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Semi-weekly interior journal: June 30, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882063001_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: June 30, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Stmt VOLUME BU510. s Halli mnr-row- Itifefiif Imtfnal 30, 1882. STANFORD, KY., F1UDAY, JUNE When NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 56. W T. . WALTON, WALTON, Cditar and Proprietor R. Buttnttt Managtr tlMairil Tiirnittiu NU.no IMC ""' DIARY. I'rlilnU't It ANNUM, DELONOS A Ternbl Tale of Safiering. X Tho Navy Department Is in receipt of a report from Kngfnccr Mclvlllo, of tho ill latcd Jeannotto, giving in detail the tory of lih scnrcli for Do Ijong-nuiparty nml tlio discovery of their dead Indies. TIio following extract, aro from DoLonc's notebook. Unilcr ilato of Monday, Oct. .'I, Do Thursday, l!l Willow tcajnonows Long writes his party thought thoy from Niiidcrmaii; wo aro in tho hands saw a hut, lint, upon reaching tlio of God, and union He rolonts wo aro spot, only n mound. A oauin wni lost; wo can not inovo against tho made in a holo in tho lilulf, anil n wind, and staying hero means starvaroaring tiro was soon burning ami tion; in tho nftcrnoon went nhcad a drying their clothes, whilo tho cold mile: after crossing nnothsr river, Nothing branch of Hig river, missed Lee; went wind nto into their hacks. was left to cat but their dog, which down on tho bank nnd camped; sent was killed und dressed, nnd a stow back for Ijce;holind laid down nnd was made of such parts as could not lio waiting to die; nil united in saying cured. All partook of tho stow tho Lord's I'raycr and cried; nfter Del.onc and tho doctor. Aloxy suppor a strong galo of wind unit a was lent oil to oxannno wnni iney horrible nijjht thought was n hut, and came luck nt Kridav. II llreakfast. willow tea: night with n fnvorahlo report. It was dinner, half n tcaspoonfui of sweet oil decided to wait till morning beforo and willow tea; Alexy shot ono ptarleaving. , It was then below xero.nnd migan; had soup; wind moderating. n wateh was set to kcop tho firo going, Saturday, October 15 llreakfast and all huddled around it, and thin on willow tea nml two old boots; contho third night without sleep was cluded to movo at Etinriso; Alexy passed. If Alexy had not wrapped breaks down, nlso Lee; camo to an ids sealskin nrnuiid DcLong and kept ompty grain raft, halt and camp; nccrKiarjr. m . him warm by tho iieat of his Itody ho jRn of smoko nt twilight to tho No Time to Tell a Lie, ho would havo per- j wnrd. thinks keep Jesse C. had tho reputation of being uillikery, lliiTcjiiNt received nml will (Im ooimluiiUy on IiiiikI u freli and hew Kunday, October 10 Alexy broke ished, as ho was steamed nnd shivered choicest lino or tlio "biggest liar" iu Georgia, and ho nnd shook. At 8 A. m. the parly down; divine service. was novcr known to como out behind. How th Judge Crotsetl the Stream. IliLLKlIl'oiiudralre to Inform Hie Udlet Monday Aloxy dying; tho doctor reached a hut largo enough to hold IJill II. sat on tho shady ofMIm Tlclnlljr that the Is conitantlf recelrlng a thli Well, we were riding along the road Ono hot day them, and for tho first timo since Sat-- ! L iptt.ol him, nml had prayers for the side of his barn. After dinner ho saw .erf handtoiue line of aplendld new Spring and talking public unlay they managed to get warm, nick; Mr. Collins' birthday; forty ono chilly day in November, talent, Jess riding in great haste toward town. 8uidnierMllllnerr, which aheoflera to the lock ol at Terr low figure. Among her beautiful business and legal Trimming are all the lateit dralgna. Including the Krickson was very low, nml prayers yean old; about suniet Aloxy died about court Hill hailed him and went to the gate. nge, irilhellc flower. Hhe lia also a g n smnll stream that wcro read for him hoforo the others jirom exhaustion nnd starvation; cov when wo struck nsked what he wanted. "Stop Denartment, where the greatest attention nppeared to bo about thirty yards iu Jess I glTen to the cutting, Citing and making of all sought rest. At 10 a. M. nil oxcopt orcd him with tho ensign nud laid him time for klndiofdreisra. big 27- width. "Hello," said .Judge Norton, nnd tell us asaid lie." "No Alexy laid down to sleep. Alexy in a crib. Jess. "Your uncle All or which llipywlll Missouri, "this is a new stream to lyimr now," i i V 111! t i 4III Calm nnd mild; snow of oil to hunt, and soon returned Tuesday went . llitlll Ui'll and 1 liOtl fH Ilf ri ( " w ii. Hill MIIMI .....-- . I , lllf . ! r n. ; huaco m o n ar...,b mil uuiiii: iUI mo wuiwuwi t'HI m ... I Stanford Female College. wet, having fallen Into a river. At falling; buried Alexy in tho afternoon; nil-- nun rimii u im-iI (5 up, and had n laid him on tho ico and covered him ndvnntago of his iguornncc, protend fin." And on he went. Bill ran to M. they roused i. ed to survey tho situntinn, ami alter KTANFOIU), KY. t for each person with slabs of Ico. They lire Ih ngciils lor the wile of Jlntfiiiglj'M superior iwtitid of and told his wife. She - tho house Woolen CiJooiN nml YnriiH. day a allowance;' Wednesday Outline: up tent to cmorcinir from tho thicket, mI solemn- tratherod up tho children. He hitch- and actio of tea. tho . . I ..,....... malwtnir y- -; ""b- - nnit , , but thoy wctoso grntelui lliai mey male o ftct gear; tlio tlootor went niieati j 'i ed tho wairon. loaded in his family. With a Full Corps of Teachers, u "i.iKe a . n were not exposed to tho torrlhle galo to find new camp; shifted by dark. ? ThI Institution will on Hi Thirteenth (iesaton --- ,,0 . on the 2d Monday In Sentemlier next. Tl liursday-Ilri- ght sunny, but raging nt tho timo that which was and, Bol'c, (driving j.. -, - "J un very ool.i; i.eonni immck uoncun. ,7 thoy Mill not minu snori rniions. he found the family and two neighbors ALI. THE BKANCUE8 OK A -V riday-lv- aack was found dead '. cm t, said J, so sup 030oustrii Wednesday they had ten and dog- Sol buried- -to B5Tnil ...I Aloxy again nhotit midnight botweon tho Doctor """" otvim nnrnsa ininnrr inn ilnnlli for breakfast. meat i."B.7":.;i!hovc8in half n biK watermelon THOnOUGHENGUSHCOURSE "1 wcut oil' hunting and camo back with and myself; Leo died about noon; experience." "All right." he Tlie surprise was iniitual, and osp a- Are taught, a well u nothing. On lhursday thoy had a read jirayors for tho sick when wo ol your "V". 8af, B'J MUSIC. TUB IiANQUAQES. DJtAW-INdismounting from his horse. Then "f0?9 nail cup of third hand tea with an ounce found ho was going. Jess for n Incr. lie, 1 .11 n. j..,i.:.. LI1ITIII III! l:. I'll LI I i . AND PAINTING. Saturday Tim weak to oarry bodies in III of alcohol in it. Aloxy was again it, hut was fool enough to together, placed them between his only got I wouldn't believe him again out to hunt nnd Krickson died while of Iams nnd Kaack out on tho ice; tho it. have bought out my brother, It. .. Wenrcn, cautiously into tho he was gone. Alexy returned empty-- 1 Doctor, Collins and myself carried teeth and started Marietta bo was dying." choked my handkerchief in- if I knew ami continue tlio Furniture ami Undertaking Tho notes nt this iwint say, them nrouud tho corner out of sight, creek. I I J tb handed. In Tuition, price range from f ii to S50 to my mouth to keep from laughing, Journal. regular Deiartuient. rriniarr, tii; Intermedial, business at the same stand, in the St. Asuiih Hotel "What in Ood'snamo is going to bo then my eyes closed up. no. "Indeed these bo the days of horning 13V; 1'reparatoJx, flO, and Collegiate, Fourteen pounds of' .Sunday Kvery body pretty weak; while the Judgo gravoly waded across como of us 7 slock of Furniture of evbuilding. I will keep a With gardens For full particular, aa to Board, Jc, adJreu miles to glont or rested to day anil then man through exactly four luetics ot water; grateful emotion. t left and twcnty-livcannot bo beatery description and sell at iigures seen Ihey could ngcd to get enough wood in by dark; ut you would hovo died to havo when laughing with rotund gladness, and MRN. N. V. Tltllr.IIKAKT, l'rlMclpul n iMwihle settlement. . ! .1 en. 3ly stock of Collins and Caskets will bo compreStanford, Lincoln Co.,Kj. ' lok, of, unutterable disgust tho dinner table loaded with peas, pons uio eiul part of divino service; suirering not ilit: n crave lor ho reached tho opposite bank. His tatoes, beets, dainty chicken-fries- , and hensive. Shrouds and Itobcs always on hand. I also L'round was frozen too hard, and they in our feet: no footcoar anhad nothing to dig with, so they sowed Monday A hard night. Tuesday, feet wcro bluo with mud, but his wa- last nud largest, a piling dish ot deliand do carpenter's job work. repair touched by the beans, with fine las Iwdy up in tho laps of a tent, cov- - Wednesday, Thursday, '.27th, 137th kles wcro scarcely straight days be- cate blubber-covereB. K. WEAREN. D (Orders by telegraph promptly attended to.) ter. It was three onion flavoring, and cut ercd him witli their Hag nnd buried day I verson brokon down. Friday General almost to mo ngnin. r o shapely him in tho river. Three volleys from Iverson died during tho early morn-thei- r foro ho spoke bread of careful pones of Hint-corUemingtouj wcro fired over him. ing. .Saturday, 29th Dressier died James Craig. a soup-platUnder dale of October 0, tho notos during tbo night. Sunday, Ojtober Thcro nro no pockets in the trousers browning, supplemented by -of raspberries smothered in . say: "1 17th day llreakfast consiitnd :0th, MOthday Hoyd andOaiUdietl of tho West Point cadets, nor in their sugar nnd stripping t tho night nnd Mr. Collins is coats cither. Tho cadets wear no of tho last half pound of during born of Alderny heifer and -and tea; tho last grain of toa was put dying. vosts, ami aro traiued to do without cream, KCA.S THEE- BE OPENED! in tho kettlo, nnd wo aro now ubout This is tho cud of Lieut. DeLong's pockets. Thoy aro left freo to chooao oat heads and wheat bran, well DoLong, Surgeon Ambler and between putting thcir handkerchiefs what mau would bo so mean as to let to undcrtako tho jourtioy of twenty-'diary- . To IIjoM Irlendi an J to I lie public on fivo miles with somo old tea leaves All nam, the cook, must havo died in their caps or breasts. Tho author-- ; a dinner get cold before ho would go Glasgow Times. to it? Howovor, goon after the last uote was written. nnd two ipiarti of alcohol. itics say thoy must not uso tobacco; THE 15th HAY OF JUNE - .I trust in tiod. nnd believe that Ho' the" nro not allowed to carry tnonoy, llico jelly for n sick person is very Hot Mii.k as a Kiotoiiativi:. feil us this far will not sillier who lias and the ones who govern them do not FOll THE is very easily made. us to dio of want now." Tho party Milk that is heated to much nlwvo 100 seo what need they have for pockets. nourishing, and two heaping tca9poonfulls of nico for tho timo left a record in tho hut, which was degrees Fahrenheit loses arrive they Mix When tho "plebs" first don-C(I MF Hour, with enough cold water to mako found by Melvillo ns already report-- a degreo of its swcctnesH and its swagger around with their hands in sity; but no ono fatigued by over- - their pockets, and, iu lact, do not a thin paste; add a cupfull of boiling UNDF.Il AN water, nuttinir it in gradually; then let and mind, who has They got under way nt 8:30 A. M., oxertiou of scorn to know whero elso to put them. transparent. When nnd proceeded until 11:20, by which ever experienced tho reviving inllu- Ono of the secrets of making soldiers it boil until it is All , you take it from the stovo sweeten and Eutirely New Management. time they had tnailo nooui inrce ence oi u niniuicr oi vuis uui-iKont tho Military Academy is by de llavor it. If it is for a fever patient, miles, and wcro pretty well done up. heated as hot as it can bo sipped, will priving tlio students oi pocKoisnnti BotDraws . flavor with lemon juice; it it is for one , They had a hall ounco or alcohol in a wi iing.y lorego a rcsori to uica .ao ow thcir hau(h Oen. Jas. F. Eobinion. of Lexington, of fur ilinnor. Wont n head of its lavmc been roiulered somewhat and arms to seek tho center of gravity. with summer complaint, put a stick of .mrion Manager. cinnamon in it whilo it ia boiliug. to tho palate. The nnd soon struck what seemed to bo tho loss ncccptahlo Tho office in charge of Men. John which its cordial main river again. Hero four ot tho promptness with Tun Mauii: Haksim Cakk. In Does Not No An edict signed by tho Czar, and ,i.rniif.li rim Im iii irvinre intbieneo is folt is indeed BUrnrisillL'. Fleet and 0. P. Moore, .....i.. Loxincton they havo tho Marie published in tho official Qazetlc of St. to cross, und fearing frost bite, a firo Somo portions of it seem to ho digested Barnes Cake and this is tho way thoy Petersburg, virtually bankrupts overy was built. Aloxy was sent oil to look und appropriated almost immediately; mako it: "Wash and cream, ouo cup rich Jew in Kussia. It provisionally RATES OP BOARD : for fuod, being directed not to go far nnd many who fancy thoy need of butter, add to it two cups of sugar, suspends nil payment for contracts or stimulnntB when exhausted by two und a hnlf offlour, silted nil vory 82.50 nor stay hng. Ho camo back nt&:30 debts duo to Jews, prohibits them from Per Day 11.00 with ouo ptarmigan, of which soup labor of braiu or body will find in light; one half cup of sweet milk, settling outside towns and villages, Week was made, and with half nu ounco of this simple draught nu equivalent that two teaspoons baking powder, nud and otherwise provides for their speedy Per Month (SSUiiyn) 15.00 alcohol made their supper Saturday, shall he nuumlanliy satisiying nun (without beating them) tho whites of extcrpation throughout Czardom. CIIILDHEN AND NUIUJF.8 HALF I'RICE. Phren- iiino eggs. Heat the mixtnro woll Called nil more enduring iu its cL'ecls. October 8 tho notes say: hands nt 6:30; hrenkfiiBt half an ounce ological Journal. and bako in smnll pans. Mako tho A wifo at Uoone. Iowa, cot a di AND LUXURY, Now in Uso or whnt vorce from her husband solely on the EVERY COMFORT of alcohol and n pint of hot water; A nnrrativo of tho sullering und filling of chocolate, cocoantit, of great advantage; death of DeLong ami his men would you like. by her sister, I .ate Im Inelmletl. will a ftunnlleJ to tueala. and ulcohol proves testimony volunteered ttier are atiureJ that In e my reaulalte of a II rat- keeps oil cravings for fowl, preventing ninke ouo of tho most pitiablo chapwho then proteased to detest mm; om elm Hotel the Manaiemeot doea not lutend to to barber iu Lawrence, Mass., A Bo Tagnawing of tho stomach, and has kept ters in history. Much may bo inferOne, a month tlio sister married tiio turixueU by aur In America. within thought it funny to cut tlio hair of a man, and confessed that sho had w. WELCH. up tho strength of tho men, who nro Back. from tho following extract red Truttce customer in u ludicrous given thrco ounces n day. Went tho dead ns thoy wero found : niaiincr, but tho Polico Justico looked schemed to