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Semi-weekly interior journal: August 1, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882080101_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: August 1, 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. flettti VOLUMB Itaetli fiuettof lumful STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, AUGUST The Tat For Coloreil Schools. X.N UMBER 510. TI16 1, 1882. LUed Good Company. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 65. nnd all this is duo, (ought, ns for his per Tho conditions uimiii which one m sonnl lilierty nnd his lifo, in order tc outer (the payment of $7) is about tho ....I.. ...... II, in., it H HAli (l.n a..i.jui.i got permission to set his locomotive 'upon its rails, i -t ft. ... Lords , I. . lloth tho ... . nnd Commons op. . ono i .T..PIHis mm umi in.giii h.i H..m nfthn tirnmuod luminal ,, fit. j"'-"- " .Stan ueW T liko swindles, "7d Sfttf Yean Since " young trnvclof who bowls along from ono ocean to another in a "pal-nco- " cur with nil tho luxuries of W. P. WALTON. - - - Editor and Proprietor ntid of tho tnblo surrounding T. R. WALTON, - - Businest Manager him, finds it linnl to onnccivo that within tho lifclimo probably of sever-n- l of lhoo nround him, tho loco mo I'libllnlirit Tttrmtiiun mill I'rlitaii, live nuil tlio railroad wero in n fur cm der stnto thnu tho electric motor is nt Hu.no ,v;NNifM. tho present tiny. Tlio iden of tho "tramway" anil tho DEMOCRATIC STATE AND COUNTT TICKCT. solf profiling ongino wore "in tlio roHHiirmion Juphr Mil. A. H. llieiuatw. nir" toino timo before, hut it was only sixty years ngo that (leorgo T. J llmmr. ArntLLATBCtiiKK-Cir- T. ( tho centonnlnl anniversary Ita Omutt JvimrH. W. Ilw. of whoao hirtlt I ma just been celobra-toi- l, It. rAirnfTR. OOWKIT Atkiihy-- 1. 'B crystnllzcd nud condensed into iN IlLild. l) CDUKTT n working macliino tho vnguo and fuggy suggestions ntid purposes which Cinmrr J. N. Mitrig. many mechanical minds wero already IVm AmhwiW. II. IIaMkiu contemplating. Iiithos!xtyyciirs,whicli l"D JilLK-- T li. Kkwuadu. thousands of men in Kuropoand this Vh Svia-- P. II. llnW4M. country can easily rec.tll, tho whole (tiaoii K J. lUMimmT. rnilrond system of tho civilized world CninTAiiLK (HrixroMi I'mnwrt) Ti rt has bsou horn and has grown to its M btii. present proportions. Thero nro nt present nearly 225, The Marriage CuilJ. I.. n ir.: ..I... 000 miles oi railroad rcnrc?cntiiic rii ;: : 1817,000,000,000 or value, overrun .. "i" "ij :;:r.i r: :,"",K:ri.Z -- ;n H' every continent .n.l many of the f tho RioljO. And jet, sixty .tn1..M..,n&.. n. d h,"l,,,B tlnn. tlm morn, yonrs ago, tho man to whoso ingcnui 1...- ... ... .i. i.i....!..i J... i. .i. in u. moro Iiculrljr to whoso Marion Trust Company" and other l forwijrht, comprehension pationco init Thero Is but ono txilnt to bo settled by tho voter who is interested In tho two cent tax for colored schools: Aro wo rendy to destroy tho common school system of tho Htnlo? Tho fourteenth amendment to tho Constitution of tho United .States is inexorable, insupcrnhlo nnd paramount to nil Stnto law. That amendment is mnndatory to tho cflcct that provision shall bo mnda by tho Ktnto lor tho education of colored children equal to thnt made for white. If that is not done, then tho colored children can lie oflcred for admission in tho white Echools, nnd if refused, tho school au thorities nro liablo to tho penalty of tho law, which is both prompt nnd severe Now wo hnvo provided for whito children n per capita of nbout ono dollar nnd forty cents. Tho tnx of two cents nn tho ono hundred dollars will provide nn equal per capita fur colored children, und satisfy tho demands of tho law. II this tnx should fail to ho ratifiod in August by a majority votoattho polls, then thero will bo but two alto rcccivo tho ternatives left, colored children in the whito schools, or overturn tho common school system of tho Stnto nnd do nwny with public schools lorovcr. Theso two alternatives nro Imforo tho people. Demagogues to grntifv personal prejudico or d Egypt and Her Trouble. L'LRRK-Jn- mt-- W. -- ?Tvu:i 1- '. : - ZZ'J,i, -- .it the i h.) all. the ?7',re' mm ruiicuicii. crctlentinls wnn todls 87 in mah. Tho ,'" tns Mieored nt ui uiicr iiiwuru wcro in .. er ... i:. ...i.i .I.... ...ruiMieciea it nfiiiiif-nii.1111. iiikl ill. n.v. ..,.,. .. I J- - at mill - iiloutiful ns Iilockhonds. Tho great on tho mutual plnu will bo iawyora nud ecioutiflc men of tho day mnilo when a momlwr of tlio Umld ; I fit ...:.!. laughed him to scorn. They said the Ih comZV i',u 7uflta nnd other f'K"o smoke .would kill the birds nnd mo caiiio. ruin nu ileitis, urivo nco- . , valid nroofof to raet, thcunnnsseH '.. po mnd,' with tho mm and excite- H the .in '' nentwoul. be nndeoi ,,, eVfin if lcccssfu, wouM an that neilti ben. nclud.ng tho n p, ica. ,, , f , nmmmllf tho sum colleote.1 on such nAmsment, ,. ti ,' M, . . .. IIUIOU SSWll ttllill MITUOkVH less so much imr cent, to cover oxpon IIis bills woro thrown out of Partcs, will lie paid over to such appli- liament, and oven after ho was permitcant ns n marringo portion. ted to build tho. Liverpool nnd ManHere is just wltoro tho troublo chester road, including tho filling up todovclopo. Tho marnago takas tho slinking bog known as Clint place, tho npnlienut who took tho of - .una;, u was wiiu great iiiiiiciu.y mm ccrtificato of CDtlowment, iuooutemnssc-smo- nt z of doctors ctirtiuonto, Ll. no history of w U..ln i. o r 'tz;: ... ", nl (or prom-- , ,i ' , .... to hnb j, .. inolM. S"L? ""ff'T dUuf a . , "..i" 0, S? S ' 1 1 1 i ,. notoriety may bo nttain a short-livewilling to destroy tho schools to spito tho negro, but wiso and just men will voto the tax as tho cheapest und best means of settling a question that will inevitably gjvo serious trouble "within tho next six months, should tho tax Extremfail to carry by tho peoplo. ists of both parlies will opposo tho tax, and restless colored men who aspire to unlimited social equality with the whites nro now doing nil in their power to defeat it. Under such conditions, can not tho great conservative body of tho two parties, who hnvo tho good of tho public schools nnd the best interests of tho colored race nt heart, earnestly nnd honestly com-hinto carry tho tax and save the Lexschool interests of tho Stnto? ington Press. o To get somo good, iquaro, rcliablo knowledge of what Dictator Arnhi is actually doing in tho valley of tho Nile, wo need somo other dispatches than t!.oo sent from Alexandria, which comes from n Hrifish source exclusively. It should bo remembered that of tho 5,500,000 population of Kgypt proper, which means Upper Kgypt, Middlo Kgypt nnd Lower Mohnmmo-dans- , Kgypt, nnd it is Very probablo that Dictator Arnhi litis theso churchmen very well under control, sinco ho can tell them, with truth, that tho Knglish havo knocked to pieces Kgypt's great maritime city, nnd nro landing troops to mnko war on them. Ilesulcs tho Mohammedans of Kgypt proper, Arnhi enn exert his churchly influence on tho twelvo millions of natives in Nubia, Darfour nnd tho Soudan, and if tho Knglish get on us slowly ns they havo during tho last two weeks, ho will have a very good supply of fighting material, such as it is, moving down tho Nilo valley nnd Eastward toward the Suez canal. Arabi has at Cairo n very excellent nrscnal nnd machino-sho- ps to supply him with war material, and ns the IScdowcen furnish their own horses and accoutrements ho will only havo to supply them with fodder, and the children of tho desert aro not very heavy eaters, oven if their horses are. Arabi would liko to draw tho British into the interior, for in August the Nilo reaches its flood height, and by cutting embankments, if tho rise reaches the max iraum of twenty fivo feet, ho can flood the country in n way to embarrass an invading force very seriously. The months of August and September aro theunhealthy months in Lower Kgypt, and ophthalmia afliicts natives and foreigners nt all seasons, so tho Hritish soldiers will have no dress parndo. The Iiritish aro now lauding troops nt Alexnndria and Port Said, and a fleet of troop ships is bringing many more. Tho Sultnn again talks of sending troops, but nobody believes him, for n Sultnnic pledgo is worth nothing. o "May I open the window for you, Miss?" politely inquired n gentleman ot n young lady ou tho Northern Pacific rond, ns ho saw her tugging nt n sash that had not yet recovered from tho preceding winter. She glared nt him a moment, nnd gavo a reluctant consent. Block, KyM "Folks can't Iw loo careful who Opora they spenk to or accept favors from," oiiATintH ri tho replied after a long pause. Win oh, Wall Taper. .Uiislcul is very true," replied tho gen- DrugH, "That ItOOliH, IiiHlriinipiilM, I.lqunrN, CliituilcalH, tleman, quietly. 1'jlllllH, .Mntloiicry, fJlKiirR I'uclu't "Aro you a Boston drummer?" sho NOHIH. OllH. Ciitltcry, TolmrcoM. I.IIIIIIM( inquired. Machine Fln AruiM, .VfClllCH. "No, I am not," ho answered. Our Jewelry, Silverware anil Optical (Jomls Department Is In Charge of Col. "A hotol clerk?" Thos. lllchards, who will llcpalr Matches nnd Clocks I'm nip fly and In tlio best "No, not a hotel clerk." style. glad of that," said sho. "I "I'm clerk never let a drummer or a hotel speak to me. Maybo you'ro nn M'ROBERTS&STAGG House Stanford, l,erTll,rJ, "No, nor nu actor." "That's first class?" sho oxclnimed, showing her dimples nnd becoming moro and moro confidential. "If an actor wero to speak to mo I'd die. What is your business?" "I'm a barkeeper, and I'm traveling West to get a territorial divorce from my wife, explained the gentleman "Oh, I'm so gladP giggled the girl. "Reach down my satchel; thero's a lwttlo of whisky nnd a pack of cards in it. I'll piny you an odd gamo of California-Jacfor 85 a corncrl I liko to meet gentlemen, and I know 'em when I see 'em. Ask that duller across there if he's got a bald-heade- d H. It G RUPLEY, ICY., ily.'e. T.A.DCDLiO STAIVFOKO, orer, 3FJL, uJ TaVei (Mi opportunity of Unnklng hit ptlrona InHUnfoM ami tlclnltj for thrIrlllrliapport, bopi toreUIn II, m he hai Mlwtwl thl,frlyln IhniMiotl.tx-foreWlngcult- cork-scre- will you?" . - Courier-Journa- l. m m A Little British IMP Scene. lri-bun- The Phwnh !,' i: Wat n fabulous bird that was said to live in Arabia, nnd of which Herodotus gives tlio following account in that part of his work which treats on Kgypt: "The phmnix is another sacred bird, which I hnvo never seen except in effiof tho happoniiigs ot thecvent, against gincs. Tho civH engineers themselves gy. He rarely appears in Kgypt; .... i which tho certihcato guarantees, nml ' wero i.: ! r onco only in fiOO years, immediately it- ins eiieinios. uu wus nui "oiiu oi is proiiiied nn early nsesmeiit .. nml llmni! Im nipir .rrpmr((l nn fiiiFinp(r , s after tho death of his father, as the .. ......, . . .. .... ..v..v... n payment ot tho "marnago Mriion, education. Kvery thinir ho proposed Hclionolitans nfiirm. If tho painters describe him truly, his feathers reprewhich wnsso glowiuglydo-Ecrile- d or dower, lie imiKissible. was shown to Thoy sent n mixture of crimson nud gold; in tho bogiuning, ns n munifi said nn engines could not bo driveu nt and ho resembles tho eaglo in outline cent 81,000 gift. Tho nsesmcnt moro than twelvo mile hour; it and size. They afiirm that hn contakes placo ami nt tho end of 00, DO would bo driven back bynil tho wind; bo told that trives tho following thing, which to or -0 days cull again to the smooth wheols wouldnot "bito" mo is not credible. They say that ho tho magnificent prizs has dwindled to mi tho "niils," tho wheels would not from nnd, SIOOoHcas. 't,lrn around, nnd tho macliino would comes of his Arabia, inclosedbringing tho in myrrh, body father fact is accounted JT:. Tho remarkable . 5Ld: hensive. Shrouds and Kobcs always on hand. I also smnu sun. ...... i n: -- (..(!..!.. buries him in the temple of tho Sun; .ur.v ulu .B - -the ceremony, and turther said that repair Furiiituro and do ciirpeiitor's job work. """","'" And nil . this happened in tho boy and that he brings him in tho followt ,, , clauso in the 'Tolder, (Orders by telegraph promptly attended to.) he had intended to be present as per B. K. WEAKEN. ing manner: First ho moulds as great tho bonefieiy, to tho effect Uul .ecu "hoots across J!TY and agreement. "Thou," said the judge, lloSI,000,or,urt.e.is,"will!wl,; more into tho shapo a quantity of myrrh ha they umbered "why did you not appear?" "Well, of the event Irom town eajiily than tho rudest of vo-- of an egg as ho is well ablo to carry, ' paidi on ho in jubge, the fact is I was treed by a ri. ....i:... .. -, and, having tried the weight, he holiiraunu. IllSlirtXI nK"9l. ...-..iiiii i ni.vk. ii .nn iit'u. rn.iwvlt lows out the egg, and puts his parent bear all day and night, and couiuu I iliiuii then iiiMured that tho class is not nonr iiiiiiirv I'roes. I'rco possibly get away in time." Tho case into it, mid slops up with somo moro full nnd that nwessments can not exwas dismissed a few moments later nud myrrh the holo through which he had ceed "so much" lor each certificate Natural Hittory SluJies The Masher. Miss Plaintifl became Mrs. Defendant. introduced tho body, so that the inattiriiig, nnd that somo oi thoeoinj "Is ho a rare bird?" tho class have not paid up, olc, thus Tlio gjweies used to weight is tho same as before; he then 'J Ho is that. Mrs. Livermore calls attention to Etas Just Oponbd a FJno Stook of cnioula-tion- , rcilucing, ns jicrnn elaborate bo so plenty that every city had them carries tho wholo mass to tho temple tho fact that wowen don't go marching torch-ligh- t copy of which is prollered nnd by tlio score, but of lato years tho of tho bun in Jigynt. ouch is toe ac- and processions, around in "- - x Tho explained, tho "Brand start in life' ur has got in his work so count thoy cive of the phconix. sho says she has never Been them parato n pittance, and that pittance, con- woll that only about a dozou Mashers popular version is that, on arriving nt ding by daylight, clad in bits of ab sidering money paid in, tuuo and pa- ran now be found in tho wholo Uni- tho ngo of 500 years, tho phoenix breviatcd aprons, ornamented as to Consisting of built a funeral pile of wood nnd arotience consumed-- , hardly aimed. ted Ktntos." Ono by ono tho shoulders in what seemed exaggerKxruEi Notions. lighting it by the matic gums, and, This is tho trap set by tho pitiless thmr heads support"Ho has n sweet look." notions are ated our old and sharks who prey on tho poor, tho ig"Certainly;" ho has stood before tho fanning of its wings, was consumed to controverted. Dr. Tauuer's experi- ing au infinite nmount of "fuss and norant and tlio unwary. When our glass fur hours to prnctica on that nshoa, out of which nroso a new phoj padded coats over ence proved that a man almost starv- feathers," and their iiuurnnco laws were passed nud our look. When ho parts his hair in the nix. bosoms nearly bursting ed to death may eat ravenously with their swelling burrauot insuranco created, Me nrgu centre, wnxos his littlo mustache nnd Fasting in Acirri: Kiikiwatisu. safety; though tho previous idea was with ecstatic delight. If thero is anyo Livor-mormentof nllothors inducing tlioir ntlop takea hw dear littlo canofor a walk ou Dr. Wood, professor of chemistry that he should only be permitted to pie left in the cupboard, Mrs. -- Also, a Nico Lino of-tion, and tho incurring by tlio hlnto tho street, ho calculates that Bivcct is entitled to a slice. tho Medical Department of Bishop's como to n full diet slowly. It has of tho enormous burden ofcnxt its look will knock down every second in College, .Montreal, reports iu the Cun-ad- a been thought that