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Semi-weekly interior journal: August 11, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882081101_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 11, 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. a n VOLUME T 5) end " Hall 510. A Jljlll, Lorena. ttmt Smtfimt 11, 1882. a X.-NUM- BBU STANFORD, ICY., FRIDAY, AUGUST Tum-Tabl- NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER G8. Runaway How they get the Rett of Us, A W. T. P. WALTON. R. WALTON, .... - - Editor and Proprietor Business Manager I'uMtmhnt Tucmtiiu HU.HO IMC 11 mill I'rlilitil, A.NMIM. Monkey Trick s. An old inonkoy eat cozily asleep ir. a snug corner, with a friend nestling against him nml indulging likewise Presently a hi n comfortable snooze. eky-liuapproached tlicin young rather timidly, and, tqnatling besido the friend, tat quiet for eonio icconds, then suddenly, as if jwtcaacd of tomo malicious inspiration, ho reached his arm out cautiously behind tho friend, and gave tho elderly inonkoy n whacking box on tho oar. II,c, waking in just wrath, and unsiii picious of tho truth for tho culprit was now shamming sleep and looked tho picture of inuocenco flow upon hit Ids friend with on indictment for av sault, and chircrcd him with tnon stroui clamor round nml round tho cage, while tho culprit .H regarding them, and jablicriiig with joy. Homo littlo timo after tho porfornmuco wai repeated, tho old inonkoy and his friend having settled hi tho corner, nud tho assault and puuislimcnt occurring as before Onco again tho triok whs tried, but tho friend, who had twice suflcrcd, was shamming sleep this time, and caught Iho culprit in the act, and, with tho help of the old inonkoy, iavo him n good drubbing, which, indeed, ho well deserved. All tho Year Hound. kcr slum-tarin- g A singular occtirrcnco took place recently at tho Pittsburgh round-homon tho Pennsylvania Kailroad. A laborer was engaged in whitewashing tho pit when it becamo nccetnary to havo tho turu-tahlAlmoved. though thcro is an engineer in chargo of tho littlo ongino which runs tho table, tho laborer thought to savo timo and (roiiblo by starling it himself. Ho turned on tho steam and tho tablo started nround, but when ho attempted to stoji it ho mado a niislako and turned on all tho steam in tho boiler. Tho tablo went lastcr nud faster until it mado about 10 revolutions a min-to, tho whitowasher vainly attempting to stop it. Workmen stood on tho edgoof tho pit and tried to shout to tho laborer to turu tho littlo wheel in tho other direction, but for n timo tho oxporimeuter failed to catch tho idea. In tho mcantimo an old man who had been upon tho tablo when it Btartcd had thrown himself down and was holding on to tho railroad track for dear life, thinking every minute that ho would be burled ofl and ground up. Fortunately nothing liko that occurred, Tho whitowasher finally got tho right idea. Ho began to rovereo tho wheel ami soon tho table was brought to a standstill, with no casualties whatever. u An Intiuxkiiint limit. Acanary, A CuiuouH ltmm.K. Hero is a curious old story that U something liko a puizle: A crocodile stole a baby, "in tho days when animals could talk," and was about tomakoa dinner of it. Tho poor mother tagged sly for her child. "Tell me ono truth," said tho crooodile, "and you shall havo your lnby hack." The mother thought it over, and ut lust said: "You will not give him back." "Is that tho truth you moan to tell?'' asked tho crocodile. "Ye," replied tho mother. "Then, by our ngrecinent, I keep him," added tho crooodile; "for if you told tho truth I'm not going to give him back, and if its a falsehood, then I havo also won." Said she: "No, you aro wrong. If I told tho truth, you aro bound by your promise; and, if n faltcoood, it is not n falsehood until after you havo given up my child." Now, tho question is, who pit-eo- n owned by a child in Maitland, was seen performing tho following trick: Tho littlo thing was evidently suffering from thirst. Tho water in its cup was very low too low for it to reach it with his beak. After making several unsuccessful attempts to reach tho water, it sat on tho perch a moment or two, evidently in a contemplative mood. It then suddenly turned around, pulled a feather from its tail tho feather, wo presume, was loose took it by the butt in its teeth, dipped it into the water at tho Itottom of the cup, drew it up, placed tho feath er crosswiso on tho twrch, put ono foot upon it, then reached to tho wet end, and with its beak took tho moieturo from tho feather. It was seen to perform this feat more than a dozen times, wo suppose until it was satisfied. Windsor (Canada) Mail. Johnnio went out and "lostcd" himself yesterday. Ho was mining for two wholo hours and tho neighbors wcro all aroused to seo if they hud seen tho stray young vagabond, wheeling a littlo red wheelbarrow oil with him. After a long and tedious search ho was found in tho back-yar- d of a new chum, mounted in triumph on tho roof of a hen coop. Didn't ho "catch it." Well, no, not hardly. It was this way. When his mother started out to look for him slio determined that when onco found ho would get such a spanking ns would euro him of his nohiadio tendencies, but ns sho looked and looked, and began to grow anxious, sho "mellowed" toward tho littlo scamp, and by tho timo sho found him, his faco browned and heated with tho sun, bis bauds begrimed with dirt, his apron torn, and a now holo stubbed in his shoo, sho was so glad to seo him that sho picked him up and kissed him. "Ho was only n littlo ways ofl, that's all," said she, as sho gavo him a second plate of pudding nt dinner for being "such a nice littlo runaway." Oh, thcio littlo ones get the best of us every time. New Haven Register. . .m. Tin: Uuiui. Visitok. The countryman is also a stupendous success wherover gas is concerned. When ho goes to his hotel t!!o first thing tho clerk says to him is. "Don't blow out tho gas I" Tho hall boy repeats it, and, when tho porter brings up his trunk ho also growls: "Don't blow out tho gas." When tho countryman retires ho goes to tho gas flxturo and tecs Iton a black and white, placard in words two miles long, of tho old song, "Lore-na,- " onco so popular, aro said to havo taen written by tho Rev. M. I), L. Webster of Neenah, Wisconsin. Mr. Webster in his young days, fell very much in lovo with a young lady of Znncsvillo, Ohio, who reciprocated his passion, but whoso family strongly objected to her choice. Tho result was a separation, painful hut final. Tho lady wroto him n last letter, in 8m Inasmuch as you did tako it upon yourself to uso your influence to remove tho lalo P. M. of Stanford, and have tho ofllco given to a man PHMMJIGEDTISTS, whom tho merchants, bankers, lawyers, doctors, clerks, roAhanics, far iners and every body else except Mr. I32ATj13IIH IN Lytlo and a few of tho beneficiary's DnigN, .Mimical Paper. Wlncn, Wall near relatives, wcro opposed to and IJooUm, G'lifMiilrnlM, Mquorx, Instruments want a change, I wish to say did not C'lunrx, Stationery, l'nliitH, I'ockct NoupH. C'lHUery, ToliuccoH, OMn, that if you daro to becorao a candid which sho used tho words, "If wo try J.ampH, Perfumery, Machine Fire Arum, ate for Congress, I will uso my ut wo may furget," afterward employed AccdlcH. Our Jewelry, Sllrcrwaro ami ('plica! (JootN Department N In Charge of Col. in tho song, coming in at the close of most endeavors to roll up Littlo Phil's majority 1,000 votes against you in Tlios. Illclianls, who will Kcpalr Watches anil Clocks Promptly and In the best a stanza : style. this county. Wo havo aided in giving I'or "II we it j mt nujr lorgcl," Were word of thing long joara ago. Mr. Lytlo a back scat aud aro desir Tho last verse is as follows : ous of doing you tho same favor. Yi; then wra wonla of llilnt Urcni, Respectfully, J. It. Waiiiiek. Tbcjr Iriirn within mj infinory ytl Tliej loucli Mine ttmltr chorda Lortna,, Late P. M. of Stanford. Tho word Colt on Mr. W. O. Bradley to Become Candidate for Congress. M'ROBERTUSTAGG Opera House Block, Stanford, Ky., TO OUR PATRONS ! Which thrill an J trcniMa wltb regret! There la a future, oh, thank GoJ, or llle thla It ao amall part, 'Tit dint to tlutt hancath the aod, Hut there, up there, 'til heart to heart. Both parties aro married now and no doubt happy, but tho curious Btory of ono of the most popular songs ever published iu this country will interest thousands to whom it was onco so familiar. Ono of tlio best barometers ever devised is tho savings bank; it rises when there is prosperity in the com munity and thrift in tho individual, aud vice vena. Reports to the Bank Superintendent from eight of these institutions iu this city show that prosperity and thrift have been hapily "Don't blow out tho gas." He reads this aloud very carefully and then calmly blows out tho gas! A tow hours later mid tho night watchman smells it, batters down the door, nnd tho ruralito is taken to tho hospital, whero ho is chronicled as "asphyxiated" and left to live or die Usually ho live. Boston Herald. Tho rustic moralist does not always tuko kindly to tho ways of his city cousin, but ho occasionally gets ofl n shrewd remark at his expense. A short timo ago n young man from this city, who was dressed in a faultless suit and a pair of shoes which tapered to n point in the most modern style, was visiting n rural district. A bright old boy looked him all little four-yea- r over until his eyes rested on thoso shoes. Ho looked at his own chubby feet aud then at his visitor, and then looking up said: "Mister, is your Boston toes all cut ofl but one?" . HOW A PitCACllimEAllNKI) A Sot'A. Tho irorW says: Tho Itov. P. 15. combined during tho first six months of this year; tho aggregate deposits ou the 30th of Juno having been 8210,- 000,000, or something more than half of the wholo amount in the State. This is an increase since January of about 8,000,000, or an average of One of the inflexible rules of the nesday, Thursday, Friday and .Saturday of each week, and on C'otirt-Dayand all other public days. Wc Nollclt u liberal share New York Assembly is that which provides for 81,300,000 per month. of patronage and will endeavor to clve entire Hntlsfuclloii. Commercial Advertiser. tho ringing of the 10 o'clock tall. Tho Wichita (Kan.; Eagle says After this hour in the evening, every that W. L. Mullen has had on exhi- ono is obliged to betake himself to his AlwuyH on hand and for wile. Highest ciihIi price paid for Corn, bition at that placo a heifer which for habitation. This is especially tough Wheat, Ve. Orders left at Mill promptly attended to. & size eclipses any thing yet heard of. on tho girls, and works no inconsidera ble hardship on the youug men. Lven Sho is creamy white, of perfect form, and weighs 3,000 pouuds. She meas- under the most favorable circumstanures 1G feet from nose to tip of tail, ces, tho ordinary young man does not H3-5- T 10 feet iu girth, nnd stands 17 hands reach tho spoony stage before 10:15 and this week the moon rises high. Sho is simply a magnificont i. M., beauty. She was raised in Cowley late, so that tho assistance of Luna county, and is four years old. When can not be relied upon to assist in Chaulying down tho tips of her horns are producing the mellow state. tauqua letter. as high as a man's head. AllRHHt 1, 1S82. "Never whip children just before they retiro to rest. Let tho father's With IIiIhIii(c we enlcr on oiirHccniul year in (lie Grocery caress, the mothers kiss no tne last !iihIiicm iu .Sdiuforil. Our hucccsm Iiuh reached our IiighcMt link between tho day's pain or pleasure We lake (IiIh opportunity (ollinnk our frlentlM Tor and the night's sleep. Send the chil(hem tdiouhl (hey Mill dren to bed happy. If there is sorrow, their Ycrylilicral patronage and aMHtirc honor uh with (heir trade, It will be our cartiCHt endeavor (o dc punishment or disgrace, let them meet it in tho daytime, and have hours to Hcrvc It. play and thought in which to recover We can he found at the hiiiiic old place with (he largest and happiness. Let the weary feet, the most complete Htock of Groceries, tuccriHware, Ac, lu the clly, busy brain, rest in bed happy." That s all right, of course, to somo extent. all of which will lie Hold at the lowest poMdltlc margin. ItcHpcetliilly, Wo used to talk that way tatoro we MoAMSTER fc BRIGHT. were a parent. We have in our mind a littlo child of the maculine stylo of architecture who will lie and sob, and kick the clothes ofl and bo mean and restless for two hours if you forget ThiNXcw Mill, containing the IntCHl and about him, but if you go and turn down the coverlid and fan his person with nn overshoe, he. will quiet down Bill and bo asleep in fivo minutes. For iiiiintilactiiriiiK meal and flour, Is now lu full operation. Nye. Wo will Krlud for customer, for the prcHCiil, ou Tuesday, Wed- m m UfifMNUi H MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY Flour, Moal, Corn, Bran, Shipstuff, &c., McAltlSTElt SAI.TiEi:. FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING! K WEAREN, Ky. Main Street, Stanford, B. I liavo bought out my brother, 11. won? Tho now postal mouoy order, which it is proposed to issue, is a simple card with three rows of figurci on it. Any amount, from five dollars down can bo remitted in this way, by simply punching tho figures representing tho required amount. Tho cost of tho card will bo only three ccuts. This will as, bo a grcnt publio convenience; sinco thoatalition of tho fractional paper currency, tho remission of small amounts has been attended with and loss. Tho fact was deduring tho debato on this veloped, subject lu Congress, that at tho closo of tho last fiscal year the money orders left uncalled for and unpaid amounted to over two million of dollars. incou-venien- Suez Canal cost in round numbers sixty million dollars. In 1875 tho llritish Government gavo twenty million dollars for tho Khediveof Egypt's shares in tho canal, which amounted to 170,000 out of 100,000 shares. England owns a controlling interest iti the canal, and 70 per cent, of tho shipping that passes through it to tho English. The Canal collects about 80,000,000 annually iu tolls. If Arabi Pasha desires ho can do tho canal incalculable injury, and block tho passugo of vessoU. Hopkins, pastorof Presbyterian church in Hempstead, L. I., on Friday stopped at n furnituro