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Semi-weekly interior journal: July 21, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882072101_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 21, 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. VOLUME 8Mt;: paili Mefiof ImtfitaL X.-NUMBER BIO. Convict Chmllant. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JULY SI, Speculating on 1882. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER G2. W. P. T. WALTON, - - Eilitor anil Proprietor ft. WALTON, - . - . Business Manager I'utillnlirit Ttirmlnu mut lYIilaWt h ff NU.no DEMOCRATIC lIJll J. T. K. ANNUM, A. U Itiomiin. T. J. STATC AND COUNTY TICKET, KiiHHurnxioKjuiHiK-Mi- Van ArrRLLATKCiMK-CiP- Ilnr. W. Ilmiw. lYnCotiKtr Jbikik-Koi OMIWTT Attmwht l. It. rriHTm. Unix. I'm UMinrtr Cmmc-Jo- ns I'nn AnitwoB J. II. HdcKM. It. Nkwmkd. JilDm-- T. Inn HRVKtit-- r. II, llowinri. Vo Cto.oNKa W. J. piiMiikxtr. KoCoMiTiaLR(STliraiiiiriiMiii) TuLukut It MlHTIK. Hare Noticed. Tlint kx)1o who wear tho belt clulh-iiifr do not always wear tho boat. That pcoplo who ltoaat that they nl- ways apeak what thoy think, Imvo soino nighty mean thoughts. That the man who ixTsiatcnlly nctr- lecU to livo within hm incotuo will ono day bo trying to livo without it. That tho Worhiit dividol into two elates tlioao who aro ambitious to ascend nbovo mediocrity, nod thoao who aro niiiliitloni that every body elsuilmll descend ImjIow their own What W 1 I mediocrity. In addition to tlio Governor, Assistant Kccrctary of Htate, ft Judge of tho Court of A pncnls, and other Hlatc who confessed religion under Mr. llarnci' ovangelistio labors at Frankfort recently, nearly all tho convicts in tho penitentiary, about fiOO in numlor, experienced nchnngo of heart, and .Sunday services within tho walls Imvo sinro partaken of tho character of a Tho wifo of tho (Jovernor conducts tho Btinday-Scho- ol and tho leading citizens of tho town flock in to witnesi tho wonderful transformation going on in tho hearts and habits of theso inurdcroni, incendiaries and thieves, who havo lican pardoned by their Maker, hut aro still mourners becauso of tho inhumanity of their fellow man. Thoy wero marched to tho river under n platoon of guards with loaded guns, nnd received tho rito of Haptiim. List .Sunday tho Aisistant Ilishop of Kentucky administered the ordinanco of confirmation to several of them, and in tho Sunday school their songs ofjoy their "wants to be nn angel" nnd their "ohsfor tho wings of a dovo" wero pitched uiwn a key that would havo been taken as conclusive evidenco thnt they had reached "tho higher life" had it not liccn discovered that a number of tho lambs wero missing from tho meeting. It was conjectured that thoy had stolen away to the sweet retirement of tho hempdepartineut to soothe their ecstatic souls with meditation. Thoy had just been singing, with bcnliflc unction; camp-meeting. some people find it very diflicult to Ira serious and solemn In churches and nt funerals, and at other places and occasions, when propriety demands n subdued expression of countenance Mrs. Milo Hlephcns, nn Austin lady, is just that kind of a person. Whcnovcr sho attends n funeral, sho gets a giggling fit, nnd brings disgraco on herself nnd confusion on ovcry Ixxly. Not long sinco, accompanied by her husband. Colonel Milo Stephens, sho attended tho last obsequies ofa prominent Texas official, having solomnly promised not to emit n singlo gigglo until sho got back home, but sho was hardly in tho houso of mourning beforo sho saw something to oxcito her risibilities. "For heaven's sake, Mirandy, wait until tho funeral is over beforo you be- It The Woman who CiggliJ, is a singular fact that Daniel Webster. A Clock That Winds Itself Up. gin your infernal giggling." "lie! he! hcl" giggled Mrs. Stephens. "Think of something serious. Think of your uncle, whom Governor Roberts refused to pardon out of tho penitenti- ary." Tho only response was a partially suppressed giggle, that attracted tho attention of nearly every body in tho room. "I hox3 nono of tho children will go near tho cistern whilo wo are away, open," whisas I left tho trap-doo- r pered poor Colonel Stephens in des pair. The only responso was another suppressed spasm of laughter. Finally a happy thought struck Colonel Stephens. Ho whispered in her car: "Tho milliner on Austin avenue told mo to tell you that sho could not get your bonnet trimmed in timo for you to wear it on Sunday." The look of unutterable woo with which sho responded scared him. During the rest ot tho funeral ceremonies strangers who wero present supposed Mrs. Milo Stephens was tho widow, such an appropriately sad expression was tliero on her countenance. She Texas Siftings. oven shed tears. ! I was once in company with Mr. Wcb'lcr. Nantucket was spoken of. I said to him: "Is it truo that tho friends of Nantucket farmed you out as a lawyer?" "Well," said ho, laughing, "thoy uro sharp pcoplo at Nantucket, and I will tell you how it happened. Tho courts held their terms periodically. There was not much litigation, but tho suits wero heavy, relating to ships, whalo fishing nnd oil. Tho judges nnd lawyers usually went over from tho continent nud spent a week or ten days, nnd finished tho term without leaving town. Ono of the friends called at my offico in Boston and said: " 'Friend Daniel, how much will theo nsk to coma down to Nantucket next week nnd plead n caso for me?' " 'I will go forono thousand dollars.' " 'That is too much, Daniel.' " 'But I shall havo to go down Saturday nnd perhaps remain the wholo week following. I would as soon arguo tho wholo docket.' ' 'Well, if thee will arguo such cases as I shall present to theo beforo my case is called, I will givo theo ono thousand dollars.' "And so tho bargain was made. "My client went to Nantucket and found his caso at tho bottom of tho docket. He went from man to man and storo to store, and said: " 'What will thee give mo it I get tho great Daniel Webster to plead tby case?' In Scntember last a now nernefual clock was put upattheGaroduNord, Brussels, in such a position as to Jo fully exposed to tho influence of wind and weather; and, though it has not sinco been touched, it has continued to keep good tuno over sinco. Jho weight is kept constantly wound up by a fan placed in a chimney. As soon as it approaches the extreme height of its courso it actuates a brake, which stops the fan; and the greater tho tendency of the fan to revolve, so much the mora strongly docs the brake act to prevent it. A simple pawl arrangement prevents a down draught from exerting any effect. There is no necessity for a fire, as the natural draught ofa chimney or plpo is suffi cient; and it tho ciock is placed out oi doors all that is required is to place it above a pipe, sixteen or twenty feet high. lhe clock is usually made to work for twenty-fo- ur hours after being wound up, so as to provido for nnjr temporary stoppage, but by tho addition ofa wheel or two it may be made to go for eight days after cessation of winding. The inventor, M. Augiislo Dardenne, a native of Belgium, snowed his original model at the Paris Exposition of 1878, but has since considJournal erably improved upon it. of tho Soctoty of Arts. M'ROBERTS&STAGG Opora House Block, DriigH, Stanford, Ky., MitRlcal IiiMriiinciitH, Pocket Toliiircox, Cn tilery, ArniH, ilfacblHc c CliRiulralH, ralitlH, OIN, I.lllllpH, nuA.T..i3nH in UIiich, Wall Paper. jiookh, I.luuorH, .Stationery, uiearM, NOH)M. Perfumery, A'cetllcH. Our Jewelry, Sllrcrwarc and Optical Moods Department Is In Charge of Col. Thot. Ulcliardx, who will Repair Watches anil CIocks Promptly and In the licit style. J. II. MoALlSTER. n. C. BIUailT. K'JkBtriwABiitfU GROOERS, Hi. Armpli JSIock, --' - StiuiTortl, ICoiiliicky. That tho for ricliw gain. in man who barters health novcr tatitded with his bar "InKMuuior dlllrrn in J (tlrl My tout nu ofun foun.l relief, tho man who ha a largo principal in tho bank sometimes shows no principle in any thing eNc. That honosty is tho best policy in fact, that all ruro things nro reckonod That Kvcn the guards wero brought melting'mood by such ovidonce llMUaftil Itin lioipler'i loira, llj thy return, iwl htir of prayer." to a tho of tho bwt. That learning is a powerful uuxil-ar- y to thu fool bent on displaying his folly. That man and wife nhotild not lw yoked liko oxen, but harnessed tan. dcm. To get along smoothly, ono must lead find the other follow. That tho strongest horso is generally placed betwcoti the thaflr. That tho strongest argumcnlagalnst sexual equality is, that woman may bo as bad as man when alio is pouched of his superior onjwrtunitlei. That tho married man wonders why tho bachelor docs not marry, and tho bachelor wonders why tho married mau married in fact, that this a worl d of wonders. That tho girl who declares that she would not marry the lcst man aUra quite frequently proves her sincerity by marrying the worst mau (ho can fiud. is the tame with thought as with money tho Ici 4tio Itai of eitli er.lhe moraeagur hi ik to mako a dis- That it play of it. That company, others pluck their company. That when u man toll you of n chanco to mako money, ho ucglects to mention tho hundred or more ohauces to loso it in tho samo enterprise That when n man cays, in a blight ing manner, that nuy man cau do this or that thing, ho means that any Inxly but himself can do it. That n photographer who can mako a flattering picture is moro successful than he who makes n correct likeness. That ho who sees no good in human nature is too much given to self-cotemptation. Tlmt tho most precious goods nro dono up in tho smallest buudles. Tho letter 1 is the smallest in tho alphabet. That people who prido themselves upon their ancestry Jo what thoy can to mako their descendants hum bio when thinking of them. That tho man who could do a. thing if ho only tried is always very careful not to try. Thnt tho man who is always nblo to nay tho right thing in tho right placo is usually found in tho right placo to say it. That it is better to bo good nnd homely than pretty had. That good tosto is too often confined to tho palate. That uo matter how- - ugly a noso may bo, its imperfections uro overlooked by its owner. That tho averagb man objects to paying tho debt of nature, not so much because by is afraid to dio as liecattso ho Boston Transdislikes cript. That was n strango weapon of death, and n grimly appropriate locality, in the caso reported from Kashport, O. Daniel VnnVoorhis, and his sou John, weut out to the village cemetery to restore tho monument over tho father of tho former to its proper position, it being about to fall down. Whilo working at its baso, tho catwtono, n heavy grunito block, becumo displaced, and foil on tho head of young Van Voorhis, killiug him instantly. In its full it struck tho .father in tho breast, Injuring him so that ho is not expected to livo. dobt-payiug. when a man is lojed for him-ol- f alone.itishitnjcli who is tho lover. That whilo aomo men pick their Clantt wont sailing on Chesapeake Bay in u pleasure boat. Uo anchored oil' Farmer Whitton'a houso, took threo meals nt tho Whittou table, , fell suddenly in love with May Whit-tonher. Tito KuilwUlcdawiiy wih fatlierValleU. ujwu a Sherjll for help, mil tlmt n(liiIiil.witli ten demtlies. cut across tho country to tho village whore Mobcs 1. n nit VAil t rlnivni wore tliero. suro eiioueli. hut tlio marriage had already taken place, fa flfU t1 (1 II II Wnl i I ll ft ticnitciicooftho prisoners, but knowing from long experience that tho dov-i- l is never so devilish as when he puts on tho cloak of religion, they invaded sanctity of the hemp department in lime to catch theso goody-goo- dy boys gathering knives, Waltzing. I do not basa what I havo said upon sans nnd clubs to crack their teachers The Way to Show it. on tho heads, butcher tho guards and Clara Bell says: Tho neatest wny my own evil opinion, but I have talkreturn to that wicked world that is to modestly display a foot is to cross ed too much with society men not to not half so pious a thnt within tho walls tho leg which it belongs to over the know that they tell of the waltzes thoy Courier-Journa- l. ofa con verted penitentiary. , and how sho other. This lifts tho foot about six enjoyed with Miss inches from tho floor, and lets it hang nestled down and how he would lopk Wheat, Ac. Orders left at Mill promptly attended to. The University of Berlin for tho in easy, graceful suspension. The into her eyes until sho would givo a A Strange Sight. HIcAIilSTJGlC & nil talk after present year has 3,000 regular stuconvulsive clutch. They Tlio south hound freight train on lower edge of thoskirtshould lie across this manner, boasting of tho depravity dents, of whom 385 study theology, so that only tho front half tho North Carolina railroad ran over the instep, of tho foot is shown; but that is sufli to which thoy havo brought tho ladies, 1.0G3 law, G53 medicine and 1,709 a negro child about four years old, and shaming scandal out of counten- philosophy, science and literature. tho Yadkin lUvcr bridge and cienf, in tho present fragmentary state of slippers nud sandals, to show a good ance by their ungcntlematrly talk. I Besides these there are 1,103 who are Salisbury, Saturday. Tho engineer b-s- t or delicat- am no exception. I dance, and shall entitled as students in tho Academy saw it would Iks iiunWihlo to stop tho bit ofthofinely-ombroider- oil danco and justin tho manner that my of Arts, the Institute of Technology stocking. Tho position train beforo it reached tho spot, whero ely-woven partner chooses. I say what is tho or tho Military Institutes, or by virthe child was sitting, and, swinging is a common ono to tho most elegant truth among tho largo majority of the tue of special arrangemonts with tho anil refined girls in tho politest circles himtolt out of the window, started to dancers, and in the plainest language. rector of the University to attend its crawl nlong tho cngiuo to its front, of eociety, not only here, but in Lon Until society abolishes tho fashionable lectures. Altogether the students in don and l'aris. It is not in tho least with the intention of picking up tho waitz let us waltz. Waltzing can bo attendance, regular and irregular, have bought out my brother, It. 11. Wearen, r child beforo tho struck it. bold or awkward. Still, my grand- done perfecty properly morally; but number over 5,000, tho largest numand continue tlio Furniture and Undertaking I Io would probably havo succeeded mother dear old lady says that it is the conditions are as complicated as ber, ever known in the history of the in this perilous undertaking, but n vulgar tor a woman to cross her knees. the business tho same stand, in the St. Asaph Hotel inadIf I University. Tho