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GO. f. fi.J tooscapotho horrors of their splendid riini". Charming landscapes, lovely "PRAISE THE LORD." flowers, good food, frequent entertainments, nor ono, nor nil, can compensate lUrron, Olito, July Ulli, 18S-Ikmr Ihlrrier fur woman's society and tho joys of A walk in nlrnntt any nrt home. Thcro is this dark shadow of tlio Dayton 1 know Jfi yours ago resting on this expensivo national I wottricH mo, in this strange way. havo tu keep on inch n strain, replacI can write, in few words, tho diffiing tlio things I fee, with the tilings I culties that Ho in tho Evangelist's way saw nearly hall n century ago, anil iu Dayton. It is a new world to us, son so as tinliko Kentucky, as if wo had been which I do not soo now, Mint of exhaustion ensue after n while, us transferred to another planet. if I hail Iecn doing hnr.l work, which mt, 1 Ids whole Northern country indeed it is, getting together tlio is overrun with "isms," until a general In pno of suspicion of any thing now is deeply extremities of ft my ramble I discovered it 1th liotuo, imbedded in the minds of tho people. almost tiuchanged, whero father lived "Crunks" aro as common hero as unin '.18. A hit ot modern patching in common in Kentucky. In spito of front, hut almost identical with tlio success, I came, burdened with that house ol boyhood. title, and it takes timo todisahuso tho Woodland Cemetery Dayton's mind encumbered with a falso idea. is on a sniierli euii tirounil "I'ntient waiting." and nothing else, iicnco, whero I liuntcd squirrels when will win Dayton. a boy, long liefuro a IkxIv had lecn Steoml, Growing out of this suspilaid in it. It is thickly inhabited cion of overy thing, that keeps men now, mid will vio In Identity, natural ever on tho defensive, lest they should and artificial with any cemetery KiU lo "taken in and dono for," n deep or West. Tlio view from tho crowing down tkfpticirm prevails among all hill-loover Dayton nnd tho country classes. Col. Ingersoll never lacks a Mario almost packed audience, though tho purest around, is magnificent. shrieked with delight ns sho looked at gospel may go begging. Thcro is no it, and I don't wonder, for it over-- ' hiding tho fact. Infidelity of tho power mo with even now ploasuro, typo is "sweeping tho decks" In my outsides tho churches, nnd steadily often as I havo seen it before. tirao tho "graveyard"' ("cemetery'' making its way oven there. This was unknown) was right across tho thing is growing in Kentucky nlso, street from my father's house, tone of but hero it is solid, packed down skep them), and an object of mortal terror ticism with which wo have to contend to mo returning homo after dark. How in tho dear LORD'S name. often after turning tho dreaded corner Third, Tho Christianity of tho havo taken to my heels as if fur dear churches is the deadest thing you ever life and dashed ,Kititiog and terrified, saw almost "thrice dead, plucked up into our front yard, afraid to look over by tho roots." "Fino churches." Yes my shoulder, nnd only relieved when "Abundant wealth." Yes! "Itichaud tho house had been safely eutered. On increased iu goods and havo need of tho site of tho old gravoyard now nothing, nnd know nut that they aro stands a block of beautiful dwelling miserable and poor and blind and Bodies all removed to tho naked " O how, to the letter, truo is houses. "cemetery." Q!d "gravoynrd 'among this description of our LOItDt the things that were." My dear old then the Dayton situation. A great Undo Charles is tho only one of dead church with a "narao to live" ontho lhrncs family buried in Dayton. ly. An infidel world outside, and tho II is body lies in n Hwcct, ixuicefulspot gospel "in bonds," nnd its preacher a in tho burial lotofono of father's trnoat supposed "crank." And tho battle friends during nil the Dayton life. rages while I write. Never in all our Tlio Cemetery Company havo their evangelism has tho dovil mustered all own engino that forces water from his forces so fiercely to withstand tho their own well up to tho highest point, entrance of tho gospel. My old friends nnd from thence distributed through of boyhood cither staud aloof or timiron pines to till parts of the grounds, idly a fow courtesies in place of llydrauts, at convenient distances, en- tho cut direct. We havo no wealth ables tho owners of lots tu water flow- on our side. We live by the day, ers in tho driest season. These, there- trusting tho LOUD. Thu littio I fore, aro cultivated in great variety brought from Kentucky is already and beauty. Every thing is exquisite swallowed up in agisting to pay daily ly kopt. expense?,' but if I havo to change Dayton has n wonderful water sup- places with 1'ilcher, and tako tho ply. Tho peculiarities of all tho val- Courthouse steps, while ho goea into ley iu which this city lies, is, that tho Kink, ns I hear ho predicts, I shall water of purest quality mty be had by hold on to Dayton until victory comes. digging to n littio depth, ami no dan- "It is iu tho air," nnd will not tarry ger of missing it, wherever n well may long. I am sure. PRAISE THE bo sunk. Tho two rivers. Mad nnd LOUD. Tho congregations steadily Miami, nlmost girdle tho lovely city, increuso. Tho interest deepens. One and the water that filters through tho poor inobriato staggered forward with great underlying gravel bed, is clear a bitter cry last night and confessed whero Jesus. as crjstal. At tho water-work- s lio is tho son of n good old 2 magnificent Holly engines niiso mil- preachor, my father associated intim lions of gallons every 2 1 hours, tho ately with 15 years ago, and who still water all comes from huge noils, dif- lives, l ask mysolt witn tears in my fering from other wells only in their eyes, wny is my miners son mo prodigious lizo. There aro .1 of these prcacucr, insteait ot tno roverso i u 2 round and 1 quadrangular. When tho goodness ot tlio iajulm ume mora water shnll bo needed for the craft of tho devil Still pray for us, rapidly growing city, other wells will dear friends, that "boldness of utter- furnish an unlimited supply. 1 won- nuco may lie given. Ever in Jesus. dered nt tho transparent clearness of ui:o. u. HA1IK1M. tho water, reminding of tho Chicago Ono half of tho marital infelicity in supply from lako Michigan, until n visit to headquarters explained nil. tho world, is duo to the wife's inabilThe water Is forced directly into tlio ity to comprehend her husband's litmains instead of pumped into a reser- tio wants or to a stubborn and malig voir nnd thence distributed, nnd in II riant temper which leads her deliber minutes tho cugiucs can put on "firo ately to opposo tho gratification of his prcssuro" and convert every hydrant wishes. Hut there are women who into nn equivalent to n steam engine. understand this ami act accordingly. All that needs to bo dono is to screw A lirooklyu lady whoso husband had on hose and tho water flows witli en- been suffering from despondency was asked if sho wasn't afraid he would gino force. Tho Uarnoy A Smith It. It. Car commit suicido somo time. "Thero's Manufacturing Company have very n baro possibility that ho may," sho cxleiisivo works, employing 1,200 auswerod iu a tono of truo wifely My dear old teacher was the men. "I always lay out a razor on before ho comes founder ojf this prodigious industry, his dressing-tabland only n great brain could havo car- home." Urooklyn Eagle. ried on successfully such a mighty en Tight-lacing- , nccordingtoa scientist, terprise. Not ono school teacher in n makes a fortune at his pro- makes a woman's uoso red, and an thousand person wants to know what fession, but this thoughtful and thrifis ty man did it, and then his car works it that makes men's noses rod. His made him n millionaire. Ho loft query is n pretty good ovideuco that every thing iu such perfect order that he nover had the hay fover. We are others could carry on what he nlono not a scientist, and it may bo that all rod noses are not caused by hay fever. could found. Norr'utown to every thing on Homo may bo painted. Thcro is u contra earth. I attempted to describe that Herald. Purttdlso tho Soldiers' Home. Hy Antiudomcstioimraurai)hersuvs:"A strict regulations, a soldiers' family is striking window ornament is mado as banished from that splendid enclosure. follows: Take ono woman weighing All that lavish oxnondituro can bestow 200 pounds, with u neck liko a stovo-pip- o is given to tho soldier himself, but it is and hair uucorubed, and let her at tho fearful prico of isolation. Iu throw up n sash, look up nud down, effect, tho placo is a magnificent jail, and call outt 'Iteubeu, you come hero, only differing from a common jail in or I'll tako your hide off.'" J life-limwell-knowir ' 1 He-holp-i1 u. e tho splendor of accommodations, and in tho privilego of going out if you wisli to forfoltyour support, In spito W. P. WALTON, Editor and Proprietor thcrefuro of all that is dono to mako them happy, n mora moping, dejected T. R. WALTON. Business Manager set you can not find. Four thousand men with novcr a woman is enough to fiiblfnircl 'iiietttiu nmr l'riitini' sicken nuo of any Paradise I hoar that attempts nt suicido are not H'J.fiO PISli ANZVUar. and I can certainly sneak from observation as to dejected faces. This is no one's fault, hut a certain DEMOCRATIC STATE AND COUNTX TICKET, result of the violation of an immutablo Kor Hnri.nio JtwinR- - MJ. A. II IticiMftM, law, first projwunilcd by Clod in tho T. J. IIkkbt. ( AtrKitAtuCLMic-Oir- T. sentence, "It is not good for man to bo alono." Then Ira mado a "helpmeet" Va ODUxrr Jumk- - K. W. IIkswk. for him. If tho government would It. Gainiiitrii. o oiuntr Athirnkt I. really tenderly care for its defenders, V Couhtt ULr John llult, it should turn a lot of women and Ron Amw-- J. II, III KH. children into thoso beautiful grounds. Tho nlaco might suffer in appcaranco, I'o JilLmi-- T. I). NifI.Ht. but tlio ends of tho nohlo charity would FbStRVRIOR-- l. It. llOTif. Ira met, and the gallant old veterans J. DitMinnr, Ko0io-would not havo to bo pulled out of tho roCbiTAiitieO(TirimrRBnieT)-Ti.Kii- T lakes whero they havo flung themselves Martin. n(t rioroiirnaI Report. -- W. Tho committco appointed by tho Kentucky Cbnfcrcnco to visit this in stitution, found tho duty nn exceedingly pleasant one. The principal, with tho other members of her faculty, not only received tho committco with great courtesy, butcavo every facility for investigating methods, character of work, and results. In tact, they seemed to seek candid, just, and generous criticism. Wo found tho school well equipped In four departments Primary, Intermediate, Preparatory and Collcgiato. Mrs. Truehcart has, by ten years of efficient nnd successful labor nt tho head of this institution, demonstrated her eminent qualification. Sho is so well known, and so highly appreciated as an elegant Christian lady, with such supcriormen tal and moral endowments, as to need no commendation from us. Perhaps her own fitness has in nothing been moro fully evinced than in her selection of n faculty. It is largely composed of thoso who havo mado teaching their life work; who bring to their chosen calling energies enriched by cxixirionco and sanctified hy grace. Tho committco had tho benefit of both oral and written examinations. On their arrival papers wcro placed in their hands to bo considered nt leas tiro, nnd then for two days in tho chapel, classes from various departments wcro reviewed in tlio studies of tho year. Thcso examinations wero so conducted as to indicato that special preparation had not been made on a given parts of toxt books. The classes wcro usually tendered to visitors, and when accepted, such questions wero propounded as would demand of tho class general kuowlodgo of tho subject in band. In all regards the proficiency of tho pupils compared favorably with that of similar institutions. When we consider tlio system of teaching, healthfulness of location, character of buildings, and moral training, we feci assured that wo risk nothing in commending this college to parents who desire a truo education for their daughters. Tho Kentucky Conference may lie congratulated in numbering it with the excellent institutions under her fostering care. W. F. TA.YLOK, If. W. Not.ANII, Committco. more than 200 years ago that tho Kov. Dr. Samuel Whitting was minister In Lynn Mass. At that timo ono Obivliah Turner kept a journal and wroto therein as follows. "Allen Hrydgcs hath been choso to wako up yo sleepers in meeting, and being much proud ot his place must need have a fox tail fixed toyo end of a long staff whorowith lio may brush tho faces ot them who will havo their naps in timo of sermon; likewiso a sharp thorn wherowith ho may prick such as may Ira most sound. On yo lost Lord his day as ho trotted about yo meeting houso, ho did spy Mr. Tomlins sleeping with very much comfort, his head kept steady by lieing in ye corner and his hand grasping yo rail. And see spying Allen did nuicklio thrust his stall behind Dame Bolland and give him a griovous prick upon yo hand; whereupon Mr. Tomlins did spring up much above yo floor, and witli great forco strike his hand against yo wall, and also to yo surpriso of all, exclaim in a loud voice, 'Cuss yo woodchuckl' ho dreaming, as it seemed, that a wood chuck had hit his hand. On coming to know where lio was, nnd yo great scantllo ho had commitcd, he seemed much ashamed, but ho did not shake; and I think he did not again go to sleep in meeting. Ye women may sometimes sleep and nono knows it by hy reason of their Mr. Whitting enormous bonnets. doth pleasantlio say that from ye pulpit hedoth seem to bo preaching to stacks of straw, with nuu jotting here It is Old-- Time Church-Sleepin- Probably tho oldest presiding Judgo in the world is Jaraes Garland, Lynchburg, Va., who' though ho reached tho ago of ninety last Friday, administers justico in the Corporation Court. Tho only other enso in record history is that of Sir Thomas Mooro, who at the samo ago sat on the King's Bench whilo his distinguished son', Sir John Moore, was Chancellor. Judgo Garland was horn in Nelson county, and nearly nil his long lifo has been in tho public service. Fifty years ago, after being in the Stato Legislature, ho entered Congress as a Jackson Democrat. In 1838 he lost his Beat, and soon after moved to Lynchburg, where for seventeen years ho prosecuted all criminals arraigned by tho State in that city. For twelve years past ho has been Judge of the Corporation Court, a tribunal of the highest original jurisdiction, which passes upon cases of lifo and death. Something more than a year ngo his eyesight, long since failing, was lost entirely, necesitating tho reading by counsel of all papers submitted by them, and it is remarked that ho retains their contents perfectly after once hearing them. This, however, is tho hstyear of his Judgeship. Not feeling disposed to acknowledge tho saving virtues ofreadjustment or tho leadership of Mahono, tho sturdy old Virginian will leave tho bench at tho end of December to mako room for one of tho later issue of Virginians who thinks and votes as may bo most agreeable to his master at Washington. M'ROBERTS&STAGG Opera Houso Block, niA-THJlM IN- DrugH, IM jiiHiiirnifl, I it (HIM, Wall K JinnKM, ftlltllOllCrj', I.imipH, .IdiiilrMl WIiich, J.iqiiorN, iiinirtimciitw, CIKHTH, I'OCKCt HonpK. Xoliiieoox, Citfilcry, Perfumery, 1'lrc A ruin, Mitelilno