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Digital page images are linked to the text file. petti - Wukm Juteflo VOLUME KI1510. mtftml N BW SE1U BS-- N STANFORD, KY.f FRIDAY, AUGUST Mr. sents soma advantages in n omnmiini-calfito tho Ponsaeola Ailtnnre as follows : How a nowspapor pays can at once Ihj if you will givo tho matter n littlo thought, nuppoo you tako n paper that is only issued nnco a week; you get fifty-twcopies a year, each containing tho general current nows of tho limes. Tho educational advantages to tho family, derived from only a weekly paper, nro clien(er and more impressive, useful and thorough, alter tho children Imvo learned to read, than tho teaching in tho ordinary xchools. It Is n notalilo fact, and many cmi-uoexamples might bo referred to, that families who aro never without newspapers Itcconic inoro intelligent and moro Inlluential than thoso who go through tho ordinary scholastic Ga-xll- J, 1882. UAl B BR Gfi J. How a Newspaper Pays. V. Crary, of Florida, pre- How to Treat e. That' John't Dun. IV. T. . WALTON. Cilifor and Proprietor ft. WALTON. Buttnett Manager I'll til lutinl Tiicmliiu H'JitJO P1QII Mahont, fiml I'rlitttV't ANNUM. in Bailie. Jr. Con Down of physicians and other citizens of Boston liavo united in a circular addressed to tho teachers of that city, urging them to use all their TVm tlilaopportunltjorttxnklnf hUlroni InStlnford tnil tltlnlt for their lltitrtlmpport, tnil to reuin It, ai n hi atltctcl s bop Ihlturly In tlieijion, before being culled influence and authority to suppress the OTer, tnl It uso of tobacco among the childern in their schools. Thcro is no doubt that this habit is becoming more and more Wit of They itr!e. Ilk motto Ii: prevalent among children, to whom From theEicel." Foreign Alikpn.Impairingwill be eat ami lutileln Cutting inJ "To neillj and promptly done, it is equally certain to bo injurious. Tho makers of cheap cigarettes aro largely responsible for this unfortu-nat- o wife. condition of affairs, which is at.. ii i if airtiitiAii ja iiaiiAMA iiiv " A Nnw Invention. The Paris-inn- s tracting much anxious consideration thing you will likely ',""" '""J ""JT0" sell or buy 1H","'lJ1" have found out a new invention on both sides of the Atlantic. pn young Mahonos toes as b piwl ae0 lll0 cu?renl prieo In a newspaper, phine, quiiiino and chloroform aro for increasing the feminino power of ortbwith tho mighty wrath of 'nnil him. Nows. wi, ,w gco wiml you might recommended. Medical Arabi Pasha appears to bo not ouiy tlio MaIioiics rose up in its gramleiir, ...... .lmt !.... ,. iatcinatioii. Long eyelashes have aldaring military leader but an adven TIiImXciv Mill, L'ontiilniiig (he Intcftt ami ways been much nd mired, but, unfor- a won lis armor ami lke il0a.v. rfil Uiim Mifler from IIoitAOi: Onnnr,i:v aha Prti.vniu hurriedly duck turous speculator. Heforo the Egyptipuiljilemanucii mom. as soon ns miltnkes and delays; vuu just turn to Hoy. Hero In tho Poullney tho New tunately, there aro a great many ian difficulty hail reached its present tho boat laudc. seconds wcro nought your pnpor, ami know all you wish to York Iribune was founded. Hero its charming women to whom naturo has stage, he was "a bear" of Egyptian and found, nnd 11 duel arranged for fim , 01, Vou ni of,en Bavo tuo founder washed its forms, and carried denied this enviable veil to licautiful stock in more than ono capital Lon-doFor iiiuiitifacliirliiR iiicnl anil Hour, Ih now in full operation. hunuay nigra lasi on tno ouuiciria 01 .ui.Jorition oost of your nancr I... water, and built tho fires, nnd didn't oyes. Ihoso who would possess tins brokers, it is now shown, have Wo will Rrintl lor customer, Tor llic present, ou Tuesday, Wed, , tho city. The young man from the ono siuglo order for ten or twe,.tv Jof. sweep out the news room, and didn't winning graco need despair no longer, been doing business for tho ingenious !'.'." War iJeparimeut was oui on umc, Iitr' worth of goods. You will often carry out tho ashes, and forgot what for long eyelashes aro nt any ono's Arabi. His latest little financial oper nesday, Tliurwilny, Friday and Saturday of cucli week, and on We Holielt a liberal Mliare and all other public .ionone, wi.ose ..vnior iinu fi)(, cmnce, fl)r good bargains nilver- - ho was sent for and let the paste sour, command who is disposed to tako a ation was to bag 8125,000 from the Cotirl-Daj. . nil allil of patronage and will endeavor lo give eiillrewitWfaelloii. mi pemiiQtitiy ooing lis0l ,ialcnn nol Ik, found in anyoth. nnd lost the letters ho was given to little trouble. This is tho simple way 1011 before . kin ....U..L,.. tho desired end may bo at- Custom House of Alexandria . ............... r wa .iin, iiipmiitit aim iimnfj niiii ntj mil. low months siucc, a mcr- - mail, and unset tho lye, nnd tried tho in which quitting the city. It is pretty clear raged .toes, did uot show up. Hut on cimnt i icnsacolu advertised to sell a usual experiments with tho faicyjobl tained : A fmo needle threaded with that Arabi knows tho valuo of mon- AlwayH on hand and for mile. IlighcM cash price paid Tor Corn, uesday ovening, as the sha.lesottho cerlai Mnp0 nrtiolo of provWons vc typo nnd tho finest colored inks in tho dark hair must lie drawn through tho ey. declining sun lmgero.1 on tho grass on Wheat, Ac. Order left at Mill promptly attended to. 0, t0 a I(l 0 lol way of fearful and wonderful visitiug skin of tho eyelid, forming long loops. il0ro was to. of kalaramo Hoight. m if afraid ,f j, ',, tho consignor onfercd it sold cards, and in nil ways conducted him When the loops aro cut and tho proIking called to save tho lifo of a deft- woman who had swallowed poison, a to leave, young Mr. Ilutlcr Mahone nt ouro. I sent an or.Icr, and when soli even us tho devil nlways does cess is completed, if tho work bo and tho young man from tho Wnr roveral of my neighbors in tho coun- about a print-sho- p. Hero Greeley ly done, the result is wonderful. The Philadelphia physician refused to Department faced each other nnd try saw what I had gotten, nnd I told passed somo years of his boyhood. I eye is coquetishly veiled by n beauti- writo a prescription until his fco of went to work with their lists. There them tho price, they said : "If you wander nlxiiit tho village thinking ful dark fringe so liko tho handiwork $2 had been paid. Aa tho money was ! wcro but three .rounds. Ill tho first had told us, wo would also Imvo sent about tho good old man, nnd trying of naturo that tlio deception can not forthcoming ho left tho house, and r -nnti-dot- o 1 round young .Manouo execuuu a iimk onhrlt mM. ,.If you wil lnko to think of tho young printer, dusting scarcely bo detected. The process is sho died soon after. A simple double somersault that would liavo U0 would have been enough nt that a know n out his cases with a pair of leaky bel- said to bo as painless as it is simple. win . Providence Journal. time, but an hour or two afterward, lows, or "soldiering" for a big pick-u- p time, without waiting for second-hancrexlit, and laudod in a when she had been taken to the hospitalk." I saved tho price of my news-jinp- that was next to tlio 'last fat thing on In dealing with tho Mormon quesIn tho second round young Mahonos subscription in Pcnsacola for tho hook, just under a long tako of tion, tho Salt Lako Tribune saya: tal, it was too late. light pauta were split from Dan to 0110 year by that singlo transaction. solid nonpareil. Hob Burdett in A French paper recommends a soPolygamy is a disgraco which is realIlecrsheba, his celluloid collar hope Indeed, it would lo impossible to enu- Burlington Hawkeye. have bought out my brother, It. II. Wcarcn, s of an ounce of ized in every Mormon home. In ev- lution of lessly dented, and his general appear-nuc- merate tho amount of pecuniary bono-fit- s home tho plural wives salt in a quart cf water for testing the and will continue tlio and Undertaking Tho following is tho salutatory of ery Mormon griof. lietrayed deep disgust-anrccoived from nowipajicr "Wo liavo serv- and their children are looked upon as aces of eccs. It states that an egg business nn Oregon editress: the same stand, in the St. Asaph Hotel third and last round rosulted in Tho alone, to say nothing of the tainted. That this is true is mado ev- fdaccd in this solution on the day it is building. young Mr. Maliouo being donuded of geuoral information of vital import-imr- ed an apprenticeship at working will keep a stock ol' Furniture of evwill sink to the bottom; ono a washing, scrubbing, patching, darn- ident by tho anxiety of all such wowearing apparel ami culli, and being coutniuod in them. cannot be beatligurcs tho bottom of ery description and sell men and children to pass themselves day old will not reach landed on n stretcher thoughtfully Jourunlism in all its departments is ing, ironing, plain eewiug, raising be compreoccasion. Young n business that requires moro churning, and poultry oil as the first wives. And it is fur- the vessel; nn egg three days old will en. My stock of Collins and Caskets nrepsml for tho Vo have kept boarders, ther made evident by tho quarrels swim in the liquid, while ono more hensive. Shrouds and llobcs always on hand. I also Mr. Mahono now languishes at his lalxir, more raising. more indcfatigablo father's hotul, his cntiro countcuauoo patience, eudurnuco nod uico discrim- - taught music, written for newspapers, which constantly occur in such fami- thau threo days old will swim ou tho repair and do carpenter's job work. lies, and by the epithets which first surface. Iwariug a. puculinrly surprised and in- iimtion than any other profession. mado speeches, and carried on an (Orders hy tclegrnpli promptly attended to.) B. K. WEAKEN. wives and children bestow upon the millinery and dignant look. IIo will, of course, re- Tiiero is no class of men that furnish Kato Claxton, the actress, who is vive and tako 11 littlo moro interest in so cheaply tlio indispensable intelli- business. Wo can provo by tho pub- others. Summering at Patchoguo, L. I., was things mundano when ho finds that gence, wisdom nnd virtue, for tho lic that tho work has liccn well done. A paiiitimr lately uncovered in enjoying a sail in her boat, tho Cobecome moro generally support of the government and wel Now, having reached the ago of his follies have Pompeii seemed identical in subject quette, a few days since, when tho and having brought up n fami- with tho Judgment of Solomon. In craft was upset by 11 squall, fthe was known and commented on. faro of tho people, as tho and efficient journalist. Every good ly of boys to set typo Hnd a daughter the ccntro is a bench with threo thrown into the water, but rescued Telephoning tor the Wrong Doctor. medical man of this citizen should tako and pay for n good to run tho millinery store, we propose judges; kneeling at their feet, in an without injury, and having passed A city wa called up by telephone the paer; ho owes it to ins country, ins to edit nnd publish n nowspaper, and attitude of prayer, is a womau; fur- through both fire and water, may connnd wo intend to establish it as 0110 of the ther toward tho foreground is a butch- sider herself safe. other dny, when tho following conver- family nnd his own lias Just Opnnod a Pino Stook of permanent institutions of tho coun- er's table, aud upon it a naked babe, 0 sation took place: interest. Concerning tho ringing of church try." which n man is preparing to kill with "It lias como doctor." bells, tho Christian at H'orfe says : "If Anth as a MAitKirrAiii.K CommoTho doctor thought ho know the A Solvki) Piiohlcu. "Jack,"said a largo knife, while beside him stands somo peoplo don't like tho ringing, he hnd dity. It stems that in many parts of an nflectionato mother of Stnpleton the a second woman witli an indifferent voice, nnd, wondering why the province of Canton tho orango cotton is still abundant, and a supply Consisting of nol been scut for. shoutod hack: como air. Soldiers nnd people closo the trees aro injured by certain worms, other morning, "you really must can easily be had for filling the cavity "Is it all right?" scene. homo earlier at nights. Do you of the auricular tragus and lobule, so "It is a very small pattern," answer- nnd to rid themselves fiom theso pests Ksmcralda likes to liavo you stay Lkatiikkoid. Lentheroid is a now as to exclude the vicious vibrations of ed tho voice, which was that of a wo- tlio inhabitants import nuts from tho so late?" article mado of paper. It consists ol the terrible ecclesiological tocsin." AND man, "biit it will do if wo takopnins." neighboring hills. Tho hill people "I'll tell how is was," replied Jack Tho doctor caught tho last word, throughout the Summer nnd Winter "You see, sho was sitting on my hat, n number of thicknesses of cotton paWisconsin, A marriage nt Cobb, find nests of two species of nnts, red per wound ono upon another over a nnd called distinctly: from tho nnd I felt 11 littlo delicate about men- cylinder. suspended and yellow, The remarkable qualities was between a widow, aged 72, and "Givo it paregonol" tioning tho fact." and adhesion it possesses her adopted son, aged 23. Her first Also, a Wioo Lino of of Thcro was a mumbled difctission branches of various trees. Tho "or"Very well, I'll givo you a bit of arostrength from a chemical bath, husband had on his death bed advised derived ho could not hear, and then tho ango nnd breedero" nro provided with advice. which Tho next timo don't hold through which tho paper is drawn on the match, as a means of preventing pig or goat bladders baited insula with & voice called: Stnten Island iard. Tho orifices of thoso they ap- your hat in your lap. its way to tho cylinder. It is mould- tlio raising of certain legal questions ?" "Is this doctor On .el to. When regarding his estate. ed wet, nnd retains its form. of Fort street" ply to tho cntranco of tho bag-lik"No! It's doctor I am oponing daily a Full lino of tho Boat Goods in tho Markot.to bo of the Spriugfield dry, it cuts like raw hide. of mirth, nests, when tho ants cuter tho bladA correspondent Then ho heard a chorus In a Nebraska discussion of passes sold at Bottom Pricos. Call and oxarulno. nnd was informed thnt ho was in com- ders, and as Dr. Macgownu expresses Table relates that, years ago, Long counhaving read on railroads, it is revealed that a Two Denver boys, it, "becomo n marketable commodity John Wcntworth, then in Congress, TIM W. HIGGINS, Snlosnmn. munication with u fashionable ty Commissioner, olected because ho wohouse, and that it was a silk nt the orangeries." The trees aro col- onco told n Methodist Chaplain of the about kidtinping, stole a wealthy had opposed the Union Pacific, is now de's wifo that was onized by plncing tho nuts 011 their House: "I'm not goiug to voto for man's pot dog and wrote u letter dress for Doctor deadheads, nnd 82f) for its return. If she ouo of tho company's to the county nt under iliscuBiion, uml that ho was tho upper branches, nnd bamboo rods nro you again. 