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Semi-weekly interior journal: July 25, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882072501_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 25, 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. jftmi - Iteeili VOLUME X.-NUMBBJI 'ntefio 85, 1882. Trtt Burial in Ntw Zialand. pu-ketPoor-Wil- l, . onfttaL NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 510. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JULY G3. U" A Cabin in Inland. Tie Whip ai Judgo Itoylc, Kolicrtaon McKooand Tho idea that human beings, mado As tho dusk gathers I hear tho first Kxdovcrnors Oniloy ami Letcher iftirt others. Mr. I'iiullcj took an no in God's image, having tho power to wclcomo notes of tho W. P. WALTON, Editor and Proprietor tlvo part in tlio founding ot Centra think, to reason, and to act, could What close observers of thoscasonsaro Ho milMcqupntly removed live, oven oxist, in such a hovel was tho birds! Itloubt if tho man who College. T. R. WALTON, Business Manager to Mo., and died llicro in 1810, licing incredible. Wading through mud and has an acceptance in the bank is betslush, coining over tho sliootops, I ter posted in tho calendar. As far upwnnl of 80 year of ago. I'll tit tuliril Ttirmhiui unit I'rlitnu', liver ainco its foundation, oxcept at bent my head and entered. Tho back as my bird register extends I iliort interval, a school lias liecn kept room, If so it could bo called, by any find a record of tho arrival of the nocIn nniil Seminary. It liai liad many stretch of imagination, was so low turnal songster ns occurring botween 11211 A.NNIJM. principals, aomo of wliom were bug that I could not stand erect. Tho the 8th ami 10th of May. Dr. Brewer coe.c and others Hat failures. Some cold, bare earth that constituted tho claims never to havo heard these notes DEMOCRATIC STATCANO COUNTY TICKET. times the ichools have heen largo and floor was damp and slippery, as tho lalcrthan August; but in late SeptemIUciiaupj. Van RlTmo JUD4K JIUJ. A. H flourishing and at other times have rain camo trickling down through tho ber, in a night's walk through tho hid T. J. tlmmr. ('an Armr.tATK CimK-OA- rT. dwindled down to mero handluls, but open thatch and formed little pools den glories of tho Ilamapo Valley, I have been cheered by his song. No Kl) COUKTT J PIMI it is to ho hoped that with n now houso upon tho ground. !'. W. IIhowm. Near a suggestion of a firo were hud- other American bird is so shy and retho school will receive new life and I'ot Conntr Attokiikt 1), II. CtirKxmii. continuo and flourish for another GO dled a woman and four children, tho tiring as tho whip poor-wiland where Ton Coontt Clkm John Hum. eldest uot mora than eight years of is the happy ornithologist who has years. Km Aiikmoii J, II. Hcxkkk. I found his apology for a nest? I onco Tlio old building was an old acriualii' ago. As I entered they all arose. tnnco mid was associated with many was horrified to sea that they wero spent portions of each day of tho entire I'ui Jaimk-- T. I). NcnbAXD. I was n pupil without shoes, and their clothing was month of Juno in searching for such a tileaanl recollections. Ko.Furvktor-I- '. II. IIowaip. in tho first school that was ever taught so torn and ragged that it afforded no nest, nnd in tho end was unrewarded. Ko CoioNIti W, J, Iiahiiumt. Tho habitual walker of the woods will, in it, (1810,) and unlet. Montgomery warmth whatover. Ko Cditahlk (Hiixmnn I'mtriiiot) TatniRT Hell, of Mo,, who was horn and raised The mother and her littlo girls were sooner or later, stumble on their noon' Martix. in tho town, is still living, I am blue with cold. Their features were day retreats, but it is difficult to get tho only survivor of that first school. pinched with hunger. Their wholo into cloao proximity. Thoy fly noiseREMINISCENCES Of THE OLD SEMINART. Iu 1822 1 again entered said school to appearance indicated tho want and lessly and rapidly nnd havo that pro h'tr llrrtr Jnai ) study Latin and Greek und prepare suffering thoy had been enduring for icctivo piumago upon which Mr. Tho old Seminary building is gone for college In 1849 1 was again in years. In ono cornor ol tho room was Darwin laid so much stress. All It was ono of tho old landmarks of tho tho school ns tho assistant of Champ what thoy called n bed. It consisted day long, when undisturbed, they will town. The town was built on a sito Carter, who was then tho principal. of four 03ts driven into tho ground. rest on tho lower branches of some of 27 acres donated by (Jen. Hen. LoDunne tho next six ycara, I was tho On stringers wero laid four rough embowered tree, and only when the gan. It was an uusiiitablo' location principal; and again in later years I boards, and on these boards wero gloaming deepens do they como forth lorn town on a branch between two taught sonio daises fur tho late Charles dried leaves and heather, covered with in nvuruii ui uuciuruui insects, nigm-llills, but as it was a rough piece of Harnes; ono used to come and sit on n large that a good deal of my timo a few old potato sacks. Thero is land and taken oil the Southwest com ,, . slept. family of six the )C0U I havo stomni inlho old building in wlicro thowas no window persons house, stone near out iier of tho boMitifu iOO aero 'urvay, dlhor eeivini or ImpartiiiB instruc iu tho Thero len softly to within n few feet, and it did not damage tho roiitluo of tho lioi) nnd j .Var u',;, testimony to and the only light and ventilation be- watching him as ho would dart out said tract or lan.l. itlc deportment of all tho boys and ing furnished by tho door and tho and catch an insect, returning to the ,,, 0i(f lheSemiiiary was tho oldest brick w wll0m j , ,lt , g cracks iu tho thatched roof. stono to enjoy his tidbit, alter tho left htandmg in tho town , , tiat t,,10y were ol ways good to mo. As for meat, that is something thoy manner ot the pluebe. His noto is Iho town was original y a very smn ,',, t, Auduo,, or lhe )0..g WCrosaid never dreamed of eating. Only onco nrecceded by a sort of cluck. worn en town, .urrounde. on tho booth W'CM a, , n vpnriln llinv daro to hone to taste it. bon found his song, as ho camped in t, lo ))a .,,,,, by tho land of h. S. Iteul, fronting on kiml ,, rMpeclui lo ni0 ami rca(ly lo On Christmas day they manage, if in the solitudes of tho forest, one of tho town branch; on ho hast hy Innil i,lo anyt,ni. I requested of them, f possible, to boil the half of a pig's face, the most delightful sounds ot nature, John Logan, criHsing Main Mreot copt to .to more hard studying. These and they mix their stirabout with sweeter to him than that of tho night at tho old actory Lot: on tho North rorercCCs to my early schooldays re buttermilk to roako a gorgeous feast. ingale. Burroughs describes a nest elali, fronting ca by tho land ot llitw. , a0n,cwhat singular fact that That i tho only meal they over have, stumbled upon two elliptical, whiton inoo.ii town line, running irom u for and tho picasuro of this indulgence is ish, spotted eggs lying upon dry I0 i(JW futlnlation of my cduca-poiback of tho .Methodist Church tIon I amindebte.1 to three Catholic destroyed by the terrible ro morse that leaves and though he returned to it across wio raiiroaii iisiow mo coiorcu lr;simcn Tlio first was an old bach follows extravauance. Two meals of day after day, it was always a task to liintiit Church, and on tho West by ;cIor nan,;, R an. Ho did not claim potatoes a day that is tho diet thoy separate tho bird from her surroundtho land of Ocu. Hen. Logau, which to aearnc,i, hut was n thor aro born to, live upon and die upon. ings, though he stood within a tew wivacr.-iwIHVV.JMli 111 llUllk l IIIU ough teacher of tho common English As to their clothing, that is something feet of her, and ho knew just where to Methodist Church. Tho town has branches, ror days, weeks and months too horrible to talk about. look. Independent. grown out of its original Ixiundariei on I was allowed to study little cleo than In a rido of fivo miles from tho all side. Tho first brick building Bktteu Not Catch Him. Gov. Walker's Dictionary so as to spell tho door of the hotel in Cork to Blarney erected was by Dr. Thontpjon, a n words and give their meaning. castle I counted over 500 women Blackburn has ofiered $300 reward for This rcnidcncc. It stood on the lot now nt times seemed to bo a very dry study, barefooted, whoso feet had never tho arrest of George Gaines for the occupieil by tho Bnptut Church. Tho but it saved all trouble in subsequent known a stocking or shoo. "Nashy."' murder of Charles Penn. We suppose thero is no doubt but that Gaines second was his oflice, which Mood on life nlwut tho spelling of words. Dkatii os thi: Tuiin oftiiij Day. killed Penn; think it quite probable Main Street on tho sito now occupied Iu 1822 Kcdmond O'Doughcrty was 1 heard a lady say to a physician that he ought to be hung, and are by Mr. Kuplcy's tailor shop. Tho tho principal of tho Ho1 Seminary. brick houso was tho old Kprag-gin- s had Ifccu educated for a priest, but tho other day: "I was watching one sorry for the family of Mr. Peun, aud third night nt the bedsidoofa dying child. all that; but wo hope that each good house, which stood on tho corner uovcr entered tho priesthood. He was of tho lot now owned and occupied by u thorough scholar and a faithful I asked the doctor when death might citizen will so appreciate his duty to W. U. Welch. It was built and long teacher. He bo thoroughly drilled mo bo expected. He replied: 'Any time the Commonwealth as not to accept after 12 o'clock. Why did ho set that Mr. Gaines as a prisoner, even if he Tlio fourth was in tlio occupied ns a hotel. grammar and principles of tho the old Court-home- . It was an un- Latin and Greek languages ns that time?" "Because," said the physician, should come aud surrender himsel f. "for somo unexplained reason a largo In the first place the reward would sightly, ill constructed building. Tho was n picasuro anil their deaths, especially amount to $300, then all tho expenI lerk sofheo was up sla.rs. The lobby n()t a alter blr,lei)i '1Io wttgJ call(h, to a majority of natural when the patients aro children, occur ses of the trial would amount to 81,000 of the Courtroom was pavei. with pf" a Centre College and s scaffold would cost brick, i he Judges um.l n high wn, succec,fed by another Irishman on 'tho turn of day,' as tho country more, a That is, from 12 to 3. ei- 8175, the rope costs $20, tho sheriffs O'Ueiley. He waiagootl teach- - people say. rcm.fees would bo about $25, and $5 more, cr, iut wn. n croichety Irishman and ther at noon or night." Thero is no mil- against tho wall an 'broil with hi, explainable reason for this, then? I to which Gaines would be entitled to ,nvoivcj lim9Cif ln ., .,.--, asked. "Xone. It is one of the rays-- 1 tako him home when tho Governor pit looking box, high enough for him ,ch(.ars nmi lhcir I)arcn,. his box overlook tho crowd not long hold his position to sit iu tcries that envelop death. Out of 100 pardons him, would amount to 81,525. will arrest Mr. Gaines. nud preservo order. Tho heavy walk- persons dying by natural process 80 Wo hopo no one Tho names and characters of tho vaLexington Press. Atlanta ing on tho brick floor often disturbed rioua other principals aro not known willdio within thoso hours." .. tho Court. Thero wero no seats in and can not bo given. Constitution. Mits. Lincoln's Weddinq Kino. the lobby oxcept a row of benches Hut the old house is gone. Tho The frieuds found Mrs. Lincoln's Immknhk Whuat Croi in Kansas, around against tho wall. When tho uviiil luuulik t bmiki'ikaj It fllitf itna It is estimated that the wheat crop wedding ring. This ring she has worn Uurt-roo,was crowded, except thofo 110 teat majority of the pupils who! of Kansas thi year will amount toj almost constantly siucohcr marraige; ..,: t sittiniron tho. lienchcs nnd on thostair- - IU1HIU IVVIVMIIUH UI'Vll . , IVU uuiuii: a bushels. "i, It transported to but recently her fine-o- r had swollen. sieis, mo resuiuoiiaii in imou on me the Winter mouths for the last fifty ar,000,000 at onco it would require nnd she had taken it ofi. It is of market all brick floor, or provide tliemselvcs with years. ,It is. likely that it will survive ctruEcan gold, aud is now quite thin a chair or a block, from which they tho pro9cvtvo new building nnd 'tho 87,000 cars and tho train would reach from wear. It is inscribed with: "A. from Topeka to Chicago, extending might iirar, but could not see much. great majority of its pupils who may Illin-- ; L. to Mary, Nov. 4, 1842. Lovo is The fifth brick building was tho old find recreation on its ice during tho across tho States of Missouri and Tho ring will be put ou and ois and part of Kansas. The quality eternal." Seminary, now torn down, to 1m sub next fifty years. S. S. Mcltoiiiurrs. is first class, tho greater portion of it firobably bo buried with her. There Mtituted by a modern brick building less or more curiosity as Tho yield is turning grading No. 2. 1 he houso was lor school purpose. 'j'lCr0 Js ,pj,et nlout tho life of a tho value of Mrs. Lincoln's estate, erected but not finished iu 1815 Tho f.tnncr, nnd tho hopo of a serene old out much better than was expected. to is probably not improper to say brick was made on tho lot just in tho Bga that no other business or profoj-rea- r Fields that wero estimated at 20 bush- it els per acre are averaging 30, and now, that the United State bonds of tho building. Tho ncro lot on .ion caii promise A professional man belonging thereto, amount to $74,000. which tho heuiiiiary stood was donated i a doomed somo timo to feel that his those estimated at 30 aro threshing 30 This apart from whatover personal efis by F. S. Heid, tho grandfather of fho powers aro waning. Ho is doomed to aud 10. The wheat crop alono will be Springfield (III.) worth from 825,000,000 to $30,000,- - fects she may have. County Clerk, J. Wain. P. S. Heid eeo younger and stronger men pass Journal. 