part tho couplo for that abend till 10:30, nud nfter live miloi purpose. "Nono of tho dead had boots. Their view, struck tho big river ngnin, and have feet worn covered with rugs, tied on. Ht it from a dillerent point ofho had and, telling the barber that Iu tho sweet, balmy, delicious hapmado nn advauco to turn back. Only Iu tho pockets of nil wero pieces of assault, fined piness of lovo's first young dream a of ono mile. Cold camp, hut littlo burnt akin und ol tbi clotjiing. which been guilty ofn sorious him fifty dollars nnd costs, with the youth will not only insist on cracking wood nud half un once ot uloohol." Tlio hands of alternative of going to jail. walnuts for his girl, but in picking Sunday, 0th, called ull luiudi nt thov hud been cattiur. burned, audit nil wore moro or less out tho goodies ns well. Two years 1:30: half ounce nlcohol for breakfast; looked ns if whsn dying thoy had It was a mean man und a Chicago after marriage ho will not let her read divitio service, sent Nimlernuui crawled iuto tho fire, lloyd lying ovor artist who annouuoed tho exhibition have tho picker until ho is through. and Korris nhend for relief. They tho firo pieco of sculpture, magnificent nud his clothing being burned returned at sovon o'clock; cheered through to tho skiu, which wns not of n A Missouri woman was astounded "The Old Trapper," nnd then whou them under way; at 8 crossed n cri"ok, burned." tho deluded crowd paid thoir dimos, when n man took her suddenly iu his und broke through tho ice; nil wont . .. a. ..11 l.,i !. nlinilinil IIUO lliu imu nu mwnwi arms and lumped into a ponti wuii up to tho knees; dried tho clothing und Wo think wol'o iu tor pretty costly lllld Weill tooth oonib of the viutHgo her; and gruteful when she learned E-Ohthem a fine 1 S wero under way again nt 10:30; at troiisscnux, hut they are nothing com- ol 18M). that her dross was in a blaze which i o'clock struck tho river bank; at-pared with thoso provided unioiig Par& m UJ m. tlio leap extinguished. liml fur dinner a half ounco of nloohol: isian swells in tlio last century, That A man whoo irrown up iluiiuhter The Houso of Representatives has Alexy shot thrco ptrmlguns; made of M'llo do Mutignon, who iu 1780 lioro tlio naino of Sarah lane, changed soup; wo nro loiiuwiug niiiuuiiimuo murried tho Huron do Montmorency, it to Umber Kuan few months ugo, passed a bill giving to Mary llullard, M itfl track, although ho Is long slnco out nf cost 8126.000. It included 1,300 in hopos that somo one would carry of Iowa, $100, tho valuo of a horso -1 nud lay our shifts. ridden to death bv her in obtaining New York Sun. our sight; found u canoo her oil, but bIio still romnius on his -t.aw m aaai -- ; mimmmmmK i r r- J soldiers twenty heads In it to go to sleep. There uro some Umber Kilns uid to reecuo Union hands. A railroad engineer saying that tho safo any where years ago. . Monday, October 10 Took tho last , half ounco of ulcohol ut 5:30, mid ul usual lifo oi n looomotivo was only A recent convention iu ouo of the Miirdorora in Franco uro frequently roniarked (i:30 sent Alexy ofl to look for thirty years, a passenger thing ought compelled, in addition to death on tho agricultural districts of Massachusetts wo nto deerskin scraps; yes- that such a decided that farmers could not oilord terday morning ato my deerskin foot-tip- tolivo longer thiiu that. "Well," galleys, to pay a ncavy compensation loss thau soventy grossing tlio rcsj;K)!idod tlio otiglnoor, "perhaps It in money, when thoy havo it, to thoir to grow potatoes for under way at 8; iu live conU per bushel. viatim's family. creek threo of in got wet; built n firo would ii it didn't smoko so much." l o nnd dried out; ahead again nt ll; used up; Imilt n (iro nml madoa drink and from tho alcohol out o( Iwttlej on again nt noon; vory hard going; ptarmigan tracks plentiful; at 0 o'clork halted; used up; crawled in a holo in tho hank; Aloxy went in iicsl of game; nothing for supper, except a spoonful of glyoerine;.nli hands weak ami feeble, hut cheerful. Tuesday, 1 1 dale-witsnow; mi. ulilo to move; no game; ono soonfiil glycerino and hot water for food; no mora wood in our vicinity. Wednesday, 115 Jircnkfuslcdon tho last spoonful glycerino ami hot water; for dinner acouplo of handfuls of Arctic willow in a Kit of water nnd drank tho infusion; every hody getting weaker and weaker and hardly ablo to got firewood; gala with snow. ex-ce- .South-(Dolm- A Rtmnlf (or Scarltt ttrer. Dr. K. Woodruff, for nineteen yenrs a practicing physician nt (Irand Kan-id- . Mich., furnishes tho Springfield Mil.) Journal tho following: "Wash tho child from head to loot with strong sal soda wnter, warm, then wipo dry. Then Immediately , batho freely with oil from bcof or oil from butter, applied freely. Then givo freely catnip tea, or somo good sweating nrticle, jiennyroynl, etc. Repeat every half hour, or ns often as they get worrysomo or wnko ful, nnd in ono or two daya thoy will bo entirely cured. I havo been called to cases whero thoy wero fully broken out, nnd in this way entirely cured hours. I havo them in twenty-fou- r had thirty cases on hand at n lime, and never lost n enso in my lifo. Hut now I nm old and nbout to givo up my business, nnd seeing from the pa ncrs that your town is infected with tho epidemic. I wish to do nil tho good J can. It is so simple You do not need to call a doctor. A good If by op nurso can attend to thorn. cnlng tho pores of the skin nnd sweat-in- g you can lot oil tho poison, which is nn animalcula, or animal in tho blood, tho euro is complete. Tho samo is equally good in fovers of nil kinds, hnrd colds and coughs. I take tho ground that nil diseases aro caused by a stoppago of tho pores of tho skm, retaining tho poison, nr livinir animals in tho blood, nnd nil you havo to do at first is to open tho doors of tho system and let them out, or drive them out. All peoplo know a warm bath is good. Hut you npply the oil to tho skin nnd it keeps tho poros open for a long time nnd gives tho enemy a chanco to get out. I hopo nil will try it, and thoy will soon bo convinced." rilOFKSMOiUL. Widowt art the Most Dangerout. Tho second year is that in which Tiw.VAnMOK. WAr.LACBKivAamm. tho widow isrcnlly happy. Tho somT. W. A W. K. V AHNON, ber depths of ho mourning cast aside, ATTOHNKYM AT TA.W. STAM'OM), KY. sho enters tho world again and reopens her jowel caso. Jivcn with n very In- Offit In Owiler A Hon'i new lnilMlnj- - up iltiri. coming widows cap on, lifo is moro or II. U. KAUPPMAN, loss n blank to n woman IjA.'W, if sho can AvrxoiiNKv f.ANCAHTKR,KY. not wear her jewels. Now, however, Coniiiilwtoner (nil County Attorney. Will tho diamonds ponrls nnd opals may Mailer practlreln nil the) Court of (lerranl and adjoining reappear, nnd with what delight nro rountle and In IhaCourtofAppeala. thoy not worn ? Villous of dresses In THOMAU P. HILL, Jit., delicnto half tints, pearl grays, soft A.a"roiiNj3v KY. XiAw. rJTANHiHIi, lavenders, mixtures of white nnd gray Will nracllcilo lh Court ol Ihli and adjoining or black and whilo float beforo her rountle and in Ilia (hurt of Appeal, Office In Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, mind, soon to be realized. Her year's Uilr A Hon' new building up ataln. Toilet nil if Vnirt A rllrlnt, llnnko, shitlonrru, Tabnrco n ml f 'cnra Wine, nbsenco from balls and parties and Liquor, At. 'I'huolrlnnn 1'rrnrrliitlon mirl J'irii-- . ALEX. ANDERSON, crowded rooms has renewed her beautiKirriillrul J'rrjirirriimiM a AirX'OllNBY AT LAW, ty, nnd tho samo retirement has brightSiirrlnttu DANVIMX, KY., ened her oyes nnd tinged her cheeks Will iirif lie In the Oaurti of Ilojle and adjoining with tho freshness of enjoymont with countlMaml loliiauouri or Appeal. tho which sho prcpnres to MABTEItBON PEYTON, world. Now, indeed, is tho fashion-nblA'.T'J.'OllIVJiJV A'A' akd itxixmm Kr.RrjitrcouxTr, widow a dangerous nnd seductive I.IIIKUTY, KY. creature .Sho knows that she is pret- - Will raellceln all the Courti of Cater and ad- counties, and Apil9. the Court tier than over, nnd the consciousness Jolnlmr. attention ftlren In collection. ofOfflct oter 8 peclal to This Xcw Mill, coiiOiIiiIbir (lie IuIchI nml moro certain of coming 11. T. flerre'a (tore. making her victories cives a genuine soiiuuss iu Dlt. J. O. OAiU'ENTEIt, her manner. Uowaro of widows in. KENTUCKY their second year! Always danger HTANFMIUI, 111011I nml flour, Ih how In Tull operation. For iiiumifiiCiiii-liiOffice orer Roll. 8. 1.rtle' atore." OCce houri nus, they aro then moro so than over. Wo will nrliul Tor ciiMtomcrN, Tor llpo prcNcnt, on Tuesday, lVctl-hcmIfrom 7 to 9 a. x.j 12 to 1 r, .', 1 to ) r. u. Light hearted as a girl, she feels Tluirmlny, Friday ami Siiliiriliiy oTcaeli nnclf, nml on younger every day, and from her own Coiirt-DajLEE P. HUFFMAN. and all other public dayH. lVe noIIcK a liberal Nliurc of view there is no moro envi-nblpoint i KY. of patromiKC and if III endeavor (o uirc entire Hiiiuraclion. being to bo found in tho world BTANFOIID, thau n young, handsome, rich and Office South tide Mln rjtreet, two door abort &c., the Mrer lively widow, whoso heart is not in- - PurefiltrouiHotel. admlnlitered when Oxide AIithjh oil hand and for wile. Highest ciihIi price paid Tor Corn, conveniently soft, nor her feelings too promptly attended to. ncuto to prevent her going through It C. MOHOAN, d. D. a. Wheat, Vc. Orders left at Mill DENTIHT, week her lifo "woll pleased and careless." Will be In Htanford two and oxtrncting from it as much of tho of each month, from lint MonJar. Dental rooms pleasure and ns little of tho pain ns In 8t. Auph Hotel, orer McA'Uter A ilrliht'. uionlU AtUncaiter two week may fall to tho sharo of any moral iSceiljn.) Mondjr. Dental room Inof each House. Iroui third Hnon rleealgn.J l'ure nltroun olid gate admlnlitrreu creature. C'J tf when M'ROBERTS&STAGG OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, swAivironn, T Ar Ar i it v., MCEUTI5TS mmvm H MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY ii o aunoEoN jar'rtwj', Flour, Meal, Com, Bran, ShipstiiiT, SWP mm mm MsAIfeta'H IrilW Groceries,Confectioneries, FAMILY SUPPLIES, Soil at the Very Lowest Possible Margin. j j Mantua-Makin- ... .i.'i dog-mea- - . ,, ,, '."."":. Os3n. ,Wto UJ. .:i iir-1- FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING! TJ2JT ( B. K. Q I I o Main Street, WEAREN, full that Stanford, Ky. TERMS MODERATE. I will doe-mea- j silver-skinne- d enow-whit- cold-wate- II Furniture n o custard-- dog-moa- sprinkling w WILL -- GENUINE j. SEASON 1882 HID Water Elevator. Water Insects; Fresh Water from j - Destroys tom " ll. nlco-holi- o Cistern; Tubing and Has Freeze. Foulest Cisterns Made Pure by This Elevator. ler OVER ONE HUNDRED in This County. Try and If Not Satisfied, tjimplo-minile- ken It Will a 1 2aT 0r SJsir t tfao. f HSSh-- i S na5 ll Op r- i wS. H 4 p Qf ' ? SB H ttWk ? M ptar-migau- i; tough-lookin- s; NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. issue we havo receivCongress has, fixed upon July 10th for ed intelligence from additional coun ties, which, however, does not change adjournment. Ground hs been broVon for street tho result of tho Danvillo Convention, railroads in Lexington, June 30, 1882 VaJ. Richards having enough and to Friday Morning, The Maine democrats have nominated sparo (o nominato him on tho first Harrla M. Plalsted for (lorcrnor. ballot. The South Carolina Legislature I In EDITOR W.P.WALTON, For A. 12. Ilichards Anderson, 2; extra session to redistrlct the Stale. 1 I. J. K. Johnston hare cold the Bullitt, I; Carroll, IJ; Green, 3; HenThnuerijtt, Lexington, to A. Fleming and Thk Jtorenuo reduction bill, with ry, Jefferson, 70; Jessamine, 2; tfiospecil llcenso lax stricken out, Lnruc, fi; Madison, 10; Metcalfe, 4; A. 0. Qiilsenberry. Snelbaker, Ilia ahowman, has been ac10 that retail liquor nml beer dealers Nelson, 9; Oldham, 2; Shelby, 0; quitted in Cincinnati for the killing of passed tho Homo by Spencer, 1; Trimblo, C. Total, 137 get Policeman Crumley. dom n foto of 127 to 80, twenty-threThe IVnnsjlfanta democrats on Wedocrats voting with tho republicans. For Alvin Duvall Carroll, 2j; nesday nominated liobert E. l'alllson on As amended tho lull repeals tho tax Franklin, 0; Henry, 2J; Marion, 8; the Cth ballot for Governor. Itenry ltos, a a tout and likely negro ou matches, bank checks, capital and Lincoln, IjOldham, 3; Woodford, C. vagrant, was told at Lexington, Wednesdeposits and proprietary medicines Totalr35 512. day, for a period of ono year, for $31. reduces tobacco liccnso, and reduces For Ben. M. Burdctt Adair, 5; The Oorernor baa commuted tlie tho tax on cigars to four dollars i Anderson, 2; Boyle, C; Cumberland, of death of Joseph Lawson, colored, thousand, and on cigarettes seventy 3; Garrnrd, 5; Henry, 1; Lincoln, 4; at Lexington, to Imprisonment for life. haa been called A dlitrlct five cents a thousand, thrco pounds Mercer, 8; Monroo, 3; Rockcastle, l; cigarettes to tho thousand. Iho total Taylor, 4; Washington, 7; Pulaski, to meet In Kllxabethtown on the 13lh of September to nominate a candidate for reduction of rovenuo is in tho neigh- 7; Wayne, 4; Laurel, 3; Knox, 3; Congrei. A Wash Jessamine, 3; Casey, 1. Total, 70. borhood of 823,000,000. will Eighteen hundred and eighty-twington despatch says: A moro humbug be known aa llio tornado year. Three The Lebanon Convention was not hundred and fifteen people have been killbill was never put through, so far ns Bus ed already by storm. is concerned, for it simply only a disgraceful affair, but tho its purposo se! -- Jacob faction ot it, a most inconPostmaster General Howe opposes the cuts down tho rcvenuo without doing reduction of letter postage from three to sistent ono. After raising a hell anybody tho least- - bit of good . who because as they allege nil tho of- two cents, but ia of opinion that postage needs to have tho benefits of a reducshould nboliahcd. fices in Kentucky for the last seven- on newspapers tion. It gives tho retail tobacco dealIn order to glre hla attention to certeen years havo been given to tain large personal interests in the Georgia ers n little reduction, which will forco they ignore tho union dem- It. It. Gen, Alexander lias tendered hla them to reduce prices, without maknnd givo their resignation aa of the L t X. ing them any richer or giving the wo ocrat, Mr. Burdett, Three dwelling, in Frcnohburg, Ky., ot tho second instructions for Superior Judge men or children anything more to Maj. Bichards.who fought four years were washed away by the awclllng of Hegood things of lifo that they want. It of the inmate drowned. to overthrow "tho best government arer Creek and Ix takes tho stamps off bank checks, The rain in the section was the heaviest the world oversaw". But it is not ever known. which simply removes a trifling anwhen men start out as The failure to extend the bond on takes the surprising, for noyance from tho rich; it soro beads, they generally succeed in whiskr will not seriously affect Kentucky off bank deposits, which may tax making most outrageous fools of them distilleries. All