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Semi-weekly interior journal: July 4, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882070401_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: July 4, 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. lemi'Heekln Imtefii Imtfiml VOLUME X.-NUMBER 510. "Ifavo STANFORD, KY.f TUESDAY, JULY d, 1882. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 57. Educated Men Tho Amerkan Wool Clip New Circus Swindle. A Littlt Damp. In tho great city of Now York, Abel Kcynolds, a rich farmer from Tho ronsm returns givo ono hunwo hnd nny rain in Indinnn million pounds as aud other cities, men of fino education Friendship, N. Y., and Benjamin this Spring ?" ho rohoeil ni ho turned dred and fifty-fivs find it bitterly hard to keen tho amount oi wool climied from In hU Ront. IlohcrU, a wealthy farmer from - Editor awl Proprietor W. P. WALTON, million shcop in tho United in bread nnd butter. Whilo a Wellsville, went to Warsaw, N. Y., "Vw." T. H. WALTON, - - Butinest Manager "Well, ifabconn littlo damp out States in tho Spring of 1880. This skilled workman can nl ways conimnnd to attend Mnybury, Pullman and "Tho shows encouraging progress since 1870, good wages, tlmsowho aro "willing to Hamilton's Circus on tho lGth. thore," ho softly nnswored. reserved seats they wcro told Vuhllnhril Turnitini" illtil l'rlthnif dny before leaving home I had to when tlio reported clip was n hundred do anything" which means that they Tho reservhnng up 28 of my ducks. They hnd million pounds from twenty eght mil- know how to dolitllo or nothing have tho price was ten cents. bcoomo so wntersonked that they lion sheep. Nearly n fourth of tho no chance at all; thero aro a hundred ed stnt agent said : "Tho price is ten KU.no IMfilt ANJVir.M. could no longer swim. During tho cntiro production of 1880 ii returned applicants for ovcry vacancy. "No cents, but if you have a ten or twenmouth ol April it rained on 20 differ- from two Slates namely, Ohio.which small number of thosearches for pla- ty dollar bill and will exchango it for Anomalies of Mormonhm. ent days. million! ces," says a reporter who has examin- small bills I will pass you free." Tho 11 credited witli twenty-fivcnrr(MM)tiilpnt of llio Tho upcclnl "What about tho other day?" pounds of wool nud tlirco million ed tho subject, nre native Americans. bills wero produced, tho ngent ran Now York IforW writon from Knit "Oh, Hint wai (ho day on which it sheen, and California, which shows With neither trado nor profession, nimbly off what purported Jo be the Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Lnko thnt n Monnon friend ciiiiiiicra-tu- t snowed .12 straight hoiirc." nearly seventeen million pounds of thoy aro forced to tako whatovcr offers required amount in small bills and lih request tlio following nnoni-nliunt "How is com T" and nothing offers. .Many of them passed it over, at the same time push-mi- r Toilet mill I'nneu Artlrtr, llnohn.Sttillnurrn, Tnhnrrtt nml t liiim, ll'tite, wool nml lour million sueep. in ltwu Unworn, itr. l'Hu-trlntlint lio know of in recent polyg-ninoJ'rricrlitliii mitt the farmer alone with tho crowd. "Well, I planted initio in two feet tho clip of California wna cloven aro educated men, who can conjugate I'rrjirfriif folia (I Ill II rr H frrt marriages : of water, nud 'tween you nud mo I million and that of Ohio twenty mil- a Greek verb without difficulty, llut On counting his money only half the Hprrlntlu "A young nml very pretty girl, In didn't ox t over thirty bushels to lion pounds. After theso two Slates Greek verbs, howovcr ornnmcntal, amount was found. The Sheriff went 'tlio upper ten' ot Mornioniim, mnrri the acre. pec come, in 1880, Michigan with twelve, aro poor stocks iu trado. A thorough to the proprietors of the show and decil a young rnnu of liorown clan, hut Now York, nine; Pcnnsylvnnia.eight; classical education, however desira- manded that tho ncent lw produced "Wheat looking woll?" tiiulatcl bofuro marriago Hint lio "Tolerably woll, but tho sturgeon Missouri, seven, and Wisconsin, sev- ble it may be, is of littlo use in the em- and the money refunded to a number should marry n iccoutl wife us toon as and catfish nro doing considerable en million Muuds. Tho rapid growth ployment market unless backed by of others who had been similarly ho ootild nllord to do so. Against his o swindled, ono of whom demanded of sheep raising in Toxns is shown by somo useful practical knowledge. will tlio lina now kept him to hiinrom graduates aro standing on ovcry C 10. Thoy met with n denial, but "Didn't you get any dry weather in tho fact that tho number of sheep inTIiIhIVcmv .Mill, containing (lie IntcHl mid iso. creased between 1870 nnd 1880 from corner looking for work. May?'' If nny per- when a writ of attachment was pro "A young couple wcro engaged, Imt "There wu about fifteen minute.1) seven hundred thousand to nearly two son should desiro to rido up Broad- cured tho managers wero quick to set hut quarrelled, and tho lover, out of ono day whon it tried to clear up, but millions, and tho amount of wool way in a conch drawn by n score of tle, nnd paid 8100 to cover demands pique, married another Indy. Two I hadn't commenced to bring nut my shorn from a million and a juarler to acconiplshoil collegians, ho would and expenses. Tho dodgo is a now yearn later his first love, having ro sheep Itcforo tho rain came down nearly ecven million pound. Tho have no troublo in employing them, one this season, and is being practiced Tor iiiaiiiifiicliirliig meal mill Hour, Ih host in full operation. fmod other oilers m tho meantime, " tho production of wool lias oven if he offered them no moro tbnn w.th bold effrontery, and it plainly lVc will grind for customer, Tor tli prcNCiil, on Tucmlay, increase in again. innrrfwl him as lin second wife. Tliiirxilny, Friday ami Saturday ofcncli svech, anil on "(Irass mual bo good?" their board. A man who "had shows that money is mado out of it, nlso been marked in Michigan, "A rnnu having murricd a second anil all other public dajH. We Hollclf a liberal Hharc elso the scheme would not bo so open- Conrt-Dnj- H "Shouldn't wonder, but can't say. Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, pawned his clothes to pay for his wifo to please himself, married n third advertises that ho wants ly carried out. Country folk should of imtrouiiucniKl will endeavor to lilvts entire willsfncllon. When I get luck I'm going down in a but in Now York tlio reported clip of to pleaso his first. 1880 was more than n million and' a work of any kind whero he can earn watch tho reserved scat man with his diving bell to see." "A couplo about to lie tnarrioil Mer"(Sot your jKitntocs in?" half pounds Icj than that of 1870, his hrend. What a sad story tho now method of arithmetic. mado nn agreement between them AIhujh on hand ami Tor Niile. Highest cunli price paid for Corn, "Not yet; 1'vo got them loaded on a while tho number of sheep was nearly pathetic appeal tells of that hopo de- cury. selvrs thnt tho liuibind'iBcoond wifo scow, and tho scow anchored in tho half a million smaller in 1880 than in ferred which inaketh the heart sick I Mill promptly attended lo. Wheal, Ae. Order left Whilo sensible people put no faith should Ira ono of tho relatives ot the field in three feet of water." 1870. fc fortune-tellinwo may, on general first wifo. Tho lady who was aolcct-c-d iNTiu.uonNT limns. A corres- in "Then tho prospect looks gloomy?" HltKIt DltlNKI.VII AND DlSKAHK. refused, nud tho husband rrmaincd pondent of tho Seltnn fAla.) Timet principles, predict from a boy's habits "Not any, sir, not nny; I vo got an nro has come to the conclusion that ono whether he is likely to succeed or fail truo to his promifo fur ten years. At ark olmoit ready to sail, and if it will The nllegcd fact that tho end of this tiuio his first wifo vol especially liablo to dieaso seems to lio pair of birds at least observed the in life. When money burns iu his only rain for another week I'll Im tho iiutarily choso another mnto for him. established. Tho excessive use officer, Sabbath day and kept it holy. lie pocket, aud ho is impatient to spend fixed man in Indiana." liollo of tlio settlement, n as it is well known, disorganize im- says: "A pair of mocking birds were nil that comes into his possession; 'Tlio llitAVMA Dyinci. It was Philip portant internal organs nnd overtaxes very busy Saturday building a nest on when ho spends every cent of his sal(entile, refined monogamist oilers of IIiiTtiJiiHt received and will Keep constantly nn hand a fresh Hue oT the cholecut marriage, mid married k Mormon II, oi Spain, who said to his attend- nnd clogs all tho excretory ducts. tho swinging bough of nn oak trco ary, and even falls into debt; when ho who hml two wives already. that grows very near my room win- prefers to invest his earnings in ciants: "I wish to bo carried alivo to The blood is thus turned into a condition, which invites dow. At dusk, Saturday, tho nest gars, handsome clothes, and amuse"A girl, detracted boUecn her the place of my nopuleher." Tho lovo for her suitor and her lovo fur nrocesMon oonvevinir too dvinc mon and greatly facilitates tlio inroads of was about half finished. Yesterday ments, to putting them at interest, wo may safely predict that ho will proba her mother, compromised in her allcc-tiou- s arch left Madrid Juno 20, 1CUS, and disease. Moro than half n century (Sunday) I sat by tho window, readby stipulating thnt ho should occupied six days in traversing tho ago Sir Astley Cooppr called attention ing most of the day, nnd could plainly bly never attain wealth without a desec tho nest nnd its builders. During cided change of habits- - FiAy cents many both her mother and horself, distanco of only twenty four miles to to tho frcqueucy witli which tho which ho did. tho Kicurial, where tho imperial tomb draymen of the Jjonilon brew- tho wholo day not ono stroko of work a week saved iu youth is often the AH or which they uill dil they do on it. They hopped and nucleus of a large fortune "A girl, n gentile, bitterly oppos- was situated. Philip hnd 8 u fie red eries fell victims to tho slightest ed at first to polygamy, married u from gout for tweuty yearn, and in tho Though fat nud rosy, and flew about, chirped and sang, but no The Saturday Post says: Mr. W. II. polygnmist ut tho colicitntinn of his last eighteen months of Ilia lilo expe- apparently healthy, a splinter from a work Jor them. Thoy were keeping Moore, of Owcn9boro, has recently Yesterday morning, purchased what is probably the most rienced untold ngony. It assumed barrel or n slight ecratcli olten proved the Sabbath. tint wile, hor great friend. "Two girlu wore good friends, and tho form of an uiiappeasahlo thirst fatal, and, if cured at last, tho pnticut bright and early, I looked out, and celebrated Jersey cow in the United They arc also ageulN Tor the sale ol' Matllng'H miiierior Woolen flood and ono of them ccttini: unuaud to a ami a tumorous condition ol an in- - was exceptional v slow in reoovonnir. then they wcro Hying to and fro, carStates. At the age of four years, in man bv no means of urenowewMm: an-- ! tnnsclv inaltcrnant nature. It was! Coitions drntitrhtsof beer mnv not to rying straws, sticks and bits of cotton, a ten days' trial, she gave 508 pounds crsuaded hor friend t get' cvon imHibIo to turn his body from ns soverely as whisky upon tho as busy as bees. of milk, that yielded thirteen pounds to him too, nnd ho married lono side to the other, or to change bis vout syatem, but they kill as surely, Thero has liecn another wonderful and fifteen ounces of unsalted butter. them both on tho saino day." olotlung, ami yet, amid all this suffer-- ' nud almost, if not quite, at speedily. outbreak of sunspots within the last In the month of June, following May mg and pain, ho innue arrangements in which the of her fourth j'ear.'sho gavo 1,500 To the Cirls. No matter what reasons you may two days. Tho territory cofflu homo ooeaiotuilly, it is not for his own burial, ordered tho great Western storms and tornadoes pounds of milk. During the next Stay at -aro i.eeeWy to lie always on tho street; of his royal father to lio opened, sot bavo tdr stopping ""YnnVS thoy have raced contains somo 100,000 month July she averaged forty-sinenaior squaro miles, and includes tho greater pounds of milk per day. The cow lic mlS"1 ,KS r0,Ctl aflcr ,1,m in n ')rCtly S,IrC t0 ,8 K00" . homo unrlt i not iiHiro.lriiilgery, but Uarlnntl sa .1 of himie f: "I lKMjnu to ,," ; useful miiiistration to those wo love. '.' ' portion ot tho Mississippi basin JNorth was fivo years old in May last, and is his own collin to be placed at his bed calculate, aftor thinking ot tho matter of the junction of Ohio. But what called the "Pride of Eastwood." The Don't mistakogigling for cheerfulness, for a while, and on n rough estimato Iiiivc is paid for this remarkable cow is Wctircn, slang phrases fur wit, boisterous rudo sido. Ho witnessed all those propsra I concluded that I bad. drank about a such an area in comparison with tho price calmnoss, ami neu fbr frank gajcty, iur imperti- tions with iniHirturable requested that barrel and a half of whisky in my raiiL'eot theso sun storms I A simple not given. shows that tho total area of nent seoches for repartee. On tho hefuro paning away A Charlotte (N. Y.) fisherman has tlio St. lifetime, which was twice as much ns calculation other hand, don't bo prim, formal, hit body be inaloscd in tho coffin as 1 disturbance included in three great invented a "bite alarm" to let sleepy wiw fairly entitletl to. Then I said ev1 Keep soon as dentil ensued, nnd that placed was not stiff, nor a "country faco"" ' '" myself that if I drank any more I groups of spots seen yesterday mile;, fisherman know when he has a bite. be beatsquare eloquent of "prunes, jwtatocs, prisms," in n leaden box. less than Fastened to tho rod is a ball with a should bo drinking some other could bo dropped iuto some spring attachment, which is connected My nor sit I wit upright in n corner, hands, ol' Collins bo compreyou road tho Presidents whisky, and ns I didn't want to The earth of those chasms in tho sun liko a bill feet, eyes unit lipi carefully posed for mesago jet? asked Krastus, as he ,io on with the main line by a piece of ru lithnt I stoppeil." If you have, not effect. An effect will lw produced, gazed fondly and lovingly into the yct your barrel ami a half iard ball into its pocket. fN. Y.Sun ber. When a bass or perch nibbles at reached do ..pi. i. i. .........I ...i. niiuiu nu iiujuti, but not tho one you wish. Nor yet eyosui uvr .inruuii ...i tho rubber is stretched, loosen you ought to remember that generosi(Oidcrs by telegraph promptly attended to.) A farmer near Troy has adopted a tho bait spriug and firing a cap, which sit scornfully reserved, criticising tho at somo timo iii the future, to capture ty is ono of the virtues. Magnaninew remedy for potato hugs. IIo pro- ing the dress, manner, looks, etc, of those a goinl bank account. mously givo it up nnd let somo other cured a number of boards and placed awakens tho ancler. Theauclcr will around you. Make up your minds replied sho, "I fellow havo it, and jou will find that iloarest, pistol to go off at them here nud there nmong his pota- still keep bis pocket that jour companions arc, on tho completed it only afow lays ago." it pays to be kind to people instead of toes, and on theso hoards were placed regular intervals, whether ho has a whole, a pretty nice set of peoplc-- ir, m ml ,j0 you j, 0f jtf demanding your share