buildings aro sym torus of bu earthquake. lutigo of the engine caused him to Sho was taught so wheusho was young, had will keep a stock oi' Furniture of evtho fortune to have a sister, tho equate and additions will bo made building. she stoutly maintains that the law lose bis balance, and ho was precipi- and could enduro without delay. horrible torture ery description and sell llgurcs cannot bo beatembankment, llo had on tho subject has never yet been most bo to know thatI she waltzed. tated down an would hardly regained his feet beforo a pierc- changed. Sho well remembers n week St. Louis In Cleveland a hack driver was fin- en. My stock of Collins and Caskets will be compret. ed $20 for soliciting passengers by say- hensive. . Shrouds and Itobcs always on hand. ing scream was heard, and ho knew spent in the same house with Madame also Philadelphia Press tells of a ing, "Come thw way to ride with a repair child had been run down. Tho Jerome Bonnparto in Baltimore, than the Tho and do carpenter's job work. engine stopped within its length after whom she believes no moro ladylike dentist who was visited by a loving white man." He had a colored com(Orders by telegraph promptly attended to.) B. K. "WEAREN. the passing tho child, and then began tho pcrsou ever lived; and recalls that two couplo about to part for a year or two, petitor, and tho Justice who imposed who wero so devoted that they insisted the ftno said: "Language that tends to horrible tank of pulling tho mangled madarpo always sat with her knees moro and no less. upon exchanging physical tokens of re- degrade or insult a mau who has the body out from under tho wheels. The inches opart-n- o Ixxly had been cut half in twoas clean- She declares that uo girl with preten- gard, so tho dentist droir one of the misfortune ot being colored is an out- i tt rni lady's largest back teeth and ono of tho race, and cannot bo tolerated. ly as ifdnno with a knife, tho head sions todelicacy should sit ine I havo thus stated both sides of the gentleman's, transplanting each in the soundness of this view is to be considpart falling to ono sidoaud tho legs to subject, leaving my readers to decide jaw from which the other came. But ered in a higher court. another. ,A shudder ran through tho engineer whon ho nicked up tho bead whether thoy will practice n poso that within half a year tho lady married an Wo do not want men for office who and lxxly of tho child, and tho sensa- is both comfortable aud artful, or other fellow, upon hearing which her HaB Just Openod a Fino Stook of avoid it becauso tbero is a tradition first lover had tho faithless one's tooth have "claims" upon tho party. No tions ho experienced when ft broke in man has a claim on the party, that it is impolito. it oxtrncted from his mouth and throw to n cry were indescribable. Ho hasng is the reward for sticktily laid it upon tlio ground, when it In a breach of promise suit in Mon- it into a spittoon. ing to principle, then truly, the polituttered tlio most agonizing screams for tana, tho (daintifl said that the deA son of the late President Tyler ical standard does not rank high. We full two minute before ho gavo a gasp fendant had failed to appear nt tho Consisting of Washington for waut men of ability aud sound judgand died. It was n strango expert-rtenc- e time agreed upon for tho ceremony. was lately arrested in "Although a poor, bo- - ment for every office within the gifiof to hear n dismombered body Ho afterward caino to the house, but drunkenness. tho Syracuse the people. The party owes no man. crying, aud was well calculated to she, being angry, set the dogs on him. sotted creaturo," says is one of Constitutionalist. AND Char- - Tho Judge asked tho defeudant why Jotirttaf corespondent, "ho mako the witnossej shudder. the most courtly and polished men, in lotto Uliicrvcr. The path of destruction of Ameri he bad not appeared. "Well, Judge, demeanor and conversation, to be has averaged 1,085 feel "Yer's charced salt, wid stcaliu' a was the reply, "I was treed by a bear fouud in Washington. One who has can tornadoes I couldn't pos- not seen him accept an invitation to in width, according to Sergeant rtn piece ob beef," said a Littlo Itock col all day nnd night, and Also, a Nlco Lino of moves at the ley. The storm-clouorcd Justice of thePcaco to a prisoner. sibly getaway in time." Tho case take a drink, nnd the nir with which was dismissed, and in a few minutes ho tako it, has never seen a truo Vir- rate of from twelve to sixty miles an "Air da charge well sustained? tho contestants wero husband and hour, while tho wind within tho vorginia gentleman of the old style." "Jcdgo, I'll 'fess de truth. I tuk do tex sometimes reaches the tremendous wife. I am oponing daily a Full lino of tho Boat Goods in tho Markot.to be 'stiousiblo. beef but I warn't I wits Some Germans were recently talk-iu- g velocity of 800 miles an hour 392 sold at Bottom Pricos. Call and oxamino. sufierin' wid n fever an' wttsoutenmy Tho Herman papers toll this story of an elopement miles being tho average. over boil at uo time. "JJocs ycr mean to iu conucction with Baron llothschild s TIM W. HIGGINS, Salesman. which occurred hereabouts, when ono you wus insane; say uat "lea, death: A mot B, weeping and sob- asked another if ho would bo offended A silk company has begun business Jcdgo, dat's it." "Wal, sir, I'se sor bing aloud. Says A, "why do you bado at Aberdeen, Miss. The manager, an ry fur ycr. Da constitution ob dis weep?" "Because," says B, as if his if his wifo was to elope. "I expert, thinks the bouthern states said Hans, striking the beor country hab tin'crgone n chango in dis heart was breaking, "because he is you," vife should possess a better climate for the suc with his fist, "of my i o .t sSSrii i 5?U sorter matter. Do law now says dnt dead the powerful, tho rich Baron." silk annodcr man's vife, I cessful, profitable cultivation of ycr mus hang all de insane men. Mr. "But," replied A, "why do you cry run avay mitshim than any other part ot tne world in out of her breeches il should shirk mm -- H-A-S Constable, put n ropo arouu' de so much? no was uo relation of yours!" if sho vas mine own fadder." Albany which the cultivation of silk is carried fArknnsaw "That's just what lam crying about," on. The climate is most liko that of Express. Traveler. Japan, but better. howled B, moro affected thtn over. J. P. B Ga!v7stou. "I want to On the 10th of August, 1782, there There were 302 cases in England in Itev. J. 13. Starr became matritno wrlto something foryourpaper. What was a bloody battle between Kentucky uially encaged to MUs Graham of stylo of matter do you liko best? I which flogging formed part of the senpioneers and Indians at Illuo Lick Brampton, Out. Sho told him that want you to answer this without nny tence for offences duriug the period Springs, in which uoarly all of the pi- a fellow Methodist clcrgymau, the foolishness." Single column display between the 13th July, 18G3, and the oneers taking part wero killed, 'llio Uev. H. N. Willoughby, had been a (without cut), ly., is the sort of mat- end of tho year 1881. The number event will bo contcpnially observed suitor two years before, and had forci- ter wo liko best. Send us somo. See of cases in which tho same offender en tho 19th of next mouth, under tho bly kissed her. Mr. Starr mado this rates sent by mail. Texas Siftings. has beeu found guilty of similar oifeu-ce- s f'.nlLEjfe 'Of ntijpiccs of tho llluo. Lick liattlo Mon- kiss tho basis of a formal and become liable to bo reflogged charge umental Association. The comer-ston-o against Mr. Willoughby, and a ConA quart of cream can bo kept per- was five. All of a monument will bo laid, and ference trial fectly good tor months in tho highest is to be held. Congressional speeobes are usually distinguished orators aro expected to temperature by an ounce of Botbo proient. A miller fell nsleep iu bis mill, and Prof. Baril proposes to save made tor the sole uso aud behoof ot a Draws bent forward till his hair got caught railroad carriaco for milk by condens distant and admiring constituency, A negro living near Lexington now iu somo machinery, and almost a ing in the country aud mixing itwith and the orator depends largely on the it owns tho farm ho rim away from thirty handful was pulled out. Of courso it so that it has only to comnlaisant reporter, the telegraph, Does Not No ago, when a slave, becauso ho was awakened him, and his first bowilder-cand the couutrv editor io carry nts bo mixed with water when uceded. whipped for going to see his wifo and burning words to his admiring neigh exclamation was "Hang it wife, children. After tho war ho returned what's tho matter now?" Tho Chicago News knows of thirteen bors. Columbus (0.) Journal, to Kentucky, nnd, haviug prospered Oistorns Mado circus clowns who have retired to farm A Initio whale, harnooncd ofl l'rov- - Hfo. Wo should iudgo a clowu would North, bought his old master's placo. Dr. Bell, of Now York, is sure that Tho sou ot tho former owuer now incetowu recently, was towed iuto ouo do well as a farmer. He'd only havo germs of disoaso remain iu ice after it works for tho quandam slave as n Hold of the Bostou docks. It weighs to go out in tho fields and rccito some is frozeu. rExchance. If they are feet long, of his old jokes to send tho potato bugs in ice at all it must be after it is froz tons, is sixty-tw- o hand. LiSortneru r.x. feet in ctrtli, nnd its away on the dead run. and fi! Bostou Post. en. Wo don t havo any unfrozen ice A NcwtTlampshlra jnan who died jaws Imvo a spread of twenty-five-fe- et. Nornstowu Herald. iu this country. m Iowa Judge refused a woman a You forget the machine-made- . will declaring tbo,boj An Uso lastTwecItfleft a " iioftlo'lih "wifo" forfeited ifshowas This country lias over 12,000 bicy- divorco which sho wanted becauso her M1 Many persous are discontented with over seen on Jho, street with red stock- cles, aud you'ro mighty safo, young husband kissed tho pretty servant, .i ings. If sho never cared for red stock- matt, iu taking tho daughter of n court-plast- He said she ought to be thankful her their own lot became of the absurd Ono, Satisfied, Boston husbauu had lound a way to keep a idea thev form of tho happiness of heiress. maker for an ing boforc, sbi'jjprob'ably, crnzy to ,: , ,, Bnok. servant girl. others. Tost. wear 'em now. bal-nnc- "Ho took retainers from a dozen men. Somo gave him ono hundred dollars and somo gavo him fivo hundred. Ho had grace enough to givo mo tlio ono thousand dollars as ngreod nnd paid my expenses in tho bargain. I argued tho docket right through, tor plain tifl and defendant, till I reached e my client's caso. Ho struck the and admitted, as the steamer left the wharf, that he had got his own case argued and had pocketed fifteen hundred dollars besides." The Methodist Bishops. The mortality among tho Bishops of tho Methodist Episcopal Church has been during the last fow years, vingsley, Thompson, Baker, Ames, Janes, Gilbert Haven aud E. 0. Haven havo all died within a very short time, and now Levi Scott, tho oldest Bishop in point of service, has gone the way of all flesh. The duties of a Methodist Bishop until 1872, when the TIiInXcit Mill, containing the latent ami number of Bishops was largely increased, were very severe. Tho character of tho work soon tells on a man with less than an iron constitution, and broken health, ordeath itself is the For mniiiilaetiirliig meal antl flour, Ih now in full operation. result. Bishop Scott served on tho We will Krlml for ciittfonicrN, for the present, on Tncmlay, WedBench for thirty years, and except nesday, ThtirHiIay, Friday ami Saturday of each week, ami on durintr the last two, ho was on the CourMVayH ami all other public rinyn. We solicit a liberal share eflective list. One of his colleagues of of patronage ami uill endeavor to give entire Hatlxfiicl Ion. tho Conference of 1852, tho venerable M(5al, Bishop Simpson, of this city, nlono Philadelphia Press. survives him. Aluays on baml ami for sale. Highest cash price paid for Corn, Oar stock of Groceries and Family Supplies generally is always Fall and Fresh. We would call especial attention to our line of Canned Ooods, which is the Largest and Most Complete the city, and prices to correspond with the times. We invite yon to examine our stock and prices before yon purchase. We pay the Highest Market Price, Cash or Trade, for all kinds of Conn-tr- y Produce. Don't forget the place-Cor- ner Store, St. Asaph Block. MaBMi wmm MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY Flour, NAMJEE. Corn, Bran, Shipstuff, &c, FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING! Main .Street, B. K. WEAREN, at I full at Stanford, Ky. I will m that GIobo-Democra- Furniture I cross-legg- ed. .i.i. E. P. OWSLEY office-holdi- BRAND NEW GOODS, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, . CARPETS,OIL CLOTHSiTRUMKS ta-bi- o W. ti fy THE GENUINE MAYEIELO Water Elevator. Water Insects; Fresh Wator from jjjt9Smmi Destroys d tom of Cistern; Tubing and Has Freeze. Foulest Puro by This Elevator. tweu-ty-tevo- n i:ht OVER ONE HUNDRED Now in in This County. Try and If Not ken It Will BoTa v J5JV-- The first annual exhibition of th Nation! Mininf and ImkotrM Ex QTAWFOKD, ICY. Friday Morning, W. P. WALTON, July 21, 1882 EDITOR thing about tho defunct Pink Cottago goes out behind tho Baptist Church and rolls with laughter all around in the red mud. Wo don't sco any thing particularly funny about that, nor why it should always ring in tho Interior Journal in connection with it. We never ex pressed an opinion in regard to the establishment, but endeavored to treat it fairly and givo those at its head tho July'28th. credit, at least, of sincerity. It will Besides a county ticket from Conbo remembered, too, that we never stable up to Judge, a Superior Judge gavo a single item about the alleged and a Clerk of the Court of Appeals, The present wheat crap is unpar remarkable cures there, except wo the peoplo of tho Slato will be called gave our authority for it or commenc- alleled in the history of tho country. ou, just three weeks from From carefully prepared estimates ed by saying "it is claimed," &c. to vote as to whether or not they will mado in every stato and county of the A aitEAT many amusing mistakes United States, the increase the school taxtwocentson the crop is set clown at which, if $100 worth of property, to make tho are made by 515,000,000 bushels against 380,280,-00- 0 school fund epual among the white collected and published in a book, lost year, and nearly doubled as would get away with tho other alleged e and colored children, and in this compared with tho crop of 1877. Sureare to vote a road law, which humorous publications. We were re ly