000 to the Stnte. nnd Tims. Welch were then brother- -' him in tlio rncooflife. Ha will bo ii Ihey wero men or property. Treatment of Pnemonia by the whera onco ho was first. But tho Definition of "Innocent tho leading merchants of f.irmer goes, as it wero. into partner-th- o They wero Innocent purchasers liter- Inhalation of Ether. Dr. SamuK. S. Held, who owned altip with nature Thero is no con-th- ally translated signifies willfully igno- el W. Francis, Newport, R. I., retown. lnd, was willing to donato tho aero stunt or frightful strain upon his mind. rant purchasers. Peoplo who o ports the successful treatment of an mr iiiu uiiiiuiiiK. Anus, iii'ibu, wu lie watcnes tno hocks and nerds as from irresponsible parties or accute caso of pnemonia by the inhalowned tho hill iilonir tho sido of which thoy feed upon the green nud sunny from total strangers have no right to ation of sulphuric ether. Ho says tho railroad passes, was hUo willing to slope. Ho hears tho pleasant rain complain if thoy aro victimized, nnd that "if seen early during the first donato an acre for tho location of tho falling upon tho waving corn, and tho hs n general thing it is only the class stage, by inhaling ether for thirty minSeminary. They wero both beautiful trees ho planted in his youth rustic who expect to mnko two dollars from utes every six hours, many severe and wooded sitts. The Seminary was built abovo him as ho plants others for tho an investment ot fifty cents who are and protracted cases of sickuess would by subscription, am! tho subscribers children yet to bo. d Ex. victimized. Tho man who, in playing be arrested." Dr. Francis decided to accept tho Heid lot. inhalation of sulphuric ether u "skiu gamo," comes out "peeled," The nverago lifo of a submarino tel- is not entitled to protection. Ho ac- for bronchitis iu 18G8. Tho Somiunry was inteded for tho education of both tho boys and girls of egraph cablo, says Nature, has hither cepts his chances and should abide by Printing has been introduced into tho town and tho surrounding comity. to beon nbdut eleven years. Milling World. tho result. tho publio school of San Jose, Cal., as "In the earlier days of submarino It was designed as a mixed school, und was long occupied as such. Tho telegraphy, Sir William Thomson deIt is said that tho German wife does a regular study. If it should becomo only subscriber to tho building fund, clared tho lifo of a cablo to bo practi- not occupy the proud position of a u n study all over the country, printers then known to be living, said tho girls cally iuviolablo; and Robert Stephen-sou- , uuder tho samo circumstances in would bo as thick as three in a bed, on tho other hand, was of tho America. had ns much right to tho Seminary as Hero she is tho pet of her and not one in a hundred tell an italic tho boys, and that tho Trustees ought opinion that no cablo would last out husband's riches or poverty, while space from a pica shooting stick. not to turn them out, and not divido ten years." The engineer was moro there she at onco becomes a man's ser- There is such a tiling as having too Peck's tho permanent funds with tho Fcmalo nearly right than tho physicist; but vant. "Do you lovo me, GretchenT" much of ono kind of pie. tho occurreuco of defects iu a cablo said a. burly Teuton to the maiden of Sun. Collego that tho old subscription wero in tho hands of tho lato dooa not now render it necessary to his choice. "I do," was tlio meek "Tho gentlemen of the press are the Titos. Holm and would show that fact. take up tho wholo length, ns tho faulty "And will you bo my wife?" "I watchdogs ot civilization," says Prince can bo removed and replaced will." "Then, my darling, como hero Tho pcrmanoiit fund of tho Seminary, portion Leopold, duke of Albauy, son ot which ouco amouutod to between boven by now without disturbing any consid- and pull oil my boots." And the prop- Queen Victoria, etc. "Nothing can nnd ten thousand dollars, wero tho erable part of tho Hue." er relationship between husband aud go wrong anywhere without their proceeds of tho sale ot public lauds doA poor Bowing girl who went to tho wifo was nt once established. New Uttering a warning sound." Why nated by tho Legislature of Kenucky. lato Dr. John F. Gray foradvico.was York Herald. Loo, you talk like the advance agent Tho first school iu tho Seminary given a vial of mcdlcino aud told to Tho new steamship Stirling Castle; of a theatrical troupe, trying to work 1810. Tho was taught iu tho year go homo and go to bed. "I can't do from Hankow, China, lately reached us for a pufl. building was then unfinished, aud tho that, doctor," tho girl replied, "lor I London, after a ruu of 29 days 22 One Thousand Cars Ordered. carpenters wero ai work up stairs. He v. am dependent on what I earn every hours, the fastest on record. Tho Samuel Fiiullwy, long tho preacher ot day for my liviug." "If that is distance from Hankow to London is The Indianapolis Car Works have the l'resbyteriau Church of this place, so, said Dr. Gray, "I'll change tho 11,250 miles, so that the Stirling Cas- commenced ou a contract to build cars for tho New York, Chicago was the principal, nud was assisted by medicine a littlo. (Jivo mo back tho tle made an avorayo of moro thau 375 & St. Louis road, The cur is to bo 30 Mr. vial." Ho thou wrapped around it u Mr. Walker, of Lancaster. a miles a day, making no ullowancofor feet long aud havo a carrying capacity Fiudley was a nativo of South Caro- 810 hill, aud returning it to her, reit- detention tit coaling ports and timo lina, nnd was educated at the sanio erated his order: "Go homo aud go occupieil in passiug through tho Suez of 40,000 pounds. school with Gen, Jackson, of whom to bed," addiug, "Tako tho. luedicino, What a Fobmkh Invalid Said. "I Canal. his recollections wero uot very ploacaut, cover and all,' sufl'ered for Tear from so exhsustlTeweak. Albert Morris and Jeuuio Adams lie and was fit siroacldD; cotuump-tiofor tho reason that, tho General in his I felt that InsAiiity in J a premature Tho Arkaiisaw Traveler's aged col- wero airily married in the clouds ovor Iwyish days, began to develop his fawere Inevitable: but thanks to Drown' mous fighting qualities. Mr. Findloy ored person says: "My idea of do Topeka, Kansas; but tho balloon laud crave Hitters, I again restored to perfect Iron was long a distinguished educator in better worl is whar dar is a election cd them iu a forest, and they had to health of mind itu bodr." If you, too, are and this. part of tho State. Ho long taught goiu'ou oil do time.'caso dcu do white mnko a honoymoon pedestrian trip of ill, mar not this lemedy restore your health? ten miles to get back to civilization. iu Lancaster mid educated such men folks is allers perlight. " tt'-t.nl, A y iarm-houso- Tho recent fall of an enormous trco near Opotiki, New Zealand, disclosed tho fact that tho hollow in tcrior from the roots to the first fork, about forty-fivfeet trom tho ground, had been filled with human bodies. A confused heap of skeletons hurst out of the butt of tho treo when it, fell, A KyM local paper says. "A moro "extraor. Opora Houso Block, dinary sight than this monarch of the lHA.SslZllM IN forest lying prone and discharging a DrngH, WhII IHMr. U I n oh, MiiKlrul perfect iictatomb of human skeletons CIlCIlllCltlH, Itookx, I.lmiarH, IiiHlruniciilH, can scarcely lie conceived. Somo aro INintloiicry, CieiirM, t'HIIUH, Pocket OllH, while others are mixed nohph. nearly perfect, loimccoH, Ciililcry, Lniiipx, I'crTiiincry, ArniH, Firo AlHchlnc up in a chaotic mass of heads, feet and ACCUICH. arms, indiscriminately. All tho MaoOnr Jewelry, Silverware anil Optical (loods Department Is in Charge of Col. ris hero soem to have been quite Thou, lllchards, who will Itepalr Matches and Clocks Promptly nnd In the best natural charnel house, style. and declaro that it must have happened long before their or their fathers' J. II. MoAXIBTEtt. n. O. BIUOHT. timo. Indeed, the appearance of the tree fully justified the supposition that ) (tfS) W ,m 11. II it must have been some hundreds of years since this novel family vault was )l l i ers U i filled with its ghastly occupants. M'ROBERTS&STAGG Stanford, is f ta ..il mr.mjfflsnravw:fiFii!Hirc . Clajr Eaters, J 1 build-buildin- ox-o- Much lias been written about this practice, and various speculations and A.snpli ISIock, - suggestions ofiered about "fatty clays" and "earths rich in organic matter," Our stock of Groceries and Family Supplies generally is always Full but recent research and experiment have shown that the mere presence of and Fresh. We would call especial attention to our line of Canned Goods, !.l ,..!l ! al ... 1. ...m euiiu luuieriui iu 1110 niumucu is auiu-cie- which is the Largest and Host Complete in the city, and prices to corresto allay the sensation of hunger pond with tho times. for a time, so that in all probability We invite yon to examine our stock and prices before yon purchase. these savages swallow the earth only We pay the Highest Market Price, Cash or Trade, for all kinds of Conn--tr- y to appcaso tho cravings of nature until Frodnce. food can be obtained. The hunters Don't forget the place Corner Store, St. Asaph Block. arid trappers of the far West make pills ot calcined oyster shells and white of egg, which they swallow occasionally to stave off hunger and its disagreeable concomitant when on a long journey and their rations are exhausted. Tea or coffee would answer the Thin New Mill, containing (he InlcHt ami better as, though affording no nourishment in themselves, they prevent the waste of tissue. Chambers Journal. St. gkroc:e:r,s, lJ Stuiiior'., Kentucky. UHOfUi WEUa MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY H 'lll Scriiture in Short Metre. For inuiiiiiiictiirlng meal and Hour, Im how in Tnll operation. One down town preacher is blest with TTe will Krind for customer, for tlio present, on Tucmlaj', WcI-ncmlatwo sons bright little fallows they TlmrHiIay, Friday and .Saturday of each week, aud on are too. Now it is tho custom of that Coiiri-Diiyand all other public day. We Holicit a liberal nliare preacher's family for those two lads of patronage and if 111 endeavor to give entire Hiitlsfaellon. to recite every morning a verse of Scripture. Tho boys were in a great haste to get out on a hill a couple of Al wajH on hand and for Hale. HigheM chhIi price paid for Corn, mornings ago, when the father said: Wheat, Vc. Orders left, at Mill promptly attended to. "Now, lioys, recite your verses, then you can coast." "I'd rather be a doorkeeper in the Iioubo of the Lord than dwell in the tents of the wicked," ! repeated the older lad. "So'd I," ejaculated the junior youth, and away B"5T he flew after his sled, and tho father did not remonstrate. y, Flour, Meal, Corn, Bran. Shipstuff, &c, FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING Brutality of Chicago Butchers. that the cattle do not readily enter the shambles, and to remedy this it has been fhe custom to blind them by knocking out their eyes with sledge hammers. It is not very long sinco it was fouud to be the custom to move hogs which had been disabled from some cause by inserting a hook into their mouths while they were yet alive and by this means haul them from point to point. Did you ever notice how things got in your way when you're in a hurry? A Boston women told her husband that a runaway horse was going by. He jumped so quick he sprained his knee, and iu his frantic haste fell over two chairs, and skinned his shin, stepped on a dog, upset the table with books aud drop-lighon it, ran against bis wite and hurt her, and got to the window just as they were stopping the horse two blocks away, round tho t B. K. It was found, upon investigatiion, first-clas- ti,lr"-Vrl7)k-,n?ith0.Wh- 0 nnl ' nnd will continue tlio. Furniture and Undertaking business at the snme stand, in the St. Asaph Hotel building. I will keep a full stock of Furniture of description and sell at figures that cannot bo beaten. My stock of Collins and Caskets will be comprehensive. Shrouds and llobes always on hand. I also repair Furniture and do carpenter's job work. (Orders bj telegraph promptly attended to.) B. K. WEAKEN. Main Street, Stanford, Ky. I have bought out my brother, It. II. Wcaren. WEARBN, cy-c- ry I II. a j,..i :. .i-- :.. E. P. OWSLEY Has Just Oponod a Pino Stook of Consisting of corner. Previous to 1772 a person accused of a crime in England who refused to plead, was remanded to a low, dark room, and laid on his back, and heavy weights placed upon his breast, with no other tustenance than bread and water; and he was uot allowed to eat the day he drank or drink the day ho ate, and he so remained until ho died. BRAND NEW GOODS, Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Also, a Nico Lino in-la- lt " o of pur-chas- recora-meude- Musk is mentioned by a correspondent of the Lancet as an exceedingly I am oponing daily a Full lino ot tho Boat Goods iu tho Markot, to bo efficacious remedy for whooping cough, sold at Bottom Friooa. Call and oxamino. although very expensive. He says TIM W. HIGGINS, Salesman. that it controlls the spasmodic paroxysms of the cough, and that it is the ouly drug which he has fouud to bo of any particular value in tho treatment of the disease. A Valuable Guaie Vine. A scuppcrnoug vine in the Tokay vineyard, near Fayettville, North Carolina, bcais 100 bushels of grapes a year. There aro other vines in the samo vineyard which produce from 25 to 40 bushels. The vines were planted twenty-fivyears ago. e CARPETS.OIL CLOTHS &TRUWKS w. OHLA-- a MM1HI S THE- - wo-ma- GEHE MAYFIELD pa-tie- ro-pl- 1,-0- n. It does break up the landlord of a hotel to havo a guest say: "Landlord, I think it would be an improvement h had another hair in if this it." But he has tho consolation of knowing that they wont tnako the same remark about the butter. There was recently, near Barton Mountain, Vermont, a shower of dry leaves lasting all day. They fell from a clear sky and from a great height. They had probably been caught up in a whirlwind. Iu cuttiug into a hollow tree, into which ho had chased a rabbit, Riley Donaldsou, of Merriwether.Ga., found two rabbits, two squirrels, a uest of owls aud a swarm of bees with nlue gallons of honey. Tho New York Commercial Adver- titer has the headinc. Why Old Maids Multiply." But old maids don't multiply at least, not if they aro right sort of old maids. Courier Journal. shoe-brus- Water Elevator. Destroys All Water Insects; -- Mi 4ifH6 iWs)sWBsWU!BsTsVsmtn Draws Fresh Water from Bot t tom of Cistern; :B". 'wSMttttm Ki flH Has No Tubing and Does Not Freeze. Foulest Cisterns Mado Pure by This Elevator. OVER ONE HUNDRED Now in Use in This County. Try Ono, and If Not Satisfied. It Will kon Back. Be.-Ta-- , r??W organised force. At 0 o'clock the Band their papers, and with this opportunity the struct, up a.march and lh procession be Association return its sinceresl regards to in formed two and two. and headed by the Msnager of Hi Spring Hotel for courMrs. Johnson and 'MrsDfi Cheatham, of tesies extended. The next meeting will he at Danville, Louisville, marched majettlcally into and July 25, 1882 Tuesday Morning, where a fine oppor- the 3d Wednesday In Oclolier, when Dr. around the tunity was a Horded for "inspection." It I'eyton will open the debate on "Necrosis was Indeed a beaiilltiil sight to see about and it Treatment." 