Delegates to the Dintrict Convention to meet In Dan- ville, July 0, to nominate n candidate for Superior Judge. Col. W. O. Welch, Chair. man of the County Committee, called the meeting to order, and after stating its object suggested that nominations for permanent Chairman were In order. Judge Sauf-le-y nominated A. IC. Denny, who was, elect ed without opH)aition, and on motion of Col. T. P. Hill, W. P. Walton waa made Secretary. A motion to have the Chair man name a cotntnitlee to draft resolutions expressive of the feelings of the meeting was carried, and the following gentlemen were selected: John Jiiain, Judge J. M. Philips, Jerry llriscoe, Hon. W. O. Hansford, James Walker Grimes, K. It. Chen-auand 1). II. Kdmiston, who, after n short retirement, presented through Judge Philips the following: ty the Dtmoeraey 0 Lincoln Uenoletil, County in Jiui Mttting awwWiJ.' 1st. That we approve of the call for a Convention to he held at Danville on the Cth day of July, 18S2, to nominate a democratic candidate for the office of Sujierior Court Judge from the 2nd District. 2nd. That tho eight votes to which Lincoln is entitled in mid Convention be equally divided between IS. M. lluidett, of Garrard, nnd Alvin Duvall, of Franklin, nnd that the wholo of said vote be cast for the longest survivor of these two in the Convention. 3rd. That the following gentlemen aro apiointed delegates from Lincoln county, to catt said vote: Stanford, 1st precinct M C. Saullcy. 2nd precinct G. A. Lack-eCrab Orchard W. O. Hansford. Wal-nPlat Jno. 8. Owsley. Turnersvlllo (I. W.Alford. iruttonvIlle-D- r. H.Ilrown. Highland I). A. llaugli. Wnynesburg lt y. Dan r 1 lie. The death of Miss Mamie McGlroy, . fur-nli- Sr.NATon IIi.ain rumor that he it to le the republican candidate fur County Attorney. He la thoroughly with the office he ha and benidea he in preparing an fant aa potnihle, to retire from the bar and become a horny handed granger the balance of hi life, I.. denlc the 1 ' GARRARD COUNTf. Tilt: Kcpubllcana were to meet here Sat- I see. Mm Muls llurlou, Ixlogtou; tlsclc thsdtuiH. urday to nominate candidate for County Lancaster. MluNnlllo DuuMn, Uncnilfij wblta mull sad Kid. W. L. Williams, Kvaugelist for oflicerx, but not more than a luker'n doxen. luk Irliuuilugn, materlallied and action wa for the Kccnnd Mlu Miuit Ilireh, fct. Ixuli; vretiu natln, nan the Christian Church has been preaching time poatponetl. They don't neem to be lih Ufa OTrrdrrnn, lilies ol the vsllnjr fringe, dia- In the county for several days. much in earnett ubout making a fight, for monds. Lancaster will be well represented nt luutllu, nstuitl MliJennls Ktthtrdi, they munt know how futile It will be. the Slate Sunday School Convention of the duwMn. Christian Church nt Nicholasvllle Lkihtninq (truck an old tree In Mr. 8. MluOtrnls (Vier, white mull, swlu embroidMlsa Lizzie Aiken, of Nashville, Ten ery. night rcttlns J. Kmbry' patluro Sunday Mlu J wit Withers, II uo lilt, Itce tiluitulngt, iiessv, ia visiting at It. O. McLean's. Mlsa It a fire and producing a blaxe that cauiei' diamonds. U'e Sandifer, of Danville, Is visiting her Mlu Mary 0lejr, crtim wlored brocaded the neighbor to believe that n houne wax brother, J. P. Sandifer. ikiIdI lacs Slid irirntt trhuiiilnm. beburning. A few nlglita befnro a $'Si ox The wheat harvest Is being prosecuted Mlu AnnltHrown, white mull, twlittwbrold-sryoflonging to Mr. John Ilrlght, waa killed by pluk sstlu, IdV trliuulngt. diligently all over the county and tho yield from aouie tall lightning, In a field not far Mlu Miry Drown, mull, whlto natln Irliuuiluj,, per acre will prove ten to fifteen per cent. tree. uttunl llawcrt. We have been Kirrodiourg; whits mut-ll- better than ever before. MluJcuult l'hlllli'i, Dkniw It. Mr. 0. V. l'eacock, whono favored with fine weather for harvesting name waa algned to the letter Informing u Mlu Kltllt Wray, whltasatlu, liceoTerdreu. but It haa been exceedingly warm and sugI.lttlo Mtttl McAIUIer, vmbroldcrsd muillu. MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. of the prospective marriage of Dan Miller gestive of cheap ice. A thermometer Jot iityden, pitcnt.Utther thoet, silk boss sud Into MIm Sarah Curtln, denlea In a uiott Sam. M. Burdett, Editor, been In the shade all day wa whioli had sstln cravat. dignant manner that ho either wrote or Tho K, O. engineers are between the Among lbs vltltlug gtutlemen were Meu. W. 0 examined Thursday after sundown and tanctloned it writing. We have forwardKluutrd,Siui Duuojn, John Stormt,l(ugti Orsnl, found to register 90 Sinks and Livingston. They are running ed the letter to him ao that he can ferret Jr., Uncuten A, 0. Whltlsr, Hugh (Irnnt, Diu. There Ia a great deal of dissatisfaction a line from Livingston to Gardner Mul- I'nrlij KTcrhtsrt llundlty tiller Otrrtlt out the writer and proaecute him for here over Madison county Instructing her lint' to connect with the lloundstone line sud John W. hiugltusn, Doylt. if there bo any vacancies In said delegation the delegates present shall fill them. W. li Varnon moved to amend the resolutions by instructing for Burdett first snd Duvall second, but that was voted down, 21 to 11, and S. 8. Myers moved that Duvall be given the first instructions, A discussion waa about toensue whenJudge M linKsta IMclln, Lnbtnen; white wlln auJ Saulley, nn avowed friend of Mr. H'lrdett, tarlettn, rl. suggested that it would be the best for nil MluMauinilaOMt, Uneutcr) India mull, Ut partict concerned to adopt the resolutions trluinilugs. Stlu Kits banJIfer, Daulll4 mull, natural as read and Mr. Myers having withdrawn tlewern Ids motion, they were unanimously carri Mlu JeMlt 1'rrrlu, Mluuurl; white mull, mlu ed. Adjourned. A. K. Dennv, Ch'm. tiubroldnry. W. P. Walton. Scc'y. Mlu Kalllt Cook, It uttounillst luull and lUlslin. Mlu Margin IUiwUnd, Ianvllls, pink tntln and n. K. S. Oooch. Itli. That trll m tat-t- u. tr daughter of Rev. W. T. McKlroy, ou night, was a peculiarly sad one. This young lady was just eighteen years old. the darling of her parents, and a fav orite with her associates. She waa a mem ber of the senior clasa of Rell Scmlnnry for the present year, but waa too HI to lake part In the Commencement exercises, having been stricken with typhoid fever about the time the exercises began. In the latter part of her illness there were