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Semi-weekly interior journal: July 11, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882071101_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 11, 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. Sftit - n III jptefwf lunfiuri VOLUME Stini-ttthl- i) X.-- N UMBER 510. Old Time Sermons. fortune-Teller. STANFORD, KY.f TUESDAY, JULY A con-triv- 11, 1882. Shelred-A- NEW Why. SERIES-NUMBE- RS. sisterhood Henry Keys, who left tho Pioneer Tho fortuno-tcllinAcoording to tho testimony ol "tho I hr, (ml ih vownl to mi, to mako considerable monoy in Park, Oakland, Cal., recently played oldest inhabitant" tho sermons oi tho Hall of eitth ehe bIJ divine, old Dutch dominio of Now York wcro pandering to tho credulity of their n trick by which he realized 805 for Thtl it the etreamlet tnV th tea, W. P. WALTON, Editor and Proprietor So all her Ixlnf ran to nilna. fearfully and wonderfully made. "As "clients." Tho usual chargo for a forty gallons of water. Wishing to T. R. WALTON, - Business Manager there was no hour glass in tho pulpit," consultation is fifty cents or n dollar; sell out, ho "doctored" n barrel so as Ami with a moil capaciona ma For aaftn weeka I'J known htr well ho says, "or warning clock in tho but tho prico is as clastic as tho seer's to disposo of it as full of puro whisky. 1 iwillowrl lhat angelle Ule, t'lltillflirit niemlnu nutf MVtitnw bleak, rquaro edifice, tho dominio, conscience, nnd cau bo stretched in- He arranged in tho barrel a pieco of Wllbln mj heart'aileepcatern J cell. merely for form's take, consulted his definitely. Tho trado of fortuno-tcllin- hoso two feet long, with ono end herAnil time mol on wllh golJen wlnga so Block, Opora Ky., ponderous gold 'bull'soyc,' and placed is now monopolized by women. metically scaled. Ho then filled tho HVI.no ANNUM. Ami naught appeared to make me rear, it out of arm's reach beforo beginning Homo years ago tlicro wcro n few men hoso with a quart of tho finest whisky 3.VT-.T2ItH IN- Ami ererr Ihecloula his discourse, but was only restrained in tho business. old, oily and rich. Ho then fastenThey called thorn Waelitit an angel'ijawelle-- l tear. DEMOCRATIC STATE AND COUNT T TICKET. Drugx, Wlncx, SfllAlCitt Wall I'ni'cr. in his zealous labor ol lovo by utter selves astrologisls, and had an aston- ed tho unsealed end to the faucet on JtOOliM, I laughed to aee the other ItiHlrHiiicnlM, ChciiilrnlH, Liquor, A. It IliciuM. Jurr-J!- i. physical exhaustion. Men w.TPsii'xig ishing kind of intimacy with tho stars. tho inside, headed up tho barrel, and rn Herman (lo, Jilted, homo to rare ami aweir, Stationer?, UluHrx, I'll I II tx, rocket T. J. IlKinr, e lng, Hut tho women now havo tho field to filled it up with water. then, ministers' sirm u 'Ja"ilmccoi, Ready was ho (UN, While llearen, nor lhat other place, Cii It lory, noiipH, hi ArrgtutuCtiKK-Cir- r, IillllipH, Mj filihful lore from me could tear. Perfumery, Fire Ann, Machine loud, ponderous, u) h .lar themselves. Tho impression that all for a purchaser for "forty gallons of - B. W. timmK. I"b UooxTr JuixrVvcdlcH. they clinched each telling pjlut with their dupes aro of tho servant girl raro old whisky," and Max Marcuso And moonakept wailng,aoil they waned, II. (UirMtm, Koi OnButr Art'Nr-- I. Our Jewelry, Mlrcrrrnro ami i ntlcnl (JomN Department Is In Chargo of Col. But atlll njr lore clung fait to me; blow on the sacred class is a mistake A great many proved a willing customer. Marcuso a heavy right-hanTims. Itlchardt, who will Itcpalr Matches nnd Clocks Promptly and In the best And Ilk the ulatlrtoo and oak, lo Cbinirr Clkhk Jenx Um. volumo beforo thorn, as if resolved fo wealthy ladies potronizo them. It is sampled tho liquor drawn from tho sljlc. Our hearta grew (Irmly la unity. (or all coming generations. not by nny means uncommon to hear hose, pronounced it good, and bought fix it there Kor Aentseoav-- J. II. IImkkx. through the cruel winter air After tho pewter ptato hail gono round a woman of average intelligence nnd tho barrel for $05. Alter drawing n l'o Jiilik-- T. I . Nxwlanii. There came a fierce and atunnlng Llait; fair education says that sho believes in fow drinks tho supply in tho hose gavo for pennies, another And like lua chilly north wind hold, FoaCciaoxKn W. J. DAUfiiiKHrr, With a great many out, nnd an examination showed tho hymn, closing with tho doxology, was fortuno-tcllingIt Dipped at aomethlog at It paiwd, TttLRkkT shouted, whoa followed tho benedicKoCOXITilH.(8riMlRDrM'l!in) women of tins sort, tho first impulse deception. Iu tho mean time Keys Marti. lie waa not handeorne; ahaJei of Job I tion, which to day would he considered when nny thing goes wrong, is to con- had left tho town, nnd ho has not been t nereraawan uglier face! a prayer of reasonable duration, but sult a fortune teller. Tho parlor as beard from. Two warrants await him Iteipolled woof my aummir'a game, TIiIhXcw Mill, containing flic Intent anil Breeds. Where the House-Fi- t ono for obtaining mouey under false blessing to youngsters; for well as tho kitchon contributes to the was also a RecauielieachottlKhod with more grace. Krcry housekeeper wonders whero during its delivery they wcro permit coffers and swindlers. pretences, and tho other for disposing The earth hat found her normal elate, and how tho increasing swarms of ted to stand. On tho walk homo When tho lato Philander Doestricks, of fixtures in Pioneer Park which are And rain liraln and eel! la iflf; multiply eo rapidly. pcsUi 1 treed no more etherlal bowere, grandmother said tho sermon was full P. Ii., wroto up tho fortiinotcllers of said to belong to tho estate of Michael For niaiiiilacliiring moiil antl flour, Is now In full operation. Tho eggs, mero whitish spooks to tho of refreshing consolations; lather spoko Now York, soma five and twenty years I'ccoe. Max Marcuso is figuring how Hut calmly lie upon theahelf. Wo will grind Tor customer, Tor tlio prcncnl, on Tuesday, lVcd-iicstla- y, unaided eye, aro laid in littlo aggluti- of its vitnl power; mother thought tho ago, tho trado was considerably hurt, much to chargo profit and loss in his A fond young lover, who grow up nated pilfri in warm nmiiuro or in do Doctor had novcr been happier, while for somo time. liut it soon flourished ledger for tho purchase ol ono barrel, Thursday, Friday nutl Saturday oCcuch week, anil on composing vegetation, especially that tho children wcro delighted when tho agaic, and is now great as ever, if not two feet of hose, and quart of whisky, in the sentimental shades of tho. River- C'oiirt-Daj- n ami nil oilier public riuj. lt'c Holiclt a liberal liurc tho girl ho or patroiinue ami ulll . side, knelt at the feet of about our utables and endeavor to gli c entire na(lsraetloii. massivo Hiblo was shut with a slam, moroso. Wo havo a law against it, nnd forty gallons of water. loved and begged for a lock of her From 80 to 100 aro hud at a timo, and denoting n speedy tctmination of tho but tho harpies who follow it don't Hon. Edward C. Marshall, the dem- hair. She shook her practiced head. probably at threo or lour dllloront iu sermon. Tho prqminent points oi tho mind that. Tho law says that thoso tervals by tho same fly, though on this morning lesson wcro tigain set before who "pretend totell fortunes, or where ocratic nomineo for Attorney General, "Can't do it, Harry," she said. Always on hand antl for Hide. HfgliCHt ciihIi price paid Tor Corn, oint wo have no exact data. Within them iu tho lengthened grace, cro they lost ami stolen goods can be found" made a raco for Congress in Kentuc- "Hair's hair this season; $5.75 ior a H'licat, Vc. Order left at Mill promptly attended to. twenty four hours iu summer they wcro permitted to cat tho cold npplo shall ba held ns disorderly persons, ky about ten years ago against tho curled bang and a small fortuno for a hatch into footleu maggots, which af- pie, merely as a sustainer of nature, liut it is c?sy enough for them to find eminent Representative, Blackburn. real switch; hut never mind," she and ter rioting In filth till their tender that thoy might bo fortified in tho in- bail, tako another name, and go on They had over ono hundred joint dis- added, seeing her tender-hearte- d cussions together. It was ono oi the sensitive lover weep, "never mind; akius seem ready to burst from rcplo ner man to endure tho afternoon and with their nefarious business. most exciting races ever raado in the just wait hero a minuto and I'll run tion, become full led in lets than a evening services, which wcro nearly Sex in Eggs. Mr. up nnd bring you down a spoonful of blue grass regions of Kentucky. week, and defending into tho earth, equal iu oxtcnt and power to tho A correspondent of tho London Marshall has been a noted stump my Sunday complexion." That comor sheltering under sotno old board, grand trial of tho morning." Journal of Horticulture says in refe- speaker in moro than twenty cam- forted him. DKAtM l!t contract to brown, shining objects, Free Press. m m rence to this question: "Last Winter paigns, and is about to start out in an rounded at both ends, and technically DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY & FANCY ARTICLES. Sugar from. Watermelons. an old poultry keeper told mo ho could another. His voice will bo heard Information Wanted. known as ptipsrin. Within tho darkGeorgia, I'h jilclD' rreecilptluna accural. lj couipoan JeJ. Pharmaceutical Prrparatlone ipeclalty. A stranger who walked witli a limp distinguish the sex in eggs. I laughed this summer and fall in nearly every Mr. W. W. Seay, of Rome, ness of this hardened skin profound has been experimenting in extracting and tho in- and carried a cano freshly cut from the at him and was nono tho less skeptical county in the State. His wido repu changes rapidly tsko place, Ho has assugar from watermelons. sect psucs through tho pupa to tho woods, halted n citizen on tho steps of when he told me tho following secret: tation as an orator um tmicu to secure certained that they contain seven per j,jm the nomination for tho Attorney Eggs with tho air bladder on tho center jiercct state, and Anally, in about five tho City Hall, and inquired : cent, of saccharine matter, or pure ot tho crown ol the egg will produce j Generalship.- -- San Francisco Call. "How about the ro union?" days, tho anterior end of tho pupari-usugar, and that an acre of good laud - -sr mo umuuer ou "It's all right, I guess." cocKerci;; uiose wiiu is pushed off, and tho fly quickly League has been would produce 34,500 pounds of melThfi ' A Tenant-hous- e tho big generals havo onn Bt.tn will nrmlncn nnltfM. "I supposo all crawls out. At first its puts are palo old mau was so certain of the truth ot l organized in New York. Its object is ons, from which 2,415 poundsoi sugar ntid soft, and its wings aro crumpled been provided for?" his dogma, and his poultry yard so to "abolish landlords." Wo dont quite could be extracted, worth, at ten "Oh, ye." these noon oxpand, and useless, but tho brigadiers and colonels lar confirmed it, that I determined to understand its modus operandi, so to cents, 8241.50. "And and suddenly, without practico or . feJlrcct, 0 make experiments this year. I havo speak, but if, when a tenant owes a teaching, tho new fledged lly wings its havo lieen taken caro of?" It is the Atlanta Constitution, pub three or four month's back dono so, carelully registering tho egg landlord "Yo." way to your table to mock your dislished in tho once have bought out my brother, It. II. Wenrcn, "And tho maiors and captains and bladder vertical, or bladder on ono rent 3y 3100 this league can be State of Georgia, which says: "The pleasure to share your repast. Tho ami will continue the Furniture and Undertaking lieen assigned places?', 'side, rejecting every one in which it hired, for five or ten dollars, to abolshi length of timo required from hatching lieutenants have impetuous Carolinians who seek to es- business the same stand, in the St. Asaph Rotcl was not decidedly the one or tho other, tho landlord, the organization must tablish "I presumoso." .. in tiitiir!tv vrlp4 with tlin np.mnil and that doubtful article called .. r.i... "" J .i should exi. longlelt will keep .a stock oi' Furniture oi' ev"aihi mo gerguams nun curiuri3 as in somo it is very slightly out ot fill a its field want. It temperature, but Will not CXCC01 ten honor' in blood would do their coun- building. of operations, so as to tend in midsummer, while tho lifo of the ,and privates aro going to march, ro center. Tho following is the result iigurcs cannot be beatmore service by engaging in ery description nnd sell try t chickens wero hatched, include tailors and shoemakers. There the corn field at fifty cents a day. It perfect lly lasts about threo weeks at ceivo honors and show off tho iKSit thoy en. My stock ol Collins and Caskets will be comprehigh times when a hold your-heathree nro dead, eleven aro yet too aro thosamo scmou. As cold weather . would give all the money is time to understand that a bullet hensive. Shrouds and Robes always on hand. also approaches propagation ceacs, and! "That is thd programe. Havo you young to decide upon their sex; of re- young man hole never makes right wrong nor has ho could borrow to havo a tailor abolAmaining forty four, every one repair Furniture and do carpenter's job work. ii.. u...v. r.ln. ..nri.ii ... f,. nf tl.n been left out?" .... !... T ... ni.i., ...... ,....-.- .. right." wrong ..... 11 t .1 Norristown Herald. l.. .!.!..'. II Cll, 1 IIIIUUU JUl, "III 1 BIIUUIUU I. turned nut true to the old man's theory. ished. (Orders by telegraph promptly attended to.) moro vicorous lemnics, However, re B. K. WEAREN. S.y, havo you read pretty This may beau accidental coincidence, A preparCure where, wonder. treat to somo nook or cranny, "I believe." savs a farmer in the ation of for Dandruff. sulphur and closo up on tho programe?" one ounce ot but I shall certainly try tho experiin a stato of torpor, they survive until H'orW. "in cultivation lor Industrial South. ment again." "I have." tho ensuing season links 'twixt sumcorn. I am a Virginian, but was rais- ono part of water, repeatedly agitated and "And hasunythiug been said about mer gono by nnd to come. Tho ined in Missouri, nnd since being grown during intervals of a lew hours, The Regulation of Dreaming. sect may also bilcrnate iu tho pupa the heroos who drove sutler's wagons I find peo- the head saturated every morning with A French investigator, M. Delau have resided in Arkansjs. .. stnlo in tho ground. In rooms kept through tho iron hail of deatli any !.!. ple generally in cultivating corn do tho clear liquid, will in a few weeks, n.i r from continuously warm, or in mora south- Jblnjf.11 their last ploughingin their corn crops remove every trace of dandruff bewill soon ur iub ern latitudes, the lly remains active uih be controlled by . stimulating with turning ploughs. This leaves a the scalp, and the hair . K , all winter, and our palace sleeping of bodying wero drowu.ng the roar Has Just Oponod a IPJno Stook of mound or ridge to tho corn, and if con- come solt and glossy. f, , cars bring them daily to us from Flor ofbattlo? of heat. By covering his forehead sequently dry in the latter part of the Tho "Woodpecker" saw, worked at In fuct I'm "I- -lilon't think s ida during the coldest months of the with a layer of wadding ho ge9 sane, Summer tho ridge dries out and leaves an early period in sawing largo logs in sure of it." Scientific American. year. liutclligcus dreams. He has also expe' tho corn to perish in tho dry dirt. My California, was a considerable length mo; and heio I go," and the "That's leave inmentedon modes of lyinc, wuicli -la- motto is, ... your corn land ps lev- - of a common straight saw. with a . T Celling Particular. man gavo his leg n tremendous slap. Consisting of vor tho How ot blool to particular el as possible and plough deep, it any hole in the centre, and mounted on a "Nevada isn't tho country it used "A reunion winch doesn't provide a pari?, increasiiie; their nutrition and ridce at ail. leave it in tho middle of manshaft so as to rotate in the same n sutler who to le," ho remarked, ns ho slowly cut four wheuled tho rows." ...... ... ttut !... juuiaiuum uuuvitl. 