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Semi-weekly interior journal: July 18, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882071801_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: July 18, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. emi Weeklu Imlefii VOLUME Stnu-Mtchl- u X.-NUMBER 510. City of Alexandria. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JULY The Philosopher and the Plea. Liability of Indentiliers. 18, 1882. Mary and Martha. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER Gl. i authorities givo nn This is the tale of tho philosopher The liability which attaches tothoso This is the way Mr. Barnes explains who identify strangers that ask accom- it to a Dayton Journal interviewer: interesting history of tho City of Alex- and tho Hen; 1. Tho former, hnving been bitten modation nt banks recioved n singular "Well, wo will take tho first paraandria, now conspicuous as tho theater W. P. WALTON. -- -. Editor and Proprietor of hostilities on tho Mediterranean. by tho latter, siczed ami was about to illustration tho other day in this city. graph and I will show you; it is a . - . Business Manager It was founded by Alexander tho dispatch his foe, when ho reflected A man named Wm. Ilincs, a painter sample of the wholo lot. Now, as to T. ft. WALTON, Great, !t.'t'2 IS, C, and was situated on that tho little incsect had only nctcd from Woodlord county, went to Mr. tho first paragraph, which represents i'liMfftfinf Tiicittlitti nuil t'rtitmi't tho low tract of land which separates from instinct, nnd was not to bo blam- Grecnway, of tho firm of J. II. Morton mo as saying that Mary was a slut. Iako Marcotisfrom tlio Mediterranean, ed. Accordingly ho deposited tho lien tic Co., ami asked him to go with him This is n most outrageous misrepreHouso Block, Ky., fourteen miles from tho Canopio on tho back of a passing dog. to the hank and identify linn, so that sentation of facts, ns it is only a garman mouth of tho Nile. Tho Islnnd of 2. This dog was tho pootllo of a la- ho might obtain somo monoy upon n bled statement of what I said in a serIN Pharos, on which was located tho fam- dy nnd sho was very fond of tho pret- check which ho held, drawn by n Cin- mon. Now, what I did say, as near DEMOCRATIC STATC AND COUNTT TICKET. .Uiiftlr-n- l IVIiiom, Wall I'a per. ous light-houlay before tho city, ty animal. On his return to tho houso cinnati lumber firm nnd payable to aa I can rcmambcr, nnd I think I am DriigH, I.lmiorH, IiiMtriiinciilM. JionUH, UiicniiriilM, A. It ItKiMiM. nnd was connected with tho main land his mistress took him upon her lap to William II. Ilincs. Mr. Greenway, entirely correct, occurred in this way: KonRrrmtoii JulKiB-M- il. C'lmirH, Nfiitloncrj', l'aliilN, I'nckct 1 was teaching tho peonlo to walk by by n molo called tho Hcptastadium, caress him, and tho flea embraced his knowing tho mnn to bo William T J. IlKKtr. NoupH. (Hits, Ko Arrm.tATiiCi.iiic-Cir- T. Cllttlcry, Tolmcoos Lump, t'crfiiiiicrj', Mncliino forming tho two harbors. Tho city is opportunity to change his inhabit. Fire Arm, Ilincs, and thinking that perhaps ho faith nnd not by sight, nnd I said: If V Obontt Jurwx It W. IIiwwk. AcouIch. .1. Tho Ilea, having In thocourso of had a middle namo consented to iden said to havo been four miles long, and you waiK uy sigut. nnu nut uy mini, Vu Onontr AAiwiir-I- ). It CAtrtxTim. Our Jowclry, Silverware and Optical (Joods lie partment Is in Charge of Col. colonades adorned tho wholo length of tho night engaged in activo business tify him, while refusing to indorso tho and you enter tlio houso at Bethanv, W Tlios. 1'ok Ohtwrr C'lrhie Jhiih Unit. tho two main streets, which crossed operations, awakened tho lady. Her check. Ilincs preferred that tho bank and sea Martha doing nil tho work In style. Itlcharils, who will Ucpalr atclics ami Clocks Promptly anil In Iho best each other nt right nnglcs. Thoqunr husband was slceiungpcaccfully besido telegraph to Cincinnati to ascertain if attending U) the wants of a tired travrod Amkuod-- J. II, ltw K. tcr called tho llruchcium, on tho her, nnd iu tho silence of tho chamber tho check was good. It was dono and eler, while Mary sits nt Jesus' feet doI Jilki-- T. I). NitwbAxn. J. II. MoALISTER. H. O. BRIOHT. Hasten) harbor, contained tho palaces sho hoard him in his dreams whisper, tho nnswer camo back that it was good. ing nothing, you quite tako Martha's I8tmrmoE-- K. n. Ilfwinn. of tho Ptolemies, tho museum, the old with nn accent of lucflablo tenderness, Upon that and tho identification tho side when she says to Jesus: "Bid W. J. lUimnmrr. Ko (Xtiomcn library, the mausoleum of Alexander a name! Thonnino was that of her bank paid the monoy. Not long after my sinter that sho liolp mo, and you terwnrds tho information was contrib turn to Mary with indignation and ru()HTAiiLit(8iinmtirBMiiici) Tolmckt tho Great and ot tho Ptolemies, nnd most intimato femalo friend I Martin. I. As soon as it was day, tho out- ti ted to the bank's oflicera that tho say: "Get up, you lazy slut, nnd tho great theater. Tho temple of Berapis stool in tho Western division ranged wifo hurried to the houso of check had been paid to tho wrong help your sister." iiut it you waiK THE ASYLUM. of tho city, which formed tho Egyptian her rival, and told tho rival's husband man. It appears that Wm. Ilincs by faith you would say: "Dear Mary, Something About the Charges in the Interior quarter. Tho greater part of tho space of tho big, big discovery sho had asked at tho Postoffice if thcro wcro thou has chosen the better part, and A.snph 15 look, - Journal. under tho houses wero occupied by made. lie, being n man of decision, auy letters for him and was given ono thou, Martha, a careful and cumberA low ilaysi ago Iho I'rrm rcjiuMijh-c- d vaulted cisterns, which could contain ntonco called out tho destroyer of his addressed to Wm. II. Ilines, contain- ed about much serving." So you sco nn article from tlio IntiwioiiJouii-NAI- . enough water to supply tho population household's ran him ing the aforesaid check. Upon raak that walking by sight, I would say: pcaco and Oar stock of Groceries and Family Supplies generally is always Fall reflecting upon certain ladjr at for a year. through. ing this discovery William prepared "Martha, I liko you; Mary, I do not tcmlants nml one of tlio linly SuperAlexandria was tho Greek Capital 5. Tho widow, when her husband to personate William II., nnd drew liko you.'' But walking by faith, I and Fresh. We would call especial attention to oar line of Canned Ooods, visor or Iho Kaitorn Lunatic Asylum. of Kurope, and had a population of was taken home to her upon the Mr. Greenway unexpectingly Into tho say just the contrary, or, "Mary, I which is the Largest and Most Complete in the city, and prioes to corresTho charges wcro jjroMly indecent, three hundred thousand freo citizens, of n shuttor, was so terribly trap, a trap into which ho stepped tho like you; but, Martha, I do not liko pond with tho times. ami as they wcro tnailo ly tlio editor and probably as many slaves and siczed with romorso that sho precipita- more innocently because ho had here- you." Now this explains how I used We invito you to examino oar stock and prices before you pnrchase. winWe pay tho Highest Market Price, Cash or Trade, for alj kinds of Counupon tho information from nn unnamed strangers, 'lliero wcro settlers thcro ted hcrsclfrom tho fourth-sto- ry tofore credited this samo Ilincs for the word "slut" ns applied to Mary. witncM, ho of connto aMiiincd responfrom all known Nations of tho world, dow. paints furnished. Tho question is So with all the other paragraphs. This try Produce. C. Tho other lady convinced sibility for tliem. Inquiry into tho but tho population oonsistcd mninly ot her whoslioiild loso tho money, tho draw- is specimen of how I was reported." Don't forget the place Corner Store, St. Asaph Block. matter developi tho fact that there iV Greeks, Jews nnd Egyptians. After husband that ho had wronged her by er of tho check, tho bank thnt paid it, ' bo what is called Modesty. Better not n scintilla of truth in any of tho tho death of Alexander tho Great, tho entertaining any suspicions ns to her or Mr. Greenway, who identified the A bracharge. Tho attvudnuU named in city becamo thorosidenco of tho Ptole- fidelity, nnd, becoming reconciled with person that got tho money. Many bashful than so difrnceful a connection nro Indies, mies, who madoit, next to Homo nnd him, seized an early opportunity of thought tho bank should be tho loser. zen faced boy or girl, sometimes called not jiul in much entitled to Iw dressed ni Antioch, the most magnificent city of poisoning him. Mr. Giccnway felt himself morally, if "fast," is an object of aversion, if Miss as tho crazy veron who (,'avo the antiquity, tho chief scat of Grecian 7. Inasmuch ns tho jurors of that not legally responsible, nnd very hon- hatred. For a while they may bo ' Stanford editor Ii'h information. Thoy learning nnd literaturo, nnd the center country had never heard of "extenu- orably steppoi up to the cashier and agreeable, but when seen too often, ThlsXew Mill, containing (he latent and do not restrain tho patients without of the commerce of tho world. ating circumstances," and the Chief paid tho money. This littlo incident they become tiresome, and with manyorders, havo no uso fur their cast ofl Alexandria camo into possession of Magistrate thought that he could not will servo as a warning in several people really disgusting, uii me littie girls cultivate gentlcnessand mod I clothing, and havo nothing whatever the Romans UO 1$. 0 , and the decliuo put a murderer to better uses than ways. Lexington Press. esty, and tho boys commendable nelf- to do with tho giving or withholding oil was at first gradual, and then rapid. guillotining him, the guilty woman aISahha Tf uy t nnnrfniiAli niHirtfAE Cetywnyo seems latterly to think ICliUiiuc Investigation also shows that Tho works of art wcro removed to was duly decapitated, nnd tho solosur-vivor- s meals. ii mttrr uguitiuiuviiuiiiiuhvu For manufacturing meal ami Hour, In now in full operation. lifo worth tho living, mainly becauso with bashfulness, it may be cured by lVo will grind Tor customer, Tor (lie present, on Tuesday, ono of tho ladies alluded to is not au Home sieges, pillages and massacres of tho tragedy wero tho philosoTlmrHilay, I'rhlaj- - and Saturday oi'caeh week, and on of tho opportunity it now and then looking the person you speak with fulattendant, hut a superior, nnd is ono followed, and in tho fourth century no pher and the flea. mm ly but kindly in tho oyes.bynotthink-in- Courf-Dajgives of seeing a tooth drawn. Years of the most gentle and huniauo women building ot iiutwrtnnco was left, except and all oilier public dajn. lVc hoIIcK n liberal Hliarc TltKATMnST 1011 S.MAU-POSan ngo his friend and successor, John of yourself, nnd largely associating or patronage and will endeavor to give entire HalNlact ion. in tho country. tho Temple of oeparis. Tho last seat All tho persons so much abused of heathen theology nnd learning was Francisco people aro about ready to lirown, brought a doctor from Natal with older and wiser persons. Timidbath is to deal with a tooth which bad given ity is generally wholly attributablo to without came by Mr. Walton, f tho stormed by tho Christians iu !$89 A. belicvo that a cold salt-wa- ter havo th confi- I)., nnd converted into a Christian the proper treatment for n caso of tho Zulu monarch torture for months. morbid consciousness. Al ways on hand and for sale. IliglicNt easli price paid Tor Corn, I.s'TKitiou douitNAi., Not long ago, it will be Tho doctor cured him in tho turn of a dence and roapect of Mr. Uullook, Su Church. Alexandria then becamo tho small-po- x. Eight clergymen preached simulta U'lieal, de. Orders left ill Mill promptly adeuded (o. iicrintendant of tho Asylum, and' tho sont of Christian theology, and con- remembered, a boat was upset in tho wrist, whereupon Cetywayo presented neously in the Eastern Penitentiary, I?3:cAIiBSTICK & patients; fifteen him n heap of virgin gold, aud would hoard of Commissioner, and their tinued so until 038, when it was taken bay with etnall-p- ox Philadelphia, last Sunday, toinvisiblo rescued, but Clldurcd exposure Wo liim mnro. but thn dentist. standing in tho community, ouUide by the Arnbi. The conquest by tho wero audiences. This prison is conducted of tho As) Ium, certainly entitled them Turks in 808 completed tho destruc- in a cold wind nnd wet garments for gtrangotosay, demurred and said he was on the principles of solitary confine! received tion of the city. It revived under tho an hour before their nrrival at the n.:,i The kint- - insisted, tho dentist to liclter treatment than the Nono of tho medical refused, and then Cetywayo hit on tho ment. Each prisoner has his own at tho hands of tho gallant editor of tho Kgyptinn Caliphs, but declined upon profession supposed for a moment that happy idea of his guard getting their lonely cell. These cells open ou eight Jntkuiou douitNAi.. Now, tho truth tho discovery of America nnd tho nsinglo unfortunate would survive teeth drawn, and paying for the job. corridors, radiating from an octagonal named Mies liattie is, that tho patient to India by tho Capo of Good centre. Tho preachers stood at the Carcntcr, of Stanford, was tho in- Hope. In A. I). 1788 it had a pop ufter such an exposure. Strangely It was done, and tho yells and outer ends of the corridors, and could subenough, every ono of the patients formant, upon whoso statements tho illation of only six thousand. patients so amused tho jected to this unintentional bath has merry monarch that ever sinco his be heard by tho occupants of the cells editor of tho Iyrr.itiou JoritNAi.ro- Tli Modern Caucus. not only recovered, but did so with a great delight has been to see tho for in their several sections. A group of be lied, and what dependence can officials and reporters iu the middle of Au aged citizen who was one of the rapidity that wns astonishing. Many ceps nt work. have bought out my brother, It. II. Wearcn, placed in her statements can ho guessthe prison experienced the novel eeusa-tioearly sellers, was seen coming out on of tho patient who were taken to the reed from tho fact that notice and will continiio the Furniture and Undertaking of listening to eight sermons at whero Littlo Barefoot: Black stockings aro so nearly a week beforo wcro ceived last oveuing at tho Asylum thnt tho sidowalk in front of a placo business the same stand, in the St. Asaph Hotel ii caucus was being held, a few nigh's still loft there, struggling along with in great demand, nnd must bo worn by once. she was to bo returned. Her malady, building. 