marked symptoms of inflammation of the brain, and for several day her condition had been hopeless. She was attired for the tomb in the dress she was to have worn as a graduate, nnd looked as she lay still in death. a picture of sleeping innocence. The remains were taken to Louisville (the former home of her parents) this morning for Interment. The friends of Rev. K. M. Green, of the first Presbyterian Church, think that ho aurpas'cd himself In his sermon yesterday morning. His remarks were based on two passages of scripture, "Thou shalt not steal," nnd "Thou shalt not covet." Your correspondent is not yet a preacher, but he has Ion,: been of the opinion that even a layman of a reasonable amount of experience could "expound" very forcibly from the texts tjuotcd. More things can be stolen than money or proerly, and more scorned and spurned when once acquired. And the covetous are not all known whether that which is coveted is gained or not. How many men and how many women sat at the feet of llro. Green on yestmorn, who felt that his winged words went thro' their ears "like arrows sped," and yet to all outward appearances were like the Gods of Epicurus, too good to trouble their serene existence with the cares of the miserable sinners referred to. The unterrified, or the Ilourbon democracy, or whatever brand we have in lloyle county, assembled at the Court house on Saturday to select delegates to the Convention that Is to meet here on the 0th of July, prox., to nominate a candidate for Superior Court Judgo In this district . The Convention waa called to order by W. J. Lyle, Chairman of the County Commit tee, and organized by the election of J. R. Marrs, Chairman, and Alex. Anderson, Secretary. A committee of five to prepare resolutions expressive of the sense of the meeting was appointed. Thlt committee was unable to agree, and two reports were presented, the majority being In favor of the Convention Instructing for R. M. Hurdetl, of Garrard, and the minority for the strength ol tho county being among the different candidates as were en' titled to it. Different amendments and substitutes were discuyed by Hon. M, J. Durham, Mess. Jno. S. Van Wiukle, John Cowan, C. It. Anderson and J. W. Potts, and finally a substitute offered by 0. II. Rodes, Esq , was adopted, viz: "That our delegates be instructed to vote for R. M. DiirtUtt, of Garrard, a long as he remaina a candidate, and then for Alvin Duvall, of Franklin." Sat-unlpro-rate- The Frankfort meeting is over. Hy which I suppose is meant that it is on the other side of the bridgelesa chssm that, separates one from the past. From the 5th sermon the harvesting was steady and abundant. Not a single break but every service had its ingathering. Steadily, also, grew the faith of the people in the healing touch of JESUS' hand for bodily ailments until at the closing services, the invalids flocked in such numbers aa to tax to the utmost time and strength to minister to them. Yesterdays harvest waa 100 for soul and 117 for the body, and the grand total foots up 1,219 for soul and 451 for body. One service to spare until the completion of the 3rd week. This places the Frankfort meeting far in advance of any of the 70 yet held. It is so good in the LORD, and so like him, thus to make the close of our Kentucky ministry so blessed, and to send us on to the fulfillment of what remains of it with this parting "Kiss of HIS lips." Sunday morning's service was for the colored people, and held in the Hall. The attendance was only so so, and the harvest not so great aa on other like occasion. 30 only, confessed the dear Name. In the afternoon, 2,000 or more were gathered in mo tjapiiai yam, under me uense suaueoi the beautiful trees that adorn the enclos ure, rilty took tue messed step there. At the hall, the jam, at night, was fearful. Fifteen car loads of excursionists from Louisville nlone would nearly hnve filled the room. Of course hundreds found not even standing room and were compelled to go away. I write in the haste of packing. We start for Dsyton, Ohio, on the 10 o'clock train this morning. Will write at length from thcic. Erer in Jesus. Geo. O. Rahnes. Bucklen's Arnica Salre, The beat talre In the world for Cult, Ilrultet, Soiet, Uiceri, 8alt Rheum, Ferer Sores, Tetter, Chapped llandt, ChllhUlna, Corn,, and all Bain Eruptlont, and politicly cures piles. It It guaranteed to girt entire aatlifactton or money refunded. Trice 21 ccntt per box. For talt by Tenny A McAUiter. Do Not be Deceived. In tbeie timet of quack n edlcine adterllte-mcnUeie- rj where, tilt truly gratifying to find one remedy that It worthy of praise, and which really does at recommended. Electric Bitten we can Touch for at Ulng a true and reliable remedy, They Inand one that will do aa variably cure Stomach and Lifer Complaints, Dlaeaset of the KlJneyt and Urinary diacultlea. We know whereof we apeak, and can readily tay, glre them a trial. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by Penny A McAUater. KW ALL THE BRANCHES THOROUGH ENGUSHCOURSE O Are taught, at well at AND PHAETONS, WAGONS OF MUSIC, THE LANQUAOEB. DltAVV-INAND PAINTINO. TERMS MODERATE. In Tuition, prlcei range, from 123 to tM In tb regular Department!. rrlmiTT, 125; Inlernietllalt 30; l'rcrrlojj, HO, and Collegiate, ISO. f ALL KINDS. Wa manufacture Carriages of all descriptions, employing only nrUlaa workmen and uilng For full particulars, aa to Board, Ac, addrvta only firtt-climaterial, and tell at reatonablo 1'rlMcll.M nguret ttile, workmamnipand material eonild- - IIRN. H. C. TIlUKIIKAltT, tred. ll Stanford. Lincoln Co.. Ky. irAUUllKUTY A- HYDE. PENNY & McALISTBR DULKR IK DUDGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY FANCY AIITICLES. a Ph jilctant' Prescription, accurately compounded. Pharmaceutical Preparation! specialty. PENNY & McALISTER, TheLARGEST STOCK of WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY AND SILVEIMVAKE Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired on short notice, and Warranted, E. P. OWSLEY Has Just Oponod a Flno Stook of Consisting of AND BRAND NEW GOODS, Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Also, a Nico Lino of CARPETS.OIL, CLOTHS!, TRUNKS I am opening daily a Full lino ot tho Host Goods in tho Markot.to bo sold at Bottom Fricos. Call and oxamino. ADVKUTISEMKNTS. TIM W. HIGGINS, Salesman. PLEASE