of every thing. raw potatoes sliced. At noon, on the bite or not. to they aro not, you hnd no Oh, I think is is jmt too awfully his experiment, he nnd A Keiiukh. An Austin Sunday-schothero is some- splendid for anything. como among them that the death of yoiintr first day of Tho story .. Yes, as n literary production it U Harry Finlny, of his hired men found every piece of teacher was examining his class thing to respect nud liko in each ot of Ohio, who recently potato covered with bugs. The men ns to their Biblical knowledge. "Who them. Determine to havo n nico timo very good." shot himsclt because of his dread of l another was it that betrayed his master?" Has Just Opcrnod a Pino Stook of this tuyliow; then do your part nnd mala "And wasn't it just too lovely tOan apiroaching examination in the killed was crop, nnd nt night so killed, though not large, First boy "Abraham betraved his it so. Ho genial, cordial and frank. think that they got married at last, in navy, is not a new story, but it is crop and in a week not a bug could be master." "That is not rightNext." If you can play and sing ordinarily spitoofull tho fuss." none tho Ies n pathetic one, and of well do not rcfuso to take your sharo tho! which tho moral cannot bo too care seen, nnd his troublo with bugs after Second boy "It was Judas Iscariot Then followed a pause, and small. who betrayed his master." "That was in entertaining your companions in young man's mind wnndcred out into fully heeded. Teuchers aro responsi- this was comparatively right." A good little boy looked reConsisting of that way. You can not bo expected tho front yard of tho future, and ho ble not only fur tho mental progress "There, thero, don't cry any moro," proachfully at tho teacher and said: to sing like a Nilssou or Kellogg. If asked himself what kind of a woman but for the sound mental condition said tho kind stranger to n little girl, "I am going to tell my ma you said it you con not piny or sing, say so frank- that would bo to bring up and educate of their pupils. Often a sympathetic who wns leaning against tho railing ly, and do not feel humiliated. You tho family of which ho hoped to bo the word or two would completely dispel in front of a public shoolhouse, weep- was right for Judas to betray his masprobably oxcel in some other accom- father. such exaggerated nud morbid ideas as ing as it her heart would break. ter." plishment. Even if you do not, j'oa Tlio chief rooster at Pittsburg has led to to n fatal result in youug Fin-la- y's "Toll us what's tho matter." Tho Ono of tho collogo jokers in Connectcan potsess that one grand accomcase. child turned two highly inflamed orbs ordered the hens to strike, owing to climbed a telegraph polo aud tied plishment to which all others aro ao icut -up at tho good Samaritan and then the introduction of steam for hatching Also, a Nico Lino ofTho cost of living can not fail to stammered between her sobs: ceseoricj, that of being "n lady" a a fino ooppor wiro around thirteen ot "All chickens. Tho "Amalgamated Chickand gracious, tho telegraph wires, nnd ran it to tho fall, now that matches and perfumery tho girls iu truo woman, gentle my class wcro vaccinated en and Egg Association" argues tiiat ground, nnd connection with Boston nud bank checks aro frco ot tax aud modest and lovable. if chickens aro to be hatched by steam, for two the tax on cigurettes is only seventy-fiv- e last week, ami mine's tho only ono that that the peoplo who batch them, thus ind Now York was broken am opening daily a Pull lino of tho Boat Goods in tho Markot.to be hnsn't took." Richard Tartin Jacob days. The college student had been cents per thousand. The freight , doing tho work of tho hens by ma- sold at Bottom Prices. Call and oxamlno. Tho mail who is attempting to A commercial traveler thus relates chinery, may also lay the eggs. This studying chemistry or something, nud handlers of New York and tho iron tho passions of tho war, in the W- first thing ho learned was that tho workers of Pennsylvania nnd Ohio his experience: IIo and his compan- will eventually bring the chicken-hatchethe vain hope that he may bo thereby connection could bo thus broken on a may lieoxpectcd to return to work at ion wcro the solo occupants of the Peck's Suu. to time. elected to a fat oflico, or, failing in telegraph wire, nnd bo hastened to tho old wagos, which were insufficient smoking car. They trial to converse, that, fall back on tho Government for turn his kuuwledgo to miiuo practical whilo matches, cigarettes, perfumery but the road was so rough thoy wero Glass spinning and glass flower a position after tho maimer of tho use. The telegraph folks havo learned and bank checks were taxed, but which pitched about from side to sido like manufacture is a very extensivo branch ,H'. regular republicans in a word, llich-nr- d that a heavy club applied to a head will bo nmplo now that Congress is ship's passeugers. At last thoy were of tho Austrian glass industry. It is Taivin Jacob is meeting with causes great pain, and they uro anx- lifting from the shoulders of tlio peo- abloto uiako themselves understood, now so developed that a petroleum -His charges ious to tost it on tho uforcsaid student. very poor success. flamo gives somo 1550 yards of glass Chicago One said, "Dan. tho old thing is ple- tho burdens of taxation. against tho democratic officials of tho smoother." To which l)au re thread every miuute, that are woven rimes. Years ago, when Heechcr was pasState, which bo utters knowing thorn plies, 4,Ycs, I guess she has got oil not only for glass cloths, etc., but also to bo fnltic, and bis attempts to cap tor of a little church in Indianapolis, A London cook recently purchused tho track." for watch chains, brushes, etc. turo the colored vote by misreproscn-tatiou- s ho was disturbed ono Sunday oveningi u very fresh looking snlmon, and antho Summer is When a lawyer was once stating his Tho new cait for which are nothing if not in tho midst ot a long prayer by a ticipation ii feast, put it in the put to nnd point for tho twelfth timo, tho judge itraight out lies, aro overy whero mot sudden ooin motion in tho congrega- boil. What wus his astonishment to out. It is called the slide-glidwith tho oontompt thoy deservo, save tion, followed by an almost preter- seo the spots nud the red tints boil oil, mndo up of long, uuovcti steps, with interrupted him by saying "You among republicans. Having descend- natural stillness. Of oourso his oyes leaving nothing but an ordinary cod- tho body quito stilly erect, but rising have made that point eleven times al ed to a lower political piano than nny were closed, but tho stilluoss soon fish. Tho fish hnd been artistically aud falling considerably with each ready." "Truo, your houor," wns the Kentucky politician ever did, not ex eooincd to sopulchral in its intensity treated nud successfully palmed off as lengthened stride. This is rapidly lawyer's reply, "hut thero nre twelve ceptiug John 1). White, ho has failed that ho could eiiduro it no longer, eo a frosh salmon. Investigation follow- becoming popular, and is especially men on tho jury." in bis purposes, nud soon thero will ho opened thorn. Not a living being ed, showing that tho prnctico of touch- adapted to tall, elegant women. .One "Whero are you goiug now?" said bo nothing loft for him hut to find a hesido himself was in tho church. An ing up inferior meats and poultry is arm usually (lauulcs nt tho side, while Batkius tho othor day to his friend Clara Lonely, the widower. convenient hole, crawl in it mid die. alarm ot lire had sounded down tho not uncommon' iu tho London mar- tho other holds the parasol. "Only to the wK jl ? H Bot- Sunday Argus. street, aud every man, woman nud kets. Ynnkeo iugonuily has not at- liolle in Cmcinnnti bnquirer. church to bo repaired," was tho r, child had rushed out to,"ruu with tho tained to such fino proportions. lovingly as the speaker looked A Mnyfield man, whilo fishing, A ragged Now York bootblack machine." Waifs. and landed it, at ono of tho opposito sex who stood at looking vory gloomy, last week, was 07)0,000 caught a small catfish On tho lowest computation his elbow. crying: "Shino yor boots; shtno 'cm A lady, whoso husband was tho tons ot fish nro annually taken iu but no sooner had it touched tho earth He got n customor champion snoror of tho community in Uritish waters, and Prof. Huxley es than a moccasin sieved and swallowed The t lire j oldest towns in tho Uniup for ii reut." who aksod him why ho only asked a which thoy resided, confided to a fo- - timates tho tako of herrings in the it up to tho fius, which stuck in the ted States nre St. Augustino, Florida, snake's throat. Tho pair wero then cent. "Uccauio I in hungry," bosaid. untie friend tho following painful North Sea at 0,000,000,000. lioforo taken to town aud lived for several founded bv tho Spaniards in 15G5. Ho got n quarter for shining that pair Jamestowu. Ya., founded by the "My life has not been ono relying ou lltixley'seitimato,wo would of boots. "Oh, he caught you, did of unalloyed dolight. I havo had the liko to know whothor ho saw tho full hours. Emilish iu 1007; aud Plymouth.Mass, he," said u bystander. "You're- tho moaslos, tho chickeupox, tho cholera, or took thostntmoiit of tho fiihors. nt Homer, (la., dreamed founded by tho English iu 1G20 A man third nmu Iiu'h hooked already." And the typhoid fever and Inflammatory that a tcrriblo storm was blowing, got llostou Post. Oliver II. LewlsTa cattlo thiof, has tho boy was sotting his faoo into ii rheumatism, hut I never know what up in his sleep, walked to a uoighbor bceu sentenced at Santa Ilosu, Cab, to An enterprising farmer proposes to lug mill and crawled uudor it for safegloomy look to trap another victim. real misfortuuo was until I married a thirty years imprisonment. Ho was establish a gooso farm in 'laxas. Ho ty. Whilo in his covert ho burglar alarm. Urooklyu Kaglo." convicted of stealing a cow, selling. Over forty thousand more emigrants will raiso gecso for their feathers ulouo bitten by a maccaslti suako. her, aud stealing her again from tho havo lauded in this country siuco now Tho country uses over iJOO.OOO.OOO and will keep them ou grass and alfal-fa- . A uteailr, firm and regular beat of the purchaser. year than came altogether in '81. postal cards n year, This is a million Ho thinks thoy will yield threo renUct-the Interrupted feeble The doctor crows happy as the This will ben foreign country first thing a day, or several tons every twenty-fou- r crops of feathers a year and will pay heart, that organ, If Ilrown's Iron Hitter of Fourth of July draws near. you know.Now Haven Register. dollar each. a sre fieelr used. hours. thir-ty-fiv- o them-telve- M'ROBERTS&STAGG OPE11A HOUSE BLOCK, NTAlVFOltl), N o T ITT Iif. It V., a nn Jam-ago.- " Col-leg- mm com MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY AVcil-ncurta- y, Mis-Hou- Flour, Meal, Corn, Bran, Shipstiiff, &c, UreAI,ISTi:K at SXJjJi'EJEi. m s xl beer-fattene- d iniu-juric- s. Groceries,Confectioneries, FiLMIIair SUPF&IXSS, I'lirn. Sell at the Vory Lowest Possible Margin. 1 d FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING! - "l j. l.i.i., ' m "1', , ',, per-"lla- ami will. continue the Furniture nnd Undertaking business nt same stand, in the Asaph Hotel a lull stock ol Furniture of building. will ery description and sell at iigurcs that cannot en. stock and Caskets will hensive Shrouds and Itobcs always hand. I also repair Furniture and carpenter's job work. B. K. WEAKEN. Main Street, Stanford, Ky. bought out my brother, It. II. I B. K. WEAKEN, B5T "ai, Inn-mo- m E. P. OWSLEY BRAND NEW GOODS, GENTS' FUENISHIJSTG GOODS. - Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, CARFETS,OILi CLOTHSHTRUHTES I TIM HIGGINS. Salesman. -- rs w Um run-nin- ir KCA.S THE- GENUINE MUD Water Elevator. Destroys All Water Insects; Draws Fresh Water from torn of Oistorn; Has No Tubing and Does Not Freeze. Foulest Oistorns Mado Pure by This Elevator. OVER ONE HUNDRED Now in Use in This County. was-fatall- y a ic-tl- Try Ono, nnd If Not Satisfied, It Will TlrnSf ken Back. ..; 7 fflTANFOKU, ICY. Tuesday Morning, W. P. WALTON, -. July -- 4, 1882 EDITOR . OUITEAU DONE. N Dir.n of n broken neck, complicated with itrnngulation, In tho District Jail nt Wellington, Friday, Juno 30th, 1852, Clmrlcs Jules Guitenu, ns n mixture of human degrcdn-lionnd canting hypocracy ns ever 0ARRARDC0UNTr7 mouth, and with tho exception that ho Born ft dead lived to curse tho world. puffed n littlo faster, no chango in his Lancaster. beat, his wholo lifo was n truer exemIter. J. C. Porter begin a eerie of manner wns apparent. Perhaps tho plification of total depravity than was General was born to bo hung nnd con- meeting here Tho wheat liarTtsl Is about over and ever claimed oven by tho most earnest sequently is in no danger of going threshing will begin Immediately. supporters of that doctrine A scab, henco by nny other save tho hempen Kid. J. W. Lowlier preached the a soro, both on tho social as well as tho line. monthly temperance sermon nt tho Presbody, his end could not havo political In reply to our paragraph about byterian church Sunday night. been othcrwiso than In an ignominious Mr. Jacob Itobinson, familiarly known Madison instructing for Richards tho death on tho gallows. Just forty-fivIlcrjittcr says, that tho contest was as "Undo Jaker," a very old man and one of tlio moat prominent member of the hours less than a year from tho day simply between Richards nnd Burdctt, Christian Church at I lit place, I thought ho fired his cowardly shot, without consideration. Tho to be rapidly rearing hi end from a genwith no other warning and without provocation, in chairman of tho convention nnd a ma- eral glting way of hi system. tho back of a President, who had been A hca?y wind piMed over a (tortion jority of tho committco nro for Mo elected by a majority of tho peoplo of Creary. "Wo nro inclined", it con- of till county Friday evening, tearing Glory, hallelujah ! tho United States, and who was fast tinues, "to. think that Maj. Richnrds down wheat shocks and blowing down Hut they lure murdered jie for It, that which had not been cut. Where the gaining tho confidencb and lovo of tho And that la the reason I am joint to tho in person had inoro to do with moldcorn, which by the way i rather backward, wholo people, ho expiates that Icuriui LorJjj ing the shnpo of the convention than had reached sufficient height it wa broken dlory, hallelujah! (Jlory, hallelujah! criraonttheend of tho rope thatfor tho ram going to the Lordy." anybody else. lie came hero nnd oil at the ground. sako of justice nnd decency had been During tho chant his feelings sover-a- l captivated the peoplo tho solid old Accident. A liorso belonging to J. 1. kepttoolong fromits work. Tho events times overcame him and he sobbed Democracy and knowing that his Samlifcr in attempting to pa through a of tho last year are too fresh in the pitifully. When finished Dr. Hicks nomination at Danville was a foregone gate only partially open, ran against I be minds of our readers to need repeti- said, "God tho Father be with Thee conclusion, gaah in hi side from they voted for tho man of latch which cilia tho shoulder to the flank. It may prove tion here, for there is hardly n five-ye- and give Thee peaco forever more." their choice." fttal. John Duncan in operating a twine old child in the land who does Guiteau then submitted to tho ordeal Tun Vi:nMONT democrats havo binder bad hi thumb badly maaheil under not remember tho mouths of terrible of being