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Semi-weekly interior journal: July 28, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882072801_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 28, 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. - Wttkm Skm VOLUME X.-NUM- imtefif 28, 1882. Kind Words. be-sid- o mnoti NEW House BRH 510. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. JULY o li SERIES-NUMB- ER 01, W. P. WALTON, T. R. -- ill. WW Tiifmliiw tout I'l'liltiil't within n radius of several States, ten is fast making American criminal jus urchin dodged in. Walking up hasty retorts, or imputed unworthy all over tho world, nnd to the compounder of prescriptions, motives to, one another I days ago celebrated his two thousandth tico it Block, KyM inarriago. Ills olllotnl signature now increasing enormously the delays nnd he snid : And tho odd thing is that those Opora HU.no IMlli ANNItM stnnils at tho bottom of 2,00.1 inarri- uncertainty of tho law. Rut tho mnt-tc- r "Mister, nint tbiro soma kind of who mako themselves and others lJ3AX.,i;itH IN is ono which calls loudly for one sttitl that you kin rub on that'll mako wretched by indulging in these unago certificates, and 1,000 peoplo havo DEMOCRATIC STATE ANO COUNTT. TICKET. WIiiom, Wall Pa per. Mimical Mood up before him and thought his kind of reform. Tho advocates' duty, n fellow's skin ns tough as an ele- kind words, which are worso than DrugH, ItnoliM, UqtiorH, ClM'tiilrnlM, IiiMtriinicntH, A II llieium IYm annum Jdixik-M- w. plain words tho most clomicnt and oven if woncccpt tho widest defini- phant's!" worthless, nnd cost so terribly dear to CUsurx, I'jiIiiIh, Malloiicry, PoohH minion in tho language T J Kinky. Tho druggist looked the boy over, all concerned, are often generous, Noups. Kan Arrii.TCiit-Cr- T Tnluicco", OIlN, If tho do- tion of it over mado is a professional Culllrry, I'lTl'iiiiicry, J.umpH, I'Jro Anus mestic hearth stones which ho had duly. In defending ft prisoner, ho ro and replied: .Macliluu warm hearted folks, who aro half disW Hiown INuOmmtt Jvimii-AecdlcH. "Yoj, tho oil of tannin will harden traught with vexation when tho miscreated wcro piled together thoy would mains a lawyer, and is bound to do )'lll OuUXTT ATTOUKT-- U. II (lPRXIim. Our Jewelry, Silverware nml lljitlcal (loon's Department Is In Charge of Col. chief is dono, though they may bo mako a vory respectable quarry; if all for him all that u lawyer may properly tho skin, if that's what you mean." Thos. who will Itcpalr ) ntrhes and Clocks Promptly nnd In tho best 111 UN. 1) 0)BKTT tho hnppincss ha had occasioned could nnd honestly do, by way of obtaining too proud to say so, and livo on from style. Itlcliards, "That's tho trick I'm playin' fcr in a stato of alienation JYH AMMJ0 Gimme ten cents worth." but rebound to his own heart, ho a full and fair examination of his case. day to day J. II. would lw blest abovo mortals; oould Rut of Into years tho tendency of tho Wlnlo putting it up tho druggist trom their nearest and dearest, feel. lJllLIII-- T. I, NllWI.AKD. H. C. BMOIIT. J. n. MoALISTEH. ing tho littlo rift growing continually tho divorce fees ho has laid tho foun- counsol is to consider himself the nsked : II. Ilewmu. KVit Srm-K do vou want to harden your wider and conscious that it is all their to his own pocket, prisoner's ngent for facilitating his dations for return "Wlint Kte CbioiKiv-J. Ditdnimirr. his children's children might still havo escape from punishment in any way hands for? Going to tho country to own fault. Vn CV)mriitK(3Tnrmii Vkwiuci) Th mhit a oomfortahlo patrimony. Cannot old friends and cstrangod that may suggest itself; or, if total es- work ?" Minim. "Work nothin', nn' my linn's is ns relatives forget nnd forgive, bury tho Marital afleotions seems to bo indi- cape lo impossible, tho utmost attain genous to tho soil hereabouts. Tho able postponement of tho sentence tun" ns rawhido now. I'm just a hatchet, whisper "I'm sorry" and "Let Praise the Lord town itsolf was christened by its Tho result is thorough frivolounoss in working up a littlo scheino to circum- bygones bo bygones," nnd mentally Wo copy tho following from tho founder, Robert Humphrey, as far tho conduct of tho trial frivolous ex- vent tho old woman's slipper. I tried pass around a loving cup in which is Dayton Journal which N addressed to back ns 1700, nftcr tho maiden name ceptions, frivolous questions, unneces- a layer o' olo leather, but she tumbled no drop of bitterness, but only the ISIock, - its alitor: of Ins wife, Margaret Aloxandcr. Tho sary witnesses, endless applications to my little gamo nt tho first inter- milk of human kindness and tho honIUvro.v, O., July 21, 1882. I)or marrying Justice himself has not es- for now trials, for stays of proceedings, view, nn' when I fell hack on n folded ey of good fellowship? Depend upon Oar stock of Groceries and Family Supplies generally is always Full Sir Allow mo to do n thing I soldum caped tho infection, or iierhaps has for habeas corpuscs nnd certioaris, no nowspaper sho heard it cracklin' nforo it, that is how the Prince of Peaco venture upon, vir. : Correct a rcjort lieen n physician not nfrnid to take his matter how hopeless or absurd. If sho got mo on her knee, but if this loves to reign in human hearts and and Fresh. We would call especial attention to onr line of Canned Goods, of my utterance. Onco nnd again I own medicine. Tho lady who now theso fail, ho goes to work to get up hero stuff docs its duty, I think I've every truo reconciliation brings His which is the Largest and Most Complete in the city, and prices to corresnm reported m culling Col. Robert presides over his hnutohold is his !rd petition") for pardon, and tho opinions got tho bulge on her, right from tho kingdom nearer. American Queen. pond with the times. Ingeraoll "Bob Iugcnoll." Allow me wife, We invite you to cxamino onr stock and prices before you purchase. ' l'ho town itself is nu unpre- of "experts," and articles for crazy word go. How long does it take such Embalming in Italy. to eay that, if I am n "crank,' I nm tentious littlo placo, n timet old piko and venal newspapers, nnd nil other ilo ns this to put on a pad thick We pay the Highest Market Price, Cash or Trade, for all kinds of Conn-tr- y The fjancct describes Uio chief pro n gentleman Irani nnd bred. No one town, wearing but few architectural machinery of n "movement." Produce. It now enough to knock tho fire out of an cess employed by tho principal Italian lias a right to ilcgrado me, a above, adornment spankin'?" Don't forget the place Corner Store, St. Asaph Block. in the way of wedding remains to ndd assistance in breaking ly putting a fatso uticranco in my finery. It is situated on tho lino of jail to tho list of criminal lawyer's duWhen tho desired information was ombalmers; tho special processes are Col. Ingersoll is n man the old National pike. Its neighbor- ties, ami then the last shred of the given him, ho trotted off down the kept secret. First, cold water is in mouth. whom, personally, I respect, lie is a ing town, Olayavillo, helps in a mod- professiouol character will havo disap street singing : "If nt first you don't jected through the whole circulatory nohlo typo of manhood. That make est way to erpctuato tho memory of pea red from him; instead of being the succeed, try, tryngnin." system, uniu it issues quite ciear. . This may take as long as fivo hours. hi teaching! no dangerous. If ho the Iveutuckiau statesman to whoso prisoner's advocate, ho will havo o A Valuable Intention lor Compositors. Alcohol is then injected for the purweroa hlackguanl, "Jlob" (I) ho could bit ad, public spirit tho great thor his "pard," occupied in gotting Tho printers of the city havo in- pose of abstracting all the water trom ucver ilo tho awful work ho ij oughfarc of formor days owes its ex- him nut of trouhlo by any devico that spected a new Tills Ncir Mill, containing (he Intent and composing stick invent- tho body. This is followed up by the But, gentleman ni ho is, istence. New York Nation. oomes to hand. ed nnd patented by Mr. C. L. Divine, injection of ether, to dissolve out tho scholar as ho is, intollcctunl giant nt Joseph Finley Mayos is now clwo superintendent of tho mechanical de- fatty matter. After this a strong sohois, ami, ahovo all, attacking n the- lo sixty fivu yearn old, and carries his Female Gamblers. Anotlior thing tho women do, but partment of tho Indianapolis Journal, lution of tannin isslowlv iniectod, and ological God, who if wholly indofomi rimo is winters lightly. Tho frosty ' hie, by Dr. Tnlmage, Judgo Blaok, or on his brows and chin, but his voico less openly, says n correspondent nt which is pronounced by them tho full time is allowed for its soaking For muiiiidtcltiriiig meal ami Hour, 1h how in full operation. y, nny ono else, ho stands upon such a is cheery and his tongue ns chipjier ns Saratoga, is to play cards for monoy, most dcsirnblo improvement that has into all the tissues; this takes from Wo will grind for customers Tor flic present, on Tuesday, vantage ground, that I do not wonder ever, lib has been so much n public and many of tho privato parlorsoftho ever been attempted in that line. It two to five hours. Lastly, the body Tliurnilaj', Friday and Saturday ol"eaeh vrcelt, and on Grand Union nml Congress Hall could is intended more particularly for is exposed for from two to five hours Court-Dayho ii "sweeping tho decks" by his or-- feature recently that his story ns a and all other public days We Hollclt a liberal Hlinrc newspaper work, and has a rear exten- ton current of warm air, which is pre- or patronage and will endeavor lo and making infidels of thou knot-tier- j lory is pret- tell pretty tolas of their fair faces, circ enllrcKHtisfaetloii. of a lino of Minds thouiiinds of tho IxvH ty woll'kuown. He has compiled tho flushed iipither with rouge nor wine, sion, ns well as being arranged for viously dried by passing it over heatiiMin change of measure. When closely ed chloride of calcium. The body thinkers of our Nation old and record of his matrimonial work in hut tho excitement of gambling. young. And I frankly confess hero, criods of fivo years. During the Retting at races, which has become so adjusted it is two inches deep, hut in can then bo preserved for noy length AlwayN on hand and for Hale. Jliglicxt audi prieepald for Corn, as I havo often said from tho platform, first five years ho married 20.'! couples; common among tho ladic, has stimu- course of typesetting tho stick can be of time nud is as hard as a stone. Wheal, Ac. Ordernlefl at Mill promptly attended to. that if I hod no other (tod than tho tho second. tloU, tho Hum, bUi: the lated their lovo. of - chance, ami tho extended or deepened to four inches, ., .. has been if the "take" of copy should require it, Gen. Sheridan. When Gen. , IMCcAXiISTJBlt (Jod whom Col. Ingersoll so fireely, fourth. 811 f. Tho record shows the1 "''" oi piaying mr gom a and that simply by pressure of the Sheridan was fishing at justly and sucoosjfiilly niils, I would nnmes of tho contracting parties, the, brought overtrom Jurope. told the followIn London huit winter I was nston-- 1 thumb upon the rule. This obviates couple of weeks ago he gladly tako rcfugo as ho does in tho .i- -. .,,i tuu r oi. ..m.. un.l, m... .i. .in b..v.. rJ ....... mnr.- a"1' tho necessity of a compositor lugging ing story on himself to some Cincinnati only comforting thought left, that riago .' b Un to tho nrecnt t mo'&iuiro lvhnqn nninn is two sticks to ttlO galley, With his copy fishermen with whom he became a hail thero is no (!od. Oh, if ho only Muyes has received for performing -B5Tknuwn ilirniiMimit iliunnnnlrv. Tim in his mouth, and tho unnoyance of fellow: "I was in a Kansas town one know my God, ami tho God and marriage ceremonies the sum ol looking up nnd taking care of an ex day, and tbo landlord of the hotel Kiithcr of our Lord, J E S U S averago of .'I.12J per company was small, all butoneAmer- tra stick. Many aliened improve being n clever sort of fellow, I let him .or.nn I believe ho would trust couple during tho term of 20 years. leans, ami it was given ono aunuay CHRIST. of some particularly fine anil lovo ami. preach Him as I do, Tho feo allowed by law was 82 up to evening, though in tier own bind the ments havo been made in a printer's have a drink forhado her stick, but this of Mr. Divine is said by Bourbon that I had in case ofsickness. whilo abating not a whit of his oppa 180.r), when it was increased to 83. lady's religious scruples bully whisky, stranger,' said cition to tho devil enUtroiutl, whom so About half a dozen couples paid noth- driving in Central Park on tho Lord's old typos to bo the only ono of value 'That's and positive utility ever attempted, the landlord, 'what might your name have bought out my brother, K. 11. Wearcn, many thousand in and out uf tho ing, some paid tho regular fee and day. That night there wore no said I. 'Any relatwo thousand dol- and it will bo hailed by the craft as a be?' 'Sheridan,' trying to worship and others paid as high as 85, 810, and ono Church aro present nnd will continue the Furniture and Undertaking tion to General Sheridan?' 'Well,' I serve. How unsuccessfully, let the party was go liberal as lo fork over lars and a number of diamond rings tiling of beauty and n joy forever. the same stand, in the St. Asiiuli Hotel replied, 'I don't mind telling you that business dead churches and deader church-goer- 820. The lowest amount received, as changed ownership. I'oker is the fa A Ron: kkom Sheep's Entkaius. lam General bhendan. 'You be i building. will keen a stock of Furniture oi'ev- "The stream rises not shuwn by tho ledger, was 00 cents. vorite "came here, and hi tho warm witness. A strong and durable article of nauge.1, saiu tno lanuioru, looKingme 1111(1 ery description.... Sell at HgUrCS tllllt CailllOt bC beat UlO IadlCS arO Slip higher than its source." Mn.1 ,.f llm rnnn U t.inrrfnl liPrfi nr afternoons, WllOn ,. bolting is made at Oakland, Cal., out over, 'a IitUodaek like you? I ye got, to ho enjoying their inevitable of the entrails of sheep. Thinking as ahovo, you seo how mi from West Virginia nnd Ohio, of Tho entrails, uencral bhendan s pictnro banging in en. juy stocic 01 toiiins and unsicets will be compreonk of Col. courte, whero the license feo is tttnx 8'Mln. possible it 13 for mo to a C001 n!aJ arrayed in which will average about 05 feet iu Shrouds and Itobcs always on hand. also my sitting room, nnd he is over six hensive. ingersoll as "Roll." May I atk you upon matrimony. Tho justice shrewd iorii ami suirw, first and do carpenter's job work. "y":t'bit uinitv LUiiuibta ttuuuuiiivviiiuu length, are placed thoroughly ofcleaned feet high."' Cincinnati Commercial. repair to insert this as early as possible, and ly nuts out the enticing advertisement: iI iu vats brine, and then (Orders by telegraph promptly attended to.) 