etoro in tho villago to emiuiro tho mice of a sofa. Tho proprietor of tho store jestingly told him that ho could havo ono for nothing if ho would carry it home. Mr. Hopkins took him nt his word, and picking up a sofa carried it off, much to tho suspriso of tho furuituro-dcaler- . As tho preacher passed tho railroad depot n train nrrived, and as soon as tho paiscugcrs learned tho circumstances they cheered Mr. Hopkins. .M. At this season of tho year tho sys tem is moro than over dispose I to get out of order by the insuflicicnt cflorts of thohivor to disgorgo tho bilo. If not assisted iu its work bilious attacks Simmons must necessarily follow. Liver Regulator, a purely vegotablo tonic, alterativo and cathartic, acts moro promptly in curing all forms of billioug disorders and malaria than calomel or quinino, without any of tho injurious consequences which follow their use. . On Wednesday afternoon a young women of this city took passage on tho Short-lintrain for Cincinnati, and when near Worthvilloshe gave birth to a child. Her condition was observ ed somo time before, and tho malo passengers vacated tho coach. Every attention was given her, and on reach Journal. ing Liberty sho was waited upon by Geography according to Congress; two physicians. She called herself "First class iu geography stand up. Mrs. Stephens. Her husband had Courier-Journal- . Whero is the Slug river?" "It is deserted her. . . situated in Keifcr's district, and has "Tho very essence of a free governbeen improved at a cost of 52,723,-8G5.5ment," declared John C. Calhoun, It is a noble stream, navi- "consists in considering offices as pubgable by tho largest sized peanut lic trusts, to be bestowed for the good shells, but will have to bo improved of tho country, and not for the beno-fi- t again next year if the district is to bo of an individual or a party; and carried solid. Hubbcll's cirrulars do that system of political morals which not abound on its banks, and tho prinregards offices to bo used and enjoyed cipal occupation ot tho inhabitants is as their proper spoils strikes a fatal to hold forcigu consulates." blow at tho very vitals of frco instiAn nstuto medical man, in France, tutions." e 8. Mrs. Sharp, the widow of a Memphis Judgo, fell in love with Captain Leech and asked him to marry her. Ho blushingly declined. Sho assured him that her estate was largo enough to support them both, and urged her suit ardently, but he was immovable, nnd will continue the Furniture and Undertaking business nt the same stand, in the St. Asnph Hotel II. Wcnren. hensive. ruiiuu- building. I will keep a lull stock of Furniture of ev ery description and sell at llgurcs that cannot Do beaten. My stock ol' Collins and Caskets will be compre Shrouds and Itobes always on hand. (Orders reminding her that he had never given her any encouragement, and hoping that she would not take his answer unkindly. But she did. Sho wrote a statement of her sorrow for the Appeal, and attempted suicide. x'urmiuru aim uu ciirpeiiier s juu hoik. by telegraph promptly attended to.) I also B. K. WEAREN. E. P. OWSLEY Has Just Oponod a Pino Stock of Consisting of has discovered a venomous poison in tho germ of tho potato, to which, ho says, many of humanity's ills aro to How singular it is bo attributed. ho mado this discovery only afA young lady near Higgs, named that llessio Dunlap, wean) her hair over ter tho succulent potato had risen in seven feet long. Tho hair is blonde, valuo to almost it's weight in gold, aud tho is laid fo bo beautiful, with aud in diguity to tho proud eiuiiieuco pink lips and sparkling blue eyes. Slio heretofoio attained only by the hotis 17 years old, and has admirorsiuall N. Y. Herald. house strawberry. tho land around. Her old father has The Christian Era commenced ou plenty of ooiu, and tho fellow who tho Day of Pentecost, when heaven captures this sweet creaturo can count reverted tho decision of tho enrly himself as being tho luckiest mortal courts that had condemned and oxa Chico Kecord. iu tho oounty, cuted Jesus Christ, nud ratified tho A barefooted Georgia farmer, while truth of his claim to bo tho Saviour of hoeing potatoes n few days ago, saw what he thought was a snako's bead peering from tho ground directly in front of him. Ho struck savagely with hH hoo and cut ofl' his own big too, which ho had mistaken for u rop-tilIt isn't tho loss of tho too that ho minds. It's tho infernal persistency with which folks grin and ask him about it. A new horror has been added to the cigarette in California. "Leprosy," says a San Francisco physician, "is revealing itself about tho lips and tongues ot boys who smoke cigarettes made by the Chinese. The disease though fatal, is slow in giving tokens of its first approaches." No less than 170 cases of infection by cigarette smoking had come under tho physician's notice. Sloiiheu fuom Eatino Clover. An e'xehange says : This is Hoiise BRAND NEW GOODS, Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Also, o Nioo Lino of Near Kingston, N. C, a negro boy, six years old, shot his sister.aged four years, in a house, dragged the body into a field, and hid iu tho rows of cotton. He said tho child began to cry, and to hush it ho snapped a gun nt her, as he had been in the hab it of doing. The gun went off, aud tho chargo nearly blow ofl the child's head, annoying especially in tho driving I am opening daily a Full lino ot tho Boat Goods in tho Markot, to bo horse but the remedy is very simple sold at Bottom Fricos. Call and oxamino. and easy at hand, consisting ot a head TIM W. HIGGINS. Salesman. of cabbage fed to the horse just before using him for work or driving. It is cheap and effective CARPETS,OIL CLOTHS TRUNKS & If tho command of the old Salt Euxtiucity as Arri.nu to Kail-ko- a TitAiNS, Two llritisli patents havo just been issued tor mounting dynamo-electric machines upon railroad carriages in such mamior that tho machines can bo set in motion when the train is at a suitable speed and then mado to generate electricity which is storod in secondary luttorioj and applied when required for light An omiucut scientist says that wheu iug tho train, for signal lights and for a lady can not sit dowu without her propulsion when desired. uoso becoming red it shows that thero "I hardly think wo shall remain is imperfect circulation of tho blood, mora than n week at Newport, as the caused by tight laciug. Same with judgo is partial to mountain uir." gentlemen, A red noso is a euro sign "Tliq judge ?" qucrried Mrs. Slurs-ling- : of tightuesi Homo where "I was not awaro, my dear A girl who sets out to look graceful madam, that your.hueband had adorny in n hammock has us much work ou ed tho bench." "O dear, yes 1" chirruniMHl littlo Mrs. Scan- - baud as tho man who tries to bo lanfollowing him twit i'why, bo's been threo titnoa guid with ii saw-ldown a hill, judgo of our town election" smil-iutdog mankind by shedding forth the gifts of tho Holy Spirit on tho day of Pentecost, as recorded in tho Acts of the Apostles. trains per Thcro aro now filly-eig- ht day ruuning on thoC .& 0. Railroad, and to busy aro tho train dispatcher kept that it is diflicult to get the wires A commerfor nu ordinary message. cial wiro should bo laid and a double track aloug tho wholo line will bo oue of tho necessities of tho near future. Thero is nothing that soothes a bee sting ou a young girl so much as the remark coming iroiu a nico young mau to tho cllect that a bco was a discriminating iusect, and know a sweet thing when it saw it. is, as usual, given to the Somo of theso Mouday mornings River packet worst beaten candidate on tho track after the gifted administration has for any ofiico, Lieutenant Governor been up all night ou a spreo with the Richard Tnrvin Jacob will certainly Now York boys, the country will get it. Well, ho ought to have some-tilinwake to tinu itself in the grip ot a Argus. blear eyed dictator crowned with a towel full of pouuded ico. crash Aimee is coming back to America Atlanta Constitution. this fall. Her voice is not so well Graoio was hugging proportioned as it used to bo, but what Threo year-oland kissing her baby sister when her is better, her ankle retains all its old auntie said to her, "Aud you really time sweetness, compass and power. ' think you love your littlo sister, do Denver Tribnno. d w IT m 'Xtltmi mkmm -- X3:.A.S TIKE- - GENUINE MAYFIELD Water Elevator. Destroys All Water Insects; VflallaaBaBflV Draws Fresh Water lrom Bottom of Cistern; Has No Tubing and Does Not Freeze. Foulest Cisterns Mado Pur o. by This Elevator. WmOF you?" Quick as u flash caruo the reSandy rivor, in Kentucky, gets an ply, "No, I don't fink I lovo my appropriation of 825,000 enough to little sister; I love her wivout fink- put a tin roof over the river so the ing." sun will not dry It ujt during tho dog , Milwaukee Republican Sen The Norfolk (Va.) Landmark, days. whoso editor has responded to several tinel. m m calls to tho field of honor, advocates John Black and Aunio Berry were the passage of au act of the Assembly married in Maury county, Tenn., last commanding tho Shirifl to conduct week. The youug couple propose to each duel at short range, and to keep raise their own blackberries hereafter. it up until there is a funeral. Breck. News. "There's ono thiug," taid an old merchant, "that I uover yet knew to get tired of standiug, no matter how bug it stood, and that is an outstanding debt." OVER ONE HUNDRED Now in Use in This County. .tflgta'' "I havo heard every sermon preachWithin a limit of three miles of ed in this church during the last fifty Auburn, Ivy., livo threo brother, who years," said a man of quiet satire, threo years ago married threo sisters, 'and," ho added slily, "I'm a chrisand who havo now 3 children each. tian still." Try Ono, and If Not Satisfied, It Will Ba,TS' 3RT ken Back. wom.t-,- a , sTasTFOiax), icy. Friday Morning, - - August II, 1882 W. P. WALTON, EDITOR moro nctvsj wo get from tho election tho better it is. Hero in Lincoln our lowest majority is 54 and 'tho highest G3G, tho former figures ex- ccediiigTiMen' majority 18 and Han- Tub cock's by ICO. Henry's majority in this county is 189. In Garrnnl, tho full democratic ticket is elected, the first timeiince tho wnr.by majorities ranging from 87 to 372. In Madison notwithstanding tho Bennett family spent a good sized fortune, tho democraoy elect their county ticket by 544, several hundred radro than they havo gotten for years. In Jessamine, n republican county, the democratic majority is put down at 1,500, while in Laurel, another republican county, tho democrats elect tho principal officers of tho county. Rockcastle alono in this section has gone over to tho enemy, where tho republican ticket is elected by about 200 majority. Reports from other sections of tho State are very gratifying to the democracy, and Henry's majority will be not less than 40,000. Judge Lewis is ro elected to the Court of Appeals over Russell, who made n better race than even ho expected. Of course tho Superior Judges nro nil olecled as they would havo been nil the same, had they had republican opposition. Jacob's popularity in Louisville, the Potl claims that it was caused by its efforts, gavo him that city by 747, which speaks very poorly for the gen uineness of those who lay claim to being democrats. After one of tho longest sessions on record, Congress has pulled down the blinds and shut up shop for a season. Except aa a money appropriating institution, it was very much of a failure and it would have been Eeventy-eigmillions of dollars in tho public Treasury if it had been a failure in that also. No legislation of important has been accomplished, and it has seemed to be the solo object of the party in power, to reduce the surplus in tho government coffers to tho last farthing and they were, nearly successful. The entire amount appropriated by the regular appropriation bills is 8270,103,225 70. and the total by other bills 824,139,871 77, making a gross, aggregate of S294.243.097 36. The excess of appropriations over last year is 877,500.000. Gov. Blackuuhn has announced his intention to stump the State in tho interest of retrenchment and reform. We fear tho people will not accept the fine theories of a man, who has most signally failed in practice. The house furnished him has cost the State nearly doubfoduring his administration, and the fines he has remitted would have paid nearly the entire ex nences of running the eoverument. As cheeky as the old fellow is, we don't think he will have the gall to exhibit himself as he promises. ht Secrrtaky Fouier seems to havo Ourt information in regard to tho mIo of the Danville Advocate was cor- becomo convinced that hw party has rect as to that fact but wrong as to Its been making an ass of itaelf by keepfuture politics. It will be democratic ing tho Tildcn incorao tax suit dangas hcrctoforo and knowing at least ono ling for purely political purposes in of tho new firm, wo aro confident that tho courts, and ho now proposes, inasit will maintain its high rank. Messrs. much as tho Government has not in Saml. G. Boyle and D. T. Fnckler, six years been ablo to make out n aro tho new proprietors and editors caso, to discontlnuo it. Tho suit was and aro young men of ability and am brought in 187G by tho Federal Disbition. Mr. J. R. Marrs will carry trict Attorney in Now York to mako with him, no matter in what business peoplo believe that Mr. Tildcn had ho may enter, tho lovo and respect of been swindling tho Government, nl who though ho had paid in full ovcry dolhis brethren of tho quill, will ho loath to givo him up. His lar due tho Government according to conservative courso has endeared tho Federal Assessor's bill. Every lum to every body and wo regret now and then this mean and fraudu as much as any one, that ho has. lent dovico of a mean party has been retired from a post ho has filled so ad trotted out, and Mr. Folger seems to numbly for 17 years, lo his succes Ira the first republican who has dissors wo extend tho right hand of fel- covered that thoschemo hurts tho relowship and say: Follow tho examplo publican party and not Mr. Tilden. . that has been set you and you aro bound to succeed. The courts havo mako a gross apparently. They fined Gen. Indiana republicans met at InThe dianapolis, Wednesday, and renomi- Curtis a thousand dollars for violating nated tho present Secretary of State tho law regarding political assessments and other minor Stato officers and upon civil servants; hut tho New York adopted a platform full of meaning- State Republican Committee com less but high sounding promises. The mends Curtis' action, and resolves to Sentinel says: A prominent republi pay all tho expense of his defense, in can said'last evening: "Our platform cluding, of course tho amount of his has lost us tho Stato by 25,000 votes. fine. Some peoplo might look upon Wo can't go before tho peoplo nud this notion as compounding n felony. stultify ourselves by saying that tho The committee regard it as upholding Chicago Times. prohibition amendment is not an issue a useful patriot. and its merits are not to bo discussed pointedly says; The and voted upon." Another republi- "At tho lowest cstimato 870,000,000 can standing by chimed in : "Yes, moro than was appropriated last sesour party has exhibited sheer coward-ic- o sion has been voted away, and there on the lirjuor question, and cowhas been no reduction of taxes at all. ardice is always a failure." This is a pretty record for tho mem-bersG.