piuioned and having tho Geo. E. Eaton for Gov the needle. suffering and final death on the 19th uooso adjusted around his neck, with' nominated The Methodist church ha been underuov-erno- r, ana ii. in. uuuaru lor of September,, of the man who had out betraying tho least emotion or ernor, going extensive repairs, the old fashioned and tho Peunsylvauin democomo up lrom tho lowest walks of life agitation, tho black cap was drawn door and window having been taken out crats havo completed their ticket by and repaired hr some of more modern to be Chief of one of tho mo3t power- over his face, and then in a loud voico nomination of Chauncey 1. Black shape. It will soon be ready for occupin-cful nations of earth; 'the subsequent he gave the signal, "Glory, hallelujah! the nnd will present a very creditable his Ready I Go!" The trap was sprung, for Lt. Governor, and Silns M. Clark trial of the sneaking murderer, This improvement is due to is not tho of mallevolence, the great and exactly at 12:40 Guiteau fell six for Superior Judge. There exhibitions ghost of a chance for tho former tick- the pastor, Iter. J. It. People. freedom allowed him, whereby a court feet in tho space below, and died Mis Nora Carter, of Lexington, Is tho demoracy of tho Quaker of justice was turned into tho most almost without a struggle. The body et, but visiting the family of her uncle J. D. afightingchnnce, Price. Dr. farcical of performances, his convic- hung for half an hour, when it was State havo more than J. II. Kinnaird, left Saturday, owing to a split in the republican ranks, for Cumberland Kails where he is engaged tion and sentence, and the numerous lowered into a common coffin, and would not bo surprising if its for the reason. Mrs. Jo. Dunlap, who has nnd steady attempts of his counsel to those who desired wero given a chanco aud it next Slate officers nro democrats of been witbMr J. Anderson for a few weeks save his worthless neck nil these to view it. The features wero comleft for her home in Louisville, Saturday. the true blue. como before tho minds of fifty mil- posed, aud there was not that horrible John Itandolph and sister, Miss Maggie, In our last issue we were mado to of Dinville, will stnJ several day with lions of people hs but the occurrence look usually seen on the faces of exeof yesterday, as they in imagination's cuted persons. Tho body was after- say that Mr. Barnes wants to be bum-c- il friends here during this week. A sneak thief entered the barber shop on tho highest hill overlooking eye, see Guiteau dangling from the wards turned over to tho surgeons for Frankfort, if he dies beforo the sec of Joe Iluflman, a poor old crippled nescaffold and paying the penalty of his an autopsy, which developed tho fact ond coming of Christ. We have nev- gro who had just liegtin work after about horrid crime. It seems but fit that that his brain presented no external two year sicklier, and after breaking his tho lost night on earth of such n mon- evidences of disease. It weighed 49 J er heard that Mr. Barnc3 is nn advo-cai- o chair and cutting the pictures which of cremation, nor do we see how adorned bis shop, tore his towels to shreds ster should bo intensified in horror ounces, half and ounce less than the even the intelligent compositor could and carried oU" hi louts. Nothing but with the maniacal howls of a crazy average of tho best intellects. The woman conliued in the jail, who ever lungs nnd heart were in a normal con- havo tortured tho word "buried," pure cusscdress could incite to such a deed and nnon asserted her claim of being dition, but tho spleen was found to which was written in our unusually and KuKluxing should be the remedy "God's woman", and that sleep should weigh 15 ounces, twice tho weight of superior Spcncerian penmanship, as Joe' while friends will refurnish hi shop, The case of cholera repotted in the have been kept from his eyes for tho the average. The body was buried in ho did, expect there is method in tho Cincinnati Enquirer from this county was greater part of tho time to better con- the jail to prevent its being exhumed meanness of the averago typo slinger. the cao of Kd. (not Hen) Dunn whose template his approaching end. Itising for mercenary and other purposes. Afteh a trial that was protracted death wa reported by your ltryantaville early on the morning ofhislast day, he The lifo nnd death of this monstrosity almost as lone as Guiteau's, the Mai- - correspondent a few issues back. It was dressed himself with more than usual were most remarkablo, and while ley boys have been acquitted of the pronounced a case of cholera morbus brought on by violent exercise in the hot care, ate his breakfast with the raven- many will claim that ho was a lunatic, murder of pretty little Jennie Cramer, sun after eating a heavy dinner and drink-in- g of a half starved animnl, nono can deny that ho was sufficiently who was found drowned near tho ous appetite too freely of cold water. But "sporshortly afterwards responsible to suffer for his diabolical beach at New Haven, Connecticut. adic cholera" lays it over "cholera morcalled for a bath-tuand washed himself from head to foot, crime. The Malleys were wealthy and had bus" for Round. devoted a portion of his time to prayer Biyantsrille. influential relations, which accounts Evkn Kentucky has had n hanging. Friday night' storm wrecked the and composiug a prayer nnd a poem for their getting clear ot n crime, I Friday John Bridges, colored, for the to be delivered from tho scaffold, parwhich if they did not directly commit, wheat shocks in this vicinity. murder of his wife was worked off in On last Wednesday the body of an took again of a hearty meal, appeared they were instrumental in procuring. unknown man came floating down tho a most miserable manner at Cadiz. very impatient for tho time to arrive, Gen. Nuckols was in a measure creek. In the fall tho noose slipped and tho and begged the Warden to let it bo g Tom Stone sold to O. D. Wearen, a poor wretch iu his struggles succeed- vindicted of tho foul chargo ofassault-tinover as soon as possible. At his rewoman, by the jury standing thousand or more I'Unliels of wheat at $1 a ed in freeing his legs and arms and reper bushel, and purchased a very hand quest tho death warrant was read in d upon the gallows, eight for accquittal and four for a ver some 1'hieton from hint at $275. Sugar gaining his cell instead of on tho gallows, nnd from which he was pushed off and af- dict of only 8 100 to sootho the ruf Creek Ben Dunn sold to parties at I.ex at 12:30 tho march to the instrument ter thirty minutes of horrible torture, fled feeling of his accuser. It is said ington, last week, his splendid trotter for of death was begun. Guiteau's face died of strangulation. There is so lit- that tho General lost 10 pounds of his $500. This horso is very promising and wore a pallid but determined expresha only been trained a short time. Tom tle hanging in Kentucky, that tho scanty supply of flesh during tho tri sion, and he seemed less excited than al which will learn him a lesson, nev Stone lost his bi work mule Friday night. shiriff never gets a chanco to Unole He supposes it was overheated, his attendants. Kenchingtbo platform, averago tho business, henco tho work is er even to look with lustful eyes on Kcuben Stinnett brought us n stalk of which was gained by rather steep steps, learn badly botched when it is occasionally any woman, bo she never so luscious timothy that grew on his farm that measho was placed immediately behind the or tempting. done. ured C feet 7 inches. T. J. Temlinson i drop and facing the several hundred s comes to the front with a stalk Oun southern ports seem to be lax Tun Richmond IlegUler bears false 5 feet 1 inch high. people that had gained admission to the Atlcocnte man tho jail. Tho spiritual adviser, Dr. iu tho enforcement of their quarintino witness against its neighbor when it come again. Mi Iila Doores, of Crab Orchtrd, Hick's, then' offered a short prayer, laws, fur iu addition to tho imported says "tho owniuru journal warns n visited her sister Mrs. l'eyton 1'arrish, case of yellow fever at New Orleans, mob to hang the Governor nnd the Friday. Jas. Bryant "took in" the Sunday after which Guiteau in firm tones read has arrived at Court of Appeals." Wo don't want School Convention at Nicholasville, Frifrom the 10th chapter of Matthew, another severe caso day. Ben Dunn the "oantharides" man, We merely hasn't the cholera. Kid. Qrubbs was visthe 28th to 41st verses. Finishing Pensacola, Fla. The National Board a mob to hang nnjbody. iting the his church members this he remarked, "I am now going to of Health has recieved information remarked that if they must hang some- last week. various A.J.Jones, ofof Columbia, Mrs, from Havana that tho terrible dis body, it would bo better to begin nt Ky. and Miss Lida Bryant, of Liberty, read to you my last dying prayer," , and not hang de Mo., are visiting their brother, Mr. James and in a clear, strong voice, and with ease is epidemio there and will take the fountain-headBryant, our handsome druggist. Miss effort nt elocution, he read tho tho necessary steps, after it is too late fenseless prisoners because these offi Lucie Hills has returned from a lengthy some to prevent its importation cials do not do their duty. Miss Addie Folcer, one visit lo Indians. following, Dr. Hicks holding the probably, of Bryantsrille's belles, spent last week in manuscript for him, tho miserable to this country. In Chicago a good many of the Nicholasville. Mr. Tim Ford had a of bees man s hands being pinioned securely Ok tho fifth ballot Hon. James II. street cars are ruu by cables attached swarm several to desert a hive and remain weeks ar.d return to their away engines but thoy havo prov- former home. Mrs. Peyton 1'arrish went behind: Dowden who rose from the printer's tostntionary "Father, I now go to Theo and the caso to be one of the finest lawyers ed almost ns deadly ns the festive buzz Mondsy, to visit hersiok sister, Miss Bet-ti- e Doores, at Crab Orchard. Savior. I have finished tho work his section, was nomi- saw, eight persons having lost their Thou 1ms sent mo to do, and I am on- and scholars of BOYLE COUNTf. ly too happy to go to Thee. Tho nated at Hopkiusville, for Superior lives by them in the five months that Danmlle. been in use. world does not yet appreciate my mis Judge, Friday, All tho nominations they have Mis Cynthia Smith, of Richmond, sion, but Thou know eat, ayo, Thou are now virtually made aud the Supe-Couand Mis Lollie Smith, of Lexington, are NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. knowest Thou didst inspire Garfield' visiting Miss Mstlie Gentry will be composed of Judges Bow-deThe Champion baw Mill in Louisville License was iited last week for I). U removal aud only good hast come from Richards and Ried, ull com pur a burned Friday. I) $05,000. rsiow and Anna Maxsy, and James 8. Meyit. This is the best evidence that the The Bank of Commerce", of ltirhuiond, ers and Msry June Shears to marry. inspiration came from Thee, and I lively young men as well as compeThe new Baptist Church wasdedioated huve set it forth in my book, that all tent ones. Vn., ha suspended and will pay 60 cents yesterday, Uv J L Burrows, of Lexingon the dollar. men may read and understand that ton, preaching the sermon. About $2,100 Tiik prohibitionists achieved a Congressman K. M Hawk, of the 5lh was raised by subscription which relieves Thou, lather, didst inspire the act for y which I am now murdered. Father, grand victory in Iowa, the net mojor-itIllinois district, died in Washington Fri the Church of debt. The new church is a model of neatness and comfort, and cost In in favor of an amendment to the day morning of aioplexy. I tremble for the fate of my murderall $8,100. ers, this Government and this Nation constitution forbidding tho manufacThe cheapest excursion yet leaves Lieut. Gov. Jacob, the independent by this act. I know they will receive tory or sale of whisky in any via the N. Y. 1 A O. It lt. candidate for Clerk of the Court of Apd Thy eternal enmity, as the Jews of form in with peals, spoke here Friday night to n that State, teaching 2G, Only $1.75 to Niagara Kails and returnChauaudience. To say that hi sp.eech old for killiug Thy man, my Savior. privilege of stopping over at Lake fell Hat would be doing neither the speech Tho retribution in that case cauio 888. Let the good work go on. tauqua. nor speaker iniustice. It was a common An Illinois mob shamefully mistreatquick aud sharp, and I know Thy Louihvu.lu will soon earn a repu ed and hung a Kentucky uegro, named remark, tho next morning that there was divine law fjr retribution will strike nothing in (iov. Jacob's speech or the this Nation tuid my murderers iu the tation equal to Chicago as a city of John Tulley, pretending to be of the opin- cause he represented. Grand Dictator H. V. Maguire returnsame way. The diabolical spirit of easy and many divorces. Tho C. J. ion that he had insulted a white womin, the Nation, its Government and Its says over fifty have been granted since of which he was entirely innocent. The ed home on Friday after an absence of Ihrto weeks at Maysrille and Flemings-burnewspapers toward mo will justify January 1st and tho docket is always guilty partlea are being hunted by the ofwhither he had been to institute new ficials. Theo in cursing litem. I kuow that lodges of the Knights of Honor. At the Alvln Duvall, generally conceded to former place he organized a lodge of 75 is inex- kept lull. Thy divine law for retribution have been the best win named for the Su- members composed of the best men In the orable I therefore predict that this GinTj:Au'B,'poiiie"delIveredjustbo-forperior Court Judgeship in the Second dis- city and county. At Flemingsburg the orNation will go down in blood, uud ho fell with a "dull thud" has done ganization of a. lodce ia under progress,. .. trict, made no speeches, indulged In no exi.. that my murderers, from tho more to produce tho impression that tra hind'shaklug, spent no money and of and Mr. Alaguire win return tliere Ash hangman, will go to hell. to cotmdete it. He will also visit Thv la'ws are inexorable. Thou Su he was crazy than everything else oure got lelt. luivington ujmmon- - land and other iwlnta before he returns, in llie interest or the order. preme Juduol Woo to tho men that I he did combined. wealth. incon-veniencmis-crabn ll o vlolato Thy laws. Only weeping and gnashing of teeth awaits them. Tho American press has n largo bill tosot-tlwith Thee, righteous Father, for. their vindictivencs In this matter. Nothing but blood will satisfy them, and now my blood 1m on them and this Nation nnd its officials. Arthur, tho President, is a coward and an His ingrntitudo to tho man that mndo him nnd saved his party nnd land from overthrow, has no parallel in history, but Thou, righteous Father, wiltjudgo him. Father, Thou knowest me, but tho world hath not known mo, nnd now I go to Theo and tho Savior without tho slightest toward n human being. Farewell, yo men of earth." When ho had finished ho again surveyed the crowd and said: "I am going to read somo torses which are intended to indicato my feelings nt tho moment of leaving this world. If set to musio they may bo rendered effective. Tho idea is that a child is babbling to his mamma nnd his papa. I wroto it this morning about ten o'clock." Then in a monrnful, "Hark from tho tombs" voice, ho chanted several verses of which Hie following is n sample : "I u?rd lay psrty and, " Unt, Itiialness failure for llie six. month