8rcnrrnr. EDITOR WALTON, W. P. 60 rosinmers In georgrous array. The Republican Meeting. surprln of tho many visitor waa gieat at The Republicans of Lincoln county held botle coujtrr. " Tiieri? is another tcantlal develop witnessing the number aa well as the qualadjourned meeting at the Bannlle. ity of the costume. I should like to give an tag in Washington. It is charged Iter. Green Craig, of Chlcrgo, preach-ei- l In detail the appearance of each, but space Saturday July 22l. The calling of the and charged by ono who claims ho can at the First Presbyterian Church yester- in your readable paper amounts to much District Convention to be held In this rlty provo it that the passage of tho Texas Delegates day, Mr. Green, the pastor not having fully to August 10th was approved. you, and I will therefore give you a Pacific Land Grant Bill was procured recovered his health. were appointed and Instructed to cast their limited number and refer you to the CWi-tvoles for Hon. W.O. Bradley as first choice left this by bribery and fraud. Tho sum reJournnl for the resli Interior Journal. ning Mr. Eugene McGoodwIn where he morfor Kansas City, Mo., will Mrs. Jos. Ferguson, of Lexington, as for Congress from this District. quired to engineer the bill through Judok Wylik hai decided to admit engage In business. Mr. McGoodwIn is an "Diana," in handsome satin de Lynos, The following Is the list of delegate, vlt: was 890,000 In cash and $2,000,000 tho cvidrnco of Walsh in the Star-rout- o experienced dry good merchant and when Weather-forSpanish lare polanaise and magnificent Hiistonville.J.J. Drje, J. W. in bonds of llio company which was Lewis Patten and llichard Rifle; Alcases, but no matlor how badly In business her waa noted for his excel- diamonds; Mrs. Cheatham as "Undine," In dealt out to congressmen in various ho shows up tho thioving Brady, he lent taste as a purchaser, and his knowl aqua marine, sea foam satin and diamonds; ternates, ltobt. Blaln, R. G. Drye, John sums to secure their votes. Ono old edge of the business generally. He carries Mrs. C. M. Johnson, of Lexington, as "La Armstrong and Jas. Bitice, Turneravllle; will not bo convicted, lirauy is a senator, more avaricious than the bal party man and used much of his ill with him to his new home the kind wishes dy Washington," In black silk, white em- Jesse Vance, and George Craig; Alternates, of many friends. once, demanded 802,000 for the influbroidered mull apron and neckerchief to N, O. Wells and Letcher Goode. Waynes gotten gains to elect Iho man who now Mr. Frank K.Smith, who has had match. These articles belonged to her burg, M.T. Reynolds and Wm. Richards; others of that ence of himself and four occupies tho White House, and who charge of the Western Union Telegraph ni, McIIargue and J, A, Sin giandmother, And In days long gone by Alternates, body. The matter is to bo investigadoes not intend that ho shall Buffer for office at this place for more than a year were brought from New Orleans to Lexing- gleton. Highland, Adam Petry, It. P. ted. Tho Maine paper that said that past, has resigned his position and left on ton on horse back. She waa beautiful in Young and II. Stewart; Alternates, Martin, his crimen Monday night for Marshall, Texas, where a man who will buy his way to ConBastin, lUllard Smith and 11. L. Barbel. Only ono of tho thousands of mur he will hare a more lucrative situation the personation and attracted universal ad- Crab Orchard, Jas. Dillion, Wm. Uarnett, gress will bo mighty apt to sell his Mia. Addle Beaumont, as "Pamiration; vote after he gels there was striking derers who ought to have been dan- with the same Company. Mr. Smithlsa tience," in blue and crimson satin was a John hdmiston and Cha. Butcher; Altergled at the end of a rope, did so Fri- young gentleman of good family and by feast for the eyes of many admirers, and nates, J. P. Chandler, John Warren, P. P, mighty close to the centre. Pollard and Clay Pennington. Walnut day, and he was worked oft in Now his strict attention to busioes and correet Mr. J. 8. Linnrv, aims J. O. Con-ne- York for stabbing to death his sweet- deportment made many friends while in played her part to perfection; Miss Beau- Flat, Wood Little and Anderson Klnrald; mont as "Marie Antonctte" in pink satin, of Danville, as tho Cincinnati Danville. They wish him success in his point lace overdrew and diamonds was a Alternates, Klias Holtzclaw and Jonlnn heart. As usual with thoso who go new home. Commercial had him, has returned beautiful as a "mid Summer's night Higgina. Stanford, J. A. Lytic, J. T. hence by the hempen line, On Wednesday next an exciting event from Washington, whither he went to dream," and many a sigh was heaved by O'Halr, G. G. Wine, Monroe Smith, Tim that he was going straight home to ia to transpire in Danville, it being no less many a gay Lothario, at the bare possibili- Lynn and G. W.Gentry; Alternates, J. 8. confer with tho President and Nation- heaven. than a game of Base Ball between a Louis Bosley, Geo. H. McKinney, B. G. Alford, ty of a failure; Miss Annie Shelby waa Coramittco in regard to tho race al ville Club Hays and Joe Beld. a "Euchre deck" In white mull J.T. Hackley, Brent James Oakland, who killed Joseph to claim aaand the one Dinville ia proud He was for Congress in this district. her own. The excitement is covered with cards. There was poetry in The following were sppointed a commitcordially received by each, so the dis- Addison in a duel at Petersburg Va., intense, strong men gather in knots on the her motion and grace in tee of arrangement: J A. Lvlle, Geo. W. every step, and patch says, and assurance of hearty has been held, without bail, for mur- street corners discussing the probable re- her host of friends fairly worshipped her; McKinney, E. B. Caldwell, It. Q. Alford, O'Halr, sult, fair ladles are preparing banners Miss in tho election of Mr. der, and if there is any law in Virgin Utile Shelby waa "Night" in black G. G. Wine, J. J. McRoberts, J.T. "Hearty co op- ia, he will hang, Tho murder was one of and button hole bouquets for their favorites ealin and tulle, well studded with stars. J. I Bosley, Joe lUid, (I. W. Gentry, Tim Bradley given him. and the Egyptian war is forgotten as the Lynn and Lewis Hocker. eration" means an unlimited amount tho most cowardly of the many cow opposing hosts of Louisville and Danville She was brilliant in her wit and humor and J. A. l.YTLB, Choi. lovely In person. Doubtless many a galassessment on the ardly murders that we have recorded. approach each other. G. G. WIN. Sec of tho lant beau wished tlia t he could be the but it will NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. salaries of Detective James Frost, on Saturday, Rather Cauttic. man in the Moon and surrounded by such avail nothing beyond making money Failures latt week 124 against 121 the arrested the robber who has been breaking beautiful stars, with her bright eyes as Senator Butler, of South Carolina, deinto dwellings in Danville recently. He Tho entire week before. plentiful in the country. representatives of the morning and eve- livered himself as follows in tho Senate George Galnc was held in the sum of gave the name or Willis Harris, and is a ning stars; Miss Stark was beautiful as an Friday. "Mr. President : I olwerre in the corruption fund of the republican parvicious looking negro with a bad eye. He ty is insufficient to buy Mr. Bradley $2,000 to answer the charge of killing Chaa. had on hia person a watch and chain be- "English Hnntrera" with gun and hunting Record this morning that a person in an1'enn, near Frankfort. knife as ornaments, and trod the floor as other place made a wanton attack on my a scat in Congress from the 8th disThos. Hughei(Tom Brown at Kugbj) longing to Mr. Alex. Datigherty, whose proud as an Amaton; Miss Madge Watson, character, and committed a breach of the trict of Kentucky. has been appointed a County Judge in hd&se waa burglarised last Welnesdty. of Houston, Texas, in white tarlatan, lace privileges of this body, for which he was England, at a salary of $7,500 per annual. He waived an examination on this charge and diamonds was much admired and quite not called to order, In discussing a conA New OnxnAua masher engaged The seat of the sitting member in and went to jail in default of bail. On a belle; Miss Anna Hall Frizzell, of Nash- tested election case. I shall not at this himself to a young lady and then de Coogress, Shelter, of Alabama, haa been the cliargu of 'entering Mrs. Bettie Fox's late day be betrayed into a controversy sorted her. Hearing that he had declared Tacant, the contestant Smith, house hia trial is set for Wednesday. A ville, in white mull lace and pearls was also charming in appearance, and continu- wilh this individual, whose acquaintance former guard in the JeOersonville, Indiana boasted of bis conquest on several oc- having died during the context. ally surrounded by admirers; Miss Mary I have never had the misfortune to make, Kejorta from the interior of Egypt are Penitentiary, now here, is almost sure that Owsley, or Stantord, in white satin and but shall rather leave him to the judgment casion, the young lady got even with e to the effect that the country ia given up to Harris was a convict in that institution a Spanish lace,with rubies, was the observed and contempt of all honorable men for at.him by bringing a short time ago. of all observers, and made an impression tacking another In a forum where he (undollar. cut throats, looters and anarchy. There suit, fixing her damages at one The rush of visitors to Cirrigati's has been no fighting for a number of days. which will last; Miss Annie Buchanan, of der the cover of the privileges of that fon ras He is now the worst Fifteen fatal cases of lockjaw, caused Cbalybeite Cure at the Junction of i Crab Orchard, a lovely blonde, waa dressed rum) could not be answered, for declining cal in the business with the prospect of by wounds from toy pistols July 4, have Kun, and Meaux'a branch still conin white veiling and Spanish lace, with to allow the correction of the falsehoods becoming more so, when he has the been reported in Chicago, three in the tinues. The hotel accommodations are diamond ornaments. She was much ad- he was uttering, the garbling of the evicost of the suit to pay, which must be country. Six boys died in Burlington and spacious and the bill of fare conducive to mired and welt attended. Messrs. Jce Hay-de- dence, perversion ofjtlio truth and falsificahealth and longevity, consisting generally Grimes and Dr. Hugh Keid, of Stan- tion of the record, and refusing to give the very large, since she has had every three in Peoria. Philip Gallenstein, a farmer living of streaked bacon and onion, with roast ford, were the escorts In attendance upon person attacked the benefit of his own person to whom he bad told the story near Augusta, Ky., drank a glaas of cold ing ears in their season. The latter article young ladies from your city, and added statement. I have withstood the mastitis summoned to appear as witness. spring water when overheated in the har- referred to, the guests are expected to pro much to the dignity and elegance of the of the Radical party In the past, and can A Virginia girl has brought her- vest field on Friday, and died of violent cure Irom neighboring corn fields, when occasion. They were in full dress, and afford to dismiss with this brief notice the self into notoriety in a way that the cramps before daylight the next morning the owners are absent or asleep. The only handsome to a fault; Mr. John A. Fleet, yelping of this cur of low degree. The When George Bobeaon entered the possible objection to these waters is, that (nee Louisville Hotel), appeared as Admi name of this creature, I lelieve, is Samuaverage damsel would never dream of. they do not assimilate well with a certain ral of her Majesty's ship "Pinafore." His el II. Miller." own hands, Cabinet of Grant and took the naval port- exhilirating fluid which guests from She has killed, with her Dan folio he was so poor that he could hardly costume was elegant and costly; "Little 127 rattlesnakes, and in proof of it exFortunes lor farmers and Mechanics. half-pin-t, pay hia washerwoman. Within two years ville formerly brought with them in Butter Cup" waa by his side and so were Thousands of dollsrs no L sated bjr using hibits the rattles from every one of after he got into the Cabinet there was mon pirt and quart bottles. But this ob- his cousins and his aunts and his uncles. proper Judgment tn taking cart of the beaJtl of them. A girl that is not afraid to ey to Jits personal credit at five different jection really, no longer exists, for the rea- He played his part well; Mr. Hale, of Lex youraell and family. If you ara Illlloui, liar, son that there is no lunger any of the tackle a rattlesnake will make it warm banks, amounting to $407,545 01. C. J. ington, was an "English Jockey" with ap- sallow eompleilon, poor .pltltc, low and depressed .ptrlts,snd generally d.bllllaled, do not fluid in Danville, the last drop In the Georgia Democratic Convenpropriate costume, including cap, spurs delay a moment, but go at once and procure a but-for the man sho marries if he tries to tion Thursday, Hon. A. II. Stephens waa having been spilled or rent away by order and boots. He did it well. Mr. Ed.Mc-Culluof tbow wondtrful hleclrlc llltlsrs. wbl.h palm of! lodges or other excuses for nominated for Governor; N. C. Barnett, of the Worthy Chief Templar of the ot Louisville, waa splendid and neier (all lo cure, and that lor tb trifling turn of staying out at night. world. Secretary of Stale; W. A. Wright, Compgraceful as "Don Juan." His fine face and fifty ctnti Tribune Sold by IVnnj A MeAIIs-teCRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS. LETTER smooth address, and winning ways were Notwithstanding Joe Blackburn's troller General; D. N. Speer, Treasurer; Don like in the extreme; Mr. Jos. Ferguearnest and commendable protest, Con- Clifford Anderson, Attorney General; Editor Interior Journal. The past week at the son, of Lexington, was "Mephistophotea" Congressman-at-larggress has referred the matter of audit- Thomas Hardeman, In New York, General Newton M. Springs has been one full of pleasure to to perfection. Hia handsome person, ing claims arising out of the illness Curtis, Treasurer of ia noviu.F. the Republican State the visitors, not only in the parlors of the flaming costume, pointed shoes, mousand death of President Garfield to a Committee, indicted and found guilty.of Hotel where music, dancing and Of too most approved pattern, manufactured by tache pointed, his seneral get up was so A. If. Andrews, Chicago. In good order and cheap. seemed to be the order of the day, fine Blackburn's violation of the Federal statute in collectTreasury commission. that each moment we eipected to see Inquire at ChrUtlaa Church, llustonvllle, or but also in out door exercises and sports, him break out in song from the Opera. J. II. IIU.M.AI', ItanTlIle, Ky. remonstrance had tho effect however ing contributions from Federal such as excursions in 'bus and on horse Perfect success. Young Mr. Joe Hobinson in that city during the last fall elec-- . of limitiug the entire amount to be diback, to the Dripping Spring, Sulphur impersonated the character of "Ivanhoe." vided to 857,000, of which the doctors tion, was sentenced to pay a fine of Spring and Burning Well, and also a visit His handsome and happy face was so Dealrlogtogo Weit I offer to sell my beautiful are to receive not exceeding $35,000; Attorney General Brewster has decid on Saturday afternoon to the race course, wreathed with smiles . that one would nat- little farm of a 1W and odd acrrv, welf linproTad ed that a member of Congre in not an of- which is now fixed up in splendid style urally think his Kebecca, the beautiful and abundance of stock water, and In a high slate enough, .God knows. of cultivation, lying Immediately on Ih turnpike ficer of the United States, as the word is with seats, awnings and Judges' stand. Also Jewess, was not far distant. But this is between Stanford aod iancaiter. 