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Semi-weekly interior journal: August 22, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882082201_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: August 22, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi weeklii VOLUME X.-NUM- m 22, 1882. luck-hringc- lonfiml. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER BER 510. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 71. Sttnrtftlilijnltriorlournal Labels for fruit Treet Uhat is a Mateotttf Sfar Marriagt. CIICRCD DMKCTOftT. Tho ordinary wooden or metal labels, Both dictionaries and scholars fail A curious enso relating to lffETII0I)IHT,B0UTH.-UK- T. J. 8. Bl, Ff status of former slaves has just written on witli indcliblo ink or pencil, to answer tho question, which tho op- 111 tor. tJervlceiovcrTSumlarinornlngand night. W. A WALTON, - - - Mitora'ndPropnttor Fraver Meetings Thursday nlghta. tjundar School been decided by (ho Supremo Court of and fastened with wire, aron nuisance, era with that tiflo constantly raises itIM 1. II. J 8, hlinf, (Superintendent Th dim-T. ft, WALTON, But the visitors Woiiun' InMlMlontrr Society o'clock.htra on th In Butints Manager Alabama. Tho controversy was be- as all who havo used them will sgrco. what Is a mnscotto? Mn. T T. Sutiilir ruh month, it S tween two women, each of whom Tho best label is mado from old sheet ot Monto Carlo tell us it is fetich a lutlrva, I'mldenU M. Dicck, rMtor7HMTkt f. VuhUmUnl TllrKitdW Mint i'rtilitU'f claimed to bo tho widow ofUus Wnsh zinc; tho older and moro corroded it is All gamblers aro super- BArflHT. KV. Fourth HuDJt ji, mornlne. and ami afterI'ruyet Mwtlnf, ington nnd entitled to tlriivor in his the better. They can le had nt nny stitious, and draw their inspirations night, HunJuj- School at S.30 A. WednmdtyBarrow Opora Houso Block, Ky., noon, u. IU E. -iHa.tio ,J5i3ii A.r;vi.pr. Superintendent. Kdlo hnd been tin chop, cut to order, for about Ono nnmed cstnto. from tho oddest circumstances. A 1)12A.TVZ11H IN ? cents per hundred. married to him in 1817, when both They mascolto may lie a sou or a sixpenco inillllttTIAN.WonhlpliTlha congregation Cor nj iom flar rreacningbr ir J W. Vo TAe 0rryi 5Aof. MllHlf-lt- l . Hall Paper. on Urn and Third Lord' dan. Sunday School RriiKH, wcro slaves.of tho samo master. Tho should bo cut fivo or six inches long, with a Iiolo in it, n button, n lock of at IS. Joe. Heferance, Superintendent. ItOOliH, IiiNlriiineiilM, Liquors, C'luiiiicnlM, A reporter ol tho Hnltimoro AmeriI curs. .Niatloitcry, n 1'ockct Iter, SOUTH S. I'll I ills ceremony was performed by a colored about an inch wldo at ono end, tnper hair, any thing whcli the punter has can thin describes ono of the ninny JL roy, paitor. Sunday Htkool at 10 W. NonpH, Cuttiery, OIlH, Tolmrco. Biiperiniendenw Union Prayer Meeting on in ono of tho minister with tho consent of tho mas- ing to a point at tho other other. associated with a lucky turn. Alms Wedneada ArniM, I'crfiiincry, I.anipH, Fire Machine procewes of nuking shot nlfht. IVccUlcH. ter. Tho two lived together as hus- Writo tho namo, date of planting, or to licggar mascotte; denial of alms s of tlint city: Ono of tho ('ptlcnl (Joods Department I In Charge of Col. Our Jcuclry, MlTcnraro nml band nod wife till tho full of 1800. anything clso of special interest in con- mascotte; seeing n hunchback or a "iorota" of tho inamifncturo is tho' lios. Itlcliards, ttIioitIII Itcpnlr Watches ami Clocks l'roiniitly ami In the best mascotte; meeting a tho husband, lcing of nection with tho tree, on tho wido end white horso style mixing ot tho lend with n certain pro- At that timo Tlireo years n frccdman, took out a liconso of tho label with n common lead pen- black cat mascotte. portion of a combination of mineral course EDWARD H. FOX, Propr., and married another woman, and cil, and wind tho tip sovcrnl times ngo a little hunchback at Monacy do- Tho temsubstances called "temper." North-EaCorner of Main and Third Street, lived with her until tho timo ho died. around a small limb. As the treo rived largo returns from standing near per infused with tho lead, anil gives And under theso circumstances grows, tho label will unwind without tho tablo nnd rubbing his hump at tho DANVILLE, - - KENTUCKY the moiilten metal that consistency called upon to decido injury to tho tree, and it is only neces- request of the players. Ho had a tarinml without tho Court was which makes it drop, recently refilled rar room, with all of the AllRMNf I, 18S2. which ol tho two had lieeu tho lawfnl sary to movo it to a smaller limb ev- ff". Once, 6 francs; a long rubbing, lta,lm modern ImproTtmenti, Inow hart the which tho lead would ha moulded by wifo. It has peon decided in favor of ery four or fivo years to provent it 10 francs; for stauding half an hour Finest (Inllcrr In Central Kentucky I Willi this la(c we cnlcr on our hccoiiiI year In the Grocery thcT ecivo. and would form little ono claiming by virtue of thoslavo from falling to tho ground. Tho pen- behind a certain player and not rub- When jrou Tlilt Dantllle, don't fall to call and ace IiihIiio8 In .Slauioril. Our hiicccrh Iiiih reached our hlghcM cx initcad of rouitd shot. When "11 tho Keipectrullj, holds that slaves wcro cil marks can bo easily rubbed off at bing for others, 20 francs. At the end me. to ho made, marriage. It pcclatioiiH. lie (ukc Mils opportunity lo lliaiik our frleiulH for IV shot, for instance, nro 1 ElMVAHIt II. FOX, not competent to enter into a valid first, but soon form a chomical union of tho season, returning to Paris on tho lend hi poured into n pan perfora1'hotosraphcr Kj. (leologlcal Surrey their very liberal putronriBe ami iiHsiire (hem rilioulil they Hlill marriage contract or hold tho legal ro- with the zinc, and ufier months be- tho train, ho was seen to throw nway ted with holes corresponding to that honor iih with their trade, It will beour caracul endeavor to tation of husband and wife. llut in como perfectly indelible. After such his hump. Mascotto is tho opposite site. ThaJittle pellets como pouring SMALL FARM FOIt SALE. 1805, tho Constitutional labels hnvo been in uso about ten of jettatura or tho ovil eye. September, It. down in a continuous shower, and fall of Alndama declared that years, tho writing is plainer than when lining We cau lie found at the name old place with the largcHt nnd wnler on tho Convention On the Blue Danube. A cores- vately mymoeed lo Nlcholaarllle, I will Mil priinto tnnk filledkwilh Farm, containing about all freed men nud freedwomen then first written. The zinc used must be pondent, describing a trip down tho niONt complete Hloclc ofiJroecrlcH, lucciiriwnrc, Ac, In the city, ground floor. In their decent of two living together and recognizing ono old and corroded or tho writing will Danube, iu Austria, suys "Tho float- ONE HUNDRED ACRES all of which will he Hold at the lo.vent pouallilc marKln. hundred feet they becomo perfect another as husband and wife should not show plainly. lallea about ing grain mills on tho Danube nro its On the Dintllle A Stanford Tike, good Vt or culspheres, firm ami dense, nnd they nro from Dantllle. The place la In a itate hold" that relation under tho law. Tho Hewed lully, MoALISTER & BRIGHT. cool when thoy strike tho Tin: Cost ok a Shot. Oen. Lor-in- most curious feature. Fancy two ca- tivation, all In gra.a except about SO acreij that to tolernhly go In imalt grain. The houke la In good repair and Supremo Court decides that this was who had cxperi-enc- nal boats moored parallel to each oth- contain 7 room, alto pantry, wood.house, cUtern water, although tho swift concussions flower-pi- t, alat the door, n ratification of tho marital relations in tho Egyptian army and built er in about fifteen or twen- most new barn, tenant mako tho tank fonm nnd huhhle as if house, Ac, and as fine fruit of every description as then existing between Gusnnd.nml somo of tho forts at Alexandria, says ty feet apart, and supporting between any ouo wants- apples, pears, peaches, plums, chertho water wa. boiling furiously. Tho ries, graes, damsons, almost any thing you may Kdio Washington, and that his sulxo-(jue- that tho Egyptian gunners had no el, fall in tho water, for if they them the crank of a gigantic shot mutt call for. I'lentr of stock water. In sight of school house, one shop, two iuIIm marriage with tho other claim- experience iu firing the great Armturned by tho current of tho from water mile from blacksmith healthy place for should strike any firm substance they mill. Lilatresaingly TIiImIVcw Mill, containing the latent and tho doctors. In IS years never paid f doctors ant was voiiK strong guns in tho forts; that he told stream. Fancy, moreover, the sides Mils. I refer youto MtM.T. M. Llllard, II. M. would lo flattened and knocked out of Llnney, W. II. Oentry: also iwllctH perok tub Noirrir. Tho the Khedive that practice was neces- of ono of these boats carried up ono Hvsa on the place, and Thomas Sam Johnson, who Flowers shape. To get tho littlo Metcall, Stanlurd JOHN MKTCAI.r-- . Ky. fectly dry after they have beeu in tho floral business is now ouo of tho best, sary, but it cost nbout 8100 each time story higher than tho other, then roof- Address C7 Nlcholasvllle, inono of them was fired, and ho could ed over a la Noah's ark, with windows "well," is the most difficult and troub most prosperous and most rapidly For iiiaiiulnciiirlii); meal and Hour, Ih now lu full operation. Wc will Krind for ciiNtouicrH, for the prcHCiit, on Tucfuhiy, lesdme process of the wholo manufa- creasing of nny in tho country. In not afford practico at that rate. That and doors as needed, and you will Thurpulay, Friday and Saturday of each week, and on is now ex- is ono of tho beautiea of thegreatgum; havo a fair idea of these Danube grain Stanford Female College. cture An elevator with Btnall buckets Now York 810,000,000 Court-Dnyand all other public dayx. iVc Holicit a liberal tdiarc .STANFORD, KY. like thoso utcd in flour pended for flowers annually, ond as it costs so much to firo them that it mills, some four or five thousand of (very much of patronage and still endeavor to give entire Kit Ufaclloii. mills) carries tho shot up as fsvnt as much as 85 given for asinglo rosebud. can not be nfforded. In this progress which, iu groups of ten or twelve to thoy reach the bottom of the well, ond The town has gouo flower mod, nnd tho great guns will becomo effective gether, are scattered along this watery With a Full Corps of Teachers, deposits them in a box GO feet above no ono can oat or dance or marry or pencemnkers, because neither sido can highway all the way from Vienna to This Institution will open Its Thirteenth Session Alit a n on hand and fornale. IliRhcHt cash price paid for Corn, on the 2d Monday In September next. Each mill is inscribed tho first floor. Tho water drips from dio without n shower of flowers, and aflord to fire them. Tho cost of firing Belgrave. Wheat, sArc, Orders left at Mill promptly attended to. ALL THE BRANCHES OF A the buckets as they go up, and not this cruzo is spreading. And here let ti,e Uritiali 80 ton guns must bo 8300 with its owner's name." & much is poured into the recciverabove, ui call tho attention of our florists to lo goo. Tho Inflexible fired wild tho ten TH0R0UGHENCUSHC0URSE About Peanuts. For although it is intended to be a sort of tho fact that they do not mako sufli ,10 rjrel ,iay but got tho range better years 1870-188- 0, tho peanut crop in Are taught, a well as dripping machine. From this receiv- cicnt display of their goods. In vain on the second. this country was 8,100,000 bushels MDHIO. THE LANGUAGES. DBAW. er the shot runs down a "pout, into n havo wo searched their windows over INO AND PAINTING. Lvi Smith, who recently died in 4,200,000 lrom Tennessee, 3,200,000 T -'-- '' IB-Sdrying pan, which greatly resembles a ,or. . Shelby county, this Siaie, leaving a from Virgiuia, and 700,000 bushels made of sheet iron. Tho nothinc but Mniohca vases and dried gigantic shoo, largo family and fine property, was from North Carolina. The crop last In Tuition, prices range from S2S to $50 In lb pan rests nt an angle which permits grasses; whereas, in tho North, theso born without legsnnd with but . year was :;, u.uuu bushels, anu tno regular Departments. lit; Intermedials the wet shot to roll slowly down to the windows attract and win customers by Ho rode horseback, was a good rifle- average price was 7 cents per pound, 130; Freparatcuy, f to, and Collegiate, ISO. chamber below, ntid tho pellets become tho magnificent floral displays they shot, and could ascend a stairway as twenty-twpounds to the bushels. It For full particulars, aa to Board, Ac, addreaa Now Orleans Times. perfectly dry as they psw over the contain. I'rlucliml "legs. As is tho retailer that makes the mouey. MFJ. N. . TRUEIIEAKT. a mau blessed with two good Stanford, Lincoln Co., Ky. warm sheot iron. liayc bought out my brother, It. II. Wenreii, Hooks Hound in, Human Skin. an illustration of his intelligence and Peanuts are sometimes as low as 3 or 5 At the Old Pkicb Still. "Mr. "Yes said an old bibliophile, with a spirit, a writer in the Shelby Sentinel cents a pound, but the consumer finds MEN OF 1IUSIXESS AXUCCON03IISTS and will continuo the Furniture and Undertaking Thompson," she began as he was about beutnoso, deep set eye, and a sallow, says tho cruelly curtailed boy once no abatement in tho price of his measbusiness the same stand, in the St. Asaph Hotel SHOULD HEAD complexion, "there came to Louisville with a wagon-loato pats out, "you have boarded with parchmeut-likure of nuts. At 7 cents a pound, a building. will keep a stock of Furniture of evbushel will bring 81.51, which, pedmo for tho past six years"' havo been Iwoks bound in human skin. of wheat, nnd mutinied n goods-boery description and sell llgures that cannot bo beat"Iteniatacd with you yes." Some years ago the Constitution of the while tho wagon was unloading. A dled out at ten cents a pint, brings in A alXTKEif-riOen. My stock of Collins and Caskets will be compre OF TBADK, WKEKLT JOURNAL o AMD FUHL1C XCOXOMT. "And nowitiswith a feeling of French Hepuhlic of 187-1- , bound in gentleman pausing by bad his sympa- 80.40. or at 5 cents a pint, 83.20 a hensive. Shrouds and llobcs always on hand. I also sorrow that I force myself to in human skin, was sold in Paris. It thies aroused by the Iwy's malforma- fair profit to the curbstone dealer. repair and do carpenter's job work. CO., PUBLISHED BY TUE BHAUSTrtEET form you that, owing to, tho high prico came, I believo from the Mcudon tan tion, and tendered him a piece of monAlexander II. Stephens has lived a 29, 531, 2S J Eroidway, New York, by telegraph promptly attended to.) (Orders B. K. WEAKEN. nery. There is iu tho public library ey. Unable to resent the insult by a littlo over 70 years, and in that time madam, Owing to the of Dury St. Edmunds an octavo vol- blow, Smith cursed the philanthropist, he has been five times elected to the Terms, 3.00 per War in Atranci, Including Potlagt, high prico of strawlicrrics you must umo bound with the skin of a hanged telling him if were a little blacker he Georgia legislature, thirteen times a sikole copies, te.v cents. chnngo to dried apples. Very well, . murderer, and 1 heard of a llussian (Smith) would buy him. will bk representative in the Congress of the srEcwkN ronci rLICATION.iext ihekon ar- npple-sass- ." madam, bring on your poet-whpresented his lady lovo with higlilTTruportant United States, once to the Senate of In reg! t0 to the high newsaper, the As a financial anJ commorclal "Mr. Thompson, owing a sot of his works bound iu tho skin of questj0t ..jjow mnch wheat does it tho United States, but was not allow- foremost purpose or BaiDSTslKX'a Is to lie of pracservice to business men. lis special trade and beef, I prico of tical his own leg, which was amputated uko ,0 mako n onrrt. 