GnANT teems to bo possessed of a charmed life', but why his days en'llng June 30, as reported by the Mercantshould 1)0 prolonged is a thing that ile: Agtnrj of II. O. Dun A Co., are in number 3.597, wllh liaMllllea of $50,000, no fellow can find out. Tho Broker's of 000. Tlio failure the first six monlli train on tho New Jersey Southern R. 18SI were 0,302, with liabilities of $10,000, R. running nt full speed, had four of 000 Tlio increase, therefore In nnniW per cent, lis pasengcr coaches to topplo off n and amount is about twenly-fiTbridgo Into tho stream Mow, killing ascnmraiel with tlieoorrtspondinp; jierlod two men, wounding six or eight more of 1881. Jmlgeil by csmpsrison mslble with rtrovitis year, the trade of tlio counfatally and bruising many others; but try, in proportion In il magnitude, I Gen. Grant, who went down in the thought to be In sotiml condition. In 1878 smoking car, enmo out unhurt, tho' the falhirM for the first half of the year o wero 6,825 with llabilitiea of $1.10,000,000, a littlo damp, nnd suffered no tho loss of his lint. Tho while thia year they are, a aboro Mated, invo accustomed cigar was still in his only 3,5S7wll)i llablllUn of $50,000,000 Gen. On Tuesday nlghl last the residence wa entered by thieve and n gold watch chain worth $50, a pair of bracelets worth $20, a cameo finger-rin- g worth $1'J, and a breastpin worth $5, stolen. No clew to the guilty party was obtained until Friday, when the case having been placed In the hands of Mr. James A. Frost, who. by the way, is making reputation as a detective, he had been sold that the finger-rin- g of rKOKKRSKmi,. J. T. Shelton, of this county, BRUCE, T.W.VAUMON. WAI.T.AOS5K.V1KKOIV. A.'l"X'01tNiaVi-- i II. O. T. W. A W. B. VAHNOK, KTANIOIU), KY. AT XsAW, up Olflfs In Otrilsy A Hen's nsw InilMIng slain. WARREN & CO. ATTOHNJ1V AT I..AW, I.ANCAHTIIlt, KY. Mailrr OimniltaUne r aihlConniy Attorney, Will practlrelnsll UisOoiirliof (larranl snl adjoining rouhlirs ami In I lis Glut t nf Appesl. KAUFFMAN, to Kitty Arthur, keeper of the "Duma" House. Kilty, on being approached, said she had gotten it from a ncirm named Walker Warren. Walker ws arrested, hut said Kitty was a liar; that he never sold her the ring, and could prove an alibi br Hardy Shores, It. O. Jones and Lou letus, or Telers, two colored gentlemen and a colored lady of Stanford. .Mr. Frost went to Stanford and had such a convcrsi lion with the parties mined a induced them lo o up the chain and bracelets, which they said they had purchased from the aforesaid, Walker Warren. This leave the stolen property all accounted for except the breastpin. Il ia proper lo say, however, that Walker pronounces the statement of the Stanford gentlemen and Idly to be a lie, also the statement of any person who implicate him in any dishonorable A transaction whatsoever. r wa also found at Kitty Arthur's, Kitty sayinir thai the same Wnlkcr left it there. Walker sty this i a lie. Walker's detractors, knowing that he is in bond and unable lo protect hi good name, have made other strong accusation against him. They say, among other things, that he ha already been in the pentilenthry twice. Walker say that I a blank, blanked lie, and that lie can polish oflTthe man who started the report. gl-silver-plated water-pitche- HTANKIllll, Wlllprssllesln the Courts ot this and sdlolnlit( cnunilesstsl In Ihs Court of Apivst. Orors In Owalsy A fan's nsw ImlMlnj up stairs. A'L'TOItNIUV AT TAAV, KY. AliKX. ANDKHUON, T1IOMAB V. HIIiT.1, Jit., ft ! ATTOItNMY AT .L.AW; IIANVIM.K, KY., Will rrattlraln thsOsurtaof lloyltsnt! sdjplnlng eeunilra and In the Court el Ara!. Will practice In sll ths Uxirts of Cstny and ad- Joining- - eountlea, and In I lis Court of Appeals, Six-ria- l altenllnn lit en lu eollsetlons. OrHre off r IU ATTOIirviCV easier county, AT IjAW, ami a amis risr KY. I.IIIKUTV, T. MAHTKHHON l'BYTON, H O rima'a 1)11. loie. J. U. H. 11 UAltl'HNTRR, KKNTUOKY nmceom llell. from 7 lo a. h. atore, URIee hours lo l r. x. 7 to 9 r. x. I.jtl.'i ft HIJimKON DKNTIHT, BTANKOItll, KY. OfflcsHoulh aids Main Hlrcst, two doors abots ths Myers llol.l. Puro Nitrous Oilds (In admtnlsUrsd vhsn LEE V. HUFFMAN. MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. ia Sam. M. Bunlttt, Editor. Tho fourth will be a dull dar here. There will probably be a good delegation from here lo Danville on the 0th. Some cratnc stuck up a lot of poster about town announcing that there would be a picnic here on the Ith. Mr. J, II. Otter Is the . A Superintendent of the teachers' meeting will be held every Friday evening. Mr. Jacob, who I running for Clerk of the Court 01 Appeals, Is billed to speak hereon the 5th. Capt. Henry I exacted to be on hand also. Mr. Carl Bruncr is negotiating with Col. C. Crooke for the purchase of the I'ine Hill Coal Company' liml ,t I'ine Hill, where he proposes to establish a colonewly-electeSunday-school- It O MOIIOAN, D. I). LI H (A TWTTIJ Will U In Mlanlord ntki of each inontli.from 0rl Monlsy. lenlal rooms in HI. Asaph Mold, ni.r MeA liter A llrlshl'.. At Ijinrsitcr two wcwkiof each monlh fMrwilitn. Irotn third Monday Ifenlal rooms In MsmillouM, (! iljn I'uraullrous oald rsm adoilnUtnM 491 It wlisn Brrrwary. IH3NTIMT, H. to O Mil). A. Urinocraey i:. KICIIAKDN, for Kuptrlor Judatlo lo ths action of tho a orixmli.llls. Il a candidate this ths 2d Ulitrlrt, aul.Jrct y foot-hol- blue-gras- It rt The applicants fur teachers' certificate last Stturday were all successful. certificate, Only one obtained a is just a good lo draw but a the money. The Mayor of thi town has not issued any orders against the festive fire cracker, and the small boys arc invited to turn theruselye Itxue ami burn the town if they can do sj. were in great demand Saturday. A large exlra supply wa ordered, but these were insufficient to supply the demand. If the newspaiers of the country have a spark of gratitude, they will erect a monument to Guiteau . A turnpike to Marct's mill and another to the Pulaski line are sadly needed. A few turnpikes would be worth more to the county than all the railroads. It costs money to build turnpikes iIioiikIi, ami, unfortunately for the cuple of this county, they hate more brains than money. The tunnels on the Knnxvllle extrusion are being put in condition. The roof is of heavy under of brick. The ends nf which is an arcli tunnels are arched up smooth, the arch the being of heavy stones. On llie arc the figure "1SS-,- " and the number of the tunnel. Diko At the (ire-haHotel, LivJames Smith, ingston, Thursday, June an exemplary citizen. He came originally from Ohio, but had lived in this county about filteen year. He had many friends. He was buried Friday. His son, Mr. Kd. Smith, of Livingston, is the only member of the family that survives him. The following gentlemen comosc the democratic ticket to bo voted for in this county the first Monday in August next: County Judge, Jamea F. Wnllin; Clerk, It. 8. Martin; Attorney, Isaac Stuart; W. M. Owens; Jailer, J. L Jonlin. It will be seen that the Democrats have no candidate for Sheriff, but il is likely they will have one in good time. Alioirr 1'Eon.K Mis Cleo Williams, who ha been quite ill, has recovered. Mrs. Helen Brooks has returned to 1'aris. Mrs. C. S. Nieid has joined her husband at Kast Bernstadl. Very much to the delight of hi many friends, Msjor John S. Cooer, of the V. S. Quartermaster's Department, returned to this place yesterday. He will probably remain here several weeks. In company wilh Dr. W. 1. McKee, of this place, and Capt. T. It. McMichael, the editor of this departChief ment, greatly enjoyed nn engine ride from Livingston to 1'ittmin' on the extension last Friday. The work of bridging, ballasting, tic, is progressing rapidly, and it looks aa if the trains would be running to London shout the 15th. The road-befrom Livingston to Hazel Batch is in excellent condition, and tlio ride along the Big and Little Kock castle is a beautiful one. No pains are spared in the construction to make the road a first-clone in every resject. Capt, McMichael is a splendid railroad man, and he is building this road to suit himself. Our party were the guests for dinner of Mr. John Faraher, superintends of tlu department, at Kast Bernstadt. This station Is beautifully located and will probably become a considerable village. We met here Mr. Stephen Owsley, formerly of Lincoln co'inty. He ha a store, and ia also engaged In the tan bark and lumber business. He I anxious to see the trains running and says business will be lively when the road does begin operations. At l'ittman's tho outlook fur busines is splen than three lame coal mines did No are getting ready toslart theirstore rolling Northward as soon as they can get tho oars, We saw Charlie Nield sitting near the side of the track at the Altamoiit mines this aide of Bernatsdt, looking for a train, "All along the line" is the same fervent desire to see trains running In and from London. We left F.aat Bernstadt after ten o'clock Friday night and had a beautiful moon-ligride to Livingston, which place we reached about mldnlvht first-clas- s to-dOuurier-Jmntali tlrst-cIswood-workey-ston- e ny. 0 d M o o JUIK.r, AI.VIN IHJVAM., m Wwm (II Kranafort, Il a candidal lor HUl'KllKllt J II 11(11. In this, ths Id llf.trlfl, euljrtt lo those tlonut tlis niocraey lt It. Of .11. IIUItlfXTT, fonrailrr. Is action of ths drtuuerasy. a candidal hr JuJg of tlisSu-pru- ns Court from Hi 3d dl.trlcl. Kut.Jftt to 111 H o CO PLEASK NOTICE ! AIIrwuslu.lblrfdlo Hals A Nunuruy,lltitr by not or ammol, will daM rvm forward and acttlf liuufdiatfdy. Ths iMUlorw must I wound up. U A.T. NUAXI-.I.I.r.Y- . FOR SALE ! tt IUH'lll.K SCIIOUi, OhSHHt o d in OflnfMwl appcutrd pattern, niinufselurrd by A II. Andrew order and f heap. Chlrssv In Inquire al Cnclitlan Ctiureh, lluaWnellle, sr J. II, llD.M.AI', luntlllr, Ky f.! ii:siKAivi:ii::i I o3rlo sell mr Lrsutlful PftlrlnfUg'! llttlslamiof alOUsndodd acre, well luiproird and ehundinr of stuck water, and la hth tiu nt rullltatl)!, Iyln Initnrdlalcly on the turnpike (etwren (Stanford and UmcMler, & mile Iron of Mantuid and S nilM front hancwiter, awl Mllrfruui (liltotts Creek Iieil. H'l ', t t. iii;riii:iti"iiiiit,Ky. Utlnerts Creek, Kianroan HraiKT LANCASTER, JOHN T. --- KENTUCKY. llK.lil.YS, l'ltOI'ltlKTOIt. CLASS Asor, U & A riKST - HOTEL In arery particular, Tho patronage ot (be putlle Il-t- f aollcllrd, and aaiurwllan g uarinleed. w Stanford Female College. STAM'Oltl), ky; With a Full Corps of Teachers, Thla Iiialltulliiu wlllon lis Thirteenth Hewlon on lb --M Monday In hcplfiaher neat. AM. TIIK BRANCH K8 OP A ft track-layin- o d H M w THOnOUGHENGUSHCOtmSE Are tsuiht, u well as MTJUIC. TUB LANdUACJEU, 1) HAWING AND l'AINTINQ. d TERMS MODERATE. n Tuition, prices rant from f AS lo VA In lb ular Hcpartiufiita. t'rliuarr. 123. Intcriunllala l!U; rrrrakuy, liO, and Collegiate, SAO. a For full rtlculare, as to Hoard, Ac, address MKK. H, V. TKtri'.IIKAKT, a'rluc!i,l, Slanferd, Lincoln Co.. Ky. track-layin- g ft HI 0 le-- WILL BE OPENED! O Tullaolil Irlendtand to Hi public on THE 15tli DAY OF JUNE 8 M in LI FOIl THE SILVSOA Eutirely Gen. MF 1882! MT. Kit MIX ADVKIlTlsmK.ITK. UNDIIlt AN It. N. MAItTIN ot tits ltaekaattlo New Management. Isaian.lUhte tW Clnk (hurt, August etwtlou, IS. County Jas. F. Robinion, of Lexington, fair-site- j,v.mi:n i'. w.txr.ix Is a eanJIJata tor Cbunlr JuJgeof llcxtssttlc, at llie Auguit eletUou, 1W, o 3 Manager. The office in chargo of Mest. John Fleet aud 0. F. Moore. IV.M.OWKXN Is an luJeiKoileiit candidate tut Aueaior of KocautltCuuuly, August clwtlou, 1SS1 RATES OF BOARD : VAitiiyiY ntojm; airr. viaurvorv, icy., J. E. VOWELS' lcr Day li-Wock lcr Munfli r tf2.5 (US ) 11.00 I5.00 I'ltK'k i e Kxecu-tiveitotb- o . Obilled Flows, Agenoyof South-Ben- d Avery's Oast and Steel Flows, Buckeye '03 9 N3UUYM 'Honaa CIIII.Dllim AND NUHHKH HALF EVERY COMFORT AND LUXURY, !.ak Ice Included, will L auppllud tu junta, and tuej am assured luat lu eierjr rvjulilteof a tint-oiHuUl the Mauageuicut docsuet luUnd tu lo aurpasaed kyauy In America. 4Wiu y Keapers & Mowers,Sweepstakes Threshers, Mitchell Farm Wagons, New Home Sewing Machines, Taylor's Elastic Bed Spriugi, W. O. WELCH. Trulls k asJlt SniiMffittchlij 3nlcrior3ourn.il FnuiT Jaim of all kliulu at Ilruct, War rtn . Co.V. Ur Ilia Livingston Coal Company' col 3CJT. It In the lirsl. Tuesday Morning, July 4, 1882 t"k hitIo Mill i now prepared toilo mi kind oi custom grinding, in room order. L A .LOCAL TIMECA1D. Laurri. county ilotililo screened nut Passenger trains North 9 toa. K. coal 10 cent per Imiliol dellrercd. T. T. " .. i H r. m DavlfSS. " Hotith "Tire Owl Company nold lat week to K, 11. IIUY Paint of Penny ft MeAHsler. Hayden, of Stanford, $1,000 worth of their litmliel at A.Ovra-lcr- '. ntock Mim.ct Heed $l! V at $13o xr nhare. Ki.kvhm rotiNi Htijrar for $1 at McAl-IntA Tiir.ll' wnlkeil Into the limine of Mr: A IlrlftlitV. V. F. Abraham who live noma veven or flALT, Lime and (Vine nt constantly on eight mile from town, a few day ago, and A. Owsley's. hand a look therefrom a tdlvcr pitcher and cup 1'i.hntv of counlrr nldfi and ham at that cost $40. Je basn't the alightcat Idea McAliftter ft IlrlRhtV. In, fiw flock of Jewelry and Silverware at who the guilty one Penny ft MoAlisterV Mr. 0. Adams, of Kockcanlle, found two HUMMr.n and Winter Turnip Keel at five dollar bill on the depot platform Fri MclloLerts ft Hugs'. LoVKHS of flood Tea will find the lieat day, and left them at thU office to be ad MoAllslcrV In the city at Penny vertlned, hut in ten minute afterward a Watciikk, Clock and Jewelry repaired man cameslong, proved property, took the and warranted by Penny ft McAlister. money away, and we therefore get nothing 1'UliK Atden Fruit Vinegar, bct in the for thl notice. world, fur sale only by McAlister A Hrlglit. WkCai.i. Attrition to the caid In thl and Ynir will find the beat cigar in town at 1'enny ft McAIis-ler- '. issue, of Dr. J. J. WiNon the dentist, who recently located here. He I highly reJ. II. ftH. II. Hiiank aro receiving and commended a a thorough adept in hi ojK'nlng a nice new lot of Zclgler filioen profession, hoth an a atirgeon, and in the low cut. and those who Cantor and Hztra Winter atrained mechanical department, Hurt of hi operaIjinl Oil for Iteaper and Mower at Mo have patronlted him Koberl ft HUggV tion in the highest term. HI oflice and A kdi.i. line of California Cannetl flood, renideuco are on Main street. Including Aprirol. (Irae, Pram, Peaches Ho to llot'Ki'AKTf.B Shunoh. Mine and Kgg l'luui at McAlister and llright'. Wk hare addeil to our buidneM a larger Host Campbell write that the above deassortment of the (Jmmi Orynlal .SwAirVss lightful resort now open and bent readiand can fit any eye. Ilclng of Kanltr glass ed by Somerset. A auperb line of lucks easily deface, and they do not scratch or leavlne Hotel at Homer- run will retain their bmultful iJuh. Thl will beundel the charge of Thon. net, on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday ltichsnls, who will carefully fit them to morning, arriving at Springs at noon. far any llyo for any purjKwe, The road I In very good condition. Thl McltoherU ft Rtagg. seeing, shooting, Ac. arrangement will continue until the road I "personal. completed to London. visiting Mrs. Mlssi Ahhik I.oian County CounT yesterday wa almost 8. J. Kmbry. devoid of Interest. F. Held applied for a Mn. T. II. Hmitii, of Clarssrllle, change of road, and Kobert Hutchison and Tenn., I here on a business visit. other for a new one. In the latter cane MlVtMAlNiR WathoM, of Ilottaton, nuinuionn