5 mites froma Tug republicans havo been blanloid and Smiles from Lancaster, and )i of used in the statutes, and that a gift to him pool Helling which has been quite an institoo much already and will say that on rune irom tiiinerxa ireea on the success of an for campaign purpooea is not punishable tution. There were three T. Kr.TIIKIU'ORI), races, one for next Friday night a grand dress ball, Satur Ulthcrta Creek, Ky. independent movement in Georgia, by law as claimed by Mr. George William all untrained horses, best two in three day the races, and on Friday week glass but the nomination by acclimation of Curtis in his controversy with "My dear heats; one for fast mules, and one for gen- balls and pigeon tournament presided over DESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE tlemen riders. In first race 4 horses; 2nd. 4 by Mr. Berry, of Louisville, in the house Alex. II. Stephens for governor, Hubbell." In the Ohio Democratic State Conven- mules; 3rd. 5 horses, were entered. The of Griffith & Son. bouse, for aale the I spoils very decidedly the calculation. J. F. L. withofferruomsandmy Krtb andonalnut cottage oforder, S S acres land a attached, Immediately ou tbe Btinford A CO.SrniNds, July 21. Mr. Stephens is the most popular man tion, at Columbus, Hon. John W. Okey, riding was tine, the hoises fleet and fun in Woulen Mills. Ou aald the paesent incumbent, waa nominated for abundance over the mule race. The Band in the State and will be alected withlaud there are aome 7u selected Irult trees now Supreme Judge by acclamation. J. W. from the Springs waa there and discoursed Central Kentucky Medical Association. bearing; water and pleney of II, all and a good stone spring out tho shadow of a doubt. The peo- Newman, of Portsmouth, for Secretary of sweet music between the heats. There The meeting of this Asso- necessary bouse. John 8. Murnhr natlix llted here o ple of Georgia swear by the little pig- State, and Henry Weible, of Van Wert will be another race next Saturday after ciation at Crab Orchard Spring on Wed- years, aays ue nerrr llrwl si a more pleasant plaxe anywhere. W. II. JlOL'ICt'.lt my. nesday last was one of the most pleasant county, for member of the Board of Pub- noon at 4 P. St. blanford, Ky lic Works. ever recorded in its history. While the atThere are about 175 now here and many Tun Louisville Democrat says: "A The Attorney General baa given an more expected during this week. On yes- tendance was not so large as ordinary, those Daviess county man claims to have opinion to the Secretary of the Treasury terday's train there came from Louisville, present were chiefly the working class, recently seen and conversed with John that the request of transportation compan- Mr. John White and family, Mr. Guthrie whose minds and hearts are interested intVllI be held at Uanrllle, oa Wilkes Booth, who is represented to ies to be allowed to take some 00,000 Chi- and family, Col. Murrell and family, Capt. tensely in the advancement of the science be liviug in Iudiana under an assumed nese laborers through the country from Silas Miller, formerly of the Gait House, and art of physic and the elevation of the AUGUST 1, 2, 3 AND namo.- Yes, and there will soon be Cuba to China can not be granted under and a dozen others whose names I have standards of the profession. I'remlun List la Largs and Liberal. The narrative of this Association and it lots of fellows who will claim that Gui-tea- the law as it now stands. This is a beau not yet heard. Every thing ia delightful Kacursloa Trains from Urorgetona andSoai-ersaltisuccess show what the united efforts totiful state of afldlrs. and the table still held to its proper is still alive and happy notwithon rd, 3d aad 1th days, Wcdaeaday, ThursThe house has passed a bill to in tude. We have here now fashionable ward the accomplishment of an ohjeet can day aod Friday, standing his bones are bleaching on crease ths amount for which postal achieve when persistently directed to that money belles from various points, Memphis adMiilebyWoir top of a tin roof in Washington. Frost's Celebrated Ilaad or orders may be issued up to $100, and fix- ding one more by the last train in the end. It has been an actor and played it Leilagtoa. ing the rate as follows : For $10, 8 cents; person of Miss Meacham. The young part in the exciting drama of medical is said that the special report of For Catalogaes address v. hku:k. $15 to $30, 15 cents; $30 to $40, 20 cenU; bucks follow her with admiring eyes event. Secretary. the Census Bureau, which by the way $40 to $50, 25 At this meeting, the literary efforts were cents; $50 to $50, 30 cents; where'erc she goes, and already a spirit of ' is not ready, although the census was SCO to $70, 35 cent; $70 to $80, 40 cents; rivalry has sprung up aa to who may be numerous and of a high order of merit. of taken in 1880, will require thirty the favored one for ride, walks, and The first on the programme was an article $80 to $100, 40 cents. The Treasury Department decided that polka in the But my opinion read by Dr. Ap. Morgan Vance, of Louisof 500 pages each, to contain it. 1. J. J. Newland, W. I. King, John Andtrwu, Those engaged in getting it up never the proviso in Section 11 of "the act to en is that where there is to much beauty and ville, a paper replete with interest and InWm. Cheatham, of Louis- Silas Anderson, Wm. M, Lackey, N, D. Lackey, worked in a newspaper office, elso able National Banking Associations to ex fascination that there must be some "dark struction. Dr. tend their corporate existence," will enti horse" lurking behind in Memphis, who, ville, next read a valuable paper on" Wounds J. II, Parsons and W. 8. rjioousmor bare asaocla ted theiuxlrea and become an Incorporated compa they would have learned the impor- tle holders of much to the dismay of present admirers, of the Eye and their Treatment." Dr. F. ny under tbe corporate name "Tlici Nlanforil the new tance ot condensing. Bonds to be issued in exchange for extendmay at any time "pop up," But let their O. Young, of Lancaster, presented a reort Mild a'rencliernvJIlo Turnpike Coiiipn- n y." Tbe principal place the Tun fate of Senator Ben Hill is the ed Sixea and Fives to perpetuate the origi- motto be dui riYutnw tirautus, and have a of an "Unique Case of Placental Presenta- ness of tbe company will be of transactingKy. busiat Stanford, much innocent fun aa they can, for you tion, with Extraction of Same," and a sucmost horrible that one could imagine. nal numbers of the new bonds. 2. Tbe general nature of the bualnesa of the know that when the "cat's away the mice cess recorded. Dr. Johnstone, of Danville, Second Assistant IWoiaater-Geneia- l will be tbe construction, operation and mainWith the fearful cancer eating his Kluier reports that the Star service In the will play," and she looks as if she could read a scientific essay on the "Operation tenance of a macadamised or irarel turnpike road tongue and throat away, andconseious I'acifio section la now in operation, at from a point within S mile, of dtanlord to a play with a score of them at Cupid's for Morgagnian Cataract." Dr. Carpenter, Ky. that death is inevitable either by cost 41) of Stanford, read a paper on the "Theraper cent, cheaper than un- pranks before the "dark host" comes. S. Tne amount of capital atock Is to lie not leas starving or choking, this once strong der former contractu, and also that the But the great feature of the week was peutics of Otology and the Advancement than 11,000 nor moi than 110,000, to U dltlded mile U 45 Into sharca of 129, to be paid In Installment of 20 per cent. lew. the Fancy Dress Ball of Friday evening. of Knowledge in Aural Diseases." and great mau lies helplessly awaiting, coat rccnt., the first to be paid AuguitSI, Ml, and The committee on Necrology (Brown, it is said calmly and resignedly, his These figures represent a saving of over With a glorious spirit of determination, the residue siery SO days tberealter. $2,000,000 annually in the contract term which is much to be admired, Mrs. John- Johnstone and Bailey,) presented a Memoend. i. Tbe corporation la to ooumsoc July 20, 1ISJ, rial of our late Fellow, Dr. Samuel P. Craig. and continue for Ally year from that date. of four yum. The section of the countrv son, of Lexington, as the commander-in-chie- f John D. White will not havo it referred to embraces localities of the Star Dr. Johnstone brought before the AssoS. Tbeatfilra of the corporation ar and the young ladle a high private to be con all)hiown way, uoteven so fur as his service which are now under dUcussion in took the animal by the horns and deter- ciation, merely for it reading and not for ducted by Are directors to be elected by Ibe shareof the party is concerned, in getting back to the Star Boute trials, mined there should be no such word a action, a paper embracing a series of reso- holders of Is tocorporation. The drst ehxtloa lu directors be held at the The Khedive has signed a decree and the result shows what can be lution which look to the elevation of med- Stanford, July 31, 1W2, aud thereafter the direcfail, Congress. Mr. Wilson Owen, a plain Arabl I'anlta and declaring him a accomplished by a competent General. ical education in the Slate of Kentucky, tors are to b annually elected ou tbe first Katurdsy but popular republican, has announclu July or each year. rebel. He has also Issued a general order Indeed, your correspondent think that and the expungement from the roll of ed himself for that position in White's . Tbe migration can subject Itself to no Von MoltVe and oharUtau. forbidding the Egyptian Army to obey or- Ossr, Hannibal,--Napoleobryood Its asaet.. distfict'and will uo doubt give him' a ders from Arabl nothing-dcA vote of Ihank wa tendered the disPasha, and forbidding tho and Wellington sink into utter 7. 1'rlraie property la to bt exempt Irout corpolively time. lt when compared to her and her well tinguished gentlemen from Louisville for rate debt. people to pay Liin taxes. The proclama T fttnrWe TrUmum KIT. -- Yourn to hand. Wo gueeajM how you nought be nistalwn.BlgBiN has never beaten any body yet. LeastwiM not as any body knows on. Even a Durham bull has distanced him more than once in races, and it taint down in the books that ho can beat, at this late day, tho thorough-breracer, Lit- tlo Phil. You'ro a confidence man, old fellow, but we don't put no confidence in your confidential coramtwl-catiooBet your sweet life your man'll got Taylorcd as usual. Ta, ta. d Semi-Weekly tion a tit a the people to assist the English, .who, It says, are (tfeasotlw Mm inter- Ha of KffTlil. Meuiecea tar fa nralarllnn .jV. : ' . . v. ninsoiin isanai were dlscRWU'at the French Cabinet Council on Snnday, and the necewary credit will probably be moved In the Chamber of Deputies It is underatood thst the English and French occupation of Port Said la projected. PHorrwHOJUL. rel r.i BRUCE, T.W.TARWOK. WALI.ACP!K.AIHOI. TANKOnn, A T. W. A W. R. VAHNON, ATTOUN11YH A'X" LAWi hall-mo- WARREN & ft St O Hs P- - CO, nrlc In Owsley KY. (ton's new building up stslrs. AITOIINISV AT I.iAW. LAN(!AHTKR,KY. Master (Vinmlmloner and (Vunty Attorney, Will practice In all thelloiirlaof (l.rraM and edjolelng counties and Iff the Court of Appeals. II.U. KAUFFMAN. - Court-hous- e ATTOIINHV A.T TANH)III), KY. TIIOMAB lCTui,I,,Jlt., TjAAV, r to O Will practice la the tVmrte nt this and adjoining rountle and In th Court of Appeals. Offlc In Owsley A don's new building up stslrs. ALEX. ANDEHHON, o Pj o '. A ATTOHNJJV A.T IA-V- , to IIANVII.I.K, KY., Will practice In the Courts of ItnjL and adjoining countleeand In the Court of Appeata. to e--t- P-- O o -l o t- O to CD I.IIIKUTr, KY. Will practice In all the Courts of Caey and adjoining counties, and In the Our I of Appeals. Ppeclai attention 1.1 fen to collections. Omre otr IU T. Pierre's store. 1)11. A,rXri'OINI3V AT IjAAV, aNti RimiKsa KnarisircnuKTT, MAHTHHHON VBYTON, PH to O to J. Q. OAltl'ENTEIt, KENTUCKY BTANFOIlll, P o d Jp Offlreoter Itoll. 8. Ly lie's store. Office hours from 3 lo )( and 7 to t r. H. J. J. WILSON, l73NTIHT. BTANFMlIi, Offlce and Itrtldenre, Upper Main Ht. KY( to O r-t-- O HUUOIlON DJ3NTIHT, STANFOIU), KY. Offlce outh aide Main Rlreet, two door, abot tbe Myers Hotel. Ture Nitrous Olid (lu adulnlitereJ when required. LEE F. HUFFMAN, o O . r I It, O. MOItUAN, D. D. W weeks Stanford Will of each month, from flril Monday. Iental room. In Mb Asaph Hotel, nier Mea'liler A llrlght'.. rSreslgn.) Atlancasterlwo weeks of each niaolh irom third Monday Ilental rooms In Mason house. 1'ure nitrous eatd goo administered whenueceeury M.f HfmU DKNTIHT, two be In H. rlga) oflice-holder- s, P -H oQ w to 2 Lincoln County Farm for Sale! - The helr.nl JiarphKcoll alter at pilfale sale, his farm or Its AClllCS lying 1 mile North of Ilia Itlfcr. and near the (larrard county line. Tbe land Is leitlle and In good repair. Thlrly-le- e acres In splendid tlmWr.oak, walnul.aih Ae., and all In (ran escept nine arrra, which Is now wheat stubble, This firm ran ! bought low and an easy terms. For lull rorllculsrs. call on iKtld IVoli, oaths firm, or addrra. him at (lllberl's Creek V. 87-O. Lincoln County, Kenlucay o o to ! to Stanford Female College. STAM'OItn, With KY. a Full Corps of Teachers, Keeslon A 1.1, breach-of-promis- O5 S3 Thl.lnttllutlon will open It. Thirteenth Til K on the id Monday In Ncpteialwr neiU KltANCHKS crest-falle- Tar-rod- 's OF A n, o P THOROUGHENGUSHCOUnSE Are taught, as well aa o e-- te-- fr CO to CD a- - 02 MUBIO. THE LANUUAOKrJ. I) It AW-INAND l'AINTINU. O TERMS MODERATE. 