animals or person s the other day a Hartford barOnly machinery put upon tho people, was, lady ho moots." Medical Record a number of cases when frozen, had better bo warmed ber who was called upon to shave the that tho public would, throtiyh its "His plumage is fine." which nctito articular rheumatism gradually, but n scries of very thor- face of a dead man, after applying tho in costly machinery, bo protected against "Oh, yes. The Masher ulwnys gels win cured by fasting, usually from ough experiments carriedou in Kuropo I am oponing daily a Full lino of tho Cost Goods in tho Markot.to bo lather aud slapping the blado oi his inst such swindles. Then it wits that tho host, because ho hints his tailor four to eight days. Iu no case was it with dogs has shown that of twent y razor on tho palm of his hand in tho sold at Bottom Fricos. Call and oxamino. tho people, nil ovor tho Slnto woro ..,,,1 l01. Voa his wnshwoiiinu to sine for necessary to fast moro than ten days. oxposed to a low temperature, which most approved fashion, began his groaning under mo minion oi outrage ,or monoy TIM W. HIGGINS, Salesman. Less positive results wero obtained in elovated, fourteen died; of twenty ani work; but a moment later, unable to that had been put upon them by tho 'Is ho n valuable- bird?" cases of chronic rheumatism. The pa- mals that were immediately brought forget his shop habits, halted, bowed Kentucky Mutual, tlio CJlubo nud tho "His carcass is valued nt from two tients were allowed to driuk freely of warm apartment,, eight died; of low over the luanimato form, aud iu Hope Mutual, more than 850,000 of to fivo cents per pound, nccordiug to cold water, or lemonade in moderato into a twenty nuimnls Hint wero immediately the dulcet tones which the Knights of Louis-villwhich went to pay costs in our the pricoof sonp.' quantities if they preferred. No med- placed in a warm bath, nouo died. the Strap know so well how to employ, Chnncory court, nud tho cry of "Then tho specios will soon become icines wero given. Dr. Wood says "Dr. Footo's Health Monthly. asked: "Does the razor hurt you, sir?" tho people to tlio Legislature for tho extinct?" that from the quick nud almost invaHartford Times. protection of tho heedless und tho ig"Yes; in n fow short years the riably good results obtained by simjilo William Booth, tho General of tho norant from tho greed of slmrks, who, Masher will bo known on earth no -Two littlo brothers engaged in play. abstiuenco from food in moro than for- Salvation Army iu Eualand, receives ou specious but falsa promisos beguil more. Tho Smithsonian Institute nnd "You are a liar," said John. ty cases in his own practice ho is in- and disburses, with absolute control, cd them into tho hands of tho heart two or three medical colleges will havo "You are auother," said Tom. clined to beliovo that rheumatism is, 8250,000 n year. He owns, or reuts less thieves who ran theso concerns. specimens preserved in nlcohol and "I called you one first." after nil, only n phaso of iudigestion, in his own name, 250 buildings used d Tho LegUlatiiro permitted itsolf to o skolctons ou exhibition, nnd old "I called you ono last." to bo cured by giving complete nnd for religious meetings, directs the work led in tho mntter by thosu who promismon will havo n dim recolleo continued rest to all the viscora. "My sons come hero," said the fathot 15,000 exhorters, nnd publishes a division to tion of having onco seen tho animals ed under u system of their paper, The War Cry, which circulates er, who overheard tho exchango of furnish tho regulator of such wildcat promenading tho earth. Detroit "Porter," said a passenger from 250,000 copies a mouth. IIo is well sentiment. "Come here to your concerns. Freo Press. ivioauy, on tho New York Central educated, very winniug as. a speaker, father and lot him compliment you, law was passed, tho bureau Tho Railroad, ns ho stopped into his sleepand arbitrary iu manage- for you will both beconio cmiuent in Tho injury dono by tho Freed man's , created, nnd now tho peoplo aro prac"call me at Lyons, sure. ment, nud, according to general opin-io- politics." Arkansaw Traveler. Hank is ngain illustrated by tho fact tically ns unprotected, except by tho "All right, sah." Late next mornnu honest zealot. y education thoso companies dispensed, that 8100,000 of the dividend rcceut-l- ing lie called to him, "Twenty minA man over 80 years old applied All declared in favor of depositors still utes from Btiflulo, sah." "Why didn't as thoy were before. Tho insurance bind n teacher to a class iu compo- - for a marriago license at Kingston, remains uncalled for. Hundreds of bureau is full of fat offices, tho law is you call mo nt Lyons?" "Lyons?" sition: ".uuko a ruymiug coupiei in- Ontario. Wheu asked tho name of Botworthless except for tho inciimbants, persons who risked their hard earn- 'Fore goodness tint's it. You did say cluding the words nose, toes, corn, tho woman whom ho was to wed, he Draws nnd the people aro fleeced just as thoy ings in this institution seem to havo Lions for suah, bois, an' I dono taught kettle, ear, twoaud boil." There was said that ho had not yet mado a choice, wero before, whenover ono is so igno- givon up all hopo of getting nny thing ober do whole circus, nn' I hopo to silcuco for ii littlo while, nnd then a but was looking around, aud did not rant ns to bite nt such n bait us slmrks out of it. Some, doubtless, nro dead, dio ef I could ketch onto any aiiimilo littlo boy held up his hand in token of wish any delay for formalities after No Does Not chooso to luro with. Parties uggriov-c- nud others have left no trnco of their higher dan Buffalo! I'll remembor success. "Read the couplet," said tho solecting one. Ho went away disappointed. are cooly told that tho law provides whereabouts. Tho lapsed deposits do cugo next time, boss." teacher, nnd tho boy read: no remedy, nnd good lawyers say so may help utter n timo to swell tho "A Lull la Hit ItrttU't wctlh two on jour uom. Au accordeon factory at Long Islamount restored to those stockholders "Ono word more," said a speaker, Anil iru on tin or U worlb two ou jour low,1 too, and so it goes. and, N. Y., was destroyed by firo a "nud I am dono." And the reporter foreign company dosiros to who call for their funds. If a good All Iowa judge refused a woman a few days ago. Tlio polico are looking found, when tho word was written do business hero but does not choose Mr. M. A. Whltclr, Toledo, Ohio, write: down, that It contained fifteen hundred divorce which sho wanted because her for tlio incendiary, it is supposed the to show its books ouco a year to our "After trying all ailvtrtUed medicine for husband kissed tho pretty servant. He people want to present him with a commissioner, and allow itsullairstobo nervous vrealneM anil early deoar, 1 pave syllables. That same speaker is tho said buo ought to bo thauktul that her valuablo Norristowu testimonial. fellow who often says "a single criticised for good or ill, thoro is plen- up in despair, ami reined uiyjcll to the and then talks for fifteen min- Iiu9baml had found a way to keep a Herald. neeniiiiKly inevitable premature crare. ty of law to tquoezo Itoutbythobtnto, Philadelphia Nows. servant girl. to hoar a druggist recommend utes. Detroit Freo Press. but tliwo wildcat catch pcimyoouccrns llipeniii For the first time sinco 1851 tho xNow Use Drown' Iron Hitters for dfizlnii.-)- , 1 bought is no law mrnelf a bottle. I am in out agreeably can go on and ou and thero Tho man who endeavored to ills postoflico department is Twenty years ngo it required fivo Louisvillo Sunday to stop them. to find inruir rwlored to perfect tons of coal to mnko a ton of iron cover iiemetual motion and failed. ing. Nut a dollar of the appropria health, strength, mid manhood. I feel mils. Now n ton of steel mils may somehow never thought of getting a tion ot over two millions nmuo uy News. . Bo TaOno, sure lliacuro is permanent, ret in future I A AValifo, FhT, man Is bat 2C years Intend to observe mure earefully the laws bo produced from the nro with half situation as ii newspaper reporter. It Cougress iu anticipation of an expect... Back. ed deficiency has yet been touched. ho had ho would have found it. that quantity of coal. old and Is thofathor often uhildrou. of health. bo-gio i.rth..Tt., . -- .(, ' mJiai ' I'r .!-- -- !. ,,. l'ool-ICill- e Toronto special to tho Chicago : Joseph Sayer, for an indecent assault at Oshnwa on a child nine years of age, received twenty-fivlashes with tho nt Central Prison today. Tho man who of the wielded tho cat is an British nrmy. At tho third stroke tho skin had become uniformly a deep crimson, as if blistered, nnd nfteMhe sixth the flesh commenced to quiver nnd undulato with each stroke. Kvery lash caused tho color to deepen until it turned to n sombre shade of purple. At tho eleventh stroke Say-cr- s sunk slightly, this being the only evidence that he was feeling pain. lie braced himself up during the twelfth stroke, but Nos. 13, 14 nnd 15 ngain caused him to sink. At the sixteenth stroke the nino times knotted nine whiplashes flew from tho stroke and n Wood now fresh cat was substituted. began to spurt out at intervals, and and last by the timo the twenty-fiftlasu was applied mo prisoner uuro uv idenco of tho instrument's cruel effect, f his back being a mass of almost blackened tlcsh, dotted with glistening drops of blood. Tho prisoner is a short, thick set, powerful nnd rauscu- lar vounc man. JSot a groan, nor a ;. . . " cry, not a sou mi oi any Kinu, escaped his Iip3 whilo ho was undergoing torture. Tli Ih New Mill, containing the latent and Tho latest craze is tho hat flirtation. Tho following is the code: Wearing tho hat squarely on tho head, I lovo you madly; tipping it over tho right ear, my littlo brother has tho measles; For manufacturing meal anil Hour, Ih now in Hill operation. pulling it over the eyes, you must not Wo will crlnil for customer, for tlio present, on Tuesday, lVcd-nesila- y, recognize me; wearing it on the back Thursday, Friday and Saturday of each week, and on of the head, tal tat taking oil nnd Cotirt-Dajand all other public days. Wo solicit a liberal share brushing it the wrong way, my heart of patronage and will endeavor to give entire sat Nfactloii. is busted; holding it out in the right baud, lend mo a quarter; leaving it with your uncle, I have becu to o Always on hand and for sale. Highest cash price paid for Corn, church fair; throwing it at a police- Wheal, Vc. Orders left at Mill promptly attended (o. man, I love your sister; using it as a fan, come and see my aunt; carrying a brick in it, your cruelty is killing me; kicking it up stairs, is tho old man around; kicking it down stairs, whero is your mother; kicking it across the street, I am engaged; hauging it on the right elbow, will call hanging it on the left elbow, am badly left; putting on tho ground and sitting Leavenworth on it, farewell forever. Times. In a breach of promise suit in Mon have bought out my brother, It. 11. Wcaren, tana, not long ago, tho plaintifl said and will continue the and uiuicnaKing that the defendant, having clearly understood the date fixed for tho wedding, business at the same stand, iu the St. Asaiih Hotel will keep a full stock of Furniture of cv- had failed to appear on that important building. HglirCS day. He afterwards had come to the CI'' (ICSCnpllOU illHl SCll CailllOl be bcat-hous- e, but she, being angry, had set en JJy st0ck Of CoiHllS aild GnskctS Will be COlliprC- H Information lor Toung Ladies. ihi From lh Comprises Everything that is New, bettcf Foreign "To Excel." Maker They will be cot toil mad In flrit-tlCutting ami Impairing null and prompt!; done, ml Hit motto Ii: maajB . MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY Flour, Me.il, Corn, Bran, Shipstuff, &c., FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING! K WBAREN, Ky. Main .Street, .Stanford, B. furniture I at that B thf..d," i.,6,.6"" E. P. OWSLEY BRAND NEW GOODS, GENTS' FUENISHING GOODS. CX1OTHS& horse-collar- s, Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, CARPETS.OIL TRUNKS v lit HA.S THE- gray-heade- GENU MUD Water Elevator. Water Insects; Fresh Water from TIJSaJMPBl clear-heade- u, Destroys d tom of Cistern; Tubing and Has Freeze. m m Foulest Cisterns Mado Pure by This Elevator. OVER ONE HUNDRED in self-sustai- in This County. mir-pr- Try and If Not Satisfied. ItrWill ken elect their whole ticket next Monday. The Democrats, so far, have mads very Utile organization and have yet scarcely ceased quarreling among themselves. It la now time for them to go to work If they don't want lo meet defeat. What say you, Dem ocrats 7 Shall wo turn this county over to August 1,1882 Tuesday Morning the Republicans, or shall we go to work and beat them 7 It Is a fact that when we EDITOR W, P. WALTON. do roll up our sleeves and go Into the fight for all there is In in, we never fall to win. We can win next Monday; we can elect In characterizing tho opposition every man on our ticket by a good majority. In ticket for county ofliccs, ns wo did Then fall Into line boys; victory Is ready our lait iwue, as tho "Hilly Miller to alight on our banner If we will only Ticket," we wroto advisedly. That hoist It to the breeze. We have a good Miller has been mainly instrumental clean ticket. Every man on ft is a gentle man, and a true Democrat. Here aro their in inducing Judgo Ljtlo to becorao n names : County Judge, J. F.Wallln; Colin Cor.. Sears and John II. Gninc, home Institution and under home conttol. candidate, if, indeed ho has not been Our neighboring town, Ijndon, is en- ty Clerk, R. S Martin; County Attorney, Covington Commonwealth, tho tole cause of it, is n fact that can who did some very poor shooting in joying n decided "boom" just now. It ts, N. 1). As. Sheriff, W. II. 1)0 almost demonstrated. It is well IiOuisvillo recently, havo had their the Mr. Orte Lebus Informs us that, if all and will be for several months, the termi- sessor, Wilmol;Owens; Jiiler, J.Smith; L. Joplin W. M. land in Harrison county was sold, it known that ho has been suflering un examining trials and wero required to wouldn't pay tho tax on the whisky in nus of the railroad. The travel to Rock- That is the winning ticket, gentlemen, if der ft senso of a certain kind of dis- givo a bond of $500 each to appear nt bond in this county. If the new regula- castle Springs which is now considerable every man will do his duly. Close up appointment for months and that ho tho September Circuit Court. Tho tion requiring I'ietlllera to furnish bonds- all goes that way, Tho hotels aro crowded ranks now, and let's mako things lively priuntil Monday's run-se- t men who own real estate to the full amount lo their utmost capacity, and several has been working and Ulking, nnd bonds wero promptly given. vate houses are full of strangers. of tho bond signed is carried out, none ot nnd walking up nnd down tho CASEY COUNTY. riding Mr. J, 11. Otter, MsJ. John S. Cooper Tiik Hartford Herald says that n distiller" can build a fire this Fall, as county and using his utmost endeav- thief entered tho sleeping apartment our Libert. and T. T. Wallace were a fishing party their bonds will soar Into millions. We are late learning il; but at the who cast their lines tn Roundstono last ors, night and day, to bring out op- of two of its printers and stolo $55 Democrat. the Grand position to tho democratic nominees from them. This is certainly a joko The contract for the labor within the week. They caught few fish, missed the last term of our Circuit Court train on their return and were compelled Jury found 85 indictments, the largest not for county ofliccs. Thil be who ever heard of two printers