1011 givo us too mucii manding charges his free rides leavo tho moiioy m a specified wrong man, which, under tho circum- stretched between tho different trees, hell fire in your sermons. Now there's did not they would send 8300 a year. stances, was rather a relief to tho so ns to givo tho mils easy access to a mnii at Cincinnati who promises to spot, thoy declared tho wholo orchard. This remedy has mivo tho wholo of us. Hos tho man her every day nn inch of tho precious A good farm iu Indiana has been Detroit Post. Fort street physician. been in constant uso at least sinro for inc." "Ah, Mr. Wcntworth, but bruto'8 tail. Heiug easily caught, allowed to run to weeds lor fivo years, pu- because of a belief that it is under the An Aiiusi:i Win:. A melancholHi 10, ami probably dates from a much ho doesn't know you all as well as I they proved to bo Sunday-schoo- l -- ECA-S y-looking woman, with a very earlier period. curso of a former owner, whose ghost do, or ho wouldn't undertake to save pils of good standing. painful expression about tho comers walks tho fields at night, and would Montana is among tho localities tho half of you." A man in Georgia lost a gold collar make it unpleasant for a teriaut. of her mouth, applied to Col. Ham A peddler on an Iowa railroad con button two years ago, and recently the Scuddor, an Austin lawyer for a di- that nro enjoying an exceptional prosNo grace is moro necessary to the vorce "What nro your grounds for perity at this timo. In Helena thcro eluded that, in tho Intervals of regular missing jewelry was found in tho fat 11 divorce?" "My husband gotsilruuk is 11 genuino boom in real cstato spec- business, ho might win some money of tho digestive organs of a slaught- Christian worker thau fidelity; the o ered cow. How tho cow got under humble graco thnt marches on in operaall tlio timo. It's dreadful for a sober, ulation. Laud that could liavo been from passengers ns a three-carwhero a nnd storm, when no banners nro woman liko myself to bought hi that vicinity a few weeks tor. After practicing with tho cards tho bureau in tho Imvo a drunken husband." "I sup- ugo for ten dollars nu aero can not bo until ho considered himself nn adopt, detached collar button always rolls, is waving aud there is no music to cheer Norristown the weary feet. man for a an inexplicablo mystery pose you Imvo witnesses who know obtained now for a hundred. Three ho choso a "Witnesses! iiow btnks Imvo been started in tho first victim; but this person was a pro- Herald. ho driuks to oxcorts?" "What liavo you lieen doing siuco I well, I should say bo. I can provo town within a period of four months. fessional gambler, and the peddler All The root and herb establishment in been attending by myself." "Of Ono cnuso of nil this excitement is quickly lost 8150, for tho recovery ol Carroll county, Vn., is said to bo tho last saw you ?" "I'vo his drunkenness a courso of freo lectures?" A course tho rapid progress 111 tho construction which ho has brought n suit. courso you liavo frequently scon him largest 011 this continent, 8,000 lbs. of free lectures ?" "Yes, I was marBotin an iutoxiouled condition." "Why, of tho Northern Pacilio Hailroad, and Booth of roots being taken in every week. ried a week after we parted." Tho malo inliabitautsof Now I liavo to go to tho grocery all day tho conviction that Helena is so favorWithin a radius of thirty miles there long, bringing him 0110 bottle after an- ably situated that it must reap tho Wales appear to bo in a end condition. nre over 2,000 vnrieties of medicinal A cloud ot flies so swarmed about other. Homo days I bring him a half benefit of much of tho traflio and A great number of them find it to bo flora, of which over 1,200 specimens the steeple of a church in Detroit, the No Does Not exto procure physically impossiblo dozoii botfliw in 0110 dny." "Good commercial development that aro other day, as to produce tho appear-anc- o hnvobeen collected. Freozo. Doch ho drink that much pected to follow. Tho town will bo wives. According to a roport recentheavens! of smoke, aud tho fire engines whisky? No wonder you want n di- nearly midway between soveral im ly issued on tho population of that Small suakea Imvo been discovered wero called out. portnnt triulo centres. It is distant colonv. no loss than 79,000 women vorce." Tho woman looked around to m tho proboscis ot uies. Thov are Mr. Malouo Wholes, of Now Or- seo (hat no ouo was listening, and then from Chicago 1.505 miles; from San aio required to equalise tho soxos. about of an inch iu length confidential whispor: "IIo Francisco, 1 ,1100; and from Portlnud, Tho other Australian colonies require and said in of nu inch iu di leaus, claims to liavo invented aro about tho samo number in proportion ameter. It is suggested that the fly jwrtiiig machiiio capable of recording doesn't get ull of it. You seo I drink 800. to their population. of tho bottlo before I about may curry disease germs, and scien- two hundred words n uuiiuto iu any Tlio absconding cashier of a Logans- language. givo it to him, ami then I fill it up with tort (Ind.) bank carried uway tho Numerous letters from readers are tists are investigating tho question. water, If it wasn't for that I oouldn't Iloud which ho luul given for honesty, considered by Mr. Labonchro as one To rejoico iu another's prosperity is livo with him auothcr day. I juit as well us all the leaves in tho bank's of tho first signs of tho success of a ceutury plant uoar tn fivo content to vour OWU lot: to Now Uso A It." couldn't stand records ou which it was mentioned; uewspapor. Perhaps, however, it de- Salinas, Cal., isuowinfull bloom. niitigato another's grief ii to alleviate Plumpness, milky whiteiiesa of com- but his cflort to save his bondsmen pends somewhat whether tho letters Three weeks ago tho plant was only or dispel your owu. plexion, nully oyolids, and swollen from loss will ho of no avail, as tho contain money for a year's subscrip- fivo or six feet hiuh, but it is twenty- BeJTa; Ono, placed ou Key West Island skin, mark omphatically tho nreenio contents of tho document can bo easily tion, or a request to tho editor to step fivo feet high now. About four feet I Sheen SL Back. loso their wool iu the second year. of the top is a solid mass of flowers. Lowel Citizen. outside und light. proven, cater, says a Cleveland physician. Tlio exploit of tho son of tlio Virginia Bonntor nro tlim chronicled by tho Washington 1'oft: Young Mr. Holler Maliono lint been tiosing m Mr. Tug Wilson, by which it is to ho understood that tho jnvcnilo mid ilcndcrdeRKcd olljpring of tho ilistin. gulilietl ltcatljusler condidnto for tho next Vice Presidency hns been avenging his outraged honor under tho Mar. rule. If tho (jnis of (uconsbcrry lntost reorti of tho tragedy bo correct, m thoy uudouhtcdly nrc, tho honor of tho Muliono funiily has been r knocked into a oockod hit. It that n low evening ninco young Mahone, who has nut cental to call was out on tho elder Mahono a "liendcr," familiarly yclept n miwn light excursion on tho 1'olomac, below Uy fomo horriblo mis tho flat. studies without tho habit of reading After rending, writing nowspatiors. and arithmetic aro taught to n child, if a rhoico is to be mado between school books and nowspapcrs, it would Its much moro bunoficinl to tho child to givo it two or thrco well selected newspapers to read than to conflno it to tho text lx)oks of tho school. Newspaper elucation is jKjlytechnic and chancon War Department clerk, one universal, and is indipcnsablo to a young things proper qualification for truo American ofthoso auburn-hairewho aro romarkablo chiofly for the citizenship. regularity with which thoy clraw their A good newspaper saves money in salary, who was attcmlcil, as was Ma nil businoJS matters. If you want to I ... A distinction ofimmcnw practical imimrtnnco exists botwecii heat ex haustion and or coup de men. it h much to bo feared that , this diirerciico too often passes to tho serious dotriment of tho Heat exhaustion, as tho patient. term implies, means a sudden aniemio produced by work or muscular exercise in n high temperature Heat stroko, or sun stroke, signifies tho sudden access of unconsciousness with high febrilo heat. In tho former tho body is cool, tho skin moist, or wet with perspiration, tho pulso small, fcchlo nnd low in tension, tho muscular system relaxed, tho pupil dilated, Rnd tho mind feeble, but consciousness is not Inst, or is restored after a syncopal stato of brief duration. In tho latter-theris profound unconsciousness, contracted pupil, injected con junctiva, tho skin is hot and usually dry, tho leniperaturo high, tho pulso rapid, and the muscular system often convulsed and tending rather to rigidity. It tho caso bo one of tho patient will probably bo nblo to swallow. Itsposa in tho shade, in a recumbent position, and a few drops of laudanum in a tablespoonful ot whisky or brandy will quickly bring about restoration. In tho caso of truo the pationt should K)t bo at once removed to us cool a as practicable, and should liavo cold water thrown ou bin, be rubbed with pieces of ice applied to the head and spine. Other medical remedies, morhrat-strolfunro-gardedn hcat-strok- At tho bUtle of HI110 Licks, in 1782, tho Keutuckinns wcro defeated with great slaughter by tho Indians. Among their captives was a citizen of Mercer county, a husband nnd father. Ho nnd cloven others were painted black, a sign thnt thoy wcro devoted to lorturo nnd death. Hanging them in a row 011 a log, tho Indians slaughtered tho eloven, ono by one. Whon thoy camo to tho husband they paused, nnd, after n great pnw wow spared his lifo. .For a year ho romaincd a captive, mourned by his friends as dead. Hut his wifo Insisted that ho was alivo nnd would comeback to her. A lover wooed her. Her relatives aided his wooing. Sho consented to marry, but from timo to timo postponed thotvcdding day. Sho could not, she said, rid herself of the belief that her husband was still living and would return. At last, tho pleading of her lover and the expostulation of her friends won from her a reluctant con sent to bo married 011 a certain day. On its morninc just before daylight, she heard tho crackof a riflo. "That's John's gun!" sho cried, nnd running from her cabin, in a moment was clasped in her husband's arms. Hut the romance did not end witli tho husband's return. Nino years after, ho fell in "St. Clair's defeat." The disappointed lover renowed his suit, and tho widow, at last, becamo his Kittet. To steal a kiss, that's fair. To buy a kiss, (lint's stupidity. Two girls kissing, that's wnsto. To kiss nnother mnn, thsl'x nasty. To kiss not nt nil, that's bad tnste. To kiss your sister, that's necessity. To kiss your wife, that's correct. To got caught kisdng, that is dread- M'ROBERTS&STAGG Opora Houso Block, lJ3ATHItM Hall Paper. IVIiioh, , Mqtiot-H-- ful. To kiss tho baby, Stanford, IN- - KyM that is unsatis- MiiMciiI ItooliH, IiiNiruniriitM, courage. Clgni-H- , NCntloiierj', Tit 11 Im, I'nrkct To kiss an old maiden aunt, that's OIIm, NonpH. Toltaccoo, Ciittlcry, J.llllipH, Mitclihic I'dTiiiiicr)', Arm, hypocrisy. JVcciUoh. To kiss the chambermaid, thnt is Our .TftiTiMrir. Mlrnrnrnrn nnd llntfrnl flnmU lljmiirf iimnf fa In riinrtm nf I'aI. dangerous. Tlirw. RlrlirmU. nlinulll Ifrnnlr 'Hnlrlip nnil f'inrkft Prnrmillr nnd In Hip To ki tho girl you'ro engaged to, stjlc. that's expected. To kiss your mother, that's tho purest kiss of all. To kiss a blooming girl, that's San Francisco iicaches and cream. To kiss factory. an ugly woman, that's DrtiKH, ClioiiilcniM, 1 )! Truth. A number H. G. RUPLEY, KVJLiviroKn, it v., (Int-dn- u Comprises Everything that is Itfew,, ...: ,i.,,.:i. IalM!!H WBMmM MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY M n . riaj. w a I . Flour, Meal, Corn, Bran, Shipstuif, &c, .11.) FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING srsr- mud-puddl- three-fourth- o Main Street, I at I B. K. WEAREN, Furniture full Ntimiord, Ky. ndvor-tisomen- ts o at that will Furniture , m dress-maki- ug thir-ty-d- x, well-traine- well-know- n E. P. OWSLEY self-respe- BRAND NEW GOODS, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. sup-pos- Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, CARPETS.OIL CLOTHS TRUNKS e dross-makin- g w HL jPEjRIis; sjI32K0J THE- GENUINE sun-shin- hard-workin- g bod-roo- HID Water Elevator. green-lookin- g Destroys Wator Insects; Draws Fresh Wator from tom of Cistern; Tubing and Has one-twelf- Foulest Cisterns Made Pure by This Elevator. 11 two-third- s OVER ONE HUNDRED in in This County. Try and If Not Satisfied, It Will ken The corruption in the administration of Tho Governor of Kansas roast, In a The hard rains at Cincinnati and all during the present year there has been nr. along the line of the Ohio Hirer, and up her the excuse of.ws nor that of' Presi- the navy, and the enormous cost nf main letter to Susan B. Anthony, that tho the Kentucky and Kanawha Hirers, cause dential conventlons. There 'Is evidently talnlng a useless establishment, have for browcrios wero exterminated from Kanthe Ohio River to rise from Plltsbarir to a great lack of system In arranging the bus years past been creating a public sentiment sas. Wo too by a German exchange K-- T. Cairo, thus enabling steamers lo make reg- iness of Congress, and an almost hopeless that will explode some day In a form of that thoy havo in sotno Instances meretendency lo waste the best part of the year destructive Indignation. Performances ly changed their name. Tho proprieAngnst 4, 1882 ular trips. Friday Morning The Iowa republicans have nominated in Irrelevant debate. like that nf Admiral Nicholson at Alexan tor of ono largo brewery now calls his for Secretary of Slate, J. A. Hull, present A special from London says : The re- ilrla will be apt to hasten this desired con establishment "chemical works" and EDITOR Incumbent; Auditor, J. L. Ilrown; Attor- fusal of Italy to en operato with England summation, lalwls his liccr as "stomach invlgnra W. P. WALTON, Uuffalo Courier. In downing Arab! Pasha may be taken as ney General, Smith McPherson, present An American officer who volunteers, aa tor." Judge of the Supreme Court, representing the attitude of Germany and Admiral Nicholson did. to commit his DEMOCRATIC STATC AND COUNTT TICKET A sermon that is to accomplish an Judge Stiver. Austria, High authorities at Berlin assert country by overt acts of srnird end to Ito worth listening In mint emtRuSernninn Judaic Maj. A. n. tlicniiM. Twelve Chinamen were landed at that Russia is absut lo quit her passive tlon with Knglsnd, Is unworthy lo conv body real thoughts, thoughts that havo . F?r Arrnt.LATK CLMK-OiT. J. New York, Monday, by a steamer from attitude and favor one directly hostile to mand ships that fly the stars and stripes. sotno connection with tho interests and Havana, The fact was learned, on inqni the British pretensions In Egypt. Accent If Hits Is the sort of service upon which issues of lifo, and must bo instinct Fea OnCRTT JODflK-- K. W. H0W1. immigration law, ing lo Intelligence received from diplomat, our r are sent abroad, better with tho living convictions of tho ry, that the It Car-!tFon GsBHTT ATTCKUKT-- D. by Congress Stay 0, does not go into lo sources, the action of Russia is due to burn the navy, and at least save the glory preacher. pas-c- d To Ira such a sermon, it A.T Joum lint. FoS Cmi.iTT Clekx effect until August 6. the personal Initiative of Cisr Alexander, of the put from (he reproaoh of the pres- must co mo from tho preacher' mind K. Misa-rn- . ("iiaRtrr-- J. For New York Hun. In the United States House, the bill who is dissatisfied with the Independent ent. and heart warm, with tho very lifo blood nf his soul at tho moment ol its Fok Asskssoi-- J. H. to place General Grant on the retired list attitude of England and with Gladstone's Letter from -d. dolivcry. I). of the armr. with the rank and par of repeated declaration that England, under Ko Jur.rn-- T. ulWPv iMfflQ? tWsWfl.t General, was referred to the Committee on certain circumstances, would undertake the II. IIOWAHO. FO It has been found that an extcmivo I left home