110; l'reparauuy, 110, and ColtrgUU, H In Tuition, prices raago from I IS to IM In lb regular Hrpartueote. Primary, Its, laterniedlaL For full pertlrulara, a to Board, Ac.addraae N. V. TKIIKIIKAKT. I'rlurllml. Stanford. Unrein Co., Ky. HKN. 0 tl r. FOR SALE!! WILL BE OPENED! O to . CD ". school hkskhi love-maki- To Its old Irlends and to the public en w to - office-holder- s $1,-00- 0. iEsiitAi5i,i:ivim ir. td CD t) i THE 15th DAY OF .TUNE FOR TIIK OCJO S1:AS0X OF 1882! UNDKlt AN V I! o H e- -t. J a g p Eutirely Gen. New """ Management. 3 tr LI neTer-falll- : r? c It em m v Jas. F. Robinson, of Lexington, Manager. The office in charge of Mess. John Fleet and 0. F. Moore. RATES OP BOARD : ' ol-.- ui CENTRAL KY. FAIR S3 p. 5 r ler Day Per Wock Per Month CHII.I)Hl:N fla.no ll.OO (118 tlitjN) 15.00 4. hZ g and nuusks half thick. EVERY COMFORT AND LUXURY, Lake Ice lucludnl. will be supplied lo gue.te, aod ther are assured that In eeerv rpuul.ltj. r A..I. class Hot. I the Management doe not Intend to be aurpaued by any tn America. Jai MT. U.KSOX u et It j. 67-t- d vol-nin- Notice Incorporation. ball-roo- o BQ 0s So o PO O ft ft feH W. Q. WELCH. Trustee AIJVMlTIKKMms. N. I. candidate 1. WILHOT H. llockcaatlo at August Klntlon, ISS. for the ortice of County Attorney of It. MAHTIN County Cuurt, August election, ISsj. Is a candidate for Clerk ol the Ibxkcaille Three-per-cen- 0 (A tr Hs Cl CD p S3 p o B J.1MKS P. WAI.MJV la .andldate lor County Judgaof lbxkcaslle, at Ih August election, com-pa- i j lll. iv. M. wi:nn clrcllou, ItU. for Assessor of ..',,,u.,J,P""1"lt csndTdal Itocksjll County, Augu.t Preach-emlll- e. 0 pr 0 IB P nam 31. N iiimiiiyrr, EY AT LAW, """ ATTOR Hit. Vornon, Ky. Will practlc hi. profession la Rockcastle and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals. Kpeclal attention gli.u to collection.. Court-Hou- 03 7 N3UUVM VARIETY NTOIti: l'X'. VlillNON, JCY.. Bouth-Ben- J. E. VOWELS' k MnwAi-a ! m 'aonua Agency of d Chilled Plows. Avery's Oast and 8teel Plows, Buckeye Knanflr RurAAn.taba W-- era, Mitchell Farm Wagons, New Home gewlngitaohines, Taylor's Elastio Bed Springs, 1tk.'l. V noon, occupied lb pulpit. Service will be held at 10 A. M and 7:30 r M elffh day. There wa an organisation on Sunday fruit Jam and tin ran at CurAr last of a Christian congregation ofslity fflTLDfcT3TOiar), W. ILIIiRcin. member at the new meeting house, jnsl Tuesday Mornlnp, July 25, 1882 Wiiitk roiinte rranea at retlnced price completed near Hoone' School House on at Hobt. H LylleV. Dlx Hirer In thl county, to be known a LOCAL TIME LAID. Jim received a new line of buggy anil Goshen, Kids, William and Livingston LAN. being present. We are informed that they wgon harneaa. W. T. Green. I'aiwrter train North 9 11A.M. hare the best house of worship in the coun" . 1 M r. m " Bonlh.... The llnfhlo Mill I now prepared to do ty outside of the towns, and will lose nothall klnda of cuatnm grinding in goml order, ing by comparison with them, Klder Jo. LOCAL NOTICES. Mil. II. C, ItUH.r.V Inalata that yoll come G. Livingston, who ha been mainly In Hur 1'AiNTi of Penny A MoAllsler. and ettlnyour Rrcotint with Mm; h need strumental In building up the cause of Kt.r.vRN rouNM HitRar for $1 nt MoAl Christ In that neighborhood, wa unanithe money. Inter A IlriKlil'n. mously selected to preach for them another Halt, 1,1 me timt Crmenl ffinatnnlly fin At.t. who are Indebted to me for account year. Thus an earnest and good man I hand it A. Owsley's. due July lat, are urgently requeued lorall rewarded in thll lifo which I an earneat Nkw storV of Jewelry and rTHTerww at and aettle. Ilobt. ft. I.jtlc Penny A MoAllsltV. of the life to come. Clbr.ii Ml 1. 1.'. Horglinm MIIU nml I.AHR, call and examine the light run. LAND,sf0CK 'AND' CROP. oiatora (or ialo dy A. Owsley. nlng New Home Hewing Machine, the beat Lovkim of floo.1 Ten will find llio lxal In the world, for aale at Chenaiilt, Hever Ten work mule eold In Montgomery In the city at Penny A MeAllster'. atflT'i per head, anre A Go. Wantkk 1,000 bu. IrWi Potatoes for Dr. T. II. fonlgomery sold to W. G. A HrUhl. Ki.nrii W. II, adverllacmenl cash or trade. MoAlister Wallace, for Hen Given, a thorough-bre- d Watciieh, Clock and Jewelry repaired brought lit mule to time. It had followed bull calf for IIS. and warranted liy Penny A McAlisler. aome one home, who upon finding whoae It H. Y. Ilcrry A Co , have bought CO,-0Wantf.ii. Ootinlry bacon. highest mar waa returned it to the owner. bushel of wheat at 05 cents to $1. ket price Incaah paid. McAllster ft Ilrlght. Ir ouu Stanford boy had not made They say the crop it magnificent. Wood Puiik Alden Fruit Vinegar, bent In the world, for sale only ij McAllster ft llrlglit. o bad a record recently, that Bomertet ford Sun. and You will find the beat Mr. George I). Weren received the nine would never have dared to lend the firents clgr In town at Penny A McAlla. challenge which we publiab In another following from New York last evening: lerV August wheat $1 1 1 In thl city, $1.1.1, in column. J. II, ft 8. II.Kiianki ire receiving and Italtlmore, a decline of 1 J cent since Satoffer Tun Madlann Pair Aaaociation onlng nice new lot of Zelgler filioes urday, low cnt. greater Inducement thl ver than ever. It, D, Hunter threshed a field of wheat A run. line of California Canned flood, Thoas race each day will draw, when that averaged 30 bushel and 14 pound to Including Apricots, drape, Peam, Peaches worated niiill and fat rooter ceaae to be and Kgg Plum at McAlisler and might's. the acie. It wa Ihe German Amber vaattractive. riety and wa ratsed from seed obtained in PERSONAL Mm, MoAlidtkii A SAM.r.r. have aecur-e- d Canada last fall. MlMMlNNIR l!l)UlffTON 1 the guest nf the eervlce of Mr. Parker, an experienHon. R. J. White, of Madison, bought ced miller from the large mill of the of Hon. J. S. Owsley, of this county, 103 MlMfiallleUreen. North Wet, and are confident that they feeder for October delivery at 6 cents. Misw IIki.i.k Camjwklu of Danfllle, can give the beat aatlafactton in (lour, bought of Dick Moore a Mr. White a la at Mr. T. M. PennlngtonV lot of cattle at $53 per head. Mr. J. W. IIiiown, a rising Tonne atDaw'pox have received Haiuiii A John M. Hall void to J. G. Lynn 100 torney of Mt. Vernon, was lierc yesterday. 15 tona ol Liike Ice, wlilch they will aell in M. C. HAUKl.KV and Ms daughewe at $260 ier head; not picked; also 40 Juduk I cent per pound. Person unall lot at ter, MImc Jennie Emtns, and Helen, are wanting large lot can get It on reasonable to llulT Dudderar at name price, and to flatting In Columbia. J. N. Reynold 45 at same price. He alo term. They still sell manufactured ice at sold to Craig Lynn 4 cattle for $105. Mrani Namnik Woon, of lloyle, and 1 cent cr pound. The wheat crop in Kentucky this I.otianna James of Crab Orchard, are viait-In- g Y: very much fear that our old friend, year is surpassing expectations. The whole Saunders. MIm Maggie Mmm. Jah. T. Cham, Wavxtm W. W. II. Miller Ki , i going to the bad. State crop I now estimated at 18,000,000 Own.tr, Jit., ajoi Jamkh Witiihiw left He wa actually out driving Sunday, with bushels, against a range In former crop of that arch political enemy, Col. W. O. Ilrad-le- from 7,000,000 to 11,000,000 bushels. Nineytaterilay for Cumberland Fall. Shun bad company young man, and ty cent is the highest price ollered by Mil. J. H. M(OHr, rpresenttng the DinTllle 7Wtme, tlutmwt rapid of repub- reiiiemlier that evil communication cor- dealer now. rupt good manner. Runny-med- e n race-hors- e lican sheets, U here on a collecting tour. The at Driire, War. -- -. KnuiT JAM of all kind ' ren A Co.V. ICY. Hicn, .i - INDUCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY ! the next 60 days, my stock of Laces, Hamburg Edging, Lace Curtains, India Linens, Piques, Fans, Plaid Ginghams, Sec. 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. me. jKespectruiiy, To reduce my stock of Summer Goods, -- I will offer at Very Low Prices, for ita. kuist. s. JjITIjE. PULASKI COUNTf. I Somtntt. Mrs, L. II. Porch and daughter are at J. M. Wilson's. The O , N. O. A T. P. R. R. ha avoided a strike by raising wage to $1.76 per trip. Tluy very generously dated their order back to July 1st. Over $30,000 worth of property chang ed hand last county court day. Land brought good prices, and the entire mar ket wa rather still. Ike Murlock, miner at Barren Fork, got hi smalt finger slightly mashed be tween the car Friday, Guess he will be content to dig coal and let alone In the future. The Borden A Thomas nines tried con clusion again Friday. Score 14 to 8 In favor of former. If the Stanford nine want to take any lesson we think we can give them some instructions. Col. Morrow went to Pine Knot Thurs day to prosecute some scamp for throwing Into the window of a passenger coach, but when be arrived tbe bird had flown. The official are confident of catching them. The republican county ticket will go through without opposition, but there will be a hot fight over Congressional honor. Capt. Carr and Cot. Wolford both made a good impression here at their speaking, and the friends of each are prepared to wade in neck deep. WAYNE CO UNTT. Mis Annie'Helden man' for a short stay. at Mr. New li ut Ie with Mis Reynolds, a neighbor girl, deter-- 1 mined to marry her. Mis R, was willing, but the parent of the twain objected siren- - j uously to any such proceeding. Taylor HULKS ix- - then attempted to curry the young lady to place where parental objections would DRUGS, LOOKS, STATIONERY FANCY ARTICLES. not be in the way. In hi first effort he rhyalclans' Prescriptions accurately compounded, Pharmaceutical Preparations a specialty. wa unsuccessful, but last week he met with better luck. They went to Tennessee and returned man and wife. Two of young Taylor' brother had married sister of Mis Reynolds. It would teem that these people are keeping all the riches in the family with a vengeance. ThoLARGEST STOOK.of WAT0HES.CL00KS, JEWELRY Mr. and Mr. W. About People. M. Weber and M laces Annie Kirtley, NUiVEUWAKE Cleo. Williams and Fannie Bragg are vis. Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches, Olocks and Iting friends in London. Miss Mollie Jewelrr Repaired on short notice, and Warranted. Kennedy, a very handsome young lady from Louisville, who had been visiting Mr. L II, Dean, at Pine Hill, returned home last week. Misses Jennie Kennedy, Mollie Tatum and Mollie King, of Crab Orchard, were the guest of Miss Maggie Adams, of this place, last week. Mr. W. S. Knott, an attorney from Lebanon was here yesterday on business. Mr. Otter, of Louisville, I visiting her son J. H. Otter. Dr. and Mr. W. A. Brown, of Parkaville, Takes this opportunity or thanking hia pstroni In Stanford and vicinity for their liberal support, snd are visiting at Judge G. W. McClure'a. a Hock Ihlaearly In the season, before being cullsd hopes to rstsln It, si he has aetected a Mis Helen Conn, of Brodhead, will leave over, and tt for Garrard county in a short time to take charge of a school. Mr. W. II. Spradlin returned last week from a visit to Tenstylo. Hia motto la: nessee and has taken his former place in Krom Ihs belt of Foreign Makera. They will bs cut and made In Cutting snd Impairing neatly and promptly dooe. the K. C R. R. Corps. Mr. Frank P. Kel-le- y "To Excel." and party of the K. C. spent Sunday hers. They are still surveying the Round-ston- e route. j PENNY PENNY & McALISTER & McALISTER, Al H. C. RUPLET, STANFORD, KY., Arat-claSrst-cJu- a IvaCE3 3Fl.a3Ea:u9L.3NrTL7 TAILOR., Comprises Everything that is New, sTODBCHNT of tallisville, HOK. II. C. went up to Crab Orchard Saturday in his private car, taking Ida family and mime ten or a doicn other. Cow. IIiu. and Welch and R. C. , afltr getting the credit for Waiiiim, It and baring the satisfaction of seeing their name" In print, which wan their main object, failed to attend Ilia Democratic barbeone at Columbia. Rich that the other two are to blame for the failure. In the Maryrllle (.Mo.) JTroee we notice the following compliment to 4th of July oration delivered lir Hon. (, A. C. .Itoclireler, formerly of Ibla place. ''It was full of Idea, new and startling, and delivered in moat eloquent tenna and tone. It made a deep Impression on all who beard it and will deubtle set them all to doing that hardest of all work, via: thinking. MUHIIKLL, 1 a . Tiik Lawn Dki.av. Ilirt Simrwon, who several year ago, killed the County Clerk of Clay and who lias four lime been on trial for the oflencr, waa acquitted at London, Friday. There were burg jurle in three of the trial. The length of time since the killing and the fact that Col. W. O. Ilrad-Ic- y waa of counsel fur the defense the lat time, account for the result. JuJge De-- I I.iveti, of the Shelby vi lie District, presided. LOCAL MATTER Mortr. fly fna at $.1.00 , S at W. II. We.