walls of the penitentiary has been awarded to walk home. A good rain which the number foitud at any court for a number Win-to- r. to Mess. Mason, Shanahan ACo. for $18,000 made a secret of, nor in any way dis- having that much money 7 year for the unexpired term of Jones A crops needed gavcthcmathoroughroaktng, of years. per guised, but ho has openly and repeatthey aro not happy. Married, on the 2fllh, f. T. Rlggins lo Co.'s contract, or until August, 1834. This and yet, strange to say, NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. edly made his threats that tho nomiLocal option has been a positive fact Miss Nancy King; on the 27th, Kev. Jon is $7,000 per year teas than the amount There are ten candidates for Congress contracted for by Jones & Co., and after for the past two weeks. Mr. M. O. Miller athan 8tanly was married lo MIm Lucie nees should bo defeated. It is known before that, Rector, one of the most beautiful and ar conventions In the Ninth district. that about a month ago wards abandoned, and $3,000 per year more closed his bar room some time Moore soon followed suit. The complished young ladies In this county Two military companies are being than the bid offered by Gen.II.fi, Lyon, and Tom or caucuses of tho republican party do not keep liquors, and there ts Mr. Stanley Is fortunate to be so happily In Winchester. of Eddyville. When it ts remembered that druggists were held at Stanford, nt which ho Tho River and Harbor Appropriation the law requires between 650 and 050 con- not at this writings drop for rale in town married. Sole & Low-Cu- t was present nnd participating, and bill has not yet been vetoed, but the will probably How freely enough about Thomas Saunders, who was shot du victs to be kept within the prison wall, and It bringing out a that tho subject of la that it will be. day, but after that, if the saloons ring the fight here last Monday week, Is only obligates the contractor, in addition election Shoes ticket was fully discussed, and that ISowman, the murderer of Marshal are not opened again, we will probably be some better at tho time of this writing. It to the bid offered, to feed, clothe and fur is still a mystery as lo who tt was that shot cither lrorn a fuiluro of argument as Lane, at Augusta, Ky., has been pent to the nish medicines for tho prisoners, it doubt rid of the nuisance for awhile. Low-C- ut Mr. Dood Owens, tele- him. We suppose of course that some AixnoENT. Shoes & to tho propriety of making a contest, Covington jail to prevent his being lynch- less becomes a matter ol surprise that a ed. graph operator at tunrel, number nine, body knows, but they don't care to tell. men whom they greater sum is not bid for the labor, the or failure to induce J. D. Swirli hung himself in his toin Laurel county, on the Knoxvllle exten There has been no body arresteil yet, and Cost selected, to run, or from both these bacco barn near Mt. Sterling, Ky,, but hit accepted bid being about $30 for each con sion, while walking through the tunnel last we suppose there will not be. vict per year. tho project was wife and causes combined, cut him down beGen. Frank Wolford and Cspt. Carr, Friday, was struck on the head by a falling abandoned. It is known that there fore death ensued. rock, and received serious injuries. He the candidates for Congnss In this the PRESS OPINIONS. The Indianapolis A St. Louis Railroad was removed home the next day and his eleventh district, spoke here last Wrdnes was a serious difference of opinion Prize fighters guarantee to knock men was sold Friday, to the Cleveland, Columwounds dressed. His hurts are not con dsy evening to a large and patient audi' the leaders as to the expedienamong in four rounds. Double teams trot in bus, Cincinnati and Indianapolis Railroad out sidered dangerous. Ills place at the tun ence, Carr spoke first. Gen. Wolford In s trot tn 2.13. We 2:101. cy of nominating any candidates; and Company, for $1,39(3.000. net has been supplied by his brother, Jo traduced htm in these words: "Gentle N. Y. Sun. wonders. it is also known that several persons, The President has approved the act live in an age of men and friends : I now talo great pleas' seph Owens. Judge Lytic among them, who were appropriating 100,000 for Mrs. Lucretia which was only lire in Introducing to you my distinguish' The school-hous- e President Arthuris credited with the designated and solicited to run, re- Garfield, leu any amount paid President declaration that no threats of compulsion partly built last year, is now being com eI friend and competitor, Capt. L.arr, a must be ned by Hubbell's committee in pleted. It is a very neat buildinc and man of eloquence and power." They fused to do bo. Efforts were mado to Garfield on account of salary. Miss Aliatia Allen, of Montgomery, the collections of campaign funds from sufficiently pretentious for Mt, Vernon. siole ono hour and fifteen minutes each get different persons to run forjudge, Alabama, is the "moat beautiful young lahalf hour esch to reply employes. Mr. Arthur is rather From the present outlook, it will scarcely and then took for Clerk nnd for Jailer, and perhaps dy in the United States," so Oicar Wilde Federal late In the day expressing an opinion on he used this yetr, however. Tho public Carr is not as good a speaker as we have other offices, all of which at that time says. Don't forget the address. the subject. If the payments are now to money is inadequate to secure a good heard he wis. His speech would I have no to Close; Mrs. Mary Sparks, who was some time be entirely voluntary, why does not Mr. teacher, and the people obstinately refuse doubt made a different Impression had failed, and the matter was dropped, but as it was, It as we have good reason to believe, by since indicted at Indianapolis for homo. Hubbell call off his collectors and let who to supplement tho general fund by n local Wolford been tax or private subscription. In tho mean sounded list and exactly like it was com all tho leaders of tho party and by stealing, was found guilty and ordered to will walk up ind settle? Courier-Journthe Reformatory for two years. time the boys are wasting the golden hours ing from a man that expected to be badly ces. every body else except Miller. At Milwaukee, Friday, the ten mile The additional school tax which thepeO' in idleness ami mischief. The foolishness beaten. He waa not cheered a single time, But about ten days ago Mr. W. O. running race, change each mile, between pie of Kentucky are asked to vote on at of suflering this condition ot thing to ex The crowd waa so quiet that it seemed Bradley was brought into the ring, Mi Williams and Miss Burke, for a purse the approaching August election is exclu- 1st will probably become apparent to heads more like bing at a funeral than a polltl Wolford had his head and brought in as we almost know, of $1,000, was won by Miss Williams by a sively for the colored people. It is only of families when it will be too late to rem cat speaking. two cents on the one hundred dollars, vnd edy. combed, his clothes brushed, his shoes by W. II. Miller, for tho purpose of half a length. Time, 1:43, 11. Frank Bigelow, Recording Your correspondent took a ride last blacked, a alean shirt, stanJing collar and Teller should be voted without a murmur. The urging the republicans to run a tick of the National Bank of the Republic. negroes are among us and will remain. It week over the new railroad to London. The black silk tie on and waa looking much sec et. New caucuses were held at which Washington, who is short $25,000 in his is to the interest of the white rare as well road bed is remarkable for its smoothness, better than we ever saw him before. When Bradley and Miller appeared and the accounts, and ran off to Canada, has sur- as the black man that the latter should be and reminds you, in this respect, very he arose to speak he received cheer alter subject was reopened, and the result rendered himself to the authorities. educated. The better the negroes are edu much of the Cincinnati Southern. A large cheer and during the whole of his time was that Lytlo was announced as a Wholesale trade is getting into a state oated the better and more intelligent citi force of section mm are constantly engag his winning eloquence brought forth many s condition. Much long and loud cheers from his old soldiers activity, and merchants zens they make. It i only just and right ed nutting it in candidate for Judge and renewed ef- of 825.00 SUITS AT 813.00 g friends. He successfully forts were mado and are still being look forward to a booming fall, when the that the additional school tax should be credit for building this road so well is cer and 20.00 SUITS AT 10.00 big crops have been secured, and money voted. Richmond Register. tainly due Cant. T. II. MoMicbael, the refuted every argument that Carr made made to get out a full ticket. We are begins Principal Engineer. A harder oountry and literally ruined him on the Tariff to circulate swiftly in the country. 18.00 SUITS AT 15.00 satisfied that but for Bradley's interHon. C. U. McElroy, of Warren, has than that along the Big and Little Rock A boy named Robert Gastineau, aged question. We honestly believe that after ference no opposition to any of our IG years, while coupling cars at Lexington, withdrawn from the Congressional contest castle Rivers and Hazel Batch, througl a few more such meetings as the one here 13.50 laoo nomiuees would have been offered; fell between them, two care passing over in tho Third disliict in order that he which to build a railroad can scarcely be last Wednesday, that Carr will gire it up, 15.00 SUITS AT 12.50 that his stomach, cutting the body in two and might put an end to party dimensions in found In the State, yet Capt. McMichael come off the track and refuse to act any and we are equally satisfied that county. The district is an exceeding' haa overcome all obstacles securing an easy longer In the capacity of a cat's-pafor 12.50 SUITS AT 10.00 Bradley would not havo interfered strewing the entrails along the track for a ly close one, aud he preferred to sacrifice grade and an elegant road-beThe bridge his party. They went from here to Catnp- but for tho tearful solicitation of Mil- short distance, 8.00 his own ambition rather than strengthen masonry is the very best, the cuts are well 10.00 SUITS AT Pullman and Hamilton,' two circus bellsville to fill an appointment on Thurs ler. Whether consciously or uncon- proprietors, fell out at Georgetown, and the enemy by a family fight over the nom- sloped, and the tunnels, when completed, day. Gen. Wolford was riding the fine 7.50 9.00 SUITS AT sciously, it is plain to see that Brad wanted to shoot each other. They had ination. No man ever came out of so ma- will be models of beauty and safety. Capt. horse that was presented to him at Coluin COO 8.00 SUITS AT leydiaa been in this affair tho tool and better shoot their circus first, and then ny political contests with hands cleaner McMichael can not fall to make a big rep bia on (he 22nd, He is a good traveler than Clarence McKlroy's. He scorns the utatiou on this road and he dcerves it, for ca't'fPpaw of Miller. bang each other through their gizzards. and one of the finest geldings that we have 5.50 7.00 SUITS AT tricks, the bargains and sales resorted to besides being a ' railroad man, he seen In a long time. The General is justly So, you are indebt- Bourbon News. by ninety-nin- e out of every hundred office- - Is a gentleman, every inch of him. 1.00 AT 5.00 SUITS On August 31, 18G5, the National proud of him. ed to your present County Attorney seekers, and this is not the first time that About People. Miss Mollie Burdett, debt was $78.25 per capita of our populahe has accepted defeat rather than adopt who has been visiting relatives here, left OLD ROCKCASTLE TO THE FRONT. and his distinguished assistant, the tion. It is now $31.72 per capita. The republican candidate tor Congress, for annual interest charge on the National questionable means to secure success. Even yesterday for Boyle county. Miss Mag Reaching out for the rich, the poor, the nil the excitement and strife and de- debt in 1SC5 was $1 29 per capita. It now in politics honesty is the best policy, and gie Wells, of Marion county, is visiting at lame, the blind and the halt. Come one, though he may have to wait for reward, Mr. Colby Hays'. Mr. James Cook haa come all to her healing waters. The pro 8G.00 SHOES AT 85,00 moralization and trouble that may is $1 00 per capita. he Is quite a young man and can aflord to returned from school at Mitchell, Ind. Mr. pnetors desire to state that from now A trainof twenty cara of tea and silk 5.00 SHOES AT 1.00 grow out of a heated political contest, wait. W.I'. Otter and family, of Louisville, are rmtil the 1st of October they have reduced which it was the earnest wish of the left San Francisco on tho evening of July 1.00 SHOES AT 3.25 12, and arrived at Kansas City at 2 A. M Not a few Congressmen have made an visiting Mr. J. II. Otter. Miss Ida Ad the board to one dollar per day, so that all citizens generally, irrespective of paron the 19th, making the run from Sac individual solution of the question how ams is visiting in Garrard county. Miss may have an opportunity lo drink of her 3.00 SHOES AT 2.50 ty, to avoid. Wo say what wo know Francisco to Kansas City in six days and long the seasion shall last for them by mov- Mattie Williams is visiting friends in Lon- healing waters. We here also made arM. Weter and family went rangements with the L. ft N. Railroad and 2.50 SHOES AT 2.00 when we affirm that there was a gen- .six hours. This time is believed to be un- ing and carrying a personal adjournment don, Mr. W. to Rockcastle Springs yesterday. Misses the C. S. R. R. to sell excursion tickets for feeling of satisfaction with regard precedented. eral to their own homes. This is an uncomThe watermelon Iridic haa been unus- fortable season to spend In Washington, on Ella Joplin and Cleo. Williams have re- round trip at a price that all can afford. to the democratic nominees' and a genof the hottest and hardest legislature of the turned from a visit to Laurel county. Mrs. We Hatter ourselves that the place Is in eral disposition to acquiesce iu their ually large this season, 300 melons having passed through Nashville year; but Congress wasted midwinter, when Breck Graves, of Livingeton, spent Sun- better running order than it was ever Tho democratic candidates election. LADIES' SHOES AT 83.00 via the Nashville, Chattanooga and St. it should have worked. Every time that day here. Mrs. Nannie Haile and family, known, always supplied with fish, vegeta- 83.50 are well known to tho people person- Louis railway aince the 1st Inst. Each car the diminished attendance brings business of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, are visiting bles in grest abundance from their own 3.00 LADIES SHOES AT 2.50 ally, and four of them the Judge, load of melons was worth SI, 000, so that to a standstill for want of a quorum, injus- Mrs. Ann Terrill. Mr. Geo. O. Doll, a garden, and milk and butter of their own 2.50 LADIES' SHOES AT 2.00 Clerk, Sheriff and Jailer have been the Income to the producers was $300,000. tice is done to the members who stick to popular Louisville drummer, was here production. We hoe all who are disposis officially announced that 4,015. their places. It might be well to revise the Sunday. Mlr-- Lou. McKee, who haa been ed will come at once. It officially tried and their fidelity and 2.00 LADIES' SHOES AT 1.50 Rot'Kt'jlSTi.i: HritlNoH Co. quite sick Is better. Mr. W. B. Harrison. efficiency fully tested, nnd we feel safe shares of Cincinnati, New Orleans and Tex- laws regarding the compensation of memCol. W.O. Stock were fraudulent- bers so as to make absence through a day's W.S. Knott, of Lebanon, and A Vexed Clergyman. in saying that there is not one of them as Pacific Railway ly Issued by Geo. E. Doughty, the deceas- session, from any cause except prolonged Bradley, of Lancaster, were at Pins Hill, Eren the patience of Job vouM become exwho has proven faithless or incompelast week, on professional business. ed Secretary of the company. The estate sickness, punishable by docking of pay. hausted were lie a preacher anil endeavoring lo The Democrats of Rockcastle county Interest Ms audience while they wsra keeping uji 82.25 LADIES'SLIITEItS AT81.05 tent. Indeed, nobody pretends that of Mr Doughty is sufficient to make good This would diminish the application ol the these gentlemen are not worthy and the holders of the unauthorized certifi- pairing process, by which two Congressmen Bhould be, if they are not, thoroughly an Incessant toughing, making It luipoailbl lor lilui to lo heard. Yet, how very easy ran all this 2.00 LADIES'SLIITEllS AT 1.50 fit for the places they seek. It fol- cates. of opposite parties avoid their duty; and It aroused as to the political situation. The be avoided by simply using !r King's New Dis Barbed wire fences have been built would also be realized by a practical expe- Republicjns are confident of electing their covery for Oouiuni lion, Coughsand Colds, Trial 1.75 LADIES'SLIPl'EUS AT 1.35 lows, therefore, that we aro to endure entire county ticket next Monday and llottlea glien away at I'enuy A McAlltler'a Drug all tho annoyances and all the nuis- along the entire line of the Nashville, rience that the prolonging of a session into they intend to exert every energy to ac Store. l.SOLADIES'SLIPFEIlS AT 1.25 Chattanooga and St. Louis railway. It does not lessen the responil. t campaign simply to haa already paid fur itself in protecting the dog days ances of a complish such a result. From the very Now York Sun. bilitiea of attendance. 