all of us havo causo for rejoicing. entirely changes tho present manner minded of tho above by one we saw in The reprehensible way that somo of working roads. This law is said to the Lexington Press this week. The work well in those counties of the writer complimented a sermon for its of the Congressmen havo of acting State in which it has been tried, but profundity, but imagine his feelings and speaking while on tho floor never in the Record. They never we think it rather doubtful if our peo- when the intelligent compositor set it appears up, "The sermon was remarkable for fail to have every thing objectionable ple are ready just now to adopt it. It We wroto yesterday eliminated before it goes to the dear seems to strike the average man who its profanity." has given it thought, that there is too that tho King of Hosts was with Mr. people, This should not bo allowed. is much room in it for jobbery and steal Barnes, but wero shocked to dis- The Record is no accou nt if it not a cover on the proof sheet that it was true ono. ing. the King of Hearts, that was his main The body of Mrs. Abe Lincoln, afActino on the same principle that stay. ter a lifo of many changes, was laid made him with all tho truer class of Another Kentucky man has been by that of her husband iu Springfield, democrats oppose tho iniquitous tar-i- ll recognized. Hon. John Ireland a na- 111., Wednesday. During the lostfew commission, whereby Congress delegated a matter that it was its duty to tive of Hardin county, thisStato, has years of her days, her mind gave away, adjust, Congressman Blackburn sue been nominated for Governor of Tex- and she imagined herself the victim of poverty and want, although supplied ceeded in defeating the Sonata amend- as by acclamation. Tho Courier-Jou- r' nal says: There are seven native with all the comforts and necessaries ment to tho general deficiency bill providing that a board of three Treasury Kentuckians representing other States of life. The bad shooting of Col. Sears and officials shall audit the claims growing in tho United States Senate, eight of out of the illness and funeral of Gar her sons have been Governors of Ill- John Gaines has been the subject of field. Ho was well aware that tins inois, and the present Governors of many a paragraph and ought to teach piece. was a trick to gougo tho government Missouri, Arkansas and Tennessee them a lesson, x.e. to shoot only from a Atlanta Ga., diipatchca announce that to the fullest extent for the benefit of went out from among us to grow up rest. The Breckinridge Jfcics says: Senator Hill's condition I much worse a set of quacks who assisted in mur with thoso States. The Kentuckinn It is very evident that, as young ideas, than at any time since hi arrival from Eu dcring tho President, and he is to bo who hones for honors Bhould emigrate Col. Sears and John Gaines wero not reka Spring. The cancer i eating his throat away, the flesh sloughing ofl in taught how to shoot. for his promptness of while young. commended and no hope are entertained for action. Tnn Lexington Press, which seems Herald prints this quantity, The New York hia recovery. The Jacob boom seems to have en- to have a spite against Mr. Barnes good if true item: For tho first time The Directory of the Louisville and tirely petered out. Ho is a nice old and all who admire and treat him fair- in years there is harmony among the Nashville met in N'ew York, and resolved gentleman, but he would have gotten ly, says that tho Ohio people have Kings county democrats. Tho new to pas a dividend. The news created con more votes had he staid at home. The soured on him, and that if he could General Committee, elected under the alderable stir in local railway circle. It it trouble with him is that his cause is a get Craddock and the Interior Jour- new registered primary election law, the natural result of the great financial crime committed over a year ago of water poor oae,,and as he presents it in a nal nnd the Frankfort Yeoman to held a "lovo feast" meeting and elected ing a prosperous stock one hundred per poor manner, he losses votes every move to Dayton and run dailies dur- officers for the year. cent. time ho opeas his mouth to speak. ing the campaign, ho might get up a The Judge Advocate General has subThree Companies of the State He and Cap t. Henry are now in tho boom. Mr. Barnes needs no such aid. Mammoth mitted to the Secretary of War his report Guards are encamped at on the petition for the release of Serceint mountains, but as that is the latter' The King of Hosts is with him, and he Cave and have named the camp, Hen- Mason, on the ground that he i illegally strong hold, Col. Jacob no doubt will conquer the Ohio devil as suro as ry Watterson. The boys are paying confined. The care will not be reported sin. wishes he were "to hum." of their own expenses this time, and will to the until after ' John Bubii, the negro who eliot and killed Miss Van Meter in Fay cfte while attempting to shoot her fa ther and who, according to tho Lex ington Prut, "has lccn tried and con deninotl by more men ana in mora diflercnt ways than any man who was over born in tho I nited States and whoso bones ought to bo in tho Qui-teamuseum three weeks from today," has been granted a writ of error by Judge Miller of the SupremoCourt, which will suspend the execution of tho death sentence until that Court at its October term shall dispose of tho case. Error claimed was a violation of tho Constitution and laws of the United States in that tho officers of the Fayette Circuit Court failed and refused to summon a singlo colored man on tho panel of grand jurors that indicted Bush or tho petit jurors, of examwhich there were ninety-threined before the jury was selected. Bush was to have departed with a dull thud ti o positioa meets in Denver, Col.', Aug! ust lit, and close September 30ih. Tho Big Four tfc Vandalia lino has already put on salo exenrsion tickets at reduced rates, good for return trip till Oct. 31. As this is tho only line bo tween Cincinnati and Si, Louis run' ning Pullman Palaco Cars, and tho only one that can sell the tickets, good going via Chicago tfc Omaha, and ro- turning via Kansas City and St. Louis, or vico versa; thoso contemplating making tho trip will at onco sco tho importance of selecting thoso lines. Tho timo is as quick as any other line, and accommodations superior. Address for ticket and information, Geo. A. Knight, S. E. Passenger Agent, Cincinnati, Ohio. tho Somerset Rejmtcr wishes to bo facetious ho gets off some- A Louisvili.k preacher held forth bet Sunday on the Mibfwt rf cwying eSfkxttlod weapons, NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS, "PRAISE THE LORD." FRerEWHeiui,. 'Snd'Wk le denounce those yrho ugly practice. The Louisvillo Pott, whoso editor did somo mighty poor shooting last week, evidently didn't like tho discourse, for ho says: A preacher in this city preaches about pistols. If ho would stick to religion he'd do more towards earning a crown, even if ho didn't get as much advertisement. ooSwion iettoweii the Whenever Faith Cure, and then Several nowspapers appropriate portions of Mr. Barnes' letters, introducing them: "Mr. Barnes writes," y Intenever giving tho a single credit. Thcso rior Journal papers had better look sharp. Wo have a copyright on thcso letters, and unless this paper is civen due credit by those who publish them, we will make them smell a little of tho place they aro hastening to so surely and swiftly. The toy pistol is getting a good deal of advertising of late. Every paper you tako up has an account that somo littlo boy has been sent to the Lonly by them, and on yesterday tho Cin cinnati Enquirer had a fall sized cut of tho devilish littlo instrument and accounts of about 25 fatal accidents caused by it. It is getting timo that a national law prohibiting their man ufacture or salo was passod. Skmi-Weeki.- type-setter- coun-tytw- a watch factory. Cf. Cifrln Morgan, Croifcer of the fa moti General John Morgan, died at Ington. Ky. den. J. liufero Barrio. President of the Republic of Guatemala, and party r rlred at Washington, Wednesday. In a fire at Smyrna, which raged fef- were burned and en hour, 1,400 hour 0,000 person rendered homeless. Mr. V, O. Cunningham, late of refer-a- l newspaper, la announced a a candidate for Congress In Proctor Knott'a district. Kentuckiani pay $11,011,190 In taxed to the Federal and State (Internment, or $8,718,102 to the Federal and $2,322,324 to the Slate. The (lorernor ha) o (fried $200 ht the arrest and delivery to the sheriff of Henderson county of V. II. Hush, wanted In Henderson for rape. llalMone fell at ltealty, Kansa, Tuesday, large enough to break cat win dows. At St. Joseph, Mo , the same atorm caused a los of $50,000. The export of breadstuff from the United State for the month of June laat were $9,217,409, against, $20,005,078 for the corresponding year In 1SS1, An old negro of Howling Green ha juit drawn a petition of $7,800 for an rye which was put out during the war. He will get $72 per month until death. The Baltimore & Ohio Ocean cable bill ha pat-cthe House with an amendment prohibiting the Company from uniting with any other line to put up rates. Since warm weather act in, aixty-fou- r ahip captain hare died with the yellow fever in Cuban port, and another ahlp ar rlred In Philadelphia with ferer on board, The republicans of Madison hare nominated James Bennett, brother of the Senator and of the late appointed, a a can didate for County Judge, and a full ticket. V severe ehock of earthquake was felt nt the city of Mexico Wednesday, and tho' no aerioua damage waa done It is said the houses could not long hare withstood the rocking proces. Colonel F. DcFunlak.of the Louisville & Nashville, the engineer who built the railroad from Alexandria to Cairo, F.gypt, about which the dispatches have had a good deal to say lately. Yesterday the Georgia democracy were to assemble In convention to nominate a candidate for Gorernor, upon which the of the late C. S., A. H. Stephen, reema to hare the dead wood. The Senate yesterday, by a rote of agreed to twenty-eigh- t to twenty-siBeck' amendment to the tax Bill, reducing the tax on manufactured tobacco from sixteen to twelve cent a pound after the Ut of next January. 'A little child nanred Hoffman fell in a cistern near Upper Sandusky. The mother rang the farm bell for help, and then sprang Into the cistern. When assistance armed, both mother and child were dead. Henry Stoy, at Lafayette, Ind., pulled off hi coat, handed it to hi sweetheart with whom he wi walking, and thiew himself under the wheels of a passing lo comotive, which rut him into a half dozen if 1 Jjlngton hjo hare Datton, Ohio, Joly 19th, 1882. Dfr hlnitri "PRAISE THE LOUD." That What a heritage of Joy It 1st For the ret, we are still "pegging away" al this mountain of adamant. The figure stand i 25 for soul and 02 for body, and 3 week will be gone this afternoon. One of the dally paper ha dropped u a "dead beat," and I shouldn't blame the other for doing so, "under the circumstances." The attendance at the lllnk sticks at about the same daily average. On the other hand, we are not a bit disheartened nor discouraged, but march on cheerfully lo the music of the lamVliorns, looking not al frowning wall nor listening to the shout of merriment from those who "laugh ua lo scorn," but knowing only the "L1V1NO GOD." He pay our hoard-hil- l and Hink hire promptly, and we lack for "no good thing." A our dear Nath Woodcock would say, We are not beaten "by a large majority, and several precinct to hear from." Bless hi heart; he turned up last Saturday morning, with John of the same name, and made thing pleasant and lively until hi departure Tuesday morning. Judge Jctl, our good friend from Frankfort, also put in an appearance the same day, bring, lng a contribution from the Frank foil la. die la Marie, which the dear girl received with the remark, "Praise the LOUD, papa, that will pay for the Itink 8 day more." So you tee the la enlisted for the war also. Some blessed soul sent u .$10 from Stanford anonymously, for which let me give "thank you" in this jiaragraph. In conclusion, let me say that we start Into the 4th week of the "Siege of Jericho" with full trust in the dear I.OIU), full confidence In HIS ultimately winning the victory, and all of ua 'sound in wind and limb," and "happy a blackbird in a furrow." Ever In Jesus, Oro.O. Haiinm. la left us. Yl BRUCE, T.W.VAHNON, WALLACmCVARKOH. JiA-AV- ATTOIINHYH AT STANFOnn, KV. T. W. A W. B. VAHNON, . WARREN & CO, Office In Owsley A Ron's nsw bulldlng-- up stairs. , o -- I.ANCABTKn, KT. Matlsr Cbmmlaloner and County Attorney. Will prsetlr. In all th Umrt. of Osnsrd sad adjolalng counties snd In th Court of Appeals. A.a"ronivj3v II. O. KAUTFMAN. A.rr rA.-v- s MTANFOntl, KY. Will prsdlrw In th. Oourls ol this snd adjoining reunite snd In th Court of Appesls. Utile In Uwiley A Mon's n.w building up stairs. Aorx'tmiNjav THOMAS 1'. HIT.L, JH at jjaw, ATTOlirVJSY AT IjAW, ALEX. ANDEIIBON, - DANVILLK, KY., Will resetted In th. Courts of Hoyl. sad adjoining counties and In th Court of Appeals. KY. snd ad , Will prsetlr. In all th Courts of joining- - counties, and In th Unurl of Apprsls. riprrlsl attention given lo collections. Oraro ovsr k i. store. ATTOIUVISV AT rjA"W, roarssircxiuiiTr, ixd siauissa I.IIIKKTV, MABTKIIHON l'KYTON, Cey OH. S. Q, OAHl'ENTEH, HTArmml), KENTUCKY Offlc over IlobU 8. Lylls's store. from S la S) and 7 to r. at. Offic hours J. J. WILSON, IHJNTIMT. BTANIOItl), Office and lUalJence, Upper Main HI. KY. HUlKlIlON JUJNTIWT, BTANKOIll), KY. Office IiBB V. HUFFMAN, rur CD Mouth aid Mala 8trt, two doors abov th Myers Hotel. Nitrous Uxld. Oss sdmlnlsUrsd whtn It. C. Will U ofracb month, from first Mnndsy Dental rooms In (ft. Asaph Hotel, over MrA'latsr A might's. (Seoslgn.)"' AtlAOrselrr two wtritof rath month Iruiu third MutKlsy Itentslruninsln ilsaoallouw. IKoosIgn) rue nitrous oild gas administered when neersasry. 