1 will keep a stock of Furniture oi' evbefore election, on his car. Ho seem- tho discaso after this Iwat's crow had those who would bo truly fashionable. whatever it it, has not been cured, or The Masheii. "What is that by sometinscen power, been discharged. Doctors in tho East You complain that they crock fright-- J cannot be beatmasher, dear; you ery description and sell atligurcs has broken out afrosh, nnd .tho editor ed to propelled mother?" "A pickod up his might profitably investigate this "cold lully, nnd that attcr wearing a pair on My stock oi Collins and Caskets will be comprenf tho Joi'iWAi. m question appears to and as lio got up and will always find him standing here, en. r bath" method of dealing n hot day you aro left almost as black posed on the corner of the, street, hensive. From hat out of the gutter, brushed the havo been- - her firtfvlctim. Shrouds and ltobes always on hand. also wiped the blood with tho loathsomo disease. after taking them ofl as you were with what wo do know of him wo 'expect ho mud oil his sleeve and displaying its tiny feet, twirl- repair Furniture and do carpenter's job work. to him them on. That makes uo diflerence. proudly teu-ce- nt and stupe-fvin- i do tho liamhomo thing nnd ujmlo off his nose, a friend went up will cane Aiiaii WoJinK. Most Arab women It is for fashion to order and for us to ing its little was tho matter. Tho (Orders by telegraph promptly attended to.) B. K. "WEAKEN. bia brain with the smoke gize for his attack upon the character and asked what old man said, "Woll, I hain't attend- tattoo; the old womeu dye their hair a obey. It would be humilitating, of of a papertender of four or flvo rcpectnblo ladiei upon cigarette, don't touch it in thirty year, but my dull red color, nnd frizzle nnd pull it course, if ono should meet with an ac- ilnar. if ws.n rniapd a net." "Will it the testimony of n person of unsound ed a caucus and down over their faces. Nothing can cident, nnd, on being taken to a surnephew wanted mo to go Lexington Press. mind. nn old geon for au amputation, bo forced to bito mother?" "Well I should ehout, when I propose:! that tho meeting be be more ludeouly ugly than it will bite a free lunch lor alt mats Canning Tomatoes. opened with prayer, I think the stovo Arab woman; but I cannot lmngino show a blackened extremity; but con Washington Republican. Many pcoplo who nre quite euccew-fu- l fell over nn mo. A follow said, 'O. anything mora beautiful than n young eolation might be drawn from tho out." gererully, aro apt to give us a ret,' mid I dont know how Aral) girl, say from thirteen tosixtecu thought that the stocking had, at all canning fruiu A woman was swincincr A lady says: I got out hero, but he did. Why, in years 'of age, and who has been brought event, dono iu last crocking on that in hammock in the seclusion of her fail with tho tomato. a "Wohavojou acres of fruitof all kinds, Ml) they used to opeu political meet up in the same house. They have leg- Hob Just Opened a FJno 3took of back yard, and her feet hung down. ( and Itukc-'- great dcl of prido in ing8 with prayer, and close 'em tho beautiful forms, smnll feet and arms, Just now tho miraclo and the Mecca A neighbor looked through the fence all tho pri- samo wny. This caucus was opened and large black eyes, round chin, fruit. I got nearly of tho oil regions is tho mushroom and cried "Shoot them feet!" He was zes at the fairs. I wish you could just with a knock down and I suppoao it small rosy lips, whilo teeth, and very town of Garfield. A fow days ago it prosecuted, and though he protested leep into my cellar to sec my toina-- ' will clo?o with n not. Hollo, there is smooth, good cnmplectiou. They havo contained only three inhabited houses; that he meant no adverse criticism of peaches, soma canned last nnothor man riding down atnirs with their hnir plaited and thrown back to toed and Consisting of hotel of near- the feet, nor disrespect to tho owner, fall, and bo mo a year ago, not to men nut nny saddle, aud I B'poseiepropos-- hang down their shoulders and backs. it now contaius 130. A N. Y. Sun. ly 100 rooms has risen "liko an exhil- was fined 82. I will toll you . tion my other fruit. Say,, do They eoou fade, howover, and becomo both red and you think that my eyo will be black? 1 Hsi ugly ns they were before beautiful. aration," nnd board at private houses how I can niv totuatoos A Canadian murderer, who was day, with the privilege AND yellow. I pick tho tomatoes tho told tho old lady I was goin' to meet-in'- , In tho town thoy cover their faces is two dollars a rs. of sleoping For the past hanged at Kingston, Ontario, n feit smoothest and best shaped nnd skin nnd I wouldn't like to hnvo her when ou the street, in thesight of men, fortnight failed to avow his belief that operators wholivelikoprincos days ago, them very carefully; tnko the stem out think I had lost my tempcrnnd struck but they liko to havo Christians see he was going straight to heaven when taking cara not to tho sexton. Well, that's tho last pol- them, nnd they will uncover theirfaces at homo havo been glad to repose their tho drop fell, but, on the contrary, with a penknife, wearied virtues beneath tho precarious Also, a Nico Lino of cut tho tomato so as to lei the juice itics for mo." Tho old inan howev- if no Mussulmnu is looking. shelter of a boiler or a pilo of boards. prayed very earnestly to tho last moor seed run out; thou placolhcm in tho er, got a policeman to go with him some people Thcro seems to be ii mistaken idea The telephone and tho telegraph aro ment. In consequence .cans, soma of them with the stem end while ho voted on election day. Mil murderabroad that newspaper men publish already there, and the railroad is ex- doubt that ho was a genuine tho naukco Sun. next, to tho can, and tomo with I am oponing daily a Full lino ot tho Boat Goods in tho Markot.to bo Sunday Argus. er. Chicago Herald. papers for money. This is not the pected soon m blossom ends; then take tho juice that sold at Bottom Prices. Call and osamino. It may caso. Thoy are generally wealthy Oiikiis or Ui.ui:-GitATim nenulinr costume of the dwell hns rilu out of some that I havo peeloperating iu A Scotch bo uninteresting to our readers to bond holders nnd go into the business TIM W- - HIGGINS, Salesman. ers in Arizona is thus graphically do ed to cook, having uo wed or pulp, not blue-gra- ss, tho Clyde near Glasgow, Scotland, so famous in for tho fun nnd honor thero is in it, "Io ordi scribed by a "tender-foot;Hiid add a littlo milt and pour over my know that Kentucky, was first raised in ludiaua aud to pud people for nothing. So if brought up a solo leather trunk the nary weather ho wears a bolt witn pis whole touiutocs, until nearly full; then Miami you havo job work or advertising to other day marked "Georgo Plaisted, tols in it. Wheti it grows chilly ho ptaco in a kettle of cold water, and lot at u littlo Indian village called Villago, on White Uiver.in Hamilton do, tnko it to some other town nnd tho Boston." It was lost from the steamer nuts on another belt with pistols in it, them cook till I think they nro heated 1781 John aud publisher of your local papers wiil not Nevada last Soptember, and the com- nnd when it becomes really cold he through; then I seal them. I uso county. In tho year Uouncr weio stolen by tlio think anything of it, but will tako pany paid Mr. Plaisted 81,000 for tho throws a Winchester rifle over bis nothing but glass jars two quart jars William -- H-A.S toss. After seven months tho trunk shoulders." and after tho rover has been on Indians from Pittsburg, Pa., and pleasure in puiuug yuu ur your brought to this village. .John had free, gratis, aud for nothing. comes up, and its contents, found unnliout fivo minutes, T lake it ofl so they Two children were found starviug tho In- They as a class read tho Uible, and injured, exactly tally with Mr. Plais-ted'- s will settle, letting tho gus out, then I become tho chief mau among inventory. at Patrick, Va. They had been dennd through him wo learn that lave learned to "return good lor ovil, fill up with juice and soil again, and dians, blue-gra- ss was a native of what is now and thoy take a prido iu encouraging His idea of prayer: "I tell you serted by their parents in a lonely my cans nro always lull to the cover. Hamilton. In 1810, as General liar homo institutions whether these institu- wot, boys," exclaimed old Ben, tho house, with only a small supply of A great many havo not learned this. returning south, tions encourage them of not. South roughest man of tho camp; "I tell you food, nnd for a week lived on hark and You havo no idea how nico thoy look risou's army was Their discoverers lot them eat thoy took quantities of it to Yincenues Kentuckiau. wot, boys, it makes a feller feel kind- roots. through tho gins; thoy show every m a themand Kentucky, nnd from there it lids to hear that all they would, and thoy gorged vein nnd rib and look as if thoy woro Of tho J,37(i employes iu tho Treas- er watery round tho selves so much that death ensued, spread, .fudge Finch, of Indianapoup thar put up raw, and when used thoy nro lis, has often been heard to corroborate ury Department at Washington, Ken- littlo chit of a thing her prayers so A person to be dead drunk must just as if they had licen taken from tho tucky has only '15, aud is entitled to like an nugcl and it may bo accepted hail u littlo lamb.' or havo one part of alcohol to 195 parts vines and it you don't beliovo mo, this statement, 111; in the Slato Department sho has cuto, 'Mary All was that blue-gra- ss It would of blood iu tho circulation. try it this summer. I always keep my nsoortcct what was thou known us first nono, though entitled to three; iu the BUthin' er that sort." the fruit in tho dark, and it don't fado raised in be interesting to know just how much 1 osU'llico Department one, instead ol Now Charlio played a littlo game, Botthrough tho glass." Dunuahoo'ii Mag- Northwestern Territory, now Indiana. sixteen as is her duo; in tho War De- ho called it "inspiration," and when blood some meu carry. It takes n terPlainllold (lud.) Progress. azine. while she should have tho iiooplo thought to blame, it raised rible amount of alcohol to floor them, partment nine, Mb Two meu fell from a brokou scallold thirty-one- ; and in the Interior Depart- his indignatioti. Tho pooplo placed anyhow. A Uoston Oiul. In tho steam car in Now York, a distance of soventy ment II, or U2 less than her fairquota, him on a plauk, atuLrouud him put a No Does Not tho other day was a bright little It is stated that tho revision of the lady. An elderly gentleman, feet. Ono struck head downward on according to population, cto. Lexing- cordy, then knocked tho prop andsent Old Testament is finished, with tlu tho flag stone, dashing his brains out. ton Republican. the crajik in hasto unto tho "Lordy." exception of Ecclesiastes and tho Songs u few eeat a back, every tune tho littlo Tho other went through n wooden Carrollton Democrat. Tho second revisiou will ono turned around, would shako his of Solomon. by A story of u miraclo gains crcdeiico rough jioloin finL-ofin or duck his head, or "cluck," packing box, making u Miss liowley, after Theological reflection: "Yes, sah," tako tho whole of 1882. aud the aud sustaining terrihlo injuries at llristol, Pu. ished work will be published iu 1883. or do some ono of tho soore of things it, which ho was oxpocted to dio. having remained iu bed sixteen years, said Bruddcr Johusing, "Ef de from that are supposed to bo especially pleas A'third man saved himselt by cling- was so allected by the prayers of a nt of de rooster what crowed llutherford Haves is hoeinc his own ing to babios. The littlo girl answer- ing to window-Bi- ll ii ami clambering meeting called especially in her behalf Peter was to make a nolso ebery time corn this year. It will be remember ed, thodo.kindly attentions with a vathat sho got up and walked, and lias n lie is told, dar would be jo much noiso in. ed that he attcuded to another man s cant stare until, apparently surfeited sinco been pretty well. in do world da t you couldu't hear do New Haven mm m crop for four years. Two Indiana farmers quarrelled Now in Uso mul grown tired ot thorn, sho exclaimUegisten Undo Charlio Gordon, of Shelby, liens cacMo." ed in a voice loud enough to bo heard about a wrench, nnd wont to law. Tho lialfthroughthecar," Mamma, I real- costs of oourt and counsel foots havo Ala., proudly shows a certificate of Au editor, in speakiug of a clergy-ma- u The ureal irmpatbetlo and muscular called him a "pretty aged minis- - ijsteia, of which full tail healthful develly bolievQ that old fool is trying to reached 81.700. both litigants havo his own birth, dated seventy-eig- ht Bo Ta- Satisfied, Ono, mortgaged their property to raiso tho years ago, and n cradle full of twins, lor" Tlin cnniniuitnr cot it "liuttv opment deinj. kept from trowing tUbbr mak'o'lbvolo me." IJoitoii Back. eyed monster." nud there was a row. and IiuciItb by uahig Drown' Iron Hitter. born to him within a fow months. nnd tho case is continued. inouoy, Tho standard nicrior3onrn;iI M 'ROBERTS STAGG Stanford, annuh. Opera se, -- St. Sfnnfonl, Kentucky. mo-iliu- nt. MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY Wed-ncHdnH y, g X. Flour, Meal, Corn, Bran, Sliipstuif, &c, &AM.EE. pest-hou- se. pas-sng- FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING jssr writh-ing-soft- K WBAREN, Ky. Main Street, Stanford, B. at n. n mm I pest-hou- lull that salt-wate- I j j rini-innn- E. P. OWSLEY can-nin- m BRAND NEW GOODS, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. cdsomoold-fashionedcustoin- Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, CARPETS?OIL GLOTHSiTRUWKS out-doo- 8i. mud-digge- " m a. Destroys tom of-Cister- n; 93681 mini-ncs- THE- GEil MMFIELD Water Elevator. Water Insects; Draws Fresh Wator from llmmLmmmmmmmmmmm r. Tubing and Has Freeze. Foulest Oistoms Made Pure This Elevator. OVER (ME HUNDRED in This County. Try and If Not I ken It Will i The Lexington Press contains mado short work of tho Alexandria dispatch dated Hadm, July 17 which bombardment. Stormed at by shot reads as follows: "ThlkTabout bet! Tho British The Wak in Eoyit. and shell Arab! Beys troops deserted - July 18,1882 him in largo numbers, and ho finally Tuesday Morning, retreated, leaving tho city to tho flames EDITOR and to tho mercy of the released conW. P. WALTON. victs aud pillaging Bedouins. A cablegram says that no such night ns Owino to n cause that may ncvcrbo Thursday was over passed within tho explained, we fnileil to gctthoLcxing-Iomemory of living men, hcrhaps. Murrrcti soveral Jays last week, and der in every ?orm was dealt out to the it was not until n friend howcl us his Europeans and Christians within tho copy that we saw tlio article, which city walls. Ono hundred persons wcro wo copy on our first page, in reply to murdered at tho Ottoman Bank and ours nbotit the treatment of patients its adjoining buildings alone. In tho in tlio Lunatic Asylum nt that place, meanwhile Arab! Pasha and his forces clso wo should havo noticed it sooner. havo intrenched themselves beyond tho The Prats is correct as to tho sourco city. At midnight tho fires wcro ragof our information, hut as tho lady in ing, uncontrolled. There was no fightquestion had been dismissed by the ing Friday. Tiro was raging and Medical Hoard as cured, and as wo had more than n third