0ffiourr tho ed to take his seat, was Presidential Industrial reports; Us weekly epitome of bankrupt-cle- a throughout the United states and Canada aud "You must change from mutton to somo months Sun. are m.;ean ililltr says: "It is strange elector for the State at largo on tho tbe summaries of assets and liabilitiessynopsesalone Jforo.N.Y. lias Just Oponod a Fino Stock of codfish; very well, Mrs. Smith, you of worth tbo subscrlp'lon price. The constitute Tho following i tho shortest nud that a question which is so elementary Douglas and Johnson ticket, was a recent legal decisions commercial an exceedinglyin have my consent." transactions, valuable feature. Aa secession convention tbe wider sense, are coming to be more and more "Mr. Thompson, becfs so dear most.accurnto method of computing and nt the very foundation of a great member of the conducted on a statistical basis, the Information Is of industry, should bo nsketl aud receivo of Georgia, was elected to the Confed contained In UaiDJTRKsvr'amiddle-me- tbe first Importinterest known, nud it is worth " that I must ant both to producers and Multiply the principal by so manv different answers. Statistic crate Congress, was chosen "Certaiuly, I see; wo havo had Consisting of SITUATION AORICt'LTURAL AND THE TRADE under the Provisional Governians estimate fivo bushels of wheat as TliaOUOIIOUT THE UKITED STATES AMD CANbeef twice or three times during tho tho number of days, nnd divide : ADA IS RKPOSTID UT TKLEaRAPlI TO SKADSTRKKT'a equivalent to a barrel of flour; aud ment by that Cougress, and was electVP TO THE HOUR OP Ifnt 5 per cent., by 7200. past year, but owing to tho prico you PUBLICATION. 0 per cent., by 0000. millers reckon all tho way from this ed vice President of tho Confederate If at must chango to spring lnmb. Very point down to four bushels nnd ten States for a terra of six years. And GO 33 AWT J If at 7 percent., by 5113. well, Mrs. Smith, don't put overaix GO AVJ3T I pounds. But four bnshels nnd thirty now he is to be Governor. Ifnt 8 per cent., by 1500. dinner, as I am GO NOUTH! of 'om on my plate- at by tho pounds aro ordinarily reckoned If at 9 per cent., by 1000. Wall now." Pocket cutlery is reported to havo not feeling VIA LOUISVILLE IfatlOpcrcent., by 3 GOO. average miller as tho amount of wheat engaged the attention of the Tar ill Also, a Nico Lino of AND THE Street Daily News. Ex Commission yesterday. Possibjy the at 11 percent., by 3273. necessary for n barrel of flour. If Hy ro DnuNKKNNias. Cuitn rou & MISSISSIPPI If at 12 per cent., by 3000. tho wire means A luge quantity of ice was recently man at the other end of quest of sovoral subscribers wo aguiu by 27G0. If at 13 to iutimato that the houorablo Comdisposed of to dealers iu Now York at givo tho remedy for drunkenness I am oponing daily a Full lino ot tho Boat Goods in tho Markot, to bo 3 DAILY TRAINS 3 Ifnt 14 percent., by 2571 . tho day whittling and sold at Bottom Fricos. Call and oxamlno. 81.50 per ton, or 7Jc. per huudred. missioners spent which wo gave two or throe years ngo. If nt 15 per cent., by 2 100. jack-knivWashington Louisville to Cincinnati! Consumers will bo ablo from this data swappiug Pulverize ono pound of fresh l"iH tu TIM W- - HIGGINS. Salesman. THE EABT AND NORTH. What iu a census "family?'' to reckon up for themselves the prob Post. Peruvian bark, nnd soak it in ono pint New It is getting so the doctors can ro Free Parlor Cars audChange, Dar Coaclita Without of diluted alcohol. Straiu aud ovapo-rat- I had occasion to inquire concern- nblo profits of tho companies which cfcs ing tho nverago sua of tho family cir- chargo from 40c. to 50c. per huudred build a man as easily as a carpeuter down to ono half pint. For the WHOLESALE AND KETAIL DEALEB8 IN 4 4 DAILY TRAINS to privato customers. Storage, coat can n box. A Georgia doctor cut first and socond days givo a teaspoon, cle, and was dismayed at learn(St. Thorns three hours. If too much is ing that tho averago is produced of delivery, waste from melting, and out a man's diseased liver and put in ful every taken, headacho will result, and in by considering the inmates of ono "interest of investment" in plant aro, a mulo's in its stead, and now the man AND THE WEST. that caso tho doaos must bo diminished. house, whether it be hotel, tenement-hous- of course, to be accounted for. But is the champion foot ball player in Metln( Can auJ Day Coaihi-- la St. Louis WithSheet Music, Sooks, isi ill Kinds of Mu:I:il Htrchdia, out Chango. or private residence, to consti- it is the dealer who supplies the f a that region. Boston Post. On tho third day givo 2 2 DAILY TRAINS on tho fourth rcduco tho dose tute tho family. To illustrate: In a resident at from 75c. to 80c. Yonng women anxious for notoriety FOURTH ST., CINCINNATI, O. NO. 66 to fifteon drops, then to ten, then to square containing two hotels with 520 per hundred who may be expected to while surf bathing at Long Branch Loulstlllo to Indianapolis, Chicago, each retiro with a competency iu a year protend to venture out beyond their AND THE NOKTII five. Soveu days, it is said, will euro guost each, two tenement-houses- , Grand PIANOS, Square PIANOS, aud Upright PIANOS, New York Paper, Chair averago cases, though soiuo rcquiro u containing four families of fivo per- or two. depth, and then yell aud scream so Dar Coaches and Without Chaug. Cars Through Iu Ilosowood, Satiuwood, Mahogony, French Waluut anil Eboimeil dues, in whole month. This U Dr. Uogcr'a sons, fifty privato dwellings with ten somo youth cau rush out and save olegaut designs to corrasnoud with any style nt Furniture. It is pleasant to be old and For WiikliliiKluii. Ilnltliuiirr, I'lillmlrl. Now York Sun. persons iu cnchf and ouo household cure. pliln, Mw xiiih nun houiuii, even toothless, nud be ablo to them from a "watery grave." consisting of au old maid nnd her cat, Organs, Church Organs, ACCUHAOY IN TlSLKUKAl'JIINU. This la tha Virjr Brat KouU, aa You II av No Elegant Parlor Organs, OhaDel nt lifo and forlook beckon a There is a class of peoplo who, on uisugg vi sraiu. Thero is no rensouahlo excuso for inac- tho averago ot the "family" is twenty. tune. It lays a long way over dying their arrival at a seaside resort, regisWith ono Manual, with two Manuals aud PcdaU, containing the most beau Have Throsgh Dar Coschtson ill TralasI curacy in tho transmission of telo The Atiocialcd I'rett reporter at young and having a pretty little verso ter their names at a tiful, powerful and useful combinations ever procured hotel; Havo No Midnight Changes graphic messages. Tho instruments Gardiner., Me., is untitled to ouo of of poetry on a little headstone. in reed Instruments. tho fact is announced in a newspaper, 23 Arilvt at St. Louis li Hours la jUtinr of make no mistakes, nnd it is possible tho prizes. His description of the Uhown's Ikon liirmts. Without ex and then they go to a cheap cottage. Olh.r Llats, thcnljr smirlng mora lima Ur We invite tho public atteutiou to our large aud well selected stock oi by double instrumental records or oth- recent conflagration iu that city was making change of cars and getting trat ttioli. Good health I maintained and nourishception, there it no remedy o strengthen PIANOS and ORGANS, aud our unequaled facilities for funiiahiuR delivery a masterly bit of ol asala In cars of connecting Hoes. erwise, to insure the certain "A ing In its e licet as Drown' Iron Hitter. 11 ed bj proper attention to the requirement! 31 tho best cluba of instruments at low rates. We purchase for uet cash iu It might high wind now sat in," ho says, "and you with to be strong ami to enjoy the full of tha body, and the avoidances of eicetw-en- . 8 of the messago received. house in this city. The expense of our 8 i To !udlauaiKla aud Chltago, aud tha oulv larger quantities than uuy other is far leas than some 'housa littlo more care and n higher drovo tho firo with great fury down exuberance, of perfect, robust health, put It la waated or destroyed by overtax- ao'llna giving ltaaltous rid aloug PIANO and ORGAN Department We haro reached lower es doing exclusively a Piano aud Orgau trade. grade 'of" operativo abilityf but tho Uridgo street, eating up tiers of tene- your trust in Ilrown's Iron littler. It will ing the mind with atudy, anxiety, evil hab. ""lllitiuoresot UsoUlihlgan. prices than havo been tendered by any dealers In this market, and guarantee companies can aflod that, aud tho ment Houses iu its path, liko melting not dUaiipoInt you. A friend write : "For It, Intemperance or vicious indulgences' 'ly to all instruments as represented. For Tlcktls. Kites. Time, Ms, Ac, We sell on easy monthly or quarterly s, 1 from physical exlituatlon Keep the body and brain well balanced by Ticket Agent uf Coiuieclliitf Linen, or publio should accept riothlog less from snow under tho tropical heat of mid- year luflertd and any instrument taken on trial, not proving as represented, ma and declining health. Now I om a (trong freely using that friend of temperance nnd add let a K.N.HKOHN Buulhern IVsMOger Agt.. tho companies than a full aud exact summer." Beautiful ideal Melting a iron. I imed Ilrown'n Iron Hitter." De- good health, Drown' Iron ltllters; thui We solicit correspondence witli person desirH. E. Cor. till and ililn Bis., Louisville, Kjr. be returned at our expense. dischargo of tho duty undertaken by snow eating a tier of tenenient'liousesl pend on Drown' Irou Hitters for strength will you lire to a good oldjage, free from W. W. l'KAIIOUY. W. a 81IATTVC. ing to purchase, and take pleasure in answering all inquiries. Uen. l'as. Agt., Ueu. Buck, Beautiful, beautiful, immense. Scientific American. them. all dlieaae and auflerlng. of mind and body. JOHN CHURCH to CO. uutiouaii ... M'ROBERTS&STAGG Stanford, nines ty twen-ty.fiv- o j Mcr.l-Joh- iu-u- iliot-towcr- Excelsior Art Rooms it TO OUR PATRONS ! en-ci- ls tlc-Mcr- ve g, o amoke-houi- e, mid-rive- corn-cri- b, - mill-whe- mmm Mas B 1 MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY Wed-ncwda- y, Flour, Meal, Corn, Bran, Shipstuff, &c., MeAIilNTJUlt SALIJKE. u.CT, ., FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING! TERMS MODERATE. one-arm- B. K. at WEAKEN, lull at Mtiin .Street, I Stanford, Ky. o d I gen-uin- Furniture C-J- E. P. OWSLEY n. BRAND NEW GOODS, GENTS' FUENISHING GOODS. X Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, CARPETS.OIL GLOTHSITRUNES first-raloju- per-ceut- ., 01 1 1 es. o aroHiNr oECTJDFtoia: OO.. liuuisville to PIANOS AND ORGANS WEST o one-hal- sur-burb- bald-head- ed, well-spe- first-clas- s 1 word-paintin- pay-incut- Stnu-Mcclil- n nlcriorourn:iI 3CST. STAITPOED, Tuesday Morning, W. P. WALTON, August 22, 1882 EDITOR - .hiixiino irom tho newspaper re. ports, tho centennial celebration of tho IJnttlo.ofjIlluo Licks, Saturday, was n very" grand affair. Fully 10,000 petv Mas, plo wens prcoent, Including two or threo governors, and fivo companies of Stato Guards. Speeches wero runile by .Ititlgo Itosi, Dr. Tcxld, Prol. Pick-ct- t, Mrs. Tliornat L, Jones and Gov ernbr Blackburn, nmid great enthusiasm. Hon. John Mason Drown de livered tho oration, and Mnj. Henry The Washington dispatches tell 1 Stanton, the epic poem, Irath of Jon Blackiiokn nnd Will Owens that tho 300 Kenhickians who went to which nro productions that do honor are still at it with the latter holding his Washington ou the Midway Orphan tn tho minds that conceived them. own like n littlo man. Led to believe School excursion, over tho Chesa They tell in eloquent words of the that ho was nlmost entirely responsi- pcake it Ohio R. R., mado a full exfearfully bloody battlo of our forefath- ble for tho which threw ploration of tho Capitol, and that ers with the remorseless torics and reLincoln out of a fair prospect for a when they carao to tho lifosizo por vengeful Indians, in a manner that Congressman, wo have been kinder trait of tho great Commoner, Heury brings with startling reality, the agin the young man, but the manner Clay, they gathered around it, nnd strugglo of August 20th, 1782, in which ho handles his fiery opponent with bowed heads, wept. Surely the beforo tho mind's eye, ond leaves us has won our respect, and wo aro ready correspondent was very short of items to consider the characters of thoso to give threo cheers for him. Besides when ho telegraphed so improbablo a bravo men, who fought bo nobly and too Blackburn voted to pass tho River lie. Tho idea of that crowd weeping died so heroically to defend their famand Harbor steal over tho President' for Henry Clay, or nny other man ilies from tho slaughter of a foe, who veto, thereby assisting Robeson it who has hocri dead as long as ho has, regarded uono of tho usages of a civCo,, in the most unblushing scheme is too absurd to think about. ilized warfare. The corner stono of a of plunder ever devised. It would be The latest reports from tho Westmonument to mark the spot where the well to teach him a lesson. ern and Southern States nro very enheroes fell, was laid, and for ages to Tun Sunday Argus snys : "Ourmor-a- l couraging for corn. It has picked up come a handsome shaft will tell of the friends, tho Republicans, having wonderfully during the past fortnight. deeds of these gallant pioneers. failed in their effort to carry the Stato The recent rains were just in timo to GnortOE D. Wisn, the present in"PRAISE THE LORD." for Jacob, and thus securo what would push it forwnrd. Tho only apprehencumbent has been for Indianapolis, Ind., Aug, 19th, 18S2, havo been heralded as democratic sions now are that tho frosts may come Congress in tho Itichmond, (Vn.,) DisDtar Interior! and republican victory, are now before it has had lime to to ripen, as it Waiting at the window of our room to trict. Tho republicans have put out endeavoring to prove that all the net Is unusually backward. Should the see Adam "! 