-Jmis-tako Qlohc-Dcmocr- In Vennor predicts rl of the Northwest Moro the middle of A The sudden coolness) of lite Atmosphere within the lint tlsy or two mslce the prediction not Impossible. Tlie t'emocrstJi of the Twelfth Illinois district rnteritjr nominated J. M. Hlggs, on the l.MUtMmllpt, an General Singleton's successor In Congress. The confcnllon lias sat In two town anil balloted, otTand on, for about a week. Mate AiItIcm from HrowniTllle,Te-ess- , there are about fifty cases of yellow ftw there, and an epedetnic la ilereloplnft. The and prepared for the people are worst though no aid la required fim the Uorernmenl at present. At Eminence, Kentuckj, Joseph louden, a respectable farmer, had a difficulty with Ham. Collins, n tauisville rough. They were eis.ra'eil, but Collins after assaulted Louden, slabbing him ward through the heart. Collins, escaped, Monday night the eidewheel Anchor Line steamer, Hold Dust, bound from Viciburj- - for St. I.otils, exploded and burned to the water' edge.and tunk In the two hundred yards altote Mississippi, Hickman, Ky. Seventeen are known to wounded. have been killed and The Captain was. (lightly wounded. A tug with physician, were rent to the scene of the disaster tti-- night from Cairo. strike In New The orlc. which haa been kept up for many weeks, and which had lo a marked degree the armpathy of the public, haa collapsed. It eeemej at one time aa though the strikers would carry their point, and the railroad companies bo compelled ro make the concessions demanded, but the companies were too powerful for the strikers, and the strike ends without any single advantage to thoso engaged in it, and a great loss of valuable time. Contribution! of $15,000 were consumed, and more than $100,000 in wasnow-stortie,-nfortr-seren t freight-handler- For County Attorney- -J. II. Ilrown, no opposition: For Juller Sam ltothwell over Jno. Perkins (negro), .172; For Asses sor Thos. Austin over J. M. Laylon, 190; For Coroner Andy Rice over 12. W. Har. ris, 1 Id; Henry haa a small majority In the 182; OLD ROCKCASTLE TO THE FRONT. county. Brranttrille. Flux and whooping cough have made their appearance in this vicinity. Frank Folger bought of Win. Ilerkele Johnston a young horse for $03, bought a liorso of Ikrkele for $70. Tom Stone bought a work mule for$100, and sold one for $1 30. Miss Leila Doorcs, our "bby sister," after a pleasant visit of several weeks, re turned to her home last Sunday. Our house haa lost its "sunshine." Miss Ross, lliirlon commenced her school at Ml. Hebron, last Monday, and so fir her patrons are much pleased, BT. Yril.ltlX AtlVr.UTISFMMTH. Tom Stone met with a serious accident NAM .11. last week, while adjusting n chain on his N EY He was standing over the blade, mower. Alt. Vornou, Ky. when the team started, the blade striking him just below the ankle, and culling a termil prscilts ins proifssion in nocsrmiiiv idv rible gash, severing one tendon. Dr. Webb Mr, Stone is doing PfwcUl sllenllsn il en lo collections. dreacd tho wound, and welt, but will be confined to the houe for ! some time. We have growing in our garden, two M'X. Chilled Plows, cucumbers over two feet in length, and sev- Agenoyof Bouth-Ben- d , i.u-- -u nun uiuai ua,k AnilQt..l Plnf eral that have been pulled and pickled n.uii o & Mowers, Sweepstakes TlnrVrtVAws. Tliretu-arBoapsrs that are fully three feet. They are of the Mitchell Farm Wacom. New Home male variety, and grow coiled up and re 8owinff Machines, Taylor's Elastio Bed semblea large green snake so much that opnngs. several persons have been deceived with Reaching out for the rich, Ihe poor, the lame, the blind ami the hall. ume one. come all to her healing waters. The pro-nw o to state that from nrUlnra until the lstof October Ihey have reduced ths board lo one dollar per day, so mat all may have an opportunity to drink of lirr healing waters. We htve also made ar- rangements with the I. A N. Rillroad nd .. - -- il..n U It It l. aidl xiMirainn tickets for t w. round lrin at a price that all 'can altonl. We Matter ourselves that Ihe place Is in Iwtter running order thin it was ever known, always supplied with fish, vegetables In great abundance from their own sarden. and milk and bullrr nf Iheir own production. We Iioki all who are dispos ed will come at once. RooKrAiTi.r SrniNiH Co o ile-lrI SUMMER ............ -- CLOTHING A.'V ACTUAL COST! ATTOR iii)kii:tt, AT LAW, Many of tho Weights J. E. VOWELS' YA16IKTY NTOltK VI.IINON, KY ittA...nt .w, Aro Heavy Enough For Extromo Win-tor. ges lot. intimates that l Billy O'Bradley does not want to be elected to Congress and says he is posing in the rolo of political martyr and hopes to be among thoso who are to come up to a fat Federal appointment through great tribulation. If this is tho case, and it probably is, the convention which meets here next Wednesday ought to consider the question of nominating some other man, who does want McIIenhy, tho originator and into bo elected. How would Georgo W. ventor of tho bolt against the demoGentry, cold, do for the position? cratic nominee for Appellate Clerk, that he was honor bound to support, Tug Covington Commonwealth says: no doubt feels mean enough to go and Kentucky Democrats may profitably hang himself. And he will if tho give Gve minutes to the consideration party in power do not give him solace, of Louisville s rote for Appellate Clerk. in a little offico of some kind. Louisville is the headquarters of the The Saratoga correspondent of the Central Committee; it is the place where Capt. Tom Henry had his mis- New York Truth says: "The politiadventure Louisville is usually good cal atraosphero is assuming moro and for from G.O00 to 8,000 Democratic more a Tildenish hue." Well that's about as good a color as we could wish. majority. to observe tha't Dan He was elected President in 187C and Wi: are pained O 'Sullivan was one of a gang that tried he can bo in 1884, if ho is nominated. The Courier-Journa- tbo House, whether republicans heretofore republican, has left the par or democrats, to go tho people on. ty, bidding it farewell in the following Soma of theso misrepresenting represenlanguage: "According to our convic tatives will hear from theirconstituents tion, since tho 27th of Juno thero ex before snow flies." ists an impassihlo chasm between the A Northern paper says Keifer friends of personal liberty and the ro is ono of tho elephants belonging to publican party of Iowa, and no true tho republican party. Ho is a sort of republican, and particularly no Ger- Jumbo, not overburdened with intelman American, who has ligence, but possessed of enough brute or who respects tho people aud repub skill to do an immense amount of lic, should identify himself with tho damage whenever ho manages to get republican party and its conventions away from his keeper, Robeson. and nominations. Mrs. Harhiet Beecher Stowk Mn. W. O. Buadley, broken in spir- writes to a Western newspaper that its and with a dark future before his the character of Uncle Tom was not a eyes, rises to explain that he did not biography or portrait, hut tho work a furnish any money to anybody for of the imagination. Yes, and it was any purpose. This sounds a little with a devilish malignity, thin in view of some of the facts, but born of a hatred for tbe Sunny-SoutWilliam is a second George WashingOscar Wilde is said to have proton and cannot tell a lie, so we relucnounced Miss Aleatia Allen, of Monttantly accept his apology. The jig is gomery, Ala., tho most beautiful up with you all the same old fellow, young lady he had seen in tho United and your northern backers will tall you States. Miss Satia ought to go ou tho plainly that this is a bad year and you stago after this advertisement by the n bad man, to invest money on in this biggest fool in the business. district. A man 92 years of age walked to The Cincinnati (Ohio) Enquirer is Warsaw, Ky., a distance of five miles advocating the election of Col. Thos. to vote and then fell dead. It is sup L. Jones to the Gubernatorial Chair posed that be voted the republican of Kentucky. He certainly finds a for the first time in his long better friend and moro ardent sup- ticket lite, and mortification immediately porter in the Ohio paper than in the set in. average Kentucky. This part of the The Louisville Potl says that Col. Owen moral viueyard is for Knott. T. L. Jones was unable to get a dozen News. And this and numerous other to hearhimspeak in Louisville, parts aro for Hon. Michael II. Ows- persons notwithstanding the central commitley. tee tried its best to work up a crowd. Thkre could be no better campaign He did not speak of course. thunder than has been furnished for Congressman Joe Blackburn has the democracy on tarifl and internal taxation. Ho must be a weak logician again placed his democratic friends at and a sad failure in rhetoric who can Washington under the necessity of not handle that record and especial- explaining what he meant to say. What ly the defunct "Tax Reduction Bill" Covington Commonwealth. --as to bury his republican opponent has Joe been doing now ? under an avalanche of contemptuous The Iowa prOhabition law will com Washington Post. ridicule. pel some property owners to begin The Davenport (la.) Democrat, The. Islington JVewsaja Mr. Mason, who haa charge of the Kentucky Central extension, is reported to be a very remaka-Li- e years old, and mm. lie ia eighty-tw- o t, over-draw- n paying taxes. saloons of Tho licenses of tbo ten What Cheer have heretofore yielded enough money to pay tho tax ' ofMho town. The Catlettsburg Democrat waa so mad because its town went republican that it failed to mention tho electiou at all in tho issue of tho 9th. Yellow foveris raging in ono two Texas towns but it is too lato tho season to extend very rapidly to do much harm. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. e The evidence in the care has closed on both tides. Twenty-fiv- e Apaches were publicly shot at Chihuahua, Mexico, by Mexican troops, on Monday. Close & Wasson, Louisville retail dry goods men, have made an assignment; liabilities $80,000. In the Alabama elections on Monday, the democraUswept tho State like the only broom in the house. Up to date, tho amount of discovered forgeries of Charles M. Helgert, of Phila delphia, Is $100,558. The Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad haa made recent purchases of land in the city of Louisbille, the whole amounting to $299,. long-winde- d Star-rout- to take Louisville, on election day and that he was fined 85 for the fun. Dan, old fellow, we never thought you would como to this; but hold I there may bo another Dan O'Sullivau, besides the city editor of the Courier-Journaaud wo may bo happy yet. l, The Lexington poeple o aro to ba congratulated on the fact that their is to be old tumbledown Court-Housrazed, and a hundred thousand dollar building erected in its stead, tho bill passed by the Legislature to submit the question to the people having been carried by 1,800 majority. fl Sam GAiNia' popularity is shown in The 1'aris Kentutkian is not im- the fact that his county, Christian, proved by its changeof form and looks which usually gives 1,000 republican that 'its 'old friends majority, gavo him over 1,500 majority Monday. scarcely recognize it. Local option is decidedly distasteful to the average Lexiogtou puzzler, if wo are to judgo by the majority against it last Monday, It was 1,385, pretty large for a small town. Hon. PniL. B. Thomson will spend a few weeks at home and prob ably givo the boys a little talk at several poiuU, after which he will return to Washington to attend his duties as Secretary of the National Congression al Committee. The Boston Post says: "Tho tariff commission, which is having its paid at Long Branch, ought to keep a cow, as Grant used to do." Perhaps they find like many other men, that it is cheaper to buy their 000. The bill which passed the House, giv milk. ing an Increase of pensions to soldiers who The school tax bill was carried by Inst an arm in the late war, waa killed In a good majority as it should have been. the Senate. A fire in Gardner, Me., burnt over SO The negro child will hereafter bo entiacres of factories and dwellings,. The loss tled to as much per capita as tho white, Is heavy and much sufleriiig will arise which is nothing but fair and right. disaster. Twallve are supposed from the to be lost. Many parties iu tho South are now experimenting In the manufacture of sugar from watermelons. A bright, clear syrup is made inllie proportion of one gallon to eleveu gallon of juice. manages the butincM of the compnny with Will practice Id lb Oourl ol this ni iJlolnlof an activity worthy of a man in the prime Ufflc eouniiMSCd m Ins Uittrl or AppMls. In Uwiicj A Con n bulMlD( up sulrs. of life. He la n Virginian, and ia said to have assisted in the construction of the ALEX. ANDEHBON. Grutroad that was built in America. He is x.a.av, in his aaid to have made $2,000,000 UANVILLK, KY., He life, and now ia worth about JCOO.OOO. Will prattle la tht Courts of Hoy la sn J sJJolnlnl is somewhat eccentric. He wears now a cvuotiea an, m iq couri 01 iipSll. w Tht Col, "Denigts" of It. stove-pip- e long fur on It, high hat with IIABTEHSON l'EYTON, which he bought in 1S57. He got it in- Killer Inttnor Journal; Lancaster, Kv.. Aug. 8, '82. In your ll,L'i,-r' jured some time since, and tool: a special w Will prsetit In all lbs Courts of Ctwr snj J- paper of August 4th, 18S2, you say you trip with it to Virginia to have it repaired. counties, anil Close; "are informed that a considerable sum of joining attention (liru In lbs Couit or Appeals, eiprrlal toellNlluns. Offlco oter GARRARD COUNTT. money has been procured from the corrup- ik i. ntrtc'a stoic. tion fund at Washington City by the kind Lancaster. OIL J. O. UAIU'ENTEH, Tho young men gave another nice offices of Billy Ilradley, to be used in the ces. BTAKFURIi, KENTUCKY Miller-Lyll- e hop at the Hall Tuesday night. interest." Your informant OOeeoter Ilolt. 