11 ner as the circular saw. It had only I liir J. a slico from his plug of tin tag, nud B.1I1. 1I1(.I1.. r - c"l. H l.ll LI. AHMn L1IIT that the dreams he has while uuisi t. lying on reUnion can go to Texas, sir to Texas his back aro sensorial, variegated, luxThe Colonel, who lives in the South, two teeth, one at each end. It solemnly shook his head. and bo hanged, sir bo hanged, sir!" urious. Those experiouced while on was finding fault with Bill, one of his quired plenty of power. "What's tho troublo?" hands, for neglect of work, and saying "Folks nro getting too particular to As an effective remedy for sleepThe irropros'ihlo Greenback party tho right side nre mobile, full of exag- he wouldn't havo any more preachers Twcuty years ago I do business. recommends -- Also, a Nico whero geration, absurd, and refer to old about the place they had too many walking, a correspondent Lino of-could sell shares in u railroad to run has broken out nguin iu Texrs, placing a tub of cold water beside tho matters; but thoso produced when on meetings to attend. "Bill bed so that upon rising the somnam bo it seems to havo just hold a State Con protracted from Denver to Russia, and never & tho left side aro intelligent and reasonasked a question, but now they want vention. Tim ilisnatchcs indicate, n able, and relate to re:ent matters; in ain't uopreacher,"says Sam, "he's only bulisc will step into it and awaken difler-enc- e of it. to know all about, oven to how many regular monkey and parrot timo n 'zorler." "Well, what'i the himself. Tho writer says that after I am oponing daily a Full lino ot tho Boat Goods in tho Market, to bo thco dreams oue often speaks. between a preacher and an exor-ter?- " four experiments of this sort lie bos sold at Bottom Pricos. Call and oxamino. locoraot ves vnu havo ordered Why, 'cures oi mcniuers peuuiu; ui unto, Theoo observations may be correct shakinc their fists iu each other know, a preacher never since arisen in hta sleep. "Why, you it's getting so you can't hardly sell faces and indulgiug in unlimited sul so far as Mr. Delaunay is concerned; lie takes a tex, and den he got to stick TIM W-- HIGGINS, Salesman. mining stock any moro.1' is said but most people who vonturo to lay to it; buta 'zorter, he kin branch." pliurous syntax. Ono member Senator Beck says that tho republi"Indeed." on their back, especially after eating, can party, sinco the war, have spent "Fact, sir; I was threo months to have barked liko a dog, and others aro apt to find their dreams anything One of the hardest woods iu exis- five billion, eight hundred million dolindulged in similar freaks of eccenworking of 000 worth of stock in but luxurious. tence is that of the desert ironwood lars. In the nineteen years past, tho tho Golden 1'aradiso, and my expenses tricity to prove their claims to statestree, which grows iu the ury washes eame party has spent four billion two Pkapx-Fishi- no Men had tho manship. At tho ratification meeting all tho. profits. on tuk Pacific along the line of the Southern Pacific ate tit hundred million more than had been Pearl fishing on tho coast of impudence to usk me whero I enme which followed tho convention the Si.opi:. proceeded to establish their Lower California is an important in- Riilroad. Its specific gravity is nearly spent in the life time of the republic TheLAEGEST STOOK of WATOHES.OLOOKS, JEWELRY from, what machinery I had, how speakers same as that of lignumvitre, many hands I emplo)cd, who elected title to tho appellation of tho boss po- dustry, no less than oue thousand tho thehas black heart so hard, when up to 18G0. AM) SILVEIIWAIIE a litical cranks of tho day by advoca- divers being employed in briugiug up and it mo. President; and somo weut so far Beecher says : Early marriages are Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and stealing iu preference to working tho costly black pearl, which is found well seasoueJ, that it will turn tho m to doubt tho certificate of assay ting scarcely bs cut by tho salvation of young men, aud if a Jewelry Eeps'red on short notipe, and Warranted, that I paid a fellow $5 to writo for for low wages; bloodshed, if necessa- in n great stato of perfection in tho edge ot an ax, audsaw. in ourningu young woman don't lovo you enough ry, to eitnblish tho Greenback doc- deep waters of the La Paz. The pearl a me." charcoal to go down and livo humbly with yon trine, and tho uso of overy means to oysters aro found from ono to six gives out an intense heat, aud "And you left?" you to work your way up she "Left? Of course I left. Why, capture tho negro voto. Tho conven- miles of! shore in water from ono to made from it is ot aMunequaieti quality. aud help lovo " doesn't jou leave tho torment in auother week somo ouo would havo tion adjourned subject to tho call of twunty-onfathoms deep. Merchants to bo seen Tho larccst diamond now tho oxeculive committee, and it is provide hats, diving apparatus, etc., in tho world belongs to the Kajah of to somebody else. m counhad tho brass to ask mo in what try my mino was located, and I could tioedless to say that if tho oxecutivo for the prosecution of tho business, on Borneo, aud weighs three hundred "Ma, are you going out?" "Yea, committee, possesses a level-heait condition that they can purchase all nnd sixty seven carats. It is shaped dear; why do you ask ?" "Don't you -- HC-A.S nover havo stood that never." will bo allowed to stay adjourned un-- i tho pearls found, at prices to bo agreed like nn egg; and is very pure and beau- want to stay and see tho fun?" "Why, Wall Street Daily News. Philadelphia upon. These boats, which nro usually tiful. For this three ounces of dia Willie; what do you mean ?" "Why, til tho crnok of doom. Without Sunsi: Knoumii to Votk. Times. five tons burden, sail up and down the mond the owner ouco refused to take I heard pa tell Maggie that when you "I uiutgot sense enough to voto at Tho President of tho Third Nation- coast from May to November, search- in exchange two large war vessel went away they would have a regular a ward election." remarked old Isom ing for treasures. Tho produot of i completely equipped, and ono hundred picnic. yesterday. "You seo, u nigger what al lUnk of St. Louis declares that no year's work is about 8500,000, esti- and til ty thousand dollars iu money i safeguards can bo dovieedthat will pre The totil revenuo of tho Now keeps a bacon storo at tho udder end mating the pearls at their first vulue. e for the fiscal year Tho smallest circular saw in practi- York obtown givo fifty cents premium ou a vent nbank enshieror teller Irom steal Call San Francisco cal uso is a tiny disk about the size ot ending June 30, amounted to 8 1,200,-00silver dollar uuulo last year. I tuk a ing, if lie chooses to do it. Hois conof which is employed 70, being au increase of 849,014. lloso Coglilau wiuds up tho reason a live dollar wid do corrcck date, an' going vinced of this by tho defalcation to the store handed it tcr him, ami Obey Owen, his own receiviug teller, nt Wallack's with a sensation of for cutting tho slits in gold peus. 70 over the revenue for the fiscal bi f. ..'iTiaBHPn 71 U iiHQJ Sho wears as tin ornament the Thev tire about as thick as ordinary year ending Juuo 30, 1881. tole him ter givo mo do premium. Ho who was a steady thief for ten years, All looked at do dollar, handed mo fifty and was only found out when tho ag- only lively golden beetlo in tho coun- paper, aud rovolvo somo 400 times per 6150,-00Guiteau was huug with a paper try, Bccurci by a golden chain. Be- uiiuute. Their high velocity keeps ceula, nn' dropped it iu do dniw'r. I gregate of his robberies reached collar on. Any man who would ven Draws Owen's method was to enter from Bottween tho screams of tho ladios, as thorn rigid, notwithstanding their tuk do fifty cents an'como on up town. ture away troui homo ou such a day properly in tho depositor's book, thev sco tho beetle crawl over her Chicago Iuter-O'ceaOislorn; I havojust diskivered dat I nintgot as Friday, with a paper collar ou, mako out thd ticket by which tho bauk neck, and tho frantio attempts of sense euough ter vote, au'doNowuitod Bourbon News. ought to havo checked his cash( aud Hurrv Kdwards to stick u pin thro" Sarah Randolph met a horri-bi- ought to bo hung. Miss States can hah my freedom back at Does Not No death at Jasper, Ala. She atatony timo do secretary of war will then put both ticket and money in Ids it tiud add it to his collection, Miss Critteudeti ot St. Louis Governor Little Hock pocket. Thus the only evidenco that Coghlau's last hours at Wallack's have tempted to cross the tumbling rod of has been Blackburnizing himself of ob dat fack.' notify mo tho money had been paid in was tho not been roseate. fSnirit of the a threshing machine, when her dress Gazette. late by whatiscalled "a too free use ol depositors book. When tho deposit- - Times. by Mado was caught by tho rod, and she was tho Kxecutivo Iranchise." Oweubo-rCarolina jMethodtst who or's account began to run low, Owen The North whirled around at tho rata of about Post. Fivo adventurous young men havo 100 revolutions a minuto, and literalsang so loudly aud discordantly in would correct it by depleting somooth-churcps to annoy other worshippers, cr oue. All this required a great deal L'ono from Sail Francisoo on an expo ly crushed to death. Political platforms nowadays aro aud was indicted as. a nuisanca, has of vigilance and skill, for tho diroot-wo- dition into tho unexplored Eastern constructed similarly to a gallows. "My freus," taid an ofliciating his case. Tho language of the, or wero in tho habit of making uloso part of Alaska. Thoy expect to (iud Tho candidates are placed upon it aud at the marriago of two colored a number ot tho plunks drawn irom Court is: "The disturbance of a con- - and unexpected examinations; and it mineral wealth, and aro prepared to Uso Now gregatiou by hinging, when tho siuger was duo of these that finally caught spend five years in tho search, They persons near Cincinnati, a few days beneath their feet. will go up tho Yukon River 1,500 ago, "my freus, it am a serious ting to does not intend so to disturb it, but tho teller. lilue grass U selling at 50 cents aud miles in a chartered vossol, and thou, got married, specially when bofo paris conscientiously taking part in tho The leit for exerting a ower'ul s a premium for choice lots, while 70 religious services, may be n subject for tonio lilcct remedy iiiiiaij ROVStnlitK and in a steam launch ot their owu, try to ties is orphans nti' haint got no on ilia Be Ta- Satisfied, One, to fall back ou as am do present cents is offered for August seed. thediscipliuo of his church, but is not Mnitrolllns f the birt, U ptuetrato 1,200 miles further In tho Back. Winchester Democrat. case." indictable." mountainous region. Drown' Iron llltlttrn, nltriorloumal Cleter Cheat. nd lrt M'ROBERTS&STAGG Hon Stanford, -lI- I'lllt lj, i t eight-stanz- a . g MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY barn-yards- Flour, Meal, Corn, Bran, ShipstuiT, &c., PENNY & McALISTER Do-tro- it - FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING! Main B. K. WEAREN, at B Stanford, Ky. I ." .. I a" fifty-eigh- lull at that d I -- ,.,,,,....... fr . ,. E. P. OWSLEY m BRAND NEW GOODS, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. liu-rc- 11 jc Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, CARPETS.OIL CLOTHS TRUNKS PENNY & McALlSTEH, m ' o . m m W. TO III fx filllll -- m m Post-oflic- HI Destroys THE- MAYMLLLl Water Elevator. Wr.ter Insects; cent-uicke- jow-clr- y. o Fresh Water tom of Tubing and Has Freeze. Foulest Cisterns Puro This Elevator. h cler-irvm- OVER ONE HUNDRED in in This County. par-ieiit- Try and If Not ken It Will icy. Tuesday Morning, W, P. WALTON, July 11, 1882 EDITOR The Atlanta and Chattanooga journal-I- t who were coins to light a ilncl cm not find each other. The PreaiJenl has promised V. Hunter all the ROTernment alii In hit power to secure his election. BOYLE COUNTY. station and tear master and servant to Three million fire hundred tbotiKaml Dannlle. pieces. Oscar did not wish to havo bushels of corn were sold within thirty License wai Issued last week for Ja. his aesthetic legs torn from his body, minutes on call In Chicago on Thursday. Edwards and Lulu Phillips to marry. The Other World, lately an evening Ma, Joseph Rronston, of Madison, and Jhereforo agreed to let tho negro newspaper of LouUtWc, has a might was in Danville last week; Joey is tough. go forward to another car. have been supposed, tucked it little toe' Mira Olds, of Lancaster, who hat been may tickle an editor to havo tho under the daisies. Miss Sand Iter's guest hat returned home. Gay Smith, aged thirteen years, patent-platpublishers clip from him, Camp meeting begins at High Bridgo but we should not think Dittoo was whom his father had punished for fighting on Thursday. This will be "children's with his brother, shot and killed liii fath- day." The meeting will be addressed by extremely happy to havo his inside er, near Kirkwood, Mo. preachers of different denominations. An quoto and givo credit to his outsido, as Frank 51. Rawlins, Treasurer of Check excursion train will leave Danville about tho Newport Journal Lodge, KnlghU of Honor, ImarlUe, has 9 o'clock, A. t. Fare two cents per mile was the case in on the Gth. If publishers will uso the been held for further trial for embetxling for the round trip. "plates," which we do not advise ex- about $1,000 of the lunds of the Lodge. Mr. J. R. Carrlgan, the architect, has After a spirited contest, J. P. Elliott, completed the plant for the new Chapel cept in cases of absolute necessity, we of Nelson, was nominated Saturday as the for Caldwell College for young ladies. The would suggest that they will at least democratic candidate to succeed lion. C building will be pushed rapidly to com When tho resolution to endorse the examine them before allowing them to M.IIarwood, deceased, as State Senator. pletion and it is thought will be ready for it is slated that a member and an occupancy by the 1st of September, at action of tho State Central Committee be published in their papers. of Congress from Louisiana arc which time the Fall and Winter term of in refusing to withdraw Capt. Henry William Jones, lessee of the Ken- involved