1'aw V big show go by I J. Ambler Smith, who served a term oc3 voted the democratic ticket.while warm weather extend well into Sep- combine two pleasures, and continue the, inACongresi, several years since. Ho ci the democrats supported Jacob. Tho tember, tho corn crop will average fair- corespondence, which I desire to be noth is a light horse and is not likely to poll ing but a pleasure to your readers, and to next thing, the republicans, recogniz- ly with tho past fivo years. Ex. even the vote that John S. Wiso did, the writer. What a happy life this Is that ing the fact that things are not as lovein tho same race two years ago. In A Chicago paper remarks that by faith, I lead; doing just what I want to ly in tho high moral camp as they tho Petersburg district Mahono bos Washington is getting to be a noted do, and no more. Dear master! How I might be, as far as the colored brother put out another of his readjustee but place for long trials. The Guiteau love HIS service, HIS wsges, HIS ways. is concerned, will advocate tbo proposiHE never "takes up what HE laid not Jorgenson, who has filled the office case continued for fifty-thr- ee days, and down, nor reaps whit he did not sow." tion that universal (i. e., negro) sufStar-routfor three terms, is a popular republican, the present trial has already Dear old Augustine hit tbe nail on the frage is a failure. Things are gradu- lasted seventy-nin- e and will be a candidate days, while the end head when he wrote In Latin, "Love and do ally working that way. is not yet. The patience of Washing- what you like;" for then you will like and with the charges greatly in his favor. Tunnr. is and probably will not be ton Judges, the endurance of Washing- do what the LOUD likes. Oh! that all A county treasurer at Reading, knew bow joyous and fruitful Is this serPa., has been found guilty ot embez- any democratic candidate for Con ton jurymen and the endless loquacity vice of love. Thus far. and I laid my pen gress in this district but Hon. Phil B. of Washington lawyers will soon pass zling the State funds and sentenced to cil down in a hurry to see the grand entry of the great showman. Out of a front winthree years of 6eparate and solitary Thompson, Jr., and it may appear to into a National proverb, at this rato. confinement, at hard labor in the some that it is useless to have a Con The Lexington Press is treating Mr. dow of the third story of the "Occidental." Berk's county jail; that he pay the cost vention; but we, with many others, Owens with the utmost unfairness. we enjoy the sight again, which we beheld in Dayton a month ago. Washington street, of prosecution; that ho make restitu- think otherwise, and trust the Chair Surely, if Mr. Blackburn is the intel- which Is Me street of Indianapolis, was one man of tbe committee will call a tion of the $1,000 stolen, and that be lectual giant that it imagines him, he seaof huuiin beads for halfa mile. It was stand committed until tho sentence is meeting at once to consider the mat- can take care of himself, without so a wonderful crowd of people, the like of ter. A Convention can do no harm, much which I have rarely seen. This man knows complied with. It strikes us that a patting on the back. in any event, whilo a unanimous enhow to get his show before the people. I fow of such seutences rigidly enforced, NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. dorsement of our candidate will tell only the LORD'S children would learn would put a stop to that common spewould Iiusinesa failures last week, ninety-five- . this lesson! The same in the coming canvass. Let us have cies of crime. A heavy white frost tell in Pennsylva- "compel" people to uaze upon the Cross, a Convention. nia Sunday night. where "life for a look" is the blessed rule Owino to ill health that very nccoin. A United States Judge at LeavA little son of J W Duvall, who lives But "the children of this world are wiser In plished editor, Mr. J. P. Barrett, enworth, Kausas, has decided that the near Ilarrodsburg, was drowned In a cis- this generation than the children of light " hue been forced to sell tho Hartford tern Friday. What ! the difierence between looking at Herald. Tho purchasers are Messrs. printed heading on a telegraph blank, Twenty shares Farmers Bank stock Forepaugh's, or any other show out of a which says that the company will not C. T, Sutton and J. S. Glenn, whom thing un bo responsible for mistakes unless the of Islington sold at $105, and 11 of North- window, nnd looking at the whole he highly recommends as gentlemen der canvass? Ah! that raises the whole ern Bank at $105 to $111 00 message be repeated, does not relieve Shadrach Caldwell, colored was hanged question that has been asked by diseased and scholars. Mr. G. II. Mathis, who it from responsibility in case mistakes Friday, at Mckinney, Texas for the mur- or sensitive consciences, ever since sin en has successfully edited the Spencer are made. The decision further says der of V. R Norville, a farmer. tered into the world. Paul goes over the Courier, has also sold out, Mr. L. L. The property valuation in Louisville ground in bis discourse to the Corinthians, that ifarepetition ofthe message is nec Russell, becoming tho editor and proessary to secure the accuracy of of its is $03,130,070, which is eciual to that of 53 1st chapter, 1st epistle; laying down two prietor. We extend to the new comers general rules for guidance, in the absense delivery, then it is the duty of the com ofthe poorer counties of the State. the right hand of fellowship. The M (ssachusetts State Greenback of which all questions of detail will come pany receiving it to use such precau- Convention has nominated Gen. B. F. flut- into their proper fllace. 1st. In going to Mit. Aliiekt S. Willis is not to tion ntits own expense. ter for GoAcrnor, and the restof a State a place, esteemed a "doubtful" one by othhave a walk over in the Louisville ers, "if you are diKwed to go," (in vt rse 23) The Courier-Journa- l has report's offi- ticket. District unless walking over the body , According to Chilian advices, seventy. be sure to go with your own conscience cial and from 112 of the of Col. George Baber, proves to be five Chilians were attacked by two thous- clear as to the propriety of the step, and 117 couuties ot (he State, which show and Peruvians, and refusing to surrender, never be pulled by doubt and hesitation; easy work. The Col. has doclared Henry's majority to bo 42,122, nearly all were slaughtered. for it la always wrong to go anywhere or do himself a candidate for Congress, and as much osthatofBlackburn, who went The Iteadjuster-KepublicaCoalition any thing, of the propriety of which you says he is pieparcd to prove that in on a big yellow fever boom, and Convention of tbo Peterabure(Va.) District, are doubtful, how ever right in itself It may Willis is not the great man that he who had no such drawbacks as unfor nominated B. S. Hooper, republican, for be. To you It is wrong, made so by your would havo folks to beliove that he is. Congress, in place of Representative Jor- doubt. "He that doubteth is damned if be tunately Henry had. The in ,fact that he is very small potatoes, genson, the present straightout republican eat, because he eatcth not of faith; for Confederate and few in tho hill. whatsoever Is not of faith is of sin." (Rom. member. e ter-ribl- o do-fee forre-electiopains-taking semi-officin The telegraph announces that tho Indians of New Mexico have transferred the scat of their operations from our territory to that of Mexico, where it is reported, they are murdering and outraging tho men, women and children who nro so unfortunate as to bo in their way. Tho Mexican troops nro in pursuit, and their commander announces that in tho ovent of their capturo no mercy will bo shown to tho raiders. Tho authorities at the Indian Bureau in Washington are in happy ignoranco of the insubordination of tlio Sioux. This is tho old story. Thoso who nro charged with tho administration of Indian affairs never as a rulo know anything until a massacro has taken placo and they have a war on their hands. CoNOitraa has adjourned, but according to dispatches from Washington tho government printing offlco is still putting in typo and in duo time will publish hundreds of speeches of ambitious Congressmen which were never delivered. They will go into tho Congressional ltceord and they will bo sent to the constituent of their authors ns specimens of their eloquence and oratory. Tho whole thing is a fraud, a swindle nnd an outrago on tho taxpayers who havo to foot tho hills. Tho Uongrmional HeeorA as it stands now is a Congressional lie. It is a record not of what members said, but of what they would hnvo their constituents bo lievo they said. Why iniposo on the peoplo in this way? N. Y. Herald. stolon Tariff Commission will hold In LonUrllte, Sept., 0th . A rare easa of honesty Is reported from New York. John Wlnslow, ageil lUlr, cut his throat because h rould not pay Ms Th who listened to my voluntary statements with respect, and treated mo with marked ntoFrssioiui,. I. w, vano! boanl. Itichmond W, liiw CIS factories of different kind, with a capital of $11,000,-00which turned out last year a product of $32,000,000. There are now four candidate for I'on tn the field In Virginia, grfsman-at-I.nrgm follow: John H. Wise rendjimtcr; John K. democrat; Mr, Dawson, straight republican, and J. II, Bjpliax, Independent republican, The last two are colored men Senator Hill was buried Saturday af. lernoon amid the most sorrowful demon' strations of Ills people. Iteprefcntalirca from all the surrounding towns were present, nnd the funeral was the large! e?er held In Atlanta, Henator Jfcck waa present. The Albany livening Journal, n republican organ, emphatically charge Itoscoe Coiiklinc with attempting to bribe (lor. C'vniell toaign the bill torellere the Pacific Steamship Company, of which Conlcllng Is the attorney, rom a municipal tax of $100,000, ami also to sign tbe bill exempting the Elevated Knilroad Company from an assessment of $250,000. Tne ball oiler-ewAs Conkling' pledge that he would sec that Cornell waa nominated for The following, headed "A lVophecV," in addressed to the editor of the 1'blladcl tihla IWm; "Six months from this time I expect Charles J. Kolger will be Governor of New York; Itoscoe Conkling, Secretary of the Treasury; J. Donald Cameron, Postmaster General; Timothy O. Howe, Attorney Ueneral, nnd Itenjanian II. Ilrewa-teMinister to Kngland. Of course, if the Legislature to be elected in November bap- pena to be dtnDcratic in joint ballot, Mr. Comeron will retain his present position." 0, d r, courtesy throughout. I told them how I came to quit th Presbyterian church and why I remained separate from all denominations, as an ovangellst. Alter that the question of discussion for the day came up the cure ot the body iy latin and annolnllng and I occupied most of the time, telling what the LORD had done for m. and how HE had led me Irom the first. Many uueslloiu were kindly asked The "minister's ami kindlv answered. meeting was purely Presbyterian, Next Monday "if the LORD will," I go to a sim Itis their ilar one of iheMethodistelergy. custom thus to meet, separately on Monday morning, each week, and then once a month in full iteneral conference "with ono ac ronl. in one nlace" to compare notes of labor, and plans for doing tho Master's mln-Istr- HTANfOIin, KV. Ohleo In Owsley A Son's new IralMlns-- wsttsoa a. vashoh. T. W. ft W.H VAltNON, ATTtlllNMYH jV'X' XiA."V, up stairs. SUMMER CLOTHING -- II. O. KAUFFMAN, I.ANCASTKU, KY. Msiter (Vtnuitlsstoner and County Attorney. Will In all I lis Ceii(t of llsrrsrd and adjoining prsrlles eonntltsand In the Court of Appeals, a til "W, ATTOIINKV AT STANroilD, KY., thomah r. iiim., jit., r.A-W- 7 , Will prsellrs In the Courts ol this and sdlolnlns, rtountlMsndtn the Court of Appeals. OMfe In Owsley A Mdn's new building up stairs. AJjY.X. ANDBltBON, ATTOItNJilY AT IAAV, DANVII.I.K, KY., Will practice In the Courts of Iloylesnd adjoltilni eon ntlrssndln h Court of Appeals. A.T- work. The meeting is well and Increasingly well attended. The great audience room last night was full, with a sprinkling In the for soul nnd 75 for body gallery. Slxty-fiv- e to date. The afternoon services are very precious. The lecture room where they are held Is nearly always well filled with appreciative listeners. In fact, everything well as I could ask, with so ma tir things that are new to my hearers com ing out to shock the convictions of a life time. My only wonder is that so little of fense is given. And changes of opinion and action come so soon In many. Of course some are hopelessly offended, and others aro sorely perplexed and know not what to say or do. Last Wednesday night quite an exciting service resulted from the challenge from the editor of an Infidel piper In this city, who said that once bo bad confessed Christ in cood faith, and once had believed on Him and loved Him, yet now rejected Him, and the Bible that told of Him. The hornofthel dilemma on which besought to Impale me was this: "Have I 'eternal life,' according to your teaching, since once In grace always in grace, and once confess ing, Jesus saves forever?" Thus fairly, squarely brought to bay by a practical question that I dared not Ignore, I sought wisdom from my dear Lord, "who gives liberally and upbraideth not,' and "turned loose" on the projiosition. I know not now what 1 said, but It seemed to be a satisfactory solution to the audience, and I never waa more entertained In speaking in my life. The effect of that impromptn utterance was perhaps greater than that of any five sermons I have jet preached. PRAISE THE LORD, who gives "mouth and wisdom that all our adversaries can neither gainsay nor resist." Last night thit infidel came up and took me cordially by tho hand, asking further acquaintance and conference on the subject in question. I hope good will come out of it to him, as well as others. All well; eat heartily; sleep well, and PRAISE keep to the dear old war-crTHE LORD. Ever In Jesus, Gro. O. Baiinkm. goes on a BOYLE COUNTY. I..AW, AT't'OIIIViav A county, ANnaism a Rnsrjtssr I- MAHTEHHON l'BVTON, I.IIIKIITY. KV. ACTUAL COST! joining counties, and In the Court of Appeals epeetsl attention gtren to collections. OMre oter it. i . rierce's store. WlllprsellrelnslllhsCourlsof Casey and ad Dll. J. O. UAIU'ENTKIt, STANKOIll), KENTUCKY ORlceOTcr Kobt. 8. Ly tie's store. Ofllrs hours from S tn 3) and 1 r, tr. Mmiy of tho Weights tat Aro Heavy Enough e J. J. WILSON, IHNT1HT, BTANKOUD, Office and Ketldence, KY. SUltC332orV Dr.NTIH'J BTANKOUD, KY. Office South side Main Street, two doors abors ihb lifers jioiei. Pure Nitrous Oxlds Oaa administered when re-qmrcl. ft. IjEE F. HOFFMAN. tipper Main For Extreme AVin- tor. mm 11. (J. Will be In Hlanford two weeks of etch montn. from first Monjir . Dental rooms In HI. Aaspli Hotel, oter McA'ltter A llrlgbl'a. rtfee sign. At !.ncaster two weeka of each month Iroiu third Monday Dental rooms In Maaon House. (Hcealgn.) Pure nitrous osld gas administered when necessary. 46?lf JtT. VERSOS JUiVKIiTIMCACITft. J)1SNTIHT. MOHUAN, I). D. Men's Single Sole &Low-C- ut H. Shoes and Ladies' Low-Cut Shoes & Slip- pers at Cost to Reduce ATTOR nan m. N Mt. Vornon, Ky. EY AT LAW, iiuitmrrr, Stock. Will practice his profession In llockcaitle and adjoining counties and In tho Court of Appeois. epeciai aiienuon given so coiiecnoos. 