1.25 LADIES'SLIPl'EUS AT 1.00 beginning of the campaign they have been gratify the foolish whim of a the road from cattle, which bad to be paid A country demands that active. Their candidates have been longer man and to render an imagin for when killed. It also saves the road field than ours, and they are count' ury service to a candidate for Congress. from destructive wrecks on account of Mr. John D. White shall be conspicuous in the Congress by reason ol Ing on a clear sweep. They will claim iu the trains running over cattle. We think so far as Mr. Bradley is Buccessois to Daugberty 4 Holmes, 81.00 STRAW HATS AT 83.50 Sixteen steamship of the regular his absence only. He retired after his Stuart's election as a Republioan victory, concerned, that ho will realize n very first term for the reason, as he himself de- for it is an open secret that the Republilines have been chartered by NTAM'OKW, - - KENTUCKY, litrlit dividend on this enterprise. The 3.00 STKAW HATS AT 2 75 the British Government to take troops to clared, that he might cultivate sense can leaders are us earnest In supporting MAMuriCTUaars or citizens of Liucolu county deem Egypt. These vessels are able lo accom- enouirh to be a ConKressiuan. From lack him as they are in aiding thu rest of the 2.00 STRAW HATS AT 1.50 themselves fully competent to attend modate 17,900 soldiers, and they are paid of capital, or because of poor cultivation, ticket. In the meantime, the Democrats been caviling among themselves, no 1.60 STRAW HATS AT 1.00 to their own local atlairs without his at the rate of $15.00 a month, the British he has made no progress toward a consum- have mation so devoutly to ho wished, aud the two men pulling together until things have .75 1.00 STRAW HATS AT assistance. They will regard his in- Government paying the necessary expenses young man must be given auuther chance. at times been so mixed, no way out of the officers and crew. terference as a piece of impertinence, except salaries of .75 STRAW HATS AT .50 Something over 7,000 bills have been It is the prevailing opinion that Matt. eonfusion was visible. Mr. Reppert, the which they will feel justified in resentintroduced in the House this session and Adams is the man to jump Johnny from a Democratic nominto fur County Attorney, ing at the proper tiino In a way that over 2,r00 in the Seuate, besides GOO reso- position ho can not fill and in- - which he was taken off the ticket upon the prouilse ho will feel it aud recollect it. As to lutions. As about 1,000 copies of each can only rattle around to the anuoyanse of of Stuart (according to the statement of J. Mr. M. for whom we havo none but bill and joint resolution have been print- all sensible men. A turfmen would say, II. Otter and J. W Brown), that he he has gono a (Stuart) would support the Democratic the kiudoit personal feeliugs, wo con ed, the Job of Government printing he has gone lame; in fact It gait from the very ticket. As soon as Mr. Reppert was off, s amounts to 10.000,000 impressions aider it our duty to tuy that his presstart In public affairs, and there's no rem- Mr. Stuart denied having made the prom, of which is absolute trash. ent course, iu viow of tho relation edy but to send hlui to grass for another ise and has been ever since hob nobbing with the Republican leaders. Under the heretofore existing between him aud A Washington special Bars: "It is season. Matt. Adams Is the man to knock the ilemocratic party, to say nothing thought by well informed persons that the down the fences and turn the cranky colt circumstances, Democrats can, of course, of the honors aud profit received by annual revenue of the country will be from into the back pasture. We don't Intend to have nothing to do with him, Mr. N, D. Wilmot, as true a Democrat a ever him at the hands of the party, Is cal- $80,000,000 to $100,000,000 less than It Intermeddle with other jieople'a business ALL KINDS. has been, which, added to Increased appro this Is everybody's business but we do breathed, is Mr. Kluart's opponent, and WAGONS OF culated to excite tho ustonishiuent aud priatlons, will reduce the Secretary's abili- hope that Mr. Kendall's patriotism will ought to be cordially and unanimously Wa lainufarluro L'srrlsiies of sit descriptions. the ludiguation which it is exciting in a workmen and using ty to call In the Threes very rapidly, even lead him to step aside while little Matt. supported by all good Democrats. But, as employing uuly material, and sell at reasonable the breast of every democrat who If he were so inclined. Hence the opular goes for that galoot In a way lint he'll de- wis said, the Republicans are full of con- only tint-da& CO. figure .trie, workususblpaud material eonsld-lefidence, wide awake, and determined to li knows him. lAl)(lll.KTV fc JIYJIE. spise. f Courier. Journal. ity of this bond. GTj.2T3roiarf -- icy. TiiErtu is ono State, and only one, that takes no part in the Treasury raid of tho River and Harbor bill. This remarkable exception is Nevada. A hunt among lis mountains failed to discover a single bit of water for which a national improvement could Imj devised, West Virginia might have been in nearly as great straits had not it been discovered that tho banks of somo streams were encumbered with brushwood, and so appropriations wero made for lopping off protruding branches which impede canoo navigation. MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT Business failures for last week, 111, a alight reduction over. the week before. Sam. M. turdett. Editor. I A burglar entered kbe KousAof Mr?l There, Is very little thought of, or ITeMWamrt. rtf A,1aIiVvn.kl v IrVaMitr,! tliltl talked about here now than the election. tatter's skull with a club while ho was It will lake place next Monday, and after asleep, and then stole his pockst bonk,whlch that, minor matters can be attended to. contained a small amount of money. The Circuit Court will convene here for lis wife of Hesscamp, who was awakened by second Monday but regular Summer term the tho burglar, fired several shots at him, in this month. Next Friday Is llie Issl did not succeed In hitting him. Hcsacamp day suits can be filed and the Indications will hardly recover. subscription hooka of the new now are that we will have a light docket. Tho Work on the Kentucky Central R. It. race track nt South Covington will he opened to morrow at tho office of Cleary In this county has commenced. A force A Hamilton. About $100,000 will 1 of hands are on Rnundstone quarrying bridges. No Ies than six spent in making and improving the rock for the regrounds, which will be large enough to ac- bridges and as many tunnels will be quired between Maid's milt and commodate 20,000 people. It is to be a 4 rnorKwuo.ui.. T.W.TARNON. WAM.ACK.VAnrOJf. SUMMER UTANKOIU), KY. Oltlc In Owsley A don's new building ATTOIINMVm T. W. A W B. VAHNON, A 'J' TjA.'XV. up stairs. LANCAsrnn, kv. Matter tVmmlsaloner sn.l County Atlornsy. Will prartlreln all ths (hurts of (larrard and adjoining counties ami In lbs Court of Appeals, 11.6. KAUFPMAN, A'H'OHNMV ATI' CLOTHING A-'t'- KY. this and adjoining counties and In the (Sturt of Appeals, fine. In Owsley A don's new building up stairs. A.l"rOllNJJV HTANMIKD, TUOHAB 1 tII,Ii,Jlt., A-'- J..A.AV, WlllpraellrnlntbaOourt M AI.KX. ANDHItHON, AM'TOltrVlSV .Al' T.A.-V- , ACTUAL COST! IIANVIM.K, KY., Will prattle In tlioOuurlaof Boylaaod adjoining counties and In the Ouurt of Appralst UltUKTV, KY. Will practice In all IhsOwrtiof Ca.sy and a.l- Joining rnunlles, and In lbs Oourt of Appaala. Mperlai attention (Ivan to eolleellons. (Hoc oier It. T risnVs store. TiVAV, ATTOIINJJY n mAiimmrsKYtiixTr, A-'- MAHTRHSON l'KYTON, Cyn-thia- Many of tho Weights Sit. J. O. OAlll'ENTEIt, KENTUCKY Office hours hs Arc Henry Enough For Extreme Office ot sr Ilokt, H. Ly tie's store. from 8 to IK and 7 to 9 r. X. J. J. WILHON, t MI'JN'I'IM'JL'. BTANI'Oltl), KY. (inica and ItcsldciH, Upper Main HI, HUltlM'.ON DJ1NTIMT, KY. HTANFOIIH, Ofllea Would aid Main Klrost, two doors above lb.Mf.ra Hotel. Pur Nitrous (lil.ls (las adulnlsUrsd when required. I.BB Y. llUFl'MAN, Men's Single It. and Ladies Slip pers at to Reduce of each month, from flrst Uondaf. Ilcnlal rooms in hi Asaph Hotel, oier Mea,'i.Ur A llilgbt's. He sign ) AllAncs.ter two weeksof each month rout third Munday Itntal rooms In Msaon Houm. !rolln) I'ur nitrous olid gas admlnlilered when ntccMary llf SWmE ijwvihv. Will U la Manford two O. MOHUAN, II. I). H. weeks Stock. FOR SALE! tn Hoini.r. scnooi, dkhkhi 4nulrathrUllaa Of tne mint siproTed pattern, manufactured by A. II. Andrews, Chicago, la gnol order and cheap, 'Tis Early to Commence a Reduction for Fall Space, but our Stock is ii:siKAiti,i:ivitin Ifetlrlngtng Weal I off,rto sell hit llttl farui of too snd odd acres, well and abundant of stuck w.l.r, and In a ofeultliatkn, lying Iwronllately on lb Htanlerd and Ijiscsil.r. 3 miles Iron, Hlanloid and S miles from Uineatter, and )f of a mile from (llltwrt t'rtek J. H. II I! I. A I', luaillle, Ky. Church, HuiUinrllle, or t; Large, anil it Requires Hence Time the Slaughtering Pri kteen high slat turnpike Iniimssd twaullful Himir.tti'oiut. t. trt. lllllrtaCrrk,Ky. Lincoln County Farm for Sale! Th li.lrsol Jmwph Kceltod.r at sal, his farm of 14 ACItKrl lying I mil North oflMa User, and near tho Oirtird count lln. Th sand It fertile and In good repair Thirty-Oacre In splendid titular, oak, walnut, aih Ae., and all lograw racepl nine aerea, which Is now wheal stubhta. This farm ran l oouctit lew ao-- l en eat call on !atd Nxjtl, Irruta. Toe lull parlii-ulars- . anlhafarm, oraddnnahlmal (lllbsrl's Creek 1. M-- st O. LlncBla Uoit, Kentucky Road the following dif Stanford Female College. ferences in prices and .STAM'OHI, KY. our earnestness: With a Full Corps Thlalnttllutkn on th of Teachers, loo A first-clas- never-dyin- will open lla Thirteenth Me l MnuJa In ptrmtr licit ALt. TUB UIUNCHW OK surra at THOnOUGHENGUSHCOURSE Ar taught, aa wall aa MUBIC. TUB LAN0UAOE8, D1IAW-INAND 1'AINTINO. O TERMS MODERATE. In Tuition, price ranee from IM lo 150 In th regular IHpartiarflt. rrlmar, IM, Intermedials DO; t'reparalojy, tiO, and Udleglat, 90. For full particulars, aa to Hoard, Ac, addrett MKM. N. V. TKUi:ilr.AKT. Stanford, Lincoln Co., Kj first-clas- s fellow-citizen- l'rlurlel. Notice I.J.J of Incorporation. at Courier-Journa- l. Newland, W. I'. King, John Anderson, rlllaa Anderson, Win. M. Laeke, N. U Utter, J. II. rarwnaand W H. Spuonamorohav aacl led Ibemaelrts ami Leeoiu an locorporaled coiu ny under th corporal, nam Nlnnfnrd mill lr." h principal plar of transacting lb nmsof thtrenipsny will beat Stsnford, Ky. 1 t'frnrtiervllle Turnpike "Tlir Cniupii. butU car-loa- J. Tbsgciicial nature of lb business of Ihscoui-n- y will I, lb eeiutrucllen, operation and main tenane of a macadamised or grarel lurnplk road from a point wllhtn S ml lot of tSLnlorJ to Pleach criTllle, Ky a. Th amount of capital atock la to b not leu thin 11,000 nor mois than fl0,0U0, to b dltlded Into share of f IS, toti ptld In luttalluieuta of SO percent,, thcBrtt tobopill AuguttSI, 1851, snd the retldu eicry SOdss Iberetller. t. Th corporation la tocouimtnr July 30, 188?, and continue for fitly years from that date. 8, Tlianatrt of lb corporation ar lo be conducted by flrdlreetora ton elected by tbeibsre-ImSders- of llioorairallon Th Art! alecllon of In directors Is lo U held st lb Court-Hom- e. Stanford, Jul31, ISM, and Ihcreafler th directors ar to I auuually elected on the Oral balurday In July of each year. 0 Thacorpura Hon can subject Itself lo no Indebtedness beyond Its assets. 7. Private properly la lo bs ettiupt Iron, corpoSt rate debts. MT. Yt'UXOX IIULUTISEXI.ATK. red-ho- diiap-poiute- d g Daugherty&Hyde X. . M'UiMOT of Is a candidal for th olllr of County Attorn llockcaatlo at August Motion, IWi. Forty-eight- II. It a candidal N. MARTIN lbs KockciltU County iV.lI.T-I- trans-Atlant- i: Court, August tleetlon, lUi. for Clerk ot JAMI.N Is a eandldal P. Fine Carriages, Buggies, lor Cuuulr August election, IMS. Juditof Ilockraslle. at w.,h. oivi:nn lUxkatll. (Xiuutr, August election, U82. Is an Independent candidal for Aasewor of nine-tent- Courier-Journa- AND Boys' and Youths' Clothing', Shoes PHAETONS, and Hats in Same nasi m. JiiutmrrT, ATTORN EY AT LAW, Mt. Vornon, Ky. Will pracltc his profession In Itockcaall and adjoining counties and In th Court of Appeal. (Special alteullou glreu to collections. Proportion. YAitiWTY N'roiti; MT.VUUNON, 3CY J. E. VOWELS' I llrst-elas- d. BRUCE, WARREN Agency of South-Ban- d Obllled Plowi, Avery's Oast and Steel Flows, Backova Reapers & Mowors.SweepaUkes Threshers, Mitchell Tarm Wagons, New Home Sewing Machines, Taylor's Elastic Bed Springs. 3. Scint-Mtfltl- n $nltrior$oiirnnl ICY. 1, FiutiT J A in of all kind t at II nice, War- LAND. STOCK AND CROP. ren A Co.V. ST.lT3rOIir), Tuesday Morning, WllltB rounterpane at Hold 8 I.ytleV 1882 at reduced prleea and -- August JtMT received a new line of buggy wagon harness. W. T. Green. LAN. " " IOCAL TIME LAID. Boulb Passenger Irtlni North .3dr.ii a to a. m. Mn. John M. MoIIoiiRnn I building another room to hi Milage on Main street. Mil. II. Kt Weaiifn will commence lay. Ilia founiUlton of the new Seminary llii LOCAL NOTICES. Huy Paint, of Penny A McAHsler. Kr.r.vrN rbUNM Sugar far $1 at MoAl-latA lirlglil'n. Halt, LI mo and Cement constantly on hand a A. Owsley's. Nkw stock of Jewelry anil Hllrtrwaro it I'.nny A MoA I liter's. Fruit Jaiis In any style and at your price at MeAlistr r A ItrichU. Ciiifin Mi i.i J". Horglmm Mill ami for sale, by A. Osrsley. Lovr.iw of flood Tea will find the best In tlio city at Penny A MoAIUler'a. W'ATOltrw, Clocks and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAllstcr. Want'Ii. Country liaoon. highest market price In cash paid. MoAllslcr A Ilrlght. Ponr Alden Fruit Vinegar, best In tlie worlJ, for sale) only br MoAllnter A Ilrlglit. and You will find the bent cigar in town at Penny A McA lister's. J. II. A 8. II. Hiiank arc receiving and opening a nice, new lot of Zelgler rihof low cut. A run. line of California Canned flood, Including Apricot. (Irape, Pear. IVachr and Kgg Plum at McAllsler and llrigli.t'a. morning, Tiirvottng-plaefor thoe In thl pre- clnt Koulli of Main rtrtet will be at HI mnro' corner. e SquiiiK W. H a Cai0! I a candidate for one of the tnigistralc of Htanfnril prcclnet. Al.r. who are indebted to me for account Inn July lt, are urgently requested to call ami Mlttr. Itobt. ft. Lytle. ' PitOF. O. P. MooitB, of Crab Orchard, wa stricken with paralyst last Friday while attending the funeral of Mr. Dickinson. 