-Bi- Iur.CllUAM PflKUEIHalCOst by W. T. tlreen. TltrCos.1 Miners up the roid arc on a general atrike. Mimk Newport Slippers for 76 cent at KobUS. I.ytle's. ' We aru aelling at coat for sixty daya to reduce slock, llruce. Warren A Co. Irish Potatow. buabela at once. I want to buy 60,000 A, T. Kunnclly Stanford. I 0 or 7 buihela of millet need left which I will tell cheap or farm out on shares. A. Owaley. iiavk This proprietor of the Lincoln Mill are adding a large warehouse to their already spacious ipiarter. An uphoUterer'a eatablUhineot baa been Dunham, who la opened here by Mr. L. workman. aaid to be a -- Mitf. Kati: Dutmr.KAH would be very much obliged to thoso who are indebted to her If they would call and settle. fmt-Han Tin: Kepublicaii', that la nine white 8a; and two blacks, hold a "large and enthusl-ti- c meeting" hero Saturday afternoon. The object was to appoint delegate to tho Dis 7 bushel bbl. $2. trict Convention wliiidi is to lie held here LINCOLN COUNTY. to nominite Col. W. . Ilradley, who haa Crab Orchard. been a candidate for Congress for several The Fancy Hall at the Springs Friday month. The question of putting out an opposition ticket wa discussed, but it wa night waa an elegant alldir. James T. Chadwick bought of Mis decided that the game wa not worth the candle, and of a comequenre, the Idea wa Katie Shi vel, n handsome saddle mare for $76. abandoned. Little Waller Saunders is still in a A 8INOUI.AR accident happened to Mis most critical condition; no hope of hi re Helltelaw. daughter of Frank lloltzclaw. covery. He haa been the moet patient suf of Ih Kaat end of the county. A few day ferer we ever saw. ago, he, with several other of the boy Misses Klin and Mtggie Harris are and girl went whortlebery hunting. A giRMts of Mr. Willie Ituchanan. Mr. storm threatened, and they started to re itland Mallard of Richmond, i the guest g turn home, when her horse shied at of J. G. Rallard. Mr. II. II. Farris.of Lou- and threw Iter oil. Her foot caught isville, i at home on a brief visit. Mis In the stirrup and the animal becoming Maggie Adam Is with Mis Motile Tatem frightened dashed ofT dragging her along Mr. Fannie Green of Stanford, Is visiting until it wa released. Her companion had her mint, Mrs. Sam Hardin. by thl time reached her, when they were Aa Sam Totem wa driving down Lansurprised to find that she waa apparently caster street a few morning ago, hia horse unhurt. A further examination however, made a sudden turn to go Into the livery revealed the fact that oneot her ear had stable, but missed it and ran dawn under been torn oil close to the head. A close Ihe bridge instead. It waa quite a narrow search wa made for the missing member, escape as the embankment is ten or fifteen but no trace of it was found. The young fret high. Driver and horse escaped unlady ia indeed to lie lympathited within hurt, but the wagon waa slightly injured. her irreparable ome-thin- ha. broken down ho'ieleady. He wa worked a mile and a half Saturday at Saratoga, and after returning to hi stable it was discovered that the tendon in the hind leg bad given away. Dyer Uros. gave $5,000 for Runnymede a year ago. Relow are the ruling price for pro visions, Ac , in Stanford: Hacon shoulders, 18c. Flour, $.3 00 j hams, 18c; side, to $3 60; corn,$5.00;racal,1.25ier bushel; oat, 85c.; codec, 12 to 20c, molasses, 05c. peaches, 8Jc.; to 76c; dried apples, new Irish potatoes, 60c per bushel; butter, 20c; cheeae, 20c; eggs, 10c; salt by Monficello. An infant child of U. F. Oatt hinartic- ulo mortis of enteric and pulmonary disease. Hampton Prentiss, of whom mention wa made in your last issue, died of the In juries received from the fall. Born to tbe wife of G. W. Flemming, Robert McKechnie ha also a daughter. been presented with a daughter. son of Rowland A little Hubbard had his elbow badly dislocated by falling from a fence a short time ago. Uncle Henry Hufliaker sold a pair of oxen to R. Burnett, weighing 3760 pounds for $160. Doc Shearer sold 3 mule colt to James Duncan for $176. Col. Robert Metcalf and family, of New Mexico, are visiting friend in this vicinity. He has recently bought and presented to hit niece, Mis Mary Flemming, the house and lot in Monticello, known as Club. We are not acquainted with any of it member hence do not know whom to ildmui. You will do ns uuite a favor br teeing their captain and challenge him for us. We bear all expense) alter iney gei here. If accepted their captain can ad dress me as to date Ac By doing this yon will oblige yours. W . A" Morrow. Somerset, July 21th. Challenge. Editor Inltrlor Journal. We would like to play a match of two beat in three againts the Stanford Base Ball A OHXT0FLOI3C dfc - OO. -- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALEB3 IN- PIANOS AND OEGANS Sheei M:t Mi, and all Kinds of Musical Herchnita, NO. 66'WEST FOURTH S T., CINCINNATI, O. Grand PIANOS, Square HAMS, OhaDel and Upright PIANOS, Buck ten's Arnica Salre. Tbalmt sslve In the world for Cuts, ItrulKi, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fevsr Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and alt Skin Eruptions, and poiHIvelr cures piles. It is guar anteed to live entire aatlioctlon or monej refund ed. Price M cents per box. For sale by Penny Jk McAHster. In Rosewood, Salinwood, Mahogony, French Walnut and Ebonized Cases, in elegant designs to corresiwnd with any stylo ot Furniture. Elegant Parlor Organs, Organs, Church Organs, beau- Free of Cost. Allperaonswlahlngto tot Ihe merit of a great We invite the public attention to our large and well selected stock ol remedy-o- ne that will positively cure ConsumpORGANS, and our uneoualed facilities for furnishing tion, Cougha, Oolda, Asthma, Bronchitis, or any the Tu tic property. are requested If the trustee of Monticello would affection of tbe Throat and Lungs Drug Store and the best class of instruments at low rates. We purchase for net cash in at Peony A McAlltter'a to larger quantities than any other house in this city. The expense of our prohibit the hitching of horses on the get call a Trial Bottle of Dr. Klng'a New Discovery ORGAN Department is far less than some housto cleanse and lor Consumption, tree of coat, which wlllihow streets, have the citizens es doing exclusively n Piano and Organ trade. We have reached lower bottle will do. disinfect the sleets, alleys, back yards, you what a regular dollar-sls- e With one Manual, with two Manuals and Pedals, containing the most tiful, powerful and useful combinations ever procured in reed Instruments. PIANOS and PIANO and privy vaults, Ac the comingautumn might SEW ADYKUTISEXEaTtS. be very much more healthy than waa the last one. The dampnes and warmth of B.U.Pennington hutwogood, A TfC! tbe present season will tend greatly to proto I atrongteamasndlsprepsrtd haullug. He will work one ol his duce malaria and promote the cause of do alt klnda of 8t teams to jtowers II dealrtd. Give him Job. jjmotic diteascs generally. mp il)i.i10 prices than have been tendered by any dealers in this market, and guarantee all instruments as represented. We sell on easy monthly or quarterly pay ments, and any instrument taken on trial, not proving as represented, may be returned at our expense. We solicit correspondence with persons desir ing to purchase, and take pleasure in answering all inquiries. tTUJfcLN CHURCH & CO. UT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. We are authorized to announce b'AUMKiwdealrlng to lay In their winter aupply of coal would do well to see the proprietor of Lincoln Milk It will be money In their pocket. Tin: Danville Hop Club will give an entertainment at J amen Hall on the evening of August lat, and on Thursday evening of the name week will give a German. iiooii aa was Maybury, Pullman A Htmllton'a circu lait year, It Is said to be greatly Improved thl seasou. A big from thl county will go to Danville Thuraday to sea it. Am . m stopped oil' here yesterday on hia return from the Ilarbecuo in Adair. He say that there were some 6,000 people present and that he never saw a happier or better behaved crowd in hi life. Owing to the of death of Cal. Morgan, a brother-in-laGen. limit Duke, that gentleman wa not present to deliver the presentation speech, but Maj. A. K. ltichard filled hi place In a most acceptable manner, delivering one of the handsomest little sm'ecliea he ever heard. Col. Wol.'ord gracefully accepted the line horse, saddle and bridle, and a usual waa very eloquent in hi etecli of thank. During the day, Judge S.iutley, in response to loud calls, made a telling speech. Judge Owsley also responded to an urgent demand and we suppose spoke in bin usual happy Htrain. Ihe meeting wa a very successful one In warming the people up to the importance of the coming election. Pi.kasi: Notice. All peraona indebted to Halo ft Nunneller, cither by note or account will pleaae come forward and nettle immediately. The limine) nmU lx wound up. A. T. Nunnelley. o Poiitmvn la announced In thil iaaue aa n candidate for He ha made a to the ollico of Maglitratu. ollicer, and all who moat conaeleiitloua know him are oontldvnt that hi weather eyeiaalwayaoptn to the Interest of the nubile a be ees it.i Col. Thomas LovKi.r Joniw, oandldate for Governor, baa, "at the rnnieat of the State Central Committee," oonented to "apeak for the democratic parly" at a number of placet, including Stanlord,.where he will hold forth at 1 V. M. Auguat 4th. It oblige the i very clever in Col. Jonen to Committee, apt. Oeo. II. McKin-ne- y Tub New H has received a letter from Mr. W. II. Knradlln. of the K. C. Ilnglneer Col pa, that he will arrive here tomorrow to ride over the proioiiel railroad from Stanford to Ualla. llne.Tenn," Col. Yarnon will llfceljr accompany him and perhapi Mr. them aa far a the Caoy anO'dalr line. ThU begin to look like bualuea and we God tpeed the good work. P.JUI11K M. C. K.-CD.W.Vande-veerlll'lKrwlT- h Lancaster. The Baptist meeting closed Thursday night. Rev. R. II. Kinnalrd, of Midway, will preach at tho Presbyterian Church next Sunday. The young men gave a nice little hop at the Maion House Friday night in honor of the young ladies visiting here. Three of our young men have organ-lie- d themselves into a pedestrian club and propose walking to Cincinnati about the first of September. The death rate In thl community thl Summer ha been greatly above the average, but the death have been among the ety old people. The interest In the election seem to be on the Increase. Roth aide are working hard and it would not be safe to stake your money on e'ther side. So don't. The question that ia agitating the mind of the public hereabouts, I, Why did Jim Duncan want to butt his head MARRIAGES. Mr. W. T, Uruen obtained license yes- against tbe church wall Sunday night 7 A terday to marry Mlsa Nora, daughter of few hold pointer on thl but wont divulge. Dr. W. II. Pettu is very sick. Ill Mr. Isaao Camden of this county, The physician pronounce his case critical and groom wa born in Hngland of Irish pahave telegraphed for hi sons, one in Lourents. isville, the other In Paducah, to come at RELIGIOUS. once. Mr. Wui, Gray, a very old but reThe Presbyterian Hoard of Foreign markably strong healthy man, waa taken Missiona baa appropriated $040,000 for it seriously ill a few day ago and his recov-ci- y work the coming year. considered doubtful, but he ia Impror- There are 637 churches in PhiladelIng' Lancaster ha the building fever bad, phia a figure which entitle that town to be raited "the city of churches." George D. HurdeU A Co.; J. G. Sweeney ltev. Green Clay Smith, of the Jit. A Son; Jno. A W. R. Miller and K. Brown, s on Sterling Uapllst church, resigned In order will each build nice brick to beoome nn evangelist. Ill resignation their lota in tbe "burnt district." Durdett & Co. will front on Danville Street a well was not accepted, -- Klder W. L. William and J. G. as on tbe public square, thus making five will commence a protracted meet- rooms. May It prove contagiou and ating at Lawson' School-bousIn Garrard tack their neighbor fatally. county, next Friday night. Misses Kllen Hank and Fannie The New York iun ha a several of Lawrenceburg, are visiting Mis n description ol ltev. Geo. O, Karnes Nell Duncan. Mess. Hell Walker and and lii methods, which I one of the best Pattle Faulkner, of the county, are guesta we have seen. It is copied in full la last of Misses Utile Walker and Jennie u Saturday' Cincinnati Cbnitnerciaf. Faulkner. Misses Claude Hull, Will The meeting at the Christian church and Silaa Joseph, of Lawrenceburg, I progressing satisfactorily. The pastor, were at the lion. Mis Lee Sandifer I Dr. J. W. Cox, haa preached lour very Im- visiting Mis Mamie Olds. Mr. W. II. pressive sermons, and last night Klder Greenleaf, of St, Louis, Mo., Is visiting btr Reynolds, who had arrived In the after mother, Mr. Owsley. store-roomLil-lar- d, col-uDed-ma- Tub h. Uauukoui:. Judge M. 11. Owaley OARRARD COUNTrT Sam. M. Burdett. Editor. Yesterday was Court Court Day. The magistrates were in attendance to receive the dilinquent list from the sheriff. A freight train jumped off the track at the mouth of No. G tunnel in Laurel County, last Friday, causing a delay of an hour or more to tbe South bound passenger train. Mr. F. L. Thompson is preparing to on the lot adjoin build a new store-rooing the building he now occupies. The work will be under the supervision of Mr. S. H. Thompson. Jack Hornsby waa arrested Saturday by Constable John Smallwood, on a bench warrant charging him with carrying con cealed deadly weapons, and in default of $50 ball was com mi ted to jail. Having had two days of sunshine, shipper begin to farmers and and hope that the wet weather ha spent The wheat haa not been damaged by business haa the rains, but the been materially interfered with. The colored people held eervlcea in the Court House Sunday morning, afternoon and night. They are making an effort to build a new church near town, and took up a collection looking to that end. A very liberal amount waa subscribed. There is very little said about the election of Magistrates In the various precinct of the county. The people should see to It that good men are chosen. In the Livings-so- n precinct A. J. Pike and J. R. Calloway and in are both candidates for this precinct M. I:. Mullins will be re elected. In the Laurel Circuit Court last week, JudgeS. K. Dellaven sitting aa pecial judge, 11. P. Simiwon, charged with mur der, was acquitted. He had been three times trie! before, each trial resulting in a hung jury. Simpson killed James White, clerk of the Clay County Court, several year ago. In addition lu in lormer strong array of counsel, he wa defended at hi last trial by Hon. W. O. Bradley. Tom, Moore was tried last Friday before Judge McCIure on tbe charge of maliciously ahooting and wounding John Burton. The teatlmony showed that Burton began the difficulty and fired the first two shots, Hia piatol wa discharged by accident the first time, but the second time he fired straight at Moore, Then Moore fired and wounded Hurton. Moore was acquitted on the ground that he shot la self de fense. A warrant waa Issued against him for carrying concealed weapon on which he gave bond to the Circuit Court. Bar ton' wound still confines him to hi bed, but I I thought be will recover. Vnimi, l. Tauln- - nf tl, Hlaila.1 nu. clnct, having become desperately smitten tan-bar- k tan-bar- k SQUIRE M. V. POKTMAN to tbe office of A caodldsts lor In the Stanford Precinct. Msgls-tra- te GEO. D. WEAREN, STANFORD, LANCASTER and HUST0NVILLE, -- ELECTION NOTICE. ON THE FIRST MONDAY IN AUGUST, 1881. sn election will b held In the Turnersvtlle civil district In Lincoln county for a Juatlce of the Peace for the unexpired portion of the term of John Cash, K., deceased. Also, at the aam time, In Walnut flat dlltrlrl. far Gonatable. lo fill 1 f S- csner until June 1,1882, csuicd by the failure of 11. w, urecn 10 quauij. G2 W. V. JfeKINNEY. Coroner of Lincoln County. DEALEK IN- - Grain, Wool, Orchard Grass and other Seeds, MADISON COUNTY MMp pwiisl Fair Association WILL HOLD THEIK NEXT ANNUAL MEETING AT KICUMOND, KY., ON TUESDAY, AUG. 8, AND CONTINUE S DAYS. TWO SPLENDID TKOTTIXU KACES Each Day Over the Host Half- Mlle Track In the State. LARUE AND LIDEKAL PREMIUMS For Cattle, Sheep, Hors, Fowls, Mules, Jacks and Jennets, Harness aud Saddle Horses. si Richmond S3?iai3rc3- - -- wa.o-o:ets. day from Danville Junction btsnford at .S7; Lancaster, st 9 o'clock; returning alter Fair la over, reaching Lancsiter ut :40 r. ., HUoford, 7:10 snd Dmnrllls Junction 7:40. Uood box stalls aud bedllng furnished boraes entered In regular trota Free. For Information orcatalogusa addreaa J. I), llarrla, l'rc., or at 7:22, arriving Ul 8clal trains each G.3'1 A. M. Leave