'Omu-A-H- a! Yours truly, oblige. B. K. WEAREN. A pretty brunette, "No. msrriago liconso required in punch, iare making their pin monoy where they remain bomo days. When some of tho worst scrapes that thus prepared thoy aro not much who scored her early triumphs in San Gi.o. 0. Raunix, Evangoliat. Pennsylvania," nnd incloses his card. "7 married women get into is in trying to at a Now York In nuother part of tho same paper Tho vounir couple show it to their account for their lack of jewels to thicker than a piece of common cot- Francisco, appeared mado hit. When a is friends, of course, and so tho trado ton twino, and will sustain a weight theatre recently anil tho subjoined occurs : Thirty couples of tho two their husband. fostered. of about ten pounds. Tho next stage she was called before the curtain the Tho Rink revival, if it may ho thousand wcro colored. Fifty uf tho science, in process oi manufacture is to wind actress expressed her delight nt the has called a revival, so far, continues. mon made happy woro unmed Smith, i Adulteration ttnpi- - oecome n nnron. tho prepared material on bobbins, af- - warmth of her reception, uud declared ,u nnd w... .... V.... ., . V ..)nr nllr WtVVl W.. I'HIW Rov. Goo. O. lhrnos holds tho fort, aim iniriviwo oi ineso were nanuzeii many ter which tho process is tho same us iu that she felt ns much at home as if and in his sermon last night, took oc John. Fourteen of tho ladies did not ,,ar(mi Jiluto our piravers with ,V()r'iSi ttmj i,avo fai pii an Intv tlmt wn makwe common rone, lhis method she wero in her dear old theatre in Una Just Oponod a Pino Stook of casion to remark that ho would stay change their names. Rusiness has San Francisco. "Indeed," she said, tiso cluo in our ice cream. What an is used to produce a round belt; but hero nil Summer hut thul the Lord range! "it seems to me ns if I had one foot in in briskness trom six couples is glue and where a wide Hat belt is to be made a should )ct capture Dayton. He an- in ono day to sovernl days without appetizing combination and ono iu New cream. Wo don't know what tho loom is employed, and tho fluo strands San Francisco fellow in the York." his intention of tinying any. nounced gallery aro wovou together, as in ribbon man- Whercupou a gluo is mado of, nnd for that matter through August, and prtK)c to fight stentorian voice: "Givj wo don't know what tho cream is ufacture. Tho Hat belts nre mado of shouted in a Consisting of A Nihilist s Confession it out on tho lino ho has laid down. mo a ticket for Omaha." Tho audiAnoxtraordinury story, which could mado of, thotich wo havo a strong feel any size, nnd the round of sizes vary ence screamed with laughter, though Ho selected his'toxt from tho 6th up to ono nnd a would ingfroui chapter of tho Gospel ucoordiug to scarcely possess a stronger titlo to dis ing that nuyself respecting cow tho point where the joke conies in is credit than tho fact thatSt. Petersburg rcpudinto tho idea that sho had any half inches in diameter. Tho round not visible to tho naked eye. Kt. John, "After this thero was u thing to do with its manufacture; but belts aro made cither in the form oi a great feast of tho Jews, etc" Ho cm respondent sent it ton Paris paper, smooth cord, or as ropes, with from Michigan has a very stringent law raid in tho beginning that God is has just been mado public. Tho story when tho gluo nnd the cream are threo to fivo largo strands. The for tho protection of small birds, runs that n young nihilist called upon properly compounded ono is able to known now, since tho ernes of Christ, pinto of tho refresh- three quarter inch ropo is said to which forbids the killing of a robin, as tho God of all graco not fconio tho Chief of Polico in St. Petersburg, n buy n heaping Also, a Nlco Lino of stand ii strain of soven tons, and is niglithawk,wbippoorwill,finch, thrush, all grace, nothing hut short time ago, nml on being admitted ment at the old price, whilo tho profits guaranteed to last ten years. grace, hut lark, sparrow, cherry bird, brown goodnois, no alloy about it as the. dev- to his presence, avowed himself a mem- of tho saloon keeper aro indefinitely tho glue is il would mako you buliovo. Thoro ber of n revolutionary party, and stat- increased. Tho beauty of An amusing scene occurred in Bal- thrasher, wren, martin, oriole, it makes bobolink, or anv other sons I am oponing daily a Full lino of tbo Boat Goods in tho Markot, to bo forollis is not a judgment scat where ed that ho had been sent to warn tho that deludes thotho ico cream frothy, timore recently. A young policeman unwary into the be- wastecretly married to n young lady, bird, under a penalty of 82 for each. sold at Bottom Fricos. Call and oxamino. punishment h to bo Emperor that if ho granted a constitu- mid tho extent of our deal more than meted out. Ami Christ camo down tion ho need fear no conspiracy, but lief that ho gels a great uud when tho young lady's father in- bird killed, and for each nest robbed, TIM W. HIGGINS. Salesman. for. There may, however, be from abovo to iopreont God. I want that if lie persisted in his reactionary ho pays terfered with thorn on thoir way back ten days in the county jail. side to this matter, and if from tho weddiug, the newly mado to uight to stamp my foot as well us I policy nothing could eavo him. At a moral "Yes," said tho farmer, "we've got will only make law for husband arrested his father-ican upon this miacrahlo thoory that this point in tho interview tho police gluo taken internally to call in assist- somo men stick: to their wont, ana disorderly conduct, nnd had him de- the smallpox nt our houso. But dou't God is a God of judgment, of pun- ollicer scorned anxious let it bo known. You seo my city ishment, of retribution. He is a God ance, buttlioyoungnibilist stopped him mako others stick to their business tained iu n polico station until he and cousins'll bo tumbling in on mo iu a and added: "I do not wish to be sub iustcad of spending most of their timo his bride were safely out of reach. I would havo it unof all graco, mid few days. I shall be glad to see cm -- KC-A.S jected to tho indignity of torture. In intending to other pooplo's, it will derstood. "Why," fomo writer nsks, "is a and tell 'em to stay, forever. But cease to beau adulteration and becomo Why did Jesus como down to this coming hero I havosacniiceii my me. his wont it bo fun to seo 'em scatter when brilliant innu less brilliant with earth? Simply to declare tho great I oould have killed you, but wo do not a Imou. wife than with any ono elso?" Well, thoy got onto the facts." With pleasure of tho Father. Remoinber commit murder usolessly." Tho Ea&t Mississippi wo suppoio sho nsks him for money few paBen Thompson, manager of a theahis is a throno of graco not n throno tlioso words ho stopped back n Endowment Association of West Point, than nny ono else. You take to tre ut Sau Autonio, Texas, appeared of judgment graco triumphant, and ces, and knocked two largo buttons, Miss,, purports to be chartered by tho conon the stage whilo a fight was iu through graco thoro is riglitoousnoss with which his culls were fastened, State, and, in addition to tho usual borrowing monoy regularly and Christ camo against his forehead. Tho buttons matrimonial department, with its prom-ic- stantly of your dearest and most progrwi, aud quelled it by shooting even unto eternity. brilliant friend, ami seo what will bo- - threo bullets through tho nibs of threo down hero to dibsoiniuato graco to u a being full of nn explosive subof $1,000 within sixty days after coinoot his brilliancy in your pres gas burners, just to show how easily stance, burst, and inflicted such prodigals. o receipt of satisfactory proof of ence. wounds on tho young man that ho he could hit the disturbers if he tried. of tho boncficiary, has also n birth A Mahiiiju Sjst Rack. Tho show- expired in a few moments, leaving no 71 ralsiiiiiiiiiisSiW "Yes," said tho landlord at the department, holding out to parents rnthcr it camo down trace as to his identity. It looks now as if Congress would er camo up, or All tho glittering bait of 81.000 or 82,000 beach, "I'll clear tho piazza oi those uot adjourn whilo there is any surplus MHstifisBAsCcsiiiHvnT V n shower uover comes up no unexlaiisHyistiiiiiim LtA men without asking them to leave it," in the treasury. It'a a big job to for each child born to them. pectedly that nearly every body was A prominent Iawyor the other and ho went out and gazed at tho sea waste over one hundred millions, but Bot- ' nt u social party was called on to by surprise and JeHijrsoii street taken Corn is not easily identified, and Young Masher, who nsk a blessing. It was a part of tho farmers who choose to mix their through au opera glass and remarked: they think that they can worry thro' was in u pa;iic. Miss Dashiugton is in with it. never goes without an iimbrolla, saw practico ho was uot familiar with, but ucighdor's crops with their own by "I do believe think her bathing dress liia opportunity uud sailing up to the it never does for u lawyer to intimuto night can hardly over be convicted. trouble. I No When a dead ily works his cold and Does Not has got away from her." Hush for the prettiest girl with tho prettiest hat in that there is any tiling he does not Iu this dilemma, u secret society at rigid remains on a nearsighted mau as beach. lowerod his head Ewiug, Ind., whips every man susall Burlington, made u buw that was know, and so Mr. a dried currant in a rico pudding, he warranted to kill across the strcot nml and nsked n blessing rs follows : "0, pected of corn thcivitig in that neigh-hooIt cuts ono sadly to seo tho grief of calls it eurrout humor. Burlington This I oll'or you my umhrolla?" Lord, foreivo us, wo know not what said, "May each member striking one blow, old people; thoy vo no way ot work llawkoyo. "Oh. u thousand thanks I" sho snid; wo do, amen." There was scarcely a so as to equalise tho responsibility for ing it oil; uud tho new spriug brings Elizabothtown mistakes. "papa will bring it down to his oilico dry oyo in tho houso. no new shook) out on tho withered It is strango that a woman can over in tho morning." And ho sailed News. be found to marry a king, lor every tree. , A Dublin medical student 30iight to lcaviuc him dosolate away body knows that the king ulways Potatoes may bo kept for years. bribo a Loudon doctor to go to Dublin, A hundred aud sixty men of Amite and soaking in his loneliness,, liko a Dust tho lloorof tho bin with limo, p it and, under a disguise, pass tho exami- County, Miss., wcut to jail for fivo beata the queeu elicaoJ in tho wilderness and as a in nbout8ix,or seven inches of potatoes nation which ho hlmsolt felt incompe- days rather than pay thoir fines for fail-tirCounty. Now Use Many a man would havo weather-Yan- o upon tho housetop. and dust with limo as before; repeat tent to undergo. to work out tho road tax. done better by himself had ho let tho 11 Roiling hair in a solution of tea will this process, till till uro stored. Ono contract out to somebody else. .Mr. Tilden had a library of sixteen Acriculturo not only cives riches darken It, says nn exchange, but some bushel of lime will do forty bushels Be Ta- Ono, It is uow believed that the sun folks don't liko to havo their tea dark of potatoes; more may bo used, thollmo to n nation but the only riches sho thousand volumes, and has just added struck Billy Patterson. four thousand six hundred. can gall her own. rather improving the flavor. ended in that way. I'lilitlnlirtl d t WALTON, To Jhouianil Wedding A letter from West Alexander, I'a., to tho Pittsburg Dispatch ays: Jus-tictho famous marrying Mayes, - - - Cilor and Proprietor '.Squire, wliocn icadinoss with tho . - . Business Manager words which bind is known to every pair of youngsters yearning to lw ono Lawyers and Criminals Wo do not know whether there Is any usoof calling attention lo tho growing excesses of tho Inr nil over thn country in tho defeneo of criminals, of which this Guitcau case furnishes another illustration, and which Circumrented. A Quincy druggist was sitting r in his store starthe ing nt the rows of bottles on tho shelves nnd wondering why people don't tako more medicine, when tho base-burne- door aoftly opened nnd nn eight-year-ol- d much less misery there would bo in tho world if peoplo nlwnys practiced in their own circles tho mutual politeness nnd kindness that oil tho . ...... i Li. - -- r uity u mujr niiceis hi iif. !f .i... iiuvci uuui-i- ed, novcr made harsh speeches, or ilow M'nOBERTS&STAGG Stanford, H. CLKRIC-JO- y. W. M'AHsrim&BEtebt CfeOOERS, SI. Asupli Nlunforil, ICoiilucky. av-era- nocoin-plinhin- MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY Weil-ncHdaH a Flour, Meal, Com, Bran, Shipstuff, &c, A SXJjJjE. Put-in-Ba- y .. ' v" s" FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING! Main Street, I at 1, B. K. WEAREN, I lull Stanford, Ky. geu-tlcm- s Il "" ""J-'I- Furniture I u, E. P. OWSLEY BRAND NEW GOODS, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, CARPETS?OIL CLOTHS 1TRUWTKS wood-necke- r. w mi HlfiCISS THE- GENUINE MAYFIELD o Water Elevator. mar-raig- Destroys qvo-uin- g Water Insects; Draws Fresh Water from lsiiH 'H torn of Cistern; Tubing and Has Freeze. Elevator. Foulest Cisterns Mado Puro by dry-shod- OVER ONE HUNDRED in o selt-mad- o in This i ' - Try and If Not Satisfied, It Will kon Back. ji NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS beginning to streak tho Eastern clouds The Missouri democrats, In ConvenThe Rink congregation last night was and to touch with prophctio firo the r Hnstnese. Is ifrtamH t Alexan-- 1 tion at Jefferson City, Wednesday, nomi- the Isrgest yet gathered, yet we are not nated ThosC J. Sherwood, present incuni-bentf- trusting congregations hut only Ihe "LIVI folds of tho bravo old banner wo have ilrla. i A ilrnamltn cartridge, put tnlo the null,' Judge Supreme Conrt, Jss. Hard- ING GOD." The new place of meeting Is s'rA.asraroKX), followed so long in darkness and t. was ing for It. It. Com'r , and W. K. Coleman a neat hall, suitable for theatrical enterNew York There's music in tho air for r-tax round In a - July 28, 1882 Friday Morning, for Supt, Public Instruction. Weilntmla. tainments, especially, but well adapted to democrats who can hear It, and it is n The Oorernwent paja $180,000 a At Augusta, Ky , Tuesday night, Ivan our wants, and seating about 800 people. had timo to deiert your colors, or to for oflicea In