1 Wr.aell a advertised and no mistake. Unfavorable weather ha given ua a surplu which we will almost give away. Illtucr, Waiihbn A Co. Chicken no Nrgsr than partridge aell at per doten at Pari. Mr. It. It. rtronaugh, ol Crab Orchard, lit 05 No, 1 breeding ewe for tale. A. T. Nunnelley bought of Shank Hpoonamore about 00 fatslissp al .1 cent. Gen. John 8. William ha aold hit Itst yetr'a tobacco crop, 1T hogsheads, al $2tperrwl. It wa of the White Hurley variety. Mr. Geo. D. Weare n gave in Ihe following price fur wheal last nlghli In New York, $1.13 HahImore,$l.l2;Rtnn. ford, 80 cent. Martin, Thomson A Co. have bought of Ilobert McConnell Vi extra mules for the early New Orleans mtrket Midway Clipper. at about $IC0. Commissioner Hownnn think the Kentucky wheal crop thl yeir will be lC,- 000,000 or 17,000,000 bushel against bushel in 1880, the largest pre vious crop raised. A. T. Carrllher, of firm of Ctrrlthcr A Heard, 8!elhyville, shipped yesterday to that placo about CO head of broko mule which he bought of various ptrtlea In this county at $90 to $200. A peculiar disease it killing the mule and horse In the vicinity of Adalrvllle, Ky. The animals, seemingly In a healthy condition, sometime drop dead before there ft INDUCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY - T Linens, Piques, Fans, Plaid Ginghams, &c. I also offer, at Very Low Prices, my stock of Jeans, Flannels and- Woolnes, which were bought early this year, at the close of "Winter sales, at 15 per Money saved is money made. Come and see cent, less than present value. ROBT. S. LYTLE. Respectfully, me. - 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 , We are informed thnt Col. A. M. Swope I any sign ofsiclncm. will speak here next Friday, At that I The Ohio Hoard of Agriculture estithe llnio when Ool. Tlioniu L. Jone la an- mate the wheat crop at 10( per tent., or nounced to speak, It I likely that Mr. .19,28.1,000 bushel against 37,531,000 bushKwoe Intend to answer him. el last year. Corn, 00 per cent., or PERSONAL bushel against 74,000,000 bushel Pi.rAKr. Xoticb. All cron indebteI Mil. I). Kl.AM hm returned freut Iou-Titl- e. to Halo A Nunneller, either by note or In 1831, and 105,500,000 bushel in 1880. Helow are the ruling price for proaccount will pleaw rotne forward and setCouT. W. Vaunon went to fault tle immediately. The business must be visions, Ac, in Stanford: Hacon shoulders, l'JJc; hams, 18c; side, 18c. Flour, $3 00 Tille yesterday. wound up. A. T. Nunuellcy. to $.1 GO; corn, $.5.00; meal, $1.25 per bushel; (larrard, win Mil. Aiioii.Wai.kkii, of oat, 85c.; coffee, I2J to 20c, molasses, 05c r. In town yesterday. Til meeting of the Central Kentucky Miller Association which waa to havo been held here yesterday, hit been postponed to Monday, August 1 Ith. On ac count of some misunderstanding aa to date, only n few of the miller who compose thia Association, were present, and they conclu ded It would be better to fix another day to as to have a full attendance. to 76c; dried apple, 8jc j ieache, per bushel; new Irish potatoea, 50c. butter, 20c ; cheese, 20c.; egg, 10c.; salt by 7 bushel bbl. $2. Tho. GolT told 72 lamb averaging 01 Mil. II. II.ToMUNMOSf, 4J fancaster, wai litre yesterday. of Mm Mattik Nunni-llky- , I fishing in town. i of Christian Mim IaunA county in with MIm Ilelleu Thurmond. Mil. W. K.Vahkom returned yelerday from a long business trip to the mountain. railroad conMil. M. V. Venam.1 tractor at llnel Patch, called to so us Friday. Mil, anii Mk. TnOMimiR Coorrrt, and Mr. Vm.K.VillIam,of HuslonTllle, were here yesterday. Mr. J a mix U ArrnlLtoK,of Kichmond, Va , arrived ytsterday to tnlt his daughter, Mr.JolinM. Phlllpi MimihHamia l'liNNir.nTOH, Panthea McKinney and Clara Helm hare gotten hack from Crab Orchard. Mat Jim Ki. IIruor In returned from Klehmond, whither the bad lten on a Ti.it to Mm. J. O. Dunn. MilW. K. Ciuuiiit", our Shelby City correspondent, ws hem yesterday to attend the Miller Association meeting. Miwi l.M.Ktt Wbahwi, who hi Iwen vitltingMlM Annio Wearm, ol KirLiTille, returned Friday, acosmpanlol by the latter. Mil, Tim Ilioflim, who ha leen In tb country rcoticrating after a pell of intermittent fercr, baa returned looking a Hoi-kin- 8c Tiir .Stanford A Prcaclxmille Turn- pike Company held a meeting yesterday and elected Joe J. Newlind President; Joe 8. Orlmrs, Hecrelary and Treasurer, and Joe J. Kewland, N. I). Lackey, John Anderson, W. P. bite and Tinsley Ppoona- more, Director. They will employ some experienced surveyor, (perhap Mr. 01 lie Wallace, of Oarrard,) and commence operation a soon aa possible. o? jpDjUi, at Crab Orchard, on Friday latt hrajt disease, It I thought, Mr. Dan Dickinson, at the age of about CO year. Mr. Dickinson wa born and raised at He wa a lawyer of prominence until about 2A year ago he lost hi mind and wt sent lu an atyliim, where he remained until a short time ago, when be wa brought to the home of hi daughter at Crab Orchard. He had a fall a week or two ago and broke lilt arm very badly, which may hava been partly the cause of Ida death. RELIGIOUS. Hev. Mr. Morrison will preach at the Methodist church at thia place next Hun- - wellaseier. LOCAL MATTERS. Nr.w fawns at Lytl Iuc Ciika'm '. by V. T. hi There ha been only one addition to the Christian church during the meeting I). Klai has just received a largo lot a daughter of Mr. Henry Iltughman. Preaching will be continued through IhU of hosiery. MissniKcwiierlKlipeH for "Scents at week. The devil put a ttyo on Mr. Harnea' ltobt. 8. I.ytle's. eye a few day ago. Tlio next time the Mil, Josnra lSisiior ha left at thin of devil get that close Mr. Harnea ought to fice a beet which measure 20 indie. Who to tickle him In the short ribi with a toy can Utt It? Hourhon News. pistol. The protracteA meeting al Logan' Titr. renublioin mountain was. laboring considerably yesterday, but didn't ereii Creek church it still in progress and will continue during the week at least. There bring forth a rooue. were no oonfeloni tip to latt night. Mr. Mim Ijei.i.k Jluaitm would be very Trlbble, of Madison, it twilling Mr. Noel to her if much obliged to tbone Indebted in the meeting. they would call and nettle. The Cmeinnati Qmertuil aay: A aeI). Klam also received a nice lino rie of religion meeting will be inauguraof I act, edging and dark colicoe which ho ted at Itidianopolis by the Rev. George O. lUrnc, the Mountain Kvangelitt of Ken will aell cheaper than any house in town. tucky, now preaching at Dayton, about the IiADtns, call and examine the light run latter part of August. ning New Home .Sewing Machine, thu best Several ministers in thu country, de SeverIn the world, for sale at Chenaull, sirous of a little notoriety, are preaching ance A Co'. . on the Kgyptlanwar and advancing the Pakmeim desiring to lay in their winter theory that the Kgyptiana of these dty of supply of coal would do well to eeo Ibo arc punished for the proprietor of Lincoln Mill. It will be Pharaoh to God' chosen people. perfection waa money In their potket. The doctrine of slnle discussed in the General Assembly of Ik the (Kjllca court jesleiday, Judge the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Hill fined Caleb Kout, Jr , KJ Johnaon and lately held at Huntaville, Ala. Some conMorgan Ilaughman $1 each for disorderly gregation of this denomination have gone conduct in Maxville Monday night. a faraa the Free Methodist in profession It wax reported yesterday that Mr. It, K. of perfect living. A revision committee Harrow would be a candidate for Jailer on advised that liberty of conscience lie allow the new ticket, but we are assured that ed on that subject, but by a large vote tho following wa. adopted: "The doctrine of there I no foundation for auch a rumor. sinless perfection ia not authorited by the IlHUi'K, Wahhkn A Co. are determined, Scriptures, and ia a dogma of dangerous even at a sacrifice, to reduce their stock of tendency." goods at will be teen by their advertisement If there he any meaning iu the talk of in thia issue. Head and profit thereby. Hrotber Harue at Dayton touching the Tilt Stanford nine ha accepted the chal- harlot Rahab, who wa "a real elect lady," in the opinion of the evangelist, It la that lenge from the Somersets, and have arrangs here; one the more ignorant a man is, the more aced to play two next Tuesday afternoon, and the other on ceptable he is to the Lord. Here Is what he says, phonographically and presumably Wednesday morning following. accurately reported i Harm A Dawku.v have fual received "Right atraight from tho twine's trough 15 Ions of Uke Ice, which they will sell in to the best robe suits the Loid bot, ilea small lot at J centt per pound. Person and all, stench and all, rag and all, povwanting large lot can get It on reasonable erty and all, and withal, Ignorance to cap the climax." term. They still sell manufactured ice at Of course, if It suits the Lord best that 1 cent jht ioiinih men should come to Him from the swine's Fkiuuvs It is not generally known that trough, covered with fleas and rags, and Mr. Geo. A. Benedict independent candi- a ignorant as a donkey, It doe not comdate lor constable In SUnford precinct in bat with the Lord's wiahea that men should oppoalton to Mr. A. T. Martin tlio regular be educated, and taught to bo neat and nominee of democratic party, voted In the cleanly in their personal habits. The dirtprimary election for Mr. Geo, W. Uobbitt ier the saint or the repentant tinner, tho w!io waa defeated by Mr. Martin for the more likely he to get "a good square nomination. The poll hooka will prove it. hug" from the Lord. It I not likely Hrotber lUrneswill find many respectable GHANV1M.K Jknkiks was brought here Christian people who believe with him. from Crab Orchard and tried for a breach Cleanliness is next to godliness, says Paul, of the peace, for which ho was given 25 and that ia the foundation of all civilizadavi in tall and fined $50. Ho was al tion and refinement. Cincinnati Com so tried for carrying concealed weapon for mercial, whTdbe 'wa fined $25 and sent to jail for The Uourlxm A'rutsays that five thresh, 10 5ayt".i.... Alexander Cooper, colored, was Hourfinal $50 for cutting a negro woman at lug machines were kept running Iu bon county all day last Suuday, Huttouvillo, which he paid. Fnriiar.iatcoat day. tlrten. at 1 1.75 perewt John Goode bought 15 hogs, averaging about 135 lb,, of Tho. Tutlle, at OJ centt John A. Judy purchased Monday of Tho. Wood 38 cattle averaging 1000 lb., Clark farmers at $187) cent per cwt. re harvesting the finest crop of oat known for ten year. The meadow are alo magRHudduth lit sold 100 acre nificent... corn to be averaged November 1st., in the field to W. D. Sutherland at $2 per barrel. Cltrk County Democrat. Stock hog are telling al 0 and 7 cent J. P. Simmons, of thia county, ha lint threshed out and old a field of forty acre of wheat, which yielded thirty-fou- r Col. J. KJlald- bushel to the acre win, of Mayaville, purchased of Measr. J. Stone Walker and W. W. Watt 15 head of mule at $100 (xr head; of W. J. Collin two aged mulea nt $200 per head; of H. P. Fox two aged mule at $225 per head; and of Gail White two aged Klehmond Regmule at $1G5 per head. ister. Probably the largest farmer in Kentucky, I Col. Richard Waters, of Oldham county, who cultivutea over four thousand acre of land in Oldham, Henry and Shelby count!; andaomoof hi neighbor have been estimating hi Income from thl reason' crop and figure out for him a clear profit of $50,000. Thi turn I finite a moderate estimate, a we learn that Dr. Standiford, who a year ago, give JS5.000 cash for the Kden farm of COO acre, eight mile from Louisville, ha sold thi season, hi crop of potatoes from G5 acre only, for $18,000; and it it fully expected that he will makeover $22,000 clear income thi year, which will be 25 per cent, dividend on hi invettment. No stock or bonds can pay tuch a profit a thi, and what I more, these farming land are the safest of all in vestments because they can not be destroy ed by fire, or mob violence, or even an Farmer Home Journal. earthquake lb., toSouttAKidd brated "Prima." Shoi continually by a bevy of admiring gentlemen who fully appreciate hermany accomplishments. May her stay be long extended, I Ihe prayer of all, Misa Murrell, of Louisville, I just blooming Into womanhood, with' charming person and dash of manner which insures for her a brilliant and easy walk over when Cupid's pranks are played, and guided by her stately mama, will doubtless be a belle wherever the goes. Mis Fergurson, of Louisville, I one ol Lord Hyron's beauties, that take the world by storm. He who would not liend hi knee at Reality's ahiine when in her presence, I, and should be termed a savage. Her awcetnes of temper, and accomplishment generally, are fully appreciated by all who meet her. Hut I must postpone my iersonal mention until another letter that is, if you don't get tired of Springs talk. In my next teller I wish to write you concerning a certain gentleman visitor here, whose name ere long, we, his many friend and admirers, hope to see upon of Congress. We wish to the prophesy as to the coming man from your midtt who, by proper tie;, bids fair to be two years hence, your Representative in Wcahington, and then our Governor. What say you? Will you bet I can't mention him? All right, I'll take a julep. roll-call so good in the LOUD to pay tit double wage In advance, at Frankfort, to enable n to bear more patiently, this Dayton rebuff. Hut it I lust likeHIM-alw- ay good and "mercy enduring forever." Three nt.n isgood sisters from Louisville came up last DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY & FANCY ARTICLES. Thursday to remain over the Sabbath. We f hyslclana' Prescriptions accurately compounded Pharmactutlcal Preparation a specialty. greatly. enjoy their society and sympathy, We are having delightful weather. The farmers have secured their crop In fine order, and the greatest abundance. Kvery body ought to he good, In sheer gratitude to the dear LORD for giving "fruitful seasons, filling our heart with food and ThoLARGrEST STOCK of WAT0HES.0L00KS, JEWELRY gladness." AND rJaTiVEKWAlti: AH well and happy In the LORD. Pay Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches, docks and for u that "utterance may he given to Jewelry Bepaired on short notice, and Warranted. preach the gospel boldly." Kver In Jeatj. Geo. O. Haknfs. PENNY PENNY & McALISTER McALISTER, & Ike Turner, colored, for the murder of Abe Ray In June, 1881, wa hanged at Lexington Friday, and went straight home to heaven of course. A man in this city wa off duty and out of cash. Hi wife gave him fifteen cts. and told him to bur himself a drink and bring home five cent worth of steak. Henderson (Ky.) Senlenel. Bucklen's Arnica Suite. Tliebest ssIts In the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chirped Ilsnili, Chllblslns, Corns, and til Skin Eruptions, and poslllrelr cures pltes. It la guaranteed to gits entire saturation or tnoner refunded, Price JJ cents per boa. for sale bj I'enny A McAIUter. J. H. MoALISTER. IT. C. BRIGHT. G-ROOBR- S, . 