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WALTON, -- Editor ami Proprietor . - Business Manager I'lilillnlint Tiirmtitu HU.ru nmt I'rlilmi'i ll51t AJfNlfjr, ORD." OIiIb, "PRAtSETHE Davton, Am. lOlli, 18M2 ' Wo lcnvo for Iniiinnnpolii by tho evening train, to begin thero night, 1 itippoto. Tho Hall last night wrj better mini than at any provfou scrvico on week-d- ay night. Tlicro wero no confusion? for tlio ioul and only ono nnointol for healing. Tho total for rouI 1C2; for Ixxly 1GI. Others will roan tho hnrvojt of this I meeting. I hiii sure of that. should not ha surprised if a rovivnl "One enmo to UajtontliU Winter. sowcth; another renpotli." I Imvo been reaping for six years "Kuter" the ing into other men's labors" Mailer said. "Heaping that wheren Now I sow for I bestowed no labor:" others to reap in turn. "Ho that soweth and ho that renpotli tthall together." Sowing and reaping aro all ono to me if I can hut hear HIS voico saying, "This it the way, walk in it." Tho reporter took down tho few closing remarks, unknown until ho handed them to mo this morning. I encloso thorn to finish my letter. "Packing up" leave liltlo time to scribble. Kver In Jesus. Gup. O. IUunes. Tho pillar of cloud moves. I go to I am sorry Indinnnpolis to leave tho homo ol my boyhood without being psrmitted to do more good than I have done, mid yet I win say, band on hoart and looking (5 oil in tho lace, that I have done my level best; and I hope all of you, with hand on heart and looking in tho Lord's faco can say, Lord, I am perfectly sat isfieil with what I lmvo dono; if you can any thnt, you aro ni happy ns I am to night. Can you, brother, m-teput your hand on your heart nnd say, I havo attended this meeting at often as I think I ought to have dono T I am iverfcctly satisfied with the ntti tudo 1 havo taken as to this meeting, and with the attcudanco I have given to it? I congratulate you if you can look in tho Lord's face nnd say that. Hut I am afraid that there aro somo of you that lmvo an uneasy, lingering restlessness of soul about this meeting; ns if something had come and gone, and it was not oxaotly right. I think that U tho feeling in many a heart Well, my friends, I will tell you this beforo God, and Ho knows it; I can go away without one singlo drop of bitterness in my soul against ono singlo human being in Dayton, preacher or layman; without ono drop of bitterness against the nowspjpers. If you can say that, you tread happy ground. It is glorious to go away, ntid say, "Father, forgive them, for thoy know not what they do." It is a blessed thing to go away nnd &iy, Dear Lord, I lovo this pooplo; I have dono what I could to Men them, but thoy. will not be Mossed, nnd 1 can not doauy more. That is what 1 can s.iy betoro God to night. Oh, brother, sister, all that I can with for you is as clean n couscionco as I havo a conscience void of otlenso toward God, toward man. My connection with you now terminates forovor. I shall nover bo back in IXiytou. I baliove that by tho timo I havo visited tho cities that aro appointed unto mo. tho Lord will lw hero. You will think of it soino ot theso days, when Jesus hursts in in u singlo moment aud catches up tho church of tho first born; you will think of it then. I pry tiod that Tho you miy think of it now. bridegroom comctli, I tell you that plainly, and I have preached it plain ly. I never ex peat to bo in Dayton again. What I lmvo dono 1 havo done. It is in thoetcrnttl past. And as fur tho reception thut tho gospel that I havo preached has mot hero, every man ami woman must givo an account for himself or hersolf to Ood. I commend you to tho Lord, and to tho Word of I III graco,' that is nblo to build you up, and givo you au inheritance iu tho skies. God bless you, brother, Bister. I tlmtdryou for your patient ntteution. You, who hnyo bceaso faithful, lelmll ' J " '' ' iievor forget. r, Meta Victoria Fuller, In a sisterly way, thus talks to oountry girls : "Tlio fhrmor' daughters aro (toon to bo tho life as well ns the pridt of this oountry a glorious race of wliiob no other land can show. I seek not to flallor them; for beforo they can become this, thoy will have to make an earnest cflort of ono or two things. Tlioro aro somo who deprcoato their condition, and somo who have a falso prldo in it, lcoauso thoy demand more consideration than thoy merit. A want of intelligence on all tho subjects of tho day, and of n rt fined education, is no nioro excu-sabl- o inn country than in n town. brd girl, in theso days of many books and newspapers. Many girls nro discouraged becauso they cannot bo fcnt away from homo to boarding schools; but men of superior minds and knowledgo of. tho world would rather have for wives women woll and properly educated at homo. And this education can bo had wherever tho desiro is not wanting. A tnsta for reading does wonders; nnd nu earnest thirst after knowledgo is almost certain to attain n sweet draught from tho 'Pierian spring.' Thero is a farmer's daughter in this very room iu which I am waiting n beautiful, refined and intelligent wo in whoso girlhood books were man not so plenty as now, and who obtained her fino education under difficulties which would Imvo discouraged any hut ono who had n truo lovo for study." wo-m- Tho following bit of history is from tho Cloveland UrraUh Once upon n timo this hns nothing to do with tho Cincinnati, Hamilton & D.tyton, thero was n corporation. Tho stock of tho company --amounted to 10,000 shares nnd was equally owned by John Jones nnd Sam Smith. Tho profits yielded u regular annual dividend of 10 per cont. on the capital stock of 81,000,000, which was 8100,-00This was equally divided between tho two owners of the stock. Now, John Joins was thrifty. While ho had an cyo to business, ho also had another eyo to John Jones. Sam Smith was not to thrifty, hut was a good fellow. Onoday John Jones said toSam Smith: "Sam, let's iucrenso the stock to 15, 000 shares. You said tho other day that you wanted to uso 8100,000. If you like, I will tako the odd thousand shares nnd pay you cash for it." Sam agreed to that, as ho was n good fellow. Hut after n timo the company mot ami had an election. Then it whs thnt John Jones mado sulistantial tio of his odd thousand shares of stock. It guvo him n majority, nnd ho voted himself president and treasurer of the company. Ho fixed tho salary of tho president at 800,000 nod that of the treasurer at 60,000, and that used up the 8100,000, which hud formerly been called a dividend. Sam Smith got left, all on acoauiitof John Jones owning a littlo nioro than n majority of tho stock, Au exchange says that it isn't often thatnno finds a shingle worth 828,000, yet Joseph C. Palmer, u California pioneer, who recently died, once gave one that value. It happened in this 1 le was n banker, and had way, trust funds in his hands amounting to 828,000. It became necessary to draw tho money nt ouoe, and Mr. Palmer's consent was necessary, but ho had been allied away to attond to somo duty iu n lumber yard, somo mile or bo from the bank. Thither tho depo iter hnsteued and made known his wants, nnd tho necessity of having immediately. thorn nttended to Mr. Palmer could find .neither pen, pencil, ink or paper. Hut without a momonl's hesitation, he picked up a shingle, borrowed a piece of red chalk, and with it wroto on tho shingle in largo distinct letters, a check for 828,-00This was good when presented for all the money tho depositor hnd in the bank, nnd it proved nu exceedingly good advertisement for Palmer. In one of his great speeches, in reply to Hayiie, Daniel Welwtor said: "When my oyes shall bo turned for tho last timo on tho meridian sun, I hope I shall see him shining bright upon my utiilod, freo nnd hnpjiy country. I liopo I shall not live to seo beams falling upon tho dispersed fragments of this on co glorious Union. I hopo I may not seo tho flag of my country separated or obliterated; torn by commotions, smoking with tho blood of oivil war. I hopo I may not seo the standard raised of separato etiito. rights, star against star, and stripo ngaiust stripe; but that tho flag of my union may keep its stars and Its stripes corded and bound together in iiidissoluablo ties. I hope I shall not see written as its motto, 'First liberty, and then union.' I hopo I shall seo no such deltisivo and deluded motto on the flag of that country, I hopo to sec, sprend all over it, blazoned in letters of light and proudly floating overland and sea, that other sentiment dear to my heart. 'Union and liberty, now and forever; ono and inseparable." Mr. Webitcr did not livo to seo tho timo which ho seemed to feci was ine- 7 1 9 1 HH Thero nro two kinds of toy pistol. Ono men a small cartridgo, charged with puro rillo powder, nnd similar in all respects except size to tho ordina ry pistol cartridge. Tlio other ex plodes n denoting wafer, charged with a fulminating compound. Tho latter Opora Block, Ky., is supposed to ho tho dangerous weapOKAIiKIlH IN on. The fulmiuato of mercury with WIiich, U'ull I'n per. which tho wafer is known to ho charg DrugH, ISooUm, I.WpiorH, i'luMiiirnN, IiiMruinciilH, ed is known lo be n ncrvo poison when 1'iiIiiim, Clirnrs, Nlstlioncri', I'tickH OIIn, Tnlmoeow. Soups, Ciitllory, taken into tho circulation. It can bo Lumps, I'crfiuucrj', I'irc ArniH, Mitrlilno administered internally without eeri- A'vodlcM. Our Jewelry, .Silverware anil t'pllcn! (JooiU Department Is In Charge of Col. rious danger. Hut if it passes into the Tlios. Itlclmrtls, who will Itcpnlr Matches ami Clocks Promptly nnd In tlio best system from tho outsido through nn sfjle. abrasion or nut, it will almost surely produco lockjaw nnd ultimately causo death, iiic toy pistols nre ciumsy instruments. Tho wafers seldom ox plodo promptly, nnd, even when they August l, 1833. do, throw of! sparks and fragments that may break tho skin of tho pistol year in (lie Grocery Willi llils lilc weoiilor on our .second hand. If though theso wounds the ItiislncMH In .Miuiinrfi. Our MtrccfcH Iiiin readied our lilglicftt exfulminate of mercury gets into tho pectations. AVe luke IIiIh opportunity to tliiink our Irlemls Tor blood, lockjaw is a natural result. Why the Tor HA ERTS&STAGG Stanford, 3Itiiil Houso TO OUR PATRONS ! A Cikcin.vatian's Thick. A Cincinnati man went to St. Louis and to teach telegraphy to a lady with rcferenco to procuring hern situation; tuition, 825, on easy terms. Ho had several applications from shop girls, seamstresses, etc., and lor somo timo continued it so that each one thought that sho was tho one favored pupil who was learning the nrt nnd would get the situation. But after meeting each other on the stairs nnd about tho buildiug several times they grew suspicious and began to press him for that situation. Then he slid lliclr very lllieral piilronngo mill iissiiro llicm should tlicy Mill honor us with their (mile, if will he our curliest endeavor lo de- vitable. CitADLK. In view A Sweht-Guof the experience of n Kentuckian, it may bo accepted ns a settled fact thnt sweet gum will warp. Being in need of a cradle, ho had ono mado of gum, nud felt that he was a parent to bo envied when he carried it home on his shoulder aud deposited it in tho nursery. Tho sides and end slats were ns fino ns rosewood; it was n model cradlo in every respect, and the little one, when placed in it, seemed charmed, for gradually its cries becamo subdued nnd slumlercanie to its relief. The windows were darkened, and tho tired mother went out upon tho front steps to get a breath of fresh air. Just then a cry was heard in tho nursery, and Tho cradle the parents rushed in. had warped itself inside out nnd dump-th- o youngster on tho floor. serve It. We can he round at Ihe same old plate wills Ihe largest and most complete stock of 2roeerIes, Qucciiswure, Vc., in the eily, all of which will he sold nt the lowest posslhle margin. Kcspecllully, McALISTER & BRIGHT. ThisIVcw .11111, containing the latest and Fooi.ino PiTTamiiia HAItTUNIim9. For some timo past bartenders in this city have been swindled by P. II. Uoscuberger, who conducted his operations iu this wise: Ho would enter a saloon, call for n drink, nnd oiler in Be- out with their money. Ho had long hair and big teeth, which the St. Lou- For manufacturing meal and Hour, is now iu full operation. is papers say is their reason for think- Wc will grind Tor customers, Tor the present, on Tuesday, Weding ho came from Cincinnati; but be nesday, Thursday, Friday and .Saturday ofcach week, and on Courl-Uajand all other public days. tVc solicit a lihcral share rras so accomplished a talker that the or palronnge aud will endeavor (o give entire sii(lfacUoii. how ugly he was. women forgot H MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY m m payment a genuine silver dollar. fore the birtonderoould piok it from tho counter Roaeiilwrgsr would say: "Seo hero I don't want to swinilleyou; Tho barkeeper that's counterfeit." would thou scrutinize tho ooin, and admire what he believed was a clever imitation. The oonfideiioe man would then ask for an oiler on so many pieces to be delivered ns per sample. .A contract was commonly nude nl fifty cents on tho dollar. A number wero victimized in this way, ami after making cash advances would rcccivo in return boxoa filled with fragrant of scrap iron or other worthies material. He Kisenbergcr has been arrested. mado a full confession nnd urged the Mr. Hlack, who resides nt IlilUbo-ro- , excuse that it people were willing to Ark., exhibits a control and influbuy counterfeit coin it was littlo pity ence over the reptile family astonishPittsburg thoy should bo swindled. Iu tho woods, ingly mysterious. Post. creeks, or wherever ho finds a ennkc, it Sixteen years ago a biby cloven matters not of what typo of deadly months old was found in a street iu poison and venom it may be, ho sucIloston, dressed in costly clothes and ceeds in capturing it alive and sufferwearing u locket on which was engraving ns liltlo from the clasp of its fangs ed tho name of "Charles Willoughby." as if it wero an ordinary pin scratch. The child was adopted by n restaurant He haudlos nnd fondles them about keeper of Hartford, Conn., and chrishis person with as much indifference Ho grow up tened Charles Hodgcrd. ns if thoy wero so many harmless iu ignorauco of his origin, and the clues Ho will nllow tho largest ratfurnished by tho articled worn by him toys. tlesnake to deliberately striko and when ho was found led to no further its fangs into his flesh, and apdiscoveries. .Recently ho becamo a bury parently sutlers no inconvenience or waiter in tho Lawtou Homo at Stone serious consequences