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Semi-weekly interior journal: August 8, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882080801_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: August 8, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Skm " Hwtli Xidefio VOLUME X.-NUMBEII jM) 610. J STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, AUGUST l) WrM. Marry. Women Type Setters. 8, 1882. Awful Warning, untilli NEW SERIES-NUMBE- R 07. How r. U A man should merry by all mentis; When work is dono for the day, it is At nno of tlio Thomas concerts at yet I ntn convinced that tho greatest not with tho woman printer as with Chicago tho other evening, tho electric part of tho marriages nro unhappy, tho others of tho trade. Sho cannot lights suddenly went out, leaving tho IK P, WALTON, Cdltor nnd Proprietor and this is not nn opinion thnt I givo adjourn ton convenient and comfort- audience in perfect darkness for a few T. R. WALTON, - Buttnet Manager ns coming from myself; it is that of a able saloon and play ncdro or old minutes. This was thought glorious very excellent, agrceablo and sensible sledgo for tho beer, or throw dice for by some of the young couples present, mi( 1'rlitmin, I'uhl Inliril Tnrml(i young lady, who married tho man of Oct. cigars, or jeff for tho drinks. Sho and over in tlio southeast corner of her choico and has not encountered must pick her way home through all section B so mo ono was heard to say Block, Opora Ky., HVI.no ostensibly nny extraordinary misfor- sorts of weather to a dreary night in a surprcsscd undertone: A.NNU.tr. tune, ns loss of health, riches, children, nnd a cold lied. Sho has no wifo to Smic, what tho deuce have yon DISALKHN in- etc. Sho told mo this unreservedly, thrash, no children to scold, no furni- got in your mouth?" Just then the Wantetl An Introduction. IVIiitm, , .llimlcnl Wall Paper. and I never had nny reason to doubt ture to break, nono of thoso sweet light blazed up again, nnd a young man DriiRH, On n recent trip o( oiio of tho iMiiini-NItonliH, CIiciiiIciiIn, IiiHiriiiiirutH, nil this I am con- luxuries which nro supposed to bo was noticed holding his hand over his her sincority, For Miilloiicry, I'ltllllM, I'wlM't Claur, steamers about twenty couple vinced that a man can not bo truly part and parcel of tho glorious art pre- mouth. A stream of blood was trickNonpH. Toliiiccuw, OIN, f'ntttcry, of ladies niul gontlnmon formed nn .Hm-hlnI.llllipH, I'crfiuncry, happy without a wifo. It U n strungo servative As a class, women print- ling through his fingers, and the exFire Arm, excursion pnrty, and tho culiin pro 'vcllc. stnto of things wolivo in. A tenden- ers nro diligent nnd worthy. They' pression on his face touched tho obsertented quito n aoclnblo nud pleasing Our Jewelry, Sllrcrwnrc and Optical Moods Dcnartinciit Is In Chargn of Co, cy so natural ns that of tho union of never "sojerj" they never bother tho ver's heart. His girl took something Tlioro were, too, several npiiciirnnce. In the host i iioh. tho sexes ought to lead only to the editor for chowing tobacco; they nev- out of her mouth and put it in her style Jtlciiarus, who will llepair watciicsatid nocks Toiuptly and ladies win) had but ona escort. Thcru most harmonious results; yet tho er prowl around among tho exchanges pocket, looking pained nnd guilty. mi also a drummer on tho lioat, nnd is tho fact. There is certainly for tho Police Gatellt; thoy novcr get Sho lead him quietly to the door, and pet? not being acquainted lio felt lonoinmo something radically wrong in tho con- themselves full of budgo and try to thoy passed out. Young ladies should nnd couldn't Itcnr tlio idea of not stitution of society; tho times nro out clean out rivnl shops, thoy don't not wear hairpins in their mouths. It acquainted with Home of tho of joint. It is strnngo, too, what lit- smoko nasty old clay pipes; thoy nov- is not tho place for them, and n wound charming Indies. Ho iviii anxious to tlo real liberty of choice is exercised cr striko fur moro pay; thoy do in tho of tho jaw, mnde by coming Im) introduced to tho group wh') seem, by those oven who marry according to not nlludo to editorial matter as suddenly and painfully in contract with 3VEDE3DFtCJDE3:-A.TN,- T, JL, -- A. ingly had but ouo osoort, nnd went to 3Et, what is thought their own inclinations "slush" or " in short, thoy n cruel two pointed hairpin at a timo Ulcrk Watt, nuking him to do tho inTho deceptions which tho two taxes aro patient, gcntlo, conscientious and when his heart is set on n moment of troducing. Tho dork said ho wan not play ofl upon each other bring ns ma- reliable. They peg right along for ecstatic bliss, might result in a cool- Tksi lbl opportunity of thinking Mi .troni In SUnfunl ami Tulnlty tar tMr llUraliuppott, in.l acquainted himsolf, hut nothing would ny couples into tho bonds of seven dollars a week, dress tidily, ness on tho heart of the young man thltettly In llmirtion, Ufore Ulrif cullnl hope, la rutiln It, at hA hu Hlcctr-- a givo him moro pleasure than to givo Hymen nscver could bo dono hy tho keep solid with the foreman, and Inst which would be oter,nJ It tho irretircssiblo cominarcinl touriit arbitrary pnirings of a legal match- of all, when tho woman compositor, nu introduction to tho escort of tho g watches are now made IVTew, maker. Many n mnn thinks ho mar- when she gets tired of her treadmill, nttraotivo Indie. Ho inndo him ac dearl" ried by choico who only marries by unceasing round of toil, she marries on a different plan from what has been From Ilia teit of Foreign Mil-oant imJo In aty Tn. HU motto They will l cut "Selfish! mc, selfish," ejaculated quainted with n man weighing JMiO customary, tho improved system posKicel," in this havo the Cutting n.l Repairing neatly an J proroptl done. jound, nud after tho two Imd gone Katie, rogordloss of her syntax ;y accident; advantagerespect menthan is nnd best looking printer ain the shop, sessing, it is thought, somo special of women then sho becomes verier slave through tho formalities ot nn intro- well, I must say you'ro a vo-r- less tho advantages. Thus, when it is desirHy Lord generally supposed. Denver Tribune. than before. disagreeable girl, Mabel 1" duction, tho fat mau told tho drumed to set the hands, the stem is first "Thank you, Missl when I toll mer thnt it was a iniiUiko about his Wo have spent 5.100,000,000 on our drawn out, which causes a collar on licing tho escort of tho Indies. "Hut,'' you nny thing for your own good Henry W. hohmoycr, a Philadel- navy sinco Grant's first term, and yet tho end of it to bear upon a stud in said tho (at man, "I will show you again, I (1 like to know it, that's all." phia provision dealer, has n young, wo could not ay curved compcto with It- the shorter arm of a "Oh! you had better practice on pretty nud loving wife. Ho was ex- aly in a naval contest. Vast sums lever. This depresses the long arm of tho man who is. Do you mo thnt I m suro I ceedingly desirous of offspring, nnd porsoii sitting down there? I Iota tho improvement yourself. wero stolen nnd misapplied under the latter, which forms a yoko and This Sew .11111, containing (lie latent ami escort of tho ladies. Ho's n littlo wish you n vory good morning," nnd at the end of two years of married Robeson. In n singlo instanco one disengages the gearing from tho mainwho had been ns one. limine-olife .Mrs. Lohmevcr plotted to gratify ship that cost $2,000,000 was broken spring arbor, connecting an independeaf though, nnd you will havo to the two, out nt sopnrato doors and havo not him by pretending to givo birth to n up and sold tor 850.000, and the Gov- dent wheel with the talk loud to him." train, Detroit Post nud Tri- baby. In this deception sho was aid- ernment Tho travelling man went over, nnd sjHiken sinoe. paid the cxpenso of tho to which motion is imparted by turn-th- e ed by a friend, Mrs. Itosenbcrg. They breaking. Wo siiend more on our after lwwiug to the supposed human bune stem. As soon as pulling on tho For manufacturing meal ami Hour, In now In full operation. being aud stating hu ImiinoM with procured nu infant from tho alms- navy than any country in Europo, Hanitai.y Hoots ani Siioiw. Stem ceases, me yOKO IS llirown USCIC Wo will grlml for cuiloiiicrH, for (he present, on TiiCMlay, Wedunhcalthfulnejs ol house, and tho husband believed that him, discovered thnt ho was merely Tho England, and nearly as much as to its place by a spring. Normally, ncHilny, Tlitinuliiy, Friday ami .Stitiiriltiy ofcafli welt, n:11(1 on addressing n "dummy," and of course rublicr boots is now ingeniously over- ho was n father. Tho secret was kopt is spent by her, yet there isuotathird-rat- e another wheel, carried ny the yoke, Court-DajHiiii- il all other public Iiijh. WuhoIIcIIii liberal Hlinre thoso who watched tho fun brukoout come by means of nu clastic middle for three months, nud wns finally dipower that does not own better meshes with the arbor wheel ot the of patronage ami will endeavor (ogive entire HittNOiellou. Tho drummer solo, which forms apart of tho perma- vulged when the almshouso authori- ships nnd moro of them. Mr. Robe- mainspring, and is thus always reain a loud laugh. wantetl to fight some body on tho spot, nent solo and is constructed with com- ties, discovering that thcro wns no son, who is responsible for most of the dy for winding by pressing down upon but finally camo to tho conclusion that pressible air cells, connecting with a record of what had becomo of tho roblicry and waste, is still accepted and winding the stem. The arrange- Always nu hand and for hiiIo. IliglicHt cuhIi priee paid for Corn, dincrction was tho tatter part of valor. tulie which oxtcryls from tho cells to child, ordered nn investigation. by tho republicans as their leader in ment is simple. Wheal, .Ve. Orderxleft at Mill promptly attended to. IIo quietly withdrew to tho hurricane tho top of tho leg. The weight of the has forgiven his wifo, nnd will Congress. Louisville Post. HEeAIiISTISIfi Russian Jew who came here 8 to bo iVxly nt each step compresses tho clas- adopt tho little one. In investigating A deck and wondered how ho camo No newspaper man in the South months ago with $4 in his pocket is St. Louis Kspubli-enn- . tic solo, and forces tho air from under this case, tho officials found that Mrs. so easily fooled. the toot, out of tho tube; upon tlio Niblo had played a precisely similar has risen moro rapidly than Daniel now building two neat cottages on two 13. O'Sullivan. A few years ago he city lots he has paid for. Inquiry Did weight being removed, ns in tho net trick on her husband. M.kih"Cou! I'm-! What He was celling mackerel in a Bowling opens the secret of his success. of walking, tho atmospheric pressure you over havo it explained to you Oatmmai.. The use of this article! Greeu grocery store, but now ho is the has a family of five children, and each -why it is thnt corn pops whan you or suction itiplies fresh oir and thus, of lood has greatly increased during B2-ono of them is a worker, as is also bis city editor ot tho Coimer-Jounuplace it over red coals oron n hot stove? nt each stop, foul nir is expelled nnd the past few years, and if nil wo hear, Emmet Logan, one of tho finest newswife. He averages 830 per weak as a Indian corn, so tho chemists toll us, fresh nir admitted to tho foot. The and read in its favor bo true, it should paper men in America, and who is tailor, and each member of the family and rontairsnll the way from six to eleven foot roil upon n Jeathcr insole, rub-Iw- bo used to even n greater extent. Tho now the managing editor of the Cou- contributes something to the general in 100, by weight, ni fat. Hy proper does uotcomo in oontact with the Scotch nro noted as a robust nud therefore is not 'drown," ns in healthy people nnd they make great rier- Journal, met Daniel in Bowling income. If we wcro all without the means Ibis fat can ho separated from took him from the lion s false pride that holds a whole family Green nud tho grain, and it is then a thiokpalo oil. ordinary rublicr IkioIs. As by this uso of oatmeal in various ways. Wo den of comparative obscurity. It is idlo and dependent on one man's labor have boui out my brother, It. II. Wcarcn. When oilsnro hented sulliciently in nrrangoinont tho foot canuot sweat, it believe it would bo far better for our tho story never repeated often wo would have a prosperous communiand will continue the Furniture nnd Undertaking closed vrwels, so that tho air cannot does not liecomo galled, tender or farmer friends to have this articlo on enough ofcloso application. Instead ty. There is no dignitv like thnt of lSxchango. the same stand, iu1 the -- St. Asaph Hotel get to them, thoy are turned into gas, chilled. their breakfast table every morning of wasting his spare time, he devoted honest labor, whether man or woman business 1 1 '.M.I! X 1. llT.l......!l....r.l1,... -i which occupies many times tho hulk wi uvuiiuuiiig. x ...!11 Kuup it tl sitiuh. in is said that if you havo presence than to cat so much fried pork, as n it to study. He is one of the brightest bo tbelaborer. It Hiu Atlanta Constitution is grad- of mind enough so fare n raging bull, good many do. (lp.scrinf ion tind sell at, iitrures that cannot be bcat- tho oil did. When pop-ooIt must be healthful nud best informed men in the country. ually heated, nud made so hot that and look him in tho oyos, ho is power-Iu- s and nourishing fur children as well a3 Au Atlanta woman eloped from her cn st()(.k of ColHllS.and CllskctS "Will be COllipi'C-hetwoo- S Ankansaw Traveler. tho oil inside of tho kernels turns to to do you nny hnrm. Wo tried adults. Get a good articlo nud have ll"SJVe. Slll'OUds Mid ltODCS 111 WHYS Oil hand. 1 lllSO Colonel Percy Yergcr was comgas, this oil cannot woapo through the this experiment onco, says nn ngricul-tum- l it well cooked, nnd servo with cream tho kcrnols, but when tho inwork- nnd sugar, and it is good. confidentially to Hostetter tives were sent in all directions. It hull of Let those plaining i uriiii uiu linn nu uiiruuiuur a juu n uut. oontenipornry, and found it (Orders hy telegraph promptly attended to.) terior pressure got strong enough ed admirably. The tierce nnimiil tore who do not think so try it for six McGinnis of tho frequency with happened that tho wife had been cut B. K. WEAKEN. paid him tivnting a water lily, and when she it bursts tho grain, nud tho explosion up tho ground with his feet, nud hol- mouths or a year and they will not do which his mother is so violent that is shatters it in tho lowed with nil hii might, hut some- without it over nfterwards. visits that sho camo to see him four left she carried it with her. A few most curious manner. Tho stnrch in thing seamed to hold him back like or fivo times n year. days ago an officer, who had been emA married woman fancied that she "My wife's mother," resiwnded ployed in the case, in passing a houso tho grain lieoomes cooked, nnd tnkos magic, and he did us no injury. Perup iv great deal mora spca than it haps wo ought to add, in order to bo was insulted nt church by ono of ",tho McGinnis, "has visited me only once in Atlanta saw a water lily in the winIwys." Meeting the "chap" on tho in tho last five or six years. Tho last dow. When he entered the house ho did before. correct historically, that tho bull was time she came to see me was when I wns not greatly surprised to discover u street next day, sho proceeded locau on tho AcliiHwitl, wo tail., bar anna V-ZnTHhe .l.m.go nn,l nilmini.ta-ju.timl was first married, five years ago." that its owner was the missing wife, "Lucky man! When is she going who had never been absent from At Has Just Oponod a Fino Stook of taking proper precaution IU( Hi molishiiiK tho parasol on tho irrever to visit you again?" MIIMtlJI " !" lanta. While her husband was search ry Smith, tho wifo of Henry Smith, n forehand. of defendant, sho nttempted cut head "How can I tell ? Sho has not got ing elsewhere for her, sho romauied s butcher ongaged in Datkh Woiitii ItoiiatiinwNO. to stub