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Semi-weekly interior journal: August 25, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882082501_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 25, 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. ? Strni mekto Intefiof Imtfnal X.-NUM- VOLUME Jptmi-ttcliln BKJt 510. An STANFORD, KY., TODAY, AUGUST Congressmen. mem-Iwro- 25, 1882. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 72. Inlcrlorlournal Editor anlPropnetor W. P. WALTON, t. n. WALTON. Business Manager Htt I'lilill'hril Tilrmlnw I'rhtaWi IM3U ANNUM. Another Arctic Mystery conductor and brnkemen. land ami hUM and lot of ten acrra of kmi IiiNlriiniciitH, Tho Boomerang reporter sent out I A railroad official, tho other day, with It Apply lomanrar llrlght'a rocket , Culi.i-ryPolo cightocoti NoiipH, TnlmoroH, JAN. KOIIIMNOK. tho North tofinl gavo some interesting figures as to the I.ampH, Perfumery, Fire A mix. Machine months Ago tins juit liccn hennl from. midday express from New York, which iVccdlcki. SMALL FARM FOR SALE. found An exploring party recently Our Jen dry, Sllrortrnre Ami Optical (JooiIh Department li In Clinrgo of Col. was a fair representation of tho fast Tho. Itlclinnlx, t?1io ttIII Itcpalr lintchcs ami Clocks Promptly nnd in tho beat portion of bis remains in latitude express trains on tho consolidated lUrlnK morel to Nlcholufllle, I will Mil style. in 7 Kami, containing about longitude son'wcsl by sou' 4 road. from tho pole, nud near tho remains There wero an engine, tender and ONE HUNDRED ACRES tho following fragment of n diary : nnd eight cars. Tho engine and ten- On th lnll! .I Stanford l'lkf, alwut i ml Ira The place tain agonlauteofcdl-tlTtllon.a- ll Julyl, 1881.Hvrogut been out der, which are considered together, from Inrulll. granextYptatnutSOacrtf; that to In II grain. for a sunstroke and signs of In The houw la in good rcpilr and searching wero valued at 810,000; tho haggago r contatna 7 loonia, alao pantrf , chtern at the door, thaw. Haw nothing hut toe floesand a car, $ 1,000; tho postal car, $2,000; new trn, corn crib, cornhoue, and aaflne snow as far as tho oyo could reach. eferf ptumf.ther-rlesmoking car, $5,000; tho two ordinary any one wantt' applcn, fruit ofpeachea. description in noara, Think wo will have snow this evening frapen, dainaona, almoat any thing tou may $0,000 each, and the call for. passenger cars, I'lrntrof itock water. In light of unlcssjtho wind changes. ahop, ono thrco palace cars, Slfi.000 each; total, from water mile from Mackainltli hralthjr two nillea place for mill, liiatrcaalnglt' "July 2. Spent the foreuooon ex the docton. Inlijuira neter ild ft doctors $83,000. bill. I refer you to Meaa. T, M. tlllard. It. M. ploring to tho northwest for right of I, Inner, W. ll.Uentrf', alao OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. Tho palace cars put down at $15,-00- llrraon the place, and ThomaaSam Johnaon, who Metcall, Htanlord. way for now equatorial und North JOHN M KTiMl.r.Ky. in manycases, worth 818,-00- Add rets arc, 07 Mcholaarllle, II cmlmtccH .Staple anil Fancy Groceries Patent anil Family I'olo railroad that I think would Ihj These cars camo into uso soon Flour, Meal, Ilaeon und I.ard, Tobacco and G'Ikm, Wood immenso valuo to commerce. Tho beof nfter the sleeping coaches, the first grado is easy and tho expenso would en, Willow and Tinware, GIuhm and QucciiHWiirc. Canned instances Stanford Female College. ing used in 1803. In some bo slight. Ate my l"t 1K to Aty-Hahavo cost as high as $25,000 STANFORD, KY. these cars flood ol all kinds iiNicclalty. Itcincniber the place, "The p Intended him for tho 1th, hut got and $30,000, where tho interior Corner Store." With a Full Corps of Teachers, so hungry and ato him raw, with vinwas very elaborate. egar. I wish I was at homo eating will open From tho figures given, it will be Thle Institution Monday lta Thirteenth SetiloD on the 2d In Scpteintier next. lloomcrang paste. comfortable dwelling may seen that a had quite a frost ALL THE BRANCHES OF A "July 3. Vo be built for tho cost of an ordinary last niuht, and it looks this morning passenger car, nnd that tho monoy THOROUGHENGUSHCOUBSE as though tho corn and small for a palace coach would erect Are taught, m well u two guttered. Tills New Mill, containing (lie Intent and It is now mint Imvn a very nnnusomo uriuK, ur oiunu MUSIC. THE LANQUAOEB. DKAW. tho crow died weeks since tho last of stono front residence. INO AND FAINTING. and left mo alone. Ato the leather How He Cot Even with Him. MODERATE. For uiaiinlacturliiK meal and Hour, it now lu full opcratlou. ends of my suspenders tutUy for din. rights. "Dot vos a mean man which went Funny little fellows who had been oud,' said Mose In Tuition, price, range from S25 to 150 In tb IV c will grind Tor customer, for the present, on TucMilay, tier. I did not need tho sujpcntlors shoost now der door tor Kentuckians Only. regular Department,. I'rltnarr, 123; Intermedial) TliurNday, Friday nud Saturday of each week, and on anyway, for by tightening up my pants brought up by baud by the nowspa Tho old stylo gallows speeches aro Fuhrman to a friend who had doppetl 13 u; Preparatojy, 110, and Ojlleglate, SM. Court-Daywill stay on all right, and por men run around swearing about and all oilier public dayx. AVc Hollclt liberal Kb arc I find they into his store. unsuited to Kentuckians. For tho For full partlcolara, aa to Board, Ac, addreaa of patronage and will endeavor to rItc entire satisfaction. don't look for any la'dies to call, so tho press nnd chowing their tobacco benefit of white Kentuckians we hero I "Why bo?" inquired tho friend. SUM. N. V. TKUr.lIKAltT. Prluclpnl Stanford. Lincoln Co.,Ky. that ovcu if my pants come otl by over tho proosilion that they did not givo n sjecch which is moro nppropri-ate- . "He insult me mit my own store." somo oversight or other nobody would want tho President ta lecture them. what did he say f" "Well, .HEX Or IIUSISESS We do this to supply a long felt ECONOMISTS Al way on hand and for Hale. II JrIichI vault price paid for Coru, Cincinnati Commercial. bo shocked. "Ho say dot bill uf hanta mako want: 81IOUM) READ IVIicat, Ac. OrdcrM left at Mill promptly attended to. Very Fait July I. Saved up somo roofing aud "Ladies nnd gentlemen: The indi goot miluck strainers mid a cneese McAXiIsSTKK Ooonomowoc, tho fashionable resort cations are that I am about to leavo factory." a bottle of mucilage for my Fourth of in Wisconsin, had among its guests you; but beforo going I desire to reVTKEKLY JOURNAL OP TIUDK, July dinner and gorged myself "Why didn't you. talk back to A lUNAHCK A!ID I'UULIC ECOKOMT. Th'o exercises wore very poorly at until a few weeks apo a littlo Milwauturn my warmest thanks to you fur him?" ! tended and the cclobratinn rather a kee beauty of 17 ynra and. a young this evidence of your esteem to a truo "Vy didn't I? Bed your poots I PUBLISHED BY THE BltADSTBEET CO. 279, 231, 283 Broadway, Nkw York. failure It is clouding in tho wost Appollo in tho person of n Texas Kenluckian who has brought down did." B-5- T "What did you say?" and I'm afraid we're going to havo youth. The maid mil man met for his man. Even the great Napoloon, Tcrvu, J3.00 per lVor tit Adrunet, Including 1'oilugt. "Vat did I zay? I dold him to snow. Seems to mo we're having an tho first timo during a picnic of arch' when he left bis sunny France, had SIXOT.K COPIES, TKy CHXTS. late spring hero this year. ers,aud it is averred that within three ot half tho audience that I have. I come to hell." ai'F.cimc.v copies will nn kxt prex on at- PLICATION. "July 5. Didn't drink a drop hours nfter their presentation to each consider your largo attendance as an IIvduo nioniA Cunn. Thero are Cy. newapaper. Aa a financial and commercial the yesterday. It was the quietest Fourth other thoy were engaged to bo mar- immense tribute to a gallant brother, three French physicians in New York foremost purjiose of Bkadstbkkt'a la to be of pracI never felt so little ried. Tho rauchefo, an extremely and a popular favorite. I also thank who have a remedy lor hydrophobia tical eemce to busl ness men. I ta rjieclal trade and I ever put in. have bought out my brother, K. II. Wcarcii, Industrial report-- ; Its weekly epitome of bankrupt tho way I celebrated as handsome youth, luught a pair of po- these kind officials for permitting' mo which thfy claim to bo infallible, and clea throughout the United Mates and Canada aud remorse over and Undertaking the the summaries of assets and nihilities are alone and will continue I didn't do a thing yes- nies for liN swcctlicart that afternoon, to leavo you with my boots on, a which consists in throwing tho body worth the subscription price. The aynopse, of I do business the same stand, in the St. Asaph Hotel uecisiuna consmuie an exceedingly reccnrifi-a- i terday that I was Ashamed of, except and in order to sijcuro n boat to suit privilego accorded to but few who into such perspiration that the poison Talusble feature. Aa commercial transactions In stock of Furniture of evthe wider sense, are coiiilm to be more and more building. will keep a to cat the remainder of a box of shoe him, purchased Out outright that the leave here to go where I am going. I will bo forced out of the1 system conuiictetioii a statistical ttasia, me inionnaiiou ery description and sell iigures that cannot bo beatIn IlaADaTUEET'a la of the first ImportI ate girl might enjoy u sail on the lake. don't know where I nm going, but, if through the pores of the skin. They containedto producers and middle-meant lotb , blocking for supper. To day en. My stock of Collins and Caskets ivill bo compreSITUATION AdXirULTUIAL my last boot heel, stowed. Looks as Though they walUed upon the piazza doing one's duty as a true Kentuckian nro so confident of its value that cither TDK TXADK AND UNITm STATES AMD TliaOl'OHOUT THE also hensive. Shrouds and Robes always on hand. TkLKOKAI-l- l TO r U nirOSTKD though wo might havo n hnrd winter. until after miduuht, they wero up merits reward, I think I will go where ono of them agrees to bo bitten by a BKADaTIEET'S UP TO TUX HOUR OP repair