their product of last reaplease tho depositors, who aro not the son waa sold to, and la now hildby Kastern selves. masses; and it takes tho tax off matchspeculators. Hkniiy Stanton, who confessed es, which nobody will discover who The St. John's day celebration at docs not read the papers. As to tho under Barnes, says that he is a man Frenchburg-- Ky., Saturday, wound up by proprietary medicines, it is difficult to of phenomenal power, tho world will the Town Marshal killing Joe Kothwell, say who wants them free of tax; but agree when the world has beard him. and in turn being killed by liothwell'a brother and cousin. e if any body does they may feel the Beecher is an intellectual giant; Congress haa of late been so reckless is an exceptional teacher; but pleasure that comes from tho act ot in the appropriation of money for the the great reducing majority. It is a Barnes, all in all, is as far abovo them erection of public building in various s aro abovo tho valleyt. parts of the country, that an inquiry is tn piece of humbug legislation, examine as tho these are great in learning, be made Into the subject. While it as closely as may be. An Englishman, who Lad just armed gifted in utterance, and perhaps earnfrom Havana, waa taken with the yellows The diary of Capt. DeLong, who, est in effort, Barnes supplements these fever at New Orleans and died in 21 hours. with his party, perished in the Arctic endowments with a faith in the virtue Fears of a spread of the disease are great, regions after tho sinking of tho unfor of the blood of Jesus Christ as bound but every effort is being made to prevent it. tunate Jeannette, is given on our first Seneca V. Hollowly, late teller of the less as the ocean. His future will bo page. A more terrible story was as his past has been a triumph over Poughkeepie National bank, was found nover told than is given in the short guilty in the United States Circuit Court all obstacles. of defrauding the bank, and sentenced to sentences written by the man who had The beautiful face and charming six years in the Erie county, N. Y., peniseen nearly all his comrades die at his side, and who knew it was but a ques figure of Adjutant General Nuckols, tentiary. It ia estimated that not less than one tion of short time when he too would die did not appear in tho military parade hundred and thirty persona have been week. Cause why? of starvation and exposure. It would in Louisville this killed by the recent tornadoes In Kansas, The poor fellow was on the rack in Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska, seem that these frightful stories would Dakota and put a damper on those persons ambi- Frankfort for making au indecent as- Minnesota, and that the total amount of tious to exploro the region of the North sault on a pretty little married wonian, property destroyed will exceed millions. Pole, but it will not, for even now one Mrs. Mary Owens. The Courier- In the prize fight, Wednesday, near there are those who are begging Con Journal is fiilled with the report of the Greensboro, Pa., between Campbell and gress for an appropriation to defray scan. mag. and is in greater demand Walling, Campbell won in thirty-on- e than it would be, if it were telling of round", time, thirty-onthe expenses of another expedition. minutes. Walling of tho fall of Empires. broke his 'right hand in the third round Joseph H. Lewis, present Gen. Tun vote on an amendment to the and little finger of the left hand in the encumbent, was on Tuesday nominathiriy-first- , Campbell wag btdlr beaten constitution of Iowa prohibiting tho up about ted by the democracy for a full term the face. Seven thousand people witnessed on tho appellate bench, without oppo manufacture and sale of whisky in any the sition, which amounts to an election by form in that State, shows a victory in grand military competitive drill at Louisau overwhelming majority. Mr. Kus favor of the temperance people by a ville, Wednesday. The Crescents, the Chickasaws, the Quapaws and the Porter sell, his opponent, who is an alleged majority estimated between 40,000 and 00,000. The greatest trouble Rifles, crack companies from aa many democrat and a prououueedsore head, States, contested and showed the greatest will see his' folly, when it is too late, about tho matter is that Iowa does not skill. It is given up that the Crescents are for on the first Monday in August a manufacture much whisky, but this entitled to the prize. It la not such a nice thing after all to quietus will be forever put to his polit initial step will bo a big boost for the belong to the State Guard and play solprohibitionists. ical and judicial ambitious. dier, Tn hue is some talk among tho dem- tucky for fourteen members of the KenGamblinci is a penitentiary offenco State Guards have been fined from ocrats who are dissatisfied witli the $5 to $25 and imprisoned from four to in Missouri by n recent statute Sevmanner in which tho instructions of thirty days by the in a reeral in St. Louis havo been given Louisville and Jefferson County were cent session in Lexington, One member, terms of one to three yean and the ex taken for Superior Judge, of charging O, P. Heard, has been dishonorably discitement among that class of cattle that they were obtained by fraud and missed from l he service. amounts to a panic. Gov. CrittenTho thermometer at noon Tuesday demanding that the Convention at stood at 831 in the Senate Chamber at den pardoned a number of those acDanville adjourn for ten days so that the Wellington, notwithstanding 2 large encused and is catching it from tho good fair tiling may bo done and each man gines, one of 10 and the other of 1G horsepeople who talk of holding an indig he given his strength in that City and power were pumping fifty thousand cubic nation meeting if he does not lot up. feet of fresh air Into the Chamber. There County. Jo. Blackburn disappointed the Everytiiino is in readiness for the were alto two fans drawing out the same amount of impure air. The Chamber concrowd at Owen ton, Monday, having execution of Guitcau. Tho death tains two hundred and e thousanl decided to remain at his post in Conwarrant has been signed, the scaflold cubic feet of air. gress till the session is over. He is is witnesses recently Out of twenty-thre- e in position, with a greased rope right and wo guarantee he will make hanging from the beam, the black summoned from Dakota to testify before moro votes by staying and attending cap has been made, and before this the Grand Jury in the Star Itoute cases, only seven were called to the stand. The to bis business than ho would by compaper reaches a majority of its readers other sixteen performed no service, except ing home. Besides he has no formi"God's man" will have been "remov to draw their mileage and per diem, dable opposition any bow. ed" for the perpetratiou of ono of the amounting to between $9,000 and $10,000. The Washington Critic gives this informaGovernor Blackburn continues the foulest crimes of this criminal ago. tion, and adds that "somebody teems to be pardoning and commuting business. The interesting uows canio from having a picnic." Which is putting it By the free exercise of his prerogative, Washington that tho President caught exceedingly mild, the Governor, although not a lawyer, fifty bass at the Point of Bocks, fishing At the meeting of the State Central assumes to know more law than the with a fly, and that he has returned Committee Wednesday, it was resolved judges and more about the facts than to the White House very much tanned. that the Chairman of the committee of tin the jurors who have patiently heard county coming alphabetically first in the This latter is indeed sad, if true. Congressional dittrict shall bo tho Chairand weighed tho ovidence. CovingThe Mt. Sterling Sentinel is mean man of the Congressional District Comton Commonwealth. enough to speak of the prohibition mittee, and shall call meeting on the Ouk highly prized contemporary, written request of three members of said candidate, Mr. Lusk, as "a poor Committee, If the Chairman falls to call the Kentucky Advocate, enters with speaker, who makes a poor show, and the Committee together, a majority of said the,next issue tho 18th year of its exas n poor rcpreseutativo of 'a noble Committee may call a meeting. This gives istence. It is one of the best papers cause. the Chairmanship of this District to Anpublished auywhero audits derson county. winners for the Superior Court The land editor, Mr. The programme for the execution of James It. Marrs, is au honor to the Judgeship will likely ba Williams, Gulteau will be a very short cue. The profession, which holds him in un- Richards and Held. Reid will have no Warden estimates that it will not take opposition from tho republicans, nor is over twenty minutes from the lime lie enmeasured esteem. ters the cell to summon Gulteau until the it expected that Richards will have. An exchange makes the startling a.saesin will be hanging by the rope on damago suit is the gallows. The sentence is that Gulteau The Nuckols-Owen- s announcement that of tho ninety thousand wldiers sent to the war not likely to end either in a verdict for tho shall be executed between the hours of 12 one has been elected Governor or old man orn hung jury. Tho Owensos and 2 1'. M. It is not intended to allow United IKtates Senator. Tho union did not show up the best of characters. Gulteau to make any scicli, In cjie he should attempt merely a wild, virulent atdemocrats of Kentucky ought to seo tack upon public men, or if bis remarka Call for Meeting of Republicans. l...J. The Kenubllcnn of Lincoln count are In any way should be of a scandalous He will be allowed to say any Tin: Yioman says that tho Govern- requested to meet tn the e in character. titauford, Ky., on Monday, July Urd, Coun thing that Is reasonable or that can be exor willaiot pardon lle'nry White, the is exconvicted bond thief. If it sneaks b- - ty Court day, at 3 o'clock, r. M. A full pressed within reasonable limits. It galpected that the whole scene upon the attendance U desired. thqjcard wo would faiu exclaim,. lows will not occupy over five or tun m In J. A. Lytle, Ch'ro. utet. Ills legs will be pinioned after lilt "Bully lor tlie oja rooster. Rep. Com. Lincoln County. Since our last si'.A.asrFoiaD, -- ktt. arrival on the trap door. The black cap will be placed over hi head by the Dtpu ty Warden, Mr. llus, and the signal for the execution the dropping of a hand' kerchief will 1 given by the Warden, From the present outlook, Gulteau will probably have pstsed from this sp'ifrr or 1:30 at the very by 1 o'clock latest. PULASKI COUNTf. Somerset. John llorden ha returned from the Is heartily sick of hi BRUCE, PENNY Phrtlelsnt' Pre & McALISTER nrii.it is WARREN & CO, DRUGS, HOOKS, STATIONKltY&PANCY rlpilnns tn iiratclj rompoiiS'lfl AUTICLKS. Pharmscsntleal Preps rations a spfttslly I; e 2. con-enll- on o 1 , Tal-mag- far Western wild, lfo experience, and would not advise young men to go West. fariory of Turner, Day The A Co. was burned Thursday night. Supposed to be the work of an Incendiary. Los, $1,000; insurance, $1,800. The democrats met In convention They endorsed Owsley for Governor, Wolford for Congress, and Instructed for Ilurdett for Superior Court Judge. Hob Ham nnd Hob Cowan bad n small fight. Ham knocked Cownn In the head with a reck and sought refuge behind n r, garden fence. He was dragged out, and fined $7.60 and cost. Sam Gragg came to town Saturday, announced bl Intention to lake the place or spill blood In the attempt. A few brought the officer to the scene, and Gragg was assigned room at Caitbi Shepperd for 10 days. There i a fair pro'pect that over the graceful and attractive porker is to be fought a fierce and legal battle Owner of hogs propose to test tho rights of property and sec whether their harmless pets can be seized nnd impounded. Tho postollice is being completely ren ovated, lloxesof new and Improved pattern arc being substituted for the hideous thing that have disgraced the town from a time whereof the memory of man runneth not to are also the contrarv. Several to lie added. Truly our sporting youth worship every thing by turns and nothing long, llase ball has gently departed to the spirit land of pleasure forgot. Now fired by the re cent sla lighter of pigeons at Louisville we must have a gun club. Farmers near the vicinity of the range are very mucy alarm ed, but the pigeons are exhibiting no signs of uneasiness, and enjoy the excitement of being shot at for fun. bow-evelock-box- 2 M WHOLE TURNIP SEEDS ! sfLnksi LmIO I MERCHANTS ! SEND US YOUR BUSL NFSS CARD FOR TRADE LIST. D. LANDRETH & SONS, PHILADELPHIA. PENNY & McALISTJSH, ThoLARGESTST0OKofWATOHES,OL00KS, JEWELRY O ami .Mi.vr.mv.uti: Evor brought to this market. Friooa Lowor than tho Lowest. Watches, Clocks, and Jowolry Kopaircd on short notice, ami wnrrantad, ft & E. P. OWSLEY llos Jimt Oppnod a Flno Stook of ConniBtinRof AND w V) BRAND NEW GOODS, Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, O o o d vO d H H m GENTS' PURNISHIWG GOODS. Also, n Nlco Lino of CARPETS,OIL. CLOTHS t TRUNKS I am oponing dnlly n Full lino ol tho Doat Goods in tho Markot.to bo sold nt Bottom Prices. Call nnd oxamino. TIM W-- HIGGINS, Salesman. hill-top- WATNECOUNTr. Monticelh. lf Court-Marti- fifty-nin- in honor of the wedding- came off as announced, at the residence of Mr. W. T. Francis, on the evening of the 23d Inst, and was a magnificent affair. Tho supper was gotten up in the best style of the cul inary art, of which some 200 invited guests x partook. Our county was not embraced in the list of appointments of the candidates lor Clerk of the Apellate Court, they visited this section of the when State. It might have been better, at least for Captain Henry to havo visited us, a I have heard a considerable number of democrats express dissatisfaction with him as an aspirant for that position. Our firmer are beginning to secure their crops of wheat against a possible resumption of wet weather, by putting into stacks. The outlook continues encourag ing for bountiful crop of all kinds. We were shown some specimens of Irish potatoes raised by Prof. Sewcll, that would weigh fully a pound each, and were not done growing. The crops of wild fruits, such as black lerries, raspberries, dewberries, Ac., ia Immense, and we hear that the mast bearing fruit trees are burdened wilb their respective products. Misses Lutle and Bessie Van Winkle, charming young ladies from Des two Moines, Iowa, aro visiting relatives here. Miss Lutie is an accomplished elocutionist, and frequently gives recitations In private circles that aro very entertaining. Mrs. Tinie Illackcnship, of Mo.Minn conn-tTenn , is expected at Dr. Frisble's this week after an ahsenco of sixteen years from her native county. Misies Mollio and Lula Owens and Miss Mary Kay, of Lincoln, accompanied the bridal party on their return here and are visiting friends in this vicinity. Miss Etta Edmiston Is still slowly recovering her health. A .Mass Convention of Wayne county democrats met Saturday at the and appointed delegates to tho Convention at Danville, on the 0th of July, where a standard bearer in the approaching cam paign for Superior Judge will be chosen. The following gentlemen were appointed delegates, with instructions to cast the vote of the county for Hon. II. M. Ilur dett : den. T. J. Oatts, Judge Berry, Dr. Castillo and Dr. Cook. Capt. L. J. Stephenson was chosen Chairman of the county meeting and J, C. Saufley, Secretary. Below are the proceeding in full: The Chairman appointed the following Committee upon resolutions: Cosbr Oatts, J. Berry, J. A. l'Mlliw, G. T. Bamsey, J. 11. trawfortl anil J. w. uaatlllo, wlio, alter consultation, reported the following The entertainment en Sallee-Ow- - O cTOKCjNT WlluUMALK ANII ItLTAlI. M.ALKR3 OHXJR.OHC Sub, cfc IN- - OO. PIANOS AND ORGANS Slit!, Musi:, o n HI CO i:i ill Kinds tf Mulcil Htrchidi:;, NO. 66 WEST FOURTH S In !, CINCINNATI, 0. Case, in Grand PIANOS, Square HANUS, ami Upright PIANOS, Ilosowood, Satin wood, Maliogony, French Walnut ami Khoniiod elegant designs to corresonil with any stylo ol Furniture. in o Elegant Parlor Organs, Chanel Orgaus, Church Organs, With ono Manual, with two Manual and Pedal, containing tha moit lcau . tiful, powerful and useful combinations over procured in reed Instruments. attention to our laro and well selected slock ol and our unequaled facilities fur furnishing tho be.it claw of instruments at low rnte. Wo purchaso for net cash in larger quantities than any other houso in this city. Tho oxpeiuo of our PIANO and OKGAN Dopnrtmcnt is far less than somo houses doing exclusively n l'iano and Organ trade. Wo havo reached lower prices than havo been tendered hy any dealers in this market, and guarantee all instruments us represented. Wo soil on easy monthly or quarterly payments, and any instrument taken on trial, not proving ns represented, may bo returned at our expense. Wo solicit correspondence with persons desiring to purchase, and take plensuro in answering all inquiries. Wo iuvite tho pulilio A PIANOS nnd ORGANS, H d JOHN CHURCH & CO. H ft H W GEO. D. WEAREN, STANFORD, LANCASTER and HUSTONVILLE, ikah a in Grain, Wool, Orchard Grass and other Seeds, d O Court-hous- e 8 ifi ifi SfesSslaaSsVs' 'tm,..