n,H, liliiviicn, nrrr., lllchmond, Ky. READ MEN' OF HUSINESS AND ECONOMISTS 8UOULD mtADSXIUGET'S: a sixticn-cau- flKlNCK i wmucLY jousxil or tkadx, KCUMOUr. AMU rUULIO PUBLISHED 27V, BY 283 21, THE BltADBTnEET CO., BiOADHir, Nivr Yoke. Irw, artx-wi- 13.00 jwr l'ror Advantt, IvMlag Pulai. siitaLS copjks, rif.v vkxth. cones hiil ik iut raai om ths As a financial aud couiiusrclsl roreiuoat puriioa or Biaostsirr's Is to bs of practical acrvlos lo business wan. Ila wclal tnds snd luduatrlsl reporta; Ita veeklr epltoiu of bankruptcies throughout ths United fatatea sod Canada and uaaper, BUGGIES UeHiic-ro- . Sell-Hind- er .A-HSTI- ritrHW'L'utterH, liabilities are akms IhaauiuuiarlMoraaselaand liii; Muchluets Ths synopoes of worth ths aubscrlnilon price. eicwdlDglr recent legal declafuna conatltuU au taluabW feature. As couiiusrclsl transaction., lu And other Implements and Machinery. We buy oxcluiiielj ths wider scum, sra couilug to U uioro and mors lots, aud consequently obtain the direct, for cash, in car-loa- d conducted ou a alatlatkal Uala, tho Information Ooods at lowest rates of freight. Our motto is t "First-clas- s contained In liajoatssrr'a U of ths Brat Important both lo producers snd ulddls-uiethe B est is always the Cheapest." Kespectfully, llHy-l'reswv- uraiis lfriiin, ajorii"iBiiiiTi, oissmj' CultlvHtorH, HttrrowH, Corn-SUeller- Mower, CARBIAGES, Hy-llHkc8, iis, TkreHk- KHKlueti, from Manufacturer, HHtl largest discount and Seasonable riices- -s TUK alTUATIOM TSADE AllO AURlCULTVaAb A IIISOUUIIOUT THE UEITED STATES AXD ar TELSUEaru to is EEroaTED UEADSTSEEfa tlf TO THE 110 IE OK rVIUCATIOM, W. ia. ilanagtr LancssUr Depot. wrriiEitN, GEO. D. WEAREN, Btanfoid.Ky. GHKK A Managers Uusloavius WILLIAMN, Depot L'L1. occurred on board IHfalC-MN- N IIOUNK! Uie, sleeping car that lftTClevclaud tho flTtnroxn 8tkt- henMt' other night.' Among tho passengers eey,- at a costof $H0fi06,f . ST AXT3TOiaX, "Sometimes more and sometimes was completed the county officers and was a plain, staid, Western Ilcacrvo LANUASTER, KENTUCKY Jtil25,1882 less," answered tho man, with tho contractor celebrated tho ovent by a "schoolmarm," who was going West Tuesday Morning, -'banquet in tho building. Thero wcro on n vacation. Sho had secured a samo quizzical amilo. JOHN T. linWINS, l'ltO.'rUr.TOK. Hut ho had procured a cord from liquors In great abundance. After a lower berth, hut when almut to rollro 0NLr A FARMER." bo- - number of toasts had been drank, tho discovered was to that a gentleman his pocket, and, with deft fingers, A "I don't like the country, and I can mending tho broken trace. Ilicn gentleman presiding (a Judge) propos occupy tho shelf abovo her. Sho made tn erery riRST CLASS HOTEL public patronage It wa a "holy kick" ngalnst this arrango- solicited, particular, The guarintced. ol the(ll-l- f would hnvo como here but fur ho produced somo nails and with n stone ed tho "iempfcranco cause. never ami satisfaction tho chnnco of becoming Airs. Allen pounded away vigorously beneath tho probably done becauso thoy wcro get- mcuf, flatly declared that a company ting pretty drunk. Mr. Bartram, a that had no mora regard for a singlo carriage Water. that- - tho truth." 'There! By driving carefully you tempcranco man, was called on to re- lady's feelings was unworthy of tho Her mother looked up amused at the frankness of her youngest daugh- will bo ablo to reach home safely," ho spond, and did so In tho following nalronaco of rcsDcctablo nconlo. Tho stinging speech, which somo of them conductor, after considerable troublo, ter, and as for her eldest daughter. said, at last, rising. Thero was something in his compos- perhaps will never forget. He said: got the Icsio of thesholf to tako a low Dora, sho sank back in her seat with Main St., Nlanford, ICy. "I thank you for your invitation, er berth in tho next section. Tho ed manner and distinct enunciation a pained blush in her dark check. You havo gcntlo damsel retired without disrob need not com- which made Ada staro for an instant; and I recognize its fitness. "I am sure, Ada, you plain. You Imvo n far easier living but sho could seo littlo beneath tho assembled to cclebrnlo tho enlargement ing, and latter in tho nignt got up to JOHN DINWIDDIE.PRO'H, at tho Hollyhocks than cither mother broad straw hat but a curling black of this jail, rendered necessary by tho get a drink of water. Ilcforo leaving beard, a tanned cheek and two piercing U80 ot strong tlrinic, in which wo aro her lxrtli alio pinned n piece of paper OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 or I," she raid. freely indulging this day. Down to tho curtain, Hi order that sho might "Whr, every thing need bosohato-ful- . eyes. stairs tho cells nnd corridors aro crowd- mako sure of it on her "return. Her "What is to nay?" I don't kg." crumbled Miss Ada, DAY. ed with criminals whohavo but chang movements wero observed by tho gen- BOARD, 92.00 "Nothing." frowninc under her flaxen curls. "If A fow years ago they were tleman whom sho had caused to bo offered a hand to help Dora into ed places. He lather hadn't died now ho might have Special Accommodation to Commercial respected citizens, some, of thorn occu- removed, and ho being a wag, run along for years, until Dora and I tho carriage. Travelers. him that now was his chance Sho seated herself and drow out a pying as responsible positions as those wcro suitably married, and kept up Hastily removing tho filled by yourselves; but thoy com- to get oven. wo could havo tnauo littlo embroidered portmonnaie. appearances so Baggage Transferred Free of Charge "I beg your pardon," sho said ear- menced, and thoy coutinnod, and to- paper ho pinned it to tho curtain of good matches. Now every Iwdy knows Boston drummer and Ilhave recently taken charge of this house nestly, "hut you must lei me pay you. day thoy aro reaping tho harvest in a tho berth of a we aroroor' ' " You Baid you wcro in a hurry; wo havo career of crimo and paying tho penalty then awaited developments. In a litand intend to have "And everybody knows wo are accommodations. cried Dora, who still trembled taken your time, and you have dono with a period of punishment. (At tle while tho lady mado her way back at tho mention of her dead father. us a great service. I havo nothing this moment another bottle was open- to whero the paper was affixed and got "Wo settled every thing as honor-hi- e but a half dollar. Fray take it. lam ed, and Mr. Bartram said:) I hear the into bed. A moment latter a succcs blushing as sho popping of cork. I listen to tho mer- sion of piercing screams issued from as possible and camo hero to live, sorry it is so little, ry voices and the praises you are sing- the berth, followed by tho alarmed glad of Undo Alfred's ofTcr at least I tendered him a shining com. Again tho quizzical smile, and tho ing to the infernal spirits of wine; but lady nnd tho now awakoncd drummer, was." "And I am suro I was my dear," eyes they had a world of meaning in thero comes to mo tho refrain from the who hopped out after her tosco "what STANFORD. KY. said Airs. Atherton with a sigh. "I them, thoso piercing dark eyos under prisoner's cell, who is shedding peni- tho devil tho racket was about." Tho am thankful to havo a roof over my tho hat brim. Dora felt her heart tential tears over his folly, and accom- sceno that ensued beggars description. Propr. panied by tho still sadder wail oi an- It took tho conductor and porter an E. II. BURNSIDE, beat strangely. head in my old age." florgreatly that the man guish uttered by tho brokeu hearted hour to pacify tho enraged female, "Uncle Alfred was absorbed in It relieved her Old and Woll - Known iculture, and made a pet of tho place extended his hand and received tho wife, worso than widow through tho and oven then sho refused to bo mol- This Hotol Still Maintains its traffic in strong drink, which a judge lified until sho was given a slate room for years. It is lovely here, I think," money. High Imputation, in your court said "is tho great pro- for her sole use for tho remainder of said Dora, leaning to look out into tho "Thank you," ho said, quietly. AND motive of crime," a traffic licensed by tho night. Republi Washington "What rnav vour namo be?" asked bright Summer garden. Its Proprietor is Determined that "I don't caro for flowers," returned Ada, who had seated herself unassist- your votes aud sustained by the pat- can . it Shall be Second to no Country Ada, moodily. "I can't mako myself ed, "and your occupation? You arc ronage you aro this day giving it. It Hotel in the State iu its Fare, On the Safe Side. is with inexpressible sadness there can Appointments, or Attenhappy with hoso and watering pots. I quite handy," patronizingly. A Michigander who was riding tion to Comfort of think it would better than this with ihe man laughed outright, a low, befound'ln Passaic county so many along tho highway near Charleston, their Quests. men with hearts so hardened, feelings tho Waters' place opposite But Allen mellow laugh. W. Va n fow days ogo, came across so calloused, sensibilities so blunted, is away and the gates shut Waters ".My uamo does uot matter; lam a a negro who was grubbing up a stump niticaar will a,jd to aid from tat dtatt that' in a place like this, under cir- near tho meadow fence, nnd after n fr. ofcharft, fcprrlal arrammodatlnaa to against us. In fact there is nobody former. Uood day, ladies. to Comm.rrlal Tra.ltr.. Th. Ilar will bo here." He stepped back, lifted his hat, cumstances like theso thoy dare raise few questions about tho farm products alftaia .aptllfd nlta the fkolCMt raad.of LIaori aaj Clear,. "You calculated a great deal on tho smiled again at tho look of consterna- to their lips that which depraves the the man asked: tho State. society of a man you don't know in tho tion upon the features of tho girls at citizen and endangers you get for taking that "What do "Thanking you gentlemen, for this stump up?" least, Ada," Baid Dora, returning to tho grace and tho face the movement unexpected privilege, I take my seat, revealed. her sewing. "Just fitly cents,' was the reply. A kiocly brow shaded by close- - fully conscious that yon will never "I'm not in the least like you, Do"How long have you been working CELEBRATED MoS ra, with your notions of congeniality clipped yet beautiful hair, a white fore again call on mo under similar circum- at it?" National Enquirer. and similar tastes," burst forth Ada. head, eyes dauntlcssly bright, with a stances." -"Well, nigh 'bout a week I reck'n." CViU "I've a' taste for comfort and luxury, and a smile in them. "Aud how much longer will it take Railways ami Rainfall. and I could lovo any man who could The phaeton turned one way, the dis- you?" American scientists are again givo thera to me. Besides," sorao hay wagon another. "Well. I specks I could finish it cussing the connection alleged bewhat moderating her violence, as her "Whoever thought that he looked tween the operations of railways and but I wont do it nfore Frimother looked annoyod at her extreme like that, under that old h&t, in a hay the amount ot rainfall. It is regard- day." statement, "you know wo havo always cart?" said Ada, breathlessly. "Who ed as remarkable fact that before rail"Why?" heard what a fine fellow Allen Waters can it be? How provoking! He was roads were extended to the Pacific, tho "Wall, here am do pint. Ii am down gentleman, though he country lying between the Sierra Ne- finished it was." a right an' git my money, Dora said no more. Her bright, said he was only a farmer." vada ond Rocky Mountains wcro sub 111 be bound to drnp down to Hall-tow- n dark face burned with indignation. Poor Adal Her mortification bad ject to an almost continuous drought. an' bet on a boss race, an' loose it She was ashamed of Ada, grieved, yet just began. Since then, however, the country has nil. Ef I wait till Friday, I kin hab secretly tried to mako some excuse for That evening, with silk hat dofled been visited with frequent talis ot rain de means of gwine into de circus nt her sister. from tho handsome head, faultlessly What produced the change? is the Charleston. I know my weakness, Day by day Ada continued her arrayed, Mr. Allen Waters presented question. Some suggest that it is due boss, an' so I'zo gwiiie to sot heah an' complainU of tho Hollyhocks. She himself in the little parlor of the Hol- to a change in the electrical state of dig a little an' sleep a littlo an' chop was miserable herself and she certainly lyhocks, aud introducing himself beg- atmosphere, produced by the conduc olTdo las' root when I heah de circus made every body else so. Whilo Dora ged leave to inquire if the young la- tion of tho subtilo Hunt into the region horns blowin' on do top ob do skule-hous- e was as busy us a beo, Ada moped her- dies had reached home quite safely. It latliormicurrrnt Ii umont of thf public Detroit Freo Press. hill." of the iron rails. Others assert that ftnd the iii hcal iiruu . self almost sick. a Ada apologized quite eagerly, and it is caused by tho atmospheric disturbuti. th it lli,tritrr'a blomacti llilti ra la A iim.Ii mr t In. ii achieve, PopularBiblical Lore. The little phaiton which Dora had tried to be sweet, but Air. Waters ances arising from tho frequent passritiilt .ikhIiIj4 filr, iiM'iouirli mul ,lrnlrn. r il mttrar-atOncoupon a 'time, when Deacon Itealile rxtn.wiif; luir driven in as a child whs left the fami- seemed to have eyes only for Dora's ing and repassing of trains. It is the lYtbk. eoiNjiii r k j.,i iil bl&lilcr John Hooker and General Hawloy coiniuaiui, mui ly, and at her mother's suggestion brunette faco. 111. i.mtitieM'eiico shown that up to 1854 the United were law partners iu Hartford, the or ttur reotiieriHt; 1. Ilia iitollltrf vcUlo riti g.ua ilia Dora hired a gentle horse of a neighHe came again and again to the Slates had been periodically visited by mac. Moremer It rurfrrruml(iH-- . boring farmer one day and invited Hollyhocks, and at last ono day bold- great and general droughts, butsinco Deacon was in a barber shop being I'uraute by all IruralaUnul lkaltr, shaved, when tho question aroso Ada to a drive. ly declared himself Dora's lover. gent ..II) . that there has been no such visitations; whether tho Bible mado any reference "There's lovely scenery along the "You havo known me but such a or, in other words, that tho buildlngof to .barbers. The Deacon, who was valley road. It will make a little little while, you don't know half my such n vast network of railways as has quito a wag, asserted with tho utmost change for you, Ada. Besides, I've a faults," she murmured. been constructed in tho lost quarter of bit of nows to liven you up." "I don't dare if I don't," he laugh- - a century has had the effect of promo- assurance, "Why.certainly. InChron-icles- , xii , 20, it