and do carpenter's job work. PUBLICATION. his "July G. Ato a pound of cotton with tho lark to parry on what tho every good citizen should go, and mad dog and undergo treatment by (Orders by telegraph promptly attended to.) guests thought to bo tho fastest lovo where hundreds of Kentuckians be- associates, in order to prove itacfilcacy, wasto soaked in machine oil B. K. WEAREN. GO 13AHT ! WJRHT I 30 making on rccirtl. But Psyche's longing to my church havo gono. I provided a pecuniary reward is offered Thcro is nothing left for SO IVOKTII t but ice water and an old pocket Iwok wings wero to bo finged ere midday, feel that after getting a send-of- l I will by the Government or by individuals VIA LOUISVILLE for dinner. Iooks ns though wo and Cupid was t tread upon n thorn receivo nn ovation from my fellow-a- t for the test. 11 it thero aro opportuAUD TIIE " m time countrymen thcro which will do mo nities enough to test tho remedy with- exactly At that might havo snow. & MISSISSIPPI W. "July 7. Tins is n good cool placo tho train from Milwaukee brought an immense honor. Methiuks I already making a caso. to spend tho summer if provisions excited mntrou, who arrived just iu time behold tho multitudo awaiting me tells of a mischievous Peck's Sm g 3 DAILY TRAINS 3 were moro plenty. I nm wearing a to prevent tho nurriage of tho lovers. with n brass band, nnd yelling in Milwaukee boy who, just beforo the I lias Just Oponod a Pino Stook of tones, shouts of welcome. undershirt witli thrco woolen Tho unsuspecting doves wero getting return of his mother from a summer Louisville to Cincinnati! Good-bye- . ovcrsliirts nnd two benr skin vosts to- into a baroucheto drivo to tho par am not afraid to go. resort, filled his father's room with THK EAST AND NOUTH. Stato feminine apparel. The boy says: "I day, and when tho dew Itogins to fall I sons when tne cir s motner catno Ilangnmu, now you jerlc." Frra Patlur Cars and New Dajr Cnachsa Without Change. havo to put on my Hullalo ulster to down upon litem like an Iowncyclono. Jourunl. slipped up stairs, and looked over the 1 Consisting of keep of! tho night air. I wish I was A friend had telegraphed to mama on 4 In the enseof banisters. Ma said something about DAILY TRAINS Gkkmd of Disi:A8i:. It seems pretty lonesome tho evening of tie dashing courtship, diseases such as typhoid, which attack heavens and earth, aud where is tho home. at tO liOlUN hero since tho other boys died. I do and she hurried to Oconomowoc by the stomach, disease germs aro remov- huzzy, and a lot of things I couldn't AND THE WE3T. not know what I will get for dinner tho first train. That afternoon firm ed along with the oxcreta; and if, as hear; and pa swore, and said it's no Coaihes to Bt. Louis Withunless the neighbors bring mother nud sobbng daughter boarded is often tho case, tho drainage of the such a thiug, aud tho door slammed, SIIng Cats ami Car Change. 7 tomorrow, out in something. A big bear is coming a rnr for homo whilo tho ranchcro town flows into a river, nnd that river and they talked for two hours." 2 DAILY TRAINS 2 I wish stood upon tho platform nud blew n is used in sorao after portion of its down tho hatchway as I write. Tho annual consumption of quinine Louisville to Indianapolis, Chicago, Also, a Nioo Lino of I could cat him. It would bo tho first kiss nnd n cloud (f cigaretto smoke iu course as tho water supply of any AND TUG NUItTll in this country is stated at 1,000,000 Gllvestoti News. squaro meal for two mouths. It is, their wake. town near its banks, there is great An expert before the tariff Day Coachts and ltecllolng Chair Cars Throuch ounces. Without Change however, a little mixed whether I will Perhaps the npst wonderful surgic- dangor of diseaso being communicated commission says tho retail druggists eat him or ho eat mo. It will bo a al operation ovoi performed in South-ingto- bv tho water which wo drink; for For WimlilMKloii. lliillliunro, l'hilnilrl. I am oponing daily a Full lino ol tbo Host Goods in tho Market, to be realizo from $1 55 to $0 75 profit from Iililn, New Vorli mill Uoalun, cold day for mo if ho" wnB that which saved tho lifo however well it may bo purified and every ounce sold. At that ralo the This Is tha Virjr lest linutc, as You Hue No sold at Bottom Prices. Call and oxamino. Change of Tralu. tho littio son f Mr. Orlando Whit-uo- filtered, wo havo no guarantco that it retail druggists' profits from the one TIM W. HIGGINS. Salesman. Hero tho diary hrenks oil abruptly, of of Daricu, hoso neck was dislo- will contain nouo of these germs, Hate Through Day Coaches on All Trains! $7,280,- article of quinine nro between nnd from tho chewed up nppcarnnco cated by tho uj ctting of a carriage. which wo have seeu aro so small that 000 aud $10,800,000 annually. Have No Midnight Change I of tho book, wo aro led to entertain n 3TOI3CPiT OI3CTJ3FI.ODEI cfc vis performed by Pre. they pass throueh tho finest filters, ArrUa at Bt. Ixiula S Hours In Alliance of La Tho operation his safety. W1IUI.U.SAI.K AMU IthTAII. DKALLU8 IN horrible fear ns to Tho result of n Southern duel do- Kuseoll, of New laven, nnd Osborne, It is in this way that almost all tho M Oilier Man, thtrtbjr ercurlng more tlm for uisMug change ufisrssnj getting Arst cholco ramino (Wyoming) Uoomornug. ponds a great deal upon tho locality, of Southiugtou,tnd was ouo which great cholera tinil typhoid epidemics ol aeata In cars of connecting Hum. Easy Comes Easy Coes. it would appear. In Virftinia, as n w required great sljll and delicato ma- havo spread. Tho finder of hidden treasure, tho general thing, the combatauts return anil the onlr TuIudlsnanollaanJChlraca. nipulating. Thojittlo ono was obliged "Well, I tell you, I nm out of poli from tho field cf honor to a wiuo supper. Ss llueglvloglta'iatronsa UerchindiH. Shesi Husk. Bool:, and all Kid! of ride along heir to uuclaimcd estates, the laud w to lie in u plus te. of Paris cast of his tics. I caro nothing for them any MUhlgau. the ihorea ol Lake tho way in Kentucky. holder of That isn't owner who "strikes oil," tho wholo body, fro its neck to below more. After each campaign I resolvo ST., CINCINNATI, O. NO. 66 tho prizo ticket iu the lottery, or any Thero both meu generally return full Tor Tickets, Kates, Time, Mips, Ah. ll'l'iy iu lliii; I.lnm, or other sou of Adam who finds his pock- tho kueo joints. It was tho only thing to mako no moro speeches, and this of buckshot, and with uo appetite to Tlrurl AHi'iim ui aumeis ets full of unearned dollars, is in a po- that could haJ saved his life: a timo I mean it. I hopo I nover Bhall Grand PIANOS, Squaro PIANOS, and Upright PIANOS, K. N. 1IKOWN. Southern Vaswnger Agt., Pittsburg Dispatch. of. S. K. Cur. 4th aud Main bta., Louisville, Kjr sition of peril all tho more daugerous movement to tin right or left would make a political speech again. Thero speak W II. SHATTl'C. W W l'EAUODV. Muhogouy, Freuch Waluut and Ebonized Cae, in for the reason that it is unknown and havo caused imhut death. Dr. Os(Jen. buiiU, Hen. ran. Agt., In Rosewood, Satinwood, A stand of corn from Texas, nine Tho demis no principle to fight for. Ciuilnnatl elegant designs to correspond with any style ni Furniture. unthought of. An honest shoemaker feet eleven inches higb, was recently we belief has had charge of ocrats nro doing all thoy can to hide of our acquaintance, who mado a good borne, tho Chicago Board of SYRUP BROMIDElHlM" Elegant Parlor Organs, Chanel Orgaus, Church Organs, living lor nirascii aim latniiy uy piy-in- tho caso since lb setting, and under their past, nnd tho republicans nover exhibited at A letter accompanyhis trado, a year ago received his caro the ch d is progressing fa- tiro of rcadiug their epitaph. Tho Trado building. Imme With ouo Manual, with two Manuals and Pedals, containing the most beau crop 81,000 arrears of pension money. vorably. Soutiiugtoti Phuitiix. democrats aro ashamed of their record, ing it rays that tho Toxas corn tiful, powerful aud useful combiuatious over procured Ho was a sober man with no vicious will bo about ono hundred and forty diately, t in reed Instruments. Truck farmin. has increased to nu aud tho republicans say, 'Wo wero bo appetites to gratify; but ho bought million bushels this year, agaiust eev KN ll.lir.1l HP. IJiTiTTIaROTivl his wife diamond car rings, his daugh- enormous oxtcu iu North Carolina. good then that everybody should voto in 1880, and twenty, Wo invite the publio atteution to our largo and well selected stock ol ter a piano, and set himself up as a Ambroso Lindsy, who lives on tho for us now. It will bo difhcult to enty millions llenes. PIANOS and ORGANS, and our unequalod facilities for furnishing million in 1881. thrco shoo merchant instead of a shoomakor. coast near the uuth Carolina lino, find a dividing lino in the next elea tho best class of instruments at low rates. We purchase for net cash iu Tho sherift sold tho poor fellow out Coj. II G. Ingersoll. tion." Kxcewivo rain has greatly injured THp GREAT NERVINE larger quantities that; any other house in this city. Tho ox porno of our ratal laflsutinstory aff.e. week. His debts will follow him sold $80,000 vJrth of potatoes last It Is the r.i.4r lu is last r otb.r Iloultlirumull.iu, iUtluguf Ik K.rus II . PIANO and ORGAN Department is far less than some housOther arraera aro making Klovcn schoolboys of Geueseo walk tho crnpj of Great Britain, an J the for years. This man is tho type of year. 1ioful di.... u lt We have resched lower es doing exclusively n Piano and Organ trade. r.iivf. thousands pf his follows, JTjiila. Re- largo sums of i moy out of this and ed to Niagara Falls August 1, 1832, I'uK Mall Gatctte confesses that "tho II r.lio.s A.lbuia. nlllistl of tlio II rare, Nliortur uTHrrolli, suJ llatrrli'e prices than havo been tendered by any dealers in this market, aud guarantee with nearly cord. um4l.l.l tn " lise luo.l ivuili.s. reguuUg other truck cro i. Tho discovery is and agreed to meet thero again, if liv- foreigners must supply us all instruments as represented. We sell on easy monthly or quarterly pay. rsl bouls estlae llwlr U.llcul "r Tho lensth of the Suez Canal is being, uindo