wan ordered against all the land Texan, I visiting Miis Miry Owsley. owner through which the road into pasa to of MlM4 AliK YanAimiiALE, show oauie at the next court why It ihould with her cousin, M!m Suslo 1 to ill. not be citablished, L. F. Hubble win ap. Mn. Jamm Mauim with her chil- IHiinted guardian of Gertrude Dennis, and dren in Tailing her nlntcr, Mm. M. I. Hi W. M. (larnctl of Kugene lligginn. s more. were ordered in the Turnernvilte pre I.OUIHI. Mih.4 InviNr, of Harrosls. cinct for a Justice of the Peace to fill the hurg, 'pent a few day with Mm. I. 8. iicxplred term of John Cash, dee'd, and McKlroy. "in the Walnut l'lat precinct for a Con- Mim IIkttii: Horn, a beautiful young ntable, the one elected having failed to lady of Pleasant Hill, Mo., I Uniting Mr. iulify. Jno. M. Johnson qualified a ltohuS. I.; lie. Deputy Sheriff1, and W. F. MeKinney wa Mim Maiiy llitowx left Saturday to apinled Coroner, with Jame A. (liven npend a few dayi with Minn Alice Fever an security. ance, in Lebanon. (iov. 1U T. Jaooii, the independent rel'nor. Aunkii lloflww npent Sunday here, and left yenterday fer New Yrk, and publican kind of aoamlidat for Clerk of other point East. Juinir M. J. Durham, IboMih; better the Appellate Court, apjieared promptly Saturday, but Cap! llrnrr imagining than for'yeam, wan in town yenterday and on MkiI he could advance bin Interest to a honored u with a call. extent elsewhere, failed to show up Mn. WAUir.n Haii.kv, of Mhuouri, greler broad-a- a figure. He should haa been visiting hi brother, Dr. Steele his lftve been here by all means, for we know llailey, for a week or two. we epeak when we nay, that If Ida IllCHMONli KociltvrriK, 4if Ulrinlng whereof and hia word are in hi favor, on c visit to hi par-e- presence ham, Ala, arrived they a re needed right here and n cdily. The In yealcrtlay. lie in recovering from a Imprennion prevail to some extent that he njtll of ferer. i a monster of frightful inein and he owe Haiusim Wkay Little Mih Okowik that class to prove if he can, that ho In found the atnetbyat ring adrertlned in our it rhapa a hundred per- A crowd of Friday' iue, and It owner had it in lea not. onn, among whom there were two negroes than H hour after the "nd" appeared. three or four republicans, gathered at Mk. J. L. Hiiuck, Secretary of the and when JuJge Saulley, an Central Kentucky Fair Aiuociatioa wan the Introduced Gov. Jacob a here jretterday. He tell ui that the prea gentleman and a patriot of distinction at mium offered are larger and more of the people fur home and abroad, and atked than ever and the pronect of Lincoln that respectful attention to hi a nuocMuful exhibition wan never better. npeech that the speaker eminently deservwan Dit. C. C. (Iiiaiiam, of ed. Col. Jacob acknowledged the compliIn town yenterday loaded down with rare paid him and at once proceeded to and valuable fonailn which he prenented to ment He I a Ilcnhy man, a little beFemale College. Among them were buninen. the low the average height, ban sharp brown the teeth of the ancient nharlc, which munt eyen, a white moustache and look every have been a hundred fret long. They are inch the old fashioned gentleman. He In form. jietrified to flint, and are perfect said there were two classes of democracy Dr. Oraham I now 'JO year of age, but at present in Kentucky the true and the continue hub niul hearty, and we hope false. The false had by skillful and cunhi life may be prolonged many year yet. ning manipulation and machinationa obLOCAL MATTERS7 tained ascendency and rewarded it memFuroil lot of Honeynuckle Ham for bers, not for merit but beoattse of service rendered the lost cause. The true democra .ale by V. T. (Ireeu. cy, which he humbly repreentcd,blieved TllHI.K HUNimKD THOUSAND HlllCIC for in epial justire to all men and did not in nale. Apply to Henry IUughman, Stan- quire to what army a man had belonged, ford. only stipulating that he mint h honest Mil. II. C, ltui'I.BY InnUtn that you come and capable. He had no feeling against and nettle your account with Mm; he need Confederate and endeavored to prove it by hi effort on the stump and olherwiso for the money. Crab (ten. llaait Duke, when he ran lor Com Tin: rtore of John Kdiuinton, at Orchard, wan entered a few nlghla ince monwealth' Attorney. He wanted to give No arret. them full and fair justice but by allowing nml robbed of $100 In money. them to have all the office the State had 1'aiimf.iui desiring to lay In their winter been thrown CO year behind, Thero wa supply of coal would do well to nee the nothing fair about permitting 20,000 Conpioprletora of Lincoln Mill. It will ho federate to rule and govern 80,000 Federmoney in their pocket. al soldiers and the democracy that aided and the tho machine in doing so waa aa false and Hotii the Farmer' National, an far from being the genuine stuff aa the diNational lianka declared a I vidend of I per cent., and carried over good devil In hell from the Christian religion. Nomination to office had been procured amount to the Ntirplu funds. by the worse kind of fraud and men had l'KNaiON. Mu. J. 1). Pkicb, of Lancas- been forced to support them by It having here, la been made almost treason not to do ao. He ter, who I engaged In bunine about to receive an arreara of penihm then went 011 to lament how the great and amounting to $1,01)0 lOforabrokenhipand good Wolford had been treated but failed other Inurle received while in the Federal to tell why, It he had any influence whatservice. ever, that Oldham county did not instruct J, T. Hauius iufuriua u that he can li a single vole for him. He characterized thecltiieuaof Slanfonl with Ico at 1 the administration of Gov. Ilramletto aa cent per pound, and will keep it the Benson the best Kentucky had ever had, and aald through, both Lake and made ice. When that while he left hundred of thousand Ice freeze In the country It freeze In town. in the treasury, the machine administrations had spent it all and were now more lUnpectfully, Harrl A Dawron. than that In debt. Thl terrible atato of I the llh.of July, the aflulr must be broken up and the only 100th anniversary of the Declaration of In- way it could be done wa to elect htm to dependence, A year ago the nation waa the office lie I reeking. From a ahrouded In gloom at the propeet of l'10 point of view, hi speech was probably aa aiieedy death of the l'reiident. good aa It could be under tho circumstanthe country experience a feeling of relief ce but that' not saying much, A re that hi cowardly murderer now altepa lu n deeming trait of It waa that he made no felon' grave. allusion to Henry 'a unfortunate performjoke turn ance In 1MitsvilIe and took no undue adC0M.EOT011 A. M. Swoi-r- ' out not "to be luch a funny joke fur hlui vantage of hi absence. We hardly think after all, for he ha been given the grand that the Col. convinced any body that hi bounce for Dr. DavU llennett, of Lextng. election wa Indispensable to the welfare of Kentucky or that hi defeat would ton, brother of Senator llennett, of todarknes and damnation. Nor John I). White did 'it, doggone ha made a firatoJat do wo believe that hi effort secured him him, Col. Swo collector, which LInoidn nounty hu oh. half a dozen supporter and uone of them democrat. aerveJ with latlafactlon, LOCAL NOTICES. Pen-coc- k The Livingston Coal Company' coal can't be heat. Call onT. T. Daviess for it. Mn. A Mm. ItoYi: Ktrwart have exchanged their residence for the one of W. Craig's house now occupied hy Dr. Huffman. A horse ticlongtng to John Carpenter wa stung to death hy bee at Daviil Terry's, near Highland, n day or two ago, They were the ordinary honey been, and they did their work no well that the horse died in le than five hour after' HUNDnRiH-notiTiAR INDUCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY ! To reduce my stock of Summer Goods, I will offer at Very Low Prices, for the next 60 days, my stock of Laces, Hamburg: Edging, Lace Curtains, India Linens, Piques, Fans, Plaid Ginghams, &c. I also offer, at Very Low Prices, my stock of Jeans, Flannels and Woolens, which were bought early this year, at the close of "Winter sales, at 15 per cent, less than present value. Money saved is money made. Come and see me. Respectfully, ROUT. S. LYTLE. and Mr. Withers' life estate in the remaining half for $1,060. Mr. A. I). Newland ha duplicated from hi farm, a timothy head a little over a foot long left here by John llright, and Mr. Thorn Ketherford ha shown u a pair of onion of her own raining that weighed 21 keep ala distance, and seem to take no Interest In the success of Crab Orchard. Como up sirs, and we'll give you a hearty welcome, n good dinner, and send you home rejoicing. We have already here quite a galaxy of HULKS IK beautiful young married and single ladies, and sociable and agreeable older one. DRUGS, BOOKS, STATION EIIY& FANCY ARTICLES. Yesterday the South furnished two more of her fairest daughter from Memphis, in Phyalclsns' Prescriptions accurately compounded. Pharmaceutical Prepsrstlons a specially. company with two sweet and pretty chilbrinas Mai. Qoodloe. of the dren. U. H. iavy ami wile nee .Mis Jieck. ol Washington City, anil hi brother, uoi, Wm, Csssius Uoodloeand wife, of Lexington. Also a gallant Southerner from Savannah, Georgia, Handsome and moral young gentlemen are here in force enough to make it pleasant for young TheLARGEST STOCK of WAT0HES.0L00KS, JEWELRY ladle who may come, and last, though not Niiwr-mvAit- i. leaat, our tth of July celebration will be a grand carnival of fun and frolic. Come up by all mean, Mr, Walton, and make Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watcliei, docks and ua happy. Hall, July 7th. The following Jewelry Repaired on short notice, and Warranted. i tho nroeramme of the 4th op Jui.V CEI.EOnATIOM at Ckau Oncif Ann SmtNa.s: 1st. Music by "Quartette Club Hand" of Crab Orchard Spring. 2nd. Oration by Capt. S. W. Itaiiey. 3rd. Music by Quartette. 4th. (Irand Derby foot race, free for all. Tub Hlchmond Ittyi'ttrr nay .r ward. TllR republican meeting yenterday wa sparsely attended, only 312 person being present, 20 of whom were colored. It wa decided that It wa not advisable at pres ent, if at all, to put out a county ticket. An effort wa made hy Col. It, lllaln to have the meeting endorse (Iov. II. T. Jacob, hut It wa a failure. A resolution wa adopted calling on Hon. W, O. Ilradley to become a candidate for Congre, an will be seen hy that portion of the proceeding published elsewhere, er PENNY PENNY & McALISTER iak 1 near-slgh- 1 Ilarotla-liurg.wa- n Klec-lion- Thr F.aktmin Lunatio AsYi.uM.-Pro- m one who wa an inmate of the above Asylum for eight or ten month and who remained there some time after the restoration of her reason, we learn that the unfortunate person who aro taken there arc subjected to a system of starvation and cruelty that in horrible to contemplate. Ourlnlormant say lh.it the Superintendent, Dr. Itullock, in a kind and good man but that he doenn't put himself to the trouble of finding out the inhuman treatment reworlcd to by the female nurse Mary F.lder, Nora Savage, Mary Nunan, Mag. Haelly, Annie Smith and Mary O'Donald. These fiends, not only slap, beat and cuff those that they are hired to wait iion, but appropriate tho clothe sent by the friend of the patient and In the back wards either retain their provisions or intentionally see that they are only half supplied. It I rrgarded by these women a a decided encroachment on their dignity to have n patient speak to theni without prefixing a Mr, or Minn, and many a tender cheek haa been slapped blue by their rough hand for the commission of the offence. Our Informant showed lis a dislocated thumb and numerous bruises, that had been indicted for disobeying the order of one of these women. Theso are very serious charge and we call upon those in authority to Investigate them. Some of our best people have friend in the institution but whether they have or not, humanity demands that the unfortunate creatures who have lost their reason, should lie protected from the cruelty of those worse than hyenas, who take delight in.punishliig them. DEATHS. lb. Court day wa a miserable failure In nearly every respect but especially In the slock trade. Hut few people, owing to harvesting and grassy cum field were in town and a to the number of stock let Capt. Hush, the anctioneer tell: Stock market not worthy of report. Only 1 pair oxen, G scrub yearling steer, 1 cow and calf on market, and they were not sold. I sold 3 plug horses from $75 to $3(5 er head. " To-da- v & McALISTEE, ami BorLEcolHfr. at n Court-hous- e Died on the 20lh of 1'iianki.in. June, at Spring Place, near Knoxville, Tenn., of paralysh", Mrs. Mary Dix Frank lin, oldent sinter of Hon. Koberl Illain, of thl county. She was born at Illain' X Itoads, East Tenn, in Nov, 1809, and waconnstiuently nearly 73 year of age. She was a widow IS year. A son and daughter survive her. Of Typhoid Fever, Sunday HocKRii. morning, July 2d, after an illnesnof several weeks, Willie II. Mocker breathed hi last. He had just about attained hi majority, and life wa opening before him with ma ny fair promises, but the Destroyer, Death, marked him for hi own, and he Wan cut oirinthu morning of hi existence. At an early ge he professed rrligion and united with the Christian Church, and by hi exemplary conduct and habits, had won the confidence and respect of the entire community. His father and sisters are sadly liereavnl, and we sincerely sympathize with them in their allliction. The burial oc- cuired on Monday in llnffalo Cemetery. Shelb Cit. Tho Magnolia Mills received their first car of new wheat from Mr. F. M. Ware, MeKinney. last Monday. ). 