Wellington, EDITOR cxclnslre of Hie, W. Itowman, a stock dealer walked up to Il reminds us a good deal of the dear old W. P. WALTON. strngglo with tho sutlers in tho rear. buildings onel by It. R. I). Lane, Town Marshal, placed the "Mel" in Louisville, where so many souls At the Saratoga rami, Wednesday, wuule of a shotgun to his breast and fired, were born. Strange place Indeed, for SalExTiuvAOANcn has run mad nt Slan.lsford Bill Miller't Ticket Keller, Warfield, Wildfire, and killing him Instantly. Itowman escaped, vation to come, but was not the dear Rebut was captured In a Mr. V. II. Miller is to bo congrat- Washington. Mr. Beck declared In Ro were the winning horses. and is deemer of the World born in a stable? We The National Association of Veteran nowtnjtllat Hrookvllle. The feelicg Is trust this Hall will be the of ulated upon tho fruits of hi zeal find tho Scnato that tho books of tho Ap , very bitter against Itowman, and there Is hundreds before August is ended. patience. Tho egg which was sup- propriation Committoo showed, "oven of the Mexican War will be held In No reason Is known some fear of violence. September 13, U and 16. One moro sermon to be transcribed from posed to ho addled linn at length if tho Scnato should adjourn today, The mini of $25,000 will probably be at present for the murder, other than that the Stenographer' notes, and the tight "pipped, and tho protruding head Is and not incrcaso any of tho bills wo appropriated to bring home the remain Lane heat Bowman for the Marshalshlp at sermons on the LORD'S prayer will be surprisingly like our old friend Mr. havo yet to act upon," an aggregate of of Captain De Long ami comrades. the last election. ready fur Ihe printer. As toon as I ran The Duke of Westminster recently The figures showing the internal rev gel a publisher, will send out my first litJ, A. Lytic. In fine, ho is now said $410,202,939.22, as having been voted to ho n candidato for County Judge, since Congress met in December, or at paid $70,000 for Doncastsr. Thta Is said to enue collections for the year ending June tle book. I shall not attempt revision, and of courso there nro others still to the rato of sixty millions a month I be Ihe highest price sver paid for any Mill have just cotne to hand, and by them nor polishing, nor correction. Wlist I wss horse. it Is seen that Kentucky shells out for the not ashamed to preach I will not be follow. The shell, still clinging to it, Nor will theso hugoappropriationsfoot Wilhln a week or so, more than twen- general benefit something over ten and a ashamed to print, and no one shall truththo bills by any means. In three or conceals an yet the body nnd tho toil ty business-hom- e In the cltr will be light- half million dollar. Stuart has collected fully say that I doctored or toned down of this new and straugo birth, but the four remaining weeks of tho session ed with the eteclrio light. Lexington from the Second district, $055,021; Wilson any of the utterances of the plslfoim. The and Huckner in the Fifth, $1,407,720; public shall decide whether my accusers head, as wo havo said, is certainly five or ten millions will bo added to Transcript. Franklin Simmons, the sculptor, Is at Fiunell in tho Sixth, $.1,1.15,653; Swnpe In have fairly presented my teaching in the Mr. Lytic tho gentleman who onco this enormous total. It is safo to as- sat upon tho County Bench, but made sumo, in any event, that tho excess of work in his atndio In Home, Italy, on a the Seventh, $1,281,461; Landram In the garbled statements that have lately been colossal statue of the late Ollrer I'. Mor Kighth, $221,709; and Blaine In the Ninth, going the rounds of the papers, the most no reputation as a jurist, wo believe, ordinary appropriations for tho cur $1C9,G60. The I'eorio, III., district pays vicious of them starting from the rent year over that which has lust ex- ton, of Indiana. at least not in foreign countries. Still A Conrention has been called to meet much moro than any other, $13,:i07,03S; "religious press." I wish I could tell you pired will bo between thirty-fiv- o and he is a respectable man, and without how little they have affected me, except in at Ilizet Green, In Wolfe countr, to nomi- and the Cincinnati district pays $ forty millions of dollars! Mr. Aldrich, nate a democratic pity for the poor souls who have written doubt watches Billy Ball's candidate for Congress of Rhode Island, puts tho difference at In the 10th District. them. with both zeal and knowledge. BOYLE COUNTf. The forthcoming votume will lie about The republicans of VirTho credit ol conducting this pro- a still higher figuro than Mr. Beck, Shtlbf Cit. 300 pages duodecimo, and will be followed tracted nnd painful incubation is gen- and he explains it in part by saying, ginia, have selected Iter. J. M. Dawson, E S. Hood his sold his stock of goods, if the LORD will, by other, as the public colored, of Williamsburg, as candidate for erally, and wo daro say justly, given "mcreaso in general deficiency made Congreman-at-Iarge- . e and rented his to R. L Rey- may demand them. The reports of Ihe nolds & Son. to Mr. Miller. Why this gentleman necessary by the inadequate approprisermons are as nearly as the Sten May Booth, a colored girl, aged fourI'hll Woods, who was so unfortunate ographer's wondrous art can make them. to abandon his old party, ations of the preceding Democratic teen years, has been sentenced to lung at even before he has entirely ceased to Congress, $7,205,051 9G." But how Petersburg, Va., for poisoning Mrs. R. C. as to have nearly the whole of his stock of It will be better, I judge, to print in sucgoods burned up some time ago, has com- cessive small volumes, each containing a draw its pay, wo are not fully advis- do such deficiencies arise? Tho Senator Gray and Louis Jane. menced business again with a small stock selection that will embrace Ihe whole The Governor of Iowa, has distribued. Presumably becauso we havo not from Rhodo Island knows that existWe admire his energy and vim, range of truth the LORD has given me to ted $23,211, contributed from various of goods. had offices enough with which to fitly ing laws forbid contracts being made The Central Kentucky Millers preach as a specially. Many can afford to sources, for the relief of tho auflerera by reward his brilliant party services. beyond the appropriations and forbid the cyclone in that State. will meet next Monday, the 31st purchase a small volume, who would not At the last meeting at buy a bulky book contiining a complete However that may be, this is still a tho appropriations from being divertA careful compilation of the Cuba Inst , al Stanford. tolerably free country, thanks to the ed from ono object to another. The sugar crop fixes it at 601,500 tons being Danville, the time was set for August 7th. collection. In the smaller volumes, what but as that day is the day of the August I wish to circulate can be more effectually and democratic party, nud every ono has heads of departments defy the stat- an excess of twenty-twelection, it was thought best to change tho distributed. So I seem to be led at presutes. They pay no more heed to these per cent, over the last crop. a perfect right, with or without reaHunter Wood, of Christian county, time us above atate.l. All millers are cor- ent, son,; to change his coat or his friends restrictions than if they were obsolete. has been elected JULY 26. Wednesday. We occupied a member of the Demo dially invited. whenever he sees proper. Wo there-ior- They expend tho money voted, and go cratic State Central Committee in place of Wheat is licing threshed rapidly in Gelbart's Hall yesterday. Ilrtter congreour vicinity, the yield per acre being great- gations, better room, better spirits among part with Mr. Miller, who as a on to expend raoro without tho least Capt. Stone, of Lyon, resigned. democrat has inado a very good officer color of authority. They are liable to Chicago has added an engine to Increase er than the most sanguine expectation of the drooping one, alt mark the new deindeed, iu the kindliest spirit nay, impeachment, but a Republican Con its daily water supply by about thirty mil even the farmers themselves. Prices on parture. wheat have dropped considerably In the All well and happy in the LORD. And even with resignation, and congratu- gress would never think of impeach lion gallons, making the total supply a hundred and thirty million gallons a day. last ten days. Buyers are disposed to hold still he provides for us day by day, Praise late our republican friends upon tho ing Republican officials who help to A party of Indians attacked a wagon afievenatthe low figure of 85 cents per His dear name forever. Pray for us still, run the party machine, and who ex acquisition of a new Boss. train near Clifton. N. M., killing two men. bushel, many predicting that the bulk of dear friends in Kentucky, who read these As we are thus likely, at this late tort from subordinates tho payment of The wagoners wounded and captured one of the wheat in this section will be bought lines. Jesus will win, but He calls all to day, to meet a determined and per- Ilubbells political blackmail. Twenty-n- Indian, and roasted him alive after the for 75 or 80 cents. Several buyerx from "come up to Ihe help of the LORD against Cincinnati bought a large quantity of wheat the mighty." Ever in Jesus. millions of deficiencies hare fight. , haps bitter opposition, it is in order to ine Geo. O. IUh.ses. In the Chicago prison an inmate, nam- In this county nt $1 per bushel, but when call democratic attention, and the been voted at this session, and some of it tumbled down to 85 and 00 cents, they scrutiny of every body else, to the gen- them for stale and suspicious claims ed John I'rindell, an imbecile, confined in refused to take it, thus leaving the farmer The Evkiilastinh Piano. It is the same cell with Wm. J. Claike, unbucktlemen who composo our ticket. Cer- that have been before Congress for a to stack bis wheat or thresh and Kelt at impossible to find an old piano so bad led Clarke's wooden leg and beat him to that some dealer will not buy it and the present prices. tainly our party has not, in selecting generation. The Republicans camo into death. Tlcre is some excitement In this then find a purchaser who will put its candidates, taken that advantage this Congress with the avowed intenThe Governor of Kentucky cost the tho old thiug into his parlor instead of the peoplo which is sometimes tion of making up for a long absence people just about $10,000 a year and liousc county in regard to the new county road of his woodyard. It is upon such anfrom the public crib, during six years free besides. This is a little steep for a law wh i ti w il be submitted at the August prompted by au assured majority. cient instruments that thousands of iu the very common Governor. Hiaing Sun election n the voters of Boyle, Lincoln tho young women of America "pracThese teen are not par- of Democratic ascendency and Garrard counties, for their adoption (Ind ) Recorder. tice" until they do not know harmony ty hacks or wirepullers. They are House of Representatives. Theyhave Jacob Johnson, a farmer living near or rejection. There are many ugly looking from discord, nnd until their neighlived up to this promise. Nothing not tho product of a clique or ring. j features in this proposed new county road bors Lexington, Ky., started home "tight," and thank heaven that pianos aro not They are of and from tho people. since the days of Grantism compares next morning ho was found inside his gate, law, which if adopted will be the most to supply tho music of tho celestial They are conservative, they are res- with their prodigality at tho present with his head battered, and his pocket-boo- k grievous burdrn, especially to tho poor future. New York Herald. white man and negro, that was ever Imand $500 gone. N. Y. Sun. pectable, they aro representative. They session. The builders of tho Alaska aro con Chief Justice Waite has issued a writ posed upon a free people. The poll or were chosen, not in tho back-rooof The New York Herald is not so of halms corput in the case of General Jf. per capita lax feature of this law increases structing a vessel to eel ipso oven her a postofiice, but in open daylight and blindly partisan as not to see tho drift M. Curtis, who was arrested in New York the poll tax not only on the young man performances. The Oregon is to lie before the people. Look at them a of public feeling. It says : "The re- City for violation of the laws regulating but upon the old man, who, under the old COO feet letwcen perpendiculars, M system, is exempt from working on the feet beam, and about 40 feet moulded moment : publicans are not going to havo any civil service reform. 