Thursday, July 27lh, for Military Affairs, where it will rest until task of rrstoring order In Egvpt, J. DitfillltatT, Island, and have arrived fire which broko out recently in PhilF0lO)t0HK-next Winter, at least. eleven miles from Pelee. adelphia was started by three boys who at PiiMn-llty- , Totamr KotOiKSTABt(STAMroDrKrnicT) PRESS OPINIONS. The Secretary of the Interior decides . MARTI. this evening In sail boat. I wanted lo sco a hie hlaie. Tho young Will go there We would take a few bets for charitable the Desert Land Act requires more than in under a give you a few items that may le interest est, who is seven, crawled mere conducting of water upon land to purposes, that Mr. Kelfer will not be the gate and let in his companions, ono ol The Election Monday. ing to your readers. of. which title ia sought. Irrigation must Sjieaker of the next House. Cincinnati to a hay loft. I came via Cincinnati, Springfield and whom applied a match Tho republicans under tho shrewd thoroughly prepare the land for the pro. Commercial, As the fire destroyed two lumberyards Sandusky, arriving at Sandusky 7.30 A. M., advice and guidance of Mr. W. II. duction of an agricultural crop. and thirteen buildings, as well as damMr. Authur is said to .have abandoned Friday morning. As I passed through the Miller aro playing a finogamo for tho Utlca (N. Y.) Oorrer says: The aging other procrly, theirdesireswero I saw his second-terambition. He has suc greater part of Ohio In the night, abundantly gratified. control of this county. There are very few men in Congress, irreceeded thin far very well in making it pos- but little of the State. I was pleased with Mr. Lytlo and Mr. Young are as spective of parties, who will not confess sible farm house, and beautiful Tho inootno of our Government is forhis party to be whipped In 1881 the neat little yet, tho only candidates who admit that Kentucky leads all other States in the towns and cities of Northern Ohio. The very largely in excess of its needs. ability, eloquence and general brilliancy of the soft impeachment, but democrats corn is very much behind. The wheat Cut down thesurpltis, for in doing so her Congressional representation. should be voted crop is good. Many patches nf wheat were tho heavy taxation of tho peoplo is cut The two cent school-lamay rest assured that a full republiSouth Carolina democrats have nomi- with great unanimity by the Democrats of Just is suro ns tho war taxaplowed up on account of injury from frost. down. can ticket will be on tho nated the following ticket; For Governor, Kentusky. It was a wise suggestion on tho reckless waste of An industrious Hugh S. Thompson; for Treasurer, S. 1'. the psrt of the last General Assembly that Some patches that were worse injured than tion is kept up Monday morning. those plowed made twenty bushels to the money for pensions, rum, etc., will go is being made Richardson; for Supt. Education; Rev. El- should meet a hearty indorsement from t and systematic acre, and many of those plowed will not on. An excessive revenue begets Sole & Low-C- ut over tho cntiro county, and wo are in lison Capers; for Adjutant and Inspector the people. Danville Advocate. and corruption. Such a make twenty bushels of corn. I call the revenue is tho result of unjust taxaformed that a considerable sum of General, Gen. A. M. ManigaulL The President did a good thing In veto fields patches because they are so small Although the war ended seventeen Courier-Journal- . Shoes tion. has been procured from the years sgo, the republican party ia deter- ing the River and Harbor Bill. It was a compared with ours. money I have visited Lake Side, on the Penincorruption fund at Washington City mined to keep up the war taxes in time of dirty and monstrous bill a bill full of cans of giant Opening Low-C- ut Shoes & Slipbargain and sale, jobbery and corruption, sular, Keller's Middle Raw, North llaas, powder with cold chisels, making by the kind offices of Billio Bradley, peace, as, rice, 105 per cent.; window-glass- , Miller-Lytlrepresenting swapped votes and crooked and Sugar Islands. Middle Hiss contains sparks lly in the process, is a privileuo inter- 80 per cent.; hollow-war82 per cent.; to bo used in the about 900, North Bass SOO and Sugar 10 on which quarrymen will probably al Cost est. woolen goods, from 53 to 140 per cent., etc. transactions long continued and damnaIsland contains about ways insist; but John Sobcl abused acres. Cincinnati Commercial, It wont do lor democrats to bo idle A movement has been set on foot for ble. l,700acre. All the islands are very pro- this privilege when he hammered open orlukc-tvarone moment longer. Mr. an Investigation of the affairs of the Sol The maw of the Government will con- ductive and dotted with elegant residen his can in front of a powder house con- dierx' Home at Hampton, Va. Among tinue for Lytle, a very rancorous man, of little another year to gouge a hundred ce. A great deal of wine is made here. tainimra ton of powder, the door of capacity, can of himself, it is true, the charges brought against the Superin millions of taxes from the people, which The most lniortant and elegant establish which ho carefully left open. The tendent ia that of his issuing wooden chips only poll the republican vote. The being only receivable at the Home store are not needed to pay its expenses. With ment is that of Joehele, of Middle Rass; resulting (hock, when tho mncazino danger lies iu another quarter. It and beer saloon, where exorbitant prices that recotd to face, the Republican parly 500.000 gallons of wine are made there blow up, was heard all over Chicago, will enter upon the Fall campaign, halt, yearly. Sugar Island belongs to Kentuck in whoso suburbs it was situated, and lies iu democratic apathy and in the are charged. tb lame and blind. Utlca Herald (Rep.) ians, and yields fioui two to three thousand houses unroofed many blocks away. is idle The National Mining Exposition open defection of W. II. Miller. It But after all, tho really appalling ca dollars yearly. It has often been alleged that the modi to deride and belittlo the influence of ed at Denver Tuesday. Nearly every The most interesting sight and event of tastrophe which will open tho eyes of Western State is represented. Military cat profession was a perilous one among this latter gentleman. He will carry my trip so far. is sceirg and hearing De- - tho public to the careless handlint; of from Leadville and other towns of the Indian tribes, since, on the failure to cure Wit Talmage at Like Side, on yesterday dynamite, is still to come. with him to the enemy a considerable Stale participated in the opening exercises. a patient, his relatives ana friends occa He has The city Is crowded with strangers. Hon, sionally kill the doctor, A Spokane, on I.ako Side is six miles from Sandusky, is procession of When a republican Concress wanted thrown into tho race all tho vim and William D. Kelley, of Pensylvania, made the Klamath reservation called in a white under the control of the Methodists, and to put Congressional clccttuns under Close; they are holding a Sunday-schocon Ten tho surveillance of United States ofli medicine man the other day, to prescribe energy of which he is capable. lie the opening address. tion there. In order to make the place cers. a Concressmon was considered Defore learning of the action of the for his sick child. The lad died, and the recognizes it aa his race, and is fightattractive they have had some of the most Federal officer; but when a Republican two Houses in passing the River and Har Indian promptly squared the account by ing for life. prominent men to lecture.. Talmage's Concressional Committee wanted to ces. bor Bill over the President' veto, a large shooting dead the unlucky physician, and Fellow democrats, not one of you subject was "Rig Blunders." He received lovey n tax upon clerks iu tho Depart number of Chicigo business men sent the then quitting the reservation in disgust. can remain at home ou Monday with- President a dispatch, congratulating him Were this Indian fashion to spread among the closest attention, loth during tho lect ments nudjlheir various outposts out danger to your ticket aud to on his firm and decided course in refusing white men, there would be a rapid dimu ure and afterwards. He was very much through tho country, lo save tho memby the ladies for autographs. Many Mrs of that committee from punish his assent to the measure, which they re nition in the crowds of graduates that now beset your party. Not ono of you can stay ment under the law and to brine tho every Summer press from the medical flatter themselves that titer can stmt a e $ from the polls without having cause garded as dangerous legislation. preacher, drummer, lawyer, Ac, but it thickets of tho clorks within reach of Wednesday, as a freight train was pas schools into the avenues of practice. and ashes. to lament it in sack-clottheir hands, a congressman was He would take an expert to spat Talmage. He see sing through Walton, Ky., John Richy New lork Sun. is only five feel seven or eight inches tall clared by tho Attorney General not to Only a full and rousing vote can pre- came out of a saloon and fired two shots Verily, The Indiana Democrats yesterday and wears no store pipe hat, long hair, or bo a United fatates official. vent Mr. Lytle from being your next from a revolver at the conductor and two the "party of great moral ideas" bends him either. Ho brakeman sitting on top of the caboose. nominated an excellent ticket and adopted Prince Albert coat. He is very plain in to its illicel desires in any direction County Judge not a platform which, touching the liquor dress and conduct. His face would rewou!d,only be what the scientists call One of the balls struck John R. Carson, Boston Globo S'ifi.OO SUITS AT 818.00 of the bralcemen, in the head inflicting question, must secure entire unity. We mind one of Geo. O. Barnes. a timulacrum, a. pasteboard judge one Wm. II. Cuyi. Tho sardine last year, by failing to have not believed that a convention of AT 10.00 20.00 with a candle set behind it. Tho a fatal wound. Richy was arrested. Joi.Y0.18S2. makoits accustomed appearance oil the Democrats would so far depart from party In Monroe county, this State, Dish who is France, caused very serious coast of real judge would be tho man principles as to ignore the right of the 18.00 SUITS AT lfi.OO Emberton and Dick Speakman went to the Tho big haU retiro and hoop skirts loss and hardship to thousands of full running him, the roan who, if he is residence of Mr. Garrett, during his ab- people to vote freely on any amendment lo 10.00 SUITC AT 18,50 appear, ilia women, tired of look feared that it might elected, will elect him. This gentle- sence in Tenuessce, and brutally outraged a Stale constitution, and in declaring tng like mushrooms, now want to re--s ermen, and it was return to its old huntinggrounds. never 15.00 SUITS AT 12.50 men, without bond or responsibility, his wife. Garrett's father summoned the against all coercive legislation designed cm bio hogsheads. Breckinridge Scientists discussed tho matter, and professedly to make men sober and moral, admin- neighbors and captured the ravishers. would, in effect, appoint your 12.C0 SUITS AT 10.00 tho suggestion was made, and received and in declaring that the amendment pro- .News. istrators, your guardians, your over- They were identified by their victim, and hibiting the manufacture and sale of spirA brutal husband in Milwaukee fore much support, that tho Gulf Stream 8.00 10.00 SUITS AT seers of roads, make your settlements, started for the Barren county jail under ituous liquors should he submitted to the ed his sick wifo by threats to givo him had probably changed its course, nnd guard, but were overtaken by a mob and taken the little fish with it, perhaps, 7.50 0.00 SUITS AT popular vote at a general election, the $4,Ul)U in cash left her by her lather, and be your judge. Are you prepar- hung. permanently. This would havo indictDemocrats followed party and other valuables, and left for parts ed fatal blow sub? Are you willing to ed for this 8.00 SUITS AT 0.00 The following ia the ticket selected by a lo a largo nnd valua unknown. mit to it? If not, let the whole the Indiana democrats in convention at action. Any other course would have been ble industry, and would havo caused a 5.50 a departure from principle certainly very 7.00 SUITS AT Bob Ingersoll has a summer resi regretablegup in tho sardine supply. Statejicar tho thunder of your indig- Indianopolis Wednesday: For Secretary censurable. In declaring against prohibiilenco at Lioug Beach, Una suggests The expectation was general thatthcro D', Myers; for Auditor, Jas. 1.00 of State, Wm. fi.00 SUITS AT nation on next Monday. tory enactments, the Democratic party is II. Rice; for State Treasurer, Jno. J. Coop, falsely charged with being a "whisky par a question. If ho can't stand the would be no appearance of them the heat of summer in this world, what is presetit season, at any event; but it er; for Attorney General, Hon. Francis T. ty" and NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. "opposed to sobriety and good he going to do in the next. turns out that tho forebodings wero C. It is now thought that Congress will Hord; for Clerk of Supreme Court, S. morals" by tho Republican press, but a schools of the fish Sheerin; for Supt. Public Instruction, Jno, charge Iowa rules unfounded. Lrgo Tho Supreme Court of adjourn on Saturday or Monday. of thit description from such a havo suddenly gladcncd the eyes of tho 80.00 SHOES AT 85.00 Y. HaIcora!e; for Supreme Judge, Geo. J. The New York Republican Stale Consource is not worthy of notice. The facts that a police ollicer is cuilty ot man anxious French fishermen. The Bay I fowl--. slaughter if he strikes u prisoner a fawill be he'd at Saratoga, Septemvention 5.00 SHOES AT 1.00 of the history of prohibitory legislation of Hello Islu is alivo with them. Aud In the British Hsuse of Lords, Mon ber 20. prove conclusively that such legislation tal blow with a club to defeat an at the cause of their absence lust season 1.00 SHOES AT ,1.25 The Sundry Civil Appropriation bill day, amendments to the effect that a land does not work a moral change in the indi tempt to escape, unless the officer has remains obscure. lord could refuse his consent to tenants vidual or reason to believo that he is in dun Senate aggregates aa reported to the .1.00 SHOES AT 2.50 minimize appreciably the decay applying for relief under the bill, in cases of individual of great bodily harm or loss of The attention given by Japan to or public morality. The cer is not tho common school education 2.50 SHOES AT 2.00 During July th Mints coined $3,153,-85- where he believed in the tenant's ability other noticeable feature of the Indiana life. among tho of which $2,130,000 were standard to pay, and that if a tenant who had taken platform is the tariff plank, and in declar It will be fifty years next December least remarkable introduced by many this wouderful changes advantage of the Arrears Bill, subsequentsilver dollars. ing for a tariff for revenue, and one which since Mr. Gladstone entered Parlia Ten years ago The Senate on 'ednenday passed the ly sold his farm, the landlord should be will foster industries and nrevent the crea. ment, and his friends propose to cele progressive country. fifty thousand Government Sunday Civil Bill, appropriating about able to recover out oi the sum of the ten- tion of monopolies, the Indiana Demo brate the event as a jubilee. He was about schools were established. Five years 83.50 LADIES' SHOES AT ant right the amount he had been deprivtwenty-revemillions. first returned to Parliament Decem crats are in accord with the utterances of later, in 1877, they contained nearly ed of by the action of the bill. Yellow fever has broken oatat llrowns-vill3.00 LADIES' SHOES AT 2 50 the National Democratic conventions of ber 13, 1832, and has been a member sixty thousand teachers and over two The President's veto of the River and Texan, and an epidemic ia feared. 