tha' it does not pay to do- - ing, fifty years. Oil Friday, tho 4th half our food." Tho damage to Britajlir curt lur iwiinr..". I) HI kit. ments, and any instrument taken on trial, not proving as ropreseuted,, may .lro,.II.A.lMr rurNrKONU ulnetvuirio miles and seven hundred vote tho laud td tho production of a lust., seven ofithem fulfilled tho prom- ish crops was less severe than was ant'ismiit:i.iKiiii'iHi:ni.i. (. W.T. ... bo returued at our expense. Wo solicit correspondence with persons desir II I. li U.UI.H.I..I .1 IIM 'N. U.J.W.B. yards, and tho distauco and forty-onMuur I'll.., &U rr.il. hi U4II. Hi.ll.4 sluglo crop lik tobacco or cotton, ise, taking with them their wives and ticipated duriup; tho first half of July, .utlirrj. ing to purchase, and tako pleasure in answering all inquiries. W. II. AIIIIS.MI.i:V. IV.B U.n.u.hA ..1. lM.Bt amMAta. ,t litV.aA,, v Jrom bucz to yario is not quite, seven JOHN CHURCH ic CO." mm4 Mr Chslu but it hftfl been serious. ask jour lcufl.l ' children. year after year. Ty miles. Brhool-hoii67-semi-weekl- y tl 11-1well-kepamoke-lioiiv- e, c, e, d fUTiey Olio of tho funniest things In life is f to nolo tho swell that sots on a Tho swollen period Congress. comes ui!) a motnlcr nfter ho has been a few mouths in his scat, and has ceased to wonder how ho got thcro. Congressmen form a mutual admi ration society. They may quarrel among themselves Intensely and but, after all, it is a won derful thing to bo n member. I'acli member aids in enlarging tho other members in their own minds, and the development becomes gigantic. Tho frigtful slaughter that occurs once in two years restores thedisturbed equilibrium, but tho pcoplo at' largo have no idea of tho agony that is in dieted, The Hed Slayers in this may think thoyslay, and not tako on much about it, but tho slain know full well they aro slain, and moan nnd weep and want to como again. Iluoly a membor goes out with Often ho lingers and contentment. infests tho lobby, and seeks to shine in tho reflected light of former greatness, lie usually regards his successor, whether of his own party or not with tho deepest contempt. Your old mem-Ite- r forgets in tho midst of his relics of grandeur his original greenneso, and despises fresh blood. Tho members full into tho way of thinking that they aro tho government and that any money of tho people of tho United States belongs to them. AMtM lbo 1)ubHc ,,iun(ler lLo other day with a sensa of ownership, and regarded tho President's veto ns an interference with their personal tttaf en At Ithers See us. Mr.O. Thomas, of tho Somerset Jlr pnUlrati, who was hero with tho llaso Hall club of that town recently, writes as follows in his paper : "Stanford, tho county seat of Lincoln, is a pleasant town of about sixteen hundred inhabitants, situated on the L. it N. It. K., nud surrounded by a fine agricultural country. The town itself has fino hotels, splendid business houses, good educational facilities, and last hut not least, n good newspaper, edited by V. P. Walton, who, notwithstanding his democratic proclivities, is a genial gentleman, and well liked by (ho people at largo. The county is in tho t enjoyment of good, turnpikes, trimly cultivated farms, nnd is ono of tho best regulated nnd prosperous counties in tho wholo Stnte of Kentucky. It is in this highly favored county. lKirdoring tho piko that connects McKinney Station nnd Stanford, that Pink Cottage, tho celebrated faith euro resort of George O. Karnes' fame, is located. Tho resort itself is simply a collection of modest, cottages, situuted in tho midst of n fino grovo of trees, and surrounded on nil tides by Nature, clad in her most captivating garb of Laying the virtues vernal loveliness. of the faith euro doctrine aside, tho puro, invigorating air, healthful influence, nnd calm beauty of this peaceful spot aro sufficient remedies to rejuve-nat- o tho most debilitated, nnd to these influences, more than any others, wo opine, nro duo the marvelous cures that have given Pink Cottage its celebrity. pink-tinged Value of a Railroad Trow, Few havo nny conception of tho monoy vnluo of an express train. Tho handsomo locomotivo and elegant cars aro admired as tho train comes pulling into tho depot, hut when seen from tho point of view ftirnishcd by the Hnrtfort Couraut, thes pectator is astonished nt tlio responsibility placed in the hands of an engineer, fireman, Tell ni, Tewlnge.1 winds I ask Ihem tint again It llira no ilnunt ipot Free from malarU'i reign, Whern ague enter not, Or leter'a burning pain f Tftewlngeil wln.l.all shook If with chill. And rath prulueol Imi of lll. -- Kew York Ann. MROBEhTOTAGG DRUGGISTS AND PHARMACEUTISTS. POR RENT! Thlrtj-flt- e Opera House Block, Drug, G'liuniicn.M, I'a n I'm, OIIh, IVhII Stanford, Ky., MukIchI acres ofcorn Un.l, IS (frit of whrtt IJOAIa73IIM IN I'll por. H'Iiich, IlqunrH, Jlnol.N, CietirH, rSiiilioncry, GROCERS, rchool-boua- St. Asaph Block, Stanford. 0, work-mnnshi- MBMMl WMdS MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY sVcd-ncHdaH TERMS y, Flour, Meal, Corn, Bran, Shipstuff, &c, A SAJJLDE. atXTXKX-PAU- FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING K WEAREN, Stanford, Main Street, B. at I to-d- ay. I furniture full at Furniture I '. 01 I E. P. OWSLEY thuu-deriu- seal-ski- n BRAND NEW GOODS, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. St. Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, CARPETSjOII, CLOTHSi TRUNKS n 8 it CO.. 3. PIANOS AND ORGANS Mil WEST FOURTH ma e W (. N e- - K & Drue.' adm'r v Cin. It. 11. Co , Pulaski. NOTICE to CONTRACTORS. NOUS OF CURRENT EVENTS. Htaten, by, Ac., v Ilryant, Ac. Casey. Senator Heck lias gone to Minnesota Cook's ex'r v Melloberta, adm'r, Lin Heslnt miili wlllkereeslvfil I.Tlrie Plrnt-orsand Montana. lh Hlnnfinl A rrearhersvlll Tutnpll Oo. An Edmoiuon county farmer took O7o coln. until noon August 2, IMz, for the ronitruf lion ot pound of honey from ten colonies of bee Hunter v Porch A Cook's asssgnee, Ac., tlie.proiHise.1 turnpike n'l from near Msnronl lo 1'resrhrrsiltlei Ihe work In I mntlriietrt In Friday Morning, thin reason. Lincoln. nnsmllsor less, amnlln( to timltea-lion- s . T Wallace, A fire at LouUTillf, Ky., 'lueftlay, whlrh mar of BnginFtr : (livens adm'r v Hhottse, Ac, Lincoln. matter says 'Tho sixteen Southern I lie larrnets Mallonsl Hank nf m fount! al lainajreil tha Mnden Flour Mills to the Hlantbril. The eontrsrtnrs will l required to Ilurdett, receivers Caldwell, Lincoln. States, including Virginia and DelaWALTON, W. P. EDITOR work, In annk faith, tiy Hepteiiiixr I, IS S3, snJ amount of Ilradley v Nelson, Ac, Garrard. ssturic-lor- y I8KI, ami lo alt complete It hy Julr ware, will cat 163 votes. If Head- Governor KcIIork ha decided to ac ttYtirllr for prfmanc The following case which are under Oinpanr reserves right lo reject of contract. Tin anr or all Mitt, cept the nomination for CongrcM in.lhe.1rd submission, are now, by order of the Court is saitl tlint preacher's sons arc justcrism and n confused condition of J. J, Ml'.WI.AMI, Louisiana District, I'resMent. HtinfirJ, Aug. IT, 1IM of Appeal, transferred to tho Superior wont boys Hint are things generally should deprive tho generally tho The receipt nt Ilia treasury arerage a Court Docket) immi raised, duo no doubt to tho fact that democrats of Virginia, and if riiumsioMt.. million and a half dally, the largest crer Drown v Carpenter' ex'r, Lincoln, litis. their parents overdo tho matter in at gration and tho colored voto can, as it known in the department. T. w. vaaaow. Lincoln. sell v Cincinnati It It. Co., Wallace k. viasox. tempting to train them in tho nurturo is claimed, tako Delaware out of th F. Clay will no doubt bo the demT. W. W.B. VAItNON, The esse In the 8lh District are set for solid and admonition of tho Lord. A case democratic column, tho onco ocratic nominee In the 2nd District, since the eleventh day, October I, and are I ATTOIINI1VH A.X' T..A.AV, RTANFOItP, KY. Suuth will bo able to cast only 138 McKenzio la oft" the track. in point has just occurred nt Unwell. Kean, Ac., vs Green's ndia'r. Office In Owsley A Son's new ImlMlng-- up stairs. votes for tho democratic nominees. Jim Sommers, a brakeman on the O. Pastor Love, of tho 1W adm'r va Knott, Pulaakl. It. O. KAUFFMAK, Kentucky Central, waa Instantly killed Phillip va Owsley, Lincoln. Presbyterian Church, had raised his This is about tho worst phaso tho t ATTOltNBY A--KY. while coupling car near Puis. bo exChevi, by, Ac, v Lytle, Ac, Lincoln. LANf ASTKlt, two sons to tho nges of 12 and 14, Southern voto can reasonably Egyptian hare cut the Mailer ('omuilxloner and County Attorney. Will for prudence's Powell T Gray, Iloyle. practlea In all the Courts of llsrranl amlailjolnlnf with a religious rigor hardly surpassed pected to take; and canal near lanullla, but the supply of wa McKce t Smith' adm'r, Ac, Garrard. counties snJ In IhaGouit of Appeals. sako wo thcrcforo assumo that tho and thought he had them in beautiful ter will suffice for for some time. Linvllle v Itobert, Itockcaatls. South is good for only 138 votes. In tiiomau The druggist will have an excursion! . TitK Glasgow Timet pokes fun at training for tho sweet byo ATTOIINJ3V AX' T.,A."V, that caso the Northern States must 'em to Niagara Falls to attend tho American A fashion nolo says thero is a ten BTANFOllt), KY : Ono moro such a republiBut tho boys had got hold of n dime thus more to bring tho Druggists' Convention, September 12 to 15, dency to drop overskirts. This is np Will rracllc In Ilia (burls ol this ami adjoining furnish sixty-eigh- t novel or two and read of tho remark can expedition as that lately led by snd In the Court of Appeals. Olflcw In counties It I reported that a company with a palling. party into power agalu. OwiUy A Son's nsw IhiIMIds up stairs. able adventures of youthful highway democratic tho Louisville Commercial, and our caah capital of $15,000 has been organized California, Indiana, Novada, Now friends of Peoplo learn wisdom by experience. and other robbers, and they deterALEX. ANDEHHON, that party will have to at Lexington, to start a prohibition paper , A man tiovcr wakes up his second ba- - A.'X"r01tN33V and New York will cast 71 Arv ia.