in the new e cases which tho race for Appellate Clerk, was tucky Penitentiary, from has thrown up Mr. Merrick expects to present to the the Collego commences. Mr. and Mrs. Chaj. I. Cecil entertain presented to tho Convention at Dan- the sponge. He was to pay tho State grand jury this week. ed a few gentlemen friends on Monday ville last week, Judgo Breckinridge's 8100,000 for tho institution for four The Attorney General of Tennessee evening at their beautiful home ou the opposition to it was based on the years, but at the end ot two ho finds gtves it as his opinion that Matrimonial Harrodiburg road, the occasion being Mr. Those present were grounds that as the delegates had been himself out $50,000. Ho gives as the Associations are benevolent organizations, Cecil's birthday. and not ameniable to tbe laws that govern Dr. A. W. Johnson, Mesi. C. R. Anderson, sent there for a specific purpose, they reason for bis loss that all tho insurance associations. D. T. Fackler, S. R. and Frank Cheek, had no right in their delegated capacconvicts aro hired out, leaving The Alabama gretnbackers and inde- Wm. Rue, Robert and Henry Evans, ity to act further than instructed to do him the lame and the halt. The pendents met al Birmingham and nomin Richard Dunlap and Frank Gentry. by tho people. Judgo Breckinridge's Commissioner. will relet the institu- ated a State ticket headed by S. L. ShefMr. W. F. Abraham, who lives three field for Governor. This ticket was sube- - miles from Crab Orchard, on the C. O. and position is tho trtio one. Thre is too tion as soon as practicable. quently indorsed by the Republican Con Stanford pike, cime here thit morning much of this endorsing business by Mits. ScoyIlle, the worst crank of vention. and identified the silver pitcher found in politicians, aud we doubt if in the long The cablegram from London, says the possession of Walker Warren, col'd, Guiteau family, writes to Dr. in good. The the ruu such action results Hicks suggesting that the body of Five hundred fresh placards, offering 20.' now in for stealing jewelry from J.T, people are tho proper ones to endorse, Guiteau be Bold at auction to the high- 000 reward for the discovery of the mur Sheltoii. of this county. Walker says be if it must be done, and they will not derers of Cavendish and Burke, were last- obtained the pitcher from a colored "gem est bidder to raise money to keep her ed yesterday. Official returns now show inin" who lives near Stanford. Walker bouud in any other feel themselves and her child from starvation. She 181! suspects in prison. way. Judge Breckinridge is for Capt. proposes when he it released from captivi also says that tho country made a Representative Willis.f Loulsvillle, ty, to settle with all hit detractors n tt Henry and bo are we, but we are opgreat mistake when it sent the assas- made a scathing attack upon ths irrepres- a rim's. posed to this unending endorsing busisin to the Lordy, and promises that sible Johh D. White, o( Kentucky, in the PULASKI COUNTY. ness.. House, answering White's charges of culthe Guiteau busiu&s has just begun. Somerset. Congress is fast getting to be a pability In loving a nickel to decide a Miss Addie l'eeples, of Stanford, was A man has just been convicted by Congressional nomination. real circus. Hardly a day passes during conference. There is no demand in the country for here without a disgraceful scene, but it was the U. b. Oourt at Uoaton ot pension The police docket was crowded with a reduction of the tax on whisky, beer and reserved for the Hon. Ben Butterworth frauds, aud sentenced to threo years business Monday, and the officers reaped a tobacco. There is a heavy demand for a of Ohio, to outdo the former actors imprisonment, and to pay a fine of great reduction of taxes on tools, rich harvest. clothing, The grading and macadamizing of Mt. in disgusting vulgarity. His allusion $500. If all the pensioners who have machinery and scores of other taxed artiVernon Street is almost completed. When was to Sunset Cox, who retorted that swindled tho government in the mat- cles. Louisville l. finished it will be the bent drive about A bis remark was that of a blackguard ter of pensions could get their deserts, Frankfort sptcial town. tho coun- says Cuas. Penn, a farmer, was assassinated and that it would disgrace even a the jails and penitentiaries of "king of lecturers at The Friday. "A man who would use try would havo to bo enlarged to hold ed of the Geo. Gainen, a neighbor suspect- traded a larce crowd Tuesday night. It crime, can not be found. Penn wat a free thing, and the people flocked to such an expression, if ho does not de- them. was a brother-i- n law of Mrs. Mary Owens, hear his comic and elouuent remarks. Im serve such expulsion from the House, A New Jersey masher sued for plaintiff In the a suit, agine their disgust when he proved to be deserved, nt least, to be kept severely breachof-promise- , acknowledged that The Chicago llaitway Age reports that an advertising agent. at home. lie had mado his coarse be had agreed to marry the girl, but 4,000 miles of railroad were built on 179 The District Conference of the M. E allusion, too, in tho presence of ladies, plead that as tho contract was entered different lines between January 1st and Church South was in session last week. Its and his own party of moral ideas had into on Sunday it was null and void. July 30th. Of this the Middle States built session extended over four days, and its 473; the Southern States, 005; Ifortliweat. proceedings were of a very interesting char seen fit to applaud it." The Judge ruled, however, that was em States, 2,379; Pacific State, 1,239. The acter. It is thought that through its intlu- In the great and moral jslate of ono of tho contracts made on Sunday New England Stales are credited with zero. ences, the old building, long a dug race to A touching scene at Washington is this place, will be torn down and a neat Ohio 127 persons wero tried for homi- which is binding aud the jury found said to have been lost to sight during the structure put In its place. cide in its various degrees during the for the damsel in a good round sum. stir of the tragic events there. Conkling A fine game of base ball was played year ending with last month aud yet Now Guiteau has been con- made a pilgrimage to the White House, Friday between two strong picked nines. Bucilen's Arnica Saht. strango to say not u single oxecution signed to tho tomb, it would be well and, with a pathetic little speech, presented Our boys think they can select a nine from Tlis Lett salre In tbe worlJ fur Cult, Unities, good deacon of for the President to pardon Sergeant Arthur with one of the 300 medals which both able to beat any thing hereabouts. Sores, Ulcers, Salt Illieum, Ferer Sores, Tetter, occurred. Still the Skin the Cincinnati Gazette finds the laxity Mason and let him go home to "Betty commemotated the queer transactions at The score at the end of ten innings was 18 Chapped Hands, Oil Mil ni. Corns, and allguarEruptions, and poaltlTtly cures pile. It ts to 10, in favor of the nine captained by anteed to gift entire aatUCictlou or money refund of tho administration of tho laws in and the baby." True ho was guilty Chicago In 18S0. At 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon Ad- Borden. The following players composed ed. Trice ZJ cents per box. For tale by Penny A Kentucky an ever fruitful subject of even a moro cowardly act than miral Seymour notified the Egyptian au- the two sides: Borden, p ; Win. Morrow, McAlliter. for comment, when ho might occa- Guiteau, but ho is in a measuro ex- thorities that the forts at Alexandria must M. Ingram, 1st b ; Snyder, 2d b.j Poach, Millions Given Away. sionally speak of how matters aro "to cusable, since it is but human to want surrender within twelve hours, or within c; b ; Tom Morrow, s. s.; Silvers, 1. f.! Millions of Bottles bt Dr. King's Ntw Discovery 3rd hurhjV twenty-fou- r hours after the expiration of Conant, c. f j Walt, r. f. Thomas, c ; Whit- - for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, hue been to kill a mean and worthless cur. . . that timo he would open fire upon them. ley, p.; Bash, lit b; Parker, 2nd bj Lnsel, clrentwar as Trial Jloltlfsof the UrgetUe. This Jin, Dan. 13. O'Suixivan, who enormous outlay would btdliaitilousto tho pro This Atlanta Constitution say b: One England and France are hurrying 3rd bj Tomlinson, a. s.; Wolfsteln, r. f; prietors, were It not for the rtrt merits powwl entered journalism with his eyo fixed of the Mai ley boys has gone to Sara-gtroops to the scene of approachand Webb, c. f j Beddon, r. f. Unplre, V. K. tr this wouJerful medietas. Call tt Penny A Jlc- ou tho topmost round of the ladder, for rest and recreation. This re ing hostilities. Alltter'a Drugstore, gat a Trial lloltltj ire, and Logan; Scorer, J. G, Hail, is ascending it two rungs at a step. try for youraelf. It iiorerfatla to cure. A dispatch from Moscow says General minds us to say that it wouldn't bo a From tho Commonwealth department Lightning Fkkaks. In North bad idea for tho acquitted criminals of Skobeleff, the Russian hero, died Friday of of the Coun'er-Jouniheart disease. lie was the most famous Carolina the other day it struck and he has buccecded ! America to hold a Summer convention military man of his age In the world. His killed two babies Unit a father was to numerous other positions till now at Saratoga. holdiuir on his knees; in Dakota it kill escape from deith In battle during the vo novnr.r. scuoor, vies ho occupies ono of tho most responsi ed man who was holding his wife iu Oftneiuoat approted pattern, manufactured b; The Louisville Post is going out of Turkish war was wonderful. He rode a his aIan; ble, that of City Editor, and he is in Kentucky it struck a A. II. Audrnara, Chicago. Id goud order and cheap. white horse, and was very conspicuous and performing its duties most admirably. its way to ihako attacks ou Judge daring, and it was hi fate, after taking a, church and knocked nearly all tho Inquire at Christian Church, Iluatunillle, or address J.. II. IIIJ.M.AI', panTllle.Ky. Owsley. The Post is a good paper, toundlng congregation senseless; in West VirIt seems to bo capable of proof that but an autopsy of iU editor would re- in his bed.risks on many battle fields, to die ginia it toro a largo Newfoundland dug the officers and employes of the Scioto, veal the fact that bis spleen, like Charles Laugbmer, recently released into small pieces; in Arkansas it struck it to which collided on tho Ohio river with from his eighth term in the Pennsylvania tho bow of a rowboat and split Pealrlotogo Weat I offer to tell mf beautiful is double the normal weight. the keel; in Wisconsin it caught the llttla farm of a IOO and odd teres, well luiproTtd tho Mingo, causiug the death of nearly penitentiary, where he has spent forty and tbundanct bfatock water, and lu a high alatt KcroKTO from Washington are to years of his life, is to return to his old tin of an umbrella, making tho the ofcultlrallon, lying linuiedlattlr on Hit turnpike a hundred 1th of July excursionists, ho was between Btauford and Laui aster, 0 unlet I row tho effect that Bennett's appointment quarter. Uon his recent release a phil- man who wus carrying it think 3 inllea from LauiMler, aud W oft were druuk. Every wan of them getting his section of tho day of judg Manloid tudliberie Creek Depot. mil from (I should lo tried at once, nnd if it can will not be confirmed. Senator Beck anthropist provided hiui with a good home mcnt.nnd reudering him a crinplo for T. KKTIIKHroKII. Ullherta Creek, Ky Sl.Jm he wai caught robbo established that they were, the death is being urged by tho distillers all over for life, but last Friday life and all this in ono week.' bing a cash drawer, and "a happy smile tho district to fight it to tho bitter end. penalty is far too good for them. A man started in the livery stable spread over his features as lie was marched business last week, and the first thing T. Alexander lias de- off to prison," Juikii: T. JudoeIIaikiih' wife presented him he did was to huvo a big sign painted, IMIlht Btldatllauillle, ot One of Governor Blackburn's with a boy tho other night, on which clared to becomo tho republican candifor that mysterious quality styled representing himself holding u mulo by occasion the great aud good Governor date for Superior Judge in this district, "Is that a good likeness AUGUST 1, 2, S AND 4. "executive clemency" turned up yesterday. tho bridlo. acted ns accoucheur. Wosupposo ho and it is likely that our nominee, Maj, It waa a man who had been sentenced to of me?" ho asked of au admiring "Yos, it is a jierfecl picturo I'reuilani List It Largs and l.llitral. felt moro at homu than ho has for tho Richards, will havo a walk over. the penitentiary for five years for an at- friend. but who is tho fellow holding L'iruralon Trains from Ueorgetona audKoru. wife. He was pardoned of you, last threo years. The Boston Star suys : "It is a tempt to kill his Texas Siftings. (net ou id, 3l tud Ith daji, Wcduekdar, Thurt you by tho bridlo ?" on dar and Friday. The Glasgow Time says that the natural law that heat expands, but it after a year's, service, and habits.returning He athome dropped luto his old A Canadian widow recently achievJacob bolt in that neck of tho woods is a notable fact that nothing contracts tempted lo entice hit wife Into the room ed local notoriety by marrying her Mailchj Wolf Froat't Celebrated Ilatd of LetUgioB, is iu no danger ot lieiiig mistaken for a tho session of Congrois like good hot yesterday to kill her, but filling in that daughter's widower elovcu weeks after For Catalogue! address J.I. HHiiiii:. thunder-bolt- . Sauio here. weather,'' the death of her husband. killed hiuiteU.f Louisville Commercial, Secretary. Ood-frcy In political, as well as in love affairs, many a fellow lias found to his sorrow that it Is best not to write letters, unless they 1)0 non committal ones. Eleven years ago tho Hon. W. 13. Russell ilornocrat of was a roarine Hourbon tho strongest proclivities. So ultra was ho that ho denounced the 14th amendment "as n product of force and fraud which should be gotten rid of in a lawful way," and promised if elected to thewLcgisinturo to which he was then aspiring, that ho would uso every effort to keep the laws of ken tuckv as they were In regard to the negro. Tho question seems to havo been agitated as to whether negroes and other republicans should voto at tho primary election approaching. Mr. Kusscll, in his card which was published in tho Lebanon Standard, strongly objected to them being allowed to vote nnd said: "I would rather ho defeated by negro and radical votes than, to bo elected by them; and if elected by them I will not serve. Tho whirligig of time brings some wondrous changes, but none havo-ye- t appeared more wonderful than tho change that has camo over over the spirit of Mr. Russell's political dream. Ho longs for those selfsame "negro and radical" votes now as tho "hart panteth after the water brook," but it is hardly probable that they will come to his rescuo when they remember his efforts to deprivo them of the rights guaranteed them by the law. No, no, Mr. Russell will bo elected by a big majority to remain in Lebanon, while