from the tragic Hridge, llhodo Island, and worked risk. Hy a certain weed or growth thoro several months. Then ho sudof vegetation he claims to destroy tho denly received a mesago from u dying effect of tho bite. When bittou, ho man at Providence, who proved to bo chows and swallows tho juice of tho his grandfather, nnd was informed that weed, which nctsliko.n charm. ho had fallen heir to n large fortune. Chicago Times. An unexplained mystery hangs about tho history of tho boy. It is said that Tho pastors of tho Methodist epis his relatives havo all nlong known of copal churches of York, Pa., publish his whereabouts mid doings, but fur a curd, giving their reasons for refus s reasons not stated did not make ing to attend bo called camp meetings. known to him until tho occur- Many of theso enterprises, thoy say, rence that has suddenly placed him in are not under tho control of uny de poscssion of amplo wealth. partment of tho church and nro managed by grossly immoral men, who A durkoy went to sleep while fish- uso money to bribe uneducated con ing and tumbled oil into deep wuter. kcieuccs aud obtain this money by colHo sank and roso a couple of times lusion with railroad oorporatious."Wo when his companion, old Undo Did: aro iu favor of camp meetings," the Lewis, seeing that ho mnde no cflort clergymen add, "whenever it can le to savo himself, got hold of him aud demonstrated that their iiillucuco is drew him to the bank- - It was then nioro helpful than hurtful to tho causo discovered that the negro was still of Christ." asleep, his oold bath having no oflcot A yoiuig man, who had married a on him whatever. Undo Dick managed to nwaken him by rolling him in bad tompored wouiau, wns one day Tho lady tho mud and wearing out two or threo provoked to correct her. oomnlained to her father, who, know lightwood knots over hiihoad. Wheu tho darkey invoke ho expressed much ing her character, follow ed tho oxum- surprise to find his clothes wet, and pleofhor husband, aud boxing her ears, aid : "There now; go und toll ho askod Undo Dink to explain. tho fellow thut I am even with him; Quitmun lUa.) Nows. ho has beutcn my daughter aud I havo Thero is something uppalling in tho boxod his wife's ears." stutemeut that twelvo and a half milu lion false teeth are mado every year From tho Rov. Mr. Jnoksoii'a "Oh! I'vo in Philadelphia, and that gigantic on faith iu ' Hoston: total h still more impressive when got great faith in de Lord," ho cried. considered In connection with tho fact "Kf de Lord wui to say, Jaakson, go Thunder can scarcely over bo hoard that the sjiuo city produces annually butt yor head agiu ilat tree, I'vo got of powder designed to pre- faith to b'leove dat de troe 'ud be remore than twenty or thirty inilesfroni moved afore I got dero.w vent the necessity of falso teeth. the Hash that produced ii. 0. thorn-selveser-mofive-tons Wipe and slice about a half a dozen tomatoes, lay them in n salad bowl on a bed of green salad dressing. Put in the bottom of u pint bowl tho yolk of a raw egg aud n quarter of a saltspoonful of salt; stir in, drop by drop, threo tablespooufuls of salad oil, ono of vinegar or lemon juice, and half n saltspoonful of dry mustard, stirring until smooth. Tho appearance of this dish may bo varied by serving tho tomatoes whole, each oiio surrounded by two or threo small, tender lettuce leaves. The tomatoes should be scalded fora minute by pour ing boiling water- over them, so that their skins can easily bo removed. - Tomato Salad. Georce Francis Train is living in Always on hand and for sale. Highest cash prieepaid Tor Corn, New York, where ho is considered in Wheat, tVc. Orders left at Mill promptly attended to. the light of a harmless lunatic. For five years ho has sat daily in Madison Park, bareheaded, surrounded by ! children, whom bo treats to candy nnd playthings. Ho has not spoken to a -B"Tman for an entire year. His skin is nnd his hair very dark from exposure, This man intro is as white as snow. duced the American street railway in London nmid great opposition. LN. have bought out my brother, It. II. Wcaren, Y. Times. Flour, Meal, Corn, Bran, Shipstuff, &c, FURNITURE & UNDERTAKE B. K. Main Streei, WEAKEN, Stanford, Ky. is going to . Miss Susan H. Authony Texas to lecture. It is safer for Miss Anthony in Texas to day than it was back in tho fifties. Hut ull tho same, sho would have gone there in the 'fifties if thero had beeu need of it. Tho Anthonys aro fighting Quakers, aud thero isn't a man or woman of tho stock that wouldn't chargo n battery single bunded if their convicn Twelvo yenrs ago, a woman near tions moved them that way. husHawkeye. Albany, Now York, accused her band of attempting to poison her with They had just amputated the paarsenic placed in a bottlo ot wino sho tient's leg, and oue of the students asklias Just Oponod a Fino Stock of was using, nnd her mother was n wit- ed tho demonstrator: "Say, professor, ness ngaiust him, The case was not will the patient recover?" "No," redear against him nnd ho was not tried. plied the prince of Ecience; "thero nevTho womnn soon becamo au invalid, er was any hopo for him since the ac Consisting of and he allowed her to be scut to tho cident took place." "Then what did where sho recently died. "To teach for?" you cut his leg oil Heforo her death, sho confessed that him patience under his suffering, my AND her mother put tho arsenic in tho wine youug friend I"' to bring disgrace aud discredit on tho A Cincinnati physician says that Albany Journal. and summer complaints can bo Also, n Nico Lino of Hod tints are ii decided nuisance cured by exposing water in a blue bot Wo find tho following simplo way to tlo to tho sun for a halt an hour or exterminate thorn, in an exchange: upward, nnd then giving ono or two I am oponing daily a Full lino ot tho Host Goods in tho Markot.to bo Procure n largo sponge, wash it well, teuspoonfuls each hour until systems sold nt'Bottom Prices. Call nnd oxamino. and press it dry, then sprinklo over it change. Water thus afllcted by the TIM W- - HIGGINS, Salesman. somo white sugar, and placo it where sun ho declares to bo a great nervine tho ants nro troublesome. They will and refrigerant ns well as an astrin soon collect upon tho spongo and get gent. .. into the cells. Then dip tho spongo W. F. llamp, Cornell University, into scalding hot water, which will recently made a foot ball place kick of wash them out dead. Put in more 177 feet six inches, the bestou record. -r vi!' l sugar and set tho trap nuow. is estimated that tho 'samo kick It We do undersigucd bein' a coroner's would hoist a 200 pound tramp over a jury to sit on do body oh Sambo, now six foot feuco and turn him threo dead and gone aforo, lmb been sittin' somersaults boyond. on do said nigger aforesaid, nud find Hob Ingersoll is reported as "almost dat do samo did oil do 1 1 day oh Jin- beggared" by itiifortuuato luvestments erwnry come to death by fallin' frum in mines. Hut it wotit keep him do bridgo obor do riher nud broken his down. People like to bo told thero is neck whore wo find ho wits subsequently no hell, nnd nro ready to pay 81,000 All drowned und afterwards washed to de a night to hear it. riher whur wo supposed bo wus froze Botto death. She lived a bfo of virtue and died Draws eholera-morbu- s, caused by of the llAN'Y JIOTIIHIt: llAl'l'V CuiMmnNl Nurhi mother idiouhl keep their in- catiug green fruit, in tho full hopo of Dogs Notfe. fant quiet while teething. Jloth mother u blessed immortality, nt tho ago of Has No and ohlhl fhuulil wijoy sweet rrpoiie. The twenty-oue- . Header, go thou nnd do Froozo. liMt thing to astltt nature in bringing ahout Kxtruct from an obituary. likewise I hi happy state of uwxl health, is Ilrown'a -. ..This s Iron Hitter). It I very refrwhlng and "Yes." said n Now York damo, "I soothing in Its efleot. A trial proven this have good causo for remembering to be true. Mother and child should uo ft They convorted freely. If you want your ohlldreu lo be Moody and Sankey. husband, and wo havo been as healthy and strode, utve them Ilrown's Iron my Hitters, poor as church mico ever siuce." six-gu- n Hur-lingto- and will continue the Furniture and Undertaking business at the same stand, in the St. Asaph Hotel building. I will keep a full stock of Furniture of every description and sell at ligures that cannot be beaten. My stock of Collins and Caskets will be comprehensive. Shrouds and llobcs always on hand. 1 also repair Furniture and do carpenter's job work. (Orders by telegraph promptly nttended to.) B, K. "WEAKEN. I E. P. OWSLEY BRAND NEW GOODS, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. poor-hous- Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, CARPETSjOIL CLOTHSITRUWKS W. HI HA.S THE mmim '' GENUINE MffilLlil - Water Elevator. Wator Insects; Fresh Wator from Destroys ksSEBbSJ Elevator. Foulest Cisterns Made Puro by tom of Cistern; Tubintr and OVEK ONE HUNDKED Now in Uso in This County. m m 1 One inulo in Harrison county has laying that all newspapers except rekilled fuur mon aud is wickedly awaitligious ones, ought to bo suppressed. Wonder what rascality he has been ing a chanco to add another victim to the list. caught at? A Chicago preacher is quoted us Try Ono, and If Not Satisfied, It Will Be, Ta, ken Back. 'A " rBormio-ui.more new the ltofkrastln democrat get to the republicans, Let them go,a a miNOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS, This m tho kind of n man tho boy i wmIc, from other countte the more are tlisy nority, we shall be sufficiently strong when T. W. VA RNON. Iluslnets failures rfriorttil litst prcachf r is: Tho Kov. Thomas liar WA I.I.ACK K. VA RltON v we all pull together to give the majority a ashtmel nf them selves. T. W.A W. H. VAltNON, rison, tho my preacher, who by this 101, ignin't 101 the week before. Mr. R, L. McKee,a prominent citizen sight of trouble. "It's an ill wind that ATTOHNMYh Al' T..A.W, 'Tlie official return of the census of ICY. timo has becomo a largo and old, boy, STANFOIID, KY. late deFrance shows the population to be .17,072, nf London, Ky., died at hi home last blow nobody good." And Friday morning after a short Hints from feat shill only serve to clean our ranks and Offle In Owsley A Son's nw Imlldlng np stairs. Tuesday Momjng, - - Angust 15, 1882 is in trouble with tho Lovcland camp 013. if. 6. 1CAUF KM A N, rid u of disorganize, demagogue and meeting. Admiring his eloquenco and John 1 St. Jolin Iim been nominated typhoid fever. He wa buried with ATTOItlVnV AT I..A"V, ceremonies on Saturday. He wa a policy men, It will bo best for u In the end. of Kan-faI.ANCAHTI1R, KY. J the republican W. P. WALTON. EDITOR possibly also considering that it might for OoTernor bright Mon and a good citizen. His Let no true democrat Im discouraged, Iet Master Commissioner and County Attorney. Will bo n good speculation to announce practice In all th Uourti of tlatrard and adjoining The price of matches Iim been ad brother, Dr. W. l McKee, of thlt place, us all rather take courage from defeat, cut counties and In lh Court of Appeals, him as an annual attraction of the This Now York Sun gives tho fig cents to $1.60 per attended him constantly during hi list ill- loose from traitors and deserter, snd,Tlly-Ingaaonrsnceil from twenty-fire- ) camp, tho ladies built a cotiago for grow, according to the quality. T1IOMAB V. llftili, Jlt mm, with our dinner gallantly ness until his death. urra of tho mi mi a I appropriations of A'XYroitNJ.JV AT DlKO. At the residence of her on Inhim at a cost of $500. What was tliw'r unfurled again to the breeze, match with The neit House of KeprcsentatlTcs STANIOKD, KY. Uongrws for tho last ten fiscal years, surpriso to learn that, only a day or will be compoeil of .123 member and del- lay, James Itackley, in Lincoln county, of courageous heart and unswerving devotion Will prattle In tho Courts ot this and sdlolnlng which run from$114,009,-i8in 1878, roiinllcatn.1 In Ih Court of Appeals. Iimr In hemnrrhngo of the lungs, Monday August into the next campaign. two later, tho mercenary evangelist egate, 31 more than at present. Owsley , Mon'a nw lulldln-- up atalrs. when tho Homo was democratic, to Out of 7,182 bill Introduced In the 8th. Mrs. Klizt W. Maret, of Lavacco counhad sold this cottago and sito for $200. Said tho icnsihlo individual to tho ty, Texas, aged (!2 year. She wis the w bl8177,889,214 in 1882. Tho avcrngo ALEX. ANDKHUON, Home uf CungrcM, only MS A.TIt was evidently, on his part, not so Lower Of the remainder, 0,000 were became ow nf the late George It. Miret, formerly condemned idiot who was rocking tho ATTOHNJ3Y prlrate is 8153.38G.053, whilo tho approprialaw. AT J.. AAV, boat to scnroLho girls. " Young man, as a lovomouey armuch a lovo-Ianof Garrard county, Ky., and wa a most es1IANVIM.I, KY., hill. tions for 1883 already mado amount you may not succeed in uiisctitig tho Will rangement. After thinking over their In Ih Courts Harden Stephenson, a farmer, aged timable mowsn. Slio wa a daughter of boat and drowning somebody, but you count practice) In tits Court of llojl and adlolnln to $291,293,097. Well may that paand of Appeals, nrcdicament tho defrauded ladies dis scventr-fouof Concordia, Ky., died yes Gen. William Smith, formerly of this coun- havo fixed yourself eternally and r per, with nil tho forco of italics say: MAHTEHHON l'BYTON, covered that no deed of tho cottago terday under the Influence of chlorofrom ty. Mrs. Msret wa born In ML Vernon of every sentihlo If your representative voted for this had been furnished to the fickle boy while being operated upon for cancer of the ami ha many friends and relative among person in tho mindsnn unmitigated fool ! Koa nstivrouNTV, aboard as LIIIKIITY, KY. the old citizen. Eight children survive steal, ho sure that your vote is record Will to bo loathed always, and shunned Joining practice In all tho Courts of Casey and ad preacher. Thoy accordingly resolved jaw. counties, and In th Court of Appeals. cd for him to remain at home, and if of the her, one nf whom In Mr. James Maret, when possible." Geo. It. Hand I ton, MitriiMun Riven ,o collections Once over to tako back their gift, and sold it to a IU T. rierco's store. Farmer Bank, Wyoming, III., abcomled t he agent of the L. & N. It. It. at this your Senator voted for it, sco to it steady Cincinnati Methodist Bishop. with $3,00'.) of the bank' money. No place. John Qulncy Adams was never that ho gels no other chanco to pillage Mr. Harrison has lost both his cottago Anoux People. Misses Cleo WilDlt. J, O. OAlll'BNTBil, trice of him ha been secured. He I liam and Ida Adam have returned. Mr. known to bo Into during all his long tho public Treasury. Tiio Sun is scrvicoin Congress. Onotimo juitns BTANtfJRH, KENTUCKY and his money by his littlogame, and, nineteen years old. T, K. Adatni and family, nf Garrard are tho clock struck, a member asked tho Office strongly of tho impression that tho oterllotit. 