-vmined to try their hand nt tho busi Jcrsoy borrow seed to got in a crop of voters in that city. by to sco it laugh. votes, or just about enough to' insuro DANVILLi:, KY., The first bale of new cotton was re nesslhcmsolvcs. Thoy selected their for next year. Tho officers in that what asIt is no less vnin to wish death than Will practice In tho Courts of ltojls and adjoining father as tho victim and discovering a democratic victory. But unfortunato expedition have n forlorn- - ceived at VicViburg, WeJnenlay, and waa it is cowardly to fear it. But, accor- conatltwsnd In tho Court of Appeals. classed a low middling, and sold at 25 surance hnve we that all thoso State that ho had recently como into tho ness of expression that would stir the ding to common rumor, those who "go MAHTEnsON PEYTON, ccnta per pound. cau bo carried in tho teeth of tho patAT'l'OttNIJV AT JiAW, in ships'' for tho first possession of 85,000 they chloroformed of the for sympathy of the axDKXiMiNaRfaarAiicYrotjxTr, from Brownsville, Texas down to the sea A die) ateh ronage and results of various assess1.IIIKHTV, KY. and relieved him of it. They were lest who stands nt tho door of tho ci dated 23d, reports 5.1 new oases of yellow time do both without a scrtiplo. Will practice In all Ihe Court of Caiev and adare nt tho command of tho and houso joining counties, given In ths Court of Appeals. caught after several days but had got ments that gar shop. We aro thinking of get fever and two death. At Martamora Tho largest diamond-cuttinSpecial attention to collections. Offlcw orei republican party." ten rid of a considerable portion of ting up a benefit for tho sorely bereft were 11 death and a number of new catc. is in Amsterdam, employing llu per- It. T. I'ltrro's sloie. r was cut. The Wettern Union Telegraph Com sons, whero tho their wealth. It is told that Returns from all tho counties givo in that unfortunato affair, but tho idea Dll. J. O. OAHPKNTKII, wire and Tho trade is difficult, and tho wages a flogging was administered to them Henry a majority of 41,869 over Ja- of bringing together such an amount pany now ha :)27,000 miles of . . KF.NTUCKY from 87 to S12 or oven 814 a day. 8TANK0U1 Ninety-fiv- e per cent, of aro 10,7.17 office. on that peculiar portion of tho body cob. Considering that this is an off of soreness renders it impracticable their wire I stretched along the railway Offlcooier Ilolt. 8. Lytlt'i store. Ulrica hours Fractions of a penny havo nover from S to H and 7 to r. x. which will mako it exceedingly un- year; that his opponent was so truo n on account of tho want of slippery-el- of the United State. been paid by the Bank of England in pleasant for them to sit down much gentleman and heretofore so good n Howard Underwood, who killed Ilelle distributing the dividends on tho na J. J. W1L80N, facilities. bo for o next Christmas, oven when democrat and that Henry was in a Lucia, hi mistress, al Charleatown, Mo., tional debt, nnd tho accumulations of The new law prohibiting railroads a they go to Church and Sundayecbool. measure handicapped by his Louis- - from charging over three cents a mile Tear aco. ha been convicted of murder tho unpaid fractions nmounl to 8TANF0HI), KY. in the fint decree, and sentenced to be Offlco and Residence, Upper Main ft. villo escapade, the result is oven betwent into effect in Toxas, on the 5th, hanged September 20. Bv a rnovisiox of tho law recently 1.EE V. HUFFMAN. ter than his most sanguine friends "Oh, Lord I prick him and let the r greatly to tho disgust ot tho railroads, Professor U. Urown, a enacted for the extension of Nation wind nut of him, and then, perhat.i even nopeu or expected, it is a which have not only increased freights of El Paso, Texas, who had whipped the ho'll bo ablo to preach," was tho pray STANFOIin. KY. al Dank charters, a very unjust dis deadener on independent candidates, Oflco Houth sldo ilttn rltreot, two door shots but ordered full faro to bo collected Ron of a man named Hostwiclt, wa met on er of a church member when a pomcrimination is mado.in favor of banks Myers Hotel. tho aud "movements" of that kind will the street bv the father and brother of the Pur Nitrous Oildo (laa administered wbso rt-from all children not actually al tho boy, pous young minister nttompted to de having a largo capital against thoso qnirc-i- . and stabbed to death. bo few and far between in the future. liver a sermon. breast. They say that it will bo im having lese; as by it a bank whose cap11. O. MOllUAN, o. D. U, Major John Gatlierwooila planted a Compared with tho Blackburn mojor possible for them to run at the new is over $150,000 is entitled to reThe stealer of a horso in Minnesota ital grain of corn in hisbick yard on the 2Gth Will bo In Stanford two imIi ity in 1879, the differenco is only 2,- ceive circulation to tho full amount of rate, but the experience of tho roads day of May. In four day it came up, and could not find a saddle, and took a ofeseh raontb.fruiii flrit Mumlay. I)enta! rooms McA liter A llrliht's. 048, and but 893 less than Hancock's to the bight of sack of feathers to ride on. Tho s'ick InSt. AsspU llotfl, otrrtwo wrekaof eseh luontu in Kentucky is that tho differenco is in 71 day thereafter grew tho' par value of the bonds deposited, Atlncsiler had a hole, tho feathers wero slowly IiHoatgn.) Monday Mental rooms In Mason House. majority in 1880. Kentucky, is still 15 feet and one inch whereas, a bank whose capital is 8150, more than made up in tho increase of miles (Kcwslgn) I'urr nitrous otld gtso aJnilnlilcrol democratic to tho core and our repubThe Delaware democrat held their strewn along tho road for twenty W tf whsn iiKTMary. 000 or less, can only get in circulating travel and they actually make more and by means of them tho rascal was Slate Convention on Tuesday. Chat let C lican friends will pleaso not forget it, notes 90 per cent, of the par value of at the present rato than tho old. XT. YHtMM AhUIITIM.MF.XTK. Stocxlev waa nominated for Governor on hunted down. when they go to prating about their bonds deposited a discrimination of The devil seems to havo gotten into the fimt ballot. Cliarle II Lore was nomi An Illinois couplo eloped so hurritl-lparty carrying it within a few years. NAM M. IHTltDKTT, nated lor Congre bv acclamation. 10 per cent, in favor of ones. that the girl went barefooted. Tho Tho thing can not and never will bo the children ot this fatate, lor in N EY AT In Iloone county, Iowa, a few night fellow's pritlo defeated their object, for Thus, all legislation on finance conaddition to tho tragedy here wo read Mt. Vornon, Ky. done. the enraged citizens put a rope around ho insisted on delaying to buy her a ago, tinues to. be, as it has ever been, shapHorso Cave, Itetta and Hayes, the neck of a man named Delane and drag A Georgia colored man writes the that at pair of shoes, and thus her father was Will practlc his In Kockeajtla and ed to the advantago of the pecuniarily nged ged hira to jail for receiving subscription to two children of Henry Butler, and In tho Court enabled to overtako them beforo they adjoining countiesgit ea to collection!. of Appeals. New York Sun that the object of the attention great in this country. It is tho same respectively eight and six years, were a magazine and then falling to rend the reached a minister. colored republicans in putting a sepa old cuuning game which was played eating apples, when Hayes dropped book. g Religion-talkinpeoplo with a turn rate Stato ticket in the field in Geor The procein of articulating Guiteau'a ! when tho silver dollar was demonitiz-e- d his apple, Retta picked it up, and this skeleton I nearly completed at the Army for jocularity will nly their wit someis "to break up tho gang," mean ICY., in 1873; and we may expect to gia, times on dreadfully solemn themes. Agency of Bouth-Benso crently incensed him that ho at nnd Medical mueum. It ia doubtful if the Chilled Flows, hear our representatives in Congress ing the republican party of Georgia as onco attacked her savagely with a bone will make a a skeleton No wonder tho steamship passenger Avery's Oast and Steel Flows, Buckeye at present officered. This brother barlow-knifwas astonished the other day when a 'offering thi same puerilp excuse for cutting her so severely Many were found to be porotn, requiring brooding, a sad faced being asked him Beanors k Mowers, Sweepstakes Threshers, Mitchell ram Wagons, New Home concludes ns follows : "I believe tho great care to mount. their action which was offered in that sho died very soon. Sawing Machines, Taylor's Elastio Bed colored men ot tho South will vote tho that coal miner lost tho difference detween "temptation" The case, namely, that they wero deceived and "elcrnity," and when he gavo it Springs. straigth democratic ticket in 1884, In a recent speech Sunset Cox said $250,000 in wage in their atrike, which up said, "Ono is tho wilo of the dovil and did not know tho effect of the bill unless the republicans mako some ef that "tho internal revenue system is lasted four and a half months,agaInt a re and tho other Is a devil of a while." when they voted for it, which in plain f fort to pay back tho money out of used to control tho freedom of elec- duction from four to three and English, is pleading tho "baby act." The danger of kissing a cents per bushel for mining. They have which they swindled us in tho Freed-man- 's tions, and is a part of that mercenary girl wns forcibly illustrated gone to work at the reduced rate at last. Main St., MuiiPnni, Ky. wont do always to fool around a bank operation. Until that aud terrorific system which should When hor father The long atrike of the miners has end- Sunday night. preacher under the impression that he money is paid back, thoy must never have been destroyed by legislation ed in the defeat of the men. Work wa stepped into the parlor thero was a caii stand every thing without resort-'in- g expect any favors from us." Breth shortly after the emergency which resumed in many of the mine. In the string of gum reaching from hisdaugh- - JOHN DINWIDDIE.PRO'R. to