6Mf jitTiijJ DBNTINV, In Htanroed MOHUAN, I). I). H, ta Thk PitoFEssoit. A man swims further than any othor raon professor. A man cuts corns and cures bunions for a living protessor; lie waltzes threo hours without resting professor; plays tho Gddlo and imparts to others tho secrets of tho diabolical art professor; walks a slack ropo stretched across the street professor; goes without eating twenty days professor; rides four horses bareback professor; sings in tho choir professor; tcsches a brass band professor; cures warts professor; plays billiards for a living professor; trains dogs professor; performs some clever tricks at sleight-of-hau- d professor; does anything in tho world except teach, nud knows less of books and schools than ho does Burlington of heavon professor. liawkeyo. Measure and BLACKnEimv Wink. mash tho berries in a clean tub or ves selofsomo kind, and to each gallon of berries pour one pint of boiling water. Let them remain until next day and strain through a thick cloth, and to every gallon of juice add 2 pounds of sugar. Drain again and put into a cask or demijohn, covering the bung with a pieco of muslin. Put in a cool placo until fermentation ceases; then rack it off, rinse the vo&el aud put back tho clear wino and tio up the dregs and hang them up to drip. It Do will be as clear as the balance. not quito fill the cask, but Icavo room for it to work. It is eenerally clear enough to rack off in three or four weeks. Lincoln County Farm for Sale! Cfl Tb heirs olJ.i,h Kroltofler at trlvst ssls, his fsrmof IE ACllK-- lying I mil North of !la Itlvrr. snd near th Osrrsrd county llns. The Isnd Is lertll snd In guod relr. Thirty-fiv- e seres In splendid tlrulor.osk, wslout.sih Ae , snd sll Ingran eseei.t nine seres, which Is now wheat sluMda, This farm can t boutht low snd on eur terms. Foe lull particulars, rail on David rVoll, onlh. fsrm. or addrras hlrast tlllbsrl's desk 1', O. Lincoln County, Ksulocsy. M-- Stanford Female College. Ui .NTAXroilI, KY. With a Full Corps of Teachers, This Institution will open Its Thirteenth Session oath Id Mnndsy In Msptsmber nm ALL THK BRANCH KM OP A THOnOUGHENGUSHCOURSE Ars Isughl, as well as MU8IC. TUB LANOUAOEU. DltAW. INQ AND FAINTINO. TERMS MODERATE. I10-- In Tuition, price rant from IIS to ISO In Ik rsgulsr Iicparlutnu. tin; IsUrue.llat , rrrrakuy, IM, and CullrglaU, M. For full particulars, as to Board, Ac, address MUM. N. t). TKUr.llf.AHT. I'rluclt..l 8 Uoterd, Lincoln Co., Ky. O O O there's anything to fight about, but all the other papers aro advertising that way." f Bos ton Post. A police court is a very accommodating place to transact business. If you haven't tho money to pay cash, the judgo generally gives you time. Au exchange inquires, "Docs Imagine prevent crime? ' It certainly does. Wlio ever heard of a man committing murder after he was hanged ? "Yes," said tho Ueorgia editor, "I'm going to fight a duel. Not .that WILL BE OPENED! To Its old friends and to th public on THE 15lli DAY OF JUNE nut Tin: NKANOIV -- OF 1882 I said that Charles and Robert Ford, who got 850,000 from tho State of Missouri for killing Jesse James, and who wero sentenced to be hung for it and afterwards pardoned, have decided to enter college and take now It is a thorough course with the money obbe tained for committing murder. We tho man charged with wouldn't bo surprised if these promis- carried out. Tho Kentucky judge has ing youths turned out yet to bo bright yet to pass on this profound question. and shining lights in the church. The Egyptian war seems to be at a is taxed about fifty per cent stand still. There has been no fighting Suoar an enormous rate on au article of for several days and tho fires in Alex universal necessity, and which also audria are about out. Arabi Bey bos has become a medium of great indus- too small an army to give the British try inthe preserving of various arti- much trouble, and unless another cles offood. An effort is now being power should step in and help him, made to take off a portion of this tax, "the war will soon be o'er." which was added on account of the To the special observer it looks as if war, but this is so bound up with oth- Col. Sears was angry when ho struck er extreme taxes that the success of Mr. Gaines with a stick. Astute polithe effort is doubtful. Ex. ticians, however, readily perceive that Ob'servimo that every body who Col. Sears' sole object was to bring bad anything to do with Garfield's Mr. Gaines over to the Jacob party by Pudman's illness or the trial of his mangy mur giving him a sore head. This aud That. derer, aro allowed fabulous sums for alleged services, the Guiteau jury havo Hewitt called Robeson a "thief, presented a petition asking for an in liar aud perjurer" in a debate in the crease of allowance to $5 per day House, but the latter, no doubt know of the extraordinary character ing that it was so, took it liko a little g of their services. man. Under Keifer, Congress is debating worse than a cross-road- s CiiETis "putting ou the dog" inn decided manner since he accidentally society for mock bravery aud bufget-lin- Lawyers as well as doctors disanot havo to look to Gov. Blackburn Secretary Lincoln. Secrttary Chandler ia gree. A New York judgo recently to acting Secretary of War. pay it out of his own pocket. decided that a dog is not property and Hardin Daviea, on of Theodore Davie, Ohio democrats are making moro who was killed by the Thompsons at Hartherefore can not be stolen. Judge Tilden, in Ohio Tuesday, decided ex- ado over nominating a candidate for rodaburg, was caught stealing jewelry from C. actly to the contrary and ordered that Secretary of State than thero used to the house of A. Finnell, of that place. be over naming a president. Tho It waa subsequently discovered that It wa the judgment of the lower court against valuaverage Ohio mind tends moro to pol able that had been stolen from the same itics than to religion anyhow, to judge house recently. A jeweler seciua to have from Mr. Barnes' success thero. been hia partner in the butine. A correspondent of the Telegraph at The Republicans have stolen anoth Alexandria fay: "I drove, yesterday, nine er seat in congress from tho Demo mile along the line of Aarabl Pasha' recrats. Wednesday by a vote of 145 treat, and passed several villages, the peoto 1, they seated Smalls, the ple of which are starving. Sofillera robbed convict of South Carolina, nnd order- them of every thing. The entire route was lined with carriage and dead bodies'. It ed Tillman down and out. o Fresident the return d P-- . UNDi:il AN Eutirely Gen. New Management. ii:sximkt,i;ivr:ti of cultivation, lying Immediately on the turnpike Wetweeu litanlord snd Laucaitrr, 5 iiiIIm Irom snd 3 miles from Lsncsitrr, snd '( of a mile from Ullberls Crt'k Desiring to go West I offer to sell my bcsullful little farm of a 10O suJ odd arret, well liuprovsd and abundance of stock water, and la a high ttat Jai. F. Robinion, of Lexington, Manager. he that had gotten off with the other The offlco in charge of Men. John Fleet and O. F. Moore. T. KKTIIKIlt'OHII. Iiil. Ulllwrts Creek, Ky. RATES OP BOARD Per liny : CENTRAL KY. FAIR os UlllbehtMatntatlllf, Per Week Per Mouth (2SiInj-H- $8.50 li.Ofi ) 15.00 CIIILMIKN AND NUI13KS HALF PKICK. AUGUST 1, 2, tirunlou Tralasfroni H AND i. I While Robeson was Secretary of dier during the retreat, killing reported the Bedouin harassed the sol- Preralam List Is Largt sad Libsral. (Itorgctowa Sid Somerset oa '.'d, 3d and IIU days, Wtdnmdsy, Tbars. dayaad Friday. 5 g EVERY C0MF0ET AND LUXURY, Lak. Ira Included, will l supplied to guests, and they are enured that In every requisite of a first-fla- ts Hotel th Management does not Intend to surpsssed by any In Araaelra. two hun- t the Navy ho squandered over This is the gentleman who is now spoken of as a "thief, a liar and a perjurer. The Hartford Herald has a good word to say for H. P. Hubbard & Co. Surely brother Barrett .is joking. There can bo no good in such a crowd. 835,-000,00- Hi foonery. Ik thero is any ono conclusion upon which the American people may be said to be agreed, it is that Secor Robinson is a thief. So says a Utica paper to which Mr Hewitt has added "a Mr. Robeson is TiiKad,news comes from Georgia liar aud perjurer." that Senator Hill is no longer able to evidently a very bad man. take food except by a tube, and that TiiBpateut ouUides get away the his tougue aud throat aro nearly en- other papers just now. They are pubtirely eaten away by the fearful in lishing maps of tho battle-fiel'His death therefore a question Egypt, and giving the news from of very short time. them, as usual, three weeks old. became Presideut. In New York whero ho was discovered by Conkling, be was glad no doubt to get his meals at the stauds any time ho could; now he breakfasts at 1 i M., has dinner at 8 aud supper at 3 A. M. frce-luuccan-ceri? Judge O. A. Hardin, of Ilarrodaburg, fractured one of the bones in hia right lejc Id jumping from hi buggy. The majority that Tom Henry la going to get grow larger erery day. It waa 75,000 when laat heard Irom. Unless Col. Jacob retire from the canvas, there U danger that Ue,nry'a election will be Hiiwellville Vennor ear I can not but think that August will be another month of storing with one or two and unusual curve of teat perature.I expect a will be recorded In extreme Wen tern aud Northwentern sections, aud cold rains at more Southerly station shortly after the middle of month. On Thurday last Dr. Keys waa released from an inaane asylum at St. Joe, Mo., where he had been confined two years, after .. luring killed Dr. HoberU at The next day Keya went to Mlll-ill- e of hla friend, where the agalnit the aaw him and Hon of the murdered Robert killed him with a platol ahot. unao-iuiou- a. Herald-Knterpriirain-fallsnow-fallMlll-illead-I- ce dred." The directory of Cincinnati, New Or Jlsilcby Wolf Frost's Olelrstsd Dssd of leans and Texas Pacific Hallway (lessee of the Cincinnati Southern) yesterday passed Lexliflo. For Catalogues address i.. iiKuti:, the July dividend, the chief reason being Ktertlary. the floods and the short cotton crop of 1881 The expenditure on the roadway have been unexpectedly large, a serioua of Item being over fifty thousand dollar for replacement of steel already deficient when the leiwee took possession. 1. J. J. Newland, W. J'. King, John Anderson, Troublous time are upon the lottery Sllu Anderson, Win. M. Lackey, H. II. Lackey, men. In St. Louis tho other day three of J, II. l'srsons and W. 8. Hpoonsmore bav assocla. ted themselves and Lecoin an lncorporsld compathem were sent to tail fur six months; In ny undtr the corporal asms "The Htnufard this cily Justice Mathews decided that null Turnpike Ciiiiipii-uy.- " The jrlDilil plus of trsnuctlog lb butl. there wa no jurisdiction to enjoin the Postmaster from refusing to deliver letter ness of ths company will b st Htinfurd, Ky. com2. nstur of lbs to a lottery, and a Washington special says panyTb. (tnersl construction, business of tb. will bo the oratlon and Postmaster General Howe, whenever the a macadamised or gravel turnpike road the question is brought before him, will from a point within S miles of SUnlord to Ky decide that letter containing money direct3. The amount of capital stock Is to ba not less ed to a Icttery shall not pas through the than SJ.OOO nor uioi. tbao 110,000, lo be divided malls. Into shares of 123, to U paid Iu Installments of 20 cent., the first to U paid August 31, 1832, snd Fifteen thousand people assembled at Madison Square Garden, New York, to tb. restdu. evtry 30 dsys thereafter. s. Th corporation Is to couiuisnc. July 20, IS2, witness a glove fight between John Sullisod continue for filly years from Ihst data. S. Tb.affilrs of the corporstlou are to be convan, of Boston, and Tug Wilson, of The conditlona of the fight were: ducted by five directors to be elected by thesbsre-boldeof th. corporation. The first election of Sullivan thold knock hi opponent out of directors Is to U bsld at lb Iu time In four rounds, falling to do which the BtinforJ.July 31, 1882, sud thereafter lb direcEnglishman, though knocked down twen tors ars taUanuuslly elected oa the first Ssturdsy ty .seven time Iu about fifteen minutes, la July ofeacb yssr. C. Th. coriiorstloa can subject Itself to no lo- wa declared to be the winner, Joe Frlclc dtblsdness beyond lUssssls. priie (light for 7. Titrate property Is to bs vseuipt Irom corpodefeated Kd Eggera in $200 a aide, at Louisville. rals debts. W. G. WELCH. Trust. j. HT. VI.K.10X lIlTlUTHslXllSTK. d N. I). WILMOT Is scsnJIdst for theoffice ofCounljr Attorney of lUxkrs.Uo st August Mecllon, nuts'. Notice Incorporation. It. N. MAHTIN IVuM Is a candidal for Clerk 01 lha Hackeaalla Court, August election, 1893. J.lMIvN l WAI.rsI.V th August election, ISM. IsacandldslelorCouuly Judgaof Itockcsstls, at W.lvf.OWHKN Is an Independent csndldsl for Assessor of ltocksatl County, August elrctlou, USi. I'reacb-ersvll- Courier-Journa- l. IIUItDFrr, ATTORN EY AT LAW, NAM M. Ir III I Mt. Vornon, Ky. WO) tirariiM Ilia 1rnfu..t.. I. tn.i, m al " M.aiMUj IDtt sr sUJoioluK count ! and lu th Cuuit of ApmaJi. BiwcUl fttUattou glveu to co.l.xtUDi. vsvi, Kng-lan- rs Courl-IIou- s. 03 7 'Honua N3UUVM VAltlETY STOllX. IU VISUNOIV. ICY., J. E. VOWELS' ! GO- -t Agenoyof 8outh-Ben- d Chilled Plowi, Avery'. Oaat and Steel Plowj, Buckeye Reaper, k Moweri,SweepstaJtej l'breih-e- r, Mitchell Farm Wagom.New Home Sewing MaoLlnes, Taylor's Elastic Bed Spring!, 5cmr-Mttfi- Ir Inlcriorloumnl Fruit Jars ren A Co.V. W. of all kind at Ilruce, War- The best blackberry brandy made sale at the St, Aaaph liar. 3 I for Friday Morning, -- Jnly 21, 1882 L. A N. I0CAL TIME LAID. I'MMKftr tralna North. ' Booth. LOCAL NOTICES. ,. $1 10 A. K, M 3 (8 p. liar Paint Mim.rt Kt.RVKK of Penny A McAllsler. Hfcil $3 85 .r rinslicl at A.Ows-ler- '. rouitM Sugar for at MoAl-inte- r A llrlnhlV Imml Shaplelgli Elmore, hi brother, who waa confined there had died Sunday, and had been burled. Considering tint the card was dated the 18th, and the further fact Fourteen prlaoner are now being fed that Dr. Gale had promised to let Mr. Elat the public expenae, In our county Jail. more know of the condition of his brother in time to remove hi remain to this counLow-cu- t Hiioed and ladle1 allpper at ty he very naturally think lie has been very coal only few left. Hruce, Warren A Co. badly treated. The deceased wa 33 year i The llulTalo Mill I now prepared to do of age, and leaves a wife. all kind of cuatoni grinding in good order. at UobU S. LytleV . Ciirap fiucUlw, fruit Jar and tin can at Mr. M. D. F.i.more received a postal H.HIggln. Wednesday from Dr. R. H. Clair, flupt. of White counterpane at reduced price the Central Lunatic Aaylum, slating that and INDUCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY ! To reduce my stock of Summer Goods, I will offer at Very Low Prices, for the next 60 days, my stock of Laces, Hamburg Edging, Lace Curtains, India Linens, Piques, Fans, Plaid Ginghams, &c. I also offer, at Very Low Prices, my stock of Jeans, Flannels and Woolens, which were bought early this year, at the close of Winter, sales, at 15 per Money saved is money made. Come and see cent, less than present value. Respectfully, I10BT. S. LYTLE. me. Jul Kli L (3 r ii ml Jutrr received a new line of buggy W. T. Oreen. wagon harneM. Mn. II. C, Hui'i.EY Inaiit that you come Mr. Walter Field and Mis Ida Lew. and settle your account with him; he need is, sister of Dr. T. II. Lewis, were married l the money. . at Ml. Mary Lewis', on the 18th. Mr, I'rnnjAMcAllstrr'a. Al.I. who are indebted to me for account Fields wa in town yeaterday looking as Ctnr.n Mill. Borglium Mills ami eap. orator lor aalo by A, Ownlejr. due July I at, are urgently reqneated to call happy as tbe traditional big sunflower. 