-- 37 I m s -- Vvn-C- , sarjwssnw ; A-iiar- iSV " -- A. I HVE R. SFIRIJCTa- WIAIGIOINIS, I - WAG-ON-S- , level-heade- d Court-liotu- Whereas, there has been a call by the Democratic Committee for a Convention to be held in the various counties in this Ju dicial District for the purpose of selecting delegates to the Convention to be held in Danville, Kentucky, on tlie Otli ot July, 1882, to nominate a candidate for the office of Superior Judge Therefore, be it Uaoked, That the Democrat in party of Wavne county, havint- - a favorable opinion of the legal acquirements, Integrity and t, moral character ot the tion. II, al. of Garrard countr, do recommend and instruct the dtdegttes appointed by this Convention to cast their united vote for Ihii said B. M. Burdett for the office of Superior Judge. And vhirtai tho democracy of this county entertains the highest respect fur the records, pollllcallr and otherwise, of Ifons. M. II. Owalev and Frank Wolford, candid ates respectively for Governorof this Comfrom this monwealth and Congressman Congressional District, Therefore, be It Jimlitd, That tliia Convention recommend to thu Democratic nartr tho names nf.aldM II. Owsley, fur Governor of the Stale of Kentucky, and Frank Wolford, aa irom me inn representative to Distrlat. It is further n.,.. ..! 'I'll, tl. MofrMnrv fnrwjrtl oopy of tho recorded proceeding ofthU WX1V IO 1110 IKTKIUUH JUUBU u. iii- ford. Kentucky, with the request that the same be published. Tlie report ol me oommuiee was adopted, anil uixin motion the A copy, C invention (ken adjourned liur-detH. udiu-Imotu- O 8 M HI in o 2 BUGGIES ItcuiHTM, Nclf.Illiiilor, " "Sfc-J-n " TVti"ii ifi IBV. - u-- ill!-Jj"- -' - - 4jy .A-S- D '03 9 NHHUVM 'Banna Urn I u Jfrllls C'oiii.I'IiuiIcih, Milky lMmvn, Cultivator, llnrrowH, Tlirc'Mli- HIKl i:ilKilll'H, lug MllCllllU-Nlriiw-CultorIIny-l'rc'KHt'car-lo- .Mo with, liny-Kill"'- ", CABBIAGES, And otbor Implemonta ana Machinery. Wo huy exclusively from Manufacturers, lots, and consequently obtain tho largest discount and direct, for cash, in Goods at KeAsouable Prices lowest rates freiclit. Our inottoia i 'Tirst-olas- s IT V.". .Y7 n me Dim is aiwayi mtt uueapesi. nespcuuuujr, Btanfoid.Ky. GEO. D. w. 9r.i.. "J,. WEAKEN, iM J. O. Sauflev, Seo'y. Maatjir Lsuctittr Otpot. wrriii-:iiN- . ait.i:.'4V..iViLiiAiN,' Dxt Miutftu llustuuTllls r Ukk the Livingston Coal Coin pnnr'n coal It la the bel. aold a half Alderney $Ij7.oO. ejTAisrnroiaaD, Friday Mornlnp, L. & -- icx. (0 i M. IMMI John MeltonriiT milk cow for Jnno 30, 1882 Mil. Harrow haa retired from tlie Ice btialneM, we regret to aay, . N.L OCAL TIME CA1D. rasatngfrtralna North t M.. " Houlh ... .. Mlt. G. T, AliNOI.rt, nf Lanraatef, haa obtained a patent for a car coupler. . Litti.K 1'KiwoXAUMr. Inaon la milling LOCALJIOTICCS. lluv Paints of lVnny A MoAllalcr. A Slime's. Jamea llolf over the advent of a hoy. Fiuaii Illne Lick Water, tt McKolitrl Hrcit $2.36 ,wr liusliel nt I.AUIiki, county double aerecned nut coal 10 cent per buahel delivered, T. T. DavIm. Oait. T. J. HfiNnv' will meet Col. Jacob we are very glad to inform (Jnollne nt nt Penny & here a very aiulon public McAliatrr's. Kt.KVKN HiiRnr for $1 nt MoAl-inte- r Iwr.--Aamethyat ring, lielween town A llrlgiil'i. and Mr. Will Murphy'a. The finder will Lime snil Cement constantly on Halt, pleaae return it to thla oflico. ImnJ a A. Owsley's. anil liams at I'J.r.XTY of country utile FAliMRiMilcalringtn lay in their winter McAll.tor A HrlRlit's. . aupply of coal would do well to pee the New atoek of Jewelry anil Kllrerwarc at pioprletnra of Lineoln Mill. It will bo IVnny MoAIIiter's. money in their pocketa. Hummkh anil Winter Turnip Sect at MollolierlsA KtK8. Tun ftpiitahle Life Insurance Hocicty, ast of New York, haa promptly HoA Watkii Letter than in an remitted to Hugg's. at Moltolxrt lessons, Watciiw, Clocks ami Jewelry repaired JohnM. Hall, Adm'r.ofA. L. Hall, the $.i,000 diiohl catato on the policy held by anil warrant! liy l'enny A McAllster. 1'OliK AMcn Fruit Vinegar, best in the him. world, for rale only lir McAllster A Hrlglit. Juikir UwHl.KY granted a decree for the Yon will find the liest nml aaleof Crab Orchard Kprlnga by Commla-lone- r cents cigar in town at l'enny A MoAIU-leWelch, to occur during the latter pirt of next month. l'oelon will not, II. AH. H.Hiianks arn receiving ami J. onlrig a nice new lot of Zciglrr Slioes however, he given till September Kith. low cut. Ml xi IlimiHV I'k.vnincitom'h achool will LonT. Mack, crooked flick between toll am) Jim Wray's. A reward if left at clon with appropriate ceremonies thla afKate ternoon. Aa n teacher, Mla Iletney haa tlila office. and competent, llrtrr (it tor ami Kxtrs Winter strained hown hcrrell Lnnl Oil for Ilea porn ami Mowers at and ahe i regarded with great favor by A .Sugg's. her patrom. A CUM, line of California Canned Ooods, J. T, IlAitHH Inform ua that he can h Including Apricots. (Ims, 1'esrs, Peaches and Kgg I'liim at McAllster ami IItIrIi t'it. the citltena of Stanford with Ice nt 1 WKliaTeadilnltnotir InmineM a larger cent tr ound, and will keep it the reason assortment of tlio (i'rnTU Orwlal Sfitttaeti through, both Lake and made Ice. When and can fit any eye. Ileing of harder glass ice freeze in the country it freeiea in town, liter do not scratch or easily deface, and ltespectfully, Ilarria A Dawaon. will retain their bfiutiul jnlttk. Thin department will beundei trie charge of Thou. Tnrxr. who exect to travel on the C. R. Hlclnrdu, who will carefully fit them to far It. It. would do well to obaerve that the any Kjre for any purjiooe, Mcltolwrta A Htsgg. accommodation train now leave Cincinseeing, ahooting, Ac. nati at 5:30 l M. instead of 4, and gcta to PERSONAL Danville at lO.O.j. There I no change In J. A, HlU'KAKKii, the Iiom drummer, the achedule of this train going to Cincin U In town. nati. Mi an Host: KiciiAitlHleft yeaterilsy to I)nowNW Cash I'hllipt, son of James tlsit relatiTra in Ilarrodahurg. l'hillpa, who lives near the Garrard line, ItoniiiT MgAi.mteii, ha return-ei- ! Mil was found dead iua branch near home Tuesfrom a business trip to Cincinnati. d day. He wa subject to fits, and it ia Mil. J. B. Sims ha gone ti penii a he fell face foremost into the branch, two witii her pircnU in Maya, month or which waa very shallow, and being unable vllle. to regain himself, waa drowned. Mm. I,, n. Kdki.in, of AlumHpringn, waa up to attend the funeral of Mr. Tut extensive improvement that have been going on at the Methodist Church are Ilruce. Ktn. Maiitin Owr.su, returning from about completed, and the change in apa meeting in Highland, called to fee uayes. pearance of the building I wonderful. The pastor, Iter. Himi.wlll have the satisfaction terdar. MimSai.M: Kniii.hmak, of Danville, of leaving the church improved not only returned with MIm Clara Helm and ! now in looks, but strengthened In member and her guest. intcreal. Cait.Cauitiikiwanimviik, n Ilaller, Juikik Owdi.kv goes by invitation to adof'fclitlliyvllle, are guests of their slater, dress the people of Marlon next Monday Mr.. J. II. Shank.. and not to open the canvas for Gorernor, Mim Jennie IIuciianan haa returned as some suppose. The people down there from Vermont, and on Wednesday went to want to hear a Union man talk, who I not !alt friend at lUnUlnwn. a sorehead and who doc not believe that llUltc-ll- , y -- Jlw MAMIE an exceeding-lliis comrades have been proscribed on achandsome young lady nf Hi. Louis, Mo., count of theii war affiliation. U a guest of Mm. J. II. Shanks. Tnr Oiiciiimtka. Sufficient fund have Diu J. C. IUmilk awed yeaterday en route to ltoekcamle Springs, where he has been raised by subscription to purchase the instruments for the Orchestra, and they leen engaged aa resident hysioian. AiwtuTAKT General Manager of the L. have been ordered, The member to comN., Mr.tl. C. Ilreed, pamiftl down yester-da- y pose it are IUvid Klaus, first violin; W. II. from an Inspection of the Knoxvitle Penny, 'Jd do; oornet, A. (S. Iluflnian, Jr; clarionet, J. T. Carson; flute, Itobert Fen-ze- l, Kttrnsion. and has violin, Sam. C. Helm. A. Owsley's. l)0A71-tcn- t n Vc r. paint-takinfur-nlanear-sigh- t, tup-oe- Amman Millet ran it half of the day SunWooiw At IIiHtonvllle Wednesday, day before last. He I one of our good of consumption, after a long confinement, reformers, too. Harvesting Is about over In this neighMr. Cahhcll Woods, In the 42.1 year of hi age, Mr. Wood wa a member of the borhood and the farmers aay that they I'rrabrterian Church, with which he con- have never raised a belter crop of wheat Spencer I Iiibble'sTwIne-Illndc- r nected himself a number of year agn, and caught Wo didn't died with the glorious hope of the right- fire three limes last week. eous. He leaves n wife and several chil- learn whether it was caused by the exdren. Yesterday his remains were taken treme hot weather or for want of oil. It seems (hat thieves don't have any to Lancaster for interment. iwiuuk Alter a long nines from a respect for old age. Tim Kngleman had a complication nf diseases, the immediate roan horse stolen from him .15 ysars old. came of her death being Inflammation of Tim says It wnuld be better for the thief If the stemach, Mr. lietsey A. ilrnce died at had a ''mill atone hanged about his neck" the home of her son, George II, Ilruce, on than for him to catch him with the old Tuesday evening last, In the 01th year of critter. her age. Slio wa the widow of the late Crab Orchard. James H. Ilruce, whom ahe survived a few Mrs. Dulcenla Payne died Saturday day over seven years, and was the mother night last, nf paralysis. of J, K. Ilruce, now In Kansas, Henry (I. The new inside shutters are quite an Ilruce, of Missouri, T, K. Ilruce, of Flori- Improvement lo tho Christian Church. da, and George II. and H. II. Ilruce, of this Dr. Lewi was summoned last Sunday county. At the remarkable revival held at to tlie bedside of ono of hi near relatives Itiish llrnnch In 1S12 by Kid. Carroll Ken-dric- near Danville, and did not return until Mr. Ilruce waa one nf the loG who Monday iifternoon. professed religion. She Immediately conGuests are arriving daily at the C. O. nected herself with the Christian Church Spring, and from the present indications ami for forty year ha served her .Master this bid fair lo be a more brilliant season faithfully and well. 'Twa this service than any for years. which she so truly loved, that enabled We hare not appeared In the news her during her years of suffering to mur column for several weeks on account of a mur not nnd to tell her son, the day before scarcity of news; however, we had rather her death, that alio wa ready and willing be called a delinquent than a "lary corresto meet tho summons, regretting only that pondent," who furnishes stale news. her other son could not be with her In her Anions our superior gardeners, there lait moments. A good mother in Zlon haa are Mrs. Sam Hardin who can boast of the been called to her reward, leaving the greatest variety of vegetables; Mrs. Will blessed consolation to her children and Tatem the finest Irish potatoes; Judge friends, that In heaven she awaits llicm, Hutch, whose pea vines are nine feet high,, freed from sickness, sorrow and death. The and Dr. Doorca is ahead with large tofuneral ecrnion wa preached by Kid. Jos. matoes, liallou, at It i m. Wednesday, in the ChrisThe Misses Karris, of Danville, and tian Church and then a long cortege of rel- Miss Nannie Gilmore, of Somerset, a beative and friend saw her remains con- witching trio, are guest of Miss Mattie signed to their last rctlng place in Jlufla-l- o Kvans. Mis Maggie Kgbert has returned Cemetery. from a visit to Stanford, Mr. Sallie lied-doof Danville, Ky., the accomplished WligTous. cousin of Mrs. Sam Hardin, is her guest Iter, J. C. Porter will preach at the this week. Mis Ida Pettus is with relaIlaptist Ciiurch next Sunday at 11 o'clock. tives In Somerset. Four thousand dollars have been sub. Our sick list la distressingly large Ibis scribed towards building a new Ilaptist week. Mrs. Serena Stuart is quite low church in Salvlsa, Mercer county, with paralysis. John Mention's youngest A case of faith cure ia reported from DEATHS. work that he down on It to die with a shovel and pick under hi head. He refused to let any one come near him for four or five hours. He Is much better now and I expected to recover. Prof. George It. Waters' school at Mid- dleburg, will close on the evening of the 7th of July. There are great preparations being made for the exhibition and for the promenade concert that lakes place In the hall of the College building just after the exhibition is over. Prof. Waters haa always been a success In the management of affairs of that kind and we have every reason to believe that all who attend will be welt paid for their time and trouble. Kvery IkmIj ia invited and requested