'Tis Early to Commence J. E. VOWELS' VARIETY NXOHE! a Reduction for Fall M'X VUIINON, ICY., Chilled Flows, Space, but our Stock is Agency of uucieye u&st ana Bouth-Ben- d uteoi riows, Beapers (t Mowers.SweepsUkes Threshers, Mitchell Farm Wagons, New Horns Sewing Machines, Taylor's Elastic Bed Springs, Averjs ST.ASAPHHOTEL Main St., Stanton!, Ky. Large, and it Requires Time to Close; Jlcnco the Slaughtering Pri- ces. JOHN DLNWTDDIE.PRO'R. OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 Read the followin $ dif Dantille. Herndon, the Inimitable, wss Special Accommodation to Commercial In (own on Sunday and Monday. Travelers. Joshua P Owens, and Sarah Christer-so- n obtained license to marry on the 17th Baggage Transferred Free of Charge ferences in prices and see BOARD. 92.00 PER DAY. our earnestness: 825.00 SUITS AT 818.00 20.00 SUITS AT 18.00 1(5.00 John C. 10.00 Inst. The crowd at he Camp meeting a' IlhaTe recently taken charge of this hotise and intend to have tint-clu- s Junction City yesterday (Sunday,) wss es- accommodations. timated at 1,500 Rev. Dr Might, of presched in the morning, and Dr Rivers, of Enfala Alabama, in the evenSrOl HTSKST ing. The meeting will continue another iucmiivs jmhjnk! 15.00 12 10 60 00 week. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY At a "shine eye" dance on Saturday' night Tom Hrlra and John Crawford cot JOHN T. lltCfilNS, I'ltOl'ltlETUIl. up a fight over the privilege of dancing with a certain girl. After several blows A I'lRST - CLASS HOTEL John drew a pistol and shot Helm in the of the injury Is no In eter J particular, Tbe patronage oltbe public left side. The extent solicited, and satisfaction guarintced. yet known. Col. J. Wesley Durham wss at Liberty Friday and Saturday on important legal business. He was chaperoned by the bold reporter of this column. This pair of tal ented and handsome lawyers were received by tbe people at Liberty, and along the E. II. BURNSIDE, route with great enthusiasm, one toll gate keeper crediting them for the toll until their This Old Woll - Known return. Hotol Still Maintains its (11-1- 0 9.00 8.00 7.00 5.00 SUITS SUITS SUITS SUITS SUITS SUITS SUITS SUITS AT 15.00 AT 13.50 AT 12.50 AT 10.00 8.00 7.50 COO AT AT AT AT 5.'S0 1.00 tUITa AT MYERS HOTEL, Something, yea much, Is to be conThe English have occupied Port Said, its Seventeen transports and five ceded to the weak consciences of others. persistent efforts f Robeson and his littlo toes should bo tucked under tho are there. Ismailia is also occupied by tbe If your strong faith and sound consciences republican backers to rake the last daisies. British, and some of their shtpi and gun- take you, where others, emboldened by cent from the public Treasury, it is boats have entered the Canal. Lively times your example, will bend to things they is said the Clerks in the Departconsoling to kuow that there is still a think are wrong, or are in doubt about it, ore looked for. ment at Washington havo to pay 7 per A remarkable game of baseball was then you sin against a weak conscience in surplus there of fully 850,000,000. It ceut. of their salaries in political as- played at Providence between the Detroit your brother, aud grievously, perhaps fa may be stated as a certain fact that sessments. The fact that they pay and Providence clubs, the latter winning at tally, injure him for whom Christ died." had this information been vouchsafed this heavy assessment is pretty con- the close of the eighteenth inning by a And that is a terrible thing. "So then," earlier, Cougress would have remained adds the dear, unselfish Paul, "if eating clusive evidence that they aro getting reore of 1 toO. in session till this day or got the las A dispatch from Brownsville, Texas, meat canseth my brother to offend, I will that much more than they deserve. farthing from it. under date ofthe 19th, reports thirty new eat no meat whilo the woild stiindeth." Their salaries ought to be reduced just A statistician informs us that that much. Taking tho people's money cases of yellow ferer, with three deaths, Moral. 1st, I atu not "disposed" to go to fifteen deaths from all causes for the week Foiepaugh's show. It Is a "squeezed orduring the last six years over 18,000 to corrupt tho people is an abominable just ended, and 200 cases of fever under ange" to me; I have something batter. dogs have been drowned at tho New outrage. 2nd. If I wero "disposed to go," I would Covington Commonwealth. treatment by the doctors. York city dog pound. So far this year not, because it would be sure to causo Six smugglers, with forty pack is stated on good authority that encamped for the night in a canon some weak one "to offend," by going to the nearly three thousand have been 40 of tho streams upon which appro In the Swlssholm Mountains, Ariioua. All, same place, with a doubtful conscience, drowned. This is consoling. Let priations are squandered by tho River save one, were drowned by a cloud-burand so perhaps my weak brother would the good work coutiuno, expand and last week. Their bodies were found scat- ,'perish,'1 in a christian sense, "for whom till all the mangy curs there, and Harbor bill, are not navigable extend, Christ died." Many a mm has let in the tered along the canon next morning. here and elsewhere shall sleep the even by tbe smallest canoe, and all The Governor of Iceland has notified devil, who "has the power of death," by the money in the Treasury could not sleep that knows no awakening. tho Ministry at Copenhagen that a famine going against Ids conscience. "There is a make the entire number, with their is imminent in Iceland, because of bad sin unto death," eveu, and I may lead some electTun Superior Court recently waters connected, float an average weather for over a year; also, that the one to commit it by taj carelessness. So, ed will commence business ou the 11th sized steamboat. And yet there are measles, which have not been in Iceland for if going to a circus causeth my brother to of next mouth and will use the Senate years, are spreading over the offend, I will go to uo more "while the democrats who voted to help tho great thirty-siChamber at Frankfort. The court has steal. world standeth." country, And when It gets on my a small amount of original jurisdiction The Bank of England has raised its consiciencs that looking out of a window at AccoitWNO to the report of the and in coses where 8500 and less aro Stato Board of Health just issued, one rate of discount, which has stood at three a passing procession is, in itself, a doubt per cent, per annum for the last fire months ful thing, or may be the occasion of sin in Involved, is of final resort. The clerk fourth of all tho deaths that occur in to four per cent. A few years ago such a weak brother, I will look out of no more of the Court of Appeals is also clerk of Kentucky are from Consumption. news would have had a decidedly depress- windows at them "while the world standthis court and he is now busily engag- This startling fact should set our phy ing effect uon our stock market, but now, eth " As it was, I enjoyed the pausing paed making up the docket. sicians to work to deviso some means owing to our Increased financial strength geant this morning, muchly, and make the best use loan of it, In this little homily, Tin: Frankfort Yeoman believes in for the prevention of the terrible dis- and resources, it scarcely excites notice. The Lexington Lunatic Asylum oon which I hops will help some oor worried beginning in time, It suggests that ease, which annually carries off bo tains six hundred and twenty lunatics. conscience iuU little. Thank you "Adam preeratious should already be com- many thousands. for furnishing tha text, the appliThe Anchorage Asylum contains fivo hun- i menced tor the celebration of our Cenof whom ninety aro cation of which would rather damage your The Richmond Ifauter is kind dred and eighty-two- , tennial as tt'Stule, which does not oo enough to remark negroes; and the Western Lunatic Asylum show, In some quarters, if acted UKu. y that oir Your readers may be anxious to 1 now near this city, contains five hundred cur till 1892. Wo agreo with it that coutains in each issue more of whom seventy three are negroes,' how I behaved In the "minister's meeting" it ought to bo a grand one. siuce. the the yenr is aUo the 400 auuiverfary of uows than most of tho weeklio, and 1'lie Hppkinsville Asylum Is still more Wsi Mnndiy. Wei), I was not on trial at me uucovery or America by Uylum we appreciate It from u source so.coni crowded than either of the oilier two, asitSj all, iiyr bfuro an lnqu.lsitj.on, bull In I ho bus. peteut to judge. capacity Is not so great.- - New Km' owiiipuijr of dtr, jpfirtCMlivti brtfllireii, Notwithstanding the strong and died a horning and it 14-2- is well that men-of-w- It It anl-mat- s, st x IW Semi-Weekl- IhioJ, weak cuDstltultoo, tieadtche, or any dlwata of a tllloui nature, by all meius procurs a Units of EltcUle llttlf rs. You will Ls urrlwl loses tha rapid liufromueut that will follow, yon will lx lusplrtxl with new k strtugtu and Cllvlly will return; (islnand misery will cease, sud henceforth you will rrjolre In I In pratao of Elertnc Hitters, bold t SO leuti a botlls liy 1'enuy 1 Mo Allster. BucUen's Arnica Sahe. Tliobeit salt lu tha world fur Cuts, llruUes, lioies, Ulcers, Halt ilueuui, Fefur bores, Teller, Cuspped Itandi, CUIbhlui, Corns, sod all fcklu d Eruptloui, audpotltlrsly cures piles. Jt Is tosh eutlrasstlshetlonur money refund ed, PrlisMceuU per boi, For sals by I'euuy A. McAllster, Reduced to n focus tho protection AND theory it this: 1. Farming is profitaProprietor is making is not profitable. Its Shall be SecondDetermined that ble. 2. Steel to no Country it 3. Therefore rob the farmer and give Hotel in the State in its Fare, r enough to make bis to the Appointments, or Atten83.50 LADIES' SHOES AT 83.00 tion to Comfort of business pay. their Quests. 3.00 LADIES' SHOES AT 2.50 A tablespoonful of strong coffee put in the gravy of molted butter, pepper nagicage will be (oaseyed to and from thsdspot 2.50 LADIES' SHOES AT 2.00 free of charge. Special accommodations to and salt to bo poured over beefsteak to Commercial Traielrrs. The liar will bs alnaja supplied with tke choicest 2.00 LADIES' 8IIOES AT 1.50 imparts a delicious flavor to gravy and braads of Liquors aad lisars. tho gravy a rich brown. meat. It makes The oldest vessel afloat is a ship of three hundred tons, called tho True Love. She is over a hundred years 82.25 LADIES'SLIPl'EltS AT81.C5 old, and is a merchant ship in active Bucceasois to Daughterly A Holmes, flag. duty, sailing under the English 2.00 LADIES'SLIPPEllS AT 1.50 Her course must havo run tolerably STAM'OItl). - KENTUCKY, 1.75 LADIES'SLIPPEllS AT 1.35 Lowoll Courier. smooth. . MANuncTuaicrs or A young man connected with a city 1.50 LADIES'SLIPPEllS AT 1.25 paper spitefully wroto to his girl, who Fine Carriages, Buggies 1.25 LADIES'SLIPPEllS AT 1.00 had fun making him "stand about" of late: "Thero's just as good fish in tho sea as ever were caught out," Sho "They don't bite at toads, Lexington Press. though." 84.00 STIIAW HATS AT 83.60 The New York Sun printsa list of 3.00 STIIAW HATS AT 2.75 names, forty-nin- e in number, ot men who have accumulated, directly or in2.00 STIIAW HATS AT 1.50 directly, through New York City politics, the aggregate sum of 35,585,000. 1.50 STIIAW HATS AT 1.00 John Kelly's name beads tho list, AND PHAETONS, 1.00 STIIAW HATS AT .75 cool $500,-00against which is set down a .76 STIIAW HATS AT .50 Ntttr CVe Up. WAGONS OF ALL KINDS. If you are sutTerlui with low ani upreiM4 i.lr-ItloMor4tlte, genersl doMllty, dUonlereJ We manufacture Carrlauea of all dcacrlotloua. steel-make- STANFORD. KY. Propr. and High Imputation, 8C00 SHOKS AT 85.00 5.00 SHOES AT d.00 SHOES AT 3.25' 3.00 SHOES AT 2.50 2.50TjIIOES AT 2.00 1.00 Daugherty&Hyde 0. s, oulj eniiilojlug onlr Arat-cla- figure ered, Unt-ctSworkmen and using material, and sell st reasonable stele, work wsusbli) aud material consid- jllj IIAIIMIII-.KT- A IIYIIK. Boys' and Youths' Clothing', Shoes and Hats in Same Proportion. VlP M LsHKjHsWtilBBBBBBBBBBBBilBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl i i HHHHMHEMIBlfliLi!HLfHHHIsjH3ilHI l" . Kara nail gisj.s.titKtiuiNiciiiui'iiumub-- eTIUlf Full line of 81UKTINO sod 1TILETS at Lououi BOSTON ULOWKkS. S"ts BRUCE, WARREN& CO. J Thy I). Klaaa' $2 calf akin boot. MARRIAGES, -m I offpii my entire atock of Hummer Mr. It. R. West, of Garrard, hte of Tuesday Morning, August 22, 1882 goods at greatly reduced prices for the a Georgetown paper, was married to Mlaa Mattie Roberts, of Itoone. next thirty daya. J. V. Havdich. There was a marriage at Mr, It, K, L N. LOCAL TIME LAID. Mil. Jamm DUNN, of Oarrard, will lead Harrow's last night, the contracting parties Passenger trains North ..... ... ,... V 10 1. M. to the altar y, Miss Mamie Mc Rob being Mr, P. II llroaddus and Mim Halite ' " Soulh . Itlr.K erta, the liandaome daughter of Mr. J, M. -- kttt. Mr. Ham, D Johnon obtained licence received a new line of buggy and yesterday to marry Alice Tremble, on the wagon harness. W. T. (Ireen. L'flth. Just INDUCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY "W ! t LOCAL N0TICC5. l'ennjr ,V McAII'tcr. Knurr J aim In anjr style nml at your price at McAlister A llrlglitn, Cm mi Mimx. SorghuM Mill ami lo ly A. Owsley. for IOVriM of (looil TV will find the liIn tlie city at Penny ft McAIUler'a. Watciikx. Clock .. and Jewelry .. repaired . r and warranted by l'enny v .MCAIIsttr. Wantm. Country liacon. Iilglicst iiw ket price In cah paid. McAllnlerAltrlRlit, 1'uhk Atden Fruit Vinegar, bent In the world, for aale only by McAlister A Ilrlght. and You will find tie beat rlgar In town at l'enny A McAlls-ler'-t Paint of l'ennj A AfcAtUler. Kl.F.vr.n roiJKM HiiRsr for $1 at MoAl-IstA Ilriglil'ii. Halt, Lime ami Cement constantly ot html a A. Owsley'., Nr.w clock of Jewelry and 8llTerwn.ro it Ilutf '.. s. and owning a nice new lot of Zelgler Shoes low cut. A roth line of California Cnnel Goods, J. II. A 8. II. HilANKa are recelrlnir Including Apricot, draper, rear, reaches Mnd K 1'lum at McAlister and llrlghl's. Jersonal. Mm I'OI.I.Y HaVDCN, of I'cilatki, la Tlaitlng In lliis vicinity, Mu. 1'EiicvIlociirjiTRii, of Louisville, la rlaltlng hia parenta here. Mo, J. II. Mount, of I.adrange, liaa joined Ida wife at her father'. Mr. M.C. Weak-en- , of Richmond, lias returned from a Wait to lilt frlrnda here. Mits Mattu. l!itovtf,of Lancaster ta with her.slsler, Mrs. (Jcorge II. llruce. Mu. ano.Miw. H. 1. Bta.hi hare re turned from a weel'a atay in the country. Mim Kmma Hkkiiniiotiiam, of Is tlie guest of Mis Lucy I. Mob-erlItlch-mom- - Mim Kmma (loonr. returnd yesterday from a flail to the Misses Lackey, of Parks-Till- Simmons, both of Madison. Rev. H. H. McRobeil. Jr. tied the knot, and Mr. W. D. La it Notice, All accounts duo Hale A Honny and Miss LIU Gentry, also of Mad-lsoNiinnelley not fettled by September Kith, acted aa attendants. We don't see will be placed in the hands of an officer. why they should have come away down A.T. Nunnellor hereto splice, when they could have done Hamiis A Dawton have uit received so at home, unless It was for tho romance IS tons of Like Ice, which they will sell In of the thing. small lota at I centa per pound. Persons DEATHS. wanting largo lota can get It on reasonable Jones. Died, Sunday night, of stran terms. They still tell manufactured Ice at gulation, Lewi II. Jones, In the 51st year cent per xiuid, of hi age, He was a natlyo of Wayn A (iknti.hman from Indiana, Mr. K. county, but