Inp;r. - Stanford, Ky., Our Jewelry, Sllrcrwnrc and (mitral (foods Department U In Charge of Col. Tims. IllchanN, who will He pair Watches ami Clocks Promptly anil In the best style. ACCtllCN. J. H. MoALISTEn. II. C. BRIGHT. St. A.siiph ICIock, - - Stanford, Kentucky. Our stock of Groceries and Family Supplies generally is always Full and Fresh. Wo would call especial attention to onr line of Canned Goods, which is the largest and Most Complete in the city, and prices to correspond with the times. We invite yon to examine onr stock and prices before you purchase. We pay the Highest Market Price, Cash or Trado, for all kinds of Country Produce. Don't forget tho place Corner Storo, St. Asaph Block. GROOBRS, and thcro among them." started with the big buck in the rear, sweating uudcr the weight of a linen duster, smoking a cigarctto and not a Coffee in TphoiJ Feter. Dr. Guillasso, of the Freuch navy, bit concerned whether his darling wife in a recent paper on typhoid fever, was staggering under a half ton or onVirginia City Chronsays: "Coffee has giveu us unhoped ly 300 pounds. for satisfaction; nfter having dispensed icle. it, we find to our great surprise, that Hones op A Giant. It is stated action is as prompt as it is decisive havo our patients taken a a skeleton of enormous size has been No sooner Miafew tablespoonfulsof it than their fea found on the east bank of the Big Lewis tures become relaxed, aud they comei mi River, on the farm ot Mr. recent to their senses, lhe ncxtday the im- Strong, near Cincinnati. The of the they are tempt freshets washed away a portion provement is such that ed to look upon coflco as a specific ground, and while plowing Mr. Strong against typhoid fever. Under its in- unearthed a pilo of bones, which provsize that fluence the stupor is dispelled, and the ed tobohuinan, and of a would make the stories of "Jack the patient rouses from tho stato of som- Giant-killercreditable, the thigh nolency in which ho has been since tho invasion of tho disease; all tho bones deing as largo as thoso of an ox. of functions tako their natural course, Around the bonea were a number Indian relics, such as a tomahawk, and ho enters upon convalescence." , etc, leading to tho belief Dr. Guillasso gives au adult two or Intnblespoonfuls of strong black that the remains were those of an three dian chief. The ahull has been taken collee every two hours, alternated with residenco whero it can ono or two tablespoonfuls of claret or to Mr. Strong's lJurgundy wine. A little lemonado be seen. or citrato of magnesia should be taken A New Haven wholesale firm were daily, nnd after it while quinine. astonished recently at complaints of From the fart that malaise nud cere- short weight in their meat. They bral svmptoms appear first, tho doctor found, nfter diligent search, a live rat reganls typhoid lover as a uorvous dis- in the box which protected the big ease, and tho cofieo actiug on the platform scalo levers from dust and nerves is peculiarly indicated in the obstructions. Tho rodent had been early stages, before local complications busy jumping from ono side of the delarise. icately balanced machinery lo the othTho first uso wo hear that was made er, now giving tho customer over and t. The under-weigof cotton wasforcandlewicks iu 1300. then men all returned; nothing has been Now it is stated that houses can be the othors. The firm r heard from built of cotton and straw, which a chemical treatment, aro convert- think their loss is considerable. ed into paste, compressed into slates, Between the footof Laverton Mounand becomo hard and hrm as a stone. Tho material neither warps nor cracks, tain and the Mississippi River was just railroad, and is both fire nnd damp proof. Re- enough spaco for a purpose; and it but the was utilized for that fuse cotton and the sweepings oi facto is supposed to have ries are used. The inventor, n Cana- jar of tho trains mass ot earth and dian, is introducing it iu tho domin- loosened tho great rock, aud for weeks tho mountain movion, and it may not bo many years ero ed very slowly into the river, shoving a "cotton houso" will bo no novelty the track far out into tho water, and in New York. Chidgo Journal. only coming to a standstill aftor going A Denver woman telegraphed to about a hundred feet. mm police headquarters for an officer. Patriotism is ail right and nice and of a Thinking that nothing short and handrobbery had occurred, tho chief des- pretty aud good and clever been patched four policeman iu groat haste. some, hut about tho time you've subby a set ot tho house out of breath kept awake two nights They reached who havo devoted thoir with rutining. What did tho woman lime idiots to bedevilling the want? Her littio boy would not let useless existence tin horns, etc., you wash his face, and after having neighborhood with her regret that tho British didn't threatened him with tho police in beciit to tho parents of vain, sho concluded to try what effect win and exterminate these noisy monkeys. their preseuce would jiavo. " spear-headsunder-weighht uu-tie- Since the Legislature declined to apmore than the propriate money to meet the expen-pense- s of Gov. Blackburn and the avcrago mule. What would rupture tho kidneys of a Mill Creek jackass, Stato Guard on the famous Yorktown would just about ballast a Piute ma- trip, the Governor has been reported tron. This morning on tho plaza, a as raying that he "would pay the bill stout buck was loading up a squaw out of his own pocket," and somo symfor a tramp. Ho piled a lot of blank- pathy has been worked up for the old man on that score. ets nnd baskets on her back, and hearted started her. On one side sho towed We suppose he never had any intena clumsy Newfoundland dog that was tion of paying tho money. Adjutant not broke to lead well, and it pulled General Nuckols in an official letter of back. Oa the other side she had a the Gth inst., says, "Owing to the fact boy 5 or (5 years old. The dog would he the Governor will havo to pay not come along and tho boy wouldn't the Yorktown expenses out of tho fund, he will not be able to orgo without iU The buck solved the problem at once, by pitching the dog der tho State Guard into active serCovin one basket, and tho boy in the oth- vice during the present year." er to balanco things, and the caravan ington Commonwealth. - A squaw can pack UBuma Thin New Mill, containing (lie latent and sou tender-- MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY For niaiitifacliirliig meal anil Hour, Ih now In full operation. Wo will griuil Tor ctiHtoincrt, for the proficut, on TiiCMlay, Wed. ncsday, TInirHilny, rrhluj- - and Saturday ofcitcli week, and on Court-Da- y and all other public days. We hoIIcK a liberal Nhare of patronage and will endeavor to give entire HittUfactloii. AIwajH on hand aud for Hale, lllghcxt caidi price paid Tor Corn, Wheal, Ac. Order left at 91111 promptly attended to. mil-litar- y Flour, Meal, Corn, Bran, Shipstnff, &c, McAXilSTK A .SAJ.T.KK. - m The Fokce or Haiut. Only the other day a Hartford barber who was called upon lo shave the face of a dead man, after applying tho lather and slapping the blade of his razor on the palm ot his hand iu the most approved fashion, began his work; but a moment later, unable to forget his shop habits, halted, bowed low over the inanimate form, andiu the dulcet tone which the Knights of the Strap know so well how to employ, asked. "Does Hartford the razor hurt you sir?" Times. An Illinois farmer gives the following directions for curing galled shoulders in horses, and says that itis infallible: Take old leather and burn it to a crisp; rub the ashes on the galled part; a few applications will e fleet a put perfect cure. A new work-horsto the plow this spring received several severe galls ou both shoulders. A fow applications of the burnt leather made them as sound as if nover injured and no scar to bo seeu. e FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING! K WEAREN, Jiy. Main Street, Stanford, B. I hare bought out my brother, It. 11. Wcarcn, and will continue tho Furniture and "Undertaking business at the same stand, in the St. Asaph Hotel building. I will keep a full stock oi' Furniture oi" description and sell at llgurcs that cannot bo beaten. My stock ol Coffins and Caskets will be comprehensive. Shrouds and llobcs always on hand. I also repair Furnituro and do carpcnter.'s job work. (Orders by telegraph promptly attended to.) B. K. WEAREN. cy-e- ry B -5T - The Rev. O. J. Carlton, of Newton Center Mass., in the National Baptist answers the question: "Ought ministers to commit suicide wheu they arrive at sixty years of age?" as fol lows: "Yes, because as a general thing every year they remain on earth after that is passed in martyrdom. Mental decadence strikes in at sixty, he thinks, and no minister after that knows anything that is worth knowiug. Mrs. Kelly recently caused the remains ot her pet dog to bo buried in a E. P. OWSLEY lias Just Opened a Pino Stock of Consisting of AND BRAND NEW GOODS, Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. GARPETS?OIL CLOTHS TRUNKS cemetery at Washington, Pa., whither Also, a Nico Lino of they were accompanied by a funeral procession of mourners and an undertaker. The owners of lots have held a meeting since the funeral to protest I am opening daily a Full lino ol tho Boat Goods in tho Market, to bo against what they considered a dese- sold at Bottom Fricos. Call and oxamlno. cration of the sacred place, nnd the TIM W. HIGGINS, Salesman. authorities will be urged to compel the removal of the dog's body. The "straw ride" is the fa vorite pastime on moonlit evenings on Long Branch. Alongopeu wagon, with its body packed full ot straw is then filled with youthful passeugers of both sexes, and the parties drive for miles up and down the avenues. Tho fish horn is the favorite musical instrument with these gay coterios, and the silvery cadeuces float gently out upon the calm evening air. Aa ingenious Strasburg dentist lately extracted a molar, and finding it sound with the exceptiou of tho joints of the roots, he sawed them of), filled the cavity with gold and replacitself, aud ed it. It has is now said to be doing business at the old stand in a most satisfactory manner. w. II -- lilsfii Is m K - JSUS THE- GENUINE. MM Water Elevator. iPsssssB1 Mr. Neal Rose, who lives iu this years old, county, is now eighty-ninaud the farm of 100 upon which he resides is tho ono ho entered when a young man at a cost ot $5. Ho has never moved since lio took up the land. Ho has raised a large family, nnd his children aro all married. Tho farm is completely woru out too poor to Columbia Specproduco anything. tator. o Atkinson's Casket published in Philadelphia in 1820, says: "1 wish I had a quart of punch, of ice one half a pound; into tho punch the ice I'd launch, and stir it round and round. And when I'd stirred it round and round, aud cooled it to my mind, Id lift tho cun aud drink it up, nor leave a drop behind." Its all very woll for health journals to tell people who are restless aud uu. ttVlo to sleep at night to place tho head of their bed toward the north, but it does no good unless you tako tho baby to tho other end ot the houso and turn Chicago his head toward tho south. Tribune. We hate Give us cheaper postage. to spend three cents in dunning a man Wo adviso our lady readers who are wheu we are morally certain that we addicted to gum chewing, to read the wou't realize a cent on the investment. following from an exchange: It is Cincinnati Saturday Night. claimed that hog cholera lard and gum Somo Texan farmers are trying tho arabio makes a tolerable good article of chewing gum, but the best in the experiment of importing from Russia market is composed oi conuemnou bees- a certain beetle which feeds on grasswax, gum turpentiuo and dog fat, hoppers, locusts, cotton worms and other destructive insects. Remember the brand. that in tho slaughter, dressing and curing of hogs such exactness of economy has been acquired that there is now nothing lost but the "squeal." Destroys All Water Insects; nftisH9Bls3lssHsffTL Draws Fresh Water from Bottom of Cistern; KlL 'iFsssm Has No Tubing and Does Not Freeze. Foulest Cisterns Mado Pure by This Elevator. '. iflSsH OVER ONE HUNDRED Now in Uso in This County. Wo are told that President Arthur Sir George Fox says that tho En- is very particular about his stockings.' glish custom of shoeing horses cost the He is not to bo sneered at ou this ac nation 8 15,000,000 aunually, and that count. It would bo well if lots of pooplo wero more so. it U, moreover, a useless proceeding. It is said Try One, and If Not Satisfied, It Will ken Baok. Bo, Ta" Those two-in- ch newspapers that publish the Ttlle road completed. The lajlng of the church paid it without grumbling. The fair way lo contract disease of the hesit, arch to My that "tMfl piper W roll waa ttMM whktnucftT cere- best of order prevailed throughout, not such a all the mineral water In the unl. file FBorcRMeniL. STjMsTI'OiaiD, ICX". Friday Moraine. W. P. WALTON, can bo found on at IT. P. Hub -- July 14, 1882 EDITOR any thing, or for any other cause whatever. On the contrary I believe she is happy in heaven tbia minute. That Is certainly unique and original in the devil, who is the "father of lie." and I suppose I muat let the C.