1870 and 1880 on this subject. The plank of every House of Commons since that million pupils. Hie annual school ap- 2.50 LADIES' SHOES AT 2.00 Harbor Rill availed nothing, since both time. One death at New Orleana is reported. opioses a monopoly creating protective propriation was upward of five million a $50,000 ap houses Wednesday passed the aggregation tariff, a war tariff, a robber The House ha passed tariff such as It is asserted that of tho 81,600,000 dollars, aud this has been largely sup 2.00 LADIES' SHOES AT 1.50 propriation for the United Slate District of jobbery over his veto and the bill is a ia in ojieration in our country We taken by burglars from tho vaults ot plemented by pnvato guts, wlucli law. The appropriations for the MississipAttorneys' pay for the last fiscal quarter. are content with the Indiana affirmation of tho Northampton (Mass.) National amounted iu fivo years to over eight The House has concurred in the Sen- pi river and the Potomac flat's were among yesterday, for a tariff which prevents the Batik, nearly $1,300,000 have been million dollars, besides pnvato land the items which have the stamp of legitiate amendment cutting down llobeson'n the creation of monopolies is a tariff for recovered. It is now six years since given for school-houserive years Monitor Appropriation from $1,000,000 to macy. The greater portion of the enor- revenue only, such as went into operation tho robbery, and some of tho stolen iiko about of all the children 82.25 LADJES'SLIPPEIIS AT81.05 mous draft on the Treasury presents a $100,000. under Democratic auspices in 1810, and coupon bonds nre now being placed iu ot tho school going ago were iu tlieso 2.00 LADIES'SLIPPEllS AT 1.50 The official figures in the Iowa elec- sickening array of unmitigated jobbery, was remarkably tdvantageoui (o the manu- tho money markets of Europe. institutions, and since tneu t no proporthree-fifthadoption of the Prohibition which is a disgrace to the tion on the 1.75 LADIES'SLIPPEllS AT 1..15 tion lias been increased to ueuly Coufacturing industries of the country. Tho republican party has spent eight amendment to the Constitution, show a Congress, as lust year's pupils numbered rier Journal. 1.50 LADIES'SLIPPEllS AT 1.25 There is very little prospect for lli,e months at Washington trying to show nearly three million. About a fourth majority for adoption of 29,759. pardon of Sergeant Mason, the would-bAccording to the latest official report how utterly incapablo it ia of properly of theso aro girls. This sweeping sysAt Springfield, on Wednesday, on mo 1.25 LADIES'SLIPPEllS AT 1.00 tion of General Kennedy, the republicans assassin of Gulteau, during the term of from the Navy Department there are three aud economically conducting tho pub- - tem of public education cannot fail to .1.. :.!....! .!!. 'i'i..ir..i Mil 9 Ul'liUlUly aid Japan in holding tho high placo UUCUUIb of the Eighth Ohio District renominated the pre.ent administration, unless the hundred officers of all grades on the retir- 1I(J UUSIIlCO-')President should act contrary lo the ad- ed list, whose aggregate pay exceeds seven succeeded and tho peoplo havo a con- she already has attained among enSpeaker Kelfer by acclamation. hundred thousand dollars per annum. venient way of getting rid of such stu- lightened and progressive nations. The House on Wednesday pagited a vice of the Attorney General. Mr. Brewsbill granting to soldier who lost an arm at ter says that Mason's conduct was not on- These beneficiaries render no service to the pid Congrcsscss by whiping them out $1.00 STIIAW HATS AT A very long journey for an unatthe shoulder joint the same iension ($37 ly in violation of law, lut prejudicial to Government, and the only work they do is at them polls. JJ.OO STIIAW HATS AT 2.75 tended child is being made by a lad of per centum of full iwr month) as soldiers who lost a leg at good discipline, which is the main element to draw seventy-fiv- e Somebody has left ou our desk a po- 9 years who arrived at tho railway of strength in the army. The Attorney pay. Many of them are actually receiv- em addressed to Lillian. the hip joint. Wo shall 2.00 STIIAW HATS AT 1.50 Buffalo with a card sewed per not publish it. Not that it isn't pret- station in There is now in bond, Iu the Lexing- General has no Intention of recommneding ing, after this deduction of twenty-fiv- e to his jacket bearing this inscription: 1.50 STIIAW HATS AT 1.00 centum, nearly double the salary they re- ty good poetry. But we don't know ton Kentucky District, 10,000,000 gallon Mason' pardon. This boy, Parker's landing, Pa. In an addrrss at the National Civil ceived when retired. Lilfiuii. This poet makes her out of whisky, the largest amount at any time coinj: to his moth 1.00 STIIAW HATS AT .75 Samuel Brindle. is I nee A system which tolerates barefaced the organization of the Internal Service Reform Association meeting at If slio isu't, wo don't want to er, Mary A. Briudlo, Primroso Banks Newport, R. I., George William Curtis se- abuses, of which this is a conspicuous ex- spread broadcast a wrong impression .75 STIIAW HATS AT .50 ltevenue District. Mills, Old Oldham, Lancashire, Kog-lauverely arraigned President Arthur for the ample, must be radically wrong, and needs of her; and if eho is wo'll do the (lor. St. John's nomination and Canada, Shipping via Montreal. reuioval of competent officers. Fifty per the strong hand of positive correction iting about her ourself. Boston Comnanv, election for a third term at Beaver Lino. Take care of s whose terms exwhich Congress alone can administer. A Post. has cent, of the of Kansas are now assured. He him." The boy had iu his possession during Arthur's Administration had large part of these officers might be used alnady IDG of 370 delegates, and his vote pired A parliamentary return issued yes- when ho started tickets from Buffalo ben dismissed. The President's course In various branches of the navy, because terday shows that in tho first six to Montreal, and Montreal to .LiverIn likely to exceed 220 The piolrncUddiouth In certain parts his been such as to demand some radical they are neither mentally nor physically months of tho present year there were pool; but tho ono conveying tho jour-uo-y of Virginia has beeu broken bv heavy reform. The tyranny of o!!tIcal assess- disabled for duty. 3,010 evictions iu Ireland of which from Buffalo he had lost oil tho Rut as the service is topheavy, and the 2,001 were for rains. It is said that In some localities ments, bulldozing of Government employ of rent way, The polico telegraphed to Pares, with (amines depending on lliem lor younger aspirants for promotion aro ia the and 008 for other causes. corn Ih nots foot high aud on lands The num- ker's Lauding, aud received a reply u plant is to be seen. support, were severely coudemned. majority, their intereits can only be served ber of cases iu which hardship was requesting thorn to forward tho littlo Jor toluce-o.iioThe great llourliiK uilll of Hecker & Should the present session of Congress by rellrlug" seniors couipultorily at iho age caused to tho tenant by his inability traveler, and it would bo mado all it will he the of sixty. two, and thus making room for to pay rent, duo from poverty caused right. Ho was sent ou his way, and Co., the spice and flouring mills of Sawyer, last till the 10th, liters & Fisher and 15 tenement houses longest known since the war. During the ambition at the expense of the Treasury. by bad seasons, is given as 170, and lacked no f'riondly care on his long journey. About a year ago ho ,camo burned In New York. Iams, about $1,250, summer of 1870, wheu Tilden and Hayes Their only olject is to get up thu ladder as the number in which tho or to America with Ins lather, who re 000, Four mill operatives and two firewere nominated, this distraction of (he at rapidly as ixwslble, without oaring who of rent was due to unwilliugnoss men lost their lives. Ofer 600 persons are teution of members caused a prolonged ses- foots the bill, or how muoh It costs to run tear ot injury on the part ot tho ten cently died. Acquaintances thereupant, 310. on provided for his return to his mother machine. throwu out of employment. sion, lasting to the middle of August. Rut the Admiral-makinSnm-Mrchl- n rROrKKMOMlL. T.W.VAKMON. WAI.t.l!--.VArNO- $nif riorournnl STAKFOBD, -- SUMMER ATTOHNHYM AT JjAAV. STANKOIltl. KY. ()m In Owilsr i. Bon's T.W.AW. B. VAHNON, ip KY. Muter Oommlnlonrr sn.l Onunly Attornsr, Will prsrllrolnsll thsCburlsof (IsrraM ami nljololnf muntiMsnl In theUmirtof A'mts. I.ANCASTUIl, ATTOIINJ-J- It. O. nw l.ulMlnf-iKAUFt'MAN. stslrs. AT fjAW, CLOTHING -- ATTOltlMlJV AT JjAW, HTANFOHD, KY. Will rrtrtlro In theUourti ot this and sJlulnlns , Offlr In poimllM arnl In tha (Virl of stair. llwslsr A IWs ns tHilhlln-i- ip THOMA81'. ltll.Ii.Jlt., rT. llm-iar- i e T. ATTOItNiaV AT IjAW, 1MNVII.I.K, KY., Will ursrllfwln ths (nrls of Units sml s.llolnlnt roiinllm ami In lbs Omul of ArwaU, ALKX. ANDKltaON, Nx-la- ACTUAL COST! W. Po!nt-au-Pel- e Will rr.fllrc In all Ihs Onurls of sn.l Mniha rnnnllM, ami In I lis Ohorl of Af-ls- . Sv4al tiratln (lTn ta Offlra . MAHTRHHON l'HYTON, ATTfMtrVJ-- V A'l' LAW, niarjunr cotintr, ixn MlimtTY, KY. is i . 1'irrtca OH. siori-- . rllllnn. t!f .! m Many tho Weights Aro Heavy Enough J. O. UAlU'UNTRH, KKNTUCKY Offir HTANFOItll from Omotfr Until. H. I la S)( I.jll.1. .tor. an J 7 to r. u. hours For Extreme "Winter. J. J. wir,aoN, Offo a ixl DI3NTINT, Courier-Journa- HrtW(or, IiBK Ur HTAMI'Ollll,' KY. Main M. x poll-boo- HUltfiKoN DJ5NT1HJ, HTANFOMl, KY. Offlcs l HUFFMAN. still-hun- Men's Single Puro Nitrous UxlJo lias aJmltliUrsd 11. th.Mrritllot.l. Mouth .Us Main StrMt, two doors abort nk.a D. D. B. O. MOItOAN, and Ladies' y pers at to Reduce Will U In Manfiml two nrarh month, fruiu ftnl JlnnJay. DrnUl roois. in HI Asaph llot.l, oi.r McA ItUr A llrlabt'.. h month Al lAitraittr two weskaof iVa)fii.) MunJsf Iitntalronm. In MawnllouM. ICfvslcnl I'urs nltroui oilJ ( ailnlnlil.rM 3WH1 UI3NT1HT, vti whrnurtrMarr 4S1-- Stock. FOR SALE Vrt I SUH'ltisK HCilOOi, Dh.HHHt by tUrn, ra.nur.utuf Of.nviuoft iri'rovM A. II. AtKlrvwt, Oitrtro, In tn onUr 4 rbrap. !rwulr t Cbrl.tUQ Churrh, lluitarllO, or w-.r- M Kf. J. II. litJ.M.AI, 'Tis Early Counnonco i7KsiicAisr.iFAii9i: to mil from Iailll, a licdiiclioii for Fall Space, but our Stock is sore-head- Large, and it Requires Hence Time to the Slaughtering Pri- Writ I otr.r lo Mil u; LMullful IValtlnf Mill, r.rm ot lCttsnJ atr i. well huprot.J and atrtjudane of slock watrr, ami In a high auto ofeulllTatlon, lyln( I in omit a 11 f on Ilia lurnitko kftwwii Stanford and lnrattrr. A milts trom of a and NlinhiiJ and S wile, from llllUru I'n.k Sl.lm Hi.riii:KniHi. t. lrii. Kj. Lincoln County Farm for Sale! Ths uttr.nl J ih Brett Ar at ftlt.lt salt, farm f lA A('llis lyloa; I rail. North of His Kltrr. sod ntar Iht tiair.nl ruunl Hot. Tbo tan-- t I. itrlllt Tlilrtj-- 0 and In fjo.1 ltndld tlmlrlik, walnut, s.UAr.. and atmoln all Intra.. blot arrr, which I. m wht.t .luhhto. Tht. (arm ran l Imhic hi tow .ml on raay Irrua. for lull txrlkulir.. nil on D.iWrVoll, oath farm, or a.l.l-r- hiatal llllktrt's Crstk I. M-- ll O. Uoculn UMiMjr, Ktoturif hi. ttrtt rrir h Head tli followin dif Stanford Female College. ferences in prices and .STAM'OKI), KY. our earnestness: With a Full Corps of Teachers, ALL Tttaw MIANCHEH OF A sun's Ttili Initiation will n- -n Id Thlilttnlb ontbaad Msodaf In Mtpltiut-tnnL THOnOUGHENGUSHCOURSE Aro lauiht, as wtll at MUHIC, TUB LANOUAOKM. IMIAW. INQ AND l'AINTINU. TERMS MODERATE. In Tuition, rrcular IIO; raoct from las lo HO. and d rrrrtoJj, ITtw.rr. Ulr.latt, J, ISO Inttiutdlati M. In In For full particulars, as to Ituurd, Ac.,dJi i. Klli:il-.AKT, MKN. N. V. Stanford, Lincoln Co.,Kj. Notice J. II. of Incorporation. I. J. J NtwUn.1, W. I. Klo, John Andrraon, Stla. Andtraon, Wm. M Larktjr, N. I". Latter, nj undtr lot rarralt n.utt 'Till-- Mniiroril mill I'trnrlirratlllnTiirnplUr t'omps. nrMof Ik cuupanjr will t4 1'amoi IhtfetftHTtaandl-rceui- aud W 8. Piuonaiuoro hats auria. an lnror.draldroinia. 0. ny." TliirliirlrililatoftranucllnlhaLu.. It at Hlanfsrd, Kj. t. will - Iho raualriKtlon, 0rrttion la to thauu.lota. afthtrotn-n- jr and main. road Icnaru-oo-f amarsJauiliMoritrattl turnpike from a twlnt within 1 uillt. of Stan tar d lo erttlllt, LCjr 3. Tin amHintof capital itock than l'rtch ii two-filth- s Fortv-sevent- h r rrnU, Hit llril to U ald AuiuitSI, 1MJ, and the lut tilt j SO da;. Ihrroalter. 4. Tin rotwratloa I. to eemuitoeo Julr 24, 1MJ, anil coollnuo far Bltjr years from that date, ft. TheatTalr. of theeorioratlon ara to bo eon thoiliare-hoMr- ra dusted li Are directors to UrlrrtM of Ih ruriuratloo. Tha Ant tltrtlou of director, la to Lo held at Hi. Court-llouto Stanford, Juljr 31, 188, and thereafter Iht direc tor, art to U annually tlettnl on the Aral Katurdaj In Jul- - of each -- ear. 0. The ran auhlert Itarlf to no ln- ilttitedneaa litjrond II. surla. 7. l'llralu roerljr la to hs setuit trom rotw co-- it rata drbts. tt,M nor nioi than 110,000, lo I dltldtd lnUtbarrortM,UtloaM In Initallutrnt. or 20 n not Ira. rl lj JIT. VKItMIX AIIYMtTIKKXmK. e . i.. N. Ii a candidal, for IbtulufB of ttHintr Attornsr Uorkcutloat Aufuit Klettlou, IKSi. I. WII.SIOT N. ot IC I. a candidate MAItTlW oltht Court, Aiifuit tlnclluu, for Clerk mi. Uockcailla Countr J.UIIIN II.M r. WAI.F.IX JuJf.of ltotkca.lle, at U a eandldaU lor Cuuntjr A Hill t ,l,lt...a IB-- .- av. I. an liulri-mJeu- t i. mvi:iv.n I.lJKIsXTT, nt poetry-wr- candidal for AaMur of Uotka.llotVuutjr, Aufuat ehxtlou, 1(11. (Jot-ern- office-holder- NAM M. Boys' and Youths' ATTORNEY AT LAW, Mt. Vornon, Ky. ailtolltltli. pre-par- t Clothing, Shoes and Hats in Same Proportion. Will practice hit profrulon In Hockcaall B.i.l la. !. fl..... -- , . attention (lien to collodions, and - VAttlK'JCY J. E. VOWELS' mt. viiitrvorv. jcy Agenoyof l.E ! BRUCE.WARREN&CO. South-Ben- d Chilled Plowi, Avery'u Oast aud Bteel Plowg, Buokeje Reapers & Mowers,Sweepat&kea .ureali-cr- s, Mitchell Tarm Wacom, New llorne Sewing Machines, Tavlor'a Elaatlo Bed g Bpringi, I'imCrkam FHRry.FR at coat by Clrrm. V. T. A0 acre 11k sure In go to tlie poll next Monday -- Dinville ami role the democratic ticket from begin-nln- g $225 delivered on the oar. Advocate. ' loend Friday Morning August 4, 1882 rk police aiithorillea are The New MlM lln.l.K IIimtlFM would li Tory moving In the direction of prohibiting the much obliged to those Indebted to her If glove conleal between John Sullivan and L. N. I0CAL TIME LAID. they would call and settle. "Tug" Wilaon, appointed for Auguat 14. I'siserifrr trains North .. 9 (Oil. H. A ajieclal from the Indian Territory " " Seulh.... I orri.n my enlfre slock of Hummer ....... 