said defendant to death with through with her first visit yet but I quietly under his very eyes. In order to save Gin cocktnils invented by Contucius tho remnant. Failing in this she can't see where tho luck comes in." in Hordcntown. Tho first female attorney seen in the tho life of tho mother, tho operation in Cochin China, II. C. 800. Sham- snatched his lint from his brow and Consisting of To raise sixty bushels of oats to tho courts of Dayton, Ohio, appeared at of embryotomy was performed, and pooing introduced by Unrbarossa, said sho could lick a dozen liko him. lived n few hours 1222. Quail on toast first introduced All of which was dono under the most ncre, plough tho ground in November; the mayors court the other day. ouo tho monstrosity only after being brought into tho world. by tho Israelites, 0T. Free lunches earnest protestations of 6aid defendnnt. bo particular to turn it all over; then was a handsome, petite, young Italian, saw So wonderful und perfect is its forma- introduced by .lobepliinto Kgypt H. It wus subsequently discovered that ho in winter give a light cont of manure, who probably never before AND- tion that Dr. Dyo, ouo ot the attend- C. 100. Hricks first worn in tho hat was tho wrong man. Defendant bought spread evenly, from fivo to ten loads the itisido of nu American court-rooper acre, according to fertility of laud. She appeared as the attorney of an old ing physicians, has had the double by Noah 15. C 200. Hyriclo first new a parasol nud called it square. Weather prophliabo preervcd in alcohol for exami- used by Ixion, 201. Early in spring, as soon ns the grouud lady frieud, who was charged with I)ANiiiitoiis F.imon: Just down is dry enough, sow the oats aai work disturbing the peace. When sho ad -- Also, a nation by physicians. Mrs. Smith is ecies invonted by Annanias 15. C. I100. Nico Lino of- n healthy woman, und is twenty four Aprons first worn by F.ve, 1. Circu- the intervale, where tho brako ferns them in with a cultivator, going over dressed the court she looked the pic years of ago. Sho is lation discovered by Harvey, 1540; grow rank, she placed her easel nud and then ncross; level the ground by ture of eloquence, and her words flow or twenty-fivI already tho mother of twins, which lied about by editors ever since. First sat by it sketching from nature. going over once with a harrow, and ed smoothly from her lips in spito of Is that me you nro roll, if desired, thus getting them in her blushes, olio made an impression two years ngo, unattended great moral show started by Noah H. "Plcaso ma'um. wcro bom I am oponing daily a Full lino of tho Boat Goods in tho Markot.to C. COO. Hoston Commercial Bulle- drawing milking that cow in tho pic- early. A late snowstorm will not on his honor, and gained the case for hy any unusual circumstances. at Bottom Pricos. Call and oxamino. littlo man; but hurt them. If not put in the ground her client. ture?" "Why, yes my tin. A report has been spread that tho I didn't know you were lookiug.'" early tho ground gets Hard. Hus TIM W. HIGGINS, Salesman. A follow who was ou tho If the winter wheat turns out as horrihlo disease known as the plica mo," continued the boy, bandman. to "Coi if it's well as the spring wheat is doing, we It n tlllliln nn AlAbmlArt tt twill. IVI t1fA una lunuu ll J i'irvui.t f I Sciota was boosting to his girj, unmindful of tho nrtist's confusion, Ihjiuuiuu brought over by tho traders' whom ho was engaged to bo married, It may not perhaps, bo kuown that tnav exnoct an astonishing yield this "you've put mc on the wrong sido of year, exceeding, perhaps, that of 109, Poland. Thodis- and who accompanied him on the ex- tho cow nud I'll get kicked clear wny a man wearing dark clothes is moro in falso hair trom to infection from contagoous dis- 000,000 bushels in 1880. The hot coso is ono of the most horrihlo kind, cursion on tho fatal Fourth, that ho ofl" the lot." eases than ho who wears weather which brought sutlering to incurable, nnd rendering ita victim could swim ashore nud carry her eaTlio humau lungs exhale in twenty-fou- r garments, becauso particles which the city has been a great benefit to ad ns hideous to lieholu m tho sily, but when tho collision camo ho an object hours, about two pounds ofcar- - omenato from diseased or decaying vancing tlio com crop, aud the indileper of tho Hast. The hair, iustoad deserted her ami iook care oi nimseii. -of dividing into fino nad silky threads, Sho was ulso saved, aud when ho camo bonio acid. This is tho product of bodies nro much moro readily absorb- cations aro that wo shall havo grain conglomerates into thick matter, with to congratfilato her upon being still tho burning of nino ounces of carbon. ed by dark than by light fabrics. This enough to supply all our wants, ami New only ono thick root, which bleeds on ulivo, alio refused to speak to him and As giving some idea ot tho lorcea with- is easy of proof. Expose a light aud send n grent deal abroad. in tho body, it is interesting to know dark coat to tho fumes of tobacco for York Sun. lioing cut, so that no rolief can be ob- handed back tho eugagoment ring. that the combustion of nine ounces of five minutes and it will bo found that No-artained, savo by cautcri.ation of tho Cleveland Plain Dealer. Jack is a Texas horsothief carbon liberates over 0,000,000 foo- t- the dark ono smells stronger than tho who has been locked up in Stcpensvillo wholo mass. Tho report has caused n A foitialo who may well be describ- pouuds of cnegy: This is equivalent other of tobacco smoko, and it will greator scare than uny produced by ed us a phenomenon is just now being nil. His arms are oil above tlio to moro than ouo eighth of a horse- retain tho odor longer. tho Fenians. but the boues protrude from the exhibited in London, tiho is just 18 power noting continuously for twenty-f"Mamma, dear." said a New Haven flesh several inches, and are rough in this years of ago nn J is said to bo eight our Tho very few real gypsios hours. girl just in the flush of youug woman- liko corncobs. With theso uncouth country always deny thnt they ever feci two inches in height. To crown hood, "I huve Bomething to tell you. members Jack licrforms somo aston Seth Green, the veteran fish steal children, mid nrguo that, if they tho matter sho is still growing. Hor Wheu taking a pen to says of tho German carp ; "I Georgo has proposed, and I have ac- ishing feats. oould easily sup- faco is rather prejiosessiiig, aud her had need of nny they All nro simply prodigious. Tho only don't liko them. Thoy want foul wa cepted." "My child, I did uot think of write ho holds it between tin chin and ply themselves from foiidlingnsylums. feet of this fair ter. America is no placo for them. your disgracing yourself." Georgo Is aud ono of the stumps, Nevertheless, attention is onllcd to n disagreeable peculiarity Bot- caso of actual gypsy kidnapping. giantess U that sho caunot easily hold Our water is loo pure. Tho carp re- not a suitable match fur you. Besides, A Now York critic says that Mrs. torn was herselt erect. Sho always uppcars to minds mo of u fellow who prefers to this would make him ono of the famiFourteen years ngo n littlo girl That Langtry's form is perfect. aud ly, and ho would not pay no more menus a bustle, hang around the low taken from a strolling pirty at Genoa, bo sitting or fulling down. patent shirt, incominhale mi impure atmosphere rather board." Thus will be seeu the Ohio, and given by tho town authoritight shoes, stuflod calves, shoulder No Does Not John Arnold wroto onnnordor of ties to n farmer. Sho has now, nt tho the Supreme oourt ut InpiauapoIU, than go outside nnd iuhalo God's patibility of a boarding house girl fall- puds and small corset. Tlio fact is that German ing in lovo with one ot the boarders. ago of 18. been identified by hor pa- "Tho court may go to tho devil, ' and puro nir." New Haven Register. Calforuia is the favorite State of carp is a water-hog- . rents in Michigan. scut the document back to tho judge. Ilaliun immigrants, being a wine counIt is Baid to bo tho custom in Spain The doctors tell us wo should oat Among the results ofn ournoy For this he was sent to jail for ten with mild climate recalling that of ho did less beef und more fish. If tho price for every ono eats a fruit to dig a little try across tho Sahara, Dr. Oscar Lnnz re- days, at tho end of which timo Italy. of beef keeps on going heavenward, hole in tho ground, aud plant the seed. ports that no depression below sen lov-e- l not think ho was so durnod smart. Vrnon sufTerlni; Do Not Disi-aiwo will be compelled to live on a few In couseuuciico, the roads of tlrat coun Tho echomes could bo found. iliitnke tint hare a Mr. Kate AIMn. a wealthy lailr of boys bring try are lined with trees, tho fruits of from complicated and weaken tho brain for Hooding tho desert with I'iltiliiirf, l'j.. write. "Iticli food and of tho broiled lies the tendency totsxlmuat wntcr from tho seu aro therefore hope lilgli lUtnir, night ptrtleK, fasldonible home, bcctiuso that is about all our which are frco to all. There is a hint and iiervouaavaleiu. Sad themaelvea uulck- ilruulni; ami the frivoltr of hilill fishers over bring back. People would hero which might well bo ejjtod on iu j cured, ana perict lone ana real mrenKiu less and misleading. County. Now Use glTen to the alVected part, by making free life, had twen tH'octlne my health quilo eat more fish if there were moro fish this country. Jfl. x. .examiner. Iron Hitters. U makes um of Drown Ileal livo sunflowers worn on the seriously. I commenced lining Brown' caught. Burlington Hawkeye. lively as a I am n Littlo "ulggcrs" are couiiug into the oU (eel youiiK, the younj feel buoy waist now constitute a portion of tho Iron Hitlers, ami now e an in enuu ant, and remoTea every ynitom o' n Tho annual production in the uut- - fashion as pages in Paris; their street wardroho (or ladies. Tho style ,hi.k Be i,Ta- from the human araleni. A trial bot Ono, of throw out tho whiteness 'jfirr is suggest! vo of u cucumber dinner and tle will eonvinci) rou that It Is the boat Back. been 7,000,000000 pins. their mistress'; skin. (onto made, laifliitf. tho application of a mustard-plasto- r. , Thoy-- ' lQll up-riv- got-tin- wcro girlfriends, and sat together on tho'jofa with their arms nfound each other's waists, nnd the head of ono reposed upon tho shoulder of tho other. "You tell mo my faults nnd I will toll you yours," said Mabel, slipping n onriimel into her rosy mouth. "You, haven't it lault in tho world," said bfatlo, chewing n marsh mallow. "That's loo sweet," murmured Mabel, refiirriug to her friend and not to tho windy. "I know I'm just full of faults, and I want you to tell mo so I onn correct them. Now what do you think is my worst nno?" "Well love, sinco you nsk mo now mind, you nro to tell mo all of mine, ton I think you arc voti aro sure you wont bo vexed just a littlo proud I" said Katie. "Proud I hum I'm mire I don't seo how nny ono enn ovur cull mo proud !" pursued Mabel, "Well, darling, you naked mo to tell you your greatest fault; now tell mo mine I know I'vo got ono, you sec." nnd Kntio Icnned carelessly on her fnond, who straightened up. "Oh, I suppose wo nil havo faults, and if I must tell yours it is thnt you aro just the least littlo bit eelfisli, M'ROBERTS&STAGG House Stanford, H. G. RUPLEY, KTANFOIBJ), ICY., I "hog-wash- TIO flril-ilnt- a ted heart-breakin- Stem-windin- Comprises Everything that is Hy-ro- to-d- two-arme- HM! W30a MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY A KAMiISE. hand-settin- g ox-cc- pt J I well-kno- Flour, Meal, Corn, Bran, ShipstiifT, &c, Loh-mcy- m ? FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING Main .Slreel, B. K. WEAREN, at t'-.- Stanford, Ky. I rn irv inn r uiiuuuu hSgdl jjy remir in-la- " E. llt t c P. OWSLEY well-know- busi-nos- BRAND NEW GOODS, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Dry Goods, Notions, Boot's, Shoes, o CARPETS,OIL CLOTHS TRUNKS bo-sol- ill-fa- ted - light-colore- w. HL :hla.s the GENUINE 1WFIELD Water Elevator. cul-turii- t, Destroys Water Insects; Draws Frosh Water from of Cistern; Tubing and Has Freeze. bar-roo- hip-pad- Foulest Cisterns Made Puro by This Elevator. k OVER ONE HUNDRED in in This k,.....u.,y IU-n- Try and If Not Satisfied, It Will ken 'r Scnu-ffilt- f thin 3nlcrior$ournnl ST.A.ITFOtRXD, ICY. Tuesday Morning, W. P. WALTON. - - August 8, 1882 EDITOR THE ELECTION. I Northwest. There are many improve Brass of resort for young ladies. have information however, to the efments in progress and on every hand large buttons, gold lace and red stripes are an NO TES OF CURRENT EVENTS. business houses and costly residences are-- ) fect that Garrard has elected a full especial weakness of the fair sex and here Arteuiaa Hale, the oldest ex Congress-ma- taking the places of those, which a score of they can enjoy the society of the wearers democratic county ticket by 100 to died on the 4th, in Massachusetts, years ago were considered sufficiently am- I to their heart's content. We spent a good 300. If this be so, it is good bye ple and handsome for any taste. The portion of Sunday morning watching the aged 93. Billy Bradley. Therepublicauscan not The Naval bill, as it pamed the Sen-ot- most notable improvement now in prog- drill, the inspection and MT. VERNON DEPARTmFnT. afford to invest their corruption fund reduced the number of commissioned ress is the Water Works, which are to be and were particularly impressed with the Sam. U. Burdttt. Editor. in a man that cannot carry his own officers of run by three of the largest turbine wheels fact that the life of a common soldier Is far the navy 233, out of a total of llie leacliers. Meeting is now iteltl on on the continent. They are situated sevrepublican county, even with thousa reduction of over one.siith. from being an easy one even in these pip- Monday evenings instead of Fridays as preands at his disposal. The following-wa- s Prohibition statistics show a drinking eral mile up the James and the city has ing times of peace A discipline, almost viously. saloon to every 550 people in the Southern graded several streets thereto which have as strict as If war were prevailing, is obreceived last night: Kids. Stephen Collier and It. W. k already become the fashionable drives for served and there is hardly an hour in the States, and one to every 332 in the Northwill begin a protracted meeting In the Fpwiallttkt Interior Journal ern State. In Kentucky there ia one to the ton ton, and madea park that for beauty day but what is fixed for some routine Christain church at Ilrodhead next SaturLouisville, Aug. "lli. Jacob Henry " of situation and loveliness of surroundings duty, while the whole of Sunday Is spent day. very close in Louisville. At 1 o'clock every 433. From all parts of the country come reThe earnings of the New York State has but few equals. We were much grati- In drilling and dress parading. To those Jacob was ahead. Lewis' majority over fied to see these and other wonderful imprisons for July were $35,S23 33, the ports of the best corn crop thai has been who imagine that tho Fortress is a conIlussell in county will be mall. J.S. II. $32,495 14, leaving a surplus of provements as we rode thither with a tracted kind of an institution, we will say known for Tears. The acreage planted is tobacconist ot the city and his in- that the heavy rock and earthen walls that much greater than in any former year. Had the President given bis rea S3.32S19. The surplus earnings of the teresting family in his elegant carriage, surround it, enclose 75 acres of as beautiful The signs are all auspicious for a demsons under tho constitution for vetoing put four months are $10,823.33. The attempt at Chicago to secure the drawn by as handsome a pair of bays as grounds as are found any where, on which ocratic victory at this writing (Monday A. the River and Harbor steal, without ever graced our noted Blue grass section. are built fine residences for the officers and M.), but the result can be more certainly