-- have the credit of vending it on It journey round the eaith, followed latily, if ever, by the truth that slow, slow coach in thia devil' world, Alas! Well I Well I have outlived more lie than this, though never a meaner one, and I shall beat the devil and all his agent in time. It is a mere question of that. It puzzle me, though, to know how my guod friend Walton ever came to copy such a diabolical squib as that, with the palpable "lie" written all over it. Some pro tern I warrant, slipped it Into for it will be hanl to convince me that you are "hedging" on me, or I am getting to TRAGEOT. THE R0WSET-LAMle a burden you decline to carry. Yet let me say, once for all, that it will Additional Particulars. ElUof Inltrior Journal. roll off me "like water oil" a duck's The aun shone brightly Monday mornhack," If it should ever come to that, ing as John Lamb, a young man in the so often have I been repudiated by prime of life, C feet high, weighing 175 lbs , old fi lends, In "following on to 'know with a handsome face, arose early and prethe LORD." That Is a price I cheerpared to go to his work, little expecting fully pay for the Messing received, "yea, that in a few hours hi spirit would be in I count all things a loss, for the excellenEternity. On the other hand, John Row-secy of the knowledge ol HIM." Wife and girls have just gone out to the slayer, CO years old, and the last dine with my dear old friend I. Y. Lent-inman any of us expected to kill a man, is who got such a blessing at the Danbelonging up, shoulder a little shot-guville meeting, that it ha filled him ever to his grandson, not yet 10 years old, and since. He is a pastor here in the Methodist S. M. . Church, but Is on the point of beinz "cast proceeds to the house where one Lowry out" as a Barnetite, as dear Garrison was BOYLE COUNTY. and hi sister Hilda, (Lowry,) who is outtcd from the Presbyterian fold for the The the cause of this difficulty, lives. Shelby Cit. same offense, laming had the audacity to latter is, by the way, a notorious characSolomon Itubbitt, an old and respect be anointed a day or two after I came, and ter, and haa caused the death one other ed citizen, died at hi residence near here the LOKD cured him in 21 hours of a man before this, and to whom Kowsey ha Wednesday morning. Mr. Bobbitt is the distressing malady. But this was a com been giving much attention until recently. father of George V. Bjbbitt, E , of your mittal lor which he will have to pay they price. John ix , ami John Wesley John Lamb had gained her affections, and city. co over the whole itround. As soon we wear a "scared look. MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. .No, no, a Garrison wa as tbia did not suit Bowser very well, he turned out, the LORD Jim Newyear, and Andy Yates, two gave him such power in soul and body Jody, not scared Say rather an as- The Bank Charter extension bill is ordered Lowry to leave his property. gent of color, became inrolvrtl in saving as he never had before, and now he tonished look. For we confess that now a law. Bowsey arrives at tht houe, finds them a personal difficulty Wedne-da- y evening. I Evangelizing like a very Apostle. So t persons died of sunstroke not yet gone, and proceeds to set their plun Knives, razors, apades and axes wrre used will Lemintr. I am sure. He is a dear wheDOver your beautiful figure fills a der out in the yard. At this Hilda be- by the combatants freely, Yates was used brother. When even "father and mother small portion of our vision, we are in- In New York, Tuesday, V. Hardy, the only colored comes Indignant and tells him that he is Mile up terribly. He is the same negro who for forsake, the LOKD will take up," a scripdeed astonished that an nuimal of such lawyer in Cincinnati, died Tuesday. in a d d big hurry, &c Howrey again some fighting rcrspe in your city last win ture declares. Fourteen days end 20 con fession for the soul. IS for the body. So peculiar appearance is allowed to run In Qrarson county there are forty-on- e orders her out. Hilda siezes the Spencer ter, served a term on the rock-pilthe total stands at the close of the second at large. Surely if Barnum know of candidates after fire unimportant offices. rifle, belonging to Lamb, saying that she This morning about 3 o'clock the cry week. That looks discouraging, but we A divorce la being sought by a Cincin- wa going to get Limb and have him blow of fire rang out upon the still air of the walk not by sight. I feel as sure of capyour existence he would Boon have turing Dayton as Joshua did when the you locked up with his "What is it?" nati couple, who lived together but an his Q d d d brains out. It seems Howsey morning. The fire was discovered to be LORD said, "See, I have delivered Jericho hour. expected a difficulty, a he went out and in the rear part of the grocery and beer sa- into thy hand." 1 lie old hymn so sweetly A modern Balaam's ass would be a Even Senator Maxey, of Texas, Is now blew a horn, and in a abort time h is son loon of Phil Woods, (col'd.) A colored boy says : drawing card, the more especially accused of complicity in the "They sea tlit victory from ahr e George arrived armed to the teeth. Hilda who waa axleeii in the store at the time, With faith's discerning- - eye " siuco it has such a lovely pink head. fraud. had not been gone long before she returned says that he was awakened by the smoke. That is the way I see it right now. Last At the rate we have been increasing, accompanied by Lamb carrying the SpenUpon going into the back-roohe discov- Sunday, I hear, nearly every pulpit thunThe Covington Commonwealth calls It Is estimated there will be 64,470,000 cer rifle. Rowsey motioned to Lamb, at ered the fire issuing through the bottom dered at this "new gospel." I did not attention to the culpablo omission, in of us 1890. that the same time telling him to get out of the of the floor a though it had been fired hear of any souls saved. Lemlng this in the House Journal of tho Legislature, Wm. Bitter, negro waa taken from jail yard. Lamb gave no heed to this, and, from under the floor. A, few of the goods morning told me he preached JESUS and of the Governor's report of the num- at Owensburro Wednesday night and hung Rowsey says, he raised his gun and was in in the store were saved, but the remainder got five souls by doing it. The Rink had the largest crowd Sunday night yet gatherthe act of firing, when he (Rowsey) fired, together with the building, were entirely ed. And still the interest steadily grows. ber of pardons he had granted and for raping a white girl. Philip Faisoo waa hung at Clinton N. sending a load of shot into his breast and consumed. The building was owned by And soon the report shall be "so mightily fines he had remitted during his term grew the word of the LORD and prevailed. neC. Tuesday, for the Lamb walked about twenty of office. It was never intended that gro. Six thousand murder of another the throat. speaking, and fell dead. The steps D. II. Yeiser, Esq., and waa partially in- A card from our dear Nath Woodcock rays, wriwithout people witnessed sured. Aa Woods and Us wife are ab- "EXPECT ME Sunday, the lfllh of July." the report should see tho light of day. ceremony. ter, accompanied by a half dozen young sent, I am unable to learn whether he had That will be a very delightful vh.it, I Tho Legislature iu obedience to the about 1 any insurance on hi slock or not. know. The Hirer and Harbor Bill passed by men of this place, left here The reiorts of the service in the Cin popular demand called for the report, the Senate, Wednesday, appropriate over o'clock v. M. to see the body of John Lamb Last Monday in Dinville, at the cinnati Oammtrciai are excellent. The rebut it was no doubt understood be- $20,000,000. It Is said that the President consigned to the tomb. Notwithstanding Hotel, the Central Kentucky Miller porter is a most intelligent Christian lady, the rough road and the many hills we had held their first meeting. The meeting be- with full spiritual appreciation of "the tween it and the Governor that it was will veto it. to go over, the cool, shady way made us ing called to order; on motion Mr. W. S. points" of a sermon. Our paper here The bouquet Mrs. Scoville sent Guiall a sham. les u just before he waa hung, is said to forget all this. On the road we observed Grubbs, of Shelby City, wa elected Presi- send a coupla of youngster, full of fun, The Governor's organ Bays that have contained enough arsenic to kill halt many treea marked by bullets from the dent; and C. H. Anderson, of Danville, ami very clever boys, 1 dare say, but young heathens, who "lark" awhile and then re- "Ben Mickey, who was lately pardon- a doxen men. guns of the Rowsey boys; and a practice Secretary. The following firm were pre- port awhile; perched up alone in a sort of M. Clarke, a prominent lawyer make perfect, it I no wonder that they sent: McAlister A Bailee, Stanford; Geo. judge eland, out of sight of the congregaJohn ed by Gov. Blackburn, was evidently bo where the dying of consumption when turned out of Milwaukee, was arrested for buglary, shoot so accurately. Vie arrived in time Denny A Co., Lancaster; Glas A Daniel, tion,irresistible. temptation to and jolly then Every now in to to assist in carrying the remain up the Wilmure; Farrls A White, Milledgevllle; is of prison." Yes, and he should have for assisting a constable break a house I, who alone havethem In full view, burying-grounof W. N. Potts A Sou, Richmond; Funk A catch steep hill to the family on a writ of repleven. eyes, their and they draw let him died there. Any man who Charle Stiles, a young the Rowsey family, where the grave was Anderson; Danville; Potts A Proctor, Dan- down their faces, look for awhile had killed four of his fellow beingi business man of Chicago, waa shot and dug side by aide of six other men who had ville; Grubb A Co., Shelby City. Several preternatu rally solemn, and. the pressure and who had threatened to kill the killed In hi bed at the Palmer House by met death in same way at the muzzle of a letters were received from a many more taken off, resume their diversions. The 1 do say, or gun or pistol. Lamb, and his mother too, milling firms expressing their regret at "hash" they make is what funny. anil judge, who sentenced him, if he over his mistress, Madeline Stiles. Afwhat they think I say. very The new Emery Bros, hotel, at the had requested that the Spencr rifle, which not being able to be present. Quite a num ter the first "grinding agony" is over, I got a chance, is just tho proper subof Cincinnati hi uncle Arcli had given hiui when on ber of interesting questions, effecting the like the boys, bless their hearts. I should ject to end his days in a loathsome corner Sixth and Vine street will be opened to the publie on September hi death bed, be hurried with him. The interests of the millers were discussed, aft-t- have done the same thing at their age. but it I the old fable of the boy and frogs, dungeon. gun was placed under hi arm in the coffin. 1, under the name bf the Palace Hotel. which the association adjourned to "all aamee." The Dayton papers have s The June tornadoes and Ilia mother who is a atout woman, seems meet in Stanford on the 7th of August. treated us well thua far, and 1 am duly The President, seeing that he had been duped by the double-dealiof killed ISO people, wounded 400 and dama- to have given up, and is lying prostrated As questions of vital Impoitance effecting giateful. The struggling service at the Rink can't expect more daily attention was amount JohnD. White, has withdrawn th'e ged property to the clouds of $5,000,000. and speechless. The examining trial wit the millers of this section of the State will than they have received, The are to be feared. postponed on account of absence of r be discuseeJ, all millers and I have, however, perhaps the finest name of Dr. Bennett, for Collector of A building at Texarkana, Arkansas, nesses, until Thurtday, at Danville. No In the West, taklne down the dis are requested to he present at the next Internal Revenue. It is said that our was struck by lightning Wednesday and one has any idea aa to the result. H. courses in short hand, a thing I have long meeting. desired, I could no inoro sit down and write Hilly Bradley first put the flea in tho the walls fell upon a saloon, crushing It beCASE T COUN Y. CUMBERLAND FALLS. my sermon out so as to be recognlzible,than President's ear, and John D. is now neath them. Thirty live are reiwrted I could fly lo moon. And yet there I Middleburg. July, 11th. much the deartheLORD says through me, kept busy explaining how it all camo lo.t. TheTarifl Coin minion met Tuesday Mr. A. C. Watklns, Superintendent at KdUvr Inttrior Journal. c!o not wish lost to my generation. about. It is also said that Swope will and settled two very important questions. E. Zimmerman's mill, got his foot badly Life at the Falls is beginning to become that l And for tho first time I have the decidedly lively. Every train contribute more than probablo retain tho position, First, they decided upon a stenographer, mashed a few day ago. When I will publish opportunity. Mr. Jesse Fogle, formerly of this coun to swell the numbers, and the probability I cannot tell. The LORD will direct. and secondly, determined to do their cogi which he has filled so worthily. ty, hut now arising young lawyer of Owens-boro- , is fhat beforo the first of August the hotel Meanwhile I shall be in a position to do tating at Long Iirancln so aftei this meeting at a week' notice. Only two newspapers in Kentucky is here with his family visiting rel will be filled to Its utmost capacity. The Trying as this Dayton meeting Uuiteau' bones haa been stripped of has been, I oppose the school law to be voted on the flesh and are now on the roof of the atives. company thus far has been an exceedingly do not know any place where I have had their more liberty or logic In preaching. A little Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. W. pleasant one, and all seem to enjoy iu August. The others recoguiziug Medical Museum undergoing bleaching PRAISE THi: LORD. In loyful hope thut but simple justice to the negro proces preparatory to placing them on ex- O. MoWhorter, died last Saturday. Miss mountain life just as it can be enjoyed at and full courage "In the LOB I)" Eve Laura Richards, whose death hat been ex- the Falls. We have a large delegation In Jesus hibition in the museum. (lut O Baiinkm demands that thoy be given an equal Miss., F, F. Jones, a pected at any time fur the last few weeks, from LouUvllle. Georgetown sends quite At share of the school fund, advocate the a number. Pari is most ably represented in photographer, became enraged at hla boy, breathed her last on last Friday, 7th Inst. bill and urge all fair miuded men to Thomas Jones, and shot him dead. He By 8 o'clock Friday night eop!e from the persons of Mess. W, B, Yerkes, J. II. vote for it. was arrested and barely escaped lynching. all parta of the county had assembled at Brent, W. O Johnson aud W. W. Parker, Dwlilugtago West I offer to aell wjr beautiful He ha alrealy killed four meti. the Baptist church to witness the closing the Utter accompanied by hi wife. Dr. Utile Urtu of lOusudold serve, wlf luii.ruxil The Cincinnati Commercial is and abundance of slock water, aud Iu a lilgb stale e The lut link In the line of the exercise of the Mlddleburg Seminary. Klnnalrd of Lancaster is just too happy and of cultivation, Ijliw Immediately on the turnpike its popularity iu Kentucky by tetween rJiaufvrd sud utiles Ac Ohio railroad, between Dyersburg Notwithstanding the price of admission, not the less so on account of the presence siauloidandSuillMfroui Lauiuter, S aud J. Irom Lancaster, of a publishing full reports ol ltev. George and Covington, Tnn , of several very beautiful and intelligent mile from Gilberts Creek Depot. is filled and the which was thought very high, a sufficient T. HKrilKKrOHII, O. Barnes' sermons at Daytou. Southwestern connection of a reat Louis- - number to fill every available space in the young ladle. The young M. D. is in a Gilberts Creek, Ky. filty-seve- n J. box-car1 well-to-d- o IheSr.Mi-WriKl.y, n biog-rsphFifty-eighStar-routy Gil-ch- er n er ng funnel-shaped grain-dealelong-soug- war-clothat hat hung over for months hroko in fury when the lwmbanlmcnt of Alexandria commenced, The Kho-divhad previously tent his family to his country placo, and nil the Europe- nns had quitted tlio city. Tho English cngHgotl wcro Infiexible, men-of-Temerairc, Penelope, Superb, Bultan, Invincible, Alexandria and Monarch. Tho bombardment was kept up for twelve hour tho first day, and tho was decidedly discouraging to the Egyptians. Twclvo officers and men landed from tho Inflexible under cover of tho firo of the Condor and Bittern, and destroyed ono of their forts with dynamite. Tho British loss is fivo wounded. killed and twcnly-scv- cn Tho fortifications of tho city aro said to bo very imperfect owing to its situation, and unless other powers come to tho assistance of tho Egyptians, tho The war iu Egypt will no doubt siege must Ie short, sharp and decisive. cut off tho gum arable supply, and tho The first day's bombardment seems New York Herald therefore recom to have completely silenced the iorls, mends to that "thrifty order of news as thero was small response from them paper men who wield weapons not Wednesday. A dispatch of yesterday merely mightier than tho sword, but says: A flag of truco was sent to tho mightier sometimes