8. 1.ytls'i store. Ofaeo boun A prominent republican says he ia in his simply and unconditionally spoken favor of the negro being sent out of the falsely. Not a dollar wai procured by me from 3 Is H tihl 7 lo r. if . country. So'mi. as stated for those purposes or fnr any othJ. J. WILSON, Ueo. D. Wear en ia making the wheat er purpose. In your issue of this day you difftrade boom in this county. He bought say "considering that Bradley had so lav HTANIOIID, KY about 10,000 bushels from the Walker ishly distributed his campaign fund forced Olflfe and IlcslJcnce, Upper Main M. see from the pockets of tbe poorest paid of the Bros. Tuesday, at 90 cents. LEE F. HUFFMAN, The Great U. S. Circus will exhibit office holders and that the democracy was 1J3IS'X,IHT, and "The Huntleys" a theat- without any such means of electioneerhere STANFOni), KY. rical combination of note will be here the ing," &c This again is entirely untrue. I Oflce South aids Main Slrel, two door abov kuv 4ijvra nights of the and, 15th. have not distributed one dollar of such PuroMtroua jioiai. Oaa aJmtnlstoreJ J25.00 SUITS AT 818.00 whtn re OHJt Garrard republican have realized funds, nor have I ever received a dollar to quired. '20.00 SUITS AT 1G.00 is a white elephant. The distribute in your county or elsewhere. that a coon It. O. MOltOAN, V. D. B coons have come to the same conclusion in Again, in this dav's you ar, "the 18.00 SUITS AT 15.00 Will bo in ntaafonl two weeks regard to the republican party. republicans can not s fiord lo invest their of each tuontb. from nrsl Mou4ay. Itaital rooms 10.00 SUITS AT 13.50 The Richmond Fair Is the attraction corruption fund on a man that can not InBt. Asaph Hotel, oier lie Uter A llrljhlV AtLau-ailetwo weeksof each month for this community at present. The grand carry his own republican county even irew miru mudubj isyuiai riKimim ataaouueuso. 15.00 SU1T3 AT 12.50 rush will be made Saturday, when every trith thousand! at his disposal." This is an is- sign t'urs nitrous olid gas admlntttoreU wocn OKruarjrH tr one who can raise a dollar and eighty iuuendo entirely groundless I have no 12.50 SUIlli AT 10.00 thousands or any amount whatever at my OTH WKKK 111 s usr at bmna m.IIt ma.I. cents will be "thr." -- 10.00 SUITS AT Outfit liee. AJ.IlnsTaus.lCu., Au. 8.00 ?.Citl7 A purse has lwen raised to send our disposal of any corruption fond from any gUllS, jUIIDfl. newly elected County Officers to the Fair quarter, nnr did I ever hive. I will say CI n Cinprilar at horns. Haniplea worth 0.00 SUITS AT 7.50 one day. They are a show in themselves, tint irfoney was sent into Ibis county to wJ lu Elaine. fret. Altlrm MmsoN A Co., loriianu. COO 8.00 SUITS AT comprising three of the largest and the aid thi deuiccrat from Richmond, FrankCCC A week In your own town Terms ami H fort and other places. In so far as my vuuiniim. smallest man in the county. a . i rest n. niiLarr A Co., 7.00 SUITS AT 5.50 A party composed of Hon. Geo. Den ability to carry this county is concerned, i oruamj. iaine. 1.00 5.00 SUITS AT ny, Sr, and wife, Jos. Kobinson and wife, you need have no fears. Unhappy dissenSMALL PAKM Mrs. J. Wade Walker and Miss Kate Sim- sions in the republican party oaused our mons, left Wednesday for Rockcastle defeat, but these do not exist as regards Hating motel to NIcboluTitle. I will sell prl Springs. Others will go in a few days. myself. Please do me the justice to insert tstfly iny Farm, containing about Mrs. Geo, II, liruce was over to see her this in your next issue. ONE 80.00 SIIOKS AT 85.00 W. O. BKAIH.EV. parents Monday. Site waa accompanied Onthc lUDtllle A rjunfortl me, t.tut 3 intl A Garrard Count Allegory. by her cousin, Jordan Gray. Kddie C. 5.00 SHOES AT 1.00 from DanfMO. The Uc.i In tnA ilaloof eu! t.Tatlon;ill la graeXi?tt JOirrri- (bat lo For lb Interior JuurnaL) Walton, the Chesterfield of the Interior noum) ...dko"i rrjir and Co iniiuaii (tnt in in Journal office, came over with Capt. F. J. Now in the days of Arthur the King, be contains 7 looiot, also 4Dtrjt tliUrn ', tiisnioorUMioutf, White to see that he did not vote for hold there was a great gathering together new bam. 3.00 SHOES AT 2.60 tnaut tiou, the coon Monday. Messrs. Jo I'orlman of people in the region round about Gar any on Ac, ai.tl ai floe fruit vi i try Jrt rlptlon uumt, cntr-rlwain: appi 2.50 SHOES AT 2.00 and Allen Reazley, of Stanford, rendered rard, to choose among their great men for Kriiea, (Uuiftcoi. aluio. anjr Ihloic J on uiajr kcbool- Vltntrof atork water good service Monday in spotting Lincoln high places, in the year of our lord 18S2, rail for.one mWafroiu Marktmlth IntlclUoi ml let itiup, two liout?, from waur will l'lttrrttlugljr hwltby plan for county negroes who came over to vote. and the 7th day of the month. t ballot tort. In 18 ywira never italJ ft doctors And it came to pass that the voice of bllli. I refer Tim lo Mm T. M. Llllird. 11. M. Messrs. Geo. and Hugh Mason have returnW II Oentrr, feam John ion, who ed to Chicago after a ten days visit home. Ilagai, from Buckeye, waa heard in the Llnney, the piece, ami alto llvfaou i uouiaa jaeirair, eianiuru. 83.50 LADIES' SHOES AT 83.00 AddrcM JOHN .MKM'AIsrV Mrs. Hannah Scott and family, of Jessa- wilderness, crying, prepare ye the way, for 67 Nlcholaavllle, Ky I am coming to rule thee. And It came lo mine, are visiting at J. B. Mason's. 3.00 LADIES' SHOES AT 2.50 of pais that William, of the house of Walker, Owing to atmospheric interruption CO. 2.50 LADIES' SHOES AT 2.00 & the wires I was unable to get off a report put on his armor and went forth into the AWARDCO of the result of the election In this county country about Buckeye lo meet the giant 2.00 LADIES' SHOES AT 1.60 Monday, in time fur your last issue. While HagAl. The people hearing rumors of war sent a atrong fight waa made all over the counDV THE ty, the day was comparatively peaceable. forth Richard, of the house of Ilurnside, ATLANTA COTTON EXPOSITION, It had been thought for some time previ- to battle against the Kavanaugh in the am Twtia ous that a difficulty of considerable aixe country East from the city. 82.25 LADIES'SLIl'PEKS ATS1.05 And it came to pam that Thomas, of the Steam Engine and Saw Mil was imminent here, but to the great relief 2.00LADIES'SLIPPEKSAT 1.50 of every body tbe day passed with but one house of Wberitt, low In stature, went fordi Xihlbltcd at Atlanta In lest, LADIES-SLIPPERsquabble, which waa soon quieted and eve to meet the wise man, Patterson, who was ... . AT 1.35 at V..I-- .. - c- AianuiftG-uicrul iv,i,.. 1.75 ..uaiuv. 1111. ry thing moved smoothly. Ihe saloons much learned in the school of Berea. And Saw Mills, Hani UJsars. Lath Machines, Hub and Spoke Machinery, bbaftlnr. Hansen, l'ul. 1.25 UOLADIES'SLIPPEKSAT were closed all day and drunk men were behold John, of lliehoiue of Perkins, a de- - lers.Coupllnti. (Icirini, Unit ami Hour Itllli btn-- i fur special Clrcalaror verj scarce. In fact I did not see one du cendant of Ham, with feet like uuto a bear, Bait mil, ttblch tie sill fur our Ma, I I'lanlstloa 1.25 LADIES'SLIPPEIIS AT 1.00 ring the day. Tho votes for both sides and a tongue sharper than a poured in rapidly and by 12 o'clock it was word, cime forth to make war on the great visible to the naked eye that unless the re- Indian of Paint Lick. The wr ragad, and publican precincts turned out better than Hagil fell at the feet of William. Richard this (on which the moat formidable repub- was defeated by the man Kiit from tbe ci81.00 STRAW HATS ATJ3.50 Fneclal attention Kiean to Plantation Malican, It. A. Ilurnalde, candidate for Cir- ty, who wore a leathern girdle about Ids chinery. llliitlratiU Circular 3.00 STRAW HATS AT 2.75 CO., & cuit Clerk, was depending for a majority loins, and whose food waa locust and wild John S H'u.'r Bit., Cincinnati, of 100 on account of democratic relative, honey, itnd great was Ihe fall thereof, be2.00 STRAW HATS AT 1.50 Ac.,) the democrats would make a clean cause of the mighty power of Richard. 1.50 STRAW HATS AT 1.00 College. sweep. As tho day advanced this fact be- The man ol low statue, ecitlerlng battle came more apparent and when at the close from his eyes, conquered the wise map of 1.00 STRAW HATS AT .75 .HTANFOItl, KY. And it camo to para on the same of the polls a statement from I'alnt Lick Berea. .75 STRAW HATS AT .50 precinct (which la geuerally republican) day, that the great Indian conquered the decendantofHaiu. And behold there was With a Full Corps of Teachers, was received giving the democrats majorities ranging from 44 to 189, the enthusiasm great weeping, and wailing, and gnashing Tbla Institution will opn Ita Thirteenth beasloa on tbe ltd Monday In bet'lciuber uetL of the boys knew no bounds, and lsyihg of teeth among the republicans, and the be hands on W. L. Kavanaugh, in whose cry went forth: what shall we do lo ALL THK BUANCHEa Of A race the main fight wai made, carried him saved? Repent, and join the democratic at the head of a triumphal procession parly. Many souls were then added to the THOBOUGHENGUSHCOUBSE parly, and there was great rejoicing in the screws the square while shouts of exulta- region round about Oariard. Are taught, sa well sa Democracy. tion burst froui the throats of a hundred THE LANOUAOKU. DIIAW. MUBIO. Lancauteii, August, 7lh., 1882. men who never before have had opportuINO AND l'AINTINO. nity to rejoice in the election of their can To Tht Farmtrs. didates. The mslorilles are about as fol We wish lo say that in ihe future we low : For County Judge Wm. 13. Walk- - wilt under no consideration receive any In Tuition, iirlces ran front 123 to 150 Iu lb er over J. Wesley West, 'HI; For Circuit more wheat unless it Is tliourounlilj alrjr regular DtpartmenU. 1'rluiarr, f U; Intermedials 130. and accordion to contract. Wheat i now lio; 1'reiuratojy, HO, and Colli, Clerk W. L. Kavanaugh over R. A, damp aud fust In the aneat. l'artien who tllgglu-botluilurnside, 89; For Sherlfl'-Q- eo. for full particulars, as lo Hoard, Ac, address llirealt tueir wbeil 1st nils conuiiiou no vo no opx)illon; For County Clerk at their own risk. Kesnecirullr, & CO. HHN, N, V, rtUlKHKAHT, Stanford, Llnooln Co.,Ky. & HALLKK, MoAl.ISTKH Tom Wherrltt over Geo. B. Patterson, them. They mike excellent pickles, and are very prolific. The members of tho Baptist church are making grand preparation for the Centen nial Association at the Fork church. The business of the Association will be con ducted In the school-housand the preach ing by some of tho ablest divine of the Slate, will be in the church. Tables will be set In the beautiful grove adjoining, and there wilt be a good time generally. There waa blood on the moon on Ca noe Creek last week. Win. Sberror and Jas. Dishon had a retyilarknock down over alleged slander. Dishon came out second best; Sherror mashed his head badly with a whisky bottle. Two men concluded their wives needed a dressing down, and put in the time pretty lively for a while. The grand jury should see to these fellows. rnori.sHio.iAU T.W.VAHNOM. o WAT.LAOi:r.VAllJOW T. W.A W. B. VAHNON, UN 33 Yri A.'V IAW. STAN KO ltl, KY. la Owilsj A Men's Single Sole & Low-C- ut Olllc Son's ln IiuIIJIdj up ilslrs. Low-C- Shoes and Ladies' ut A.'ri.'onrj3v a.u' LANCASTKH, KY. ATTOKNHY A.'V HTANHmU, KY. H.U.KAUFx'MAN. r.A.'vv, Shoes & Slip- Mutrr Gotumlnloocr snj Countr Attorney. Will rKllclnall Ihe Courts of (Urtirvl couaiiesanu m losvourioi Appeal. THOMAB V. HILL, pers at Cost to Reduce Jit., JLiA."V, Stock. a.t 'Tis Early to Conunencc a Reduction for Fall Space, but our Stock A 1 Large, and it Requires Hence Time to the Slaughtering Pri- ' '.; HUllfiWON Road the following erences in prices and our earnestness: ifflim - II3N'lIMr, - v'Ua FOKSALE. HUNDRED ACRES xt m corn-cri- rbro-tiou- I" lwn. r, LANE BODLEY GOLD MEDAL a u $200 LANE V. BODLEY Stanford Female TERMS MODERATE. ll, Boys' and Youths' Clothing', Shoes and Hats in Same Proportion. BRUCE, WARREN A H (Jrren. BT-ifriroia- icy. -- It it pitting tlrange that our Mt. Vernon editor hi failed to tend lit a wr.rd of elecTitKltoAiilaw went np the flume hy a tion new. WeupKe the reaton I that he la athamed of hirmelf. majority of 1,672. . IoeCheam FnEKZMwatcoot hy V. 3. INDUCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY Linens, Piques, Fans, Plaid Ginghams, &c. I also offer, at Very Low Prices, my stock of Jeans, Flannels and Woolnes, which were bought early this year, at the close of Winter sales, at 15 per cent, less than present value. Money saved is money made. Come and see 110BT. S. IYTLE. RespectfuUy, me. To reduce my stock of Summer Goods, I will offer at Very Low Prices, foiJ the next 60 days, my stock of Laces, Hamburg Edging, Lace Curtains, India T. I. Pr.rAaE Notice. All peraon indebted A Nunnellev, either hy note or account will pleate come forward nnd act tralnt are running very Irregularly The I0CAL TIME (.AID, tie Immediately. The hutlnctt inuil'be of late nnd on Wednetday the mail wit woundup, A. T. Nunnelley. ( 10 A. M. two hniiM I'tiMnfrr tralna North... Itle, owing loan accident to the . 