1ivrm of flood Tea will find the bent and settle. Kobl. 8. Lytle. RELIGIOUS. In the city at Penny A MoAllaterV The Camp Meeting at High Ilridge i Wantki). 1,000 bit. Irish Potatoes for With the exception of the case of Will caali or trade, McAlister A Ilrlftht said to bn a most pleasant and successful Ilright, which ii pronounced Watch w, Clock and Jewelry repaired fever, there are no fever patient here one. and warranted by Penny A McAlister. The Deering Camp Meeting begin on now. Four death occurred from ltdiir-i- t WANTrK. Country bacon. highest map the 3d of next month to continue till the stay. ket price In cah paid. McAllsler A Ilrlglit. Hili. PuttK Alden Fruit Vinegar, bent In the A VEitr heavy rain, accompanied by The protracted meeting at the Chrisworld, for sale, only by McAlister Ilrlglit. high wind, occurred Wednesday morning. tian Church begins Sunday, Rev. J. W. and You will find the bent The tin roof of the Hi. Asaph hotel wa Cox will be asaiated by Kid. Reynolds. A McAlicigar In town at Penny lifted, and a orllon of the brick cornice Judge W. L. Jell left title city Satur-da- y ster. morning for Dayton, Ohio, taking with J, II. A H. II. Kiianks are receding and blown down. oienlng a nice new lot of Zelgler Hlioea A Dawbon have ul recti veil him about one hundred dollar aa a preslUium low cut. 15 ton ol Liile Ice, which they will sell in ent from ladle of Frankfort to Iter. O, O. A HJl.l. line of California Canned (lotxls, llarne. Yeoman, Including Aprlcotn. (Irapes, Pear, Pesclies ainall Iota at J cent er otind. Person Tbe member of the Methodist church and K Plum at MoAlistcr and JlrluhtV wanting large lot can get it on reasonable term. They at 111 sell manufactured Ice at at Maysville, are howling around on their PERSONAL ears because their pastor invited a colored I cent per vound. preacher to fill his pulpit. The larger part Mtu. A, Mli.t.r.H hat cone to IQUl. Honous Kvr.N. A gentleman wa twit- of the congregation got up and left, and Tllle. Uol. It. J. White, of Madison, wa In ting Judee Lytle the other day because hi the pastor i severely censured. parly had stolen Mr. Miller from the dem town yeaterday, "Rev. Geo. O, llarne, the evangeliat, Mit V. II MeltoiirHTi la tenting up ocrats, when he replied: "Well, you all let will preach on the -- Ulh of August at the the example lou stole Joah Dye from Taylor street M. K. Church." This Hem at Crab Orchard Spring, Mil. M. I. lloUliNK, of .meatier I us." AiJoli Hilling would say, this ap- appear in the Newport department of the TMtlngher Iater,Mlu Florence Truehcart. pear to be "sarcaaum." Covington Uvmmonvrallh, but surely there Mit. and Mm, II. It. CiMMT, of CovTuimay wa the anniversary of the I some mistake about it. When Mr. R. ington, were here ynterday the guest of Mr. death of the notorioti and Infamous Jim left Kentucky it wa never to return. J. 1. llilley. Rev. II. M. Scudder announced on a llridgewater, who reigned with such ter Mm, W. T. (Irki-- ha gone to Man. ror in thla county during and after the recent Sabbath that the sixth of this month cheater to vinit the family of her father, war. Fifteen year have rolled by alnce was the anniversary of the 21th year of hi Gen. T. T. (IsrrarJ. Waller Plunder aped the bullet through partorate at Klitavillo. During that time Mm. J, II, I.ivincwtos, of Florida, in Ul brain, that laid him low forever. be had received upward of three hundred a rlaltlng Klder J. (I. Urlngiiton and other in the Presbyterian church and fifty The Ixal Hoard of Health haa made a here, baptized one hundred infants, preach rrlatlTra in thin county, Minn I.iuik Smith, of Ointlllr, who reort to the City Council, which ia much ed nearly two hundred funeral sermon haa been vUltlng Mr. M. K. Helm, left longer than the moral law, and it ia exceed- and married over two hundred couples. ingly doubtful if that body will ever take Flemlngabnrg Democrat yeaterday for Crab Orchard Hprlng". Mm Maky LonA.f, of IuI?llle, ac the ttmn to read it. Some of the suggesLAND. STOCK" AND CROP. tions are good and should be acted upon, companieil by Miss Annie Dunn, of Lilian-oH. F. Robinson bought of A. T. hut we fear that the great weight of the paarrived at her mother ycstertlay. 119 sheep at 3 cents. Col. F. I)K Funiak, (ienersl Man per will have the effect of smothering the II. T. Hush bought of W. E. Anion, 0 ager, went up to Ixmdon Wcdnmlay, in life out of the whole. cattle at 5 cents. They averaged 103S. hi special car, to examine the condition of The llace at Spring Hill Park, Crab John White sold to Robinson & Ware the new road. afternoon Orchard Springs, 153 pound at 3) cents. Com. T. P. Him. and W.U. Welch, promises to be a decided event for the lov l'J ewes, averaging Corn i worth $1.50 to $2 a bushel in fixing to at- ers of that kind of sport. Forty horse are ., are and It. C. Warren, and scarce tend the Democratic picnic and barbecue entered, and five races are on the programme. some of the mountain counties, at which time An additional grand stand has been erect at that. in Adair county, Kid. J. Q. Montgomery bought of W. a party of I.otiiaTllle democrat! will ed on the shady aide ol the park, and hogs, weighing 210, at Cot. Wolfortl with a horse, saddle and other step have been taken to secure the I'.. Amon, a lot of CJ cents. bridle. comfort of those who attend. Offers of $3 per barrel are being made A. Owsley's. Nkw flock of Jewelry anil Hilrerwxrn typho-mala-ri1 per-onn, Nun-nulle- y, pre-pe- Halt, Lime and Cement conlanlly on !" United 1 PENNY 27TH, 18S2. ifl:.STODOrJ SJECOS7V& win Kxiiiim AT DANVILLE, THURSDAY, JULY if. P3:.3VI.OIS,I,S, & & McALISTER riiarmaceutlcal rrtaratoDa a specialty. DRUGS, BO OKS, STATIONERY & FANCY ARTICLES. rtijilcltDt Trescrlptlona accurately compoundtl, PENNY McALISTER, ThoLARGEST STOCK of WAT0HES,0L00KS, JEWELRY AM) KUTVEKWAlti: Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than tho Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired on short notice, and Warranted. 3vi!oa:.nL7 tailor, STANFORD, KY., VVJlv H. C. RUPLEY, atyls. AN.V CVV r M aTaTTT-Tr- 11 I III ' - jr jSTlVII78E - BJ Takes this opportunity of thanking Ma patrons In Stanford and vicinity for thlr liberal support, and Hock thlaearly In lha aeaion, before Ulnf culled hopes to retain It, si he has arltcted a nrat-clat- a over, and It modern Circus, Circus. Iiulirpulally the grundctt and moul ilupemloui arpregation of amtucmenla of ancient or lime. A meteoric eontlellatuin of tht vorliTi artnie ttars A gigantic ijuadrijxirtaJc Museum, Menagerie and Aquarium, transported on immense rpteial railroad trains at e erpente, eviiioymg hundreds of men nnJ hones. Grand cosmopolitan and One oftltc targrtt and moot efficient arenic exhibitions ever presented to an amusement-lorin- g lie. Do not fail to tritnet the Grand Oriental Street Pageant, vhichmll mote in its tplentlor through the principal streets at 9 A. M. Trans-Marin- Comprises Everything that is New, II la motto la: From the beat of Foreign Makers. They will becut anduadsln flrit-dsi- s Cutting and Itepalrlng neatly and promptly dons. "To Excel." pub-- , princely CASEY COUNTY. n LOCAL MATTER S. Col. Varnos I now receiving subscripMoiiKtly fans at $3.00 at W. II. Wig- tion a to the stock of a street railroad to Re gins. built from the upper end of town to RichUsr. Cur. am Fhmczkim at coat by W. T. mond Junction, and ia disposing of it so fast that he tclla u he no longer ask how tlrern. jvalr at much a man wants, hut tell him the greatNewport Tim for 75 cenli est amount be can get. We saw him reItobt. S. I.ytle'a. " ahare of fuse a subscription of twenty-fiv- e Wr. are felling at cost for ilxty days to $100 each, yeaterday, and allowed the man A Co. reduce alocW. Hruce, Warren to take only five. Iniiii Potatoiu. I want to buy 00,000 The directors of the Danville A Crab buthela at once. A. T. Nunnelly fitanford. Orchard Turnpike Co., Mesa. J. 8. llosley, M. Pennington, J. W. Laukei, county double screened nut (1. A. Lackey, T. McAlister, Ja. McAlister and J.W.Uueat, coal 10 centa per bushel delivered. T. T. meeting here Wedl held their Davie.. nesday, when the Secretary, Itev. 8. S. I). Kf.AM in cloiing out bin Spring and mad a a report showing that Hummer Clothing at actual oost to make had been collected in toll during room for hi big Fall Stock. tho last six month and that JS50.32 had Mux. Kate Duuur.HAR would be very been paid for expenses, leaving a balance much obliged to thorn who are indebted to of $73.1 57 on band. her if they would call and fettle. Jew washtre thla week, A crowing are peddling "Florida Oil," a remarkable dis A Nl'MBHi of a uaual being put In, which evidence the fact that covery to Kllah furniture, and Council I lowly waking up to caught a number of suckers. He retailed the City the mixture, which waa a oor article of Its duties. linseed oil and something else, at $1 per Fahmkk deairlng to lay in their winter bottle, when our druggist would be glad upply of coal would do well to ceo the to get ten cent fur the same stuff. It I proprietors of Lincoln .Milt. It will be passing strange how credulous the average money in their pocket. man and woman are, and how quick they Pi.eahr Notick. All jieraon indebted are to bite at every Yankee ball thrown at to Hale A Nunncller. either by note or them. account will please come forward and ret The Oli. Seminary. In view of the tie Immediately. The business mutt be fact that thla old building ia faat woundup. A. T. Nunnelley. from view to make room for another of more modern appearance, we TilK Seminary Trustees received a letter sought Rev. S. H. McRoberts, the oldeat from Prof. Abne r Itoger yeaterday acceptProf, man living here, who waa born and ralaed ing the school for another year. The in the vicinity, to ascertain something of ia now in Urooklyn taking a apodal course it history. He tells us that the building in aome atudy he baa taken a fancy to. wa commenced in 1815 and that the Ural TlIK magistrates and conatable elected school waa held in it in 1810, before it wa at the approaching election, will not enter completed, by old Father Finley, for many upon the dutlc of their oflice till next yearsjuistor uf the Presbyterian church. June. The last Legislature nude an effort Mr. McR. wa nine year of age at that to change the law, but it was abortive. time and Is the only person now living who attended that teuton. When the subject The Republican will hold a meeting at of building the Seminary waa first agitated, to appoint ) the Mr. F. S. Rcid and Mr. Thomas Welch, delegate to the DIatrict Convention which each promerchant anil brothers-in-law- , here Augut 10th, aud to consider meet posed to donate an acre of land on which indethe question, of running an alleged Tbe latter owned the land to erect It. pendent ticket, where tho depot now stands and the former 1IA8K Hall. Our bora ahould quit now the hill which waa subsequently selected or get the colored nine to give them some (or the alte. At that time, both hills were point. Tueaday afternoon they went to heavily timbered with sugar maple and Danville to get away with tho picked nine other trees. The money to build It waa of that place, but came away decidedly ralaed by private subscriptions and by the Laving been beaten 10 scores; sale of some pu'blio lands in that part of the result standing 14 to 30. Kentucky known as the "Purchase," which had been given It by the State. Mess, Tho. Tub wife of a member of the "Knight Helm, Jo. Paxton and Hugh Hay were of the Wlw Men of the World," of which the principal mover in the enterprise and there tt a flourishing lodge here, ha juat for year cherished it with great pride. In drawn $2,000 from tho benefit fund on the huaband, Thla ia a colored 1827, an Irishman, Redmon O'Daugherty, death of her wsa elected principal ol the school and for organltallon, which, If properly managed, several year lie made it quite a reputamay do incalculable good; not only In assist- tion. Subsequently he waa elected to a Ing, but in Improving the race it benefit. , professorship in Centre College. Since then, ? Mr. Charles llarne, Rev. S. S. McRoberts, A COUPLE of fine colored gentlemen, it U alleged, ahe bad told a Ho on Hou. Robt. Illaln, J. 11. Myers, Iter. J. n damUarue aud many other have taught theiubeat Lou Tetera, a the other eight. The there and hundred of the present and rissel unmticifnlly next morning the hid them audited, when ing generations hereabout have had their tHe Judge fined tbetu, fomKuibry and firsl knowledge of book switched Into them Tnu ttaol. Con ami inlllrtpd j at the old Seminary ou the, hill, of which Johntonlfo tVe tune' of $0 for wllneaelng in a few day nothing will le left lo rethe beating without going to the woman' wind them of It. ulatance. ' for the coming crop of corn in Montgomery county. Wheat has dropped to 02 cents here, and sellers are inclined to held off a little. Hourbon New. W. D. Sutherland, of Clark, ha purchased the first new corn of the season of J. for $2 per barrel. A. Morris J. Farris sold to Col. R. J. bite, 100 cattle averaging 1200 lbi. for October delivery at 5 cent. A. T. Nunnelley sold to Collina Gen-tr- y 20 heifers, weighing COO pounds, at 3 and 12 of 500 pounds weight at 3 cent. It is estimated that $10,000 will be realized from the blackberry crop in this Somerset Reporter. ' county till season. Nh semi-annua- Owing to a ahortnes of grain tbe Lincoln Mills have been abut down for a week, but will begin work In a day or two on the new crop of wheat. South Carolina man claims that he acres of land, C31 raised this year from 3 bushel of oats, or 181 bushels to the acre. Ho sowed 28 bushcli on the lot. In Cincinnati wheat quoted, choice hard Red sold at $1.07 to $1 08. No. 2 new Kill sold at $1 02 to $1 05, No. 2 old do at $1.05, and No. 3 Red at $1 spot. The date of delivery for $1 wheat closed here yesterday. It ha been so wet that but few farmer were able to thrash. They will now have to take tbe market price. Wright A McCormack sold to Wakefield, Farris & Allen, for September delivery, 21 good feeding cattle at 1 cents, to weigh at that time J,100 pounds. Of the W.J.Walker land in Madison, 3121 "re Mild Tuesday at $107.10; 476 acre at $10.23, and 29 acre of slash land at $7. The total so far is $G4,05, and still there' more to follow, Georgetown Court From 350 to 400 cattle on the market at Georgetown on Monday, which told at price ranging from 3) to 5 cents. Nothing extra good on sale; demand fair. How told well; common plug $20 to $75; better