8. 1.y tie's store. Urllr hours In number of tnilei of railroad, Ken Lovcland camp, at least, ho has lost at visiting relative here. Mis Alice Ward, speaker if it was not timo to call tho from S to H and 7 to r. M. pooplo will bo as much disgusted at lucky ttamla 22J and Illinois 1st. The reputation ns well. of Livingston, I, visiting Mis Mattie house to order. "No," ho answered, this flagrant robbery and jobbery as former ha 1,716 and the latter 8,320. Three WILUON, Mis Jacl Iledd I visiting friends "Mr. Adams is not yet in his seat." J. J. Win-to- r. Wi: aro indebted to Hon. Albert S. State hare more than New York, viz: Illiwith tho excesses of Grant they were IIKNTIHT, Madison county. Mr. W. M. Fish, of Just then Mr. Adams appeared, and in Willis for a copy of his scathing re- nois, Peniisylraiiia and Ohio. ism, which in 1871 made them rise up tlits place, has been appointed to a $1,200 proved that the clock was three min3TANF0IIII, KY. Hon. Vm. M. Erato, of New York, ORIrs and Residence , Upper Main M. and rcbuko the corruption of Grant's marks in Congress on John D. White. clerkship in tho Pension Office. It is utes fast. and Hon. Hon. James G. Illalne, of Maine, LEE P. HUFFMAN, first term by ousting a republican ma Tho subject, wo admit, was hardly Wade Hampton, of South Carolina, have doubtful if he will resign hi position here Excitement was mado in Boston by worthy of tho timo and breath, but it as Circuit Court Clerk to accept It, but the DKNTIWT, jority of 100 and giving tho democrats a nowspaper item which said that tho SUIIOKON accepted In'itattona to attend the coming HTANKOKI), KY. in tho appointment is nevertheless, worthily best, majority of 70. Tho prospects aro places Whito beforo tho country monument was Office South aid Mala Utreet, two doors abort a venerated Bunker Hill exhibition of the Lexington Fair. owed. Mr. Thoma M. Thatcher, of Burling' to be "repainted." It ww a misprint, IhsMyrralloUI. Hall road cappers are at work In the that another tidal wavo will strike tho proper light, and lets thoso who im ton, Iowa, an agent of the U.S. Q.M.Dept., the right word being "repointed.' Tho l'urt Nitrous OilJo Gas adtnlnlster-- 4 whta required. ngino him a great statesman seo what vicinity of Chattanooga, and during the Men's Single Sole & Low-C- ut country this Fall, when the ringstcra with many warm friend here, who lost his It. C. MOHGAN, D. D. B. manner of man ho is. Wo hardly past week three conductors on the Cincin- position by a recent reduction of the force, mortar has in many places been washand tricksters nf tho republican party ed away from between the stones to a nati Southern and the Alabama Great has been restored TmTiU Will liDJ3NTIHT, wri.a Shoes and Ladies' In Manford two now stationed at depth of six inches, and tho spaces and will Iks forced to that retirement from suppose there will bo a fight over the of rch month, from first Monday. Icntal rooms "Seventy-five,matter, for Mr. Willis is a much Southern railroads hare resigned, and "and aro filled with growths of moss and InnXAaaph Motel, oicr MeA'Isler A llilghl'a. at Somerset. which tlioy ought never to return. A negro accused of outraging a white Sasl(n. At Unca.lcr twowrtksof each month seventy-twLow-C- ut others a Is scattered" congratyounger man than Speaker Bigger, Shoes & Slipvines. from third Monday Dental rooms In Mason llous. An exchange calls nttcntion to tho aud would soon get away with tho girl was taken out of jail at N cwnan, (la., ulate him on hi restoration. Dr. John S. (Krwslgn l'urs nitrous oild gas administered wen. and hung by a party of seTenty-fWtfrl.tf To Wiiitkn Scoitciu:i Linkn. If when necessary. Cooper, of the IT. S. (J M., service, recent fact that for tho first timo in many rantankerous sun of a raccoon. Wo m Cost to Reduce He was tried by the crowd, and confessed ly or any other article has pers stationed here, wa one of the sufferers a year, Congress failed, on adjourning, believe Mr. Whito has never fought he and another man committed the deed. been scorched in ironing, lay it whero Stanford Female College. by the leductlnn of the force, but he will go to pass resolutions complimenting tho anybody but the old gentleman rebright stiushino will fall directly upon Elijah Franklin was hanged at Silver back Stock. to the practice of incdicino in Louis-villMTAsVl-'Oltn-, KY. it. It will remove it entirely. speaker on tho fairness and impartiali- ferred to, and as a boy City, X. M., Friday, for the murder ol DepMar success attend liirul Mr. T. C. ty of his ruliugs. Tho republicans could havo handled him, ho made no uty Sheriff Johnson. Strong effort were Brinley, of Louisville, wa here last week Somebody says It takes forty mon With a Full Corps of Teachers, know that the democrats would never reputation as a bravo man in that en- made to obtain a respite, as Frankln wad visiting hi daughter, Mr. I. A. Stuart to believe a statement by n Chicago dying from consumpton, but the Governor Dr. This Institution will open Its Thirteenth Fusion J. W. Grant, Dentist, of Lancaster, i stultify themselves by voting for such counter. Then it will nover lw beon the Id Monday In Heplrmlier nesU per. declined to Interfere. in Mount Vernon thi week. loved. You'll never got forty men to a resolution, and besides there were a The ultimate coat of the public build" to Commence ALL THE BRANt'lIK OP A told a Louisville Pitoeron Knott The heaviest vote polled last Monday believe it. sufficient number of members of that Ings authorized by the was in the county )udge' race, a follows: Commercial interviewer that he had Reduction Is estimated at $5,776,000, the present party whose consciences ore not seared A Texas, editor recently died from THOROUGH ENGUSHCOURSE Lsirfltep.) 001: Wallin (Dem.) 753. Liar' settled the matter as to his candidacy appropriation The being $2,732,500. a spider's bite, but it's frightfully selto such an extent as not to see that so Art taught, as well as msjority, 211. Out of the wreck, the DemSpace, hut Stock is for Governor and is now a full fledg amount appropriated for the continuance dom, down that way, that a spider can M.UBIC. dishonest and unfair aman had never The vote ocrat saved only the Coroner. TIIK LANOUAOE8. DHAW-INed candidate. Questioned as to which of work on public building authorized by w as get the start of whisky. AND FAINTINQ. follows: Jerry Frith (Dem.) 737; Large, occupied the speaker's chair. Keifer as Requires of the aspirants he regarded as his former Congresses wan $3,G21,500. McNobb (Bp)2C2 Gentry (Bep ) 370 True to her Trust. a tool was n decided success, but as Buckeye steamer, The most formidable foe he replied: "Now, Time to Close; Hence e r faithful Frith' maj 09. The new set of Magistrate Too taurh ran not It said or In fair minded mau and n parliamentari. a , to consist of nine republicans and five demo- wife a.id mother constantly watching and cartas for that's rather a difficult question, as I State, bound from Huntington, In Tuition, price rang from IIS to MO In th an he is a disgrace to even his disgraceSt. Louis, with a valuable cargo and a her dear ones, neirr neglecting a alnileduty In regular IifpartrucntJ. Primary, the PriInUrtued suppose all tho candidates aro uot yet barge containing 450 ton of iron, In tow, crats. Jim Mini (democrat) saved his ba- their behalf. When Ihef are assail! ky disease, I JO; rrtparatoiy, fsO, and Olllste, IV). ful party. con by being re elected Constable In the cleansing, Col. Jones seems to bo the while trying to make a landing at the Lou anl the system should hart out, but ces. For full partlculsra, as to Board, Ac., addrtst Glade district. It was a regular Waterloo tlit stomach anil luwtls regulated. Mood purlncl, Tut: heads of the department at most dangerous so far, though Judge isville wharf, was caught by the wind and It wa almost a water-hau- l for the demo- and malarial Klsoa eiterinlnat-l- , alia mint know MKN. H. '. TKVr.HKAKT, Washington, owing to tho fact that Owsley has many friends." You are driven on a pier of the canal and dam, and Stanford. Lincoln Cb.,Ky. crats. Ke publican are warned against in- that fUtetric Ulttera are the only suit manly. women can not assert themselves on mighty right he has many friends, and mink. It is feared her hull i broken in They ar the best and purest mrdleln In the dulging in any Htich remarks a that our world and only coat any cents. Hold by firmy will prove, election day, are opposed to their behaving elected the Coroner, he should pro- A MeAllsler. they will increase liko flies before two, and that the Buckeye State a total Ids, and will have to be wrecked ceed at once to hold an inquest over the ing employed as clerks, and somo 400 August 1883. the followin No lives were lost. The boat wa built in rest of us. Do not drive us to desperation. of them have been relieved from duty. JIT. VERMIS ADVr.UTlSr.JIk.UK. see Tub total expenditures of tho State Pittsburg in 1876, cost $35,000, and Insured Mr. Isaac Stusrt did not vote although he ferences prices This enraged 400 held nn indignation for tho last 8j months of tho fiscal for $12,000 In Cincinnati and $1,000 In was at the polls all day. The result is due n.ui .ti. mutnr.TT, . meeting the other day and adopted earnestness: Pittsburg office. 0 entirely to apathy and defection among men ATTORNEY AT LAW, year are $533,1G1,7G, of which resolutions of disgust and distrust of Mt. Vornon, Ky. who have always claimed to be democrats. GARRARD COUNTY. were for prosecuting criminals, Commissioner Dudley, that must make The demccrals scratched badly. The reLancaster. the salaries of the officers who prosecu$25.00 SUITS AT 818.00 Will practlce1ilB profeaslon In Ilocicaatla and that old codger wish, that a In th Court Several little boy walked to Stanford publicans scratched very little exceptin the adjoining counties and to collections. of Appeals. ted them not being included in tho i? pedal attention glrcn jailer's race. Houk (rep.) for jailer has 20.00 SUITS AT 10.00 were hung about his neck and that he amount. This terrible drain on the Friday, to meet the show. J. E. VOWELS' was cast into the sea. John Woodcock refu tea to be comfort- a majority of 101. This i the smallest re18.00 SUITS AT 15.00 Treasury can bo in a great measure publican majority. There were plenty of Tin: people of tho State seemed to charged up to Gov. Blackburn, whose ed. He still hangs 'round the telegraph democrats who did not vote. The next 10.00 SUIl AT 13.50 MT. V12IIJNO.V. KY., office to get Inform ation in regard to the havo much more opinion of Tom Hen- abuse of the pardoning power, has givChilled Plows, time they will probably do better. M. C. Agency of South-Ben- d circus. 15.00 SU1T3AT 12.50 uast Averjs A- ana uteei nows, uacnere ! compottrKl of the) virtue ot sarsaparll- ry's promise to eschew the degrading en a license to crime. Bogus telegrams announcing the early Miller, Sr., for County Clerk, ran considerMnn.r. ably ahead of hi ticket. His candidacy ... TW;.nl,ll V. TO,J,. TJ. Tli..ti. "t.llmujia. uutiilraki ellow Iock, with Tlnm.. cup than they had of Mr. Lusk's. 12.50 SUITS AT 10.00 of the circus all The news is promulgated from New arrival They served towere postedcrowd over helped the ticket not less than 100 vote Sewing Machines, Taylor's Elastio Bod Even where local option carried by town. hold the and i.kkmm iiim 6.00 10.00 SUITS AT Springs. Jersey that Robeson, the boas of the caused the telegraph operator to answer a The official vote ia as follows: Biclurds, It 4 lit.- - .ii re t, .l(et, largo majorities, Lusk was badly ntxl im! iiinIIcIiio nltcmilu 752; Henry, 072; Jacob; 809; Luck, 02; for House during the last session and the thousand extra questions. Hit9.00 SUITS AT 7.50 known iirnvnllalil)-tTin, Hill, left and in Garrard, where ho was lutillrliic niiili'hfiiil-t- n linvn tiitver most pillager of the public The death of J. B. Floyd occurred at the school tax, 1,129; against school tax; prixliiieil mi taliialiln u reinttl'. m rutin so raised and in Rockcastle, where he 8.00 SUITS AT COO 312. The republican county ticket, ex JHitcut to iuro nil reaiiltlii)! (rum as good as Mr. Eliza Burdett's, near town, August lives, his total vote was less than 175. .treasury yet developed, is cept Coroner, has an average majority of Iiiiiuru l.locxl. It cute .Scrofula ami 7.00 SUITS AT 5.50 EDWARD H. POX, Propr., Con- 12th. The funeral wa preached at the beaten for tho nomination for nil scrofulous iIIvums, Krytlpoliis, 225. Only one republican in the county In fact ho made almost as bad a raco Christian church Sunday at 11 o'clock by Itoso, or St. Anthony's h'ltt, I'lnmlcs gress by Mr. Nixon, a nephew of a 1.00 North-Es5.00 SUITS AT Corner of Main and Third Streets, nml as our handsomo but quarrelsome Elder W. L. Williams, after which the voted for Bichard. Henry ran about CO Pustules lllutciies, Itolls, Tumors, Judge of tho U. S. Cou rt. All honest body was consigned to earth in the Lan- votes behind the democratic ticket, aud Ja letter. Humors, lriend, Mr. Ad Lytle. Klieiini, Scnlil-liriii- l, Itliig.uomi, - - KENTUCKY Nilt cob about the same number behind the re DANVILLE, men pray for such a consummation, caster Cemetery. I'lcers, hores, Klietiiiiiitlsiu, .Mercurial Hon, M. II. Owsley, of Garrard. FVimilrj Weak-i- i Disease, Nt'iiriilj-ht- , publican ticket. be Uarlng recently refitted my rooms with all of tht but we fear the news is too good to The U. S. Circus failed to reach Lanesses nml Irregularities, .launillre, is out as a Gubernatorial candidate, true. nioaern improvements, mow uate tuo Tho fight over and the battle lost, a Afl'ectlous of tliu Liter, Djspeiisla, caster on account of the sundry attach$0,00 SIIOKS AT 85.00 Delilllty. few words explanatory of how it all hapand although unsolicited by tho State Iu Central Kentucky! Kimiclutloii, mill Down in the First District, tho re- ment, Ac, In Louisville. The only losers pened may not lie out of place. The re- Finest (Jallcry lly its heunliinr- - nml ile.uiiiiij- - tulitlcs Central Committee, made a vigorous by it failure are those who put up bulle5.00 SHOES AT 1.00 When you ylslt Danville, don't tall to call and seo it purges out tliu loiil corruptions uhirh publicans have nominated a Confeder- tin sult of last Monday' election may have me, iicspectmny, eoiitamitmto tliu blood uml cutue boards for