moved to this vicinity a numtlurlbert, Is hero for the purpose of buying ber of years ago, where he has been a most a location for a dairy and creamery estab successful farmer nnd trader. Of a kind lishment. Wo hope and believe, ho will and generous nature, he made many friends; find no difficulty In aecurlng one. In fact, It may lie truly said of him that A NINE compoard of members of each hi only enemy was himself. He leave a wife and five children to sorrow at the unof the three Stanford Iliae Itall Club, acnt to Craji Orchard Springs Friday afternoon timely loss of a kind husband and indulgand played 4 Innings with a club composed ent father. His remains were Interred In HufTalo Cemetery yesterday afternoon. of the young men visiting at the Springs, Huiiton. Of Typhoid Fever, after a which resulted in a score of 1 to 1. long Illness, Robert Allen Button died at TiirLouidvii.i.k syndicate will be at the Carpenter House, at 4 o'clock r. m Crab Orchard Springs to make the Saturday, aged 23. Although not a memncccsaary bond for the purchase. The re ber of the church, Mr. Hurton had made port they Intended to turn the place Into the good confession in one of Rev. Geo. O. an Infirmary la untrue. It will bo continu- Ilarnes' meetings, and waa living a moral, ed as n watering place, on a larger scale exemplary life, loved by hia friends and tlnn ever. prized by hia employers, Mess. J. II, A S. The I. a nt few nights have been so cool II, Shanks, who speak of him in the highthat double blanket were necessary to keep est terms, both as to hi honest, manly deone warm in bed, and fires were lit on many portment and hi excellent business qualiThis reminds ua that Yen fications. His parents, who lived in hearthstone. are both dead, but three sisters surnor predicts one more warm spell this month, and then straw hats will have to vive him, Mra. C W. Grape, of that place Mrs. Dr. Fain, of Nicholasville, and Mrs. be laid by for the season. remain) YraTEiiDAV1 Mr. C. D. Ayras, ordered John Jones, of Kismet, Tenn. Tho were taken to Danville for interment yesrome freight offtiiJ train that waa marked terday. to Hulf Dudderar but not billed. When Telioious. the latter found It out last night, he made an assault on Mr. Ayres, and it Is said that The Methodist protracted meeting will he bruited him up considerably. Of course commence Friday, and the pastor will be the matter will le investigated, aaaisled by the Rev. Urlttoe, of Millers-bur1 y Mon-tlcellg. Linens, Piques, Fans, Plaid Ginghams, &c. I also offer, at Very Low Prices, my stock of Jeans, Flannels and Woolnes, which were bought early this year, at the close of "Winter sales, at 15 per cent, less than present value. Money saved is money made. Come and see ' me. Respectfully, ItOBT. S. LYTLE. To reduce my stock of Summer Goods, I will offer at Very Low Prices, for the next 60 days, my stock of Laces, Hamburg Edging, Lace Curtains, India PENNY Iyer aTl3'W3E3r.II33FlS. AM) NIlTVEllWAKi: & McALISTEK, PENNY & ThoLARGEST STOCK of WATCHES, 0L00KS, JEWELRY brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired on short notice, and Warranted. DE'3SH.VC-A.OIS,I,- McALISTER , S IK DKALKR DRUGS, HOOKS, STATIONERY Phjilclsnt' Prescriptions accurately compounded. FANCY ARTICLES. Pharmaceutical Preparations a specialty. The highest ofTcr for stock hog yet OME TREATMENT. noticed I ten cents, at Pendleton f list on the border of Oldham ahd Henry. A certain cure for Nervous The Iebanon Slntvhrxl report) aales of Ooblllty, Seminal Weak- .11 mule to be delivered In September, at nnai. Imnntnnnn The Beelpes nst in my Vrsctlcs for si Years $135 .crhcad; .18 at $128; 0 at $150; 25 at and an Illustrated book of CO pagea giving full directions forself treatment, sent f Addresa $1.10, and 17 at $12.1; all raised in Marion, DB. T.WILLIAMS. 433 K. niUrlijiWlJi. H H. C. RUPLEY, 3MC Bzar E! 3FL O I3C A. 3XT T -- STANFOK1), KY., 3., andC0InIlovleat$167.50. Lauiiei, Coat. Co , comtwed of Lincoln Miss Haluk Oitr.r.x went to Sctncrset county men, J. W. McAlister, Pre., Geo to attend the marriage of Mr. Charlca 11. Oivens, and W. S. Hocker, Torch to Mlaa Zollie C. AJanu. Sec'y., Is now mining and shipping coal. Mil. Jam ta Duiidekak and Mra. Geo. The coal Is of very superior quality, and Vaughn hare returned from a visit to t licit for grate purposes, better than Pittsburgh alater, Mra. Iliatt, of Washington county. coil. T.T. Davleaj and A.T. Niinnelley Mil. J. I. SANIiircn, of Ianeaatcr, wa are its agents for Lincoln county. here yesterday returning from Kockcaatle Springe, where he liaa been enjoying its det Mt Veunon. The trial of Itishop, for llghta with the hundred or more of ta the murder of the Sigman woman, was continued for the defense, hia counsel, Mr. W. moat pleaaant and agreeable guests. Wr. notk k In a MiMlMippi paper that O. llr.nl ley, claiming that he waa physically unable to go Into it. The case of Mr. I'. W. Ivatill, who rrcently tnarrird for the murder of an unknown man Mra. M. A, Timberlake, of New Orleans, in Pulaski, waa continued by tho Commonhaa purchaaed handaome preeity near oT the absence of Sam Hummltt, in that Stale, where they will wealth became Wood, the imorlant negro witnes. make their future home Vice-Pre1 Nun-nele- LOCAL HATTERS. Khimi beef at W lot of f. break (ant baoon and dried Green's. Tlir.HK wad not a pound of butter in the Stanford market Teelenlay. made hia es cape from the chain gang here, after spend ing a few weeks with his wife, who lives in the Lnoba, ran off, we learn, with a Mian Cobb, of Indiana, a aistcrof the Cobb broth era who are in jail for murder, ia now lurking in the mountains of Rockcastle county. I) called Cain met Mi" Cobb in jail when she came The attcxtiox of contractor to vnit her brothers, and It auneara that it to the advertisement of the letting of the was a mutual case of love afflrt sight. A Stanford ti 1'reacheraTille turnpike. Itida bench warrant liaa been tent to the aherifT cloae next Saturday at noon. of Kockcattle for Cain. The Ciiicuh, which waa to cm to O.NK F. M. Roof, who la reported in the but didn't, will be sold at auction Cincinnati KnquUrr aa a lumber dealer i in Louisville, Sept. 6th. Squire Carson going down to get a monkey, and perhaia from thia county, got drunk in that city and falling In company villi a notorious the baby elephant. thief and bunko-man- , waa soon robbed of The virst car load of coal from the all he had, $150. We never heard of Mr. Laurel Co.'a coal mine waa thlpied to Mr. Root before but the tale Is not a new oneby T. T. Pavieas, of thia place, a few days ago, any means. Tho countryman who goes to and every body who haa tried It pronoun-cethat wicked city, and gets away whole, it a very auperior article. must have his eyes skinned, and keep perfectly sober, and even then he aomelluiea We Dmiuk to call attention to the of the Richmond Pinning get! victlmiied. A drunk man stands no Mill, 0. ti. Stailord, Proprietor. It ia ope show whatever. rated on a large scale and aa Mr. Stafford ia "The Stanfoud Journal eaya a couna liberal dealer, we are Hire, our people tryman sold 1,000 sunflowers at 6 centa could not do better than patronlio him. each. Tlioao mountains girls don't appear The excursion Irain to the Junction to have any tuoro tense than they do in the "settlement." The above is from the City Camp Meeting, Sunday, went in packed aa cloaely with people, aa tardine-- i are In llourbon JWui. and la a willful misreprea box. There were Keren car load, miking sentation. The aunllowera were sold to tho fully 800 iieraons, and aa there were excur- guests of Crab Orchard Springs, as we dission from three other way, it ia esti- tinctly said, and If Hro. Champ will take mated that the railroad alone took i!,600 time to run over litre, or examine Ida map, people thither. The entire crowd on the ho will find that we ore not in the mouns grounds waa fully 3,600. I)r. Hite preach- tains, but in a region aa rich In ed in the morning, and Dr. Rivera, of Ala- aa hia own county. Lin-caate- r, a blue-gras- Mail Antra- Warner continue to carry mail by with outrageoua regularity. It la strange he doea not improve with age and experience. Ladies, call and examine the light run nlng New Hume Sewing Machine, the !el In the world, for "tie at Chenault, Hcrcr- " ance fc Co'a. . Mn. J. A. llAltuira, agent for the Orange I nan ranee Society, paid to Mra. A. L. Hale, o!icy held br $2,100, the amount of the her husband in it. - TllK NEW Seminary building Is up and covered in, and will be ready for use by the time it is needed. Mr. H. K. Wcsren, contractor, haa exhibited great energy in the erection, and shown hia ability to rush a job. The building Is not much of an orna ment to the town, but the trustees say they did the best they could with the amount of money at their disposal, and this ought to aatisfy those who were not willing to contribute to ila being made a more pretentious eatabllfhrnent. Petkii Cain, who recently bama, in the afternoon. unusually orderly and The crowd wia Hat-ley Judge Winfred O auffered an extra capsular fracture of the femur yesterday by being thrown from hia buggy as he waa driving tome cowa through a Held. Dra. Carpenter and Held t the limb, and the old gentleman was resting quietly lsnt night. This U the second lime he hit suffered from a broken leg. Ten years ago, a similar accident confined him to his bed for neatly a year, and aa he is now in hia 78th year It is feared that the last break will result seriously. re-e- IIhoke ilia mi'. Fkiiit. Clark Caah and one Morgan had a fracas here Saturday afternoon about a saddle, but they were parted before any damage was done further than a tavere bite on the hand of Morgan. They will be tried for the oflenae next Saturday, There was another little row la town a few nights ago, but outof respect to the families-- of the participants we withhold their names. Judge Hill fined the fellow with 'the side whiakera $3 and let the other man off. They aftvrarda made frlend.and the man ilia wasa'tHned actually oBeied to' pay half of the amount. 1 The rxAMiNiNUTitiAi. of Charlie Fowler, at Hustonvllle, Saturday, resulted in hia being held for the killing or IMdie Hlahop, in the auui of $3,000, which waa easily given. The facts as developed were in some paiticulars at variance with our report of Friday. Two witnesses, Iliahop'a younger brother, and a Miss Gooch, testlGed that Fowler had made threats against Uithop during the afternoon for reporting him to the teacher, raying that he intended putting him In hUcoflin, that his grave had Just a well be dug, Ac, We were wrong, too, about the ages. Fowler lain Ids fourteenth year and Hlshop waa twelve. It ia a very deplorable case, viewed in any light, but It ta hard to believe that a boy of the age of Fowler could have cooly meditated murder. Kddle Hlahop waa quiet inoffensive boy, was greatly liked by Ida acquain-tenccaud idollted by hit parenta. Ills mother la almost Inconsolable at her loss, while Dr. and Mrs. Fowler'are also prostrated with grief, And a atronger case for sympathy all around rarely dovelop itwlf. In the trjal. Mr. W. II. Miller waa assisted in tbeprocut!oQ by Col. W.O. Uradley, defense was repreaeuted by Messr. ' 1Ii" & Alcorn, and Welch & Haufley. The Secretary of State of Michigan hss crop return from COS township in the Stale, from which he estimate the crop of wheat thi year at fl2,000,000buhel, which ian avarage yield of 18 bushels to the acre. Mr. J.S.Clark, of Fayetle county, delivered to Simon Wield eighty-si- x head of fat cattle at six and a half cents. They weighed an average of 1,5.10 pounds, and produced the snug sum of $8,4GC 70. 1'. T. Gentry & aon weighed on the 20th, to L. Lehman, .101 cattle averaging 1.C09 11m., atC J, and J.S. Hundley weighed to mine a lot aversging 1,550 at G centa. They are a cracking fine lot, and are intend ed for shipment at once to Europe. Danvim-Couht. Some 400 cattU wero on the market yesterday, good year The bishop of the colored M.K. Church lings selling at 5 and late haa hvl (he Rev. Hilton, colored, of Lex- over that figure. A lot of wheat sold for- ington, arrested for hi advocccy nf the sa- 00 to a miller, who wanted it for immediloon side of the local option issue In that ate grinding. 1 bunch of city, and it ia thought he will be excommules, small stock, brought $G0 per head, municated. lot of old scrub cheep sold for $1.50 per The Christian church of Pari haa de- head. Plug horses from $G0 to $100. H cided to send a missionary to tho moun- T. Bush, Auctioneer. tains of F.istern Kentucky. It requires GARRARD COUNTY. $300 to pay the preacher for one year. Capt, James M. Thomas ha headed the Lancaster. The brick work on Sweeney' and Burlist with $100. Ml. Sterling haa a very energetic Wo- den A Co.'a store I progressing rapidly G. Jones Salter I the happy father of man's Christian Missionary Society. They have in the few month since their organ!-ratio- anew Infant with powerful lung and a collected 5312.75, with which they good voice. The greater part of Garrard' contrihave put two home missionaries in the field bution to the guests of Rockcastle Spring and sent $S0 to foreign missions. -- Rev K. O Guerrant on Sunday night have returned. Sixty-onclosed a meeting at Combs' Ferry, in Clark went to the Camp Meeting county, which wa an unusually successful on the excursion train from here Sunday. one. When he went there, there wo no T'waa a pious crowd. Kev. Hiram Moore, who is canvassing Presbyterian congregation and not a Presbyterian communicant in the vicinity In the county in tho interest of the American two weeks' time he had 81 converts, who Bible Society, preached at tho Christian have organized thomselves Into a congrega- Church Sunday, Lee Anderson, n youth of cUybank tion and raised $500 towards building a church edifice. These kinds of revivals color, shot his noe off while awkwardly handling a gun Saturday. One of bis eye are the ones that count. Transcript. Mr. J. M. Sworinstedt, of Cincinnati, was also seriously Injured. One hundred and tweuty-fiv- e who spent several week at the Pink Cothead of tage Faith Cure In ISS1, and who publish- cattle, of all sizes, sexes, conditions and ed a prophecy that the world would come colors, the property of Col. Dick White, of to an end on the 12th of last November, Is Madison, passed through town Sunday. Mis Debour, a sprightly, good lookout in another prophecy, but take care not to fix the exact date this time, satisfied lo ing young lady from Mercer county, lavissay that tlie end i now very near. We hing her sister, Mr). J. W. Lowber. Miss don't lake much stock in Mr. S. aa a proph- Kate Mason has returned from a visit to et, but the 10th chspter of Isaiah teems to Richmond. Miss Sara Huffman is just back him in the assertion that the revolt back from somewhere. Mis Ituth Crow1, of Arab! ia the awful fulfillment of biblical of Paint Liok, and her aunt. Miss Delia prophecy. McFerran, of Danville, visited Mrs. W. M. Bogle'last week. Mia Anna Scott has reLAND. STOCK AND CROP. turned to Somerset. Mis Marion Wolfnrd Corn meal sells at $1 30 per bushel in ia visiting in Danville. Harrodtburg, Millions Chen Away. A hundred bsrrels of new corn sold In Millions of Botlloa bf Dr. King's New Discovery Scott at $2 00 to be delivered. Coughs nd CoMs, have keen N. D. Lackey sold to II. T. Uueh 41 for Consumption, given away as Trial Uottln of the largo ilio. Thia 1,500 lb cattle for October delivery at 5c. wouM k dlaaiti lous to the proenormous outlay Lon Fowler sold to J. II. Leer, 18 prietors, were It not fur the rare merits possessed C cents. by this wonderful medicine. Call at l'enny A cattle at head of Drug Store, get a Trial llettla fiet, and Midway Clipper. try fur yourself. It never falls to cure. Isaac Wilson rained the largest single crop of wheat in Nelson county, 5,114 bus. NKVT ADYKUTISKMK.NTS. It was sold at 95. One of California' large wheat farms embracing 7,000 acres, yielded its proprie ! tor a net profit of $100,000 this year. Stolen, from my pasture, 3 miles from MUdle-bur- g, The Richmond Register tells of the 13 A tlrotrn Mule,stoleu A bridle waa sale of a pair of mules at $180, and anoth- hands high, and bareluoted. from luy neighbor louse i.n hlin, I will give the er pair at $100. They were large and ex- above reward lor his return to wo J. M. KI1IIAXKK.Ky. tra fine. Mt. balem, Miller & Francis, real estate agents, sold Mr. T. Hetherford'a farm of 101 have acres, near the Garrard lice, to Charles Orman, of Wayne, at $40 per acre. acres of corn land, 13 acres of wheat A Muhlenberg farmer, alter harvesting Thirty-liv- e house and lot of ten acres of gra hia wheat, put the same land In corn. The land and with It. Apply to me near llrlghl's (hIiooMiouso corn Is now two feet high, growing rapidly, JAN. KUIII.NON. and promise to mature and make a good crop Mr. James Sublett reports the boss wheat yield. He raised a Geld of 20 acres, on the old Sublett farm yd) year, which turned out 40 bushel of grain to the acre. -- Woodford Sun. I have recently oined In HIcbiuond a large and At the Lexington sheep sale Thursday, cuii tela I laolnir Mill, and am irenared to furnish everj kind of thirteen Southdowna aoldfor $103 50, an e n, e 1,200-poun- Ky. Institution for the Blind. Thle Institution will open Us forty first session on the 4th day of tfepteniber next It Is earnest!