Judge Lewis goes in triumph as his own successor to the appellate bench. who bydoublo dealing has ousted Col. A. M. Snropo' from the Collectorship, now wishes to obtain tho influence of the administration to prevent Hon. W. O. Brad ley from running- - for Congress In this district. Ho says in a letter to Arthur that Hon. John Bennett, of Richmond, is tho only man In this district that can bo elected, and If "nominated ho will accept, not to bo voted for in order to dance atas a figure-heatendance at Washington for a Federal appointment, but wilt pull to win; besides ho has tho pluck, push and ability, coupled with character and relationship, of which wo as a party in Kentucky so sadly stand in need. Beside, Bradley has run for Congress twico and failed by less than 800 votes tho iltst timo and moro than 2,r00 tho last time; yet ho would try it again, and McKco favors his nomination." John D. is evidently jealous of tho "figure-headwho is as much superior to him intellectually and socially ns tho sun is abovo the moon. " John D. Wmm, Inter Yiew, says tho repthlln candidate for President noxt year (Willow Binino, and tho democratic, Gen. Hancock. Tho Judge showed considerable pro phetic power, when In tho Spring of 1880, ho said beforo tho matter was scarcely thought of by any ono elso, that Garfield would bo tho republican nominco but wo hope ho is wrong this timo, at least so far as Gen. Hancock is concerned. Ho is a man of many noblo traits of character but as a presidential candidate ho is a failure. Givo us Tildcn or somo other man representing a principle in an 11,3-1convicts in tho Ilpenitentiary. This is quite a number but it would bo quadrupled if justice wero meted out evenly in that Stato. Tin: Conference Committee on tho National Bank Charter extension havo agreed, and tho bill will nt onco a law. Judof. Ji:itn Black, Tiiiinn aro linois NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Tliero are 12,830,319 male of Toting age in the United Stairs. Failure last week throughout the country are rcorlcl nt 109. OscAit Wimi: has a colored servalit who travels with him. Down in Georgia tho other day, ho demanded that tho negro should be given a berth in tho samo sleeping car with himself, and stubbornly persisted in tho demand until told that if it were allowed a mob would siezo tho train at tho next -- General K V. Alexander, First Vice President of the Louliville and Nashville Railway, ha resigned, and M. II. Smith Mr. Smith has was chosen his successor. been Traffic Manager for some time. The artesian well at the Cincinnati Southern Railway Depot has now reached n depth of 310 feet. In sinking the well 210 feet a gain of Ave feet In depth of waltr has been made, which is extraordinary, and leads the engineer, Mr. to believe that, when the thousand feet have hen accomplished, If not before, the well will yield a powerful flow of taxlngton Special. Reports from the scene of the Mingo disaster, which occurred on the Ohio, July 1th, fix the number lost at one hundred persons. The search for and twenty-fiv- e bodies still continue, the Scioto not having lxen raised yet. Tho Lomai was running fifteen mile an hour and the Scioto twelve. The Scioto was valued at $10,000 and had a permit to carry three hundred people. Captain Thomas it still reported vert lo, and hit recovery with a sound mind i considered doubtful, The appropriation billt that have be come laws and thoe now pending are the Pension Bill, $100,000,000; the Military Academy, $118,837.01; Fortification, $375,-00Consular nnd Diplomatic, $1,193,530; the Navy Bill, $15,351,990.70; the I'ostof-fice- , Indian, 4,920,203 91; $13,629,300; Army, $27,400,093; Legialatlvc, Executive and Judicial. $19,777,02790; District of Columbia, $3,111,797.03; Deficiency, $5,. Sundry Civil, $23,080,80500, 600,80330; amounting in all, at originally rcorled to Hou-e- , to $215,477,73905. Hira-chauewa-le- r. 0; It e Star-rout- ablo-bodie- d jil Courier-Journa- Courier-Journ- self-style- bar-roo- Owens-Kuckol- A CoLLAnBtnTON'sOimllisTonY. A romantic hhtory of n collar-bu- t ton was related to us tho other day. Several years ago Mr. 1. V. Walton, of Eaton town, On., lost a gold collar- button. After a long nnd vain search ho sighed heavily and braved himself to bear this sad, untimely parting from n lone and useful companion. Ilsnbscnca was accounted for in different ways, when in about two years it returned to its owner, after a journey fraught with many a weary apprehen sion. Mr. Walton had a fattened pet cow, nnd upon butchering tho anlmnl was surprised to find his companion of gold snugly, nnd, to all appearances, happily resting in tho fat of tho diges- ttvo orcaus. no nt onco recocimcu tho button as the ono ho lost two years beforo, renewed tho pleasant associiv tion which was so-- wantonly tcrnitna tod, and is to day in daily companion ship with the button. It Appeared that wlulo feeding tho button dropped into tho feed, nnd from his in that way started on a historic jourKatontowu Chronicle. ney. Aivjitstimi l'rticta. Iu tho anti- bcllum days, n New York Stato grocer raised tho price of a certain eratlo of tea from "threo shillings" to forty-fivcents, nnd an old farmer who camo in r to sell, with a barrel of could hardly credit his senses, when told that bis favorito brand of tea had advanced several cents per pound. "What ouairth is tho reason for this sudden raise?" ho inquired. "Scarcity of tea chests," was tho brief answer. "Well, do you want my vinegar?" "How much?" "Kiirht cents a callou." "I only paid you seven for tho last." "Yes; but cider has riz, you see. "What has brought cider up?" ask ctl tho astonished crocer. plugs," was "Scarcity of bung-holtho nuiet but serious reply. Tbov looked nt each other without winking, and then tea dropped back to thirtv-eicht- , and cider to seven Wall Street News. cents. The Hoiisi: shok as a Symiioi. of Luck. Quettion: Why is tho horso- shoo regarded by some jieoplo as a sign of cood luck? Ansiren This notion is 500 years old, and, according to what we havo been ablo to ascertain, it was derived from an old fablo, that a do mon in tho form of a horso onco ap pcarcd in England, aud gavo the pco nlo warning of an extensive conflagra tion which was about to occur. On this account tho animal came to be re garded as especially friendly to mankind. His perspiration is said by some to be a euro for epilepsy; a horso s tooth carried in tho pocket would pro vent toothache, and a horso shoo placed under a child's pillow would savo it from an attack of colic; one fastened neatest a building was a good insurauce acainst fire, and finding ono was a siirn of cood luck. Same of I'hren. theso notions oro rifo now. Journal. Tho first wifo of Brigham Young died at Salt Lake last week, olio be came n convert to Mormonum at Avon, N. Y., in 1831, and went to the Mormon colony, then in Ohio, where she married Young. It is said that, havinc accepted tho doctnno of polyg amy. she made no opposition wheu her husbaud began to practice it ex tensively, though sho invariably fell ill from excitement and grief at every new marriage. Sho lived separato from the other wives, and kept her five children as much as possible apart from the rest. It is supposed that Alico Oates'new house, which sho is building in Cin cinnati, will cover .two blocks and be eleven stories high. This supposition is based ou tho previous supposition that she intends to provido roam for Denver all of her living husbands. Tribune. The gambler lives orr our hopes, the lawyer on our quarrels, the doctor on our ills, aud the clergyman on our fears. Tho millennium will throw these peoplo all out of employment. Picayune. Cowardico asks, Is it safe ? Kxpedi ency asks, Is it politic ? Vanity asks, Is it popular ? But Conscienco asks, Is it right? shirt-collar cider-vinega- raoritMioxiL. BRUCE, T.W.VARKOW. WAM.ACB K.VARKON. WARREN & CO. T. W.ft W. Ti'VAHUON, A'CTOIINIIVH jy.'V XiA.W. itTiNWinn irv stairs. Offlft In Otilef A non't ntw building-- up lt.U. KAUl'i'MAN. A.'XYTOUlV.iaV A.T LANCASTER, KY. Mailer Cnmnilloner and Cnuntr Attorney. Will practlrvlnall the Courtt of (larrard and adjoining eouMirt and In the Court of AppvtU. AT'l'OltNHV A.T HTANIOItll, KY. WlllprtellctlnlhtOourlt Owi THOMAS r.lIIIiL.Jll., TA-AV- , id this snd adjoining Aintlessrxl in in turi or Appeals, urart in A Mon's ntw buUdln-- up ilaln. AX.HX. ANDEHDON, ATl'OUNJIV MABTRHBON A.U' IjA-AV- , llANVII.t.i:, KY., Will rrartlroln the ,url tf llojle and adjoining eoiintlrt and In lh Court of Appeals. . Vi I.IIIKHTY, KY. Will prattle In all thtOurts of Ca.er snd If i, and In I he Court of Appeals. muni epr(ai attention given to eolleetlona. UMra of tr IU T. I'lerrt't atom. J..A.AV, A'riOIINHY ATcourt v, lanKiimiettrnaraiiiv l'KVTON, Dlt. J. U. OAIW'UNTKII. RTANIIHtn, Office orer Itold. H. I.yllt'a alort, from S la IX and 7 to I r. M. KKNTUCKY DKco hour a J. J. WILHON, IjIBNTIHU'. HTANKOItl), KY. URkt and ltr.ld.me, Upper Main St. HllltnnoN JIKNTIMT, 8TANFOUP, KY. Uffirt I.KR V. HUFFMAN. I'urtNltroua Oildt O flrtt of each month, Intal In Ml Asaph Hotel, oter Mcl'liler A HtlgbVe. tSrwalgn.) AtUnctitertwowttkiof oath month Irout tnlrd Monday Dentil ronme In MeaoallOuM. (toe sign. 1 1'urtnltroua olid giM adralnltterwd when nereaaarj 41 tf DMNTIHT, SffmU from bt Monday In Hltnknt two weekt Will rooms Xouth aide Main Mitral, two doors tboet the Mjere Hotel. (lea aJnilnlilered whtn required. It. O. MOHO AN. D. I). 8. Lincoln County Farm for Sale! to o to Th lielrt olJowph rWottoflrr at yrlista ail, hit farm of US At'HKHIiIng I mile North of Die (Jarrard coualy lln. Tbe lb Itltrr. land la fertile and In good repair. Tfatfty-S- f arret In splendid tlmt.er,ut, walnut, ash Ar., and til Intra rtrept ntna acrva, which la now wheat alubble. Thla farm ran tit bought low and on trrrnt. For lull parllrnlira. rail on Ihield Prod, ontbtfarra, or hlmal Ollberl'a Crotk I'. 67-(). Lincoln County, Kentucky. e7 Stanford Female College. STAM'Olllr, With KY. a Full Corps of Teachers, ALL TDK BKANC1IK8 OF A Tble Institution will open lit Thirteenth Krulon on the 2d Monday la Sepltuibrr Hil. THOnOUGHENGUSHCOURSE Art taught, as wtllaa olUOIC. TUB IiANUUAUKH. D11AW. INO AND l'AINTINO. TERMS MODERATE. In Tuition, prlrre renew from ttt to ISO In Ih regular Dtpartmenta. Primary, Hi, Intermediate IK), and Collegia!, SM. 110; For full particulars, aa lo Hoard, Ac., addrt. HUM. N. C. TKUr.lir.AKT, Stanford. Unroln Co.. Ky l'rlwrt.l. WILL BE OPENED! To Its old Irleuda and lo the public on THE 1511i DAY OF JUNE FOR TIIK KKAMOiV Eutirely Oen. OF 1882! AN UNDKK New Management. Jai. F. Robimon, of Lexington, Manager. The office in charge of Men. John Fleet and 0. F. Moore. that RATES OP BOARD Per liny Per Week Per Mouth (28 onyx) CD : $2.80 I -- 11.00 15.00 CIIII.DIIKN AND NimSEB HALF 1'IIICK. EVERY COMFORT AND LUXURY, lake ro Included, will bt supplied to guetla. and they are aiiured that Intreryre-iulaltoo- f a Ural-cla- n Hotel the Mtnageincnt doea not luleud to bt surpaitcd by any In America. - men-of-w- ft ft w. a. WELCH. Trutttt XT. TF.KM.1 ADTMITISKM,:. FOR SALE K. N. MAUTIX Itorkcaitl County us: Court, Augutt election, US';. v ItattndldattfurClerkoltho JA.1IKN P. WAIXIN la a candidate lor County Judge of Itotkcatllc, at the August cletlkiu, ISM. Gui-teuu'- s, W. M. OWIJXN CD la an Independent candidate for Amutor of lUxlutle County, Augutt election, last. nam m. liuitDiyrr, ATTOR N EY AT LAW, Mt. Vornon, Ky. CENTRAL KY. FAIR to Will nractlie bit nrofvealon In llockrulla and aljolulug counllet tud In tho Court of Apptala. ttpotlal alttutlou giteu tocollactlont. "03 7 N3UUVM ' J. E. VOWELS' VAKIJETY NXOIti: M'V. I VKltNON, 3CY 'aanua Agency of Bouth-Beu- d Chilled Flowi, Avery's Oast and Steel Flowi, Buckeye Reapers k MowersweonitaJtet Tlireth-er- g, Mitchell Farm Wagons, New Home Sewing Maobinog, Taylor 'i Elaitio Bed Bpringi, i r I'i.eaib Notice. All peraona Indebted TnY I). Kla' 75 cent Newport Tit, and to Hale A Nnnneller, either by nnto or Toe Slipper. a s e account will pleate como forward and lot of country bacon, ham Vantm.-- A. Immediately. The IiihIiiom niut be fflO'A.asraroirir), ami aide by XV. T. Green. wound up. A. T. Nunnelley. Morning, Tnosday July II, 1882 TllE I.Ieingnton Cnal Ompany' coal MARRIAGES. can't I best. Call on T. T. DatImi for lt'. Vaaco D. Drown, who edited the Lan& N. L OCAL TIME LAID. L TititFB iiUNimrii TitouaANii Uriok for caster Enttrpritt for a aeawn with audi ., I'MMiipr (Mini North 9 10 i. M. wile. Apply to Henry Ilaughman, Stanmarked btllliancy and iticceM, hai jtut . 2 t P. M ford. been married In Chicago to a MIm Wanton, IiAutiRl. county double acrcened nut LOCAL HOTICCS. T. T. conl 10 cent per litiahel dellrered. RELIGIOUS. ' Iluv Paint of Penny A MoAllsttr. Iter. J. M. Ilruce will preach in the Imsliel t A.Ows-Icy- '. Mll.t.rr Heed $2 'if ixt Tiie young eopli peak of the parly Christian Church at Crab Orchard next gjten by MIm Mary Owaley to her friend Saturday and Sunday, Hf.KVKN rotwiw. Hugar for $ I at MoAI-iste- r Mlwe W'ntron and Frluell, aa a tlellghl-full- y A llrlRhl'. Kid. lteynold, of Uourbon, will be pWant ooMlon, Haijt, I.tme nil Cement eonstnntly on gin a protracted meeting at the Christian hand A. Uwaley'. Sunday. iNtrrwiTlliiTANlitNfi the Intenae heat, the Church here on the Ith New stockof Jewelry anil HlNerwaro at in Probably the oldest Sunday-schoo- l Skttlng Itlnk nt (llangow hat been kept remarked they had heard of the Wobern, slock raiser. Very delightful was the long Penny A McAllster'. is the Methodist Kplscopal of Grasier, and Hedfordshlre, hnt had never Interview I had with him talking over old Hie best open all Hummer, drawing full crowd all Indinna, Ijvkiw of flood Ten will find for tn tlie city ill Penny A McAIIaterV. the time. Dr. Wood' "Mlnoiandera" rnunt Corydon. It haa been in ojieration heard of thai hog before; when he ex time. sixty-fivyear. One feature of this Dayton meeting Is plained that they were aired by the slop- Watciikh, Clock mil Jewelry repaired bo the chief patron. There are, it sii.1, 7,000,000 scholar tub and came out of the corn crib, I unique. Pilcher, the Indomitable and In unit warranted by Penny A McAllster. DR., 1ST DEI DR. 3VE s Dun Jlnitonrille coreiondent haring and 1,000,000 teacher in the Country Imeon, highest WAKTrii. claim that mine were made what they are defatigable, who appeared on the scene in MoAIUter A UrlgJit. gone to Cumberland Fall for the Summer, of the United State. Out of this In the samo manner, though they are In re- Louisville, In such a startling way, has evPuiiK Alden Fruit Vinegar, bent In the wo would be obliged If aome one in the number, l&O.OOO came Into the churches ality a cross of the red and black Herk- - idently come to Dayton, bent on business. Takes this opportunity of thtnktnf his patrons In Stanford and Tlclnllr for their liberal support, snd world, for sale only by McAllster A Ilrhrlit. Wct Knd would Mild ti the new from laalyeai. on the CourtHe holds forth by torch-ligh- t F. Thurmond. shire. stock thlsesrl lo the season, befor being cullsd hopes U) re til n It, as ha has selected a and YotT will find the but day will be that aectlon during hi abeence. A special Sunday-schoover, and tt house corner nearly every night, lo varyA McAllcent! cigar in town