8. Hood, whose store was closed some time ago hy action of one of the creditors, lias again opened, I understand he will biing suit against all parties concerned for damages based on the ground of defective paper and illegal service therjon. Frank Lee, a native of Richmond, Va., andbrakemanonlheCS.lt, It. fell between two car of hi train at Junction City last Thursday, and wa so badly crushed that he died in a few hour after. He waa about 22 year old and unmarried. The Central Kentucky Camp Meeting will commence August 18th at the beautiful camp ground near Junction City. The ground have been very much improved this year, and visitor will find comfortable cottage and excellent mineral water of several kind on the grounds, besides many other comfort and luxuries. A certain young man whose name I forbear to mention this time, became so enthused with stagger juice that he deliberately undressed himself and went to bed on the step of a business house on the street, where he could be seen Sunday morning entirely nude, save his shirt, which wa tied about hia neck, a la cravat, hia clothe being placed under hia head for boots were carefully a pillow, while hi placed under the step. Died, on the 27th of June last, at the residence of Mra. M.D.Young, Shelby City, Hessie Itice, Infant daughter of Susie Young Case, deceased. On the 3rd Inst, at Junction City, Kate, oldest daughter of J. 13, and Ktta Vanarsdall, age 3 year. On the 3rd inst., at Shelby City, Pearl January, infant daughter of W. h. and Desaiena Unions, age -- U uay. miction often Is the lot lT UoJ to mortals given, In Ilelililiful anil Ibcae severeJ ties will beaten. A 75 hollowing entries have been made: Gen. J. F. ltoblnson enter the celebrated imported runner, ''Alonzo Hardin." Hon. W. O. Hansford enters the renowned Taken this opportunity of thanking his patrons In Stanford and vicinity for tbelr liberal support, and racer, David Caa. s Capt. 8. W. Itaiiey enter the Arabian stock thlaearlyln tho season, before being culled hopes to retain It, as he haa selected a thoroughbred, Wm. Hell. over, and It Ja. F. Itobinson, Jr., enter the World renowned Mustang Liniment colt, Clay Lindsey. slyle. Ilia motto la: Maj, J. Fry Laurence enters bin thor- From the beat of Foreign Makers. They will be cut and made In II Catting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. "To Excel," oughbred imported gelding, Willis Washington. John A, Fleet enter hi great never defeated sky corker, Alex, Miller. Other entrie on day of race : -- WIIOLKSALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN- 6lh. Slow mule race, free to all, mile; change rider. Gth. Sack Itaces, CO yards; free to all. blindfolded, 100 7th. Wheelbarrow yards; free to all. 100 yards; free to all. 8th. Hurdle race cf Huskil Herchndiss, Ski Music, Sasks, and all Gen. Ja. F. Itobinson, Starter. Hon. Gabe Lackey, Hon. Tom Judge S I1., Varnon and IIon.T. P. Hill. O. Maj. J. Fry Iturcnce to make the address to the runners. Ala. Monsieur Leweso Clarko, from his Grand PIANOS, Square HANUS, and Upright PIANOS, "Hally Co Teach," which will be drawn hy four of the blooded racer already en- In Rosewood, Satinwood, Mahogouy, French Walnut nnd Ebonizcd Cases, in elegant designs to correspond with any style nt Furniture. All entries to be tered for ll.e purses. mde on or before 3 o'clock, p. M. on 4th yard. H. G. RUPLEY, STAKFOKD, KY., nrst-clai- Comprises Everything that is Blew, nt-da-ii CHXJR.CH cfc OO. PIANOS AND ORGANS Mi NO. 66 WEST FOURTH CINCINNATI, Given, accompanied by a young Last Saturday evening Dr. Jackson ladpr, while out driving met with a serious accident in crosninc the railroad at Junction City. Hi horse became suddenly irtglit-enc- d and dashed over the bank, overturning the buggy and making a complete wreck of il; yet, strange to say, the occupants were in . neuil-aiinu- fur-ni- d To-da- y sore-hea- d To-da- y ltich-inon- d; ill one of the most dangerous railroad crossings in the county, and perhaps i RELIGIOUS. crossed oftener and by more people than Kid. Jus. Ilallou will preach at Fair- any other. Attention la called to it. view, Garrard county, next Sunday, CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS. Iter. J. C Porter will begin n meeting July 3rd, 1832. at the Ilaptiat Church, Lancaster, Editor Inltrior Jvuntat. A new Pipe Organ costing $3,500 his I think it not only a pleasure but a been ordered for the first Ilaptist Church duty we owe to the community at large at Islington. and to tin vicinity, in particular, 10 lei Rev. J. W. Canfield, for twenty year them know through the columns of your newsy paper what a happy family we are, a Presbyterian minister, recently joined and how delightfully the timo passe at wa this beautiful and celebrated watering the IliplUU at Itardstown, Ky., and nlaee. "Moonltcht. music. love and flow- rehaptiied by immersion. ltev. Dr. fluerrant, formerly pastor of era" are the fascination of our souls, as dainty dishes of Monsieur Jean the 1st Presbyterian Church of this city are the our professional cook, to the body. liabtiat, ha converted over S00 persona since Jan, I aay with truth and without hesitation, C.-1, in his missionary campaign. that no resort either Fast or North can The Frankfort Ynman exullingly surpass in point of elegance, comfort and la requisite make up of all say: "In point of number the Itnrnes general establishment of that 1 Summer a No. for the of the retreat, till place. Gen, Ja. F. Robinson, convert aro atronger than any churches in Frankfort, and none of them of tho Phccnlx Hotel, Lexington, and Mr. John A. Fleet, of the Louisville Hotel, are have joined the churches." and it would be superfluous to miggeats in charge, The St. Louis comment upon their capacity and accomthat a Mr. llarnea lad assured hia Ken- plishment as host. And then when vou take into consideratucky convert that they need not abandon the turf nnle they'seo proper, and has tion that Col. Welch, of your city, that Princo of elegant gentlemen, with hi met with great success, he ha only to tell winning way and big hearted generosity, not only have i with them soul and body for the success the Ohloans that they shall but keep perpetually all the office in of the reason, can there be such a word aa the heaven, to make the entire Huckeye State fail? I think not. To sumloaded whole thing with every up in brief, the takle I rally to hi standard. delicacy of the season that money can purare cool, well chase; the cottage LAND. STOCK AND CROP. and neat; the Hotel proper I 11. II. llronaush, Crab Orchard, ha CO grand in it proportions; the management liberal and nccommodatlne: tho proprie No. 1 breeding ewe for aale 1st August. tor gentlemen of experience and all that I said that wheat i selling in Lee It the public rould demand and rate moat county at 50 cent a bushel, the yield being reasonable. This place i not only an ornament to your section, but to the whole so enormous. in my opinion should be patVinmeter ft Hamilton' 70 head of State, and young and old not only from a ronized by Shorthorn brought $27,200 and IUtull-to- distance, but you and your readers, our 45, $16,570. nearest neighbors, ihould lend your valuThe Wlnohester lUmomtt report sale able assistance in keeping it at that high iierfectloo to which it now has atof 100 oaltle to average 1,500 In August loint of tained. So come up Mr Kdltor and lend at 6 cents, and 200 for lia your assistance, lou nave material and September, enougli in your town and vicinity to add July delivery at 7 cent. A better crop of blacklierrie was nev- greatly to our aocial pleasures. For InYou are favored with pretty and er seen lu thl seotion. The briar are stance: ladies, your legal talent may be graceful loadtsl down with fine lusciou fruit, which fairly represented by Col. Hill and Col. mean lota of jam, preerves, cordial and Weloh, your ailable. agreeable and heart Howling flreen Dem- breaking "masher," by Col. Thoma Var-nowine. Yum, yum. (lod Mess him. Who doe not love ocrat. Sir Thomas? Trot him up and "keep him Short horn salon olosed Saturday In the middle of the road," and 1 wager The witli those of J. M. HioUall, 70 head that he will "bust thing wide open" and bringing $10,330. It. 11. ft K. P Woods, of have a crowd here In le than 10 day. Hon. (labe Lackey could fairly reiue-sen- t thl county, bought Ilelle Harrington Hates, The the pensive, meditative farmer, whose red, calved 1S70 by 80S, 30th Duke of twinkling eye and genial smile would cast Alrdrle,for$320, a ray of sunlight over the whole place, Commissioner Welch sold yesterday and who lu any crowd, at home or abroad, a one of the to Mr. T. 11. Smith, of Clarkvvlllu, Tenn., might well be considered great wit fact of the West, save to the 186 aere and 13 pole of land on Dix ltiv-e- cillloal eye of the red man. He too I an the property of llraddock Wither and old and much loved friend whose hand I half of a tract of 100 acre adjoining it long to shake; hut like the rest of you, be J. n, r, uninurnl, save a lew uruises. inia Races to commence promptly at 4 r. M. NioiiT. Grand .Moonlight procession oy With one Manual, with two Manuals and Pedals, containing the most beautiful, powerful aud useful combinations ever procured the "Moonshiners," Hook open. Hop at 8:30; good band engaged. in reed Instruments. Grand Finale Old Virginia ltecl. each Liberal purse will be given for Wo invite tho public attention to our largo and well selected stock oi race. Pool will be sold on the ground by ORGANS, and our unequaled facilities for furnishing PIANOS "Judge Carson," Col, W. G. Welch, Grand Marshal. the best class of instruments nt low rates. We purchase for net cosh in J. F. L. larger quantities than any other houso in this city. The expense of our mOAtinC ORGAN Department is far less than some housPIANO Pmnlflir i V W PPT! Mil - A f We have reached lower of the Republican of Lincoln County at es doing exclusively a I'iauo nnd Organ trade. e in Stanford, on Saturday, prices than have been tendered by any dealers in this market, and guarantee the July 3rd 18S2: Hon. J.A. Lytle, Chair all instruments us represented. We sell on easy monthly or quarterly payman, called the meeting to order. There- - ments, and any instrument taken on trial, not proving as represented, may ., mnlinn Iha frtllnwint. Tfwnlll! innn s.n We solicit correspondence with persons desirwere offered and unnanimously adopted to be returned at our expense. ing to purchase, and take pleasure in answering all inquiries. wit: of iJesofeol, that we, the Republican & CO. Lincoln County, having full confidence in hereby recomthe ability of V. O. Hradley, mend him to the voter of the 8th Congressional District, as a suitable candidate for Congress, and pledge him our undivided suport for that position. On motion, thi resolution wat ordered flrnimr I. I.a n.il.lT.l.A.1 In 1.a rial, Danville Tribune, and that the editor of the Interior Journal also be requestSTANFORD, LANCASTER and HUST0NVILLE, ed to publish the proceeding of this meet- DKALEIt IN f mnlinr. Ilia naatint ftiltntimpil Ifl Saturday, the 22d day of July, meet on Seeds, I8SZ, ai.i OCIOCK i" M. Julv. Elegant Parlor Organs, Chanel Organs, Church Organs, and and court-hous- JOHN CHURCH GEO. D. WEAREN, Grain, Wool, Orchard Grass R. Hlain. Sec. J.A. IjYTLK, uu, and other Buekten's Arnica Salve. The teat salve In the world 'for Cuts, Ilrulwa, Botes, Ulceri, Salt Ktieuin, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chspped Jlsnds, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures plies. It Is guaranteed to ulre entire sstlifactton or money refunded. Priee2J rents per box. For sl by Penny A McAlliter. A General Stampede. Never was such a ruih made for any Drug Store aa Is now at Tenny A McAliater's lor a Trial Bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs snd Colds. All jiersona sfHIcted with Ailhins, Ilronchltla, Hoarseness, Severe Coughs, or any affection of the Throat and Lungs, ran get a Trial Bottle of this ureal remedy free, by calling st above Drug Store. HHH psh :LVE True to her Trust. Too much ran not be aald of the ever faithful wife a- -d luother.ronatantly watching and caring fur her dear ones, never neglecting a single duty In their behalf. When they are assallnl by dlaease, and the system should hav a thorough cleansing, the stomach and bowels regulated, blood purified, aud malarial poison exterminated, she uiuit know that l'.lectrle Bittern are the only sure remedy. They are tht best and purest medicine In the world and only coat fifty cents. Sold by Penny & JET- - JS. DFt I I I W7 u9l Gr I I O 1 3NT I S, McAllsler. SKW ADVKKTISOKSTS. J. J. WILHON. 1)KNTIHT. BTANFOItn, KY. Oflice and llealdeuie, Upper Main SI. Lincoln County Farm ltUr. for Sale! Tim heirs oljowph Scott otter at wltats sals, his farm of ICS ACHKS lying I mile North, of Iix mn.l nar tb Clairird counlv line. Toe laud la lertlle and In good repair. Tuirly-nve- seres lu spleudid Umber, Oil, walnut, am at'., ana all lugrasn except nine acrM, which Is now wheal atubUo, This larui can be bought low snd en easy teriua. For lull particulars, call on David boott, on tho farm, or address him at Ullbert'a Creek 1'. t7-(). Llucolu County, Kentucky. s. e- - m nirisuj "" I CENTRAL KY. FAIR HlllbesrldslUamllU, BUGGIES IlvaiierM. Neir-UliHltr- n, car-loa- .AJNTD Mo with, MrHW-CuUer- CARRIAGES, it, Coru-Slivllerllay-Prcswe- lluy-Ittikv- AUGUST 1, 2, 3 AND i. Uruln Drilltt, CuriLl'lHiilcrtt, hulUy IMowh, TkreMk- ICukIuvm, l'rtulaw 1.1st Is Largs aid Liberal. And other Implements and Machinery. We buy exclusively from Manufacturer!, l'irrlo Trains from Ueorieloisn aaJSow direct, for cash, in d lots, and consequently obtain the largest discount ana trsst oail,3Jaad Ithdaye, Wednesday, Tliara. Goods at Reasonable Prices lowest rates of freiglit. Our motto is t First-clas- s Friday, Cultivator, IlarrowM, lut; Mtu'hltu'M ami dayaad Miialtby Wolf X frost's Cslsliratsd uaid of the Best is always the Cheapest," Respectfully, Letlsgtoi, GEO. D. WEAREN, . Is. WITIIKItkS. Manager Lancaster Depot. Stanfoid.Xy. for d Catalogasa aJdreis J. I., HKlu:i:. Secretary, Gltl?K lVILIsIAMN, A Managers llusloatllle Depot ; - Suspicions Characters, rranllf Acknowledged. Beats tho Salamander, cmiicii miircroiiT, ISS2, A GRANDO0MBIlTATI0H. WO, Hostcttcr McOinnia is ono .of the Cincinnati, New Orleans At n rnf0nt felrll In thn rjumitfiiii Tho salamander tho roptllo that 31 KTllliIIHT.W!tlTII.-lli- .. most suspicions mm In AtMtiti, A county Courtroom a young Adrian was said to live in firo Is n myth, yot J. H Km. Pal lor. KmlmaTfrt HiinUr innrnlna-an.& Texas Pacific nlinl. . low dsys ngoho took Marshall Tho nip- - lawyer was defnnding a client charged wo havo n very near approach to it in Semi-Weekl- y Interior Journal Prate MrrtlnaaThimlar nUl.la Hr.1aK,linol OTAWFORD, " on mulo nmt told hi in ho hail tlucov with larw-ny- . "ma, SHlwtlntMiWl. The . . ." J A femalo rclativo was tho b in nil hoy. Tho sun seems to havo Ami Hit 1inWtlllr Railway. ivmnaira MiaaMttiry ftrlHr mi, (,t mi Ilia III imUy IriMrhfiMnih, at i oVIotk. Tuesday Mornlm?. - - Jnly 4, 1882 ted tho parties who committed tho on tho stand, and, on direct examina- no more c fleet on him than tho rays Mil. T. T, IIa, (ma, !'rs4lerit. recent burglaries. tion, had sworn to a statement directlv of tho North star on an Iceberg. Weekly Courier - Journal JVC I 3D T 1 la tffM ri7ViaBlIjl3DI MAITIHT.-lla- v. aa.1 J M. ltakM'H. I'aln MImi "Where nrothoyr oppositolho one she had mado to (he Cooler than a cucumber ho indulges 1 1 nnrrtfivM lim.lt.1 iumbIm m.1 pere fer III tin more ler 8:l.nn- -l Jn M, IMM. Lrgtsldtirt Romance. l'rayer Meollnt Terr Ve.lW)aT after- "During tho day they stay out in young lawyer In tho ofllco. Tho in tho most violent exertions of which One I Inn tin prim (font. . .. it. u jiarraw t, nnim. Mtinilir KtIhmI i Ml VISION. tho Albany CINCINNATI HOHTIimiK tho suburbs. I'vo seen them more youth started in on tho ."It it soMoni, "ay Hy paying na IS.SO yen will rettt feeefM year his Dhrsic.il constitution is canahlo l, your home paper with Ilia the PtT Ann "(hat it hill Introduced into tho than a dozen times. They aro quito with great vigsr, nnd an nnd soorns tho shado. You don't repreentail?e nipnff t the dxitb. ami lh w ry Isirira Jay I'reaehlm lir. W. STATIONS. Kl. M ji. jVgislnltiro lms within it tho koy of a young boys, and aro Always huddled P.M. J. lif forefinger. (ii Tho following was catoh tho amnll hoy wasting his prca hwt, lirlilitMtan.1 aMe.1 lamlly Weekly In the e "' T,,lf', ,M' ''T 14 eianilnea ItnltM Htatee. TIiim whe May a ono it mm romnnce, lint aucii close together, and have their hats about tho way tho matter eventuated : ions tinio with a fan, and if ho goes in aamiite twpy ol tbVurlrf-JiMriM- l It f eert iIa ae at I.itv UMrtftttsll. Tn Tio a in at? fiPx Jaa. Hwant, HflnlM.IW!l. Hehml . Fnrrnr, of pulled over their oyes, as if they wero " (leoffiltwn II is IIS by Asscmhlymnii Lawyer III IIM lJHKXIIVTKIIUN. MiliTII - lie, I, H. M,J. "I understand you to swimming it isn't becauso ho is hot, if Ihiiftftit. 