NOTICE! All iiertont lodtMed to Hale A Nunnellty, either hy note or account, will pleaae couie forward and nettle Immediately. Tht butlneu mutt be wound up. si JTOKClNr OHXJ3Fl.OI3C WIlOLEHALi: xSe AND HKTAII, DEALERS IN oo. O. PIANOS AND ORGANS Sheet a.t, MJ.vt:i,i.i;v, nsw mm and mm w.mi NO. 66 WEST FOURTH S I. CINCINNATI, M, hh and ill Kids cf Mil Herchsiiu, Mint IlKLLE UroilKidMlrei to Inform tht La J let Is constantly rehiring a Ttry hindiouie line of tpleudid new Spring sud Summer Mllliuery, which tht ollert to tbeiiublle tt very low figures. Among htr beautiful ttock ot Trlmuiluiri trt all the latetl dctlgna, Including the rage, arilhetle flowtrt. bhe bat alio a Mantua-Makin- g lepartmnt, where tht greatrtt attention to tht cutting, titling and making ot all It !I7- -i klndaofdretiet oftbltTlclulty that the Grand PIANOS, Square HAN US. ami Upright PIANOS, In Rosewood, Satinwootl, Mahogouy, Freuch Walnut and Ebouized Cases, iu elegant desigus to correspond with any style oi Furuiture. gtu Elegant Parlor Organs, Ohanol Organs, in reed Instruments. Church Organs, With ouo Manual, with two Manuals aud Pedals, contiiioiug the most beautiful, powerful and useful oombtuations ever procured to our largo and well solected stock oi facilities-- for furnishing the beat class ot instruments at low rates. We purcliaso tor net casn in larger nuantiticn than any other hotiso in this city. The expeuse of our ORGAN Department is far lata than some housPIANO We have reached lower es doing exclusively n l'iauo and Organ trade. prices than havo been tendered by any dealers in this market, aud guarantee1" Ve sell on easy monthly or quarterly pay-- " all instruments as represented. meuts, and nuy instrument taken on trial, not proving as represented, tuav, We solicit correspondence with persons desir bo roturned at our expeuse. ' ing to purchase, and tako pleat uro in answering all inquiries. Wo invite the public attention 1832. A ly GRAND COMBINATION, IS32, Semi-Week- Interior Journal PIANOS and ORGANS, and our uneaualed And the UultrllU Wcokly Comi or - Jouriitil One and ltl, year lor t.1.BO two tprt for little more thsu the price of our. lly paying ut 11.40 you will receltt lor out year the your home paper with the Courier-Journa- l, rtprewn tattle newspaper of the houtli, snd the beat, brlghleat and ablwt lauilly Weekly Iu the United Btatca, Thoae who dttlre to examinee cm do ao si nam pie copy ol tht Uuurltr-Jouru- tl tli la office. JOHN CHURCH fc CO. 1 in nmuiii iinwi.iiju.ui.Li, jw. -u im upmttm' J" STANPOBD, KY. Tnesilay Morning, Nt Jnno 27, 1882 The first tiling to bo done is to rnnko plllllTIAN.-Vor,lil.- l,f the w,nirnllon e?. n finvnimllo or the nnintini! that is to 1 rrr Iinl'a ilar. I'rraehlnf by ly?. J. w, IVia on rlrat and .. third jsinraiiaTi. Im conioil. in which the outlines ofl . .. rtuperinieniieni.. - Mthool T'UU at 11a. jm neeerance, each simnio color is accurately reprot . lietT. nilltmiVTKIllAN. miliTII.-lt- ev Hmnlay Hehool al .0. John W, I. ray. Th. copy is then trnnalorred duced. Union 1'rayer Meeting on Itanl, miiieftmni-letii- . which .3 cut up into cluding champacne, but they aro tho to ft plate qf lino, Wixlnexlay Hlghla ns many pieces ns thopicturo contains exception rather than tho rule. At 2 colors, in such n way that each pieco r. M. you nro expected lo read mo STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, represents nil tho parts which in the morning papers, and if you are not original nre of ono color. Separate too much cxhnustcd by tho effort you Il I'Tf-- HTANInllll, KV., electrotypes nro mado from each piece, can havo a game of billiards, for no ai 0. 0. WINE. and from these the proper colors nro well regulated newspaper oflico is withprinted in corresponding onter upon out n well nppointed billiard room. nan aa in prepared paper. So far tho process is At 7 v. M. you nro expected to ten Monutnenta, At tho the city editor whero you will spend similar to printing chromoa Talleta, Ae. end of this operation, when all the tho evening, so that he can send for Maible Work ..... of all klndt colors havo lccn printed on tno paper, you Iu coso your friends call, nnd ll(ily Mewtho picture resembles an ordinary then you can go to tho theater, opera, led and which tickets anil chromolithograph, and like that it is ball or to IS tho brush-mark- s a carriage will bo provided. If you .... perfectly flat and smooth; tnd roughness of surjaco no- think you can stand such laborious (jTFMaaiaaweBlaallafe. on H'l'llra-lloticed in oil paintings are wnnting. In work, como on and wo will seo what order to imitate this part, too, the wo can do for you; but you must unoriginal painting is covered with a so- derstand that thcro is none of tho luxHBOWHja ll.lnl lution of gelatine, in which are ury to which you have been accustomMeiMlan ... I... 410 Ham: an Toistoisk. In iwrllio It an tho nccuracy tho eleva- ed in tho newspaper office. Plain abounds. ret ami imt rrliahh- ui all J.ie. Tuieatanu with great " 10 ... itoniarhlr. to tho " llliiHlnghaiii ill ao tions and depressions of tho painting. velvet carpets are good enough fur .....! A woman forgives the audacity marks Harvey M.Princeton graduates, I'or tale bj all Imi.U aint Dealer " Allana ... m Wattcrson says: "1 Hon. prmr.un From this plastic copy of the surface this class of laborers; lounging chairs which her beauty prompts us to bo Arr. CttatlafteeaM. ....... co can now recall to mind sovcral young VICKJBUiT7t AMI) MKHIIHAN another impression is taken in gutta- are of courso indispensable, but they guilty of. men, students ot (umberlnnd College, , or other elastic aro upholstered in plain satin with no Lie. MeiMlan . percha, Salt Fok Fruit Turks. About who wero regarded by their associates KENTUCKY CENTRAL H. H. " Fere.l substance, which will stretch so that tidies. Only ono roll-todesk and ... llranl.n.. of our farm- as very dull fellows, who havo cut a " Jaekinn bt ran it can bo made larger or smaller, ac- four gold pens aro furnished by tho this time of the year many from their considerable figuroin tho world around Arr. VtkiaaitK.... ers are emptying tho bnno re- office; DRMlltAULG 110UTK TO -- T1IK MOST cording as the copy is enlarged or if you need any moroyou will . . l.te. Vkkiourg of throwing it them. How did that como about? I duced. This elastic