1 f r. h " Hoath... " engine. Hariih A Dawson have ut received 16 ton of Ltiko Ice, which they will tell In Kt.EtrrioM How. Jim Hnrnd almt Lwl LOCALNOTICES. ltohardt In a drunken row at Huttonrllle tiiall lot at 1J cent per pound. Peraont Iluv Paints of Penny A MoAlttltr. and niaile hit etcape with a drawn plttol, wanting large lot can get It on reasonable Kr.KVK.N rotmiH Hitt?r for $1 at MoAl-litnotwlthtlanding the vallitnt Dan Miller term. They Mill tell manufactured ice nl A llrlglil's. 1 cent per pound. ami Omrnl constantly on war on hand. Halt, I.ltnn hand a A. Owtlev'. Foil the fourth time Crab Orchard Juikie HrtowVd official majority over Spring were told yraterday. Thla time Nr.w Block of Jewelry ami Hllvsrware it I.jtle It R IK, and the litter teet now that it 1'cnny AMoAlhlrr'n. they were knocked off to Hon. W.N Hal wat not lilt iopulnri(y, but a difnIU-clioKnurr Jaim in any tlyle ami at your in the democratic rankt that eleeled him deman, nf the Courier Journal, who repreAGENTS ARE MAKING IDlUUIUpiQ II I HOTDlTCn STlll!.' Ufini'l price it McAlitler A Hrlglils. sent a Loultvllle Miidicate. The price 8100 PER MOUTH JEU.IIC mnmiiiiuu iLuuuiuniuu uiuuivuuuni I Cmr.n Mima BorRtnun MHIt and evap- eight yeart ago. We hardly auppoaii he paid it $120,000 for the really and $il,AO0 for Sum CHI. mmMt. 4QV will ever be a oandidate for any office orator for lo f A. Owslty. f rktiMt.ipii erona1ily, which i $7,000 more than they will find the Itcsl again; an Icatt we wouldn't; would yon? LoVMW nf Ooo! Tea WgJJMtPMSgiy brought at tho latt aale. A it waa made ThoLAEGEST STOCK of WATCHES.OLOOKS, JEWELHY Penny A McAIMtcrV In the city at The Lanratter people will be aorely d hy decree of court, we auppo-- e thit I a Watch m, Clock" and Jewelry repaired AND SIVWEKWAIIE but the failure of finality. and warranted hy Penny A McAlitler. Wantkii. Country haoon. highest mar- the United Slate Clrctit to appear ntay Ever brought to tills market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Amusement lover are promlted a rich ket price in caidi paid. McAlltter A Hriglit. aave the life of at Icatt one mtn; at it hit Jewelry Repaired on short notice, and Warranted. treat next week. Huntley' Dramatic ComPORK AMen Fruit Vinegar, lxal In the become an old provtrb that a rlrcua can In every retpect, will worlJ, for sale only If McAlitler A llrlglit. not exhibit In that place unlet one or pany, atuperlor one give two entertainment!, appearing in "Diand DIlLtS IX You will Dnd the hut enjoyed very much the visits of hi neighCASE T COUNTY. more men bite the duat. The V, 8. hat vorced" on Wednetday night, and In "Wo cenli cigar in town at Penny A McAlit-Ifr'- been bors snd friend, and it was hit delight to DRUGS, attached In Louiiville by varloua and 0KS, STATIONERY & FANCY . Libert. man' Devotion" on Thursday night. Thete V. C. Whlpp and E. L. Coffey have talk on Spiritual aflairs and to have the undry partie. rbytlclant' Prescription iccurrtelj compounded, Fbarmactutlral Pre.arallona atpeclalty. J. II. A 8. II. Shanks are receiving and are two of their beat play t, and they give just returned from a two weeks ttay at Scripture read to him. And upon one ocopening a nice new lot of .elgler Hlioes TiiEdarrard rep, do not aeem to liavo them with a reality that thowa Iluttcll Spring. Mrs. Annie Ldwards, casion when two esteemed lady friends low cut. voted with any degree of unanimity for their ability a t artitt. Price of came and sang quite a number of the .A rULl.llne of Cillfornla Canned flood, their colored brethren for Jaller,aathe ma admittion aro a utual, and reterved read aged 75, died on the 7th. , "good old songs" to him, he was almost Iricliiilinu Aprliotn, Graf-Pear. IVaolirs A fight took place In town last Saturand I'm Plum at McAlitler ami Urinlit'. jority agalntt him waa largely over can be "ecu red at either of the drug ttorea. day, between Hawk Durk, Tom and Jim overjoyed, He remarked to them "that Over that of tho other candidalet. those 'good old songs' had been his favorWllkinton on ono tide, Poll and DufTPort-maPERSONAL RELICIOUS. here they did not with to put themrelvc Frank Sweeney and Ira Logan on ites for more than fifty yean, but they were Col. J. H. lluuc'K went to KockcaMle to tho (eat of voting for a negro, to they Itev. J. S. Sim ha returned from Inthe other. Fighting waa done with rocks more so now, than eyer, as I expect so soon vettenlay. forced Wm, P. Kichardton, a worthy col- diana, and will preach Sunday. andttickt; no body much hurt. Arose out to real lie the sentiments of them." He la at the Cumber I)ii. Btkele Hailky ored man, from the track by fattely telling Ilrother name ha given up the fight of a ditpute over the election. No body enjoyed no visit after that, as he did that land Falli. him they did hot want any candidate in at Dayton, and gone to Indianapoli. one. He teemed better for several dayt, TtVet this opportunity of thanking hla patronalnStanfunl and vicinity for their liberal support, tnd arretted. Mm Mu.DiiEii Lewi is tilling rcla that race. Iial they put Henderton n atock thlteirly In the inuon, before being culled to retain It, it lis hu .elected a hop Iter. W. T. Tyree will preach at the At the voting pUce in the Shake K'g and then he began to fail in strength quite tire at Psrksvllle. OTer, and tt Young on, all the tame. That' the way; a Preabvterlan church Huttonvllle, to mornrecinct. Milton Woodt a very old man rapidly until on the 5th day of July, near Milting her nrgro I good enough to rote a their Miw. J. E. Caiison, It row and Sunday, at 11 o'clock A, M. got Into trouble with Oran Crockett and 10 o'clock, he peacefully and calmly titter, MIm Kallle Green. white republican matter dictate, but not Mr. John It. Jamt ha decided to de cut Crockett In the bread. Dock and Bob breathed his last. His funeral was preacha ityle. Hit motto It: T. K. IlKUcr, Kq, of Florida, It vlt to vote for no, no, no. vote hi life to the minitlry, and will Crockett came to Qran'a assistance and the ed by Elder J. W. Lober, on Thursdsy, From the beat .f Foreign Makers. They wilt be cut tndmadeln Cutting and Reptlrlng nettlj ind promptlj done. "To Excel." illng hi kintpeopte here. preach hit firtt aermon at the Ilaptitt three shot and slabbed old man Woods un- July Oth, commenced at 3 o'clock, It being SUIHE Oaunett, of Crab Orchard, playMiss Hiioda llAtr. relumed yetterday Church next Sunday at 4 r. M. til he wa dead. The fight created such the day and the hour that he had been aced the bulldozer Monday, and came in five from a villi to relatirea in Danville. W. J. Howe, who look down the worda excitement that nearly every body left the customed to meet his brethren and sisters Totow grain ia com laiul or any orxUnary land no preparation u neciltd vherc thit implement Miw. J. It. Mount, of a Orange, It rote of being defeated for it. It wat a thev fell from Mr. IUrne' lip, publiali at that church to hold congregational u wed; timply drire into the field and goto tcork feeding. voting place. Woods wat murdered. None agreed that It. II. Ilronaugh, a democrat, at her father', Jno. M, Mcltoberlt, Jr. Apottoltc Ttmtt, defying him prayer meeting for at least thirty years. be elected e a card in the of the partiei have been arretted. C. CnooKr, IWi .'resident of the and he, a republican, thould T3E3CES .3L-:BIOISr tignaturc, that he did Up to the time of thla writing we Although his death at hi age was not unuiiglttrate without opoition, and the elec- to deny over bit own Coal Co., wat here yetterday. Pine Hill not ute the word reported. he it gone fills us with a have received no official report from the expected, yet, that MR. B. It. WELCH, of Nicholatvllle. it tion In that race proceeded 'iilttly until Tbe aggregate turn collected and various precinct in the county, but have sadness, and notwithstanding his sge had tenant of the Spilre' came up and voted law, Mr. It. Carton. vliitlng hit father-Iby all the churches In the United beto some extent Impaired his powers, I feel CTuUKHEAliTand Mitt Flor- th) democratic ticket. Thit enraged the Statealast year it catimaled at $175,000,-00- heard from all, and givs the majorities . First-Cla- ss One. Combined low: Ibwuian (Independent) for County that his children, the community and the Sijnlre, and he told the man right then and In Lou ence Trueheart are v ititing frlendt Large a thla amount appear it la Judge It elected by 125; S. Adams, (Re- church have sustained a great loss. His there that he thould move from hi itvllle. liking thit let than $3 50 for each perton in tbe coun- publican) County Attorney, 21; Tate, children have at all times had such a fond- Makinq Mm. 8. I.. MclvonciiTB hit returned premltc or be put out. Not At best and cheapest implement erer produced. An implement that it inditpensallt in try. ness and tendernees for him that to his kind ol talk, the democrat put on J. 8. every crop cumtalea. Ilrother Itarnc, at Djyton, O., preach- - (Democrat) for Sheriff, 350; Chritteraon, faom Crab Orchard much improved In bowed In Ilohinton.andaltho'lt waa late in the day, ea twice a day, it it said, with a much zeal (Ind.) fur Jailer, 75; Cockrum, (Rep.) for latest day every one of them health. cheerful submission to what was conceived Corowent up he came within tix vote of beating the ago, and hat worked up Attesaor, 150; Wilton, (Rep.) for AHSUAI.R a he did a month Mim IIhu.k VAN old landlord, and everybody who be- quite a revival. He average a dozen or ner, 200; Penn, (Ind.) for Surveyor, shout to be his will. lie in like manner doated to Tl.it MIm Nannie Dunn, at Richmond, lieve thi it a free country, and who lovet more confettiont daily, and annointt twice 300. The above shows that the whole upon them, and hsd an aflection and a yetterday. he democratic ticket waa defeated except tenderness for them that amounted almost at many. Cincinnati. Commercial. l'lioi. M. I. ItoOKNi: hastecured the fair play, would have been delighted if however, waa doing no I g little Tate for Sheriff. Thla victory come to to devotion. But he has entered into that The average Parochial School at iluttonville.and liaa had. Mr. Oarnett for which he had so long waited, he more than aping hi northern friends. better than a circu, and it i ttrange that the republicans unexpected by every body, rest moved thither. had kept the faith; he had finished his placca of and is the reault of the tplit in the demoa Ho. W. .V. Hai.dbj.ian, Pretident IIane Ham.. The Stanford nine got they are continued righteomneas wat that attend them cratic party. Well, they will learn better course and a Crown of y of the Courier. Journal Company, la at Crib away with the Somerset, and the boy are worthip. The crowd s&i W it 1 y i $& awaiting him at the beautiful river. for the mot part do to for fun, and gener- by snd by. Orchard Sprlngt. R. A. much enoournzed after their mimerou tpirit-udevil than of IN MEMORIAM. Mil. J. I. Wiiiteiibai., the clerer P. defevl. Two garnet were played, the ally learn more of the matter. At one of them in Georgia M. nf Ml. Vernon, waa here with teveral rrore Handing a follow: Pint game, Elder Jacob Robinson NEW ADTtltTISKMKSTS. general riot occurred in young laditt yetterday. Stanford 'JO, Somertet 11; tecond game, tail Sunday a Died, at his home at J. V. Cook's, near Bulkr Harrow and Seeder. The Albion 8prlng-TuMu. HcMNiiteY M. IIamjou ltftytt Stanford -- 2, Somertet 15. Lee Dunltp, which five perton were killed and a num- Lancaster, Garrard county, on July 5th, For laa money tlum required to obtain a grain drill, tchieh can only be utilized in one crop, ho will go into of Danville, acted at Umpire in the firtt ber wounded. tenlay for Kantat, where 1882, in the 85th year of his age. He was thu implement can be had, which uill put t'n all kind cf small grain in the very best manner tn In reply to a reporter of theCincinnatl the mercantile hiitlnrtt. . leit time and with lees labor than the best grain drill made. born near where he died, Jan. 18th, 1793. game, and W. W. Oatley In the tecond. Miw. J. C. Coldweli., of Clarkaville, J. E Purlin. n acorol for both. The game CuMiwirrcioJ who aked hlui about hit Day His father, James Robinson, was born in land, IS icrtt of wheat Term, la tending a few week wilh her were quite exciting, and the large crowd of ton meeting, Mr. Barneaaaid: "Well, It Virginia, near Harper's Ferry, April 4th, land tu.1 houte and lot of ten teres of grut discouraging, by any mean. In 1701. His mother (whose maiden name with It. Apply to me netr Ilrlght't mother, Mm. Mary Logan. ltdir and gcnlltmcn that wilnced them wa not JAN. HOI1IXSON. daya I waa here I had 102 wa Catharine Augustus), was born in Josw,ofHarrodburg, were much interested. The Somertet, of the forty-twMisses Hettie vltlt-In- g and 1C1 application for heal- - Pennsylvania, near where the battle of confettion -and Utile Huffman, of Lanostter.sre THEcoiirae, had left their bett player at home, hotly. II lit I think the result Ml" Mimic Mcllobert. hut then that I alway the oite. They al- Inc of the tlramlywine was lougui, Jan. m, nut. CnooKE, whq It largely en to tay that the Stanford cannot come down will come to the aurftce after I am gone. The family could distinctly hear the can Col. J. It. giged In silver mining at Kioo, Col., call- there anil do them to, but there are tome Already I begin to tee a revultlon, and I nonading at that famous battle. James ed to tee ua WedneIav. He It much doubtt expreed whether they can fieht think I almott know that you will have Robinson was too young to serve his counpleated wilh hit .protect, and ladellRht better on their own dung-hil- l or not. They a great revival here. The churche will try as a soldier during the Revolutionary work in their revival ed with the climate of hit adopted State. clever and gentlemanly aet of fellow, feel the effect of my War, but before the war was over, young area with hit and it It probably not their fault that they thi Winter. The Ilible tay, you know, as he Mk. A. 0. McUonrUTS, DRAMATIC COMPANY, wat, he drove a team to convey supdaughter, Miw LUsle.of Dana, Ind., it vli- cannot play better. The name of the that one shall tow and another thall reap. plies for the army. He married and came IWtlou of Teeth and Lotcr while at work. I cam; In Dayton. work thai itlng Ms brother, Mr. YA. Mcltoberlt, and club are: O. Thomat, one of the editor of Now, that's Jutt the ROAD ! 