to be present. MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Sam. M. Burdttl. Editor. In the race for Superior Jadge, Laurel county Instructed for Ilurdett first, Richards second. Knox counlv also instructed her delegates for Ilurdett first and Richards second, Summer Shade, Metcalfo county. Willie Ann Shirley is said, by her parents, to hare been cured of a deadly liver disease by earnest prayer and faith. I'ost. Mr. Ilarnea said in his closing sermon at Frankfort that he never expected to lay ere on Kentucky again, but if he die before the second coming of Christ, which he doubts, he wants to be burned on the highest hill overlooking Frankfort. Thirty-threof Mr. Barnes penitentiary converts were baptized in the Kentucky river Sunday, Iter. Mr. Thorp, the Chaplain of the prison administering the ordinance while the guard with Spencer rifle kept the fellow from awimlng oil It i strange but It seems that the prison official have no more confidence in the "dear brothers" than we. Klse, why the guard? e F, L. Thompson calls on all those Indebted to him to come forward without delay and settle the same. He Is making preparation to build a handsome new and needs all the money he can get. He trusts this notice will be sufficient. Hon. John ilennett, of Msdison county, was In Ml. Vernon last Monday shaking hands with friend. Ho is willing to run as a republican candidate for Congress is in this district, provided the democratic nominee. It is understood that he would not run against Gov. who ia his kinsman, Mr. Frank Iteppert lias withdrawn from the race for County Attorney, and the solid support of the democracy will now be given to Isaac Stuart. The withdrawal of Mr. Iteppert brings about perfect harmony in the democratic ranks all along the line, and insure the success of every democratic candidate in 'August. Mr. Iteppert lias made many new friends by declining to make the race. He will receive his reward. in its summary of l The the vote for Superior Judge insists on giving its candidate, Major Itichards, second instructions in Marion county. Somebody daughter, Nellie, has the flux. Walter, ought to call its attention to the fact that the little son of Mrs. Msggie the regular democratic convention in MarMiss Iiettie ion instructed for Ilurdett second. The Saunders, has periostitus. Doores ia gradually-growinworse, is suf- Union democrats of Marion inatrncted for fering greatly with stricture of the aejoph-agu- Major Itichards second, but their delegates and can take no nourishment only will probably not bo admitted to the Daniu a liquid form. " ville Convention, tore-hous- e y, Courier-Journag s, ffustonn'lle. IN MEMORIAM. (Cominunlciled.) Died At the residence of her law, L. T. Hoilk, in Rockcastle county, Ky., June 24th, 1882, Mrs. Susan W. Mc- Clary, relict of the late A. McClary, aged seventy-threyears, one month and eight days. She had been a helpless invalid and great sufferer from chronic rheumatism for more than five years, which she bore with Christian fortitude. Having been a devoted member of the Presbyterian church since her early womanhood, she died, as the had lived, in tho triumph of Christian faith. She was a woman, when in health, of determined purpose and untiring indus try, devoted to her husband and children, kind to neighbors and fiiends, and ever ready to help them in distress and givo Her consolation to the funeral was preached on Sunday afternoon (Juno 2Gtli) by ltev. Jesse Tyree, of the Ilaptist church, in the presence of a large number of relatives ar.d friends, after which her remains were deposited in the by the side of old family burying-grouuher husband, who departed this life April years. She 23th. 1872, aged sixty-eigleaves behind her seven children, (four sons and threo daughters), all of whom are married, and, except W. C. McClary, who lires in Kmporia, Kansas, ail citizens of this State. Two of them were deprived of the privilege of ministering round her bedebbed slowly away, but side as the we all have an abiding hope that she now rests peacefully from all sorrow and pain In the sunshine of God's pure love, where our father, who had gone ten years ago is an angel of light waiting to receive her. Then, cheer up, brothers and slaters, our mother is no longer tossed upon the stormy billows of time, harassed with torturing pain, but has been wafted on wings of love to a brighter and better clime. Farewell, dear mother, farewell! May thy bright example of purity encourage us in the right and guide ua through the thorny paths of life; and, at last, may thy angelic spirit, together with our father's, meet us without the loss of one at the "Dcautiful Gate." liowing with liumblo submission to God's son-ine weary-hearted life-tid- e LMTsT0CXANb at $--1 1 CR0P. (. Jos. Coffey sold to Jeme Fox 40 cattle per head. George D.Wearen bought Craig Lynn's crop of wheat at 00 cents. A. M. Feland sold to Q. D. Wearen 1.00 bushels of No. 1! barley nt 70 cents. J. II. .t S. II. Shanka sold to A. T. Nunnelley 12 head butcher cattle at ,'l to I .cents. t LOCAL MATTERS. Mattkiw are beginning to assume a very decided apcaraiire in favor of the certainty of the establishment of the work lu rj l r lot of Honeysuckle llama for shops of the L. A X. at this oInt. Mr. ealehy W,T.Ureen. John Ilright and parly have been employ Livingston Coal Ceniiuny's coal ed by the Company to aurvey their pres The can't I heat. Call onT.T. Daviess for it. ent projerly, together with what they want at tho Junction, and make a map of It Tiitik.i: nuNimri)TiiqiMANi IIiiick for forthwith. They went to work yesterday. aale. Apply to Henry lUiigliman, StanHo TO ltOOKUAHTLK SriltNOH. Mine ford. Host Campbell write that the above dea large Mock I). Kl.AKt haa futt received lightful resort I now open and best reachof Udlea' KHppcm, which he will acll at a ed by Somerset. A auperb line of hacks low price. leaving Hotel at Somerrun 1'uuit JARiof all kinds at Ilruce, War- ren A Co.'s. A VKKV heayy rain fell Wednwlay night to the dUmay of thone who are behind In their wheat crop. Inr. A mi all Morocco tnemonndum book. Finder will oonfer a fYor by leav ing it at McAli.ler A llrlghl'a. - .i mil Cbitrur Journal and will glre graphic deeciiptiona with illuitratlona of the execution of the as-I- n (iuiteau. Hruce, Warren A Co. will hare a full aupply of both paper at their (Irocery itorcj A ritoMlNK.s'T republican aaid to u in anawer to an inijuiry about hia party putting out a county ticked "Tho democrat hare an exceptionally good ticket thia time and I am oppoaed to making any nomination at all." set, on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday mornings, arriving at Springs at noon. The road i in very good condition. Thia arrangement will continue until the road ia completed to London. Col. Welch tells ua that big preparations are being made to Ham- - ' Tub m l'n-fuir- hare the oentng ball at Crab Orchard Spring on July 7th, olio of the grandest eventa of tho kind ever lind at that charm ing resort. Score of prominent people, handsome beaux and lovely belle from a distance will be there, beildra a large representation from this and other neighboring towns. A special rate will be made to the people from thla section and every body ought to utUml. TllK death of Mr. Dulcenea l'ayne, a notice of wlilch appear in our Crab Orindependent chard letter, re in ores from thla uncertain Tlie candidate for Clerk of the Court of Ap- world, one of the most noted fortune tell-erpeal, Col, It. T. Jacob, will apeak here toof all the region round about. Several morrow, we iiippote at 1 o'clock r, M. of her prophecies, strange to aay, were fulMonday he will apeak at ltlchuond, and filled In a moat remarkable manner, which at Ml. Vernon Tuesday. gnvo her much reputation and caused her Wk call the attention nf tho Garrard to be looked upon by some aa almost sudemocrat, to the careleuneaa of the secre- pernatural. She waa a very charitable tary of their Convention, which requested woman, and many were the deed of lore that the proceeding" be publiahed in thia that she did in her own humble way, "it. paper. It might have appeared in our Wiio II k U-- Mr. O. Collier Informs Tu end ay' laaue had It been rent, but it waa ua that the man, W. A. Libby, who i in not nor haa it ret, for that matter, jail at Danville, Va., charged with a very seTllK Ihyuirer conlalntd a dl'patch rious crime, and who claims to be from this Tuenday, that lien Dunn, of IlryanLville, oouoty, Is according to representation the fellow who ndiulnlitercd oantharidea made by him and uu anut of Mr. Collier, from Hannibal, Mo. This aunt and Mr, to MIh lleltie Ioort, with evil intent, waa down with a oae of aparodic cholera. We Collier had a large claim on certain purlieu In Christiatiaburg, Va., and Llbby wa doubt if the itatemeiit I true, aa after by the aunt to collect it in April last. iteady Inquiry wu can hear nothing of it. sent After getting there Libby wrote to Mr. A TiiK5lKNioua wind and rain Mtorm Collier saying that the man who owed the vlalted MoKinney and vicinity Wednesday debt waa In a decidedly shaky condition, evening. Tho top of the IUptit Church and that If ho would send him a ower of In cull rue of coimtructlon waa blown oil', attorney to collect the money, ho would the chimney of 1 locker' drug tore wa only charge him $10. Very foolishly he demolished, corn waa laid Mat and wheat sent it, and heard nothing of Llbby till thocki scattered to the four wind. The thla week. lie is evidently a rascal, who atorm waa of abort duration, but it wua ha either imjiosed on the woman who reterriQo aa long aa it laated. commended htm or they are iu collusion. m a Hon. John S. Owsley delivered to H. F. Itobinaon Wednesday, Iltfi Iambi averaging 70 lb, at 0 cents. John M. Hail sold to James Given, Craig Lynn and J. G. Lynn, 2 Southdown ram each and to Andy Tucker one, at $10 per head. ComThe United It. 11. Stock-yar- d pany at Cincinnati ha reduced the yardage and weighing of live aick to 10 cent per head for cattle, 1 cents for hog and 3 cent for sheep. On Monday last W. W. Hamilton sold s 82 for $8,15o, and Win. Cas. sins Ooodloe 20 for $2,0.'tS. At Alexander Comb' sale Hugh A. Moran, of Madis on, bought Tliorndale Itose, Sth imiorted, The calf of this cow sold to forfd.COO. another party for $1,025. Tliorndale Itore lClh sold for $1,000. Tlie Attnxnte report the sale of several crops of wheat at 95 cent for delivery July 20. Wakefield, Farria A Allen, sold to F. G. Harris 2:t head of good butch-e- r steers at ft ct. and 31 head 1,400 lb. to be delivered iu September, at 0 cts. They bought of J. M. Hill of Lincoln, 59 head of Tcnneaseo itccra at ,1 to 3 its. A number of cattle having died in this vicinity of ciorer swelling, Mr. T.T. Daviess give us the following remedy that he has never seen to (ail: Insert a knife in front of the second rib on the left side and in the cut stick a iiulll. This will let the gA ecae, and relief is instant. Jim 1M. Ilruce says an equally good plan is to tie a stick in the mouth of tho animal so he can't shut It, and the ga will soon be discharged, Cattle oontiuuo steady In Cincinnati nt $3 to $1 for common; 550 to $0 SO for good to extra butcher; $0 to $7.25 for fair to good shippers; feeding steers, $1.50 to $5 50; stockers, $3 75 to $150; some light yearling and calve at $2 25 to $.1.50. Hogs are in strong demand with (he supply short. Selected butchers and heavy shippers, $S 20 to $8 50; some extra, $S.C0; fair to good packers, $7.85 to $3 .'15; fair to good light, $7 80 lo $8 35; common, $0 50 $7.40; culls, $6.75 to $050; stock hogs, $0 to $7.40, Sheep are weak at 3 to 5 cents to U). ami lamb are dull at short-horn- t oat-ti- e, At this writing (June 28th) Mr. Cabell Wood is thought to be very near his end. Although a little "late" I will state that John D. Carpenter sold on Friday last toO. W. ltifTelOl Iambs averaging 77 pounds at 4 cents, or about $3.50 per head. The progress of the harvest is reveal ing the fact that the present is one of the best crops of wheat ever grown in this county. The fickleness of the weather renders the gathering of the crop rather precarious, yet we look for a favorable issue. Corn is growing rapidly and very promising. Oats ia said to be unusually good, and meadows promise fair returns. L. II. Adams, one of our most skillful and neighborly horticulturists, sent to J. M. Cook a present of a couple dozen healthy-lookinpepper plants. Cook received them gladly and set them out, while his imagination ran riot with bright visions of succulent sausages and alleviating pepper tea. The plants grew apace and soon developed a wealth of swelling pods of an unusual appearance. Experts were called in who pronounced the crop a magnificent yield of stramonium or Jamestown burs. The Ilaptiata completed their organization, as I urderatand, on Saturday last by the ordination of G. W. ItiflV, Win. Hawkins and F. M. Ware as deacons. The law In the case wa laid down by Iter. J. M. Ilruce, of Stanford, in a clear and forcible manner. Tlie ordination ceremony was performed by Iter. W. T, Tyree, present minister of the church. The new officers are all efficient gentlemen, and we trust it will not vitiate their consecration that It was performed within the unsanctified wallsof an'unliapllzed Presbyterian church. The death of Wm. Boyle, which occurred on Saturday night last, and has from its suddenness elicited considerable talk, was by no means unexpected by those who had examined his case. His disease was what is known as hemorrhage purpuriea in an advanced stage and aggravated form. He had been taking a great deal of active exercise lately. Waa in town on Saturday and consulted Dr. Alcorn as to a discoloration below one of his eyes. This led to a general autopsy of his system which showed to be In a fearfully diseased condition. Alcorn gave him some medicine and urged him to go home and stay there. To a friend, who waa present when lloyle left, the Dr. said, "That man will not live a week." He was found dead in his bed next morning. g strike every candid mind, I think, and impel lo the conviction that the work it the LOKD'H. "Best wages" were nearly doubted in the Frankfort meeting. Another little coincidence. The Kentucky ministry and the career of the "Little Organ" close together, flefore I knew that we would leave Kentucky, indeed when I supposed that Nicholaaville, Springfield, Ac, would he the route, I was moved to buy a new Organ for Marie. Why, I could not tell. The old one, dear child of our love, was in perfect tune, mellow and sonorous, and seemed fresh aa ourselves for another five yeara. Hut obeying the impulse that hat not deceived me once in these years of service, I telegraphed to Chicago for one exactly like the old one, and lo t by the time it came, we knew why it had been sent. The new Ministry, the new Kpoch, needed a new instrument, and the LOUD who knew what was coming next, gave what waa wanted. The dear little Msson anil Hamlin that lias accompanied us so long, and never to our knowledge, had any but "sacred" muttc brought out of Its ever