impression is used bo expected to furnish them yourself. meat barrels. Instead IV IV A W 1 1 " Jaekann .............mm. worthless let them pour it will tell you. They applied them C ltral for preparing a copper stereotype, But one sofa and one silver drinking away as " . Whilo books. with which a negative or depressed cup are allowed to each man, so yqu around their quince bushes and plum selves intently to their And ilttMnllr Ilia fopulir ltoulr, iffordliic. a It Arr MerMlan ia. to trees, and then uoto results later in the tho brilliant boy was playing or spinJocj, Idi clungf, anil lutior jconomo-Ullocopy cad bo mado in a suitable plato. can see there nre some discomforts to VICKMHUIMl, HllllllVHl-OUAN H 1'At IKIC. twoorthrco pails full of strong ning yarns thoy wore briuging all tho season; Ilia!) file. Vlekibuig This last plate, of course will havo be put up with. Boston Post. ......... . , lltM Missouri, Iowa, Kanias, Texas, " IMta brine will not injure but provo highly energies ot their minds lo bear on Eume depressions wherover the painting had .. ... I AX Noilh, NorlhwMt an.l Writ. In fid. If you Arr. Monroe A correspondent of tho Ohio Farmer bencficinl to any single tree or bush of clid or on the translation of an ode in Th elevations or raised spots, and these contemplate inn in miruirniion, jeur minm l.ve. Monroe... would Horace. The work was slow and will heUttH-rtn- l lir Hirh.ln4 your Ihtktti via ' IMU ta depressions nro filled with pigment of says the Hamburg will lay more eggs the kind above mentioned. It K.V. anj Clndnnitl. 1 14U until tho blos dificult, but tho result certain. The man I'iIicwimi; Klrgant rriairneu wiy j; run- Arr. Vlekiburg. New lJr Oohrt, athl tho same color ns the raised portions in a year than any other breed in bo still better to wait furnUhnl lltelliilng Chlr Can lortu himlMmrlr IUtOWVH IKON llITTKIW nro JOHN hCUTT, V. V. an.1 (Itfl. Man. Cln. Hw existence, the Cochins nnd Brahmas soms aro out, and give thorough salt horso can outrun tho mule, but if lie the 0M IMIaWe, of tho original. Tho plato thus of Il'y, Clnelnnall, (Ihle; K. 1. WII.MJN, (I. K. an.1 n rortnln euro for nil illHcnHrri with the colts the rby making a (rip oter miltlili one oi nn P. A. tin. 8eu Iff. Unctnnall, O ; II. COI.U is put in a pre and tho printed mako the best mothers, and the Ply- ing, and still another when tho young stops too often to play rninlrliif; n complcto ton lot Mpc-clnlihI pltaiure. Try It. lilt AN. (I 1'. A A. (I H. K'y, Caaltanenra.Tenn.; by chromo laid on it, nnd then pressure mouth Rocks are among the best, if fruit appears. Wo have tried salt on or to graze on tho rich postures .1. IIAIlllY. i I'. A V. A 1'. It'y, Vitltkurg. I uilltfp.it tun, ljHriln, Into mo IN EFFECT MAY II, 111. TIME TABLE. Mlu.1 JOK K. ilrtltfllK. (I. V A. V., 8. A P. lVvct-M- , AVnnl of AliM-tltr- , and heat aro applied to cause tho pig- not the very best for making fowls. old quince bushes that had not borne tho way, the mule is suro to win Il'y, Monroe, l.a. . "Ko7 Ko75r 7Tu.ZT Icicle uf Iism of ooirrii. ments in the depression to unite with If you want a fowl for all purposes, fruit for years, and navo Been tuem race. etc Kitrlrlit-- llio lil(MMl,atrt'iiKtli-cii- h those already on tho paper. Tho pic- take the Plymouth Rocks; if you want loaded down with fruit in the fall suc 00 am lUpn 1H deacon I,v. Colnjtin . CONDENSED TIME. It is related of a Maryland tln liiiihclcK, nnd ulic now lo J 41 " Falmouth ture is now finished, all but varnishing. to get the most eggs without regard to ceeding such treatment. Bo sure to whoso peaches aro first iu tho New " Cjnthlaoa . . in an a iu 5 37 p pi 710 p tn ui lllb to tho ucrvoM. Actel Ilka A lit tn g OS ii in . oil size of fowls or eggs, tako the Ham-burg- uso enough and begin cany iu the York market that, having company l'arli To carry out tho resemblance to clmriit on the illm-slliuruni'S J 00 p Ul Arr. Islington. , lit IS p and if you want to get tho season. painting, it is afterwards transferred & iiiitiiiiin, nil iljrNH-itlI OV Jl IU 7 au p iu at his farm house one evening recent l.te. Islington 1 Z p IU 8 SO p iu i; I ho IImmI, ItulohlniCi ittcili iim Arr. Wlncm.ler. from the prepared paper to canvas, most meat to sell by tho pound, take S 10 p in J W . iu A correspondent tells us: I was ly, n terrific thunder storm como on Jloat In tlii Klomiitli, llciirtliiirti,-i(l-f, the Brahmas and Cochins. If these with Lieut. General Forrest, the and shook things up worso than an " Ml. Httrllug wood, or metallic surface. u.u i.uo.ii) mm:, II SI a ui " Ashland Tho only I11111 rrt'mriillim " llunllucloii.. 8 UH p III I 10 a iu deductions are the result of experi- greatest natural soldier the war pro- explosion in n crockery store. Every The Infant Terrible at a Nil. Z. Mo. I. fwi a. tluit t III not lilaLi-i- i tliu i or NuTII. ence, the advice is timely and of great duced in my modest TUA1N8 (iOINII NOItTII. frightened, and K0I1I opinion, when a body was thoroughly Kltn One of tlioso unnaturally bright importance, but it is not likely f "II Unite SO a ui Tfa Dua. I.tx. lluntlnitoll.. Maarii I, last. IMiui that it ul.la nl 5I.OO n ImiIIIi. I children who nre always getting peo- will be generally followed, the fact youthful stafi officer rode up and ex directly after n blinding Hash, ono of " Aihland ... 7 OS a in a 41 a iu Ml. Ktnllog ll Ma iu At a ui Lve. Illehiuend IlKOW'N t'lli:MIC.l. CO. llNia tho visitors anxiouslyasked : "f riends ..mw citedly announced: ple into difficulties was at a prayer-meetin- being eo Wlactiralrr .. iliNpn tall am " Ijueaiter who are not engagthat Italllniort', Mil. IS p in 7 to a iu 10 "General, a strong Yankee force is don't you think we had better kneel Arr. Islington .. " M?tntten . with his mother the other ed in tho farmers ,v . a..'b h m.mvm r. specialty of raising fowls, in our rearl" Islington. - a vii p mi . oh a iu Crah tlrrbard. " ...... . "No, !.re. l'arla tape ask for protection?" nnd evening, when ho asked aloud: 1Mp . Hualord IMlU BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. 3 ao n m 1 (JO a hi Cfnthlma.- " Mlietbr Oly. IM -' the h 13 tho difference," Brother Jones, no," protested the Dinah will continue to be satisfied with the "What "Ma, say ma, who was I in n h. in oi a i a jo barn-yar. Kaliueuth fowl. Iiiutille lie responded Forrest, "when wo turn deacon, "I havo just had a lightning Air. ilnton . . C IS p mill II a m aw MltebelMMirf-.