13,000; It is a good thing to have a wheal crop roads by reason of his age, and if he is depth, indicated Ellis W. Brown. An upright, margin to spare this fall. Tho shame christiau gentleman, an intelligent less extravagance of their party in so large that the greatest of speculators not able to pay his lax, he is forced to consumption about 220 tons per day work upon the County roads until the on very full steaming. and faithful judge, against whom Congress; the refusal to relieve the can not corner it. Should they be cr lull debt is paid. There are many old men in ed under it there would be no tears. CinLocal Option prevails in Brackeu. nothing ha been said, or can be said, hardens of tho people: the Robeson our county who are not able to pay the Tho County Judge and Clerk says : cinnati Commercial. by any person in the county, white or scandals; tho Juy Hubbell scandals; present poll tax of two dollars which is Tho Mess. Mason, Shanahan & Co., the suppression of tho salo of liquor black. the Star-rout- e cases, nil are leading large railroad contractors, are the highest levied upon them for the protection the in Bracken "couuty has materially les John Blain. Tho beat Clerk any thoughtful republicans everywhere to bidden for the labor in the Kentucky pen county and State afford them. But when sened crime and drunkenness. It has couu(y ever had, whose records are doubt whether it is not ou the wholo itentiary, the bid footing up $22,500. an additional poll tax is levied upon them cheapened the administration of law, for the pupose of working the coast as thero aro fewer criminal and penal models of neatness and accuracy, best for the country to let 'tho grand They will no doubt be awarded the lease. Sullivan and Tug Wilson signed ar roads, over which they have not even a prosecutions. whose office is brightened continually old party' slip back into the minority ticles for another glove fight, same terms horse to travel, It is wrong and unjust in Upward of 13,000!000 letters and with as fine a grace and as raro a for awhile. In this State there are an the first, to take place August 14. Sill the extreme, and there would be no danger s aro postal daily in the courtesy as ever presided in a draw probably at least 50,000 republican livan proposes the fight to take place in a of this new county road law being adopted world; 3,418,000,000 letters are annuIn either county if the masses of the voters anil whoso intellect and in voters hospitably harborine this Western State, for $5,000 a side. ally distributed in Europe, 1,240,000,-00- 0 tegrity would do honor to any posi thought." A dispatch state that the deaths understood, or would even take the pains in America, 7C.O0O.O0O in Asia, to read the law carefully. Not only Is this among the Russian Creoles, In Alaska, tion, eveu the highest in tho gift of and 36.000,000 in Australia, and 11,- Tur. appalling magnitude of tho from the plague, a combination ofrcarlet law unjust to the poor man, but it is equal 000,000 in Africa. the Stato. pension grants is shown by tho fol- fever and measles, continue, causing much It unjust to the property holder who lives D: R. Cawenter. A modest and The soundest argumcntwill produce lowing from the New York Sun: "It destitution; only a lack of material will in an incorporated town, as It forces him to manly young fellow, with both brains pay 10 cents upjn the hundred dollars no more conviction iu an empty head is estimated upon tho present basis cause a cessation of the mortality, which is worth of his property to woiKa county than the most superficial declumatton; and culture. that over two thousand millions of fearful, and Increasing. road he never travels over aud which un- as a feather and n guinea fall with Tom Newland. Sober, steady, 8 Wise, Readjuster Captain John dollars will be needed to pay the pender the old system In is exempt by equal velocity in a vacuum. candidate for Congreaainan-at-large- , honest a& tho sun as humane a jailand sion claims. And new bills are now John S. Crockett, Commonwealth's Attor- reason of his having to pay Maxes for Rich gifts wax poor when givers er, and yet as vigilant as ever drew s before Congress intended to include ney for Wythe county, fought a duel near the support of his cuy government nrovo unkind. bhakesneare. iiut Irak upon a republican fellow-citizeof of the voters who como to the tho rich gifts aro a good deal better additional classes of claimants. The Chrlstiansburg, Va., Tuesday morning. John N. Menefxe. Quiet, resopolls to vote next Monday week, not havToledo than none, wax or appropriations and deficiencies for the Two rounds were fired, neither party hurt, ing read the new lute, courteous. When had Lincoln law, or Investigated ita American. will moro than double and the affair terminated satisfactorily. current year county ever a more faithful or efficient The leading citizens of Kansas City provisions, will very likely not vote at all Iu the lost five years 1,804 dead the aggregate for tho fiscal year just on this question; and jut here the danger sheriff? Mo., have organized the Kansas City bodies havo been taken from tho lies, of its being adopted by a small mimillions. expired, which was sixty-siCompany and elected ofllcers. Thames in tho various districtsof Lon Job Hockek. A young man of The expenses attending tho adjust- Capital stock $50,000. The first annual nority of the voters of the county; for If don. About of these wero conceded capacity and energy, and of ment of these claims were $1,240,700 Exposition will open September 20 at the only twenty vote for it, and nineteen women. the highest character. against it, it is adopted. There is, perhaps, for the year 1881-8- 2, and they will Fair Grounds, and will be devoted to the no ,W.j J. DAUailEUTV AND FltANK In 1821 nn appraisement was made one county road law that could be Interests of farming, mechanics and gen bo $2,902,300 for the year 1882-'8- 3." adapted to every county in the State with- of tho lato Duko of Devonshire's furHoward. Both good men, true and eral Industries. niture, books, plate, jewels nnd mar tried. The editor of tho Cincinnati Com The horse presented to Gen. Wolford out working Injustice to a majority of the bles, ilio total valuation was $u,UUU, citizens of some of the counties, ConseWhat more, gentlemen, would you mercial who is not a "stalwart of tho last Saturday was purchased here of Mr. quently, this law may work all right in 000. have? Wo doubt if either party, in stalwarts" and thereforo not entitled Lloyd Walker, for $155. The sum of $300 Union and Henderson counties, and yet Tho most oxagcratod dispatches usany county iu tho State has presented to wear one of tho brass collars around was subscribed for the purchase, hut as a not suit Jloyle, Lincoln and Garrard. ually come by tho fish liuo. suitable animal was by good fortune sea ticket near so strong or so good. In- pis neck, says : "As a work of art the cured for less, the committeo decided to "PRAISE THE LORD.' Iu tho human race for immortality dependently of party prido and alle- beaten brass medal of tho 30G would present Gen. Wolford with the balance in Dayton, Ohio, July 21th, 18S2, cremation is a dead heat. bo improved by tho pathetic inscrip- money. Lebanon Standard. giance, independently of tho obligalhar Interior: The New York World (Dsfcn.) says : tion gentlemen usually feel themselves tion 'I am goiui; to the Lordy I I made one blunder, at least, under to stand by a ticket of their am bo glad;' and then the whole thing Neither is Mr. Illackbnrn lookeiVup to when we came to Dayton. I stipulated fur MK.VOr HUSINLSSAND ECONOMISTS with general veneration. In fact, Mr. a place to preach in before I started. Thus SHOULD HEAD own making, aro not these men wor- would be so remarkable." Illackburn has probably done his party far I took the meeting out or the LORD'S thy of tho sacrifice of ono day and a Another disgusting duel has been more mischief than any other man In Con hands, not willfully, but "ignorantly, in lSKADN'JCltJEiyX'N: little ease? Aro they not, ou their fought in Virginia. Ono of old Gov- gress, it was mainly his ridiculous elo- unbelief," for which, I, therefore "found WKKKLV JOURNAL OS TRADK, own merits, entitled to our cordial and ernor Wise's sons, who is now the quence In the 45th Congress that prevent mercy of the LORD." But it was a blun VIMANCK AMU rUULlC KCUMOUr. united support ? rigui nower ot uwy Aiationo, and a ed the return of one democratic successor to der, all the same, nnd let the devil in, and mischief, of course, came from it. The ruuMsitui) iiv tub UKAuaruKirr CO., Don't make the mistake of suppos man named Crockett wero the prin that body. The writ of error from the Supreme Skating Rink was selected, au admirable 279, 281, Ml ilaospwir, Kkw Yosk, we win nave a walk over, cipals, and after firing five harmless ing tnat Court of tho United States to the Ken- placb) in point of oapaclty, and nearly evTho colored gentleman und tho soro shots at each other, their wounded tucky Court of Appeals, In tho case of ery thing needed in a hall, but on the edge Ttrmt, IS 00 per War in AJtviite, ItuWJiuj l'tntdj. head always vote, and on tho shortest honors wero healed, and they shook John Hush, the negro sentenced to bo hung of the city fully half a mile from the MitaiK COt'JHH, TKtf OUSTS. notice. Dou't make tho mistake, hands across the bloodless chasm. at Lexington to day, comes while the lat business portion of the place and still fur(OI'IKS WILL UK SKNT fUKX HH ter Court is not In session, and upon the ther from the residences of the great class cither, of thinking that the defeat of Tm: Senato has laid away tho Tux legal advice of Judge Lindsay the Gover- we wish to reach for "Unto the poor the As a flnanila! and commercial a county ticket is of no consequence ncwfijr. tho foremost I'UMWie or UasiwrsaaT's Is lu I of nrso- bill and taken up tho Naval appropri- nor has respited Hush until the 14th of gospel was preached." .. . i iu a political point of viow. A great nasi wrvice io uusiuess men, iisfjwianrsuv sua ation bill. This indicates that Con- next November. And so another lesson Is learned; the ImliMlrlal rrHrl, lis weekly epitome of biukrul-tie- s throughout I lie U tilled Mites sod Csusda sud campaigu tuay ' bo wou or lost by a Martin lloeruleln, an folly and blunder oonfessed and put away; llio summaries ofatneUsud llstllllles are alooe gress will ho likely to adjourn tho last skirmish at an outpost. Braco up worth the lrlre. minister, cut his throat at New York yes- and the mischief will be, in rrteuiiegsiiuLsirlllou coumuuia The syuors of au eirewliujir of next week, which, it is hoped, it uruuuus boys, and front into lino I Tho party valuable Irslure, Ascomiutrilal Iranaaclloiik, In terday morning with a rsior, and attempt- part, repaired by a change of base. will do. th wider seiuw, aro coiulu to !a mure aud mors of greed and of hate, the party of ed to kill himself. While pastor of a Lu Hall, on Fifth Street, right in the coudustedouaslatlillial Luis, the loforuiatlou lu llasusTKiiKT'a Is of Tin: Billy Miller bolt is not likely theran church In Holland, I'.rle county. heart of builneai has beeu secured, aud to cuiiUlnt-- to rodurers aud mlddls-uie- the Ural Imjiorl-abummers aud of bondholders has tried Loth proportions tho Billv New I'ork, In 1870, Hoernleln was con- morrow afternoon we open fire on the tho patience and picked the pockets of to assumeftitho i..!. tA n of .. .. 1! fi Mnlmna ASO JGairULTUasL IITIMTION l victed of arson and sentenced for seven devil, intrenched in Dayton, from a new IIIK TKiDK Tim usitkd status axd ham. "ur cye" it .... om,ln " t.UU I n ,fri '.""""'" '" TiiaouauouT " '"" tie one or Mcllenry-JacoADA IS HKrOITUD UX TKLKURAril TO iu Ken-- J Team, but, through the influence of friends, oInt, to be kept up until Jesus wins the ' of a!... n ",ho dawn : splendid triumph is muMTasiti' vr to tiik noun ok tucky. was released last November. victory. PRAISE THE LORD. rUlfLICATIOM, iwnu- - rRercmteitiL. icy. BRUCE, T.W.YARISOW. WAM.ACRR.VARNON. - down-tow- lette- jtt WARREN & CO, ArruttNiivH .aa' STANFORD, Oat T. W. A W. K. VAHNON, jjA-W- . np KY. In Owiler A Hon's new hiilldln(-- slslrs. , ATTUItNnv A.T LANCASTF.n, KY. TIIOMAH V. HIM,, H. O. KAUFFMAN. TA-W- Muter Oimmlnlnner snd Count AlUirner, Will practice. In all the Uourts of (larrard and sdjolnlnj ronntles snd In the Court of Appeals. corn-fiel- birth-plac- e Nash-tIIIc- Ap'roiiivjav Ar Jit.. riA.w, HTANIOItl), KY. to P Will priftlmln the Courts ol this and s.t loin Ins (litre In rpumlea and In lh Court of Appeal!, Owiler A Mon's new biilhllnt-- up stairs. s en AI.RX. ANDBIISON, A.'l"L'tItlVJ3V A.T :t.a.w, DANVIM.K, KY., Will pruUce In the Courts of llorle and adlolnlns ntlesand In thaCourtof Appeals. MAIITKIIHON I'KYTON, SIAUISIS KnsrusrrousTr. I.lilKUTV, KY. all the Courts of Caer ended-Joinincounties, snd In the Court of Appeals. P,rtr.,l attention sirro to collections. Of f T. Tierce's store. AND tt III prsttlre In s on s i O H 0c HH. RTANllini), J. a. OAIU'ENTEIt, . KENTUCKY Offlce hours OlBceorer UnM. H. I.jlli'i itore, from S to K snd 7 to 9 r. . 1 still-hous- e J. J. WILSON, UJ3NTIHT. Office, HTANlOltll, and Itnldrnre, Upper Main HI. KY. store-hous- rj HUUCJISoM WersVo't.,. LKH V. HUFFMAN, 1 UTANroilI), J2 IV KY. ,W '1' I H T, JU"' 8l""' I'uro Nitrous Oslde (Iss administered whin KU H--l d" " D. U. I Arw-elati- Will U In (tlanford two weeks oiescnnionin.rrom Brit Mondir. Dental roomi In HI Asaph Hotel, mer Mca liter A llrliht's. JS ilfti 1 At Uncaiter two wests of eeth ruenlh from Ihlr.l Mon.lsy Dental roorai In MaMinllouie. (Heealfn l'ure nllroui oild arimlnlitered when neceuarr. SSJtf JJ5H1LU iMsrvrriHT, w NOlttJAN. I). three-quart- FOR SALE a ! o hl o Oflnenioat approre.1 pattern, manufactured lis A II. Anlree,Chir(u, In good order and cheap. Inquire at fhrlillan (hurrh, lluitiHisllle, or sj. drees J. It. llll.M.Af, Dansllle, Kj. iiorm.n school okshsi pH SU IV.liltnt.iro Weal I offer to lell ui Leautlful little farm of a 100 and all acne, well Imrrored and ahundanceofitwk water, and In a bleb atat ofcullltatlon, Irln Iramedlatelr on Ihe turnpike between Hlanford and Lsncailer. to I Ice trom Hlanlotd and! inllei from Lancaster,i and il of a mile hum liberie Creek Depot. St-- " T. Olllrte Creek, Kf. d s- Lincoln County Farm for Sale! The heirs oljoaeph Scott offer at private sale. nil uriil Of lb! Al Hbi ij me I mil norm vi lllfer. awl near Ihe (limrd countr line. I'll The lan.1 la lertlle and In d repair. Thlftj.flTe acres In udendld llniber.uak. walnut. .h . .n.i all InrraM eicept nine acrea, which li now wheat " 'arm cjp it iwutoi low and on eait Icruia. tor lull particulars, call on DaildrVott, ootlieririn.orsddreMhliaal (lilhert's Creek l - o Ws place-hunter- C- s in II. IJncoln County, Ksnlucsr tT-- ft & CD cr o Stanford Female College. .STaM'OKI), ky. With PCD J "" a Full Corps of Teachers, Thli Institution will IU Thirteenth Heaalon on Ihe 2d Mnodajr In tfepleuler neit, AM. TIIK MUNCllta Or' A on THOROUGH horso-powc- r J CD ENGU3HC0UBSE k! O Arolaufht, as well aa MUBIC. TUB LANUUAOKH. DHAW. INC1 AND 1AINT1NU. TERMS MODERATE. IJ0-- ii co CD In Tuition, prlcee ranee from I2S to M In In regular Department!, l'rluiirr, IJS, Intermedials , l'rrparaloir, IIO, and Collciiale, IM. Kor full particulars, aa to Board, Ac, address MHN. ti. V. TKUKIIKAKT, l'rluclpnl Stanford. Lincoln Co.,Ky. CD B post-card- ing-roo- o ft--- ' . b Notice of Incorporation. 0 NS H g V hCD I J J Newland, W. I'. Klnr, Juhu Anderson, Hilaa Andenoo, Wm. M. Utter, N. IK Lacker, J II faraomandW 8. 8nonamore bare sawcla-te- d theinielveaandirtTOfn. an Incorporated cotu-under the rnrpnrale nam "Tliet Nlnnfnril CD i1 ' - Nine-tenth- 5 0) Pv e- -t . i ll y." 1 he prloclpit place of Iranaactlnf Ihe will heatHtanlbrd, Ky. 2. TbsitrncrsI nature ef Ihe builness of lh.com-I'l'i- jr will Imi the comtructlon, 0eratlon and a iiiacadimiaed orgrarel turnpike rued from a lut within 3 miles ofduntord to 1'rearh-entlll- e, nml l'rriiclirrllpTiirliilUe Compel Kr uo-wa- a H 121 S3 H a ono-thir- s- - CD ft 0 H a si S3 3. Too amount of capita! stock la Io be not less than tl.ooo nor iiioi. than 110,003, to bo dlrlded Into aharea of IM, tub. paid In IniulJiuents of 20 perteut., the flret lobe pild Aujuit 31, ISSJ, and Ihe residue etery M dari tberoalter. i. Theoorporatlouletocouinisni. July 20, 181, and continue for ally years from Ibst date. 5. Thealfalra of tho corporation are to be conducted by tire directors to be clef Id by theihire-hoMe- n of Ihe corporation The Ont election of dlrectori la Io I held at the Cuurt-IIouIn Htanford.JulySI, ISM, and thereafter the director! are to be annually elected on Ilia 0nt Saturday In July or cat h year. S. The corporation ran auhject Itielf to no beyond llaaiaele. 