ready reeds, we consigned to the tender care and keeping of one who above any one on earth, will value the gift aud treasure It affectionately. The new organ I a litllfi beauty, exactly the size and style of the other, only with prettier finish, and perhaps a little sweeter tone, if that could be. Both are the LORD'S exclusively. May the second call thousands where the first catted hundreds. We believe it will be so. Our dear Nath Woodcock, as he began with us, ended with us. One day one of his drumming postals came, on which "EXPECT MK on the 25th of June" was printed and written. He came in on time and enjoyed the last Sunday of the meeting with which in our heart and memories at least, his name will nlnays be identified. Monday he went with in lo Cincinnati; took us by previous invitation and expectation to the hospitable inns!on of his employer, A. It. Clark, Esq., and there we lodged Monday night, enjoying tlie generous courtesy of as lovely a family circle as one could meet anywhere. Tuesday morning Nath escorted us to the Zoo, as the famous Zoological Gardens of Cincinnati, are called, showed us every thing, as he alone could show it, got us to the Dayton Short Line Depot on time, and bid us a loving adieu at 1:30 P. M. God bless you dear Nath, forever, as I know He will. It was a pretty wrench to say good-b- y to the dear friend with whom we had been so intimately associated in our last Kentucky meeting. For indeed I feel as if it were the last. The fields are sc "white to the liar vest," the "laborers are so few" and the "time so short," that I can hardly expect to return. Before I can "go over the cities and villages" assigned to me, "the Son of Man will come," I verily believe. So it la good bye to the dear old State that gave me birth. She has bad five yeara of the life that remained when this blessed ministry- - began. That is her full portion and more. I am "debtor to all," and other places must share my little Let ine in life, aa I can best economize it this letter then, before I turn to other theme, waft Southward a soft larewell, full of gentlest love to all, whether friend or foe. What is done is in the "eternal paat." It might have been better done, or worse. I shall neither boast of it nor defend it. There is no time for that now. I hope the best for all. It may be that those who freely attack me now, mar, on mature reflection, see more good in my ministry, now that the continual rasp of my presence is gone. That is often the case. I had a sharp sentence or two in my mind, a few moments ago, but they shall remain unwritten. Tliey could only exasperate, and I don't want to do that. One thing I must write. There are some to unjustly suspicion that they think I have made money by this evangelism. White in the mountains, of course, such a charge as this could not find a foothold. But gifts hare been liberal in sereral places " In the and magnified In the reporting, Iet me just say that I ieave Kentucky without a dollar beyond the two hundred given in Frankfort as an expression of their love for my services there. And I am sure no one will say that is an undue accumulation for 5 years service. My s.eadfost resolve is to keep myself in a place where I can honestly pray, "Give me this day ray daily bread." When I get more than I need for present wants I give it to "those who lack.'' I do this simply as a matter of investment. I prefer to pickup every thing and send jt ahead. So let us havo peace on the silly "blue-grassten-fol- charge that I am "miking money by preaching." Yes, I am laying up treas-ute- s In heaven, but not down here. I do not murmur at the charge. Men who make and lore money very naturally think all other are doing the same. But may I not hope for a just judgment In this matter after this express disclaimer. I feel sure I may. We reached Dayton yesterday afternoon loo late to advertise for a meeting on Tuesday night. Ho we accepted the day's rest as needed, slid begin in the "Skating Kink." I have not seen it, but hear I admirably adapted for the serthat it vice. All well and "fresh as daisies." PltAISK THE LOUD. Ever In Jesu. Gro. O. lUnNEs, 5r.1T AtlVHtTISKJIE.MS. 3 TO MY 1ATIMKVS! Beting that there l a partr In town who lf erll-stowll let at onsrentrvr round, snd having lost uonsv mvMir thouzh netting tlll&ttnli. I notify my patrons that I hart retired flora tht Dnsiiiess. 'insnsmc mem ineir nasi urors, i sm, llepeetrully, K. K. tl.VKKDW. ir PLEASE NOTICE! All persons IndeMed to Halt A Nunnelley, either by note or account, will please corns forward and settle immediately. The Luilness must be wound up. M A.T. KUNNKM.KY. JIuJ. A. Of f)nliTllls, Democracy. i:. IlICIIAUDN, for Superior Jnda; In this tin 2.1 Dlitrlet, suhjeel to tho sctlon of tho It a candidate JUDGE AIYVIN DUVAIX, lor fjUi'EKIOK JUIMIK In this, the Zd Dfitrlcl, su I.Jtct to the action ol the Democracy. Of Vrankfort, Is a csndldats II. SI. 11UKD12TT, Is a candidate for Judga of the Supreme Court from the 2d district. Subject to Iht sctlon of tht democracy. Of LsDcaiter, ST.ASAPHHOTEL Main St., Sduifortl, Ky. JOHN DINWIDDIE.PRO'B. OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 BOARD, 92.00 PER DAY. Special Accommodation to Commercial Travelers. Baggage Transferred Free of Charge Ilhave recently taken charge of this home and intend to have first-claaccommodations. ss MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr. This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Reputation, AND i N Its Proprietor ii Determined that it Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointment!, or Attention to Comfort of their Quests. nancaae wlllbe coorejeJ to sad from Ihedesot free of chars.. Special accommodation to to Commercial Tratelera. The llarwllll alwaja sopplted with tho choicest brands of Liquors and Clears. MT. YEKMOX AnVKIlTISEMKHTS. It. S. SIAKTIN Court, August election, 183i. IsaciudldataforCIerkotlho Rockcaitle County JAMES F. WAIaOX la a candidate lor County Judge of Itockcaitle, at the August election, 18di. W.M.OWENS ! nn Independent candidate fur Atseuor of , KockaMleU-uQiy- August elfctlon, 1882. YAltlETY .STOKE SIT.VKUNON, ICY.. J. E. VOWELS' ! Chilled Flows, Agency of Bouth-Ben- d Avery's Oast and Steel Flows, Buckeye Reapers & Mowers.Sweepstakes Threshers, Mitchell Farm Wagons, New Home Sewing Machines, Taylor's El&stio Bed Springs. H. G. RUPLEY, DMC353R.CJDE3:-A.3Nn7 will "Let ua be patient; tbne sewealtllctlona Not Iroin tbo ground arlie, llutollen times celestial beneJIctloaa A Hon. Assume Ihla dark illigiilse." STANFOItU, T jA. I H, O DR., KY., first-cla- "PRAISE THE LORD." 18S2. Takai this opportunity of thanking his patrouslu Stanford snd Tlclultj for tbelr liberal support, and stock thlaearly In the season, before being culled hopes to retain It, at lie has selected a urst-clai- a orer, and tt Dayton, Ohio, June 28th, Jear Intrriori CASEY couu.y. 1 Uncoln countT Engleman's Mill. Sam Kngleman am' T. S. Furri drew $S0 in the Iulsiana lottery. ltev. J. S. Sim will preach at Ilright' Sohool'houso next Sunday at 11 o'clock. Mr. Sam Kngleman had u pretty revere attack of Cholera Morbus a few days ago. D. N. Prcwitt lias sold a portion of his crop of while r U Ham Headley, at $1 per buahel. Tho negroes in this vicinity made the farmer dance to (he tunc of $2 er day for harvesting, Wo are told that one of our neighbor wa so anxious to see his Twlne-Uind- Libert. The next term of our Quarterly Court will begin the 17th day of July, Only six or eight appearances filed up to this time. Time are certainly growing harder. There has not been a marriage license issued by our County Clerk since the first of June. At tho Democratic Convention at the Saturday, J, W. Wiiipp was made Chairman, and Geo. A, Prewitt, Secretary; T. M. McFerran, Geo. K. Stone, Gcorgo A. Piewltt and J. W. Whlpp were appointed delegates to cast the vote of this county for H. M. Ilurdett, for Judge of the Superior Court. There wero no second instruction given. Miss Mollie Hays, the belle of Jainci-town- , is visiting her cousin, Miss Sarah Coffer, of this place. Judge J. II. Stone and wife, accompanied by Miss Cora Whlpp, will start to Cincinnati on a pleasure trip to bo gone about ten days, Miss Flora Curd.Louisville, ia visiting Miss Ilelle Williams, of Danville. Miss Dollle Cab-be- ll vldtlng friend in Lebanon, Ky, Mr. J. W, Moore had a sl:k spell ol some kind a few days since and his family thought be was losing hi mind. He went out In the garden, marked off the place where lie wanted to be burled and laid Court-house 1 We left Frankfort, Monday From the beat of Foreign Maker. They IU be cut anuuiadein Cutting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. "To Kscel." morning, and I tell you It Is a hard place to leave after you get well acquainted With "- -the people. And what a mighty change had been wrought in three short weeks I I suppose that in all the meetings we have held, the moral revolution in Frankfort was the ereatest. I keep in the same envelope ''laid away in tlie archives" the petition that brought us to the Capitol, and the one sent in after I had announced my purpose to leave on Monday, earnestly requesting a week's longer stay, at least. On the first not five name of what the world calls "note" appear. On the last, few names of "note" In Frankfort fail to appear. They are dear Jeans' worka in power, turning the hearts of men "as the rivers of water are turned." Coming uud unwanted save by a feeble minority, we departed in three week escorted to the cars by Kentucky's Governor, a Judge of the Court of Appeal and the Attorney General not to mention others. PltAISK TIII2 LOUD. The Frankfort meeting wai the 70th of K Ma the series. Ten times the perfect number. The confesslou 4x300x7x7; all of which Is nothing to many, all of which is much to me. It was meet that our Kentucky ministry should thus close it the State's Capitol aud with the grandest ingathering, time considered, we have ever had. "Exceedingly abundantly above what we asked or thought" aa Soriptute rays. It must Comprises Everything that is Itf ew, style. Ills motto Is: 10 Tit ' II 8 3 3 w? 'I mJl og M ii'f!,'. ! mii, fr fRr) y van j-- jg5?f Siv eU ' a Bran Beds for the Babies. hearted, honest girl lowering herself "Since you wero not at home, I ! KENTUCKY CENTRAL 11. R. Cincinnati, New Orleans A French doctor has invented a now to tho ways of thejo artificial, brain- camo to find for myself a volume less girls, who lmvo been bred up all Mrs. Morington bad promised me," bed for tho babies which holds them tn luwm.n school okhhsi & Texas Pacific iit ran their lives in tho business of catching bo explained. But bo closed tho safely in custody nnd prevcnU thorn Oflnemeat upprntnl llern, manufactured by -- TIIK MOST IIKMIUHLUnOUTK Tt- lA II. rhean. In Railway. a husband. You don't need any door as ho gave her a chair, as if the from over giving any troublo at night InquireAndrew, riili Onirth,Knot order and or llminntllle, l I'htWIUn to their attendants. Thii gcntlemnn ! Friday Morning, - - Jnno 30, 1882 paltry nmbitinn. Wnit until you find tcto atelo wero a part of his plan. J. II. llir.MI.AI-- , Iiantllle, Ky 33 "Wo might os well begin with n has subjected his system to tho most a man worth falling in lovo with, and Ti.A.miXjtnai And derldedly lie N,ulr Itnnle, affafdlng, aa II In f fleet June M, mil. doee, lea hangee and eitperlnr eemttifuodetreDa to then marry him. Wait forovcr, if clean record," ho said, with a great trying of nil tests, for holms applied THE RIGHT MAN AFTER AIL. deal of hard earnestness in his volco. it to nil his own children, and consid you don t find him. CINCINNATI anrjfTlKIlN MVISION. Missouri, Iowa, KnniAs, Toxni, Viola had (omul a lover; or nt least Viola sat motionless with astonish- "You aro not my first love. Viola. ers that tho lifo of ono of them is en- Hay I Mm NTtt WeM. In feel. If ynu I will dellter Ireetrry morning to regular rn k". The North, Nmthwealah.1 8TATI0NH. Hi. John Klliworth wpirctl to tlint dis- ment. If any dumb thing had folind Not quito two years ago sho jilted liralv nwincr to IU uo. Tho idea is to tMttera In Stanford and tMnlty la any nn enntemptata a trip In any ell reel Ion, ymr Inleteat P.JI, tinction. voice she would not have been more me. I was In nu awful spoony condi- fill tho greater part of tho cradlo with eta. Ii ran I hail nl any hmr daring the day at win hadeateertHl by imrtlMMlM yemr Itakati la g It la' J. N. Aeeminladii K.I', and f Inelnnatl. JTraloaaaeli way 1 ran I.te. Oteielnnatl... .... amazed. Tito years ago, tho paternal Ami she felt so fully called tion thcro's no denying it and for bran and immerfo tho legs and part of t the lat ofalere hmiii mt Ilepet. man I'ateeeH ata; rUeaaxt Haw Hit Oaehea. awl end ttery week " ..... .... IIS 130 II140 III 10 ItaiiriiaHntly rtiintefieo lleellftlnf I rhalf tnfrm " LeilStlen... K. II. IIAKIIOW. . 41lf II M had given John on his twenty-thir- to administer advice. While she sat a few weeks thought it would bo tho tho body nl tho child In this nest, cov ItdllJJ " NklioTaitlir 13 lb nnenuaM niHl interna ef thla IHd JMIaWw. tlJIIM birthday n ilrcd of n small, good his hnnd still on her arm, and bis death of me. Ono morning my let ering them over in tho usual way, hut 11 M thereby making a trip etet llilt rlrie aawi strain " nigh mM-mi lOMlltJ rlotta eoMfort and pleaanre " llafttltle jry ii. It! rlO IU II t fiirm near his own. John set nfoout eyes still on her face, tho door open- ters and trinkets camo back to me, fastening down the countcrpano tight I tt Junillen aiy .... ids place. Tt.MKTAIII.i: IN IIFFKOT MAY II, lit. . making a homo Tor himself, with one ed, and John Ellsworth was ushered Thoro was not n word of explanation, so ns to keep him firm in lo 8ertet 10 A.M. II Int ItHrirtMa Why this rhango of tactics should DeritlneUlffo Went I nfltrln aell Ir lieaiilirul of his half dozen sisters to manage it, in. Viola swept toward him with and l did not cliooso to ask any. ITo.4. Uo.T" I Jfc.T Itoakwrni-.... . IN) lrS Ml aeree, wall Im prated IUIInfariiieralDOarHln.il H Hiirtng rtlty 40 M J SI lmvo tho effect of taking away from and aliiinilantAof atfwk watar, anl In a litfHi Hale ....... and went at his farming in carnoat. eager, and outstretched hands. "And tho young lady's namo ? IW IQM IMlm 1 (lhu 1 tO II HI Arr. Chaltaneoga l tho infant his usual desiro to howl dur- ofrultlTallan. Ijlni ImMfllatelr n aIlia Inrnmar Lte. OtlnglMi ' "Emily Prcscott." And the younger female portion i it I'aliwowlh. Frank Thorpe, being disturbed by IIUw $ ft ii aa lMin " lielween Htanferd nnd lAnraMpr, A.M. I V.n. I f.a. miiea im IS ii ii a mi thought him rather a desirable object tins now comer, who was called John, "Emily Prcscott? Why, that is ing a part of every night is a question Manlwd awl 1 mile from lanraiter and U fa " Cynthtena... II IB a in. IHiim S 00 tja f7te ClMlta'nwga " IHrie- 4M It niUefrMii (llllierlal reek IMwt. Arr. Ialnflon. . It tl n tea t M h Ml Sprint Uly I maneuver for. received with such nn outbreak the young lady I met this nfternoon. wo will leave nurses to explain for IU iM to and r. uirriir.iiroHii, I. to. Leiliaitoii 810 arm lot lioakwfMl.l aw p mi i ew p in illllierta Creek, Ky, was ono reason why of enthusiasm, fathered himself up Just homo from abroad in Paris tbemsolvos nftcr thoy bavo tried tho Sl.Jul Perhaps that 1 M p m IMiitl " IV.lntlMrne4.le II Hi Arr. YVlMherler IH p lit " Mt Merllng I IS p m IM A.M. lit " Swinerael Viola had been so gracious to him. It and lounped away. mourning. Her father and mother system. In tho meantime, until thnt JaitwlLan Uly ...... ... lSllvlso S " AaMan-- l t M n if It l a i. 8 40 S4I . .. was something to secure, without an " HunUttgww. J nantltle. lohn JMljworth was in town lor a both died somowhero in Franco in the trial 1ms been mado it is only civil to iMiiki HUM " fCIO 4 11 SH ' llfgll Krldm d Nw. I iJnT No I. cflbrt, attentions that all the other fortnight. Viola always accepted his Spring, and sho camo homo with tho believe tho tostimony of Drs. North. ) Nratiataafiri t ill 4 Mi TOS . Vigouroux, who in two .. 