suggesting that he would approve tho eleaneof Wm. M. Scott, one of the pirtici-papubin the famous THE PENINSULA EXTENSION. substantial barracks for the soldiers. The learned from a telegram of game of bill if the amounts wero cut down one poker at Newburg, N. Y, in which he won The recent completion of the C. & O. K. It. number of cannon, shells, balls and other lished at the foot of ibis column. half, there might have been pome A difficulty occured in town last Fri3150,000 on a tingle hand, has proved a thro the Peninsula to Newport News,which munitions of war that apear on every that his honest fit was not failure. side, seem sufficient for the defense of the day evening between a drunken stalwart by the way was engineered by that accomfrom Negro Creek and Champ assumed; but as it was it fell very flat The Chief of the Bureau of Statistic plished gentleman to many of whole country but, they are only an atom and the jobbers of both parties, went reports that the number of immigrants ar- our readers, (Japt. J. a. Morrison, has of what Uncle Sam keeps on hand to pro Hiatt, (white) of Brodhead. The h. b. was wounded slightly by a pistol shot in Ihe in hot hasto to pass tho bill over his rived during the year was 889,003, being opened up a country to Ihe tourist and tect his sons and daughters from the Inva- right thigh. The particulars will be de much larger than during any previous pleasure seeker, which from lack of (level sion of a foreign foe. The Fortress is an veto. That it is a swindle from the year in the history of the country. It ex- ment has been difficult of access hereto- object of interest to every survivor and veloped at the trial of the parties which is start go, there is little doubt as by no ceeded the number during thepreceeding fore. It is the oldest in point of settle- sympathizer of the Lost Cause, for there set for Wednesday. Anoor I'EorLE. Miss Cleo Williams process of reasoning on the develop- fiscal year by 119,572. ment in the country, and every inch of it was confined for many months their leader and president, Jefferson Davis, until Hor- is visiting friends in Garrard and Boyle. Ronton and Philadelphia have paused ia rich with incidents, not only of the Revment of tho country, could the amounts ace Greeley in his magnanimity of spirit, Miss Ella Mooney of Gonzales, Texas increase for the purposes named from laws against the sale of toy pistols, which olutionary war but of our late unpleasantcounty, is visiting Miss Sallie Whitehead. to 820,000,000 in so few a laid up over 200 boya in the country on ness. A few miles below Hichmond, a line put up a bond for $100,000 for his release. $3,000,000 July 4, some of them in their graven, and of breastworks and forts attracts the atten- We examined the quarters in which he Mr. William Axbill, a handsome manly, number of years. young gentleman from Clark county, is some of them with lockjaw and mutilated tion and soon the brakeman calls out was confined, lost almost in meditation Although Keifer, tho dirtiest tool fingers and sightless eyea. The toy pistol "Fort Lee." This is the spot where the over what must have been the feelingsjof visiting Mr. F. L. Thompson at this place. K. Fish, of Texas, is visiting his the republicans ever had, has been re- is made in Bridgeport, Conn. l. noted battle of Seven Pines was fought in this grand old hero, as he passed the drea- Mr. John ry hours in contemplating his loss of tow- father, A. T. Fish, in this county. Mr. J. 18G2, and where after Gen. Jos. K. Johnnominated for Congress, in bis Ohio The JUilrord summary for July show ston was wounded, Gen, It. K. Lee suc- er, his loss of liberty and the loss of near- I). Chandler, Pine Hill, attended the fairs district, the Cincinnati Commercial at Danville and Harrodsburg, last week. an increase, on sixty-Gv- e different lines In ceeded to the command from which he ly every thing that man holds dear. wants to bet some body that ho will thirty Dick is verp fond of the fair. roUTics of the States and Territories, of 909 arose to the distinguished position of Never in the history of the county has never be Speaker after this terra. We miles of new railway, which, in addition Commander of the entire Confederate As usual occupy the attention of the deare not so certain about that if tho re- to the 4,990 miles reported in our statement forces. Near this point also the seven generate eons of the noble sires of the an election produced one half the excitepublicans still have a majority. Keif- for the first six months of the year up to days' battlesaround Richmond were fought. Old Commonwealth, and the Congressional ment, or been so hotly contested ai the present. The republicans, aided by every er is a man after their own heart and July 1, gives a total of 5,959 miles of main A few miles further on, but not immedi- races to culminate in November, are al- possible outsldo influence have made the ready approaching fever heat. The Legtrack already added to our railway system ately on the road, is Jamestown, the earlias he has been tried and found equal to moat desperate eflorts to elect their ticket. this year. est settlement in the U. S., it having been islature was unable to agree on a redlttric-tioany occasion however mean or conof the State, so it remains as before, The democrats though late in gelling to In this great and glorious country last commenced in 1607. The site we learn Is temptible, they will bo mighty apt to Friday, four of our esteemed fellow citiiens submerged work, hare never been so thoroughly and the only thing left to mark the extra Congressman given it by the late orgaulzed. Kvery retain him for a cat's paw. wero called hence by the hempen line. the historic spot is an old church tower, apportionment, being elected from the aroused nor so well For this position Mihone mother's son of them has thrown his whole Walker Hamilton, at Chatham, Va,; Har- now nearly in ruins. Col. Cash, who killed Col. Shan- rison Carter, at Jacksonville, has put out his little man, Johnnie Wise, aoul into this fight, Hut their organization Fla.; Merrick WILLI AMSBURO week. The repubnon in a duel in South Carolina last Jackson, at Fernandina, Fla , and Arman the first Capital of Virginia, is immedi- while the Democrats will support old man was made within the last licans have been hard at work for two r, year, for which he ought to havo been Coleman, at West Point, Miss., each for ately on tho road and has not fared so bad- Massey, late Auditor and a leading an independent candidate for the months. All sorts of stories are in circula hung, has announced himself an inde murder. The three latter were negroes. ly at the hands of old Father Tima. Its and all, according to their version of the yellow houses of ancient architecture still same office. They regard him as the least tion as to the amounts of money In the candidate for Congress in tho Fifth hands of both parties. The republicans stand while a few of more modern date, of two evils and saving his participation have used both money and whiskey withdistrict of that State, while Johnnie case, went right home to glory. have been added. It is a decidedly sleepy In the disgraceful repudiation just Inflicted out stint and the democrats apjiearto have Wise, who has fought a bloodless bat-tl- o To Tho Earmtrs. ou Ihe State, his record as a democrat, Is been as well supplied with these necessary We wish to say that in the future wa and dull old place, with much more to with pistols siuco he has become a Incidentals to a political campaign as the brag of in the past than to look for in the good. His election, It is claimed will be greediest could desire. It is safe to say that will under no consideration receive any candidate, is out for Congressman by a small majority. In the districts the not less than seven barrels of whiskey were more wheat unless it is thouroughly dry future. Although three times burned the Mahoneltes are making strenuous eflortt to- - distributed here last Friday and Saturday. in Yirgiuia. Such fellows of and according to contract. Wheat ii now walls of William A Mary College still course should be allowed to remain at damp and just In the sweat. Parties who stand as a monument of the past and increase their uumbership in Congress, Kverv man and boy in the county, with and backed by the influence and money of scarcely an exception, has been in town af hoine by a very large majority. thresh their wheat in this condition do so Judging from the hardness of tho brick. ter whiskey. The town was in tho possesswith which they are built, are destined to a thievish admislratlon, they appear san- ion of a mob during both of the days namrisk, ltespeclfully, at their own Col. Jones desires that tho statemark this noted seat of learning for ages guine of success. The honest democracy ed. Men wero absolutely frantic lu their MoAUSTFK A SALIC:!. as ment made in the Courier-JournaIo come. The brick were brought over are liopelul, lioweter, even against these demands for whiskey, which they curled cans, coiiee OLD ROCKCASTLETO THE FRONT. from Kngland in 1G9J and are as hard as great odds, and God gram that they may away in kegs.Jug', Uollles, oil coming from him, that Mr. Knott was pots, tin kettles, fruit cans, water buckets, Reaching out for the rich, the poor, the any limestone we ever saw. The building not be disappointed. There is one thing churns, gourds, washing tubs, and every under obligations to him not to run but its greatness that can be said of Mahone, he is not en. other kind of vessel th;t could be utilized. is still used as a College for Governor be denied, and Mr. K. lame, the blind and the halt. Come one, confe all to her healing waters. The pro- as an educational point ia alone with the tlrely forgetful of those Uon whose shoul- One son of a saw honie was wen at the basarises in Washington, to say too that it prietors desire to date that from now dead past. Some of the greatest Intellects ders he was ridden to power and to whom sjHiut spring, industrio tdy "dobblng"a is a mistake. Gentlemen, do not become until the 1st of October they have reduced ever given Io the world, had their young he owes mure than to any one class, his ket, which he swore he would have filled before he would ever "voto Ihe it d radiexcited; neither of you aro in the race, thfl board to one dollar er day, so that all Idets developed here, for three presidents, success. We refer to Ihe cal ticket". The events of Ihe campaign NKQKO ELEMENT. for the contemfor it is written on tho wall so plainly may have an opiortunity to drink of her a Chief Justice, fifteen U. S. Senators, sevhave been truly They have ho who runs may read: Judge healing waters. We heve also made ar- enteen governors, and hosts of other dis- These sable sous of Ham are to be found plation of Ihe prohibitionists. and lasting, to that rangements with the L A N. IUilroid and tinguished men, claimed it as their Alma In the post office, Custom Houses, Capitol, indeed been a disgrace, deep Owsley will he tho next Governor of the county and have shown conclusively the 0. 8. It. H to sell excursion tickets for Mater. Another of the many points of and vlhtr public buildings and in many that our people insleau oi improving io Kentucky. round trips at a price that all can afford. interest here, is the old church, built In cases, good republicans, who refused to morals are growiug rapidly worse. Miw. Buovn.u:, fearing that since We Hitter ourselves that the place is in 1CS0, of brick brought from the old coun- support the destroyer of the State's credit free of Charge. thosuddeu death of her brother, tho better running order than it was ever try. It is in a remarkable state of preser- and her reputation lor honesty, have been All parous sullerlug; trout Coughs, Colds, Astb-u- i, known, always supplied with fish, vegetavation and shows that our forefathers had bounced for negroes, who were hi. willing late uulaiueutod Guiteau, sho might Vronclillls, Lou of Vole, or injr sHVUIuu of bles in great abundance from their own not learned the slighting tricks of the tools. Having occasion to mail a letter lb. Tbmat and Luogs, aro rtnuaituJ to call at pass out of notice, has made another garden, and milk und butter of their own workmen of the present day. Around the while on a train in th Stale, we were sur- I'euujr ASIoAllsler'allrug More and get a Trial eflort to keep before tho public by production, We lioe all who are dispos old Ivy covered building are a great num- prised to have it taken by a negro, but wo Ilotlla of Klug'a N.w lllscor.rr fur Consumption, frroof charge, wbleh will routine tbem of Ha suing her husband for a divorce al- ed will come at once. ber of marcs, which are marked by stones. soon found thai he waa not alone lu his wonderful limits aud show what a ngular dollar-alglory. The negro is eveiy where there ltOOUCiSTLE BfBlNUS Co, hhal bear dates from 1050 ou. Their In leging extreme cruelity, Lolll. will do. Call tail jr. nover uttered a truer senti-timein his lifo than ho did when ho snid that any man, who buys an arti cle when ho knows thcro is no probability of his paying for it, is a thief. And if it wcro mado a penitentiary and in ashes.. Tim democratic party offenso, tho capacity of thoao instituhas boon exceedingly kind to Air. Mil- tions would have to bo increased tenler, fimo and again giving him office, fold, tho raoro's tho pity. and though he has sinned against it, Therk aro two factions of tho re most grieviously, it will again receive publican party in Georgia, each of him, nftcr n proper show of repentance, notwithstanding that ho is covered all which has put out a separate ticket. over with fdth from tho republican It matters not however how much these hog-peand the stench therefrom is sweet brothers fall out nnd fight, it past endurence. Hut if ho is joined would be all the same if they didn't. and Hon. A. II. Stephens could beat them to his idols, we bid him good-by- o leave him with his new found friends with their interest united, and not to contemplato his own self destruc- half try. tion. Baunum's big elephant, Emperor, Considering that Bradley had so mado a dash for liberty in New York, lavishly distributed his campaign Friday, followed by threo other of his fund, forced from the pockets of tho companions, and ran thro' the streets poorest paid of the office holders, and in a great rage. Several persons were that the democracy was without any severely injured and the consternation such means of electioneering, our vic- was greater than if any invading army tory is a grand one and as Brother with banners, had appeared. Barnea would say, so say we "Praise The regular democracy elected their the Lord." Mr. Ly tie's political am county ticket in nearly tho entire bitions are crushed forever and ho will Stato of Tennessee, and they feel conwatch Billy Ball's distillery in the fufident of a rousing victory in Novemture, a wiser and a sadder man. ber. The bolters are sad and forWo were to get telegrams from lorn. Garrard, Rockca?tlo and other points, The McIIenry-Jac- ob movement but tho telegraph office closed with and the Miller-L- y tie do. both received o'clock, and this put an abaugat8 end to it. (More of this anon.) We their quietus yesterday and don't yon n Whit In the world t begun for " Wo told this young man how it would be and pleaded with him liko a father unto a son not to desert the good old mother, at whoso breast ho had for so long found sustenance; but liko Absalom of old, ho hearkened not unto tho words of wisdom but stiffened his neck and now ho can repent in sack cloth Old Lincoln hns mlded another laurel to her brow lijr laying, tho Billy Miller ticket out, cold nnd dead, and declaring again for tho democracy. Our entire ticket ia elected by fully COO majority and tho leader of tho op position feelj lileo exclaiming: "If I am m quickly don for, - Pnop. PiCKnrr, Superintendent of Public Instruction, Iim amounted thai tlieschoollper capita rfor 1882-8- 3 it for whito children, $IA0 and for colored 11 cents. This diderenconow is most flagrantly unjust and wo do hopo for tho credit and good senso of our t pcoplo, that tho tax bill was made n Itw yesterday by an overwhelming vote. The Now York Sun says: "Tlw of tho campaign of 18S4 seems likely to bo tho question whether tho spirit that governs this country shall be Jeftcraonion or Ilobbcrsouion.' As tho latter spirit has been thorulingone for twenty years, wo aro inclined to be lieve that tho peoplo will then demand a chango in tones that can not bo two-ceno IOTES ON A TRIP TO VIRGIN!. W A If In to Ihe'OlitlTXmlfilftft. !co lh completion of tho Ity- - fSnd.clIrfiion of A Ohio K."K. ii iceoni Ihe plishetl so easily and ro quickly, that one who remembers the tedious travel of sev eral days that it required a few years ago, Is hardly able to realiie that he can now dine In Stanford and after a pleasant ride over one of the most picturesque of ihe great thoroughfares of the world, be landed in time for supper the following day at the Capital of the mother of Stales made doubly memorable as the seat of government of the late lamented Southern Confederacy. It is an sgrecable fact, nevertheless, which has just been very satisfactorily Idled by the writer, who wishes to add that for comfort and safety, for beauty of scenery and for the politeness of Its officers, tiiis ciiHurKAKK stands A No. 1 onto n. n. Talmaok in the estimation of those whose good fortune places them in Its care, from Islington to terminus at Newport News, on the Atlantic Coast, it la laid with heavy steel rail over which it splendid coaches pass almost without a jar. The road has been a most expensive one In its construction, traversing as it does Ihe Blue llidge, the Alleghantes. and numerous other smaller ranges of mountains. There are 30 tunnels between Ml. Sterling and Hichmond, Va., which vary in length from a few hundred yards to 1 miles In length. The latter figures represent the Big Bend Tunnel, the construction of which saved 14 miles over the course of the Greenbrier river, along whose torturous banks therovl follows for 75 miles or more and whose varied and enchanting views are only exceeded io beauty by those of New Hirer, along which It runs for another. 