-.. Moore?" is m 11 w ' !.eballtl. . aM.w...MMM rod put on tho houso at an expense ot round wont we be on their raro?" "Hu u eh," whispered his mother, MAYSVII.I.K DIVISION. 1 wpM ' New llaiee. .. AndGkts the Gihl. A healthful IT It " "Forrest never read a book in his S3G, nnd I proposo wo hold oil and No.lSI.1. 1Mlugiona piu. Arr Maririllea aapni Arr. I.etaite4i JuierteMi cautiously, "its n hymn." moonlight cveuing is good for building 1u lailntn 9 Him " ClnrlnMil Junelkm mtiiuwaiiiw seen" continues the cor givo her n fair show to do business 1" so. 1.1 " l'arla 10 a to ll" ma," continued the houses. No money is required, only life. I havo , "No, it aint, MajMllle 9 loam loulllllle. No. No. 16 " MajillllZJpm I'atli I, It.7wi hopeful, "it's a woman; say, who's talk. Two younc lovers discuss the respondent, "an order addressed by To Cr.KANsi: the Tekth. A good TKAINSnniNtl SfllTll. going homo to Dinah Mooro?" future after they aro married. They Forrest to Colonel Starnes on the held way to cleanse tho teeth is to dip tho -- TralnaNo. ami 2 run dallr: all rthtrf daltr hT. 9HH. MaaciO, tfftl. 'Willie, said his mother inn ghast- sit dawn with their arms cntwiued at Murfreesboro. Forrest wroto in le9ataMaaWBWBBl Kfl't ttanday. yprrial Halt to Hmttranlt. For water, ruu u over genuine Hurt", raieaand inmrniiiion prriaiitinfia time, SYMMTOMS OF A ly voice, "you're disturbing the meet- uround each other, and say they will pencil on tho pommel of his saddle. brush in Lee. lAukfllle .. , call on r addrr-- e . ISOiui white castile soap, then dip in prepar connrctloiii. it 8. T. iiWIPT, Aft-- , 1 ft p m Lte. btanbrd ....... ing. It means going to heaven to die build as soon as they aro married and Its words were : 'blames, fetch up ed chalk. A lady says: "I havo been CHAM. I. 1IIIOWN, t I'. AT A. Crat.Orehird.... IR " 4 10 l'or no more." " Aptetitr II w I coative l'aln In J. I. KM.ISON. Urn'! Manager. Arr I.Ilag4ton the season has advanced a little. They them cuns. Give em heir oi 0 I.Te. Iea.ler . tt.ll aenaalion In the t ,0 " the part. witn it 1111 ler the rihouldar iDihe no morel O, ma, don't they will have a two story houso, with an rest had seventeen horses killed under complimented upon the whiteness tMu-" Arr. I'au. mr teeth, which were origiually any blade, fulitieaa after eaiina, with a him during the war. eat a'uy ihlng there ? I don't want to attic. They will havo a three-storthing but white. I havo used the to cf body or mind. a e go there if they don't havo any din- house, perhaps. It shall have this or Irritability .f r Low apirtta, with TULLMAN PALACE CAH8 a feeling; of having: nenlerVril aomeiluty. One of the Latest Extbava-oances- . soap constantly for two or threo years, ner!" that number of rooms. This conve wearitio.a, iiiaaiun-a- , ToMra.phla, I.lltle IlAei. Mobile, MeHtgemiery, ai mo Flower dresses nro the hist anil mo cuaiK lor mu iiisiyuur. iiieru Heart, Dota In tarn the eyee, YelluwHkln. His mother explained as well as she nience or that convenience will make an.1 New (Irleana. Iteedaclio cmerally over the right eye, Kuiigranti toTeta hive tfaelrtlteeef Iweraulea made in two or is no danger cf scratching tho teeth, could, anil Willia sat still lor hall a it much more desirable than any extravagance, and nre Time wMeh Iteatleaaneaa, with Utful dreama, highly via Menipblaer tla New Orleaea. three dilferent ways. A dress of palest as the chalk is prepared, but with a minuto, his bright eves roving about other house. iiulkerau.l ratea rawer than by auy ether coloraj Urine, and Hundreds of little pink tulle, strewn with petals shaded good still brush and tho soap, it is as route It-- alMihe CONSTIPATION. thodnirch, Then he asked in a shrill points are discussed. Tho season adfrom deep pink to white, is ono char effectual ns soap and sand on a floor." whisper: QUICKEST, 0HEAPEST AND BEST' T! TTS rMrrlllyniUite.llo No ming fancy. Another of tulle in The season passes. vances. , fMiflfkw rCfrrta aurliA chang nrli "Ma, is God out of town 1" A colored man was sentenced to the houso built. The other fellow builds ltoule tu all Hluta la Mleaourl. Kanaea, Illloola. of frlltitra ! nloiiUli llir tutTerrT. rmu small nulls over silk has roses strewn penitentiary in Fayetto county a short tb Tiiv1.. liirrnfti ll 1 Mtrlllr, Mul m Indlaua, Iowa, Nebraaaa, IVdoradu Aikantaa answered tho dis- the house. "No o o, ia ii ti (Inly one rhange tu Chicago, h( Ioh4 an.1 Kt. rk itii l.it. u irllon imlha over the sarface with heads down, a time since, ior three venrs. for stealing on r ritlr tracted woman faintly. te Ihe nnitrltlifvl an fur tuillirr iRfurniilhiu about Ilrirultir Sluul ari pr Il4fril It o , au-- t in flat en Igraal ratea 10 Uu...l South, Kaneaa, Colorado, "Jennie June" says: "There is no Nemours, tho stem and foilago "Then, what's Mr. Kelley running J ?lurijr u X, Y, a piece of copper worth 825. When Florida. aJd.-raI. I. .fl Jllllti:. STILL LEADS WITH THE Urn I'au. and Ticket Agt.. Iiuiaillle, Ky this meeting for, ma?" continued the doubt that it is a good thing tor men embroidery, whilo tho flower is artifi nske.d by the judge it no nan any OrK J Anthony, Agt (jtanlbrd. Ky. and women to live and love nnd mar- cial. In a third the apron and front thing to say why sentence should not sweet child. HAIR The choir sang him down, but as ry, nud lav tho foundation of good of bodice aro of roses, lilacs or prim- be passed upon liim.he&aidliohad not, (IHAT lit II .!lV,lt xmi tanre.l taallliaar THE NEW .F.OTJTE EAST, II1.A1 ka nalaral color ijn u.tln.tantaiivuuaty lllm n fiuiativa. i.r nauigtthe meeting closed with a moment of government in happy homes; but the roses, massed to conceal tho founda- but ho only regretted no nau not stol ev4d MA silent prayer, his gcntlo voice was dis- woman s horizon ought not to be tion. At Nice extreme elegantes af- en a ilrovo ot cattle instead oi the 7 Iirurai.u a eeul by ii"o on receipt of II. iirit-t:,3.