-t1w deslra I that everr blind child between seven sou eigiu jesrs oi age, capable or receiving in structlon, will be Induce) to take advantage of the great facilities olfered by the Commonwealth oi jiemucar lur obtaining a valuable euueanon. AdHoard and tuition provided by the Stale dress B. It. IIUMOON, Superintendent of the Institution ' T. H. Ili:i.l I'resident of the Hoard of Trustees of the ttllullon fur IJlucatlng the Blind. Takes this opportunity of thanking hia patrsna In Stanford and vicinity for their liberal suppert, and hopes to retain It, aa he haa selected a flrst-ela- is stock thlsearlyln the season, befors lielng called over, and II Comprises Everything that is Itfew. Front the best of Foreign Makers. "To Excel." They will bo cut and made In drst-ctaCutting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. style. Ills motto Is: it vxatf To sow ram tn corn larul or any ordinary land no preparation it needed where thi Kimjjt drive into the field and go to icorL seeding. implement NOTICE to CONTRACTORS. HARROW, CULTIVATOR & SEEDER. .Three First-Clas- s Implements Combined in One. An implement that is indispensable in Sealed proposals will lie received by the Directors of llioSlsnfonl Al'reaehersvllle Turnpike Go. Mah-inthe. lest and eheapc&l implement eterproducetl. until noon August it, 1882, fur the construction ol the proposed tnrnplkn road trom near Stanford to every crop adtiialed. l'rcacberaville; the work to le constructed In sections of one mile or lew, according to specifica tions of Engineer ). T Wallace, which may t found at the Karmeia National Bank of Stanford. The contractors will be required to begin work, In gonk filth, by September 1, 1882, and complete It by July I, 1883, and to give satisfactory security for performance of contract The Company reserves right to reject any or all bids. MI HI, A NO, Stanford, Aug. 17, 1882. J. J.. I'resident. EXECUTOR'S SALE! Ai Executor of Jimes II. rarsons, dec' J, I will Itnyof Nrpts, IHH'J, sell to the I blgheit bidder, the Farm oti which decedent lit ed, rontnlnlng SO Acres nf productiie Land, with comfortable lmproreinenti; alw 35 Acres ok Land lylDg near the abofe These linda are In a good The Albion gprlng-Toot- h Sulky Harrow and Seeder. neighborhood, conrenlent to icbooli, churchet. Ac. I will also tell at the same time the following For less money tl.an rcnuircti to obtain a grain drill, uhieh can only be utilized in one crop, 15 barrels of Corn, about 40 bushels peraonatty! this implement can be had, nhich will put in all kinds of small grain in the rcry best manner tit Mare, of Wheat, 2 slacks of Hay, one less time and with less labor than the best grain drill made. 2,000 cut PMoglts, 1 biff Plow, 1 tiaddle, Ac Tkrws: The personalty will be sold on a credit of three months, with Interest on all suxs itver f 10: under that amount, cash. The land wlltte d sold for cash, tho remainder to be paid In C and 12 months, equal Installments, and to bear Interest at the rate ol 6 ,rcent. from date Approved security will be required of purchaser on both real and personal, and a lien retained on the land tor the purchatu money, tale to take place cu the premises. J. K. 1V.MY, Executor, onthe-!3- Ky. Agricultural & Mechanical ASSOCIATION. Position of Teeth and Lever while at work. Then by detaching the Seeder you Aure the best Harrow in the tcorld, one tltat will do more uork in once aoina orer the trround than an ordinary harrow will in a dozen, besides doina the work THE Glh ANNUAL FAIR OF THIS ASSOCI A- - faster and with mote case tlon (new series), will lie held on the grounds of the Association at Lexington, Beginnings Aud continuing firodays. OIV TUESDAY, AUGUST SUIli, H. P. KINKEAD. SECRETARY. SYRUP BROMIDE CHLORAL Imme sSiti.r"-- " CTiffilfim,diately..ffl Re. H8 lleves. Position of Teeth and Lever while not In use. After planting your crop, by removing three teeth you can thoroughly pulrcrizc the soil, cultivate and destroy the weeds in tuo rous of corn at a time, a thing that no ether cultivator will do. Aifint slated, heie is an implemeat thul can be used in firry crop cultirateil and one that is ex. Fanners, come and see it, get a tarn-- 1 celUd in none by any other implement; durable and simple. pie and try il. Ifxi does not do what we claim for it, tt do not want your money. . THjE GREAT NERVINE It It Is GEO. II '. Agent, Stanford, Ky. (ho remsdr diH In psmfol InOsiomstorv anec or asy othtr eiwwlvelr by quieting tba serves It lljalerl-nnm.di.nlr $25 REWARD irlnc lhir Iwnallclil eflaels, Mim euro fop llllUMtKl'.SS. fir sritOMl lr07(lf AiMwIllnTlli:MK". CiirrwIllXIlllllvl rsl hours lo Asthma. Fnlpltistlnis or tlie and Henri. Mliorliiru of requiring tv "01 Uk mo.1 r.n.. reini-uie- 1IKI-D- 1. lf Agt., iMneaster, Ky. U. IL WEAUEX, Aut , Richmond, Ay. GRERX A WILLTA3IS, Aqh , llmtontillc, Ky. have cultivated my crop of corn this season with the Hon. T. B. Montgomery's Testimonial. Albion Combined Cultivator, Harrow and Seeder and can say without hesitation that it is the best harrow or cultivator have ever seen. Cun ploa ten acres of corn a day with all ease. It does its work perfectly, and can cheerfully recommend it to my fanner friends Thos R Muntyomery. L. WITHERS, I I I III. lacouiBwa -t bj Hi" c uulrv I'rie, 3 Cos Asa Halsuku your Uruckt "v:"""""'" aid I fl rr i I"'! ilijsinsos all over lbs '! l ".vrv.".v;vf ! r f l iroular ii I Prrd To sow grain with this Seeder no extra hand in reouired to clean it from filth by the driver without stopping or getting of his seat. at this is all dime FOR RENT! RICHMOND WEBSTER'S UNABRIDGED. If you Intend to get tho Hew Edition f Wobster'a Unabridged Dictionary, W -- H-A.S BE THE- - "DO IT NOW." j iBatZSv 67-- ;wS53 rBsT Jk 1S- GENUINE MAYFIELD - PLANING MILLS! MATERIAL! Water Elevator. 'ikl-- v . RrH HP' aWlaaaaaaaaaawVC ' head of Cols averngo of $12 05; fifty-thre- e wold sold for $103 75. an average of $3.75; thirteen head of mixed breed sold for $201, an average of $15 45, The excess of the new crop of Winter wheat needed for seed and bread la estimated at 135,000,000 bushels. Under favorable weather the Spring wheat will yield 50,000,000 bushels more, making a surplus fur export of 185,000,000 bushels. The Winchester Democrat haa report) of sales of new corn In the field aa follows: 30 acrt-- at $2 25; 140 barrel at $2, and anJohn Piper sold to Mr, other lot at $2 18 BUILDERS' Flooring WviitlicrbiMirtliiiK, Dooi-h- , ShhIi, lIlillllH, T.HtllN, MlilnirlCN. MoiililiiiKM, Stair- uiijh, Ac. As I sell at prices such aa tba above arlltle can ba iiourui in LAiuisvme, iimiuuau, or oiutr wnujt sain II0UM4. lam sural can maka It lo voui ad vantage lo patronise home Institutions, I aiu also a practical ill Destroys All Water Insects; Webster's 1'nnhvldged, fogo tlia valuavl nimodf ILM'hTHATlOlsIIKI'IMTIONS Draws Fresh Water from Bot- :'r-:l13 hater under The Href, Holler. Castle, I iilumil, l.yc. florae, tom of Cistern; hlilps, Moldings, l'hrriiiiloirv, ltinflln, m 5dsQH luca 1M mil l.l'Ji Meant eugluo llui tiers, urdi Has No Tubing and Does Not New Edition of WEBSTER liaa 118,000 Words. 3000 Eiicravlngi, Freeze. NK.V WOMiS nml Meaning,, 4G0O Bioierapliical Dictionary Foulest Cisterns Made Pure by This Elevator. of over 0700 Niuncs. Be lKl.glv-IiiKlhn ,lrrks iv Ii 11V V showing -. In tho words, ilufino U13 lid terms. '' yearling mules Mcllvalu, of Nicholas, Stuart Taylor bought And am prepared to furnish designs and estluiaUa at $85 per head for buildings and all kinds of scroll work. 100 sheep from Situ Phelps, of Madison, That I aut doing uo small business, can be Judg-o- d from tha that uij Sam Harden haa ten 1 JW to fan per weok.bauk aecuuutruD from at $2 per head ti WA) Contracting aud building dou promptly and at acre of rye that yielded 450 bushels, an living prlra. Address average of 45 bushels per acre. f. N. Ns'AFrUHH, ARCHITECT, ii . Wi:ilili;itW ta il... in "th.iutr)r Hoi W Tinning MaU iiii.Iiii.o m lKliiuinTr' Ereiy IhiiiioU luu Urn V.Uh JCi ur thTJ BikH lit Of I'iiNi.' m'.I ..ii M.Utir JD inunly r- ftlK-n- I rt.il S of Tillim.WO salaa 1'um.UJbj-a.a- T Rrnauh.ll,MlrHt'-.S-lil"llIS IT NOT THE STANDARD? l EaIi !l .0.1. i i It ma r '" """ of uwy UlaYf w I H . t.j lt-- t a. tut TH0UMKO huw hi liiMiU f.f Ilia I H liHjimi luoro anJ near 20 ' VI OVER ONE HUNDRED . rfl JL J Now in Use in This County. " Mullllllltl. TpI a xv MERRIM,6r(ugflW,Majs. Try One, and If. Not Satisfied, It Will Be Ta- " kon Back. y 8TANTOED, ICY. Tuesday Morning, i , - - August 22, 1882 A 'Jlicro worn flvo of tliom together, nnd it wirt Into. Thoy lino" iSecn drinking Finally ono of tlicm looked nt tho clock nnd enid: , " What will onr wivM Bay when wo coma homo ? " "Let tlicm say wlint tlifiy want to. iMine Mill tell mo to go to tho mischief," responded Na 2. Til tell you what wo will da Lot ns meet hero agnln fn tho morning nnd tgll our experience. Lot tho pno who has refused to do whnt his wifu told him lo do when ho got home, pay for this back 178 pntsaeiigcrs. How many rnoro evening's cntortnlnment." woro luknu iuto Buffalo than wcro " That's n good idea. Wo will ngrco brought back? Teacher told n boy to to Hint, " solvo it nnd gho n full nnswer. 'Bo tho party brofco np tad tcnt to Ilia nuswer : Tho train broughtback 251 buffaloes." Soino of tho larger Iwyn their respective homos. Next morning lhoy met nt tho assist in keeping order, and wear tho plnco nnd began to tell their ex- chevrons nud Btripcs of sergeants nnd . .-periences, corporals. ... "Ono day n lady teacher Said No. 1 J told ono of her boys to do somothing, " When I opened tho door my wifo but tho boy did not want to mind her was nwnkc. Sho said : A pretty timo (lint timo, nnd tho lady said to him you of night for yon to bo coming homo. just do what I told you to do, but tho Yon had belter go out and sleep in tho boy would not speak. So sho kept tellpigpen, for that is what you will coruo ing him that ho should mind his teacher, to,, sooner or Inter, auyhow.' Bather it last ho look up, ho look nt her arms, thnu ay for nil wo had drunk last night ho look at her dress nnd ho look nt her I did what sho told mo to. That lets eyes nnd said, whero nro your stripes?" mo out." Hero is tho editor's rofcronco to n visit toCarlislo: 'Next I of Virgic--.j No. 2 cleared his throat nnd said : "Tho soldiers of tho South enmo to ',' When I got homo, I stumbled on a visit Carlisle. They used to fight against Thcro you tho North Boldiers twenty years ago, bnl chnir, nnd my wifo called : ftro ngain.yon drunken brute I Yon had now thoy coming in nnd no rnoro fight, good friend to each other." Somo of lictter Makoup tho children, nnd stagger about for awhile, o thoy can bco tho children nro sent nway among tho what a drunken bruto of a father thoy farmers " to learn whito man's ways," nro alHieted with.' I thought tho best and occasionally tho letters thoy send to their friends nt tho school nro published. thing I could do under tho circumstances WM to dboy ; so I woko up tho Cavis, Choycnnc, writes that ho had children, and staggered around until my boon nt church, whero ho saw " tho minwifo hinted to mo to stop. Sho used n ister put water on over so many littlo chnir in convoying tho hint That lets whito babies." Mattio Reed, n littlo Puoblo girl 10 yenrs old, who arrived at mo out." tho school Feb. 4, 1881, writes: "You Next I liko sweet apples yes, Im liko sweet No. 3 spoko up, and said : happened to stituiblo over tho pan apples has good to cat and do you liko of dough, nnd my wifo said: 'Drunk sour npplo? No Im do liko, sour npplo again I Iladu't yon tatter sit down in has not good to eat sho sour mo write in that dough ? So I sat down in it, and tho paper." Choyenno narvey tells this story: ask Mrs. to spell tomorrow that let mo out." for me. I forgot how to spell tomorrow Next I I will never forget tomorrow how to No. 4 said : was humming a tuno and my wifo spell again I will keep spell in this way called out: 'There you nro , again I tomorrow, tomorrow, tomorrow nnd toHadn't you letter givo us n concort? ' morrow nnd tomorrow." Kcw York I said, ' Certainly,' and began to sing ns Times. loud as I could, but sho told mo to stop, oka rK'itoniiixa. or sho woidd throw something nt ins ; Tho recent robberies of tho gravo so I stopped. That lots mo out" havo brought up somo curions nnecdotes Next I st tho stato of affairs which existed in No. 5 looked very disconsolate lio England nbout fifty years ogo, when said : " was a regular trade. "I reckon I'll have to pay. Jfy wifo Bo skillful were tho robbers that thoyro-quiro- d told mo to do something nono of you but fifteen minutes to draw n Jjrould havo done, if you had been in my body from the grave. No traco was left place." of their work. "What was it?" Ono of theso men, Burko, being in "Sho said: 'So yon thought you church ono day, heard that passago of .would como homo it last Now, hadn't scripturo road which describes how jou better go out to tho well nnd drink Hazacl killed tho King by sinotliGring a couplo of buckets of water just to as- liim