at 1'enny "PRAISE THE LORD." Thura-daheld at High llrldge Camp Ground ing congregations, the burden of discourse ster'. In A Cixme 1'i.ace, From an article worker Dayton, Ohio, July 8th, 1832. to which all Sunday-schoo- l being warning against Barnes and hla J. II. A H. II. Hiiank are receiving and publiahed In a Danellle (Va.) nper, we are Invited. A special train will run from that Intnlon s style. Ills motto Is: oenlng a nice new lot of Zelgler Shoe doctrine. I don't know why he acta ao, From the best of Foreign Miters They will beeut andraadsln V a A. Llbby, of whom learn that the man, Have I the disease known low cut. Danville; chargea two cents per mile going QinrthtA Catllnt; snd Ilepatrlng nesllr snd promptly done. "To Excel." ttribendit The symptom are Jmt the LOUD will bring good out of it I mention ha been before made In thla pa"A roi.1. lino of Ctllfornla Canneil floods, and returning free. babbling rem- am sure. I never saw the brother until Pears, I'caoliM lter, la In jail without hill charged with Including Apricot. under somewhat alike. Do these The Stevenson utterly lack Interest for your the night of the 4th, and then ao Indis iniscence araon, which I in Virgia, a capital ofand Kgg rium at McAllster and liright'. the auspice of the M. K. Church, South, II. O. BRIOIIT. tinctly by torch-ligthat I doubt If I J. IT. MoALISTEIt. fend. readera? Do the column of the will commence July 27th and continue PERSmL him again. He had a begin to groan under the bur- should recognize They had a real picnic of a lime at the until August 10th. Thi camp ground is Mil. W, II. Hiuiiiw Iim recovered. You have the data from which congregation almost aa large as the one I HaptUt Church Saturday. Sereral of the located near Corinth, on the Cincinnati den? Mikm Minnik DiNWiniiii; In visiting these questions may be answered more had just dismissed at the Kink, and a few brethren got at croM (juration and a war Southern 11. It. For beautiful scenery, fine truly than from my stand point. II all minute later when he "knocked o(T," the frlendiln Hustonville. e of wordu waa the rrault, but the angel of shade, good water, these grounds will Mil. ANI MlW. (I. A. IsACKKYIIIVC are answered in the affirmative, comfort audience scattered with qulle a hearty eace finally hoTerud around, the Imlnent favorably with any In Kentucky. cheer. So I suppose he make impressions Dayrrtiirtird from Ixiulsvllle. battle wai arertrd and harmony again The whole camp at night will be Illumi yourself with the assurance tfiat the of some sort. I wish he had a nobler othDaisy Uuhnsidic went to MiM thing ought nated with electric light. Hell telephone ton visit csnnot last very long, and in prevailed. Hrethien three for a short visit yesterday, er place the same temptation doe not ex- mission. He seems rather a fluent speaknot o to be. and telegraph reach to alt parts of the er, judging from Iho few sentence we of Ixmlavllle, U on Mn. Alkx. ist lo ramble ofT into prattle forty-fivThe ladle of theCliriitlan Aid Society country. Auditorium will seat five thntis years old. heard in passing on to our hotel. a vlsit.to III brother, Divld Klai. Our stock of Groceries and Family Supplies generally is always Fall and iieople. A walk uiion the beautiful shaded levee When Father came to Dayton he put Mm Minnie IXM, of Islington, In are now preparing to hare their Church and Fresh. We would call especial attention to our Hue of Canned Goods, building oiled and painted. Without It me into the Dayton Academy. The old that guards tin city from Miami' inunda which is the Largest and Most Complete in the city, and prices to corresLANO, STOCK AND CROP. the guest of Mr. Ilr. U 1. Ihiffuian. building with It sharply pointed cupola ting rage I And there more than in any pond with the times. Mm Annie Hiiown went to fcbanon women, we wouldn't glre two cent for the It. II. Ilronaugh.Crab Orchard, ha CO congregation of that church. They aro ha given way to a modern public school, other spot I lived boyhood over again. For on Saturday to visit MIm Alice Severance. We invite you to examine our stock and prices before you purchase. No. 1 breeding eitc for sale 1st August, every improvement there I learned to swim, to skate, to row. Mx. J. V!. McAi.im:ii and J. 8. not only ahead in money themrelve tohut We pay the Highest Market Price, Cash or Trade, for all kinds of Counbushels of with square tower and massive architectA separator threshed 1,782 do they furnlnh the chief delight. Thi ure. Hut that building If it stand 1,000 The river was my UtMKF.li are at their coal mine in Inurel try Produce. wheal ill one day last week in Christian it. All honor to them. year will never have such a teacher a morning I aw the very spot where in county. Don't forget the place Corner Store, St. Asaph Block. county. I "learned toawim byBwimming." Cou T. C. Jo.tr, Clerk of tho Court The Trutlee of the Male Seminary of Mr. E. K. Harney, who died a year ago, Two thousand five hundred acre and triad, and of Aieals, waa here yesterday collecting proerty have decided to tear down the old wheat in Jessamine county, have been full of years, and worth millions of money, rhad tried, and tried, ODHCTTDEtODHC lie laid the foundation of his colossal for- wouldn't float any way I could fix it, until building and in it itead erect a arcounti. sold at $1 per bushel. tune In the careful accumulations of the at last I threw myself recklessly into water MimIIattie ani Ilirrm Kaiiiih, brick houne of thrve room, and In another -- WllOI.rJALF, AND RETAIL DEALERS IN- short-horsales At the late Kentucky , and afterward carried hia 7 or 8 feet deep, and like magic I had the ml Annie (Illmote. are cuest of Mra. J. column they advertlee far bids to dote 110 head were sold, aggregating $130,000, perfectly aystematical training into one of stroke, that from that moment I never forK. FarrU. next Saturday, The building ha been averaging $300 per head. the largest 11. It. Car Building Establish- got. If the alternative is swim or drown, Mm Ann Cook, of Husionvlllr, I pronounced unnafe by two architect who (i H. Itice sold CI fat sheep, averaging ment in America. When you see "Bar- the average boy will be certain lo swim. spending a few day with her cousin, Mra. agree that a new building can be put up 150 lbs. at 5c, and Gate ltice aold 3Q mixney A Smith, Manufacturing Co., Dayton, Across the river from that spot, I broke Shsel Music, Soota, ad 1! Kinds cf Musical Hsrchndi;., Dr. Huffman. cheaer than the old on can be remodeled. ed fat sheep at in Uourbon countr. O." on a car door that is my Mr. Barney through the ice while skating, and made and Mil. Omiuic If. IIruoe Ill settled that the wheat crop will KnruBi.ifiAN G. Kdelln Convention. Chairman the best teacher I ever saw. That be an almost miraculous escape. ThcTe was a are now on a el.it to Mr, O. harvested In thi counS. Liuney ha called a Convention of be the greatest ever J. made no more out of me, was owing to the protracted meeting going on in Father' at Alum Spring. try, or any where In any age of the world. Intrinsic badness of the material, not the church at the time and I had gone skating MlM Mauy J. Nhwi.ank ha been the republicans of thi OongreiMlonal disJ. II. McAlister has sold his fine firm carelessnes nor incompetency of the teach- - contrary to the known wishes of the dear Grand PIANOS, Square PIANUS, aiid Upright PIANOS, vimilriTrJ to teach the PuMic Schoal at trict to meet at the City Hall, in Stanford, Danville pike, tn for of 375 acres, lying on the Augutt lClb, to nominate a candidate Aa I nassed the nlace where once and old folks. This wondrous deliverance In Rosewood, Sattnwood, Mabogony, French Walnut and Ebonized Cases, in Iloon'a James, for 420.500. equal to fr. 0ciree again he drew me gently over hia knew, from death, led to my conversion; for that elegant designs to correspond with any style of Furniture. Cot. ami Miw. XV. O. Wfixjii, and Cengreo. The hanii of representation wilt $55 per acre. be une delegate for each fiifly (CO) vote with any thing but a gentle application of night I went unto the old fashioned MIm Clara. Helm are enjoying the delight for McN. II. Hughes has purchased Organs, Chanel Organs, Church Organs, (25) and each fraction over twenty-fiv- e d ruler after he got me there, it "anxious sat" and after an awfully hard a of Crab Orchard Spring. Alister A Sillee, of Lincoln Mills, 5.000 stirred "a host of moving memories." That time, got what little religion a poor fellow vote oat fur Jame A. Garfield for Presi-- iMlM llrrsr.Y 1'f.Ninton, after a try With one Manual, with two Manuals and Fedah, containing the most beauand 15,000 of wheat at 90 cent bushel dent in 18S0. wa his favorite mode of manipulation, could get in that rough way. It was not Ing wnsion of her school, left Friday to tiful, powerful and useful combinations ever procured at 90 and the rle. of course, but and I think he did it on principle, in or long before I "backalid," at Cumberland Falls. in reed Instruments. State Gfomxhot Jno. It. Procter, with Jno. W. Duncan of Wayne County der lo strike horror and terror into delin I'ltAISE THE LORD, He never let me Jxum It. Chvo'n ha accepted the Mr. Jame Illack, of London, Kngland, will be here next Saturday with over 100 of Him, We invite the public attention to our large nnd well selected stock of )KlUrn of traveling agfnt for the McUor-mlc- k arrived yenteidar and went at once to Hon. head of good grating cattle for sale. Far- quent. For the sense of degredation, I go after that imperfect acceptance got keenly remember yet, as with blood rush- and after many sad experiences, I Twine Hinder and baa gone to Michi- John S. Oweley'n. Mr. Illack represent ORGANS, and our unequaled facilities for furnishing PIANOS will make a note of thi. mer I want. the best class of instruments at low rates. We purchase for net cash in gan. ing to the head, eye almost bursting, face the F.nglUh firm that haa been negotiating 10 John Land sold to J. C. Gentry llBIXKIHIllDOK Jomkh, Kq, of 8t for Mr. Owley' within a few inches of the floor, feet alter- Midway of the stream at another point, how larger quantities than any other house in this city. The expense of our land and i here to ex 1 I0uN, Mo, spent Sunday with hli old amine that and other land for aalo in thU slopping cattle averaging 850 lbs. at cent. nately touching the boards and flying con- well I remember life saved by the skill PIANO ORGAN Department is far less than somo housor Ibe ssme We have reached lower friend here. He waa looking well, and is ttction. Land agent Miller will takethem lie also aold a lot of heifers vulsively np at every application of that and ready couiage of my dear old es doing exclusively a Piano and Organ trade. stock for September delivery at 3J cents. evidently prospering in lila adopted home. in charge ruler aforesaid, sharp congestion of the friend Joe Crane, who, more experienced prices than have been tendered by any dealers in this market, and guarantee and huw them the tract Six hundred and fifty report from parts afllicted with the merciless tou:h, all a swimmer than I, held me up when ready all instruments as represented. We sell on easy monthly or quarterly payTllE many frienda of Col. Tom hi agency haa on hand. varioua section of Virginia represent that these made lying over "Old Barney's" to succumb to fatigue in an attempt to ments, and any instrument taken on trial, not proving as represented, may will be glad to know that he ha obtain! a lucrative poiltion with the L. Another Man Killed. Writing from not more than half a tobacco crop plant knee (as we young heathens irreverently awim the dangerous river at high tide, my be returned at our expense. Wo solicit correspondence with persons desirl'rkville, Iloyle county, under date of ed. The indication are the crop will lie called him), such a serious matter, that we strength and courage almost gone when ing to purchase, and take pleasure in answering all inquiries. A N. It. H. a l'awnger Agent. Hi I yealerday, a friend rende ui the following : late. & CO. Lynchburg, Va. at will had a most wholesome dread of getting only half acros. I can hear hi low, The wheat is being threshed and is there again. Iteally, he punished very steady tones of reasaurance "Don't get Mil. K. XV. JoNW, late of Harroda-burg- , "John Limb, a young man about years of age, aonof Mr. Shearin, yielding from 25 to 30 bushel to the acre. little, but when he did "he meant busi scared George, I can hold you up till you who ha recently opened a Drugcet vour breath again,'' and I can feel the Orihird, waa here yeiterday. inter of the late Cam. Kouey, was ahot The price i 90c for July delivery and 75 ness." To give sharpest pain ami store at Crab Harrodaburg Knter- were the saluta strong hand supporting me, a I write these loss of He I much pleased with hla new locution, and instantly killed by hi uncle, John cent lor August. Itowey, about one mile from thi place, prire. ry ends proposed, and he accomplished hia words. A brave bov and man was dear and will permanently remain there. The Shelhyville Stnlintl say that the purpose, lie waa not a scholar, Joel Type of a grand manhood. A perTllE following people went from Stan- early thU morning. The weapon uted wai The mill of that town which usually buy ford to the opening hop at Crab Orchard an old muilet loaded with but what he knew he knew most perfectly, fect gentleman, true a steel, and with a have already engaged 250,000 bushel and could teach other most thoroughly. great loving heart. Ife died in a moment Spring, Friday night: Mr. Uob't Mc entire load lodged in hi neck, revering the STANFORD, LANCASTER and HUST0NVILLE, XV. Hay-de- n jugular vein. Limb wan alwaya known of wheat this year. The crop i unparalled Hi training made my dear brother by an aseassin'a hand in Jackson, MissisAlMer, MIm Maltlc McAllster, J. -- DEAI.EK IN- and Mia Cornle Cooper, Thoma Met- a a quiet boy; having gone to echool when in yield. Charley, one of the finest teacher of hi sippi, during the awful war. My earliest The Kiclimond JUgiitrr says: Gen. time, aa hundred In Kentucky well know. dearest friend, he never "went back on me" Allie Dunn, of lllriunoml, I did, I know it to be o, ami John How-e- y calfe and Miia too, waa considered tho tamo in the James S. ltunyon has a lamb lew than five In the basement or Laboratory of the old for a moment, from first to last, and no Seeds, Ittchniond Rochester, of llirmlnRham, Ala., and Mls Mamie llirch, of St. Louts, and laet few year. The allalr caused aome ex- months old that weighs one hundred and Dayton Academy, I well remember, Char- one ever filled hi place, with me. Like pounds, or one pound per day ley, assisted by Lote and myself, once un- the love of David and Jonathan, waa ours, George McAllster. citement in thi town where both parlies were known, and it wa a aad sight to see for every day the lamb ha lived. This i dertook to raise silk worms in the time a tender and true affection, "passing the LOCAL MATTERS. the mother weeping over her bor, whom, no Joe Mulhattou story. when the "Jortu Multicaului" fever raged love of woman." !ytlrpaigsw Jli;ijjassjFsjjf t "M FnuiTjAiuof allkit.d at ltelow are the ruling price for pro- the country over. Gray haired men will It i said, she almost idolited. A woman No newa lo write about the meeting. visions, Ac , In Stanford: llacon shoulders, remember it and the way men went mad We "wait patiently" that is all. The seem to have caused the difficulty." 