-i jit'KUAY vr.,xi.w yohu. fect dresses covered in this way with copper. Tho joko lay in the fact that bounded by marriage. Her capacitinctly heard, saying: i.u.iw ui (Br, vrrra macit, aika latai.im iuaiia.ji "Old Mrs. Jones' switch doesn't ties for loving and enjoying exist just real flowers, and in their first fresh n mini lmil Suet lififlil ftpntfllirpd for iuiru uia like yours does, ma '" the same, whether she has a husband ness they are ideally lovoiy. mos- - one year for stealing eighteen head of match her hair IMC DISEAStS OF lalj me ton Transcript. yvtM.YOUTH and MANHOOD or not; and there aro cattle. Eiotujujd in Advance. Great is which domestic routine, springs inwillUIUII lltllll HI 1 though un.u. ki'ieeF thought to A brass enterprise. "A circular from a (Jhica ingly accepted and joyfully performed, uiiiaum uiuu miu During tho races in St. Louis tho OUT MEDICINE y eiimrTniieiiTU bo the largest ever made, has just police kept all the regular gambling Aiiii-Hi.i1 go 'firm oilers to newspaper editors au may fail to satisfy. For those woa ci Ii. tanir cui'm.11 Till: ONLY LINE lti;.VM.N(l -- CeaaeT w. llruae. but eel riir- -Ii cent and ill a. 1,1.1 Ouaeka. electrotype of tho execution ot uui men who do not marry life has still a been finished by the Eaton, Cole it places closed. In this emergency a AND SELL THE BEST k I J teaujf Ifl bo wed immediately after that storehouse of treasures, which need Burnham Co., C8 John St.New York. faro bank was opened in n room in tho rreicrtpllona fire e and r t. cli la llell Hum I'm 0 n Addreia i.l bug-- , 11 eiit-It is of cost brass, 4 feet 9 inches in Southern Hotel, and tho gamo was BUGGY ON THE GLOBE event occurs. Uio electrotype is a only to be believed in and worked for THE PUBLISHER Oe 2)4 Milwaukee. Wli, length, the bell haviug a diameter of conducted so quietly that the landlord -- WITIIremarkable work of art. It repre- to be given up as fully and freely as 20 inches. Its weight is 400 pounds, did not find it out until it had been FOR THE MONEY. sents the assassin suspended from tho to men." Pullman Sleeping Coaches ! and its vaiuo S500. Tho supply pipe going three days. But it was not a e gallows, .while about him are grouped RELIABLE SELF-CURis 4 inches in diameter. It goes to a profitable venture, as the bank had The Kentucky Stale Journal wants a miscellaneous lot, including a clerSEND FOR CATALOGUE A where lost $13,000 when the play was stopA favfirfta From LOUISVILLE rrtrrlntlftti at nni of thft gyman, "our artist," physicians, re- to know why widows are fleshier tbau largo steam saw mill in Canada, molt hot4 ajid uccaful pcullsia In tb II. M. .Buwrfttnd) tor tbmeut ot Xtrrntf nubility. AND TESTIMONIALS OF porters, guards, prison officials and old maids. We suppose tho widow it is to be employed, with a system of ped. Hul . urloj"a-From the prominence rejoices at getting rid of a man, and signals, to give orders to the lumberscientists. U pltla Bev.-Ufuistau cao To WASHINGTON,! aVoaC.IIiiHAaatlll'aeViaii4 1miw till it. Tho largest bell in tho world is the HUNDREDSOF LIVERYMEN .ddf.ii DR. WARD & CO., Lowluiaa. M. given "our artist," tho clergyman and consequently having nothing to troub- men at a distance, and to summon tho great bell of Moscow, at tho foot of THIlOUClilTIIK thee'xecutioner, .and the peculiarly le her, she gains flesh. Happy and widely scattered employes in case of tho Kremlin. Its circumfercuco at the WHO HAVE USED THEM people are almost always fire. atrocious look of villainy delineated conteuted S aa. feet, and bottom is nearly sixty-eigh- t Grandest Scenery in America! upon each of their countenances, tho healthy; tho happier the fleshier being .rlb le llleee. sfV-.W- O ax!Ia.ale.. Ml. aag A few days ago a farmer living its height moro thin twenty-onDRESS" "V feot. .V.ttM llM.k lUlllllr. Connecting dlriet Iu 1'eiin. Uet fr Ilralf kvakUllU ai f U.M.lil clergyman's face being tho wickedest the rule. Old maids are kept thin by near Nashville was getting ready to In its stoutest part it is tweuty-threU.k.eM, liMeerl.i .... ..-- w III UU9 ADrtii... .evriaur .rraieo ailMluf t.f. 'lrle..,tho possession of what cut his wheat, when the negroes he of all, the unsophisticated observer worrying for " .' efUaeer.Mli4. Caller been inches thick, and its weight has . l Ifcf iaaaa..trle br ai.ll. Baltimore,Philadelphia&N.Y. Haw will bo at first puzzled to decide which the widow rejoices over losing. If she had hired by tho year sent to him computed to bo 433,772 pounds. It Mwriai.e la lalr aa.aale. II I. al a IraM. is tho murderer. And after he per- could only bo brought to understand Aairraa, lilt. IIITIH. t . aih m, M. leak, la, TheOnl DlrwtUnoto extra pay during the har has never been hung, and was proba ceives "which is which," ho will bo and appreciate the ioys of single bles vest season. l.l AI1I.HIH.1 UIKIt TIIIUTV KAUH. IIo refused and a striko bly cast on the spot whero it now COLUMBUS OHIO. Tlriula uml (ho C'arolIuaN, HARRIS REMEDY C0.,."li-a:i!l,ap't'to regret that more of the party sedness she too might have so mo flesh seemed imminent. He quietly retti:FKKENCE stands. a OiakU aaa kaU reaa'a al Contentment is half marked to were not hanged, on generil princi- on her bones. . ttAAB kaa-Tlfketa aroonaale at rlrwlnl Tlikrl Otllrea, au.uu VJ.IIfl Mum vrta l.ain.tllnv J ir.llAfiRIS- PASTIUE RtUeOT IfKItTLSHISP . oiio of his hands that ho .., . ..,.. il...l..ha .! , r...I.B anil at lliedeneral tllbee of Ibe (.'. A II. llalleay, !.i ... Tho Rev. Dr. John Brown, of Bed-lor- lirewairr aiurui u, .u Hot Springs Sentinel. ples that is, if their faces are indica- the battle. ff Ma aa4 mk i ar , . believed he would buy a gluu entire irniM ft.,.,iii aj faitktl Ubll l.iiiiKtllli-put four yeara. England, now traveling in this B.Uifactlun to alt Ho far hy ha them, and L at till) Went JliiliiMri-i'ttive of their character. Wo give tho lrtHt(auTe who hat! bought If aiftatT gkmtmf Fecdiug wheat bran without a mix- Next morning bis hands walked into country, is a successor to John Bun-ya- eipeCI IO BUIO . l. air". . mvt. . Infornialiou, aJJrwa J. I'. lillNbT, 1'orfurtker (tallLrmlla. .... circular this little pull from purely If Bl tho field with their cradles and went T W Ksbh 4f .t vv ia u,t, raMU Iban anof toe proiloua yean. Tnutlng (Irueral Houlliweilrru Ageut, fc ) ttawting at. author of tho "Pilgrim's Pro- you will be abfe tn Oil all ordera proiuhtly, I aui, disinterested motives wo don't mean ture of some other meal with it lias to work without nnother word about a.atl'haatat klMllNlrruai (L.tiialti,. .,!. ,6., l. Heal j aiail U biala tBiih.! liarviitali KTiniint ii II a I). W.KMITII, 11, w. rtii.i.i:it. been found highly injurious to colts in bbfa. gress," in his pastorate, and is only IafjeitfIuJ. to use the electrotype. k tiail. lJawlAlalilfilmmt lr t lg wmmf btillen'l Manager, tlen'l I'au'r Ag'i. Mbf Ult leUWMff eUti Mavl HI Mkl Mit M England, as it is apt to form stony se- extra pay. tho sixth minister that church has had tt, - .. a t.ahaara uaaw In a.a..l aK.ltlm9 The matrimonial aspirations of Lee cretions iu the bowels. Stones proUKJITLBHKH; msi Au artcsiau well sunk, for manu since its organization, two hundred your work Ha.