than tho pen tho English Admiral, and displayed from scissors and gumpot, to wit," that tho city during the morning, and the they lay in a big lot without delay. firing ceased for tho day. During the The Commonwealth editor of the day, the city wns discovered to bo on Courier-Journ- al will pleaso observe firo in several places, and toward and govern himself accordingly. night the conflagration assumed such The Shelby republicans are tho proportions as to lead to the conclulatest to instruct for Hon. W. O. sion that the city was willfully reducBradley. He'll be nominated on the ed to ashes. Tho negotiations Wedfirst ballot, if not indeed, by acclanesday failed, tho English having mation at tho Convention hero on the been made the subjects of a dupe, and lGth of August. hostilities will bo resumed this morning. The desire for office springs eternal The Egyptian loss is over 2,000. in tho republican breast. Congress After being annoyed by him for has just created 800 and odd places in weeks, in season aud out of season, the Interior Department, and already Col. Sears, of the 1'ott, allowed his thero are over 4,000 hungry applicants angry passions to rise sufficiently to for them. whack John B. Gaines of tho Other The Cincinnate Commercial, seeing World over tho head with a stick. that so many people are looking for John fell back a few paces, and drawpermanent investments, suggests that ing his little pistol, commenced to fire, a trial of one hundred millions of two retreating the while. Col. Sears also per cent, bonds bo put on the market. shooting-iro- n drew a and ten shots L. B. GosnouN, editor of the Wa- were exchanged, Col. Sears getting ono in his foot, and a bystander anoth- terford (Miss.) Express, put two bul er in his arm. Gaines was not hurt lets into J. E. Ballard, when he came except by tho stick, and Sears' wound to know who "had writ that article,' is insignificant. For two men, who and why he hod done so. pride themselves on being center shots, "Little Phil" will have a walkthe shooting was tho poorest on record, over judgingfrompresentappearances, and the principals aro no doubt so far as his party is concerned. He'll ashamed of themselves. easily walk over the Hon. W. O. B. J in: Kiclimonu Herald man says too for that matter. Tiik ud e it bard's Newspapers Agency," must suf fer with an excessivo amount of space. Of courso thoy publish it gratis, and In return for tho favor get propositions (o "Insert 0 inches of advertisement at the top of column next to reading matter, and 10 twenty-liB- O reading notices in each paper for mo year for 88 gross, paper to be test to tho agency and to tho advertiser free." II. P. Hubbard is tho most picayune man in tho business, and wo wish that all newspapers would shut down on him. Sometimk ago Governor Blackburn was tho recipient of somo sympathy from tho silly sentimental, becauso as ho announced ho would pay the expenses of his Yorktown jamboree out of his own pocket, as tho Legislature had refused to appropriate fuuds to meet them. It now turns out that ho has had the expenses paid out of tho military fund, and in constquenco there will bo no sprco for tho State Guards this season. Tho Governor is a sly old coon, to bo sure. mony, and there werF niiBjr feople present, Th! gap haa been Ion time filling, but In filled at last, and two Stale will re jolc at It. Captain Altera and Major Cordara, officer! of the Second IteKlment, fought i duel at Han Luis 1'oloat, Mexico, on Tuc day. The former waa killed on the ipol; the liter died soon alter he wan remored from the field. The Virginia Democratic State Cen tral Committee has deemed It Inexpedient to nominate a candidate for Congressman- The party will support J.' K. Masaey, who li a readjusler, hut la running; aa an Independent. An explosion of rm in the Hue Louis I'liillnpc, and a subsequent fire canned a conflagration In Pari, Wednesday, that mulled In the death of twenty person and the wounding of forty others, Twelre house were destroyed. Hon. J. C 8. Illackburn lias secured from the Smithsonian I nslltutlon a complete set of copies, of all ethnological specimens, casta, curiosities, relic", Ac, In possession of the Institution, for the Agricultural and Mechanical College at Lexington. democrat of TennesThe see hare nominated, J. If. Fussellfor Governor and adopted a platform avowing "unalterable opposition to the repudiation of any of our State or national obligations and are in favor of maintaining Inviolate the public faith." The Covington Commonwealth "that the telegraph beats tho sun In its course" waa exemplified this morning. ls comAt 7 a. ra. the British war menced bombarding the fort at Alexandria Egjpt- - The news was recleved at London at C a. m.; at Cincinnati at 4 a. ra. The body of Albert 8now, the last of the Scioto disaster, was found yesterday, making' dead of the fire hundred who went upon that Fourth of Jul; excursion. The boat was running without a licensed pilot, and whisky waa flowing freely when the accinent occurred. In January last, Mary Hughes, of Ballard county gave birth to a child. She would not tell who its father was, until a few days since, when ahe swore out a warrant againat her father John Hughes, charging him with her seduction, and alleging that her child was her father'. Hughes Is a farmer, and had always had the respect of his neighbors. There is a great Indignation against him. debt-payinTen-e- withstanding th'e much crowded house. The pnpll acquitted themselves splendidly and reflected great credit upon themwlves and their teachers, Prof. Waters and Miss Hillie, who hare spared no pains In trying to advance their educational Interest. Two years ago Prof. Waters came here, and notwithstanding the odds against which he has worked, he haa by his skill and earnest school, and It eflbrta, built up a is to be regretted that he Is compelled to leave us. He has not decided yet where he will locate: but let him go where he may, he will carry with him the heartfelt withe of his neighbors, scholar and natrons of this community. He and his excellent family will be aidly mlascd. firat-clas- s verse would not alleviate. The weather Is delightful, and the river In the beat possible condition, I will not weary you with a detail of the various amusement. Suffice It to say they are very diversified nnd all enjoyed with apparently equal teat. The trouble Is the days are too short for BRUCE, V.W.VARHOK. WAI.LACKK.VARMOM. A.,x"x,oitN3av'M Office In T. W. A W. B. VAIINOM, A.O" UTANFOrttl, KY A Ron's nsw bullitln-O. up xaav, stales. WARREN & CO, rs -r" nstr A.'X"J'11NIJV AT I..A.W, I.ANCARTKH, KY. Master Oiinmtnloner and County Altorner. Will practleeln all theOnurtanf (larrard and adjolnlni counties and la I lit Court of Appeela. II. KAUFTMAN, MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Sam. M. Burdett. Editor. The rain fell here from morning until night, Wednesday. Aiioit I'Kon.K. Mrs. Willi Adams, Jr.of I'Mlnt Lick, Is visiting Mrs. Capt. Jack Adams. Miss Sallie Hocker,of Park- ville, and Mis Mollie Burdett, of I.an- caster, are with relatives In this county. Mr. W. B. Smith, of Broadhead, has "shied his castor into the ring," and propo se to beat II. II. Bker for sheriff, if he can do It. Mr. Smith Is a good democrat, and a good man. Last Tuesday, A. Rcnnir, while discharging his pistol at a targe, accidently David Southard, a shot his hrother-in-hhoy of about eiuht year of age. The wound In the hoy' side i a serious, though it thought not a fatal one. Harrison Matthews died at Livingston Tuesday nighfj It is said, from the effect of a wound in the head, Inflicted by a rock in the hands of Dan Quinn with whom he had a difficulty some weeks ago. The matter will be investigated by the authorities. It. It. Matters. The trains will be running through to London next Monday, s Until depots can he built, will be fitted up for ticket and telegraph ofliceo. Mr. L. C. Alcorn, agent at Pine Hill, has been promoted and given the office at Lon don, Mr. W. J. Ncwcomb, of this place, get the agency at Camper'. It is probable that Mr. Geo. W. Brownlie will take the office at East Bernstadt, on account of his business interests at that place. A tel cgraph office will bo kept at Tunnel No. 0 until the work there is finished. Capt. T. II. McMichael, Principal Engineer, has moved his headquarteia Irom Livingston to London. Shooting Scrape. SmM DUjialch It Tt Iiterior Journal. Mt. Veiinon, July 13th, 7:50 r. m. A difficulty occurred in front of the Newcomb Hotel this evening between John Burton, coal miner, aud Thomas Moore, soloon- were exchanged, one keeper. Six shot only took effect, which struck Burton in the chin making an ugly but not necessarily fatal wound The difficulty was over a drink of whisky which Burton wanted and Moore refused to let him have. Moore was arretted. the grand routine, and this makes the night too brief for needed repose, I think a total eclipse of the Sun, lasting through an entire day and thus string us 3(1 hour of continuous night, would ut about balance our account with Morpheus. Of course the musicians are fast becoming an Important factor in the solution of extracting the greatest Mmible amount of enjoyment from the brief duration of a Summer in the mountain. But the tune that thrills the writer moat rctallcty, and Is in fact the moat generally popular, Is that played by a Cimmerian artist three times a day, on a hand-le. nt the door of the Byron waa never more inspired than when he named this air "the tocain of the soul." It Is at once strange and Impressive to see how completely even blooming Beauty and loquacious Femininity I brought under melody. the control of this But the notes of that same mimic are echoing now, and I muat dance to its measure. ll dining-room- 50 J a- M -&O A'LTOItNHY Ar HTANI'tlllP, KV. THOMAS I'. UlLb, JllT " X..A.W, p, CD Will practice In the Count ol this and edlelnlnf counties and In Ihe (Viiiil of Appeals. US re In Owsley A Nn't ntw buiminf-- up stairs. ffl o Ps Hi DANVII.I.K, KV., Will practice In the (hurls of IVirle tail adlslnlsf eounlleeand In the Court of Appeals. A'ri'tHtNMY AT ALKX. ANDEHHON, 3JA.W, 8" . So a O O I.IHhUTV. KV. Will practice In all IhsOnurls of Casey and ad- Jolnlns counllea, and In the Court of Appeals. Hpeeltl attention tlten la collections. OIBre over K. T. Tierce's tlote. MABTRHBON l'BYTON. ami aiAMisaiiKrtarKaroouNTT. Olt. J. Q. UAIU'ENTKH, HTArmiM), KKNTUCKV nnceoterlloM. H. I.jtle'a store. Ufflct bourt from 1 Iu 1)( and 7 to r, M, "PRAISE THE LORD? 12th, 18SH. Dayton, Ohio, July Ihar Intnior: 'H rt- ra - J. J. WILHON, DCNTIHT, BTANl'OIIP, KV. Office and Residence, Upper Main HI, Before I forget It, what an awful one that was, "cut out of whole cloth," I never, In that you copied from the C-J- , thought or word, as I am a Christian gentleman, consigned my blessed old grandmother lo hell, for teaching my mother rj &3 Le " i HUtim:oN THZft'riM'v, HTANl'Oltll, KY. Offlre eloutb aids Main fllreet, two doors abort the Metre Hotel. Pure Nitrous (Hide (lee adulalatered when required. LEE F. HUFFMAN. It. O. MOltOAN, I). D. of each ant 4Joudaf. Dental roome In 81. Ataph Hotel, over MeA'leler A llrUhl't. pJreslfn.l" AttancMler two weektof eecb month Irom third Monday Denial moms In Mason llouee. (rieetlfn) Pure nitrous oald I aee administered 4Cl-t- f when neeesurr. STtttlufrom Will month, U In manford two D13NTIHT, H. ., Lincoln County Farm for Sale! oQ o p The belraoljmephrtcolt onr at prlftte sale, his farm of 1S ACKK.S lying I mile North of Pit Hirer, end near the (larrard county line. The land Is lertlle and In iwd rc.air. TblMr.Bte acres Iu splendid tlniber,oak, walnut, ash Ae., and all Inarau eicept nine acree, which Is now wheat stubble. This farm can be Uratht low and on eeir terms. Kor lull particulars, call on DeildrVoti, onlhefarm.oraddmthlmat Hubert's Creek P. O. Lincoln County, Kentucay. S7-- Stanford Female College. NTANFmi, With Toll Institution A KY. d Pr- a Full Corps of Teachers, ALL THE MUNCHES OP A will open lit Thirteenth Keetltn on the 3d Monday In Beplemher neiL THOROUGHENGUSHCOURSE Are tauf ht, aa well aa MUBIC. TUB LANQUAOKa. DltAW. INO AND 1'AINTINO. TERMS MODERATE. ISO; In Tuition, price, raoce from 12 to 1M In Ik regular Dcpartmente. Primary. IU, Intermedials M, and Collegiate, IVJ. For full parliculare, aa lo Hoard, Ae., addreet MUM. N, C. THITKIIKAKT. I'rluelpxl Stanford, Lincoln Cs.,Ky DR WILL BE OPENED! d. a To Itaold Irleods and lo Ihe public on u d 0 H THE 15th DAY OF .TUNE Milt TIIK NKANOiY Eutirely Gen. OF 1882! Management. UNIlKll AN New Jai. F. Robinion. of Lexington, Manager. The office in charge of Men. John fleet ana 0. p. Moore. RATES OP BOARD Per Day 1'cr Week Per Month (SSdHyj.) ciiii.diii:k and NintaEu : $2.30 ll.OO 15.00 half I'hice. EVERY COMFORT AND LUXURY, -v Lake Ice lucluJnl, will be supplied to guests, and they are assured ttialluercrr requisite of a Drat-cleHotel the Manaceuient does not lutaud to be aurpaased by any In America. tl-J- o a W. O. WELCH. Trualte MT. UUXOX ADVUtTISKKlSTK. a 0 0 to Ms It. H. MAItTIN (Ynnl, Is a eaudldats for Clerk ol the Itoekr.iile Court, August election, IM2. JA.1I1:n P. WAIsIilN at Is a candidate for County Judge of lbxkcattls, Ihe August tlcctlou, issi, IV. M. OWUNN . la an Independent candidate for Aueesor of Uockastle County, Auguat election, 1M2. nam m. nuitDirrr, ATTOR N EY AT LAW, Mt. Vornon, Ky. aJJolniug countlea and In the Court of Appeals. Bpeclal attention gleeu to collections. m:sii:Aitrii:iMitf add-ingt- o 03 9 NHUUVM YslKIETY sNTOltE ftl'X'. VUHNON, 1CV Ageucvof KoaDgrs & J. E. VOWELS' I Cbesa-poik- 'aonua Bouth-Beu- d Chilled Plowi, Averjr's Oast and Steel Flows, Buckeye era, Mitchell larm Wagon, New Home Bewing Maohlnes, Tajlor'i Elaitio lied Springe, Mower,8weeptake Thresh, I'nuiT Jaiw of ll klmls it Ilrtic, War- - . v... rf (Tie tho Livingston OualCompnnv'iIt U tlio . Fut.r, Dnm Hop at Crab Orchard Spring Hrllllahl company aland gentle coal ready there. Society ladle men of Lincoln especially Invited and " 3. INDUCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY ! Linens, Piques, Fans, Plaid Ginghams, &c. I also offer, at Very Low Prices, my stock of Jeans, Flannels and "Woolens, which were bought early this year, at the close of "Winter sales, at 15 per cent, less than present value. Money saved is money made. Come and see me. Respectfully, K0BT. S. LYTLE. ing their grandfather, Mr. Hiram ltobert. Mr. Joe Graham, of Louisville, a very intelligent son of Dr. C. C. Graham, Ss spending the Summer with hi brother, Montrose Graham, of this place. P. K. Parriah and family and M. P.Hutchinson and family were up last week to Dr. Doore' family reunion. Drs, Graham, Lewis, Stephenson and Peltns and others also dined with the Dr. Mrs. James Carson, who ha been quite III for several days, if ' Improving. South Fori. Tbe prospect fot a P. O. here, to be called Stella, I flattering. W. It. Oooch, Sr., ha been installed as Station Agent for the It. It, Company at this place. The trestle i undergoing the "finishing touch," save the painting of the new work, which will be done at an early day. Iloh Privitt is moving out of town today. Miss Mattie Coffey returned yesterday from a visit to friend and relative in Washington county. Itob't Privitt sold to Iluck Dunn, 70 acres of knob land for $75; same bought of Mr. Dunn, a cow and calf for $30, and sold to Moses Coffey a cow and calf for $25. Calif