of tho city was known her before her confinement ns burned. It seems to bo Arab! Boy's a nerson oi undoubted veracity, wo plan to draw tho British to land and saw no reason to doubt her statement, sco if they can fight ns well as when especially sinco gravo charges against protected by ships covered with certain pwtics connected with tho in24 inches thick. Saturday the stitution had recently been aired in British landed and took immediate Wo regret, howovcr, tho nowepapers. steps to restore order. Tho reports of since our informant has, at the intho amount of depredations committed stance of two intelligent physicians, seem to increase daily. Thirteen hunbeen returned to tho Asylum, that wo dred Christian refugees were saved in allowed our feelings to get away with the Coptic Church during the massawhat should havo been our better cre. Fears are now entertained of a judgment. Of course we had no ob- famine and of nn epidemic from tho ject in the matter, savo to correct nn number of unburicd dead. Tho fire abuse which we are glad to learn does continues. Whole families of Euronot exist, and if wo havo unwittingly peans nro reported missing, and it is given oflenso and injury to respectable believed that they wero thrown into ladies, who know and do theirduties in burning buildings. Hostilities for a a proper manner, wo are exceeding- time seem to bo ended, as tho Egyply sorry, and hope they will accept tians havo retreated far into the counthis our amende honorable. try- - n brought a thermometer along with me. It shows 17G3 decrees in tho shade. I'm boarding wilhn Congressman and am going to skip out just before tho end of tho month. Wo got tho Trite Kevluchtan and Interior Journal," Wo are clad to know that the old fellow is furnished with good reading. If ho had studied these good, religious papers moro in this world, ha would novcr havo gono to that hot country from which no traveler returns. BKSitiEakilling nil tho sheep ho can, running mad, giving peoplo tho hy drophobia and being n nuisanco gen erally, tho dog has como to tho front in Texas as tho causo of a row in which three persons lost their lives. In Or ange county, ono John Godwin, woru out with W. Windham'sannoyingdog, shot and killed him. This enraged Windham, who followed Godwin and his brother-in-la- w Mo ran, with a shot gun and killed them both; not, howovcr, before ho had received a wound from which he died in less than an hour after. prosecutions, after The Star-Rou- to costing thousands of dollars, aro about to peter out with nobddy convicted. The Administration never'' intended that it should bo otberwiso after it found out that its leading election manipulator? wero tho originators and main beneficiaries of tho stupendous 8 teal. coats-of-ma- il is passing into the A MiTCHELLsnuRO correspondent hands of the stalwarts as fust as Pres- asks tho Apostolic Times if Mr. Lusk ident Arthur can accomplish that end. is worthy of tho support of tho tem Tho question of competencyisno long- perance advocates, stating that bo had Tun country ) Thomas Kgan was hanged at Yankton, D. T., for the murder of his wife Septem ber 12, 18S0. The failures in the country during In their efforts to show tho world last week are repotted at 121, against 109 bow much it appreciates tho widow of the week before. It is estimated that the loss bf floods the murdered president, Congress seems to have no idea when they have done and storms this season in Clark count; Ivy., will reach a million dollars. enough of a good thing. Not content Senator Jo. Brown, of Georgia, has with paying expenses that would legal- giren the State University $50,000 for the ly coino out of Garfield's estate, and education of indigent young men. voting his widow a pension of $15,000 Eight boys are reported dead or dying per year, giving her the right to use from lockjaw, the result of wounds inflict the mails free of charge, and being ed by toy pistols on the 4th nf July. John Bright has retired from the Britotherwise exceedingly liberal with the ish Cabinet, became his religious scruples people's money, it on Friday voted to will not permit him to countenance war. pay her ono years' salary for her husThe transit oi Venus, which will take band, le33 the amount drawn by him place December otli next, will not occur up to the time of his assassination. We again for 122 years, that is not until June A North Carolina girl has just really believe it some fellow were to 7th, 2004. Col. Wesley Merritt has been appoint' GARRARD C0UNTT. met a fearful fate for disobeying her offer a bill to give her aud her family ed Superintendent of West Point. Gen parents. They has refused to allow a carte hlanclie to check on the treas- Howard is assigned Lancaster. to the Department of Win, Onslat, one of the oldest men in her to meet her lover, but she mnn-age- d ury at will and for any amount, the the Flatte. to escape and was hastening to a sentimental Congressmen would carry It is said that 2,000 persors were mas the county, and the progenitor of about 80 sacred at Alexandria, and that the Khedive desoendents, was buried Saturday. trysting place in the leafy woodland, it with a whoop. Al A Jim Ilurnside's crop of wheat barely escaped from Egyptians soldiers rent when a bolt of lightning passed down will amount to 0,000 bushels. One field of Tin: attempted sarcasm of the Lex- to kill him. her spinal column aud laid her out ington Transcript would have been If the English had have had a suffi- 75 acres yielded an average of 30 bushels forever. Remember this, girls, and cient land force to follow up the victory at per acre. lost on us, as wo do not get it, had not The numerous mini have flushed the when you feel that you know better the Richmond Register oxpoted it Alexandria, the Egyptian war would have depot pond till the main and side tracts with whom you should associate than been a short affair. thusly: "Tho Transcript takes on the wa A young woman, arrested in Philadel- are for a considerable distance under the old folks, why pick some other true Lexington characteristic when it phia as a ter, varying from 2 to 15 inches in depth died almost imme time for the business than a thunder The protracted meeting at the Baptist speaks of the Interior Journal as diately after her release from the excite stormy evening. Church, conducted by Kev. J. C Porter, being "published, we believe, at Stan- ment and disgrace. From the ruins of the house kuocked continues with good congregations. There In speaking of tho present Ken- ford." The Journal was an old and have been several additions to the Church Congress, a "Wash- prosperous paper long before tho Trail' down by lightning at Texakana, Ark., 23 tucky delegation in A coon attempted to show off before ington dispatch has this to say of ours: script was hatched. The present edit bodies have been removed and there are bis girl Saturday by stepping gracefully still 12 more missing. Hon. Phil. B. Thompson is already ors of the Transcript, being recent im from the train while it was in motion and The office of Auditor on the C, N. O. e. known asa candidate for reelection portations, ought not to be so fast to A T, P. Railway has been abolished, aud came to grief In a Ileyond the The Temperance Cause at Lexington. in the Eighth District, and he appre- take on the 'blarsted Henglish' airs It. M. Monroe appointed comptroller, vice damage to his complexion and clothes from Lexikoton, Ky., July 17tlt. mud, with which he was covered from hends no opposition. Phil, has made so peculiar to Lexington." M. Pomeroy, Auditor, resigned. It. head to foot, a slight cut on the forehead KiUor Interior Journal. John Haltrew who kicked bis mother a record for himself that will keep The temperanco protracted meeting, con While tho skeleton of Guiteau is to death at Grand Haven, Mich., has been was the only injury sustained. him in tho first rank. lie will bo ducted by Col, Hoy In a big tent has com Miss Kato Simmons is at Judge Dun bleaching on tho metal roof of tho arrested near Wabash, Ind. Death In any glad to get into the work of rendering can s. .Mie Jennie Duncan has returned pleted its Grst week. Very large crowds were Army Museum at Washington, his shape Is too good for such a monster. to Danville. an account of his stewardship, but, is Mr. and Mrs, present every night last week, and the feel One hundred and fifty-nideaths from a visit face has been embalmed and will be Reynolds, of Chicago, who accompanied ing of the people is evidently in favor of like the others, a victim of the late kept in a glass case for tho inspection were reported in New York within twenty-fou- r Mrs. It 'h father, Mr. Wm. Gray, home from local option. Col. Hoy Is a genius In some session. were chilhours Sunday. Ninety-onof tho public, and as a reminder to tho that place, have relumed Mr. J. D. Price respects. He makes a deep impression on The Winchester Democrat, which is rising generation that this country dren, and they died of heat and cholera in has presented his daughter, Miss Lelia,with the popular mind. Sometimes he is truly fsntum. and powerfully eloquent; and then the lusupposed to know, says Dr. Staudiford takes no stock in inspiration, hut with A dispatch from ltussla Says: A train a fine piano of the "Ilaby Grand" pattern. by pungent wit. will not bo a candidate for Governor. a cordy jerks to tho Lordy, all who with two hundred and seventeen persons It is pronounced by judges to be a verysu-iwrio- r dicrous, accompanied sparkles like flashes of light on tress loaded instrument. off' the rails between Telinery e men feel called upon to remove a president on board ran Thero are few more progrc-sivwith ice. The saloon men have held a It is due to our 'inlet arid and liislijeur. One hundred aud seventy- in the State than Dr. Staudiford, and or any other man. What friend, Hub Kinnaird, to say that the private meeting in self defense eight persons were killed still fower who could lift it from the wound he received in his leg from the ac they did the public does not know. WhatThe welcome news comes from Edwin Seddens, a married man, has evil effects of tho ever may be tho immediate result in this so ellec Ohio thnt there is u strong probability been arrested in Cincinnati for raping two cidental dirchargt) of a pistol last week, city at the August election, there can be no tively as he, .and we should like to girls less than eight years old If he mentioned in your Lancaster notes, was that Speaker Keifer will not be re- little y doubt that the cause of prohibition is see such a man at the helm. was In Kentucky, he'd ornament the limb caused liy the weapon tailing from the growing here, and in the whole counturned to Washington. He seems to pocket of another fellow with whom he was trto in less than 12 hours UuHH Nkwlon of tho Midway Clip-pe- r, bo a man entirely devoid of principle, of a Truly yours, try. J W. Cox. The First National Hank of Findlsy, walking. Hub does not carry a "pop," and in his notes oil the Superior Court who occupies tho position ho does sole O., was the first to extern its corporate er- - has always had such a dread of being acciBucklen's Arnica Salve. Convention, says: "Had it not been ly because ho can bo made a tool of Utance under the new law. Its charter dentally shot will not touch one. He will Tli twit salve In tke world fur Cuts, Jlrulses, for the grin on Joe Brou-stoti- and because ho can bo relied on to do etplred Friday at noon, when It look on a be able In a few days to resume bis f lace Sores, Uleers, Halt lttituui, 1'erer buret, Tetter, Chapped lianas, Chilblains, Curoi, and all bklu In the Hank. face, the impression might have any dirt work his party may demand leae of life for twenty more years. Eruptions, ami positively cures files. It la guar- --The colored element turned out in full At Washington, Pa., a antee.! to give entire aallsfactlon or money refundbeen mado on somo thnt he was some- of him. force to a grund parade and ed, l'rlt 23 cents per boa. 1'or sals by l'euny A white lady name Miss Venle Clokey marVt fear bvpii what of u uuisunco." The New York Sun suggests anoth- ried a colored man clandestinely, and her picnic Saturday. Speeches were nude by McAllster. that beautiful grin did not savo him, Chen Avian. er republican ticket for 1881 : Harris- relatives have secured her Incarceration O. W. Gentry, of Stanford, and another W raunot help noticing (lis lltsrat utter mtJe colored gentleman by name of Fish from Some of tho shot hurled nt tho for- on, of Indiana, and Hawloy, of Con- in an Insane asylum, on that account. la alt Invalids aud auBerers by Dr. King's New The President has been steadily and Loudon, who was specially caustic in his Discovery for Cousuiuutlou. Yuu are requutsJ tifications of Alexandria wero from necticut, on a platform of "no stealremarks concerning the "dcuiccratical" to call at fenny A McAUsltr'a Drug tilore, and of ollicers who repre 80.ton guns, and weighed 1,700 pounds, ing." It wouldn't take. The average, rspidly getting rid party. At night, the crowd Trial Doltls sented the party, and putting in ollicers ed by theatricals In the Hall, was entertain- get aConsumption,free of coat, If you ais suflerlng (Severe Coughs, Colds, Aslliuia, but the dis- with requiring 37fi pounds of powder to republican leader would desert his who represent a faction that was defeated order was so great that the curtain fell Bronebltls, Uay l'sver, Loss of Voile, Hoarseness, force them. No wonder Arab! Boy party if the luxury of swindling the: ii the last National Convention, New about tho middle of the performance at 3 oraiiy stlecllon of tb Tbroat or Lungs, It will o'clock A. M. took to Ids heels. government wero denied him. positively cure you. York Tribuue' task-worletter-writinEns-wortstreet-walker, mud-holne e ed moss-backrap-Idlgood-nature's g er taken into consideration. All that is necessary is to prove that you are entitled to one of the brass collars of the 30G, or that you sympathized with them in their effort to force a third term of Grant upon the couutry, and all is well. It is extremely bard for Arthur to get out of his old ways, and the mnn who expects to get milk out of a turnip, is most The "going totho Lordy party" of which Guitcau was a bright and shining light, will disgust the country tho first thing they know, and then praise the Lord they will have to take scats that they should always have occupied, away back in the rear. A wiuteh, who devotes several columns of the Cibcinuati Commercial to the "political situation" in Kentucky, shows his ignorance of the subject by calling tho 8th, tho Lexington District, speaks of it as Senator Beck's home and tho head centre from which all tho democratic machinery issues. It further says that W. A. Bradley will give 1'hil Thnmpson the hardiest notwithstanding piece of the district is from 12,000 to 15,000 democratic, that he ever had in all the days of his life. Wo advise the writer to study up on political affairs before he makes a second attempt at ward-bumm- heard that he was a reformed drunk ard. The limes replies that