7. 1'rlrate pruiriy la to lisriempt Iroiu corjio-ra- ta dekta. co.m r MT. Ult.MlJI AIIUUTIsrxmM. X. CI O li a candidate I. N. U'lXMOT for lbs office ofCounty Attorney of lUnkcaiiloal August fclcctlon, IBS J. It. MAUTIN Countr 0 0 H Is a candidate for Clerk ol the Uockcaitl Court, Auguit election, I8SI. SIXTKICX-I-AU- ds CD 1 B pp r jami:n li a candidate lur County Judge of llockcaitle, at tho Auiuitelettlon, r. waixin li. c-- P W.III.OWUIVN o la an Independent candidate fur Aeieaaor of Kockailla County, Augual election, 1S9.I. s r--"S t.. ....... mmiHrrr, ATTORNEY AT LAW. NASI SI. Alt. I Vornon, Ky. Bpoclal alteollou W! I'rsctlra bis profraatou In Itockcutls and adjoining counties and lu tho Court of Appeals. ilieu to collections. Geb-hart- 's ut '03 7 N3UHVM J. E. VOWELS' VAifijnG'jL'Y Nxom: i flir. visitivoiv. icy., AgeDoy of ',",., '"!"" b '3311118 Soutb-Beu- d Chilled Plows, Avery'B Oast and Steel Plows, Buokere Reapers & Mowers.Bwoepstakes Tliresli-er- a, Mitchell Farm Wagous, New Home SawlnffMaohlnes, Taylor's Elaatto Bed Springs, s kfifal tmi-MtcIi(n JMLnm V i- - 1 W. T. Convention of, the Kentucky Sunday School Union on the 221, 23rd and 2!lh Antnst, proximo. Kev. J. L McKee, the Miller' Association will meet here local Tiik member of the Hxecutlve Commit-le- , neit Monday, l active in the work, and aurea m iii Friday MonilnR, July 28, 1882 Mfcmm Newport Slipper for 76 ccnta al that an Interesting and profitable meeting Itobt. 8. Lytle'a. may be expected. Thl Convention I and I made up of prominent hrlck-mMon- n wnntal L. A N. IQCAL TIME v At 0. KuiliTor len Rood Sunday-Schoworker from all the deAt once. Henrr IUtitfliDiAn. 10 a. M. I'asMPgfr trslna North nomination in the Stale. J, H, Msrrs, m " Bouth..... " 2Wr. Irish Potatom I want to buy CO.OPO Esq , I Chairman of the local committee of hiiKlieta at once. A, T. Nnnnrlly Htanford. arrangements, and all who expect to attend LOCAL NOTICCS. aai Oi.d Coin. Mr. R II. llurnalde haa a are requested to forward their riainr so IIUY l'AINlnof Penny A McAIIler. coin which waa made in that he can provide entertainment, l!i.Kvr.M pounds Sugar for $1 t McAl-Isle- r ullver Algerlne transportation haa been secured on 1B2I. A Uriahs'. F. Huber, Secall railroads, Addre Halt, Lime anil Cement constantly on I iiavk 0 or 7 hiMliel of millet reed left retary and Treasurer, Louisville, for pro hand a A. Owsley's. T- jiT ci which I will pell cheap or farm out on gramme and other Information. Nr.w stock of Jewelry ami Silverware at harca, A. Owley, Penny A MoAlisler's. LAND, STOCYaND CROP. Mihn llrt.i.R Huoiiri would bo very Cinrii Mii.ij". Horahnm Mill ami evap-nrator- a Louisville, to arrive on the 31st, Thus CASET COUNTY. Will Hay sold his gray horse to (leo. aale liy A. Owsley. for much obliged to thoi Indebted to her if yon sec friend Soc Is liable to be kept pretheal they would call and aeltle. (livens for $120. LoVKHA of flood Tea will find the Libert. ty busy for a time; hut like Napoleon, he In the city at Penny A McAllstrr'a. It. II. Crow sold to Hsin Harris a No, George Ferryman Lay, an Infant son DrPDE3-A.il3Va:A.OISI a man of Infinite Man. Katk Duiidmiar would be very 1 yoke of oxen for $lfi0, resources and rise Wakimi. 1,000 tm. IrMi Potatoes for of Elder John Lay, of Taylor countv, wa 'niui.k in much obliged to thoM who ore Indebted to grandly with the occasion, while Mm. 0. 1 cash or trade. McAllsler A Ilrlght. J, K. Carson bought of J. . Holme hurled at the Ilriith Creek Church on the N'ATOltw, Cloctca and Jewelry repaired her If they would call and fettle. simply a prodigy in ability and equanimi 1 lot of wether & at H) cU, 1 Ith. Died of spinal disease. and warranted by Penny A MoAlliler. whole assembly ol young It. II. llronangh sold to J. P. A L, W. on ty. Hut the KjUiMr.iw dctlrlng to lay in their winter rhyslcliiH' Prescriptions treurstflj compound! rhsrniiccullcsl Fre psrsllons a specialty. The Haptlst had a lisron. highest marWantkii. Country folks have just adjourned from the ballIlrusli Creek last Sunday. Don't suppose ket price In cash paid. MeAllster A Itrlflht. mipply of coal would do well to aee the Hudson a horse mule for $125. madrigals Cleorge King aold lo It. If. llro- they had It before It waa needed. Giles it room, and are singing Satanic best In the proprietor of Lincoln Mill. It will be Ponr. Alden Krult VlneRar, In discordant tones at my door; so I must by MoAllsterrt Urlglit. money In their pocktta. nangh I somewhat embarrassing to pull off and world, for ale only steerj at $29, H. go to sleep In self defense. and 2for-Scen- ls Jno. W. Holme bought of J. E. Car- show before a congregation and preacher. You will find the best McAll-ter's. CuMnrui.ANU Fa ma, July 24. l'ui.T.V twn thoimnd jieople attended son 4 yearling steer at I J cent per lb. cigar In town at Penny A died at hi Thoma J. Peyton, Jr., Maybury, Pulluiiii t Hauilllon'a clrcutat TO THE FRONT. A. T. Nunnelley hoilit of J, M. CoplOLD ROCKCASTLE on the Hig South Rolling Fork last J. II, A H. II. Hiiank are receiving and D.invllle yeatenlny, Including Congre-me- n, and, lli head of Tennessee cow at 2 for Sunday evening at G o'clock, of typhoid STOCK of WATOHES.CLOOKS, Reaching out for the rich, the poor, the a nice new lot of Zeleler Shoes oinliiR preacher, editor, common pcopla X, and 2 cent for the other. fever, after only ten days sickness. Thi low cut. lame, the blind nnd the halt. Come one, AM) NH7VKKWAKK and negroe. The wheat receipt in Cincinnati yester- i a sad death, a .he wa a young man in come all to her healing waters. The proA KULI. lino of California Canned flood, Including Apricot, drape, Pears, Peache aneaklng republican day were 171,118 bushel, the largest ever the morning of life, with bright prospect prietor desire to stale that from now Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than tho Loweit. Watches, Olocks and It li filial like the and Hub l'ltim at McAlisler and Uriah!. Jewelry Repaired on short notice, and Warranted, for the future. party to prlng a ticket on the eve of the known In the history of the city, until the 1st of October they have reduced -- Duncan llro, of Wayne, will be In Social life in this place Is rapidly Imelection. They had nottha tnanllneai to 'IpiJfONAL the board to one dollar per day, so that all with a fine lot of proving. We had the pleasuro last week may have an opiortiinlty to drink of her go at the ImalnpM In any other way. It Stanford Mn. H. A. Hurton liaa malarial fever. will not avail them however. Wayne county cattle for sale. of attending two parties, one at Mr. Ella healing water. We heve also made arMissMamib Chhnaui.t ha Rone to Oeorge 8. Fleming, of Fleming county, KiddV, on Thursday evening, the other at rangement with the LAN, Railroad and Hill sold twenty head ol three-year-ol- d Tin: I)!illlle Amateur I!ie Louisville to visit relatives. steer W. H. Wilkinson's on Saturday evnnlng. the C. S. R. II. to sell excursion ticket for Mn. and Mil. J. 1. IUm'kv have Club beat the DaiivIIle nine, Weiluctday aveiaglng 1,110 pounds at 7 rents. All of the beauty and gallantry of Liberty round trip at a price that all can afford. afternoon, tho acorc ttandlng 11 to (i. Thl gone on a vlelt to llockcutln. A Chicago special state that the pro-peand vicinity were present on both occa We flatter ourselves that the place is In 1 ConlUIIrotd about a bid an tho Danville boya beat J. C Itoni.Mr.it, and the better running order than it wa ever wheat sions. The music wa first-clasof a our, which I aome consolation to the crop haa discouraged bull speculator. tractor, wa hero Wednesday, dancing, so unusual here, was never enjoy' known, alway supplied with fish, vegetalatter. 1U.V. J.H. Sim has gone to visit hi Goldsmith Maid, the old queen of the cd better by thoc who have had long ex- ble in great abundance from their own Takes Ibis opportunity of thinking bts patrons In Stanford snil Tlclolly for tbelr liberal support, snI father and mother in Indiana. IIahhm A Dawson have jint received turf, now Vt year of age, la at Fashion perience. We are Improving, and if we garden, and milk and butter of their own stock thlsesrlyln the ssuon, before being culled bopes to retain It, a be his selected a first-cist- s Mim Ilr.MiK CiuinaUi.t, who whs vis- 10 ton ol Ixke Ice, which they will aell in Farm, N. J., with two foils, oldeit 2 year only had a dancing teacher we would soon oter, and It production. Wc hope all who are disposWednesday. iting Mis Mary Iogan,left mall lot at 1 cent per pound. Peraon old. be prepared to enjoy life in good style. ed will come at once. Miu I). O. STrrilHXnox, representing wanting large lota mn get it on reasonable John Iluchanan aold to Thomas Wood Miss Annie Helden, an accomplished Rockcastle Springs Co. Wright A llro., Cincinnati, wan here thi term. They villi CO latnlm at I) cents, and bought of It. II manufactured ice at stylo. Ills motto Is: From lha best of Foreign Mskers. They will be cut sndinidsln Ant-da- n and iopular young lady from Lebanon, i week, Cutting snd lttpalrlng neatly and promptly done. Iironaugh AH ewe lamb lor brooding pur- visiting Misa DollieCabbell. Miss .Mottle "To Excel." I cent per poumL SEW ABTKIITISEJIKSTS. Miu. J. I. McKinmisv, of Itichmond, pose at Ocent. Hays, one of Itussell's fairest daughters, C O. 8ri!iiin& Cut. W. O. Welch, as la visiting Iho family of lier father-in-laGeorge D. Wearcn received the followafter a visit of three weeks. left us last nTTi' In TITQ 11.0. rennlngton has twognod, Muter Commiiulontr, advcrt!e in thl strong teams and la prepared to ing from New York last evening: Aug. Tuesday. Ucautiful, popular and poss'sa-e- d Mr.Clro. II. McKinney. the aale of Crab Orchard Spring, to do all kinds or bsullug. Its will work one ol0O--his TllK editor of tlila paper lias gone on itio wheat $1 13 cents; September wheat $1.1 1 81 IN of a wonderful mind, her stay waa like tesms to .nowert II deslrul. (lire him a Job. WlIOt.KSAI.n AND UETAIL DCAI-HRby occur Aiigiut 10th. The ale i made ilaltimore $1.12101.13. a business trip to Ilichmond, Va..and will sunbeam in our midst which we trust a decree nf Court Ihta time, and there can be In alwent about ten day. A. T. Nunnelley bought 10 steers and will shine again ere long. Jesse Royalty Huiiii, of Ml. Vernon, no trouble about the deed. IWeIon, it heifers In Pulaski, at about 3 cent. He Mini went to Lexington last Tuesday lo attend Ia a candidate lor thaoffica of Magistrate Inthe will be aten, i not given until after the pawed through town Wednesday en route also bought 16 hpg for which he haa been the Commercial College. He take with Stanford 1'reclnct. prewnt very auccewful eion, which will offered 7 centa per iound. to Klchmond to visit friend there. Sheet Music, Bool.., mi il! Kids of Musical Mtrchdis!, him the best wishes of this entire commube ome time in September. We sre suthorlied to announce Mil. 8. C. Lackey, brother of Hon. (1. H.T. Hush sold to Col. It. J. White, nity. Prof. G. It. Water wa in town last cattle, to be de- Saturday. A. Lackey, and Mr. B.C. I.xckey, wn of the TllK ailly reort wa current here yes- of Madison, 30 SQUIKE M . C. POIITMAX latter, of Cuero. Texas, arc on a flail to terday that MIm Marie Ilirnca' organ had livered Nov. 1st, at 5 cents. They will The dancing picnic on Casey's Creek, A candidal lor to the office of Magishim. been attached at Dayton to pay the board weigh about I,2i0 pound at that time. last Wednesday, promised to be a grand trate In the Stanford Precinct. PlAiNUS, and Mimm Lou Hwr, of Pittsburg;, and and other bill of the evangelitlic party. S. P. and J. M. Lancaster, of Nelson success. There was a large crowd present. Mollie.Aniutron(r,of Alleghany City, Pa., Mr. llarne apparently made a mlnlake in county, raised 800 bushel of wheat on 20 The music and dancing begun at 9 o'clock In Kosewood, SatinwooJ, Mahogony, French Walnut and Ebonized Cases, in with their cousin, Harry Ktny, of Lbin- - going to preach to lhoe benighted, dote- - acre of ground. P. A. H, Overall and J. and continued until 12. The table wa elegant designs to correspond with any stylo of Furniture. -- OFon.are in the city. futed heathen, but hi friend here will L. Herkey sowed 02 bushels on a 48 acre loaded down with good things, and about ChaDel Organs, Church Mil. J. H. F1111, of David, Texas, never penult that little organ to be aold, or field, and threshed 1,780 hudiels a frac- one-thir- d of the people had begun to eat, er acre. tion over 37 bushel who ia on a visit to hi old home Crab any of the parly to auffer in thi life. rain we ever saw begun when the hardest With ono Manual, with two iMaiiiiah and Pedals, containing the most beauWinchrstrk Court. Small attend- to fall. The dinner waa soon too soil to be Orchard haa been very 111 since hi arritiful, powerful aud useful combinations ever procured (iol.liRN WlsniHMH. Wednesday waa the It. Watts, auctioneer, reports good, and the people were all hunting U improving. ance. II. val, and in etlll in bed, but in reexl Instruments. fiftieth annivenary of the mairiage of Mr. aliout 200 head of rattle on the market, Mil. J. B. Huilllix, of Kocltoastle sometime we could see four or five Mrv. Weley Hout, but they wero too brought from 1 to 5 cent. One lot of 8 shelter; and of them Springs, wa her yesterday, pleased with under one umbrella; four-fifth- s We invite the public attention to our large and well selected stock ol couple to celebrate much of matter-of.fac- t cattle brought $27 35 per got wringing wet, and we never saw as mathe success of hi sewoti o far. The reltj ilitus ol a decree rendered st tin Special ORGANS, and our unequaled facilities for furnishing the event. On the 'JRth of July, 18:'J, the head; six yearlings sold at $1G per head. 1S82, of tht Lincoln Circuit Court, In Term, duction of rate a published elsewhere, We purchase for net cash in ny dripping white dresse and ruined hats June the action of W. O. Welch, TruaUe, Ac, ts. I. the liest class of instruments at low rales. Hev, JohnS. Higgini iokethe word that Dr. W. O. Itobarda, of Merrer, who In , el alt will draw sine. our live. It was bad for the girls to Shelby, Jroiaaiu the underilgiied as Mailer Com larger quantities than any other house in this city. The expense of our united Wealey Itout nnd Miu America has given rccial attention to the raising missioner loun win, uu Miw. K.O. Hoimth and Mrs. L. K. ORGAN Department is far less than some housget wet but the whole crowd looked nice Cfty year they have lived of whett for tho last several years, Covington, and Mie Ann Ilrlm, and for We have reached lower