75 miles. The great future promised the G A O.K. It. as a trunk line is fast developing and its officers knowing Its importance are wide awake to its General Passenger Agent, II. W. Fuller, Esq , tells ui that as quick as we now make the trip, we are yet to male it in five or six hours leu time, as he intends next Spring to put on trains that will make the run from Louisville to Washington or Hichmond In 21 hours. RICHMOND shows many signs of a prosperous era. As a tobacco and wheat market it has greatly roilTUKSS MONROE. Increased since the war and the trade In One hundred yards from the Hygeia, this these two crops Is immense. Wheat is now massive structure with its hundreds of and always is higher here than either New cannon, looking savagely from orlc or Baltimore, but the demand of port holes, raises its grim exterior. course is not so large. Until recently tho There is now stationed within il a regiment Gallego Mills was the largest flouring of artillery and as there appears to be two establishment in the country, and is only officers to every Koldicr, ii is no wonder eclipsed now by one other just built in the the Hygeia is one of the most iiopu-la- r scriptions for Ihe most part are very queer and we could have spent'daya among them Instead ofTlhe fesfJ minutes allotted us Yorkfown, the srene of Cornwall!' surrender nnd its recent celebration by a big drunk at an enormous exense to the gov ernment, is five miles to the left so we were unable to get there but learned that the memorial column ordered by Congress ia progressing favorably. From Newport News where the GAO 11. It. has built extensive wharfs on one of the beat harlor on the Atlantic, an elegant little steamboat conveys the traveler to ot.n point coMi-ortThis ride Is especially delightful after a long and llrtsome one on the cars and it was doubly so to us from the fact that It was made by moonlight, over waves that sparkled like liquid diamonds. Nine miles of this and we are landed at the Uygela Hotel, one of the largest and handsomest buildings of Ihe kind In Ihe conn try, to the welcoming strtlns of music by the band. It was now U o'clock and after a supper, which diil credit to Ihe reputation of this hostleryV cuisine, we repaired to the dancing pavlllion. This Is built out Into the sea, and the devotees of Terpsichore are fanned by delicious breeics as they go through the dreamy mates of the walla or give poetry of motion to the lively galop. There ar COO or GOO guests here and it was an amusing sight to us next morning, when a majority of tbem appeared on the beach In their bathing costumes and commenced dashing and splashing In tho salty water. Now Ihe average female form divine looks much better when its imperfections are hid by Ihe cunning devices of Ihe fashionable and we know of no more disenchanting scene than to look at a lot of girls in their beautiful ballroom attire and then behold them in the wet and clinging attire of the surf. They don't look half so well and we were sorry to hare our young and unsophisticated belief that the femalo figure is always what It seems, so sadly shaken. But there were no Kentucky girls there, ro our faith in their perfections shall remain for the present, unbioken. We couldn't help wondering though, as we gazed at those alleged water nymphs, how some of them were able to stand, their underpinning was so slight and fragile appearing. dress-make- r, and we are glsd to say he makes a belter officer than might be expected. TIIK WHITE Stlt.rilDR and other Springs are not doing a big business this season, owing Io the unfavorable weather. There are only some seven or eight hundred at the first namid resort, although fully 1,500 are usually claimed at this, the height of Ihe season. The Improvements there are very marked. The large hotel building has been increased by the addition of an L, numerous handsome cottages have been erected, Klectrio lights Illumine Ihe grounds and a race track has been added. A week's races are In occur here the latter part of this month, and already some of the fleetest animals are on the ground. Tin: i.'itor. The best wheat crop for years was harvest-ed- , thrssh.il and sold, some as high as $1 30 oer bushel, but for a month or more a terrible drought has raged destroying Ihe prospect for any thing like a full corn crop. We saw hundreds of fields of Ibis cereal, that would not average a foot high and no where, except on the river bottoms, did any that was even passably good appear. A good rain fell in some portions of Ihe State during our stay, but It is feared that It is too late even to produce a half a yield of corn, It may Interest the boys, however, to know that the peanut crop Is pionusing and that the prospect Is that they can munch them at less cost next Winter than usual. Although we traversed Ihe Stale from the West Io the Ksst we saw no other extra ciops, and the same may be mid of W. Va., nor until we again entered the land of plenty beyond Mt. Sterling, did we rco a country, so blessed in every good thing as our own Ken lucky Blue-graregion, and we arrived at home, thankful to the Giver of all good gifts that our lot has fallen Into such pleas, ant places. OARRARD COUNTT. ntarEftMoniL. T.W.TARNON. WALLAanri.VAIlwnH T.W.A W. R. VAltNON, SUMMER Offirt In Owil.y STAN Font), KY. A Don's n.w bulMlnt-- at ap stairs. A,'!" I'OllNiaV AX LANCA8Ti:n, KY. TIIOM A H.O. KAUFFMAN. 1..AAV, Master Cbmnillot)tr anil Ctounly Allnrn.y, Will pnrltMln all ths Ooiir u of lstrsr.l ami adjoining routines ami In I h Court of Apals, CLOTHING -- A'I'TOIINJIY AT HTAM'Dltn, KY. Bl HIIiTj.JH., IA-V- , Will nraelles In lb. Oxirts ol this and allnlnlns- lime In cnuntlrs arl In In. Uiurl or Anwali. OwlUj A Kon'sasw IhiIMIds up Halts. A.T AIjRX. ANOflltHON, AT 3A"V, PANVIL1.K, KY., Will rrsctlMi In th Ouurliof IlojUiod a.ljolnloj eountlra aihl In lbs Court of Apptsls. ACTUAL COST! I.tllMlTV, KY. Will prattles In all th.Oaunaof Cs.or sml al- Joining; tvunlLs, and In ths Omirl or Appeals. Krwrlsl attention lo rollKtlont, Offlr. over AT'IOIINIIVnarasavrousTV,AW, AT J.. ixnxiiuiKit MABTRHHON l'KYTON, II T fn rirt's store. Many of tho Weights Aro Houvy Enough DH. J. O. OAM'ENTBH, KENTUCKY HrAtmillP Offlesoisr llobt, 8. 1.yll.'s slot., Ofllt. boors from t to Mi snj T to r. M. For Extreme "Win- tor. Men's Single Sole & Low- - J, J. WILHON, BTANlORIl, Wile, ami IlMldenre, Uppe r Main Hi. DIJNTIHT, KY. HUllflJJON DKNTIMT, STANKOKP, KY. slit. Main Strrct, two doors abot. lb. Myers llol.l. rur Nitrous OilJ. (las sdaslnlsLrsd when th LEK T. HUFFMAN. Cut Shoes and Ladies' Low-Cut of each In Ht. Asaph Shoes & Slip when necessary Hotel, oi.r ALjAneatter twoweasof Mtb month tblrd Monday IVntal rooms In Mason llous Pur. nitrous oald ft administered 8e.Blsn 463-t- f DliNTIHT, HmHJ WillBrit MooJsy b. In month, Hlanford from It. U MOllOAN, I). D. B. two wesks Denial rooms A llrlehl's. McA'litr Paint Lick. We have had good rains and corn crops never looked better. Mr. ltucker's new mill at this place will commence grinding wheat in about a week. pers at Cost to Reduce NT. WHVIt AIITI.ItTHrSMTH. Stock. nam si. mminrrr, ATTOR N EY AT LAW, Mt. Vornon, Ky. that jou forget it. Personal. Mrs. Q. Shumate has returned from her trip Io Tenn. accompanied by her charming sister, Miss Hattie and cousin Virgie McLean. Mr. N.M. Shumate paid Ibis place flying visit Sunday. Shot. Mr. K. Best, formerly one of the staunchest republicans of this precinct, but who was going to vote with democracy this time was coming home Sunday night and ai he was passing Wm. Denny's, of color, where there is a republican camp, some erson ran up in front of Mr. Best and shot him just above the left nipple. The ball struck a rib and ranged around but the wound is not serious. It is not known at this writing who fired the shot. Mr. Best says he is going to Ihe election if he has to be hauled there. 'Tis Early lo Commence Will praellc. bis profMalon In Ilotttastl. and adjoining counties and In lb. Court of Appsla. rjwelal attention gls.n to collections. a Reduction for Fall YAKIEVY NTOltK MT. VIOHNON. JCY.. Space, hut our Stoch is J. E. VOWELS' ! Large, and it Requires Time to Close; Hence the Slauglltoring Pri ces. Agencrof South-Ben- d Ohilleil Plowi, Averv'f Oast and Bteel FJowg, Buckeye Bcftpnri k Mower,8weepjtaJcs Threshers, Mitchell Tana Wagons, New Home Sewing Machines, Tailor's Elutio Bed Springs, ii:siKAi5i,iyiiiui Utile farm of s ion sod acres, well Iruprof.d and aliundanc. of stock water, arid lo a high slat, of cultlfillon, lying lniwe.llil.lr on lb. luroplk. ..twees eunlorl and LBra!r, It mile. Irotu MtanMd and 1 mllea from Lancaster, and of a mil. from tllllpertal reck lciol. IT e, guard-mountin- g Read ihe followin g dif ferences in prices and see our earnestness: $25.00 SUITS AT 818.00 20.00 SUITS AT 18.00 SUITS AT lfi.00 SUITS AT 15.00 SU1T3 AT 1C.00 15.00 13.50 12.50 10.00 t. itirriii.Hfomr, Kj Creek, (llll-ert- a 2, Very Desirable Farm For Sale. I wish to sell wjr f.rni, Ijlng on I lie Hanging IV k abckl mllr. IratH citinlarri, and csntnlaslg about IMarrea.f real Hanging (ork land ljin--1 a4Jlnlng Ihealoi. oa e4lher ikle cant If Ibis tract It not targ. enough to suit any on. deoirlngioi-urilui- . I want losell and going to sell JIIIIX W. IT.MMNOTO jW-J- Van-hoo- con-te- m -- Stanford Female College. .HTAM'OItl), With well-kno- KY. nt three-hande- SUITS AT 10.00 SUITS AT 9.00 SUITS AT 12.50 a Full Corps of Teachers, ALL TUB BRANCIIKH OK A 8.00 7.50 COO This Institution will open Its Thirteenth unmez.i Morxisr in Kpienlsr neat. 8.00 SUITS AT 7.00 SUITS AT 5.00 SUITS AT THOROUGH ENGUSHCOUnSE An taught, aa well aa MUUIO. TUB LANOUAOKH. DRAW. INO AND FAINTINQ. half-bree- d n 5.50 1.00 -- TERMS MODERATE. 80.00 SHOES AT 85.00 5.00 SHOES AT 1.00 1.00 In Tuition, prlera raog. from t2S to SM In tb regular Departments, lllmarr, IU, Intermedials 110, rrcparauur, 1(0, and Uollcglat, SoO. For full as to Board, Ac, address MKN. H. V. TKUKIIKAKT. rlurlml. Stanford, Lincoln Oo.,Kj, Courier-Journa- SHOES AT 3.25 3.00 SHOES AT 2.50 2.50 SHOES AT 2.00 Cincinnati, New Orleans & Tesas Pacific Railway. 83.50 LADIES SHOES AT 83.00 3.00 LADIES' SHOES AT 2.50 LADIES SHOES AT 2.00 LADIES' SHOES AT 2.50 2.00 1.50 11 07Iii:m:i:e3 InclTecl Aug I., Hit. o?Ij!vi33Ii,iei DIVISION. Pajr CINCINNATI HOUTHMIN bTAHONU. llx. A.M. S Acm Nlgt r.x. S SO I.I. n L. (tndnnatl. (leurgttuwu.. " ... (J Slate-at-lurg- 82.25 LADIES'SLIPPEltS ATS1.05 2.00 LADIES'SLIITEKS AT 1.50 leatugtoti.. " MtbolasTlll. High Hrldge. ' Hauslll. " Junction Lit 11 hoiuerset " llurmUc ii its II to 1126 12(7 . a M II IO (0 II w tl 10O1 1(0 OS Oil IS lt 1 IJ2J l'J(7 itfi S uo Arr. Cbsllanooga J... Lie. CliitiuiK.g.. rpriug " ltockwuNl- 11 I'olnl llurntld... ' riutuerset... ... , " Juuelluu Cllr .. - " " ilockwoud ........ Hprlng Cllr 110 A.M. arlO It 1157 ... . SSO loss A.St. IHIriU ; sss read-juste- ui 0111 0 40 1.75LADIES'SLirPEItS 1.50 LADIES'SLIITEKS AT 1.25 1.25 LADIES'SLIITEKS AT 1.00 AT 1.35 un. SOO 7 0S 7 60 S 40 ar 7 40 12 40 . 5M 730 loos IS2 SIS 4 11 4 S3 SSS 11 " " llilu. Nltbolurlil. (leorgeluwn ALABAMA DatiTllle, High . . Islington.... . . 31 05 4 2 3 JM Ii 109 A.M li 11 SSO SSS 6 40 3(1 0 10 81.00 ST11A.W HATS AT $3.50 3.00 STIIA.W HATS AT 2.7G 2.00 STRAW HATS AT 1.00 STKAW HATS AT .75 STRAW HATS AT 1.50 .75 .50 1.50 STKAW HATS AT 1.00 Arr. Cincinnati Lve. Chattanooga. .... 430 7 40 70S 733 10S3 0SJ SOS SSS 7 40 (1IIKAT SOUTH KKN. A.M. 00 IS 68 S IS Atlalla lllruilnghaui " Tuualouaa Arr, Meridian " " .. . l, Arr Chattanooga. ..... VICK8IIUKI1 Lv. Meridian " TuHaloosa " llltiulugbiui...... " Atlalla... ,....... ..w . .. .... ....- ....... -. . . . ...... ... ... .. . . . loop j SSS ..w. ... . ... I SSO f S80 ilSSI SSO S7 AN1I MIIIliTllAN. .HHH Lie, Meridian.... Arr. Lta. ' ' . .... ..... . .. . ... ,. .."' I j oxo " " . Boys' and Youths' Clothings, Shoes and Hats in Same Arr. Meridian " Turret... Jaekinu Vltksburg Vleksbiirg.. Jatksoo Brandon. Brandon . .. . ... . j ISM ........... . ... jj j jq o I 4 .... "" ..... .. ..... .. 1 ... ... . 4t jg (( 4J 400 Arr. Monroe E. Vlil.burg.... " Delta Monroe... Helta VICKBBUKtl, HHItBVBfOKT AND I'ACIKIC, ........ , ..... .,... ... -- . 1 1 00 1JSO SSO Proportion. I s. BRUCE.WARREN&CO. ... .,,. 100 -- . JOHN MXITT. V. 1'. and (Jen Mau Cln. 8ou. Il'jr, Clnelnnall, Ohio; K. I". WILHON, 0. K. and 1. A. Cln. Hou. K'jr, Cincinnati, 0, II, COLL-BllAO l'. A. A. II. H. U'r. UKatlaua.Ttnn.t J. IIAIUII. II I' JL. V. ail. " s Vlf " It'V. Le. " Arr. Vlckiliurg.,.. ... ... It 7 30 SO 117, Monro., La. mim.1 jui; r. iiKJuiitE, 11. t a. v., is. "" 4 ft pu w i I A Ciiancr roit tiii: Ilora The following waa received via London, laat evening, ml and we advlae our young men not to let Jltrr rer i?nl a nrsr llnei of bus;; aurh an opportunity slip by them! 3CY. wRnn liarnra. W. T. (Irren. 8rRi!rn-- To II'. i'. Wallm: Tell Tuesday Morning, Ilir.t.v llRAnr.RT'n. prospect In Novem- - our August 8, 1882 friends to send us 20 young men to Iwh la decidedly blue. He wont even af match a many beautiful but beauleas ford Phil Thompson amttaement. L A N. I0CAL TIME CA1D. Ilrlng roller akalea. CAMrnrr.t,, I oi'FF.n my entire alock of Hummer I'siwrnrerlrslni North 9 ma. M. . DEATHS " " Mnulh 2 (ft p. M gooda at greatly reduced prlcea for the Thompson Ye.terdsy morning a let- next thirty daya. J. W. iiAYiiKir. egram waa received by his relatives here, LOCAL N0TICC5. At thitnew KlnlTiceof Kaat llernaladt, announcing the denlli of Col, T.W.Thotnii- Ilnv 1'ainth of Penny A MeAUsier. Li ii re I county, I). It. listion, formerly of ion at his home In Louisville, of organic Iif.KVFN niUNiH HiiRsr for $1 nt MoAI-lat- e Ihia county, baa roimnlsaloneil I. M, disease of the heart, at C r. M. Sunday. He r A llrlabl's. was a brother-in-laof Col. W. O. Welch. I'l.rUSK NoTirr..