- Clarke..county for the auia it "i pa lour In Hale and Katie Morgan were opposed duced there from tho excessive uso of facturing purposes, a few miles north and fifty years ni;o. UUIiaBMni Jtlff Willi HI" UC lltllHUIU'l Wiiu.verullr by, her parents at Chattanooga, Tenu. bran have been taken out of horses af Your luytt are custoturri. ic Cincinnati, is yielding salt wutcr. If you want a strictly First-Clas- s Buggy or knowlolird She was kept so close a prisoner that tcr death, weighing many pounds. of t liit hninlrv It is tho opinion of a Philadelphia Itir..!.. '1KBbr our cuatorarrs to In Ihe Terjr Wit i l. l.inah t ... it.. w wmm IUB The well is 2G0 feet iu depth, and Uli.i.tttyring iium Uwouounted all plans of elopement failed, as she When sawed through they appear to spouts forth about ninety gallons of man, probably n night editor, that a Your Combination ...ft.... a ...1 ...!.. vl.llnv I Phaeton at Reasonable Prices, call on or 111....... a......XT.... It ... 10 go . .I.I&.1.. was not allowed to go boycud the be composed of ahardcrystalhuomass, U.P. OUggT HOW water, containing a bushel oi sail eve iuniily who don i know enough without la ' certainly111 without W. rival. Taking all in .mi all a if"inH..rwi. veranda of the house. At length deposited in regular riugs, resombling ry minute. Tho peoplo for miles to church at tho proper hour, address we foarlaaily any that your bugglea cannot be Hale made up u party of friends, in appearance the concentric riugs of around visited tho well and enrriod hearing tho clang of a bell, wouldn't beaten lutha country fur atyle, tlul.h.iud duraunless the cashier bility. Youra truly, a minister, and approached wood, iiiey prove lo be ptiospnaio oi homo quantities of salt for domestic meet a bank note TKHW4NT A MoiH. Co., came and blew n horn in front oi his Hprlngfleld, Ohio. thejbouio near enough to signal Katie magnesia and ammonia. uses. houso. to come out. The obliging clergyman (ikhtlkhbn: I hate had In llierr now fur over two yeara, and liar not iient a dollar for reCounsellor Polk was fined 620 for 8 & 0 Public Laiiding, Cincnnati, had shortened tho inarriago ceremony A "society" lady, of Louisvillo, was of pair! on hem, end they look nearly aigoodai A physician says that 8einl tt catalogue ii.it for this occasion to a few words, and contempt of court at Winterset, Iowa, thrown out of a drag last week and our new. Hare had bugglea of aereral other uiinu. American wives are totally ignoruoua an good aa the Coluuibua it was, supposed that theso could bo the alternative being twenty days im- hud her "leg" broken. Probably tho ant of every thing that pertairis to tlitsir laeturera, and Bud bugglea. ItiiepectAilly, lluggy Cuujpauy't T. K. llkueUMaif, spoken before any interruption occur- prisonment. He had no monoy, and worst uso you can mako of a lady's own health or thai of tho healthful Couyera, (leorgla. rnmlhutttoH of Vro red. Tho girl was caught on the ver- his fellow members of tho bar raised leg is to break it, but it is certainly rearing of nn infant. Iron, rrvuvinn I'hoMjtJuirUMln OixtlbMICn: The bugglea 1 bite bad of youi anda by a big brother, and in escaping tho amount. "My gratitude is bound- encouraging to find that legs havo ut iMitatnhtf oitii, 'Hit manufacture hare glreu m eullre aatiafactlou. (lul IIi.Whtiik WoJifcN. The bent from him fell down the steps, bruising less, dear friends," taid he. "I havo lust matin their advent into good They aie Ihe beat I hare eter uaed fur the tame prtM tut tun uf iron of nil liumtnitr drnenil nn the giiod amount ofuuney. Youra truly, (unlft tvitt twi blacken the herself considerably; but too ceremo- not hud twenty dollars iu my pocket society. Formerly wo had nothiug L. CoLLim, Liveryman. rhururtrrUtteof bent uf ! vrrtHirutton, Jupllo, Mlaaourl. ny was successfully performed amid before for twenty years I shall keep but "limbs." Sluysvillo Moruing lieultli for our womenthefolic Woman's MllllVU Uxl Kit llAleflU'j llu. I painful weaknoaaea relieving II I Irirnil .u Iu t in piain u r anil in an iiittrliiutjor it there, with your kind permission;" Call. uu eutiuiuj ji the cheers of a multitude with Ihe I liarebeeaconuettwl twi uiv u J.rnio (iKNTI.aUltN: IAK1H'a in iuUiur W I J 1 .f IS luctvtuik Ii i TaTluUL illU lIntt'tLM- lt uial lilt, autl auluia with which no many are alliiotml, ami n a 11 ll bugglea fur ttfleeil iHiibia. ll.'X'l"Mi and ho went joyfully to jail. ii aUt tulliu VtuUiUirulcuratal. ,. family mwlicine oil luanufailureofaoddeallin!net Iu lue mail factory O'omtinon ftle Howi tluiniffl' s rtuiMv hx liiluylt Uok Your work doea A Hoosier youth named Gosling Ktineral attack ami curine for warllnnliver Tho biggest man iu Louitiauu livei t tu.iutut lib) .nam luvv )n.itui l) ILi viigliiiilliii.inii..r. iiUutlaa I baitl InfiH uu Iu wood, Iroti atonlauli, billon work, but la auioolhly unlihed itiujirrit nucMluauy Iru prt (tarauc u Uiv'e In t id. ruth a uiiikuuJ Ciu'r and u half miles wait of Abbey-ville- . uaed Im, lU'liKIti hAMl The people of Tavans, Flu.,, eat al- saw a girl at church, courted lior two uml kiilner complaint, la Drown' Iron painting and uluiiulug. Material baa IIIedIhe ut.lcniiMilv . .Du, UAi.rEUliujM'l'uNa f anrri'ulfv in myvprat lie prof tu ('iiluiut-u- i N Hum? (buipaur'e bugglea .'..JiUa.UA-!!!!- . .M br riii iwt His name is Kmile Sellers, ligator steaks mid tenderloins in pref- bourn, and at tho end of thrco was lllltcm. It contain jnt Midi be of the lal. 