Jones sold to Dr. Moore, of McKinney, a cow and calf for $30. Holland A Sims bought of Hen. Haugh a horse for $75. Well, as we have about settled at the "Fork," and have learned of some business changes here which may in part be of interest to the readers of the Interior-Journawe think it not improper to record them for publication, and occasionally represent this the most desirable of all points in the Interior Journal. The firm of Ham A McAninch, owners of one of the s of this place, waa dissolved steam Saturday, Mr. Ham retiring. Mr. McAninch will, in a few day, move his machin ery from here to a point three miles South of Gravel Switch. Mr. P. Barry sold his to Wilt Montgomsteam shingle ery for $000. Frank Smith has taken a half interest with Montgomery for $315. The mill Is still operated at this place, and with the two other shingle machines in operation here, we see no reason why this should not be a good point for parties in search of such material to "slop offjexamine stock, and learn price before purchasing elsewhere." W. It. Gooch, Sr., hailing from Eubanks Station, bought recently property of Moses Coffey, near the trestle, and is putting in a stock of dry goods aud groceries, which he will sell at prices to suit the times. Engleman's Mill. It is with reluctance I yield to Ihe pleadings of your regular correspondent to get up a report for this week, for there seems a strange fatality surrounding my productions; still, as sickness is his plea, I must submit to the inevitable and search my brain for items. Truly "there is nothing new under the sun." We have had no marriage or births for months. Death, too, has kept aloot There has not from the neighborhood. and the even been an gossips, it seems, have become disgusted with themselves and resolved to lead wiser and holler lives. James L. Kngleuun lost a valuable e, on Monday night, with colic. There i some talk of a picnic to be given at Island No. 10, on the 29th. However, it is mere rumor as yet. Spence Hubble delivered about 2,000 bushels ol wheat this week to H. A, B. Marksbury, of Lancaster, at $1. Cholera Morbua Is prevailing in the neighborhood. John IL, C. B. and Long Sam Engleman and Gabe Gains have recently been its victims. People are all busy stacking and threshing grain when the weather permits. Last were raised and the night the rain fell in torrents tbe entire night, causing delay and dissatisfaction to the farmer who ia ever ready to grumble and hwalt not for the good the god giveth." I have said "there is nothing new under the sun;" but, if I mistake not, the following is not only new but passing strange. Why is it that a certain turnpike official er to charge perhas ordered his sons toll attending church on Sunday, unless they belong to a certain church 7 One of our good neighbors is anxious to have tho mystery solved. Mrs. Sara Mandelle Longfellow, of t'hiladelphla, gladdened old friends by her sunny presence for a brief period on Sunday afternoon, Mira Susie Yeager will go to Lebanon, for a visit of some length, the latter part of the week, Miss Adelle Thortl, of Danville, passed through our burg on Tuesday, looking as bright and pretty as usual. Miss Lucie Moberly, of Stanford, Is visiting at Sam Spoonamore, Esq.'s. l, saw-millsaw-mi- ll tea-par- ty, work-horsflood-gates gate-keep- Friday Morning, -- Jnly ... M, 1882 M. C Portman sold to It. II. Gentry, an unbroke common mill for $100. MARRIAGES. LAN.L " OCAL TIME LAID. I'liMtiff r Irtlm North. . ii Judge Fontaine For, Jr., of LouisI want to buy fiO.OOO A, T. Nunnelly Stanford. ville, was married to Mis Lucy llarton, near Huber's Station, on the L. A N. It. H. Hur 1'ainth of IVnnjr A McAllslor. IfAnniH A Dawaom will keep on hand at Tuesday. Mulct Hed 'l Vt ixr liiialitl it A.Osra- - all timr, Manufactured and Lake Ice for On the fith, at Covington, Commodore aale. Vint Shlnkle, a popular and wealthy Kt.r.vr.M rotiNlH Hucir for $1 at McAl-intMh. II. C, Inaiit that you come steamboat man, led to the altar, Misa KmA ilriglil's. ma lluford, daughter of Ambrose I! ford, HALT, Lima anil Cemrnl ronslantl on ind settle your account with him; he need the money, lumt I A. Owsley's. Nrw stock of Jewelry anl Hilrerwiro it A!tliKIMO 'reuoious. Nunnrm.ey haa bought IVnny A McAIIiter's. 2,000 liuahel of Irlh Potatoe at 60 cl Communion at the Presbyterian church Lovkiu of (looM Ten will fin.l tlie er delivered. Sunday. Preparatory services commence in Hie city it Penny A .McAHslcr'a. for WAKTri). Mim Kate Duiidekaii would lie very ut 11 A. M Saturday with a sermon by 1,000 Int. Irish I'oUlw or trule. .McAllater A l!r!lit. much obliged totho-- o who are Indebted to H v. I. 8. McKlroy. Watches, Clock iml Jewelry repaired lief If tliey The Key. George A. Ufton, of St. ld rail ind ettle. mil warranted by Tenny A .McAllater. Louis, who got drunk and Insulted a lady Farmers delrlng to lay in their winter while on his was to Florida, lis resigned Wantki. Country bacon, highest market rlcelncash paid. McAllslerAIIriRltt. supply of coal would do well to see the hi pastorate and left the church. The I'UHK Alden Fruit VinrKir, brat In tlie proprietor of Lincoln Mill. It will be report saya he will go into butlne-aithe world, for sale only br McAllater A llrlgltL. money in their pocket. city, but doe not aay what kind. We preand You will find tlie bent cigar In town it Penny A McAlis-lerVvu. Dri-h- i Hop at Crab Orchard sume it will lie the whisky business. A Hsplisl preacher at Troy, N. Y., hss Springs tonight. Ilrilllanl company alJ. It. A 8. II. HilANKs ire receMnjr ind ready there. Society ladle and gentle- been convicted by his church of writing opening i nice new lot of Zelgler Hlioea love letters to the pretty girl of his conmen of Lincoln eecially Invited ami exlow cut. gregation, although a married man, of lypected. A FUL1, line of California. Canned flood, ing and of conduct unbecoming a minister. Including Apricots, (Iraiies, 1'eara. Peaches Mr. T. L. CarpenLiTTTE Personam. and llgg I 'I inn it McAliaier ind alright.. ter was made a proud father Tuesday night. On an expression of repentance, the brother was forgiven, hnt hi psstorial relation It'aalioy. Mr. Cabliell Wood, wlio-- e wa dissolved. PERSONAL husband died a short time since, also has The Kvangaliat Ilarnea continue to Miw Kmma Dodm I -- Isltlng Mm. ff 1. a lioy. Stagsattract large audienc to hear him preach j ha refuaed to grant Josh Dye CoNditR-Mum Klua A. Knolkman U Wailing at the Itlnk, hut he ha met with little ena penaion. Josh need it had enough, but couragement In the matter of conversions Mlsa Kate Grimes. a debata- or in contributions toward paying hi exC. II. Okntuy and wire hare cone to whether or not he dererves it ble pjealion. Of course be will think that penses. Fifty-twllourLon on visit. dollars I all that ha Tom PiCRhKM. in back from Tennessee the reaion of lua failure was because he come to replenish his exchequer, whllo voted for Hancock and Kngliah. the average daily expense are about $25. in Tery bad health. This remind us of what old Miss Doi.lie Wll.l.UM". In witli her THE first drea hall of the season occuraat Ilfr, Mr. Dr. Huffman. Crab Orchard Springs this evening, which man Iewis itossell said when he heard Tim W. IIkkiinh, after a oliort Illness, promlaen to be a nice affair. Guest are that Mr. Barnes waa going to Dayton: la again able to be at hi port. arriving in considerable number daily, "He has gone to the right place now to carMm ani Miw. Wm. ItoviTO!, of and the room are filling rapidly, giving ry out hia theory of preaching lor nothing. aroat Capt. (leo. II. MeKlnncy's. gratifying iMiirancei-o- f a prosperoua sea- Those people would listen to him forever, and never contribute to hia support. The Oim lightning compositor, Oen. P. J. son. White, hiu been confined to hi) bed all thia In another column, notice of the incor almighty dollar sticks to them with wonderful tenacity." Uncle Lewis was born week. poration of tho Stanford and Preachers- I)lt. I. 8. llUliliirrr, of llroadliead waa rilte Turnpike i published. The capital and raised in that section, am ho ought to was here yesterday, and brought ua filthy stock i tn be not lea than $3,000 nor more know. lucre. LAND, STOCK AND CROP. than $10,000, to be divided In share of $23. Dit. J. P. Pr.rrox, worn out waiting An election of officers will occur on the The Delaware peach crop will reach nick, haa hiuiielf succumbed and ia on the Hist Inst. 5,000,000 baskets. now confined to hi bed, Tray lor A Sons sold to II. F. Hobinson, IIase IIalu Our boys are not satisfied Mil. J. D. Pmcr,with hiaaccomplialied a car load of 250 lb. hogs at 7 cents. MIm Leila of Iyincaaler, returned that the picked nine of Danville can beat daughter, Tom Ilobinson sold to a Louisiana tliero, at least not so badly aa they did the from ijulssllle Wednesday, trolling gelding for $250. other evening, so they will go down thia party a !2 year-olA. II. Kvans, Ksj,ii prominent lawK. II. Ilronaugh, Crab Orchard, ha CO I hero with a view to afternoon to try them on their own ground. yer of Zaneavllle, O., 1 farm near town. It waa their Intention to go to Crab Or- No. breeding ees for sale 1st August. purchase a In the Houie on Tuesday the approchard to play tho game, but owing to a Land Agent .Miller hat him in tow. priation for the Geological Survey waa inmisunderstanding this change i made. Mim Minnie Ioon, the bright and " Honlh......... t (0 A. M. On Wednesday, at Mr. John Spiers, now prepared to do Mr. John II, Surler wa married to Mi all klnda of custom grinding In good order. Polly n. Spiers, a damsel of seventeen. . The Iluflalo Mill i Inmt Potatom. at once. 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 LOCAUtOTICES, hu-li- lr'. Itui-l.K- 11 lst SEW AllVKRTISF.Mr.lTK. bu-h- cli fPT? A ATQ J. AWVltlQ do SYRUP n-Pennington haa twogood, " atrongteamaandleprepartd lo all klnkaofhaullug. II will work on nl hia teams lo jiowera I! ilnlrtd. (lira him a Job. tl PENNY PENNY -- " & McALISTBR FDEIA.R.MA.OISTS , naiLaa lie.-- .. BROMIDE CHLORAL DRUGS, HOOKS, STATIONERY Phvalclans' Prescriptions srctirstely compounded, & FANCY ARTICLES. Pharmaceutical Preparations aspeclally. n Ufor-Gran- ts & McALISTER, am nilvi:kivaiu: THfE GREAT NERVINE II la TheLARGEST STOCK of WAT0HES.0L00KS, JEWELRY Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Bopairod on short notice, and Warranted. tho ttmtif - II r.u.f.a Asthma. aaipuiioti or in llnirt. Sborlnn. oT Rrrslli, ind lljatrrlra nr. ran. far nKIHIKEVI FJL ff UHIMat. alronth- ApiwIUe TK:jt:i. (urHiii:i.ikiiiH Oi for XTHONO all orer In by phjateiaaa It 1. lramaiM.iT 001 naa mnai r.meoi... rtouirii aril hoars loaipartaoeo Ih.ir ton.Ael.t afleela, - dii r.tl.r. lo palaful InSaramalory or any crtbar sieeiilialy tr quitting Iks narfta II b.l roainin1l eoaoMf . Pries, M rents per bottle. Prepared bj TV. It. AIIIII.KLn', apnlhamrr, Cos. flioaotu iid rTl:s,l IMUNNATI, O Aak your lirugpUl lor it, or a.n.1 tor Clraular. 1 H. G. RUPLEY, JSEJEStt.OttJSL.JST'J STANFORD, KY., o Notice I.J.J. of Incorporation. TAILOR, sly'a. Ills motto Is: Em-uire- Newlaod, W. T. King, John Anderton, Silas Anderson, Wm. M. Lackey, K. D. Lackey, Takes this opportunity of thanking his patrons In Stanford and vicinity for tbelr liberal support, and Block this early In Ihe aesion, before being culled hopes to retain It, at ho hss selected a first-clai- a II. Paraona and W. S. Spoonamore hies aaaocla-te- d J. over, and it Ihemaelves and become an Incorporated company under the corporate name "Tlie Ntianfortl (lar-ran- i, nntl PrenrlieravllleTnrnpllie Compaa rt jr." Tha principal place of transacting the buii-nes- Comprises Kverything that is Itfew, TOUPiT OHXT3EtODE3C WHOLESALE of the company will be at Stanford, Kj. 1. Tbe general nature of the business of the company will be tbe conalrucllon, operation and maintenance of a macadamized or garel turnpike road from a point within 3 mllea of Stanford to Preach-entitl- e, From the best of Foreign Makers. They will be cut andmtdsln firat-cias- a Cutting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. "To Excel." Ky 3. Toe amount of capital atock is to be not lesa than 13,000 nor more than f 10,000, to be divided into aharea of 125, to be paid in initallmanta of 20 cfcj OO-- . AND RETAIL DEALERS IN d blue-gras- s cultirated daughter of the I'realdeut of the Kentucky Unlrenity, who haa been Tailing Mra. Dr. Huflman, leave forborne thia morning. Ma J. John FitY, of tie Quartermaster's department, ia looted at the Myera House for the season to Investigate claims grow lug out of the late war. lie ia a cousin uf (lent. Fry and waa horn and raited at Dantllle. A l'lCNIO waa given in the wood of Mr. Yatea, lut Haturday in honor of MIm Sat lie Penny, of Stanford. The occasion was Lighly enjoyed and ia the firat of the kind d that haa been heaid of thia Herald. UknuT. T. (UitRAm, of Clay roun ly, grandson of Kentucky' former Gotrr-no- r, appeared at the recent Superior Judicial Convention G feet high, with 'J13 pound weight, bearing well hi 0 yearn of active life, June 7th being hi birthday. Dr. Wm. Garrard, of Illinois, ia probably the only other Hying grandaon, of GoverParia Kenluckhn. nor Garrard. Sumtner.--Hiclimon- . - LOCAL MATTERS. Wanted. A lot of country bacon, hauia and aidea by W. T. Green. Coal Company' coat The Living-to- n rau't be beat. Call onT.T. Davie for it. Ilmcic for aale. Apply to Henry Ilaiigltman, Stanford. Heavy raina have fallen aince our lut iaaue but we have heard of no damage re. a lilting. coal 10 ceuta Daviess. Three iiukdheii thousand Laurki. county double screened nut wr buahel delivered. T. T. Ciiiccens continue scarce at. $2 50 per doien. Illackberrie are flooding the market at "5 centa a watcrbucket full. Full Dukjw Hop at Crab Orchard ltrilliant compiny alSpring ready there. Society ladles and gentlemen of Lincoln eapeclally invited and expected. Please Notice. All person indebted to Hate A Nunneller, either by note or account will pleaae come forward and fettle iunuedUtely. The buainea iniut be wound up. A. T. Kuunellcy. Not Foil jAcou.