-- AII Llnifi anil Omcnt constantly on Halt, iwrsons Indebted hand r A. Osrslf y'a. to Hale A Nunnelley, either by note or of this place, having married his sister, New slork of Jewelry ami .Silverware at account will pleie ooine forward and fet- Ophelia, In 1870, and he and another Penny A MoAliitrrV Hon. (I A. Lackey, went down yes. tle Immediately. The hualnea miiat be I'iiuit Jaim In any style ami- - it your wound up. A. T. Nunnelley. terdsy to attend the funeral, which occurs price t McAllater A Ilrlglits Col. Thompson was ss brave and Ciiikii Mima Sorghum MIIU ami evapVennoh predlcU aa followa for tbla, the true a man aa ever lived' and was univerorators for sale iir A. Owsley. accnml week of Augiiat: Weather rarying sally loved and respected for his many exIvkiu of (Joo.1 Tea will finil llio l.ct from moderately warm to rerr warm, eren. cellent trails of character. During the late In the city nt I Wit A McAllater'. inga and nlglila pleaaantly cool. Hbowery war, no soldier who went out to battle for ThoLARGEST STOCK of WAT0HES.0L00KS, JEWELRY Watch m, Clocks ami Jewelrr repaired and aultry with aomo beary raina about the cause of the South, distinguished himanil warranted ny renny v .McAllater. AM HlXVEinVAHE self more, or rose more rapidly in rank, Country bacon, blglicst mar the 12th and l.lih. WANTrn. ket price In cash all. McAllnter A Itrtglit. Knlering the army as a private, he wasaoon Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Tiik Stanford Coloreil Ftlr Aaaociation, 1'unn Allien l'rtilt Vinegar, bent In the Preaident, J. Ij. Jarman, wilt glre an exJewelry Repaired on short notice, and Warranted. promoted for gallantry to a Captaincy. In world, for rale only by McAllater Ilriglil. hibition on September 0111,7111 and 8th in this capacity betook his comiiany of 100 ami Yott will Tim! the bent S. J. Kmbry'a wood near town. They of- men into the famous battle of Shiloh, In large. For his valuable services aa a re- thi vorld and preach;" then surely in this cigar In town at Penny A McAllfer a long Hat of premium, and we truat which, althottgh three times wounded, and ater'. porter the Directors presented your new place of rervice, I mint sgsin reJ. It. A H. II. Shanks are receiving ami the while people will aaalat I hern In their conscious that Ids company had been re the invariable leon "First the with several tin cups full of lem- hear duced by the missies of death to 19 men, commendable cnterpriac, and make It a big nixniiiK nice new lot of Zelgler 8hos onade, also a piece of ribbon which was blade, then the ear; after that, the full he fought to theend, covering himself with low cut. tied In his button hole by the fair handa corn In the ear." Not begin Dayton, the A KUM, line of California Canned (loods, Hkatino Kink.-- To add to the pleaaure a glory so great, that lie waa promoted to of Druce, the learned Secretary, first oint In the new Commission with the Including: Aprlcols, llraiiea, rears, 1'eacliea the rank of brevet Ilrigadier Oeneral, and same success as Frankfort, the laat point A little election Is going on and I'ts Plum at McAllster ami llrlilit's. of the Somerset nine, who nre to play the this too, before he waa 21 rears of ace. Stanford a match-gamat .1 r. M. (Monday,) In Danville, and among those In the old one. This is not the divine orPERSONAL. and one morning at 0 o'clock, Since the war be has filled several offices of who are likely to aail up Salt river is the der. I must "win my apurs" before I ran the young people have rectired the Opera trust, including the clerkship of the Louis gifted youth whoso contributions to this wear them in this new field. J. H. I loot Kit, Kwj., baa gonelo Houae for when a big akattng en vllle Chancery Court, and at the time of column hare excited the admiration of In the absence of interesting items conhis death waa a prosperous merchant. A the world. He aspired to the Police cerning the meeting, the above may be Mil. Geo. HAM.r.r, and Miss Annie tertainment will be gtren. Ercrbody in brave and noble man has fallen, and the Halite, of .Somerset, are visiting Mrs, Crslrj vlted; the ladiea eapecially, who will lie ad- Judgeship of the town. 1 le has never been helpful to some who are pressing on to mltttd five, und are exected to contribute many friends of the bereaved wider, in thia Police Judge, he never may. If he should higher things instead of sinking into tbe Lynn. the home of her girlhood, are filled with Miss CortNit: Cooi'iu has returned to a good tirlo generally, Duora oen at be, he may not make a "mortal good one-- " current stagnation, where ao many of the tender sympathy for her and her four litfrom DaiiTilte looking unuiiially bright 7 JO l'. M. This much however has been accomplish LORD'S dear children are content to retle children, In the hour of their crushing and pretty. ed, quite a number of the colored people main. To these last, of course, it will be Tin: U. A O. It. It. will run an excuraion IxtuIavIIIe, la from Lexington to Old Point Comfort for Mils. Mahv Dunn, of have at last thrown olT the yoke of the mighty dry reading. 5J f. M. We have just returned from RELIGIOUS. flailing her slater, Mm. Jauica 1'axton, and the benefit of the Midway Female Orphan bosses. They intend to be dictated to no other relativca here. Aayluni next Monday, at $11 for the round Iter. II. It. Noel reports 10 additiona longer. The mere fact of a man calling the first children's meeting we have bean able to hold, though longing to have one -- Mm, J. W. and daughters, trip. Tickelagood until the 23th. No to the church at Hall's Clap, and says that himself a republican after having been Misses Annlo and Mary, are Waiting at more entoyable or inatrtictlre trip could lie the meeting will continue during the week. thing else, shall he as nothing to them every Sunday. At last, enough of the Judge Ktndrlcka', in Somerset. taken, aa we have juit found, and it ia an Tho meeting at the Christian church in the future. Heretofore, when a colored little feltows were gathered to keep up the Mim Nannir Dunn, of Ktchmond, oportiinily to go cheaper than may lie the closed Sunday night with 20 confeaaiona, man has voted contrary to the command of interest through an entire service, and the one of theloTely P.O. K', waa with MIm caae again. For $.1 more the trip can be 2 additions by letter and 1 by restoration. the leaders he has suffered all manner of result has been glorious. CI of tbe dear little ltoclicster, yesterday, on ber return extenled up the Chraieake bay and Poto Fid. lSeynolda won the love of everybody. persecution. There can be nothing of this little ones the Savior loved so well, con from the Danville Fair. Kid. W. L. Williams reports that tbe hereafter; too many have asserted their fessed His name and did it beautifully. mac river to Waabington and return MirsMin.mk U.snurtwoon, of Ixmia-vlll- e by the Va. Midland road to the C. A meeting he has been holding with Eld. J. manhood to day to make it any easy thing ine euect was almost electrical, and 1 t. should not wonder if, as in Breathitt counand MIm Jessie Dinforth, of Charlra-ton- , It. at Clurlolteavllle. do by all tneana. O. Livingston, at Lawson's School House, lot them to be persecuted. It ia comfort ty, nearly four years ago, the break down Mo., are vialllng at Mr. K. K. had rcelved in 25 additions up to Saturday ing to think that the reign of the bosses Is of adults, dates from this children-- .' meet William Aumti.v, the convicted mur- laat. ing. God grant it may be so. Before this so near at an end. blessed ingathering the number of confes Mr. John Sruallwood, of Union county, Mittnt Mamik Anthony, of New derer of hia aunt in (iarrird county, who "PRAISE THE -- 0RD." sions for soul was 82, for body 147. This Albany, Ind., and IMclIe Ilurr, of Oiwe-g- Iain Jail at Ktchmond, till the (lovernor Ky., haa bequeathed nearly $73,000 to emhaul of the gospel net, nearly equalizes Dayton, Ohio, Aug. Cth, 1832. F. iinda the time to aay whether be ahall be ploy and pay preachers of the Christian N. Y., are visiting their uncle, Mr. them, 14G for soul. Only one behind the bung or not, haa, according to the lUyitler, Church, who will labor In the interest of thar Inltrior: I can't J. Anlhonr. $50 from Richmond, and $25 anointings for bodily healing. lieen caught in a plot to murder the jailer that denomination in Kentucky. report the night meeting and get this to you Mtiwiw Mattir anii lliir: Fori u:, of from Winchester "helped the cause" a good in time. Pray hard for and make hia eacajie. A letter to hia us dear fronds who The Session of the l'reabyterian church Ibanen,and Mis Abo YauArsdale, nf and Know now to pray." "Saying prayers "ia brother, which be tried to amiiggle to him, headed by Iter. I. S. McKlroy, went out to deal last week, and made Hall rent e aaied Friday en route to down Rich no good in audi a crisis. Ever in Jesus. board bill easy to pay. I set fell Into the Jailer'a hand and diacloaed the the Swiss settlement yesterday, and after a Geo. O. Barnes. Spring', where I tier will remain the binincM. He and two of hia fellow pria-o- abort talk by him, 12 united with the mond for $100, Incorrectly last week. Five ml of the season. friends contributed the $50. One dear la-- MlWMJusr. WAl.Kiiitand Milt V. era were to aw out of their cella, and church here, ail of them having been mem dy In Winchester sent the 25 to Marie. The Lett Bucklcn's Arnica Salre. Bruise, with the piatola that he begged hia brothulie In tbe world for Cuts, ber a ia the old country. liarlow, a genial and popular pair of Kith- Thcan friends will never know till the Boies, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, er to aend him, they were to march forth to cloa- Ker. Dr. K.O. Ciuerrant haa juat Champed Hindi, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin luond gentlemen, who hare been guest of liberty. If Auatin receive thejuallce due ed a two weeka' meeting at Irvine. There I'ook of Remembrance' la opened how their Eruptions, and potltlrely cures piles. It la guar Crab Orchard Springs, stopped here yesteropportune giflH lifted sinking spirits and anteed to glre entire satisfaction or money refundhim, though, hia reieaae from Jail will only were forty-aiuni furnished the "sinews of war" in the additions, thirty-seveday on Ibtir way home to vote. ed. Price 23 cents per box. Kor aale by Penny A be to atrangle to death on the gallowa. ting with the Presbyterian church, and or- 'good fight of Ki.n. Milton Ki.mott, Principal of faith" now going on. Some McAllster. Klliolt Institute, at Kirksvllle, wis here Monf.y. Mr. A. C. itohinaon, who ganizing a church. Among the number take this thing out In "talk" polite but Ol.li Do Not be Deceived. Friday. We are glad to know that hi by the wilt of hia father, Mr. Jacob Itobin-on- , was Dr. Daniel, aged 81, the oldest physi unmeaning others don't even do this; In these times of quick uedlclne advertise school la In a nourishing condition 1 18 ia made executor of hia ealate without cian in the county. while yet a "little Hock," thank God, don't ments everywhere. It la truly gratifying to find Ker. I. S. McKlroy his been granted a one remedy that la worthy of praise, and which pupili baring been In attendance laat reotlrlty, baa found among hia pa vera, a gas, but act. And these are they who will really does aa recommended. Electric Bitters we number of odd looking plecea of paier, vacation by hia churches at Stanford and win a crown. So, please, don't let us hear can vouch for as being a true and reliable remedy, which over a hundred yeara ago, paaaed l'erryvillc, and the ladies of the Society in any more, dear Walton, about these devoandonetbat will do ss recoaineoded. They In- LOCAL HATTERS. fur money in the then young State of Vir connection with his church here made him ted friend', 'you write about, who will nev- TsrlaUy cute Stomach, and Liter Complaints, It waa a famouarictory. ginia. One of them la for $100, and prorata-e- a little present to meet expenses. He leaves er see that "little organ" sold for aboard Diseases of the Kidneys and Urinary difficulties. We know whereof we speak, and cau readily say, for Cumberland Falls and from there that it will be exchanged at the Treaau-r- y 1(IK C'liKAM FnKixr.iMatcoat by W. T. bill, for I do assure you it might hare give them a trial. Sold at fifty cents bottla by at the rale of one for forty Spaniah Mill will go to Itockcastle Springs. gone juat that way, had not "doera" and Penny A McAllster. (Ireen. ed dollar. Itiaaigned by John I.yne and not "forgetful hearers" (aa James calls LAND. STOCK AND CROP. County Couiit met yeaterday, and John Hopkina. The others are for aix connecNEW AIIVKKTISEJIKNTS. K. F. Gaines sold to I'ulaski parties G them) come to the front. In this orer to Spaniidi Milled dollara, and one la for tion I cannot refrain from quoting another Cotswold rams at $11, of audi a dollar. The paper ia of the blessed Tiieiik will l rouaic by the band Failures last week numbered lOlagaint verse from this same quaint but coarteat kind, and look a much like the MaKpistle writer. "If one of you say unto at the Skating Kink, 111 of the week before. nilla wrapping paper of the present day. deLatest estimates reKrt the wheat crop them," (tbe needy brother or sister) Thirty-ar- e acres of corn land, IS seres of wheat FRmi aupply of SwIm embroiderlea, Mr. Itobicaon uppoe that they came part in ieace; be yc warmed and filled; land aud house and lot of ten acres of graa of Minnesota at 40,000,000 bushels. India Linena. As.; at Lytle'a. from the eatate of hia grandfather, the late notwithstanding, ye give then, not theee with It. Apply tome near Drlght'a School. house, Tom Itobinaon sold to C. Q. Ware 65 who moved from Virginia CMt JAN. JtOBINNO.V. TilRilemocratio uiajoily in thia county Jamea Itobinaon, mountain wethers, averaging 88 pounds at things which are needful to the body; to Kentucky at an early day, and aettted what doth it proGtT" James 2; 10. Verb. la mure than it waa for Hanoock by 123. 