physical self defense, notwith- ren, thero is daylight ahead. When called it into being. It is expensive, Cumberland region the Knights of Labor ter s mouth, to tho young maus mom-tachand they were striving to look OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 standing he is supposed to turn the the colored folks go back on the rot- inquisitorial and odious. It is undem- were strong enough to deter the men from going to work until they had voted the as unconcerned as thongb nothing un other cheek, when one is slapped. ten republican party thero will bo a ocratic and unrcpublican. It is corusual had been going on. iiut when atrike at an end. 92.00 Down in JUomphts, last ouuuay, a new order of things cert. fEx. discovered the toll tale gum there rupting." A horrible plot to maatacre the white they degree of embarrassmen t that Special AccommodEtlon to Commercial was a member who had been excommunicapeople of The action of Judge Hargis in tho The democracy of Carter county, just been Choctaw county, Alabama, has was painful. fShelby Sentinel. ted for some offense, attempted to Travtlers. discovered. The ringleaders recommended Conven- in Convention assembled A Western paper tells this: "A been arrested, one of them hanged, whip tho pastor, Itev. J. P. Jay, Nicholas couuty democratic Hou. T. D. Marcum, of Boyd couu- have and the white people are so prepared that young doctor who found himself in Baggage Transferred Free of Charge when ho refused to allow him to par- tion last Monday, was, considering Dakota village without a dollar to the elevated judicial position he occu- ty, as a suitable person to represent it will now be impossible for the negroes to ticipate in ths sacrament of tho Lord's pay a heavy board bill concocted n Ilhave recently takenfcharge of this house pies, disgraceful to himself and the the democracy of this Stato as Lieut. carry out their plan. and intend to live Supper. Tho attempt, wo aro glad to tramp-playe- d The lYras ia authorized by the Fair plan by which a wandering accommolations. said "ho stood on tho Governor ot this Commonwealth for tho part of a smallpox patient, chronicle, was an ignominious failure, Stato. It is stand in tho convention, wildly wav- the next Gubernatorial term. Col. Association to ay that an immense auction a nd the doctor vaccinated tho cntiro for .the man of God waded in and of bachelors will take place at the Floral ing his hat and yelling" for his favor-it- o Marcum would mako a most accom- Hall, Fair town with some insoon had tho billigercnt Ground, Lexington, beginning population of tho i)JTT candidate. We believe such con plished officer and his largo acquaint- at 2:30 r.M., Thurvday, September 1st. nocuous acid at two dollars each- Tho en route to his homo on a shutter, swindle wns discovered too late, for duct on the part of a high judicial of ance makes him n candidate to be fear- The animals will exhibit their gaita, KENTUCKY while every body with one accord, tho enterprising physician and his bo- LANCASTER, running and fancy, on a sawdust track parallel in the history of ed.. a agreed that he had been served just ficer has no gus patient skipped out with ' The Willard Hotel lottery scheme, prepared in the hall. the State, and it is to be hoped it nevpiece. JOHN T. HKHlINl, l'ltOmiKTOK. exactly as he deserved. On August 31, 1803, the national debt will be supplemented. Nothing notwithstanding tho decision of the er Cant. Hcnrr has but littla to con 25 per capita of population. Will some body please rise and ex- more degrading to tho Judiciary could Court of Appeals in its favor, has iwas S78$31 72 per capita.ourThe annual in-It gratulato himself on beyond the spoils A riRST CLlSS HOTEL now plain where Mr. W. O. Bradley gets happen. collapsed and those who havo investof office, as tho burdens ho thut ho In every particular, The latronago ot tha putllc Cov. Com. terest charged on the national debt In 1605 (Il-t- f IIou. and Col. from that the papers ed in tickets with the hopo of some placed on the old ship of party mailo solicited, and satisfaction isrinteenl. Alaiiama seems to cling to tho day owning tho establishment, will wa $1 29 per capita. It ia now $1 09 per its cordage nnd bull creak, aud at one aro so fond of putting before his capita. This goes to show the wonderful good old democratic faith with timo it seemed that it might possibly Our advico is to prosperity and resource of our country. name? He is an honorable man, we lose their money. send it to tho bottom, with the wild pertinacity. At tho recent There are confined In the Kentucky know, but he has held no offico that steer clear of all such institutions. wavea of diagraco lashing over it. Let official majority is Penitentiary 82 convict for life, six beiuir entitles him to that distinction and as State election, the STANFORD. They are a delusion and a snare. Captain Henry look to it that there while the new legislature will women; tliirtr six from twenty to thlrtv be no mistakes or accidents on his for Col. he isn't even a Governor's 57,037 for. years; twenty-twB. Ghatz BnowN, who ran from fifteen to twenty part stand, Senate democrats, 31, nnd durtiif his term of office, nntl a E. II. BDRNSI3E, appoiutee. We do not say this in nny opposition, 2. Tho House demo- vice president on the Greeley ticket in years; sixty one from ten to fifleen year; cenerous peoplo will forget the errors disparagement of Mr. Bradley, for hinrtv-tcvefrom This Old and Voll - Known five In ten yeaia of tho ptist Shelby Sentinel. crats, 79; opposition, 21. Of the lat 1872, has bobbed up again and is now wo realty ueuevn mat mo man wiui Eiotol Still Miintains its fmui four to five years; forty-fiv- e a candidate for Congress iu a Missouri twrnty-slter 8 are republicans, 4 greenbuckers Johnny thought it would be nice to High from three to four rears; nlnt-tseven out title in these degenerate days is district on a prohibition platform. We he could stunt! and 9 independent democrats. AHIj from two to three iMr; rixty six Irom one b a giraffe; for then more to be respected than he who wish him better luck than ho had the to twn year. on the ground and eat tho apple, Its Proprietor is determined that Tin; successor of Senator Bu Hill lust time he appeared lieforetliH public counts them by tho half a duzeu or so. it Shall be Becondto no Country The Cincinnati, Nw Orleans &. Texaa pear and cherrie that grew cm Purm Hotel in the Stat iu its Fare, the danger of a pur-- of Pacific It. It has $100 or Jontw' trees, beyond Owing to the condition ot his eye, is being discussed with Gov. Uolquett Appointments! or AttenPhil Thompson tells the Courier lur i In1 fatMi dug ami bear trans, and could also and A. II Stephens as tho favorites. l Inn tion to Cotfort of 'iur ir which havo become so much worso reTho latter however, says: I have been Journal thut he 19 confident thut the the Lvxliigion Pitir ''tin mine now are taste thu gooil thing all the way their Oaesti. cently as to create apprehensions of But Johnny bad a down his neck. nominated for the governorship of next House will be democratic and quite large, ami omn petition promi-- e lo be soro throat tho other day, and hs ho llacirafe III he coateieil o aad from thedepoi total blinilnt'83, IIou. James A. Tlio i)dge lo be free orchards. Special rrnmwiouaiiaas lo Georgia, and expect to lie elected. It that either Mr. Carlisle or Joe Black- lively in the mreiu laid his hexd on the pillow upon re lo Commercial Traisli . Iks llarnlllbt has decided not to make the b llin tit cud for tliu ocoi' n, h the choicest alwars sinsll.d I am elected I shall understand that burn, if the latter don't let some body ident of the St. Loui Fair,willIndiana Prei tiring he confidently remarked to his Slate braadeof LImoi aad llaars. ruoo fur Congress in the Hopkinsville mother that ho was ulad he wasn't a who elected me want me to beat him, will bo elected speaker. the people Fair, and of the Association t Sharps-burDistrict. He has rnudo a good memgiraflo, after all. A girolm with two be their governor. Besides, I havo DonsEV says that ho wrote over a Mavaville, liourbon and Falmouth. outber and there aro many people or three yards of sore threat dwarfed no ambition to bo a senator. hundred letters to President Garfield. A Chicago dispatch says: The picnic bis own afllictions into nothingness by side of his own district, who will reSuccessor to PaughHy A. Holmes, of comparison for tho purpose this be true there is no louger any at Otfden'a Grove Boston Trampript. Tin: Chairman of the Congression- If gret the misfortune that causes this to wonder that tho murdered raising funds to build a monument to the reason al Committee of this district has calldetermination. "Stop my Papeu." Th'w is what NTAM'OItl), - .KENTUCKY, President met his death with such memory of John llruwn, waa a disgraceful ed a meeting of the committee nt I concern Mavvracttiars ok tho Council Blufl'a Nonvariel says failure so far as raising money Kutuhns from 92 counties show Ex. fortitude and resignation. ed. About .100 persons were present, and nbout that class of men who imagine Danville, Thursday, Aug. 31, at 2 that 80,141 votes were cast for the this Congressional district gave the expense practically consume the re- that without their support their homo school tax and 74,273 against if. This r. M. to determine the most available Hancock 941 majority. Henry car ceipt. The alFair was badly managed. paper would havo to suspend. 