them. The merchant.1, canvass for Tom Henry in his portion 1.00 SHOES AT ,'J.25 It stiiiiulates uml enlivens ate Colonel as their candidate for Con- pecially the candy stands, reaped a richer surprised a few democrat,but to the closely Ml-KlkWAHIl II. I'ft.X, tho tital dilutions, promotes eucrur nml of the State. The handsomo demowho wants ever- harvest off the crowd than If the circus observant, it wan not unexpected. The gress, and McHenry, rhotozrapber Ky. Geological Surrey strength, restores unit press rvtts hullh,aiii a.00 SHOES AT 2.50 cratic majority for Henry in Garrard, iuItiseH imw life nml vlgur throuxhuiit the democrat in 1870, had a good msjority In lastingly hereafter to keep the "rebels" had come. whole in stum. No ttutlcrer Irotu Mtiy betho increased democratic majority in 2.50 SHOES AT 2.00 The worst disappointed crowd of peo thi county, but the bickerings which uhiih arises iriuii impurity ui tliu from holding any office, either of hon Moml neisl ileMlr ho will gia Avkh's other counties, and tho heavy relative pie ever seen here came in to the Circus gan with the "bolt" from the party convenor or profit, is mad enough to butt his 8aih.maiiii.la a fair trial. tion in 1878, followed by the internal disvote lor Henry iu still others in that It is folly to experiment with tho tiutuer-imbrains out. Even tho republicans re- Friday. .The town was crowded early in sension since, and the woful Isckof organmixtures, o( cheap material!, the morning and by nine o'clock they had section, attest the valuo of his serviMiilsi St., Stanfortl, Ky. uml without nieilieitial virtues, offerrsl ns fuse to be his allioj iu the proscrption asked assisted the telegraph operator so many ization in the lae campaign, have ces. ("Frankfort Yeoraau. while illsea-- e Imhouii'S more 83.50 LADIES' SHOES AT 83.00 movement. liriuly Meatcil. Afrit's Hiikapauili, v is a question as to when the circus would the republicans to place the majority nn Wi: observe that Col. A. M. Swope their side. The republicans mado their JOHN DINWE)DIE,PR0'R. nietllcino of mull eoneetitrattil eurativu 3.00 LADIES' SHOES AT 2.50 A uokuihle tragedy was enacted reach here, where it waj, and why it did organization and named their candidate over, that it is by far the best, uheaxt, is to speak at Lawrenceburg, County r uml most reliable) known. near Evansville, Ind., Sunday morn not come, his tongue wm hanging out a early last spring. There wa not a "hitch'' 2.50 LADIES' SHOES AT 2.00 know foot. Court day, on tho political issues of OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 Physicians It has Its lotuianilioii, nml v widely used (or it. ing. Alet. Weiber, wife and sou wero IUce Denny a negro, saw fit to vote in their plan of operations. More perfect tho times. Unless tho republicans of j ears, and litis won tho inisjti.illlls.-s- l mull 2.00 LADIES' SHOES AT 1.50 discipline ha rarely been seen. Their murdered at their home by unknown for the ilt'tico o( millions whom It lias bciiehted. that county want to bo Taylored, they parties, who not only cut their throats election democratic candidate In the last candidates began their work early and kept BOARD. S2.00 PER DAY. for which Jim Hickman, another Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., had better try to keep tho Col. away. but beat the brains of the victims ont negro, and a bully, met him on the street at it till the iioll were closed. In the Special Accommodation to Commercial I'lartlral mid Analytical Clieiiilsls, Ho came here and made one speech mean time, the democrat were divided, Lowell, Matt. with a hatchet. The object was rob- Friday and cursed and abused him till Traveiors. sold Br all sinuuuraTS tvtnvwiuiu and tho democratic vole was increased Bice could stand it no longer, when by irresolute and purposeless, they were 82.25 LADIES'SLIITEUS AT81.C5 bery. Three men have been arrested two blows with his fist he kept busy settling difference between can Baggage Transferred Free of Charge several hundred, and the latter party on suspicion. 2.00LADIES'SLII'PEItSAT 1.50 WEBSTER'S UNABRIDGED. closed one of Jim' eye and knocked hi ui didates. No less than four men wished to think of engaging him on full time, a If you InU nd ti g t ilia Now Edition of run for County Judge For each of the oth Ilhave recently taken charge of this home Two cases of the typhoid lever down. 1.75 LADIES'SLIPPEUS AT 1.35 week or two before the November elecand intend to have Wulistor'a TTnuliridcoil Dictionary, Mi-- s Anna Scott, of Somerset, 1 vis- er office there were two or three aspirants caused the guests at one of tho Long accommodations. tion. 1.50 LADIES'SLIPI'EItS AT 1.25 "DO IT NOW." iting her cousin, Miss Mrion Wolford. The party, through it organization, made Branch Hotels to stampedo and the (-- 3 John D. White has again been propretor to close for the season. V Mis Mary Logan and sister, Mrs. Annie no effort to nominate candidates and unite 1.25 LADIES'SLIPPEUS AT 1.00 Coldwell, are at J. B. Mason's. Col. J. H. It force. It i doubtful if any action the showing how'solid he is at Washing-- STAMrOID Htbbk- tsuppose he had gotten rich enough, Bruce, Capt. T. A. Klkln and Maj. Itich'd. party could have taken, through It com ton by getting the appointments for KENTUCKY however, to do so without serious loss, Beszley went to Bockcastle Spring last mlttee, would have been satisfactory. TJiero LANCASTER, 23 out oi 24 Kentucky persons given as ho had two good mouths to bleed week. Another parly will go in a few wa much sentelts talk obout the clerkships in the Interior Depart " and consequently the days. Mr. Mose Potter, of Bowliiii- - Green, 81.00 BTII.YW HATS AT 83.50 JOHN T. IIHlUIX.S, I'J.Ol'JUETOU. his victims. I ment, at salaries varying from 11)00 here for a few days attending to Court had nothing to do, a a "clique," with 3.00 STRAW HATS AT 2.75 Heniiv Watteuson has written a matters. naming the candidate. All the candidates, to $1,200. John D. is an ass, as evA NttST - CLASS HOTEIi except one, oame from tho country. They erybody knows, but ho is just the kind book, which is to be called, "Wit and 2.00 6THA.W HATS AT 1.50 a r. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Id every particular, Tin patronage ol the pu Ulo were good men, but when the ticket wa solicited, acd satisfaction (uarintcod. of an ass to "catch on" with tho pres Humor of the South." It is now iu V.Xs 1.50 STRAW HATS AT 1.00 finally made up, the election wa here. A Sam. M. Burdett. Editor. Bf. UVhster-- ! Vniihrlilirril, paro IIM.kIy ent administration, aud ho is playing the bunds of the printer and will ape Is very hurried canvas wa made, and in the In inse thi aluu uf F. L. Thompson's new Inn Hi. mm f 1.00 STRAW HATS AT .75 pear during tho Fall. his hand for all it Is worth. lIKI'IMriOV 11V ll.l.CHTll.VriONH. going up rapidly. It will be quite an im- - last week, the leaders of the party made an ! r iimter tho la words, Tli" ii t.ir i organization which, though strong, was by .75 STRAW HATS AT .50 Ilolli'i. t'u. lis. Column, I.J4, llnrasi, Includino iu tho deficiency bill provementon the old atone atable lot. llr. Knowinu that ho was destined to MolillnifM, Ituwdln, Hil, The republicans held a meeting here no mean thorough and complete. All atll I im I IMii hi rum rliulni' lllu. passed by Congress is an approprin-tio- u besnowed under, Mr. Lillard, who had STANFORD. KY. btira, di'llii.) &li u i la u.t tiiin.. yesterday. It was ''In the air" that their tempts to rally the masse were met with for pay to the Stato tho expenses announced himself a candidate lor Ne' Edition or WEBSTER has delegates to the Stanford convention would grovl from "soro heads" Where there E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr. 118,000 Words. 3000 Congress in Joe Blackburn's district, of raising volunteersand of tho amount be instructed to vote for Hon. W. O. Brad were no "sore heads" there wa indifference. 4600 MIW HOItDS nml Mrnnlii!;s. has very wisely concluded to withdraw. Kentucky gets $30,211. Men, who had always been good and true This Old and Woll - Known ley for the Congressional nomination. BioRrnpliicnl Dictionary Circuit Court convened here yesterday democrats, seemed perfectly indifferent Tin: yellow fever at Browuvllle, Mr. Owens will exhibit sense by doing Hotol Still Maintains its of over 0700 Names.r . tl..'1'Kii.imryii.exl-f-fjHigh Imputation, likewise, elto he will surely be swal- Texas, is still raging and the roturu of for it regular Summer term. There are on about voting. Almost every man found Wi:iivi VM'HI I'l lilting I llliit- IHl VV II somo candidate whom ho must "scratch." of which 35 are comAND HI ii' I tin li a l Iii tloiuirles'tri lowed whole by voinaii of tho mighty tho hot weather of the last day or two the docket 325 cases, mon law, 103 equity and 187 criminal. Tho In this way he went to the polls. I It then Its Proprietor is Determined that Xli fr hchivL lull I ii V Utrr t. Xi will make it worso. mouth. Ituika In tho riiljiii- K In.;, nf tho Shall be Second to no Country And it a surprise that we were defeated? term will probably last two weeks. uru iniiiily LuHiiiVib.ler. I' Hotel in the State in its Fare, The estimated earning of the Chesa )icr20 Kvkn John D. Whito'i county, Capt. B. F. Holuian, ol Manchester, yet, good results may come to us from deQ SnHnj ofnUuUr'tIhl r k i T( Itimes lliu Q Appointments, or Atteniwx't. liny ot Clay, went democratic from 3 to 180 peake & Ohio railway for the month of who arrived here Sunday to attend Circuit feat. As a minority we will certainly have liar,, l.-THOUSIND tmt m tion to Comfort of TlimiY-TWJuly were $300,831, against $225,000 for iMiblia uf lliu I'. H. majority, aud It is claimed that Mat X Court, bring this intereitlng bit of new uo time for quarrel among ourselves. The their Oueits. "rl Adams will carry it over the great the same month last year. The earning from the home of Johu D. White: At the kicker against convention will be quiet Each tifw isliitun li. Imhiiihi iiHr unil JTi Tliu hliiiiiliinl. for the first seven months of 1882 were will Is jayhawk himself by a good figure. CITAKniO ., tl'KI 111(11.. .cm., ... election last Monday in Clay county, the hereafter. Of course some of the sore heads laaicsfs charts, roaisMd to sad from tktdspot 1QJI hpeclal acroiuniotlatlous to R(Aiwlll WMt.Hi.t'8.'lJ In fr.t of tiQ tolls-Kfrwi'u fllp-IIIIail 1,IWVWI Truly the handwriting is upon the Increase for .ut.month of I toCouusrclalTraielsrs. Tha liar will b democrat elected their entire county tick. and iiolitical nondescripts who have for the $81,735, and for BRUCE, WARREN & CO always tiilld with th choicest IIS IT NOT THE STANDARD! wall. . V STAHPOBD, SUMMER o o CLOTHING -- r, for-ove- ., ACTUAL COST! book-keep- f n Many of tho Weights Aro Heavy Enough New-com- For Extreme 1 " o e shirt-boso- at -- Forty-sevent- h Con-gre- 'Tis Early a for Fall O our and it etern-whe- TERMS MODERATE. 5i Slaughtering if mm Read dif in and $348,-838,0- our mill-ston- e VAKIEXV STOKE! Vnt-nin, - parsaparilla ilfi-itno - bare-face- Excelsior Art Rooms st iy -- tf ills-e.i- tu ST.ASAPHHOTEL s blood-purllle- U-r- fo-t- lirat-cla- -s If I INS MOILS:! j "town-clique- ," "town-clique- 12-- tf store-hous- MYERS HOTEL, i V I'lirs-noliio- , ii(i-- a, Boys' and Youths' Clothing', Shoes M ! and Hats in Same Proportion. $... the year of $184,730. I et by majorities ranging from 3 to 180. The uierly claimed to be democrats will go now It -w braads of Llusors aad Cigars. 1'utllsliod by 0, A C. HERRIM,8prln(IIld, Mass. tn&MttftlB3nlmor3foiiriial beef nl Fnmt lot of V. breakfast bacon and dried T. (IreenV . qia.:lt:ij'o:r:d, Tuesday Mornlnff, L A - -- k y. IB, 1882 August I. A lit n., call and examine the light run nlnr New Home Hewing Machine, the heat In the world, for aaln at Chenaull, Herer anceACoV Tnr: republican will go through the farce here of nominating for Congre n, man who haa for alz month been a candidate, which the name ia Mr. V. O. llradley. 1)1(1 N. 10CAL TIME l AID. 9 10 I'ssssnger Irtlm North.. " " Honth- LOCAL NOTICCS. ...... 1 II Ml 4. U. Mr. Masters, of Nlcliolas-lll- o Ilor Paint of l'enn A McAllater. onught n fi7 pound fih at Itockcastle $1 at MoAI-Iste- r Ki.kvkn rot win Hugar fur Spring, Hatunlay. Thta la no fih story, A llrlgii.V. Halt, Lime ami CVincnt constant! on in tho usual acceptation of tuoti tale, but a Touched for fact. html ik A. Ownlf r'n. Nkw stork of Jewel rjr and Hllrerwaro l A Pott oliico ha been established at Penny A McAliiterV South Fnrk Tretle in thl county, to be KitUlT Jaim In unjr style ami St your known a Arab), and our former Wayne-bur- g price at MeAIIler A Ilrlglil. oorreiondent, Mr. W. It. Oooch, Hr., r Ciiif.h MlMA Horglium Mill and has been coiiimIioned a postmaster for tale iiy A. Osrslejr. Lovkiu of (lood Ten will find llio host Kii.i.rii. A man named Wilson wa In the city at Penny A MeAllsierV Vatchw, Clock and Jewelry repaired ahot through the head and killed at Laurel Ilridge, beyond London, Sunday night, and warranted by Penny A MoAllster. Country bacon. highest mar- In a ipiarrel over a boat, by Wm. Hodge. WANTrn. ket price In cmIi paid, McAllnlfrAIltlKlit. We were unable to get further particular. I'uitr. Alden Krult Vinegar, best In llie limn or Hm Wounih. Wm. Ilurton, world, for sale only br McAllsterA Ilrlfilit. who wa ahot by Moore In Mt. Vernon, You will find the bent and centa cigar In town at Penny A McAlis-ler'a- . about a month ago, particular of which were given at the time, died at hi home in J. II. A H. II. KllANKa are reeelring nml Livingston Sunday night, from the ellecl 0enln(( a nice new lot of Zclf(ler Shore-l- ow of hi wound. cut. Fiait. etiip-orato- Those whowcnllo the Haptlst Church Sunday afternoon expecting tolaugh at the failure of Mr. John It Jtme In hi first attempt to preaili, were decidedly disappointed, for hi discourse, which waa on the textt "The fool ha said In his heart there I no Hod," wa a very creditable one Indeed, and showed that he had given the subject careful and prayerful study. At the conclusion of hi srmon, Itev. V. 1". Klrt- ley, In a few appropriate remarks, commended the young man on his determina tion to make the ministry his life work, and at hi suggestion, a majority of the breth ren and sister encouraged him with the right hand of fellowship. It is Mr. James' intention to attend the Theological Seminary at Louisville. LAND. STOCK ANO CROP. INDUCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY I 2. 