3cents. on the old Wllruot farm in Garrard, which Hoopla! It. F. Sbddutli aold to A. T. Nunnel- Sap. Sat." "And don't you forget it." I SMALL FARM FOR SALE. haa become o notorioua aa the acene of the forgotten "Pink Cottage" and ley a yoke of oxen for $145, and a fat cow have not I rery fearful tragedy enacted there recently. Miss llrLLK lluciiifs would Having mored to NIchoUtTiUe, I will Mil never shall, though you may rest assured at .1 cents. much obliged to thoMi indebted to her if my Fami, contilnlng about A iiisoiuor.rui. uow,whicli weleirn waa The Dwyer Kros. have bought Wan- it haa not soured on me. The dear LORD and aettle. they would call tarted by Wood Little refuaing to pay the dering, a gelding, from James keeps me sweet, all along the line. And I ONE LAMK3, call and examine the light runlearn lots of lesions as I go. The sweetest On tho DanTllle A Stanford Ilke, about 3 miles entrance fee to the race it Spring Hill Muiphey for $5,000. from DauTille. The plsce la in a good aUUi of ning New Home Sewing Machine, the beat Park, Crab Orchard, occurred there SaturHon. Harriion Kailey Is the owner ofa of all is, that JESUS never disappoints.' ia grass except about 30 acres; that to In the world, for ajle at Chenault, Serer-anc- e day. The The house M. Hiatt, cow that haa had nine calves in four years. O how I have learned that, afresh, since go In small grain. also pantry, la In good repair and Mr. A. cistern conlaina 7 looms, A CoV. Uowcr-pl- l, coming to Dayton. al at the door, ancceeded In getting hia money, but waa The laat were triplets. Shelby Sentinel, tenant- also been most new barn, Another very valuable one, has It. W. IIockeu baa aold to Mm. S. 1'. aubaeuently abuaed bv Little to audi a The Kentucky Trotting Home Breedhouse, AC, and as line frull ol every description ss wsnts: apples, Wella, of Crab Orchard, Xi altarea of alock drgrtc that he repented It with Ilia cane, ers' Association will hold a fall meeting at learned in this rough school; and that is, auy one lies, damsons pears, peaches, plums, cherries. era simost sot imug you may in llie Farmers National lUnk for $1,900, giving him a stunning lick on the head. Lexington, commencing October 10th, and that there are "wheels within wheels," as call for. Vlrntr of stock water. In slant or school- shop, house, onomlfe Ezekiel haa it, in our experience. The from water mill,from blacksmith healthy two miles They wereicparated by byatandem,and in a continuing four days. equal to $140 tr aharc. place for l'lstresalugly . In IS years liner ptld fl doctors whole of a symmetrical life is made up of the doctors. few minuteaheand JoaJonc,who waancting Mr. II. S. Withers took the premium bills. I reler you to Mess. T. M. Ullard, II, M. aonof the late WalThomas Saunih-iui- , Llnney, It. Ucntry, also aa id and ml of the ground, came to blowa. on a 2 year-olmare at Danville Friday. succesaive rehearsals of the principle that Urea on W. idace, snd Thomas 8am Johnson, who Melcalf, SUulord. tbe ter (1. Saundera, haa become a lunatic, and Little, it Ii aald, also got the worat of thia The fair waa a complete success financially governs the whole; so that while tbe plat- Address JOHN MKTOAI.r. n riew of with will bo tried NIclioliiTille, Ky. C7 forms on which we walk are ever higher encounter, which would probably have aa well aa in point of merit. rending him totheaaylum. on each, in turn, we "beC. Q. Ware eold to 1. P. Nunnelley 7 and higher, yet, len the laat of hia life, bad Jonca' pistol gin at the beginning." Precisely as DECRETAL SALE It la raid that Highland haa gone demo- gone off when he mapped it cloae to hia cowa at 3 cents; weight 1017 lbs , and ordinary education, we learn the in an rudi OF cratic. If thia I ao, we made a good head. Subsequently a man named Gran. bought from John White, six ments of each science in succession. No awap when we traded for Joah Dye. What Allen alito waded Into Little, and for the heifers averaging 816, at 4 cents. in what is gone over, third time he came out aecond beat. Fido you think, Mr. Lylle? T. J. Foster told to Collins Gentry 10 previous proficiency nally by order of Judge Ilurcli, Mr. Will cattle, to go oil in the laat ten daya of removing the necessity of beginning with Tiik fourth and laat rale, wo hope, of Blunder succeeded In tandtug Little in September, at C cents, and 23 to go oil' lost the A, II, C of the new study. So In SpirCrab Orehard Spring will occur ThurmUy. jail, though not without a severe struggle. ten days in October at 6); will weigh about itual life, it is ever "First the blade, then There la no trouble thia time about tho ti- Little acknowledged himaelf to blame for the ear, after the full corn in the ear." 1000 on delivery. tle, and the tuan who bida for them will all the the whole life, but ex- trouble, and lays it to liquor, an The Winchester Dttneeral says: Perry Ar.d this not only in hare to mean bualneaa. In the parts that go II r ilrtue ol a decree rendered at tha Special cuao that ahould never palliate an ofTenae. Drowning sold 17 head of about 1 100 pound continually rehearsed of I ha Llucolu Circuit Term, whole. Each part ia but Junoaction of188;, 0. Welch, Trustee, AcCourt, In W, , va. I. the Harms A Dawoh hare juat received cattle to J. J. Hodgkin laat week at $5 75 to make up tho the Tiik Flection yesterday was a decidedly for fall delivery. Wheat now commands the whole inepitome aa the completed whole Shelby, Jr., et si,uunuuderslgued ss Muter tbiu- IS tona o( Luke Ice, which they will sell In win, oil luissiouer oi saiu is an aggregation of the parts, and just awall Iota at 1) cenU per pound. Pcraona quiet one hero. The opposition real lied but 80 cents In the local market. wanting (urge lota can get ft on reasonable early In the day that their ellorta would be So far this season there have been like them. The application of thia principle has At S o'clock r. u.. on the prtmlsis, sell at publlo teruia. They allll aell manufactured Ice at vain, aud that their labor would be all they sold at public sulo in Kentucky 155 head to the highest bidder, the Crab Orchard would get for their pains, ao they fought with of thoroughbred Short.horu cattle, and the helped me Jo understand tbe Dayton meet- auction, lrorty. to enforce the provisions of a I cent per pound. hprlogs deed of trust forth benefit ol certain creditors. a spirit that allowed they had given up the sum paid for them was $130,810, a little' ing, as it bears on the development of my xrcuUdby I. bhelby, Jr.. snd wife on the 2Glli On the night of the Utb, 10th and 1 tit individual ministry, more than any day o April, 1S1I, l contest, which they continued only for ap ' Welch, and or recoM over $300 per head. Of this number 229 own month, a dirplay of celestial ofthit I lie offlc of lbs Clerk of lb Lincoln Co. Court. pearance sake. The colored troop fought were kept In tbe State at an average coat thing-- else. It is simply a repetition; on a InThis prorly consists of JJ arrsa of Shaded or what la known oa falling alara, different platform, of the trial that met me I.aw,o uhl'b ar the taraoaa a Epsom, Sulnobly for Jacob, Lylle, Portman and Ilene-die- t, of $318, and 220 were taken to other States phur and Chalilieataliprlags, of .lew may be looked for, a according to the In the Winter of '70 when this Evangellias, tVater. Ac, or Cowhile an occasional one voted aa ho at au average coal of $282. tho earth will im through a accommodatlou ttages, Ac, all I wrought In Lebanon for COO htablea, The pisesallurdlng a lupular bumism began. Then, pleased. There waa no opposition to the haa been guests. UHterolc xone, where atara lly around like BOTLE COUNTT. for a whole month, as faithfully and pa- mer resort for orer &0 rears, aud la situated In Lluregular ticket, savo In tho judges' and Jail-orcolu comity, Kt., 800 leet abose the Ohio valley, halla In a battlejDad. tiently as 1 ever did in my life, yet withraces, and of courro figures on the oth Darmlle. has direct vllle It. It., A. out fruit In "gathered sheaves." I could cation with and tb principaland rapid communi-of TltK DANVII.I.K AllVUOATB SOLU. Wo er races are interesting, only when offLicense for tbe marriage of II. all titles snd towna Kentucky, Tennessee, Louisiana, Virginia aud hare reliable Information that the Stock icially rqvortcd. At l o'clock Judge Thompson and Julia llolman haa been count on the fingers of one hand, the souls Ohio. anved in that first meeting so far as we company owning the above excellent paper, 1! Town's majority was 201 at Huatonvllle by the County Clerk. At asms lima and place will In sold In bulk all reouslty on tho place tonTared to tb Trustb saw. That trial safely and patiently pass-ehave aold It ton republican firm, and that over Lytic and Newland'a 181 over Young. The (leintn at James Hall on Thurstee by thadtwd of trust afornaia, consisting of i, uninterrupted success aet in. During r'urolture, Heddlag, Liars, Mr. J, It. Marra, ita accompllalied editor, At Turnersville, Hrown's and Newland'a day night was an elegant affair. The home axons, Ac., excepting such as lias been will go to Louiarllle to aee to hit Intereata majorities in force and mathat memorable month, the LOUD so purcbastd for lb season ol Wl, which will be Waynetburg belles and beaux were out wcie 111: at there. AVe hope there U atill aomo mlatake about 70, at Crab Orchard, 14, and at Wal ny ladies and gentlemen from other places sweetly kept me that I never for a moment sold separately I undo without reser'S and will Tb aalra will about it. uupretedeuted opiurluntty nut Hal, 10. Highland was about an oil- - wero present. I Intended to have sent a yielded to a feeling of disappointment In adordan spMUlaUou. Possession will for given oil Cow. T. L. Jokes aud A. M. Swope set. At the two Stanford precincts vote Is as description of the ladies' toilettes which God, though sorely tempted once and th lllh ottivpteiuber, isar, or soouer Iflb season ends before that date. 'I lie kllles. liowter, ioke here Saturday to a good crowd. We follows: Kicharda, 4U0; Henry, 457 Jacob, were truly elegant but was disappointed In again. So it has been la Dayton while will lis nu wlxu iiltVrt, curlull or Inter, ii mirrekaful passing through tbe same A, 11, C trial, on fere wills llie were unable bo present all the time, but U1U; Lusk 10; Iirowu, 478, Lytic, 349; getting lL Wolf A Frojt of Lexington, under llie uiitiiHieiueiil of (Jen, J, a new and wfder platform of service. If Kolilutoil. persona coinetent to Judge tell ua that Col. Carpenter, 637; lllalu, 021; Mentfee, 625; furnished the music. TLUMD Credit on aud 11 months for both The Doyle County Fair which closed In Kentucky 1 heard the voice of Jesus really anderaoualty llonds roiulrvd with good Jonea In Ida rejoinder kinder got away Ncwland,605; Young, 300; i locker, 608; day of pfrsoualaeturily, Howard, 601; Daughtrty, 489; llrlght, 410; on Friday, waa in every way a aiicccs this saying with the aaoie emphasis, that sent sal and hating lb bearingsofper cent, from A lieu withjtne handsome aud eleipitnt Judgments. euVU who had tho mlafortuoo to go Portman, COO; Carson, 376; Martin, 670; year. The stock exhibited was fine. The tne from Chicago to Kentucky lu the be- aluretalued. Permission glien purchasers to pay any liui befor maturity. If doslred. Ilenedtct, 274. For road law, 67, against crowd in attendance equal to that of any ginning, but now, not "goto Kentucky orrUiudsat wrong after atarling out In life as an lion-eW.U. WlLl'll, cash receipts and preach my go!')" but "Go unto oil July 2, 1682. Mas. Coiuir. U 0. 0. 6C8. For school tax, 409, against 217. preceding meeting, and the democrat. m Tiik Matins; Kink will openf.l S0?AlT3rORr), ItocK-fiART- -- INDUCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY! J mal-den- a, broth-In-la- 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 meRespectfully, ROUT. S. LYTLE. 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 & McALISTEK, PENNY PHARMACISTS, rnAi.it a m & McALISTBR FANCY ARTICLES. Pharmaceutics! Preparatlona a specialty. DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY Thyslclans' Prescriptions accurately compounded t corres-ondc- nt TO OUR PATRONS ! AiiRtiHt 1, 18S2. e y, Willi tliiHiliUc wc culcr on our Hccnuil yenr In (he Grocery IIiihIiichh la Niniiforrt. Our Iiiih readied our lilghcHt exim'-cea- s e. pectation). Wc (nice alilH opportunity to thank our fricinlH Tor their very liberal pntronnRC mill nKsurotlicni mIioiiIiI they Mill honor iih with their trade, It will be our caracul endeavor to de-ner- ve It. lVc can he round at the hiuuc old place with the largest and nioHt complete Htock of Groceries, iucciiHwnrc, Ac, In the city, all of which will he Hold at the lowcnt poasihlc margin. Itcppcctfully, MoALISTER & BRIGHT. where thin implement tv-er- y losowram in corn land or any ordinary land no preparation is needed it vted; nmply drire into the field and go to work feeding. TDEMS Three First-Clas- ..ILjIBIOJNr One. in HARROW, CULTIVATOR & SEEDER. s O.-I- Ilar-ro- Implements Combined in Making the Lett and cheapest implement every crop cultivated. tr produced, An imjJemcnt that i intlLinmllc g, Uock-cattl- n x la Sulkjr Itsrrow and Seeder. The Albion Spring-Tuot- h money than required to obtain a grain drill, which can only be utilized in one crop, this implement can be had, which will put in all kind of mall grain in the rery belt manner m lime and with Iim labor than the bat grain drill made. For leia n y one-aixt- h FOR RENT! - 7VJL' - ' .'3r-- . rosltlon of Teeth and Lever while at work. Then by detaching the Seeder you hare the best Harrow in the vorld, one that trill do more work-ionce going orer the ground than an ordinary harrow wilt in a dozen, beside doing the work faster and with more rare. -- mr WPl.., J-- jm I- - n MTN " HUNDRED ACRES smoke-hous- e, corn-cri- b, d At first tlated, here it an imjilemeat that can be used in every crop cultivated and one that it Farmcrt, come and tee it, get a sam in none by any other implement; durable and simple. ple and try it. If it doc not do what we claim for it, we do not want yuur vivney. )V. J Iter Dhintinn vour croo. bu removinti three teeth vou can thorouolJu pulierixe the toil, cultivate and destroy the. ueeds in two rout of com at a time, a thing that no (Aher cultivator will do. GEO. D. WEAREN, Agent, It. II. WEA HEN, iancasrr. Ky. GltEES .C WILLIAMS, Aoti , llustonville, Ky. Position of Teeth and Lover while not In use, Stanford. Ky. Agt , Richmond, Ay.' L. WITHERS, A at., have cultivated mv crort of corn thit tea.vm with the Hon. T. B. Montaomerr's Testimonial. Albion Combined Cultivator, Harrow and Seeder and can say without Imitation that it it the best It does its harrow or cultivator hare ever teen. Can plow ten acre of corn a day with all case work Jierfectly, and lean cheerfully recommend it to my farmer friendt. That 11. Montgomery. I I To tow main with this Seeder no extra hand in required to clean it from tilth as thit by the di iver without stopping or yetting off hit teat. it all done m oo.. THURSDAY, AUG. 1082, PIANOS AND ORGANS sTODEarJNT OI3CXJR.CJI3: cfc AND UICTAIL DEALEIM IN WIIOLKHALP Sheet Music, Bsota, isi all Kinds of foiul Meiihnii, 1 NO. 66 WEST FOURTH ST., CINCINNATI, O. Grand PIANOS, Square P1ANUS, aud Upright PIANOS, In Rosewood, Satinwocxl, Muhogony, French Walnut ami Ebonizeu Cases, in elegant deaiguti to correspond with uny style nt Furniture. a' Elegant Parlor Organs, Ohauol Orgaus, Church Organs, With one Manual, with two Manuals and Pedals, coututuiug the most tiful, powerful aud useful ooiiibtuations ever procured in reed Instruments. beau- Table-war- Omat-buir- lureat-uieut- . ir-ri- Wo invito tho public attention to our large aud well selected stock ol ami our unomialed facilities for furnishing the best class of instruments at low rates. We purchase for net cash in larger quantities than uuy other house in this city. Tho expenso of our PIANO and ORGAN Department is far less tliun some houses doing exclusively a Piano and Organ trade. We have rosched lower prices than havo leen tendered by any deulors in this market, aud guarantee all instruments as represented, no sell on easy uiouthly or quarterly payments, aud uuy instrument taken on trial, not proving as represented, may be returned at our expense. Wo solicit corresiwudeuce with persons desiring to purchaso, and take pleasure in answering all inquiries. PIANOS and ORGANS, JOHN CHURCH k OO. r Y:StmMwIiIfiSnlcriorSoumal (IIIHKII liinrCTORT. What Alii rout DESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE. be done," replied the doctor. "Jl is repeating tho namo in tho distance. Then yoiiivrouM rcnjly liko to know JIOIJNH! your mother's fixed .determination tfhen another; voice, crylng.VUYcs aTKTllOniST.HOtlTII.-lU- T J. 8. 