from all it can hear Mr. Lusk is a very worthy man, and we agree with it. But we don't see that the temperanco people will do their cause any moro good by voting for Lusk than for Henry. Both are reformed drunkards, and while Capt. Henry may havo slipped once sinco Mr. Lusk has, his promise to "tasto not, touch not, handle not" the accursed stuff again forever is apparently as sincere as his. The temperance people havo just as much reason to believe that one will remain faith ful as tbo other, and sinco there is no possible show for Mr. Lusk's success, they should lend a helping hand to Capt. Henry, who is trying fully as hard to lead a temperate life. that "My dear has notified Mrs. Garfield that she must como to timo with her assessment for tho political corruption fund. As ho threatens the with dismissal if they fail to pony up, we suppose he'll cut off her pension money should sho fail to pay, TjieNow York Observer remarks that Blackburn has been confirmed by Bishop Dudley in Christ's Church, Louisville." Correct with tho exception of the Ex, nnd gods I wouldn't tho State draw a long, fresh breath if that wcro so too? office-holders "Ex-Governor It 13 rumored Hub-bell- " The body of a child was found on the live coals In the furnace of' the Kossmore Hotel, N.Y. Its mother wis arrested and confessed to having plsrcd ll there, but declared tint It was She Ways and Means Committee, though Mr. Carlisle, of Kentucky, has an important bill permitting growers of "pi'iue," the strong, course tobacco of the far South, to sell It without paying a license tax done up In "csrrottes." specA (hurirrJountnl Washington ecli of ial says Senator Ileck mado the tho day on his amendment for publishing and posting pension list in the neighborhood of the applicants, so that fraudulent applications may bo exposed. The news from Ireland Is of tho murder of a womtn who had rented a bit of ground from which a tenant had been ejected. It is considered a mortal offense In Ireland against the higher law, to pay rent, and tlio penalty Is the in Hid Ion of assassination. A man wlicrdebauches, or altemplstho debauchery of, his neighbor's wife, and she his own cousin, is tried, convicted and sentenced for the offense, but before the convict is started to the penitentiary, Governor lllackburn interpose a pardon. Times. Geo. Gaines, the negro charged with aasinatlng Charles Penn, near Frankfort, was captured by the father-in-laof the murdered man, who will receive the $.100 offered by the Governor for his capture. Threats of lynching were so loudly made that the jail is kept constantly under guard. Joseph Addison, of Italtlmore. was shot and killed in a duel with ltlcliard Garland, near Petersburg Va., Siturday. The casus Mli was that Garland had told a young la dy to whom Addison was engaged (o be married, that Addison was flirting with her. The weapons used were pistols and the distance six paces. Garland's pistol failed to fire. The gross earnings of tho Louisville A Nashville railroad for the first week of July were $21 1.CS0, against $177,000 for the same week last year, an increase of $3I,C30 on an increased mileageof 1S5 mllci. From January 1 to July 7 they amounted to against $5,051,510 for the cores- ponding period in 1831, an increase of $Gtl,S13 on the same increase in mileage. In the course of the past six months there have been sold in Kentucky 203 head 4SG short of thoroughbreds for S125.CC5; horns for SI 11,07.1, and G94 trotters for Including the sales made pri $170,700. vately these sums would be nearly doubled. It is safe to say that live stock to the amount of $300,000 has left Kentucky for other States and foreign parts this year. still-bor- PULASKI COUNTT. rttorKmioxiL. Somerset A gay couple passed through here on their way to Tennessee Friday, there to lie made one. An armed escort accompanied BRUCE, T.W.TARKOK. WALLACE 15, VAWtOK. Ihcm. Tho forth, Hetven and all the elements havo conspired against the this week. Not a murder, nor even a plain drunk troubles the waters that the reporter may cure his famished brain. Immenso shipments of hlacklierrles are being made, and this once despised fruit Is now eagerly nought and jealously guarded, One night last week, a car load was expressed, and 70 stands were left for want of room. A strike Is Imminent nn the CInrinna several employes having ti Southern, agreed to strike for higher wages. The rates heretofore paid are starvation, and now that the length of trains has been Increased by the strength of the new oonsolldaled engines, the men are refusing to do the work. Misses Motile and Leila Owens, two charming young ladles of Lincoln, after spending some days In our midst, returned Thursday. We sincerely hope they will return, In pity for some unfortunates left behind. Miss Allle Hubble, another of Lincoln's fair daughters, after a brief visit left us Friday. Heautlful, fascinating and posesessed of wonderful Intellect, her stay was like a sunbeam In our midst, which we trust will shine again ere long. news-gatherrob-wr- WARREN & CO, STArU'oni), KY. Ofllc In Owslsj A Hod's new building ATTOUN11YM T. W. A W. B. VAMNON, A.'V IjA."V. up stairs. ' , ATTouNiav LANCA8TKII, A'lTOIlNnV MTANHIHII, H. 6. KAUI'KMAN, A-- y r,A.-v- KY. Mailsr Oninmlmlonrr and Count j Atlorney, Will prattle In sll Ihs Courts of (larrinl and adjoining rountiraand In IhsOourlof Arrala. THOMAS V. IUMi, JJtii li o o CT5? A.'J' XiA."V, P S3 KY. Will prattles In lbs Courta si Ibis and adjoining eountlM and In the CVitiri of Appeals. (Inks In Owsley A Mon's new building up stairs. CD O A.'I"J'OUNJ'3V AIjRX. ANIIRHUON, A.T O -r- - 0 Hi Hi DANVIM.H, KY., Will prattle In th fYmrte of llnjle and adjoining counties and In Ih Court of Appeals. rt- O CD o t-- 1 MJIMITY, KY. Will pratllrelnall tb (burls of Caier and adjoining rounllrs, and In lh (Viurl of Apala. Hprclal attention given to eollrttlona, URlc over lU T. I'lerre's store. 1)11. AlrtMIMlY AT J.,A.W, axu KiisKis KoarasKvrnusTr, 3. Q. UAIU'KNTKH, MABTRItHOM l'RYTON, W HTANitlltll KKHTtlUKY OlEea hours G Offle over Ilobl. 8. 1. J tie's store. from 3 lo 5J and 7 to r. x. J. J. OrBe WILUON, DKNTIHT, STANKOIIK, KY. and RrslJrnr, Uper Main HI. MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Commercial shows from the Auditor's report for tho lost nine years that $ 14,055 0C have beeu expended on tho .gubernatorial mansion at Frankfort, and we agree with it that there is certainly room for saving The Louisville C.-- here. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. I lie willow of Abraham Lincoln died of paralysis at Springfield, III., Sunday night. Her maiden name was Mary Todd, and her father, Hon. Itobt. S. Todd, represented Fayctle county In both branche of tlie Kentucky Legislature, and was Presi dent of the Lexington branch of the Hank of Kentucky from Its establishment to bis death, July 10, 1819 Msry Todd and Abraham .Lincoln were married Nov, I, 1342 At that lime LIucoln had served four terms In the Illinois Legislature, and was just beginning his law practice at Springfield. From 23 miles in 1830 the railroads of the country had increased to 101,813 in 1831. There value is put down at $5,010, 3S9,579. and last year their gross receipts were $725,079,119, of which $551,9G3,I77 came from freight) and $173,359,042 from passengers. Estimating the persons employed in operating these roads at twelve to the mile, there were 1,200,000 in all, to which number must be added 100,000 en gaged in railway construction, making the total 1,000,000, or about part of the population. The nmount of freight carried is estimated at 350,000,000 tons, of an ass jmed value of $12,000,000, 000, or more than $200 per head of the the whole population. Sam. M. Bunlett. Editor. The weather for several days has been delightful. Mis VIrgle Keppeit, of this place, Is visiting friends in Manchester. 'The man Hurton who Mas aliot by Moore, last week, is very low and not expected to live. John McMullen sold seven lambs that averaged 91 pounds rsch, at I cents per pound. They were a little more than three months old. Mr. Jesse Reynolds, of the (iladis precinct, is announced as candidate for surveyor. He is a mighty good man for the place, and will get lots of votes. He will be elected. The canvass for the county offices is warming up. The democrats have a clean, straight ticket made up of good men. They are worthy of the supportof every democrat, II we all stand up to them, shoulder to shoulder, we cannot fail to win. Mr. N. D. Wilmol is announced elsewhere as a candidate for County Attorney. He has been an unswerving democrat all his life, Is a lawyer of long practice, and promises, if elected, to do his whole duty. He will receive a hearty support from all parts of the county. Mr. Christopher Pitman, of this place, was lucky enoueh to catch $2,000 in last Tuesday's drawing of the liouisiana State Lottery. He held of ticket No. 00,070, which drew the $10,000 prize. He and his many friends are haupy over his stroke of good fortune. Another eld citizen has fallen asleep. July 10th 1832, at the residence of her R. D, Hale, in Laurel county son Mrs. Mahulda Wilmol, departed this life. She was the widow of the late M. G. Wil mot. Horn in Tenne-ree- , she cime to this county early in life and has always lived here. Her age was 05 years. She was a good woman, a faithful wife, a kind mother. For 41 years alio was a devoted member of the Methodist Church. She has two sons living in this county, N. D. and 11. R. Wilmot. Peace to her ashes. I'eiuonal. Mr. J. I). Proctor, of Ala,, is at Pine Hill on a busi ness visit. Willis Adams Jr., of Paint Lick, was here Sunday. Mr. Samuel Ens- worth, of St. Joe, Mo., arrived here Saturday evening and left yesterday for Clay county, his old home. Thirty or thirty- five yean ago, Mr. Enswor'h was a lawyer at Manchester and a regular visitor at this place during Court terms. He was a law yer of marked ability. In those days Eli' sha Smith, the Moores, R. M. Hradley, SI las Woodson (afterwards Governor of Mis souri) and other famous legal minds made the bar of the mountains equal to that of h any other section of the Stale, and Mr. was the peer of the beat of those named. He left the bar nine years ago, and is now a farmer living near St. Joe. He was warmly greeted here by many old friends who seemed to cherish a very kindly recolection of him. He Is an affable, pleasant, hale old gentleman, full of sprightly and interesting in conversation, and carries his years with remarkable vigor. He goes to Clay county to wind up his business affairs there, some of which he says are yet unsettled, though he left there for Missouri in 1857. one-fifte, HUIllJoN DIJNTIHT, HTANFOIttl, KY. Office Houth ltd Ualn Dtnwt, two doors above tk Mvere Hotel. Pure Nitrous Oald (las administered when 11. IiBB 1. HOFFMAN, r s! Z s H i I O MOltOAN, 3TTTTIL: Will I weeks Denial rooms ofeath month, from nrel Monday In lit Asaph llotel, over McA Itler A llrlgbt'e. IV slgn.l At lAnrsater two weeks of eatb month I rout third Monday Denial rooms In Mssoallous. Krslgu I'uranllrous oild gss administered whennerrewrr. 41 If iJ3NrriHT, In Maaford two J). D. O. Lincoln County Farm for Sale! S-- oQ in O 1 C3 Tb belnoljuvph Heotl oiler at private eat, hlsiaviiioMos Al'IIMIflngl mil North of Dla liver, and near the derrird rounle line. Tb land Is lerlll and In good repair Thlrly.nv arreeln lrndll tlniber.oek, walnut, eia Ac., and all Insraaa exepl nln arm, whlth Is now wheal stubble. This firm cjo b bought low and on eaajr terms. Kor lull particulars, rail en David eVoll, on Ih farm, or addrr-- u hint at Hubert's Creek 1. O. Lincoln Cuuolr, Krulurer 57-- Stanford Female College. STAM'OUI), KY. With a Full Corps of Teachers, ALL THE UKANC1IKH OP A This Institution will open Its Thirteenth Kraston oo the 3d Monday In bepteniher neat. Pr- THOROUGHENGUSHCOUnSE Ar taught, as well u MUBIC, TUB IiANUUAOBU. DIIAW. INQ AND FAINTINO. o cro os 103 tin u n TERMS MODERATE. 110, l'reparatoiy, 110, and In Tuition, prim rang frmu IM to IV) In Ih regular IVpartrntnta. frlmarv, Intermediate Ullelale, tie. f'or full particulars, as to Hoard, Ac .address HKN. N. V. TRUI:ui:AKT. Stanford, Lincoln Co., Kr rlrl.l if 3 O in 0 WILL BE OPENED! H 8 To Us old Irlrnds and lo tb public on nilll.1 IKls. It I V jivx Aii itmi til TTTVM ui iiumi loit thi: MF KISANOX 1882! II Kj rgjo UNDKlt AN Eutirely Gen. New Management. Jai. F. Hobinion, of Lexington, s H Manager. The office in charge of Men. John fleet ana u. r. Moore. RATES OP BOARD : Per Iny $2.50 Per Week Per Month 11.00 (IISiIuj'm) 15.0O CIIII.DUKN AND NUIWE8 IIALK I'ltlCE. EVERY COMFORT AND LUXURY, lake lie includod. will I supplied to guests, and Ihejr areaasured that In every requisite of a first-cla- ss llotel the Management does not lutcud to be eurpasaed by any In America. P O O a To 8 " W. O. WELCH. ItT. VKIIMJW Trust so PO pic2 AIIYHlTlhKHKMK. II. N. MAKTI2V ltorkuatla Court, August election, lint. Is a candidate for Clerk ol th iinnl J.V.Iir.N I WAIelsIN (mvi:xn M s PP gp Is a candidal? lor County Judge of Itockrastls, at lb August election, 1MJ. IV. M. Is an lndeendent candidal for Assessor of ltockaatUCouuly, Auguit election, 168 J. nam m. minincrr, 3 Hi B m i ATTOR N EY AT LAW, Mt. Vornon, Ky. Bpoclal attention glvou lo collections. Will practice bis profession lu llockcaatl aud adjoining countlea and lu the f!uuri nt A,nA.u '03 ? N3UUVM VAIUETY SXOItl BIT. VJ3UIVOJV, JCY., Bouth-Ben- d J. E. VOWELS' I Agonoyof '33(lHa Beapors & Mowers,Bweepstakes l'hreiu-er- s, Mitchell Farm Wagons, New Home Bewmg Machines, Taylor's Elastic Bed Springs, Avery's Cast and Stool Plows, Buokeju Chilled Plows, :h MonRfly fan at $300 at W, If. Rln. , Hlg- - ST A3ST3TOiar), ICY. Tuesday Morning, I Jan It I the Llvingaton Coal Company' coal the heal. . i. -. . July 18,1882 Wantfu. and aide by A lot of country bacon, ham .. I want lo buy 50,000 LSlN.L ocal time Passenger LAID. . Inmr I'otatoim. 19 V. T. (Ireen. . ill ... " trains North " 0 Houlh .. . t( A. u. buahel m at once. A, T. Ktinnelly Stanford. r. LOCALNOTICES. coal 10 cent Miw. ley'. liny I'ainth of 1'enny A McAlIslcr. MlM.rrrHreil $225 per litisliel tt A Owe IiAunri. county double acreencd nut per huihel delivered. T. T. Davlea. Katf. DuniiFttAR would he very Hi.kviu. Hngar for $t nt McAI-Isl- e r A alright'. Halt, Lime ami Cement romlnntly on liarul A. Owsley'. Nrw ntnrk of Jewelry mil Kilrrrwira at IVnnj A McAIIitfr'a. Cnir.n MiM. HorRimm Mills ami crap, orator for salo bj A. Owsley. toveiu of (looit Tea. will find tlie licat In Hie cltjr at l'enn & McAllsterV. Waktwi. 