Piano and Organ trade. es doing exclusively Culberson, of they had been bapliied. happily together, though not without the csU-- thi season aliout 2,000 bushel. He public Cook and Helen Keld, of Huslonvllle, Last Monday wa County Court day. AtanVlivV p. if., on lb iirtmlaes. sell atOrcnint prices than have been tendered by any dealers in this market, and guarantee and n Miction of life, having suction, lo the highest bidder, tho Crab is satisfied that the pi in of turning under F. Huff- norrow were Ihe guests of Mra. Dr. large crowd in town. J. W. rprlngs rroriy, to cniorce ina pruTiuoux oi a all instruments as represented. We sell on easy monthly or quarterly paythe remain of aeven of their ten the rag weed in July 1 a good one, and There waa a were deedoflruit forth benefit ol certain trail tori, ments, nnd any instrument taken on trial, not proving as represented, may Farrie. of Danville, man, yesterday, ezecuUdbr I. Hhelbr.Jr., snd wife on the SGIh children to their grave. The aurvivlng ought not to be neglected, 1 1 make no Allen and M.J. We solicit correspondence with persons desirM. Allen two dsy of April, 1SSI, ti W. U. Welch, snd of record be returned at our expense. Col. W. U Kok Thomas will give up ltout, difference to follow wheat with wheat, if here and purchased of J. children are Jo. II. Hout, John In tne omes Ol los uierK ui ui .ucu,ii w. wjui ,. ing to purchase, and take pleasuro in nnswering all inquiries. Clemen) Hou, Danville, 011 the 1st of work mule for $250. They purgood the This properly consists of 75 Acres of Shaded and Mra. J. I!. Owen, each of whom ha thi is done, for several years in succession. Sul& CO. August and go Into the Life Insurance, bus-lne- s chased of James Williams, 4 mules at Lani,oa nhleh are the Famoss a Eptom, ew Thrie-storrllrl- rk phur aad Chaltbeats Springs, or presented the old couple with grand-childreDanville Advocate. Hotel with (las, Water. Ac, of (ot-tagat Lsxington. Col. TIiooim haa $125 per head, and one from James T. AlMra. llout waa one of the children htables, Ac, all aflorJlog accommodation Since our last issue Mes. Phillip & len for $125. At 10 o'clock the candidate made a very aueceesful boat, and tho trav- of Joneph Helm, who moved from Virginia for C00 guests. The plsre haa beeu a popular Sum. Hro. have bought 5,000 bushels of wheal at began to Sieak and consumed the whole mer rtanrt for oter SO years, snd Is iltustsd In Lineling public will mlsi him. coln county, Ky., 800 feet abut lbs Ohio lalley, to thi State in it earliett day, and built A KaJiHranch of the Mil Mack Huffman received by the brick homo now owned by the Kngle- - 85 to 00 centa per bushel, and Mr. Geo. A. evening. The thing ia gelling lively In all on thet KuoiTllteha. Jlrert and IoulttllIecommuni rinld lr .ml Ilricken 2,000 bushel at 85 cent. The of the races, and the boys Ket up beautiful III Ida brother, H. K. registered tetter from cation with all the principal cities snd towns of i houre tint man lamily, and it waa yesterKentucky, Tennessee, Louisiana, Mrglnla ami pictures of each other. The record are nhln Hulfman, at Untie City, Montana, Tum-day- , the marraige took place. Judge Winfred market haa become very weak, and day the price offered ranged from 75 to being closely hunted in the race for CounAt same tlmssnd place will be sold In bulk sll pair of breastpin for Misses Maltie (I. a Itailey and MIm Polly Threlkeld acting the personalty on the place conreysd to the TrusSTANFORD, LANCASTER and HUSTONVILLE, and ltetlie Paxton, made out of gold as it a attendanta. .Mr. Itout'a father aim .2c, according to grade the latter price ty Judge and County Attorney, and are tee by the deed of Iruit aforrasld, conilitlng. of unni-buse- i, for longberry red. Mr. Bam Spalding sold linf for Furallnre, Ilsddlns;, l.lnps, Taoie-narused liv all ofctlie candidate cornea out of the mine. They are very Wagons, Ac, excepting such as has been -- PEALEU IN- came from Virginia. The Valley Cornet lo Mesa, It. N. Wathen and J. Dallas those two offire except Cspt. Klines. Just purchased for lbs season ol 1842, which will be heavy and mint have at leant $10 worth Hand paid their reapecU to the old couple cattle, aver before Simms 28 head of scrape shooting sundown a each of the pracloua atuffln them. The aales will 1 made without reserrs and will about 10 o'clock Wedncmlay night, and af age weight 090 pounds, at $17 50 per head. an unpreceilentcl opportunity for Inyeit- took place, in which Torn Saunder and afford a, inrutatlon. Poueaalon will hi clren On mant ter discoursing aome good iuulc, were in LOCAL MATTERS. Ibanon Standard, valuable bird dog were shot, Saun the ISth of September, 18m, or soouer If tha season two vited in nnd treated to a nice array of re- that date. Thoanlrt. Iiuneier, Cincinnati. ltccelpt of cattle liber- ders wa ahor on the right side in the enda beforenn srlse Hirer SoMKitsirr has just been made a money-ord- er I. rurinn oriiiirr. lll III freahment. low grade for which there groin. Dr. O. II. Mcltobert dressed the fere wllli tltn present uccrfiil nen-na- n al, but mostly of office. ( den, J. uiuler tlie is only a fair demand. Prices were about wound and saya that it ia dangerous but K. Itolilimoii. innnnicenieiit DEATHS. KnuiT Jam of all kind at Hruoe, WarCredit of Hand 12 months for both TE11M8 as follows: Common, $2.75$3 50; fair to not necessarily fatal. The shooting took Honda required with good '' Dr. lid. Alcorn, of Hmtonville. realty snd peionilty 1st rBSjU IpAWsWswsM cw UlawF tHesVHi Ural, lilasssw ren A Co.'. medium, $3 75(4.50; good to choice butch- place near the stable of the Napier Hotel. penoDsl security, bearing 6 percent, from dsy of mourn the lo of hi only eon, not quite A lien aale aud hating the effect of Judgnieuta. WillTK counterfanea at reduced pricca ers, $l.75(3550; fair to good shippers, We were not present and failed to learn also retained, rermluiou giren purchaiera to pay nix month of age. feeding and grazing steers, who did the shooting, but it ia supposed on bonds alany time before maiuriiy, 11 uwneu. at Itobt. 8. Lytle'a. Hkuok. Wednesday the 19th inst., In $5.757.25; W. U. WES.VII. Msa. Conur. L. C. C. of buggy and lluchanan county MI'ourI, ofconsumptlon, $1250500; Blocker, $3 7501.60. Hoas. that Saunders shot himself. There were July 26, mi. Jujit received a new line Selected butcher and heavy idiiper, seven or eight shots fired, three or four . Henry llruce, son of Thoma P, Hruce, wagon harne. W. T. Iret-iito good packers, $7,850 pistol drawn. Saunder had two; one waa aged -- 0 year aud five months. The de $8.3503 80; fair DESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE. Anothkii new lot ol Trunka and Va-lln- ceased wai a grandson of the late Hamilton 8 35; Mr to good light, $7.900325, com- found In hi pocket after his wound waa " hogs $007.35. dressed with every chamber loaded. No at Hruce, Warren A Co the order, I offer for sale my house, onalwut cottageof laud Ilaiighman, and nephew of Kev. J. M. mon, $0.7507.50; stock 8 seres porch and Good to extra sheep, $10175. Limbs, hotly has been arrested, and we auppoBe with 6 rooms snd a next llruce, attached, Immediately uu the btauford A lluston-Tl- ll TllK Danville Fair will commence the Woolen Mllla. On said plke.lust there will not be, as no one seems to know land there sre shore 7o selected trull trees now 8ta(o. Mr. Maggie, the wife of W good to choice, $5 2505.75. .Z soma TueJay. Il promWe'a to lie a good one. shot bearing, nerer-falllwater snd pleney of II; sll whether Saunder shot hlmscll or fraa I). Htagg, and daughter of Green T, Jones,. aud a good atone spring-hous- e. necessary GARRARD C0UNTT. be a big picnic at theSprlng Tiimik wilt by some one. There was great excitement John 8. Murpliy bating llred hre 5 or 6 died on tho night of the 25th of consumpt years, says ho nerer llted st a more pleasant place Lancaster. Hill race cource, Crab Orchard, for awhile. -ion; aged 31 year. For a number cf year W. II. HOfKKH. anywhere. I I GtV I lasting all day. btauford, Ky, Some of our young folk will attend m he ws a devoted incmWr of the lteform CUMBERLAND FALLS. Indcbtcil to inefor accounta church, and her christian life sustained her the ball at C O.Springs Am, who are Dr.W. H.Pettus.whoso illnea was men. Miter InUrior JnnrHal, are urgently rwjueate-- l to call In the hour of death. A daughter ten due July Thanks to Lincoln 'or lier timely, able in my last, died Thursday morning and nettle. Itobt. S. Lytle. year of age survive her, to whom, aud tioned (Fri anil handsome delegation. Will not bore He will le burled at Danville y aflltcted husband, the sympathy of you with a long reiiort, but know jrou will LAIili,call and examine tho light run- the I friend extended. The ivmaln were day) at one o'clock. ON T1ICFIUST MONDAY IN AUUU8T,18S2. ning New Home Sewing Machine, Iho beat formerly pastor be pleased to learn that the concern is go Elder C. K. Marshall, In Ihe Turneraiille dill burled in the Hustouvlllo Cemetery WedHave had several snrletllonwlll lisbeld In the world, forKale at Chenault, Severof the Christian church here, hut now of ing on iwiiumingly. district lu Lincoln county for a Justice of the nesday afternoon at 5 o'clock, tbo unexpired portion of the term ol reaiefcir ance A Co'a. Georgia, was, with hi family, a guest of additions of nleasant people since my last. John Cash, Kail , deceased. Also, at the same time. brother-in-laC. II. In Waluut Klal district, for Constable, to Mil a Jeliqious. Mr. Mary Elkin a day or two thi week. J, A. Hishoii and Ills Koyk 8. IIbaxi.KV haa a chicken with 1, 18S2, caused by the failure of their families and friends, ar- It. V, OreenJune qualify. to It A protracted meeting will commence Mis Pattle Heaxley I visiting her Linca. lioat, with three leg, which together have 1 1 toe 02 W. V. MeKINNKY, deatined to a long at the Methodist Church about the ith of I ler friend. Dr. WlUon and wife, of Stan- - rived on Thursday, the 21st, some sixteen ia alive and apparent! Coroner of Lincoln County. ford, are among the late visitor to this ci- In all. On Saturday, l'rof. Milllgan and August. and useful career. Allen, of Lexington, and Win. The wuthtrn Jlaplut aava there are ty. The Dr. will remain several day to Mr. John The remain of Bhaplelgh Elmore, who Vaughn, O. T.Wood and W. Alexander, of MADISON COUNTY fill professional engagements. died recently at the Anchorage Aaylum, about 1,000 Baptist in Mississippi, ol Monday wa County Court day. Con- Louisville, came In. Haiue day had a visit which 100,000 aro white an J 25,000 colwere brought here Wedueaday and Interored, sidering the busy time among funnel, from Cipt. 11. V. Jeuks, of Chatanooga, and red In Hit Drako'a Creek burying-grounthe The meeting at the Christian church there wa a good crowd In town, but Judg- the ubiquitous Kath Woodcock, of m To-da- y (Monday) the WILL HOLD TIIKIU NEXT ANNUAL MECT-1N- O ; Pi.kask NoTicK. All peraon indebted are well attended and much Interest ia ing from the number of drunks, it wa com- world at Urge. AT ltlClIMOND, KY ,ON are: Dr. and Mrs. Win. II. Davis, Nunnelley, either by note or manifested, but Ihero had been no confesof lloater taking theirlist posed principally In Hale A Cincinnati; K. W. Mulllktn, Springfield, nesion up to last night. dig at the candidates. The day wa enlivaccount will pleae come forward and wife, Indianapmutt be A Chickasaw Indian haa been entrust ened by one or two little diiputes, only one Ohio; J. II. Vajln Jr., and The buine ttle Immediately. AND CONTINUE II DA Yd. Johny Hogan, olis, lnd., A. (I. Whitley, Danville, and ed by (lie American Ilible Society with five of which ended In a light. woundup. A. T. Nunnelley. .Sl-ra.g-g- . T. Craig, James Wither, and W. W. TWO SI'LKMfll) TH0TT1MJ KACES formerly City Engineer of Hustonvllle, J. hundred Testament, which he Is distribuIn a dllTiculty 81100TIN11. The latter four Mo2iTicei.M Each Day Over tlto nest naii-Ml- le ting to hi tickled Tom Morgan' rib with hi knife Owsley, Jr., Stanford. .AJNTID between Jamca Denton and deorge llatea, promised me to do each a man's work, and Track In tho State. I estlmtted 1 that there are Be veil blade, but did no aeriou damage. South-woo- d the latter waa fatally alio! by Itobt. if their ierlortiiance at the supper table la 1 have silently endured the outrageous million of boys and girls In the Sunday- NcU'lUii(IrM, llHyltaUcN, lloaperH, aud Manuel Unwell, friend of Den- - School in the United Stitea. These are manner in which some of my word have fair Indication of their ability in other LA1K1K AND L1I1KK.VL l'KKMIUMS C'orn-IMuiilcrNulky Untlii For Cattle, Sheep, Hogs, Fowl, no doubt they will fully IlHrrowis, fjorii-Mielle- r, toil. IWca auceeeded In tabblng lluwell Uugh) by about one million of teacher, been twisted out of their original shape capacities, I have Mules, Jacks nnd Jennets, NlraH-CiUlc- r. HHj'-lroiTkrt'uk- 1 am truly glad we after he waa idiot. Caum of row: whlaky Harness anil Mad The Commercial'! Dayton correspond- aud meaning, till patlerce haa ceased to be redeem their pledge. HHJ EHRiUCsl, iiilC MhvIiIhcm tllo Horses. and an old grudge. losing hi respectable, to nay nothing about virtuous. have at length a representation from the ent report that llro, llarnes It have dwindled 'Tia not o much on my own account now region wherein pulsates the very heart of Bimetal trains each day from Dauilll Junction And other Implements aud Machinery. We buy exclusively from Manufacturers, OUH attention haa been called to the fact nrlii there. Ill audience lots, aud consequently obtain the largest discount and boy made their ap. til Sil a. u. Iatea HLauford at kAT. LaUCaSter, direct, for cash, in car-loa- d ia down to one hundred and fifty a night, and a in behalf of the young gentlemen, and old Keutucky, The Goods at Reasonable Prices that the name of Mr. J. N. Menefee lowest rates of freight. Our motto is t "First-clas- s and, 7:W, srrlslng al Klehmoud st V o'clock; returulug pearance In the ball-roofo4 two of theTyoung ladles, whose name ap,. made isoTsr, slur sair no anil r.acDiuK wuiuiw.i.wr. the Bestls always the Cheapest." Respectfully, omitted from our lUt of candidate. Of not a single conversion ha beeu 1 am informed, did not disgrace their linNtmr.ir.1. Dauvlll. Junction 7lt0. peared In my eronal tail week, that I Oood stalls course thii waa unintentional. Mr. Mene-fe- e a week, Btanfoid.Ky. application entered box rrgular aud bedding furnished horses trots free. For Information In The AJio&de auiipuiicea that Dan- howl at the way you stripped the young eage or thIr education. An ,.U thejy gular democratic nouiluce for catalogues address J. D. Harris, Tree,, or A. IVILLIAMM.. I, . WKTUKltN, to waa received