12Jc ; hams, lCjc; sides, lCJc. Flour, $3 50 over it In 1810. Well, we took the fever; congregations, alowly, very slowly, grow Van the Lieingiton Coal Company' coal CiiAn Orchard Springs This favor- to $l.00i corn, $1.50; meal, $1.25 per bushel; Harney lent a a large unoccupied larger. Every thing "dead weight." Je-sIt ia the beat. ite resort I now In full blsst and we have oats, 85c; coffee, 12 j lo 20c, molasses, C5c Mr. lays his hand aa of old "on a few sick room; Charley atored up pocket money TllE iluffalo Mill I now prepared to do never seen trtry thing in better shape to 75c.; dried apples, 8Jc; peacties, eje ; bought silkworm egga and a look of folks" but only five have confessed for all kindt of cuttum grinding in good order than at prenent. Gen. llobinson is just new Irish potatoes, 60c. to $1 00 per bushel; and directions. Lote and I laboriously clipped soul in these ten days. The train slowly the man to restore the. place to its former Haiiius A Damso.v will keep on hand at popularity, while a better selection for butter, 20c; chece, 20c; eggs, 10c.; salt by boughs of fresh mulberry leaves to feed follows the laboring engine on a fearfully all time, Manufactured and Lake Ice for Clerk could not hav been made than 7 bushel bbl.$2. the gentle monsters who chewed from steep "up grade." But by and by the The second quarterly repor t of the morning till night and from night till apex will be reached, we shall "shut off aale. Col. John A. Fleet. The bill of fare emKansas Slate Hoard of Agriculture begin and tho "dead weight" Bhall Mu. II. C, Hupley Initit that you come brace a full variety of every thing in sea- with "Kansas Is now harvesting the larg morning. Pur worms grew apace, were steam." a "motive power." I feel sure and fettle your account with him; he needa son and the cooking ia simply superb. The est wheal crop in it history." ine aver healthy, spun lovely cocoons, ate out in change into butterfly form, mated, laid eggs by the of thi. for I trust in the "living God." the money. opening ball waa a very pleasant aflalr, age per acre is 20.C9 bushel. The acreage million on large sheet of paper prepared When the meeting grows In Interest, Dayof I I I DNT I A very acceptable rain fell yeMerday made doubly so by the untiring effort is 1,102,730, and the yield Is 30,273,711 for them. This was the ultimatum of pro ton reminiscence will wane before the DFN-AJDIDVE U never so afternoon, laying the dud, and benefiting Maj. J. Fry Lawrence, who bushels. The spring wheat crop when duction. At this point we were to get our good news of soul saving. In the blessed w.A.Q-oiisrs-, happy than when making other ao. Ow- harvested will awell this aggregate by the growing crops. money back by the sale of egga. Hut the hope of better things, Ever In Jesus, ing to the detention of tho regular Orches- about two millions. Tho report of corn Geo O. Barnes. market wa dull. The "Multicaulus" fever Miw. Kate Doddeiiaii would he very tra, Wolf A Trot' band of Lexington, prospects for the State I good; a crop of waa abating, and horror of horrors, our who are Indebted to furnished the music for the occasion, but much obliged to tltou Niter Give Up. 175,000,000 bushels being predicted. egg began to hatch on our hands. So one her if they would call and fettle. l'rof. Arnold and party arrived yesterday tf you aresufTerlog with low snd depressed spirday in lieer desperation, we lighted a fire its, loss of sppetlte. general debility, disordered of Eliler Inlrrur Journal. TllE track was laid to London Jaat and will remain on hand the balance Klkln on the 21st in the old atore, burned up all the egg blood, weak constitution, beadscbe, or snjr disstse 1 bought of Mr. the Summer. The first full dress ball of the Tliuraday and cars will be running reguof March, one sow and eleven pigs. At and quit the business. I can hear the of a bilious nature, by all inesns procure a boltlo season will be given next Friday night, Bitters. You will b surprise.! wsee larly to that point by next Monday. that lime the pig were ten day old, and poor little egg popping now, aa each one of Electric liuproTeuient that will foUowj you will to which the young folks of this and adtho rapid " in perishing uttered it feeble snapping bo Inspired with new life; strength and actllty the weight of sow and pig 130 pound Faiimkim desiring to lay In their winter joining counties are especially Invited. Mr. Klkln agreed to deliver the next day protest. We laughed hysterically In each will return! pain and misery willcesse, and hence.i.i supply of coal would do well to see tho Yesterday was the day set at Wallace' blacksmith shop, as I felt a other face and affected nonchalance, but forth you will rejolco In ths prslse of Electric ToiiNi'iKK. proprietor of Lincoln Mill. It will be Bold at 50 cents a bottl by fenny A Mc by the Magistrate to meet and determine little ashamed to drive them through this utter failure of our hope gave us a Bitten. money in their jiocket. e being in session. of Allster. sad twinge at heart. In consequence on thn proposed plko to 1'reucheraville, town, Circuit Court John William Younu, the boy who and a full bench wa in attendance. Two and other of my friends made consid- thi little unto deft we determined to make SEW ADVl.ltTISKJlfc.lTS. was ho terribly mangled aome time ngo by route have been surveyed one known as erable sport of me on account of the pur- a living in aome other way than silk culhome my wife reture. a tdiingle machine, wa yesletdur voted tho liright and the other a the Kill chase. When I reached ! We met Gov. Chaa. Anderson, on com$50 a yiar for hi support by the County and the committee to whom the mat- fused to let me keep theoi even for a few wa a regular and In daya In the back yard until I could recruit ing to Daytoo, and he Court, ter had been submitted, reported three I'roiiosals for bids for Iho erection of a de.'ply Interested listener at the Itlnk serfavor of the Hall survey, Meat. M. C. them a little, claiming tint alio UIU not building of 3 r.ms. neur the ill of the TllE muu who prtxlleted that all of the vices until he left on the 3rd Inst, lie waa brlca . win lu. lir ilia under l'orlman, W. M. Garnett and W. II. Mil- wish any body to see theui on the prem15th. ltousoys would die wllh their boot on, yearn ago, signed till IJ M Ssturdsy. Julyoffice, of Wans snd many 1'tuny a. seen t tho minor- ise. AH of ibis made mo tho more de Lieut. Governor of Ohio, iiifclBcstlooicsn bo ler, Mr. W. 1'. Grime presenting a ' jUJTO.ga- . was evidently u prophet, Another of the well remember him aa the most ticAU.er,b,...fUrd,ucFKAuLT ity report favoring the liright route. After termined to make hoga of them If It could and I blood, but not of the name, bit the dust lawyer at the Dayton bar, in my tho examination nt numerous witnesses be done. I weighed the tame now and brilliant yeterday. XJ C3-- O-- 1 JOS.SKVEUANCEj the 8th July, and the weight boyhood. He was our model of all that and speeches by Judgo Saufley and It. W. pig Mr. Dickerson, who HocLer for the liright route and J. W. waa 1,000 pounds; the average of the 11 waa eloquent and heroic. Boya are great IIiioke IItn Ann. Jrlowvrx, HoHpcrH, , HulUy IMowm, had recently returned from the Asylum to Alcorn and W. II. Miller for tho other, the pig being 71 lbs, Some of my friend "hero worshlppen," and we worshipped Boylo County Urniii for Sale! , r CiiltlVHteni, hi home at Crab Orchard, fell a few day Court by a vote of 8 to 5 decided lu favor would doubtlesi like to know the stock; I him. Shalt I ever forget how he used to StrHW'C'iillCTH, on end, In hla A lirm of 130 AC11E3 of terr rlrb ago and broke hi arm, the bono ooming of the majority route and appropriated am reminded of what old John liright said make my very hair stand UmkIhi'm, MtU'lllllOH HHtl ill his lofty lsud lying tlox to 1 good plkra, IS mllm . freiu thrilling appeal to the jury, or out and penetrating the ground. $600 per mllo for building it. A covenant who kept an inn where John liright live. su sieiieiii liaatui. m cultivation, urinuuuiuwu. tiuubetl ststa of llu a umI well And other Implements and Maohincry, We buy exclusively from Manufacturers, weary traveler atopped flight of rhetoric and eloquence? The M. was entered into by tho persona along the There were town cottage of 6 rooms, a good birn with sheds, lc- e lots, and consequently obtain the largest discount and d wa a most favorIt la pretty well settled that Col. A. direct, for cash, in Dayton bous sou oiuer ouiuousw, guua nu, route to furnish the remainder of the in one evening, who seeing tome nice fat old Goods at Reasonable Prices post lowest rates of freight. Our motto is i "First-clas- s Swopo I to be the republican nominee kludsoffrull. II Is excellently to hog running round, asked Mr. liright ite resort for us boy, and waa alwaya a tndrsllaudslouefeuie. Then Is abundsneoof money necessary to build tbo road and the Best is always the Cheapest." Respectfully, for (joyernor at the next election. He la they would treat when Charley Anderson had the wateron the preuilsmfor all purposes Iroui flu complete It by Oct 1st 1X38, free, of debt. what stock they were, saying Is on ol the uott that liefer Btanfotd.Ky. a good,speaker am' oau bold his own pretfloor, lie I the same loveable, genial, springs and desirable fall. This lbs Co. I'rlce.l M per GEO. D. forms In lertlle who have taken atock will meet like to secure aomo of them. The old genty wen In debate, but he'll hardly ever be Those i wiiu ishtsh. , brilliant man a then, lie tire, liiircasu, liiliucmu GHKLN A WILMAMM, Diclaimed the hogs were aome of the W. Ii. WITIIBIIN. tleman here on July Ult, when a board of AimlT toT.T. DAVltsV or W. II. MILLElt, Managers Huitonrtll Depot Mansgtr LaactM Depot. Governor of this proud old they manifested surprise and reside now near Eddyville, Ky., a large BUnlora, Ky. rector and a President will be elected. II eel-ti- icy. INDUCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY ! Dic. 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. Gome and see ROBT. S. LYTLE. Respectfully, me. e H. G. RUPLE7, O JL. nrit-cla- ii Sunday-school- E. T TA.IX0 STAWJF01tI, ICY., flril-du- Comprises Everything that is Blew, (lre, Camp-meetin- Semi-Week- ly McALISTER t BRIGHT, com-par- I.sn-cart- Hi. Asapli Block, - - Stanford, Kentucky. Ki-a- e y c5 OO. school-ioom- PIANOS AND ORGANS NO. 66 WEST FOURTH S )5c I, CINCINNATI, Beliool-hous- I bard-woo- Elegant Parlor recti-pera- and and Wat-terso- n 1 head-iiiarte- ri JOHN CHURCH com-plete- st t, first-clvr- a GEO. D. WEAREN, Grain, Wool, Orchard Grass and buck-aho- t. 140,-00- 0, other forty-seve- n "A ' Fl. "OT ami3rc3- A. Gr O Wal-lac- aur-ve- y, Notice to Contractors a oue-sto- rivit B Es Cvf CorH-ShellerllHy-Pri'HHi'- - D NcIf-ItlHtUT- Hiij-lJaUe- Farm Jar-sIlK- Corn-lMiuiU'r- n, IlHi-rouN- blue-gra- ss 'lbrek- Court-hous- car-loa- WEAREN, whole-souled- New York is the most populous of JIMrHJUiVN JIOUNJU! Cincinnati, New Orleans f KTHODIST.HOUTir.-ttKV- .J. H. Bl, Tat tho prcttiost girl intJTe car, and.lfirid tho Slates; containing about ono tenth it 1 tor. tVrvlrrafTar'MiinilaTmorntniamlnlinl. & Texas Pacific BTiWrOlD St KURT rMvarMrtllngaThiimlar nlibta. Huu.Urtkhool of tho entire population of tho Union, tag it wasn't, ho put' his nmnio-boatHOO A. H. J. H. Mma, Anparlnlrmlfnt. Th STMiTFOIlX), 3C3T. in tho rack and braced himtolf for but it has not tho densest population LANCASTER, Womin'a Mlaalnnarf Hwlalv mrrta brra on tha lit KENTUCKY Hund j In rath month, at 1 o'clock. Mri. T. T. solid enjoyment. day," The Census Bureau reports that tho "Pleasant Tuesday Morning, - - July 11, 1882 Davlma, irltlrnt. said tho girl, coming for him before number ot squaro miles In tho ltcpuu W I .A. 033 X 33 I BAITIHT. J. M. Iiaurn, pMlor. HtrvIrM JOHN T. UKXIINS, lMtOritlKTOII. anil I'nurtli Sumlavt, raornlnf and ho could set his toucuo unkinked. lie, not including tho I ml inn Tcrrito In rflVrt Junt . Mtt. ntxht, Mrtln arrrr WnlnUr Just Like a Woman. "Most bewildering day, isn't It?" ry and somo unorganized tracts, is 2,HunJ.y fthonl at C 10 A. . Ik K. Harrow CINCINNATI MOimiKHN DIVISION. A riKST - CLASS HOTEL First Probably thomoat tibfruslcri 8iitlnlrnilrnt. "Ye yes, miss," stammered tho drum- U00.170. Tho itopulation in 1880 Day Ann Nit uMla lllllifflAK.-Wor.hlp in Now York is ono In every particular, Th patronage ol lh hflhi nmtrwilon'av V.x. IU. young gcntlcmiin STATIONS. mer. Ho wasn't in tho habit of play- was 50,155,773, or 17.29 per squaro A.M. P.M. P.M. C fry IxiM'a iliiv. Irrarhln(lir ir. J, v, fV)i coniiectcd Willi n largo ury gown on Klrit anil ThIM ing pitcher in this kind of a match, mile. But in Ithodo Island tho pop. aollellrd. (ml aatlihctlon guinnlrr.l. tara. Runilar Hchool IT?.. S 0 S 49 at f IS. Joa, Piirrlnlrnlrnl. S4 I.f. rjiutnnall....... store This is why. work. and the position of pitchor didn't fit illation is 251.87 per souaro mile, iu V " nrorgrtown ...... VI Bll IIIV I UW1IVTKIIIAN, KOUTII-lta- T. I. H. Mr Kl". Second Homo lime ngo tho wife of What a wondrous life, and bow him ns tight as bis pantaloons. "Nico Massachusetts 221.78, in Now Jertoy II M S40IIM rov. lMor. Kiitht.T Rrhoot at John .Vl.l.ot.itfllc n prominent politician an cstiniaulo much of tho world's movements, its weather for traveling," continued tho 171.7.1, iu Connecticut 128.52, nud in on Itl VltltM luint, Hiirwrlntrnlrnt Union I'rarrrIn.Martina W. " 111(11 HfMM. z...::. ni iei47 lady, and naturally a great stickler joys and its sorrows, its light and its girl; "much ulcer than when it was Now York 100.71. Our State, there" Dantlllt " M" I M arid l " JiHullen Ut jr. II for faslifon, especially m she began darkness, tho record of events trans cold. Aro you perfectly comfortable?'' fore, ranks fifth in density of popula - rvHHtftai W) .. 120 .Hutu .St., .Sliiiiforri, Ky. IVInt llurmlTa. . life at a hotel, but not as n guest s0 a.m. ai STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, piring during tho westward march of "Oh, yes, thanks," murmured tho tion, and thcro is an indication of n ltokwo.t . TtOlvSSSiAK mado up her mind to purchoso a cam- empire, mo iiiuo uuiiu which ten ui drummer. .m ija "Glad of it," resumed tho future grcatucss of which but few UMln Oil . IIHflTBT WTANIOItlt, KY., Arr CliIUnea . '"loaa 91 so el's hair shawl of the first water. broken homes, of somebody's honor girl, cheerfully. "You dont look so. havo prupably thought in the fact that JOHN DINWIDDIE.PKO'R. A.M. II'.M I'M Third Accordingly sho prepared or disgraco, of death's cntranco in Let mo put my shawl under your it has room for so many more inhabS, 5, WINE, at too; l.tr. ChaHaimnt..,. 4l$?i- for a shopping campaign, and invited households, or of happiness reigning head, wont you? Hadn't you rather itants. Tho population of tho Disei'fttw atr OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 4 T 49 Id na S ar n young gentleman, who know tho as an umluturucd visitor, ol crimo sit next to thu window nhd bavo mo trict of Columbia is C2,0G0.-1ltawwl. per I'olot lltuawMr ropes, to accompany her. " (femmrt..... Z'Z".'