one $100 to $125; not many on the market. The army worm is eating the grain In Kentucky, little red ant are eating the army worm and sparrow are eating the ants. What a blessed world of compensation lid Is. Now if your uncle crow would be king of the situation, let him gobble up the A 1 eatl-mat- -- ' suck-heape- d much-neede- -- ' disap-pearin- g Libert. There are in Casey county 27 sawmills sawing about 250,000 feet of lumber i day. Married, on the 14th, F. M. Wheeler to Amanda Coffman. On the 15th, T. W. Wesley to Malisse Uodby. On the ICtti, James Clark, aged G8, was unitited to Mrs. Nancy Hatter, aged CO. The firm of McCain A Alstott, who were some time ago financially embarrassed, have paid ever cent they owed, and are now iquare with the world and better prepared to do a profitable business than ever. The candidates for Congress in this, the Kleventh Disfrict, Gen. F. L. Wolford and Capt. Carr, will address the people of on the 2Cth. this county at the Krery voter in the county ia requested to be present. Next Monday will be County Court day, and we are sure that there will be a large crowd in town, a all the candidates for the county offices are going to speak. Doors open at 1 o'clock sharp. A lively time is expected. Old man Whitley Rill Smith died last Monday at 2 o'clock at the age of 90 yars. He was a soldier in the war of 1812, and ha for many year been a pensioner. He waa one of the oldest citizens of this county, and leave a wife and four children in destitute clrcumitance. Klder W. 11. Cloyd pleached here last Sunday and Sunday night, and announced that there will be a protracted meeting held here beginning on the 3rd Sunday in August, and erhapa continue two weeks. Ha haa nut fully determined who he will get to assist him. Jesse Fogle, a prominent young lawyer from Hartford, Ky., waa with hia old friend here last Monday, Runk Wilkinson got home last Friday, He ha been gone 18 months. Spent part of bis time in Illinois, the remainder at Leadvtlle. He say that he will remain in Kentucky only a short time. Mr. and Mrs. Rue, of Cin cinnati, accompanied by Mis Klla Fay, are visiting II. V. riillip. Mis Oollie Cabbie and Mrs. Silas Adams have the fever. George T. l'ortman, of your town, is with the old folks at home this week. Mr. and Mrs. It. T. Fierce will go to Russell county on a visit next week. Court-house Tobias HufTaker, a talented young WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN minister of the church of Christ, will deliver a farewell series of sermon this week before taking his departure to Arkansas. Mrs. Carrie Francis is quite sick of malaall Kinds of Husie, Htrchnli. rial fever. Mis Lucy Jones also ia confined to her room with the same disease. Mr. Milton Elliott and family and Miss S I1., O. Jennie Prewitt, a very pleasant young lady from Kirksville, have returned home after Grand PIANOS, Square PIANOS, and Upright PLANOS, spending several day visiting friends in thi vicinity. Mrs. Sue Russell and family In Rosewood, Satinwood, Mahogouy, French Walnut and Ebonized Cases, in elegant designs to correspond with any stylo ni Furniture. hare gone to Colnmbia to spend a few day before returning to their home in LouisOrgans, Chanel Organs, Church Organs, ville. Prof. Sewell ha returned borne after making a hurried visit to his family in With ono Manual, with two Manuals and Pedals, containing the most beauLouisville tiful, powerful aud useful combinations ever procured in reed Instruments. A CLAMOR PROM THE CUMBERLAND. oo.. PIANOS AND OEGANS ToiaciNr IM oa:xjo3: Mi, rJ d Mn NO. 66 WEST FOURTH CINCINNATI, Elegant Parlor Editor Interior Journal. Where, oh where are the gallant young gentlemen ol Lincoln ? Must your corespondent remain the only youth to sustain at the Fall the reputation of our historic old county? We have a large collection here of young ladlei unsurpassed in beauty, brilliancy and bouyancy; but the beaux are few and in great demand. True, we have a considerable number of the male persuasion, but they remind one of the compositson of I'ob Roy's army, "made up of old men who are past fighting, and boy who have not come to it." Of the few who can be relied on for active duty the Doctor and Hal Canine(the latter of Louisville) are detailed to guard each a lovely prisoner, and tbe remnant will be unable to "hold tbe fort" should the feminine assailants be reinforced which they surely will before thi week is over. Lincoln is called upon, therefore, for her quota of her best and bravest, and ahe was never recrea-an- t. In good sober earnest, which ha always been conceded to be my most marked characteristic, we hare one of tbe very pleas-ante- tt societies in which I have ever mingled at any place of public resort. High- toned, intellegent, affable and courteous, and all apparently happy in themselves and pleased with their surroundings; there has been nothing thus far to mar for a moment the gushing gladness of the Heeling hours. "Soc" is proving himself indeed a "host" and Mrs. () Is winning commendalon from all. We have been looking for you and "cousin Kate." Gaze over upon tho wild and wierd scenery of the Cumberland and confess that Virginia lias nothing to equal it. We invite the public attention to our largo and well selected stock oi and our unequalod facilities for furnishing tho 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 housWo have reached lower es doing exclusively n I'iano and Organ trade. prices than have been tendered by any dealers in this market, and guarantee all instruments as represented. We sell on easy monthly or quarterly payments, and any instrument taken on trial, not proving as represented, may Wo solicit correspondence) with persons desirbe returned at our expense. ing to purchase, and take pleasure in answering all inquiries. JOHN CHURCH Sc CO. PIANOS and ORGANS, GEO. D. WEAREN, STANFORD, LANCASTER and HUST0NVILLE. DEALER IN Grain, Wool, Orchard Grass and other Seeds, WAYNE COUNTT. Monticelh. Court-houiH- aparrow. Hog Hourbon News. creat-fallc- e, Lo-to- aable-hue- & are north from 2 to 3 cent time more per pound than at till last year. Cattle are much higher than then, while lamb go at about the same figurea. Thla day a year ago, wheat wa selling at $1.05 here, and It afterward went up to $1.50; now it i quoted at 85 to "0 cents. The Georgetown Tirnti say that uome ale of wheat were made on Monday at one dollar, but in the afternoon aome of thejgenU received instruction lo quit buying. The current price are now 85 to JO cent. Willi Gunnell sold to Jno. 11. Hary eight head of cattle, averaging 1,520 pound at $0 02J cent per cwt. In Cincinnati cattle are rather quiet at $2 75 to $3.75 for common; $5 to $5.75 for good to choice butcher grades; $5.75 to $7.25 for fair to choice shipper and $125 to $5 for feeding and grading steer. There U but little activity in the hog market, and price are lower. Selected butcher $8.40 lo $8.1)0: commou. $0.75 to $7.45. Sheep are dull at 3 to 5 cents, and lamb done, I are quiet at 4 to 0; cull, 3 to rumored that two or more couple of our young people are to change name and relations at no distant day. Al. Hobitt of color would have been killed by having hia clothing caught in machinery of a thresher, but for a contrivance for stopping machinery at once. Hampton Prentiss, an epileptic, who live with hi widowed aiater, Mr. Roberts, near hero, waa seited with epilepsy while e last standing near the head of a Sunday, and fell to tbe foot without halting, lie Is so Injured that he can not recover. The festive blackberry still tlourisbrs In great profuaion, and the hill women are happy. The fruit crop la not general. Some orchard are full of both early and late fruit, other have none of either. It i said that tho wet weather haa blasted the white oak mast, are appropriating all tbe time between showers that can be utillted for threshing wheat. Several new separators have been introduced thi season, and the crop would be disposed of on abort order if weather would favor. The crop that have been threshed turned out even better than waa anticipated, Petition for submitting local option to the voter of the eeveral district of tbe county were not filed in time to have the matter tested at the August election, but will probably be submitted In November. There i a dispoaltlon on tbe part of our more considerate cltiten to counteract the pernlclou elled of whltky if it can be It i July 19. 3P aire blmajoli. la rireDSrtil to work on ol Ills I . I HEW AUTKUTISKJtE.tTS. It I s-'nia- C sra- "VS7" O w.A.or, I . I Gc I 1 3ST I S, U.O teams and TEAMS, strongPtonlnitton Its will teauia to powers II dnlrbd. haatwocood. STOLEN Oil STRAYED. A black boras Mills, 2 years old, IS), band blah, Tbe Mul. waa awn following a little place, l'leaa Lsodruui on riunds ttfoliig, near golDg toward McKlnoej. Neither Landruui nor tbe mule baa been seen alnce. Laodrum la a toudk stair-caB- ur A liberal reward will bsglrea for tbe return of the inula and capture of tbe tblel, If tbe inula baa been atolen. 61 WH, 11. CI.OYla. iusd, about S leet t lncbes. aharp featured and McKlnner.Kjr. ELECTION NOTICE. n .taction will Ixbrld In lbs Turneraillls clill dlitrkt lu Llneulu county for a Juitlce of tbe l'eacelor in uoeipireu portion 01 ins irrui 01 Jobn t'sth, hi , detested. Alio, at tb Miue time, ill Walnut H.i .llilrlrl. for Oumt.ble. to till a TS- caucT uulli Junel.lSSi. cauicd by lbs failure of It. W, urern to ijuaiiijr. CI w. r. McltlNNKV. HcHpcrM, Coroner nIll.miluiIII.U1IIV III .tfliru'Y. IflM BUGGIES NeU-IMmler- T CABRIAO-ES- , Coru-l'lHulcr- of Uucvln County. Untlu Drills CiiltlrHtot-H- Moxuru, HtwltukcN, Nulby PlewH, , JlHrruHH, liiK C'orH-Nhellern, DESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE. Ntraw-CiiUei-- llHy-l'rew- e, MHfbtuvH HHd Tkrettk- - KuKiHtm, ' 4, I onr for eal iuj bouae, ou tbe cottage order, And other Implements and Machinery. We buy exclusively from Manufacturer!, with 6 ruouta aud a Knh and about 8 acres of laud lots, and consequently obtain the largest discount and direct, for oash, in car-lo- ad sltacbed, Immediately on lb blanfurd X lluaton-Ti- ll Goods at Reasonable Prices lowest rates of freight. Our motto is t 'Tirst-ola- si plkejutlabots lb Wooleu Mills. Ou aald I. nil llipr. urn .uiu 7u ulucted IrulL treea now the Best is always the Cheapest." Bespectmlly, water and pleney of Hi all bearing; uever-fallln- g necewary and a good turns aprlng-boiu- e. Stanfoid.Ky. Jobn H. Murpby bating IlieJ bar 4 or 0 years, aaya be ue w lltred at a more plesunt place at Managers W. Ii. anywhere. W. H. IIUC'UKK, lluitoatlli Depot Managar Lancaster Depot. Stautord, Ky. lil.;ui wrriiKH.s, GEO. D, WEAREN, giu:i:n wii.mamn, HI mi-W&- tt fife 3nlmor$ound 2CTC. "Htnnur, Did Your Friday Morning. -- July 21, 1882 M,lt Fini and the Bull. Mlko took a notion to co in a swimming, nnd had just got his clothes off, when ho jaw Deacon Smith's bull making nthim tho hull was a vicious animafaml had como near killing two or'lh'roo persons consonucntly Alike to call for help, for ho was naked, and the nearest placo from whence assistance coul'! arrive was tho meeting home, which wai at tho timo filled with worshippers, among whom was 'Jtho gal Mike was paying his tlcvo-lion- s to." Ho he dodged tho hull ns ho camo at him, and managed to catch him by tho tail. Ho was dragged round till nearly dead, and when ho thought ho could hold no longer, he mado up his mind ho had letter ''hoi- Inr." And now wo let him tell his own story: "So looking at tho matter in all its lpnrini. Jciim to the conclusion that I had belter let somebody hiow xchar Juxu. So I gin a yell louder than a locomotive whistlo, and it warn't long lxjforo I seed tho Deacon's two dogs a comin' down liko as if they were scein' which could get tlmr first. Iknowed who they were artcr they'd jino tho bull acin me. I war sartin, for tha war orfully wenomous and had a spito agin me. So, says I, old brindle, as ridin' is as cheap ns walkm' ou this route, if you have no objections, I'll iust tako a deck passage on that 'ere back o'yourn. So I wasn't vrrjr long felt rathar "juhas." IIo liiln't waut getting astride him; then, if you'd bin Appointment!, or Attenthar, you'd swore thar warn't nothin tion to Comfort of human in thatar mix, tho silo flew so their Quests. tho critter and I railed round orfully as one the field one dog on one side and IlKEMt Mlllk ttiTtirS to ml frM thtdtptt frerckrf. vpffl.l arriiiNMaiUtlaii ktt on tho other trying to clinch my Hit will taC.nmrrrUITrif.lrra.Tlio d alntji kaprll'd Kltk Iki fkolrtit feet. I prayed and cusssod, and kr.iil.rLlqiori itil CUtri. coukla't tell prayed, untill I which Idid at last and neither warn't ot no use, they war so orfully mixed up. Well, I reckon I rid about half an hour this way when old brindle Vfl iiOVltI4r. SVUOOIs DESUHt thought it war time to stop to take in Oftneiuont ippToteJ pattern, .i.inuticttirrl by a supply of wiml and cool oil a little. A. II Aifclr. Chlen.ro, In gh. order u4 cheap. Inquire it Oirtitltr. Church, Hut toot 111, or U So when lie got round to a tree that tlrrM J. It. II IT I. A 1 Imlll, Ky. Female Ferocity. stood tbar, ho naterally halted. So, exFemnlo ferocity gavo a thrilling stz.I, old boy, you'll lose one passenhibition of itself at the contest between ger, tartin. Sol just dumb upon a The following Washington story Jano McKellar and Frances McNair, branch, kalkerlatin to roost thar till I front, you know, and pinned a red EDWARD H. FOX, Propr., starve, afore I'll ride round that ar table cloth on for a train, and they comes through the correspondence of at Lumbcrton, N. C. Both had fallen the Chicago 'limes : madly in lovo with tho same man, and I war makiu' tracks danced tho can can." way nny longer. Nottli-K.Curorr of )Llu iud Third blmlii tor the top ot the tree, when I heard Justaf this point pa came hotqe to "There had been a good deal said to seo which should poscss him, they sometliin' makin an orful buzzin' over dinner, and the bad boy said, "pa, I in tho newspapers for several days agreed to fight. Jane was tho larger DANVILLE. - - KENTUCKY my head. I kinder looked up, and if was just telling ma what a nice time about the possible indictment of Sena- and more muscular, but whilo Franrtlltf-- t mj rootna.wlh all of tht there warn't well, thar's no use of you had the first night sho went away tor. Kellogg, and he became very much ces was spare, sho was litho aud quick Hiving mulernluiproTeiu.QU, (now btra lha irritated at it. Ho finally decided up- of motion. They fought each other swearing uow, but it war the biggest with the pillows and "HenneryP says tho old centlo on a determined course. He took a liko tigera, uud finally Jano succeeded Finest (inllcry In Central Kentucky hornet's nest ever built. You'll "gin Mike, 'cause