1,000 liii. Irish l'otalow for cash or lrale. McAlliter A Itrlglit. Watches, Clock" and Jewelrv repaired And warranted t lVnnj A McAIIster. Wanted. Country hacon. iilglimt market price in canh paid. McAIlater & Height. Turk Alden Fruit Vinegar, best In the world, for sale onljr by McAIIster A alright. You will find the best and 2for-- 5 centa cigar in town at Penny A McAlls-ler'- a. much obliged to lhoo who are Indebted to her If they would call and fettle. LiTi.t.r. PciuoNAr. Mr. Kate Dudje-ra- r, the accomplished milliner, ha d herlelge lord with another daughter. Itev, Mr. Cratg, professor of Church history in the Theological College, Chicago, preached at the Preabvlerian church Sunday. He I a ooualn of Cpt. Galne Craig. There are fifteen counties In Peny. vania, with a population of .150,000 that have combined but three lliptiat 'churches, Twel-- e of them have none at all. It strikes u that thi I a good place to appropriate tome of the Home Mission fund. Had we not published the story" attributed to Mr. Ii.trncs, he would never have gotten a chance to correct it. It had been going the round for at least a month. No sir, the Interior ha no idea of going back on you. When other friend forget and forsake you, il will still remain a ever your organ, "grand-mollierlndi- 2. INDUCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY I 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, R0BT. S. LYTLE. Iff A.TKUUY, 1UXiIi1VIA1V & 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 A H. II. fllUNKs are receiving and oiwnlng a nice new Jot of Zeigler Shoe low cut. A HJI.I. line of California Canned floods, Including Apricots, (Iran, 1'ears, I'esches J. II. and V.gg I'lum at McAllsler and llright'a. PERSONAL friend MiHAi.i.inOurr.N It visiting In ( Orchard. Miss Camuck of Georgetown ia with Mlsa Gatie (Utmi. Mr. I 0. KtKi.iN,a commercial in l ilonary from Itooton, la in the city. Mhh. Koiikkt MrAMSTEH haa gone to vlult lur mother at Ml. Blerllng. Mim. Lelia Lynam, of Louim-lllit visiting her parent, KMer ami Mr 8. II. I,u King. Y.uzk IIchia.v, of HryariliiTllIe, ii on a Ylait to her grandmother, Mr. Ham llaughman. Mm. H. CTiiUKiiKAtiT and Iter. J. a Sim are attending the High Ilrldge Camp Meeting. Mr. JoiimO. McAmsti'ii of Huston-villia in the city, visiting her sister, Mr. Lansing Hurrowa. Lexington I'res. Mas. Itrni and Mr. Dr.Wyatl I. Letch-eof Covington the mother and aider of Mr. Korritui Held, are on a visit to him. JlMMd, Olvr.Ni, Kjr., oflOilistllle, who haa been with hi father' lamily for a week or two, spent Sunday with friend here. Mm. Amok Sworn, of Ilendeiaoii. Ky., with her two children, ia on a protracts! visit to her father, Mr. J. I,. tit. Mux. Dr. l'nisntr, of Monticello, ia wilirii with her daughter, Mr. I). It. who la reortel to ha slowly improving. Mr. K. It. Ciienault and Man. I)u. T. II. Montoomkky left yesterday to visit their brother, Mr. Waller Chenault at Fort Scott, Kanaaa, Mil F. J. C'Aurnei.i., proprietor of Ilockcaslle Springs, waa here ycoterday rey turning from Louisville. He reporti thing promiaingat hi delightful resort Hon. II. Clay Kai'kkman, of Lancaster waa here yesterday. He ray that the canvass In that county la exceedingly warm, hut the democratic ticket ia an re of victory. Miss Mamii: IIikch, of St. Louis, a young lady of wondrout beauty of face and figure, who haa been the gueal of Mra. J. IT. Shanks, haa gone, and a eoore of young men are sad. Mi-e, r, Daw-ao- LANtK STOCK AND CROP. IlmiNNINo with yeaterday the paaacngcr and freight train run regularly to and from W. T. llaughman bought of Ike Dunn London, The paawnger leave mule for $83, there at yesterday, a 0 A. M. Geo. I). Wearen received n telegram Irom Cincinnati yesterday, slating that all Cor- - Varnon tell u that an engineer will arrive next Monday to examine the market for wheat were otT about three cts. the proposed railroad from here to Galla- from Saturday. He isstill engaging how ever at 00 cent. tin, Tenn. .. . It la estimated that the produce of Tin: Danville 'Jhbune i the only rural Mis llussell, dam of Maud 8., consisting that ajiortR a ahort-hanwriter, and of nine sons and daughter, would readily he la a good one, too, judging from tome re command upward of $100,000 cash if offercent reKrl of apsechea. ed for sale in open market. There never wan such a crop of oli In n match game of baae ball laat Friday at Lancaster, a colored nine from Stanford toe raised in thi section a the present I waxed a nino of that place by a acore of The crop said to be very short however, In the Kast, which will have to draw IS to 32 on nine inning. largely on the West for her supply. Mr. W. 8. Myf.ii write that he In Hourbon county owner ol thresher the terrible Texarkaua, Alk., sre threshing the wheal in that county at whereby aome forty odd jiernon 12 and 13 cent per bushel, furnishing evwere buried In the ruin of a liouai dernol- - erything. The farmer ha nothing to do lihnl by lightning. hut to overlook the work and haul lit wheat away. Some have sold a high a I'l.KAar: Noricn. All peraon Indebleil $1.03 and $1.05 in Pari. to Hale A Nuniiellcr, either by note or llelow aro the ruling price for proaccount wilt pleaae come forward and setvisions, Ac , in Stanford: Iltcon shoulders, tle immediately. The Imaine must be l'.'jc; hami, 18c; sides, 18c Flour, $3 00 wpund up., A. T. Xunnelley. to $3.50; corn, $5.00; meal, $1.25 per bushel; Cmcud. Maybury, Pullman A Hamil- oat, 85c.; coffee, 12 lo 20c, molasses, C.'c ton' immense Circus and Managcrle give lo 75c.; dried apples, 8jc ; peaches, 8Jc; the go by thi time, but Danville i not new Irish jiotatoes, 50c. per bushel; too far for a large number of our amuse-love- r butter, 20c; cheese, 20c.; eggs, 10c; salt by to attend. See "ad" and remember 7 bushel bbl.$2. the date. Danville, July 17. A small crowd I ever saw A Dawo.v have uat received of people and fewer cattle than Hakims the Court day, only ir ton ol Luke Ice, which they wilt sell in on headmarket on County belonging to G. C 71 of mixed scrub small lot at 1 cent per pound. Peraon Duncan, of Wayne county. They were wanting large lot can get it on reasonable 4 term. They still sell manufactured ice at sold at 3 cent for heifers, and for three and steers. None sold pri1 cent per pound. vately. Three plug horses at $05 to $35. Till: building of the new seminary wa Good demand for good catllo. ILT. Hush. let to Mr. 11. K. Wearen for $1,050, and For the finest potatoes, and ripest and the demolition of the old eye sore will com- best apples of the season, A. M. Fcland I mence thi morning. One by one the ugly awarded the premium. The potatoea are old landinarka disappear, and we will of the Victor variety, anil in addition to praise the Lord when they are atl gone. being very large, are real beauties. The One of Wm. Austin' attorneys, who apple must be ol the strawberry variety, if there I such, they were so good. There is went lo Frankfort to induce the Governor to commute hi sentence, say there I lit- nothing picayune about Mr. Feland, and i that tle or no show In that quarter. It seemi the beauty about the whole tiling our large and growing family will lie sup-strange, however, if he doc not intend to ied for a week. pardon or reprieve, that the Governor doe IKsimilEOST'M S jaiulit Gtruml TJnltud MASTODON SHO-'WWill Kxhlblt AT DANVILLE, THUltSDAY, .JULY I PENNY & McALISTER 3xPDE3Cj3Ln.Tia:aL.OIS1,S, DEAIX m DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY 18S2. Physicians' Prescriptions accurately compounded. & FANCY ARTICLES. a 27TH, Pharmaceutical Preparations specialty. pnr PENNY & McALISTEK, AM) NIlTVEKWAItU TheLARGEST STOCK of WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. "Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired on short not'ee, and Warranted. 11 cataa-troph- c, 8HHIiiiBHflKsfAiH ' H. G. RUPLEY, IMC3Z:3Et - I hj$ lme. BBHHhB1PPB- INT T OHAFOKI), TAILOR, STA1S KY. , . Takce thisoppntunity of thanking hia patrons In Stanford and vicinity for their liberal support, and k hopes to retain It, as lie baa selected thlsearlyln the season, before being called orer, and tt 11 ndisjuaWy the grandest and mot ttuptrulou arjyregahan of amusement of ancient or modern A gigantic ipiadnpartate Circus, A mcleorie conttellaliun of lite world! arenxe ttart Museum, Menagerie and Aquarium, truntjmted on immente $pecial railroad train at rnormou Grand cosmopolitan and Trans-MariCircus. apente, employing hundred of men and horse pubOne of the (argent and matt efficient arenic exhibition ever pretcnted to an amxuetnent-lorin- g lic. Do not fail to vitne the Grand Oriental Street Pageant, xchieh will more in it princely )ilendor through the prineijial ttrett at 9 A. 31. Comprises Everything that is Itfew. From the best of Foreign Makers "To Excel." They will be cut and made In first-clCutting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. style. His motto Is: pi SPRINGS. k JlllUr hlrrlor Journal. The season lias fairly opened here now, and number are daily coming for enjoyment and health. It is a lively scene each day when the time approaches for the arrival ol the 'bus from the depot, and in front of the Hotel may bo seen many gay, er-trguady and elegant dresses, sun shades of every hue from the crimson to the snowy white. The band I stationed oit the porch, BOYLE COUNTY. and as the 'bus dashes in fine style up to Dan i lie. For sortie months the front, Hashing eye and joyous words Suiuncll.Oi'KiUTlox. License was issued by the County little Waller Blunder, aon of Mr. Maggie greet their expected friends. Young peoClerk last week for S. K. Walker and NelSaunders, of Crab Orchard, ha been sufler- - ple are quite numerous now, and the result lie Mitchell to marry. ing with what waa supposed to be make I that there seem to lie an epidemic of Invitations for the hop to be given by bite on hi leg. The usual remedie provflirtation about to burst forth, tho results the young men of Danville on the first day ing unavallllng, and necrosis having set of which can not be estimated before an- of the fair were sent out in. Dr. llronaugh, Peyton, Carpenter and other year roll, round, when, if appearance Dr. S, Yerkes preached for Hev, E. M. Held, of Stanford, and 1'ettui, of Crab Or don't deceive, some fatal cases may have Green of tho First Presbyterian Church chard, perfoimed successfully Sunday the occurred. Let up hope that Cupid may yesterday, the latter gentleman being inLOCAL MATTERS. dilficult operation of taking out the large hurl his dart with eflett nt congenial disposed. by W. T. Inr.C11r.AM FnKEZEittcot bone of the lower Itft leg. Dr. Bronaugh hearts, and that happiness, not grief, may Mrs. Kalph Hemlngray and family, . flreen. thinks that a new bone will grow in place be the result. It has never been our good Mr. Tlioma Mathews and family, of CovWar- of the removed Fruit Jaiw of all kind at liruce, one, and that the boy will fortune to meet so many, and such very ington, and Miss Mamie Birch, of St. ren A Co.'. auflVr but little Inconvenience from it in af sgreeable married jieople a are here asLouis, are visiting Mr. Wm. Warren, at Cheap StfiAK, fruit jar and tin cana at ter year. sembled. The ladle are pretty, stylish, Warrenwood. W. II. Hlggina. A physician who and some of them beautiful, and all, withKoi.i.eh Skatino A meeting of the Boyle county repub.i.ii on SatMr. W. II. IIocKr.R ofler hit desirable ha invenlignted the matter, write to the out any single exception, agreeable. Th ey licans was held at the Court-hous- e Xcw York Star that roller skating practic- strive, a do the younger ones, to make the urday, and delegates appointed to the Conrealdcnce and lot for sale. time piss pleasantly, and they succeed gressional Convention to be held at Staned each day by young women will strengthJ. I. Doty haa received Ida commiaiion en, invigorato and beautify the leg, but if The older gentlemen have already estab- ford on the lGth of August. The delegate at 1. M. at llirhmond Junction. overdone the result 1 instead of well round- lished several standing gamos of euchre, were Instructed to cast tho vote of Boyle which i played on the broad verandah in county for W. O. lirsdlev. Tlir. Llvingaton Coal Company' coal ed, plump and pretty liuibj, a few week front of the Hotel proper, and their loud Samuel Cowan, colored, about a year can't be beat. Call on T. T. Davieas for lt. practice reduces them to "attenuated broomsticks." There waa some pretty severe and merry laughter makes the welkin ring ago presented an order on John Kickets for Tub Iluflalo Mllla U now prepared to do practice here laat winter, but our observ- when some lone hand is defeated, or a $4 or $5 signed by "Mac. Wallas." He all kind of cualom grinding in good order. ation, which are to an extant limited, do euchring hand picked up. Several ladies obtained $1 on the order and skipped out not bear out the above by a jug full. from Lancaster and Stanford graced the He was arrested and .ried this morning, TllRKK IIUMIRKI) THOUSAND IllUOK for I ait Friday night at and held to answer at the next term of the no "broomstick" in thi town floot of the ball-rooto Henry llaughman, Stan- There are ale. Apply if the court know what it i talking about, the full dres ball, and enjoyed themselves Circuit Court. Mr. I. Mac. Wallace, of ford. and we aro under the impression that it greatly. The ladles were noticed for their the Central National Bank, waa a witness, John Kowrey waa acquitted of the doe. grace and leauty of person and perfect and denied all knowledge of the order unmurder of John Lambon the ground of self h' our city fattier would have the enter dancing. The gentlemen were handsome til it was presented by Kickets about the defenae. prise lo open some much needed street and apparently agreeable, and danced tho time he let Cowan have the money. Mr. II. 0, Hui'LKY Inalata that you come and thereby give eligible locations for the round dance to great perfection. Your The Trustee of the town of Danville and nettle your account with him; he needa building of a number of greatly needed correspondent waa inclined to write them will not grant license to any one to sell the money. house here, our town would gtl a chance up in full, costumes and all, but wa un- wliUky, wine, ale or beer at retail, although Tug rain come in a bad leaaon for far-me- to grow. Hardly a vteek passes that we able to get their names in full from a resi they have the power at any time to do so. who wiah to thread their wheat and are not asked in regard to house for rent dent of Stanford, and presumed they pre They forbid any one to' sell the fluids and we have iuvarlably to answer that ferred not to be mentioned in any public named without license, and yet Samuel work their corn. people aro kept letter. Suffice ut lo say that their visit Earle, who says lie halls from Preachers-vill- e, FAHMKKsdcalring to lay in their winter there are none. Many wa fully appreciated by those at the who would oth Lincoln county, came into the Police of coal would do well to ace the from here on that account, aupply Springs, and hope they will come up each Court Friday and swore that he waa emerwise swell our population, and add to it proprietors of Lincoln Mllla. It will be value. There are several place that streets Friday night lo the ball, und oftcuer, too, ployed by the town authorities to induce money in their pocketa. could be opened that would be of advan- if agreeable to them. We will always give various parties in Danville to sell him There ia a young man In town who ac- tage, both to the town and to the