. ii A.it inm riiiHLvar&V I Monumrnta, punished and unpunished, of business dctcribo tho laudscapo to you? "No, cquaro mile. w jHMtlm City fl T.I.IMt, Ar. Fourth This young gentleman improvement, of battles and their please," ho murmured; "1 I'm doing Macaulay's lugubrious prediction, BOARD, 92.00 PER DAY. Danvllt and bloody results, of political parties and well enough. went to a friend in the shawl-lin" tilth mile... W.lUr Work that when wo havo n population of "M S 4M .- M m I of all almlar, Accommodation to Commercial " KHtietMvtne .. T."".. I said unto him. "I'm going to bring their rise and downfall in short, how 11 "Can I buy you somo peanuts or a 200 per square mile, our Government Special 7a 4 in m '"'-ti 7srm niatlr "ll- U4fM Travelers. 7 S, 0 " OttWitrfewii ami Mrs. IM ma hero tomorrow to buy a many of tho happenings of this and book? Let me do something to make vtiil go to pieces, is not generally re. k(KrTO of 9 fiA IMbbbWX tib! iCSbHK Arr. Ulnrmntt! fat lion " camel's hair shawl. She wont think other countries have trod upon his tho trip happy! Suppose 1 slip my garded with other interest than curiVlaaW VbIb i. LiaaV-?lm At.AIUMA (IIIKAT HOimiUItN. i "'" '"v,..?.V.: it a cowl one unless it costs her a brain whilo marshaling into columns arm around your walsll .lust lean osity by Americans; but wcro it n Baggage Transferred Free of Charge vaiB lajmmapar-aaT ........ Biairaii" 00 .fTVfTFaBKZLBBfcaM. I.ta. ChTl a nv good deal of money. You under- tho speaking metal which told tho sto- forward a trifle so I can?" "You'll on demonstrable fact, it would have no Ithave recently taken charge of thlihouas .Miana im 'r"JacJl.BMan?'WBW tion. a.IJr-ir- VMa " " lttnulBnUiM., S IS I" stand s ry; and, if placed in lino, what prin- you'll have to excuse me!" gasped tho imraediato terror for this people. and Intend to have JU " ThiaaWia ... , Fifth The salesman said bo did, ter can make an estimato of tho num- wretched drummer; "I I dont think There wcro 00,019 immigrants who I0OO Arr. JlMl.lUn. accommodations. :. and went to tho head of his firm, and ber of miles of typo ho has mustered you really mean it!" "You look so arrived at Custlo Garden Just month, .. i Mr. MfflJUn iJROWNi " TttHahwM.... 10 . . . said: "There's a lady coming" hereto into service, giving five days per week tired," sho pleaded; "wouldn't you .but wero tho rata of immigration to I I " IllimlnsbiHi.. lit Ml A Italia buy a camel's hair shawl ... and five thousand ems daily as his liko to rest your head on my shoulder? remain tho same, it would requiro sea i ... Arr. Cnwamnpi. . .. ... and I think I can soil her ono at n avcrago work during his sixty-thre- e No one will notice. Just lay your moro than 500 years to givo tho counVICK8IIUIIO A.VH MimilllAN. high prico, because she is a parvenue, years with tho craft? head down and I'll tell you stories." try a population of 200 per squaro l.va. Mrfkllau 1010 and wont nppreciato it otherwise. " 1'orr.t. . And yet his mind is active, though "No no, thanks! I wont today! mile. Tho population of Germany is J IS STANFORD. KY. " llriixlnn . .. I4A How much of a margin can I work the body is failing, as may bo seen by I'm very comfortable, thank you!" now 205 per squaro mile. It conveys " Jarkan..... ... tIM onf bVcause I want to make something his tottering footsteps as he walks and the poor drummer looked around a vivid idea ot the futuro magnitude Arr. . .. ... S for 'myself?" "Well," said the boss, daily, alike in tho stormy or pleasant hopelessly . "Your scarfpin is comiug of this nation to say that wheu its E. II. BURNSIDE, - Propr. Lvr.VTrl!Uij..... " Jartwi ... .. ... .... . I ..., .... sat "It's a SGOO shawl: any thiug you weather, from the offico to bis homo out. Let me fix it. There!" and sho deuiity ot population is cqunl to that " llraoden !)M .. ..... II -can get above SG50 you can have. ." MrrMlan with tho proprietor of the Gazelle. arranged it deftly; "at tho next sta ut Germany, tho United States will This Old and Woll - Known Arr. lrr.t .j . ... SS Uotol Still Maintains its Sixth Next day, when Mrs. Now tho withered arm moves slowly tion I'll get out and get you a cup of havo 594,53 1,950 inhabitants, not inVICKSHUKt), KllllKVKlMltr AND I'AUII'tO. High Imputation, called, the salesman showed her tho but surely on its way to tho boxes of tea, and when wo nrrivo at our desti- cluding the ludiau Territory and soma TA Ltr. VkkiUuf AND shawl. "What is the prico?" Tho his case, but no amount of persuasion nation you'll let me call on you?" nut! tracts now unoccupied. IWia. New York it is .... Its Proprietor is Determined that Arr. Monro IM lady's companion winked at the sales- is sufficient to cause him to part com- she smiled an anxious prayer right up Mail. it Shall be Second to no Country Mr. Monro... man and noiselessly pointed to tho pany with tho types with which ho into his pallid countenance. "1 think 40 " IVIta ... Hotel in the State in its Fare, Sly Ou) IIousi:. Anent "Tho 2 40 roof as if to say, "put it on steep l" has communed so long. His work is I'll go uway and smoko," said tho Arr. Vltitlmri. Appointments, or Attenbut tho young salesman was afraid correct, and his ability to decipher drummer, and hauling down bis grip Blues," I have heard a charming sto- JOHN MX)TT. V. P. ami tlm. Man Cln. Koi, tion to Comfort of ll'y, Itnrtnnatl, Ohio! It. P. WIOON.O. V. an. I sho wouldn't stand the pressure and bad manuscript is better than the av sack, he made for the door, knee deep ry "lucrative of tho wonderful intel their Quests. nitOWVS 1HO.V UITTnitS nro I. A tin. Hon. It'r. Clnrlnnatl. II i II. Clll.l. ligence of some horses. ho replied huskily : "Seven hundred erage. Ono evening nitAN.O. P. A. A . II. 8. lt'y. Callana,Tron. a certain euro fAr nil iIImcohou in the grins showered around him by KaiK(r "III be ronvrvrd to aad from tkrdrptt J. IIAItltr. O P. A V. A M I IfT, V TtV.tMr, roqiilrliin n complrlo tonlot enpo the officer ou guard, hearing a noise frrr ofrh.rar. vpreul arremmoilatloaa to MIm.: JOK P. itrtlUIItlkll. and fifty dollars I" "Is that the best A P. .Like nearly all printers, his life his fellow passengers A. H'y, Monrtie, !.a. tofomnirrrlalTravelrra. The liar nlUbe you - have?'1 "The very best, mad- has been a restless one. Ho has him"Strange," murmured the girl to iu tho stables, concluded that a horto IVti'i-M- , AVmit ur ApiKMltr. alnafa .applied villi Ik eholrrtt am." "Well, I will speak to my self been a publisher in threo States, the lady in tront of her. "I only did must havo got loose. Ho thcreforo braid of I.lqaora aad CUara. Ijixm orKtrciiKlli, Kirk of lUxcrtzr, husband about it." "You infernal and theintenorof hundreds ot offices with him just what ho was making went with a Corporal of tho guard, etc. Knrlclio.H tlio IiIikmI, xttviiKtti-riCONDENSED TIME. idiot," hissed her escort to the sales- where ho has worked is familiar to ready to do witb me, and, big nmi nud, looking through a keyhole saw now tho imiHclr, anil ActM llku n man as they went out, "you didn't him, as are also tho names of com- strong as ho is, ho couldn't stand it. 1 an old troop horso lilting up the lid of llfb to tho ill;-tlvchnriu mi tho ask her enough!" orunnis E rades at the case, and of prominent really think women have stronger n corn bin and munching away nt tho rcinovlun nil ilji'iitlo Hyniptoni, Seventh When tho lady went men in all these places. He has set a stomachs than men, and, besides that, oats. Tho officer rattled tho door by Mich nx IukIIiik llio fixxl, Itilcliln, home and told her husband he said : worthy example for printers, for du- thero isn't any smoking car for them mistake. The old charger instantly Bucmioii la Daufhrrty A llolmri, it.iii.ito.ii i.ini:. llrut In tint Kloiniu'ti, lli'iirtbiirn, "My dear, Alderman 's wife has ring his sixty-thre- e years' journey ho to fly to for refuge. I don't under- cocked his cars, stolo back to his stall, rto. Tho only Iron one she paid SI, 000 for at 's. I has never been a bummer or a dead- - stand the thing." But she settled artfully slipped his head back into his NTAXI'OHI. - - KENTUCKY, 1 KAINM ( HIM) S'dU. II. thntxilll not Mni'Urii llio tivtli or Hold lay nil DriiK-KllKlvo lirnilni-lii'- . Kx Hun. truesu you had better go there." "Well, beat, and he deserves from the craft of back contentedly all the same; and at halter, and awaited events us if nothill aril 17 1MJ. MAXcrACTVBKri or nt $I.(M) u IkiIHo. I will, only I did like tho Iowa a golden stick and rulo. To a convention of drummers held in the ing had happened. Seeing this, tho Lvr. Ulchiuoihl....w...H.. IMiu llltOWN CHKJIICAIi CO. " Ijmra.irr ...w.. 80" pattern of the one I saw to day." him type setting has become a second smoke that morning it was unanimous- officer and Corporal, pretending to bo 7 10 " " l.'r iion...-- .. Itiililinnn-- , I1. Eighth Next day the lady called nature, and to deny bim the privilege ly resolved that her seat was engaged, deceived, after looking round tho sta- - Fine Carriages, Buggies, " 1 an (Hfciinl..... ' fmtMte I- llt.i .'I I . rill,.' .rr mAr fr, k. W" . s ..J ! h.1. . I. 1.1 ha. IT t.lM . at the other store and encountered a jvoultl be to hasten tho death which is so far as thoy were concerned, for the Dies, went, out again, oj soon. Howifmt " 8nr t BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. salesman of a more Napoleonic char- not now iar 'I u 'aJaio.ton.. balance of tho season. -- Chicago Times. ever, as the horse heard tho lock turnin tho future. no m " " M it in acter. "This shawl is 8950," ho said, ed upon them, bo slipped bis halter . u 1VIMMI... . years and ten For nearly in so " N II .. It l p III London Police Force. "is about tho best we have you see, Grandpa Prescott has sat by the jar and attacked tho corn bin again. AfJainVj . It " Air. Some idea of tho size of London can ter this the crafty old warrior was 'C it isn't exactly the season." "I saw ring loom of life, watching its tireless J Id Jt JUOM'Oflu. "l ..J i rs " t'"u London Figaro. one at s yesterday that 1 liked wheels eo round, as life's loves and be gained by tho fact that there are firmly secured. very much, but it was only 8750, so hates, its bones and fears, its cood 11,000 policemen in that city. They TUAIN'a (K)l.N(l feOUTII. There has lately occurred a decide it can't have been good. I want a and evil are wound up in the warp of are nearly all on regular "beats," Tlaacil I, l&St. H. ND, Tho ac-- c chaugo in tho sardine business. real good one." The sympathizing late, ine wheels move on and tbe however, and their movements nre Mr. ''"'"'I-IMim irately timed by tho young ruffians fish have suddenly and unaccountably salesman drew her out for a few mo- shuttles fly as tho soiled and the beau ,,., ,, l.vr. m.h&m SYMPTOMS OF A J OS p m " CrabOrahin!.... M ments and then reflected that they tiful threads are alike gathered and who movo about tho metropolis in disappeared from tho coast, and iu 4 IS Arr. UiltHtiion . . consequence thereof, all tho factories hud one shawl left that they wero go- wove in. But ere long the wheels search of plunder. A writer in tho AND Mr, Ijinratfrr ..... .... 1H Lo of Appetite, Ilowela co.tlvo. l'ain in Arr. KlriiiHoml. .0 " ing to send up to Mrs. Vanderbilt, will weary, the shuttles falter, and the Vail Mall Gazelle, in describing their aro standing idle, and tho operatives tho Head, with a dull aenaatlon In the found on the streets looking for back part. Pain under the bhoulder and that perhaps it had not yet left loom stand still in that mysterious si operations, says tho gang do not con- aro , blndo, tullneaa nfler eatln jc, with a PULLMAN PALAOE CAH8 to exertion of body or the store. So he dispatched a trusty lenco which nwaits the old veteran at fine thefr operations to secluded thor- work. Lack of fish makes a vast dif- WAGONS OF ALL KINDS. Irritability of temper. low aplnta.mind. with ference iu tho business of the town. . MoMIr, Monlgworry, Hoc-messenger to get it. a fooling: of having ne elected aomocluty. the case, and whoso reward will be oughfares; they affect crowds,, and tiro To most ot tho inhabitants it is their We manufacture Carriages of all tlWrlptlont, To MeMphl'. Mltlo Nrw and Wearlnoia, Uitxlue.a. I'lutterlruc at tha much given to frequenting the centers Ninth The trusty messenger sped better than a golden stick and rule. woftUnto anl uilntf Kmlfrant. InTriaa have llielrelielroef tworontro' employing only Heart, DoU belors the eye. Yellow Hkln, raitrrlal, ami iclt at reasonable via MfiupMiur via Nrw Oilraoa. Time Much of traffic. Tho stranger who strolls living, their all. Scarcity of fish also only ttytt, workmaoihlp an.l material cooilj-eredown stairs and over to the rival esHeadache Kenerally over the right eye. Council Bluffs (Iowa) Nonpareil. quick. r and rate lower than by any otbrr lteatleaaneaa. with fitful dreama, highly aflects very sensibly tho storekeepers, figure j It J down White chapel on Saturday night tablishment and got tho shawl, and IIYIU:. IMlTUIIi.It TV route. It la alaothe colored Urine, and Curious Partial Loss of Memory. will uotice that he is surrounded at as whin the factories are running the salesman asked the lady $1,100 CONSTIPATION. OUIOKEST, CHEAPEST AND BEST An English scholar, during a holi- some part of his journey by rough trade is good, but wheu they are closfor it, and she took it at once, saying TUTTH TILLS aro riprrlallfmUptrcl to day excursion in thellartzMountains, looking youths, who In their utter un ed the stores present almost as desertIloutr to all lBla InMluunrl. Kanau, lllloot.. ur)imf,oniwltt- - rfTertt uchn chanc that .the pattern was very much like Indiana, Iowa, NrbrMlia, Colorado. ArkaniaaAs nf frrllnx n tn mlfiiiUli lti ufTrrrr Only una rhin( to Chirac, Ht liwli and Mit. the one she had seen the day before, subjected himself one day to a severe concern have a habit of jolting against ed an appearance as tho factories. Ther Iiirrfiu lltf Apprlllr.ttiU raiu tb For further lfefiutln about liektfa to tha which produced a him without making the usual apolo- this same condition of affairs prevails n txKlr u Tnk U Umi th ril-tbut any one could seo it was a much physical strain, fouth, KanMf, Ceiorado, an I a tyrant ratri to nunrUlir.. R f t'lrtlt. r Tnnl? Artlon on ih a Florida, V. I. A'l'.VIDIt I'., superior article. And the salesman singular mental disturbance. He was gies. If he stands beforo a shop win- all along the coast, it is impossible to lllsrilr Ontin, IIvlnr tHlfMlhL,ftr . Y. 1'r U l ntx OA )turrmj and Tlrk.t Agt., Lmilavllle, Ky Urn. modestly replied that it was evident on his feet from morning till night, dow ho will probably receive a push foretell when wo shall see a revival in OrP. J. Anthony, A(t nianlord. Ky. business. sardine Eastport she wag' a judge of camel's hair and in the course of the day's wander- from behind, and whilo he is looking the ings, made arduous ascents, taking no around his watch will disappear. (Me.) Sentiuel. shawla.'l -rest, and THE NEW ROUTE EAST, Gray Itilaon Wiil.rm. rbanard toaOuiaar 3 TenthBut tho other salesman is At night, neither eating nor sleeping. Should he discover his loss and essay A clergyman in Maryland recently HLArK by aainclrapplieallonof ihlaliVK. IllmV vs ATrfVi when ho reached a place to