with a wet cloth. This method tonish your stomach ? ' That was rnoro struck Burko as snro and safo from dethan Iliad bargained for, so it's my fun- tection, nud by it ho committed mnny eral." murders for tho snko of tho profit ho reaped from tho salo of tho dead bodies. inAs tub twig is bent so tho trco's Tho dovil cau bo found oven behind a clined. Tho Britton family has for four' text of scripturo by thoso who want to generations lived on charity in German-tow' find him. To. Tho progenitor, who died n When Burke's murders wero discovprofew years ago aged 90, had been ered tho English publio wero seized fessional beggar seventy years. Tho with panic. One of tho oddest mania youngest members nro nowjoddling festations of this craze was tho queer from door to door with scrap baskets. devices of dying persons to protect their HlOX SHVTTKKS COXltKMXKlK In bodies from tho resurrectionists. During tho examination of Mr. Ester-broo- k, Buckinghamshire n JIaj. Backhouse, nn Superintendent of Ihiildings, by old East Indian oflicor, was buried by tho Coroner's jury impaneled to fix tho his own orders in front of his houso on rcsjKmsibility for tho loss of lifo nt n flro n solid pyramid of flint, twclvo feet in New York, hu said that thcro ought squaro nt tho base, in which ho was not to bo nn iron shutter permitted on placed upright, a drawn sword in his nny building in tho city. He stated that hand. tho effect of irou shutters was to eontino A Baronet of Yorkshire was buried nt n flro within n building, preventing tho night ten feet deep in a level potato firemen from gnining access thereto, field, tho ground being plowed up nt until it became n raging furnace within, onco to remove all chance of discovery. resulting in a flro that could not bo con- Another country gentleman's coffin was trolled. This is also tho experience el swung to tho branches of an oak trco in all veteran firemen, and thoy are unanifront of his hall door. Another was mously of tho opinion that iron shutters covered with twenty tons of stone, and havo caused greater losses than thoy still another cased in lead nnd hung to a Wo have, says the beam of his own bam. over provenfod. Fireman' Journal, frequently given Tho tenor extended oven to this expression to this opinion in tlieso col- country, and precautions against gravo umns, nnd nro glad to havo tho fact so robbery were rnoro common fifty years emphatically repeated by so good an ago than now, when thero is rnoro authority ns Sir. Diterbrook. Ho sug- danger. gests that thoy might bo of service in Thero is yet standing near ono of tho narrow streets in protecting a building iron furnaces of Kentucky a squaro brick from a flro raging on tho opposite sido building, in tho upper room of which of tho street, but when employed for the body of a former owner, by his own this purposo they should bo left ojien request, remained for twenty years un. habitually, and only closed when danger buried, the lower apartment being furis imminent A far better protection, nished and occupied by his wifo and how over, is a solid shutter made of wood family ns nn arbor. and lined on loth sides witli tin. It Oremntlou is now strongly urged by would resist flro longer than iron, nnd its advocates ns tho only protection for will not break or shrink away from its tho dead. position and givo access to tho flames. A MBMimu of tho rhetorical class in a Tho sooner iron shutters nro abolished tho better it will bo for property owners, certain college hail just finished his and tho rnoro effectively will tho firemen declamation, when tho Professor said: , do you supposo a General "Mr. S bo enabled to do their work. would uddross his soldiers in tho manner "Tiiebb is something ubout Pingroy j ou spoku that piece?" "Yes, sir, I that I adunro," said Brown. " Yes," do," was tho reply, "if ho was half said Fogg, "there is something about scared to death, nud us norvous ns a him that I adtniru, too something iu cat" tho morning paper that tuy8 that ho has A I'iMtHox who wns called iuto court goiio to Europe for u couplo of years." for the purpose of proving tho correctFovcuTir is tho only burden which ness of a surgeon's bill was asked whether tho doctor djd not make several growsjheavier in proportion to tho number of dear ones who have to help visits after tho patient was out of danger, "No," replied tho witness, "I considbear it ered tho patient iu danger us long as tho 'Wuex a loafer walks for money ho doctor continued his visits." can go ns ho plousus. When ho walks f A il.llap Id ...VV...-- C all tA forpjeusurotho, police huvo got their ,. ...... 'lilalail rnn ....-- . ... ,1JtatwIkU thr Iowa people. ' say about it run rtrit oukmkxt ttvsii.txns. Thcro is nn? uniipfo lltlla newspaper published onco n innntli nf (ho Indian school nt Cnflislf H.rocks, Ii by Kihcgn, an Iowa Indian loy. Its contributors am ehtldr-- n of tho school, nnd tho article!", being printed just ns thoy are written, Indionlo tho progress that tho Indian youth havo m.ulo in learning English sinco tho nehool was established. Hero is n" local item:" "Tho lady who has chnrgo of tho little boys asked oiio of them why don't you try to keep your shirt clean whon you go down to tho dining linll to cat Tho lllllo said why not wo havo whlto things liko handkerchiefs not handkerchiefs liko whito boj-- nnd gitls have, then wo not get shirldirty when wocat" Another : " Froblcm A train of cars going into Buffalo took 120 p.wscngcrs. It brought ax jxniAX sinrxvA rr.n. BXAKK ClT.tHMr.TtH OF AM KHIVA. CitSTIlAT. ly s , Tlireo or four months beforo tho ceremony tho younger men of tho villngo begin tho of capturing snakes by moans of ingeniously-contrive- d snares. Tho rnoro daring mnko choice of tlio most venomous nnd dangerous species,' and Inmo them in various ways, using a rude reed a fun nnd n strip of blanket for tho purjioso, Tho snako tamers arc often bitten by their strnngo pets, but their knowledgo of efficacious antidotes almost nlwnys protects them from serious consequences. On tho day of tho ceremony tho inhnb-itnu- ts of tho villngo asscmUlo in an built of and reeds. Tho chiefs nnd other notables sent them-solvbeforo n kind ot lodge, tho to which is closed with n curtain. Within is n slono idol on n rudo altar, or (wimps tho wooden imago of n saint Thcro tho snnko charmers nro also stripped nearly nudo, nnd nwait-in- g n signal from tho head chiof. After nn interval of solemn silenco ho liegius n low nnd monotonous chant, to tho accompaniment of n drum and rattle. Gradually the assembly joins in, nnd then tho charmers issuo forth, each with a snnko in his hand or coiled nronnd his body. Thoy mako tho round of tho nnd thou tako their places ou tho ground Each ono as ho is called up begins lib performances with tho snako ho has tamed nnd trained. Great mastery over tho creatures is exhibited by theso Indians, and tho tricks nro often astonishing. After nil in turn havo presented themselves tho chant becomes rnoro lively, and tho charmers assemblo in a cluster nnd suddenly fling tho snakes into a henp, whero thoy liowrigglingnndtwist-in- g themselves into knots. Then ench charmer tries to pick out lib own particular reptile. Thla b dangerous work, and thoy constantly partako of n certain liquid which is supposed to contain a powerful antidote to snako poison. At tho conclusion of tho games tho charmers retire into tho lodge and th audience rises. A priest sprinkles tho ground with water, facing alternately tho four cardinal points of tho compass, and tho ceremony is ovor. Harper' cosTKMrr of coviit. riioamous and witty John Baldwin, for indulging in oonlomptuons langnaga injan Allegheny county Jusllco's Court, was sentenced to imprisonment in tho Angelica jail for twenty days. By his own nasuranco nud daring, however, he managed to co.ipo. After tho Justico had pronounced this sentence upon Baldwin he prooeoilod to draw (lid mittimus which empowered tho oonslablo to tnko tho disrivpcctful lawyer- - into custody. Tho Justice, who wns nn nnd slow penman, was a long timo in preparing tho somowhnt tech nicnl document Baldwin, who watched tho proceedings with tho deepest interest, waitod until tho magistrate was about to sign tho warrant, when ho suddenly seized rtiargo inkstmid full of ink nud ponred its contents over tho fearful piqx'r, destroying iu nn instant tho hard work of nn hour. This done, ho mounted his horse nnd escaped Into Steuben county buyoud tho reach of another mittimus. In tho early days of Buffalo a lending lawyer was nrguing n cnuso iu tho Court of Common Fleas whoro ono of tho sldo Judges presided tho first JuHgo not To show hb belug on tho bench. superiority, tho Judgo oftcu put irrilat, ing questions to tho counsel. To help tho matter nloug, tho two other sldo Judges on tho bench annoyed tho lawyer in a similar manner. At last ho could endure this no longer, and, paining In tho midst of hb argument, ho said : "If your Honors will oxctiso me, I would liko to sny that thb court reteam," minds mo of a Virginia rag-ba" Well, sir, what kind of n team do you call that?" asked tho Judge. " It is a team, your Honor, composed of two mules nnd a jackass." For this tho Inwyer was fliicd 815 and two days' imprisonment Jiochcttcr Union. g pi, ilcs as con-ccnl- ed, EAST, NEW XAl'OT.KVX. TIIK MATVir.XAKlSf Nnpoloon eouhf lo lllicral for his own sake (o (hose who conld help him, always on (ho condition of their nbsolulo subserviency. But ho nppenrs to havo been almost destitute of rcnl generosity of CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO Iff. soul ; ho tcxik a positive plonsnro in wounding scnsitlvo natures, and ho was TIIK ONLY LINK nUNXINH given to indulging in outbursts of brutality which sometimes passed from rough languago Into nctual violonco. As with mania of hb, for that Sleeping Coaches I two instances among msny Pullman thorn aro which nro strikingly suggestive Ono was lib nctually proposing, nftcr illo divorco from Joseplilne, that sho should bestow her hand on tho Pritieo of To who, haing como to Paris on TllllOUOItTIIK liolltical businoss, had loen greatly taken by the fascinating Empress. Though Grandest Scenery in America I tho proposal was certiiiily made, it could rAmDMlIni illretl In lnn. I)rnt for scarcely havo liecu serious; nt nllovents, tho Princo would havo had reason to Y. reiient tho match, for Napoleon was in and The Only MrMtl.lmlo lovo with Josephine to tho last, proved his capricious lovo by his irnla- 'iroIlmH. YlrKiiil" "ml ( bio jealousy. Tlckf U trt on ula it rrliKll Tlfktt (Mlrta, In tho second instnueo to which wo n.l t thM.mrrnl (imroofllnr. A 11. IUIIwr, refer, a niarriagowns ronlly brought off at 310 Yirnt Mnln Mrrel, I.nillxtlllr. in a stylo that reminds us of tho Eastern J. C EUNBT, For furthrr liifonnstlon, III. and ono of (lentral Hcutlmtilrru A ml, seraglio or tho guard-rootho victims was no less n person than !. W.NtllTII, ii. w. ri'M.r.it. (len'l IWrAi'l. (Itti'l Manager, Davoust Napoleon suddenly announced brother-iu-law- , Gen. Leclerc, that to hb ho (Leclcro) won rppoiutcd to tho command of tho St. Domingo c.iicditlon, & Lechiro rennd must sail immediately. monstrated ngainst tho hasty departure. Ho A Bacred lio hound him to Fmueo. had a sister who would bo left nlouo in a: :m: i tho world. Incite! Aul., 1S2. "Wo must havo h married directly CINCINNATI bOUTIIMHt IHVISION. for example." Hay Arm NUt hi. lie. O.TATI0N8. "But Ihavonofortuno to givo her.'' i.M T.M. THE ROUTE CONDENSED TIME. & WASllJNGTON! UAII.HOAD LINK. TllAINS (K)IN(I NOIITII. Mttrif I, mi. tit s T Hun. 00 CO SOLID TRAINS, From LOUISVILLE l,T. IUthiiion.l am I.lTlnttloa. rrali orchard. Mnraiitr.. " match-makin- Klnlnl. tjhelhr (llr DiriTlIln Mlichcllttiurg. Junction.., .... n.. B 10 I? ill ,'J s B lUnnn, 10 11 as M M srr, !ttanon Jimrlfon.. New llavrn Cincinnati Junction.. Wurt-cmlmr- g, WASHINGTON, liul.tlllf 00 12 10 12 2 10 1 ' pin ' '1 . m TltAINS (K)IN(I SOUTH. ataai'H I.tn, IxuIitIIIc... . Mr. Minfffnl-....- ,. ' ('rati Orchard.. Alt MtlnfrMon .. I.t. !anfaitcr ... . Arr. IUhniftn1. , iSSI." iki; 1,1 " In Z IWI ... '" BalfmwrcPuladelphiaM. 60 0" IM " PULLMAN PALACE OAnS TaMemplila, Mtlla llie, Mobile, Montgoniery, and New Orleana. KialgrantaloTeaathacelhelrcholceoftworoutee: la MemiliUor tla New Urlaana. Time much quicker aihl ratea lower than by any oilier ., Mule, Illaaltollie Ji1-- m Only an Cincinnati, New Orleans Texas Facmc 1 Indiana, change to Chicago, M In1a an.1 luial. lor furlhcr Information alwul llckata lo lha Mouth, Kamaa, Colorado, an I cinlnrint ratea 10 AI.HOKK. Florida, a birr.. '. lien. I'ua and Tlckal All., IJuUllle, Ky. Or T J. Anthony, Agt Hlanuird. Ky. QDI0KE8T, 0HEAPE5T 'AND BE8T In Mlnauurl, Kaniaa, llllnoll, ltnullnallHnl Nrbraika, Colorado, Arkamaa. Iowa, I. Railway. b TiA.iiXjiaai KENTUCKY. --TIIK CENTRAL R. nr ran T- O- I HOST IiraillAULK 110UTK "Am I not hero? sister shall bo married. your I don't kuow Lie. ovv.Mxo tiik cau irixiiuir. "I Wtellj. A11K.IXSAS CULLATr.lCALS. "I "I James Halfstop, in order to nppcnr ns n bondsmsn, sworo before n Littlo Bock Justico of tho Peace that ho was worth $520,000. Shortly nfterward tho Justico, learning that Halfstop was not worth 20 cents, and that ho lived ou a rented swamp farm, sent out a warrant for his arrest Tho man appeared in court, bringing with him his wifo mid two boys. Maybo n man feels happy and proud and flattered nnd envied nnd blessed among men when ho sees a pretty girl trying to rnio n window on a railway car, and ho jumps and gots in ahead of tho other loys nnd says: "Allow mo?" oh, so courteously. And sho says : "Oh, if you plcaso; I would be so glad.' And tho other malo passengers turn green with envy nnd ho leans over tho back of tho sent and tackles tho window lu a knowing way with ono hand, ns if perndventuro ho may toss it nirily with a simple turn of tho wrist, but it kind of holds on, nud ho tikes it in both hands but it sort of doesn't let go to nny alarm ing extent, then ho pounds it with hb fist, but it only seems to scttlo a " loctlo closer into plnco," nud then ho comes around and sho gets ont of tho seat to givo him n fair chance, and ho grapples that window and bows up hb back nnd n.iil viifltn nml utrnnlfl nml immtu and strains and his hat falls off and his suspender buttons fstch loose, and his .. ..nrt ... i,i fn m..... ...W t)" .-' -t Vl3V UUHMU J.... slip and pcoplo laugh, and and his feet irreverent young men in remote scats grunt nnd groan every timo ho lifts and cry out : " Now, then, all together," as if in mockery, and ho bursts his collar at tho forward button, and tho pretty young lady, vexed at having been mado so conspicuous, says in her iciest manner, "Oh, never mind, thank you, it doesn't mako any difference," and then calmly goes away and sits down in another scat, and that wearied man gathers himself together and reads a book upsido down. Oh, doesn't ho feel good, just? Maybo ho isn't happy, but if you think ho isn't, don't bo fool enough to no extend auy of your sympathy, doesn't want it. llurlinylon Hawkeyc. exactly to whom." Shortly afterward, Davoust entered to " lllih llrl.lh-Iianrltle " Junction City ....... inform Napoleon that ho was about to " Soiueree! ...... ...... bo married. " I'olht llurntMo ...... UoclwooJ " To Mile. Leclcro I I find tho match " Uprlaf Oily . " Arr. Uliallanaoica -very suitable" " " No, General ; with Mmo I.ve. Chattinoica... "To Mile, Loclerc." SprrnjClly " llockwood.. .. And Daout was sent off to Mmo, l'olot Kurnilde. fromcrel... ...H Canipain iu search of his future bride, " Junctlxn Clly- London Times. ' Dane III.. e " Oeomctown ...... " lilnilon.... NIchoIaicMU... ... Cincinnati-...