says: 'And tho barAda turned languidly. ed, "I love you and have loved you ting the fall of rain. Sinco the gener Biiccpa.ii to Paughtrty A llolrotf. "Allen Waters is coming homo," over since you offered me that half al introduction of railways in Europo, ber was hanged at the gates of the charmingly, blushing and also, there has been no drought such city, aud all thopcoplo said amen.'" said Dora, with a faintly mischievous dollar so - - KENTUCKY, , ashamed of the small sum. Why, you as previously at short intervals caused Nobody could refute the quotation NTAXrOKI). smileTJ?" tho knights aUxcrac-ruair- s or Altr a moment's thought Ada littlo darling, do you know your.iap; widespread distress. In the case of and silenco reigned among roe,urrayed herself in her prettiest pealing dark eyes kept mo from meet- England it is remarked that although of hair restorative. Mr. Hooker left unviug sosiu.no anu entered mo car- ing a mau who would have paid me the climate has been always humid and in a few steps away encountered Fine Carriages, Buggies, General Hawloy on his way to tho riage. $100 that day?" there has been a growing excess of "Drive past tho Waters estate, Do "And you have never got it?" cried rainfall during tho period of railway same shop. He explained tho situation and told tho General if thosubject ra. What a fat, lazy horsel There is Dora, aghast. building, until now she gets far no fun in driving it you can't drive in "No; but that doesn't matter. I more than is beneficial to the crops. was renewed he must remember tho style. There, now, see the Waters' have your halt dollar, and had rather This has been noticcablo to an almost alleged quotation. Sure enough, as soon as tho Geueral was well lathered, place. It's all I expected it to be. have it." alarming degree in the past fow years. There 'd ho some comfort in living if Such an iocorrigiblo fellow as that We give theso conclusions for what tho subject was introduced and he was applied to for light. He at once cited one could be a mistress thero. It's no of course had his own way, and Dora they they are worth. the samo fictitious verse, and this conbetter marriage than I ought to have became Airs. Allen Waters, bhe loves A Wandering Editor. firmation was regarded as putting an made if papa bad not failed." her husband because, under all cir There is a young editor wandering end to all doubt, and it was somo And, with discontented lips and an cumstances, she finds him a gentle arrogant tuss of the head, Ada was man. And Ada is still in the sulks. on the face ot the oarth who formally weeks before tho true inwardness of AND Norwich published a paper at Storm Lako, tho joke was divulged. driven pasta hay wagou in which was Brother Gardner's Golden Rules. a man in his shirt sleeves. Honor your f adder and your mudder, Iowa. Hojeft thero the day after Bulletin. Ho glanced at the young ladies with but doan lend do ole man any money the issue of the last paper, and is Two dogs have been the subject of a WAGONS OF ALL KINDS. bo crossiugtbo State on frank curiosity. unless you have good security. Come supposed to toot to get away from an inturmted fe careful series of experiments iu "Did you bow, Dora? Impudent down liberally to erect churches, hut Wo manufacture CarrUxea or all dewrlitlon,, to ascertain the manner in employing workmen and ualng onlr fellow! How he staredf Country if you have any brick to sell, ask de male populace. It seoms there was which fat is deposited in the ani only material, and aell at reatonablo a concert given by the young' ladies of folksl" sneered Ada. DgurMime, woraiuanimp anu material roouu contractor full price. Do yer dooty mal system. The results indicate that "I bowed because he bowed to us, by Orphan Asylums, but doan' board the city, aud the gallant young editor fat given as food passes directly into ered. 11 IrAUUIIMtTY Jk I1YIIK. wrote it up in splendid shape. Tho Ada. You would not have me repel any orphans fur less than $3 a week. tho cells of fatty tissue Thus tho such u mere civility. He is probably Love yer naybur as thyself, but see sameday ho had visited abardofShort-hor- n body of one dog fattened exclusively on cattle, owned by a farmer in the some one who knows us, though we dat he returns yer shovel, an' spade oil yielded an oil which was vicinity, and he wruto up tho cattle linseed distinguishable are strangers here." ur kak- an rake in good order or make him also. from that subforoman of tho hardly The cross eyed -- TUB MOST DKSIIUBLE ltOUTE T- Ollidctest such people. pay de retail price. Be honest, but stance, and a fat almost identical with "i don t minis i couiu detest any doan let a grocer imagine dat you buy office got tho two articles mixed as mutton suet was found in tho tissuos one who woro sucli white shirtsleeves a quart box of strawberries oxpectin' follows: "Tho concert given last even- of another dog which had been mainand looked so comfortable under a to gitober a pint an' a haf. Obey do ing by sixteen of Storm Lake's most tained on a mutton suet diet. The AnddetlJedly the Popular Route, allurdloz, a, It beautiful and interesting young ladies broad straw hat this hot day," laughed law, but doan' clean out yer alleys IvMibangeaand aujierlor accommodations tu expiremeuts wero somowhat eruel in doca. was highly appreciated. Dora carelessly. yer naybur does, Bo seen ofTeii elegantly dressed, and snugThey were the first lustanco as the animals were Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, in a most But the very next moment Ada at church, but doan' argy dat do starved until thoy had lost forty per Tho North, North wet and Weit. In fact, If jou was thankful for the existenco of preacher knows do aigo ob de world charming manner, winuing tho plau cent, of their weight before the pro- lOMteuii'late a trip lu any dlrntiou, jrour lutvrv.1 will holeitaerTtdbr purctitilotf your ticket! tla "such people," for tho phoston broke an' de area ob heaben any better dan ditsof theentirethe audience, who pro- cess et fattening began. K. (land Cincinnati. 2 Train, each war J;l'ull. down, and, with a dismal scream, she lots ob udder folks. Support de causo nounced them the fiuestShorthorus in New Dar Coachea, and man 1'alaca lata, hindioiueljr (uruiitied lteellnlng Chair Cara lorm country. A fuw of them nro of a tipped from her seat and lauded ob eddecashuu, an' yit remember dat the A "Couufry Girl" writes and asks tho un.ualtd equipment, of tbla Did itellablt, among tho roadside buttercups and some of our biggest fools are people rich brown color, but the majority are "How can you tell an editor?" It's there.br makluit a trip over thla lluo one ol luxuspotted brown and white. Soveral of the easiest thiug iu tho world to tell rious comfort and pleasure. Try It. clover. Dewho have been stuffed full of it. H, 1112. tue heifers wero fino bodied, tig lit an editor. You can tell him by his TIMETABLE. IN Tho mild old fat horso instantly troit Freo Press. limbed animals, aud promise to pro ve distinguished nir; by the pcrl'ectv fit stopped. Dora looked anxiously about Nu72." r TjouthT VoT iX A Pretty Sknimknt. Nothing on good property." Peck's Sun. for help. No house was near. Sho of his clothes; by the elctrenco of 11s l.ve. Curlugtun. . 8 00 am 2 43 lu S SO p iu earth can smilo but tho race of mau. looked appealing! up aud down tho raimoutu . .. 9 41 a iu 4 V0 p in 7 40pm A mau who had been carried to a manners and his winuing ways, You SO a iu quiet road.wheu oh, gladly she saw Gems may flash reflected light; but Philidelphia hospital while suffering may also know him by tho lavish way " Cjntblaua . . 10 23 a iu 5 27 p lu 11 0 03 iu fans. p nil 19 m the hay wugon, tho straw hat and tho what is a diamond flash to a mirth from the effects of a severe contusion ho slings around his mouoy; by tho Arr. Islington. 12 su p m 7 00 p iu 7 so Islington Lta. flash? Flowers can not smilo, this is a m white shirt sleeves drawing near. Winchester was asked if ho hadbeou treated kindly ntmospliero of elegant leisure which al- A'r. Mt. Sterllug a 2 i iu S 20 p iu a 60 p iu 10 "You have broken down," said tho charm which even they can not claim. while Asblsud ui there. "Consideriuc all things,,. ways surrounds him. Ho generally 120ill Ii St a iu Iho birds cau not smile, uor any livlluullogUiu. .. 8 05 p iu 1 10 a owner, hastily jumping down. he answered, "I think I havo no right drives a "dwag," and ho keeps a pet No; 3. No. 1. No. S. NOKTII. "Thank you, yes. The carriugo ing thing. It is the prerogative of to complain. They amputated both bulldog with a bruuette nose. He seems coining all to pieces'saidDora. mau. ii is me coior wuicii love wears, SO 1 33 wears nothing but tho most oxpeuaivo Lro. lluntlugtoo...l S OS a hi 1 4H I iu collar-lone- , a ui " Ashland ... iu trembling with fright. "Could you and cheerfulluess and joy these three. of my feet, removed ray Mt.hterllug .11 S3 a m 6 Si a lu trepanned mo, jewelry, and invariably speaks and do any thing to help? I should be, oh It is tho light in tho window of tho cut oil my right arm, 20 p iu Cllsu " Winchester writes, tho truth aud nothing but the IS p m 1U Arr. Islington.... face, by which tho heart signifies that took out a pieco of my underjaw, sawso much obliged to you?" 00 p u 7 SO a m Lo. U'llu.tou... is at home and waiting. A faco ed my left hip bono iu two, and truth. as p iu " 1'arla. .. "Yes," said Ada, shaking tho dust it Usui SO p m about to excavuto flvo or six 00 a iu off her silk skirts. "We are the Misses that cau uot smilo is like a bud that wero To starch collars and cuds, etc., so " Crntblana... to p iu 10 03 a iu 0 30 a iu Falmouth. ribs wiiona fire broko out iu tho es- that a m S 20 a u IS p iu 11 they will beglossyas those bought Arr. (Vi'lugton Atherton. Wo will pay you of course." cau uot blossom, and dries up ontho and tho jolice got away MAYdVILLK DIVISION. tit furnishing stores, udd to one quart Tho man bent to look at tho axle-tree- .' stalk. Laughter ii day and sobriety tablishment body in safety. of tho well boiled (corn) starch three Nu. 13 1,e. Lexlngtou put. Arr. Msr,,ui, upw His faco was turned toward Is night; and a smile is a twilight that with the rest of tho " Islington 24aiu Nu. It MaTstllleBOaiu hovers gently between both aud is llrooklyn Kagle. Dora, and she saw him smile. ounces of water glass, ono ounco of Nu. 13 ' i'arla 0 SO a m :: , . HajlvlMa V iujui Pans 3, Lex. 7piu more Switching than either. two ouuees of loaf su- No.lt " Msjsnlll. liSOpul "It's not so very bad thou?" she said, Mrs. Mary More, of Camden, N. Jwrite: gum uribic, and anxiously. TraluaNo. 1 and 2 run dalln all otbtr, dallr A grocer advertised that ho had for "lirovrn'a Iron Hitter ha curett uie of much gar. Use polishing irou. Fur xieptKunday. Hptilal Itati lu L'uilgranls. might be fixed, I think, so you sale tho kind of apples that Kvo ate, uttering and dUtreiu remitting from ilyx- tlie iliyIoal and menial tUkets, ratts aud Information pertalulug to time, I'or urinary trouble and weak lung. It kmU, could get home safely; but I haven't aud the next day hfc house was crow- In. call trenj;tli and aujruientlut; the faculty of en couuectlous, do , H. on or adJresa IJIIUgluu. made uie very regular In my habltn, much time, la fact, I'm in a hurry." ed with women. Is very durance, nothing acu so like a cuariii at CIIAH. I.. IIUOWN, T. V. T, A. and I feel In perfect heallh. Arkaiisaw (I. -- What is your time worth to you?" lirown'a Iron llittera. J. 1). KU.IbON, Uen'l Mauagar. hippy to tue now." JLtycmiieaijKMMj asked Ada, with Uio air aliOOTico heard a milliona-Irtno ia seWni tH some workmen ho was about to cm- - Stinging r An addition1. Nceatly mdnto. county jail in raftrsotJftNewJJfrr-A Speech, Didn't Wont Any Bedfellow. f Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific rtllinCH DIBICTOBI. Pra yer Meeting, Thursday night,. Hunday Hchool a. M. J. H, Mini, rluprrlntrndent. TM Woman', Mlsslonsry Moclety innli here en the lit Hunday In each month, t o'clock. Mil. T. T, RTiio'mT.HnuTii -- hit. J. . mm, Pat-Alitor, rierrleraatrryl'undaT morning and nlenl, f Railway. TixiMma riTviaBii.imi IneirertJunaM, sl00 Datlesa, llraldrnl. - ST.ASAPHHOTEL J. M. B AITIHr.-Ka- T. and fourthHaute, Pastor. HeMlrel BundaTS. morning end onHrenn.. night. Prayer Moling atrry Wrdnraday after, noon. Hun.laf ftrhonl at no a, m. ii, K. Harrow MVISION, CINCINNATI 80UTIIKUN Huprrlntendcnt Hay Arm tNlgt a.llltlMTIAN Worship by tharontrrgatlon 'IU. STATIONS. rr ilar t n P.JI. I'M. on HrllLord's Thlnl Prfarhlnebr Dr. J. W. ami lird'e ilara. KundayMrhool Joa. Mcrrranre, ftuperlntrndrnt 530 SI) at I,t. Cincinnati... sti SI4 II 10 nnrailVTKIIIAN, HIIHTII -- Hot". I. M.licLT. 112s " Oeoreetown- 1151 8 40 II M I ror. rwilnf " I'linaion... .. Hunday HrhMil at W John W. 11 111 Ml 110.1 Nlcholaailll Iuut,miprrlniendrnt. Union Prayer Meeting on " tilth llrl.lg 114; II2S Wednesday nlilili " liantlllo us 10 OS 1147 " Junction Cllj i ailO 15 1157 " Koni.rset . ......, ,100 210 " IVilnl llurnslde 230 3 40 A St STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, ' Ituckaonl 1W If M " Spring City . ... S JS 7 S40 ) Itl Arr C'lialtsnwya .. 8T HTANItlUI), KY , I0t !. C fit fi ... A !,., Spring Clly. ChaKanmna " ' ISfuner-- W. J 1MI, I H .. . lloekw.nl . " I'olnl llHrnsMn t 4,ar II4,. .. 11 55 7M, tm IU 7 40 0, 0. WINE, PKlLIalN Monuments, llraditonea, TsM.ts, Ac. Marlilo PER " Junction Lily ' " llrergelown. Arr. Cincinnati ALABAMA " Dantlll High llildge,. NUhoUnlll . i'a.M 2M Ir 3u 241 41 3 10, 3 Islington ... .. 40S 4 Ml 7 04 7 10 2ft ess 7tas, 740 N IA Wntk OIIKAT KOUTIIUIIN. vmRs jhfLJL l.aT u VKV la Fi ol all kinds neatly eiccu-Ir- d aud satis-f.tllguar-antr lna Chattui.ys.... AtlslU... Illrmlng'iaiu. Arr. Meridian I.re. Meridian Arr. Tuscaloosa hon-estl- first-cla- ......... .., ; .'. ........ .. .. 12 00 M 00 30 Kas l ......... ......-.- .. ... . . 3 10 3 30 10 4 .rtsaPSW"" and rail, maleafurn sb. ed on applica- tion. -- t TiisealooM MYERS HOTEL, Birmingham. Altalla 10 ... ' ... 1IIM gROWNjj (.'liaitixi..tu...... ........ VICKHBUIKl ANU MllltlDIAN. .. ..... . . I 220 t0 Forest Mcrldlsn .. . ,10 20 ! I 44 Arr. Vlcksliurg-Wl.re. Vkksburg.. . Jackson ....... Brandon. Arr, Meridian .... .... 213 IRON BITTERS nitOU'VH IKON IHTTnitH nro n certain euro fUr nil iIUojwh rvqulrluu' n tonic I rpo-clull- jr f I ! I I S3 IH 3 30 Forest. .. . . SU 3s ,114 sas VICKMHUIltl, mlllKVEIIIKT ANU PACIFIC. 71 A Me. VltktlHitf ... Arr. Monroe. !.?.. Monro.. ieua inn sat Arr. Vickstiurc JOHN SCOTT. V. P. and (l.n. Il'y, CloHnnatl. Ohio, K. P. Wl I.MIN, (I. F. and P. A. On, Hom Iff, Cincinnati, Ol It. I. P. A. A. If 8 Il'y. J. IIAItDY, II P. A V.AM. A'r, Wl.twrg, Mlaa. JDK F. MKIDIHUO. P. A. V., H. A P. IV j, Monro. 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