27ter by detaching the Seeder you hare lU bed Harrow in the world, onebetide will do more work ON to this country In an early day, settled in doing Ute I have been sowing, and that other relative here. It it lila Oral vitil for the in once going orer the ground than an ordinary harrow will in a dozen, Garrard county, and raited a family of ten nuUi'wn. W. A. Morrow, the Interi- think WILL AITKAIl AT THE elte will be the reaper. I waa the children, 5 sons and 5 daughters; who faster and with more case. 19 yean, and he tayt the change here la to or Jol)UNAt,'i Somertet m:rlle; J. A. STANFORD OPERA HOUSE, great that he feel lout. before the deceased, except a 0. W. Sbeppard, reaper In Kentucky, where twenty-acveT. Z. Morrow, Jr., have all gone Miw. W.Q. Welch, of Stanford, who 8. N. Tomlinton, J. Hiudt, G. P. Porch and thnutand toula were convened, but I can dear titter, Mrs. Sarah Cook, of Lincoln lGtli, be wherever I go. It I eati it here for the tesson, taket almoUsa much I. Porch. Our boy did the proer thing by not expect to county; who is st good, true and noble a In the guetta at if they were In them, not only paying all expente, but er, of courte. to reap, but then we have to type of womanhood a can be found in the In tbr Great Sensational Drama, Inlerctt her own houte, and taket tt much pilntln providing a nice entertainment at the Ope- do simply the beet we can, and put It all land. The family were a long lived fami furniihlne partner for the girlt at if they ra Houte at night for their ctpecial benefit. in the hand of the Lord." ly, none, except two, dying under 70 years AND OS THUnaDAY NltlHT, 17TH, IN mt.tr under her t iwcial chaieronage. She of ace. the other member dying between LAND. STOCK ANO CROP. The Official Vote of Lincoln county I generally tucceedt In uiaktnp; thing) pleat the aget ot 72 and 89 years of sge. Elder ""WOMAN'S . (). given below. It doet not vary materially L. It. Jonca bought of F. Thurmond, a .T.pnb' ant for all who come in lier way. father died in his 73rd year; his Oneol the meat beautiful ot the modern plaji. publithed In ourlattit-tue- , nice young hone for $175. from the figure Courier Journal letter. 8pr!ng motherin her82dyear. He being the young except to make the democratic majorFULL BRASS BAND & ORCHESTRA ! day of tho MinneThe capacity pr est ton remained with his father and work. LOCAL MATTERS. ity greater than wo gave it. An increate apolis flouring mill I 31,250 barrel, but GENERAL ADMISSION, SO CTS., ed and managed his affairs as long as he doe Hancock S?5PjtS?,,Si T--' .?.jp'ir Circuit Court will begin at Mt. Vernon of ICO In the majority for going to the only about 8,360 barrel per day are now (his father) lived. At the death of his UALLEKY, ii CTS., not look like thla county pn.ni,n r TMth ind Lever while not In ute. being made. ' next Monday. he took charge of his mother's bufather, RESERVED SEATS. K CTS.; TO HE HAD AT f irate republican very awiftly. by removing threcleeth you can throughly pulverize the toil, A Jessamine county farmer had a 200 After planting your THE DHUQ STORES. siness snd worked and supervised for her eultiva or will do. Just received a new line of buggv nnd and destroy the iced, in tL row, cfcornala time, a thing that no other of land which averaged 33 bushacre tract and one that is as long as she lived. In the meantime he wagon harness. W. T. Green. 5F At first Haled, here it an iWfliisol fAaf can be used in every crop cultured tee it, get a sum- 53? els of whest to the acre, which he sold lor waa married to Maria Fleece, on Nov. 4th, GO I . Famert, come and a celUfinnone by any other implement; durable and simple. sH" - tr ! 2 GO "Va3HT $1 per bushel at the thresher. The land ia 1824, who was an estimable lady, of splenI orren my entlro ttock of Summer PI jjkawlfrjtt. lfitdoanotdowhatweclaimJorii,weuonoiimmyuurmv,Ky. Q valued at $25 per tcre. goodt at greatly reduced price fur the ai did family, an exemplary christian, a deGtU. U. WtAKtN, MgeiU, oittiiiuru, i B' VIA LOUISVILLE : Watermellon are stilt coming in by voted wife and mother. None could surnext thirty dayt. J. V. Havukk. t H. . WEAllES, Agt , Richmond, Ay. IND TllK WITHERS, Aot.. Lancaster. Ay. W. L. the I. A X. at the rate of 20 cars per day. pass her In the management of a family of OllEliX t- WILLIAMS, Aqty , lluttonville, hy. I bought atult of A Testimonial. with the o They reached at one time 13 cars per day. children, aud she waa known by all to be a R-Hon. T. B. Montgomery's Testimomal- .-I hate cultitatctl my crop of torn thiteaton the best & elothct from D. Klatt, and found them to '3imr joiilng without hetital ion that it I. Wheat la srriv lie at the rate of 100 cars woman of sterling worth and great piety -i Albion Combined &Utiwtor, Harrow and Seeder and can say Av 85S9 bett I ever wore. M. F. Klkln. be the ,h l'JJll Can plow ten acre of com a Jay wxlh Mease harrow or cultivator I have eierseen. per day. Cincinnati paper. and virtue. They lived happily together '1"IJ 3 3 DAILY TRAINS iwi perfectly, and lean cheerfully recommend it to my farmer friends, 1 hot 11 Montgomery. unjr;.i the Richmond Fair i a bigger insti for nearly 30 years, when the wife and Ladies, call and examine the light run. all dime tution than ever anil every body who at- mother died August 1854. They both ning New Home Sewing Machine, the bett 'qojtf X II w r To tow grain uUhthi Seeder no extra hand in required to clean it from filth a thu i 8K.aSS8..B w tends is delighted with the exhibition and worked very hard during all the earlier In the world, for sale al Chenault, Severby the driver without stopping or gttting oj hi teat. . THE EAST AND NOBTH. 'stiff. xaiv -) . the race. H. B. A K. P. Woods of this years of their married life, and were as ance A Co'a. S2lnf 4iunv) New r any fatal- Free Parlor Crt andChange. Dty Cbacbce Without county, took premiums on a cow happy in their humble home as cfcs Couux Items. Mr. H.J. Psrst was finsTO-KC-ISr Dan ed $10 for striking Tom Hurley nlaSsSusga Jpnri.ar.oo J to old and under three, and a cow three years ly ever waa in a palace. They were blessed 4 TRAINS AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 4 DAILY WHOLESALE and over. ?! .riauJOIlvilui.eo Wade, colored, was given 30 daya in the a old Allen Bro , of Cat ey county, bought In with a family of nine children, tevensons Ml and two daughters, all of whom survive i.! 5S!5JS5:8L 'juin iiunoci ii 'I 5. for petet larceny. -- !...,., ..- this county, last week, 11 head of 2 vear them, and are good and useful cltixens In l!t8Sgg3Ul . '"I'H uuf AND THE WEST. o old mule, of W. IJ. Rowe, at $92 jier head; the communities in which they live. Their CllAltLM Cook is In fall for heating "J Will Given, another negro, with what Is 0 do., of J. D. Todd, $110 per head; 10 two aggregate ages are at this time 437 years. Sleeping Caia and Dir Cotchet to St. Loult WithSh.ei Km., Bool.., and ill Kinds cf tokil MercnandiM. C out Change, a of Mr. J. P. Mursupposed to have been bran knuck. of God not one link in liJiiSuMsxL?1--- JLUa 'A year old common mules o ray, at $09 per head; 10 uged mule, from In the Providence been broken, thanks 2 DAILY TRAINS it thought to be mortally wounded. 2 o ihc chain ha as yet O. S I1., lnaf- ;l 'II 5 H to 10 bands high, of dillercut parties, at be to Him for Ills abundant goodness and LouisUllo to Indianapolis, Chicago, enjoying the CftiuOuciiAHDSriuxasis uuu ..- -- "JOtUMV &L 5 JO 3 from $75 to $150. dull in Cincinnati at mercy. thus very bristly and imperfectly AND THE NOUTH best season for year, owing to Its excellent aud Upright PIANOS, Grand PIANOS, Square 1 have a Cattle are rather 'A management. There are 400 guetls, and good to extra sketched this bit of history. Would have Dir Coachee and Iteelloing Chair Cart Through $2.50 to $3 25 for common; Without Change. the cry Is, still they come. Tonight a la Rosewood, Satiuwood, Mubogony, French Waluut and Ebouizcd Cases, in butchers, $1.60 to $5 60; good to choice been glad that some other more capable elegant designs to correspond with auy style ot Furuiture. Ilalllniorv, rhllmlrl-llii- , grand fancy ball will I given. For Wiikliiiistoii, shippers, $025 to $7; common to choice ox than myself would have done this, but Aet Vurk unit llo.luii, pua 10.1 Guilford, been coniw seeing it was not done, I have Organs, Ohauol Organs, Church Organs, Sells Hiiw.Cii.ctw. Geo. J. en, $2.76 to $0; good to choice licller, Thit tt tht Virr Uett Houte, aa You Hart No Elogaut " SI I IMVgSXilll I ""uv Change of Tralu. General Pre Agent of Sell llro. 0 to $5. The Hog market Is dragging at strained to write this much, believing that With ono Manual, with two Manuals and Pedals, containing the moat beauI I railroad ahowt, write u that It will $ 25 to $3.76 for selected butcher snd hea- the subiect deserved more than a passing Han Throagh Uar Coichtion lit Train t tiful, powerful aud useful combinations ever procured exhibit hereon Friday, September -- ind. vy shipper; fair to good $7 80 to $820; notice. 5r.!88gSSSI asxioo43gltoUy in reed Instruments. Hare No Midnight Changes I Deceased was a member of tbe Christian one of the beat show traveling and $0 00 to $7 30. Sheep are In fair common, Thltja Arrive at St. Louis 2 Hour la idraatt of Kwe 2J to 3. church at Lancaster for more than fifty In Iht circus loving cents. of course will draw TllK Justices eleccted are as follows t In demand, at 2J to 6 A Other Mum, ther.br teeming mors time lor We invite tho public attentiou to our large and well selected stock of year. He served the church very acceptto 0 cents. steady at community. miking change of riri ind getting Ant choice the Stanford District M. C. Portman and Lamb are year. It ,jj tlcf t ably as an Klder for ORGANS, nnd our uncqualed facilities for furnishing PIANOS A trip from Cincinnati to Crsb Orchteats lu tare of connecting lloet. G. P. Bright; Walnut Flat-J- no. M, Hail Tub Famous Huntley Dramatic tho best clasa of instrumeuta at low rates. We purchase for net cash in causes it to v,u at all times his meat and his drink of Kentucky, oxpense of our which opened Its seasonal Richmond snd Jno. Anderson; Highland M. S. ard, in the State of tho Master. He was 9 t,ToIudlanaKlltiudChlcigu, aud the oulr larger quantities than any other houso in this city. The be revealed to Hie naked eye llini in mat to do the will this week, will appear at the Stanford Ope- llattln and Jas. II. Katon; Waynesburg ORGAN Departmeut is far less than some hous rids along PIANO will bs a great crop of corn. identified wilh every thing that Is good 5 1 i 'tine giving Its palrout a We have reached lower ralllnute, Wednesday and Thursuay nignia C. Hr6wn and K B. Caldwell, Jr.: Hus- - section there ea doing exclusively r Piano and Orgau trade. to the church. ''3a the thoret ot Like Michigan. In that dittance it Is within bound to tay and solid that belonged troupe is tonvllle M. 8. Peyton and J. P. Land; tirices than have been tendered by any dealers in this market, aud guarantee next; 10th and 17th. The In primitive Christogether they He believed very much 1'urTUkeL, Kite.. Time. Mt. it., tputy to all instruments as represented. srtlsUand carries with It Turnersvllle John Bailey and J. P. Dan- If the corn fields weru put Wo sell on easy monthly or .quarterly pay of or CtMiiircllui; Llut-a- , or ou the railroad. An tianity, was opposed to tbe organ and like Ticket Asji-uand orchestra. The Iter-ol- d iel; Crab Orchard W. M. Garnett and It. would front fifty miles a full brsss band menU, and any instrument taken on trial, not proving as represented, may progression, was very much In favor of tdJmt N. IIHOWN, Houlheru ruwoger Agt.. of rare occurrence. The K. We solicit correspondence with persons deslr-in- c our expense II, Bronaugb. The Constable choaen are: Inferior field is says of it: A large and critical ti. E. Cur. till sod Milu Sit., LoultrUl., kr. be returned at high and vigorous, and the peo the old songs which were sung many years to purchase, and take pleasure in answering all inquiries. W. ILbllATTUC. pronounced the Huntley Dramatic Tolbert Martin, E. F. llalley.G. W.Young, plants are W. W. I'KABODV. his Bluets Jciiil'tu, Agt., say the crop Is virtually made, and It sgo. During the esrly part of utu. Buit.. OHUROH & CO. Company tho bet that has ever appeared 11. Wilton, Dan Miller, J, W. Bailey and pie Ctocluaitl. which was tome months before be died, he Cincinnati Qatette. is a big one. Jno, Jotlin. on the board here. Friday Morning August II, 1882 India Unent, J'ltwir aiinply A of Hwlt embrotderlet, at LytleV, to Hale LIN. er PENNY & McALISTER, I PENNY B0 & McALISTER s. ARTICLES. life-lik- e firat-cla- o, H. C. RUPLEY, 3E3C-raL.3Nn7 3VaCES3Ft0 STAKFOI61, -Brit-di- TAILOR, KY., Int-cliu- Comprises Everything that is New, HARROW, CULTIVATOR & SEEDER. Three n Mr-i.8- 0. Implements in U camp-meetin- al a vsjt rr&25F th FOR RENT! Sthool-bous- C7-- o HUNTLEY THE tome-bod- BEST llor-de- Wednesday Night, "IDI"VOK.CB a ID;" DEVOTION" 1 .f" cu-- -- OKJA-W- IF sE?Mi3 r- mil r GONOIITII! iy. - i iSJisssll. tllllv 01 Mississippi 'iniWv lt, Louisville to Cincinnati! SSjjsJiaJliS -- two-yea- OKCTTDFtOH GO. woik-hout- e I Isoiii.svillo to 81. Iioiiis .ilMMsilt I .S!S!2 -- PIANOS AND ORGANS NO. 66 WEST FOURTH HAMJS, Parlor Oiv-en- - CINCINNATI, 'iii enor-moii- lUssjyll 'ri "i l taSafias "u"alo..; forty-eigh- Com-nan- and and com-pos- first-cla- audi-enc- s. JOHN Tiro Sad Romances. Biggest Snalo Story. morbid phases of human nature, liko A farmer and his wifo somdHimo A sad story c6me frbrtf K6mo. A Ocorgo Elliot or Hawthorne, for in8Tnirn stance, would havo been worked up. ago set a hen on a dozen turkey eggs. voting mart nanicd Morottl, rt tailor, All wcro safely hatched, but soon af- was condemned to n short term of LANCASTER, ICY. into a story of intense interest. KENTUCKY ter disappeared, nnd it was feared imprisonment for romo alleged fraud Angust 11, 1882 Chicago Tribune. Friday Morning, that n fox had eaten his Thanksgiving in his dealings. A girl to whom ho JOHN T. IIIMUNS, .'itOlUUKTOU. Breaking tho News to Rupert. dinner in July. Several days later was betrothed went to tho Police Mag"Speak to me, Rupert.'' Murder br Sihnci. tho (armor nnd his ions wero harvest- istrate to learn about bis fnto nnd A riKST - CLASS HOTEL Kneeling by his sido as ho sat on a A caso 1ms recently coino to light in ing tho oat crop, nnd the father re- prospect. Tho Magistrate told her ho In etery particular, The patronage ol the public (IMH Paris which emphasizes tho old nsscr-tio- fauteiiil in tho parlor of Coastclifl marked, "Sonny, that load's goin' to would assuredly remain many years in olldlcd, anl aatlafacllon f.uarintm.1, that truth is stranger than fic- Castlo that summer ovening, Gwendo- fall off If wo aint carelul. Better get prison. Tho girl, in despair, poisoned tion. Tho details of it are ns strnpgo len Mahaffy placed her littlo white a wild grapo vino to put round as