'MY lieu Insure its adoption, but wo are sur- point aud timo for holding a convensimply "stop my ried it by 2,509 and Phil Thompson The speakers as advertised to appear have a man saysdocs not ride paper" Ins hobby you t. becausoit been communicated with on the prised that the majority is so small in tion to nominate a democratic candid500 better. Poor never will see that aud go There are rumors of misappropria- may safely risk your last thin spuco its favor, and wo regret to see so great ate for Cougress for tho Eighth ConBilly Bradley his doom is fixed. gressional district. tion of the fund raised. Mrs. John Urown that such a auuscriner is a Knave or a a dispoiition to do the unfair thing expects the editor to . , The Kentucky news column of tho appeared on the aland and wa cheered bhrot.. If. he n. . Puocroit Knott is getting in his toward thoso whom we should seek to ma opinion ior paironago uu is a is run by a man lustily. She I described a a little sun- sell elevate by all the assistance iu out work. He has just given the Salem Louisville Commercial he seeks to crush out burned, motherly woman of sixty-siyear, knave; aud if College at Garnettsville, a library of who knows his busiuois and does it. modest and retiring in manner and speech, discussion of topics of public concern jwwer. bo is a bigot. Such men aro, as a It is one of tho many good features of and plainly drcoeed. Qhe was llrown'a Jjjixii: John E. Halbmx, of Bow- 300 volumes besides a map of tho the most contemptible specimens wife, and I not the mother of his rulo, is spokcu of that very excellent paper. ling Green, was no doubt nominated States aud territories thut of humanity iu communities iu which ion. Fifteen thousand wen aud firo thouthoy reside, and their withdrawal of at Franklin for Congress iu the Third as tho best aud largest extant. Court ot Appeal and Superior Court, from sand hone hare been sent to support from a publisher has about as Judoi: Lewis' majority for AppelDistrict yesterday, as ho had five votes The fall term of thli court will convene much effect upon tho success of an WAGONS OF LL KINDS. KoRland,and about ten thousand wen from tnoxo than enough instructed for him. late Judge over Russell is 6,090, Ho India. Wolveley will probably b able to September 4th, and according to the dock- able and honestly conducted newspa Wainauufscture Carrlagt of all descrlbtlous. is oue of the closest districts in carried 17 of the 21 counties. This u mutter for tho march on Carlo, about fif- et Jtwt published haa 253 cases for disposal. per, as the brayinc of a jackass cupiuriUa- ouir orlmen aud using; bolter is thus laid low for all teen thousand infantry and fire thousand Thoso from thU district are aet for the 13th would have in silenciug tho roar of SSlXJew" ai reasouauia tho State uud tho Judgo will not have iiVh7; JS1 material consld. walk-oveilj r J. timo to come. Niagara, by any means. day, September 30th, and are aa follows i hm, aiUU1IEUTY. a cavalry. Smi'Mt chin 3nlerroroumnI STAKPOBD, -- Under, tho now apportionment it will take 200 votes to nominato a president in 1884 instead of 185 as has ICY. liccn tho number for ten years. Tho Anpst 25, 1882 Atlanta Conttitulion in reviewing tho A Loumvillk Pott correspondent It Harrl-sonvill- e, conreferred to tho Blackburn-Owe- ns test whilo talking to Gov. Blackburn, when that dirty mouthed old beast turning whito with rago said : "Will Owens is a lowbred, vain, imporious blatherskite, who has not sonso enough to mako a decent constable. Tho idea of his reflecting upon my administration, and attempting to hold 'Joo' responsible for my government of affairs, is both contemptiblo nnd ridiculous. My impression is that Owens wants a personal difficulty with his opponent, and if he continues his abuso of him, at the right timo ho will got it." Luke should remember his recent confession nnd "let his communications bo yea, yea, nay, nay, for moro than thoso comcth of evil." SUMMER ln CLOTHING -- J. Al'- frenh-wat- ACTUAL COST! and-byc- i. iiTrJiTi Many of tho Weights Aro Heavy Enough red-ma- For Extreme Winter. Men's Single Sole & Koh-i-noo- ..... Low-C- ut Shoes and Ladies' Low-Cut Shoes & Slip- pers at Cost to Reduce school-teache- HUltdllON DJiNTIWr Stock. SHrnil inrrriN'P y theig Tis Early to Commence a Reduction for Fall Space, but our Stock is Large, and it Requires Time to Close; Jlenco tho Slaughtering Prices. ATTOR LAW, trofi-aslo- Pcll YAKIETY STOKE nT.VIlllNOM, d J. E. VOWELS' Jieadlhe following differences in prices and see our earnestness: 125.00 SUITS AT 818.00 first-cla- e one-hal- gum-chewin- g ST.ASAPHHOTEL 20.00 SUITS AT 18.00 SUITS AT 10.00 SUITS AT 15.00 SUITS AT 12.50 SUITS AT 10.00 SUITS AT 9.00 SUITS AT 8.00 SUITS AT 7.00 SUITS AT 5.00 SUITS AT 10.00 1G.00 It 13.n0 12.50 10.00 8.00 7.50 0.00 5.50 1.00 BOARD. PER DAY. , first-cla- ss UIGGELVS jiotjnx:! 80.00 SHOES AT 85.00 5.00 SHOES AT 1.00 1.00 trot-lin- g, SHOES AT 3.25 3.00 SHOES AT 2.50 2.50 SHOES AT 2.00 lo MYERS HOTEL, 83.60 LADIES' SHOES AT 83.00 3.00 LADIES' SHOES AT 2.50 KY. Propr. LADIES' SHOES AT 2.00 2.00 LADIES' SHOES AT 1.50 2 50 n x Roptation, 82.25 LADIES'SLII'I'EItS AT81.C5 MlT-re-il red'ir -- 2.00LADIES'SLIPI'EIISAT 1.50 1.75 LADIES'SLII'I'EItS AT 1 35 150 LADIES'SLHTEKS AT 1.25 1 25 LADIES'SLII'I'EItS AT 1.00 WM. DAUtlLERTY to-d- 81.00 STItAW HATS AT 83.50 3.00 STRAW HATS AT 2.75 2.00 STItAW HATS AT 1.60 1.50 STItAW HATS AT 1.00 1.00 STItAW HATS AT .75 .75 STItAW HATS AT .50 Fine Carriage Buggies, sub-Jec- ... AND PHAETONS. Boys' and Youths' Clothing', Shoes a ndH at sin Same Proportion. Au-oth- er - om-cii- BRUCE, WARREN & CO. """ijnp New Lylle'a wago'n I'alt, (Ui.tnoKt at Itoliert 8. anil beef at W. T. (Ireen's. Fresh lot of breakfast bacon and dried commence nn JtMT received a new line of buggy liarnc. W. T. flreen. The auiwinos have put Judgo Halley'n hip In n plaster of Paris bandage, and he Is I" You want a nlee new buggy, you ran getting along reasonably well. gel a bargain at J. D, Dennis A Co', 10 L oVM I0CAL TIME LAID. La in i. , call and examine the lignt run Limestone street, Lexington, Ky. 9 (01. M. Psaasngar trtlnt North.. ' South. ' . J 05 P. M nlng New Home Sowing Machine, the best A very pleasant Impromltl hop was In the world, for sale at Chenault, Sever given hy the young men lo the visiting la anre A Co', LOCALJVOUCCS, dles, at the St. Assph Hotel last night. Penny-A-t Hoy Paint of McAllster. Wateiimelons are juat beginning to The Knkihth ok Honor yeaterdsy paid Klktrn poomm Huirar for $1 t McAI-lite- r come In liberally and sell at five lo fifty to Mrs. A. L. Hale, $2,000 of the widow's A llrlglifK. cent. The season I later than usual for and orphan' fund due her on the death of Pint oil minting Just rcccirnl at Mo them. her husband, who was a number of the Ilolierts A HUkrV t Last Notice, All accounts due Hale A order. Halt, I.lme ami Oincnt constantly on Nnnnelley not settled hy Septemlier ICtli, hand a A. Owsley'. A thief entered the meatdiouse of the Nkw stock of Jewelry and HiUerware at will be placed In the hands of an officer. newly elected Judgo of Oarrard, Wm. E. Penny A McAllsterV A.T. Nunnellev. Walker, Esq., and stole fourteen large lleautlful line ol latest liot stationery, When YOU 00 to Lexington, don't fall pieces of bacon. Of course the peretrator at Mcllobert A Burr's. Fruit Jam In any style and at your lo call on J. II. Dennis A Co, 10 Limestone was a radical. . street, and see their large stock of carriage, price at McAllater A DrlRlit. Doo. Moorekieli), a disreputable char- ThoLARGEST ST00K of WAT0HES.0L00KS, JEWELRY -DEALER IN- Sorghum MIIU and erap bugglex and Ciukh Mux. acter of Danville, shot M. A. Cox, Tuesday, orators for ssle uy A. Owsley. AM NIIaVIUtWAKK during a quarrel over a woman of llAiinr.n. T. L. Taylor a I)Vr.iti of (lood Tea will find the best barber, hss taken charge of the St Asaph The wound I In the arm and Is not con- Ever bronght to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowet. Watches, OlocVs and In the city at Penny A McAII'ter'n. Jewelry Repaired on short notice, and Warranted. Watchw, Clock and Jewelry repaired shop and I prepared to wait on gentle sidered dangerous. men In the best of style. Call on him, and warranted hy Penny A MeAllater. HOItSi: HHOEN, IIOHNE NIIOK NAII.N, Sheriff J.N. Menifee finds tax col.. I'A M. lot of Zelgler'a Hlioe juit reielr-e- d lecting a slow business and therefore pub iTisorrriNO exceedingly dry, and unand for sale at J. I. A H. 11. HlianW. lisher a notice In this issue warning the MANNING'S ILLUSTRATED STOCK-BOO- K WANTrn. Country lueon. highest mar- less it rains very shortly the corn yield will McAllaterAllrlght. bi very materially reduced. The pasture. people of the wrath tooome, and If you aie In cah paid. ket price T,rr fferattr b4j U. Il la tlt LlMt fta4 mtrt MnUt wrt ft tmd la lm.a hrssll.f ' RwHt, CalUf, . 400 MA, Utlr hrM4., Ww4!ir, tnUaf. fl.Mf .f SIMM.. irHnl, .4 t4IM. Orw l.OOO f PuitK Alden Fruit Vinegar, bent In the ure getting short and stock water very wise, you will read and act. !4t4.AfllMU.TiUWMtatrrl'l,VISffu..l,Slrf dulrlat WUW Illa.trstU. IlnaifImmi, lla. 4. V. CORN an u.aU r Tina.,.. Olln.h.w.11vtwrlatrTww. fcf Nil y.rtl.alaf. tl.ita ul aikntyTTWWSBIIAlr A IlrighU scarce. world, for sale only by McAliater fcJgOS., M WTjt SVlH'CHS jTM;. wn. M Itwi. ISIr... .1 Laurel Coal Co , composed of Lincoln and You will find the beat IlltUCK, Waiiren A Co's builnc has so county men, J. W. McAllater, Pres , Clec. cigar In town at Penny A McAlla. and W. 8. Hocker, much increased that they have been com GIvens, ter'a. s 30th Kentucky Regiment of mounted inFive thousand bushels of EVAPORATORS, MAYFIELD WATER ELEVATORS, Foil the purest ami freshest candies and ielled to employ another clerk. Mr. John Sec'y., Is now raining and shipping coal. Wat fruits, tropical and home grown, ! W. llastln is the new man, and is a recent The coal Is of very superior quality, and seed exchanged hands at Lexington the fantry of which he acted as Colonel to the close of the war. wayrgo to McAllster A HrlghtV, graduate of the Iexlngton limine Col for grate purposes, better than Pittsburgh other day at 80 cent per bushel. C. 0. Ware sold to 11. F. Ilobinson CO ! coal. T. T, Davlew and A. T. Nunnellev pTrsonal f f. VERNON DEPARTMEN 7 fat wethers and ewes, averaging 214 pounds II QUEENSWAHE, OLASSWAltE, Little Peroonam. Mr. It. II. llro are agent for Lincoln county, Mim Kliza Owsi.rr hai returned Sam. M. Burdett. Editor. at 3 cents and a premium. naugh presented her husband with another The cokrestondino committee haa re from a tisit to Iexington. Col. II. I'. Thompson purchased sevA picture lent near the depot attracts Mus. Ki.i.aNih.11, of NlclioIaaTllle.is boy Wednesday, It weighed 11 pounds, eclved a letter from Judge James Oarrett eral