property them a hearty welcome. The great feature liquor at retail. One person accuaed waa tually abed tear whenever hi aweelhvart'e owners; but we know of none better than of the week wa the opening of the Park fined $200, S100 for violating the law that name t mentioned. She U a ninny South- the one that ahould be built from a point Hill Track on Saturday Uat for a eerie of Earle says the town authorities hired him ern girl, and if thi ahould meet her eye, leaving Main street near Mr. J. W. Alcorn's races every Saturday during the season. to Induce them lo violate. the will know how deep tlio affection la. George Baker I the son of Tunler and thence through 8iulre Portmau's to Mr. Karris is manager and owner; Gen. the Lancaster pike. This would open up Hobiuson and Col. Welch, Judges, and Baker, a colored Christian preacher who AN Indiana firm I negotiating for the a large number of building 'lot, besides Maj. Lawrence, Secretary. On Saturday lives at Turnersville, Lincoln county. On Napier properly in the lower end of town, being an advantage to the public in sAving afternoon about five hundred people as- Saturday evening George was in Danville with a view of putting up a planing mill them three rteep hill to town, and crowing sembled there, including visitors to the and became a victim to what ia known aa on It, and a number of Canadian! are proa-peelithe railroad where there ia 110 danger from Spring. The large omnibuses were com- the "salt trick." George wa iu a crowd with a view of enlabllhing a furni- switching engines. We hope the Council pelled to make several trip for the accomwhere Bob Taylor had confederates. Bob ture factory at or near here. modation of all, who were well paid for passed, and in taking his handkerchief will investigate the matter. m their visit. The Grand Stand wa crowded from hi pocket, dropped a little sack, The Komeraet itywfrr aay that at a RELIGIOUS. to It utmost capacity, and many were un- which being examined, waa found to conmeeting of the atock holder of the J. II. Hishop Scott, senior ltlshop of tho M. able to secure seats, but saw the race from tain salt. The confederate emptied what Coal and Mining Co , of Helen-wool'emberton Friday. tho 'bus, carriage and buggic. When the seemed to be all the salt and put dust in Tenn , held In thi place for the K. Church died judge rang the bell for the horses to come it place. Then Bob came back and asked Uev. W. T. Tyree will begin a election of ofllcem, J. W. Weatherford of meeting at Hall Gap Church on up, six appeared for the first race, and after for hi salt-sacwhen some one denied elected President! J. H. Lincoln county 1th Saturday of this month, at night, two false starts, ut the tap of the drum, that It contained salt. Bob proposed a bet, Owaley, Dr. 1. W. Lo.an, T. J. Foster, the id time and after a time George wo Induced to bet were oil in gallaut style. Space K. 11. Noel will aasltt him. 0. II. Waddle and J.T. May, director! ltev. The editorial chair of the New Orleans will prevent a detailed acouunt, but the hi watch and one dollar that no salt was secretary. They 8. CKCundiff, to be a highway to tho racing was far beyond our expectation, in the sack. The sack was opeued, and in have adld within the last few day about 10 Advocalt teem re and three in number. Alio a fine display an Inner pocket silt waa found, and George In Lincoln county, and expect to sell bishopric, three of its editors, Keener, car and Parker, having been chosen to of trotting by the great Sirock, accompan- - lost hi property. All the partle were 100 car In Danville, lloyle county, about . I.t.-- ..I. I.. .... t fI U!... muve ;wui ut1 (hat oilice. natt I iril uy a racer si 111a ame. load to be delivered thi fall. Mil GrouriK I. llnmiiT I announced in tin isaue a a candidate for Magistrate in till precinct. The people of Mr. Bright', neighborhood, although they seldom hive occasion lo invoke the aid of the law. think and very justly too, that they are en titled to a Justice In their section, and a a very excellent man ha been induced to to make the race, we see no good reason why their claim ahould not be recognized. not ret the day for the execution. LETTER tROM CRAB ORCHARD here. Mr. Editor. I can onlr mention a few of a large number of ladiea who have ar rived, and whose beauty of person and sgreeabilily of conversation make conspicuous, hoping in my next to be able to write more fully than now. The Susses lieaumont. two beautiful blonde from Clarksvlile, Tenn., are here with their father and brother. Their wardrobe is very elaborate and beautiful, and they at tract much attention. Their father deals extensively with foreign countries in to bacco, and is a most agreeable gentleman. The two Mis Shelbys arc now here, and arc admired and loved by all, both old and young. Mis Stark, of Memphis, is also here; Is much admired, and is in company with Miss Kaily, of Lexington, the finest horse-bacrider at the Springs. Mis Uaily Is a niece of Mrs. Gen. Uobinson, and we iust could not cet along without her. Oh what a treasure is in store for some man t May she always be as happy as she now makes us. lint I must close. Ball next Friday night. Haces next Saturday J. F. L. at I o'clock. . Ciiaii OncitAKD SruiNW, July 17, 18S2. A Card. Having been solicited by my friends in different portions of Stanford precinct to become a candidate for Magistrtte, I wish to cay that I am not an aspirant for any office, but if elected Magistrate, will serve to the best of my ability. The interests of the people of Lincoln county are my interests. Respectfully, Gro. P. Bright. oo. PIANOS AND OEGANS JOHN CHUR.CII Sheet c3 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Hd:, Boob, ad all Kinds of Ifci.il H.r.hsii.1;, NO. 66 WEST FOURTH S I, CINCINNATI, O. ' Stanford, July 15th, 1882. Grand PIANOS, Square HAiNOS, and Upright PIANOS, In Rosewood, Satinwood, Mahogony, French Walnut and Ebonized Cases, in elegant designs to correspond with any style ol burmture. Worthy ol Praise. As a rule we do not recommend Patent Medl- Icines,biit when we know of one that really Is a public tienefietvr, and doc posltlrely cure, then we consider It our duty to Impart that Information to all. Electric Bluer are truly a most valuable medicine, and will surely cure Biliousness, Ferer and Ague, Stomach, Liter and Kidney fail. Complaints, eren where all other remMles We know whereof we speak, and can freely recommend them to all. Exchange. Sold at fifty cents a bottle, by fenny A. McAllsler. Elegant Parlor Organs, Chanel Organs, Church Organs, With ono Manual, with two Manuals and Pedals, containing the most tiful, powerful and useful combinations ever procured . in reed Instruments. AVo beau- PIANOS and ORGANS, AEtr AIVt:itTISK)lr'.TS. IV. Is a candidate fur the office of County Attorney of llocLcutio at August Election, 1832. Pennington haa twogood, A TITO strong teams and Is prepared to X He will work one ol hia do all klndaornaullug. 8t teams to powers II desired. Gire him a Job. I. WIIiJIOT HT? ill l ill O "" invite the public attention to our largo 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 larger quantities than any other houso in this city. The expense of our PIANO and ORGAN Department is far less than some houses doing exclusively n Piano and Organ trade. We have reached lower prices than have been tendered by any dealers market, and guarantee all instruments as represented. We sell on easy monthly or quarterly payments, and any instrument taken on trial, not proving aa represented, may We solicit correspondence with persons desirbe returned at our expense. ing to purchase, and tako pleasure in answering all inquiries. s JOHN CHURCH & CO. DESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE. I oUVr for sale my house, on the cottage order, with S rooms and a porch and about 8 acres of land attached, immediately on the Stanford X Huston-Tlll- e pike, Just aboie the Woolen Mills. On said lsnd there are some 70 selected fruit trees now bearing; neifr-fllln- g water and pleney of It, sli necessary and good stone spring-hou- se John S. Murphy baring lived here 5 or G yeara. says he never lived at a more pleasant place anywhere. W. II. llOfJII.U. C- I- m Stanford, Ky. GEO. D. WEAREN, STANFORD, LANCASTER and HUSTONVILLE, DEALUIl IN ' FOR SALE! to itomii.r. school desks t Oftnemost approved pattern, manufactured by A. II. Andrews, Chicago. In good order and chesp. Inquire at CurUtlan Church, Hustonvllle, or address J. II. DUM.AI", Danville, Ky. Grain, Wool, Orchard Grass and other Seeds, m:SIKAKMFABEII Desiring to go West I ofler to sell my beautiful little farm of 100 snd odd acres, well improved and abundance of stock water, snd In a hlgn state of cultivation, lying immediately on the turnpike Wetween Stanford and Lancaster, S miles Irom of Mantoid and S miles from Lancaster, and mile from (lilberts Creek Depot. t. iii.TiiKiiroKn,Ky. Ullberta Cieek, CENTRAL Hill KY. PAIR "F I bo held at Danville, oa AUGUST 1, 2, 3 AND 4. Fremiti iu List Is Large ami Liberal. Exearalon Train front fleorgttonii and Somerset oa ii, 3d and tth days, Wedaesday, Thars day and Friday. Muslcby Wolf Lexington, 57. td A -- A. 3R. I I 3MC S3PKI1TC3- I .A. I C3-- 1 - w.A.Gro:Brs, O 3XT I Frost's Celebrated llaad of For Catalogues address J. I.. UKUCK, Secretary. Notice of Incorporation. 1. J. J. Newlsud, W. r. King, Joliu Anderson, bliss Anderson, Win. M. Lackey, N. D. Lackey, J. II. l'arsous and W. 8. Bpoonauiore have associated themselves andbecomo an Incorporated company under the corporate name "The Mnilfurll The principal place of transacting the business of the company will be at Stanford, Ky. I. The general nature of the business oftbecom-psn- y will be the construction, operation and a macadamised or gravel turnpike road from a point within 3 wiles ofStaulord to 1'reach-ersvlll- e, " ' Ky , s- - " 3. Tneauiouatof capital stwk Is to be nut leu than 11,000 nor mote than 110,000, to be divided -- A.3ST3D Into shares off 4), to Us paid In Installments of SO per cent., the Orst to be pi Id August 31, W, auj JtCHiierM, NeU'.I.Iiii.errt, Stow ern, lriij-HaUethereafter. the residue every 30 data Sulky IMomm, DrlllR, Corii-l'lHiUtT4. The coriuraliou la to comiusuce July 30, I(s2, CiiltMutorn, IlarrouH, Corii-MielltTand continue fur tllty years from that date. i, hlraM-CuttvrrFreshen, 'lkrcnk- 9. Tbesil'ilrs of the corporation are lo be conillK MHCHIiU'H Hlltl KHKeHetf, ducted by live directors to I elected by the sbare-bolde-ra of the corporation. The Drat election of Manufacturers, Iu And other Implements aud Machinery. Wo buy exclusively from directors Is to be held at tho Cuurt-IIoulots, and consequently obtain tlie largest discount and direct, for cash, in car-loa- d Mauford.JulySI, IIWJ, and thereafter the dlrte Goods at Reasonable Prices lowest rates of freight. Our motto is t Iirat-oka- ? tors are to be annually elected on the first Halurdty the Best is always the Cheapest." Respectfully, In Julyufeueu year. 6. The coriurttlon cau subject Itself to no InBtanfoid, Ky. debtedness beyond Us assets. WILI.IAMH, GUl.r.lV T. l'rlvate property is to bs txempl Irom tori). IV. Is. WITIIEHN, Managers Uustonvllle Dei, Manager Lancaster Depot. OMI rat. debts. nuil I'rciuliemvllloTuruiillii) t'oiuim-n- y .' llwlllJTyy??rr, BT7GGIES Urala CARRIAGES, Hay GEO. D. WEAREN, & Scnu-MftM- fi I Snlcriorlounuil put my head could Tuesday Morning, -- July 18,1882 THE ARTISTS STORK Yet. vou Iiavo no doubt often won Put Arm ?! ! l. Ih MnVriMf.n"7. STATION)!. CtlitfST!AN.-Worf- hli li dered whv I never married. Sinco dT. Proarhlnthr Ir J. W. tVii .n. P.M. on Vn and Third Urd'nl.r.. Kundar Mchool tho story of you ask It, I will tell you IS. Joa. rwrrranr., orrintrnd.nt. (uw; in at t I.Tc ClMlnnll.., may uo you good, my curly inc. " flrorgttnwn ..... u II 10 H. M.Kl'. Hot. llV a to II M PnKMIYTi:illAN. SOUTH. -- at 0.t. John W. " ...... II H Wnllcr, fur I co you nro treading in Hchnnl Vlil it m lUiil.Hiiiwrlnt.mtcnt " MthnlMfilUi II M Union I'r.rrr M.. Union I trod, and mado mo the samo path " lllih mj low HI111 FWrdnrad.r nlihla. She Catped to Curglt. IMnIM... i in mean mi what I am a stem, moroso and solitud' Junction Cttr "Twenty years ngo, sweetheart." IMtMOl II 17 yester e-loving On a woodward Avenuo car man. Ah, Walter, there " Swn.rwt 3(,..A M. IN Aa Daphiio McCarthy spoke theso Main Nt., Stanford, Kj. " lVHnl llnrn.lTt.... 3SM STANFORD IMOi day a young man piirpnsoly droopod a MARBLE WORKS, is n folded leaf in my life n turn- words she looked ' Ko.kwml TKO'lf AM All into tho face of the " ("Minn Oily ..... A 40 greenback on the floor and at n proper Ml havo never read IXt down pago you man alio loved bo well, and tho dim I4P0T8T TANPOIll, KV., 10 Mi 9M ft .10 moment ho picked it up nnd observ JOHN DINWIDDIE.PRO'K, Atr. ClutUtWK. never oven dreamed of. .V. P.M. P pled nrm, whoso nearly whiteness and ed: 8, 0, WIKE, It has not been sj very long sinco beautiful-round- ed MilWT curves shown so bo- IN A (Mi ; l.c CtU ! "Who lost this dollar?" wliat I nm about to tell you happened; 7 SO 7 61 ia OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1870 " hpflnu Clljr. witchingly through tho soft, fleecy lloriWfkM MtitaiiN Every ono looked nt him nnd overy mir l ionM not long if measured by months and dress that the girl wore, clung moro " Point llurn.fcl.. I It 40 I '41 AM " enifr..,, Monument., mouth watered. JIS years, but sometimes sorrow causes trustingly than ever to that of Gcorgo Ilradilon... JWIr i 40 S31 "Did nny man drop this bill?" con- BOARD, 92.00 PER DAY. " Juntlton Oily... It time to go on by leaden wings; and it W.Simpson. Tho day was, indeed, a T.I.I.I., Ar. t 41 a io HI ' Ilnlll 4 11 Mill llrKUa... .. W.lW. Work an tinues tho young man ns ho held up a was so in my caso. " NtholMlil 4M 0( all kind. beautiful one n symphony of sound Special Accommodation to Commercial IS AM; AM corner. 7 ..I 4 Mi Utlnilten.....- I had worked hard all tho winter and light and scent. Up from tho open?" ttatlr Him-(plaTravelors. UmrgrOtwn ....-I 71 AH Thero wus nnotlier embarrassing "That's rao." and needed rest. So I packed my mnplo trees camo the sweet voice of Arr. an.lnn.ll . .... .l. T 04 101 7 49 "Woll. this ia me! I'm not purty, pause. Then a man reached out for it trunk, and locked my door, and went tho birds twittering to each other from AI.AIIAMA Baggage Transferred Free of Charge IIIKT miUTIIKHN. A M. i(n. amlr.ll. nnd I havn't been cultivated between with tho remark: into tho country to regain my strength, nowly-ma- do nialrafurnlik. ", oo nmid boughs that nests I.e. ClutttHv-- " hilled up or fertilized. '11 w "I dropped it, sir. You nro nn Ilhftve recently taken charge of this houso " All.ll. tl on arp'lfi-tloand mado sketches for now paintings. swayed to nnd fro in tho wind, and tho rows, nor " lllrmlniihtiil... .1 a io and honest man to return it." and intend to have I went down to tho little town of shook their latest buds into leaf and I ain't what you call stall-fe- d, a an " Tui(ului. ... Atr. Mffhltan ...... accommodations. "Aro you suroyou dropped it?" lew myself in tho blossom. From far below camo a tho old man looks twenty per cent, IJ and established Ltfk MmKII.ii" 4W "I am. I nm not a liar." hotel for awhilo, but finally induced a murmur of waves breaking softly on a worse than I do, but it won't take mo 10 Tuimt.Hwi.... 