8t. Asaph Block, - - Stanford, Kentucky. Unr stock of Groceries and Family Supplies generally is always Fall and Fresh. We wonld call especial attention to onr line of Canned Goods, which is the Largest and Most Complete in the city, and prices to correspond with the times. We invite you to examine onr stock and prices before yon pnrohase. We pay the Highest Market Price, Cash or Trade, for all kinds of Conn-tr- y Produce. Don't forget the place Corner Store, St. Asaph Block. July, 30 BOYLE COUNTY. Danville. Miss Vivl Powers, of St. Louis, is the successor to Frank K. Smith, a operator. License for the marriage of John Row-se- y to Mary Harlow, waa issued by the County Clerk on the 2Sth ult. A hop la to bo given by the younj; men of Danville, on Tuesday night, and a Ger- Woman's True Friend. .J. A friend In need la a friend Indeed. This none can deoy, especially when assistance I rendered when one la sorelr afflicted with disease, more particularly those complaint and weaknesses so common to our female population. Erery woman should know that Electric Bitten are woman's true friend, snd will poaUIrely restore her to health, even when all other remedies fall. A JOHN 03E3CXJ3EI-03E3WIIOI.KHALE C cfc; AND KETAII. DEALEB8 IN OO.. ld la LETTER MOM CRAB ORCHARD SBRINGS. Hitter Interior Journal. The happy eventa at the Springs are numerous since my last letter to your paper, but shortness of time will prevent a long m match-game- 1 1 - discourse this lime. Among the events was one of great pleasure to all of the participants; I speak of the picnic given by Mrs. Gen. Robinson at the Dripping Spring, some four and a half miles off. The ride was jolly, the lunch was elegant, and the drinkables "bully." Mr. Robin-towas in her element, the General, as usual, was In one of hit happiest moods, the parly brilliant in wit and humor and driver of the beauty, and the 'hut a good one. About forty visitors enjoyed it, and soon they will call a meeting to return thanks In the shape of a aeries of resolutions, the tenor of which, you atay be sure, will be complimentary. There are now here about 300 visitor, and the ta w,'en U nJ ,"n,i"' there were 40. Kvery tiling works like and all are pleased and happy. Now sir, I know, or rather judge from your choice of companion through life, that you are fond of, and appreciate the beautiful. There are more pretty women hero now, both single and married, than I have ever seen at any ono summer resort anywhere, or at any time. Why lr, It I enough to set any old fogy, auch as Col. Hill and myself, wild. I have always made It a rule to speak to every pretty lady of my acquaintance, with a raised bat and a bending head, and now each morning aa I enter my head begin to bob Ihe breakfast-rooright and left, left and right, to the beauties aa I pa, until by the time I reach ray table my neck is sore and mind addled Col. illli takes it all in quietly but with, evident pleasure; does not, like your corespondent, become flurried, and sayt he has become used to that sort ol thing at home. Mrs. Hill and Mr. Welch are brilliaut representativei of your city, and the number of friends won to them can he counted by the score. Resides the charming ladies here, and menttoned iu my last, are many more of recent arrival, and atill they come. Miss Cora Jarvl. of Louisville, is as much admired for beautyof face, freeh, sparkling conversation and speaking eyes, as she Is for grace of motion and dath iu the ballroom. Look out boys. Miss Hanson I not only lovely to behold, but aa gifted in aong and sweetness of voice at many of our cele n four-bours- e man on Thursday night of thl week. Mis Coons, of Lexington, Is visiting Miss Jenning,ofCinc!n Mrs.McAlister. nail, Misses Salter and Quigley, of Louis ville, are visiting Mrs. Dr. Monroe. The Hoyle County Fair commences on Tuesday, and is to continue four days. A conflict occurs between the lime of holding our fair and the Mercer county fair, but aa no one on earth is to blame for the conflict, grief is useless. The ladies of the First Presbyterian church are to prepare each day during the fair,dinner for the Directora and their invited guests. These ladies are making additional preparation to those made by them last year, when they succeeded so well. Danville came near having a death from starvation Sunday morning. A poor unfortunate white woman, giving her name aa Laura Davis, came to town by the train Thursday or Friday; she was without money, and consequently without friends She was feeble from hunger, but says thai no one to whom she applied would give her anything to eat. She wan dered aimlessly about until Saturday evening, when she went into the building where i kept, and laid down on the the bare floor. She was found on Sunday morning almost dead; so near it in fact, that the town Marshal proposed sending for an undertaker to take her measure for a coffin. Dr. R. W. Dunlap, happening in, said she waa dying from starvation alone. ladies of Mr. Since then the W. W.fimlley'a family have been giving her such nourishment as she could take and she i now somewhat belter. She says the applied to several persons in authority for relief, but it was not granted. Chat-anooe kind-hearte- d single trial alwajs prates our assertion. They are pleasant to taste, and only cost Sfty cents a bottle. Sold by fenny A MeAlIster. NEW ADVEHTISEJIKSTS. rn-A TVfQ B.O Pennington haa two good, atrongteauiaandlanrenared to JL do all kinds of haiillug. He will work ono ot hla teama to aiowcrs II desired. Dive hlraajob. PIANOS AND OEGANS fr;;kfe, NO. 66 WEST FOURTH ST., CINCINNATI, O. Grand PIANOS, Square PIaSuS, and Upright PIANOS, Sheet Music, Books, and all Kinds of Musical llliVillO u.r.imiGHT la a candidate tor the office of Magistrate In the Stanford Precinct. We are authorized to announce In Rosewood, Satinwood, Mahogony, French Walnut and Ebonized Cases, in elegant designs to correspond with any style ot Furniture. Elegant Parlor Organs, Chanel Organs, Church Organs, beau- SQUIKE M. C. POKTMA1V A candidate for to the office of la Hie btsufold Precinct. Magta-Irate With ono Manual, with two Manuals and Pedals, containing the most tiful, powerful and useful combinations ever procured in reed Instruments. DECRETAL SALE OF llj Tlrtue ol a decree rendered at the Special June Term, 18&2, ot the Lincoln Circuit Court, In the action of W. O. Welch, Trustee, Ac, ra. I, Shelby, Jr., et al, the undersigned as Master Commissioner ofaald Court will, ou We invite tbe public attention to our large and well selected stock ol and our unequaled facilities for furnishing tho best class of instruments at low rates. We purchase for net cash in larger quantities than any other house in this city. The expense of our PIANO and ORGAN Department is far less than some houses doing exclusively a Piano and Organ trade. Wo havo reached lower prices than have been tendered by any dealers in this market, and guarantee all instruments as represented. We sell on easy monthly or quarterly payments, and any instrument taken on trial, not proving as represented, may Wo solicit correspondence with persons desirbe returned at our expense. ing to purchase, find take pleasUro in nnswerinc all inquiries. PIANOS and ORGANS, JOHN CHURCH & CO. THURSDAY, AUG. 10, '82, At 3 o'clock r. v.. on the premises, sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, the Crab Orcnard fprlnga Prort)r, to enforce the proilslona of deed of trust for the benefit ol certain creditors, executed br I. tihelbj, Jr., snd wife on the 2Clli day of April, 1831, t" W. (i. Welch, snd of record In the omct of tho Clerk of the Lincoln Cu Court. This property consists of 75 Acres of Shaded Lawi,oa which sre the Kamoss Epsom, Sulphur asd Chalybeate ttprlsas, of a en Hotel with lias, Water. Ac., or Cottages, Matiles, Ac., all affording accommodation The place haa been a popular Bum. for COO guests nier resort fur orer 60 Tears, and Is situated In Lincoln county, Kt., W0 feet sbofe the Ohio Taller, on the KnoXTllle Brancbof the LoutsTllle AKash-Tlll- e It 11 , and haa direct and rapid communication with all the principal cities and towns of Kentucky, Tennessee, Louisiana, Mrglnla and nhln At earn time and place will be aold In bulk all the peraonslly on the place confeyed to the Trustee by the deed of truit aforesaid, eoosistlog of umiii-baseFurniture, Handles;, Lists, Tame-warWsgoni, Ac, excepting such aa haa been purchased (or the season ot 1SS2, which will be aold separately The aalea will lie made without reserie and will afford an unprecedented opportunity for Inreat-tue- nt or speculation. Possession will be glreu on the 15th of September, 1681, or sooner If the season ends before that date. The artlm. Iiowevcr, Mill In no wlo nUVc-t- . curlnll or I liter- - GEO. D. WEAREN, STANFORD, LANCASTER and HUST0NVILLE, DEALER IN Grain, Wool, sssMsaajaMf Orchard Grass and '.'I Jjltii Ji'usn other Seeds, 0RO." Dayton, Ohio, July 30th, 1832. "PRAISE THE iJfar Interior' "i 'rV - uu ctmin iX m ia,paMh " " clock-wor- All quiet on the Miami. Too quiet for comfort. Jutt a few lines to report the unchanged situation. It is not correct to say, aa one paper reported, "Bro. Harnea is losing bis grip on the Dayton people." for he has never had them near enough to get a good grip on them. The mischief is that the preachers took such a solid stand against the meeting that the church going population stood aloof; and the "masses" considering it a 6ght among christians with which they had nothing to do, also staid away. Between these two devil's "stools" we "came to the ground." The "few chosen" have been lienefited, of course, and we have no warmer friends on eartli than the handful of devoted christians who hare so nobly stood by us. The LORD bless them for it. In unlooked for ways, the dear LORD supplies dally wants. Lawrenceburg sent us $30 last week; and that Richmond is dear Nath writes about to send in a donation of $100 or more, the gift of a few friends there. I think two days will decide whether we shall remain or go on to Indianapollt. I shall not stir without plain leading from the LORD. Forty-thre- e for soul and 78 for body sum up the confessions to date, 33 daya of faithful work to get them. That Is not like Kentucky, but we are "content with our wages." The LORD Is "preparing the way" and making the "paths straight," I feel sure, and we would be poor soldiers if we could not do a little drilling now and then, without a light and victory every day. Ho don't any of you be cast down about us, for we are not In that fix ourselves and don't Intend to be, by the LORD'S sweet grace. The papers havo both dropped us as "dead beats," and one of them has become the vehicle- of almost continuous attacks of a very vicious character, to which, of course, I make no reply. I don't deny that I am getting hungry for an ingathering of precious soul. I know these will come in due time. It waa to-d- fare teilli tbe urcaeut miccesaflll iiea hoii miller llic uiniinseiiieiit of Oen. J. TkllMtf Credit orfi and 12 months for both realty and lwrsoualty Honda required with good Personal seiurity, bearing 0 percent, from day of a lieu sale and basing tne cueel ol ludgmenu. also retained. Permission gtren purchaaera to pay orTbondjat ny tliue before maturity. If desired. W. O. WELCH, Mas. Comer. L. C. C July V., 1832. r. Houliison. IF I jA. DFtl I HOC -- SFKIlO sxr Jl. I I Gc I o 3nt i i s.- - DESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE. I offer for aale my bouse, on the college order, with 6 rooms snd a porch snd about 8 acrea of land attached, Immediately on the Stanford & Huston-Tlll- e pike, Just aboee the Woolen Mills. On ssld land there sre aome 70 selected trull trees now tMirlmr. never hlllue water and TileneT oT It. all snd a good stone spring-hous- e. necessary John S. Muryby barlog Hied here S or 6 years, saya he neTer lived at a more pleassnt place anywuere. tt. is. Ktanford, Ky (ft- - m sti,ii., MADISON COUNTY Fair Association WILL HOLD TIIEIIl NEXT ANNUAL AT ltICHMO.Nl, KY , UN MEOT-1N-(1 TUESDAY, AUG. 8, AND CONTINUE S DAYS. TWO SPLENDID TllOTTIKU KACES Each Day Our tlio Heat Hair-Mll- o Track In tlio State. LAKHK AND LIIIKHAIi MltiMIUMS For Cattle, Sheep, Hops, 1'owls, Mules, Jacks and JcnucU, BUGGIES ltcHpcrri, Ncli'IUuderH, GrulH , Jii-UImcar-loa- -- A.3ST3D aitmur-N- , Corii-lMantcr- CAREIAGES, h, Hhj-IChUc- Harness and Saddle Horses. GulltiHtont, IlarrewM, Ihk NhcIiIiivn CorH-Slicller- Nullty IMohh, llHy-PrcHMV- MrHW-Cuttor- hhiI TbrcHH- - EukIhcsj, And other Implements and Macbinery, We buy exclusively from Manufacturers, 8peclal tralut ech day from Dau,llle Junction largest disoount and lots, and for cash, in atfcli M. Leaves blanfvrdII St t31, Lancaster, direct, rates of freight. d Our motto is consequently obtain tbe Beuonable Frioer Qoods at o'clock; returning t "lint-clas- s lowest 7iW, errltlugat Itkbmoudst C)W r. u., alter Fair la o'er.reaiblog Lancaster it tbe Best is always tbe Cheapest." Respectfully, Hlsnford, TilO and Daufille Juutllon 7.0. flood box alalia and Iwddlug furnished horses Staufoid, Ey. GEO. D. entered In regular trots Freat. For Information or catalogues sddreu J. D. Harris. Tree., or . ClItXKX A WIIXIAMN, WITlII'slIN, W. CI W. K. LKTC'll l.K. Hecr.. Uanagsra Huitouillle Ihtl Manager Lsatutsr Depot. Ulcbuond, Ky. I. WEAKEN, y. i well-know- The firo burned low in tho grato un A Noble RerengeEril Not the Best War to Tht Street Bf and B. riimtcii ninroTiiRT, Tho author of tho. song, dcra coaling of Bray ashes. JIOUNJU Cincinnati, New Orleans TKTIft)ilirr,W)IITII - 1UT. J. H. Piwa, 1 J TIm?HipaI Hv ami tlr "M I.'ilmnrn tu- - m -- A. i G?'h.- . Elovcnl Now sho dW notpauaot-lor. 8rMlmT.r. fdar mornlrif and nlthl. -& Texas Pacific 8Tiroitn 8TaT-Pray.r MrttlnpTlntrnlaj nlaliH. Huml.jtkhool listen to tho silver music, ' miscrablo pine coHn.'. 'Neuflowcri on rilchnoltftlonlM Id till Chicnco finliett- a. h. J. A, Mma, HitivrlnlMidrnt. Tha t00 L'ooUteps camo along tho sidowalk, tho top; no lining of whlto satin from for that ho nnd his composer wrro LANCASTER, Wmnan'a MhwlMtar HacltlT mcoti herd on tho 1.1 KENTUCKY Railway. Burxlai- Inrarhmivnlh, at o'elork. Mr. T. T. turned cau- tho pnlo brow: no stnooili rihlon drunk when they wroto tho words and Tnosday Morning - - August 1, 1882 up tho steps; a latch-keDatlm, I'rMHrtlt. tiously in tho door. Sho neither about tho coarso shroud. Tho brown ninsio of that none, as has licca charg I I'MlorTHfrJiiM joii.v imuiiNs, l'ltoriiiKToii. TIIIMIBJ T I A. 33 BAPTIST.-U- ar J. M. Ilatiri, heard nor stirred. In tho hall, Dick hair was laid decently hack, hut thcro ed. Neither of them was drunk. Fourth Hundtja, morning and IMf. InfflXt IVarfr Milln if.rj Wrdniwlay nlfht. MCICSJVERCOAT. wns nu primncu cap Willi no ooncaill Bennett was nt his place of business paused, a curious smilo on his lips. HuthUy Hflinnl at a. m. It, K. Harrow CINCINNATI " HOlTTHIlUN 111 VISION. A riRST - CLASS HOTEL tho chili. 