-- Mr. K.T. Hemphill, a leading merchant of Ilrodlmad, and a county prominent man among Itockca-tl- e republican, aaya that hi party in that county will not aupport Jacob with any degree of unanimity. Ha lout a large number of vote by hia apeech in that county. Youno Ike Hamilton, better known a "lloaa," waa taken so suddenly nick Wednesday night, aa to cauae the Impre-uiothat he had attempted suicide, Phyaician were sent for when it was found that a fit had caused the trouble. He waa rigid and speechless for hours and ia till in a precarious condition. Laxcactku Nona What ia the matter with W. M. H T ltobert Kinnalrd acclden-tall- y dropped a pUtol, which was discharged, inlllctlng a painful, though not seriou wound In the thigh. MrsAlbert G. Hern-do- n died Sunday, aged 87. Politic are Cooming, and the nig ia going it for jailer. f, G. Sweeney has purchased of 'Squire M. O. Porlmau, of Stanford, over '200,000 brick to build up the burnt district. Three Siwjtore building ire to be erected. Mr. Portumn say hi brick can't be beat for three good reasons. u -- We have grown three inchea taller since learning that away down in the State of Texa, a baby boy haa been named in honor of 111. He I the son of Mr. Milton G. Cash, formerly of thia county, who aaya be gave Mm the name because o( our of the Governor' abuse of the power receded. vetted in him. We shall leave that boy a Daniel Stagg weighed to Lehman A million of dollar some day. I!ro., 23 head of cattle, 1,1'JO lbs.,at0 centa, IxJUlsvn.i.K aiieai. Just ss a number and Mat Sandidge, 20 averaging l,r07, at ofGen Wolfords old friend and admirers same price. Clipsetta, the old filly that won here had raised sufficient money to buy a liome,aiddle and bridle to present to him, a the Indies' and Tennessee stakes at Louisposter was received showing that Louiavllle ville, and the Ladies' stakes at St. Louis, partie were ahead of them. They will died Tuesday of a bowel aflectlon. George D. Wearen has received make their presentation at Cheatham' bushel of wheat for which he paid $1 Ilridge, near Columbia, on the 2.1d, at His various agencies have which time a "grand old fashioned, demo- per bushel. cratic picnic will be given. Our people purchased some 40,000 bushels more at 00 cents, ran appropriate their money to something K. D. and L. Logan weighed to Lehelse useful. man A lira, yesterday, CO head JC90 lb. catKo'K('A!iti.eS'KIS(1s. We received the tle at C centa. These cattle left last night following characteristic note from Seph via Chesaeake A Ohio It. It. to the ocean, Campbell yesterday: Please whoop up thence to Europe. in a local, noticing the running of through James Walton bought of It. Y. McEl-ro- y trains to London next Monday. Splendid twenty head of butcher cattle weight new hacks, spirited, blue gra steeds, about 1,000 pound at 4 cents, and of various 3 hour over delightful road, amidst finest other parties twenty head of rattle, at from scenery and into spring for aupper. "In- 2 to4cent per pound. Lebanon Stanauguration ball" Monday night. Fine dard. -- At Lexington Monday, from four to band en route Monday. Grand excursion from Louisville and Islington by firat five hundred cattle were on sale, and some train. Kverything lovely, ind chicken left over. For common stock prices ranged roost low. from 3J to 4J cents per pound. A few meeting of the Cen- broke mule were on the market, and told The tral Kentucky Medical Association will bo at from $75 to $130 per head. Horses in held at Crab Orchard Springs, on Wednes demand. The Danville and Harrodsburg fairs day, the 20th Inst., at 3 o'clock r. M. The subject for debate will be Choltra Infantum, conflict, both occuring on Auguat 1st to 4th. which will be opened in a paper by Dr. The Kichmond fair will be held August 8 18; Henry Plutnmer, of Harrodiburg. Dm. to 12; Lawrenceburg, Aug, 15 to ScbiiTer and Cheatham, of Louisville, will Shelkyville, Aug. 22 to 2.1; Lexington, each present an original paper; the former Aug. 29 to Sept. 2; Paris, Sept. 5 to 8; on the "Miscroscope," and the latter on and Mayaville Sept 19 to 22. In Cincinnati, good cattle are active, "Injuries of the F.ye and their treatment." meeting pronihea to be a pleasant and lower grade dull. Common, $3 to $3,75; The instructive one, and it is expected that the good to choice butcher, $5.25 to $025; shippers, $5 50 to $0 60. Hogs are not so attendance may be full. strong but best are still quoted at.$S CO to CiiAiKiEit With Slkamno. Constable $9; common $7 to 7.G5. The sheep market Dan. Miller arrested and lodged in Jail Lamb are easy a 4 laqulet al3 to here Tuesday, a white man named J. W. toGj. Walker, charged witli stealing a gold ring Penn A Jenkins have bought about 75, from Adam WeiUel, of Hustonvllle. 000 bushel of wheat, for delivery from Walker, who claims to be a Virginian, haa July 20th to 25th, at one dollar per buahel. been living in Hustonvllle three years, and The price for threshing wheat is 5 cents Is said to be a good mechanic. He fell in per bushel with everything furnished, or love with a Miss Maggie Sandifer, to 12) cents when the thresher furnish. Mr. Is claimed, he gave the ring aa a whom, it 11, M. Oiborn sold to Joseph P. Gayle 450 token of engagement. Mis Maggie I" a lambs (second draw) averaging about 75 and Walker is a pretty little 10 pound, at $3. 25 per head. W. A. Leach partially excusable for giving her a ring, sold to John llayless, of Bourbon, a car even if lie did have to steal It. The cose was load of fat cattle, averaging about 1,300 tried before Judgo Itrown yesterday, when pounds, at 0 cents. Georgetown Times. Walker was held In the sum of $100 to the grand jury. Failing to make bond he LINCOLN COUNTY. went back to Jail. Crab Orchard. DuitlMi the late Legislature, a charter The Memphis Hand la here, and a waa obtained for a railroad from thia place large crowd U expected at O. O. Spring through Casey and Adair and thence ilong Friday night. the partially completed track of the CumMiss Alice Stusrt began the public berland and Ohio to Gallatin, Tenn. Wa school here last Monday with 30 pupils. are very happy to say that at present the F. F. llobbitt will begin school soon In promises are flattering for the early letting District No. 53. of the road. A gentleman who says ha An interesting feature connected with speaks from the card, tells u that the the Spring this season Is the lady eques Kentucky Central I negotiating with the trian who are often joined by some of the incorKratoM for it and that it ia anxious young ladle of the village, who equal to get it. A meeting U to be held at theui In gracefulness. a Tenn,, next Saturday, when Mr. Sarah Well celebrated yesterday will be exchanged and other steps tbe 59lh anniversary of her birthday. Dr. taken, We also learn that a gentleman of Lewia waa called home Tuesday to attend naajueen pariiauv empioyea 10 Mtanioru who waa badly k liked by a horse. secure the right of way and will enter up. his wife, The MUea Ilryant, of Missouri, are visit- on hi duties' In a short time, criti-ciatu 15,-011 creased from $120,000 to $220,000. Tbe first bale of new cotton recieved Ibi season waa sold at Houston, Texas, Friday, to Carson A Kills for $250. The news that the Kyptian war had commenced in earnest caused wheat to go up 3 or 4 cents at Chicago, but it has since percent., the flnt to be paid Aujuil 31, 1831, and the reaidue erery 30 days thereafter. 4. Tbe corporation la to commence July 20, IBS J, and continue for Elty years from that data. 5. The affairs of the corporation are to be conducted by firs directors to be elected by theahare-holde- ra of ths corporation. The first election of directors Is to be held at the Court-HoaIn Stanford, July 31, 1882, and thereafter the directors are to be annually elected on the firat Saturday In July of each year. C. Tbe corporation can subject Itself to no indebted Deu beyond Itaasseta. 7. Private property la to be exempt I rout corpoGO-rate dekta. PIANOS AND OEGANS Sheet K.sic, Soota, .si all Kills of Musical HerchindiH. NO. 66 WEST FOURTH S Grand PIANOS, Square In J, CINCINNATI, O. HaSuS, aud Upright PIANOS, Rosewood, Satinwood, Mahogony, French Walnut and Ebonizetl Cases, in elegant designs to correspond with any style of Furniture. Elegant Parlor Organs, Chanel Organs, Church Organs, With one Manual, with two Manuals and Pedals, containing the rnost tiful, powerful aud useful combinations ever procured in reed Instruments. beau- BEP0RT OF THE CONDITION The Farmers National Bank We invito the public attention to our large and well selected stock of and our unequaled facilities for furnishing the best class of instruments at low rates. We purchase for net cash in In tho State of Kentucky, at tho Closo of larger quantities than any other houso in thia city. The expense of our Bualnees. July 1. 1882. PIANO and OHGAN Department is far less than some houses doing exclusively n Piano and Organ trade. We have reached lower RESOURCES prices than have beeu tendered by any dealers iu this market, and guarantee ...1217,132 91 Loans and discounts. ....... ........, ... 2,191 13 all instruments as represented. We sell on easy monthly or quarterly payOrerdraft ......................... U. 8. Donda to secure Circulation...... 200,000 00 ments, and any instrument taken on trial, not proving as represented, may Other stocks, bonda and mortgagesM.MM-Du- e 28,000 00 be returned at our expense. Wo solicit correspondence with persons desirfrom approred reaerve agents..Hm. 33,478 38 ....... lC.OoO 75 ing to purchase, and tako pleasure in answering all inquiries. Due from other National Uankl... C.3O0 00 Ileal estate. Furniture and Fixtures...... JOHN CHURCH &, CO. PIANOS andORGANS, 33 Current expenaes and taxes ............. 9,140 00 Bills of other Uanka Fractional paper currency, uickels and 9 17 I imlea.... 4,000 00 Specie..... m.....M.M.MM.M. Legal-tend2,000 00 notes........ Redemption fund with V. S. Treasurer 9.000 00 (3 per ct. of circulation). ..... ........ pald.M ................... ....... GEO. D. WEAREN, STANFORD, LANCASTER and HUSTONVILLE, DEALER IN ToUl Capital Stock paid In J37I.C02 81 LIAUILITIES. Surplus Fund . Undlrlded profita-.- .. National Rank Kotcs outstanding IndlrldualDepoalta subject to check Due to other National Uanka.... Due to State banks and bankera J200.000 00 29,200 89 1,737 177,000 1C3.2I4 313 42 00 12 73 Grain, Wool, Orchard Grass and other Seeds, 88 63 1571,002 81 Total... .. .......... STATE OF KENTUCKY, 1 County of Lincoln. J I, J no. R. Owsley, Caabler of the above named Rank, do aolemnlr ewrar that the abore atateinent la true to the beat of my knowledge and belief. JNO. II. OWsLKY, Cashier. of Subscribed and aworn to before mo thia 12tb day July, 1882. JNO. J. McKOUERTS, N. 1 L. C. Correct atteatt T. J, II. Shanks, R. 11. P.llltt WOODS, Directors. REPORT OF THE CONDITION THE NATIONAL BANK OP STANPOUDi At Stanford, in the Btato of Kentucky, at Cloaa of Ouaineaa, July 1. 1882. RESOURCES. 2J Loans and Discount.. ..... . Orerdrafta... U. S. Honda to secure circulation......... U. S. Bonda on band Other atocka, bonda, and mortgagee Du from approrod reserve agenta..... ...... Due from other National lUnis... Due from Slate Banks and bankers. Real Eatate, furniture and flxturea. Current espouses and taxes paid....... Premiums paid......... ....... Checks and other cash Items.... Bills of other Bsnk Fractional Mlr curreucy, nlckeU aud .. pennies. df i .a. i dfi. isa: i -- SFRiira- sxr - i w.A.o-oas-s- , a. i gv i o isr js. i i 5, S.8J 1W.OO0 GOO 42 77 12,500 27,079 00 00 00 37 9,023 73 313 C9 6,769 80 1 ,136 82 VI 12 ......... 3,081 79 2.180 00 M year-olde- Specie lgsl-tcnd- - MUM 11,160 Redemption fund wlln U. S. Treasurer ..... (3 per ceut. of cliculsllon)........ uolt 00 813000 1113,883 53 Notice to Contractors ! Total rronouli fur IU fur lbs erection of a one-stokrtck lullillu(of S rooms, near Iks alts ot tha present Seiulnarr, will U recalled by Ilia under-algue- il till I'i M., Saturday, July IStb. Plana aud aiiecloeatlooacan to ku al tin oltlc of l'uny A Htlllftrd. U. it. CIIKNAULT, 1 A. H. l'ENNY. lien. Ii. WKAIlKN t IWtee. JOS.SKVIiUANCEj ....1150,000 Capital SUxk paU M.OW Surplus Fund . .70J -Undivided profits..........- -. 129,700 Nat. Bank notes ouUtandlug 128,29 Indlildual Deposlta euhjeil to check 1 Cashier's checks oulstsudlog... .. 103 . Dus to other Nalloual Banks 1,120 Du to 8Ut Banks and bankers........ LIAUILITIES. OO .. 00 87 00 39 73 63 91 BUGGIES Ilcuiierm Neir-Hlmler- A.3STX) Boyle County Farm for Sale! A Isriu of 130 ACHES of very rkb LIut-xralaud Irlna tlou to 2 (ood piles, IK wllr from Ilia In a Damllle. In ansicsllent nelgbborboud. blgb atala ol cultivation. Ilu a uwt welt OuUUed culUtfeofS ruouia, a good bam vllb abed. Ira. Iioum and olbcroutkiiusea, good orchard wltb all kludauffrult. II la caudleutly leuctdwllb aud rail aud atone fvues. Tber ia abuudauco( water ou Ibepreiutaeafsr all uurpuaea Iroul Of sprlog tbal utfer (all. Tblaiaou ol lb tuoat fer 111 aud drslrabl (trtus ia lb Co, Tries, IU rr acre, balfcaab, balauca In 1 year wltb InUreat. or W. 11. MlLLKlt, Apply to T. T. UAVlKb M-Stauford, Ky. Total STATE OF KKNTUCKY.l, County of Llucolu, I, Jitu. bauk do 1113,883 63 UrtUii Nullty Drills C'lilliVHtorw, llHrrewM, Corii-IMuHter- Mower, NtruH-C'Hlter- CARRIAGES, rv ITHj'-IlHUe- IMowh, it Corii-SlifllerlItty-lrctMei- Gal-lali- propo-sltlon- llIK MHChlllVM J. Mtllol.rU, Cashier or abore uaiucd tha abut soletuuly swesr that toy knoolnlga aud Aud other Implements and Machinory. ataleuHUlialrustothebntur We buy exclusively JNO. J. MlUOItKltra, Caslilcr. beltif. lots, and comequeutly obtain the d direct, for cash, in Goods at Subxribrdaud aworn tu More me Ibis 12lbday lowest rates of freight. Our motto is r 'Tirst-clu- s N. 1. L. C J, U. vl July, Its:. tbe Best ii always the Cheapest." Hespectfully, car-loa- Tkrt'sik- HHts from lullKIHeal, Manufacturers, largest discount; and Seasonable Price CuaHkCT ATTUT. J. J. H. W. Wc'ALUIIS U, W, llocaaa. GEO. D. WEAKEN, V VaPvs, ) Dlrttlvra, W. Ii. WITIIKKN, Dspot. Managar Lancastsr (lltri'V- Stanfoid.Ky. A: - & V llanagsrs UuatooTtUsJet AVlf.l.lMUU. a a Sa.a a y. st.a.itifoiixj, icy. Frid.iv Morninir. -- July M, 1882 i I CINCINNATI HOimiHUN DIVISION. Missouri, Iowa, Xanitti, Texas, Kurdett, of the Turlington Day Aeni NJt Jfawlrye, bunt out of his sanctum on Tho North, Norlhweal ami Weal In fact, If you STATIONS. Hi. aH P.M. P.M. ccinlanMala trip In any direction, your Intereet tho Fourth and desolated n suburban will ha lmttemd hy purrhailng your tlckeli f la K, V, ami each I.re. C1nlnnt, town with nn oration, from which wo Ml a o 144 man PalaceCincinnati, ITralna Dar way 1) Pull mng aucr mo comM neorgetown..MMM "Mv mother and I had often talked mis occurred noi s II II 10 Cataj Klcgtnt Na Ooeehee, and IISS per?" quota : ft 10 MM hendnomely HimUhed lleellnlng (hair Care form " UalnUiu,........... Dial and immortality. Sho Iro pletion of the Bishop's Hock Light, " Nichoiiin-...- -. III II M lh uneiialel Hpilpnienta of thli Old lletlil.le, IISS Why havo wo assembled hero to- of death "Oh certainly, Mr. Bonsot." a which n trip oeer " High llrlilg.. lits iherehy nuking a pleaiur. Ihla Una on ol It Hi qucntly magnetized mo when sho was Scilly is erected onoutrock boyond tho "Fried them, I suppose, yourself, comfort ami day? What means this vast concourso in the Atlantic. Try It. Islands, far " lanll.........., I1SI 10 Mi It 4? liAlinprn. ttiMO in health, and I was in tho clairvoyant One " Junction Oily ..... arlolft It ST ISi nf niAnta llifxn tenvtnrr of the builders told of a heavy eca ma anu TIMKTAIII.K, IN KKrhOT MAY II, 111). SCO 130 " Somerret ..!-' when tho ..- -: i ui. state, hv her assistance, JHhIii Nf., Nliiiiiortt, ICy. ..i ..-!.- .of that " Point HnrmVri .... "You can rest assured no A M IM spiritual sicht was first civen mo. My striking under tho lantern nnd carry- sir." 7 SO ItoMI DIS ., ' llorkwnod, ..m. TTurr "N57V "KiTT Ton it. r 1.....1. i... i n.i.:i:.m which hung by ' Cprlng Oily 40 ..... im S Stl I.to. OaTlngtnn (Baker ) I acquired ing nway the S W am 1 41 P lit S .10 p III im- - your assistance SS Ll IntelliWe. As I face this MM 'Mixed the batter, too, of course?' JOHN DINWIDDIE.PIIO'R, Arr. Oiatunaoira .... ' lalnioulli p m 7 40 pill II Id 4 power of nutting myself in that a stout arm of iron nearly, thrco inches A.M. P.M. P.M "Built them from the start to " Cynthlana menso multitude, I nm impressed with the square. low a nt 5 17 l u of an op " It 14 m M p w M, l.te. ChallannKga. . . finish, Mr. Bonsel; no ono but myself u7 M Arr. Parte one thought, that rushes upon ray stato without tho assistance A few years ago ltghthouso keepers Islington II 7!W It l p ia 1 7WI FEBRUARY 22, 1878 " Spring City . .. I SO p in 7 SO . " 1U wn.l S4S ar 7 40 IU(S I.tc Islington very soul and struggles in vain for erator. Sho had often requested that on this rock wero in a terrible prcdic oven lends nn oyo to work of this kind OPENED p iu Wlncketter Point imrMHe I wonld, at tho timo of her decease, anient during a hurricane, tho vio- when I am nblo to ba about." IS llti A.H 11(1 Arr. Ml. Htrtllng 1 IS p w S 19 p la utterance It is tho thought that 1 3 10 SMpm " ,. lot " Aahland 7 JilMtrtn Oily .. "Well, that settles It this must bo BOARD. 