there's man, severely, "you are a confounded carriage, went to the White House, in throwing her small but plucky op Whrn jou tlttl Dtoflllr, don'l 111 I la call ioJ m in" now, I reckon, and had a confidential talk with tho poncnt, nnd with her heavy knee me. Kwlfullj, no help for you. But an idea struck fool." me then, that I would stand a heap "Isick," said tho wife more severe Prcsidont. He said: 'I want this pressed iu the stomach of tho prostrate i:mvAiu ii fox, rhetognphtr Kj Geological Surnj tatter chanco ridin' the bull than wbar ly, "why did you bring a female homo thing stopped right now. If you pro- noruan, grasped her by the throat ahead well I was. Sez I, old feller, if you'll hold with you that night? Have you got pose to let that man Bliss go of that with tho fury of a tigress and Finand indict mo on the testimony nigh choked the life from her. 1632. on, I'll ride to the next station any- no A GRAND COMBINATION, 1632. how, let that be whar it will. So I "O, ma," says the bad boy, "it was d d scoundrel Walsh, I will resign ally, by a last terrible effort, Frances, just dropped on him agin, and looked not a woman. It was young Mr. my Beat iu tho United States Senate who had been wriggling upon the Semi-WeekInterior Journal to sea what I had gained by chnngin' Brown, pas clerk in the store, you quicker than a flash, and that will ground liko a serpent in agony, gave a leave your Senato iu the hands of tho sudden twist of the body, forcing her quarters; and gentlemen, I'm a liar if know. "Urn said ma, with a quiet ami o democrats.' Mr. Kellogg went on to antagonist to lose lior seat, nnd fall thar warn't nigh half a bushel of the say that life was too short for him to sideways to the ground. Before sho Weekly Courier - Journal stinging varmint ready to pitch into and a Bigh. Frances got on One jur lor me when tho word "go was gin. "Hennery," said his stern parent, lie bothered with such troubles. IIo could recover herself, bowie-knifpirr 8. Sothetwoilcof one. for little mere than and Well, I reckon they got it, for all "I want to see you thero by the coal had a fortune, and he had been through her feet, drew a Hy luring ua SIM foil wlllrerrlr C.rono jur hands started oil tor our company. bin for a minute or two. You aro tho too much smoke and slander tocaro to pliiugcd it into tho heart of Jane Mcthe jour home aper with Some of 'em hit the dogs, about aquart gaul durndest fool I ever see. What be put on tho gridiron again, at tho Kellar who died with one gasp. Then, rrpretentatlre neiparr the the tauth. and the or struck me, and tho rest on urinule. you waut to learn the first thing you mercy of such a man as Walsh. He on sight of tho gaping wound, tho vic- heat, brlgbtMtand ahlnt lamllr Wwkljr In the United State. Those who drtlre to eitmlnea can do au at This timo the dogts led oil fust, dead do is to keep your mouth shut," and explained to the President his connec- tor in the fight fell across tho dead railecwp'ot the tion with Walsh, and that it was per body, where she was found. A par- this office. bent for the old Deacon's and as soon then they went on with the frugal as old brindlo and I could get under meal, while Hennery seemed to feel as fectly legitimate. Ho had borrowed ty bad followed them but too lato to STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, And as i war only though something was coming Peck's monoy of bun as a broker, and their prevent tho terriblo tragedy. way we followed relations were such as any public man a deck passenger, and has notuin to Sun. SundayA clergyman aroso to address n would be justified 'in holding with a Ii:rOTHT,8T.NF(lUU, KY., do witli stecrin' the craft, I sworo if I class, and to gain time to It is not very difficult to become a broker. 'Now, said Kellogg, 'I did -school had, we shouldn't' have run that chan G.G.WINE, nel; innvhow. But, as I said afore nihilist, at least in theory. We have not come up here to threaten, or any arrange Ms thoughts, lie Degnu; ourselves been nt times afflicted with a thing of that sort. I merely show you "Well, children, what sort of a speech DIULK1IN tho'dogs took tho lead brindle and I feeling that the wealth of this world the position I take. If this thing goes shall I make?" following tho query next, and tho hornets dreckly nrter Ituuuiuenli, deany further, I resign.' This is given withnn appropiate pause, and intendllraditunc, tho dogs yellin', brindle belleriu', and has not been distributed with that Tablets, ie gree of discrimination which we think as ono of tho explanations for tho sud ing to coon with tho lines which ho Uarhle Work the hornets buzzin' and stingiu. I had selected. To his astonishment a , of all kind,didn't say nothin, for 'twan't no use. might have been shown. There are men den dropping ot tho case." neatly eieeuhand went up in tho back part of tho ) Well, we'd got about two hundred who really seem to have too much and lel and Snake Stohy. Col. Abo Dorsey tho Deacon we aro personally acquainted with one caught a littlo garter snade in his car- - room, l (linking that a choice by the IsVfr? yards from the house, and tntrtd. lteri'BJfnW tlftUeandnll scholars might suit them and help man who has too little. This gentleheard us aud cum out. I seed him den yesterday, and confining the rephold up his hands and turn white, I man to whom we refer could use mon tile in a box, handed it to a well him, tho little fellow was given leave on ippllca-lloly reckon ho was prayiu' then; for ho did ey gracefully, could spend it lavishly, known gentleman as a specimen of his to speak, and the good man was taken not expect to be called for soon, and it would be willing to give largo sums wheat crop. Upon opening the box entirely by surprise when tho laconic warn't long, neither, afore the hull annually to charitable institutions, the party threw it on tho pavement, answer came, "Make a short one." LANE & BODLEY CO. congregation men, women and chil- and doesn't feel inclined to spend on swearing it was a snake; but tho by- The hint was taken. AWARDED dren cum out. and then all hands went himself any more than is needed to standers insisted that it was a pile of Tho community was astonished last satisiy the tastes of a high and noble to yellin'. None of 'em had the fust wheat, and picking up his snakoship, week, by the announcement that Gov. notion that brindlo and I belonged to nature, but unfortunately he has only proved by the crowd that such was Blackburn had pardoned Ben Mickey, OYTHC the world. I jist turned my head and a slender income, and must even ask the case. "Well," remarked tho vic- the most infamous murderer that has ATLANTA COTTON EXPOSITION, passed the hull congregation. 1 seed the price of a suit of clothes before he tim with a shudder, "I don't want to over disgraced tho soil of Kentucky. OM TMClJI n uoesseem a nine naru dispute your word, gentlemen, but I When the pardoning power is used to the run would 1)0 up soon, for brindle uuys-inecouldn't turn an inch from a fence that while some have so much this feet it about time for mo to swear off." turn loose upon society such abandoned Steam Engine and Saw that stood dead ahead. Well, we particular individual should have so We noticed our friend later in the aud desperate wretches as Mickoy it little, and as he is not particular about reached tho fence, aud I went ashore, aihlblttd at Atlanta In 1181. evening with a blue ribbon pinned ou becomes a menace to personal security Manufacturer! of Steam Kntinei. DolUn, over the old critter's head, landiu' on names and does not care whether you tho lappel of his coat. Banner. rather than a safeguard as it was in- Bate Mllli, (lane Kdieri, Lath Machine!, Hah the other side, and lay thar stunned. call it nihilism or communism or soand ciuoke Machinery, bhaftlnr. Mangers, Henry county Local. tended. Uearinr, (IriitanJ Flour Mills It warn't long afore some on 'em war cialism, we know that he would apAdvice to an Owjian Boy. Go fSD.I rur Kpfrlil tlrrulir ofour .1, 1 l'lantalloa prove of any honest means by which into tha country as far away from tho The largest feo ever obtained in this haw Hill, which ire sell for nqtrKarred cum runnin' to see what I war, for all hands kalkerlaled that the such a redistribution of tho world's city ns you can, aud get work on a country by a lawyer, is that of of II. bull and I belonged together. But wealth could be made as would place farm. You will have a better chanco J. Bigloy, of Now York. Importers, when brindld walked off by himself, in his hands a sum sufficiently large to get along there than in this crowd uuder a decision of the Supreme court, they seed bow it war, aud one of 'em to cover the cravings of a noble and ed town. Thero you will be able to will havo refunded to thcmaboutSll,-000,00- 0 Special attention alven to I'lantatlon Ma- excessive import duties, colsaid, "Mike Fink has got the wust of generous nature. The money would savo a large eliaro of what you earn, be euro to reach him if it were placed even if your wages are small, and if lected from them on wool, and Mr. chinery. IllutlratrU Cirrulnrt ee. the scrimmage ouco in his life! LANE & BODLEY CO., Gentlemen, from thai day I dropped in our bauds. His postoflico address your conduct is good you may marry Bigloy obtains fifty per cent, of it as JohnJt Miller S$.. Cinttnnall, the courtin' bizincs, aud never spoko and our own are singularly aliko. daughter within ten or fif- his feo, which amounts to 85,500.000. a farmer's to a gal since, and wheu my hunt is The funeral took place tho other day, teen years, and become the owner of a Elizabeth Perkins, of Maine, only New York Sun. up on this yearth, thar wont be any of Col. William B. McLean, who had farm yourself. got a verdict of 825 on a a o more Finks, and it's all owin' to Dca-co- the singular fortuno to reside upon the case tho other day. Not "Pa, am I a little sinner?" "Yes, Smith's bulll" Uucceswie to Pauiherly L lloluirs, fields of Bull Bun and Appomattox my son, we are all sinners." 'And, much of a bonanza, but she had tho Tho theory that multitudinous hich when tho two armies met at those two papa, the Bible says tho dovil is tho satisfaction of fcoling that tho jury - - KKMUCKV, buildings and tapering spires so dis places at the beginning aud end of tho father of shiners, doesn't it?" "Yes, slurred tho man by insinuating that 8TAM'OHI. war. After Bill Run, anticipating dear, I believe it does." "Then, papa, she wasn t damaged much in not tribute electricity that eevoreand damMlwuraCTUaira or aging thunder-storare rare in great contiuued hostilities in that neighbor are you tho devil?" His oHijiring's cities, is strengthened by the fact that hood, he bought a farm near the Ap- logic was too much for him, and ho Thero aro iiQt a few people in tho Fine Carriages, Buggies, up to a recent date London had not pomattox River, to which he removed slipped out of tho room without ancommunity who aro morally iu tho his family. It was on this farm that swering. been visited by a tingle thunder-stor- m, chaotic conditon of tho boy who wrote whereas fatal accideuU from lightning General Leo completed his formal act Two Michigan girls wont bathing iu in a composition: "I would rather of surrender -(- JhiaMgo Tribune. have been uuuaually numerous in the Lako Huron, and had fun riding on a bo a pollywogif I was a rhinoceros, midland counties" of England. The An English parson gives ginger alo log a first; but a wind blow them sov-er- though if I was, I supposo I wouldu't. same theory is curiously contradicted at the Lord's m Supper. Lady Brassey miles from tho shore, and for by tho records of the Berlin Fire Brimentions that in one of tho South Sea thirty-s- ix It is not generally known that a few hours tlioy wero burned by gade, which show thut recently in a Islands the Missionaries had to substisprigs of cedar brush, mixed with hay single hour, the brigade received tute cocoanut milk for wine, as the day, chilled by night, and tortured by or anykind of litter for hens' nests, hunger, beforo a boat picked them up. twenty-eig- ht calls to extinguish fires will keep them ontirely frco from cup never reached the third communicaused by lightning. When tho doctor becomes encour lice. cant without replenishing. Possibly Tukiup the human raco as a tho parson has had similar painful ex- aged aud orders you off to "a warmer AND It is estimated that the number of cliniato'docs ho really mean that his whole, it is observed thut races living perience. AMD ii e last prescription will probably provo horses in tho United States is 12,000, almost exclusively ou meat have been 000. Illinois is'said to contain All impetuous man at Winona, fatal? tho most savage oues. Nothing is so Miss,, failing to coax a girl to elopo WAGONS OF ALL KINDS. of that number. o w Very few men are great enough to apt to transform a human ltelng into a with au marry him, lassoed her as she of all doacrlptloni. We manufacture Tho United States produces thirty employing ouly Uarriices workmen and a savage as to pay thirty cents a pound was going to church, and was draggiug lcar praise, but a largo number of us u lusU'rlil, aud for a roast, and then find it as tough her toward a Justice's office when sua- - aro just small cuough to bo louud per cent of nil the grain of tho world, Dtfureaatyle, wuikuiauihlpand lell at reasonable materiel eousli aud thirty-on- o perceut of tho meat. ered. (Ill UAUUIIKHl'V sV II V lit:. fault with constantly. l'lilladelphitt News. cor came. as sole leather. cuss-edian- he can conceal his real feelings, nnd 1)0 polito to old Indies who nsk for samples of soventeen diflcrcnt pieces of calico, his employers somotimes increase his weekly pay Id fifteen dollars. livo dollars goes lor board; tho othor ten ho invests in clothes, hair oil, nnd tho hire of a buggy on Sunday. Ho wears his hair pasted down on his foro head in a half circle, nrid f the proprietor of a iwect smilo, which snrcadi a hard citizen, and don't you forgot all ncrois his countenance nnd ilifTii04 IIo hasn't been homo a singlo night itself over tho whole establishment until after cloven 6 clock, nnd he was when the young Indies call to tired every night, and had gomclxxl y get a ribbon matched. lie natures como homo with him. theso young ladies that it is "no trou"0 heavens Hennery, said tho ble to show goods;" hois respectfully mother, with a sigh, "aro you sure deferential to matrons with marriageabout this?" able daughters; is charmingly familiar surer says tho bail "I was with country customers, nnd dignified on tho whole racket. Tho first night and noncommittal with mala purchasthey came homo awful tickled, and I ers who forget whether It was four cucss they drank sorao of your Soto yards of bluo insertion or n quart of dont, 'causo they