3 M F. M grinds at greatly reduced price for the aaya: During tint weekending July .10, . the number of cattle which have paaaed up LOCAL HQTICCS. neit thirty day. . J. V...Hayiikn. .. . the trail footed up a total of 1,10(1,700 Hot Paint of l'rnnjr A MoAllster. At the request of the Slate Central Corn-mltlr- head. The drive i unparaHelid. Netrly Kl.r.vr.N rouNin Hiinr far f I nl MoAI-tst- e Judge M. II. Owsley will sies.k at 12,000 head of boraea havo alao paaard tip r A llrlglil's. (Saturday) at ! There will be another grand round up in ffamfrrel, mkI Omr-n- l nn mintnnllr Halt, Mine o'elerk. September In the Indian country. liiml a A. Owslrr'., -- C. V. Hlgglna bought the Perry Worn, Wr sell na advertised and no mistake. Nkw clock of Jewelry ami Hllrrrwsrn at Penny A MoAlialcrV Unfartrahln weather has given tia a aurpltia all farm of IROJ acre, at $T9J per acre, I'liOlT .Iaiu in any stjrU nml nl your which we will almost giro away, lineup, and Charlton Alexander bought H.mi Pry- irir at MoAIMer A llrlijlils. VahiiimA(3. nr'afarm of about 70' acrea, nt $100 per ACENTSAREMAKiNQUiuuiuniQ it iiiQTDATcn Citmn Mii.ij. Hotliiiin Mill and evapoiuui-uuu- ii Oreeii Clay, Jr, who llvr ne.ir 2100 PER MONTH It.iseuirg M( iwri ftmtJtM vntT Tiir Hotel which the democrats oflhla acre orator (or silo fy A. Owsley. ! fkirm m trttllftf r Hr j. I'tattlA. I It ! tM Utl 4. mm half way betwrcn Pari and Mlllerahurg, . 400 1 trmpvm; Itl M rtwtlkM. 0 Iwawwla, ttfftMUf, trtU.ir. tMf't f 1,000 Pht. rlMr hit vlr'4 r mh alti. .tlirU. i tk rrovMfia., r rkliv1lfi Lovr.ltt iif Otio.1 TrA will fin.l Ilia Lent pounly are asked to veto for next Monday u4 Sarm IHaKtiratUa Ilif IS aerea of wheat which averaged 11 , 4 wat4 VtlrtM isiiuhi , M. iW Jmbw m4 t.Tt Finnw tir (Mr f Vwrlitrf MeAllslcr's ubuIiI hinlly lie romiiosed fn lli rlty nt Penny of n hel raked iwf TI sn1 Urma rt rvwt tdMiM twitst l miw Ihf Ml LARGEST STOCK WATOHES.OLOCKS, "MMlJM,JMyM"'jJ'' Watdii w, Clock" ami Jewelrr rrnirnl ler (piallfled ret of men or truer demo biiahela, another pircn 'IS buahela lo the Hour Ikiii Sun, aero. N1XVJEKWAKK AM ami warrantol by Penny A MoAllster. crat. -- Mr. C.U. Fox bought of Mr. John W. Wantku, Country luron. highest mar-ke- t Ever brought to this market. Prices Lowor than the Lowost. Watches, OlocVj and Mn. IIhniirimom P, YouNd, of High Yerkea a collage on Main atritt, oppoail price in cm)i paid. Mo Aliater A Ilrifcht. Jewelry Repaired on short notice, and WarraateTl. Puhr Allien fruit Vinegar, " tlie land, la the candidate for jailer on the Mil McDowell Park, at $1,8 JO. The purcliaxcr world, for pale only by MoAlislerA Hrlght. ler.Iiytle ticket. II any other candidate! will occupy It There wereahlpped from and Yott will find the lirnt hare been named we hare leen unable to thla atatlon during the month of July, Bucklcn't Amica Salve. my coat, that sectarianism and clerisy were cigar in town at Penny A MoAlis-ter's- . find them out. DI1LK IK m huahela of wheal, and 0..100 bunhela of stronger ruling passion than any weak Tlis Ixft aalvs In the worM fur Cuts, Ilrulws, Boies, Ulcers, 8stt Itheum, Perer orM, Tetter, Pretty goixl for Danville for sentiment of old association. Dayton potatoe. HOOKS, lUitiiM Dahkon have juat received J. II. A H. II.'Hiianki are receiving ami thipiI llsmls, Clilltilalm, (Turin, snt stlfkln Physicians' Prescriptions accurately eoinpoiinde.1. Pharmaceutical Preparatluna a i peclalty. 0ienliiK nice new lot of 'Mtfrt Htaes 1ft tuna ol Ire, which they will aell in one month. These ahlpmcnU represent alway conservative to a fault now brist- Eruptions, snl posltlrely cores piles. Itlsfiisr-sntelow cut. Danville Advocate. lo .!? entire latlnhrtlon or money refund-ei- l. led with hostility to me, especially; first, email Iota at I centa per pound. Peraona over $o0,000. For sal l,jr Penny A A I'UI.I. line of California Canned floods, Pries Zl win per Cincinnati. The oatlle . market I rh an Kvangelist at all; secondly, a the C. BlilGIIT. J. IT. MoAMSTEU. Including Apricots, dripc, 1'esra, lViches wanting Inrge lola can get it on reaaonable quiet and prices range aa follow: Com- liornuxl and hwjlftt of them all; thirdly, a McAH'ter. tcriiia. They still aell manufactured ice at MoAllster and Hrir,htV and Kit Plum at tree of Charge. to medium. $.1 60 CO; fair mon, $2 a Kentucky Kvangelist, from n polntSouth 1 cent per ound. All ixraons suffering from Coughs, ColJs, Aith- 4 25; good to choice butcher gradea,$l 50(i) of Mason A Dixon' line; fourthly, is an PERSONAL. of Voice, or sny sfleetlon of 1). Wraurm and the Lincoln Mn. (lixj. extra, $5.60; good to choice iifmUite dcrgymnn, under the direct bann of ins, Rrontlillls,Ixs to call at Diu anii Mil. C. C. Cox have gone to Mill are rejecting a great deal of the wheat 5.25; aoine the Throat snl Liingf.sre $-25(nl 75; good to choice heifer, my old sect; fifthly, a "Faith Cart" man; Penny A McAlliter's Drug gtore and get a Trial cows, Montlcello. that I now lielng delivered, on account of $4.755.25; common to fair oxen, $3!.-60- ; S, sixthly, a an advocate of the "holiness Mottle of King's New Illacoiery for Consumption, Miw. D. It. Kiimiston la at Crab Or- itadampneaa. They adfie farmer to put free of charge, which will convloce them of Its good to choice do, $5G; fair to good movement," which in' this city 1 especialchard Spring. regutsr doltsr-li- s ofTthreahlng until It get in belter condi. shipper, $5 atockera and gratiera, ly unpopular for sundry reasons, that I wonderful raerlu.and show whst s bottle will do. Callesrly. Mm Pkter M. MoKobfkts, of Camp Hon. $.'t.7iV1.60; some light yearlinga and may not turn aside to state; and seventhly, Nelson, Is here. Do Not be Dtceited. A MiAiiFER belonging to the Pullman calvK, $2($350. Horn. Market eleadr a one addicted lo the use of slang and Mm. J, S. Munrnv haa returned from In them tlmea of quick nedlclDe advertiseA Hamilton ahow got into "uncle" Hob and firm for all good grade, but not active. rough jokea that lowered the tono of reliOur stock of Orocerics and Pamily Supplies generally is always Full llockcastle Springs, ments everywhere. It Is truly gratifying to And Murphy, of Somerael, lo the amount of Prices are na follows: Selected butchers gion In general and my own services in one remedy that ! worthy of praise, and which and Fresh. We wonld call especial attention to our line of Canned Qoods, Mn. ltour.iiT Dunn, of Hiolunond, and heavy ahlppcra, $S.40(Si8.85; fair to particular. SU.OOO, but he followed him to ChattanooKlectrlc Hitlers we which is the Largest and Most Complete in the citj, and prices to corresreally does as recommended. waa In town tbla week. ga, had him arreatcd, when the money waa good packer, $7 BOfi 40; fair to good All these, not lo mention tlie exaggera- can vouch for aa being a true and reliable remedy, pond with the times'. Mim Moi.lib Joiintton has returned They Inreturned. Uncle I!ob waa expecting a re- - light, $7.0O(W8 'M; some of leM weight and ted reKirt of very startling heresies in the and sne that will do as recommended. Complaints, We invite you to examine onr stock and prices before yon purchase. and Liver from a visit to Ilnnon. 75 way of doctrines, that had been diligently variably cute Stounch lower quality, $7.60f.i)7.85; common $0 of 1,000 from n f 2,000 inycatment. We pay the Highest Market Price, Cash or Trade, for all kinds of Conn-tr- y Dlsesses of the Kidneys and Urinary difficulties. Mn. (J. M. Davisox, of Yarnelllom lurn fn7!5; stock boga, ;C7.35. SiiEEr. Produce. circulated, and of which the very air was We know whereof wa tpesk, snd esn readily ssy, Payette county, in at home. Till: Lexington Prmt aaya: "We hate Common to fair, $2 763; good to choice, full. When I quietly think It all ove, I give them s trial. Sold st fifty cents a bottle by Don't forget the place Corner Store, St. Asaph Block. la visiting received through rery direct and reliable ii Hah, of Somerset, C5; Block am astonished that we have made the Penny A McAliiter. 3.75$i 50;ome extra, $I.C0-Ida kinsfolk in tli! Ticlnity. men the pleaaant Information that Iheltey. ewe, $2 50 .160. There iaeome lmprove uroEres we have, and l'HAISE THK CK 4r COnP"lay at home, (tamples worth Mim Kati. Hlain, of Htistonville, la (len. KIchard M. Oano haa juat made $10,-00- 0 iTODE3C3Nr IU cfes ment in the demand for Iambi, and market LOUD that It is bh well with u today l'ortland, 9--Maine. frM AiUlrra Btixsoh A Co., Tithing Miss Panlhca MoKlnncy. In a land trade in Texaa. He juit zn WIIOI.KHAI.IS AND ltKTAII. DEALERS IN ia active and atronger. Prices: Common as it Is. Mim Mauy IIiioxaihiii, of Nicholas-yllle- , much deaerrca a atrttk of good luck an to fair, $l4.75; good to cholct !55.50; MADISON COUNTY The situation Is now about a follows: ia Tilling Miss HIIm A. Knglrman. any gentleman we know." The Omeral some extra, $5.C05 76. A large proportion ol the ministers are Mm Mauy Moiikow, of Somerset, it haa a great many frienda here who would taking their Summer vacations. Hence, on a visit to Mis Nannie Paster, of he glut to hear ol a continuation ol ilia In Reply to an Article in the Apostolic Times. we are spared the earjier trial of the Stat Music, Boob, and all Kinjs of Musical Htrchsdiie, above. Chad Oucjiakii, Ky., Aug. 3, '82. THF.IIt NEXT meeting, in the personal opjioaition from WILL HOLD AT KICHMOND, ANNUAL MEET-IN- (J KY ON Mr. J. I). CiianiiI.kii, of Pine Hill, lilUar Inltrlor Jvunal Tiir Dinville Fair commenced Tucadty parlor. S paired on train yesterday, en route to the withlargeal crowd ever present on the C ml Although not a rubcribr to your very the pulpit and the The local papers have bath resumed reDanville Fair. haa Wen very good valuable, moat Interesting and ably conilay, and thu attendance Is a sure indication of the AND CONTINUE 5 DAYS. Our editor waa spending a few daya nt aioce. The following are the premiumi ducted liajier, I feel called upon to ask of porting, which HAiNOS, statu of the public pulse, these Institutions Old Point Comferl, Va, the last time we taken by Lincoln pooplo o faraa we have you apace to briefly reply to a curiloti having nothing to do but feel It, and act in TWO SI'LEXIIIli TROTTIXM HACKS In Rosewood, Satinwood, Mahogony, Freuclt Walnut and Ehoiiized Cases, in heard from him. hoard: Mm R S. Holme', cotton ijuill; and libelous article that appeared in the Its beatings. The con Each Day (her the ltcst Ilnir-elegant designs to correspond with any style ol Furniture. Mm Lucy (I kay and mix, Joiikan Mra. J. M. l'liilipa, cer. fnr knitted counter-Jun- columns of the JpotUJie 7Tmcs of last week, accordance with Mllc Track InthoStnto. gregations steadily grow in sire and inter- P. OrtAV, of Louisville, were visiting Mr. Traylor Uroa, roidatcr alallion; H. In which the yiwd jxvJe of Crab Orchard Organs, Church Organs, est, The confessions are beginning to come Oeo. II. llruce thia week. LIHEKAL PREMIUMS heifer-- lien. and vicinity, were pronounced bullies, It. A K P. Woods, for in the LARUE dead-beat- s living upon steadily for any thing called Shcop, Hops, Fowls, Mil. Jof. F. Watmw, the Ilarpel ol Spalding, bull otlf anl 2yetr-oland whisky soils, For Cattle, With ono Manual, with two Manuals and Pedals, containing the most beaubull; soul and 111 for body, beMules, Jacks run! .fennels, the I.vrrniOll JullllNAt. office, anme tip J. P. KifTe, aKtl bull. abort rations, and fit only for treason and sermon. 67 for tiful, powerful and useful combinations ever procured Harness nntl Sad. sides numerous reonsei at meetings in yeaterday losce, lie. lie I lint nble to in reed Instruments. forKil. It Is seldom that a writer can which the "Higher Life" was tiie theme of die Horse. MARRIAGES. work yet though. be found so lost lo those finer attributes of discourse. The solid stare, or the impolite Wo invite tho public attention to our large and well selected stock ol Special train, each day from Dantilla Junction Hon. HoniiiT lll.AlN waa In town I'inki.htun 1'KARcn. On yesterday, human nature, a love of justice and truth, often visible in faces on st ASM A. . Ixravea Sianford at C:3T; Lancnter, Wednesday, He loa leen tery feeble for near Crab Orchard, Mr. John l'inklelon aa to thila unwarrantably assail an uiiof-fendin- g scowL or neer so ORGANS, and our unequaled facilities for furnishing returning 7:22, at Klchniond have alter arrivinguver, reaching at 9 o'clock; C.40 r. a., the dining room, Lancaiter st Fair Is the best class of instruments at low rates. Wo purchase for net cash in week or two and la atlll tinaldo to ami Mlaa Ilettle l'earce were married. The community of people. Hut not- the street, or in the Danville Junction 7:10. softened expression, or at Htinford,7:10 sud an. I ltmlillni. fnpnl.la.tal flAA.1 t Imru. larger quantities than any other house in this city. The expense of our ...11. withstanding the brazen impudence of the given place to a attend to hunineM. groom ia 20 and tho bride 111. salutation. The timidi entered In regular troll Free, for lnfonustlon ORGAN Department is far less than some housMiMtM Lgttik Huioi, Fannie Keid of thia flJiatribe, with a thoughtful time a courteous or catalogues au.ireu J. " Harris, ires., or Btii.i. Timmkulakk. Mr. John M. author noyiioou is, in G w. it. I.E1 UHKH, neey,, es doing exclusively n Piano and Organ trade. We have reached lower and llclle Itoot, and Mr. and Mra. Cam Held tcllaualhat Mr. I'eter Ivitill, a wealthy prudence, indicative either of a touch of ty or the old fncnm ol Klchniond, Ky. place to prices than have lieen tendered by any dealers in this market, and guarantee Hay, left yeaterday to rpend a while at gentleman, of Madiron countf , Ky , and conscience or cowardice, he conceals him- many case, vanishing and giving all instruments as represented. Wo sell on easy monthly or quarterly paypublic view and leaves conject a liold avowal of parlizanship. ltockcaalle Spring. Mra. M. A. Timberlake, nf New Orleans self from The deai LOUD supplies our want day ments, and nny instrument taken on trial, not proving as represented, may Mtwrn Kati: Khrmn, of Lebinon who haa many fritnda and acquaintance, ure, merely, to tho.w slandered and defam For ail which we must fervently Wo solicit correspondence with persons desirJw returned at our expense. and Hudle AVilliima, of Blitebelhtewn, here, were married at Suuimitt, Mlaa., on ed. That anonymous writers should be al by day. IMtAISK TIIE LOUD. ing to purchase, ami take pleasuro in answering nil inquiries. lowed to enter the column of a journal, were the gurtla of Mra. (I to. II. llruce a the d till. We tender oongratulallona. Gro.O. Hahnes. EverinJeun. claiming Apostolic ways and methods, and Buccessois to Daugherty A Holmes, & CO. day or two thta week. RELIGIOUS. devoted wholly to the meek and lowly Minn Avik Lackry, of Parkarllle, To The farmers. STANFOKD. - - KENTUCKY, who hu been rialting Mlaa Kmma Oooil, W.T.Tyiee writea u that he ha juat Natuene, to defame an unoffending people We wish to say that in the future w If 'Christianity is will under no consideration receive anj ol TurneraTllle, returned home Weilnea. cloel a moat interesting meeting at Kob-erl- a' is indeed abounding. MAMuracTuaars or day. Mlaa Kmma accompanied her. unless it is tbouroughly tlrj Chapel, near the C.i-e- T line, during ever to subdue the evil passions of men, from Hood Worthlnglon, at $2 per barrel; from Jno. Htodghlll, at $2 2S ile llvered; 00 acre from Fred Harrla, 8r., at 2CY. INDUCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY ! -- ' 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 cent, less than present value. Money saved is money made. Come and see me. JKespectruiiy, iiuix. a. jj i tjliij. To reduce my stock of Summer Goods, I will offer at Very Low Prices, for the next 60 days, my stock of Laces, Hamburg Edging, Lace Curtains, India PENNY & of McALLSTEll, aTJESTTDESILillSIS. The