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 rae. Respectfully, R0BT. S. LYTLE. To reduce my stock of Summer Goods, I will offer at Very Low Prices, for the next 60 days, my stock of Laces, Hamburg Edging, Lace Curtains, India . A Kiil.t, lino of California Canned f)ood, I am now ready tore Town Taxbh Includlnir Apricots, drapes, Pear, l'eaelus ccive the town taxe, and take this method ami ligg J mm at MoAllster and lirlglit'a. of notifying thoo who owe them, that tin- PERSONAL. lew paid by September lat, the new law r cent. I'xi aure and settle at Mebnm. J, W. McAi.mru and J a adds on ten once. l.M. llltucr, Marshal. lIoc'Krn are at Kockcsstle 8rinj". than ought to be allowed to any set of Miw. I)ii. J.W. IlATTsoy, of ClcTtland, Haik Ham The second nine of DanHHJSESEJJaECElQBSiHIZrMSBIGEI From tha best of Foreign Makera. They will be cot and made In style. Ilia motto la: mortals In one evening. Your ()., la t biting her mother, Mir. J. It. Wnr ville will play our eecond nine on the Cutting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. "To Excel." ren. re'iorler, at ore time of the evening, ground at Dr. Montgomery' Wednesday thought and felt sure, from the glances Miw. V. P. Taik,M!m I.ucy and Ma at 3 r. M. The bras band belonging to thrown, that he at last had made a "masb," ter Clarence went to MilchelNburK jester Huntley' Dramatic Co., will be on hand To tow prain in com and or any onlinary land no preparation It needed tr here this implement is utul; simply drire xnlo the. field and go to irort feeding. and hastily darted for the fair one; but no, lay. and discourse some good mtiaic. it was a bananna peel his heel had lit upon Mn. a.vij Miis. V. H. Wherrllt, ilniiefilJsiv'-E and ajar and stars were what he realized. sBWSsw Mim Juma A. Hunt, Stanford' little Incaster, were with Mr. (!e. II. Ilruce 1LlKt&JmmWel&x ISKrT'V . BaBBLy "as T73E3CE! Hi fall wa heavy, but cushioned, and the BjBBBSmMm ,.'. H lefiUJSfiS7i favorite, otcns her season, next Monday In HtY'0X-- , Sjifil.'w,-'Sjrstenlajr. recovery quick nnd his retreat precipitate. Montreal, Canada. She will play nothing Mih Mahv Vaiinok ha returned Full Has tr8tmTIva soJ flLFY at botlnm r i ihc- nosT"V hom k,eam And now, sir, I in all fairness must say, irk... from an eitcmltd and pleasant Tliit to but "Plorincl," in which she la said to riMi?uriurJrs r.M vKirn xiii-luthat the greatest flirts at the Springs are eclljxe her ellbrtsln "Fanchon." A letter friend In Fayette and Madison. the mairied men. Ah a body, they are Ky. Agricultural Mil. Jauim MAltrrr, the obllnlnj; and from her convey the pleasant information Mechanical First-Clas- s One. Combined handsome, valliant and flippant upon capable K, K. Agent at Ml. Vernon, wan that she will likelvgive lis the benefit of ASSOCIATION tongue. They are met more than half way one night some time in February. here yenlerday, and made ua a pleasant by the dashing belle), who listen to the Making the best and cheapest implement erer produced, An implement that it independable in call. Tiik Huntlkv Dramatic Company deerery crop culthvted. honeyed words from deceptive lips, and Ik recupera. Miw. Coi, T. W. Mim.hu -TfiiCtntral Keniuckf Millers Association lighted every body at Kichmond, and those revel In the elisium of the rosy hour. The line at Crab Orchard Spring, and chaper- that attended the lrformance from here met In Stanford yesterday. VT. N. Potts, THE Clh ANNUAL FAIU OF THIS A8SOCIA- hour of 9, when the little ones leave the . oning her granddaughter, Mis Mary are enthusiastic in their praise. Their of Itichmond, was elected President, and ball room, is the bewitching hour for these tlon (new series), will be held on the grounds of We heard a number nay that tills aeling and the Assoc latlon at splendid, and their W. M Oriibb Secretary. A large and In ootumeare gay Lothario and happy old bucks, for s young lady Is the prettiest at the Spring, brass and orchestra la one of the best teresting meeting wa held, and many for and we agree with them. . of interest to the millers were discuss- then the mamas have to retire, at least for It site on the road. Stanford Opera Beginning Hon. I'iiii, It. TilOMroHoy, Jit, and House Wednesday and Thursday nights pf ed. On motion the following resolution a time, and then their carnival commences, and it is "making hay while the sun OX TUESDAY, AUGUST Sflili, Jack Chlnn, K , were here Friday. "I.it this week. was iinanamotiIy adopted: tie Phil" la looking well after Ida long alege limJint, that the millers of this astocla-lio- n shines" with them. To their credit, be it And continuing Ire days. Idiot enough' to sup-o- e Tltr. man who In Congress, am! ia confident that he will sgrre that all wheat bought by them said, they are only in fun, nnd the fair ones p. that the little $2 60 that he pay for shall he made h. lay Illllr llradley on the cooling hoard by to weigh sixty pound to the know it, and are willing to throw their bribes u never to speak of at lrat 'JiOO majority. From present In- subecrliitluii. bushel, as ver U. S. Standard grain tester, mite into the general whirl of enjoyment, him, except in praie, had better keep hi and for each pound THE- e dication, we beliereit will be 6,000. that It shall fall short and throw them back again to their boy we much prefer to have nothing tlien-of- , one pound shall be added In the hood days. Among the costumes I will Mil and Mud. John KrauunxT, of money; . - zse-3-- do with him. All we promise is to give Stanford, the parent of nur esteemed citr to standard weight of aixty pounds, or in oth- mention tmly a few, as you have doubtless a man the worth of hi money; we do not er Sulky Ilarroirand Seeder. The Albion l, in which was a e seen the word, if wheat should weigh only len, Dr. Andrew Heargtnt, are In llie county to be mum on any subject, when For &) money than required to obtain a grain drill, which can only be utilized in one crop, full list. Mrs. Lee wa prettily arrayed as Tailing. A reunion of their old friend piomise pounds to the bushel, the divisor this implement can be lad, which vill put in all kinds of small grain in the very bat manner vi eak out. we think we should a llallet girl, was graceful in person, beausixty-tw- o would be sixty-one- , if waa had at the icidenco of Mr. and Mrs. less time and cilh less labor than the best grain drill viade. conversation Wm. filegar yesterday. About sixty gucula Tin: return of the Wayne county vote and so on. The resolution wa thoroughly tiful in face and charming in DRAMATIC COMPANY, pro and con, before it passage, Her eyes told of the pleasure ahe enjoyed Hopkinatille New Kra. were present. show that Jacob carried the county by 1.1. discussed in carrying out her character, and she was J. A. Phillips, dciu.. via elected County and the resolution looking to tho better admired by old and young. Mm. Senator ON LOCAL MATTERS. ROAD ! grading of wheat a to prices, and oflering Judge by over -- 00; Hays, dem , for Coun Moore, of Harrodsburg, was the Queen of Huntley' DrJniatieCjnipiny WILL APPEAH AT THE ty Attorney, I. N. Hhepperd, dem., foi pecuniary inducements for superior lots, night. Clerk; J.F. McConeghy were elected with was also discussed and adopted. Various the Antilles, graceful and easy in black STANFORD OPERA HOUSE, train, valentlan lace and superb Juki receired a new line of buggr and out opposition. HuHaker,dem., beat Kite other resolution were moved and adopted velvet en rep, for Jailer over 100, while Ooddard, which time and space will not permit ua diamonds. Mr. Welch wore, probably, wagon harness. W. T. Green. rep, ha 300 over Uartleson for Aueuor. to publish at this time. Tho association the most costly dress of the evening, save .i In lh Or cat &?nsalloDtl Drama, Littm: PriiMiNAI. A little girl arrived School tax carried by about fiOO. adiourned to meet again at Junction City the Worth dresn of Mr. McKlroy, the at Mr. II. C. Itupley'ii Friday morning. former wearing blue satin do Oross with 3D;" on Monday, the 11 th of September, next. Last Friday night Mis Klin A. Fngle gafc?i1-elegant laco embroidery over white Batin . lil nr r W. if. Potts AND ON TUl'ltSUAY NIOIIT, 17TII, IN dun TliKMillera' Association met hero yes- man gave a social party in honor of her Illi. S'fc r plaits, and elegant diamonds of the first W. 11 Urtuntw, Src. terday. See rriort furjilshed by Secretary. friend and guest, Mis Mary llronaugh, of whllaat work. Poaltlouof Tetthaad Urer water,and the latter a robe of Valenciennes worL 37ien by detaching the Seeder you hare the best ITanom in the troiM, one that trill do more Oneot the most beautiful of the modern plays. I ot'rr.li my entire atock of Hummer Nicholaville;of which our II. M who waa GRAND BALL AT CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS lace over lavender satin, and brilliant diain once aoina oicr the ground Man an ordinary Itarrwv tcill in a dozen, besides doing the work good a at greatly reduced price for tho so fortunate a to he in attendance, says: JilUer Imltfior Journal. mond. Mrs. McKlroy waa superb In her FULL BRASS BAND & ORCHESTRA ! faster and mth more ease The uuiet which always Queen-lik- e "A very pleasant littlo crowd waa present, bearing.ber speaking eyes overneat thirty daya. J. W. IIaviicn. OENEIIAL ADMISSION, 50CTS , composed of more beauty and chivalry than follow a storm ha now settled down upon shadowed by long, dark, arching brows, Lout. On Friday August 11th, a led are usually to be found in a gathering of ua at the Springs, the storm having passed her (1ALLERV, 2S CTS., hair elaborately done up in morocco pocket book containing about alx the sixe, all of whom spent a enjoyable in the shape of the grand fancy dre.M and waving ripple and curls, she treads the KESEKVnD SCATS, 75 Crs TO DK HAD AT dollar. The finder will be rewarded by evening as they would wish. The supper masque ball given in honor of Governor floor a thing of life and grandeur, and wa miiu aruuta. leaving aame At the Female College. wa fine as I ever sat down to. The table Itlackburn on last Friday evening, and the envy of her sex and the admiration of Lm Xotick. All account due Hale A. which was very prettily dressed with flow which was carried out In grand style, as ours. To whisper in your ear but no, Nunnelley not settled by September 15th, er and "loaded down" with beautifully Iced will lie attested by the Immense concourse your "pen driver" must not give himself will be placed In tho hands of an officer. cakes, etc., etc,, which were even belter of visitor who flocked from every direc away. Mr. Welch I exceedingly popular than they looked, waa calculated to make tion to enjoy themselves and to pay hom- here, and the younger ladle seek her upon A.T.N'unnelle the mouth of a poorly fed printer water age to the highest executive officer of tho all point of what is right or wrong, Mrs. Whim: Aaher HarrI, of Crab Orchard, which it did. In abort every thing waa State. I am told by the old citizen of thi Houndtree, of Lebanon, was moat becomwaa out aqulrrel hunting a few evenings rhmhe, and all I am aure that were pres- place, and by those whose health has, for ingly attired aa Mis Hannah Moore, the aince, hi gun exploded, filling one aide of ent join in a vote of thanks to Mis Kllta year damanded the healing qualities ol lovely uu'horess, and her ready tonitue, her Position of Teeth and Lerer while not In use. face with owder and disabling one of and Mtxa llronaugh, for the pleasant hi time he waters here and have been annual vis- animated conversation, sparkling wit, won the toil, cultiivte After planting your crop, by removing three lath you can thoroughly pulixnze Ida arm, but doing no aerioua damage. afforded us." itor for many yekrs, that the ball room the admiation of all. She waa dressed in and destroy the tveeds in tro rowsof cornatathne, a thing tliatno ether cvltirator icdl do. exe At first staled, here is an implemeat that can be used in erery crop militated and one mat it ilk en train Val. lace, and pearl Haiihis A Dawhon have jut received Tiik prospect of the early building of the wa more elegantly filled with beautiful Farmers, come and see if, get a aamcelled in none by any other implement; durable and simple. women, handsome men, fine dresses, Hi ton ol Ijike Ice, which they will aell in proosed railroad from here to Xashville and we feel sure that If Mis Hannah could le and try it If it does not do what ire claim for it, m ifo no! uaiif your money. jewel and everything that la requi- have looked down upon her Impersonator aiaall lot at 1 cent per pound. Ponton Increases In certainty. Mr. W. If. Sprad-H.GEO. D. WEAREN, Agent, btamora, y. Thl preparation I purely vegetable and free wanting large lota can get it on rraonable the engineer, who rode over the line, red to make up a grand and fashionable of the evening, sho was satisfied. Miss Bet-ti- e front all deleterious or dangerous substances, and R. H. WEAREX, Agt , Richmond, Ky. Is absolutely certain to bring all kinds or worms 11'. L. WITHERS. Agt., Lancaster. Ky Button, of Louisville, was charming in II term. They Hill veil manufactured ice at ha made a inoU favorable report to those ball, than ha ever Braced the hall of old Is not nauseatlna; to from tha liumau sjileni QREES A WILLIAMS, Aqti , Iluslonrille, Ky. Crab Orchard. Including the citizen of cream moire satin, trimmed In point lace tba most drllciit stomal h, It chlldrrn will lake and . 