a herself. Soon nftcr Morctli is found a,nny that havo ever figured in nov- hand in tho broad, ropo." Dutifully obeying tho parent- to havo licen perfectly innocent; and is palm of Rupert els, and, in tho hands of n closo al command tho boy hastened nway, at onco discharged. On learning tho .lilt I ii Nt., Nliuiioril, Ky. and pleaded with her soft, of human nature and skillful and returned dragging what resembled miscrablo end of lib betrothed, he, too, brown eyes for tho little boon that portraycr of human passions, would a vino twclvo or fifteen jcet long. Just poisons hini'clf. London Time. JOHN DINWIDDIE.PRO'R. mako'as thrilling a story as has over was bo pitilessly denied her. Sho was as thoy wero about to tie it in a knot History repeats itself. A young thero at his feet, a lovely, brilliant been written. Expressed in a word, they found that it was n black snako man in Chicago signed another man's FEBRUARY 22, 1078 it is a coso of n woman assassinated creature, with somoof tho witchery of awakening from its nap. The rcptilo namo to a check, and went to jail. A OPENED wildwood in her litho, listless graco by silence killed without a blow; and tho was killed, nnd ns it appeared abnor girl to whom ho was betrothed went to 92.00 yet no murder was perpetrated of of limb and poise. Looking down ns mally stout, cut open, when out tho Magistrate, who nssured her that tho words with which this chapter which justico could tako cognizance. stepped tho hen and tho turkeys. Sub- Johnny would certainly co down for Special Accommodation to Commercial Travelers. Tho details of tho story as told by opens wcro spoken, Rupert taw tho sequently tho skin was taken off, and fivo years. Tho girl, in despair, marthe Parisian papers nro substantially pretty eyes dimmed with tears, tho tho farmer's wifo will uso it iu mak- ried another fellow. Chicago Tri- Baggage Transferred Freo of Charge these: Tho Duchess de S. Duchess drooping mouth quivering in tho in ing her husband a pair of pantaloons. bune. by marriage was young, well educa- tensity of its pain, and in an instant ho Wearing snake skin prevents ono from recently taken chargo of this house Teter Helm was menaced by a mob Ilhavo and intend to have ted mid an orphan heiress, but sho hadcaught her in his arms. Tho sweet, suffering from rheumatism, and snako accommodations. Ho in Indiana twenty years ago. had tho misfortuno to bo extremely flushed faco touched his breast, tho oil according to somo rural salons, if in a drunkhad killed a popular man lovely eyes looked into his, half star-leplain in features and hump-backenpplicd to tho back of a mnu's neck, en wrangle, mid was in imminent danhalf ashamed, and then, with n So rcpulsivo was her face and so will euro him of lying. Skeptics do ger of being lynched. Ho had summarked her deformity that sho had do littlo sob of sweet coutent, sho kissed not rcposo implicit confidenco in this moned John L: Farrar, n lawyer, but suitors. One day sho was met by tho him until his cheeks glowed liko a story, but tho farmer and his wifo aro tho crowd was inclined to hang the girl's through their tan. Duko doS.,n profligate roue, who ready to show all comers tho hen and prisoner without listening to his coun"Wo will ncverquarrclagain, sweet-heartknew of her fortune. Ho sued for the turkeys. Certainly no iurthcr sel. In this emergency Farrar drew E. II. BURNSIDE, Rupert said, shifting his right her hand, and, contrary to the advice proof could bo desired. his client nside afor consultation, a oC her friends, she signed a contract leg slightly, so that tho heiress could Woll - Known The Chinese Compositok. Tho and. then advised him to run for the This OldStill by which their joint property was to sccuro a more coratortaulo pcrcti. Hotol closo by. Helm nt his woods, which wero High revert to tho survivor. She had a "Never again must tho black wraith Chincso compositor can not sit Tho AND of jealousy como between us; but case as our printers do, but must walk did so, and was not caught. large fortune; he had nothing, but sho constantly, lawyer got no fee, Ami narrowly es Its Proprietor is Determined that been through nil tho years that stretch away from ono caso to another married him. They had not it Shall be Second to no Country needed cover such n caped vicarious lynching. Ho never Hotel in the State in its Fare, married a week when ho deliberately into the future wo must sail together as the characters until recently, not be heard of Helm again Appointments, or Attencommenced his preparations of assas- upon tho shimmering sea of love, tho largo number that they can tion to Comfort of from Mexisails of our bark filled put into any thing liko tho spaco used when ho received a letter snowy-whit- e their Oneiti. sination. In public ho lavished all in tho English newspaper office. In co containing n draft for $500, with manner of affection upon her. Before with tho breath of a holy affection wllltie roatej.J to aid from thedeset piece of man- tho information that tho fugitive had Ilitioar free ofthario. Special eerotaraedatleaa te tho servants ho was all kindness, but that can never know surceaso or setting up an ordinary to t'ometrrrlal Trait Irra. The liar ttlll be uscript the Chincso printer will waltz becomo asuccesstul coffeo planter. eltiaje .applied with the raelreit in private his conduct was tho very change." kraadaof l.luaore aad Clgare. moY. Herald. N. "He is a lovely liar," said Gwendo- up and down tho room for n few cssenco of cruelty. Ho affected an down stairs for a Once a woman, who wns called iu DESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE. inordinate jealousy of her, and by len softly to herself after Rupert ha'd ments and then go lino of lower caso. Then ha takes to do Garibaldis washing, ventured to scowling at and insulting every one gono, "and I must not let him get I olTrr for m mjr hot., on the rot tag or.Ur, tho elevator and goeup into thu third remark that sho could not find his who spoke to her at last brought away." And then seating herself at ktcIi ami with a Sarrraof Unt on the Htanf... the piano, she began to play gay Btory for some caps, and then out into shirts. "My shirts! I havo but two," attach., ImnnHltatelftht Woolen Mllli. A Hut ton things to such a pass that no one acOn iil-Till pike. Just a.oT woedshed after a handful of as- - ho replied. "You must have ono in land thrrear oin 7u tlrctM trull Urea now costed her at all, so that even iu pub- danco music at first, but soon gliding the tarln;nrver-r...Un- it water aoj piti7 of It. all Tho successful Chinese tho wash; I have tho other on. With nctMftnirj ami a rwl Hone lic sho was in the midst of silence. intomoro mournful measures. Soft tonishers. John S. Murphy having llrl bara 5 or 6 compositor doesn't need to bo so very a little order aud calculation, two 7 can, lay a he nevrr ILtnl at a more trannt Uc This silence ho always brought about adagios and exquisite sonatas filled the w ii. iiui'it .ii. nywhtre. intelligent, but he must bo a good shirts nro plenty I" Garibaldi's phil6m btanfenl,, Ky. in private by numerous nnd ingenious room with melody and stopped the work and walk osophy was never surpassed, unless by street-cars- . At last, with a sudden pedestrian. He may refinements of torture. He trained the building all day to that Kentucky gentleman who posess-e- d tho servants to move noiselessly. He clang-o- sweet chords, she broke into around over set up n stickful, and then half tho but one shirt, and was accustomed oiled the hinges of the doors so that a Breton lovo song a touching little people in his country couldn't read it to be in bed ono day in each week to EDWARD H. FOX, Propr., they would open without a creak. He ballad that she had heard the peasant after all. "Nye's Boomerang. women sing at their spinning-wheel- s have tho sacred garment washed. One North-Baset snares in his grounds so that no Corner of MalD and Third Streeti, light before living thing should niako a sound in in tho red, Those who desire to rid their fields morning, while ho was at reU. his wifo DANVILLE, - - KENTUCKY them. After sho had retired at night their cottage doors. It was a simple, of bushes and brambles, says the rushed in and cried: "Bill, the durn-e- d calf ha? el your shirt!" Ujwn this lli'lnr recently refitted lay roonn with all of the he would noiselessly enter her apart but pathetic thing, and when she had Practical Fanner, should tako advanmodern tiuprorenieale, I now hare the finished tho refrain Bill remarked tranquilly that "them merits and feign a scene of jealousy. tage of tho long days in August, when finest (lallcry In Central Kentucky I Oo and atart the kitchen fire, Says a writer, describing his opera the sap is nearly all up from the roots ez hcz must lose!" Turn the gun little higher, When you tlilt Danville, don't fall la rail an J ire : ''He would paco up and down do aud tell your aunt Maria tions Rnprctfullt', of trees and brambles to cut them off "Why don't you tend your children me. got the cramp like one iu a fury who is about to 461.lt close to the ground. A week's delay, to school Ike?" asked the superintendr.invAiiit ii rox, rhoto;ri'brr Ky tlruloglcal SurTtjr burst into reproaches; words of anger her eyes were dim, and sho broke because of pressure of business on ent of public instructiou of an old colwould seem on the point of bursting down in a passion of tears. As she tho farm will make it necessary to do ored man. would from his mouth; then he would stop sat there, sobbing as if her heart SYRUP BROMIDE CHLORAL tho work over again another season. 'Wall, boss, I'so tried dat school break, she felt an arm stealing gently at the bedsido and raise his hands in Whereas, if all bushes and brambles business an' it won't work." threat, but he never struck, he never arouud her neck, and soon a bearded be cut off the last week in July or the "How's that?" i Look spoke, and, resuming his walk, would faco was pressed to her cheeks. first week in August, au effectual end 'Wall.yer see, my son's beentu-- " in alarm she saw that it was go through the same scene over and ing up will be mado of them and thus future dyin' 'rithmotic fur somo time, an' de over again until, overcome by fatigue Rupert. trouble and nunoyanco avoided. Noth tuther day I axed him what wus de "Why aro you weeping my angel?" and horror, tho Duchess swooned. Eving raoro mars the beauty of a farm county seat ob Africa an' ho couldn t he asked, stroking with tender grace ery night for ten years his victim than to see fences nnd ditch banks tell me. When ahoy studies 'ritlimo- - ' l watched for menaces which he seemed tho blonde bang that was lying so lined with hedgerows of bushes and tic free years an' can't figger out sich a t II i I tit-- r r If 1 rtbtr cl ic5 llliruiiiillm. vy t U to it I trustfully against bis vest. "Can you HC . .at about to'profler, but to which ho IP Work samplo question, I thinks dat its time weeds of unbidden growth. nf Ii t A.llinln. not tell me your sorrow?" t llialrllra gave vent." now uono in tins direction is paying fur him ter quit. Now lie's studyin in 4 iiiiiti. Iiat.ir o i Irfl Hi i For an instant Gwendolen did not " It. i(f I t rat Under tho combined influenced of Arkan-sallTuf Ih.ir Ni't" and telling work for the farmer. 'stronomy iu a brick yard. .Sure cur. Tup -lllirHi:NNKHi. .prlllf- fur hrilOXa IHtlaX. this terrible silence, continual fear and speak. Then, looking up to him with Traveler. t lirr.rvcoinniviiilt Ja tit. ..-.- . anaa) lti;i.lllll he Iti. Wire Fences ab Telephones. , tho absence of human association, the all the beautiful innocence of her rrt-III. Ii.; Dr. Hoffman applying at rt Scran-to- n rouotrr iv.. ii. 3l rlll .iim.iii.i:v tiMillirrur. North Side nature, she said, in. low, Some observing genius has suggested (Aa. IVMl'l Duchess was seized with a nervous i.n I f " Aak 7uux !Jruj-- t ii, iiar drug store for poison, with which "I was thinking, that the loneliness of home lifo on Doctors were called in, broken accents: malady. to kill himself, said: "I'm no uso iu amoug them Dr. Charcot, who is fa- precious, that if I ever did get married, tho Western prairies, where tho world, nnd I'm going to meet MEXOF IIUSIXKSSANI) ECONOMISTS aro often miles apart, may be allemous as a specialist in nervous dis and tho baby did havo a cramp, we Guiteau to night at 9 o'clock. I am HOUtn ItEAD- eases. Xuey consulted together, but we could notstart the fire" anda look viated by general utilization of fence of frozen horror overspread the puro wires for telephonic communication. 