8m, Pal t (ilftr ff all" nr henw, on ih mM't '"i lia, lor. rrtnfffyiwiiamarnniniinini. ,that you flmllj never Mother. "SW I'm canting, J andjTquiek ajtyrfhn-proachin- jhil7 Wto nmMcrJjtflth you, young wlik a rmrni an.1 a ftArih and alMil S arrMW land Pr.r MfUBa rixtmhy nUliln. Sunday Mfhool 8rrro Strut lj.flif.1, immrdlatrirtfl lha Manfard A lliHtan- - al M, J. A, mmt, Aipftlntffhlcnl. A nas no otner cniiti,anu is not oof .1 and bfororme stood 'o Id mail? Vfhj Is if that you nro round lha n STAlT3J,OiaiJ, ICY. Till Wk laWT!nw nnwfn on Woman'a laroli KENTUCKY lamlllwaaaro nm f wire I I wilt.. Iron iw " Sunday InMbatMnry Pnrmy o'llnck.heroMia, lb I" Her will is nindo In your favor. I have Aunt Betsy, and on tho instant tho shouldered, hollow cheeked, dull eyed, LANCASTER, (mil T. T. oaf h monlb, al I and iliy of II, all fiatloM, IVnKlHit. hlllns wtf brarlnjn truth rushed upon me, and I cried out and havo a general "all broko up" Tacsilay Mornlnff, - - August 8, 1882 no right to toll you moro." ItmMir at ImlMftiM and a nd alona ptln or npjcaranco? Well, (o begin with, joiix J. M. "Mother I" "Hut you?" I cried, turning to I "1 iiKHHNS, ntoiMtiirrou. lms Jahn M. Miirliliy halg lltod hi iilaro IAIT1T liar lonrinIiarrx, Tailor, tnlm miinlaya, morning and ho arr lld al a mot pUaaaal Hint am U Mrs. Hartnin. Thcro was my mother, littlo and you don't go to bed early enough, W. II. Illll'ltl.it, nlnlit. rraytr MoMIng amy Wrdnrwlay aflr anti!ir. MT MOWERS SECRET. maoml, Ky noon Hnndty ftrhonl at ttH A. H II. K. natron SI im nnd yot! don't get up early enough. "Neither havo I nny right," said wrinkled, nnd strode in tho nfnt. with wwVTinitwirwi A riKST - CLASS HOTEL Mother HiiJ fntlier had been noth- tho lady. "But I say to you, find black eyes and red cheek, nnd her Instead of going to bed nt four nnd 1IIIIHTIAM. Wor.hln hyiho Minirrjtona7- tht nMI ing hi'it names to mo linco I could for yourself. It is your duty. I calico dress pinned up over, her flan getting up nt ten, you should revcrso InTr jrtlMilr. ThptlrDl out Notice of Incorporation. nny thing. I lintl been edu- know you belter than your mother nol potticoat; arid wheii'I said "Moth-er- r tho process, You see, whilo yotl nro ollr Itnl, ami Mllirwlton fturintrftl. at l. Ja. HoTrranrr, Hnporlnlondint. artain's school nnd knows you. cated at Dr. sho shut to tho door, and held mi In bed in tho morning you are missing , kooth h i 8. ufn- W P. Klnf. Jokn Andrraon, niiraiiYTnmAN. I. J J I Mt iiulw lliind.v Hltm.l al a an Jnhn w from ' thenco hnd gono to college , I looked at tho doctor. Ho avoid- both her hands, nnd sniil, in a shrill tho very bait, Invigorating ntmos-plicr- o Wlai Andornon, Wio. M. laor, N. ft liani, Htt rlntontlml. Union I'rayrr Mrlln(nn Thoro had never been any lack of ed my glance, and said nothing. that would havo n tendency to whisper : WolnMhlay ntibfl 1 II laraamandW 8. Hiwnnanior ha to aawfla-1money. Tho bills had been paid lhomioloa od bonaoo an Inmiporalwl rawfa-nBut how was I to discover this "Hush I hush I htishl Who told fill up your lungs, distend your chest Mulii St., Ndmforil, Kj. nnd mother of mine, who hid herself from you? Keep it to yourself. You're a and braco your shoulders back where amlor ll oMnrato namo "I lie Nlnnlnril promptly. I had pocket-mononml I'rrnrlirro llliTiiriiillin t'niiitu-ny.- " MUX OP IIIJSIXP.S.S,XI KCOXO.MIHT.H good clothe, but I never went homo me, yet who, they said, loved mo? gentleman. You're- to marry Mr. they belong. Then ngain your noso DINWIDDIE,PR0'R. Tlio flno)Ml 4aoooriraMaatlcllMhawl-ntaortnrMptnfor tho holiday, nnd no nno ever By that Christmas-tidI had fallen Rushton's girl. Don't say that ngaiu. is over too mhny glares of boor and JOHN will ta al Moftfanl, Ky. mini I. Ii IIKAH camo to sea mo. Un my tlurlecnln in love. Tho ohiect of niv admira Go away; go away. And keep It se- whisky in tho count) of tho day nud 7. Tliogmaral nature of tho Imalntaaaf Ihooow- birthday n watch was sent to me, with tion was n beautiful girl, of very good cret, as I will. Go I" .., .... .., ... . .... evening, nud your lungs nro permeat- OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1078 , tanv will Ulk. MMlhMlkH AltMalkten . .hi Mil., lennftfoof a wMdill ar tmwt HHoftlo naol bf'Frornr your loving mother" family. I saw that sho was not' disBut I took her hand nnd drew her ed with vilo odors of bar rooms nnd from a point within nrilo. of Stoftfanl I lrrV a Him rm Attn rrw.w nnd then I said to Dr. pleased, and her father, a wcAlthy cli- to nfo. smoking rooms where tho nir is foul wamir jourhii. or taanr, BOARD, 32.00 PER DAY. mtllla, Ky rimaia irmmi. Sartnfn : this ent of our firm, did not object to my "Mother, why didJY6u.d6 Hits? to n degree ot utilwarnblcuess. S ThoatooHOtaf rainlal ataak li U la M la "When nni I to eco my parents T pretensions. tnko tho color nwny from your checks Special Accommodation to Commercial than tt,G0 nor moioltwm ll.0M, M - itlfMl In fact, we wero engag- What did my father dor" I asked. IIT TUB lillAtiSTIIIIrrr CO, Into ibarra ortM, to ho pM In lM4altMnta of W PIMIMSIIRII This teems as though my mother lov ed, and my heart was full of joy. "Ho was porter In a bank, Arthur' ami whilo it may in timo If you live 'irrtvoiers. m. Ml, Ml lloouinriT, Nkw York. r mil., Iho fint to lw M Aitmlil. IM, a4 cd mo., .Docs sho never caro to eco Yet with it mingled tho longing, to sho answered. "Ho robbed it. He long ouougli, given brilliant huo to rottd ovary Mdiyi Inoroollar. find my mother nnd tell her of my died in prison. He camo near being jour nose, it is not to bo desired. Baggage Transferred Free of Charge llir Tho ho me?' I. oot.rllon Ii 14 aowmaw July M, HM, TWm, i.M ft roar h Ahh, oalwMOf Dr. Sartain nnswercd : told old Aunt hung, for ho killed n man trying to Then, onco more, tho over present happiness. One day I and contlniM air fifty yoari from that dato. sf.vtii.it carttut, tux aikvrx is very lond of you, Betsy, who was counting my cuff and get away. And I thought I'd spare cigarelto is between recently takon charge of this house t. Tlioaihlra of tho orwrallon am I Im n-. ".Your mother your lips, and Blare and intend to hava durlr-- t liy Atedlrrotari to liocloolM by Ihoiharo- and an excellent mother, but your collars. fflMm mill na my boy tho shame, nnd I sent you to you nro adding ten fold to tho harm- t rrk un ar- accommodations. TVfl Stat ilMllou of riACiTMN. hoMtficf Ihorari-iralli.fath.er.is compelled to remain absent "Aunt Betsey," I said, "perhaps J tho doctor's school. I've mado mon- fulness ot tho ntmosphco you scent I. to U hold at tho Omt-llotdlrrttofi In Al a Soanalal ami oowourohl shall bo marriedJSOHio.day.ji . ., ey, lad, but n laundry is not genteel, to enjoy, by directly inhaling tho Hiatal, July ai, IMS, and Ihoroafter IM dlroe- - anaoM iwipaooof lnhtaft'a noiniwr, tho Nlo frao-tkal Iaupsed tram this that: both my blcsiuir! cried Atwt Bet- I know it well. Think of Miss Rush-to- smoko of n compound you nro not in lora ara to bo annually nVII on tho Sratthlwnliy arrl M baalaaaa aM. IN tartil trada ami halmtllal roparta Mawwtly iillaai oflHRVrnpl-rto- . parents were abroad, and asked no sey. "You seem such"' a bof.l'rJ In July ofoarli yr tho least suro or. inn helps your Go." ! thiaagaoul lha DalM a.1 Oinada and Tho lorpora lion nn mhjaet II If la as lit. lo nimmarlM u( aoaalo awl IIoMIHIm aio aUoa moro questions. "It will not bo at once," I aid, But I nnswercd : "Kiss mc, moth eyes to dullness nnd puts your nerves worth Iho Mtbarrlii low arlm drModaoaa boyood llaaooli Tho aynofwa or Four years after this the news was "hut after I am well on in my profes er, i shall ten Ada uushtou ino In a tremor. Why, if there was any STANFORD. KY. noanl hao Inliliai ooaalllalo an o lotwllnalr T. I'll rail- - prapw ly I. to h- - raamot I row nrpo- lalaobla fcalaio. A. nawm.nUI Iromartlaai la sent me that my father was dead, but sion, i lovo her dearly, bho is Mr. truth, and you shall toil for mo no possiblo chance of growing old under ralo doMa. tho wWf arnao, aro roailoa In l nara 10.1 aaaro there was no alteration in my position. Charles Rushton's dauchtor." tho conditions you i in noso npou your raaaarlnlaaaataHoMral more. M, Ida InTofMallun E. II. 13URNSIDE, - Propr. raaialanl In HamrT"a Hof iho rl ImpMl I went to college, chose my profession "Miss Rushton 1" sad Aunt BetNo, Ada Rushton did not marry self you would bo tho most pictur ant both lo rtiliifora aal mbldlo oton into sey. Sho folded her hard littlo hands mc, and some of my fine friends wq 10 old hulk of h.imnnity tho world the law and finally entered Old aud Woll - Known tho office of Gay & Brothers, with together nnd stood looking nt mo. dropped ofr, but I boro it very well. over saw; but there isn't. jiSomo day This thk Taana Ain !.! mil an .iivaiiun THkIM filllll r 1IIR Hotol Still Maintains its Kll.n AklliaN .every prospect of success in my ca- "The very top of the ladder,'' sho That is fifteen years ago, and I nm somo littlo illncis will tnko hold of ana i. aaniaTan r iaiaiaarn in High Roputatiou, SuNraaniilo llaofhoily A llalmoo, aaaiMiaaai ir in tin u i' or had but ono anxiety my said. ".Rich and stylish, and high forty now; but j'esterdny I married, you, and tho complications of your reer. I AN1 rt nn aiiii 8 tfnii go position. family, and so pretty. But you II and who so glad as my old mother, system will bo so numerous that tho Its Proprietor is Determined that siMM'oun, ui:.vriiOKY, My parents, it appeared to mo, must have your things donoin tho family who kissed mo tenderly on my wed- illness cannot lw thrown olf, and you it Shall be Second to no Country gR0WH'S will go the way of all tho earth, years bo wealthy, it tliey were also res- then, and sco no more of old iictsy." Mini racrnaan or Hotel in the State in its Fare, ding morning and said : why had my father never pectable, Appointments, or Atten"I'll give you my collars while I "She's tho wifo I'd chooso for you, beforo your time. Thero isn't nny tion to Comfort of sent for me? Why did my mother havoono left, and all mv wife's ruff- Arthur, and not n proud, insolent thing funny about this. It is a fact. Fine Carriages, Buggies, their Quests. New Haven Register. never give mo any token of her do les, too." thine like that Miss Rushton. And siro to sco her son 7 I was a man "I don't want hers," said Betsy, you aro happy dear ?" ILiKK. wllltm rom.jfj takml from tktiltpot The ftoy it Usual Is. ( now. I had tho right to ask tho crossly. "Wish you joy, Mr. ArAud I answered truly : "No hapLast winter a great religious rovival free thttf. Sprrlll arrommn.Utlii. la toCannutrrUITratrlrr.. Thf lltr nlllb question and to be answered. But I thur Varley. I'm suro it's n fine pier man under tho sun mother." alnait .ippllnl nlth Ih rbolrtit was held iu a certain Ohio ncighlwr-hood- , braiiliori.lqaon and lion. feared tho answer, nnd I delayed. My match out her things 1 don t care and several good men brought She Recognized tt. acquaintances were many; my friends for." "If you will send mo that wasp I'll all their influenco to bear on a certain 5i (I rrnnlnttoi! la)iMtooi!. four the doctor, his wife, my old Irnii atl pfrrari.l "Too much trouble, I suppose," I placque," said a woman farmer named Harris. After many do all kifxlf of tiaulluf II will wofk una ol Ml paint you a fellow-pupat his school, Roger said, as the door closed. efforts he was brought to tho noxious turn, to jiowtra lldwilrKt (lira hloiajvb. with streaks of gray in Iter hair nnd n Wharton, nnd my laundress. But I thought of my mother more scat, and then they had tho happiness Yes, tho laundress, Aunt Betsy, as and more, nnd as that day was the boarding house kind of manner. 1532, of hearing him aunounco that ho felt m, A GWfflOOHBWATION, "What is a placque, madam?" every one called her, humblo though ono on which I drew my allowance, I "A painting; round; painted on a himself saved. In the courso of four she was, was ono of my friends, nnd went up to tho doctor's house, intend or five days the minister met him and Semi-Weekl- y wooden plate." Interior Journal AND not the least valued of them. ing to mace ono moro ellort to move "Is it a landscape with somo bluo and risked: 'She was a rosy old woman, straight him to tell me where to find my mothArl the Lmilnlllo "Well, brother Harris, how do you Alsatian mountains, about forty miles and thin, but strong and hearty. .She er. away, leaning affectionately over a feel?" ni'.OUTS IKON lllTTKIW nro Weekly Courier - Journal WAGONS OF ALL KINDS. boys' things" to wash had taken "the Tho doctor sat alone in his study. "Oh, kinder pluguey mean," was n rorlaln i nro Air nil iIIhoiu-- c ever since 1 could remember. A boy An envelope lay before him. As ho farm house with a gablo roof in tho tho One jeir lor 81.50-lfor Ilttl inorr Wo laanofarluro (Tarrlagoa irf all dMOftpthrita. )ipr reply. miulrlnu n coiiiitclo lonlot mm id pnra ui one. ' drove a littlo donkey cart to tho door, saw me ho drew it toward him, took immediate foreground?" oroploylof onlr Mlwrn an.1 aol( it L'lully IiiiIIi-(Ioi- i, l)Ni'iln, "You do! What seems to bo tho a only "Yes." malrrbal, and al at roaaanablo with tho great baskets on it, but she out n parcel of bank-noteIVtriM, Want nr ApiM-tltand with .l m.lnUI oantbl-arrttfurra itylo, warkoumblp trouble?" "Is there a small, mountain-shadow- ed your hotn with tli tfttirterJiurui. Ih . IIYlii:. camo once a week, to bring her bills them a letter, which ho at once reIrA I'tJIt I.UTV Ill I4iui of SlriMiKth, Irfirk of linrruy, of llii the "Well, I hadn't found tho Lord rtprevntatlre niwtpair Umllr NmiUi, rxl t)i lake, stretching away about four and get her money, I suppose; nnd turned to the envelope and thrust into do. IJnrlilii- - tlir IiIoimI, atretiKtli Iwil, lirlchlettand Wetkly In Mt horizon and ii over twenty minutes before I ran UnllM hlalM. Tbtw who dtlre to riimlnea inches into the blue oiu tlic tniiKtlrx, . nml kIiw now tho doctor's wife made much of her his vest pocket. thelVurtfr-Jwirria- l CONDENBED TIME. en do n at llrb In tlio iirrvi-uAttn liko n Great Eastern yacht with a plant nav- across n fruit trco agent who bent me MUtcopj ot and told her about the children's do"A letter from my mother," I said, igator resting dreamily on its placid outof SR) last year. There I was rea- UlUOlUM). clmrni nit llio illr.llo irj;ni, ings, and the boys wero pleased to eco and looked at tho vest. iriniln; nil ilyicitlu dy to fly into the gates of Heaven, surface?" her round little face. She had taken STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, Niicli nmuKtliii; I lu ImhI, Uclchlii),-- , It was an ordinary black vest, but nnd thero ho was, chuckling to think "Yes." special fancy to Koger Wharton and the cut was lower than that of those a llrat tit llni StiiniHrli, ST ,STAN0Itl, KY , "Do the trees rise up in soft, dowy how he worked ot! a lot of' crab applo rltv Tito only hint to me, and our linen always came ho usually, wore. U.III.HOAI) mm:. N herbaccousness, with large, beautiful trees on me for a new kind ot pear! I Hint will not lilacLrn tlio or home mended and our stockings darn5, 5, WISE, He paid mo my allowance, said that his neck, and tho licailmlii'. Kulil !y nil IlriiK-Klsted. Of course, sho took my washing my mother sent her love, and had leaves on them, two sizes larger than couldn't even break TIIA1N1 IIOIM) NOKTII. yt.OO a iH.ttli-- . old woman got in and said I was alius nl " home, now that I lived independently, heard of my hopes nnd wished me tho door of tho house?" Ma aoi i. lwt lUT'sin. iiuowN I'lir.MicAti , gettin' in a box, and tho whole thing "Yes; yes; where did you seo it?" and the moderation of her prices was joy. And alter a few words more I ft Monuinrnta, Ilallliniin-- Mil. S 00 a in UUhiiKHfl Li. IdaaaMor ... . ................. . "And is there a man on the fence has sorter stirred me up till I can't II " a novelty injlie laundry world. a (. ' . 11.. took. leave of him, but not to go dif 7t mastodon dog at say whether I'd rather kick n lightni" I.HIiHto "You ask too little," I sometimes rectly home. I sought Mrs. Sartain with an eight-fo- ot Crab Orchard ncwARc or imitations. tJ ' Reno man or an nugel." his feet perspectively wondering how ng-rod SW " IHaolonl . . ... said. lint tlionl ways answered: at once. " bbalky Cllr t 31 ' in thunder n boat liko that can sail Blade. "I charge quito enough quite 1M DaorflhiJaaoibHi "Mrs. Sartain," I said, "it is growo'er tho glass like rim of a two foot MM MUahaM.tHiri.. enough, Mr. Arthur." Sometimes it is not judicious to be ing very cold, and I noticed that tho . -- ... .. Ill a p m Sho kept up her interest in my doctor has a low cut vest on. Get it puddlo without running aground six too particular iu locating local occur l ' Now llaroa ... 