1 cent per pound. Interested, Mr. Zimmerman and the C. A they will molust-shlch should It as readily Unn r n UntttnAmnni' Testimnmal.I hate cultitated niv cTon of corn this season with the he village, thero were at lertt GOO psrso na bousekt-viieParents can It to flower and dia- reconimt-iiiTiir.ComniiIonerof tho Cumberland O. It. It. ate taking much Interest In It. in attendance. Tho maskers were in high and reed pearls, natural apply It with safety, and sptirkllna; eyes, happy Albion Combined Vultimtor, Harrow ami Seeder and can say without hesitation that it it the bat mond. Mr. T, It. Garr was most elegant faces, and Joyous spirit will iincons.lously eiprew harrow or cultimlor I hare erer se oi. Gin ioic ten acres of corn a day with all case It doet itt llallroad for Lincoln county are reiicted According to tho charter, the road can not glee until 11 o'clock, and many were It the In white null and Val. laco overdress, and the Kratltude or Ih.Islittle ones.to takeIs the only work perfectly, and lean cheerfully recommend it to my farmer friends, 'lhot II Montgomery. arar-MPut up la Aider that iileositiil to meet at the oflice of Col. W. (1. Welch ask for county subscriptions, nor would it pranks pi tyed nnj deceptions practiced up- artificial flower. But the mail la Just cents. Try alsls, and sold by dealers at tnenty-nbottle Ifitli ask such aid if in its power, All that It in Stanford, on Wcdneaday, AugiHt Manufactured by C. I'HUOHi; . CO. To sow grain with this Seeder no extra hand in required to clam it from filth at this it all dont on their friend nnd the "liurly burly" of ready to start, nnd I must cloe nnd finish OJJlre, WOO .vnlii Mlrrrt, l.uultvllte, at 10 A, M. llualneea urgent and a full at- asks of the counties through which it passby the di iver ithout stopping or getting off his seat. the crowded room wa In fact a miniature in next. I fully intended a political arti by I'kmmt A. McAlistkk. For ssle lu Staulord es, i the rlgot of way, which surely the pro-pi- e tendance dealred. will see is given it, The company Carnival of Venice, or a small edition of cle, or rather reference, In thl letter, but and Alex! CouitT iTEiis. David llinl Promptly at give way for the Governor's ball, and reof MardlGrai in New Orient. owning tho partly completed road-be3 1) o'clock those In costume being assembled Spratt, white, wcro tried before Judge J. F. L. serve that also for the next. the Cumberland & Ohio, from Gallatin, has llrown. Saturday, M a charge of pawing In one of the large parlor of the main given it to the company, that will build the -- WHOLESALE AND HKTAIl, DEALERS IN- boyle couirr. Judgo counterfeit coin, and acquitted road proposed free of cost, and this gift h.i building were formed two and twointo line Bueceswia to Daugherty A Holmes, Danville. Hill fined Charle Cook for cutting another and to the music of the bind, which wa been confirmed by the court. It amount License was issued last week for the negro, Hill (11 vein, $10 and coat. in high tune, marched into and around the - KENTUCKY, to about $:l00,000. A meeting of the comumrrisge of the following named persons: STANFORD, ball room three time. This gave everyIt 1h said that an enterprising man took missioners will be held hero Llllie II. Vaught; Oeo, Joseph Turner and MtMvrACTUaicra ok to Crab Orchard after which we will discus the road In all one a fine opportunity to see the various, S. Philip and Mary T. Blanton; Michael 1,000 big beautiful and fantastic costume of the all Kinds of Mcil MerchsdiH. week, and retailed ita bearings. S.kI Music, Booh, Springs one day Carroll. The latter evening, the Moor of the room being clear. McNamara and Katlo them very readily at 5 cents each; getting A, J, Brady, couple were married by ltev. RELIGIOUS. cd for their especial proceiuiou. The chilJvO for Ida load. ThW show that the 0car of St. Paul's (Catholic) Church. S O. The meeting at Halls flap Church dren were not only liappy.butso were every Wilde craze U atill ruging, In one part of Mis VIeve Powers, the manager of the body else happy In seeing their pleasure, closed with :- !- additions. the world, at Icnwt. oflice at thla Western Union telegraph Tho South Kentucky Association will in carrying out the peculiarities of their Grand PIANOS, Square HANUS, aud Upright PIANOS, night the beautiful Society place, is an excellent operator and an acMt. Salem Church, and on especial character to the best advantage at Drama of ''Divorced" will bo given here meet complished lady. Mrs. It. W. McFerran, In Rosewood, Satiuwood, Mahogony, French Waluut and Kbouized Cases, in the 23th Tate's Creek Association will meet possible. Tho next feature of the evenlug who by the Huntley Dramatlo Co., which is has been visiting friend in thl vi elegant designs to corroapond with any style ol Furniture, at Republican Church, in Madison county, wa the Governor's "set," composed of the more than sustaining It excellent reputacinity for sometime past, will leave The Central Kentucky Camp Meeting following handsome gentlemen and stylish for Austin, Texas, her future home. Mr. Organs, OhaDol Organs, Ohuroh Organs, tion of numerous tiaatveagona. Thursday ladle ; the The Governor and Mrs. Qulgly and daughter, Miss Uliza, of Louis ji!gla"Wouun' Devotiou," another thrill-Ingl- y will convene at Junction City Gen. Itoblnson and Mr. Blackburn, and continue ten days, Mr. J, S. LInney, With one Manual, with two Manuals and Pedal, containing the most beau interesting drama will be emcted ville, have returned from Old Point ComCol, Casslus Uoodloe and Mrs. Lee, Dr, tiful, powerful aud useful combinations ever procured the College home. will regret It. the Secretary haa our thanka for a complifort, and taken rooms at and those who do not attend Dudley and Mr. Perkins, Judge Perkins mentary. in reed Instruments. Mis Nannie Perkins, of Somerset,! visit Heerve your neat at once. Kither A wonderful change ha been made In and Senator Moore, Judge Mulr and Afitgg or Penny A McAllster the interior of the Methodist Church by Mr. Mr. Mr. Lee and Mrs, Gaylord. ing Miss Mattie Gentry. Mr. and Mr Welch, ALL KINDS. We invite the public attention to our largo and well selected stock ol Tine Metcalfe, of St. Louts, have taken WAGONS OF will accomuiodato you. the application of paint and paper, and it Thl was the original set appointed by the ORGANS, and our unequaled facilities for furuishinj; .... Dr. It. W. Land la, an rooms at ditcher's. Wa manufacture Carriages of all descriptions, PIANOS Wo purchase for net cash iu a workmen aud using the best class of instruments at low rates. Joe Huohkh. A circular signed by the i now one of the coilcst little house of committee of arrangements, but waa some- aged Presbyterian minister, and at one employing only a material, and sell at reasonable larger quantities thau auy other houso in this city. The expense of our ouly what changed, owing to indisposition of A DandrlJge, of- worship anywhere, It. It. Contractors-Masobeml- - Sguiea style, workuiauiblu aud material consld time a professor in the Theological Ilishop Lafreche, of the Catholic Mr. Itlackburn, who waa compelled to reORGAN Department is far less than some housIll j OAUUIIKKIY .V HYItK. fers $50 reward for tha capture and return ' PIANO nary here, I lying very ill at hi residence. eriJ. We have reached lower exclusively n Piano aud Organ trade. from Church, haa forbidden the ladles of III con- tire Iroui the set, and another ladv put in of Jo. It. Hughe, who waa sent up t"70A WEEK. Illadsyat bom easily made, es doing HI recovery 1 not expected. Outfit dee. Address Tana A Co., prices than havo been tendered by any dealers iu this market, and guarantee this county for hopte stealing. He I de- gregation from wearing curia. It would her place. After thl, four little Misse Msluw. A General Stampede, all instruments as represented. We tell on easy monthly or quarterly pay scribed aa 6 feet 11 Inches high .weight 100' have been much more sensible had he ruled wero to have danced a fancy dance in honday at houis. Hauiplea worth K Ntterwas such a milt mail fur any Drug $0 4n Cintr frn, Addrui biiMOH A Co., rnents, and auy instrument taken on trial, uot proving as represented,, may bangs out of the business. Curls come nat- or of the honored guett, but otie of them, 10 dark hair and eye, dark, heavy moustache, McAllster'a for a Trial Purllaud, Stilus. Ktora as la now at 1'i'uur We solicit correspondence with persons desirbe returned at our expense. about 33 year of age and a good appear- ural on some heads, but the man or woman too sleepy to remain, had rclirrd, and the liottle of Dr. King's New DlscoTcry fur Coosuuip-tloyour own towu. Trruis and 15 ing to purchase, aud take pleasure in answering all inquiries. who Invented- - bang waa instigated by the dance wa a duet by little Mis Tapp, a ance." lie it probably lurking In thU sua Colds. All persons suUcteJ with tRRA weeklu Coughs vvwiiuini iron, Aaurew xi IUllkit A Co, aweet and beautiful child of 0, Julia Law devil. Asthma, Dreuchltls, Hoarseness, Ssmr Cougtii, Portland, Msluo. & John M. Hill sold to John M. Iteld NO breeding ewe at $2 Z't prr head. J. M, Cojicland write that he will arrive here on the 17th with C00 good sheep, Foil Sam: I desire to sell my Hay Press, and 70 ton of hay. Terms easy. F.I). Albright. The barrel of flour on which W. N Polta took the premium at the Madison Fair, sold for $23. A Clark County firm lis sold sixty head of cattle, Octolier delivery, at C'e, with $10 r head forfeit. Oeorge I). Wearen waa paying 85 cenla for wheat yesterday. A telegram. from ew York said It was worth $1,1.1 there, Five cars of new corn, well matured and In good condition, sold in St. Louis, Saturday at $0.75 per barrel. It wa Waco, Texas. This I the earliest arrival of tho crop ever known. I have for sale a number of pure blood Southdown and Cotswold sheep. Orders promptly attended to, and satisfaction guaranteed. For particulars address mo at Lexington, Ky. Ilox.". It. I". Owsley. Capt. II. F, Hush report the sale of J, F. Jeak, which he auclloneerd Friday, as follows: 17 buck Iamb at $2.00; 2 sow and six pigs, $18.25; 5 sows at $3 70; six large hogs at $11.05; 8 small shoata at $1.10; 1 cow $50; heifers, $2750, to $31; calves at $1'J.50; 11 ewe and one buck at $1.50; horse from $51 to $79; mule colts $1(1 to $51 60; very small mule colt $25.25; sale was made on credit of six months. PENNY &JirVS7jnjLMTE2tt.S. AM) .SIlYVKinVAlti: & McALISTEK, PENNY & ThoLARGEST STOCK of WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY Ever brought to this market. Piices Lower.than the Loweat. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired on short notice, and Warranted. d rence and the little solol-- t Mis Murrell, of 10. This little girl, altho without the practice of the other two, executed a solo In fine style, and wa loudly applauded. She has tho fine personnel and I'DECwR.M AGISTS , DBUHa IN McALISTBR FANCY ARTICLES. DRUGS, HOOKS, STATIONERY fliyilctini Prescriptions sccurately compounded. Phsrmseeutlcal Prepsrstlons aspeclslty. or any affection of tlieThrost snd Lungs, ran get a Trial Hotllo of this great r trawl free, by calling t above DnigKtore. Bucklen's Amica Salte. The best sal re In tho worlJ (at Cuts, llrnltes, Sores, Ulcer, Salt lllieum, Fever Bores, Tetter, 3VIES3EtCJIa:-A.3Nr,I, dash of her mother and the exquisite grace Chipped llshils, Chilblains, Corns, aii'l all EVIn Eruptions, ami positively cures piles. It la guarof her papa. If your reporter knows him anteed to glra entire satisfaction or money refundself, (and she think he do) I just gnes ed Price 21 cents per box. Kor sslo by Penny A Takei thla opportunity of thinking his patrons In Stanford and vicinity for their liberal support, snd hopes to retain It, as he has selected a first-elathere wa more more flirting, MrAllitir. stock thlicsrlyln the season, before being culled over, and It more "squeezing" of hands, more love SEW AIVKRTISEJIKaTS. flashings of eyes, more sighs and more fun H. G. RUPLEY, ICY., T A. IX- - OH., flnt-tla- is Comprises Everything that is Mew, JPV5pns$igB -- '' M . ALBION Asr-it- s m HARROW, CULTIVATOR & SEEDER. Three Implements in Own-ley- (pies-lion- IF A. HER;- Hiexington, kinkead: secretary. 1 fifty-nin- Vuuntr-Jouma- HUNTLEY THE g?kJ?F-frs&awae b'prlng-Toot- b. pelL&jrls fifty-eigh- BEST Wednesday Night, lGth, l'. "DIVORCE SiraEaSnf$rn 1 1 "WOMAN'S DEVOTION" n nit sky-blu- bril-Hi- nt l r t e A. d Daugherty&Hyde .TOJEIIINr 03EIXT3R.OI3C OO. PIANOS AND ORGANS ul ht Pine Carriages, Buggies, NO. 66 WEST FOURTH J, CINCINNATI, y ltob-luso- Elegant Parlor AND PHAETONS. m and Urtt-cla- and 3(Wly a, i 9lUi u, JOHN OHUROH 00. ' i Stnu-SJUfh- lc nltriorournnI S3TjMT3TOiaD, ICY. Tuesday Morning, - -- August 15, 1882 SENTENCED TO BE SHOT. Farmer Owen's snn lintl lwcn found asleep when doing sentinel duty, nnd howascntenced to Ixseliot. A Iclo gramniad Itcen received by his father paying the ecntence would ha carried out in 21 hour. Mr. Allen, tho lnlni.Uer, called to do what ho could to comfort thofsorrowlng family. During tho visit n letter arrived; Mos-sotho farmer's littlo daughter, opened tho door and received it. "It's from him," was all she said. It was liko a messngo Irom tho dead. Mr. Owen took tho letter but could not break tho envelope, on account of his trembling Angers, and held it toward Mr., Allen with the helplessness of n child. The minister opened it and ?. A Cure for Chicken Cholera. som, gravely, "But poor Bennio was Tho cheapest, quickest nnd best way so tired, sir, nnd Jimmio was'SO weak. He did tho work for two, sir, and It to deal with cholera when it makes its waj Jimmio's night, not hi;; but Jim appearance In tho poultry yard is to tnio was loo tired, Bennio never kill tho sick fowls nnd burn or bury thought of himself, and ho was so tho carcascs ns soon as possible; then thoroughly clean, whitewash and distired too." infect tho house yards. If you tako "What is this you say, child? Como here; I do not understand," and tho tho ditenso in hand at the outset, and kind man, as ever, caught eagerly at do your work thoroughly, the cholera what seemed to bo n justification of will not linger long upon your premises. Use the disinfectant ircoly until any oTlensc. his you nro sure that tho cause which proBlossom went to him. lio put hand tenderly on her shoulder, and duced tho discaso has been removed. sho turned up tho palo anxious face A good and cheap disinfectant may bo towards bis. How tall ho seemed I prepared by dissolving three pounds of And ho was president of the United copperas iu fivo gallons of water and too. A dim thought of this kind passed for a moment through Blossom's mind; but sho told her sim.Slates jead "Dear Father: When' this reaches you I shall he in eternity. Al first it seemed awful to me, but I havo thought about it and now it has as follows ; . no terror. They say thoy wont bind me; but that I may meet my death liko n man. I thought, father, that it might have been on tho battlefield of my country, and that when I fell, it would bo fighting gloriously, but to lio shot down liko a dog for nearly belrayiug it to dio for neglect of oh, father, I wonder the duty thought does not kill inc. Iiut I shall not disgrace you. I am going to write you nil about it, and when I nm gone you may tell my comrades. You JjiipWj I promised Jimiuio Carr's mother I would look after her boy; and when he fell sick did all I could for him. He was not strong when ple, straightforward story and handrd Bennio's letter to Mr. Lincoln to read. Ho read it carefully; then, taking up a pen, wroto a few hasty lines nnd rang his bell. Blossom heard his order given. 