0t Iaxffiftefi girls schemed for. Hut John Ells invitations, and when tho tirao carao Mcrtotu." Ma ha Ilaatlsitwi.. IMlM I.f. AilihmJ . EDWARD H. POX, Tropr., TM ft id IS " OtwrgetawN. ...... 7 M a aa " It a aa "Viola," staring at her with eager French papers of somo authority 7 40 worth did not realize ner iucri. un tor their tulhllment there was somo 0 . I0 Arr.anaflHMil ' MLHterllnc ll Mam t at a M such is tho invariable result. Nor Hi Kail Corner of Main and Thirl Mrrela, dor her calm exterior, bIio dreaded ro unavoidable ohstaclo in the way. " VVInoheeter .. ilt 1" li in t? II a in eyes, "1 can t bcliove it, dropping A WIIA MA l llBtT EOOTIIHKN. A.M. I III p M J m a iu Arr. Lexington . This is not, howover, the only advanrnances of tho most vivid rosepink. Then Lent camo and there was a into a chair. "My poor darling vu i.fisCIM I hiewea. a - - KENTUClCTf Lto. Islington... t 00 p M IN a hi DANVILLE, urn .. 1 " aiiwim. p III in Ono Juno night, driving over to seu sudden cessation of gaycty. John l.rli. "It seems to mo, Frank, that tho tage to bo cxpccted"from tho system. 11 SIS " Cynthtana, . 1 M p m M a n IHfloltmliam..... his lady, John founil her with an un- was called away by his father's illness, little arrangement we entered into ten Tho bran is supposed to have a warm- Hating rerentlr refilled wr romin with all of tht SIO " Katmotith . 4 p w 10 M a ml JO a in " Tuillbml ... 11)00 o 11 p in II O a M s n a in Arr. Cat lagtan .. irr. MMbllan . modern liunruretnenla, I now hate the usual "llush on her fair young face. and Viola felt tho inovitablo reaction. minutes ago might as well bo quietly ing nnd stimulating iufluenco superior Mrrflbm T35 Et. Tiltealoiwi ...." . MAY4VII.I.I. IlIVtglOK Sho rodo with him accepting his inIt was aliko every where. In tho annulled. Your 'poor darling is at to any sort of cotton or cloth, nnd to Finest (lallerr In Central Kentucky I i " It Atr.JT ayitillea ajpHi Ka.llLf.Leili way narrow circle out of which sbo bad present with the Merlons, " IHriHlegham II M vitation in a t allow children of tho moro sickly kind When you lladn ' liainirtftei a Hem - AtliUa flail Dantlllr, don't lall to nil and era No. It MararilleSlVaiu. IN to develop moro quickly and to bo me. that was dreadfully discouraging. come there wero jealousies and heart- you better go up there at once and ro am Jlayetllle 1 torn Arr. Clwllanaofa. .... No. II " 1'arla 00 IteapettfuUy, M I'jfHi, Na.lt! " MayaflttottWpw sooner able to use their limbs. Tho It came out, after a little while, burning, and petty scheming no arrango tho progrummo?" VICKSIIUItll ANll MIIHIDIAN. iCl-KIIWAItla If. I'lIX, that Mrs. Mornington, a great aunt, better and no worse than she had (0 TO "1 ilont know. Viola, you will inventor ot tho system declares thnt .. TralnaNat. I ami 1 ran dallr: all aahera Jalle i.tK MtlMhtt Photographer Ky. (ieologleal Surrey - Fare. I I .. eieept Sunday. Mpeelal Mate ta rftuhrtaale. INir 111 bad sent for her photograph a month come to know in the past weeks, tho think mo a scoundrel, but I bclievo I thoy delight in their bran beds, and i " lteao,ln 4j tlttrta, late and InfMntatlen per I lining t Hate, I .. IiI1!miumI li- eonueetlene, Ae, aalltw araddreu always "quit them with regret," " Jaekean ago, not having seen her sinco she was possibly less disguised by smooth, con- love her yet. .1 H. r 8WlrT, AtC, Islington. Arr. Vtekiwurx-..- ... ve r. l a child. Two days ago had come an ventional polish of manner. Wait "Of courso you do. Who doubts when removed at tho ago of two, to Nlmmoni Mterlteic-tilatn- r CHAS. I. IIHQYYN, II ! AT. A. "... VZZ' tM London J. II. KLLIXflN, liw'l Manager. Lte."?irTiliura;r..T..7r.r....... invitation to spend a couple of months till tho met a man sho loved I She it There, don't say a woman can't ono of a different kind. ronn l.reaaa the " jMkaan IMS f lilllaaiid rarrlealhe " 1ran4n . in New might wait until sho was gray and be generous." ..... Dtl Globe. with her (the great-auntof yt. " IVeet .. illM r.irnilciireathewhen CONDENSED TIME. tern It York, and she was coing j li.1 blind. There had never appeared .. ... After that nothing could keen her Arr. MelMlan .... A Bachelor's Defense. all iithrrremedlra lall. "It's no use denying," the young ono to whom cho could give a second in New York, and thrco davs after Bachelors nre styled by men who vicKsni;it(i, MiiitCTDi-oit- r a.vii pacii'ic. fellow Baid, his voice growing husky, thought, unless it was well, perhaps, reaching home, driving her old fash Lte. Vlek.lwrg. Sick Unit!- ira have put their foot into it ns tho only ' Illa & 11 Vi .. IIC'llO. for this. I don't John Ellsworth, if the lifo that would ioned "that I'm sorry over the creen being?, cheerless vagaArr. Monro ..... I.. iu Kor the rellel and know what will como to you from follow with him were not too narrow country road, sho camo upon John Lte. Monrw... bonds, but half a pair of scissors, and euro of thla dlatresalng affliction, taka Hlmmona ii.vii.ito.ii mm:. tins- .. 110 You aro not contented berc; to breatho in; Frank Thorpe, if he Ellsworth walking, and ho accepted " IMla many other liko things; while, on tho Liter ltciulator 140 Arr. VIekabura:. IY.Nl'KISaM. yoa never will bo until you have had wero not too lazy to speak. And her invitation to rule. . hand, tho bachelors extol their The other TRAINS tlOINd NIIKTII. JOHN erOTT, V. P. and flen. Man. On. Hon. urn (Mo terrllle Krxulator will an experience beyond it pqrhaps not thcn.Jiy contrast, there came a vision "It is good to bo here again. W'lljMiN. II. V. an.1 state as one of perfect bliss. Most dlaeaae Weawerleiuihatiratly whalwakuowto Maatii I, IU. tlun. Il'y.nnrlnnatl.llhla; K. P. P. A. (In. Hoti. Il'y, tlnrlnnall, (I.; II, COI.I, then. I am not wise enough to tell ot Mr. .fticolson and nil his wealth. was thoroughly homesick." men get married in order that thoy I true. IIIIAN. tl I'. A. A. II. H. Il'y. Chaltano..ga.Tenn.i Ltev. Illttintnnd G 00 a in CO.VKTIIMTIOX you now,! I suppose; but I love you, "When are you to bo married ?" If sho' had shown the first symp J IIAIIIII, (I 1. a t. a m. 11 y, f.fsaiiuij " Ijinca.trr. ........ it eo may have some ono to dam their stock- Should uot lie. regarded a tilHIng allmetit Mlaa.i JOK V. MHU'IltK II. P A. V., X. A " l.ltlngatan 7 10 Viola. Mind, I do not ask you now toius of her moods to Mr. Nicolson "Never I'' with a burst of vehem ings, sow buttons on their shirts, and the tilnioat regulartlyfif the Uiwela K'y, Monroe, ' Crali orchard., tit for any return. I shall wait for what he would have desisted from his at- ence; "unless you oh, John 1" with Thrrrlore awlit nature liy taking Pluioiwna (.leer xtaqlenl.. 9 It trot their babies that they may have llegulalor. It la harmlem, mild and effectual. Shelby CIt. M the futuro may put in vour heart to tentions at once. Hero was youth a hysterical sol). somebody, as a married man once said, Inn aJMiicllun M THE NEW ROUTE EAST, ItlliKU'SXI'.SS. say." Mllrtwlh and beauty in a statuesque state of 10 M At homo a telegram awaited her. "to pull off their boots when thoy nro One or two taLleoonitul will relief e all the -- VIA11 00 IIaivau . "Indeed, I do care for you Johu; perfection. That was what wo want- Mrs. Mornington was dead. troul'lra lnclden to a Mllora tlale, aneb uNiu. alNew Hat en a little balmy." Theso fellows are It ID p IB libation Junttlen and you can't blame mo for wanting ed tho etatucfqueness, and every 13 fll Mrs. Mornington died poor. She ways talking ot tho loneliness of bach- aea, Illrilneaa, lirowtlneea, dlalrrea after rating, a kArr. (InetntMtlJuMtlen bitter, bad ti'te In the luuiuh t 10 to go. Aunt needs me, you see; and body considered it a settled nflair. bad spent all her money. So Viola elors. Loneliness indeed I Who is Lowhrlllei j M.VI.AItlA. And ,no one does here, particularly. l'eraonamay tin. I all attarka by wealnillf I think Viola began to consider it was not an heiress nfier all. petted to death by the ladies who havo liking a " ot aM.nmona Liter Regulator to keep TIIAIN8 (K)I.S(I SOUTH. I've never seen any thing of Bociety." herself. Sho had iust one letter from dnughtcrs, invited to tea and evening the Liter In healtlit artlnn. Tho men who drill nil wells become Ma ant I. lift, rTa."rinB. "I know, dear " John Ellsworth after, his return and lt.il IUCIUTII wonderfully expert nt their work; or parties, nnd told to drop in when it is "And I shall not forget you," he said : I.te. N aTi Who (leoerallyarlalng froin a dieordered Ktouiaah, ean Lie. twiitllle- - .. bachelor! The TUP. ONLY MXE UlJSNJXd in him. "I shall always "I love you, Viola, and am waiting pcrhtps it would be more accurate to convenient? on the mnrricd man's loorreeted by taking Lliiiuioua Lifer Itrgulalw. " btanferd (frit.Orthard.. strewn flowers z aa say that only those who aro very ex j.vrxmcji:. think of you," giving him her band. for you." 4 . Arr. IJtlegaton grave? His widow? Not a bit of ill fcUrainoni 1M Uvultr Kfi .kin faVirii, Lte. Moeafter. "For two wholo months," a little She did not even answer the letter. pert can get work. A correspondent She pulls down tho tombstone that a dl4ea from Liferij.tfui, learlng th rrllmtf thU Arr. UMiMon.1.. ... the I0 who watched the process thus describes sadly. "Good by, then," kissing the But she wa cross, even with Mrs. frc Iron, tall trtipurl.t . with skill : "He hosspentyenrs six week's grief has set up in her heart, a driller's COLIC. And then Viola Morington, for two days after it. hand he held. PULLMAN TALAOE CARS and goes and gets married ngain sho Cblldreu Buffering with eullc toiin erleore refound herself alone, and then went to Then she was seized with a fit of learning his trade, and learns some- does I Who. has wood to split, house- lief when SiiaiiHina Liter Regulator laaliiiluuxer-e.1- . TeMewd)le, Little lloei. Mobile, MMl(itoery, Pullman Sleeping Coaches ! Adulta al ilerlte g'eat Wnettt from thlt finish her packing. an.) New Orleana. homesickness, and, had her friend thing new with each well he drills. hunting nud marketing to do, tho uedlrtne. II la not uiioleount; It la hariuleaa and Koilgranle UTriea hate Htelrebaleeof two route.' Viola's next two months were not been taken very suddenly ill, He knows the stratification of the young ones to wash, and tho servants (tfetitfe. Purely trgeuUe. tla Mewpblaor tla New Uilean. Time leueh From LOUISVILLE qukkeraiwl rate lawer tbaa by any ather She was always prettily nothing would have kept her there. earth more minutely than any geolog(I.AIIi:K and KID.VJKYN. to look nfier? The married man I dressed, and Frank Thorpe passed his Mr. Nicolson camo more frequently ical books teach, and ho cau tell how Who is taken up for whipping his Matt of the dbxaiea of the Madder originate ruuie. ii m aievtaa To WASHINGTON, sand valuable time beside her. from thoeeof the ktdneye. KeeUre llteaetlonof QDIOKEST, 0IIEAFE8T AND BEST than ever; in his way, very kind and near the bit is to tho by the little particles that cling to it wife? Tho married man! Fiually, the Liter fully, ami bath the kldneya and bladJohn Ellsworth called on her tho considerate. lUuletoall iau la Mlavntrl. Kihui, llllaK who lias got the scriptures on his side? der will l reetered. tiikououtiii: Indiana, Iowa, Nebraeka, (Wlorada. Arkaaaaa. night niter her return. One night in early Spring Frank when he takes it out, or by tho few The bachelor! St. Paul knew what ntTTake only the (IKNL'INK, whkh alwaya Only Me elranae ta Chlrasa, Ml lml and riaat hat an thewraiirtherdZ Trade Mark and crams of crave! washed out of tho "You look well and happy," he Thorpe camo and took Viola out for For fmther intermittou ataeui tlckcla ta the Grandest Scenery in America! A- CO.. of J. II. howth, Kaaaaa. (etoraile, au I ew lirrant ratea to bailings. With his hand upon the he was talking about "Ho that mar- nature by all Urugglala. ZKII.I.V1'ini.tnt.Li-llla- . said, scanning her face. a drive. Sold ries docs well; but bo that marries not (Vrtiorrlmf tJUi. In Vtnn rlorida, aJ.lreea A I .till III:, f'. ' tii far (ten. aul Tlrkal Agl., Ixultrllle, Ky. You aro looking tired. We may cablo ho marks its quivering as deli does better." "I am," she said; and she told him Or V. J. Anthony, AgU, Hlaaffd. Ky. cately as a physician with his fiuger all about her delightful visit. not have another such night for a Ballimore,PhiladelpMa&N. Y. on a patient's pulse, and by the faint Military courage is n grand thine, "And are going to settle with us month," Frank said. The Only Mrrct Lin to now ?" In the half hour thoy did not speak variation of tho tremor understands but filial obedience is a much higher not I stay hero only a few halt a dozeu sentences, and yet when what the bit is doing, somcthiines nl virtue. A German soldier, on tho "Oh, Vlreliiia iiiiiT llic ('aruIiiuiM. days, flly aunt is coming for me as he set her down at her own door, and most half a mile down tho narrow day before a severe battle, went to his bole. Tho style of different drillers superior officer nnd blandly asked for Tkkela are un tale at rlne IjHal Tlrktt OrSrre, she returns lroni n visit she is pay- held her hand for a minute as be said tturrewuia to Daughrrly A Holme. and at tbetieneral (ilbre vflbe f A II lull way, ing" at 3KI Weal Miaiii Nlrrel, I.nilUtillr. "Farowell," Viola felt that they were varies as does the handwriting of dif- leave to go homo for a week, liecauso ferent men, or as tho touch of players his old father was very ill, and likely fellow I" Viola said, as ho nearer each other than ever before. "Poor NTAM'OKIr, - . Ki:.THCKY, Porliirtherlnfonuatloa.aJdiHMj C KUNnT, (leneral rwutbweaterii Agent, Louiatltle. went down tho moonlit road. And Viola wai one morning summoned upon the piano. They know each to die at any minute. Tho officer -- Mirn'ric-riaara or- then Frank Thorpe's dreamily sad to tho drawing-roo. vi'.siiitii, to meet Mr. Nic- other's peculiarities, and an experi- took in tho situation at a glance, and 11. w. rm.i.r.it. tiau'l Mauar, lieu I I'aat'r Ag'l gray eyes came up before her, and olson. In the occupation of the post enced