JEWELRY s mniiniituu lULuuiuniuu QTnn.nnnk'i !. I'' PENNY DRUGS, & McALISTER n. STATIONERY &PANCY ARTICLES. Ike lx. 603 reutel K'Mstei&BrisidM St. AsaxIi ISlock, 607, - - Ntani'ord, Kentucky. f J 03E3CTJ3ER.OH OO.. Fair Association PIANOS AND ORGANS I, CINCINNATI, Grand PIANOS, Square TUESDAY, AUG. s, NO. 66 WEST FOURTH O. and Upright PIANOS, A' Elegant Parlor Organs, Chanel lit PIANOS and PIANO and Daugherty&Hyde JOHN CHURCH more wheat additions to the and bring fallen humanity into tho glori and according to contract. Wheat is now ous light q( the gospel of the Lord Jesus damp and juit in the sweat. Parties who Jama and Mr. Clarence While, of Iotita-yllle- , church. who are now Humnif ring at Crab St. Jauoba seems to have anticipated Christ, It will be by the manifestation of a thresh their wheat in this condition do no STANFORD, LANCASTER and HUST0NVILLE, Rpringa, made nur oflire a ple.ta.int Brother llarne in Dayton, and the exten- spirit of love and truthfulness, that the at their own risk. Respectfully, call Wedoeaday. MCAUSTER & 8ALLEE. sive uae of his oil has made evangelical Time has yet to seek. To enter into speDEAI.KIt IK- Mn. I). C. Piilunh, and bta Iter Lti- - anointmrnt unnecessary; at least there cific denials of the asseverations of this OLD ROCKCASTLE TO THE FRONT. la, of Paint I.tok, called to co tia while in doesn't appear to lie any large demand concealed calumniator, would bo treating Seeds, the city aereral daya airo. They wialieil lo among the Daytnnlana for Ilrother Barne' him with a consideration that a christian Reaching out for the rich, the poor, the uentleman alone could appreciate. To lauic, the hlind and the halt. Come one, am into tome of the myaterlea of the printoil. Cincinnati Commercial. ing butineaa, and we took great pleaaurc In The new Haplist Church which will cast icarl before awine ia reprehensible, cotno all to her healing water. The prot, therefore, I prietor desire to state that from now allowing them through our office. be erected on Ihe silo of the old one at the condemned by corner of Main street and Lancaster aven- purpose simply to hold this foul scribe np until the 1st of October thej have reduced LOCAL MATTERS. virue, was let out lat week. C. Stafford se- to the condemnation of the good and thu board to one dollar per day, so that all FhUItJaim of all kinds at llruce, War- cured t tic wood and stone work, painting tuous every whore, as a defamer and scav- may have an opportunity to drink of her ren A Co.'. T. 1 lirawner enger, living alone' In the purlieus of soci- hcaline water. Wo htve also made ar and platerlng for feasting upon carrion h!s presence rangements with Ihe L. & N. Railroad and No true democrat will fall to bo at the Ihe brick work for $3,000. The plan of ety, and the church is similar in design to the new spontaneously uenerales. Heckles and the C. 6. R. II. to sell excursion ticket for WAGONS OF ALL KINDS. Monday. jolla next ly erected Methodist church, of the Gothic perfidious scribbler, avaunt I round trips at a price that all can afford. Winsiiurselur Carrlama of sll descriptions, Jiwt received a new line of buggr and atylo We Hatter ourselves that the place ia in mnlovlnff onlv ltichmond Herald, a workmen and uilnE PRAISE THE LORD." W. T. flrteii. wagon harneaa. material, snd sell at reasonable The Interest in the meeting at the .better running order than It waa ever only figures style, workmioiblp and material conild-ereDayton, Ohio, Aug.2od, 18S2. supplied with fish, vegetaknown, alway MAIKJ1IEKTY A HYDE. ll rijumK W. K. Caiisos ia a candidate for Christian church Is increasing. The con r Inlntors ble In great abundance from their own the magiatrntea of gregations are large, notwithstanding this as one of Let me give you aa best I can, la a yery buay season with the farmers. garden, and milk and butter of their own Stanford precinct. DECRETAL SALE why." Krery effect must have, There have been ten additions so far. We the "reason production. Wo hope all who are dispos-n- l OF The total amount of premiums to lie give below their nanus: Mrs. IxniU II. a cause, and this Dayton meeting is not an will come at once. given at the Mndiaon fair, which commen- Kamaey, Lucy and Clarence Tate, Annie exception to the rule. What I write about Kockcastlk SrniNcw Co. I is $.1,550. muddle into which some ce next Tue-da- j, 3NT I X7V I u I I1VE llaughman, Albert Severance, Willie Mob-erl- it may abate the ol your reader may have fallen In lookNKW AUVKUTISKMKSTS. Jiuimie llaughman and Lucy ISalley, sjpoRizsra- Ladiej, call and examine the light runing at surface fact. Know then, that long ning New Home fiewlng Machine, tho bet who were baptited in Ixgan's Creek, Wedbefore our coining to Dayton, the whole has two rood. TITCJ B.O.rennli In ye world, for sale at Chenault, fever. nesday; and two daughters ol Mr. J. M. iu Kvangelism had received XJiiAiYlb strong tesuis ana is irepirtu lill .iu ill kinds ol hsulluif. lis will work ouo ot Hendricks, who, with others that may pro-le- t aubject of lay nnce.Co's. ministers of the tesuis to jiowers If desired, tllvs blmajob. before that time, will he baptized to. anxious attention from the it rlrlno ols decree rendered at the Special Hkuvk, Wauukk A Co. nro determined, had been decided, Court, day immediately after the morning service. various churches, and it Juns Term, 1882, of tlis Lincoln CircuitAc., vs. lu even at a sacrifice, to reduce their stock of I. U.lMtlCIUMT 4 11 with great unanimity, to give no countethe sctlon of W. (I. Welch, Truitee, k l ky The meeting will continue until after Suntbs undrriigued us Master turn. goods as will be reen by their advertisement somno- Is a randl.Utw lor lbs offiee of Msglttrsle In tbs Hhclbjr. Jr., et si,tAjurt wu, wn nance 16 the "r.cw departure," that, day. miasioiieroi hm t'recluct. Kt&d and profit thereby. In this Iue. lent alnco Wesley and Whllcfield's time blsnferd 10, '82, LAND, STOCK AND CROP, fr AflhesHel had reawakened under Ihe stirring utterbout a quarter of an A wit, containing oth-eWe sro authorized to announcs At 3 o'clock r. M.. on the iirciulwi, sell at public T. J. Call, of Montlcello, bought of ance of Moody, Whittle, Varley and acre, lying back of the I'resbrterlan church suction, to the highest bidder, the Crab Orcnard !) bluings l'roiKTljr, to enforce ths iirovltloni of a In Ihe zenith of his popularity! SQUIHK M. C. lOKTMAN lot, and belonging to the town, wa sold Iwls Jones mareii at $110. deed of trust for the beuellt ot terlsln creditors, H. 11. llronaugh, ol Crab Orchard, Moody could not be called lo Dayton, for Mr. 20 lb eiecutidbr I. Bhelbr. Jr..).sod wife on therecord to the otlira of yesterday to George Mlddlcton, colored, A eaudldate fur Welch, and of dsj of April, lull, I" W. haa 06 No, 1 breeding ewes: for sale. lu tbs Suutiud l'reclnet. this reaon, although repealed attempts for $110. In the omes or me cicik 01 me iwucuiu kaj, wjuh. Johnnie Cope, the finest Clydesdale were made to have him summoned to This proixrlr coml.Uof 73 Arrss of Shaded I.01T. A red lurrow, weighing about stallion In America, and weighing -- ,600 the rescue. For a like catwe, Whittle, the Very Desirable Farm For Sale. I.sns.os whlfli ars the fatness a, Kuioni, hu. nhsrsnil Clislibests Springs, of " Underhit In left ear and silt 260 pounds. Urlrk lletel with tin, Hater. Ac, of Co gentlest of men, and perhaps the least ofpounds, died at Monmouth, III. htables, Ae., all aitordlng sccoiuuioditlou will pay for his delivery lo me, in right. I We got the following prices for wheat fensive Evangelist of any in the field toI wish to Mil uiy brui, lying ou th Hanging for U)0 guests. The place has Un a popular bum. rears, sud situated luer or Information that will lead to hU recov- - from Mr. Geo. 1), Weareu lad evening: In day, ("oileiislvti" in Ihe wise of arousing lotk. alut 4 miles Irom ciauiuru, aua comsiuius colli resort for overall feet sbove Isthe Ohio lu Mil Tiller, count, Kv , M0 about ISOarresofreal llanglng Fork laud. UoJ s purcbsi' try. H.J. Darst. either IJ New York, $1.1 1; Ihltlmore, $l.l!l; Stan, opposition among the Sectarian clergy by adMnlug thsabov oularffil cnoililbcm boault sur on the Kuuxvllle llrsocUoftbeliuliillleANuh-Till- n lu ul irtl.Utrapt Unnt It It , and hss direct snd rspid cuuuuuui-catioj could not be called lo Day ons desiring to lun haw. I wsut to sell ud going all the prlucips! tltlea and towns of ford, 80 cents, his utterances) with Wk will taku it aa a spccUl favor If tho Kentucky, Tennessee, Loulilans, Vlrgluls and case, many ,aW"' Walter Payne, of Kayelte, has sold the ton, though, as In Moody' " JOHN W. l'ENNINQTOK officers cf the election In the dlflVrent At'aams thus slid place will U sold In bulk all I Sin. will forward us the vote of next msro Mary Howard, by imp. Hartington, longeil to have Hint contiuci a meeting the irsousltr on tbs place conveyed lo the Truslvj Carrl-guhere. The antagonism to Ihe whole Evan tee by ths deed of Iruat storessld, consisting of Monday as soon that evening a the final and suckling colt by Virgil, to SALE. Ksrnlturr, Ussdlngi Llara, Table. Mare, Ouul. -"cj of Colorado, fur $1,000, gelistic movement was so pronounced, and DESIRABLE PI10PERTY FOR lie ascertained. buses, llsgons, Ae.,ecepllug suib as has beta result can iiurthssed for the seswu ol 1812, which will lie , NvirlthuU'rH, MsiHvrM, llity-HnUt'It. W. Given, and llenedict Spalding, the opposition sut lu such solid array, that llwipi't-Hv house, ou tha eottags order, 1. .1.1 I oiler for - 1'l.KASU NoTli-R- . All persona Indebted havfTdellvered their cattle engaged recent, It waa supposed by the lovers of peace, no with 5 roomssals iiiy rcu snd sbout 8 seres of Isud NulKy IMuun, and s The sales will be lusde without reserve and will for . luvest lbs btauford . either by nolo or ly at 0 cents. The former had 20 that good could result in Ihe presence of even altavhoJ, luiuiedlsteljr ou Wouleu Mills. A lluilon-vtll- s afford an uupmedeuted oiinortunllr ne given on CnltUiitorx, llitrruHH, Ilay-rreKsctojlale A Nunnellcv, .i.. On ssld lueut or isHUlslluu, ruueaalou win ldke,uit above ths Nlriiiv-CullurThrcMk- e soouer Irult ths account will please oorue forward and averaged 1,660 iuunda, and the latter 10 such devoted men as those above named, Isnd Ibers are g sows 7u selected nltusr treesIt.uow ends 15th ot beptember, ltl, orxiltee. lr the sesson sll of Iiutvvt er, water and before that dsts. '1 lie besrlug; llltf JrltlfllllH'H HUU J.IIKIHHS,7tX Immediately. Tho builneas mint bo averaging 1,680. and rood stone Iprlni- - Mill 111 MwlMnirrrl,riirtiill or Inter. even could they have been prevailed upon, ...M.urv urn. Mills JohuH.Muri.ur USTIugiiveuners S or ( irreriit mirre-asrii- l We buy up. A. T. Nunnelley. J. U Caldwell, this county, sold to to come. So tho thing went on, until, Ig- Imuie. ujrt b never lived st more pleassut pise bun iiinlcr Ihe lunnngeiueiit uf Jii, J. Anil otler Iuipleinenls autl Macliinery. consequently exclosiTely from Manufactuterti llm )feSl .- iii d obtain tlie largest discount and lots, aud direct, for casb, in w as. uoiir.n. ivwuers. 1'. KubliiHitu. 130 New York cattle, to be norant of all the fact lu the case, and sup Qoods a; Reasonable Prices Credit ofJ snd 12 mouths for boll; etsuiora, k(. that It U the lepubllcau Collins Gentry freight. Our motto is i "first-clas- s IKllMS W'Karo told lowest rates of rvoulred with Kuod ,MrMiiBllv lLiiid .u.liip .i..l f delivered from Nor. 16th to Dec. 1th, at posing "lu the InnoccDce of my heart, that the Best ia alwaji tbo Obeapest." Kcspectfully, election programe for next Monday to vole boiuseasllr uiads. eraouslswurlljr. besrlug iiwr sent, fiout dsy of C70AWKIIK. Illadsrst 01 cents. They weru bought for Lehuiau A the sou of my father, could not receive A lieu sCustlr OutOtlrce. Address TaWK 4 Co., Au- - wis snd bsvluglbe etteit of Judgwisuls. ilia Lincoln neirroM as earlr as possible in Buvnfoi J ,Ky GEO. D. tlwrelslned. I'enululou given puitbssers to U v weigh. L.C0O lb, any thing Its than a fair hoaring in the guits, Mslne. befors uiilurtly. If desired. them to Garrard, llro-- j Maryland, and .will IhUtcouuty and theu Uke uwu tuwu. Truis snd i ulT bonds at sur thus MIM.IAMN; lVITIIKUS, A Managsra llustvuvllleVspet w. Manager W.W. VVK1.0U, Caldwell purclia. place of his Kjpular ministry, and the 5RRA weeklu your when dellver(dH.HJ. Co., 'outfit free. Address II. lUlLkm 4 DeruocTsla should keep their eyes open and liuiastsr Dspot. Uaa. Comsr, L. Q, a Jul it, Hit, crops of corni 70 acres home of my boyhood, I came, to find to 1'orlUnd, Mslue, Md thu following see that this Is not done, MiaaiJi Mamir Mminri.t. and Cera which there were fifty-fou- r Fine Carriages, Buggies, GEO. Grain, 0. WEAREN, -- Wool, Orchard Grass and other Holy-Wri- AND PHAETONS. iW. fint-clas- Aral-cla- d. ORCHARD JF A.IDFL -- Gr vt'.cjoitk, I O S, (CO-- THURSDAY, AUG. r. Msgls-trst- e Thrse-Mor- jr . U u. b Trvy' ,aJt '. es C'orn-lMaiilcrcar-loa- m-- AwSSS C3-C3-- 1 .3srr ni.ur-tl- K, drain Drill, C'orii-Sliellcr- set-Ti- uevcr-rsllln- ' fr in 9' a r. WEAREN, giu:i:. The hard rains at Cincinnati and all during the present year there has been neialong the ljn of the Ohio River,-am- i up ther the excuse of nor,tht of I'rcal IV - IT I...L.t.