this evening for accotntnoda- - or bs IV. v St. s,s.suaar.n, dwj,, 8h"e'rlir,and Judging from lit paat aervlcea ville will have the honor of entertaining wen of their breeches and gave thtu Managsrs Huston tills Pspvt' I Manager Lancaster Depot. JUihmOud, Ky. lions for a party of twelve persons from the delegate to the 17th Annual State the ladle. a xnoie worthy man can not be chosen. n(trioroiinml IfKCnr.AM FnmKMtoot by retn. INDUCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY I -- ...fc - Ja. Linens, Piques, Fans, Plaid Ginghams, &c. I also offer, at Very Low Prices, my stock of Jeans, Flannels and Woolens, which were bought early this year, at the close of Winter sales, at 15 per cent, less than present value. Money saved is money made. Gome and see ii iinrn ivujdx. a. TvmTTi uxxjuja. me. ixespecnuiiy, To reduce my stock of Summer Goods, I will offer at Very Low Prices, for the next 60 days, my stock of Laces, Hamburg Edging, Lace Curtains, India PENNY PENNY & McALISTER FANCY ARTICLES. MIUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY & McALISTER, ThcLARGEST JEWELRY H. C. RUPLEY, STAMFOKI), Kl, TAILOR, KY., Comprises Everything that is New, 0"O3Ea:3Nr J.Jj.iVlfJ Ja:l U.P.imiGIIT oo.. PIANOS AND OKGANS cfc Grand PIANOS, Square Elegant Parlor Organs, church NO. 66 WEST FOURTH S P., CINCINNATI, O. Upright PIANOS, DECRETAL SALE D Organs, PIANOS and PIANO and hrv. THURSDAY, AUG. 10,'82, r le JOHN CHURCH GEO. D. WEAREN, Grain, Wool, Orchard Grass and other Seeds, ' ste vL. 3fi.a.i:f. IM 77 j9l OlPtflS. lt, ELECTION NOTICE. Fair Association TI7ESIAY, AUG. S, V BUGGIES - Drill, Cultivator, Mower, CARRIAGES, Plow, GEO. D. WEAKEN, filtr.KN ,'! Lf, ' A Close Call A Few Incorrect Statements Origin the Term ot "Bucket-Shop- . Somo timo ngo.wo noticed withsome Thopcoploof n little town ia War; CHAINS If. tho speculators on tho spot, I rick county havo liecn hanging right regret n newipapr telcfrnpli'Ic'Tdls-patc- h wnfcolna tho fluctuations ofono "point" SrixrooD Htrkkt from CouneH Blaffe which refer- ns they call a tenth' of a mill on tho over tho brink of a fragrant church' KENTUCKY scandal, but aro notnwaroor tho Tact, red to n very eloquent nnd Imprcsivo Cotton Exchange, ns a cat watches a LANCASTER, Friday Morning, - - July 28, 1882 nor will they bo until this copy of tho speech delivered by us nt that place, mouse, having so littlcchnnroof mak Argut reaches its readers over there. aud it has worried us considerably ing fortunes, what chanco havo tho JOHN T. IIIUU1NS, l'HOI'KIF.TOIt. Just beforo tho closo of tho services ever sinco. I ho rcfcrcnco to frequent outsido speculators who havo to do last Sunday, a good brother walked applause, more csixxunlly, has given their gambling through others? Think Lovur WOMAN. l A FIRST - CLASS HOTEL us a ...Confucius: Woman Is tho master-'."'We- '. forward to tho pulpit, handed tho othercroott ucai ot Innan. l hero aro of getting rpcculrttion down to so fino tnemy particular, Thnlrenot tha r'll-llbo split inaccurncios ns ho minister nn announcement, tho press report a point that tho mill has lo II'-'anlliltrd, nJ mllihtllon utiarintml. Hcnler: Woman Is tlio crown of thought, and asked him to read it to referred to, nnd wo dcjiiro to correct into ten parts; and when cottonIsgoes tho congregation beforo ho had dis- them beforo too late. an up or down n point or two thcro crcntinn, In tho first place, wo did hoi speak Immeiiso excitement I Tho term "buckIIo that takes n wife missed them. Just beforo timo was I.Frankiii called for tho doxolocy, tho minister upon tho subject which wo wero cred- et shop" was first applied to tho small care. takes Worn n teach us repose, said! "Brother BramTor has handed ited with in tho much published ac- ghmliliiig establishments which went 'I.JVoItaIro In tho following," and, in n clear voico count. wildovcra changoofn point ortwo , civility and dignity, .Haiti St., Ntuiiioril, Kj. Another point to which wodesiro to in tho market. In tho snmo way that ' 'Lh Fontaiho : Foxts are nil tail he read tho noto, which ran as fol call attention is tbo drift of our ro for five cents you can got enough lieer lows: . nnd women nil tongue. My Own Pkt Biiam Aro you nov marks, which seemed to havo been in- dregs in somo of tho Fivo Points grog- JOHN DINWIDDIE.PRO'Il. . Leasing : Naturo meant to make cr coming to sco mo again ? I am correctly reported. Wo did not say shops to intoxicnto n wholo family, so woman its mnsterpiccc. the that the Chinese go, or that my darling onco rjjTohn Quieoy Adams: All that I dying to sco his boloved eyes. moro Apollinaris watermust gnawing nttho tho cheap points in withcotton market, OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 looked down upon was enntempt by Tho and gazo into niado me. vnra.my mother Whittier: If woman lost us Eden, old mummy that calls herself your vitals of our nation liko n famished tho Stock Exchnngo men, givo riso wifo will never find it out. How can girl in tho pantry after tho concert. to n wonderful oxcitcment upon n very BOARD, 32.00 PER DAY. such ns she alono restores it, Therb is n woman at you enduro her? Come, darling, to No allusion was mado to tho fact that small monetary basis. In tho grog- Special Accommodation to Commercial Lamartino: ono who truly loves you. irour own, tho seed of a cucumber was sapping shop stale beer is dealt out by tho the beginning of all great things. Travelers. Mahy. tho foundations of commerce, or that bucket full nt n trifling cost; henco IHucfcault ; I wish that Adam had and only In tho the watermelon habit would soon mako the word bucket shop as applied to any Tho good brother had ImndoJ died with all his ribs in his body. Baggago Transferred Freo of Chargo plnco where oxcitcment may be had at E. S. Brrett : Woman is last at wrong announcement. At tho closo us a nation of Baptists. of tho reading tho minister looked All thoso statements we aro prepared small cost. But bucket shops aro Ilhavo recently taken chargo of this house tho cross and earliest at tho grave. horror-struck- , the stared to prove and intend to havo N.'l. Willis : Tho sweetest thing at Bramley with congregation stares, sary. when it shall becomo neces- safer by far than speculating nt a dis accommodations. cold, hard tance through brokers; in tho bucketlife is tho unclouded welcome of a in Wo did not attack the groU nation- shop nt least you sco your money go and his wifo roso up in her scat aud wifo. Kiohter: No man can cither live glared at him liko a tigress. Ho was al questions of tho tariff, hell or adul- to your neighbor who is betting that a nimialv or dio riehteous without a equal to tho occasion, however, and terated codfish balls, Neither did wo certain stock will go down whilo you rising calmly with a look of perfect enter into tho discussion of irrigating havo been betting tho other way, and wife. Victor Hugo: Women detest the resignation nn his face, ho said : tho continental divide and planting it you sco tho wholo gamo as tlio quota serpent through a professional jeal- "Brothers acd sisters : It may appear with pomegranitcs. Wo avoided tho tions aro chalked down on the blackSTANFORD. KY. strango to you that I should ask our usual hobbies upon which wo general board, while in tho real market you ousy. of beloved .pastor to read such a terrible ly speak. Wo make this statement loso jftrgo sums so quickly that it re Voltairo: AH tho reasonings E. II. BURNSIDE, - Fropr. men are not worth one sentiment of thing ns that from tho pulpit, but the in justico to ourself, as wo havo been quires days to understand exactly how best way to fight tho devil is to fight placed in a falsa position, nnd it might it happened. women. This Old and Woll - Known Leopold Schcfcr : But one thing on him boldly face to faco. Tho writer hurt us in the fall campaign. AnothRomance in Real Life. Hotol Still Maintains its is of that vilo noto is unknown to me, er littlo matter might bo mentioned earth is better than tho wife that It was night, n phenomenon occur-inHigh Reputation, but is evidently some depraved child whilo wo aro upon this subject which tho mother. seven times n week. AMI Women aro a new race, of sin who is endeavoring to besmirch should not be ignored and ought by nil Beecher: The moon shono brightly trom tho Proprietor it I shnll use means to be given proper weight. W.e heavens. This latter clause is always Its Shall be SecondDetermined that world received my Christian reputation. ro created sinco tho to no Country it every endeavor to ferret out the wri- were not in Council Bluffs on tho oc- added, although nobody over saw tbo Christianity. Hotel in the Stato in its Fare, Appointments, or AttenShakspeare: For 'where is any au- - ter and if discovered will fearlessly casion referred to. or a moon shining from n hay-lof- t tion to Comfort of Asido from tlicso littlo errors, tho thor in the world teaches such beauty proclaim her name and hold her up to or anything else except from tho their Guests. tho contempt of nil Christian people." account is correct. Bill Nyo in heavens. ns woman's eyes ? Eugene Sue: There is something He sal down amid tho murmur of ap- Boomerang. Two lovers strolled along tho river's Muricif wlllbrtonf.j.il lota J from ta.dtpot arrnmmoiiauoaa still worse to be dreaded than a Jesuit, probation nnd sympathy, and his wife A Wonderful Lake. bank, and Luna's soft rays mirrored trrsorrnarr. prriai r. Th liar till t tol'omnirrrlallrattlr wanted to hug him right beforo the aud that is a Jcsuiless. alnaja mpr.llnl nlth Hi. holfit Tho Bodio Free 1'rets publishes the their reflection iii the water, disclosing braailaori.lqaora aatl llcara. Fielding: In the forming of female congregation. That evening he told following description of Mono Lake, tho fact that her bustle was on crook friendships beauty seldom recommends the writer of the note what had oc- n rcmarkablo body of water: cd, and thnt his head alarmingly recurred, and remarked with a grin one womau to nuothcr. Notwithstanding the steady influx sembled nn egg. was the closest call ho over of fivo large fresh-watMicbelet: Woman is the Sunday that it KY. FAIR creeks and in"Fred she murmured, chokingly, ns CENTRAL .of man; not his repose only, but his had in his life. fj'lvansville Argus. numerable small streams, itabitterbut a great sob made her bosom heave, Ullll.t kflJatlla.illlf, on joy, the salt of his lifo. pellucid water continues to givo a sed- "shall I meet you in heaven?" Josh Billinqs. Margaret Fuller Ossoli : Woman is imentary analysis of 45 pnrts soda, 10 Fred stopped whero ho stood, nnd AUGUST 1, 2, II AND 1. The famed writer of the Yankee born ifor love, and it is Impossible to proverbs is now about sixty in years, parts salt and 15 borax nud lime; that looked her square in tho face. from seeking it. turn'her "Well, darling," said ho slowly, as I'rtmUm Mat la Large ainl'I.llif ral. and shows it. His hair is as lone and the lako is 29x10 miles in diameter, Socrates : Trust not a womau when unkempt as ever, is iron gray, and his aud mote than 200 feet deep in places; ho folded her to his breast, "I really Kiraraloa Tralaa Trom Urorirfloff n aailSoM- she weeps, for it is her nature to weep stiff drooping mustache isfastchang that it contains two largo and several can't tell. It depends on whether jou rrirt oi 2l,3ilail Ith daja, l fdanJar, when she wants her will. dajaail KrliUf. ing to the color of old age. Ashe small tufa islands, the first in magni- go thero or not." , Mary Wollstonecraft : As a Bex grows older, beseems to become more tude having au area of 2,200 acres, 3lolrlij Woir A I'roil'a Cflttralr.l llaaJ or women aro habitually indolent, and and more supremely regardless of per- and tho second island 1.500 acres; Tho moon still shines from its high l.nlogtnn. every thing tends to mako them so. but For I'aUlojun a.Mrria sons, surrouudings or opinions. A? that upon the second island is the cra- position, tho water still murmurs, J.I. minor., Rochebrune: It is easier for a wo- he greets one with a machine-likter of a volcano that was in nctive they don't any more. Fact is they aro S.trfUrj man to defend her virtue against men "How do yo do," or an inanimate eruption as late as 1858; that upon the both married and settled down, but than her reputation against women. "Good day," tho impression is con larger island And out 100 feet from it, they ain't husband and wife. Ben Jonson : A woman, tho moro veyed that he has arrived at tho state in 70 feet depth of water, are boiling "You say your brother was hung in curious she is about her face, is com- of lifo and prosperity where he deems springs ot asphalt, and that no living man EDWARD H. FOX, Propr., monly tho moro careless about her fate powerless to work any alteration tiling exists in the waters of tho lake Texas?" queried tho smooth-faceas ho turned in his chair. "Yes," anhouse. pink-eyefor worse. Billings is essentially a except the Piute shrimp, n Noitb-IUGarner of Main aJ Third Simla, Louis Desnoyera : A woman may man of himself, tactiturn and unob- - worm which attains a length of about swered the chap with tho melancholy look. "Kxcuso my impudence, but DANVILLE. be ugly, ill shaped, wicked, ignorant, s - - KENTUCKY of an inch. strusive everywhere. He is not so you see you know that is I'm n silly and stupid, but hardly ever ri- popular as The valley, commonly called a des formerly, his only work lawyer and would liko to know the Hating rrrtntljr rrSttnl injr noma with all of Hit diculous. now being that which appears in the ert. surrounding the lake is about 30x niaitniiniiiruTrrurnu, i atw nava iue Swift: The love of flattery in most New York Weekly. For this service CO miles in diameter, and has nt some charge." "They hung poor Tom on n men' proceeds from tho mean opinion not remote period of the past been technicality of law." "They did, eh? Finest Caller; in Central Kentucky I he receives, perhaps, $3,000 a year. they have of themselves, in women, His royalty for the circulation of wholly submerged by mineral waters I wish I'd have been retained as his Wlien fuu tialt Dantllle, don't Ull lo eall and m lUvpeflrulljr, counsel. Somo outrageous ruling of me. from tho contrary. "Proverbs," his almanacs and other similar to those whicli now occupy tho tho court, nodoubt?" "Well.Idunno; Malherba: There are only two works swell his yearly income to deeper portion of the basin, ns tho i:invAiti ii. nix, rboUvrai'lirr Ky (l.Ui!lialHurif J beautiful things in the world, women about 85,000. He is now a willing, -mark along tho western wall is Tom owned up to stealing the mule, and tho only troublo was to account and roses; aud only two sweet things, but not attractive lecturer; his servi nearly 1,000 feet above tho