'stammered "But you seo you Mrtiitngli.m. Mr. Kandall, who owned tho pleasant shingly beach, and, mingling with this over n minuto to jam you seven feet II1M .. AlUlfci. 1W not far from town, to tako mo as murmur tho shouts nnd laughter of tho into tho ground! 1 told Lucy I was tho young mnn. farm I Ano Atr. ClntLi... :i going to begin on tho first man who "You givo mo that money or I'll a boarder. VICKSHUim ANIl HHMMAN fisher lads as thoy sported iu tho wa- looked cross-ey- ed otli-c- c nt me, ond you are wring your neck!" interupted tho It whs there I first met Daisy Kan- ters. The dim fragrance, and dappled !,?. XMMlM !iew " lM ns he reached nut for his victim. ii dall. She was all an artist could paint lights, nnd pleasant sounds made n tho chap. Preparo yourself tobo pul" ltfln. STANFORD. KY. I 4 It 1" verized The young man gnvo it up. Ho ' " J.k or a poet dream of. A perfect descrip- three-fo- ld M joy to Daphno aa sho stood Atr. Vkt.lntr ... ..... JAM "Beg pardon, but I didn't mean !" looked whito nnd green, nnd felt so She tion of her would bo impossible. beneath tho trees that June morning E. II. I3URNSIDE, - Propr. I... VklMijZ?r a so "Yes you did, Lucy, hold my hat bad over it that he soon dropped off was young very young almost n with her lover by her side. Sho stood " JMkmn ......... an whilo'I mob him!" " IH.Ft.lwi tliecir nnd took to tho icy walk. 7 child in sizo nnd age. Willowy of on a part of tho slope whenco the trees " II M This Old and Woll - Known Arr. fVnt .. . hold on say!" Free Press. "Say Detroit form, with indescribable grace in overy had drawn back a little, and the light NwMUn I Hotol Still Maintains its Ho took up the'middlo of the street movement and gesture, complexion fell about her just beyond the verge of VICKSUUIMI, HIIIIKVKPillir ANIl PAllfir, A look into a girl's room will givo High Reputation, fair as a lily, large, dark blue eyes the water. Hound her feet were dead like n runaway horse, and tho young ono nn idea of what kind of a woman ill act !.. VklMxinr. .................. AND " lh and long golden curls. Her faco was leaves and living flowers, and soft, mau after him, but it was of no use. alio will probably become. A girl who Its Proprietor is Determined that Arr. Monrer . gain After a raco of a block the man perfect euojgh to servo as a model for green mosses tull of the sweet keeps her clothes hung up neatly, it Shall be Second to no Country Lt. lnr.... rain a sculptor; nnd in each velvety check that had fallen the provious night. cd so fast that the other stopped short whoso room is always clean, will be W IMt Hotel in the State in its Fare, Arr. VkWtar 2 40 nnd went back to his girl and his coat. which seemed fit hiding had dimples, Appointments, or AttenWith one hand she shaded her eyes, Stretching out his hand to the inno- very apt to make a good wife and a JOHN fcCOTT, V. P. .ml U.n. Mm. Cln 8m. tion to Comfort of places for the goddess of lovo. tho other wns uplifted to bend back a Il'jr, (InHriBtll, Olil It P. WMJ-Osuccessful woman- - Order and neat it. P. and their Quests. JIUOWX'H lltO.V IlITrnilH nro cent maiden he remarked. Time passed on; and before I was branch which had barred tho P. A. (In tVm ll'r, (1mmII, (Is II. COI.U open IIIIAN. (I. P. A. A. II. H. IPjr. CMll.Mxct.TMin.; n crrtaltt um nr nil "Lucy, clasp on to that, and if you ness are essential to comfort nt well as lUtKiKC "III conscious of what I was doing I had to aid from th.d.p.t J. UAIIIIV, (I P. A V. A M. IPj, WtUhunr, space. Her hair was blown in a brown lot A girl who lfOtM.d miiilrltiK n oiniilrto tonic; MIm.: JOH K. JIHll'lltMO. P A. V H. A P. go for tho next two hours, oven to that of others about in. wo'rTlier love. But I in return loved frff offh.ru.. Sptrlal arrnmModatlaaa to cbml about her face, and the hazel throws down her things anywhere will Il'jr, Jlwin, 1.3. lo Comair rrlal Traieler.. The liar will b her truly and devotedly, notwithstand- eyes shown with a wistful look beneath wipo your nose, I'll never call you by do things in n slovenly, careless way. IVxrrn, Wiuit of Aiiclllc, alttat. ..prill. d with th rUolrrft brand, .n.lqaor. and (Iran. tho sacred name of wife." ing tho differenco in our age sho was tho shading hand. Ik4 of KtrrtiKtli, Utclf if KticrRj',A girl who does not niake her bed untwenty-eig- ht. sixteen and I was At CONDENSED TIME. etc Mnrlclics Hk IiIimmI, mitmuiIiRhyming Table of Presidents. Standing in the center of the littlo til after dinner nnd sheshouldalways CtW III!) llltlHL'IOM, nnd kIvoh mow last the time came, all too soon, to dell into which the girl was looking I noticed a week or two ago, in your mako it herself, not to have a servant llfb to llio tiptrcs. Actii liko a return, home. I told Daisy good-b- y was tho stately marble shaft around interesting column of communications, do it and throws her dress or bonnet LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE clinrin on llio (llit.tlvo iirKiuiM, in our favorito dell, where wc first whose base rciii(iliiK nil (I)km'IiIIc nyiniiloms tho violet nnd pansies wero an inquiry concerning a rhyming list down on a chair, will mako n poor met. micli nn tnillnj- - llio I'ikmI, llrlolilnt;, clustering, nnd showing by their pres- of tho Presidents of tho United States. wife in nine cases If nil SuerfUloti lo llaiighetly A llolmo, iiAiMco.ii mm:. "lj will come in October and tako ence that loving hands had placed I had a recollection ot having clipped tho world could seeout of n ten. keeps Jlcnt In llio Sloumcli, llrarlliiirn, how girl you away with me. Would you liko them there. For an instant Daphno several such lists from papers, and her dressing-roorlc Tlio only Iron rti'iinrntloii many unhappy STAXI'OKI. - - KKNTUCKY, TKAIN.i (.OINfi NOUT1I. lliul will not lilucLcn llio tci'tli or to live in iNow York, little one; looked them up. The tersest, and would ba avoided. Always did not speak, but the tears Mun. rl k'lio licnilnc lie. Hdlil lijr nil Diuk-kUi- n llillll F, IMf. "Oh, so very, very much! And trickled down her cheeks told nil that therefore the easiest and most useful marriages MiMriCTU.nrj or be as tidy about your person and your too nt $1.)() n iHittlc. A 00 a in Lv. Ulrliiiieo.1 .. you will surely come in October, plainly of tho grief that was racking for memorizing, is tho cuclosed, which room as it nil your friends could al AM imowN ciii:Mir.i. ro. ' IjMa.l.r dear?" " t.ltlnc.lsn.... 7 10 Ittilllinorv, .Mil. her young breast. Finally sho turned your correspondent Hudson may liko ways see you. Get into tho habit of Fine Carriages, Buggies, Crib Or.har.l an t "Surely, darling. You will write to to George, and, smiling through tuv t.t r rib (n . ... ..... M. r.i.t.q (Vt 9 10 " 8l.nlt.l her to seo : order and neatness, and it will como .!, It... ..fWf rao when I am gone?" " Mi.IIit Cllj ..... IU "' The American Presidential line BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. tears, placed her head confidingly on easy in lifo nftcrwards. ' Hin.nioJuiwtl.il...... 1M She promised gladly, aud I in turn his shoulder " MltrhriLburi Began in seventeen eighty-nin- e. io as seemed perfectly and " Lrawi vowed to remain faithful aud answer Tun Camki. and the Necdlk's II w By Washington was tho list begun, content. " N.w 1U It 10 I. M Eye. Tho passage from tho Now Tespromptly. Arr. Jntin.,. It 41 "It is, not strange, darling," she Who ruled two terms, then Adams tament, "It is easier forn camel," etc., " CImHbmII JrnwMwi.. t ia "If I send for you, Will, dear, you said, "that I can never look on the one; " ImiImIM i lias perplexed many good men, who will ccmo quickly, for that strange Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, grave of my mother that mother have really read it literally. TIIAIS8 OOI.VO MIUTII. feeling has corns back, and I am so Sat for two terras each; so whom neversaw, nnd who yielded up In Oriental cities there aro in tho frightened! Promise mo. Will, to her I lifo when was Hi. Mi. Quincy Adams came for ono, Jl.ch i.T?iir young born, without I come." While Jackson through two terms large gates small and very low apertit. aseusoof bitter grief and desolation? IXm "needle's tures, called metaphorically I did so readily, nnd tho next even- Twenty years ago 8YMPTOMS OF A t W II !.. blhfd.. sweetheart, did run; " Cr.kUrth.rtl 3 at eyes," ju?t ns wo talk of windows on ing found mo at homo. Arr. MilHKiten ...... Harrison died nnd left four years 4I sho died, It is a long time, dear, is it AND S0 l.t. I.anra.t.r It is useless to linger over tho story. Ijois of Appetite, liowcl. coatlre, J'aln In For Tyler; one term Polk appears; ship board as "bull's eyes" Theso girl smiled. Arr. ltlehHMMKl. tbo Head, with a dull actuation In tha I wrote every- few days, and was self- not? and again tho replied George, When Taylor died nnd IclKhrce entrances uro too narrow for a camel baolc part. I'am under the Uboulilir "Yes, my pet," to pass through them in the ordinary ishly happy, until one evening my "Goldsmith Maid blade, fullne.a ntier ratine, with a PULLMAN PALACE CARS was a colt then," years to exertion of body or manner, or even if londed. When a WAGONS OF ALL KINDS. father called mo into his study and and, bending down his For Filmore; ono term next for Irritability of temper. Low aplrita,mind. with shapely head ToMrarhla.Uttl Uf, MhMIo, Meolgowfrr, loaded camel has to pass through oue told mo iu plain English that my enfeollne of liarliiR neglected aomodutr, We manufacture t'lrrUiiM of all ilcpwrlplloui. Pierce ami Smw flrlmna. shoe-bru- sh with its coronal of Weatlneaa, Uiiune.a, Fluttering at tha hair, he kneels down, its nuplorloir onlr flrit-cl- a ami uifnf Kiulftranla loTeiM Iit thHrtttolreof lwortHit: worktueu of these entrances, it gagement with Daisy must end; that kissed tho littlo rosebud Heart, I)oU beloro tha erci. Yellow Bktn, And for Buchanan; Lincoln then u mouth. Then, material, ani aril at rraaonaMe only ia .Mu.Lir via .New UrMrra Tliuc wuth orer tha rlRht I was to marry Jliss Germaiie Cour- - pressing the lithe form closely to him, qulrktraikl ratw Utwtr than hj any olhtf Jteadaoho generally Ctrut dream., blahly Wns shot as his second term began, load is removed, and then it shuffles figure atrip, workniaD.ti.pan.t Material fniM-m- l. lteatleaanoaj. with IrAUHIII.KTY A IIYIU:. rouir. liuaiMibtt Ill sey, tno only uaugoier o: a weauiiy lie spoke with cotorod Urine, and And Johnion sat until came Grant through on its knees. a grave tenderness that "Yesterday," writes Lady DuflTGor-do- n bauker my father's friend or bo showed how CONSTIPATION. QUICKEST, CHEAPEST AND BEST For two terms; Hayes for one; aud much his words meant of from Cairo, "I saw a camel go disinherited forever, For. awhilo I Ttrrrsi'II.I.Snrtr.rrlally adapted to lloulotoallpoinl. In MiMuiirl, K.mu, llllnnli. a subject that was very near to his scant audi rn.ra.unn do. enirtaauclin chanca was determined not to give up Daisy, Indiana. Isa, N.bra.ka, CoUradu ArkaBuu. Four months for Garfield, who was through tho eye of a needle, that is, Onlr utrli.Bj to( hlraga, M Uuli and Iji.I. nt frellns na to n.lmil.li tlin autTerer. tha tho low, arched door of an enclosure. But bis wa tho young heart: They come what might, A..ll(raand nuM killed, Porfiittli.rlnf.rm.llan aliout ttciala to (lie1 tMidy atnrmuutit.tli I'lr.U, I' i. It. ..itrni I. "But though your mother bo dead, Ink.Houth, K.bmi. CoWrad., an stronger will, and I yielded at last. T.Milr Artlun (41 tha Irut rata. Io nmrLlirri.tlrajunItt llrsiilnr H(Mil at. pro And Arthur tho vacant office filled He must kneel, nnd bow his head, to Daphne," he said, "you havo still my Florida, add m. I'. I. A 'I )!(!( C IHsrllr 3TK . l creep through; and thus must the rich That night, at a ball, I asked Miss love to Uuctd. Itice --. c. .U. aa Jluriar tt.. S. V. (en. Pa... and Tkk.t Alt., Iularil', Kj New York Mail. comfort and uphold you. And OrK J Aniliunr, A(l flanfcrd. Kjr. man humble himself." Uoursey to become my wife. There A Disausted Darker. all was said can you not speak now, darling, here were no.tears, no blushes HAIR DYE. beside that mother's crave, tho words On her wedding day, nn Indiana "Is dis do place wham man ken git e in a quiet and fashionable to a THE NEW ROUTE EAST, (laY IlnnoB WiiliKL. rhiniMl Drr. lllmr that will make me" happy for life ? a divorce asked a colored gentleman girl wrote something, scaled it in nn manner. Altwould wed her for her Will you not promise me IIlack by a una .prli al'onotlLu that when of the old school, entering a lawyer's envelope, and gave it to nn intimate paru a natural color, aria ItutantauMjualy Hold wealth; sho would marry me for my Ly Drucglata, tir ant by eiprna on receipt of II. the autumn comes you will crown ray office. friend. "If I am alive six months nt'RKAV m, position. eirrirr. 33 aiacn .t t.i..iu ar.w tork. lifo with the halo of your love and befrom now," she said, "give this back "Yes, sir; walk right in." (Br. Ttrra .uia. miU4 ratat.t.u ,.v As I stooped to press the kiss of be- come M reUiaUM.J i.u to me uuopened. If I am dead, then my wife?" "Thankee, sab. I waut a divorce trothal on her polished forehead the THE DISEASES OF tho half For a moment the girl was silent, from d,e meanest black 'orann dat cber read it." On tho day that faco of my lost darling came before lookin? down and twininc? nervouslv wore a hankercher on her head!" year expired, the brido committed inc., .That night my dreams wero CHESAPEAKE UND BY.' fingers the tendril of a rose "What grounds have you for a di- suicide, and the enclosure was found haunted by a pair of sad, blue eyes around her to bo a statement that sho expected no a bank ot vorce?" that she had plucked irora TiY APIIkfltlASn iiuii'i scorned to tell me of a life wreckthat '" Till: 0.M.Y LINK Ul'XM.VCJ &!?A the scarlet beauties that blossomed "I'so gola field full ob grounds sail." enjoyment from tho marriage, but was ed; of a life from which the sunshine J vV. tn i an d BM.Id gn..V.. rit near the grave. ati't I rt,t. licit llu "Well, what has sho done lately?" willing to givo it a trial before decidrrcrrliil""na frco & had departed forever. But I hastily . HTOKACII Addr "Will you marry me, Daphne?" "She hit me wid a skillet, sold my ing to take her own life. put such thoughts from me, and tried asked George again. THE PUBLISHER, Be 2J4, MiU.uV.., Wii. britches, pizened my dog, au' conjured to think only of my promised bride. "Promiso me. Ethelbert," she said Stili no answer. do well till do water ain't fttten ter The next day I wrote to Daisy, tellas she fastened a rose in his buttonPullman Sleeping Coaches ! "I can not bear this silenco, sweet drink. Dam's grounds enough." ing her 1 was to bo married on tho 7th lie , i il hole, you will wear this roso m RELIABLE SELF-CURindeed I can not," exclaimed nn in ul .r.,i "How long havo you been married?" untii "that li" nit. Tawas heart, of October the very day which Htuni-it withers and dies." li It hi hui li Mill m - it iu the young man, his pallid face betok A faforitft irrrr(ntlAn of Ana of tbfl " Ain't married a tall. Do 'oman From. LOUISVILLE .! 