'lIt lIT " Arr. Ib4i.n JuwtlMi. studies still, admired my law books, of! of him or he may have an attack times in six minutes?" rences, so we will merely say that tho " ClMlnnatl Jaaotloa t" j "Yes, tho very ono." " lahnlHo t and wondered at my knowledge I of pneumonia. A gentleman I know following conversation was heard in a "Well, wo havo ono of those. Wo certain store in Oil City : ' moro pleased to see Aunt Betsy caught a cold which resulted in conwas TIIA1N8 (H)I.V(I hOU'lll. come into my room than I was to eeo sumption in that way. Take a high have been using it for firowood all A young lady was looking at somo MalicTl T, IRS. Ki.a--. of it is in the wood-b- ox many a fine acquaintance whoso re- vest in to him and insist on his wear- winter, and some hosiery, nud risked tho blushing clerk . SYMPTOMS OF A a aa a hi yot, and, as seventeen young la,,, I.ra. iiiuin. .. , cognition was nn honor. I shall al- ing it at once." "How do you sell these?" at the ... t M i w . Lit. fclanf.r.1. .... dies are painting some more of it for ways be glad to remember that. . Cral.Orrh.r.l.... H same time homing up hclore him a "You good boy," cried the doctor's IMof Appetilc, III win coatiro l'aln lo " us .. Arr IdilBMtoa II " 1 confided in her a little, nnd one wife; "how thoughtful of you." lha Hoail, with a iull acnaatlon In tho long pair of zebra colored ones. And Lto. I JM.rr . .. N" bask part. I'um un.icr tho Hhouldor But there 'was an artistic flirt aud an Arr IHfhMand. day she looked at mo solemnly, shook away she ran. I followed. blailo, lullnona altar eatinp. with a "Thoso aro worth five dollars a pair" 'SixSfi indignant flutter, and tho placque was he answered. to cicrti n tt body or mind, he head, and said : Only to look at this cyclopedia a Irritability "f lompor Low apirtta, with only represented by reverbrations of a PULLMAN PALACE CAKS a foelliiKor hovitnc "Ah, boys need a mother. Do you moment," I said, and buried my face four-horaomaduty, "Oh, my!" twittered tho giddy se Waartnoao. Likmoa. Uuttcring at tha slam of the door. ever think of yours, lad 7" TaMoMpbla, Mltlo Itoc, MoMta, Maaligawfry, Heart. Dota brloio the erra. Yellow Hkln, creature, "they oome pretty high, in the book, while the lady urged the ih.1 Hw (lilnoa. Keaila'tie over iho right eye, "More than sho does of me," said I. exchange of vests, and the gentleman Koilnratita InToiaa havo Ibrlrohofraof Iwaraatoo' llftitlaoaiieoa, with fitful dreama, blshlr Committee on Com- don't they ?" The "Don't daro say that lad," answer protested; finally I saw tho treasuro merce, House report on sham butter ill Maiuptil.br la Now Uilaaaa. Tlwo Much colored Urine, an.t stammered tho bashful in its quicker anil raloa lowor than by any. otbor y ed the old woman. "Your mother is borne away, and followed. come p Good and cheese, declares emphatically that youth, CONSTIPATION. rotito It la alMitbe to bo parted from you Mrs. Sartain, little did she guess that, you're pretty IITT-SPI- I I.Snro.rrlallyndalodto these nauseating frauds are so fast in high, QOIOKEST, CHEAPEST AND BEST am hrn.pa, nioilo.e ollcctaaticlin change liko this." as I walked behind her, I picked the creasing that our great nnd valuable you know." lit farllti. da til li.lulil.li I lit. ailfToror. I1IIih)I lloul to All l"olfiU InM'Mwurl, Kihmi, "How do you know ?" I cried, pocket of the garment she carried unTti' Irtrrraac llic Afiirlllr,and i.u.0 tbo export trado in the genuine products IiuIUim, Iowa, Nlriaki, ClrKu, Arkait- -. tMlir .i. I lr.i, ti 1 ii avium la ihv Did you over notico how things get starting up. "Dj you know my der her arm. dI Ml nmirl.lirtl ai in' r Innlr Acllon on tba Onlf oo ihangv t rblractt, t of the dairy is being ruined, "and in your way when you nro in a Iturry7 wr fuithrr iufWmitWti lilicc.u.r iiiawu., - Ilcalr AjIimiU oi or altiii tikuli to ihe dun mother, Auut Betsy ?" I I had the letter, and I could scarceJ. lluriar M M. Y. iSuutti, Kitiut i ulor !, n butter and cheese are fast A Boston woman told her husband Untit rn lo She gathered up her basket, look- ly wait long enough to get to a place American ', I'. A'l.MUltK, Hori'li, v.nllinir into dtsrenutc." Prohibitory that a runaway horso was going by. inJ Tlfktt Aft., !ulifiltf, Kj drfl ing at me askance. of safety before opening it. At last, legislation, it says, is under considerOr K.J Antbonj, Agt blaufonl. Kjr. HAIR "Whatever I know I keep to in a little ice cream saloon, I sat be ation by the British Government, to Ho jumped so quick he sprained his (laav Hum n Wjiiikm rtiauacd toallUnar knee, and in his frantic haste fell over she said; "but remember your hind n table shiny with oilcloth, and lli.ii iiv aini.pji, uicr Uu llrr THE NEW ROUTE EAST, 1ri. k liilural Ljlor taanIn'tUauuauualy Ilim against the entire Ameri two chairs aud skinned his shin, stepHold mother loves you, always has, and al- plentifully adorned with tho marks of be directed or acut by cirru on rcccliit of II. llojUttcr'a Ptnmatli llitt.r rxtlrpatrt can trade in butter and cheese. Tho ped on a dog, upset tho table with ways will. Remember that." And saucer bottoms, and opened tho note. II til IT, M 111 ItltAY NT., M.tV YOIIK. UkmIii witli aur itnutrr frrtaint) ami a bill recommended by tho committee books nnd drop-lig- ht r i.l.vu ktiouu nnuilt, aixl ou it, ran iironiptluulo than bho went her way. (nr, L...I.Uaural. -.- Url I Hit ui.,u ., .. .flt4M. I aUli. It began thus : ii imut Rvnial limroritnt, Uxiki- - aul provides for the accurate invoicing of his wife and 'lime art mil fiil) That evening I thought her words IHE DISEASES OF "I havo heard my boy is to bo mar- each packago of tho imitation prod- againstwindow just as hurt her, nnd got altl to na UiMtiaaiHL of uur iiHiiilrimii lutrUitut, e to tho they wero stop-pinover until I rould bear it no loueer, ried. God bless him. It is a good YOUTH and MANHOOD a ml umni'ii wlio lime f rli 11r.1l In. rtfrW. tho horse two blocks nwny; round am aware, but m LnL.il up l, inr and putting on my hat, I wont to Dr. match, but my heart aches. I almost ucts nnd for the entry of it at the AOUIDCTOHrALTH WITHo IruimMu prooH. Hie IIiIIith iflv. i HUHT. MEDICINE Sartaiu's house determined to ask him wish I bad not done what I did, but Custom House under its truo descrip- tho corner. liiulllilul .11 inn Ilia lutliv unnur nryaii-- . BOOT u Hun i Ifircar'a tion. Tho names oloomargariuo butFur aula by all Drlifirl.tn aim luli ra 7aa-wwho and what my parents were. iif.i.mi how could I let tho poor fellow bear Kriiriully Dr. Von Fritch, of Halle, maintains Tiii:oMiYi,iM:itixx:( . It a Willi ll.ttira I. it Tho' doctor and Mrs. Sartaiu Bat to- the sharao of his father's crime ? And ter, lard cheese, or vegetablo oil butCVrf&Z tII urti OlidIII anil lull flu. v..., that tho cause of earthquakes must llcctil. licit "rrcimptloni rrre gether in his study, and I took a now I'd rather die than havo him ter, as tho case may be, rnuit appear exist nenr the earth's surfaco, and does xblill II eiusca I'ricoiLitl AdJr.n T. Boa JJ4, MiUaubaa, Wn. THE PUBLISHER chair which was offered to me, nnd know; but my heart aches, ray heart in largo letters on tho cask, firkin, not reach a greater depth than ten or box, or tub. with drew it between theirs. aches. No, no, no, I jay again, never ii r rxtt- fourteen miles. They must bo produ-cd- , havo come to ask you somo ques- tell him. I am sick with sorrow and "I Wero the Iowa liquor law to be Pullman Sleeping Coaches ! ho belloves, by tho increaso and IUIUTK totiii: MDT niMIIIAIIU: tions," I said "questions that I havo fear. Write aud tell rao you'll never strictly enforced no wino cpuld bo ob decrease RELIABLE SELF-CURvolumo of rocks under thd aright to ask. Will you promise to tell. Do you remember my number? tained for communion services, as influenco of chemical and physical foro of A fftTorlta rrrHflntlon ef anm of that From LOUISVILLE answer lliein t In IhvU.U. uostnotwl ii4 tucceaiful thero is no exception to tho prohibi tt is twenty, JJIooniing Jtoad. , and by concussions duo to tho Ami ddMnlljr Ilia i'iulr Uuiita, affuidiuc. It jutwrvitredi tor WmcutmtitXervuum liability. "Promise, my love," said Mrs. Sariloea, 1m tliaugei ant! uirlor aocuuimudalTuiia lu EuzAiinTii Varxby." tion. I ho churches aro in a quanda- opening of fissures in tho rocks. fti! .Tf it iiooti,lf4riffMr4fau4iii. iMtui UpHblu.taV.U.uvloiMiV DfuuiiWcaUillll.t. taiu.To WASHINGTON, I had it at last, my mother's dwelling-- ry as to their duty in the matter, nnd AJdrtu Dn. WARD 4 CO., Uutiltni. Ma. Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, "I will, decide when I havo heard place, A fashionablo hidy witness fuinted and a clew to her conduct. it is likely that in most instances -- TIIUUUUIITIII; The North, NorlhwMt u.l Wvat. In fart. If ju tho questions," replied the doctor. My father had in some way shamed grape juice will be used dead away whilo givingher testimony, your Intorwt "They are simple," I answered. us uotn, but now 1 would go to her; instead of wine; but tho Presbyteri- nud tho doctor who was summoned contauiplttaa trip In any dlrntlon, tlckcta via Grandest Scenery in America! will laUwtwrvtilbjr iurcliails jruur and Cdiilnnatl. ZTralnaracli bjMit,. i. .q ui..i ......,.; l.im.j, n, ,.4 "Whcywaj my father? Who is my we would know each other, I aud this ans of Vinton havo voted to defy tho said it resulted from her corset being K. C.l'alaeal ara; lilrgaiit New lajr way J;l'ull-ma- n (Xuitkea. auJ licblllli, lmlcacf, llraU l. "'." N" Xtrakmu, CtiiniMtlutf direct In I'um Dcit fur K.aillll. u4 mother? 4Vhyjhave I nover seeii my good mother. too tight. Tho incideut was very liinJaoiutly rurul.litj UmIIiiIiis Cbalr Cm lorni law, nnd to indemnify tho druggist IrcaUd Mi a. irai A...II.II. I liiinlii. rtb4.a. th utiMiualitl (viuluiiiMita of llila Old ltallabla. u. - Where does my alia ..l .ll.cBrlt.lur Li IMTUim mother properly eutertd upon tho minutes of iiierauf uiaKinjc a inp urvr una line una vi a Blooming Road was in the suburb who sells to them. la b elbj UiM.d..irl.I IIC.IMfbl r IMI1, fiarents?Ballimore,Philadelphia&N. Y. (rrr. ....Vrrl.. trwm U..I... hU14 .M.4 1..U- vHnN, Try It. loiufort aud tho caso as "u stay in tho proceedof our city. Sho was near mo, then I. Ik.lr XiuIh-- II U ..I . lr.f A good old lady, speaking iu pray- ings." AdJi.M. iiu. in tth. l a. am ai, u.u, I paused for a reply. The doctor only an hour or two lay between The Ouly Mrrct Lino lo TIME TABLE. IN EFKKOf MAY II, llSi. J.orAiii.uiiMMMKitiniurV tAiia. er meeting, uid giving expression to put his finger-liptogether, and us. I flow home, dressed myself and KoX" T5oT4" Ko. t. BOU1II. VlrKiulii anil Him CiirollmiH. HARRIS REMEDY CO.IiiVIJi'lv" "I call that very rare," said Jones thus: called a cab. I had not patience to tho joy and confidence she felt, said : p 45 8 00 "Your father was named, like walk. As I drovo on I pictured my "I feel as if I was ready this minute to n workman who had dono some I.ru. Uoilngton . V 41 aam 2 VO p ui S SO p ui Tlrkeli aroonaalo al ilmliat Tlilct (1111. , mA PBOf.lUKWS'fUllUE p m 7 40 ui ' Kaluioutli.. iu 4 or mtm ami at thaliriicralOltliaoflliaC A II Hallway, n ttutfrt jftot aiPr yourself, Arthur Varloy. Your mother a graceful lady iu middle to fall into the arms of Beelzebub work for him. "Ah?" answered the "' Cyutblaaa . 10 60 a w 5 27 p iu rroia r..rvoii 4u4 fk.kkl It.Ul-- ' 11 M a iu 6 US atUHI vnl Jlnhi Mrri-l- , l.iiiilnvllli. iu "Yes," Arr. l'arla. Abra- workman, highly tickled. You mean? "Abraham 1'rtiuiUr. lubtvaUtM 4vii4 mother was his lawfully wedded wife, life; her hair touched with gray; her lrzlujituu.. U 13 iu 7 00 p ui It ftiuy aattJaBMS( , J KltNaT, ham I" hastily corrected a brother went on Jones, "rare, very raro uot l.TO. liOZlllgtOU " (aLaii Elizabeth now his widow. Wheu smile sad, thoughsweet. isupu 7 pv ui The kem i u (icucral buulbwt'.trrn Ai;cui, Ijoumille U' iu (iuf If ! fa, inci( wiuiiifiicr half dono." That cooked tho work- Arr. Mt blirllutf 1 U pi in 8 20 p ui near, "Well, Abraham, then," was 'v aaoniaii'iniiiNI you wero five years old your father 8 60 p a iu " Thcro was a picture iu tho doctor's ti"(i(i n ." . V oaa (if .al IS lia, ... riityf. i), w. n.ii nn, " Aahlaud 1 211 I U U SI a ui ii. w, rri.i,i:i(. virf 8ii i.r i nm$ .wnt-.- y wk U.I, rautlri dtttt "It don't make any man, and he retired. was obliged to leave tho country, and drawing-rooUmg XHt aiMrtwo uta kMl .(surf w,bi M4lt4 licu'l 1'aw r Aj 1 10 a ui (lau'l Mauacr, which I fancied resem- tho respouso. " lluntlnnton . 8 08 ! tm difference. Thoy'reboth good men. your mother confided you to our care. bled her tho portrait of an English No. 3. No. I. Ho t OKlll. A Great Northern Railroad train, . iO -She has since, as you know, amply duchess. so A Cnmhtnattan f 7Va tools : Cover tho part to with nn 8 feet singlo driver outsido I.ro. Iluntluxtun .. e OS a ni1 I as a ui To mark T supplied your every want. Sho is Aiblaud . . a in I 4 a ui toxMevf trim, I'rrurtau "Blooming Road, number twenty," marked with n thin coating of tallow cylinder engine, lately ran from Leeds 11 Ma in 6 31 a ui Ml. Hurling llurk a ml I'lioMjihoruM In one of tho most excellent women I cried the cabmau, opening tho door. " p iu il ptitulnbl form, tin II a or beeswax. Then, with n sharp in- to London, 180 miles, in exactly !J Arr. Wlnchf.tir ., 12 20 p iu i) CO a iu 7 know. There has never been a blot uniuprriiuriilliiti oflrvii in II Iaiuxlou. I 00 I stepped out and looked about me. strument, writo tho namo iu tho tal hours 02 milos an hour. I, re. lalugtou.. tttilt wilt not hturkm II. J ui 7 SO a ui upon her character. Sho has forbid Number twenty wai a plaiu, ed " l'arla. .,,.. IH p ni 8 24 a ui titth, ia rhunirtrrlMtUuf f-zrMMflow, cutting clearly Into It. Then .olltrrtron itrriMtriitlunM. " Crnllil.iia... 8 30 p ui j no a ui Colorado has tho smallest bonded deu me 16 tell you where to Cud her." cottage, with a long shed atI liu Hakiluo lu my pracin i ami In an ui.iilnuo.if hiiluioutli ... i 40 p HI 10 M a ni C 30 a in (1 r.MI.I Ml N I latu i. nud lnn uercr Ilui aii imiu I p i; uiuic mil itiat IHi.lUliTtMt'a b "For some reason sho hates me," tached. I had ulways believed my fill up tho letters with nitric acid, Let debt. 810,000, and Oregon tho small- Arr. Ourliluu '0 IS i ui 11 41 a ui IWOaui twmir-)ira mint in liulu iu.ua i latv auuiawuui'iriulcurca. it remain from ono to ten minutes. est gross debt of nnyot tho State, 870,. liii1'iM" ii" int ii anyiaiii ti airy.ui rtiu' oiraiion. i uirlian in. i. a iiyspi pala, and aii liu I said. timbloiid. lulai" MAYdVILXU DIVIIIIUN. mother to be rich could this bo her Then din in water and rub olf, aud ,ac I j u lid llhUiniiaudlutoiuiiar-aiiloniI luallialliari b "l iiuiuciil iili ""'" "t COO. - ffSho loves you," he answered. Ku. Ul.r. A pm Arr. Maya till 8 SJ cm pniarautu u ano In m 1, null i imuiimuuJ Ir I In- mm u lu l.nftriln a H any homo? I touched the handlo of the you will havo the ranrk etched, Ko. II Maravli Ilea 4 J an l'u. llOtlhlll' IU4 Ixliiutou !) 'JBaiu uallu, IUuicii h Inoil Tu-- li liauiri n lu mr v nrviu, KMI H.s, i'Theu why will sho not co mo?" ! SClU t a.U AYcnua. llitl littlo boll. A girl with her sleeves Ht I mi. If. .N. MaravllU V lOaiu and habitual Miatlreiieoa No. IS l'arla SO Imllxeittloii aoa.eaaaaaaaaaaaanaiaaaaaaaaaaaieooaaage.ojejeo.af.g UFor your own good," replied the rolled up from her wet arms, and a roa futurta th UootTA in Denmark arlau from wtakneaa of lha iimta and No. 18 MayarlltaUSapui " l'arla 3, U(.7iui if ff "A law just posted tun unii iniiiiMi runo iu doctor. , rubber apron on, opened the door. provides that all drunken persons uiuaclea of the alouiaclt. Mud attention to Traloa No. 1 and 1 run daily: all tdhar. dalle tli illgrttlv ort'i " ' rVIt hi u iiiintakeii Idea," criod the ticrroii a.rcii,inninfv "Mrs. Varley," I asked "does she shall be taken home in carriages at the the Jirypor habit vf life in iwincctlun with oiicplSuuday, cjiwilal ltala lo Kiulgrauta. Fur it umillniltl to tleiimilf the tlinel una of lSruwn's Iron Hitter, lllkrta, tatnaud rlaIuiigto tluit doctor's wife. live hero?" expeuse of the landlord who sold them will atrengtlien the all'ecteil part ami cnunoiUoua, da, rail ou or addrca Ifritlllltl, iMum vi I'ltill I'ruMlmllMl nf a, "At first It was, Since the thing i, (i., "I'll call her," said tho girl, nnd the last, glas?." Now, that Is Illicitly rtiuoYe every ayupteui of the ill, (Ill AH. lo IIUOWN, i. oivu T. A. iiin,iou. I'vufrrm mi'l ImiiiJentr I 1'. A 0. has gang on so joug, notbiug can now left mo alone; aud I heard her voice UT THE DR, HAKT-- K MANUFACTURED M - DIOINS CO., 213 N, MAIN ST.. ST. LOUIS. order. 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