- ... Tso !. III 1134 IIM IIS It 4T 110 ....... .... . uo an It IS The North, Nerthwcat and Weal. In fact. If you 10 04 If 47 contemplate a trip In any direction, your Intereal 110 llckcla cla will beUtecreedurMirrtiulngyour I X arlO la 11(17 n K. C. and Cincinnati. 2Tralntcacti way J; SS . 2 A 144 II 10 BIO II Si V12 I J 0.1 And decidedly lha I'oputar Ileute, anurdlnf, aa It doce, h a aliingea and aupcrior acroioniolationa to CINCINNATI! Minouri, Iowa, Kaoiat, Texas, M. 20 2S I'ull-ma- 7M If 1025 7i StS sa SS0 2 11 l0 a.s. I r.s. I r.s IU sou 7SO tan IN 7 01 10 on M0,ar IU MM JM i JJO 2 41 IJcgant New Day Coachca, and I'alacnt hindaomcly furnlthcd llecllning Chair Oar torni the uncqualed cpilnncon of thla (lid Itcltable, thereby maklug a trip ocer thla Une one ol luiu-ilacorafeil and plcaaure. Iry It. TIME TA1II.K, IN KIKKOf MAY II, Foi'Tii. I.cn. Oaclngton i il, Ko S 00 41 IM A.M. IM 4 f li2. TruTiTTVir i tiik cost of xtntovrAX aoritKX' jjt.vr.v. A British Parliamentary report gives a comparative statement of tho revenues of several European states, from which it appears that Austria (not including Hungary) has direct taxes of jC7,7G2,f5n, indirect ones of 21,4(X1,978, and mis" cellaneons ones of 1,721), 1 17, or a total tax of 3.1,895,979 (atout 3107,429,600) for a imputation of '22,132,081 souls, which is rnoro than S7 for each, man woman or child. Hungarians aro somonhat better oil, tho total taxcn Wing (almut $99,820,000), and tho iwpulation 15,G03,72;i say $0.50 per lcr8on. But thoAustnansnud Hungar- ! their hos aro taxed much less heavily than ,? . neighbors iu Prussia, whero tho total is 50,121,875, and tho population 27,251,-00- 7 showing an avrugu of nltoutSlO per ierson. Tho French aro still worso off. Tho totals for them uro 107,303,-9- 75 of taxes niri 30,905,783 of jxipula-tioor about 815 tux per head. This tho eoplo of Belgium, a neutral country, freofrom wars aud Nihilinm, nearly equals, their show ing Wing, taxes and tho imputation 5,170,939. Better off than any of thoHopeoplouro tho Ilussians or apparently so, ono should say, for tho bunion of a tax lies not so much in tho amount of it as in tho inability to pay it Tlio Russians pay iu taxes, several millions 00,302,731 y rnoro, that is, than tho jicoplo, or tho Germans or Poles of Prussia, but thoy outnumber millions tho Prussians by 45,000,000, tho Austria-Hungarraces by 31,000,000. For thoso of Russian taxes thcro nro people among whom to divido them. Thus every Kurojieau Russian pays a tax of $t, whilo every Frenchman pari somo $15, and yet Russia is internally tho most disturlied great country in Europe, aud Franco the most pcaco-fun, Austria-Hungartheirncigh-liorsbybytensy $300,-000,0L High llrUw... NIcholaiTlfle. . . 111 JM 4 4 to rat, " tleurgetewn 7wj toaa IK Arr. Cincinnati ........ AI.ARAMA llltKATMIUTIIKKN. l.M. oo Lee. Cuattauuoga . Allalla ItM Low llunllngtsn al " lllrnilDghaiii... " Aahlalfl . . I1& " Tutcilooaa .aHM Ml WiffllHB moo Arr. Meridian w ...m. ' l Arr. Wlnrhnlrr.. ao , Lee. Meridian Islington w I e. Iitngten ' ....... 1H1I " hlnnlugham..... urn. 0 . "l :m 64 6 10 4MI IU II M a m 2 4- - p in SMp in a 111. ( O p m TIOpu 37 11 in Mau g US p in 11 01 12 IS p ru 7 00 p m Lve. Ixlngtan .. 1 ao p id TWJIID p m S 20 p in Arr. Winchester . 2 S 10 p in Ml rllrrllng 7 20 p ir II 11 a iu Achland . I 10 a m " Huntington... No. 3. No.0. No. I. Nohtii. raimaulli Cynthlana l'arla. . Arr Islington " " . . 10 2a : IMpU Min OS . 7 1 Ma II a aa in 111 111 1 1 mni 40 a m 3. a m II a u M S 7 . 12 20 1 p ra l Arr. Chattanoeca.... V Attalla.. Mtrblian lc.rc.l ! t (3U ICK8HUIIH ANU Mlillllll AN. . i Le. "body-snatchin- g 1 n, "Mr. Hnlfstop," Bnid tho Justice, " what havo you to sny why you should not bo committed for perjury ?" "How havo I committed perjury ?" " You sworo that you aro worth 820,-00but tho fact has been established that you aro not worth anything. Thb is a clear caso of perjury so clear, sir, that tho penitentiary gato b opening to receive you." "I said," exclaimed Mr. Halfstop, " that I am worth $20,000, and I stick to it Jim," ho added, nddiessing ono of lib sons, "stand up beforo tho Judge. Now, sir, this boy b worth 85,000. Hanged if I'd tako that price for him. Ned, my son, you stand up. Judge, thb boy b also worth 85,000. Sue," ho continued, addressing hb wifo, " stand up. Now smilo for tho Judge. Now lnugh a littlo. See that, Judgo I That 0, ... Arr. VlckUint-r- o. L?e. Vkkilnirg.. Jackton llrawlon Arr Meridian VICKtfBUKH. " llrandea. " Jackion i. j : ... j ilt I1M .... . ... j . tI05o a im 75b a w alnifwth 10 a u C II p milt 41 a ra Arr Oarlagton MAYdVII.I.K HI VISION Nn. llT7f7lailngtaa pw Air Mayicllla aatxa rynlhtma min 2 on p ra J 9 2 M p in M 00 4 o p ut 10O u a a a a w in in iu IM 4 20 U) 44 Nb No. No. It II " l'arla M II " Mayacllle HjitlllJio. a lu. 12 lupin " 1'ariiX, Lei.Tpia " Majtillle Islington 2cVan lOim i ' " Koreil .. i.ii ,! .- .. ill 0- .. Lc. VlcVUirg ...... ... " Pella. . . 2M .. ! 3o Arr. Me-rt 7 SO . l.ce. Monroe. .. tl M IWla I : J00 Arr. VlcklHir JOHN SCOTT, V. I' and Clen Man fin Hou Il'y, Cincinnati, Ohio; I- - I' WIIXIN.O. K and I'. A. tin. Hon Ify, llnrlnnatl, O i II. nil.U IIKAN. II I'. A. A. ) H R'y. Ceallanga.Tenn . J HAItllV. CI I' A V A M. Ify. V'ckaburg. allHEVKIl'IIT .....! I . .... Z.. t t 1 .1. i 10 .. '44a M 141 eicrpt bumlay fpcelal ANIi I'ACIflfc 1 and 2 run dally, all otheri dally IVr Italea lo Krolcranli ratea and Information twctaloing: lo lime llckcla. conncclleni, Ac , call on nr addrete 8. T MWllT.Agt., Ualngloo. CIIAS. I. DIIOWN, tl I' A T A J !. M.I.IS0N tlcn'l Manager. Tralnt No ......: mii., It'y, Monro. !.a. jok k Mcountiio. r a. v, h. a r PILLS Jm of Appetite, llowela coativo. l'aln In tlio Head, with a dull aenaatlon In the .. k part, l'ain under the Uboultlar h ode. fullnoaa after eallnp, with a to exertion of body or mind. Irritability of temper. Low aplrite, with 0, toclinf: of hawnit ncRlectcd aomeduty, vetri'inia, Lnuliiena, lutterlne at the Heart, Dola belorn tho eea. Yellow Ukln. Jieadaahe nenoiaHy over the right ere, lteatieaaneaa, with fitful drcama, highly colorod Urlno, and STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, IH.l'OT 8T .STANKOUD, KY., G, 5, WINE, TORPID LIVER. SYMPTOMS OF A woman's worth $10,000 if sho's worth n cent That makes $20,000. Now I'm worth 85,000 wouldn't tako that amount for myself. But I didn't claim to represent rnoro thnn S20.000; don't you seo?" Tho Justico reflected for a moment add Baid: " I guess you'ro right, sir. Tho statutes aro not plain oil tho sub- Monuinenta, lleadatonca, ject, but I'll dbchargo you." Hock Gazette. Little Let a man start out to commit suicido nnd on hb way to tho river bo murderously assaulted, fiend for hb lifo. Tub uso of hard coal is extending into tho country cry fast, A few years ago it was only consumed in largo cities aud towns enjoying tho blessings of cheap transportation. Now it is bought by many farmers, who not iufrequently haul it many miles in carts. tho day of victory no weariness is Arabia proverb. i .1 iiot.imx initio. It was during tlio wars that raged from 1052 to 100), between Frederick O.v Tablcta, Ac Marble Work CONSTIPATION. of all kludi oljitly eiccul TI'TT'S rtl.mnrrc.-clllrndai.tedttrJand aalla- - audi 1 tc4, line diiae rrfrcta audi n. change faction gir-antcuf feeling na to iiatnnlali tin aufTarer. Th r Inrrcaae the Aiipelllf. and rauae Ilia and tMly lu Inltc nil Ural,, thua Uie ayilrm la uticil. anl ijri r T,nlr Aetlou on lha lllgrallr On;iiM. Ilrarulnr flluola arc.1.pro-il- u on applicaj 1'. n ... Hurra) XL, V, I ly tion. ii,i BRWN's TUTT'S (Inar Hair R kx-ir- u u KAIR DYE. It tin. and ho'll fight liko a lioston J'ost. felt. Til J! VlSltSIAX WAY. A rich Persian, who found that ho must soon dio and bo known on earth no mora forovcr, called hb friends round him and said : "My dear follow moitals, I an: soon to go upon that long journey from whence no Porslan returns. PIcaso vipo your IRON BITTERS ImliKCNtloii, Hpopsla, Intcr-mllU'1'uvoin, AVuut of Apin'tllc, Ijish of HlreiiKtli, Iiek of Kiioriry, yft'HKAY NTM NttV 4irrlt'lM nactt, Ti..ku t.ra.u TOHK. a. Ctir. urra raiuaiiM. iua. uiua a natural Initantaneoualy Hold irtUrugglita, orcolor, actaaiprru on receipt of II, by aent by IILaCKby aainaleappllratlonofthtallirK. Wiiiikim chmacd toaOioaar iui HARRIS REMEDY i gfaHrV !T CO.HaSEftiT mm gBa PnOf.HARRlS'PMHUERlKOr rrk r of Deinu.irk and Charles Gustavus of Sucdcn, that, nfter a battlu, iu which the victory hod lemaincd with tho Danes, a stout burgher of Flonsberg was about to refresh himsolf, ere retiring weeping oyos." to havo his wounds dressed, with a Each man brought hb coat tail round draught of lieer from a wooden bottle, to hb left oyo with ono motion and two when an imploring cry from a wounded jerks, nnd tlio good old man continued : Swede, lying ou tho Held, mado him cannot carry my wealth beyond turn, aud, with tho very words of Sydney, tho gravo, and I do not caro to leave it1 "Thy need is greater than mino," ho for tho lawyors to light over after 1 urn knelt down by tho fnllen enemy to pour gono. I will therefore divido it with tho liquor into his mouth. His requital you." iu tho shoulder from was a pistol-sho- t fell down to a tho treacherous Suodo. Thcu tho coat-tail- s jcricndiciiltur, all eyes wero speedily would havo "Rascall" ho cried, dried, and many an ancient baldhead licfriendcd you, and you would murder cried out: "Bully for you, Old Mugmo in return. Now will I punish you. gins I" I would have given you tho wholu Then tho good man brought out a bottle; but now you shall havo ouly million shares of stock and gato eiwh half." man a whack, and tli6ro woro rnoro And, drinking off half himself, ho gavo tears of gratitude utul whoops of satis- tho re&t to tho Swodo. faction until somo kicker suddenly called Tho King, heuriug tho story, sent for out: tho burgher and askod him howhocamo " Why, theso sliaroa nro worth only 1 to spare tho lifo of such a rascal. jK'r cent ! " "Sire," said tho honest burghor, " I "And mine nro worth only .') I" cried could noicr kill a wounded enemy. " another. "Thou meritest to bo a noble," the "Ami mine nro worth liothiug nt all,'1 King said, uud cruated him one immeman with a squint in diately, giving him as armorial bearings yelled t u wooduii Ixiltle piuroed with an arrow I hb left eyo. " My friends," calmly replied tho old Tlio family oul. liituly Ikxmuio extinct lit man, us ho commanded sileuoo, "being tho pt i nn of uu old matt u lady, assured of your low, and knowing how Mr. B. V. Porter, a rich banktfr In Ulica willing you will bo to preserve my mem-orshall order my oxocutors to tako N. Y.. says t "I have until Drown' Iron I all thoso shares lrom you at their face Killer. Ilie put yiar, much to tlio chagrin value, and givo each cmoof you credit of our family physician, for neither mrielf for so much toward my monument Tlio wife nor little girls have since auffVred meetiug is now ivdjouruud J " Wall from a tingle day's lliieM. It U making us all rebuilt and slroni;." Stnrt liallit Newt. III. m, A Semi-Week- ly GRAND COMBINATION, 1S32. Interior Journal And Ilia Loutnllle 17 f rUUl. KtkaVMUgM) eM leWir ? letMMJ 4MaX)W.aM, at ttltlllklv KB J laJuall l tip U Uui A, 1 (lU & iMtU), l afcrT.tfaft VftUtM t ! . Btki ttUM.l (teWtlfeg klW I, Mftl J k.4ll ! II.B HMMlaalh UA UU 4lMM aM4 atol t Mft Mael M .UUUaS. I I Tfc W 'jjgaJa KtMvalr It -- ! fttW Matofl Wkal .t llrriUr.rllcrai,a.;v.kiKt. Weekly Courier - Journal One year lor 83.HO two papcra fur than tha price of one. Courier-Journa- llttla mora fiM FREE! RELIABLE SELF-CUR- if f.Wlrt. E ,, "I Ilj paying ua 13.50 you will rccclca for one year Ih l. jour tone paper wllh the rcpretcntallre newepaper of lh houlh, ana IU aau pla copy ot the tlila office. ImI, brlguteiland ablctt lamllr a United btatea. Tnoie whs dealre to examine at Courier-Journcan do ao Weekly In ln mo.v mirniis nro euro fbr nil (lUonseN requiring n tomiilcto tonlct ospc-dail- y a cert n 1 nnowvs 11 l) a fftvortta Anvrtntlnn of one of tha tbeU.bl moat noted and auccraaful pcciallati ,notf rtlrdi Ibr thacuroof Jaerrovca g6IUf i, r.or Jlaiihmod, ll'vaftnraaaiid Urtmu. Haul u plain aaaladauvalopaVee- - Imigglaiauuiollit. Addraia DR. WARD & CO., Loulilao. Mo. iit POUSVLW Wgt . "I HOSEDHs tsJSK tho muhclcs, nml kIvon new lift) to tlio nerves. Acts liko 11 charm 011 tlio (HkcmIvo ornnun, rcmoiliiR all iljHiicptlo nyniptoiiin, huoh nn tasting tho lboil, llclulilni;, Heal lu tlio HloiiuiL'li, llcaitliurii, clo. Tho only Iron I'lfimi-iitlothat will not IjlacUcii tlio troth or (,'lvo lioail.K'lu', Bold liy nil at ."SI.OO a bottle fUlOWN ( Ill.MH Ii CO. ;.illiiiioir. ld. 11 C etc lliulclies Ilia blood, Htrrni;lli-etu- i ia wlnc 4immi .1 ua 1IIm4, alia aa4 Pttliacr, llrgaaHl rriou llckllllt. mm. IJaMarrUwu. Maallllle an.1 : ca JinrtiiiMSU.I ucriauj ircaivu ar Mimuo. liatipi.., riaiwllt, 1 all aflu M U.I .( Uwa alia ,l L Umi la am.or.4 1 UMMdMlfUc IrtalaMal by aiu. a.4 bara Ma.lkl.f la u.lr .a.aapa. III. aal a IraM. Adore... lilt. IIC ITM, IU I. Nib kL, L U.U, Ha. HkTAIILUIII.il OtFII TlllltTV VUAUS. MC. -- llrl.ii it f VByT YOUTH ' THE DISEASES OP and MANHOOD ACUIDETO HEALTH WITH I'llVnlllAN or Mrcar'e eapcllalice lloirt poliou HgppMP- - r our ei trial wliu limit, but eel IiU Hook and acobl Ouacai. "I'reicrlptlona rrea' aud llrclrle Hell Hum. bun, which It eipoaea. l'rka 5.li. Addraia THE PUBLISHER. De .14. Milwaukee. Wla. 1 OUT MtUICINE. VA i1 ir 11' ' I itiir, DBWARE OF ' red-face- d y, lloateller'i Rtonmth lilttera extirpate li.idiuliL Willi irr. utvr ci nanny I tiruini'llUkla lliuu nny kiinwu muni) , la u nwat Ki'iul lutlituruiil, apptlUir ami aaairliuii, aa lliouiaudaof our touutr) n uud vtonicuulio lutv t Xh ritimd lia iilicu Iu ultiiiul hiliuiilui iiitlu niiiurv uiiMilf. fur aula by all Druiicl.ta uutl Ik ulna 8TTEffs yi in i ally M (1 KSILI-M- iSaaaf Nt I Iuu I lu, IIauilu if T W uf iron, Ieru rltt n ltarkand VhuMtthoruthl tmlaUilU wriitt 'the ! only pre Mutnttton of (run (fMlf Wilt ioi Ceiurrinrtn trrtltia fharartrrUtUof m Aeomhtnattonof Pro-tojt- um! lltu.x juNU lit luy revrtue, aul Xnlhrriron urriMtratluM. lu in viitrrituisuf I Ml, Jl AKTS.IT.. aUlUUIIIaU-- .iHimuiLU-rfulcur- e. 1 urn aware, but are bacWwl up by ultj nil pruola. 'llio llitlci tlfdiiienttv0orguH9HU I nervuu $tttfmtmiihtnt I it tifftltntbtm to iienernlt lUblttttf, t.UMM vf titt, frost nit Ion vf I lttl Vviecr ami Imtxtlenfw, MANUFACTURED BTTHE DR. HARTER MEDICINE GO.. 213 prtMi1' It lu Triftrtncfl lo ftUjf Iruu inu.1 luait u a ucvcuitr lu my nreriicv If Hr I ah i a Mn Nov ttttt IIimmIX i t fTvrt eulor ta(tl tone to I mtturulhralth aMAlxmixly 1 iH4Vle iaim. iuumu ' ' In fart, tufli a itiuiiwuihl ""r-l- . ? SltMWuh Avrme. ."? ,I'1 N, MAIN ST.. $Ti LOUIS.