more crops of growing tobacco last people who wish their shadow caught. and Is as sound looking as a gold dollar. and Hon. M. 11. Khorer of Adair, In which week Ti.illng MIm Ira Smiley. at 8 cents around for next winter' J. L. Joplin gives notice to the public Com on t, &c. Also Miu. J. Owm.r.Y Dunn, of Kichtuondi Mr. Laban Withers also rejoices over the they ay of the Cumberland It. It: The delivery. J. II. Graves sold 300 Cotswool by written posters that he will apply to the advent of a son. time from now to the 2Glh Is so short that ewes to H. Sexton, of Pennsylvania, at $8 County Court next Monday for a tavern la visiting her sisters here. we cannot have a meeting of our citi Mim lUmr. Hiiiii, of MoKlnney, i Harris A Dawson have jutl received zens, but we have seen and consulted a per head. They will be taken to Pennsyl- license with privilege to sell intoxicating with the Misses Thurmond. And tho vania, fed on turnips and bred to South- liquors by retail. I'i tons nl Luke Ice, which they wilt sell In Mim. Jar. I. Foim, of St. Louts; ts small lots at 1 cents per pound. Persons number of our icople,and we feel that we down bucks. Next Mondsy is County Court day. It Winchester Democrat. are justified In saying that this county will Tltltlng Mm. Mary V. llswman. There were 000 cattle on the George is the last term at which Judge McClure wanting large lots can get It on reasonable Mna A. A. McKiNNivhaa returned from terms. They Mill sell manufactured ice at secure and donate the right of way. Our town market; quality good, and selling will preside. His successor will be aworn None claim a better Flow, but hope to have an equal. Roofing, Gutterpeople are very much Interested In the sue from 3 to 0 ing. &c, done on short notice. semal week' flail to Crab Orchard. cents. A few of the rough into office on Monday following. 1 cent ier pound, cess of the road, and will give all the a Mn. J I Daw WN and wife left Tuea one left over. A few broke mules; demand Personal Judge G. W. McClure T. M. JOHNSTON, It com 18 a llltle late, but J. A. Lytic, slatance they can. Salesmen. day to tIU their sons at Ash (Irore, Mo. good, and selling from $100 to $140 for or- and Mr. L. II. Carter obtained license to WALKER MoKINNEY, Chairman, and O. II, McKlnney, SecretaJutxiK J. 8. Kenihuck, of Somerset, dinary grades. Horses selling well ; com- practice law during the present term of MARRIAGES. ry, desire through us to thank Mr. T. D. la with hie daughter, Mrs. J. V. Alcorn. mon plugs $20 to $75. Sound horses would Court. Judge M. II. Owsley left Monday Newland for his klndnes and attention on Eld. Jos. Halluu united In marriage command good prices, $100 to $170. A to attend the Congressional Convention at 1UV. J. C. Coldwkll, of Culleoka, during Wednesday, Mr. Thomas E. Clelland and his srrangement of the Tenn., has joined hi wife at Mr. Iogin' few hogs on the market selling at $8 per Hazel Green. During his absence, Hon. Miss Sallie, daughter of Capt. James Moo.vkv, of Neshlllc, the late republican convention. Mim Jooik J. W. Alcorn, of Stanford, presides as spehundred. all of Parkaville. Tenn., ! Tlsitlng Mra. M.Clark Kngleman. Heavy yields of spring wheat to the cial Jndge, discharging his duties with beWe areola!) to welcome our regular DUNN McltoncRTs. The marriage acre are reported from the threhing ma- coming dignity and marked ability. Mr. i.t Miu Jos. It. Hurra IN and children, corespondent at Huatonvllle again. His of Islington, are guest of Mrs. James long, stay at Cumberland Falls has no of Mr. James Dunn, of Garrard, to Miss. chines in the great grain fields of Dakota. W. A. Rurnside, of Lancaster, was here DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY FANCY ARTICLES. Paxton. doubt, so re juvlnated him physlcslly and Mamie Mcltoberts, daughter of John M. A farmer near Aberdeen threshed C50 buih-el- s this week on busineaa. Mr. George JopFbralclaca' rreacripttona accurately compounded. Pharmaceutical Frtparatloria a apeclsltr. McKi.n.ni'Y la encmling a Intellectually, that we rray expect a bril- Mcltoberts, Jr. was solemnized by Eld. Jos. is visiting relative in this Mim Annie from seventeen and a half acres, an lin, of Danville, few weeka at her grandmother', Mrs. liant letter from him every issue hereafter. Itallou, at 3:30 Wednesday afternoon, in average of thirty-sevebushels per acre of county. the presence of a limited number of friends No. 1 wheat, weighing sixty-on- e CmcuiT Couiit Notes There have pounds to Wrens. Mr. W. H. lllHOINt lias juat completed am! relative. The bride wan very becom- (lie Dh. J. W. Jaukmn. of Texa, who IS bushel. Report as to corn from other been fewer trials at the present term than buinc-- a at the Wearen ingly attired and looked more than usually Waiting hl relative at Louden, called" to his first year of points in the West vary according to usual. Larobert Thompson was convicted stand, wilh very satisfactory results. He bright and pretty. Immediately after the see us Tuesday. weather, but in a general nay the prospects of grand larceny and sentenced to one ceremony and amid hearty congratulations, of the crop show no falling oil". Mix.iCAt.LiK Pool, and Minnie Sur- is an enterprising, capable and accommoyear in the penitentiary. Martin and dating young merchant, uses printer's ink the young party left for the home of Mrs. DE3C 3NT lier, of UradfonUrllle, are the guests of the Our old friend Km. Tarrant, write as Radford Cobb, who ha been confined in Ireely, and is bound to mcceed. Try him, Moore, in Garrard, where a reception was Misses Dinwiddle. charged with manslaughTexas: the Stanfoid jail follow from Waxalachie, tired that yoi will receive hon- given them that night. Miss M agciik Ckow hai returned from and rest There is much sickness in this section on ter were brought here for trial Tuesday. est and liberal dealing. an excursion to Old Point, Va., Washing-toaccount of a wet summer; vegetation is For a wonder both sides were ready, a sev- TaVea thlt opportunity of thanking hla patrona In Stanford and Tlclnlty fur tbclr liberal aupport, and RELIGIOUS. atock this early In the aeaion, before txlof cullad bopea to retain It, M he baa aelected a and oilier point. erance of the cases wsa had, and the trial are fine. Our ingenious county man, Mr. W. C. Smtintl rank, and crops Last Sunday's Indisnapoli OTcr, and It Mia. T. J. Holm, of lteechland, Wash. McCormack, haa been rtiiueated by the the size of whisky barrels are selling at 0c of Martin Cobb was begun. The testimoMr. Ington county, spent aereral day flailing Chicago Industrial Kiinitiot), to forward contained five or six columns about and Corn crops can't be beat. A promi- ny showed a plain case of IUrne and his meetings; all of them com- each. In thia vicinity till week. nent farmer by the name of Abe Freeman, the jury after a few momenta deliberation From the beat of Foreign Mskera. They will be cut and made In firt-du- i a model of his Improve.! stave bucker to plimentary. atyle. Hla motto la: Iter. Jno. Sallie and family icturnol be put on exhibition (here. Among the whoso veracity la well known by several of returned a verdict of not guilty. Mr. Cutting and Uspalrlng neatly and promptly done. "To Excel." The Iter, llristoe has written ltcv. J. S. home yetrday after a TiIt lo hi many advantages of thdinventlon Is that it In Kentucky, informs me that Warren then very properly filed away the Sims that he can not assitt In the protract- your reader father-in-laMr. V. M. Fair. he has engaged 40,000 board to cover his case against Radford Cobb. Only one docs twice aa much wark aa the old ed meeting which was to have commenced 2'otmo grain in corn land or any ordinary land no preparation ia needed where thu implement Miks MATTiECitENAUi.T.of Louisville, Is so compact on the common law care has been tried by a jury with half the power and with a here The meeting has therefore corn field; his corn drirt into the field and go to wi seeding. to this writing (Thusular A. r.) that of il used; timpty who ha been tiilting MIm Mainio Clie third of the amount of labor. need gathering. been Indefinitely postponed. Mr. Sims will ground it don't nault, returned home yesterday. J. M. Proctor vs. J. W. Riddle, in which LINCOLN COUNTT. -It It. Matters. Cast. J. II. Mc.Michesl, preach as usual Sunday. a verdict of $50 damages waa given to the Ciiitr Clihk John A. Fleet, stew-arSome of the Hustonrille. Wedneaday. He aaya there are chief engineer of tin Knoxville Extenplaintiff. The case of Main ys. Pine u here of the Meridian Street Methodist About half past 10 o'clock Tuesday Hill Coal Company was set for yesterday sion, pasted on tho tnin yesterday on his till 140 guests at Crab Orchard Spring. Every- Church, Indianapolis, which I being uaed evening Mr. Joe. Averitt discovered his and it was thought It MimMahy Owsley, of Stanford, at- - return from a trip ovet the line. would be tried. The by Her. George O. llarne, became dis- dwelling to be on fire. All efforts to exFirst-Clas- s Grand Jury adjourned on Tucday after tended tha' grand ball of the ShelbjTille thing is progicssing fiiely, he tells us, and One. Combined pleased with his method ot preaching and tinguish the flames were futile, and the Hop Association, and wore brocaded satin. he is confident that thire will be no delay returning a good number of indictments, wanted to decline the further use of the building, with probably It conof the road. Ucyond the mostly for misdemeanors. Misgrti Annie Uuchanan, of Crab about hi part Making the best and cheapest implement ever produced. An implement that is inditpensable in church to hlm,but when they found that Eld. tents, was consumed. I learn from Mr. A. Tennessee line, howver, they are someOrchard, and ltelle Doty, of Oarrard, every crop adtiealcd. David Walk had offered the free u?e of his that the properly wa nearly covered hy the can catch up by inwhat behlm', but yr.V iDTKUTlSKMKSTS. who hi lieen Tisitlng here, were here yes creasing their force, thich will be done at church whenever the Methodist clofed Insurance. terdar. got ashamed reailied Ilobinson creek their door against him, they Hustnnville is tho same