present for tho death of the man who. got in women and melons. surface of tho lake. SYRUP BROMIDE CHLORAL ces in this field aro small and waning his way as ho was riding oil. Tom Southey : There aro three things a in demand. lrom tho proceeds of his The Floweu Fancy. Twenty couldn't prove that tho man died of wise man will not trust the wind, tho Imme labors he has amassed a fortune of sunshine of au April day, aud a wo Hver 850,000. All this money appar years ago flowers were specially re- consumption, nnd so tho court called diately served in this country for funerals, it murder."' Wall Street News. j man tf plighted faith. ently allords lumselt and wile but meaOutside of Swift: The reason why so fow mar- ger and inelegant comfort. They pass weddings and actresses. Re Sinco ho has been a minister, Kid. the theater, the church and the grave riages areihappy is becauso young a quiet, relegated, but doubtless conlleves. their tirao in making nets, tented life, in an unpretentious Sixty-thir- d yard, they wero straugers. The man J. W. Harding, sr., has married 1,121 with a flower iu his buttonhole was couples, and in tomo instnuces have not in making canes. , street dwelling-houselLord Langsdale: If the whole of which is mado to answertho gurret considered as affected nnd silly as Os- married theirsons aud daughters after THtE GREAT NERVINE It it ittr- rtn.T in the com car Wilde is regarded by us inftrama' rr them. Wore it possiblo to muster in r aer other world were put into ouo scale, and i 'tvely nn iftmrnl liaar m by jatt,ng iLj net world bined purposes of literary sanctum and the lady who wore natural, flowers to ouo line the dcceiidnnts of those 1, mroeii'iftia relief my mother into the other, the . nni rfli? Aatluiin, lnltllnlloi of Urn nud From a New York was regarded as resembling Uphelm 121 couples, whoTraco back to Elder It would kick tho beam. nt llrrnlli, ft' '1 Hjlrl-. llrnrt. Nhnrtiie tuoai r ntUc Letter. iianifKliattftlj in more ways than one. To day there Harding, a littlo army could bo drawn rti m f iit lika Lady Montague. It goes far toward ral houri toiprinc thr ti f fi' trrit i. is hardly nn occasion where flowers Up in a lino of battle. No other .Mir euro fur IMll'Mt I'.Nr.SH. Iww woman His Fiddle. Smashed reconciling me to being a ktroynllif Apprlllf fur sntOXJ I)llllft. ('iirrftiftixiltiTH 'iim:jii;n. Tho other day n man with a fiddle are not poured out on us iu torrents. preacher in our grand old Commonwhen I reflect that I am thus in no ' in- - toiftll v, r r),t ll wealth can produce such n record on his shoulders was walking nloug The ladies are buried in them, the riiw, SO chills in h n futiiitr? danger of marrying one. irfat IV. tl. AHIiriCI.I.V, AilliriY, Iveutiickian. IV invaiI O Coa fltvfPiu.ii' li.ici..M Douglas Jerrold: What women the street near a building in the gentlemen bloom profusely at tho butr ar Ak juut Piu- -l i it. nobo- - course of construction, when a brick tonhole, and nt call, at reception, even would do if they could not cry, A beautiful girl looked out of her dv knows. What poor defenseless fell and smashed the musical instru- at dinner, theso smiles of nnture flour- window ono day, und taw her rude ish around us. We can not dance, ment. creatures they would be I brother out ou the sidewulk, walking LANE & B0DLEY CO. "You had a narrow escape," said a talk, or even eat without them. The about on his hands with his feet dangAVMRDCO Bulwer Lytton : 0, woman, in in howor-th- e policeman. churches not Catholic and Episcopa- ling dinary cases so mere a mortal, up in the air. "Tom," she said, "Harrow escape, replied tho man lian alone, but every denomination great and rare events of lifo dost reprovingly, "don't Tom; I wouldn't contemptuously, "jes look at this fid- havo been converted into hot housos, do thou swell into an angel I that Tom, indeed I wouldn't." OY THC innumerable, .as a Juliet-wa- s bearing bouquets a fool dle." Charles Buxton : "Wouldu't?" replied the rude boy, ATLANTA COTTON EXPOSITION, "I mean that the brick just ruisscd proper tribute from naturo to God. to kill herself, lor in threo months AM TMlia looking up and speaking with marked New Orleans Times. she'd have married again, and been your head." and malicious emphasis, "Wouldn't? "Missed my head, the deuce. Look Steam Engine and Saw Mil glnd to be quit of Roraoo. John K. Randolnh. livinc near Hy Jocks you couldn't." Saville : Woman hare more ut the Gddle." Pittsburg, believing that tho Lord is SlblUltd Atlanta In 1881. "If that brick had struck your head Boon to visit the earth with another Charley Lyon arrived at his home Manufacturer, ofat Bt.am Knirlnea. Hollar., strength in their looks than wo have in Iowa', a fow days ngo, satisfied by a Bw Mill, (lanif IMzr. l.atu ilahinei, Hub by their it would have killed you." iu our laws, and more power Hansen, l'ul. "Now hero, that's all right. If flood, is building an ark after tho pat- month's experience at West Point that and Spoka Ma4uln.ry, bhaOinir.and Flour Mill. tears than wo have by our arguments. UTi.Couplinga, (leariur. Unit tern of tho vessel of Noah. It is 228 Stml for Circular oT our i). 1 1'llotatlua Bishop Signori : Do not allow your you'vo stopped me to sympathize with feet in length by 18 feet in width, nnd ho did not wish to remain a cadet. IIo aan 31111, nhlcli nt a.ll for daughter. W be taught letters by a me in the loss of myfiddleit'sallright, will havo a capacity of 100 tons. says that tho rules of military acadeif you've como to speculate in retoo rigid and severe to bear; maV though ho lie St. Paul or St. but He looks for tho flood by tho middle my woro that hazing was practiced; thatho was Francis of Assisi., The saints aro in gard to my head, you can just move of October. Iu tho meantime ho is ou. I've been in Arkansaw fifteen compelled to cnt tallow caudles nnd Heaven. making arrangements fur tho recep chew faricd rope, and that, unablo to Chesterfield: Womeu are much years, and have had eight shakes with tiou Special attention mon la Plantation Ma. representatives of the of lius animnl as many ns ho can find, and stand it longer, ho rnu nwny. more alike than men; they have, in chills and a touch ot dew pizen. ctiinerr. llluilratnt Circular. Jfrt: kingdom truth, but two passions, vanity and was all right, but now that the calam is sending invitations to a great many LANE & BODLEY CO., ' On hearing n brainless millionaire Joir Jt ll'nl'r mi., 0ne(nnaf I, love; these are their universal charac- ities have turned their attention to say that ho gavo 810,000 every year my musical arrangements, I'm hanged persons whom ho wishes to savo. teristics. in charity ns u religious duty, tho ArDe Maistrej It is not the medioc- if I don t go back to Missuri." Iko was Disbop ot Petorboro said that is was A FoirruNATK CAu..-D- r. rity of women's education which kansaw Traveler. called to sco one of old Jake's chil- tho largest iusuraiico ngninst firo ho makes their weakness; it is their Frum a way back, de chickin hab dren. Tho next day after Dr. Iko ever heard of. His Qraca evidently necessarily causes stood weakness which in do way ob a uigger's 'ligion. called, tho child died. thinks charity, not honesty, is the best 8urawia lo DaUU(rtr A lloliuia, their mediocrity. "It is mighty fortunate dat yer call- "policy." Detroit Freo I'ress. I has neber yit been ablo to ilis- ed me iu," said tho doctor to tho beSammik's Essay on a Monkey. kivcr why Noah tuk do buflalognat NTAXIICI), - - K1.NTUC1CY, wid him iuto de ark. Ef Iliad been reaved father. Among the now features of tho "A monkey is a blame funny iusek MAMUralTUHKM OK "Why so, sah?" he begins lookin' like people, but lie dar I should hab objected very serious Greeubrier White Sulphur Springs "Yer see I was called yesterday nn' this season is a ttock and cotton exruns lua other en too iarout to remind to ditt proceedin' Ob all animals a You can't tell cow kin turn aroun'an' look at a man do chile died vou of his bein' twins. change, whero now quotations are bul- Fine Carriages, Buggies, "Yas." how many feet he has, causo he hain't de mos pityful. Do cow uat'rally letined every halt hour, und whero "Wall, ef I hadn't como como do stock nud futures may be bought nnd mado un his mind yet whether his 'cites de sympathy ob de human famifeet is his hands or feets, an' ho uses ly. But doan' fool yerself 'bout do cliilo would hab died day beforo Bold. both waze. When he smiles his cow. Jes' when yor thinks dat she's A Chicago butcher has been fined feechers work hard enough to pan out grieviu' ober do loss ob a fren', slio Tho Suez Canal is one of tho most 8100 lor knocking out tho oyes of catsomething ginowine, but tbo real fla- lifts her foot, kicks sideways au' comes valuable pieces of property iu the tle before slaughtering them, iu order vor don't seem to lo fetched out. Mon- mighty nigh splittin" yer widoopou. world. Tho net profits last year wero to mako them tractable IIo said that keys bang on n tree just liken grape Arkansaw Traveler's Philosopher. over 85.000,000. This was an increnso tho praotico was common. vine, but there's moro meat ou 'em. There is uothiug that soothes a boo- of over 28 per cent, over tho profits of Monkeys dont dross enufl to suit mos' A llerdshiro Hills boy patd with his their close is made sting ou a young girl so much as tho tho nrovlous year, .bach ship that lifo for the folly of tying u cow's halfolks, aud, remark coming from a nice young man passes through tho caual pays a little of such thin stuff that it wears oil AND N. Y. Herald. ter around his waist, and then driving to tho effect that the beo was a discrim- over 20 cents a ton. when they' sit down." Exchange tho liens t whore a railroad train could inating insect, and knew a sweet thing frighten her. Miss Julia A. Hunt, who is sumA correspondent of ono of our ex- when ho saw it. .. changes asks when is tho best time for mering at Blanchester, will begin her It Is now bolieved that t)io man WAGONS OF ALL KINDS. An Arkausas bridegroom caught tho next season at Montreal during Au- that was up with the lark was full. a gentleman to offer his hand to a la or all daerltioni, We iiiiuHrailum Uarrlafi-.. . dy, A very good timo is when tho bride in his arms at tho conclusion of gust. She will continue to uct tho workiutu aud utlu cut'lorlng only uuly Url.Uaa luatlrlal, aud t4l at ruaaauabla Timo, tido and accommodation gentleman wonts n rag tied round It. the ceremony and dislocated two nf chief part in Mr. Siduoy Itoseulield's C2urea atyle, warkuiauibliiatvl uMtrrlalaanald--7...- I ' I trains wail for nobody. nil itArmii.urv v jiyiii:, her ribs with a violent hug. play, "Florinel." Glasgow limes. &tmMmk nlcriorjopal II IfOlISi:! Cincinnati, T 1 Now Orlea'ns KENTUCKY CENTRAL nr f & Texas i Pacific II T- O- Railway. 1 :m: m -- THIS MOST PrMIRAIlLK HOUTC TiA.i3Biijiai3t In fflr.1 Jn IS, MM, nr lit. lM. Slffl 11 aa CIIVdlNNAXI! Mluoiirl, Iowa, Kansni, Texan, An.l ilwUMIf Ilia IVrrtilar noiil., iironttnc, iIm., l.aa .hanRftaanil aurwrtftr arrnmme.latIona lo nit CINCINNATI SOUTIIimN DIVISION. Aim iNlgt TATIONB. nt. ThnNertli. Norlhwratanil Wral. In facl. II roil I.TX. ST.ASAPHHOTEL llMkwo! . ...... ' uptlna; fllty Arf. Cuathiiwwga .... Tift. tMlMh(aM - Hln CltJ llMkwaml. T .. . . " " " " " " " " ' Cinrlnnatlx ...... rfwriwli LMfrSlAn..... II lith SWisftHflk- Pahfin . JsMtUn )Ut . rwnt IliifMM. nrl ..,... ., i!" IM ii aa ii wan raiaavi ara; wriani n.w liar i.iarnra, ann hanilwnirl. furnlahnl llMllnlnit Chair Cara lorm I ho unriiaM mfnn of ihla lll lt.llal.la, Ihrrrlir imilnit a trip orrr llila Una One ol Inni 17 II ISM It aflOIMIISI rrawa roinF.it an. I plmmr. Tr; II. IM 0O ... .... TIMr TAIII.I!. IN Kr'Frrtf MAY 14, IIIJ. IW A.M. I r"Ko 4 No. t: TTo.-' rViinii. IN o ilM M II 10 til no lrM Ml 7 10 IM l A.M.tl'.M.M'.M I.to. Oi.lnilMi " ralmmlli.. " CjnthUna . M l'arto Arr. ltlHln. .. 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TUliliMAN Tn Mrmplib, Lllll TALACE CARS lbw. MHr, e Excelsior Art Rooms From LOUISVILLE To WASHINGTON, Til Monlforuarr, anj N.w llrlrana. Kwlfranla In Tela. bav lltWretHnWfif Inorentr.: Tla MrwplalaiKTla N UiImm Tim. i.ucli tlian kr ao Mh.r lukk.r anj ram It la alMIha lul. lr notion TUB d Grandest Scenery in America! OrtUMriiKf QUIOKEST, OnEAPEST AND BEST llant. I all p4ut. In MrMMrl, Kanuu, Illlrml.. Inill.na, lawa, Nrr.ra.ka. U4iraiti. Arkanaaa. ami lU.t. Onlr un. .bancn la l'liln(i, ft I"er fmtli.rlnrvrwatMHi alwvt tVrkrt. to lh Hartilh. Kanaaa, CulnralA. anl ei larant ratra to three-fourth- illrxl In lVun. I.H U Ut Y. Baltimore,Philadelphia&N. Tin Only IHrrtl Una Urn Pan. ami Tlrk.t Aft , IjiuWiIII., Or V J Anthony. Alt. blauluiJ. Kj. KkiriJa. iM.w '. I .VlltOlli:. Kj Vlrcinlii mill llio CarollmtH. arl atlliiiiiViirralimi.urikr. A o. lUllwar, at .t ait jiii i ii jsirt ri, a.iiiillllr. a4.l-m.('. KUMST, iiriivrat ouuiuwp.i.ril rtgvni, iamihviii. '. W. SMI I II, ii. w: i'iii.i.i:n. i 4oi, i Manaiw, Iivh'I I'.fc'r An' water- lf Tli krtt art u mI at Mlwllal Tl.k.1 nrSm. ri K.r fulllirr lnr.,riH.IUn. mn STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, !l TOT HT 8TAN10llI, KV., G, G, WINE, cISe'sverme. ll in at ui' iv i natii i ( ma all ki'.itaofw.irma t m frum lli linn an i. t,.. i aMM.tlnc lu Inn miMt iti ll. au aimnai It uml rimiliru will lako ll na rra.llt aa llry mi I in..laM.. Hlnrti ahouM I'arrntaran rrrvmniil tt Iii v,ry lnMiakwu.r rya. Iiappjr applr It wilh Mf.tr anl afMirkliiiir farm, ami anlrlta IH nncniMrt'HHilr riprroa or lli Itlll. on. It 1. in. fMl tlir itr.Mii.fr Mttrr that la f'trntanl lutakr Puluplll twi. ouik. i.u. and mIiI tiy ural.ra at tunity hra a Imlllr rrnta Maniiia.'firrd by C. flltlOHKA- ttCtrr, Villi Mull) I.anlmrlllr, Kv. Tlua prrp.ratmn la pnrrlr vrrulilr anl frrn n ftiiii ail it t ii.ncrr ii. aiiti.ramT.. and I'KILKtllf MtHiuui.ota, ft.1t- at. store-house- latil.U, llr.il.lorM., Ac . t. ml IS32, - -- Hi Mai bl t all Work klmla guar-.....- .i nn. uiall f.ciwn i1u1 Mila- In - aiKiihamlittl x male i on apiJIra- 4 Hon. nl '' lurHla lnKianlrl ly I'axiir flrrrl. '(. A MrAll.Taa. viiiiicn muit'Toiii. f LTIIiitilHT.MJUTII.-llK- A GBtiD COHSINATION. 1532, GOLD MEDAL l ITajf.r Mrttlnf. Ttiurl7 nlflita. Huu.lar Hrhool a. u. J. rl. Miaa, riiirlntrudtnl. Tba Semi-Week- ly WtimaD'o Kuei.tr rurrt. Interior Journal Sunday InMlulonarr lb, at i o'clock.hrro on lhal.t Mia. T. T. rath mow U.Tlru, IIMU.III. Au4 the ImiitIIU v. J. M. llaucit. Ialrrrirrricr. BAITIUT.-IlitauJ Fourth BuniUri. mornlnf an J Dljht. I'rartr MwtlnK er.rr WrdoraJijr all.r-nooCunJir 8bool at V.30 l. ai. It. K. Harrow One jtar Un 8:i..10 two for llllta More HiiierlntoiiilHit iiuu id iir ui one. IVuralilp by OIIIIInTlAN ilay. 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