4l U'Llgll, n ftl, f to have found me at her side. God Mortal Ut In tha U.ti. tooat notd and uccriul "I will indeed," wns the cheerful It from which he is my aunt, salt. Can't git no divorce ilcal! nt MlUtiW '. Invttfor-- i IPbtUttf. jtrw rtlrrdi for thartiroof .Vrrroti ittiwy. Hut forgive me, for I killed her Two ening the tense agony reply. "I will wear this rose if I ftl k Hi lvbl, I JIMII' k !... uutt Ifliwl'Ur t0Bt yt ttt hood ltMiVa aud suffered. "You must end this compi yer say? Is do law gwintcr let dat don't th. i uittlr-rrit- r valopvr ln)(UUi cji &U tU days, later I received a telegram from To WASHINGTON, to laJD taalMl vuWARD wear nny thing else." Somehow of Hi jliuu, unit .oil) ircut-ri.ibuspense in somo way. Toll me oman stay in de house an' make mis& CO., Loiiialau, Ma. Addrau DR. Mr. Kandall. It read simply: Mir.rT n i tltu .:Ui aj. cilia they both blushed and went their re truly, Daphne, do you lovo me?" RtulaKH ur ery outeu my life? Jis mark my spectivo ways TillttJUOlI T1IK "Daisy is dead. Come immediate-ly.- " Now Haven Register. kill VfflJ Placing her arms about his neck, namo ofeu do tax list, please. . K" i Grandest Scenery in America! Wti-- t looking into his face with eyes Wouldn't voto fur dis country fur no Ut 111.4. KLln naj mad man I rushed from the and having, in answer to his .rliic Liko u A husband )Un. rrMttrrk-Mlltrblllli. lMlcrf( lraBl from which the glad light of lovo was man's money. Good day, sah." Connecting direct In Penn. Hrpat fur UmLNi-Mwife's repeated request, cutoffhis whisMfnliUUU t house, in a few minutes boarded the Mtrrnrlitl ,ert AlTrrlIH IrraleJ I'lRrirbi, to him LR. B. I uh .) ir. rM4i. kers and gone home to surpriso her, train, nnd was Boon on my way to streaming, Daphuo said blood: iu Arknnsaw Traveler. uiltr rilthf Mh atUM. 1 f tba dWatrUtl lr ilm bi t bt i Mail. tones that thrilled his very Ballimore,Philadelphia&N. Y. tnm Klr kH14 m4 IWlr MrMtv B . Like one iu a dream I left the wns met by her in the hall nnd over yaii- nr An ex A Gooo SuaoEsTios. M4WrMt4UlaUtklr4lulkcis l(.alalr. "I should gasp to gurgle." IMC. 1IHTT. AdJrcM, Bttitiwftand hastened out to the little IU X. Nik M, i. UuU, . THE MOST 1IESIKAULK I'.OUTK TO change makes this suggestion for busi whelmed with hugs und kisses. After The Only Direct Line to EMrAIILIallKIMDKUllllltIV HUItti. Thoro town toward the farmhouse. Toward the close of his last Sun ucs men: "In all towns where a letting him go she took a long look at Virginia nnd ihv C'nroIiiiiiH. HARRIS REMEDY C0..H'&lCl1u and stand- day 's sermon Mr. Beechersaid: "When Snewtnaner is published, every business him and exclaimed: "On, horrors! isit was crape at tho door-be- ll, (( ' U fr..1. at." ' . TTiaataalr r ing in the hall was Mr. Randall, who people usk me it I believe that heaven man ought to advertise in H, even it you?" Proceedings for divorce have And decldwlly the Popular Uoule, anurdlng, a. It .. Ticket, are oil aale at tlnl.l Tiikel OlStea, RHHOt 'asm rnut.liAnliispASIiUt 9Um nVr doca, leaachaueiaud iujerlvr accouiiuod. liana to ami at thedencral dllire ot(he I'. A (). Hallway, silently opened the parlor door and is a locality or a place fenced in from it is nothing more than a card slating been begun. i4 tHhvrt) n twul aitol I'klftlrftI ItaLll. at a III H'cnI Jlnhl Slrccl, l.niiUtllle. beckoned mo iu. Then standing tnU4M his name and kind of business ho is enull trespasser.), I reply in the negative Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, Mr. Willoughby, a methodist preachM4r ttwaMatiaaeM, For futtlier Infonuallon, add'eu J C. E11NST, llf aoj 4 art rr4. mo, with our darling cold and Heaven is as boundless as the universe gaged in. It helps sustain a paper er nt Bnnipton, Out., is being tried by TbeNorlli, Notlhwctiud Weat. Iu fact, If you (iencral rjouthwc.trru Ant, IjjuI.iIII... iuiiiv..iM a i iu.ii.1 ,!), at, i . nr. .fcl ...iu. . dead between us, he broko the awful If you ask me if I think there is u hell aud lets tho peoplo out at u distanco the conference for having kissed a rou ten Ida tea trip In an. dlmtlon, your lutere.l ii.lMl...r.fM.aiiai (I..III.. l.lr. I.... i., II, H..I ., M, uu J,,,,,,,,. ii. w. Paw'r jour ticket, via V. Ueti'l Manager, stillness. from which know that tho town is full of business young lady. Matters nro coming to a will lie butwrvtd by urrka.lD(racb way 2; Pullthat is, a locality or pit (Icn'l I4M Ull .1Mb. .11 HMO. .1 t.f M. HMl M ..lUMlJa. K. C. and Cincinnati. JTr.lm As'i. "She received you letter on Tues- uo inmate can escajw I once moro men. Tho paper finds its way into pretty pass when a preacher can't even man Palace i at.; Klrgant Hew Iar Coacbea, and h.iidMiucly furuLlKiii llecllulni; tbalr (Jara lorui hand-bill- s day. Sho had been expecting one for make a negative reply. Do I believe thousands of places whero kins a girl without being tried. If the uoeiualI euli.iu.nla of tbt. Old Kellalile, trip ooer sonio time, and when it was brought there is uo punishment beyond this cauuot reach. A card in tho paper is thisslato of affairs continues churches thereby uukluga plraiure. thla line one ol luiu-rloIf you want a strictly First-Clas- s Try II. comfort and Buggy or she came ruuning into tho study with earth life? I say thero is no place of n traveling aud can be seen will havo to be permanently closed. TIME TAuLE. IN CFFCOT MAV II, 1113. tho letter placed close to her heart, endless torment; but I do think there by every one. Thiuk of theso things Phaeton at Reasonable Prices, call on or B7 fraying joyfully; 'It has come, pap Vu.i. Jo. (i. f No. i "A fellow feeling makea us wonSouth. must be a certain form or degree of nnd let your light shine. Vk XMilU Will has writteu nt last I' She kissed punishment that will extend for a drous kind," sail id said. That deBaal B 00 am 2 45 p lut SSOlitu Corlniitoii 1. ataETV afa address A gentleman admires a charming pends upon what tho fellow is ieeliug I.th. Faliuoutli. ti 41 a u I W ui, 7 40piu, fM uSmfi)C " tho page ere she read it. She was limit into eternity. This punishment M 10 M a ui S il IU " Cyntblana womau over whoso heads the swarms standing by tho wiudow and I was will lie the rotuorso for siu committed. tor. If he ia niter the match box in ' Parla. 11 W a in 0 Wl p iu). locusts havo passed of sovonteen-ye- ar 12 IS ! iu 7 00 p iu Co., liltutou.. tho dark und it is out of place, won- Arr. Islington .... I 30 busy writing, and eo poutinued my Wo shall bo a great whilo in the other 7 SO p m Lte. least thrice. Glas- Arr. Wlncheater... I 24 p u 8 30 p iu work. I knew sho would tell mo all. life betoro we ceaso to bo sorry for the at drous kind isn't it happy hit. "But, l8ay,"saya One of liisfrieimN, gow Times. Ml Sterlltiat J IU l IU 8 50 li w 8 & 0 Public Landing, Cinonnati, for bhe clung to me closely after her misdeeds of our earthly career, but ulAthland.. .... 7 0 li u pi SI a ui HetJil forrat.lccuc "slto's very charming, I know, still IM.lt 8 Of) i in I 10 a lul HuullmUw mother died, and we loved cacti other timately peuco aud happiness will you must admit that she is wrinkled." A county superintendent of instruc jJbTS; No. I. No. 6, S'oKllt. well. Suddeuly she became white as como to tho souls of all." Now York "Wrinkledl" echoes the chivalrous tion in imnunu mis uuenciiugni suinng Lte. lIuiitluiEton.- - 6 SO a ui 1 Ma ui A en mil nation of Pro nnow, and called your name iu a shrill Star. lover. "No, sir! Thero may bo the advance copioaof tho questions prepar 4 a iu tojtUUitf iron, JV ruvinn 7 OS a ui tmmZ " Aihland whisper. I knew what it meant that Burling... II M a iu 5 Statu wJit. ot "m & m m m m m w tmi m -i itarhtinu ivnMjntvrnmI fttn ' WIw.LmIw . It 10 p ui 0 II a ui Tito Albany Anjus says: "To tho indelible impression ol a smilo upon ed monthly for the examination uieifcitw form, white faco sho bad had several atJWm. ..... i ia p iu 7 oOa io uvrrtm ration of (run her faco here uud thero but that is nil!" teachers by tho 6tnto Hoard. Arr. tacks before. Before I could tuve her democratic party is committed tho that trill fiwtt Utichrn ttt 'I 00 p iu 7 SO a iu Ltd. lilniton.-.- .. trrthtiH chnroctrrUtlevf " Parla. sho fell heavily to tho floor. When I duty ot ucling with its voters as tho No Culm Foil Conhumitio.v. Tiiere lit i M p iu 8 a iu Mra. Kacliael Marlln, of Troy, N. Y , urtrrtrvn prriHtnttmtiM Cyuthtana..... a so p u tf UO a m raised her sho was quite dead. I did allies, and with its organization us tho write: "I have beta a widow eighteen no euro fur cunnumiti(in, whether of tie " Falmoutb 4 40 p iu 10 uo a iu C M a in U4 Uli lUKIkU i llu IlMi lti u,v iirir..ie ami In an eint itiiutj.iY Sii.l Ml S It a bowel, or kidneye; yet the patient Arr. CIiiitou. ... 0 IS p iu 11 41 a in ewaui r ! "iia auiuiutr iu vyu inartsuiii iu im, iiahtkh iUiXclJIcIiic uVf li not know did not even suspect the vchiclo, of those who, holding tho bal- ream. From overwork and the carta of a liinK', (parcel to Ionic year f life, and aimaniiu In l' &ti ch 1 i Ntn 3 It irar u riuui" ii.!iaA .ui.). lU'iY 'Jttxt (ti yearn teen may be kuuiu wuutirrnil Lurva. laruu family, I Lave for man daa lti tuy iumiis. it irM.tslcoii Milmi i iuu ukk-- j iiiisierrn MAY VILLI; DIVIH10K whole until I read you letter. I have ance of power in these Slates, aro is. havu yuldcil t'tlil3KrrataiUucuuipar t tnmtui i ailliatlaw I'a'H- .1 K'iu" i.f tur pains and aevere in- - the fatal trrnilnation kept from approachalliiii! with rheumatic 1 nn Kiribvlilni.rvrimirtfluaiiy Iruu mxiiarfttiuu made. Iu fail, audi a c.inmjuuJ tiMrremtHly leliwlou n iiui. Arr. Ma III.. aliin shall givo dlgeation. Oila and lininieiila only eaaeri ing, If ilruwn'a Iron Ititterw are iied. Thin No. ULt. Mi tnat tho spoils system Item' fearing her death for somo time, uc 'u ,tuUfcViSIM WAH.I4, No. It Ml), ILUTa.u' Juun Tohk fi a urct SiJly lu. rr lr IIK IWI. ral Ueotlaiii. " Itliiztoa a attim Wa.ii Avtnui " Miy.vlll. U IOjiu uud do not know but it might have way to business government auu civn inr paint. I took many reuiedlea inter- - medicine, utteiiKthenii tho weukeneil parte, No. IS Parla 0 SO a ui. lilt No. It " JLy.tlll. 13'iil " Patl.3, Ui.7ui Jifllvi'MrufurlutftithloiMTX SBSSSSSimSmSSmSSSKSBKCKKfSlWtUtKt reform." Thero aro a great nail, hoping to find nernianent relief. rctore to healthy notion the impaired ocQUrrod ovou if that fatal letter had servico nut unit healthful tun to) all deoay nnd wii.tinj; oryumamtl the never coiuu. But you killed Iter, Will many respectable voters who will wait My next neighbor. Mm. l'errr, told mo to functions, and ton aile(ed. It I the beat Train. Ns. 1 and run dally; all olben dally pf organ try Drown Iron liitlera, and that twrwu $HmteM,imikhifi ye, killed her by your treaahery to seo how the democratic party deals eurrd her of dyipetMia, lrrvularllieuit had away the ineiliotne ever Invcntrd, and M4 Sunday. &llal Kate lo Huilarantt. Fur It aftttiitt Ut Uenerutt ota. and cruolty. She might have lived witli Boss Kelly and Tammany in the 1 did no, and havo not aiiUertxl an aalie or thuu.and of Urine witiitwe Bland ready csuttetltoii., A , uU oil ar aJdreia tttt rrtrittn vf YIU a. i, aivii'iv Ah i ukuib, A for yearn if you only had remained coming canvass before they will lUnrr ami lmtntUnetJ iitin ainca utinj; the fjrtt bottle, nor Itaa to nltirm the truth of thl aaaertion UIIAU. l imow. O.P.XT: A. BYTKE DR. HARTGR MEDICINE G0..213 N, MAIN ST., ST. LOUIS. MANUFACTURED hottle will convince you of It merit. trial tho assertion. liidlxc.tlon troubled nie." truo."" it i. iii.LiiBun,iieii'iauaK.r, (13-1(ellow-passcngcr- ans I could only down on her beautiful believo, curling hair and weep as, man has never wept before or since. I went to tho funeral, saw thogravo closo over my lieatitiful darling, and then returned to my saddened home. Tho 7th of October came, but I did not marry. And I took up again tho old life, only it was nioro lonely, raoro fivlorn, yet cheered by the thought mm incro is no marriage; mm xjmay has forgiven nil, and is waiting for mo. not answer. A I . A couplo left the train at tho union depot and walked npJfrfforaonRvefiuo yesterday, says mo JJetrolt Free J'rent. She had long curls nnd a pink dress nnd a yellow aash, nnd ho had a standing collar sawing his cars off, a button hofo liouquet, and n pair of now boots, freshly greased, and ono sho toosmall. They hadn't walked two blocks when they camo to a man aitting on a box in front of a atore, nnd m be caught sight ol them n grin crept over his faco liko molasses spread out on a shingle. "Grinning nl us, I spose?" queried tho young man, as ho camo to a halt. "Vcs,,v frankly replied tho sitter. "Tickles you most to death to see us tako hold of hands, dont it?" "It does." "And you imngino you ace us feed ing each other caramels, can t your "I can." "And you ahako all over nt tho way wo gawk around nnd keep our mouths Ntwlf Married Couplt. You may havo seen a passengor on a JIOUKH! street car nt a timo when somo one Jttmroiin Htmtn nicked a thocttshionsor n dollar bill from tho straw nnd anx- LANCASTER, KENTUCKY iously inquired for nn owner. At such timo every man instantly fcela into his JOHN T. IIKMIINS, ritOPIHKTult. Kvcry man fcela liko saying pockcta. is tho lucky party, but an inward no A I IHST - CLASS HOTEL voico somehow restrains him, and ho ol the puttie The plron remembers that ueorgo Washington In e.rry could not tell n lio. The monoy is in- eolltHed. Mil .allifattl.n (uaunteeJ. variably pocketed by tho finder, and ho ia set down in tho opinions of his oontompliiiio and The Embnrratud Passenger, JllGaiNN Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific chuiicr niRKCTonr. ph. nprriioiiiHT.Hotmi-itKy.- J. fVr.lfnuif fry Hund.r morning tml ntht. Hund.r School Th Hurrrlnt.ndrnt. Wom.n't Mlnlan.rj Aocl.fr tnr.1. h.ro on tha IU Sund.f In ra.h month, at a o'clock. Mr.. T. T. UatlrM, Ptr.ld.nt. it.rTTc J. M. BAPTINT. 1UT. Poiitthllatim, Pa.tm .0.1 Hunda... mnrnlnt and Milling .t.rr Wrdnmnltr an.f. nlht, PrtT.r noon. Hund.r Kchonlat J0 A. M. II, K. Harrow Oil iwrlnt.nd.nl. Railway. rr III3Vtl32 In efleal Jim M, IftM. .l00 rr;.rMf.llnThwrL nlinl. A. u. J. H. MIm., iTI lor. bi, Tl 7VI3BIX.13I3I CINCINNATI (tOtintllltN IMVI8KW. ST.ASAPHHOTEL lil"lw. H'l-if- . Htl.-facti- I '' o. first-cla- ss I MYERS HOTEL, IRON "I . . H8H BITTERS (IIm-ohc- h ; 1 Daugherty&Hyde m, b- . I ...... TUTT'S to-d- ii.iiii..... .... ...i PILLS dlaln-ellnatl- PHAETONS, TORPID LIVER. - - A fint-tU- tr: I HOSliTEK .-- . a- ' nnd-dew- TUTT'S -- (!. WASHINGTON! 01 PfST.ur'1 SOLID TBAINS, rD .'.I-'.'.! i ' Hi- ' mrf FREE! B. i , 1 ter-ribl- o m i is, Itt i , '". ' - Um 1 11 I CI1VCINNATI! . -- m o mssfaizSfc "."""i (UmMMJ u. sign-boar- 1 . I -- . 111 Ashbrook, Tucker & 1 11 . .... 'y'2iy?Yn j j' jrrrm aJm m WJPfLm mw. Tf"MPMj5;lmZm wjj0u 1 4 I Ui-tf u:NV , (f(ti a o 14 U Id