- JVlvrrs, causejf dentlsl conventions, Tltere Is evidently inn rwciiuit; - nnti .rvannwfia- Tit the Ohio IHver to rise from Pltlsbnrg to great lack of system In arranging the bus Cairo, (litis enabling steamers to make reg- Iness of Congress, and an almost hopeless tendency to waste the best part of the year Angnst 4, 1882 ular trips. Friday Morning, The Iowa republicans have nominated In Irrelevant debate. for Secretary of Slate, J. A. Hull, present A special from London says : The reEDITOR lnciimlnt; Auditor, W. P. WALTON, J. L. Drown; Attor- fusal of Italy toco operate with England ney General, Smith Mcl'herson, present in- - in downing Arab! Pasha may be taken aa DEMOCRATIC STATC AND COUNTT TICKET cumlient; Judge of the Supreme Court, representing the attitude of Germany and Judge Stivers. Austria, High authorities at Berlin assert jfFonScrininii Jurir-MA- J. A. F. Rtrruani. Twelve Chinamen were landed at that Ilussia is abjilt to quit her passive 1011 Arrm.LATK CLiax Civr. T, J. II hurt. New York, Monday, by a steamer from attitude and favor one directly hostile to Havana, The fact was learned, on inqui- the British pretensions In Egypt, Accord4 S f6 OoOKTr jRDflR K. W. PaOWK. ry, that the immigration 'aw, ing to Intelligence received from diplomat- F8S OtlBXTT ATTPmiltT I). IX. CmrEKTCB. pastvd by Congress. May 0, does not go Into ie sources, the action of llussla Is due to fo CouutT Cliix John Ht.it. effect until August 6, the persons! initiative of Caar Alexander, FfiR .m(iirr- -J N. M"vit. In the United Slates House, the bill who is dissatisfied with the independent FosAmhsob-- J. II. lioness. to place General Grant on the retired list attitude of England nnd with Gladstone's of the army, with the rank and pay of repeated declaration that England, under I'o Jiarn-- T. I). Nkwlaxd. General, was referred to the Committee on certain circumstances, would undertake the FoiStiRvmon-- r. II. Howard. Military Affairs, where it will rest until task of restoring order in Egrpt, Koi PnsoKta W. J. lUimimstr, next Winter, at least, KOC)HITAnL(STAKrORt) I'RICINCt) TotBRRT PRESS OPINIONS. The Secretary of the Interior decides Marti.i. the Desf rt Land Act required more than We would take a few bets for clisritabb mere conducting of water upon land to purposes, that Mr. Kelfer will not be the The Election Monday, which title Is sought. Irrigation must Sjieaker of the next Houe. Cincinnati Tlio republicans under tho shrewd thoroughly prepare the land for the pro- Commercial. advice and guidance of Mr. W. II. duction of an agricultural crop. Mr, Authur is said to .have abandoned Miller nro playing a fine game for tho -- The Ulica (N. Y.) Otjerrer says: ambition. He has sue- control of this county. There arc very few men in Congress, Irre- his second-terMr. Lytlo and Mr. Young are as spective of parties, who will not confess ceeded thus far very well In making It posyet, tho only candidates who admit that Kentucky leads all other States in the sible for his party to be whipped in ISSi Courier-Journatho soft impeachment, but domocrats ability, eloquence and general brilliancy of her Congressional representation. The two cent school-tashould be voted may rest assured that a full republiSouth Carolina democrats have nomi- with great unanimity by the Democrats of can ticket will bo on tho nated the following ticket: For Governor, Monday morning. An industrious Hugh S. Thompson; for Treasurer, 8. P. Kenttlsky. It was a wise suggestion on the part of the last General Assembly that is being made Kichardson; for Sunt. Education: Rev. El t and systematic should meet a hearty indorsement from over tho entire county, and wo are in lison Capers; for Adjutant and Inspector the people. Danville Advocate. formed that a considerable sum of General, Gen. A. M. ManigaulL The President did a good thing in veto Although the war ended seventeen money has been procured from the years ago, the republican rrty Is deter- ing the River and Harbor Bill. It was a corruption fund at Washington City mined to keep up the war taxes In time of dirty and monstrous bill a bill full of by the kind offices of fiillio Bradley, peace, as, rice, 105 per cent.; window-glass- , bargain and sale, jobbery and corruption, interto be used in tho Miller-Lytl80 per cent.; hollow-war82 per cent.; representing swapped votes and crooked est. woolen goods, from C8 to HO per cent., etc. transactions long continued and damns It wont do ior democrats to be idle Cincinnati Commercial. A movement has been ret on foot for ble. or luke-warono moment longer. Mr. an investigation of the affairs of the SolThe maw of the Government will con Lytle, a very rancorous man, of little diers' Home at Hampton, Va. Among tinue for another year to gouge a hundred the charges brought against the Superin capacity, can of himself, it is true, millions of taxes from the people, which Is only poll the republican vote. The tendent that of his issning wooden chips are not needed to pay its expenses. With being only receivable at the Home store that recoid to face, the Republican parly lies in another quarter. It and beer danger saloon, where exorbitant prices will enter upon the Fall campaign, halt, lies iu democratic apathy and in the are charged. lame an J blind. Utica Herald (Rep.) defection of W. II. Miller. is idle The National Mining Exposition openL- icy. -- e The corruption In the administration of the navy, and the enormous cost of maintaining' a Useless establishment, have for years past been creating a public sentiment that will explode some day In a form of destructive Indignation. Performances like that of Admiral Nicholson at Alexin drls will be apt to hasten this desired consummation. An American officer who volunteers, as Admiral Nicholson did, to commit his country by overt acts of armed with England, is unworthy to com mand ships that fly the Stan and stripes. If this is the sort of service upon which our are sent abroad, better burn the navy, and at least save the glory of the pi't from the reproaoh of the present. New York Sun. r Tho Governor of Kansas lvmsti, In a letter to Susan B. Anthony, that tho breweries wcrooxtormlnntcd from Kan sas. Wo 800 by a German oxclinngo that they havo in somo instances merely changed their nnmo. Tho proprietor of ono largo browcry now call, his establishment "chemical works" nnd lalicls his beer as "stomach invignra Buffalo Courier. tor." A sermon that is to accomplish nn end (o Ira worth listening to mint embody real thoughts, thoughts that havo somo connection with tho Interests and issues of life, and must bo instinct with tho living convictions of tho preacher. To Ira such a sermon, it must co mo from tho preacher's mind and heart warm, with tho very life blood of his soul at tho moment ol its delivery. It has been found that nn extcmivo firo which broko out recently in Philadelphia was started by three boys who wanted to sco a big blaze. Tho young est, who is soven, crawled in under n gate and let in his companions, ono of whom npplicd a match to a hay loft. As tho liro destroyed two lumberyards and thirteen building), as well as damaging other property, thcirilesireswero abundantly gratified. Thoincomoof our Government Is vcrvlarccly in excess of its needs. Cut down thcsurpliis, for iu doing so tho heavy taxation of tho peoplo is cut down. Just as suro as tho war taxa tion is kept up tho reckless wasto of money for pensions, rum, etc., will go on. An excessive revenue neccw ox- trnvaganco nnd corruption. Such n revenue is tho result of unjust taxaCourier-Journal- . tion. cans of giant Opening powder with cold chisels, making sparks fly in tho process, is n privileuo on which qiiarrymcii will probably al ways insist; but ,101111 bobol abused this privilego when he hammered open his can in front of a powder housa con taining n ton of powder, the door of which he carefully left open, lho resulting shock, when tho magazino blow up, was heard all over Chicago, in whoso suburbs it was situated, and houses unroofed many blocks nway. But after all, tho really appalling ca tastrophe which will open tho eyes of tho public to tho careless handling of dynamite, is still to como. When a republican Congress wnntcd to put Congressional elections under tho surveillance of United States officers, a Congressman was considered a Federal officer; but when a Republican Congressional Committee wanted to lovey n tax upon clerks in lho Departments audjtheir various outposts through tho country, to save tho mem bers of that committee from punish ment under the law and to bring tho pockets of tlio clorks within reach of their nanus, a congressman was ue clarcd by tho Attorney General not to bo a United btates official, verily, the "party of great moral ideas" bends to its illtcct desires in any direction. rHorKHMorui.. T.W.VAHNOH. WAM.AmK.VARNOW M. SUMMER CLOTHING at ACTUAL COST! A.'r'X'OllNJ'JYM Offlr In nwilsy A Ron's n T. W. A W. VAHNON, ImlMlnf-- ap HTANKOni), KY. O. A.T X.A.'W. stslrt. ArTOUNJIV AI' I.ANCASTKH, KY. Msttrr Oomnilnlonrr sml Conn II. KAUKFMAN. IjAAV, If Altnrntr. Will trrtlrln sll thslViiitUof tlnrrsM tnrt s.tjalnlnf rounliM sml In IhsOuutlof Appmlt. HTANHlllI), KY. Will rrtrllfoln IhsUinrls ol Hit. sn s.llulnlna roiinilrs sinl In lh Court o( Apptul. Olflrs In IxilUIInt, up ilsirs. Owilf A Kin's n ATWHINUV A'J' THfJMAB I'. jTn.Ij.JIl., '" " TjAAV, AliEX. ANIiKItBON, A'l-roitN- HV A'J' JjAW, IJotnlnf. Letter from tMUtr aferfer Putln-Ba- , 1UNVIM.K, KY., Will lrfllrln ISMluiirl.of ltojl.notl coiihllM sn.1 In IbsOmrlor Arpvsla. l, x poll-boo- still-hun- e It - ed at Denver Tuesday. Nearly every It baa often been alleged that the mediWestern State is represented. Military cal profession was a perilous one among from Leadville and other towns of the Indian tribes, since, on the failure to cure State participated in the opening exercises. a patient, his relatives and friends occaThe city is crowded with strangers. Hon. sionally kill the doctor. A Spokane, on William D. Kelley, of Pensylvania, made the Klamath reservation called in a white the opening address. medicine man the other day, to prescribe Before learning of the action of the for his sick child. The lad died, and the two Houses in passing the River and Har- Indian promptly squared the account by bor Bill over the President's veto, a large shooting dead the unlucky physician, and number of Chicigo business men sent the then quitting the reservation in disgust. President a dispatch, congratulating him Were this Indian fashion to spread among on his firm and decided course in refusing white men, there would be a rapid n his assent to the measure, which they rein the crowds of graduates that now garded as dangerous legislation. every Slimmer press from the medical Wednesday, aaa freight train was pas- schools into the avenues of practice. sing through Walton, Ky., John Kichy New York Sun. came out of a saloon and fired two shots The Indiana Democrats veslerdav from a revolver at the conductor and two County Judge not hira either. Ho brakeiuan sitting on top of the caboose. nominated an excellent ticket and adopted would.only be what the scientists call One of the balls struck John K. Carson, a platform which, touching the liquor Boston Globo. a simulacrum, a pasteboard judge one of the brakemen, in the head inflicting question, must secure entire unity. We have not believed that a convention of Wm. B. Cun-n- . Tho sordino last 3 ear, by failing to a fatal wound. Kichy was arrested. with a candle set behind it. Tho July 29, 18S2. Democrat would so far depart from party make its accustomed appearance oil the In Monroe county, this State, llish real judge would be the man who is principles as to ignore the right o.' the coast of France, caused very serious Emberton and Dick Speakman went to the The big hats rctiro nnd running him, tho man who, if he is people to vote freely on any amendment to loss and hardship to thousands of fish residence of Mr. Garrett, during his aba Stale constitution, elected, will elect him. This gentle sence in and in declaring appear. Tho women, tired of look- ermen, nnd it was feared that it might Tenuessee, and brutally outraged ing liko men, without bond or responsibility, his wife. Garrett's father summoned the against all coercive legislation designed semble mushrooms, now want to re- never return to its old huntinggrounds. hogsheads. Breckinridge Scientists discussed tho mnttcr, and professedly to make men sober and moral, would, in effect, appoint your admin- neighbors and captured the ravishers. tho suggestion was made, and received and in declaring that tho amendment pro- News. istrators, your guardians, your over- They were identified by their victim, and hibiting the manufacture and sale of spir A brutal husband in Milwaukee forc- much support, that lho Gulf Stream seers of roads, make your settlements, started for the Barren county jail under ituous liquors should be submitted to the ed his sick wife by threats to givo him had probably changed its course, and and be your judge. Are you prepar- guard, but were overtaken by a moh and popular vote at a general election, the $4,000 in cash left her by her father, taken the little fish with it, perhaps hung. Democrats followed ed fur this ? Are you willing to subparty and other valuables, and left for parts permanently. This would have Inflict The following is the ticket selected by cd a fatal blow to a largo nnd valuaaction. Any other course would have been unknown. mit to it? If not, let the wbolo the Indiana democrats In convention at ble industry, and would havo caused a a departure from principle certainly very Hob Inccrsoll has a summer resi Statojicar tho thunder of your indig- Indianopolis Wednesday: For Secretary, censurable. In declaring against prohibi denco at Long lleach. This suggests regretablegap in the sardine supply. of State, Wm. D Myers; for Auditor, Jas. nation on next Monday. Tho expectation was general that there tory enactments, the Democratic party h a question. If ho can t stand tho would be no apjtcaranco of them the II. Bice; for State Treasurer, Jno. J. Coop- falsely charged with being a ."whisky par- heat of summer iu this world, what is NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. er; for Attorney General, Hon. Francis T. present seasou, at any event; but it ty" and "opposed to sobriety and good he going to do iu tho next. turns out that tho forebodiugs wero It is now thought that Congress will Hord; for Clerk of Supreme Court, S. C. morals" by the Republican press, but a Sheerin; for Supt. Public Instruction, Jno, unfounded. Lirgo schools of tho fish adjourn on Saturday or Monday. Tho Supremo Court of Iowa rules charge of tint description from such a havo suddculy gladcncd the eyes of tho The New York Republican State Con- W. Halcombe; for Supreme Judge, Geo. J. source is not worthy of notice. The facts that a police nilicer is guilty of man- anxious French fishermeu. Howie. Tho Bay vention will be held at .Saratoga, Septemslaughter if he strikes u prisoner a faof the history ol prohibitory legislation -- In the British House of Lords. Mon. ber 20. tal blow with a club to defeat an at of Bello Islo is alivo with thorn. And prove conclusively that audi legislation tho cause of their absence last season The Sundry Civil Appropriation bill day, amendments to the effect that a land- does not work a moral change in the indi tempt to escape, unless the officer has remains obscure. lord could refuse his consent to tenants as reported to the Senate aggregate reason to bcliero that ho is in danvidual or minimize appreciably the decay applying for relief under the bill, in cases The attention given by Japan to of individual or public morality. The ger of great bodily harm or loss of lli Mints coined $3,153,-850- , where he believed In the tenant's ability During July common school education is not tho other noticeable feature of the Indiana life. of which $2,130,000 were standard to pay, and that if a tenant who had taken platform Is the tariff plank, and In declar It will be fifty years next December least remarkable among the many advantage of the Arrears Bill, subsequent silver dollars. ing for a tariff for revenue, and one which sinco Mr. Gladstone entered Parlia wonderful changes introduced by this The Senate on Wednesday panted the ly sold his farm, the landlord should be will foster industries and prevent the crea ment, nnd his friends propose to cele- - progressive country. Ten years ago fifty thousand Sunday Civil Bill, appropriating about able to recover out ol the aum of the tention of monopolies, the Indiana Demo urato tne ovent as njuuiieo. lie was about were estaonsiiod. Government ant right the amount he had been deprivtwenty-sevexwvo years million. crats are in accord with the utterances of first returued to Parliament Decem- ecnoois Yellow fever has broken out at Browns- ed of by the action of the bill. ber 13, 1832, and has been a member later, in 1877, they contained nearly the National Democratic conventions of The President's veto of the Elver and ville, Teia. and an epidemic Is feared. of every House of Commons since that sixty thousand teachers and over two Harbor Bill availed nothing, since both 1870 and 1880 on this subject. The plank time. million pupils, lho annual school apOne death at New Orleans Is reported. opiioses a monopoly creating protective propriation was upward of five million the House has passed a 00,000 ap- houses Wednesday passed the aggregation tariff, a war tariff, a robber tariff such as It is asserted that of tho $1,600,000 dollars, and this has been largely suppropriation for the Uhited States District of jobbery over his vela and the bill is a Is in operation in our country We taken by burglars from tho vaults ol plemented by privato gifu, which law, The appropriations for the MississipAttorneya' pay for the last fiscal quarter. are content with