5 "Send this dispatch at onco I" Tho president then turned to the girl nnd said : "Go home, my child, and tell that father of ours, who could approvo his country's scntenco even when t took tho life of a child liko that, Abraham Lincoln thinks that lifo far too precious to bo lost. Go back, or wait until Bennio will need a chango after ho has faced death; ho shall go home with y- I j ordered back into the rauks, and try." the day before that night I carried all Then Bennio and Blossom took his luggage, besides my "own, on the their way to their Green Mouutain march. Towards night wo went on the railhome. A crowd gathered-a- t doublo quick', and tho luggage began welcome them; nnd as road station to to feel very heavy, efrery body else farmer Owen's hand grasped that of tired, too. And as for Jimmie, if I his boy, tears, flowed down his cheeks had not lent him an arm now and and ho was heard to say fervently : then ho would havo dropped by tho "The Lord be praised 1" Texas way. I was tired when wo went into Siftings. camp, and then it was Jimmio's turn o "Mr. Blank," began an old clerk iu to be sentry, and I would take bis place; but I was too tired, father. I a grocery house the other day, "I could not havo kept awako though a havo now been with you twenty gun had been pointed at my head; years." "Yes, James." but I did not know it until, well "And I wanted to ask you if you until it was too late. "Gcd bo thauked I" said Mc. Ow-e- didn't think that my long experience "I knew Bennio was not tho boy and faithful services justified an of salary." to sleep carelessly at his post." "No doubt of it, James no doubt "They tell mo to day that I have a short reprieve 'time to write to you,' of it, and you shall have it. I took our good Colonel says. Forgive him, you in here at seven dollars a week." "Yes." father, ho only does his duty; ho "After nino years I raised you to would cladly savo mo if he could. And do not lay my death against ten?" "You did." Jimmie. Tho poor boy is broken "In another nine years I raised you hearted, and does nothing but beg to twelve?" and entreat them to let him dio iu my "Yes, sir." stead." "And at the end of another nine ."I can't bear to think of mother and Blossom. Comfort them father. you shall have fourteen. My proTell them I dio as a bravo boy should, gramme is to raise salaries overy nino The Mines ofMiciiioan. A com- Beaver. Such remarks aro calculated and that when tho war is over they years. Go back to your desk, James, will not.be ashamed of mo as they and continuo to bo faithful; you havo paratively small, narrow part of tho to mako a man almost dio n laughing. Norristown Herald. must be now. 'God help me It is only a littlo over seven years to wait, State of Michigan, skirting its whole . a and if sales increase, as I hope for, I extent on tho north by Lako Superior, hard to bear. Good bye, lather. God Now York Commercial Advertiser. feels near nnd dear to me, as if ho felt may jump you to fifteen. There, and on the south, in large part, by Considering its size, Ohio is the most there no thanks run right along!" Lako Michigan and Huron, nnd known sorry for his poor broken-heartebibulous State in tho Union. Its beer Wall Street News. nt tho Upper Peninsula, in a little child, and would take mo to live with product last year was 1,500,000 barhim in a better life. ForuLAit Medicini:. Very bad ca- more than u quarter of a centu- rels, equivalent to 0,000,000 kegs, or "Tonight I shall sco tho cows ses of dyspepsia are said to be caused ry has contributed to tho realized 090,000,000 glasses. At fivo ceuts a coming from the pasturo and precious by a snake in the stomach, tho reptile mineral wealth of tho country nearly glass, tho sales aggregated $31,500,-00littlo Blostom standing on tho stoop having probably crawled in while the 5300,000,000 in ingot copper, pig iron and tho retailers' profit was 100 waiting for me; but I shall never fields with and irou ores. Of this immense pro per cent. That beer should enter into palient was asleep in tho never come home. God bless you his mouth wide open! It is currently duct the iron mines havo furnished politics as well as tho human stomach is therefore n natural conclusion of the all I . Forgive your poor Benuie." believed that snakes are partial to nearly $150,000,000. Last year tho averago Buckeye mind. Lato that night a little figure glid raspberries and will leave their hid copper produced was in value about Since tho first oil well was opened cd down the footpath toward the rail- ing places whenover they see or smell 810,000,000, and the iron about making a total of 828.000,-00- iu 1859, tho product of tho wells has reachway station. Tho guard, as he them. Some ono is immediately disadded 81.500.000,000 to tho wealth of ed down to lift her in tho carriage, patched to gather tho berries, and the tho Uuited States in the valuo of crude ed wondered at tho face that bath-roo- m Tho other day a stranger in Bur- oil and its products. To day, tho prodis well heated. The fruit was upturned toward tho dim lantern is then brought into tho latter and lington was arrested for yelling on the uct of these wells lights the cathedrals lio held in his hand. liars aud of Europe, the mosques of Asia, the strowed on hot stones, over which the street, calling tho passers-bA fow questions nnd ready auswers suflercr bends with open mouth, to fa- thieves aud tearing off his coat, collar pagodas of Japan and even tho huts Its exports oil Africa's sunny soil. told him nil, and no father could have cilitate tho egress of tho reptile. and necktie. The magistrate, however, are over 1,000,000 gallons n day. cared moro tenderly for his own child 'Should no snake mako its appearance, on learning that the stranger was a It is pretty well settled thatn healthy than ho for our little Blossom. She charms or incautations are resorted to, member of Congress, who was only who lives to be 70 years of age, was on her way to Washington to auk and continued until tho patient feels rehearsing his speech on reform, apol- man, iu his life ents 7,800 pounds of meat, President Lincoln for her brother's better, when tho snake is supposed to ogized for tho action of tho officers 72 barrels of flour, 1,500 pounds of life. She had brought Bcnuie's letter huvo left his abodo unobserved. Such aud dismissed tho prisoner. Tho pol- butter, 987 dozen eggs, 800 pounds of with her. No good kind heart liko are n few of tho popular recipes for ice should be more careful. What cheese, lu.J bushels of potatoes and J, the president's could refuso to bo melt disease still prevalent iu many parts passes for disorderly conduct in u pri- 700 pounds of lard. ed by it. It is estimated that the South has Chambers vate citizen is strictly parliamentary of the Russian empire. Tho next morning she reached New Journal. iu Congress." Burlingtou Hawkeye. this season paid to tho North $55,000,-00- 0 for wheat, $50,000,000 for corn, York and tho guard hurried her on To Know Rife Watuk-Mki.ons- . A gun invented by a mau in Rip872.000.000 fur meats and about to Washington. Every miuuto now for hay, butter, cheeso, oats, says that MUs., is certainly ono ofthe most The Chritlian InttUigencer might bo life. Tho president had ley, Chicago Times. wonderful inventions of the ige. It when tho melon begins to cnango color apples, potatoes, etc just sealed himself to his evening's bo fired at from ten to 20,000 lutuio, and its seeus turn iimon, u There's a canon ou tho Gunnison task, when the door toftly opened and cau times u minute, can bo elovateir or small speck, scale or blister begins to river iu Colorado, whero tho stars can Bloesom, with down oast eyes and dnprcssed, or turned to the right or appear on tho outer circlo or rind. be jseen nt noon, aud they say that a folded hands, stood before him. starlight interview at midday is ono left, inclined to cover tho slope of a Theso are multiplied nud enlarged as of tho uWell, my child," he said in his sweetest joys of youthful lifo in contracted so us to bring the fire the fruit matures. A ripe melon will that section. pleasant, cheerful tones, "what do hill, to bear upon one spot, or oxpauded show them thickly over thocurface. A you. want?" The Arhuitaw Trawler' aged colto cover u wider area, and ull with partial development only indicates "Banuio'8 life, pleute, fcir,' faltered ored person says. "My idoa ob do fruit. A full crop of better worl is whar dar is 'lection goiu' the greatest easo and in the simplest Blossom. manner by merely turning a crank. blisters roveals its perfect ripcucss. on all do time, oase den do whito "Benuiol Who is Bennio ?" folks is alters perlight." Wo would liko to sco that weapon. "My brother, Bir. They uio going Tho Central Mdhodid speaks of a o In clirmiioillaorder remitting from fixed to shoot him for sleeping at his post." Mr. Kiriuat Brlverton, a rich Wall street "widow womau." Sho must bo u cubroker IWini: In llubolen, N. J., 0oIte riosity, u sort of female girl, as it bid liabiu of mind and body, the removal It was a r,VPb, yes;, I recollect. of the evil, to be ermancnt, must nertwa-rllYou too, child.it wasu New York Uitr, write; "The excepie were. Bourbon News. be gradual. Although la Mine Inetan-c- a train of ncrveua excitusient rraultlni; from time of special danger. Thousands it la aluw, llrown'a Iron Itlltem are Certainly marrying for money is took peouUtlen and too high living made of lives might havo been lost by his iiilte an liiralM of inc. Iirown'n I run lilt- - unjustifiable, but it's just us easy to neier fall to feature perfect negligence." 1 leu reatored me to perfect health and love u rich girl as n poor one, if you to the phyaleal organisation. It la "So my father said," replied Bios-- 1 strength." a complete ttrengthener. can only find her, 1 m d 0, 0, 0. 1 tear-stain$26,-000,00- 0 half-ripeney "Uod bless you, sir said lilossora. Two days after this interview, the young soldier came to mo wnite Ilotiso with his littlo sister. He was called into tho president's private room nnd n strap was fastened around his shoulder. Mr. Lincoln then said: "Tho soldier that can carry a sick comrade's baggage and dio uncomplainingly, deserves well of his coun- Stranger than Fiction. A singular cjso of recognition was reported' from Knox county, Tcnn., km!, tS tttn ejf wht tho other day. Mr. Ned Akcrs re- land and hemae and It of (mi aerea of bum with II Apply lnntnNT flrhjhra BelionMieiiae. cognized on a stranger a coat which Ml JIN. IIOIIINNIIN. his mother inn do for his brother in 18GI, when ho joined tho Confeder- STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, ate- army. Mr. Akcrs was permitted nrrevr sTANFonn. ky., to rip u small pleoo In tho lining, D, 5, WINE, whero ho found threo ten cent pieces usU- - A -- and n five cent piece which his mother placed thero for safo keeping when sho mado the coat fn order that her son might havo a littlo money in caso of emergency. Tho cont was lost jint before tho Initio of Manassas, nnd had not been hearil of until Mr. adding half a pint of crudo carbolic Akers recognized it ns above staled. AKOTI1IIR CASE. acid. If you cannot get tho acid uso the copperas solution withoutit. SprinA case parallel to tho foregoing is SMALL PA1WI FOR SALE. kle this fluid upon tho floor nnd walls, the following: At Nowmati, Ga., Hating and about tho nest nud perches overy nbout two years ago, n negro named vately mymAred InNlilmlMtille, I will Ml priFarm, containing limit night and morning. Gcnernlly speak- Newt. Page, killed his wife and esONE ing wo don't belle vo in dosing fowls to caped. Sinco tho murder two OnthoDanvllhiA tltanlord Tike, about 1 ml lee answering perfectly tho descrip- from Uinvlll. The place la In a gal etate of eul keep off disease, but when tho cholera llrallon all In tiuHnpi almiilSOaereai that to tion of Page, havo been arrested nt go In email grain. Tha Ihhi la In ami rralr actually makes its nppcaranco among equina 7 tenmii, alto pantry, elttera floer-H- t, tho flock, it is n good plan to givo tho different times. In both cases thoy at lliailoor, nw tarn, well fowls something to counteract tho havo proved their identity and havo Ar., ami at flMfraltof ettrjr Jtnlllo aa any on wantt applra, peara, hm he, plumi, rhr-rlfpoison that may havo been taken iilto been discharged. Theso negroes are grapea, damiwna, almoat anr thing toh maj fur. rirntrnf ttok walar fn right or their systems. A fow drops of car- Geo. Spearman and Chas. Jackson. rill ono inlfa from t'larlc.mllli alrop, two trhool Ikmiv, mlla Ulalm-lnfrom wattr mill bolic ncid to each quart of drinking Tho most remarkable featuro in this Ihailntora. In IS ;Mta natrrliralthjr IIpla for nhl uWlor M M. water onco n day, powdered charcoal caso was that Page had n scar on his Mlla. I rrftrII you to M.i T. Main l.ilUrtl, II who I.lnnff, W Johnwfl, Urntrt, alto llttaonlho place, and Thoniu M.lnll, ttianlunl in tho food or tcaspoonful doses of forehead, three on his face nud ono on mirraa ji 1; 1 .1 juii.i Mcholaavllh--1 , t.Ky 67 coal oil twice or three times nweck are his foot, which stiffened his big toe, all good for this purpose. Feed on aud the two men nr rested nud cleared something that is easily digested; don't were likowiso scarred nud nlllicted. overfeed nnd don't go to dosing with Payi.no the Docrroit. A stranger powerful nstringent medicines. journeying in Franco fell sick unto FlVr.GENEIUTIO.NsSKATEIJ ATONE death; his friends called in a physician Table. It is not often that fivo gen- who demurred nbout giving his pro erations are to bo witnessed at ono ta- fessional services, fearing tho whereble, yet such was tho caso iu this city withal might not bo forthcoming to last Wednesday, at tho residenco of settle his bill. Maj. J. M. Stono on Elm street. At Tho friend, producing n hundred tho dinner table, on that day, was nn franc bill, said: .'Kill him or euro aunt of Maj. Stone, tho Maj. himself, him, this is yours." his children, grand children and great The sick man died nnd was buried, grand children. This was indeed a and tho Doctor, finding his money rare spectacle, and we doubt if the liko slow to appear, reminded tho survivor nToaiAcii was ever witnessed in this county bo- - of the debt. fore. Tho family is one of tho largest "Did you euro him?" he asked. and most cencrilly beloved in our "No, sir." midst. They are scattered in various "Did you kill him?" llootettrr'fl Ptomarh I.lttrr rxttrpftte i.jriprpAta Willi en lrr rrrtmntT iti "Certainly not." portions of tho county nnd nil deserv proiTtfitlUitlo limn njr kncuti ruiM-tl, arwt la a inot k mttl lm .fianl, (itftur hn4 "Then you have no claim on me, edly popular. It must have been n nki to ftrcrvttoti. 