seemed to foam at foulard nainsook double-widtstriped tho mouth, Pa wanted to put his hose that they were told to get. friend in tho spare bed, but thero were Tho dry good clerk wears a seal ring no sheets on it, and ho went ruraaging and a gorgeous expnnso of shirt culT, around in tho drawers for sheets. Ho When a customer has got all ho has got out all tho towels and ordeted, tho clerk says, "Any thing s and mado up tho bed with else?" aud then, in a very nfllucnt the first night. O, they raised thun- voico shouts "Cashl" When ho returns der around tho room. Pa took your tho customer's chanco ho again says night shirt, you know the one with "Any thine else?" Why he Bays it wo the laco work all down in front, and can not understand, as.no ono has over put a pillow in it, and set it on a chair, known tho query to causo a customer then took a burned match and marked to purchase even an additional shirt eyes and noso bu the pillow, and put button. your bonnet on it, and then they had a After the store is closed in tho oven-inwar dance. Pa hurt tho bald spot on the dry goods clerk refreshes him his head by hitting it against tho glass self by rolling up tho pieces of goods chandelier, and then ho said dammit. that, in tho coureo ot business, he has They then throwed pillows at each opened during the day, and in discuss other. Pa's friend didn't have any ing tho financial and social standing night shirt, nnd pa gavo his friend one and the imperfection of character of of your'n,and tho friend took that old the old ladies who have an insatiable hoop-skir- t in the closet, the ono pa al- craving tor samples, but who never ways steps on when he goes into the buy any thing. closet after a towel, and put it on unThe dry goods clerk lives in a boardder the night-shirt- , and they walked ing house, in an 8x10 room that has a around, arm in arm. 0, it mado me small window opening on the back tired to see a man pa's ago act so like a yard, through which the dying echoes darn fool." of the smell ot cooked codfish balls "Hennery," said the mother with a may be distinctly heard as theygeiitly deep meaning in ber voice, "I want to float from tho kitchen on the evening ask you one question: Did your pas breeze. His ambition in life is to friend wear a dress?" marry some girl whoso father will set "0, yes,' said the bad boy, coolly, him up in business, or to be a drumnot noticing the pale face of his ma, mer. Sifting. o "the triend put on that old blue .dress He Batktd Tlitm Out. pistol pocket in of yours, with the boy's metfterwefl town for a' week; homo she found every thine topsy turvy. Tho beds were all mussed up, and thoro was not a thing hung up any whero. Sho called the boy and asked what in tho deuce had been going on, ho mado it pleasant for his pa about as follows! 11 Well, ma, I know I will eel killed, but I shall dio liko a man. When pa met you at tho depot, he looked loo innocent for Any kind of uso, but ho'a ' TbailbM Brenr' Pa't Friend Wear a ad,wli?'sltecfs paid 612,50 n&u who H counter and k(cek stafct b dVyioe4 ! Tin dry gowk oferki,awHiriMn a M The Diy Goods Cltrk, In Leadnlle, If oycWungevJ IIo had on a SrRiir a hat, rggdrold tutiHrvet stilt KENTUCKY and ho had been taking his meals LANCASTER, about thirty hours apart to niako his money carry him through. JOHN T. IIIWIINS, I'KOriUKTOIt. "Yos. I liko tho country out that way, he replied to tho nuorr. "iho HOTEL A riRST-CLAS- S climato i cood. tho rconery it fine, nnd ns honest as need bo. Tho In every particular, Thspitrnniaeol Ihe publle somo nro SIk.KM m bfewyhHM(rom nd HIGOXNK MOUNE! Cincinnati, New Orleans & Tens Pacific iror Railway. TiAi3BiXii3ai riiiMriK JuneM, IIM. lnefteit CINCINNATI STATIONS. IHVISKIN, LB. --tiik moit nr.siiuni.F.itotiTK R. O- T- And ilefl.le.lly the ivpnler Itoiile, affunllnf, 11 II does, less, (hinges and superior cromhiodatlone to CINOINNATII Mlnourl, Iowa, Xaaiai, Texai, tmublo U in knowing low to tnko ollcltnt, tml Mllthctlon (iitrinlpfnl. (Il-tr- ) it n ly, h table-cloth- table-cloth- "Not a bit of it. I'll explain. I was poking around on tho hills nnd I collected somo specifound signs. mens for asnv. slaked off n claim and went oil to tho assaycr's. It was two days before ho let mo know that I had struck tho richest ore that ho had over assayed, and then I hurried back to my claim. Hang my buttons if it hadn t been jumped." "How?" "Why a gang of sharpers had found tho "spec," nnd built up a polo shanty and hung out a sign ot iirsi uapitsi Church over tho door. True as shoot- inir. thoy had; and tho law out thero is that uo man can sink a limit within two hundred tect of a church building. Thoy saw mo coming, and when I got thero they wero holding n rovival. Thero wero six of them, and thoy got up ono after another and told how sorry thoy were, and would you bo- liovo it? thoy hnd tno cneck to nsk me to lend oil in singing. I went to law, but they beat me. Thrco days alter tho verdict tho First Baptist church was burned down, and before the ashes were cold tho congregation were developing n mino worth S3,TJ00, 000. You see I didn t know how to take them. "Was thero any particular way to tako them?" "You bet thero wasl I ought to havo opened on tho revival with a Winchester rifle, and given tho coroner 850 for a verdict that they camo to their death from too much religion." tho bad one." "I should think that would Iwoasy." "Yes, it looks that way; but I had somo experience. I nm tho original ditkiverer of tho richest initio nround Lcndvillc. Yes, I am tho very man, though von wouldn't think it to eo these old clothos." "Then you don't own it now?" ST.ASAPHHOTEL Mnlu .Nl.,NlHiironl, Ky. !.. Clwlniwll.... " OeoriRtown.,.. . JOHN DINWIDDIE.PRO'R. OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 Itoek vm.nl Hpiln taty Arr Clialtaneoita I.Te. " lntn. " NIholi.irie, " lll(h lirhlfe iarmiin.., " JunflSan City " Hewrf ft ...... " IVrtnl llnrnvM ' . The North. Notthweit and Went, fn tart, If you It. I M P.M. I'V. cnnUnillsUa lilii In any dire, lion, your Interest will lieliestserted by purrhnliij your ticket fla IM ait K C and Cincinnati. ITrslneeith wsy Jil'iill-ma- n lit!) ait II 10 lalirel ais, Klrcinl New liar Custhes, and II Ml 149 MM hsndsoiiDly furnished llerllnlne t'hslr Cere lorn, Ul Ml till lM Ihe iinciiiled l(iilrniniH nf ibis Did Itellshle, trip oler ut; io m III! Iherehy tnsklnft a pleasure. this line one nl luiu-Mo9t Try II. 1 emefort and a( x nay Aem m ... .. L5 A.M. iu no i it H7 210 it "a tt 11 lr 61 mi 71 H DM no TIMB TA1UK, IN He in ii liKr-Klt- f I MAY II, llll. m m n.i. a (Kl . i M wi.i. 1 41 p 4 xi n a ao p 7 00 p 7 SO p 13 I rvvr 8 31 pin 7 40 ) " BOARD. 32.00 PER DAY. Special Accommodation to Commercial Travelers. " 1'olnt lhirMlde " PMiternet . . .. " Junrlleii City.. H.ntlll. KprliHtniy ltnekwr.l 'hlHeiitva. . 111 I IH, A 041 10 J s wer 7 lit A.M IMM P.M. loon l.te. OtrlnitUn " Falmouth Cynthliu Parts Arr Keilnitlon " Baggage Transferred Free of Charge Ilbavo recently taken ohargo of this house and intend to have accommodations. first-class Arr. (JlnilhnMI " " llfti llrUe..... Ntelmlaetirie I au an T6 1M lr itaof in 3 sat 1 a CIO, 111 an Arr. Winchester " Ml. Mleillor 11 Aahlsnd " lluntlmtton. NORTH. I.e. Islington . a 41 a 10 Ml a 11 a in m m in II I 30 p m IW p m a in in 7 OT p ir a 03 p in n tt in m in in pin IWfia t M p in II a ni io in la in m llieton ... . Islington .. IM IM I i Al.AIUMA IIIIKAT MllmlHIlN, l.te. (;lulUiV Attslla iiiiiiIih1uhi.. TuseekKMa '...... i,M- ... ., Meridian . . MYERS HO TKU STANFORD. KY. E. II. BURNSIDE, - Propr. This Old and Woll - Kuowii Uotol Still Maintains its High Imputation, AND Meridian Tiiseahiw .......... ....i ... .. Mt.Hlrrll( Winchester A.M Arr. leilpition Son Me. leilnilun.. II U " Parts a to " Crnlhlini.- - IH IH HO 10 No. I. . io a ni B7T No. I. l.ve, Huntington S SO Ashlind .. It II . t I OT lie m n in ) ... IS no I SO AtUlla.. Arr. (Iisltaiioia. lIlrMlHttnM y I CK8HUUO AND MIIIIIIHAN. IIM IM too . . IS 4 40 Kslnioiilh . m CM am C IS Arr. Oivlngton io StO a ni MAYdVU.I.K lllVIHItIN No, III. f teilnftontipru Arr. Mayiflllas Mi.m MiTsrTllelOam. y llnrtnn ) jUm Ne II No. M " Psrls an a m. " Maysillle lOsm a t 00 1M SO II a in I M a a in I 4S 9 SJ a II a p in 7 0 a p ui 7 ao a p in I M a pm I 00 a p in 10 0.1 p m 11 4 a n in m No. II " Majiitlleltaipm pants, Oi.Tpro l.e, " IVrsl-- , " llrttHlon. .... " JmIhhi .. Arr. Vlriilmrf . l.te. Vlrkihurc Arr. Meridian MciMlsn.........-........- ... ... . 16 . ..... a til ASO j II I jb Trains Ha I an.ll run dally; all others dally airepl riundty. rjprrlil Hi lr to Ktnlerints. Fur ennncctloiis, " " HrindhtK " Karcst Jihi ..... ... . .. . ...I ...! mi . .. .... Its Proprietor is Determined that VICKHni'ltll, HIIKBVHlllltr AND PACIFIC. it Shall be Second to no Country I.e. Vlkslmri;....... ..i I . II Hotel in the State in its Fare, IMta IIM Arr Monroe l.ve. Menrue . " 1V4U 140 Arr. Ylekilrtiric JOHN r'COTT, V p. and t)en. Man. Ctn Hwt It'T.CIiwInnsll. Ohio: K. P WII.MI.S. O. V. and P A tin Va It'y, Itnelnnill, 11; It. COM, IIKAN.Ii. V. A. A. II H Ify. l'eatUnoni.Tenn.; J IIAItliV. O P. A V. A M. It'y, V'tkiburt, ... . . nt IM IM SO tickets, rales and Infuriuitlon perlslnlni; to time, Ac , call on or addrce H. T. 8WIFT, Aft , Udnilon. C.IIA8. I. MlOWN. II PAT A. J. I). I.LI.IW1N. Ilcn'l Mtasier. M CONDENSED TIME. . .! . ... j tli I 4 H.UMtOAO to mm: hi CO T It A I.N H (101NI1 NOKTII. Much I, ism. Lie. Hlchmond. Lancaster HhelhT Man. FOR SALE! snu.: Jtiri r jictiuiuuu. ll'y, Monroe, La. A. V., H. A P. " l.lilnfsten Crib Orrhard. Minlerd.... .. City-....., .. . ,, 7 10 am IN " st io a THE NEW ROUTE EAST, -- VIA- Mllliell.l,ur. iiianwn New DinsOleJuncllen.... I0W 11 M io 17 WASHINGTON! CHESAPEAKE AND Arr lloinoii Junction. Clnclnnill Junction.. .. ltse 00 " pm li Ii liul,lll rr Excelsior Art llooms it 01 i -s TltAINlt IIOINII KUIITII. l io I 74 RY. Tlli:ON!,Y MMimiNMNd l.te. Iiiilitllle. I .a kl..ftu.l ,v. SOLID TEAINS, WITH Arr. IJ,inrioo Lte, ljire.ier Arr Ulchmond, ! ... """"r l.kllHk...l . ifiaril I, iwIlT fKiTTun". 111 IMlU IM pm 4 10 110 a .o " " Pullman Sleeping Coaches TUIiLMAN FALACE CARS To Me From LOUISVILLE To WASHINGTON, tiikouoiitiii: KmTint his. Little llact. Mobile, Moateomery, ami New Orteaoi. tii Tel as he retbeirrhwtreof two route; Memphis r til New Oileine Time much tli quicker and rale lower thin hy any other route ItisalMtbe QDIOKEST, lUxile ta all I CHEAPEST AND BEST 4CI-- Grandest Scenery in America ly IVt for Ballimore.PhUadelphia&N. CVmoertlKf direct In P, an Y. lnls In MlMuiirl, Kansas, Illlnels, Imllsni, lews, Nchrisks, Cwlersde. AlkiBii. Only onechtaie leChlcats Ul Utuit ami lUit. For fdilherinrermitlen alntit tickets to the Houthj eTinsis. Colorado, aiti trint ritec to FtoctJi. itJ.ru A'l.MtUli:, 4. Urn. Psm. lo.l Ticket A(t , loulstille, Ky OrK J Anthony, At Btanford Ky I. flie Only IHeecl Una l Virginia mill lite ('iiroMiiiiH. at:iU V, nd Ttekela are o est aale at prlniil Ticket Offer, at thetienrralOIureorthel' A I), llilleay, I Jlnhi Nlrrrt, l.oulxi lllr. add-es- Courlrr-Jouroa- l. (Irnersl Kut further Inforniatlnn, e lUhweiltia Aefnt tauistille J C. tltNhT Courier-Journ- al W..SHITII, Oeb'l Manaeer, II. . I'l'M.I'.ll. tten I I'au r A SYRUP BROMIDE Imrne- CHLORAL mmmmum mmm ii -- - cliEiSVEBrmE. Hirtljr vrcHttl nod frt Th hi ,n fr m all tw slunnrvntui uhilftnrr, snd II it atn utnjr tu brine All hi lUufwitrun fniiu Hi hum ii aytrm It U imi iiftusFilhr to lh iutlsirht im(aiiii h mill rhuJrrtt Mill m It thmr m t liioU-- a p. nlilch liuuU rfc1lr rrcinnnii ut II Iu rrrjr tioupl(rir ratrvnlactn u,kfiiiir ih1 H will eaafrlr. , bmpw I'M' ttHlj4Tui'iMt will unciHt4 4ualjrtiprr ftcrtgrml iii'U in th lltlls bun It 1 lit mnly tbo Ibftl It to Utv lutuiiltt trsrii kiilmr mmt i1J liy UfftUrt l lrvlllr Ht v iat rrpnt' l)ici ii' I f.iiHi.v Re- - t'lniiiiiviivr! lleies. tk .. yBlg&dK'cr" THE GREAT NERVINE It I U lilt d iin UHt I IsflsatOKftt 1mru. ;i K- n. It reli AsiIIiiiim, ImI.IIiiIIu ttytrrlrm llriri,NliorlurtMurilrrnllifeiiiIn f B( iht iunl I me f1 l rrlH rfftl bar tJsriirinc ihe In ftiint run fur lltlK lintariliLVttlT J fl t u Ivf r r,. t r bdj otber i Tig the ArvL r a iilf nf llin TV iffosN ptunt rtuu. TrmtHelllr Mmiuf. (uml hy C. CltlHtHt: - CO. Offtee, att Mutn Htrrtt, liiUWf. Ky, vr mU in iStBtilvr.l bjr I'KKnr si MlAiiitkh. 1 -- t n.rHrilOMi urit:i.iiiiiJ mf tiii:mi:nh. lHlkat. Urt "' II mtuB If i I :M. ' ira-l- tr ciii'iitii imiLCTuur. f i:rilt)I)I8T,80UTII.-ltr- ttitirr rO I'r V. fl4C.UF-.-- II, Si srraiu t II. ,)lfr.ltl.i:V. .tnlliarnro I) l- I tile l'rrl Ui j Aik juur truiii-- i iru t Uri GOLD MEDAL BpBCIzf2.i!5!SeS 8urlntendrnt. Prayer MicllniThurliy ulcbli. ttuudiyrkhool at .00 a H. J. 8. hlmt, Hurlntcndent. The Woiuin'e Missionary Huclsty meeU here on the 1st tfuodiy In each mouth, at 3 o'clock, Mrs. T. T. lis, Iru, President. JM. Illica, l'Ltor. Hertlce BA1TI8T-1U- Y and Fourth bundays, uorhlnc aid Prayer Meetlnf nlhL HunJiy (khool etery Wedneadiy after-noo- n at t.SO a. h. 11. K. Darrow Worship hy tbe coocrccitlu'n brrtlireeteryKundiyiaorulnKaodnliht. .J. 8. Hli, I'ae-illl- Kull line if SlUFTIKO sod HMEY8 at t .lloia rur... a(eotl for Ihe IHMTUS III OWKRH. BTi.AU Wednesday ulhu. rVMP8efalliads. ENulMEKa' BLU'LIES. Bn FfPV sa.ssgT1yJenMMi-woejy- l1i11l-"-- CllltltrriAN. diy. PrrwhlDhy Dr. J. W. On ou First and Third Lord'i dire. Munday Hchool at .I4. Jue, betcrauce, ruierintndeal. TltF.SItYTHtlAN, bOUTHller I. H. Mclf--I ruy, luttor Numliy Hchool at 10, John W. Union Prayer Meeting on lloul,riuierliiteudcnL $200. WHOLESALE tiidiiidJIL I V Ilia I I SEEDS e LIST PHILADELPHIA. MERCHANTS ! SEND US YOUR BUSINESS CARD FOR TRADE LIST. D. LANDRETH & SONS, breach-of-prom- iee u Daugherty&Hyde !V - ms J rtVhXyr lie Jr Tusjs. S Ml - aUainsd. but which brlnire 'n'.tuKfulrroi.rtiei. They cltin the enure BlanJuUr lyiteiu, they "" "nij "i, imt.ur.ty ll at the source of all these alUlctioni, they increase lor their ... ..- . rrfiiuiia ii .hut from wtTerurs wbuhate been benefited by j urciiL'thcnlnk-clKct- s udi us stfii "J medicine. We used nul sly insimsaeea -, r. uoou.ana . fc. iu j.ntia aie ''-- '.. l,v i, ...un.ei all the bad and frcih, i.i---I... all ni.Viiirltlwie.iiiJcltio, i. the c lHUl.eN It uut uiijand llcdy cure for all HUlll pr.tcutse : .. '. i,ioian WILDER,8SARSAPARILLAand LcorTASHcoiniilulycurisnJcradu.ilealllheie. co,uumil"a which byh.spcuL.a..lsmd.betw.thM Th, The three riwllllcd inin .reScrofuli.Lhroiitcllhcuina- - Sfet GHlr'0 ': Ah"" !!""'"'" ......, - "i'rj .,.. ,ir y n.. PHAETONS, Ttslttir suJ KliiKWuriu " 1'llllllllfUI 1IIO lllllli llcfforHwcllliiBH.uni nuii.-,e'erHyplitlla u....s one-tent- h ol ... snd Veiltiim. w fiut-tJu- ulu-onl- y t VtlUVils .ai eJL V . VF t MoAllutur. A ' o: wl Brst-cli- ror Hulo In Hliiul'md ly I'uniiy n