'Ihe sullcrcrof cruel pov- when Wobstcr, who wns of n nervous MrlnttthlMil ltv.l.tf.' D.iIIpI ; Dnn'tiittin. for "Dolly's asleep, stiro as fatal iiV Xi Tii nillUHtlAN -- Wnnhlpt. .... v . . ' ..t no nonio nil imc. r Inn tnnr..lnn erty smiled In her sleep; sho had fmind nnd scusitivo nature and easily suscep- InTy ptrllwhr, Thepalrnniuaol Ihe rS. ITo divested himself of hat and HTATIONH. III. mo. l niHTti rjj and Thlr lord'a ilati. flundar Bchool Ill-l- f A.M. P.. P.M. on Flmijonrana I rrr.f rnnf ,r i,r. J. W. l,t tible to depression, camo in in ono of tolltltt-l-, ami MtlsFicllen (iiarinlml. overcoat, and humming n popular bread, rest nnd iicnltli. And linntlionio Dick Everett, I.Tfc Clrttlnrtatl ... "I want to seo my mother, " sohlied his moliuichnly moods. "What's tho find overcontcil, bent to kiss air, turned tho handlo of tho parlor IH III al 1:15. Jm. N.manrr, Kuhrrlnl.ndtnl Ill I MM 10 1 JIIBHIIYTKIIIAN, MlllTll. ItarT f.S. MaW-11 M " iTOrwtn I a poor littlo child, as the undertaker matter now?" asked Bennett. "It's his pretty littlo wife. door. 1 10 II II M rnr. MHlnf. Hwndar rVhnnl at V). John W. lIRtn. " MthoLiTlllo 118 VII If 14 Itout, huprrlntMKl.nl. Union I'rarrr M.ttlnfon Imscrewed down tho top. no matter." ho answered, "it will bo 'Musi you really go, DickT" "And lliten wlill I tell you of tht la oa " llljl. llrMfd II 41 WmliiaHay nlMa. "You cannot; got out of the way boy; all right by and by." Tho idea of tho "Goodness I Dolly, whnt's tho lOMItttT ln,lllf ploringly. lit aim l !!!! " jHtulln atjr W II M wny don t so mo ono tnko tho liratr hymn camo to mo liko a flash," says I really go?" ho repealed. matter?" "Musi " kulHMUft 60 IM Main St., Nlaiifonl, Ky. li " INdni "Only let mo seo ono mintito!" cried Bennett, "and I replied: "Tho Sweet IIA A.M. IM MKXOr lli;SIM'.SS.MII imNOMlSTN His song camo to an untimoly end "What a dreiidliilly solemn faco I ' IUrlfllK.1 lfl M 7IW f Vcs, you ridiciiloui darling, I really as ho caught sight of the sobbing, tho helpless orphan, clutching tho sido By nml By!" Why would that not ' fprlna; Olty 49 . . Bt mmi'i.ii ukah- o aaftjam shaking littlo figuro on tho hearth- of thocliaiity box, as he gazed upon niako n good hymn?" "Mnybo it JOHN DINWIDpiE,PRO'R. Arr rinUafioga must." a.W. I'.M P.I. tho coffin, agonized tears streaming would," he said indifferently. Turn-tT" persistently. rug. "Why '" ... law, I.ti--, CtHitunntta- I tho desk Bennett then wroto tho He took ono strido toward her, but down cheeks on which no childish bloom "Oli, hecauso of nn an engageft OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 ' eprw m ... . atwar ' lets wmnci.r JiirnK.t. nr lMk..l. mitirn r ami runup nwnoxr. Tatna, ment I I can not break, dear,' n at tho sound of his voico sho had over lingered. 01 it was painful to thrco verses of tho hymn. "In tho " I Bin l mriwtito... 1141... IN riHiMn A.iif. tn " MHnrrwt sprung to her feet with crimson checks hear him cry tho words, "Only once; meantime, two friends, N. If. Cars-wel- l trifle guiltily. . JliMtkll-air.....DAY. let mo seo mother, only once. nnd H. K. Bright, had como in," BOARD, 82.00 and dangerously flashing eyeJ! tali a aaa "With whom ?" IfenttW .. .. til 1443 III PIMlMailKIl IIY TIIK llllAUHTIIKirr CO., llhjh ItffclM... Quickly nnd brutally tho heartless says Bennett. "I handed tho hymn "Stand ofT, sir I Don't dare to "Good gracious I what an inqtiisi in ie IM iu Commercial nf,MI. IM llao.HWAT, Nrw York. NMrtluMtn . iw IM IU monster struck tho boy nwny, so that to Mr. Welntcr. As ho read it his Special Accommodation to tivo littlo mortal it is, to bo sure I touch mo!" 4M iMilnflnn . . ... Travelers. " CtMnrttAwn im "? am TWaM, tn,00 Pmr fa .lifranaa, heaven I Dolly " in dir- ho reeled with tho Wow. For n mo oyes kindled and his wholo demeanor pretty head with "Great Don't troublo your Arr. Glnttnnall -... T40 H kt MJtf Vtfaye. ment tho boy stood panting with grief changed Stepping to tho desk ho busincsj engagements; and onco more, est bewilderment. Baggage Transferred Freo of Chargo A1.A1IAMA 0KK4.T MltUHHIlN. A.. si.Tii.ii copjiu, TK.y cmr& writing tho notes in a moment. And oh, I say, "Don't Dolly mo 1" facing him like aim ntgu ins uiuo oyos uisiciiucti, ma my pet, good-by- . QhUanm HIIX RR Dolly," turning back and putting a a (iiminutivo tigress "don t dare lips8prangapart,firo glistened through l'rcsoutly ho requested Ins violin, and Ilbavo recently takon chargo of this house !... Allalla " IfM irRriMKN mruti rilrATMlH. aRKT rRRK ON if- " lllnnlBftliaui.,.. his eyes as ho raised his littlo arm with played tho melody. In a few mosie furry head insido tho door; "if you're tol" and intend to have " TWIM ISO At a fltunetal and ramni.relal new.iier, Ilia a most uuchildish laugh and screamed: ments more ho had tho notes for tho accommodations. Arr. M.rUILn.- - ...... Dolly I" in search of a job, I just wish youd 1000 foremaat laHpwflaf pRiMtaKRt'a I. In m epraa Don t mention my narao sosoon af "When I'm a man, I'll bo revenged four parts of tho chorus jotted down. I noticed a Mrrl.lUn mend my other overcoat. n. Il.iwtltraleanl tm ttaal wrtiea ta kalni i " TlMtaHMM . l.ankrpt-ekti Imlnitrlal rafetea; II. weeklyStaiea CaHada ami I think it was not over thirty minutes big tear on it for tho first time to- ter hers this 'Edith,' to whom you for that?" " lllmiltiflrani lllM liirHtml the 1'alle.l al " A Italia There was n coffin nnd n heap of from the time I took my pen to writo night, coming up on tho cars it's an are'Dicfe, darling 1'" IK the eaaoMitr. afaaMlamil MaMllllea are alalia Air. ritatUnwga-- .. ! CM) watlh Iba wbeiiclafi pftra. Mm aynee. of ...! earth between the mother and the poor tho words liefore tho two gentlemen "Dolly" ugly tear. Will you ?" rrM leant duaalaaa raaMIIHla en eaeenlhajlr VICKHHUmi AMI MIEIIIIIIAN. oliiahie lealwre. A. iua.au irt.1 lraa..l.x. In "Can you find no other word with forsaken child a monument much hefuro mentioned, myself nnd Mr. And to his rather disconnected " 7. !. Ihe wMer aeaae, ara eamlaa an be Mara an. I ware MMlan II " Frl... iMHlweird " a auibxleal speech Mrs. Dick nodded, and smiled which to defend or vindicate yourself stronger than granito built in tho boy's Webster, wero singing tho hymn, in I ha lnfaHlHVi III tafltaluail In llatwtRRin'aMate,af tha ftrai lmnrl-aM- t STANFORD. KY. " llrandnn H 4 41 a bright acquiescence. except the repetition ot my name? Heart the memory of tho heartless the same form in which it nftcrward " J.ilm halh to lawlneera antl Mbhlla men M Arr. Vlatwtf. deed. nppenrcd. Whilo singing it, Mr. It. The door slammed behind Dick, this last with unnatural calmness. IM iti aai mvittoN ihr Taat.K ami was crowed to suf It. Crosby, nown resident of Rich- E. II. BURNSIDE, - Propr. l.va. VhtattMra.. Tho court-hous- o The t cm pern t tiro had wafted around and sho glanced around tho cozy, " Ja.tn.rn . ... III Tiiani i.iiiu't thr i mun ititk ann f toN ana i. mrmtni nr irir'.airn focation. mond, III., camo in, nnd after listenfrom tho torrid to the frigid zone. homelike room. " Xraixlon. BRilKiiaRRi " ir ra iiik urn R or "Does any ono appear ns this man's ing nwhile, with tears in his eyes, ut Thi8 Old and Woll - Known Air. Frr.t "If;pnly Dick had not been oblig"Havo you gone mad ?" slowly. tin ri'RUl ITKIN Mrihtl.ii..,. IM Hotol Still Maintains its tered tho prediction: 'That hymn is ed to go out and such a cold night have, find the cause there 1" counsel? asked tho judgo. "It I YirKHIIUIHI, MllllKVKIMItr ANI PACIFIC High Roputatiou, 1 think, There was n silence when ho had fin' immort.nl. too!" Scornfully she flung him tho crumit was sung in Lis. j .. , Vai AND ished uutil, with lips tightly pressed to public shortly aftor, for within two The gas burned brightly; tho cheery pled sheet. i ... Ilian .! Ilu Proprietor is ... I 116 fire in the grate was a bed of gulden He snntched it eagerly nnd read ev- gcthcr, a look of strnuge intelligence weeks nlmost cvory child on tho Its Shall bo SecondDetermined that Arr, llHn. to no Country it I.Tf. Mnrn - coals; the French clock on tho mantle ery word. Theu ho lifted a faco of, if blended with haughty reservo upon street wns singing it." It was transH m IU " IW4a.r I 10 Hotel in tho Stnto in its Fare, Toward tho Arr. VlfkHrhj. ticked musically. possible, more intense, utter bewilder- his handsome features, n young man lated into several languages nnd "sung no Appointments, or AttenDo overed table, on which lay a pile ment than before. stepped forwnrd with n firm tread .and in every land under tho sun." . Mao. On. Ki JOHN 841ITT. V. P. ahd tion to Comfort of H'r,Clnlnnatl,hI; H P WltON, O. K. a. their Quests. of unopened magazines, looked two "Whero did you get this, Dolly ?" kindly eye to plead for tho friendless troit Frco l'ross. P. A. 1n. Hw. lt'T, UfMinaMtt, U.i II. IXII.I, IIIIAN, (I. P. A. A. (I. H Iff, C.alian wistful bluo eyes. But tho bride ot ono. ji.T.nn "There I" lie was a stranger, but at tho One Legged. naiicaif xlll h.fOBifif.l loud Mm tkdpt J. IIAllDT, (I P. A. V. A M. K'y, Vl.V.lm,., bronze-browsix months shook her dainty "There!" in the blankest astonish- first sentence there was silence. The . airtiiTiitaf. oi rntrr. i. r. A. v., m. , r Mr. A'. F. Hill, who lost n leg nt irrr fommrrrlal ftptnai arrommoaalKa. be lo sum.,il joi; j U. H'y, le Trattlrrn. Tli liar will head with a resoluto determi- ment. splendor of his genius entranced con Antictam, gives tho following list of ir. alnajt .applied with Ike cholrt.t ?1a1V- nation; and tho rosy lips repeated the She pointed dramatically to the viuced. af, braid oH.lqiara and (lori. questions which are asked him over CONDENSED TIME. The man who could not find a friend and again, until ho says they hackneyed formula, "Duty first, pleas tumbled overcoat. are was acquitted. ure after." "There I" stereotyped on heart nnd brain : CENTRAL KY. FAIR "May God bless you, sir; I can not!" So, accordingly, tho littlo white He glanced from tho note to tho "Did you loao yotirlimli in battlo?" LIIISIIUE hands laboriously lugged and hauled coat, from the coat to the note, back he exclaimed. Will be arid at llaailllr, on Dick's big overcoat into tho room, again to Dolly. "I want no thanks," replied tho "Whata battlo?' ball tako it off?" "Did common u.vii.iu).ii mxi:. turned it over and commenced their She was longiug desperately to stranger. AUGUST 1, 2, 3 AN!) 1. "Did it knock it cloar oHT' believe you aro unknown wifely occupation. She smiled softly steady her voice and still her heart "I I I feel much pain ?" "Did you TUAINfUiOINII MUtTII. to herself, for her thoughts werepleas-an- t sufficiently to ask him how he liked to me." rrfmlam l.ltt I.arai and I.I Ural. "Who amputated it?" F.a IlltOW.VS UtON IIITTiniS nro Miaru I, imw Huu "Sir, I will refresh your memory. ones, as she sat and sewed; a Gerster, just to exhibit a piece of Kxrariton Tralasrrom (.'rergrtonn aid Horn- n certain ruru for all !lcncti "Did it hurt?" l.ra. ltlrhinontl I no a m pretty picture in the parlor's stinging sarcasm; but she could not, Twenty years ago this day you struck rarely raet on d,3daid Ithdap, WtdaMdar, Thar., M rrfulrliit; n crtiiilrto tonic "Could you wear a wooden leg ?" . I to littlo boy awuy from a broken-hearteT 10 firelitglow the childish figure in tho to save her life. " l.ltlBcitun Intrr-lulttc" "How docs a person feel with his day aid Friday, frab UrcbarJ- IVvrm, 'Wnnt il' A))clltr, soft, dark dress and snowy muslin There was a blank silenco a mo- his dead mother's coffin, I was that leg oil?" etc. Milfbj Wolr. t'rotl'a Oltbratrd Ilaid of Hianlonl w iM Ixihh ol" KlrciiKth, Iu k if llncriry, ' CIwIUt City uprou, the busy hands flying briskly ment, then Dick walked over and boy." All theso questions and many oth- Lrilagton, ' lUlnlllJuMHn... " flc i:urlcli("i tlio tiliMHl.dlitniut IThe man turned livid. through their task. picked up tho overcoat. to m " Kor CataloraM addrr . MltrhMmrt gcutlo-mnu- . ers ho feels that he must, as a J.I. nitin'i:, leal llio imikclcK. anil kIoi new ' l4bafMn..,Mw..H ..., it im will be my 'birthday, Hark! what was that? Not a "Havo you re3cured mo, then to Srrrrlarjr. IIU) in the nerve. " Now Harm Aiim llkn a U I II M answer politely, even if they take my life?" Arr lhatHHi JttMllWn and Dick has forgotten it, I know. laugh, 8 u rely ? ii it 10 utinriu on tlio illm'stjio oruans asked every day of his life. And ' ClMinnall Junlln.. 1 " ! havo a sweeter rovengo. I are this soldier had some pleasant ex- STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, will bo when I tell him "No I How sorry he Tho maddest, merYes, a laugh ' lAUhtlll rriiKiiliiK nil lj"i(,iitlc HjiniitoiiiM, yet Hticll tlH lAallni Hip IImmI, ISrllliln, I" riest, wildest peal that ever rang from have saved tho lifeofa man whoso bru- periences which must havo compensa TKA1N) (K)I.S(l tOUTII. KY., HxU In llic Kliiiiuii'li, lleuriliiirii, tal conduct has rankled in my broast ted him somewhat for his nflliction. And she broke merrily into "Comin human lips. do. Tlio only Inm Mi"aril I. Vft Ka. Thro the Itye," tho dainty French There on tho hearth rug stood Dick, for the last twenty years. Go, theu, 0, &, WINE, "In New York, at tho door of my Hint will not lilacl.cii tlio tcrtli nr tt&F conceit on the low marble mantle sil- the coat fallen loosely on the floor, his and remember tho tears of a friendless hotel, I met," ho says, "a solitary I.to. lAuUrllt. lionilnelie. Hold liy nil Dmik-l(Ut- n Mam DKALKalN child." I.t. hunfrd..... ver ly struck ten. iatpn tiio nt $1.00 n iMillle. hands on both hips, and laughing bootblack, who greeted mo with, " Crabl)rtbard IM The man bowed his head in shame, Black'em ?'" She paused smilingly, with needle well, ho was. Arr. Utlaotan ... MMiamfita( mtowv riii:Micii ro. I.T., ljw.itfr. IJM " and went from tho presenco of magnaII.lItll1H.lt , Mil. suspended, to hear tho mad, merry "Dick!" in faltering amazement. " 'All right!' said I, ns I placed my Arr. ltlchatmhl. T.LItli, At. I6" , , .,. r. - tu i iw in.. to him as it was in Marble Work , waltz that tinkled out from tho little , "Yes 1" howled Dick. "Oh, Dolly, nimity, as croud r ...i . . foot on his box. Ho had soon polish of all kind, OEWAREOF bronze Cupids. its the best joke of tho season. comprehensible. PULLMAN TALACE CAnS neatly iirfli-Ied tho boot sufficiently, but was still and Her task finished, she turned the Oh-An Hailstone. d brushing nwny, when 1 said, ar- - ToMr4l., Uttln IU... MWI, MMltwnMy. coat over to see if it needed other reAud then he was roaring like a ciraa.1 Nrw Orfnn. JfiMrvW caused Considerable excitement was There, tlint will do. What do v;an jioan. in Kmljr.nt. InTrina bar llirlrclwtrwndwoiMlM pairs, nnd, as she did so, a small cus mad schoolboy again. in our city last Tuesday evening by the you charge ?' " .la M.Mplil.nr Nw , ou apilli- - quicker bI ralraia lowrr OtlaaM.by Tlnio murU b v7W1MfciLnt-Jr any other tb.H square Bheet of creamy paper fluttered "Dick toll me I" "Tho dirty, ragged littlo fellow announcement that a hailstone weighruuir. III. alMth Uon. from an inside pocket and fell upon Then, seeing her white anxious ing eighty pounds bad fallen six miles looked up earnestly in my face, and face, he grew suddenly grave. the crimson carpet. QUICKEST, CHEAPEST AND BEST West of Salina, near the railroad said, She bent forward nnd picked it up, "Dolly, did you look at the envel track. An inquiry into tho matter " 'Oh, I wont chargo you nny llniilrtoallwitiU InMlMKMrl, Kaamw, IlllnuU, luwa, N.l.rk, Cttlorada. Aikanni with a low laugh. ope revealed tho following facta : A par thing. 1 ou vo only got ono I Only nna i liana tul'liln,, ht SYMPTOMS OF A anU Ij.I: "Which of Dick'n friends is sufli- "I saw none." lor fnilhrrlHlurni.tloii alwut Ik.cli In Ihe compelled him to accept ten ty of railroad section men wero at "I ( i.kital.i, an I ea Itr.nt N.ulh, Kan-.- ., rain tu cieutly foppish to perfume his letters, lie showed her the slip that had work Tuesday afternoon, several miles cents, of course, assuring him that I Hori.l., adJ.