driller can frequently tell who is to the sin prise of everybody ga7e tho she forgot John Ellsworth's shady weeks sho had very little opportunity in a derrick without seeing him if he permission at once. lieu alter-warFine Carriages, Buggies, questioned nboutit ho explained browu ones. to think about him or his purposes. is allowed to watch tho work awhile, STILL LEAD9 WITH THE Mrs. Moriugton came and took No girl ever went to meet the final or, what is mora important iu these that ho had simply obeyed a passage the young lady away, and Frauk question with less determination as to days of mysteries, if he knows the of Scripture. How it could bo onedi-encto Holy Writ to allow a cowardThorpe was once again hangiug her answer. She knew his errand the driller he can gues3 the depth of the around her a most desirable matri- moment she entered the room. Not well within a hundred feet if he gets ly soldier to avoid tho chance of being monial prize. that he was confused or hesitating, or bis eyes on tho outside machinery for killed on such a shallow pretenso was a short time." The Christmas holidays came nud in any way disconcerted. explained when tho passago was read namely, "Honor thy father nnd thy went. Frank Thorpe lounged in on "My dear young lady," he said, "I When a grocer at Port Huron, Christmas day, and was paler and want your permission to ask you a Michigan, was said last winter to have mother, and the days shall bo long in more listless than ever. personal question." experienced religion, the statement was the land of the living." IE Mrs. Moringtou gave her first bit "You have it, sir," she said. carried to 3 prominent Deacon, who Tho new reporter was sent to the of advice to her young charge that speech which was inquired: And then, in a His report read school exhibition. AND PHAETONS, night. more liko a set oration than any thing "Did he confess to mixing two kinds pretty well, but there wero a few things AND SELL THE BEST Thw rrrptr t r i itrrly pcrutil kii1 itM "Frank Thorpe is not a man to else Viola bad ever heard, he offered of oats together and selling them for fr mi all d it ir ton itr lUnitrrtrtia. kuriianrra), and in it which did not meet tho approval Ii 11 Mam utrty taut to lmt tl aviiitliurworm BUGGY OK THE GLOBE trille with, my dear. I think be is her his hand and fortune. " No. 1 ?" tmt nauavfulliiv; tu 11.. tuitiinn ylem U of tho local editor such, for instance, WAGONS OF ALL KINDS. fromruiwiilpHraumtotiiaMwnh m Ii chiiJrru will ukt ami til iu love with you. You could hardly She went up stairs to Mrs. Moring.! r aa llirr "I think not." It at .iiiwtt, whirh rIicmiM as these: "Tho essays of tho graduat FOR THE MONEY. u lory try )inuavesijr rare nU ran do 'better." ton, saying; "Say auything about having work ing clas3 We manufacture Carrlazea of all dearrliitlona. rrniit?iii1 good, whoever wrote it witli uMy, ant aparklliiff yn, Umwy u eioploylng onlr "Do better?" raising her broad lids fatm.andJtiyuutiplrlUwvlil unroiilmttlr fiprtu workmen and ualng ai.lr "And I've done it! And I am so ed over old butterevery fall for twenty them;" werefloral offerings wero ex only lh It ' for a full, steady look. rratiiiatla material, and aril at reaaonable "the SEND FOR CATALOGUE figure alyle, workiuanihlp and mi.trilalron.ld-ered- . lite rtu lafJftFr tfthat taHula unr.totaki Ilia mnty "I hadn't surprised!'' Tut up In rlraaanl years? cessive, nud lrom the numoer receivttala, and aulvl tiy Uvaltri at twnly-n.1111 was to be any calculathought there Ir.ll'tJIILKTY .V I1YIIK. At what?" "No." cnti TryaUKUf by ed by Miss Simplegush wo judge her AND TESTIMONIALS OF Manurarturnl A VIlOitKITA' 0. tion. No, Frank does not caro for "I refused Mr. Nicolson." "Did ho confess that he bad been father owns a greenhouse;" Offl, O0 Main tttrrrtt Mti(mHl Ky, me, autit." "Perhaps you will bo sorry that caught using short weights ? LANE & BODIEY CO. I vrfta.flla Htanlord by 1'knnt X McAliitkr. "tho vounc lady who read the vale HUNDREDSOF LIVERYMEN "If he is in love with you, so much you have said no." AWARDED "No." dictory to tho teachers has in her the the better. But come; Mrs. Grove's "Perhaps. I shall never be sur STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, ho even sorry for watering making of a lino actress, olio simu"Wasu't WHO HAVE USED THEM ball must bo attended." prised at anv thine: acuta." his vinegar? accurately thnt tho lated sorrow so UMIITST STANKOUU, KV., Viola went to that ball, and froze announced Frank A servant "He didn't say so." writer might have been misled bad be UY THC Frank Thorpe, who, unconscious of Thorpe. may be that thp Lord has not subsequently heard tho young lady G. G. WINE, ."Well, it ATLANTA COTTON EXPOSITION, ofleiiBe, languidly assumed bis usual "Aunt, shall I " and paused. seen (it to poke him up a little around speak of this snmo 'dear teacher' as a on tHfia uaiLaaiN station near her. in her reckless, over-citemood the edges, but before you receive him Even Boston Transcript. hateful thing.'" Among Mrs. Grove's guests that she could not complete her sentence. Monutueula, Steam Engine and Saw into tho church you'd better givo him lleadatone. night was a rather man, "Shall you bo kinder to him than a fair chance to pass a quarter with a Evintv Puu'i: Has Oni:. "The COLUMBUS Tableta, Ac. OHIO. XihlUled at Atlanta la 1881 who. certainly was no longer young. you lmvo been to Mr. Nicolson ?" Maill Woik IIIULUENCIM! hole in it. If be resists tho tempta- oldest inhabitant" is n uotablo person of 8leam Knalnai, Iluilara, of all kUJa Manufacturer Having lost one wife, he was now I hate beeu handling youl Saw Mill, tlanar l.dgere, Ltth Mteklnea, Hub "Don't ask mo." OxNTbauKwtion I shall pray the Lord to continuo ago. Douglass Jerrold says: "Thcro uialty eatcu-- l iharloni, ele , for the and Siiok Mubiniry. bbaftiiig. Ilangert, wagont, r Ilrewater and looking lor anotner. When lie was So Viola went down to see her vis the wrestle until Satan gets thrco is something solemn about him; in four f eara. 80 far ther hate tltcu entire l. liearing.llrtatanU Hour Mill presented to Viola she was barely itor, who was at tho full tide of his straight falls." them, and L hate ( Irrularorour .to. I I'laptallua l lie. Send rur tho oourso of nature bo will be the aatltfactlon to all whoaell a boughtluauy more una Wall StreetNews. - t aaarn in inew great tollable tn eilct than any oflne prefioue yeara. Truttlng uit Hill, Hblrb ne aell fur civil. Mr. Nicolson seemed to like languid, tired indifference. . fiaaaa -- .'' goa and eall. . f t next called from among us; his place aeaaon fj iffi iiijBLJ,aii luateai""'"" edonei'l'llce- "How very entertaining you are toDid It Happen So? At a well will bo immediately filled by a second you i 111 be able to nil all oruera prouiiniy, 1 am, NietinLAt lliaxa, Ltteryman. llon, jFrank Thorpe had ceased being day. Your conversational powers are known watering place, one day hut brother. Lafiyetle.Ind, Generations lmvo cono, frozen. To tell the truth Viola made something to bo wondered at," Viola week, a gnlo of wind got loose nnd pas-e- d into the fur world, nnd left aiaTLKUKN: wo hate been iitlng and wiling Hi" advances. There was a shade said at lost, impatiently. IS92, A GRAND CCH8U0N, 1S92. went on a tear. A shortr time - belere - iinrlrer their solitary spokesman, your work In Clarke twunly for the paat lour Ppe at fntiin onraeltea beat yeara with morojof languor in his manner, and "Entertaining?" opening his eyes nnvtliiiiL' was bit, a man employed o.i tiio ono witnc-- of tho wonders that cuiloiaera. the uut aalla'actlon tounlmaally and cuinery A Hmtratrttf tvia l rUnUtloQ Ma treulttr bugglea are hi? sad gray eyes had an added shad- with mild wonder. "I supposed that the grounds noticed that the wind mill had birth amongst them. Ho remains by our cuilotuera to b the f ery boat LANE te BODLEY CO., Semi-WeekInterior Journal prlre that can Iw bought In tho country ow; but ho Bought no explanation your share of the interview. How- did not respond to tho whittle of "Old here to oheok tho vanity of tho present fur theCoiullnutlou Hprlng lluggr !e pronounced John .t tlttr .Sis,tCinrtnnuti, Your And the Uulatllle flneat, aoUeat, and raaleat riding from her. by all tho ever, if you like, I'll begin. You aro tioreas, so he mounted tho scaiioiu-iti- g by iiin testimony ot tho past. Wiiero buggy to beIu uae. Your Ilrewater aldo-bwagon uuw tpne frosty, sparkling morning. not looking as well as usual this to "go aloft" and put tho fan iu would all human experience he with- la tertaluly without a rival. Taking all in all Weekly Courier - Journal cannot be fearlewly nay that your bungle w Vdohi had been out for a walk. On morning." order. About halt up no camo to a out tho oldest inhabitant?" beaten Iu the country for atyle, duliu, aud durathe way she met Frank Thorpe, as One year lor t):i. fill two iapeie for Utile uiore bility. Youra truly, "Thank you. What a very promis robin's nest with the old birds iu it. titan tbtti'rlret'f one. Tkhhimt A MOIKl. BhTwas' very apt to do. He accom Tho othor day, in an Ohio village, ing beginning." They regarded him as an intruder, 8irlngflrld, Ohio. Ky haying ua 1150 you wlllrMelt for one year pauied her homo and entered the yi.iirluiue Ih with the have infinitely the ad and attacked him with so much fury n republican orator bean his speech QaxTLiiUKM: I bate bad In litery now for "But you irrtiitatlrc and ableat of the houlli, and the nwaiar lauiilr Weekly in the house with her. Then Viola, feeling vantage or Mr. INicolsou, whom i that they fairly drovo him down to witli tho trito proverb, "Honesty is Of er two yeara, ami bate uot apeut a dollar for lied tirighiral on them, and they look nearly aagoud aa I brightherself, begau lecturing him on met just now. He seemed laboring tho crouud. Within two minute uf tho bout policy.'1 "0 It I," exclaimrhnae who dralr lo eiaiulnea new. Hate had bugglea uf aateral other aai, ie oiy ot tb.lUiurter-Jourutail do au at hiVpurpoaelciis lifu. fS aytMlJjdHtaaaalBaaWH aud Und uone aogood aa the (oluiuuui under the impression that there had tcr ho reached terra firma, and hsforo ed a rural republican, nudniiiL' his lluiigy tliuuuVe mWm a . ua i,n. IflT f jJHPVriHI a rH BBT-Cuiiilulir'a bugnle. Uitpeclfully, m E1T I weru a limn " emphatically. been an earthquake." H f pbm neighlwr with his elbow, "let's got mm&'U; T. K. llaoaUNiK ho had timoto go alter his gun (1), " " '..aaaaaai aaB PJHHH aafaw3aL J'Thank heaven you aro not! HowCIIUIIUII HI1U.UTOIII. "And so therohas beeu. There; the wind struck the tower with so away lrom hero. Wo tiou t want to Couyera, deorgla. ull Jma ct HUKYtm an J MIIKYH at I. 4101a ever, go on." AruU It lb Bii81t S IliWKKH You much forco as to briug it down Hat, hear any tl d democratic speech." talk about something else. (Ikxtlkhkn. Tbebugglea 1 bate bad of your Lldfdtvfallgiadt. tNLalNtEhS'LLl'l'Llty fcTtiM ' You put mo out, Mr. Thorpe; needn't be entertaining any moro." J. H. Hma, puluanuraelura hate Klteu uie entire aaiiamciiou. i rnilillilHT.SiHITIl.-ItK- V. and in ruins. Evidently bad tho mail Ureokinridgo News. ulgbt. bertlivaetcry Tlieiare the beat I batoeter uad for the eauio ll 1 lor MettlugaThuieliySunday luorulngaud rk uoul why don't you do something?" Your truly, ulgbta. liuuday Prater "Miss Kuwdon," the servant anho would have beeu badly la Youk Kivkii Out ok OiidkiiY Then aiuoontofiuoiiay. Ii. CuLLtaa, Llftryuiau. Tba kt V.W A. u. J. 8. biiua, duKrioteudtul. something? Don tl? lam nounced, and that put an end to it all. beeu thcro t'Do injured, nnd perhaps killed. Isn't is your whole amlcm ilerungisl tlio blood Jopllo, Mlaauurl. Woman' illaal wary Hotlvly ueetabtre uulbelal f your devoted attendant Huuday luetu.li uuulb, at S o'lluik. Alia. T. T. Viola reasoned herself into tho con- this a singular incident, nud doesn't it U liiiiure, the hrivillt o(leniv, ;ou lave tlkNTLKHKM: I batabwiieoniiMted with the and Iaira, I'leameni. Itwadaalie, frol KTiklokli MKKkT for hflifu "Ji n a'am inn. yourself nud me viction that she was in lovo with seem us though a protecting power nerroua, have no hnuuiil, tli)ilritel in uiauufictureofaiHldealluaf iu buiule uwat betory HV. J. M. Hat'lK, Tutor, rtertlre appetite, your Bleep Your C'Yes and get BAIT1HT. Frank Thorpe, and, if not actually iu used gentle instruments to savo this trouliled itiul unrrfriwliiui:. Tu prvvt-n- t a yeuta. but la woik doea nl look like wood, Iron and i' uilb Huudaya, luorulug aud Iu auioothly fliitthod work, LANCASTER, by every Iwdy. Not that condition, sho might easily find KENTUCKY. night. Prater Mooliug .vvii talked about edar allrr- uanl In Boston Traveller. man's lifo? more eerioita cHiniiillon, tako at once a half painting and trimming- - Material haa prof olthe noou. Kunday Uthool at V.0 A. at. It. Ii. Harrow to (Viluiubua llut CuiupJiiy'a biiKglM that I cure, certainly, hurriedly to hersolf there. talilfypouniul of Hliiiuion Liver Jtecula-lobiiiwrlulendrut. l.o of the beat, 'ibey run light. Jlteryouelu recover her blunder. "I shall choose Now York city haa 11,102 fuotories, llirce Ilium a lay it will aoon rfetore Ibla niuuty who bate bought your buwleaare JOHN T. IIKKll.NS, IWtOl'ltlKTOIt. GiiltHrrlAN. Worahl by the rougregallou Tho crisis was not far oft. Coining day. Pnatblugby )r. J, W. I'ox friend where I pleuso," making iu from an errand, that night, she with $101,017,850 capital invcwtwl, lltn heallliy actlen ol the liver, bowel and wall tileaaeJi they glte lb bel of aatUfaclIou. iny Youra ou rtral aud Third Lord'a data, buuday tlibool kliln.y. "1 rooiUiiiociiJ rjluiiiigiia Liver Wluchealer, Ilia. truly, K.HWait. matters worse, of course. at Vili. Joa. Bteranre, huriiiUudruL found all the dimly-lightehouso emjilovo 217,077 hands, pays 80JJ,. UfKlibttwr to all my frtenda, aa 1 have A FIHST - CLASS HOTEL ' TjitiBiirfiTiifAN, loWiLltef. is. Mci:u 0 J? You sco," ho said, leaning forward empty, and went on from room to !J78,800 a year in W(it;o3, used, known It to on re all liver dlaoruers L roy, aulor. Sunday fVkool at AO. John W. WIS-UtKIV- , inateriul, and produces ami alglc huaiUube. A. Merrill, lioverly, and layinc bis baud confidentially on room, till in the library sho opened luerery i'arlienlar, Tbj)itronageol the ullle Uul,BUwtuteudut. Uulou Prat.r ilaallugou KO. iu Vdueaday utghta. (olUlteil, and eallarmllouguariiileed. 1 18,209,2 18 worth of good. to sec a clear tho door on Frank Thorpe. Garrard Cos. 8 lnr,urn), "I caunnt bear Dealer for Liucolu and N.J. miMuh"4txm$mm FOR SALE (!V(!JNNA T J I ICE! ICE! ICE! tiii mi .. l.. Jills-wort- d UHa I IKNIJt AHTitt IM1UI ...,) - '' . Hour-geousnn- Excelsior Art. Rooms - 1 1 .. . mnttcr-oi-cours- o tf .......... I . 1 ) ... .... . pony-chats- o d ....... It. I. ......... WASHINGTON! do-- I 111 SOLID TRAINS, -- - -. flNMMtif Daugherty&Hyde MY d o MIESTim mROTi INTH WORLD. nrit-ela- bnt-cra- u 1 r first-clas- s good-lookin- g OIlBt! alde-U- tV- Xddressv- - GOLD MEDAL ni aalli-faellguar-...i- $200 lj ly -- ar Courier-Journa- l, ra K aa tVaW ' aXM threo-fourthso- r, d S27G,-097,20- J. IV-- ir