chase tho thief, tho unconcerned a ualural culor. acta ln.Unlaueuualy, Ikd4 lJ mad! received an anonymous letter containr lniCKt.u,or acnt by eiprraa on roelit of II. where he could supply his needs, he looking youths will step quietly in his w mew yobk, ing ten dollars. Afterward another A Queer Surgical Cast. orrirnu mill rfv..u ubn.iiM ui was unable, to his great astonishment, way, and when he stumbles "against Ula. BUU4 IUI M .aIMUM.f The celebrated Vienna surgeon, to recollect a single word of the Ger- them, savagely inquiro "who he's a- - anonymous communication was received as follows: "Please pray for n Prof. Billroth, has at present in his man language, although he ordinarily shovin'." THE DISEASES OP The Detective family so given up to dissension and YOUTH nnd MANHOOD hospital a case which will shortly cro-at- spoke it with lluency. ilia memory E some seusatiou in the medical did not fail otherwise, and he recalled How he WAS Cuued. Says the hard thoughts all nre unhappy. ACUIDn TO HEALTH WITH- UUI MLUILINt Kfiniihlirnn ? "Ypai-Ono of his patients has been perfectly all the incidents of the day. SnrinrrfipM world. ntrn Worldly caro has driven out peace and AI'IIVdtllANin 1J Vellirrieme llull't STril'l TIM'. ONLY I.t.M: ItUXXIXH iot.nu in the habit for the last six years of As soon as he hud thoroughly rested, there was a pauper at the almshouso ,ove nml on,y Goi who can chatigo with !ruia. viurcItook ami aiubt bui a, l ilil. "rinsiug" his stomach daily. This his German returned to him complete- - who was always on the point of com tho heart, can raako a chango oi tho Uuiiki. auu circinn urn iiuuh 1 rracriniiona irro manipulation, one of tho wonders ot bum, KhliU II riputcs. Prico Slit.. Addrna mittiog suicide, much to tbe annoy conduct mid the disposition. Pleao would interpose in their! THE PUBLISHER, Doi 334, Milwiakee. Wli. modern therapeutics, consists of in is probable that such temporary nnce ot all me peopio wuo nau any pray that He WITH It serting a tube into the stomach thro' aberrations of memory are more fre thing to do with him. Finally the behalf." Pullman Sleeping Coaches ! tho gullet, and pouring lukewarm, or quent than is commonly supposed; and City Physician invited him to ride The revenue of the United States It li 11m eonenrrrnt fr .timonr nt tho nnhlla medicated water through tbe tube by that they may help to accouut for to town ono day, and on tho way tho from itH mails is now greater than amltlieiniilicaliiruftasioii, that Iloatttttr' RELIABLE SELF-CUB- E means of a funnel, till the stomach is some of the otherwise unaccouutahle pauper remarked, "Doctor, please that ut Great lirituin, and is almost btomucli llllti-r- (a n imilu nir i lilrh nchlrvra From LOUISVILLE A ft v or It nrwirrlntlon ef on of lb rcaulta airilily fill, Ihi.n.Uk-l- ami brnlgn. full. .Then, by simply lowering the failures of men in responsible places to give me a few cents to buy some ur equal to the liriiish recepts from mail mot notwl and lb uccfulot prtlUn In tb U. H. llolilu rrctlf)lui; llvtr ilirurilrr. It liiTlmr-ate- a cur .nowrvtlrvd. tot rrtmm t9HUtitt tlui ft t Lie, ronin ra ki.tiit-- j ami blailiUr tout end of the tube to the waist, a siphon do their duty. An engineer, or (enic, I wiitit to make an cud f my- ami telegraph combined, tho Ad comniaiiita, aim iia.tina in UruiiUUcaaaU.U To WASHINGTON, IoIJfiMhoof.lf'fl(fiau4ieMiv. UiilUaatAitatoTtaOtk. is formed, and the stomach is etup switchman, or signalman, whose hours self." uia- of uioap rtcuvvriiii; irum Then the doctor replied. n is to be congratulated .VIdrM DR. WARD & CO.. Uili.ti Ma. Morruvrr . It l tho graud ajKcUlo ratra. tied. The patients who undergo this of labor are excessive; who has been "That a the reason why I asked you upon ita great achievement of keeping w fevrr ami ngui-thuouuiitiii: 1'ut lule by all DnitfKltta ami Dealer operation Btiflsr mostly from chrouio nervously exhausted by domestic anx- to take a ride. I shall take you expenditure within its revonuo, and generally. Grandest Scenery in America! caturrah of the digestive organs. The iety or bereavement; or who has crim down to my office and put u couple of yet succeeding in giving the people process is so simple that they soon inally wasted his strength by dissipa drops of n certain acid ou your better mail facilities than they ever IlMtefk. IMrMlltl JMMttaflt Orlf Cunnectlog direct In P.nn. Deut fur VWiiMrM, tarrUr MyplklUlU m Slrrrwrlai learn to perturm it unaided, and this tiou or lost his sleep byuu wise frol- tongue. It will kill you iu less than hail before. MUkUftf AtTrftl prllaf lrrla L R. R. was the case with the above mention- icking, is liublo at any moment to half a minute, and I shall tell the Baltimore,Philadelphia&ll. Y. by fin ed patient. Uufortuuutely for him, forget the simple duty upon tho right people that you died in a fit. Then Some wueacro has invented a long iu. AdilrrM, Illl. IIUTTH. I . Hlk Ut, M. U.U, U The Only Direct Line to TlIK llOST PWinAULE UOUTK T- Ohe had nqt thought it necessary, or performance ot which may han tho tho city will bury you in cood hane." cloak, under which a woman can KaTAIILIKIII.il Ott.lt T1IIHTV KAlia. did not possess tbe meaus of purchas- safety of hundreds. If it were not for The pauper waited to hear no more, in a sleeping car without danger Virginia ami the CaruliiiiiH. HARRIS REMEDY C0..Ii;o.o'IAi. ing a new tube, but contented himself tbe fortunate circumstances that rou- - but jumped from the wagon and of being seen. If this folly should be' ph Tlcketa Ticket Officea, mA : .1. ..?... I with meudmg and patching, and tyBB IPROF.IiARRIS'PJlSTIUERtWDr tor the woods, ills lips come fashionable, it would not be a Anil dctiJrJly lha 1'opultr Iloulr, airorJInj, aa It and at thaare on aale at prlntljwl A (). Hallway, i.i :.. .L. ' bolted General dltlreorihat'. uiiouuiiea uevuiuu eu nruugm niiu iub Wk mini Hit defective parts with thread. The organism that men will perform them wero sealed forover nfter on tho sub- particle of fun for a haudiomo woman iloea, leaacbauieaanU aujtrlor accuinuiCHlalToiia to at It 10 Mint jlntiiNlrcrl, l.nllUt lllr. ing froa hrw ftitJ fbtllaaVl tlttblU rr4Htf inevitable look place. A portion oi automatically, tho overtaxing of men's ject of suicido. wim.i& eaWI araJ. BaiLrkl aaul LtkfttwU tut4 to travel iu tho slcupitig-car- . a Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, For further Information, J. C. KIINST, aajll. J flenrral boutbwaitern Agent, Loulailllo. the tube, measuring eight iuobea at energies by corporate selfishness, or Tk Ukw4r tlptl .pUUllM fe.l(lAWUlftBeN.U).9s anil Weit. fact. If you k.I(tMicklf iiw.arf, kfMUwrt)cawi,l9ka,t Thero is n boy iu Columbia couuty, The North, Korlhwratany illmtlon,Inyour lnlerr.1 ). A Wisconsin firm has just closed a least, remained iu his stomach, and be individual misfortuuo or folly, would trip In rontanirlatea w.sjutii, i. w. Fiii.i.rii. contract for a patent process for the N. Y., who has living n great great will lie Leal arrrril by purrbatl ng your tlckrU via O.li'l Manairr, fleu'l Pax'r A;'i. is now awaiting Prof. Billroth's decis- more Mft Ui dwfw 4U4 mXm itit mi MtaJ4 m t(ilkkika, K.C. anj ClDelnnall. ITraluaracli way i; Pullfrequently result in disaster. manufacture of whisky from the grandfather, three man Palace an; IXirant New Day Coirhea, aud ion as to tho best means of treatment. Scientific American. naiHlMiutly furulahed Kecllnlnj Ctaalr Caralorm 825,-00- 0 two and two smoke of burning wood, and n The skillful surgeon ' still hesitating of Ihla Old Ilellalila, tha uneualed a If that boy doesn't thereby niaklu culnuenll Ihla lluu one ol plant is being laid down for tho grandfathers. trip over The Southern cow pea is planted or between the two courses open to him; If you want a strictly First-Clas- s Buggy or pleasure. Try It. comfort and he must cither attempt to extract tho sowed about tho same as corn. It distillery at Bernuwood, in Shawnee know tho tasto of preserves, be is not is claimed that six gallons uwako to his advantages. TIMETABLE. IN KrTKOf MAY II.JI82. intruder through the oesophagus, with yields usually from fifteen to twenty county. It Phaeton at Reasonable Prices, call on or fclJUTII. fTfb. i ' "i Ko. l. 7 Ko."ii. the help of gastroscopy, or he must bushels to the acre, aud is very whole- of whisky can be made from ono cord In MEitcANmi: Impuoviuient. of wood. This will probably sun 1878 one resort to gastronomy. Meanwhile the some nud nourishing, both for individ8 00 am 2 a p iu S SO p ui address I.ve. Covinifton man to every seventy-tw41 a iu 4 VO p lil 7 40pu Falmouth uals and stock. The vines can be cut plant tho old method by which tho engaged iu trade failed. enjoys a good appetite. Tbus far iu " Cynlbiaua .. 10 50 a w 5 27 p IU fatient Life. 06 p UI 11 X I iu ' aud cured for bay. but this must be "sperits" wero made entirely of 1882 only ono man to every ono hun Arr. Parla Co., IilBglou.., i; if i iu 7 00 p IU, cigar stubs and dishwater. done wheu it is in blossom, as the Lve. Iiloifton .... 1 so p Ul 7 DO pu twenty-eigh- t has tailed. Ibis dred and a a IIoiisi: Sotsu. Yesterday a poor Iahvab toil I nrilmhln iff in Mm liirn if 2 26 i ui i 20 p ui Arr. Wtuthetlrr.. Syracuse Courier. 60 p Ul Ut. Sterling. 3 10 p ui Tho cashier of the Palmer House, shows progress. o u norse wnc.se master nau neglected 8 & 0 Fublio Lauding, Cincnnati, cut ttter Broadcasted thickly on in 7 !W p u 12 91 il Ul " Aabland Hand fur cat.lotjuV I&3.U mm, and wno was suilering Irom a ferior soil and plowed under wheu Chicago, is a woman; two others also " IluDlliinton ui 1 10 a ui 8.03 An Irish married woman, uged 18, T; 1 i hand-som- o lame joint, hobbled into King & blossoming, thoy make excellent man-uri- havo responsible positions at no. MoHili. ko. i. mi.i. ou her way to Scrantou, Pa., added salaries; other women are cm- - three to tho number of t .i Urotlier's grocery store in Home, Ga., KaV..tf "J'J" ; "T.??T?rr.. , JJ'JL' rj aaaaayaawaaaaiauM AcGMhlnnttonofPro Huntlnxtou. matter, and while growing deIIOiiu 1IHaui .. passengers on Lva. AahUud 7 OS a iu 40 a iu tcKtiitevf tti'H, I'rrurittn nloved bv tho nronrictor to collect his tho train. They wero all mrls, strong aud discovering that he was in the stroy weeds'and protect the soil. Two Itarkund l'hiihuruin " MLttterllDg 11 H a ui S St a ui a Mjtilu6f9 JoriH 'HiC wrong pew, as quick as his feeble crops plowed uuuer, followed by tho rents and look after his moiioy. 12 20 p iu 0 II a ui . " Wlnabeattr and healthy. am onlu$rriMtnttton of iron Arr. liloifton .. It p iu 7 00 a in strength would carry him went into application of lime, is said to fit land ttitit will not blur km the 2 (JO ii m 7S0au SUFFKII InTEMECM TlIK HltlUllTMT UOG.jued-ul- s I.V.. lMllll(tSU.... Tliirty-eoveof the Grant teethau rhttruttrrlatitot 2 U p iu the next door, Dabner it Feuuer's to receive clover. Parla Farm and Garden. Moht. Young men who have lead u Ufa nthrriron prrimmttonm. 2 SO p Hi U 00 a ui " Cyntblana... will be distributed in Pennsylvania, . drugstore, aud showed by his uctions a ofexcesj and diulpalion, inform! (iivo .I lu lur I rtu in tt iml iu mi ixisrrttuiuur ii Hatuuwtb. .. 4 49pbil0 0ftaiii OSOim 1 Uu L.. I Jill UAUrtU i J' IMUMI-(i iw. niwiiiiiY.ifniimtJiclne Lati ucr t und auriiUD lo fel.titua rcsutii liut im, lUkTtu will go to Arr. Uuvlogton.... IS p will 41 a iu 8J0am and quiet waiting that he wauted At a shop in St. Louis tho other tone to the etoinacli, rrguUte tho liver and including tho one which ' n - any ti.Mi ef bvrv: ui 1 rustraut La: uiaielLt'art l)rtiitiU. ami tutui- 'I ' 'l ., iriolK ou minn ,.f tun IUA, this I'liila. Times. it ixDit Jy, tu l lay MU'ii, Miw ttuiutj wuu'liTil curt something for bis lamo leg. Dr. Feu-ne- day a workmau, who was eating his bowrla, ttrengthen the ulinary organ, re- Moyameusing jail. MAVoVII.I.F. DIVISION. Krvtt aiM luvuiupar l ftuuitt of t luit Im c I' i rmuatfrimii' m i'uimi iu tlrrv iua.w. i.. "z iittirvUy lieve those dull pains Mayavlllo 8 Kpiu Is to auy Irou rviKrtb It iu ablv although taken somewhat by lunch near the washstand, laid (low a yourfwlCot that ft'elfnjfof in thu lluiba, rid, ",aii a ruipvuuj bllloua-newMr. David D. Jonm, of l'arkeraburir, W. No, II I.f Mar.villno Uaui. Arr. U 2fam " mimes, .a li lie 11 A" I it u iiu.i iu.m i a uft Viu my ?rv .m-yNu.lt " i.Tiu".iV Avrnur. surprise, quickly saw the raised fore piece of Limberger cheese, which was V aDIlk IWI Hr t,u i. uayariua v iu.uu languor and nervom debility; giro Va., write: "I experienced for iunr No. IS " Parla 6 SO a ui. Pane 2, Lax. 7 pui J t ftlveirofor tn tTit"UooT leg, and, going to tho gentle beast, picked up by a fellow workman aud tone and strength to each organic Amotion, year ureal annoyance and iulTerini; from No. 10 MayiilllollSlpui iftttruUimUhfUlton to discovered his ailment, aud applied to used as soap to wash his face and bj uaing itrown'H Iron Jllltcrr; then will rheuiuatiaui and wuakneaa of tbe kldnejr, TraluvNa. lead 2 ran dally) all olbera dally nrronKdll.t mahtnft you experience a genial warmth, mil awak- and mr bewal were iluiont alwaja lrreju. rmr llalne to tuilcr.uu. fftrmt tlrneralf it suitable remedies. Tho horse nod- hands. Tho lunch eater then unconMtQuaaay, it uii. lu Ur, I tried HrkiwnV Iren wlilrh tttkfti, ralra andBfiil iH&riuaUoa pertalulnfto tluie, ded his head as a token of thaukful-nes- s sciously picked up the soap and ate it. ening life In place of that dead feeling of aotel like a iihartu, restoringJlllttrn, once to WtiUMlloui, Ae , aatl ou or aoilra.. Jliblllli, lAut of lV'-- l me at ... binitni decay; and dTanenifa, milky urine, eta, no III, J'roMlrntloii nf I ml iv.i........ Neither man felt well for twenty-fou- r and quieUy went on his way. lmfAA itit.il Innuitmttfm.t longer undermine your coattltiitton. Delay regular hfaltli, and binlalilngnll pain from OIIAS. BYTHE DR. HARTER MEUICINE C0..2J3 N.MAIN ST., T. LOUIS. MANUFACTURED ltomo Tribune. hours. tuy body." J. 1. HLLISON, Ueo'l M.uier. is dangtroua. Stm rchfjv liiimorlonnd Sitting at his caso in tho Corning Gazelle ollice, picking up typo for full ten hours a day, may be seen Grand-n- a Prcjcott, the oldest printer in Iowa, and, perhaps, in tho United States. There may bo men older than ho who have been printers, but wo doubt li thcro are any who can claim sixty-thrcconsecutive rears at wio uusincss, niiu uro sun iioioidk qui. faithful and prompt, nt toilsome o Nearly Kinetf anil SMI Setting Trpe. Oettmg Cren With the Drummer. Density of Population. CHIIIICH lUKrCTORT. i "Is this teat encaged?" he asked of x Railway. TIIIMim 1 Il. - artar-noo- (12-t- r) ST.ASAPHHOTEL . .. ..... """'"" . ."I I . jEjtfiU? j nuif-Kii- ii 11 laiii o .. I l aHHjTvag rS ,B mA, v MU I r i first-clas- .......... , MYERS HOTEL, 11 ... IRON Vkkil-wri(..- .! -- I 1 -.- . BITTERS . 1 ' m Daugherty&Hyde nct-M-- n H - four-scor- e o- -i ... r. ..... . TUTTJS PILLS TORPID LIVER. dlaln-ohnatl- . PHAETONS, . ....... tlrK-an- a. firit-vla- fint-cla- H0STU.TjH 'nwf 'lMJ tr ;i add.-ea- TUTT'S HAIR DYE. jii-hka- - WASHINGTON! (b.mn o K' Vffl tm i im t 8TTEBS a cnnvait-aeeiicrnu-ruun- SOLID TRAINS, FREE! , iiuiii-trrttio- Mflrff aJil-r- grand-mother- luiu-rlou- o U qui-uin- -- Ashkook, Tucker & . 1 n m lam ' 1 r i.tt-rl- Ul- . P- - 1 1 , fti K .. TMWM'm