-rV. I. ,'l .IIIIICi:. .if Appett, llowrla co. tire, l'aln in fluttered unnoticed under the table. tlrn 1'au. anJ TIck.t At,, luliflll., Ky I wonder?" the Willi a dull aenaition In tho West of town, when tho hailstorm had 'bushels of 'em.' Or K J Anthony, Agt.. blanfurd. Ky. tn a twit, l'aiu under tho Hhouldtr Theu she turned it right side up and She read the address: the intention wns no less kind, came upon them. Mr. Martin "But t.aile. fullueu after eatinir, with m looked at it. And then sho saw eicrtiia of body or wa Richard Harvey, Esq , the foreman of tho party, re- and tho gentle sympathy, boyishly 'Si-- t THE NEW ROUTE EAST, aIinlat.ii.trtohaving n KlecUd aplrtta.mind, uf tomprr. Imw with what? 129 South St., city. lates that near whero they were at expressed ns it was, touched me aomo duty. fooluiKof vveirii.e.a, )ilme, 'luttarlnK at tha Nothing very terrifying, certainly. particularly notice work, hailstones of tho weight of four deeply." "Dolly, did you Hrni t. Hula tho oyea. Yellow Ukln, Only .'a thick sheet of embossed paper, tho overcoat ?" ltemlanlio RenoraHy ovor tho right , or five pounds wero falling, nnd that ltaat.eaaneaa, with fitful dreama, highly Chicago is thinking of reforming stamped with a monogram, in azure r.T- v returning toward Salina tho stones col'. re J Unue, and A tremulous "No." ita jury system, which nllows gamand gold, incomprehensible as monoCONSTIPATION, "Look! See that velvet collar, increased in size, until his party dis blers, murderers, and other offenders grams usually are. ! pocket-boocovered a hugo mas3 ot ice weighing, Is thoso buttons, this Tl ITS ril.ksnrn rMfrlA.ljrniUp.i. to Through neglect or ineffiE A woman's letter, decidedly writ-le- this my overcoat?" BT. ftiirln mitiiloBn rnr1 urlit cliAiic as near as hocould judgo, in tho neigh- to escape. of It rlliitf nr. o intuitu. I Ihr iHTrrrr of the jti ciency only about one-hain a pretty, scrawling, irregular 1' liirrrfiM lti I Ipftiftltr. Ki.a rkUM lb "Oh, Dick, my dearest, forgive borhood of eighty pounds. At this rors drawn each month by tho County IM!. tin itxift the vrftlfm la Till! ONLY n.VKJti'.XMM. hand unmistakably u woman's. ni place the party found the ground cov v mo! No, no, no!" ntnirlatitfOiBAnt, it !. Tifil Art Jut on tb Bnnrd are forced to bo iu attendance. song tiieu on Dolly IlrcMlMr KImiU ar pnv 'ihe turd-lik,. ered with hail as if a wintry storm She was sobbing in his arms now. Ulll.at n. xi JlHrmj NU a. Y. The vacancies are filled from tho Everett's lips; the soft bright color But," bubbling bad passed over the land. Besides number of persons most accessible. Tho "My darling! faded slowly out of her face; tho blue fefe WITH HTOMACU again into boyish laughter, "what a securing tho mammoth chunk of ice, loafers about the Court-housHAIR often eyes grew wilder anil startled, as do glorious joke To think that I should Mr. Ellwood sccircda hailstonosome Pullman Sleeping Coaches ! ira K lliiu n Whiiker. inlananl loadiMar Tho re liberately, though almost involuutari walk home in, and that you should thing over a foot long, three or four nro found to be accessible. ti i i naiuil. appi atu oftlila llrn linn iiaii.aii.iuraiLii.ir mulniiantaueuu.tr Hold ly, she read a tew words on the page mend, Dick Harvey's overcoat ! Won- inches in diameter, and shaped like a sult is calamitous when Mich men get by IirmciM., or k nt by eiprea. on receipt of It. on a jury. Hereafter, if the proposuelore her. IIITH'I'. M yu'llllAY aT ,m:iv IIIHK. lloatettrr'a Ftomich llittrra rTllmat.a From LOUISVILLE der if his folks are going through my cigar. These "specimens' wero placed ed .rT.ia.ku dyaixpala with grratrr certainly chnngo is made, tho Sheriff will anil The note ran thus : (v. rim auriL aiua mil i,i.iu M pockets now? 'Who's Edith ?' His upon a hand-ca- r aud brought to Sali ,iu.um.J iircuiitiUHle than any known runnly, ami a.i.u .uiv. "Dick, Daiiunq. I have missed sweetheart, whom he has sneaked off ua. Mr. W. J. Ilagler, the North causo personal service to be in ado on la a most genial Invhrornnt. atlitr ami To WASHINGTON, aid to accretion, llieao are not empty THE DlSCaStJ OF each individual drawn ns a juror. you dreadfully of late. Come I Ex- to see, hecauso of a formidable heir- Santa Fe merchant, becumo tho pos aucrtlona, na tliouaamla of our coimtrj inru YOUTH nnd MANHOOD Wheu tho jury is not filled, the Judgo ercise diplomacy to night, and skip nncl women w lio lit. a c Xx rlonc.il Ua ctfecta TIIUOOOHTIIK ess staying at his house at present, to sessorctf the larger piece and saved it up by aro awiire, but am WITH-niiAOUIDETOHEALTM away. I hate her for keeping you whom his folks aro trying to marry from dissolving by placing it in saw- of the Crimiiinl Court will issue atroof. llio llitlrra alo Klro a Mrninwr iRUlihful atimulu. to Ilia nrinury organa. Grandest Scenery in America! from me. Besides, Gerster is in town! him. He told me all about it." c"jB' t ArilUlil.tViitau.r'i dust at his store. Crowds ot people tachments. iirujrKi.ia lli.nl polMin rrur ban uy angenerall ami uiuieia enrlni Is the hint too broad ? In spite of all, ... tirn rrm wuh llrllE.. hut eel F'.T When Mr. and Mrs Woodbridge, of direct In IV nn. Vvmi for "Dick" shy arms went creeping went down to seo it Tuesday atter-noo77TTVV 1 tin., and mold Ull.rka. Dick, ever your Edith." round his neck, aud blue eyes grew baand 1 Eerlrle l.t "Prilrrlpllcna Irre aud many were the theories con- Mount Vernon, Ohio, adopted the wbKli It eiost Pt. e js. I.. Addr.u That was all; but it was enough. luminous through their tears "I'm cerning the mysterious visitor. At by of a woman of the neighborhood, Baltimore,Philci(ielphia&N.Y. THE PUBLISHER, Doa 214, Milwaukee, Wli. n. few moments Dolly's eyes, blazFor a evening its dimensions wero 9x16x22 the agreement was that they should be jealous again. I never going to The Only Direct Mm to ing, terrified, stared straight at tho I'm raise the little one us their own, uever not even goiug to ask you where iuches. fSalina (Ivan.) Journal. hit rt .fateful sheet, as though they would you wero Virginia ami tin? Carolina. reveal to it tho secret of its parentage, with triumphant -- Till: MOST DESIltAIiLi: 11DDTE T- Ofcmjf RELIABLE SELF-CURshrivel it up with their blue fire. Forty years ago, in n village near and finally leave it all their property. heroism underlaid by a stratum of Ticket, are on aala at print (iwl Ticket OfCiea, flung it shuddering from Then sho n( nntt Af tha A fatvorlta were Tho child grow up believing she was Philadelphia, arrangements ami at the General Ollicooribel'. A O. lUllway, curiosity. l most D0ti4 ai4 itlhn In tb U. H. her, as though it was a venomous maddeniue ,niiwnired, for tlirurof.VrrruiirblIftf "My pet, I was just going to tell made fur a wedding. Tho guests their daughter, and is now tho wife of And ilteldedly tho Popular Itoiita, atrordlne, aa II alillU Went MiilllMrccl. I.iiiUlllr. tLoatf .Mil nhoottt ru and lieuv Hwui thing, and could sting her. For further Informatluii, J. C. llKNhT, to U .limn kealtfU tu tluMtV, Drucsuti ca OU U you, but these will speak better thau wero invited aud the brido awaited Dr. Swan, of Beaver Dam, Wis. Mr. deiea. leaa ehanseaand aujiertur (Jeiieral boulliwe.tern Ageut, Imt.vllla. Who wai the woman dared write so tho groom, who never camo. The Woodbndgo latoly died, nnd then his Addrtti DR. WARD & CO., UuUUna. Mju I can. You seo I had not quite Missouri, Iowa, Kanias, Texas, to Dick her Dick I vcs, sho told !. W.SJIITH, ii. iv. ii)i.i.i:it. would girl, crazed by grief, became n harm- widow, in order to savo nil tho estato what day (luii'l Manager, tlru'l PaM'r Ab'i Tho North, North wnt and Wcat. Ill fart. If you herself, with an air of defiant proless lunatic, and wanders through the to herself, told the wholo story. There couta a tilplu any dlmtlon, your latere.! inflate prietorship, hers only. rooms of her home nrrayed in her is to be a fight in tho courts, however, will helctterrtubr purchnlCK your ticket. la "Oh-- h, (Uitftl)i.M n . i, nrliii ilieftcciftf Hit IIIoimI, Dick I" kiil n K. C. and Cincinnati. 'J Train. aach way 2, I3S2, A GRAND COMBINATION. 1532, Sho crushed her hands tightly toIlvLIIIIr. IlMHala.aa.. tlr.aia.l Pulaca Can; Kletfant New Par Cuathea, and vtaLarae, lntnrriiiro MbhlUil A long drawn breath, a rapturous bridaliuery, buoyed up with tho hope over tho validity of tho bargain origiul l AflW.Ui gether, till tho diamond next tho lighting of bluo aMMBKIl i IrraltJ Mllta L.a l.l.l llllil,4t)( h.lidMiuely furnl.bcu Itatllnlujf Cbalr t'ara lorui her lover will yet return. Burg- nally made with tho mother. ail (la. eyes, u lifting of rosy that i i ir i'mmki itm tho iinciualed aiuliment. of ihla OKI Uellable, Semi-Weekff4 tf ItMrMdralrlkaT ln.atauenl k ...aiY plain gold circlet cut tho white flesh lips, and theu well, when sho got lars entered her houso lately, and her Interior Journal a a trip orer rraKilrtil)MiUMiUllk(Ta1n4M, An Ancient White Pink. Tho thrri'by making pleaiure. Ihla lino one ol tvtra Mikl i Ulr k1iftai(e, IlkMlalrMM. J comfort aud Try It. cruelly. through, Dick thought himself well quick car detectiug their steps, sho Gardener Monthly states that a treo of AdilrrM, IIU, HtlTTK. IU . Hlh L L UnU, H, Ami Iba IxmUilllo Then, as a horriblo suspicion leaped repaid. TIME TAULK. IN KKFi;OT MAY II, 1181. LarAIILIallCIIOVKUTIIIUTVlKAKM. stepped out oti tho staircase and greetremarkable dimensions was recently to life in her bruin, with a low moan Weekly Courier - Journal HARRIS REMEDY CO.li- "I I "a "SoutiiTT5o. HEX" "KoHT "Wont there bo fun at tho office ed tho thieves witli the words ; "I felled at Crystal Spring, Yates countho slipped from tho chair and crouchJealous of Dick Har- have bedu waiting all the3e years; I ty, N. Y. Tho tree wns perfectly Lie. Cerlngton I 00 am 2 41 n ui S SO p in One year lor :i. nil-tp.ra for little more SH PROr.HARRIS'PASTlUERtMCDl ed shivering ugaiust tho great shaggy 9 41 W Falmouth.. than theprlcaufoue. vey! lint, by Jupiter what a re am ready; come on." Tho men look sound and vigorous, thirteen feet in " Cyuthlana .. 10 80 a iu 4 27 p ii 710pm b tylrr liif i ! triMe, Vl.fjm tttJ fbjlkkt tUUI a iu 5 pm ... overcoat. ed at tho ghostly figuro in its faded ception I tot! frtMuur Lthftkuiio oh! Dolly, Ily paying u.1.1 SO you will receive for one year " rat4 It 'J a iu 0 06 p iu ). if mtlf (laWQIJ CWitaaXJUtMea. Her fears look a tangible shapo ? Dolly, Dolly I its tho best joko on robes, standing with arms outstretch- circumference at the ground, and Arr. Parla. your home iaer with Ilia lilnjtoii.... I'i II p ui 7 00 p iu the im awi'klr tvJ rftJkilJf nearly two hundred feet iu height. I.re. Islington ... I 3U p IU 7 ao p iu riprwentatlre new.pier of tin1 Houih, aud the TS ftih lUwUitcaaiMiU). aa. ''up it ( What if ho had gone to meet this wo- record! ed, and lied from the houso. a pu Imt, brighten ami ablet lamily Weekly In ilia Wlnahetlar... Tho rings oranuual layers in itsstump Arr. Ml. Stirling... i U p ui I 20 p iu Lr"" au.ii -- .....' man ? For the first time he had eva " now who dt.ira to eaamlnea .i n. mi I.:, i i - ai. turn k. rsr. i. .rrr. r'v"' Uulledblatra. I 60 p ui I 10 iuMiu.. And Dolly joined him merrily; for 7 !M p ii 12 II a iu can do ao at Aahland uaplaiopyul the t Una u ium ul Gus De Smith called at a very fash- indicate ail ago of thrco hundred aud U .1 ..i. u.i uall ..VrlcuJa, ded answering her questions. thl.oUhe after all, is not the sweetest laughter ionable houso ou Austin aveuuou few fifteen years, and it is estimated that " lluatluKton. I OS p iu 1 10 a in And how hurried and guilty he had that which No. I. No. . No. I. Nuutii. springs from tears 7 days ago and acted so quecrly that four thousand feet of lumber will bo seemed so horribly happy aud light i. ,.irt.aMjMM. I eomhlmttlan P TVa. SO a iu TtTt Lrn. Ilunllustou... I SSa iu rTTTTraiT' UnxUUuf Iron, iVriirlmt Spontaneous Com liusTi on ok Cot when that lady's husband camo home, out from its trunk. hearted, too I A thousand words and 7 OS a iu 40 a iu A.hlaud i tittrh niiif I7,ijiiuru I,. Mt.HterllnK II SI a iu S SI a iu glances, before almost unnoticed, now ton. tho hot days of sho said: "What is tho matter with ItltAIN WoiiKuiw. During ono of The uooiplloated Jrt lHilulalilt funn. Tha " WliKhHl.r p iu 0 II a iu II Hill VrriMINIttull aflntu. IS p in 7 60 a ui Hashed ujmju her. She snatched up Juuo a Connecticut lady thought she young Do Smith? He acted so strange- dieaM arl.inj from an overworked brain Arr. Islington .... 2 00 p iu 7 SO a iu trill not Uarhrn III or executive normim excitement, nhuiild I.ve. lilugtou.. tho note again aud looked at it. smelted something burning up stairs. ly. I think there must bo a screw (thai rhuruclrrlitttof 'i SS p iu a in i aria eiid in not neglected, a so p iu U 00 a iu prriHiruUuut. Cynlhlaua.. It was dated the eveuuig of that In searchiug for tho fire she entered a loo3o about him somowhero." "Keck-o- n and be premature liwt theyHeed euohInaanltjr 4 40 p iu 10 0 a iu t) 0 a in a Falmoutb.. crave. LS ll.l lr Si 1 nau u. i nu, iiaiiiaii'M iiun jsh hi luy prai in l ami iu an eainiUuieuf not. I saw him this morning, and e uvvtr day. liui rt ulH that lilt. twi'ntr-fln- i 0 II p ui 11 41 a iu 8 JO am small closo garret room used fur stor-ugniriIniuiui n i Inn. ha Nirvoua rmiiralunL t tuirite IHnaai i. IIj.jhp&u, lUurni'a aa nervoiu debility, Motclicx, nkln Arr. Uurluxton uf ihw m.iu luox'liiMi oi. ml hi of inany antstlit pirrlr rtuieur Ilia irn haunt, m.ue mjuiu wouilt auilanliu Texas Sift-ing- dUeaoi, dUiInetH, nervouaneaa, dimntaa of "Qh, Dick, Dick 1" she cried tlio bl"'J Sho opened a window and in- he was tight nl! over." l ilul curn. MAYdVIIXK UIVIUION. iHvtrllii'l I iui that have haUlnl aouie uf our in.ivt enuneut pnr.i tana h. . c ) ii im I In Hit. an al au.l could you ? And I loved stantly a bag of carpet rags hanging Ik'iI, osukIi, Indlgeatlon, catarrh of the Ko. II t.r. ItlniEteu I pm. Arr. Ma villas SSiuu tjany lruu preparauou luaMe In fait, audi a enninuunJ 1" rtii'illlupriftnnce Hu, ItUlltlll' KAMI M.S. MuirtUtyluiurpraiUce bladder, and gener! dciom1enojr. When Nu. 14 ' MayatlllaSllam. Iaainiilun V Vaiu i.l)u. lUultU'KllJNTuMi. Fr vim sol" SIOI Waih Av..a N.IK. l. N r ICth No. II " Parla 0 su a m. MayKlUa 8 lOaiu Weikneu of the Joints nail mtieoleit, im' Theu with a sudden storm of sobs, thcro burst into flame. Tho rags had JTT laTalW'J'eaaaawaw.TaaaalMa t it IltJtlt tA.iilf tit lj tJiUkll. been thcro all wiuter. The firo was purity of the blood, urinary catarrh, and thin allllcted, make haste to ute Drown' No. I"MayalllaliHlpui Parla S, Ui.7pm Iron Illllera. It itrengthcna mind and tmtttmt health ful tnit ta she bruko down altogether, aud bury- promptly smothered; and wheu the other (Unordered organic function, perma body exhausted by illaeaae and lullerlnirt . tttycMttv vryiuiM amli TraJn. No. and 2 tun d.tlyj all olbera dally ing her fuca in tho crumpled overcoat, Lag was opened it was found that only nently cured or uainjj nrovnra iron nil-te- I the truant of all nrrvont sttem, tnahtnft tonic, and irepl Bunday. He4al ItaUa to Kiiilnraula. Fur ft niiiillcnl.il' to tirtwrall It atrengtheiia the aflectet parti, lUketi. rataeaud Inbrmatlon rl.luln to tlma wept and wept as if her very heart balls of cotton rags were burned. Nature militant In restoring tho caiiuarll.ua, Al , Mil on or .Aire". Jliltllllt, of .tmtt' new life, new health, and mivr vixor tilt, I'rmtmllon of 1'itnll was breaking, tho graceful littlo H. T. kvilFV, At Uxluitlou. Whether tho rags had been dyed is Into the wholo central ivateui, and 'make proinr funaliena to over organ alt'ecled, It J'otvrrt mid Juiiol)ir will aurely mirfl jrou, lor It liai cured tliou CIIAS. ! IIHOWN, II. I'. A V. A. thakeii and convulsed. nut stated. MANUFACTURED life aeetu well worth II vlntr- 67 THE DR. 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