92.00 IX If so these put myself in that state, and carefully lence of which was described as being ilr li ii a in DAY. " fomenrt ...... .... am not going to mako Daiiellle 111 IU S4U lit " llunllnitnn . s 6a p nt I 10 a nt tho spirit from yours thcn,"ai(lMr. Bonosct, handing peoplo hear a word I say. It is not a notico the departuro of High llrtdtx. 311 019 III fearful. Hi. I. NoT. Mount tin. S. to Commercial M IM SM NkhoUMlIle grand thought. It is not oven a tho body. Her failing health admonTho lighthouse was struck by enor- over a Ul.o eysbrow, winch ho then Special Accommodation 7 a l.ex. Huntington 41 , " l.rii(tfl M a in I M a lit ished her that her cud for this life was Travolere. 4 " (lewfgttow n . ... 7S9 W brilliant thought Hut it is true, and mous waves in quick succession, each discovered to account for tho discrep 7 (W a in I U a in Aahland.. 10 J 7 40 7 0S Arr. Clnelknall MI.MWrllng II Ma u. A 9i a ni the trutlKis worth far moro than bril- near, but sho viowed it with calmness, causing a noiso liko tho discharge of ancy in Mrs. Hopper's facial make up. " WlMhntrr II JO ! in It II a m life AI.AIIA M A tlUKATCOUTHHUN. Jl.Tl. I II p in 7 Ma m liancy. And I will tell tho truth for her thoughts were full of tho "Your system ia n good one Mrs. Baggage Transferred Free of Charge life, tl(tlntKKa........ .... Arr. Islington placed on her canaofi, and making tho bmhsivo atone uo ... 1 (HI p m 7 SO a in Islington.. every timo I got an opportunity. It to como, and hopes building rock to and fro, to that every Hopper. Doing nil tho work ono's Iluave recently taken charge of this home " Allalla -- .. . M p in IIM " Pail in in Heaven. Death had no " (hnthlana.. 3 SO p m SUa iu ... I id 9 uO a isn't often that I get tho chauco. What, Father IHniilnlim....... ,, article tell away from its plaee. One self makes it easy for a patron to trace and intend to have first-cla" TMtcla ..... t Sil " Falmouth . 4 w p m 10 m a iu (Mam reconcile Tico's weather terrors for her. When sho felt its fearful sea broke the great lens in sov-cr- ownerships when ho discovers any with trying to accommodations. 8 IS p nt 11 41 a in 10 a m rrMefldlan ..... .. 10 00 Arr. Oirlngton '. predictions and the president's policy, approach sho sent for me, as I was abI.re. Meridian . ..Z. ... ... 4i9 pieces, and another smashed tho exotica in lus pabulum. MAYSVII.I.K DIVISION sent attending an invalid. I came ' TuealHU. 1 10 .. And Mr. Boncset lifted himself fiom a roan has to be vigilant and lie awake cylinders of tho sparo light, whilo sand tip " ltlrmlnghaM II M No. II l.r. Islington Aphi. Arr. MaiaenT .. . Islington 9 9Sa " AtUllaM. .. ..... 11 No II" Ma ruilleHWw . nights and watch his chance in order and remained constantly with her un- from tho bottom, thirty fathoms deep, his scat with tlio air of ono unconscious Mayan lie 9 ISlm Arr. OiattaftQftfa- - ...... (So No. II Pule S M a ra. ..! Her was found heaped of tell a little til sho left us for a better home. to get an opportunity to No. II " Mijulllell Jpm l'rn J, Ui.7m upon tho lighthouso of having sown a small mcasuro vrvKaTium, ANiTincniinAN. truth onco a week, and yet this has last words were addressed to mo. Per- gallery. The power of these unbroken gangrene in a defenseless woman's I and 2 run daily! H othera ditly ....Z !?i .'.'.. 1616 I.te. MmWI.i. ceiving that sho was dying, I seated TnlnXa Exchange. nothing to do with the Turkish war. " masses of water is so great that lately, organism. ., 1 1t eicept Nutnliy. HHll llalea to migrant!. ... t STANFORD. KY, : ' Hr4M 4 II tlekcti, ratei and Information I'ertalnlngto time, ... wo assem- myself in tho room, and was soon iu a at Wick, one of these shocks moved Why, then, I repeat, arc " Jaekw SSS eonneetlotta, ,le , rail on or addreea Eiigeuo V. Chad, an export young state of spiritual clairvoyance. With bled hero To rejoice that we H. T. SWIIT, Aft, Islington. ,. .. Arr. Vtakakwrg . . ISS "a concreto block of four hundred ton s jeweler, of Philadelphia, when arrest L'HAS. I. IIIIOWN, I) r. AT. A. Propr. I.tf. VkkJirg E. II. BDHNSIDE, t .. aro a freo people, endowed with tho the opening ot the inner sight tho build up in situ." Chambers' ISO J. D. KLI.KON, (len'l Manager. " JarkNi ed last week, was turning down n t: I. ... ...... ) inalienablo rights of life, liberty and painful sceno of mother's death was " . L .. piece on a lathe. His plan was ingen! changed to a vision of glory beauti - Known ," rtrandan Porr.t This Old nnd Woll IIM pursuit of happiness in tho long range. CONDENSED TIME. . Some pcoplo delight to magnify the ious. Ho sawed the top plato off n ..... j To reioico that the precious boon and ful, angelic spirits present, watching Hotol Still Maintains its Arr. Meridian ... most ordinary experience, and hear coin, and then fastening tho remainVUfKaniMMI. HtlKKVKPOin' AND PACIt'lO. High Imputation, heritage of freedom is ours, bequeath- over her. Their faces were radiant rn. VWiiUirg .". . .'i II XI AND ed us by tho fathers who fought, bled with bliss, and their glittering robes them relate it you would think tho ing piece to tho latho chuck proceeded " Wu m .... ..... I . I... . itSSS and died, that I and mine and you and were like transparent snow. I could most wonderful thing in tho world had to drill out tho interior, leaving the Its Proprietor is Determined that Arr Monro feel them as material, and yet thoy happened. The other day, while dis back and edge intact, hut only a mere 7 t nreMonre... it Shall bo Second to no Country yours might breath tho air of freedom. I 10 HAIMCO.ll MXK. ' lWta .. ., ... TTS Hotel in the State in its Fare, I . . i jw Arr VkkilHiric. And we rejoice to day, wo are proud communicated a sensation I can only cussing tho quality and duration, or shell. Ho filled this shell with fine or AttenAppointments, describe by saying it seemed like com rather the durability of human affec- steel wire, copper, silver nnd platinum, and happy and glad, glad that our JOHN fcroTT, V. V. and (Ian. Man. (In. Sou. TIIAINH IIOINtNOHTII. tion to Comfort of IPy llnrlnnatl. (Hila; K. P WII.Mi.V, II K. and lathers died for us instead of compell- pressed air. Homo of these heavenly tion, we were sternly rebuked of our and then soldered tho top on by aid of ' t.i. Sun. their Qncsts. Maani T, IMJ. P A (111 Hon. IPy, Cincinnati, (I ; II. COM,. , debased leaving tho ing us to die for them. They were attendants stood at her head and somo heresy by a statement that no long the IIUAN.U P A . II 8 ll'y. Oaltanoia.TeDn ; I.ve. Ulchineihl .. . mM I 00 a m YKkaUig. P A V. A "HI ke great, grand men, in fact they were, at her feet, whilo the others seemed to er ago than last month a young nnd plundered coin nt about its origi- Baggage charge. eontejed to lid from Ihedeagt J IIAIIDV. V.( ji(iUIIIIS.ll. M.P IPy, V., K. A P. " Uneader .,,,.,.. Co MIm., JOI. A. Special acroMmedatiaae to frre of " l.lilngiton ... be hovering over her form. They lady who read in an evening paper a nal weight. Another plan was to boro ,,.. 7io It'y, Monroe, I.k, many of them, great grand-latherla Commercial Trarrlrra, The liar will ' Crab Urclianl.. .... Ii alnaya eapalled with the ehelrnt notico of tho marriage of her lover was holes diagonally through tho coin ' fc'UMorJ. ...... ... f to It is sweet to dio for one's country. seemed so pure, so full of love, that it kraade of Llqeera aal ligare. M" from nnd extract tho 'gold THE NEW ROUTE EAST, "' Shell.r Clty.. ... It seems to me that I, too, would glad was sweet to look at them as they so aflectcd that when sho awoko tho and tho sideswith silver platinum. tlinenl. Ji..il., Ill or replace " MllehrlUIurg.. to OS " ly, add my namo to tho list of great watched tho change now taking place next morning her hair was perfectly VIA" llanun ,,,. II M) M white, and even the chignon, which Tho nefarious trick yielded Chad, so he " New llaien and good, and die for my country of in my mother. . II 10 ptu Arr llianon Junrltou. II 17 "1 now turned my attention more she had carefully laid in tho bureau admitted, $2 40 ou ii $5 piece, S I 80 1 would die sooner it it was old ago. 1 10 Cincinnati Junction. liMiletlile... ....... 110 thought necessary, but I haven't got directly to my mother, and saw tho drawer, had changed color. Of courso on 810 and so on proportionately. external sense leave her. First the we said nothing, becauso we arc not Chicago Times. time. I am too busy. But if my TRAINS aUINd SOUTH. sacrifices are needed next centennial, power of sight departed, and then a experts in weighing facts; but if wo Tho only way to deal with a liar is CHESAPEAKE UNO OHIO HI UariiT,ilal.' Ka. rlun. they may call on me, and I will either veil seemed to drop over the eyes; had been irascible or impolite we to beat him at bis own game. That then tho hearing, and next the sense could have matched tho statement by I.re. loulaillle .... .. IU au come or send a hand. ho ia not an editor of a t is, of course if g OS b M l.f. Mnf.ir.l tiii: o.MiY i.i.vi: nrxxixii FaJBt i n.wpii W wttljmmWWtlwWmft wjrm aaai Our fathers died for us. They died of feeling. The spirit began to leavo another far moro significant. Wo our- - pious newspaper. What started this " Crab (Inhard ,, 1M 1 10 Arr. IJrlngvton t willingly and gladly. But if they the limlu, and they died first, and tho seves knew a man, a married man of item was rendiug about nn American ...... . 1 CO " l.e. Ijinraitrr Full l.o. if SIUrTINM ind riMFTri tl I. .Horn could come back to day and see what light that filled each part, in every fi- course, who came to his happy home who had been to Europo, and who Air ltlchlnon.1. ... ... . ... t ,0 m for lb. IKXJTOM UUWKKfl BTLAM WITH kind of a crowd they died for, quar ber, drew up toward the chest. As early one morning after a night of hard was telling a friend who knew he was a rupstriiiit.jM E.v.i.NKKwuirruia. A LACE CAIIS TULLMAN reling over the president's policy, fast as this took place the veil seemed work at tho club, who had what might liar, about his trip across the Atlantic, Pullman Sleeping Coaches 1 To Mewphlt, . wrangling over the currency, and to drop over tho part from whence the be called a discussion for a few min- and how on the 2.rih of tho mouth, M.MI,, Montgemery, little CENTRAL KY. FAIR and New Drleana. some of them trying to pay a dollar's spiritual life was removed. A ball of utes with his wife, aud he woke up "they encountered a swarm of loeuats, Ijulgranla toTeiaa haielbeireholraoriworoulea' From LOUISVILLE worth of debt with ninety cents' worth light was now gathering just over her the next morning, not white haired, and tho locusts carried nway every ila Mrtuplilier tla New Uileana. line much Mill l krM t liamlllf, on quicker ami ratei lower than l.y any other head, and this continued to increase but worse than that, absolutely bald. of money, talking politics twenty-thre- e route It Ii alauiho stitch of canvas off the ship." The hours a day, and praying so seldom as long as tho spirit was connected What was the nature ot tho discussion listener looked thoughtful a moment, AUGUST 1, 2, :i AND i. To WASHINGTON, QDIOKEST, 0HEAPE8T AND BEST that our knees get rusty, drowned out with the body. The light left the with his wife we never had tho heart nnd then said hesitatingly: "Yea, I lUuloloallpolnla In Mloworl, Kaniai, llllouli, by rain, devoured by grasshoppers, brain last, and then the silver cord to ask him, and he, poor fellow, was guess we met tho same swarm of lo TIIUOUdllTIIK CnuliM Mil It I.arm ami Liberal. Imllaaa, lawa, NrkraOa, ()(aiado. Arkaniaa. they would, if they had to do it again, was loosed. The luminous appear- so overcomo with grief that he never custs tho next day, tho 26th. Every Only one changa to Chicago, Ml lawle and Kail. KirariloH Trala. from (Irorprlona aa.l Grandest Scenery in America! lor lull her Information alwut tlckcla to the live nine thousand years, and only die ance soon began to ossumo tho human volunteered any einformation. oa i.l.SJanJ lllnlaji, Wrilarilaj,Tliara-dalocusts had on a pair of canvas pants. e rWHlth, Kanui, Colorado, and en Igrant ratea to form, and I could see my mother mail r'rMijr. then when they bad to. Connecting dirrt In IVnn Dcil Ul C. . A'IMOIti:. Hurl.l. adJ.Taa How (len Ptu and Ticket Al., loulatllle, Ky again I But oh, how changed! Sho Lady. to SitAKi: Hands With a Tho first liar went around a corner And yet ours is n glorjoua country. Xailckjr Woir Or K J Anthony, Agt Blanlonl. Ky. ' r'ruil'a Crlrkratrd Haul or If you aro shaking hands nnd kicked himself. fPeck's Sun. was light and gloriout, arrayed in Y. Battimore,PMIadelphia&N. A wonderful, magnificent country. LriUftoB. robes of dazzling whiteness, free from with a lady, incline tho head forward girl It is marvelous. A a When a man takes grovt pains to The Ouly Dlrrcl Una lo i. nuu!i:, She seem- with a soft and graceful, yet half tim- convince that ho is telling tho truth For CataloiBM a jdrm would say, it is "nice." Look abroad disease, pain and death. id movement, liko a boy climbing n Vffrftarf. ed to be welcomed by the attending Virginia mill Ilic Carolina. over our land, turn tho pages of hisbarbed wiro fence with a fifty pound and that a man of his moral mako-utory, and see what tho mighty genius spirits with the joy of a mother over watermelon. Look gently in her eyes ia incapablo ot telling a lw it is said to TIcketa are on eil at principal Ticket Officee, of progress has wrought. But ono the birth of a child. has and at tliedrneral OtficoofltieC. A (I. lUllway, smile, beam conclude that his moral make-uwith at nil) W ''She paid no attention to me, or on a kind of a pleading nnd winsome no influence en his present conversa Ilnln Mrrrl.I Ualllr. short century ago the corner-stonof her features a bright EDWARD H. FOX, Propr., u Por further Information, J C. EIINST, this mighty fabric was laid, amid the any earthly object, but joined her beam, say something you have heard tion. If ono "hardly over tells a be Ueoeral rVmthweitrru Agent, lOiiliillle. thunder of cannon and the rattling of companions, and they seemed to go some one else say on similar occasions. you can trust moat of his statements, Norlh-EaCorner or Main and Third Slrreli, away through the air. I attempted II. W. I Tl.I.lllt. w.fotiru, musketry, canopied by the smoke of and in the mean time shake her hand but if ho never, no nover, tells a lie, (Irb'l Manager, (Jeu'l Paaa'r Ag'l - - KENTUCKY battle and cemented with blood. A to follow them in the spirit, for I felt in a subdued yet vigorous way, not as don't lelieve a word he says about any DANVILLE, strongly attracted and longed to go littlo band ot struggling, needy patrithough you were trying to make a subject, lie is too awfully good to ots, half-clapoorly ted, with only a with my mother. I saw them ascend, mash by pulverizing her fingers, nor practice nny of the ordinary virtues. llaTlng recently reflttM 1117 roouii with all of the LANE & BODLEY modern Improvement!, I now Ut tlie few dollars in tho national treasury. till they seemed to pass through an yet in too conservative a manner, Finest (Jallory In Central Kentucky! open space, when a mist came over Test ot true lovo: "Is thero anyToday tho sun of one hundred and allowing her hand to fall with a sickmy sight and I saw them no more. Thla preparation la purely tegetahl and freo When six years breaks .upon tho land ening thud when you let go. Care thing I can do to satisfy you that the uie. 70U Tlilt Pantllle, don't 111 I local aoJ aro rrtuii all uilriei j ur ttanaruui auMtanrra. and lteictrutlT, Journal. It la ftlivilulelr certain tulirlugail kinda urwonna wherever it isn't storming and where should be taken also not to hang on affection I have confessed for you is BV THC 1L Ii nut nau.tln In Ml-r.mvAKit 11. tox, do we stand A billion dollars in debt. the luoat delicate atomach and children will laka Some time ago the wife of a Phila to the hand more than half an hour real any further proof that I can give ATLANTA COTTON EXPOSITION, It rralllr ai ther rU luolauea. wlmli hoilld rbotoi:raher Kjr. (leologlcal Buriej Our fathers died, but they had no delphia broker asked her husband to in public, as bystanders might make of my sincerity and devotion?" exrecommend It lo erery liouaelti'tper I'arenuran OH Tin apply it with rty. ami eparkllna: eyre, happy railroads. If they had they might give her a thousand dollars on which remarks. foee. and turoaiaplriti will uncooarluuitr eipim This is now considered claimed tho youth passionately. The the gralilu,! ul tha Mllli onea. II It the wnly faco of the marble-hearte- d maiden 1833, A GRAND COMBINATION. 