the Indiana affirmation of tho Northampton (Mass.) National amounted iu fivo years to over eight The House has concurred In the Sen pi river and the Potomac flat's were among yesterday, for a tariff which prevents the Hank, nearly $1,300,000 have bceu million dollars, besides privato land ate amendment cutting down Kobeson's the items which have the stamp of legitithe creation of monopolies is a tariff for recovered. It is now six years since given for . Five years Monitor Appropriation from $1,000,000 lo macy. The greater portion of the enorof all tho children mous draft on the Treasury presents a revenue only, such as went Into operation tho robbery, and somo of tho stolen ago about $100,000. uuder Democratic auspices in 1810, and coupon bonds nro now beiug placed iu of tho school going ago wero in theso The official figures In the Iowa elec- sickening array of unmitigated jobbery, was remarkably tdvantageous to the manu tho money markets of Europe. institutions, and since then the proportion on the adoption of the l'roliibition which is a disgrace to the facturing industries of the country. tion has been increased to nenly three- Cou amendment to the Constitution, show u Congress, Tho republican party has spent eight fifths, as last year's pupils numbered There is very little prospect (or tle rier Journal. for adoption of 29,759. majority months at Washington trying to show nearly three million. About a fourth According to the latest official report how utterly incapable it is of properly At Spriugfield, on Wednesday, on mo- pardon of Sergeant Mason, the would-bof theso aro girls. This sweeping systion of General Kennedy, the republicans assassin of Gulteau, during the term of from the Navy Department there are three and economically conducting tho pubtem of public education cannot fuil to the present administration, unless the hundred officers of all grades on the retir- lic business. of the Eighth Ohio District renominated Tho effort has certainly aid Japan in holding tho high placo President should act contrary to the ad- ed list, whose aggregate pay exceeds seven succeeded and tho peoplo havo a conSpeaker Kelfer by acclamation, sho already lias attained nuioiig en The House on Wednesday passed a vice of the Attorney General, Mr, Brewshundred thousand dollars per annum. venient way of getting rid of such stulightened and progressiva nations. bill granting to soldiers who lost an arm at ter says that Mason's conduct was not on- These beneficiaries render no service to the pid Congressess by whiping them out the shoulder joint the same pension ($37 ly in violation of law, but prejudicial to Government, and the only work they do Is at them polls. A very long journey for an unattended child is beiug mado by a lad of xr month) as soldiers who lout a leg at good discipline, which is the main element to draw seventy-fivper centum of full Somebody has left on our desk a poof strength in the army. The Attorney pay. Many of them are actually receiv9 years who arrived at tho railway the Lip joint. em addressed to Lillian. Wo shall There Is now in bond, in the Lexing- General has no intention of recommneding ing, after this deduction of twenty-fiv- e per not publish it. Not that it isn't pret- station in Buffalo with n card sowed ton Kentucky District, 15,000,000 gallons Mason's pardon. centum, nearly double the salary they re- ty good poetry. Uut wo don't know to his jacket bearing this inscription: This boy, In an addrrss at the National Civil ceived when retired, Parker's landing, I'd. of whisky, the largest amount at any time Lillian. This poet makes her out mothAssociation meeting at since the organization of the Internal Service Keforiu A system which tolerates barefaced If sho isn't, wo don't want to Samuel Brindle, is going to his Banks Brindlo, PrimroseNewport, it. I , George William Curtis se- abuses, of which this is a conspicuous ex- spread broadcast Hevenue District. wrong impression er, Mary A. Mills, Old Oldham, Lancashire, Eng(lor. Ht. John's nomination and run verely arraigned President Arthur for the ample, must be radically wrong, and needs of her; and if sho is wo'll do the land, via Montreal, Canada, Shipping sequent election for a third term at Gov- removal of competent officers. Fifty r the strong hand of positive correction iting about her ourself. Boston Company, Beaver Lino. Tuko caro of s whose terms ex which Congress alone can administer. A Post. ernor of Kansas are now assured. He has cent, of the him' Tho boy had in his possession already 190 of 370 delegates, and his vote pired during Arthur's Administration had large part of these officers might be used A parliamentary return issued yes- when ho startod tickets from Buffalo been dismissed. The President's course in various branches of the navy, because is likely to exceed 220. terday shows that in tho first six to Montreal, and Montreal to. LiverThe piolrscttd diotilh In certain parts has been such as to demand some radical they are neither mentally nor physically months of tho present year there wero pool; hut tho 0110 conveying the jourof Virginia has been broken by heavy reform. The tyranny of polltlcsl assessdisabled for duty. 3,010 ovictions In Ireland of which ney from Buffalo ho had lost on tho rains. It Is said that in some localities ments, bulldozing of Government employ But as the service u lopheavy, and the 2,051 were for of rent way. The polico telegraphed to Par-ker- 's corn Is not, a foot high and on lands pre es, with families depending on theui for younger aspirants for promotion are in the and 008 for other causes. The numLanding, and received a reply parpdjor tobacco not a phnl is to be seen. support, were severely coudeuined. majority, their interests can only he served ber of cases iu which hardship was requesting thorn lo forward tho little The great flouring mills of livelier & Should the present session of Congress by retiring seniors compulsorily at the age caused to tho tenant by his inability traveler, and it would bo mado all Co,i jlie spice and (louring mills of Sawyer, last till the 10th, it will be the of sixty.two, and thus making loom for to pay rout, duo from poverty caused right. He was sent ou his way, und liters A Fisher and 16 tenement houses longest known since the war. During the ambition at the expense of the Treasury, by bad seasons, is given as 170, and lacked no friendly caro on his long burned In New York. I,os, about $1,250,-00summer of 1870, wheii Tilden and Hayes Their only object is to get up the ladder as the number in which tho journey. About a year ago ho ,camo .Tour will operatives aud two were nominated, this distraction of the at rapidly as ossIble, without oaring who of rent was due to unwlllingnosi or to America with his father, who re their lives. Over 600 persons are tention of members caused a prolonged ses- - foots the bill, or how much It costs to run fear of Injury on the part of tho ten cently died. Acquaintances thereupthrown out oj employment, Ion, lasting to the middle of August. But the Admiral-makinant, 310. machine. on provided for his return to his mother to deride and belittle the influence of this latter gentleman. Ho will carry with him to tho enemy a considerable procession of He has thrown into tho race all tho vim and energy of which he is capable. He recognizes it as his race, and i3 fighting for life. Fellow democrats, not one of you can remain at home on Monday without danger to your ticket and to your party. Not ono of you can stay from the polls without having cause to lament it in sack-clot- h and ashes. Only a full nnd rousing vote can prevent Mr. Lytlo from being your next sore-headt dimu-nitiohoop-skirts d n school-housestwo-fifth- s Forty-seventh e e poetry-wroffice-holder0, st g left home Thursday, July 27lh, for Island, and have arrived eleven miles from I'elee. at Will go there this evening in sail bout. I give you a few items that may lie Inltrest ing lo your readers. I came via Cincinnati, Springfield and Sandusky, arriving at Sandusky 7.30 A, M., Friday morning. Aa I passed through the greater part of Ohio in the night, I saw but little of the Slate. I was pleased with the neat little farm houses, and beautiful towns and cities) of Northern Ohio. The corn is very much behind. The wheat crop is good. Many patches of wheat were plowed up on account of injury from frost. Some patches that were worse Injured than those plowed made twenty bushels to the acre, and many of tlio-- e plowed will not make twenty bushels of corn. I call the fields patches because they are so small compired with ours. I have visited Like Side, on the Penin sular, Keller's Middle Bass, North Hiss, and Sugar Islands. Middle Btss contains about 900, North Bass S00 and Sugar 10 acres. Island contains about I,700acres. All the Islands are very productive and dotted with elegant residences. A great deal of wine is made here. The most important and elegant establishment is that of Joehele, of Middle Bass; 500,000 gallons of wine are mado there yearly. Sugar Island belongs lo Kenluck-ians- , and yields fiom two to three thousand dollars yearly. The most interesting sight and event of my trip so far, is sceirg and hearing Talmage at Like Side, on yesterday Lake Side Is six miles from Sandusky, is under the control of the Methodists, and they are holding a Sunday-schoconven tion there. In order to make the place attractive they have had some of the most prominent men to lecture., Talmage' subject was "Big Blunders." He received the closest attention, hath during tho lecture and afterwards. He was very much beset by the ladles for autographs. Many flatter themselves that they can spot a preacher, drummer, lawyer, ic, but it would take an expert to spat Talmsge. He is only five feet seven or eight inches tall and wears no stove pipe hat, long hair, or Prince Albert coat. He is very plain in dress and conduct. His face would remind one of Geo. O. Barnes. I Poinl-au-Prley Jtnl. Will Joliilris prs'lkr In all lho O.uiln of sn.l .l- rwinll., sml In Ins Owirt ttf Appeals. fllvrial sliMilon firm la nmra r AAV. ATl'IMIMJilY ,'l"fomirr, j nn .iaip...riRr.t I, MIIRIITY. KY. MAHTKHHON J'BYTON, flltln.. Ut Many ol'tho Weights I)H. J. (1. UAltl'ENTKlt, hTANFOIlD, OfllMevrrltoU. from S lo H sn, M. KKNTUCKY Aro Hoary Enough I.jIU'i .loif. Uffir hours 7 lo r. w. For Exiromo J. J. WIL8ON. niQN'I'lM'l'. OtCrt sn.l 11mIJw. U.r sltln 81. hTANtOltll, KY. OJQiv'.riMyf, huiujuon HUFFMAN. Offlfo-So- IjBB V. Men's Single Sole & Low-C- ut ruroNliroui Uilds qulrr.1. .IJ. tht Xfru llol.l. ulh HTANKOnt), KY. Mtln HUrst, two doors Dm O. sto r- JmlnllrJ vhsn - Shoes and Ladies' Low-Cut It. Shoes & Slip- pers at Cost to Reduce Will U In HUnfcinl two of Men mooth. frwni Aril j.onJay. DtnUl rooms In M. Assph llol.l, oi.r McA I.Ur A llrlfbl'o. tVoilpi.V Allanrs.trr wckiorwb loeoth from tlilril iloiij.r lirnUlronuiiln XI two IIoum. (! iljn I l'ur nltrum 01M (m admlnliltrM AffllLLL I331V1'IHT. MOHOAN. O. D. H. ixti lo Stock. vo FOR SALE fn I 'Tis Early ib Commence i7f:siK.vitij: fa km IViIHdi a deduction for Full lllllo farm ora ffnt tofftrlo wllwrit Itoiprorsd Ifaullful sod ojd Km, andibiinilancoof ilotk wal.r, sod shlsh il.u Space, but oar Stock is of mlllTallon, Ijloj luimllaUljr tin lurnplaa fjunlord lallro jnrailrr. flwn sod rail, Ijiorutrr, sod t Large, and it Requires iiiiiTri tni. t. hi.tiii:ki'ohii, In go ruv 100 Oflntruoal spprofr.1 psIUrn, ninufwlun-- j tj A. II. Ai.lrw, Chlr.co. In orJ.r ami rhrsp. Inqulr al Oiiltllan t'tiurrh, llu.inntlll, or J. II. lilIMI.Al, lxotlll. Kr. nnvitt.r. school iucnkmi m In on Mlsnfctid imiv iiviM 8 Mm and from ri S V, Irout of Time to Close; Hence the Slaughtering lllllrliCr-.k- , Kr. Lincoln County Farm for Salo! Th litlraol JWph rVolt Ar at piltaU of IS AI'ltK.1 llrjf I mils North of lilt Klfrr. sml ntar lho llarrard rouD.tr Hot. Tho lan-- l la lrtll sod In ruatl rrtalr Thlrtr.a,. ttrrtin aptrmlld IliuWr.oak, walnut. .U Af and sll Intra. nloo rrs wlikb la now wb.at alubMo, Thl. larm ran ! UHishl low and on ra.jr Irnaa. Vr UllparlkiiUra, Mil en ImU Ntitt, rath farm, or a.l.lr Mmat IlllUrt'a Cro.k I'. O. Unrwln UMintr, Ktslor tt bit farm ul, .r. lieu d the folio win $ dif- ferences in prices and sec Stanford Female College. .STAXFOKIr, KY. our earnestness: With 825.00 SUITS AT 818.00 20.00 SUFI'S AT 18.00 SUITS AT 10.00 a Full Corps of Teachers, 10.00 15.00 Thlalnalllutkin wllluptn III Thirteenth Srulon on Ik tt JloD.I.r n nrtt. rplulr AM, T1IK IIUANCIIEH OK A 15.00 12.50 10.00 9.00 SUITS SUITS SUITS SUITS SUITS AT 13.50 AT AT AT AT 12.50 10.00 THOnOUGHENGUSHCOURSE Ar Uuht, ai wall m MUHIC. TUB LANUUACJEB. UltAW. INa AND j'AINTINO. 8.00 7.50 0.00 5.50 1.00 TERMS MODERATE. 110; 8.00 SUITS AT 7.00 SUITS AT 5.00 SUITS AT Ib rulir IMwrttarnt. Irlin.rv. ISI. lht,rni..ll,i. I'rrpartUu, tlO.and Ul(n;lal, ISO. 1 16 In Tuition, prlrn rsoico from lo vi In 'or full partltuUrt, u lo Hoard, Ar.,sdJrru MUX. H. V. IKHr.lt l'.AKT, I'rlni-lim-l Stanford. IJocoln Co,, Kr Notice 80.00 SIIOKS AT 85.00 5.00 SHOES AT 1.00 1.00 of Incorporation. SHOES AT .'1.25 3.00 SHOES AT 2.50 2.50 SHOES AT 2.00 I.J. J.N.wknd, W. P. Klnr, John Andfrwn, Sllaa Wm. I N. U Lark-- , an J W. 8. Biwnauur tiara aaaorla-lt- d J. II. H,HMrlrea aad Iwowo aa Inrarparati1.! romp-- nj under the rorporala Bams "Tin- - Ntmifonl Pr.oi mill 83.50 LADIES' SHOES AT $3.00 3.00 LADIES' SHOES AT 2.50 LADIES' SHOES AT 2.00 LADIES' SHOES AT 2 50 2.00 1.50 82.25 LADIES'SLHTEKS AT81.05 2.00 LADIES'SLIPPEIIS jVT 1.50 1.75 LADIES'SLHTEIIS AT 1.35 1.50 1.25 The prlnrlpil planaf iraniartlBf Ih.luil-dwill ha si Hlanbrd, Kjr. J. Tk nalwrsaf lbs Uuluraaorthsrou-- . Willi Ih.coiultujUon, njr of orllon and a MiiaJtuiIrM oriraril turnpike road from s poUl within 1 inllea ofStanlard lo I'rrab-tritlll- e. Kr 3. Tn. amount of rapltalaUKk la lo U uol leas than 11,00 nor more than fl,0i, to U dltlJul Into abarta of IH, to U paid In InilallntenU of 70 percent., Ih.nritloWpildAufuitSI, IM1, and the rnldua e erj 30 iliyi Ihtroatler. 1. 7k. curioratlon la to oomuiiues Juljr JO, I MI, and routlnue furnltjr jura from that dale. 6. ThealT.Ira of th corporation sr. to la hr It's directorate lxelertt.1 kr ha corporation. Tho aril election of dlreclora la to k held at the Oourt-IIouIn Stanford, Juljr SI, IS, ind thereafter Ik. directors are lo leauuuallr elected on Ih. Ore! Haturda of ny." I'lrnrlirratlllrTllrliplUp Couipn. Ik. Nuipau In Julf ufucli The year. ran sul.jecl Itaelr lo kejnnd llaauela. 7. 1'iImi. property la to t.a.iemi.t im., rate debta. JIT. YKUNOX C. corr.llon 110 LADIES'SLHTEKS AT 1.25 LADIES'SLHTEKS AT 1.00 IIIVKUTIKKSIKXTK. IV. KoctcaaUo.l Auifuit KIllon, la ac.ndMats for tho offleo I. N. WIL9IOT ofli.mil. Allorn.r or iw. $1.00 STI.AW HATS AT 83.50 3.00 STI.AW HATS AT 2.75 2.00 STI.AW HATS AT 1.50 1.50 STRAW HATS AT 1.00 STI.AW HATS AT .75 STRAW HATS AT 1.00 Uuurt, Aiii-tii- IC MAUTI.V lloUcaalle Countr laaiaiidldat.furClerkollh. t election., ISSi. JA.HIJS 1'. IVAI.F.IN .75 .50 AV.M.OIVKNN KixkaalMiCfcuuljr, i.,Vl,.i,iS,,'."JI" "dld.t. Ausuat NAM M. elllou, fur AiMsaur l.J. of Boys' and Youths' Clothing1, Shoes I!UI.Ii:'ri', ATTORN EY AT LAW, Mt. Vornon, Ky, and Hats in Same Proportion. Bll.1 attention Will practice kli profession adjolnluK cvuutlea and In the lu IUx.krutL and of Appeal.. W.ulo Election" J. E. VOWELS' VAmiS'JL'Y NXOltK mt. viuurvorv. jcy.. Agenoy of Springs, I BRUCE.WARREN&CO. Bouth-Ben- d Chilled Plows. Avery's Oast aud 8teel Plows, Buckevo Konpers & Mowers.Sweenstskes Ihresti. ars, Mitchell rarm Wagons, New Home BewiDffMaobines, Tavlor's EU1U0 Bed