'f bey mil Ugh!. Kvrry tine In tv MCilortothf OliHMtA it ji weight 1721 pounds, is sixty year of erence to tho tough beef obtainable married to her. A man who docs up DronrMIw aa are needed in female dlaeaaea. Ibla muuty whu bate bought your buguleaare fulfil ralhrttUltfitl ton ta I wall i.Bedj the glue Ihe lel of wtlafaallou. tt utitut oifun ami ' aKVenjoyB good health and is comfort- there. The meat when pur boiled and all hfs courting in two hours and then ami U auiwrior to all other preparation a Youra truly, nervvtt tiMtemmaklnn true uiedlaal tonic, for kIviiik health, K. I!. Watt. it oi'hlUiihtA ta tlmreati ably situated, Mr. Sellers says ho fried presents tho fair uppeurauco of murrics, misses lots of fun. It's liko atrviictji and vigor to every part of the Wluvlmler, Ilia. Ihtitltty, Iai vf ilmif seventeen years of uge. the breast oi a fowl, and jtosseises a slufliug himself with peaches and body. II you are weaic, nervoiia aim was married at WJ3illtli.1V, tttr, I'rotlratton vf Vital 'I CIKO. luwrr uml Itnimttaer His wifo is still living, a lady of about flavor almost as delicate and appetiz cream iu five minutes and then havor njflVrinu' from ilyepl MANUrACIUHEDBriHEDR.HARTER MEDICINE CO.. 213 N. MAIN ST.. .1, LOUIS Urowu's Iron liiller will aurely cure vou. Dealer for Lincoln aud QarrarJ Oos. ing dyspepsia tho rest of the year. 1,5 pounds iu weight. ing. Method of Oil Printing. Newtoaner Routine. It is hard to tell, from this distance, whether you nro fitted for tho hard lifo of a newspaper writer or not. That fs tho only question to bo decided, for qunlilicntlon is quito immaterial, l on must Ixj prepared to riso from your bed as early as 10 A. r., in order that you may havo finished reading your private mail uy noon, ijuncn is always paid for by tho office, but you havo cot to accustom yourself to but flvo courses nnd to only two kinds of wine aomo papers stand three, in- dog-figh- t, Bat that Trade. ! An nninml whoso instinct teaches it to givo quid pro quo should bo capable Vfl ltOVHI.ti NVHiHU. IWHKHl & Tho last Of (turnout uprrotttt (.illfrn. miniif.rtiirr-- I 1 liicntioii. of n bttsincM candidate wo should select for such A II. An'lrw, (hinm In txl nrdrr nrhMi. himh, lliiM.,ntlll w ! Itviiilra it 1irUIUn schooling is tho thievish rat; but now ,lrr. J. H, IMOI.AI, H.mllk, Kt wo learn that thoro nro rudiments of TITUvTIia aMTUMIIilTiit honesty nnd fair dealing in ono species InerTett Miyll, lM. of oven that animal. A curious state"" aNciNKATiBnirnrsitir tnvisiox. ment is mado nbout tho trading rat, fl CtUBRATtO which h ono of the unique and inter7rTyAimiirjg"l and tho angels. B Ha. rTTATIOKN. Most women curse sin Iteforo em- esting nnimals met with in tho Rocky r.w. ia.n. mountains. Tho miners of tho region bracing patience 8 Ml IMM 111 I.re tlnelnnatl... .... Women who havo not fine teeth on- deolnro that, nlthough theso rnts enter It 41 11 W " tleorielnwn. .. II MM1 " Iilnglen 111 mines, nnd tako houses, camps and ly laugh with their oyes. NUhTalTle ii a IU ItM Friendship Ixstwccn women is only things that do not belong to them, High HrMit ..., II H all ilia a " Ititifllle..,. ait 11 M they novcr tako nn nrticlo without a suspension of hostilities. I " Junrtten Oil .. IM 2 40 aw n man is discreet, ns leaving something in its place They Women ask if m " I'Mnt Ilatnafla 34a conduct n trade, and henco their name. A III men ask if a woman is pretty. aw IUxki.l. ...... a 44 " Hpftntl Clly an flTho most chaste woman may bo tho They enter dwellings at night and ..... ivsH stctl any thing they can find, carrying most voluptuous, if sho loves. A.N. is no longer attract nwny spoons, knives nnd forks, hut in When a woman CW)... 1IU l.te, I hatlannaja. ail", fprlngllly . variably leaving a chip, stick or a ive sho ceases to lo inconstant. " llwkwuitl .. Ill' lulu Women never weep moro bitterly stone in placo of each nrticlo taken I aa II M I'olnl Iratmttle.. l " pWimerML liu away. Tho miners look upon tho unthan when they weep with spite. a.-Clly .. I Jnntllen lianillln When a woman cannot tw rovenged, canny dealings of theso precocious ani i an i no lllfh Itrldae mals with superstition almost amountthey do as children do; they cry. a. IM NlrheeatilTle Mlft IM ' lllnglwfl A woman, nnd her servant, acting ing to awe, nnd tell many wonderful llevrgelean m IM i TOallul iu accord, would outwit a dozen devils. stories of their finesse, nnd tho length -- .. Arr UnelnHell lie The trtUe ninl rnianalnl. mflrlnir frnm Woman is a charming crcaluro who to which thoy carry their depredations, AI.AIIAMA (lltKAT mluTllllllN. i form, hit or innv changes her heart as easily as her but tho predominant quality with dTHrl the Mlo i.l tl'ir mn lnnlilr 1 I.ve. Clilttaiiiwita M(l for n ........ 11 aa ...... " A Italia which they invest them is tho faculty tnrntal romfort, lo trr lln"trtlrr' Mmnfh gloves. " IHrmllMlhiiu..... ....... lllllrm. ijulionot the mint ilrllonle sio " Tuaoahioaa --.... aw IMtltr lo II liarmlcM itixl IU rwforalire Women liko balls and nsscmuncs as of trading or exchanging alluded to. trr. Meridian .... WW jiroiKTtlw. l'lmirl.in rvrnwlirrr, a hunter likes a piaco wncro gnrao ltd tho 'tilllTHli-- l llijuorn of l'lf. his retrench Idea ot Women. Women havo no worso enemies than women. Woman conceals only what sho does not know. Ono must bo n woman to know how to rovengo. Woman is moro constant in hatred than in iovo. Woman is acrcaturo between man The A FOR SALE Cincinnati, New Orleans Texas Pacific CntlllCII nillKCTOHT. NerTlreaareryNnndayinornlngandnleht. Prayer MeallngaThiiraday nlglila. MundayrVhml v. J H. Klm, Hnperlntendent. The al O0 Wnman'e Mlaafnnary Hoetely meela here on Ihe Ut Munday Ineaeh month, at I o'eloik. Mil, T. T Oar leaa, 1'ienWnit. JVf inilOIiTrr.riOUTIt.-ltkr.- J. . mm, Railway. HAITIST. night. Itar. J at. Haw and IVmilh Noit-lai- N. " A Trayef Meeting non. Kumlay Hchool at Hutierlntendeiit. e(ry B to Wednesday after. a. m. It. K. Harrow Iaalne. Hertlree morning and .. i... 1 - . . T. Hitters ln.iln-olK.i- - !. aalle-raill- guar-ente- fit-- J" i i ! 1 1 .. .l I I , - India-rubber- IRON p .. I I T M IHaW" BITTERS 1 Ktn-uutlKm-rioo pro-pare- d unf-iui- ly s, 111 . tn-tln- . ;iiu 1 Prayer-Meetin- liH-tl- g 111! d Juotln.... .. TUTTS Ii.if eai-rtio- 1 .... PILLS tlleln-olniail- ... TORPID LIVER. .... m no-no,- " GitiT INTHE WORLD. in r v t a . TU ITS DYE. . m m ummi WASHINGTON! rl,r.r-1uTr-Ur- steam-whistl- e, u.u .... ui SOLID TRAINS, 11 FREE! E, CBv-BmT- ' o - llxalnH-o- X self-binde- w"o-."- U ' b 1 l gate la k tataal 11 1, fllM, - aia-- l 1 - eaf - a - 1. a. 1 .. -- Ashbrook, Tucker & uino-tenth- s I WMM 1.11 1 y 1 11 TV .111 1 (1 i I.