1832, Steam Engine and Saw have died with less expense and less to speculate, and, like the good man quite otitreand mandamus. Bill Nye. aeortn ktlier that la Irfrauiit to take lighted up with a Machiavellian smile mma lall. and M tiy dealrra at twtuty Die trouble beforo they got to the war. he is, complied. In a day or two an ceuta Try e Imllle Molted at Atlinta la lail l "Why, of course you want a tele- as sho auswered. "Yes, tbcra is, Gil- Semi-Weekl- y by C. i'HUOHKA- - CO. Our fathers never know the ecstatic opportunity offered to buy somo counManufacturer" Interior Journal Saw Mill. Oauc I of Hteam KdiIqm, HolWri. OlHrr, Una flulH Mtrrrl, IMfleellfr, Hy. ilteta Lalh Machlnci, Hub pleasure of leaning out of n car win- ty railroad bonds at very low figures, phone put in your house," said tho bert; join the nest Arctic expedition." In httnlurd ly l'aonr A MiALlrtta. lur and Spi ke Machinery Sbartmr. Hang en, 1'ul. Brooklyn Eagle. And lb LoiiLtUIo t dow and getting a cinder as and she invested. When he camo canvasser to the business man;- - "it leri.Ooupllngi. (learinr.Urutand Flour .Mllli Send rarsixrlat llrcularoroar.to I Plaatatloa will be so bandy when your wife big as a pea in the eyo before they home that night sho remarked : FoitaorroN Guisr at Homb. Weekly Courier- - Journal an Mill, xliiru hi aril rr Clll'llC'll IHIirCTUKT. could look at n. tree. They bad no "George, it seems as if I remember wants to talk to you." tho business Wo griove over the wrongs of Ireland, Ono jear lor BS.ao-t"There" exclaimed telegraph, and never know what a ofyoar having some Blank county km for little more np.THODIIT.ciOUTH.-HB- y. J. 8. tflua, than the price or one. '(flint will I forgetting that in this country no man tri on nifltinrf ttr a ainrA eVMMM NrrcliTieTeryHundaTtiiornlngand night. ?I UW M DvSSUlf iriVeXaUL fcUMI II convenience it was to pay forty cents railroad bonds." Prayer Meeting! rhunday nlgbta. Huuday School do. I listened to you wheu you urg can raise tooacco unci sen it freely to Df paying ui 11.50 you wlllreelT fur one year scud a message fitly miles, and then to "Yes, I did." at 00 a H. J. M. Hliui, Muwrlnteudeul. lha whom he will no man can convert your home par with the Ike Woman'a tureU here on have the dispatch come lagging a day Ppefi&l "Just a thousand dollars' worth, ed the point that i could order provis his apples or peaches into brandy no rrpreMMititlirenairipiper of th Houlb, and the cti.narjr. atttnt n c.ron to Plantation Ma Sunday InMlaalouary KoclelyI o'clock. Mra. lha lit each month, at T. T. Iwit, brightest and ablt lamllr Weekly In tb tliuutrutrtt Vrettnr Yt. ions from tho butcher, and I looked Darleea, Prealdeut. or two after the old man had died of wasn't United Utilea. Tnow who drilre to emuluea with favor on your representations man can make a gallon of whisky aaia.pl ropy ot tha LANE & BODLEY CO., OAITIST. Ukv. Fourthllaucc. Pailor. HerrlCM ran do to at J. M. old age. They had no kerosene lamps, "Exactly." Huudava. uornlncand John ,C llK'r an., Cincinnati, X.J ouriecoaj and that it would aflord unequalled facili- without paying heavily for the "privi- iiiiaomce. and they never know what it was to "And you sold them?" ulgkt. Prayer Meeting arery Wodneailay after. ties for ordering the beer, but when lege" thus to uso tho products of bis UUVU, OUUU.J KUWI II V light a kitchen fire and make a bal"Yes; today." li M. H. K. Harrow Kichmond Dispatch. STANFORD Superintendent. you tell me that the only rest I get own industry. MARBLE WORKS, loon ascension out of the same can. "What are they worth?" "IIIIllnTIAN. Wonhlp by the congregation e. during the day is going to be ruthlessThey had no United State) signal serIn New York recently there was a "About ten per cent." iTeacoinguy ir J W. Coi V ery iru a uay DEPOT 8T.,BTANFOIU, KY., on and 'in Ira 1Or.l'i dan. Hunday vice, and never had forty five rainy "Whatl" she shrieked. "Why, I ly busted into through the medium ot christening party at a private resivo noviihP. school okhkh: at rlret Jua. Kerrrance, hupcrluteodent School Ii. then it is time dence on Fifth avenue at which tho days in one month, with a tornado bought those very bonds aud paid 95 a galvanized ft, 5. WINE, Or Ine I H. McKI. MltlSHiTKlllAN, rJOUTII.-lte- T. luoat appro? ed pattern, manufactured by Kjjsrmsr you were breathing your atmosphere infant was brought before the assemA. II. Audieaa, Chicago. In good order and cheap, I roy, autor. hun.uy bckuol at V V). Jnhn W. every wash day. Their wants were for them." 0IALKIN InijUlreall'liiUllau Ihurrh, lluilontlllr, or ad iicut, Buriuirniieni, Union Prayer Meeting on I into other ears. You may make your- - bled company in n cradle composed few uud simple. Thoy didn't need a Wedoea,lay ulgbta. "Ju3t so, darling, just so You dreaa J. II. ItHM.AI, Danrllle, Ky Mouumeota, entirely of tho rarest flowers, tho baby great deal of weather, and what they wautcd to speculate; I kuew you sell less adjacent, youug man llraditonei, lie made. bad was regulated by tho ground hog, would get bitteu. I therefore arrang reclining on n blue satin hlauket cov Takleta, Ac Varblo Work and that reliable weather bureau never ed it to cover the most of that thous Concerning the very much alike ered witli lace. The floral bed is said ot all alnda made a mistako. and back into ray wallet." young men who clecorato our tltor to have been the finest ever made. aalli. These men havo paised away. In N. Y. Graphic. "But, sir!" oughfares with their queer figures faction guar. ' l! liaaaaaril nted their habits, their sterling honesty, "Be calm, Maria, be calm. If you their skintight trousers ou skinny and Ljaaawa A Western circus manager arrang t.:aaw raaaw ilani aud rati. their grand patriotism, their uutelfish lo6eyour temper that way you'll never crooked and tongs liko legs, their lituialoaiuriuiu. ed on applicadevotion to principle, they passed havo any luck buying on an excited tle jackety roundabout coats, their ed to havo a wax baby dropped from tion. SEND US YOUR BUSI- a second story window in every town from life into eternal fame. The men market. You ought to be proud of a squat hats, aud their ab which his show visited, just in time to NESS CARD FOR of 70 aro gone. I do not know where, husband who can tako in seven or surd sharp pointed shoes a Boston TRADE LIST. but they have gone somewhere, I do eight hundred dollars ou a little spec- paper says: "Tho opinion has long be caught by one of his athletes. Tho D. IANDRETH & SONS, not see any of them hero. If there ulation like that." Wall Street been current that they were rather an performance was successful several times, aud crowds went to seo tho hearo ouy of them present, they will Daily News. PHILADELPHIA. artificial than natural product." ro of the rescue, until the newspapers plcaso rise, for I am willing to be corUiureiaoiato Daugherty A lloluiea, Dr. Kmmona, tho able New Eng- Baltimore American. oxposed tho trick. rected when I am wrong. land divine, met a pantheistical pliys Tho Rhodes brothers had an insurTho Fourth of July was invented Two million dollars worth of pow NTAM'Oim, . - KKNTUCKY, ician at tho house of a sick parish ance policy on their mother's lifo at der is manufactured in the United by a man whoso namo is dear to all ioner. It was no place for a dispute, Of American hearts George II. Wash- but tho urauloni. 1'a. blie was iu leeble Tha rabrupt question of tho panthe health, and tho prospect of her early States yearly. This would average 1 three gigantic ington." By an ingeniua arrangement about 810,000 for every Indian killed, Fine Iff.. was: nan cvllaof cUUUed Carriages, Buggies, death led the sons to quarrel before or $13 for overy duck or quail brought tho fourth of July was so contrived by ist G are Scrofula.Chrouic llhaum a "Mr. Emmons, how old aro you?" .., Bti.All.lA .. hand over the division of tho money. to market, the inventor that it would always fall I1W1KIL bport comes high, but wo ''Sixty, sir; and how old are you?" When they began to light, thespectaclo 'tun nrn-- RARRAPARILLAand ou a rainy day. It has missed it once "As old as creation," was tho tri so ullected Airs, itbodes as to bring on must havo it. wl. 'ortTASH coin plttclycureaanderadicaloa all theae,theaa iu the last twelve hundred years, and r"i.i..iinn which h f.MJf-.-. ".,..!. ...Ilrinei. la one hia nraccu.la ruaJa betweenbringiout umphant reply. Oiio of tho sons of the Siiuneso an attack of of heart diseaso anil she rarelr attilneJ. but which on that once it hailed all day. The "Theu you are of tho same age with dropped dead. '...fulr,roocrtiea. They dean lha enUra glandular ayatem.lheySS T' twins, who recent graduated from the fourth of July wa not the only inven- Adam and Eve?" lucreaaa of all theaa r their oi " r ,. ' iuurii, I. at the eource tcaUinonlala alulctlooe, they fur their won? North Carolina school for mutes, is purify thetion of this great and good man. He pour upon blui health. NuraUrleaa I was iu tho garden Tho idea has been broached of mak- both deaf aud dumb. Ho would havo "Certainly. aufferera who havo been benefited l and renae. ... invented a nume that will fit tai ,treuBtho!n, to:ecu from Incaaea of MkucUHUtTAWr III when they were." ing au expiriment in tho transporta- been better oil bad bo been born a twin "'t.1 '""i..fd medicine. Wan.eJ not aay thatbad Hood, and of tho boys of every generation in mafice!, for It rcmovea all the "I have always heard that there tion of petroleum in bulk across tho liko his father. America. A grateful pcoplo never was a third and freah. pure, SJ flictaaia and by maklnw Itfur alland clean,UlHUUCH IllIt an . th conUltuUon party iu the garden with ocean. The scheme itself would seem ptttlll apeedy cura forget the fact, and Washington when unfailing them, but I nover knew before that it as practicable as tho uow familiar de A market for tho taloof toads to jeruovca letter aua t.iii;tru"" t at tho zenith of his power was nomi- was you," rejoined the divine. vice of carrying it in a bulk in oil cars gardeners ia hold every week in Paris. lrultlMirartliH llulr. ana it euro ii nated by acclamation for the capital AND UcrtorHwcllluictduia ravrvm. L by rail, aud of carryiug it also from A. hundred good toads briug trom $10 of the United States, But Washington deTwo women wero discussing tho Htbllla) and Yen to $17. They nro brought packed in point to point in groat pipes. IlU- crcal wasocco caught praying at Valley sirability of a pair of jeweled garters damp moss Iu well ventilated casks. Forge, and from the great stress laid iua shop window. One said: "It The most highly civilized races aro WAGONS OF ALL KINDS.;! C(q uiwii the iucideut by all historians, it ought to be a safe way to carry one's those plentifully supplied with beards, A camel has a foot luruished with a Wo inanufatluro of all ii judged that it was the ouly timo diamonds.'' "Oh, no," replied the lleardless peopb aro compared to chil pad, which resists tho burning sand of cuploylug ouly Carrlatea woikiucndvacrlptlom, u aud uilcg auyAb&dy ever caught him praying. other; "it would add anew horror to dren, and tho bearded to tho adults of tho desert tor years, which would wear ouly lualrrlal.and aell at reasonable Sguree atyle, workmauhliaud material couald-reHo was a lira vo, good man, but he tho perils of robbery." Vov Mulo la HUiuroril.liy l'ouny aV MoAllutor. out a horso's hoof in a few weeks. the human race. (Ill IIAUOIIKKI'V A HYIiK. Bob BurdetV Oration. Dob Lighthouse Terrors. dressed too much liko a nicmlwr of a If thoso oivftbora aro awed by tho bsao ball club to lo elected presldoat terrible violcaco of ttho, wIrIm and ia tbCSO (HJS, waves during a temper what must be A Spiritualist Who Saw Hit Mother's Spirit the experiences of men who livo in a separate mm ner tear. building exposed to tho full fury of A. complete description of tho spir tho heavy ocean brcakors. from tho body was reit's departuro When wo look at a lighthouse in cently given by Kyra Carpenter in a letter to Mr. Joseph Baker. She was calm weather it is almost impossible ia treated by mesmerism fir epileptic w runtho turn tuo son somoumes urcnics over lantern. Such Is, however, fits, and soon became a good clairvoyant, and eventually a seer of spirits. frequently tho case, and nn instnnco of What Caused Mr.'Bofirsct' landlaby had a sort of -- SriNroin Unit ono sided look when ho camo down to breakfast in tiro morning, but ho could LANCASTER, KENTUCKY not designate tho causoofit until ho had been wrestling with tho griildlo cakes a while. Suddenly ho stopped joiix t. mmiixs, ritoi'imnoit. eating, gave a tang with his touguo, A riRST - CLASS HOTEL moved his hand mysteriously to his mouth, and drawing it down again, In trery particular, Tbapalronegaol the, pul.llc eotlrllnl, and MtUhcttsn giiartntced. IMf roniafked: "You mado theso cakes, Mrs. Hop the Landladis iprtssion, d mttttlNM JIOIJNK! Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific T LO. FAS Railway. T .A. 3B TIIIMIIBReel Juno W, IMS. IX. In t I 1 1 -- TIIK MOST DRSIKAIIM: IIOUTK T- O- 231 And decidedly tha Popular !tmle, affording, a It dora, Iraa changea and anperlor acroniaiodetloni lo CINCINNATI! ST.ASAPHHOTEL luiu-rlo- -- fog-bel- U rl one-hal- f PER M IS ss al ............ .... .. .. l.. . MYERS HOTEL, J l'rt....M..... ! -i.. : 1 , 1 blow-pipe- fc .... ....... WASHINGTON! I 1IM ... Af-- H SOLID TRAINS, r IU-- Miai-m- y m mm high-scho- , 57-- p p Excelsior Art Rooms e add-e- Religio-Philosophic- GOLD MEDAL C0'isS' f?5 iinuuiatvtHMiruiit. Xlanula.-Curc- ! red-ho- wo I 1 Courier-Journa- l, $200. itr Courier-Journ- FOR SALES! tin-tub- eiecu-teda- . ftf wide-winge- Daugherty&Hyde WHOLESALE LIST Til D y I D ML MERCHANTS ! SEEDS! 4t oW iSfe h 'ii8& VV two-thir- PHAETONS, r. 'U ms? - uret-tla- Uril-tla- d. 4