4S II M I rof , paalnr Humtay NtImoI at t an Jnhn W. Onomlago, providing that tho tifenln " (hero is a blazing sandbank near, ho afraid to look any body in tho faco. swear so and-son your direct II ItSt Haul, irlntrrlrit. Union Prater Meetlnann It III 41 Danlol Walrath to Knima A. You nover seo any of them alone, hut t iA its47 WlB.lr nlfhu of divides his tlmo liy extraordinary an " Ds'ivllle IBM It IIIm Sawyer lw declared null and void. always sovcral of them together.1 bask-ing- s i r Witness "Yes, air." mis i It.? tics iu tho water nnd SwsWrwel nm .. tie STANFORD Thfi story of tho marringo which is Marshal Thompson told Hosteller L. "Did you not say to mo " INrffll lUtMt-1-. hank, whilo tho ami trios 4 on the A.M. 1M MARBLE WORKS, 7MIT f Ml l thus sought to lo Betaiido is a strntigo McGinnis to jump in his buggy, nnd In tho ofllco V his lost to cremato him succeeding Main SI., Nliiiiloril, Hy. " fTn OMy ... 7 in tat 4 til HIT nt TANHHII, KV Mrs. Walrath lived At Chitlo-nang- they drove out to whero tho supposed one Arr. ClulUnwj. V."Yes, sir." no farther than to givo his hido an lest and sho and tho man to whom burglars held their meetings. Suro L. "Well, nnd now you como exnggornted tanning, iu which our JOHN DINWLPDIE.PRO'R, 0,0, WINE, and enough, thcro wero several boys I.ts ChaHa alio is wedded wero schoolmates tho stand nnd swear directly tho juvenilo salamander glories ns docs tho As they crew older they playfellows. closo together, opposite?" down by a fence, mil nam wild Indian in his war paint. Hoist OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 runt nana A II 11. i .v 'WmmtmWJXr W. "Yes, fir." kept company with each other to somo with their hits pulled over their eyes. ti ladder to a tin roof, nnd in less than MuHtimefita, Wrm 'SeSKvT',4t'V HI HiwhlMiM, I"Iah. . m mWsJr extent, nlthouch Mrs. Sawyer oliject- - When tho city marshal saw tho burg jHMin au L. "Well, then you must lio in ten minutes that roof will bo covered Ba tniTiA4 in ISW(fJC nwtiK II laMtta, Aa 141 t ed to her dauchtcr eeoins much of Iars ho almost fell out of tho buggy. ono or tho other statements? buys exultant in their now BOARD, g2.00 PER DAY. with small Mailla '!( ywi' '"Wf jm il IV. 0f all Wik 1'" io tit rffiu.aJh! ktiHla Sbfblaa1R sat in iu Ono evening ho called up- Ho laughed so tho horse got scared, Walrath. W. "Yes, sir." found happiness nnd reluctant to leavo 40 7 al mm AilaTaVB. . .laal JaV , tail? ttmi litMtn ... Special Accommodation to Commercial alio was alone, and and tried to run away, possibly to Iliwrfetuwti... on tho girl when when driven oil. L. "And which is tho truth ?" lr.1 and aalt." the now Arr. aatlMMtl.. .. . rarllun oar. Travolers. without any prcamhlo invited her to from tho burglars. When he W. "What I have just sworn to." Baro footed and baro headed, ho gamante" AI.A1IAMA (IllHAT MOUTH KUN. i a m utiaarnlr.il-.(.arurnjih. walk to minister Irwin's homo to ho camo to, he said to Hostcttcr McGin vHtJifci - Lmt will you bols 'ncath tho blazing orb of day, L. "It is, eh? Now, IrV.vlrlBBm-fc-w-afMBUa mi Miss Sawyer demurred at nis, "Why, you darned tool, thoso tell mo why you lied to mo ?" mnrrimi. exhibiting no moro signs ot moist tiro Bnggago Transferred Frco of Charge l.tcClMl' Uiawai,..... e.1 n all- " Allalla -- Hi It at " UtrhttflghaM, " S 10 first, but, pleated with the romantic young men belong to tho blind asylW. "Oh, you looked liko a fellow than n broken pump, and seemingly " TttftaWM m. Illiave recently taken cliargoof this home aspect of tho allair, at length consent um. They aro almost entirely blind, I could stufT." Arr. MtrWlin -- .. as unconscious of tho heat as if ho and intend to have ed, and tho marriago was soloranized a so they pull their hats over their eyes Wo leavo it to somo of tho writers wero perched on tho North polo with accommodations. " ThmWi few minutes afterward. On tho becauso tho light hurts them, and of harrowing fiction to describo tho a cake of ice for a cushion. Wo somo W.. .. Ill 'r"tftMi HHA tfMfe km from the minister's houso Wal- they keen close together for fear thoy feelings of tho young limb ot tho law. how envy the small sala or rather, if . Allttla.. 1M A,r. owtuHwaj... u.... i cm) . MtM m m mkm related his plans for tho future to will not bo ablo to find each other." rath Wo aro not equal to that sort of thing. you please, tho smnll boy. Ulasgow vicitsnumi axi mi.iuiha.v his wilo, anil when tho counlo had , Hostctter's friends have got wind of Times. u Adrian Expositor. 9 l.ta. Meruit m aW ..II iSB reached tho gate of tho brides home the afTair, and when any body speaks ,11 Pre.t. ". Bio Words. Was thero ever such How Lincoln Setti.kd It. "A llratHlan... after telliug her of burglars in his presence ho bristles ho hade her good-by- , ,dtrarox STANFORD. KY. - j."Z i tu . A,r. Jean that sho had better say nothing about up and says, "Do you mean to insult an era for big words as this? Petti- farmer said to me," says Rev. N. W. Yhkilmrf coat went out when crinoline walked Miner, I). I)., "I onco got into a dif- E. the affair for a while, and that he mo, sir?" ITexas Siflings. Vlekiba)ra.... -UURNSIDE, - Propr. I.Te. jaraaon n II. in. Elastics havo driven garters from ficulty with a neighbor about a Hue would not be ahlo to see her for a few " liranlM..., The Richest City in Jhe World. sight and memory. No man rides on between our farms. I went to Mr. " days, as ho was going to Syracuse. vXStrfSrjiy ill m Frankfort-on-the-Maicontaining horseback now; ho takes equestrian Lincoln to secure him. Mr. Lincoln This Old aud Woll - Known Arr. MtrMlan From that dav to this sho has uover Still Maintains its Hotol a population of about 100,000, is said exercise. Wo havo no city papers; said: Vlt'KBIUllHI. rtllHKVKISinr AMI PAIIPIC 'Now, if you go on with this it seen her husband, nor heard from him Iligh Roputation, iV iT. Vlkliri... directly. Walrath was a man ot to be the richest city ot its size in the thoy aro metropolitan journals. Me- will cost both of your farms, nnd will AND " IM,a IfSi it its wealth wero tropolitan journalists write about entail enmity that will last for genera- Its Proprietor ii Determined that Arr. Mmrn habits, whilo his wife wholo world. SSS quiet, studious equally divided among its inhabitants epistaxis; Ihey mean blooding nt the tions, and perhaps lead to murder. .,.. jnf is an atfractivo but retiring woman of ..i .." ; Its it Shall bo Second to no Country l.tis IMM " ..I .... I 44 every man, woman and child would nose. Women aro no longer married; Tho other man has just lceii hero to Hotel in the State in its Fare, years of age, twcnty-onor twenty-twI tin Arr. VlekatHirx. ..l Appointment!, or Attenwho now lives at West Troy. The have, it is said, M,VO) marks, or the enter into connubial bliss by be- cngago me. Now, 1 want you two to JOHN MX1TT. V. 1'. iihI Un. XIm. Lin. tion to Comfort of U'jr, CtwlBH.II, IlkU; K. V. WII.MIS. (1. P. an.1 truthfulness of her story can not bo some $4,uuu apiece. JLhere are, as ing led to thehymenial altar. No sit down in my ofiico while I am gono mtOtt'N--S IHO.V lHTTi:iW nro their Guests. people Ixxly sells tooth powder or hair wash; to dinner, and talk it over nnd try to I' A. I1B. Ktm. 11' T. (InMnBill. II : II. n rrrlnlii i ni-i- i Ibr nit ilUrnnr-doubted. She can not obtain a full may be supposed, many poor A. A, II. lillAM, II. nre, as a it is dentrifice, sozodont and capillary settle it. And to securo you from any Ilaeicairf will ba taareied to aaJ rraat thedrpat J. IIAIlllY, r (I P A H. ire, liltaia. V. AM. Iff. rkabsrr iiHIiilrliic n i'fiii,Uto tonloi and complete divorce in tho Courts, in tho town, but tho citizens Mlaa.. JOK V. llrtll'IUR II. P A V., H. A P lTiir-,ln-, Interbecauso'ofa lack of grounds on which whole, in unusually comfortable cir decoction. Every writer in this ago interruption I will lock tho door.' He rrrc orrliarf.. Sprrlal arramnoilatloaia to 117, alunrur, u. toCommrrrlallraielera. The liar will more so, probably, than of sham metaphysics uses glibly tho did so, aud ho did not return all the mittent. IVtriis Wnnt 4il'AiM-lllr- , alnaia a p l e J wllh Ike rkalceat to base an action, and so she appeals cumstances, Iaw (if Imi'L if Itnrrirj-- , braids or Miliars aid Clears. the citizens of any other Capital in words phlebotomy, diagnosis, etc. afternoon. AVu two men, finding ourCONDKN8ED TIMK. to the Legislature' etc Kurlclics llir lilooil, Germany or Europe. It is stated Thcso Titanic highfalutans must run selves shut up together, began to llio iiiiihoIcm, mill kch now After Twenty Years. worth their course, and then wo shall again that there are IUU good humor, This put us !in to llio norwx. AtlM llko n A man in Missouri tho other day from $4,000,000 to 87,000.000 each, come down to that pure well of Eng- laugh. the timo Mr. inn olinrm on tlio Lincoln returned and by oran, was trying to raiso 50. lie exhaust and 250 who aro worth $300,000 and nil il)cptn NjiiiptoiiiH, lish undefiled that every lover of thoso tho matter was settled." ed his resources iu vain and was about upward. The city is one of the great micIiiin tiiMtlnK Htu HmhI, Itolclilnt;, H.MI.ItOAlt i.im:. sturdy little Saxon words delights to SuccesMiatoDaufhefty A Ilalniea, giving up in despair. A sudden banking centers ot tho globe, its llisit In lln Klonmoli, llpiirllmrii, Somo men begin to Iks lucky when drink from. rli-- , Tln only Iron 1'iviuiratluii thought struck him. Arising he girt aggregate, banking capital is estimated thoy aro mere boys. A TKAINS (iOINll NOltTII. - - KI.XTItCKY, Hint Mill not MikLi-i- i tho or his loins alwtit him nnd hied him to at $2,000,000,000, more than Mr. Richard Better, a farmer, livboy shut at a cat in Leadvillo last NTAM'Oltl). Mil) II I, IIKA. if rluu. tilvo liinilnrlir. Solil by ull "limp;. Little Kock. Leaving tho train he MiNi'ric-rtiaarof which the famous Roths- ing in Monroe county, N. C, went to week, but fortunately missed the cat or I.Te. lUahlsMKl . ...... DO n Ixilllr. KUIm nl .SI. .i CW aw made his way to tho State House, in- childs, whose original and parent a mill with a load of corn, taking his and killed an influential citizen who lAMMier to . intimv t iii:iu i. ro. . 7 10 " l.ltlnil ..... ... serted his fingers into a crevice in the house is there, own nnd control. The wo young sons, Tom and John, on happened to lie u delegato from Texas Fine Carriages, Buggies, Oak UFeltarJ. Ilalilnioiv, Mil. .. ..ki.r..., miv Ptantxil 1 it foundation and drew out a $100 bill annual transactions in bills ot ex- the wagou with him. Tho boys who hud killed several men, and of . .m.r Uiy .rv f - i'. . t to " M.tf. which ho had secreted while a prison- change aro in excess of $100,000,000. crowded under several bags of corn whom tho Leadvillo police had n holy ' IliiifOI Juwtkfl- BEWAnC OF IMITATIONS. i at " ' MlfrhIMri- mr .MM er at Little itock during the war, and Tom fell asleep and was smother- horror. The joy of the citizens was II 14) " Pr.nvr.NTiN(J Disease. Some phys- ed to death by the bags falling on his " 'Naw II nearly twenty years beforo, but whose It r m great. The boy received an ovation. Arr laMiiMi Jittlwi. . la ,, ic sharp of the old world pretends to face. While tho horrified father was existence he had quite forgotten, even " CTwrtu nail JiKllau... Tho Mayor mado a noat littlo speech . til " lMbnllba..... during previous occasions when much have discovered that consumption can getting the body from under tho bags, on presenting him with a gold mountin need of inoiioy. "As I took the be prevented by vaccination, a par John, the other son, who had jumped ed revolver. As the lwy expressed a tkain-oiko wirrii. bill" from its hiding-place,says the asite Having been tound that causes from uuder tho bags and was standing desire to lie raised for tho ministry, a ' aT rim fUt tho diseases, and tho parasite is to be near the wagon, was kicked on the fund was raised to send him to a theoold man or the reporter "a flood of Lte. lMkllte ... recollections poured over me. For a utilized by vaccination. We suppose head by one of tho horses nnd killed. logical institute. t St a w Nothing has, howSYMPTOMS OF A l.,a. Manferd. t Ot n m ' CriliOrehnil moment I could see the hungry faces now that doctors will open up bazars The father, nearly crazed with grief, ever, been done lor the cat. t St Arr. UitaaiHiiii . .. . 4 It for vaccinating people who are healthy, returned homo with the dead bodies around me; I could seo ragged forms, I.,e. Ijaiir . S tt ' I.OU or Appetite, lion cli cnatire, l'ain In Nioht Lamiv. The common pracArr. HlthHMl. and I could hear the half plaintive, to keep them from catching consump of his two sons iu tho wagon. Char- AND -St" tho Head, with a aull nenaatlon In tho ImwIc tice of having night lights iu the bed part. I'mn tinier tho Hhouldar half revengeful voices around me. I tion. This may be all right, but it lotto Dispatch to the Chicago blado, rullnOMillrr with a dlatn. rooms of children is deprecated by Dr. TULLMAN PALACE CAHS felt fur a moment as I must have felt opens up a large held tor those phys oil nation to nxerti n if body or tnlnd. Irrltabihtr or temp r liow aplnta, with Ho says that it WAGONS OF ALL KINDS. To Mewila, Ulllo Robert 11. B.ikewell. who want to build up a busiwhen 1 placed the money in its hiding icians IUe. MaMI, MMlpw f, afeellnRortiavinit i. aomoduty, A Maine paper relates that a maid tins a most injurious effect upon tho lad New OrlnM. Wcarlnoaa. Uittiuva. Fluttciine at tho place; and, upon ray word, although ness. Next wo shall hear that cholera Heart. I)iu before tho cyei. Yellow IJkln, We minufcttur of ill dftfllUmt Ikiilgranta UTetaa bata lhHrcbtreriwaralra' lady now residing in tho town of nervous system of young children. drrUufi I had eateu a hearty dinner, I felt for morbus can be prevented by vaccinat- en fla Meuiphlaor il New UiImm. llMe Murli lleadacho Rcnerauy orer the right eye, eB.jtUfy.ptf on If workmen inj ih4chc quIekeraiHt ralra lower than l.j any ulbir Jteatleaaneaa. witn fitful dreaina. Iilfhlr luaUrUI, inl at rMMMc a time as though I could cat a roasted ing a person with a little virus from Lyman, that State, at the age of "Instead of perfect rest, nnd which only DrikltM worku)iDlili ainlrt)material route. Illaalaaikfi colorod Urine, and fiKures rnl years, was in her youth nature provides fur, by the darkness ered, ntylr, end of a cucumber, and that worms ninety-eigh- t tho mule." ill irAL'uiii.K'rr i iiyiii:. QUICKEST, CONSTIPATION. 0 0IIEAPEST AND BEST in children can bo prevented by run- engaged to be married to a respectablo of the night, these nerves nro perpetuTtrmt IMI.I.Snru rliect. auelia cliauge Paoti: This in Your Hat. Sun- ning a fishhook iuto tho flesh which young man, and was making her wed- ally stimulated, and, of course, the In Kaiaaa, Illlmili. PtiltAllttnta al.ralla,rl, (kwa.Io. AikaiM. aiiehrnae..oiit,lii.ei perlally mlaiite,! to ItKilaaa, Iowa, stroke begins with a pain in tho head, has had an angle worm string on it. ding dress. Her father, entering tho brain and the rest of the nervous sysut rvellttp; na ! n.l.inltti tlie auirerrr. Only una, Itani tuCblraio, M U.uia aal r.l They Inw'Bie Hit A,iaelllr,ai.d niui the or dizziness, quickly followed by loss When it comes to that people will room, forbade tho marriage, blie tem slider. Children thus brought up ruitliee Inforwatkin alwil llekata to the ttfMly to jkr ,li llrh. H ilii. i.v.lrn la South, Kanaaa, I olorado, an I migrant rale, to mmrl.hetl. an I hy il Tt.ille trllon un the ot consciousness and complete pros swear doctors are frauds. .EUBMIED r Peck's answered, "Well, lather, then you itro excessively timid for. years after, orina, Itennlnr hi,m,u are rro. Klonda, a.l.l.