0. II. Hoffman, M. D. I am not could arrive at no opinion as to the The plan certainly has attractive fea ashamed of my namo, cither, and I cause of the illness, and the wretched young face. "Why," asked Rupert in agonizing ture's. If it wero adopted, a farmer's never tell a lie. I am going to meet i aiXTKBN-raowk kki.it joukxil or TIUDr, woman, through fear of what might risuiict; axu public axuaour. Ho has a the old devil follow, would not divulgo any thing. tones, "why could we not start the wife, when so tired of the monotony of homo life that sho can get no comfort mortgage on every physician, nnd you 1'UIILISIIIII) HY Tim imAbHrilKKT CO., Dr. Charcot may have suspected tho fire?" "Because," said Gwendolen, "you indoors except by slapping tho chil- can't beat him. He is tho worst old 27, 281, Ml Deoauway, Nktr Youk, nature of tho skeleton in the closet, as are too eternally lazy to havo any dren and pecking at her husband, fellow to shake off you over saw, and his colleagues : "We he said toono of Ttrmu. H.00 r )or fa Aitaut, Including I'utUjt. kindling-wooready over night." can drop into a rocking chair near the ho is going to get every ono of us, are in the presence of some horrible xisau: covum, tkx ensra. Chicago Tribune. telephone and chat as cheerfully with sooucr or later." e mystery, but to fathom it we must a Writs WILL DK IKNT rKKK OM The question of damages resulting a distant neighbor as if sho had never first kill tho husband, which I supA ecaudal so horrible that it is alNow York most impossible to beliovo it comes Ae a financial and eeniiuercial newaair. the pose we should not be allowed to do, from an undeservedly unfavorable had a trouble in her life. furenmat mirlioae nf BllAliaTBiek'T'a la ll 1m of lirai- trade and from Capo May. The report is that tlral aerrlce la ouiiaeaa men. Ill although the physiologists are licens- rating by a mercantile agency has just Herald. Indualrlal rriwrla; IK wwklr epitome ol lnkriit-rlc- a and throughout the United ed to vivisect so many harmless dogs." lieen considered by the United States Littlo Willie Woodhead lived with a Philadelphia lady, who had every the auiiiiiurlee of aaaeta audHtatt-- uud Canada alooe are The his carpenter father in Baltimore. appearance ot being culturct and re- worth lboautrrii'lon rlce. llabllllieaajnoiiaea of Gradually the Duchess wasted away, District Court of Arkansas. The recent ueciaiuni conaiuuie an exwimir at last died, and, after her death, an Court laid down the principle that if Willio was fifteen years old six weeks fined, has outraged every sensibility valualile leature. Aacoimuerrlal Irantacllom., in the wltUr aeuae, are pomlug to be more and mure old nurse in tho family, who knew mo agency acted in good tailli, using ago, when ho lit out. July 23a body aud cruelly mortified those who had tvmluctedoiiaalallallnl Inula, the Information la HuAMTliKKT'e l of the Oral liuturt-au- t what had been going on, divulged tho all reasonable precautions to obtain was found. Willio's? His parents tho misfortuno to bo considered her containedla nroduwra and middle-meboth trustworthy information, aud commu- thought so. They buried it with tears friends, by appearing iu ono of the Hut of what use was it then? secret. TIIK TUDK AND AI)ltUl.rUaI. BITUA1ION TIlaotVJIIOUT TIIK UIIITKD tTATa A Nil IAB- The Duko was the solo proprietor of nicated this only upon the application and roses. July 29 tho parents sat very drosses sho wore last year, nnd aua la ur tklmikai-i- i iu uKAMTaurTa ui- - to tiik iiuuu ur the fortune as "the last survivor." of n subscriber whoso interests demand- down to dinner. Willio walked in. worse than nil, tho dress had been rUIILIUATION. He had killed his wife, but how could ed such knowledge, theii tho matter Ho sat down. Ho nto wonderfully turned. it be 'provod ? He had not poisoned was a privileged communication, aud well for n decently buried lad. Thero Panthers in California are no very her. He had never struck her. Ho the agency could not bo hold in dam were somo hugs, and all that sort of terrible beasts at present, it is said. had never even addressed her except ages. Un tho other hand, it was rul- tiling. "Where have you been, Wil Thoy are nearly starved, and aro so iu terms of endearment. To bojeal ed that if the agency sent out the lio dear?" But Willio dear went right helpless that recently n mini seized ono ijueirawia to DaujhertT .1 lloliuca, report indiscriminately among on'eating bread nnd butter. Inter-Oceou; is not; a crime; to feign jealousy, by the tail and easily killed it with a NT.lM'Olcn, - - KENTUCKY, still less. Justice can tako no cogni- its subscribers, with.ut regard to rock. We believe that yam. Wo a o whether they wero interested in knowMANUKAcruaKri or zance of murder by silence. It is n Tho oldest stove probably in tho can see u man taking tho chances of a tho financial standing of tho firm, species of criuio unknown to any code. ing United States is tho oue that warms tculllo with u panther that way. Tho most remarkable feature of tho then the latter might recover damages. tho hall of Virginia's capitol in Rich During the late storm in Indiana a case is that the woman hereelf should Landlord aud tenant: "How much moud. It was mado iu England and water spout is said to have chased a have so resolutely maintained silence, rent do you pay?" asked Gilhooly of sent to Richmond iu 1770, nnd warm- railroad train which made tho best as most women under such circumHostetter McGinuis. "Tweuty five ed the House of Burgesses for sixty time possible to get out ot its reach stances would have fo ind an outlet for dollars." "Isn't that u littlo hMi for years licforo it was removed to its aud succeeded. Had it not, tho very vigorous speech, though in this a place liko Austiu ?" "Yes, it is a present location, where it has remainmiuht have been terrible. caso the burden of her ugliness uud little high for summer; but the place ed for thirty years. deformity may have imposed upon One of the Iowa tornadoes left a has a good stout cedar fence arouud it, A young lady iu Reading received her u sensitiveness and degree of fear house in good condition, standing and I calculate to save $ 10 this Win- a proposition of marrisgo from a genamounting to a malady iit themselves, ter iu firewood, so that will bring tho tleman visiting iu Europe, and to ca- right side up in a cornfield at Clay, uud rendering her a passive uud unrent down to a reasonable figure." ble him simply tho .word "yes," cost and' to this day no body knows who resisting victim to tho real nervous tho houso belongs to or from wheuco disease when it fastened upon her. It "Yes, sir," raid tho reporter, "I'm her 83.15. it cauio. It was a bird houso. WAGONS OF ALL KINDS. is not a very cheerful subject for a iu hard luck. I'vo been for tho last A minute after Charlie Weeks was is none the less a powerhour following about that boy with married it was two weeks, and yet it uovel, but it Last year this groat and glorious We uiauufaelure I'arrlaiMa of all duafrlntlona. a ciai'luylDK ouljr workmen and uilue ful one, which iu thu bauds of novel-M- s the toy pistol aud nothing has hap- took nearly a year to make threo oeuntry spent $3837,000 for chewing voljr i. material, and Mil at reaaouakle atyle, workmauihliiaud materiel routM-n-fond of analyzing the strauge or pened yet." weeks. Brcckiuridgo Nows. gum, and tho American jaw still wags. ill UAUUIIUHTY at HYItK. , t lUtr4INS ST-A-IiTOia- 1KOUNK! Cincinnati, New Orleans 8b Texas Pacific Tr -- L R. R. T- O- ur ran -T- -- Railway. m riiiivtiiD ti .a.IMt. ii In i I HHMOST IINrtlRAIII.R IWJUTK i :m i rlTert Ann 1 , And decidedly Hie Popular lloiile, afTurdlna;, at It a(wmnie.tliinlo dee,, lra chance, and OTNINXATII etrlor Minouri, Iown, Kaniai, Texai, CINCINNATI BOUTIMillN STATIONS. n ST.ASAPHHOTEL Me. ClnHnrnll- -. . .... " fleergtlevn ...... ' Uilnmerv- yteliaHMfllhi...... er Arr lilth HfMe Dantlne ........... " JunetHm Ollr .. " HetHeraet " IWtil IMrnaM.. ' llaekwmd " IhitlB 0"T Cnmaartwja..... TheNetlh, Norlli veal and Weal. In fad, If toil cwntenit.laiea trip In tnj dlrnllon, jpur (rMetett will he lieeterrfen T piirihaalnt your llfkela tla a it K. C. ami tlnelnnatl. lTrala, each waf l Pull 11 II 111(1 man Palaeei aia; lUffant Nev Par Ohethea, and II il ate MM himlaom.lr furnlahed IteellnlrK (hair Cara ,rm I it ItW Ihe nnenHated eiil mnn of thla (lid Itellahle, It 17 ma It St llirrelir maklnt a Irlp nter thla line on ol lulll-rlea- ia 1 It Try II. eemfnrt ami pleeanre ! arlH it si nel TIMK TAIII.lt. IN HPFhOT MAY II, llll. .si IIIVfltlfKf. Ik; Ana Sim Hi Hi. a. 91 P.M. I'.JI Il tit in em IM let TM leM A. in Ihitii. Ko a (rt 1 Fn. t M RVC pin pin I0 A.H.H'.W. l.te, Chtieenita Ctlr . . . l(.wk !.. " iTHnt ItarmMe. " hemerrel " Junelten Cllj ... Hanrlll. IN, It I T. ar itH I0M ti T S04I TM l, 4M I,t. (Vitlnalan Cynlhlana PalMamth. e BOARD. PER DAY. " Utah l"We " NWholiiiirie.. ... ' Nilnilwi. ...... fliwgetflun i Arr. Onrliinttl AI.AIIAMA IS III A.ii It 4Mi J 10 . lit til II III III Arr. lAilngfen. l.te. Arr. WlneKealer P.fa. . .. . . 18 . . II I W II am in m a la Hi I I I llln in IHfip 11 p in Ialnln umm It II p Mt tHeclliiK Aahlattd .. HhhIIihUmi.. IMiw a iu p m iw aM I T II 10 i Mi m1 ?a: SO 8 JO JO p If II II m II p in pM p HI IM a Im r7i . IN TOO J IM l.t llunllntlttn IM " Nn.l. .. No. I. l Aihtan.l. Mt Merlin Pari (II1KAT HOUTUHUN. A.M. first-cla- ss I..e. Chattanewifa...... Allalla Illtmlnithaiii ...... .. IIM 111 I1M " WlneheaHr... It Arr. letlnjlun i Lte. MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. ," Propr. : aud Maintains its Roputation, Arr. MMWkn... .. 1000 l.te. MrrhfkM.. .. luaeekwa ....... i IHtmlnnham. ......... it tt Allalla . tea Arr. Chtltanwaja...., .'....! . VICKHntilHI ANW MERIDIAN. I.rii l ft Mian . nnt-' rVreal....... ilfRl " llran.leii. & " JaekM-- . 3-:- ll Arr. Haejwtrg......, 4M I.te. VlekiWairg..... IK) JarkiMn. .. 1011 lira nd an..., II2 ret... Ml Arr. Meridian .1-1.. TntMhwHi IU " " Ullnlen. Arr. (Vitlnglen .. " Kalniwilh..... Ctnthlana. .... tn 1 J I a 'in Mam Ha id 0pm la p in Mpm p in SO p m 44 p in II p in ma am III IM I 41 a in tUiti IMiu n 3rt 10 11 II a a 00 a ot a 41 a m iu m "K1S a m m 170 a m .. ... .. MAYHVII.I.B DIVISION. 11 57ikltl7t.TeilMte) tm. Ar. Maretlltel tifm ism i, - aiayiTiiiea nam. ' 9 Warn Maya. Hie llaui Se.ll rant a au a in. ParHlMi.lpia N.l MayitlllellMptn TtalMKo aenlt nfu dally; all etbera dally eieepttjumlay. (eelal llalea U llniltiianta. II. r Utkrla, ralea and ineariaallon perlalnlaj te tliue eanneetKHia, Ae , eall on er addreaa M. T. HIVIIT, Aft., lilntten. CIIAH. I.. llltOWN. (I P AT A. J. II. KI.t.IM)N.(len'IManacr. .. CONDENSED TIME. LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE VICKitntllll), HllllHVHIMIcr.NI I'ACIr'IO. l.te. VLaaWr . Ml". ' iMdta IIW Arr. Menrae . ISO I T4 l.te. Menroe.. . i " IMla ... I .. illSO I. I I J 00 Arr. Vkkabunt. 1" and den. Man (la. Km JOHN rXWTT, V. K. P WIIXIN. II. K. ami It'r, I' A. (In. Nmi ll'jr. (Ineinnall, II; II. COI.I,. N IIIIAN.II. p. A. A. ll'r. tallaiMva,Tee,n.; J. IIA11DV, (I p A V. A M. It'r, Mlae,i JOK f iltlirlllK- - II. P A. V., H. A P. :;r: .' UAII.UOAD I.IMC TltAINH (IOINI1 NOKTII. Ma, tiun. Ham ii , H Lte. Ilkhuieml Vkalr. Iff, Mnnnie. 1. " ' THE NEW ROUTE EAST, Ulanl.r-- UMattrr.. I.l.li.ln .. rrab otcbard.. I WASHINGTON! E J HintfMJunllen. " MllehellalM,r.. ' !..... ' Near llatea Arr Itanen JuMtltn flnelbialljurll(.n.. " IHil.tHle- TitAiNH noiNo Uhelbt ... Clly-.- -. ..... ....... ,,. ... -- I IN " t II " ("0 a ra 9 lb I IX " u 10 10 bS it ' la ti " nu "" nir l It 1 1 16 homii. "" aprlpg-liom- e. ilaatil T.lMt.' I.te. lwUtllle. l.te. Manferd tVahllnhard Arr. Lte. lAnealr Arr ltkhw-e--1.. . Tl.r.ONI.YI.ISI.I.UXMM. 1- f Excelsior Art Rooms SOLID TRAINS, WITH ... .. Ill .......... rla. ,,,,., 4 on. a ra 1 eo p m 10 1 I 30 10 .. .. .... I j) " " ' " Pullman Sleeping Coaches 1 PULLMAN TALACE CAnS Utile lleet, MaMIe, and New Itrieena, IknlKranla teTeiaa hete Ibelrekeeeeef leorawtae' tla Mewklaar tla New OiWeax. Tleae teeth lalrkcr and lalea lower tha ky any ether To Meaaphlt, warm-lookin- g From LOUISVILLE To WASHINGTON, TiiituDuii Tin: Mel(ery, roole ItiaalMtke ODI0KE8T, 0HEAPE8T AHD BEST lUMle la all lHla In Mlaa-a- rl, Kaneaa, llHlaaaVa. IlxllaM. Iowa, Ncl.ra.aa, ltlurede Alkan.aa. Only ne haae to ( hlrate, M ami Km fuithrrlnfurBiatlon about tleketa l lte an ei larant ratrato Heailb. Kaaaae. Coiora-lo- , KUirMa, all cm '. I". .I'lMtiltt:, Ky. lien Paaa an I Tl- kel A(l . Or K.J Anthony A! etanlerd. Ky. Grandest Scenery in America! Cunnertlnf direct In l'mn. !rt lit Y. ltite lale Ballhnore.PhiladelplM&N. The Oaljr Mrret Line U Vlruiulu ami tho CiiroIliuiH. Tirkela are on aale at Tkket OUnea, . ami at Ihel.eneral OHire sf Ike ('. A lUllwar, . alillO J C. KllNbT, (leneral .viuthweileru Afeal, Louletllle a4.1-a- 1'iir furllifr InfnrmitlMi. V. rl .tlnlil Mrrrl. I.iiiiU, a III.-- r. Ucu'l Manager, SMITH. II. u. rii.i.i:it. lleM'l l'aa.'r Ai1, THE GREAT NERVINE v nev-nev- er fi . STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, lit 11)T HT , NTANFOKIi, K V., G, &, WINS, ciWEiSVEBrMGE. Ttila rreparati n la "irrt- - recetable and free friim all ! Ili in a or rfan--- r ua aiiiiaiana. alul Il la fttiemutrlr vttain Iu brine all kln.t.oi wernia from the biiliiatl ayaleni i ta mt liauaenllLc tu the 1ri rtieaiouiai h and i hildien tll lake It aa rrfettlr na Ilin W' l t.. iHMra, whirl, aheul.t reeoiunieiitl It to eery hi 'iaek.--ie- r Parehtaran It apply lb uMr ami aperklinir eyra. Iiappy facee an.l Juvuuaaplr.ta iinroiiartfHi.ly eiptma the araMu.1 of tl.e llitl onee. II la the whIi rorm Utter Ibat la plaaaanl lolake leawHiMt-- e tiala. and a.Aa Uealertai twenty bte tenia Tr uuitil. Manulk ture.i by f. c'KOOHf,-J- . WJU .M.ilil mrrrl, M.uiiltrllle, Miu, oatrr, Koraaleln H tan lord by 1'aaar A i ' ' w '23: IauLK il Monuiaeota, ' ' . 1 iut fUuat-aa- !.- - i '' , i i lahkta, llradatoura. A farm-house- s wmwc- V eV ifV . llaf 3 riujkj' Maible Work of all Vimla ucatlr eaecu-llao- d Mil,- far lion guar. ei lutupn ('. 35KAJSTRX:i';rJCS: K HgniandealU .iiAriirlilail. .MM.. MiAllT. r.lonailha- tlon, lJ 1832. cut licit miii.LToiii. tor. rvrtlieeetery Sunday raerntufand nliht. Prayer Meclliiva I bunday nllila. Hunday tkbool at V.00 a. h. J. . Muii, burloltndcnt. The Woinan'a Mlaalouary Suelety uieeta here on Suuday In each luoulh, at 1 o'clock. Mia. thelt T. T. tlarleaa, Prealdeul. Paator. Hertlree BAonrecon.l ami Kourlh Mundaya, niornlotand ol.bl. Prayer Mretlnf etery Wednvaday after, noon. Sunday (School at 10 a, u. It. . Harrow Silperlntendnit. IlISTI AN. Worahlp 1532, A ly GRAliDO0JI3I)ATI0N, Ill 1 J. H.'bimi.Tm. Semi-Week- Interior Journal And the Loulttille Weekly Courier - Jounml One jear lor 8.1.150 two ilal Cll lird'a dar. Preaching be lr. J W. (W "" ("Tin ua tJ.Myou wlllrerelte fur one rear en rint and Third Lord'e data, bunday Hchool I lie jourliome villi the Courier-Journaat V Id. Jua, beterance, huperinlendrnt. rcrtentallte nw,par of the Kiulli, and I lie hval, brlithtratand ablrat lamilr Weekljr In Ihe PUKXIIYTMIIAM, KOliTII -I- letl I. HTalrKU luoaewuo dcaire lo eiauilnea L niy. paator hunday Kchool al V.XO. John W. uuneuniaira. ran du au at Ilout, Buierlniendcnl. Union Prayer Meeting on uii.ilecu, of Ihe luuner-Jouruthl office Wednrailayul.hla. than the price of one. apera for littlo more bribe U(ratlon . 'r ANnRFTS'PEDlGREESEEDS SEEDS Fortho MERCHANTiCiriri,C For tho MARKET GARDENER OCCLIO PRIVATE SEEDS For thohymiranlimnonFAMILY CrOWn "" nur Fnrma SEEDS lllu.lrutrd Caluloguu Daugherty&Hyde aii:iU'IIAT. HIWU VH DAVID LANDRETH&SONS.SEED GROWERS.PHILADELPHIA ami Itural Itmlater I'll Cll TO AM. YOl'K lU'rilNIMS CAIIIIS I'Olt tiiaiii: LIST. ero-ueo- an. .& . Pine Carriages, Buggies, ,$.a. . ! m : . a. ,. I0 s III.1 -- .. 'I! "" ta ae ... (hC ennui."-'"- l!. a . " law '" " nialkltll ,. .:..",. Hylillltlla """ .11 lEDttrCBHU , " ."" Itaal rv mil- l.lfVfaJ. knJ f Vr.-.-i. " AND PHAETONS. lrillllUC"' ,,,u UeflorHc-illUKi- ' uuiU IIU4.1IHClt It aa.aaa, "- C and Ih " - i ltClr ll ."..' crcal ""5v at IMuAIIwtor. """-"r- v ol llrt-elA- unt-ila- t Vov Hlllo In Hlunl'oi-- VIIMCM. . iSKSt- '.. - J. ly X'oiuiy