11mm nn ih( mity t f uur toui.iruiHii ftiwrtUMK. . Tltotit.i gource of satisfaction to all nnd to the sir; I wish you good day." jutit tooitin w Itu ht r. tirif risVct. i u Ma m t .eki-bjr Irre aix Major especially, to see so many of his frafraltl prtmit lh Ittifit mIm gv a jHMhftTuI tiiiMiIu folh The Way to View It. Said n byiritiar ormtn. defendants around tho lesttvo board. Jb'uraak by a'l lru.iriii auu . tsJna stander to nn old man, busily engaged jil 10 Henderson Reporter. old in setting out young trees, "My C3 13ANT J Why he QurrPiiEAcmso. "Inn friend, why aro you planting trees? J CO W MM'P fS'Olt'LM! : S derstand, uncle Amos, that you have You will not live to gather tho fruit." VIA LOUISVILLE quit prcachiug," said tho secretary of As the veteran of 80 mopped the sweat n Tim State to nn old colored man who for from his brow, he replied, "Somebody years had had charge of a church in planted trees for me before I was born.'' & MISSISSIPPI n. Littlo Rock. The man or womau who has no desiro "Yes, boss, I'so stepped asido." and makes no effort to add to tho beauDAILY TRAINS 3 3 ty and comforts of tho world, physi "Why did you quit?" to "Wall, dar wus numerous presures cally and morally, has a low appreciTIIK CAST AND KOKTI1. brought to bar agin de olo man. Da ation of lifo's duties nnd privileges. FrtS Tartar Can as.l Niwlli; raihra Wlltwut charged me wid stealin' a ham fur one 111 ant?. "At a political meeting nt San Anthing, and 'vised mo ter quit." 1 4 DAILY TRAINS tonio, Texas, n man was seized with "Why, they couldn't provo that you laughter, nnd his contortions became stolo tho ham, could they?" so great that it required several men to AXDTUi: WIST. "No, sah, dey couldn't, and ef I hold him, and ho did not becomo quiHroplng Uia an-- Iir (feaitm to St UMta Withhadn't 'knolcdgcd it dey nebber would et until morphine was administered. out Chango. had prubed it." It is supposed that the speaker said DAILY TRAINS 2 2 "Why did you acknowledge it?" in Pennsylvania I.onlsWIIc to Indianapolis, Chicago, tho independent) "Kaso dey found do ham under ray were sincere reformers and that StewAND TIIK NonTit Arknnsaw Traveler. bed, sah." art would poll half as many votes as Dajr Ceathaa . Otra FOR RENT! Cincinnati, New Orleans' & Texas Pacific rilUIICH IIIIIKCTIIIIT. xt Railway. I, . Klw, -l- luv J. avrfkrtyKindaymrnlngaiitl night. MeHlngaTharaJay nlihla, Sn.layrVhnol a. M. J. 8. Mhh, 8nrlnlrtnlenU lha 4 WMoan'a MtwlMMry 8nrle4r mrrta her on tha lat tsttailay In tth month, at a o'etotk. Mia. T. T, 1 BTHnniTr.iNlliTn rrafr W0 T. J. M. TIIIMTlin TivimiXjtmi B en "Vrofld al IVnrthIlaurii. laM. InrftWI Aug Mrellng arrry nfjht. AITIaTT.-lla- IartM, Irrhlmt. t l.n '( M " jHIMtl City "- Mat Ilnrmht. Arr. fcniiay Hrlmolal Sita a. u. ft. fi. Harrow CINCINNATI HltmtrillN lltVIRION. daperlHtewilml Ami iNkrt . I X.!- I SllltlSTtAN' -- WViTirrTfiy'lhii rmtrrgallniT?- HI'AIIIIM.1. IU. ..M t'.M. on rtrat aM Tlilrl (jWTldara. Punday fiehndl UMt4MMHn. .. ait a i II M al t It. Jm. Htrrranrr, Knperlntrnilenl. IS II ta maialrwn WIUTII -- llT. I.'m. MaiiT--I IjM liiBaaaai ll as t trill V. OHHfBiTKIIIAN, ror. ruHtor KuinUr rVlml atM. John XtokaallH IttS it ait Ut at1 rkt,RMiinien."iil. Union I'rayer Meeting W. on a jtlth lirMgo . . II 17 WodMMay nlihla IiTll i ia ia ai it 17 hlt V.lnrlay Tailor, (krtlfta rooming ami after-Boo- ..... sa r. It"! 11 i 'rl IS lWttwl Kprtag City rialtanifa . S nl llttsl "A.M. . t A.M. t M 7m!t tts a it at a I'.M. MUX 01' HUSINIXSSANIi MOXOMISTH IIOI ttas 14 Bit tt 7 at 7 HI KEAll- - . I.Te. UvlHantnaM. ' ' frlaiajnty " ltMikwl.. I'Mat flu r .. .. " - Junction Uly. .High Itrhlfa. NtvSwtMTllIll iMfltin. .. It) taw III lU 7H IN ar t law iSts. JS tag . tm lit 1 4 I I'M-- I . K A 1WK I a MtTMaa tKFr .N: wvnewir. CO., riwiaia ann rcatm raa vraaai.r rnraNil. nr triiik, " " " . . . . HUNDRED ACRES Haoke-liout- e, Arr. Cluelnnatl flrgtiwn.. . .. Allalla IHrmlnnlHini "niaoaloom UalntlMi til M 4 it it) 4la 7tt ttt 78j 19 tt 7 III I 4 4 t III PUHMtllKII HY Til II HrUlr3TIIHUT lit. Ml, IM HweMtltTAT, Nm YnflK. farma, AIkAHAMA HIIHAT MIUTliaUS'. I. to. LhalUiwoka...n al -, " . . rern-trl- h, -, ttnant-houi- Arr. Matldhin .. I.TO. " ....... .... .... .. ... - lt0 ( A.M. .ti.svia copitg, rr.v evitfrfc afMHua.i Aaa inf fa .lifmae, a4lhf We. un ar- Ida lltt N00 I M lit tnaa rUctTtnN. aaar raai will na aannattalal . . Mllt " TwaraliKiea " ' CtMUatHH-iM.- . Arr. I.TO. nifmloftham Allalla iewrl; It 11 throwglMMit tb I ailed (tales and Can.la ihI IS IkOMmfaarhnaa'aMtlaand HaMllllea aro atono I (ISO t 1ST ajrllost mttnoaoofi CaarMf vr ' .... eeiTfeo lw .niesiwcoa monaMura la lo .toriii rae- -. i' an.1 iiooi uaspariai tra-i- e leMiwllal newspaper, laalaHlrlal lis weekly epltam of hankiitpl-et- a al Arr. Vlklmpgw.m. llrandon Forest. llrandott. JaekanH .m...., Korett VICKSIIUltd ANII MUHIIIIAN. MhMUii ia I .. I i us IN 18 41 worlh tho aubserlp Ion pelro TIhi aynoMe of nowat legal riccUfntM eooaillnlo an oaeeedloglr TahMtwoMUneo Aaiomiaaielal Iranaaelloia, In aro ewewttcg to 1 aworw ami mntn Iba wlv caaHwcHdonaMallatlasil WK tho InfarHutlon rwalalood la llaptllirt'a to of lb flta4 lwprt-an- t bath to snidoeta aal mtaVita-ieiec- i. Le. "kkal.ril Jaekaon ........ Arr. Merhllan ... . atn tiir taaHa akb auaerfitTwaaL MTiutinw liiatiwiKioT tmk emntn train inn nn- ana la atmarati nr tmiwintMi tu ll NaiiMianRT'a up to ilia imtia nr III 4 11 rtnucAtiox. t i ! VICKHIU'ltH, HIIIIKVEIMHI AND Arr. Monroe I.to. Monro I.ve. YJkhsirg....MMW " Helta nH ll ... lltt IS list 1M COI.l-IIKA. pROWlfe " Helta .... Arr. YirkaiNiFg. .. m n'y.rtnelnnatl, Ohio: K. 1. WIIJtN. O.V. and Il'y. l. A t'ln. r m. A. II UrHmmII, O ; II. A. " lfy. ll J. UAIltlY, 11 I' A V. A M M'y, Vriwlwni. Mia.. JiiK I. MiOUIIiail. I' A. V., H. A Monroe. I.a. JOHN KCOTT, V. I'. an.1 O.a. Mm. On. Hon CONDENSED TIME. & IRON wasaEona P1AHWI YZJ TTER t h.iii,k.i tiiaiss m mm; BITTERS I j am . iioi.vii Noirrii. i, im. .. . Lt. ItkwMOftd arr. I.I Crah nrelaml ... ... Maohml. Unoaster.. 1,tn..... C1ly. .. .' .. Si. 11 Huh. -. ,7 tHaaa " ' a corljin imou'vs iho.v iiirrmiH mjulrliiR n complclo ttmlo; flip alt iIImoukch nine-cilnl- nro ly Sholbr MIItImIMmh. IManiJisMliM... Now Hart- - ...- Arr laitiansu JaaM-ttm- ia i1 II wS If " at " 10 47 0 ttuaiamaHJoMtiMi. Uabrllea. ii It 1 1 pM tt II " " TiutNH ouinii Murrii. 9aaH Oab Orchard. Arr. UTlagaton ... I.to. lneoatar Arr. Kleb. I.to. I. ItSt. iRi." liws. 0! 1 l.e. 64fcrJ.. iMttoallla. . . IIMiu ttt pui .! ' in iw tie " .. " ImmU nl' Knrrc)-- , Itttvi orHlrt-iijcOi- , clo. KurkliiM Uio IiIihmI, ntroiiKtli-rtritho mtiacloa), nuil Rlvi-- s now llfb lo tli ncrtrn. AeM tlLo n olinriii uit llti (1iKOllvt (irxntfa, lYiiiiovliiK all il)K-illxyrniitoms Midi n InslliiK din HmkI, lli'loliliiff. in I In- - HtsiiiHU-lt- , Ileal oto. Tlu mil) Iniit l'ln'tmi-ailiii- t Hint Mill mil lil.ii l.i-- tliti tot'llt or Ivi' In. Knlil by all UrtiK-f- li ill !?UKI it IhiIIIo. o ImllitiMiliiii. IVwprs, IVmit nT AihIIIi-- ( M I'.UOWN ( 4 Louisville Cincinnati! PULLMAN PALACE CARS Ulllo lhM, MaMla, Moaitgwaaory, and New Orleawf. Emegranta toToxaa Imtw thelt eawtoaoftworasaUa Tla MafdAUor Tla Now Octwaa. Tlsae aaoeh qtslekorafhl ralea lower than by any other route. It It also tho To irabH IIKMITAIi CO. ItitltllllOM-- , Mil. tHAet. m- 'rr r ., t I, . . . Hon I t i a(V Cn4Wm - r tvf .Mnil, TUTT'S PILLS SYMPTOWIS Ijowelsj liouisvillc lo St. TiOiiis 1 Indiatui. Iowa, Nebraska, Colorado Arkaaoaa Only ono rJuago to Chleaa, HI .oakt aad lal. For fait her iolbrKaltoa about tiekota lo the HohIIi. Kaaaaa, Colorado, aa I oa Istraat rale to fWikla, addreea V. V. AT.MOIti:. lien. I'aaa. aad Ticket Agt., Loalsrllle, Ky Or F.J Anthony, Agt.. ntaaford. Ky. QUICKEST, OIIEAPm' AND BEST lhwta to all (olnu In Mlasuiirl, Kaaaaa. Illinois. OF A THE NEW ROUTE EAST, aaJ Chair Without Change. TtirMah For WhiIiIiieIoii. Ilallliimro, I'llllmlrl-fililit.rt link ami lloMnn, , WASHINGTON! THi: O.MiY LINK KLWMNH the Head, with a .lull acnaatlon In lha baric part, l'w unlcr tho Hhoulder blado.fiilliiaaannor ontinp, with a to exertion rf body or mind. Irritability of temper, Low aplnta, with a feeliue of liavlni; neclocted aomeduty, Woartnoaa, Diaaln.-aa- . Flutlrrlni. at the) Heart, Dote before tho cyci. Yellow Hkln, Headacho eenertiljr over tha right eye, Heatleaaneu, with f.lful drenma, tilghly oolurod Unue, and dlaln-clinatiRMawSaStJMaaaUahamaatatfaaawaTaafJaSaa TORPIP LIVER. In Ix of Appetite, coatlve l'aln Thll la the Virjr Ihmt lkm U, a You Hare No Chang of Train. CONSTIPATION. a if 8 -- Hare Through Ilai I'oarlirion illTralnat HiaVlu)(chinfuofriri gattlug flrit of aeata In cara of ronnwtlnf Ma. To Indlanapolh anJ Havo No Midnight Cbansoa I llonra lo jUianre of Arrtre at EU Othrr I. Inn, thenur irturlnc wore IIhh Ili al lr iholM SOLID TRAINS, WITH TrTTS nril.USartTfpprclalljrniUpledto otimloio rlfrclti mirhn chnnxo nth atTj. rnf n ti ntiinlh tha ufTrrcr frrllnc i liiriTAW lit e4iiMillr,aitiil niuMi th !k1 rultr uiiy rir.h, tli us tho lystrm thla ti i niMirlcliiHl riituli Arllun on ff mnn. Krciilitr htiMila Iklxrllti L Ou. Y. x ?i.irtu rU Pullman Sleeping Coaches 1 T OIF'S HAIR DYE. (laav lIiiuriRWiiitKrna rhanced toanuaur lltarK by aainglnapplirati innruila line Itlin color, au ta Inauntanouusly 4rt--n- a jj r line iltlj I "o ,lho ihorea lit patroua j le ol Lata Michigan. Chkaj Ma, awl th only rHe along Ac, apply to From LOUISVILLE To WASHINGTON, TIIKOUOHTIIK (Pr. TlrUct Agi'iitK of CiMlliirllni; I.llirx, or auJrwa It. N. IIIMMVN Southern I'm rut r Agt.. S i:. Cor. till aud Malu bia.,Luularlllr, Kj. w. n. hiiati uc. w w. rrAiioDY, Hen. Kupt., Kor Tltketi, IlatN. TIum, vwy -- a natural Hold y liniggiaia or sent by eiprraa on receipt of 11. . 3--t JlfltltAV NT., .NEW TOIIIC. TITT MUCH f .I..WU I,IkIIm u4 luetleu -- III Be aulU4 I kll iali.l THE DISEASES OF YOUTH and MANHOOD Grandest Scenery in America! Iepot fur Clmiiinall. Ucn. 1'aM. Agt., WMP 1 jj ACUIDETOHrALTH WITH- GuHoectiBg direct In IVnn. KENTUCKY --THE CENTRAL DV nx I B. Ballimore,Philaclelphia&N. The Only Direct Line to Y. huge, It THE PUBLISHER, 6bJLaT j vs.. lr..i, rinllnns lire whlili Al'lllhli trsi ur Inn OUT MEDICINE IAN ii rrar'a rl. ii, lloirt poison i hIi III "as. hut ret II a ami aml'l UuvVs, ni'ixo Do mil M.rlili Urn 1'rit a 2fil IS AHHreas lluui- - 214, MilwauVeo, Wis. MOST DKsJIltAUI.K IIOUTK TO VirRlniu anil lli OiroIliiiiN. Tlrketa are ou aalo at prlmlpal Thlet IIIBeea, ami at the limeral (Hike rilie C A O Hallway, at :il( Mt-- t .11 nl ii hlrt-rl- , l.oulnillli-- . l'or further Inferniatlon, adJ-ea- a J. C IUINHT, flcneral bouthweslriii Agoul, lulaillu. :. . H.nrrii, ii. w. iiii.i.i:it. llen'l Managor, Oeu'l I'aaa'r Ag'i Anil iUd.lf.lly I ho Popular Iloule, aUorJleg. aa It tloca, lewa ihaugea aiul aujrlur awomiuodatlona to CINCIIfNAXI! Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, Mi! . S3 IFRfEB! RELIABLE SELF-CUR- E m . l.sl.. .a rt ItTwnn- pntmipnon ni rni ui at. II .uu t UVn. HDltM. tftlHl UI IYIU1 (or Uiwfur vtA erram UrbitltVi .now r'lrrd' ul Mutthootl, II ra.MOi and irruv Dru.niiij cvu fill . W puiu cuv1uh .ddru OH, WARD & CO., LouIiUoa, Mo, ht iJa i lut. M The North, Norllnrratand Weat. In fart. If you In inlW4te a trip by any illrMtloii, your InlMMt purchasing your lleim ria !23J, will he twtaMKl K.C. and Cincinnati. Z'lraluapatli way i, Pull man I'alaeo' an; Kltgant New Day Coachea, ami h.iiilaoMlr furnished Ueolliilnc Chair t'ara luriu tho uiiwiiall oulvinoula of thla Old HellaMu, Semi-Weeklthftby nuking a trip orr thla Hue ono ol luxurious comfort aud pleaiuro. Try It. TIMETAllLlI. IN tKtXOT MAY nowsiav HtjHI AtTmlwH 1I 4 Umtf A y GRAND COMBINATION. 1532, ' rtit.Hr Interior Journal And tho UvHIHtf llMMlrMt, tkB IrrittalU I Mrrrijrlki , IsOHarrbiftt, j ttit II ill OttrclMllr IfteUtJ If II sUlUl, I ItllMtal. H4 III wm ti All lllm, II, liiiUrillo 118J. South. Lie. Corlnglou ... " Kaliuouth.. (No a oo jl 41 IU 11 I 4 So.tT 4 Ko.nr hi 7 40 p iu ui iu m w m w iu in Weekly Courier - Journal Duo year lor 8:i.fl0-two (.'(siiii.rtaftr aarrM Uftr ftlla.(, ll lwtaj Irittw, J ft, it, bt, hi. UwU, H. AUrotm lilt. Ill TJN, J.H I A 1ILUIII.1I it It Till Wl V KAUt. ' ' I bf dtirlUi IrtilWfllt "fin, III ..I l. ,,f UMaV tattlla " Cjnlblani... Arr. Ili4itu I,ie. Iilugtou .. Arr. Wlnchnlvr.. Mt. StMllug AahUud Hunting to".. " 1'ark.. . a ui 4 to n W a w 5 17 p aa a u 6 OS p I p m 7 00 p p 7 i oI 8M p Sp 3 III I U 7 as pur It SI a a o P w 1 14 a am p ui SMpui than Iba prltw of one. pira rr Utile mora, iHi 0 so 7 Ol Hy paying in J M you will reewtre furoao year your hoaoo paper with Ilia Courier-Journalha reprvMBUII.o newspaper of Hi houili, mid lUr brig hi eat and aliloal tamlly Weekly In tho Unlled aTtalcw. lhuw who dtfelro lo oaauilnoa can ilo au at hh pie nopy ol the Courier-JournIII1SUUH4. HARRIS REMEDY TTwaajaH a r i ts.i.i. ..4 h.u ( 'HlaVil rDOF.IURUIS' PA3TIUE RIU(DT H (1 .axmajHra. Hut Mltvfa tb MilWr ,r CO.rHMj ii.u. u4 $3BEZmk a. a ta.b to (l.'MUMi ,. i. uii '11 II j trwtl4aarif'ltUkr'Mrtia(.atUt. diax a. i aiiil Uit( ttt rTiiTiTTT t II. it 9 (lllUMlakfrJtaaat.lBilhak.alf .lit.) fl, h.m t wall U 4Hi niM, rkttttAMwMrlo ur hhi rdW vu f letlWa. tw4t n nm .iftj rbiitfia rrMt.itrat I itiu.UtMi a4 r man tj kuaMa gwtj , ttni4ir UkftMf atatxt, r Is. I (UMlk ftatataU), I. hi. No. 1 !,. " Lit. " ii HuullRgluil. AaJiWiKl Arr. " Arr. II Ma tu S at a WlnabaHtr li Mt p iu 0 II a LaulngUHi ... 1 IS p M 7 M) a lAiluglou. . 1 0(1 p w 7 so a St p ui a Xt a l'arli. a SO p iu CratliliiuL. 49 V tu iou.1 a PaiMoittb Corlajtoa .... C 15 p iu II 45 a Mt. sterling ui a iu 1 1 St a to 4 ..i .i M.WMPge i.. i. lUliu ul ui a ui ui iu ml in iu . . ... a so aMau am I l wiui t IMI.IMI t 1 No. It No. 14 u Maia(llloS4Saui Ns, II " I'arla fl SO a ui. l.. lilngtu MAYtiVILLK IHV181UN. Arr. MayavllloS Wuu bp Na. It " MajirlllISJii iiaiiigiou u aani Mayaflllo IOjiu I'ariat, Ui.Ipui nun l . llu.'llAurauIt' ,t 'hmi ii nrt.h im t a thai have iu lis 1 , m iiallh mi r I me i tour iaut I nun u nimii upr r, i j any d IWJti tuain lilnr-- i llTlaiti i ll ili 11) .orier- IMM lift ro ulll nut bliirkrn Ihf terih.au cinmelrrlUcvf trtmprriMirttltoHM. Hull iHtliitalHe Hill orm. it anria-'-- i i ' .t rl Lmrl Li r Ner -- llAliii.U 1 1 1 1: j' N nt i I.- - I r I M iiiait.i miiuu wuui '" ., ipiLvliau dpi this Kriat and lucuuipar- ti ) knit i lari In M; i, iu Ii a unpouud ii iniiriuju u; 1'U Hull Urn AMI llJa, rvr I t !x 'a aL ' tcx I I. i, at tu i.. iiaiiTKU-hi tnx urn inai uu. amlanluil 'iitpsla, ini and Iu au eaiHritiaaof a - f Bin li'M Slid U ah Avenue. Tralua N. 1 aad Z rvn dally; all ulbua dally Matfptfhitiday. Hpoelal Itate lo IJtolaranli. For tlkMa, raloaaiidlubruMlloii itrlaluluglo Uki tMiMaHloua, Ao , mU oii or a4draa B. T. KWIIT, Agt., Uxinalea. CUAIt. L. IIUOWN, O I'. AT. A. J. U. liLLISON, Urn'l Manager. iVirera anil lintwti'iire BT THE DR. HARTER MEDICINE CO., 213 MANUFACTURED II riibfniMo Iu ttncrt JLUllItu, 1j" of Attitr-tll- t, frost nit Inn of I ilul N.MAIN ST... T. LOUIS.