-rV. I. A'l .fllllti:. durrd. Imliu 14 XJ JI urmr HU, .. V. Sometimes, tration. (ten Pua. au.l Tlrkat Al lAMiiifll.a, Ky however, the Sun. must maintain me as long as I live. on going into the dark." Or V. J Anthony, Act.. Mallard. Ky, attack is as sudden as a stroke of apShe stuck her needle into tho unfinishOccupation ok the Bridk. The effort nindo last year by tho oplexy? The head is often burning HAIR DYE. ed dress, aroso and put it into the hot, the face dark and swollen, and Says the Fort Wayne (Ind.) Gazette: drawer, and thero it has remained United States Commissioner of AgriTHE NEW ROUTE EAST, (hat lUia .. WiittKi m rhaifrd toa(llnr ilf is very amusing to notice the man-ne- r until tho present time JIlack braainclrai.liralionortblallfK. Hun to encourage tho cultivation culture seventy-fivbreathing labored and snoring, and "It a natural eulur a la Inatantaueou.ly hold y IiniffUU. or aent by eima uo recvlpl U II. iu which some ot the clergy fill in years, flow long tho lather survived of sorghum was a most expensive fail theextremities cold. With such cases H (irnt-- u jintitAY nt m:w yohk. acres but ure. From ninety-thrctho returns ot a marriage license such treatment is not told. i .v-- y proceed as follows: Take the patient . (Dr. irm imcii BUM.i..iu uimwiuim u I HII .a iltaiu two and a half tons of sorghum cane UralfU .IU V. at once to a cool and shady place, but Ono well known minister of this city f A New York street car company wero gathered, from which but 2,977 THE 0ISOSCS or don't carry him far to a houso or hos- never fails to put opposite "occupancy ssabtjm. .vUU YOUTH unci MANHOOD pital. Loosen the clothes thoroughly of the bride," "stays at home," while now clean their horses by steam. The gallons of syrup or 1G5 pounds of aafT"',aw. CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO HY. -ri A GUIDE TO HEALTH WITHabout tho neck and waist. Lay him another one a day or two ago certifi- brushes turn at the rate of 1,000 rev- sugar were manufactured. Tho total OUT MrniciNr S3 ed that the groom was a member of olutions a minute, n man on each side cost of this sweetness was $8,557.01, down with the head a little raised. WW-- f II V AI'llUHMi.(nrnr'i Cincinnati tap IlU tKlllttll thk oMiY i.ixi: m:.vxix(j S wet cloths to his head and mus- the "human race." A third one, a of the animal holding them against not quito SI a gallon. Apply . ur II 'riu wn ti Iruir..t Itilrt ti i k anj AT) lJUrla tard nnd turpentine to the calves of short distance in the country, puts' the tho parts to bo brushed. A cloud Euquirer. I leelrlf ltelt Hum. and Prrkrrmlf uti4 lie .ur-- . Kid' Il it npuvs I'rl'elarl. Addreti the legs and soles of the feet. Give a brides occupation as a "country of dust arises in the air and iu two A pig recently born near Brown's minutes the horfo looks like n difler-en- t THE PUBLISHER, Baa JJ4. Mdwaakta, W11. . little weak whisky and water if ho can girl." YITII mills, rt.J., wiuiout Jiuiu iecs nus creature. One passage of tho swallow. leautime let some oue go become extraordinarily expert in the Job Itideway, the Philadelphia un Pullman Sleeping Coaches! New York Dis dertaker who proposed to freeze the of the brush is equal to 400 by tho or- uso of its fore legs. When in no pa r- for a physician. dinary process. A hundred horcss RELIABLE SELF-CUR- E patch. body of Guiteau and exhibit it for tho can be cleaned in 0 or 10 hours. ticular hurry it draws itself along on It la the enncurrent te umonT or the pnbllo From LOUISVILLE ondtlieiiii'.lical iirur.ai. ii, that llottetter'a A fATOrlta tirvHwrlntlan of on of thtl its hindquarters, but when it is a btomach The Marliu (Texas) Index reports beneht of himself and the assassins a mnlu me H moot notwl and kiicreMtut iC(lln In lh XJ.ti There are over sixty corn canning question ot getting to tho trough nt redtlta ltnti ra Ufrit. Iimrutiufli hU Ii achlerra 'now intAt totWmcurmotmrroum ftsbtHty, a newly discovered food for horses in relatives, died on the 25th. Failing un.t UtiiIkh. To WASHINGTON, tiomt JHunhomtt, It rl. ! irujUucuflUiW Falls county, that State. In tho to get the body, he has probably gone establishments in tho Stato of Maine, feeding time tho singular beast bal tu(.!4lnKlUcuvloa an4Iiit. hdi ntea tho fuble, ruiKjui ra kiilne) ami blaiTder couTpluluta, iihI lia.U'iii Ihv umvaleacriico AJdru DR. WARD & CO., Uu.fc.u.tt Ma. Brazos bottom grows a weed, in a little in advanco to arrange a "Bidg- and the number of cans of corn an- ances itself upon its foro feet and or llioae rrooirriiig I rum euKilillnir iliaTllItOUOIlTIIE Iieight.l5or20 feet, that is said to be way refrigerator" where it will do tho nually put up is nearly twelvo mil- trots along with the happiest combitaita. Jloreuier It la tliu giuuil aiivclllt POXIBYLW for rerer iw agur lions. Tho farmers are paid about nation of graco and efficiency. almost as nutritious as com. It is murderer's soul most good. Grandest Scenery in America! i'or tale by ull Druirlita and Dealers . a tlireo cents per can for tho corn, tho called the "blood weed," from tho fact V.,. . dl. W, .1 Ifcr HImmI. KLIm ..J "Somo other folks would decetvo u To Solder Cast Iron. Soldering tin and solder cost about three cents, Cuiiuwtlnif direct In Prun. l'e ot for Ureal. when broken there escapes a that i..l Hr.L. Ne. ll.bllll. IMM,.,;, llrrr.rlrj Ilaawrkiirh AHrrll... rrrlMllr trr.lr4 wt .rlmier ,.ibir4... juice that is almost as red as blood. cast iron is generally considered to be and the remainiugfour or five cents go you about these goods, but l havo i.,rtet-Jlrvita f t'.il aril, fc Ll.t MUM. mm. tfcw.Uwia LH. fl. Ballimore,PhiladelplM&N. Y. wn.'Ji v rrM IUr'r. ,,raulr,.lter,.f 44rs Many farmers feed their work stock very difficult, but it it seems to be to the manufacturer for putting up been iu the business twenty years, and M.a a.l ..4 lr.r.MMlkl.a t. Ib.fr a4,..lK, IIUmI .IrtM. never told a lie," said tho guileless but once a day with corn. Tho other only a question of thoroughly bright-eniu- g and marketing. Duly Mrrct I.lna lo The AdJrrM. lilt. Ill 1'TH, l I. Nik M, kl. U.U, la. ur itah tho surface to be soldered, and dry goods clerk. "Aud why do you KkrAIILlHllKII UVKIi TIIIUTV KAIIH. two meals aro made by "staking" on Tho terrible Kansas cyclone, threo begin now ?" said tho gentlo fair one the most nnsiitAiiii: uoutk to Vlriiliilit mill die C'imilliiiiM. using a good solder and a clean swab blood weed. In many instances tho HARRIS REMEDY CO.Ii.'.lTk years ago, struck tho Smoky Hill in front of tho counter, as sho gatherIV A " NM rrtB work stock are exclusively fed on this with muriatic acid. Sodium amal C f Tleketa are nn aale at ilh. Iit Tlilrt Olllire, !i fflOF.ttARRIS'PASIlUE RlfaCDr gam might bo usefully employed for river at a point Southwest of Salina, ed her draperies together and glided anJ at Ihadeiieral (llhreuriha I . .1 O. lUllway, weed. Ami derMrJIjr the Popular lloule, lirurJIny, aa It alii II Viral II ill, Nlreit, l.uiiNt lllr. scooped every particle of water away. and Um Krrtt)ii tifi tbrtkl Dui the purpose. doe, leaachaugeaand auerlor acounuodatlooa to . In Elizabethiau times one Mark and mud out of the stream for a dis a " ItAMtwr ctiaewtaMM Far further lurunuallou, J ('. KIlNhT, A flight (inference in oini'jn: u twklr aJ rav4rt.Uf wt4. Since A California boardof education has tance of four miles. Iu another local fltfieral BiHithwMlern Aeul, Loularllle. Scallot constructed a lock of eleven Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, hk.ll fttt. 1 (lmlb ft IWMlljl, I Ut Mr. li.unen lias been working in thin comxa,.iHuiii lnttt H.ttlt.rHaU4ivit7riu h tiMl.iMrncwi.itil pieces of iron, steel and brass, und a offered a prizo of $20 to the girl who ity water twonty-fiv- e II.M. feet below the munity, iIih l'lffthrtfrian church lias k.. 11. w. riii.i.Dii. Tho North, North WMt and Wrat. In fact. If jrou V. W. MM ITII, .... . I Ulr..lla. u.k ... I. (lab'l Manaicer, tlen'l l"'r Asl. triplu chain of forty-thregolden links were appears in the cheapest dress ou com- surface, in n well, was dipped out. Uk tki, dwm ak4 mmH l tu, xa. miJ.4 m HHteujJa, Yeoman. will hebettarrrd hf any dlrettlou, jour lnleret llitrtrtlire- - atlillllnii un hatln. your tleketa via mencement day. Wo don't believe. Modem Argo. attached to the same, ami this being Aint you a little on", neighbor? The church K. C. and Claelnnatl. XTrali.aouh wy i; u I'alaeo m; Khiiaut New liar Cuarhea, aud known nottiini; about It, and so fur un we put around a flea's neck, lock and however, that any girl will forego h.udioiueljr furulihel Itaellnlnf tlialr I'irilorul Epidemic Wiioopinu Counn in hare been able lo learn none of the lUrnrit tho UDPiualM eulimenta of ihla Old Itelialla, chain and flea neighed only a grain lookini: her best for $20, and then she the first four converts have as ret united with any of tlierobr uiakloe i Irln orer Ihla llua ono- - ol luiu- If you want a strictly First-Clas- s and a half of gold. Surely such a can show her contempt of money at London. During Buggy or mouths of tho current year moro than the oliurohe In the city. Frankfort rioua eoiafurt and ploaaure.. 1 rjr It. miracle of skill was worth preserving the sanio time. Koiitntauout. TIMK TA1II.K, IN KKFi:oT MAY II, lit.. 2,500 children wero carried oft by Phaeton at Reasonable Prices, call on or for posterity. " Kentuckiatis think they have the whooping cough in London. The epWhfn you GooikUvk, gioiUTII. 'Ku.o. tiu.T fTTii, . feel weak, laiwniil ami depress!, Iry Castor oil is largely used for oiling fairest women, tho fastest horses and idemic began toward tho end nt lust address 00 am I 43 . iu1 o to p in find It a Lie. Corluglen . . Ilrown'i Iron Hxle trees, tho bearings of grind- tho finest whisky; and it takes a big year, and lias siuco prevailed witn most wonderful Hitlers. You will tonic. " Kaliuuiith.. 9 41 a iu 4 O P III: 7 40 put reviver. It iu true Cjnthliua .. in SO a 5 27 iu stones, mowers, etc. A small propor- man nt imagination and description to exceptional fatality. im 6t II at a It aids direction. It strenulhens every " Pari Co., Arr. tion of kerosene added to tho castor picture heaven strong enough to mako of the body. It Is refreshing to the I. re. Uiliitii. . It II 1' in 7 UU , ml 7 SO uil Paraguay girls expect a kiss as )ut wturiud mental faculties. It is lierfect. Arr. liliiUxi oil, and thoroughly shaken up with it, them think it's any where uear equal to u iu YVIuehraler.. I it i iu t 'Hi part of the ceremony when a This is what our family doctor ay 8 & 0 Public Landing, Cincnnati, " Jit. StHllUjf a IU i in 8 40 p Kentucky. Northern Ex. renders it Ic&i liali.o to gum. hand Cir catalogue AahUifl .... I w It 31 a ui IS3.lt gentleman is introduced. uut as Uc4l Klllor. I 10 1 m " lluutluk'Wu., 8 M "Am I hurting you badly," asked a only about ono girl iu forty in that Thero are 10,000 snivelling humaniAt (J II. 'fucker's rale In Soott. a iwiir Ho, I. KOHIII. No. S. No. 4 tarians in this country who will work Boston dentist of a lady whose teeth country is pretty enough to mako of yesirllnu iniilev ttroni'lit $77.!Q each: lit so a coHihhuttlan cf Pre a in lluutliuiuu.. aaaaitaaaaiaajirnMeaB ten times ns hard to save a cold he was fixing, ami who was emitting kissing desirable, it isn't such a ooiin-tr- y yearling uteers $:I8 jier head; 10 lieatl of I,m, A thUml ...... fl W a ut I l t in J m (A unit triH,irruv(an 'leers, estimated average 11 Ma iu It a '" i'hothorun in blooded murderer or assassin as they horriblo groans. "Oh, not in the tt a iu to emigrate to after all. iMi(i(i6d 'urm 7i " Wlnahealer weli'lit, f.000 pounds, ut ffiii per head; 10 It J JI iu 0 II would to givo a ragged Dick a start least, hut I love to groan," was the I It ji ui 7 CO a ui mU lrtintrttlon uf iron Arr. Leiluk-ulong yearllni; at $&U0 ier head. trill not uturhrn (ft II uo . in 7 SO a iu Lra. Iilii.tou. A large canoo Iu excellent condition Boston Globe. reply. mi tho right road of lifo. " Parla. a at ructrrltUcvf i SO iii iu t 'it a ui The Senate Appropriations Committee has been found near Bex, 1.000 feet uthrr irun p rrjMtru,unt, OinthUiu. .. t 00 a ui A Lord Baltimore penny at tho coin abovo tho sea lovel aud nearly .',000 has refuted to put in tho (iencral Defici1 1U ,.. .., PaluitHjtu iti U til It, i . llll II UILU A Teutonic compliment: "Do .w tiil in ui bUOaui .....V 01 (i IMII Ul yar uiint iiiclui ltavntv rlli miuI air iti.rjf l) vn ujitiu r uut liilan riiKitWui'uijf lwHl-nint. llAUTkll'd ... . .... .. .1.lu-k UV..I.M , . ." ..tu . IVL Im..i..... . .. .... .r i.l.l you haf painted is most putilul; sale iu New York this week brought feet above the valley of the Rhone. ency Hill a clause extending the. limit of Arr. (VirlHaUn ... 0 It i mill 4t a iu 8 to a iu ." 1) iju itU, ainl aa lui ,1. U' ' lilt' . whiky gangers' dally earnings from five to L" I. III I IIW MAVfiVII.I.K DIVISION lll3K.MILUI. J. ,,..,. h IU. .ui'im 4 tutliicu,,. WUHTri UI I UD.I dero is only von vord In de English $550. This shows that a penny saved No Lacustriuo relics havo over before nix dollars. IMltenilH 'I 'llllllll " ijiiUil umeirtiiiriuu ut I'M lau Krtalaiul N11, IS l.l. Ieiliik-uIn la I, luii. Air. Maya,llletMiu ll" riiiltin jinfmiiee tu auy Irun m iiaratluu uianv ltullhltl' aui h a ruiuiiuuu4 lanckguugo vich describes it, and I has, as a penny, earned pretty good been found iu Switzerland ut such an HU. MAMl HJS, ual)U.HAUlklt tlUuN I O.IIC ti a uiri- - llr IU lioiirii Hit' No.ll MayavTllaStt lxln.lon Statu The n in ol Hie larifedr gorxlt linuio No. IB Parla It SO a aiu. interest on itsoriginal value. JI0IUa.li Ateuue. lit Ij.i 11 !' S &.1I1 I w Mav.rllle t 10am in Lowoll elevation. hnf vprgotten it." aiiinati, will 1h) No. 10 "MarnlllaltMiuii ofJolmShlllllo.t Co.. ParuS, li.7.iu hlti ii iitirM ruittt'ltt lltm (one In Courier. lo that of The John Kldlllto Com natural Iteilllltful A pigeon-toeman, who was being chunked A healthy frog will remain alivo tl.i ,((e;im ur)iiii$ aim TraluiNu.lau.lt run Jallyi all other, dally Now York has a law bv which ridiculed for his deformity, said thcro pjny, with a oapital of two millions for tlayg after the wholo of its blood ntrruut 01Mtem.tnahtiifi nunjay. tjutceal Italea tu Kiiilgruiill, IVr eiiet II aiiuUrahl tu tlriimit A 1iyilciaii in Cincinnati, O , wrlUxi "I tllel, raliMau.l lufariuatluu iwrlalutiig to Hue, steamboat and railroad men who eel was a destiny that shaped his endsj has been withdrawn from the vessels ihliltlllf. ImmM Of llll twuuetttMia. At) , aull on r ajilrtaa liaye fminj llrnwn'a Iron Hitter to be a tttr, 1'ru.trallnii of I Itnl' Vr A, rnMI a. t. rwirr, At., iiinguu. and replaced by a solution of common drunk shall bo sent to tho penitentia- his father and grandfather wero Iwtb reJULIe cure fur loat vliior Incidental lo iVieera ami iiatiol'Hti. CUA8, U IIUOVN, (I. P. A 'P. A. ry, A merciful law for travelers. MANUFACIUKEOUYTHEDR. that way. Cincinnati Sat. Night. Mlt. HARTER MEDICINE CO.. 213 N, MAIN ST..SI. L0UIJ. uildillu nteU ami old men." J. 11. KLLISON, Uea'l Mnater. KT-X-. Ar-wi- . jt l. Ma-h- a Cuiirler-Jniirna- " ilea-r- 0 TllllsrrfAN.-WmfclpWi- iH, --Wet-anonTA mar-riair- a linlr-liou- ST.ASAPHHOTEL . . 1 . , ait-tin- g lb ';r -- piny-groun- HJSi;.si?s 3m& lfl I. H first-cla- ss -- EiVil ! .. 1 ! AtmsW" - i- brown MYERS HOTEL, m v . JVt.. uraau..iiEiaaa 1 ! ; BITTERS o Kln-nutl- i, Daugherty&Hyde a E& i) twelve-year-ol- h one-fourt- h . ' i I i.i Ml ' ' TUTTS nrrr.n ....... PILLS PHAETONS, TORPID LIVER. in-bun- c. fir.u-tl.ij- ti- mm 0' " Mla-m- o rSSrwTNkJ i- ?M WT tii wx iW& j IA ( .. lilfft-aiti- TUTT'S WASHINGTON! mm 1 SOLID TRAINS,! w: -- ' . m FITTERS - FREE! - 1 IX IX Tr 1 aM-M- WM 1st ifWm arwaaaeaian , , o Pull-tua- Ili.-IIkai.- I H 11 111 111 . 1 niu 11 111 11 Aslibrook, Tucker & 111 11 1 111 . t,t . . IW 11 11 111 bio-tui- o . 1 II u " I ....... .. . .., 1 V w, 1 ' Iwuiaiiar-jhlariiuK- V I W7M