quiet, sober Ma, Jas. 11. Owrjva, who haa been In once. The track of themsclvea and abandoned the foolish- - and Industrious place as when I left It. The ! in the Intereat of ten mile beyond Iximlon, Wednesday attempt. Michigan and Minnesota convulsion of Erfrpt fail to create a ripnight, and the Capt. r- sure that It will be the McConnlek machine, I back home Stolen, from my paature, 3 inllea from Mlddle-burple on Its placid surface, and Forepaugh's at Williamsburg by (ctober 16th. , ,'.iC(ii'.oM TIruirit Jlule, i LAND. STOCK ANO CROP. for a few week. to dis- handa high, and baretooted. A bridle waa stolen circus would scarcely have power wife, from my nelfbbor lonsgn him. 1 will giro the John White sold to C. 0. Ware 2 Mn. JamimM. CAnrENTKiiand Sudden Death. Tuesday night, the a bora reward lor hla return to me turb it equanimity. Even the 810 pounl heifers at 3 cents. ol St. Louts, are Ylsitllng Mrs. K M wife of Jack Hasty, 6o lives near MuKin-neJ. SI. KDIIAXHN, fail to arouse enthusiasm, and Mt. Baleui, Ky. 71lt McAllater & Sallce bought IS, hogs It has been Is claimed to and other relative. died suddenly f what Fair is the 1C7 lbs. at 7 the near approach of Jarman' twenty-fivycara since Mr. C. was hero have been a congesli'e chill. Wednesday from John Smith, weighing oily security we have against utter stag !! ! he had the remains reps red for interment cents. Dii. J. H. 8. FiUSMi: and wife were but the brothers of lie dead woman, the I'on 8am: I desire to sell my Hay nation. Home again. Had to leave the Falla TO Tim Or LINCOLN CO.:-called from Monllcello Tueaday, by a barged that she had Trees, and 75 tons of hay. Terms easy sooner than I expected, In order to remove Messrs. Frederick, taxes harsuow been due me since Junefitn for 1882. Aaiuoatsll hate got the money In the announcing that their daughter, Mr been Kisoned, and revised to let the burial K. D Albright. Rev. I. S. McKlror and Dr. Steele Railey, bank doing them no pood, J aakthstsx payers to Sulky Harrow sndSrtder. The Albion Kdmlilon, wa rapidly sinking, but ontlieir to proceed. Finally, however, on the adMr. M. K. Helm sold a suckling mule of your place, from the varloua tempta come and attle. lon't think because you sre good For lest money tlum rewind to obtain a grain drill, tchich can only be utilized in one crop, that wa don't want your taxes. The earlier we get find that he was rearrival were overjoyed to vice of an attorney, trho said that the au- colt to Sam llaughmau for $110. A tions incident to a fashionable watering the tax ofguod.paylnguien, the belter. We then this implement can be haa, which icill put in all kinds of small grain in the ray bent manner in know who to pnsa. Meet me or my Deputy tolictter. thorities oiiuld easily'exhume, If there was markably fine one. place. Dr. J. S. Hays still lingers amid morrow st UustooTllle, sod on Saturday, nepttm less time and with lets labor than the best grain drill made. JUIXIE J 11. DKNNIS, any evidence of foul il ny, by practical OOKOLUKHIENU, It haa been demonstrated tembcr 2. st Crab Orchard, at Slsnlord at sll the lunrral rites of Owens' Mountain Elysi-urthe fascinations lt times. J, N. .tt IINKIKK, 8. L. C. in Hardin county, tltat hee- hat opened a large carriage establishment were performed. Wcjhave asyel heard of farmera but Mrs. 11. ia with him and will guard at Islington, and U prepared to ell any noonmplalul to the fliciat, and the mat- - raiaing pays 100 percent. annually. him with an angel' care and woman's Ky. Institution for the Blind. A part of the old ISoner tract of land thing that l una on wheel, either at retail ler remains In doubt kindliness from the snare that might eni Wc are glad to hear thai or wholesale. near Camp Dick Ilobinson, Garrard, wai tangle his inexperienced feet. session Mn. A.C ItoBINSo? has shown u a copy This Institution will open Its sold this week to Mr. Hudson at $100 per he Is proapcring in hi new location. the It la earnestly conducting the on Iw 4th day of eeptember uext between Dr. J. T. Lapsley of his grand parents marriage certificate, to dealr. that etery blind child saien acre. meeting here, preaching twice a and eichteen Tearaof aice. cartablo of rwelTlluz fu LOCAL MATTERS. which hupriiesveryjiighly. It is dated at Mr. C. D. Chenault sold 150 acre or promised atrucllon, will be lodured to tak. sdrantage of line of Wilmington, Delasire, March 1st, 1785, hi farm, recently belonging to the W. J. day to pretty fair congregations, but has the great uillltlea ottered by the Commonwealth D. Klam haa Just received Tsluable education and Is signed by I.nirence (llrcluls, Itector Walker' estate, to Dr. Thomas 8. Moberly uot yet succeeded in getting up the enthu- of Kentucky for obtaining s by the Stato. Ad liijen tuwel. ltuard aud tultlou prutlded dresa II II. UUNIOON, Huperlolrbdtnt of the of the Sweedteh Ch rch of that place, who for $100 per acre. Tho farm is partly in siasm which has generally attended 'I'. N. undertakings. The Rev. Dr. is an Inalltullon oftho Ik ardor Trusters Ili:i.l., Foil Kent. The Ja N. Davis How certifies that on the late named, he joined or Hi rroaldeut Richmond Herald. the town limits. sji iiawn j amii'M y" ,'wa, p slltullon for Kducalioj the Blind. will doubtleta be l.nnu. till Janusrv 1st. Al'l'ly to K- K in the holy bond i matrimony, James and is going the rounds that excellent preacher, A statement lialow, I'oaltlon of Teeth sod Later while at work. Kohlnaon and Call rlne Augustus, The James (Jurat of Pulaski, It a half owner of able at length to arouse our phlegmatic 4 disturbed Then by detaching the Seeder you hare the best Jlarroa in the world, one that wilt do more work-iThe vounu i.aiiiw who have been rus paper Is very course) and yellow, but the Harry Gllmore, the horse that won the community. Ills service was messenger once going oicr the ground than an oidinary harrow willin a dotcn, besides doing the work Heating in the mountains have returntd. handwriting I largj and round, and aa $0,500 omulbus race at Monmouth Park, a last evening by the arrival of a and with more ease. liked to legible as tho day It ta written. Mr. Rob short lime since. The gentleman referred In search of a doctor, to visit a Mrs. Phelps FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS, faster It is aid that several of them nearMorelandt Station, who wa said to Inson also showed u, the original deed to to I Jas. W. Guest, of Ujylo. have ruu wild. IVI WILL SKLL have been kicked by a cow which she wa the 'Witmot land, fliere wero 237 acres (1. W.AIford has returned from TenTiieiik will bo another excursion train to of It, and the price pill for It nearly a hun- nessee with a car load of mare mules, for milking. It wa ascertained that Mrs. P. BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, Junction City Sunday, to pass here at the died suddenly whilo in the act of dred years ngo was 420. which he paid from $140 to $200 per head had 1N1I same hour as before. More cara and lea milking, probably from heart disease, there ownImuku his own, licknsk. About a Ho think he has the best lot he ever crowding are promlaed. DRY GOODS NOTIONS! being no cuts oi bruises on her person. mooth ago, Craig Sfdmore was married ed. He also ha a car of 900 lb. steers, Elias Wr.1111, who claims this county as by the ltev. Cobb, olC'arey, to Mis Ilafley good stoppers, for which he paid from DJ WAYNE COUNTT. In the 20 PER CENT. BELOW COST! hi home, was sentenced to one year of this county, am'fur a while all weat to 1 cents. Monlicelh. Thia la no adrertlslug dudgs These goods must at hi trial In Lebanon, a few penitentiary, of Wakefield, l'arrls & Allen sold to Thos. well. It leaked out j few days since, how Mr. Jennte Francis fell from a door sell to make room lor uuother Una for goods already purchased. iMu't take our word It, but tome robbery. days ago, for highway ever, that Skidmorhad not obtained li- K. Wood 40 eitra yearling cattle, weigh-82- 5 step at Mr. George Fleumlng'a and broke and see for yourself. U l A VV XlZ-suSs-- awSSMiSZlat,i HcAMSTt'.K at HHIMUT, lbs., at 6 cents. Wakefield, Karris & the bone of her forearm on the right side I AM 8KLLINO Laurel County Coal, and cense from the propr authority to enter Co, of Monday last. everybody else, will find It tho marriage state letlly, and Investigation Allen sold loScroggan, Hudson my frlenda and ""'- vaXt<beeiiJ 3 Mr. John Vickery I quite III of tyto their Intenst lo see uib before buying proved that he ha palmed oil" on the Louisville. 22 broke mules, 14 hands Foallloa of Teeth and LsTsr while not In um, Inches high, at $120 per head. P. T. Gen phoid fever. Menifee Shearer ia juat reprtacher, who does bt know aa much their winter supplies T. D.'Newland. jyirr planting your crop, by removing thret Utth you can thoroughly pulitrue the soil, cultivate he ought, a paper wit ten by himself, or an try sold to Scrogitau, Hudson & Co., of covering from an attack of fever. An inand dtttivy the veeds in tvo roies if corn at a time, a thing that no Uher cultivator will do. milk oow, from Th. drat annual combination mIs ol the rUook Stbaykii. A AsfinU ttatiil, hat is an implemeal that can be used in every crop cultiiMled and one that is accomplice, purport: to be a license. Un- Louisville, 17 aged broke mule at $185 fant sou of our druggist, Mr. W. K Gann, UrovdiraofMadlsou aud ndjoiul.g countle. will Farmers, euuie and set it, get a sum. Madison Fair Urouuds at celUd in none by any other implement; durabU and siuiV. the undersigned at Junction City, on Aug. der till state of casJ Squire Carson, upon tier head. Danville Advocate. Is juit convalescing from a severe attack of take placou the Ky ,ou jie) oiii fry if. Jf it does not do what we claim for it, we do uot want your money, 15. She la ten years old, will welfih about application, issuedit warrant charging cattle are In demand In fever. Good butcher GEO. D. WEAREN, Agent, Stanford, Ky. A rumor has reached here that Col. Friday& Saturday.Sept. 8 &J 9 Com 1,100 pounds. A satisfactory reward will Kkidtuore with forget, and Deputy (leorge Cincinnati, other grades aretiutet. . Waters. be gWen for her delivery. O. V. Iu W1THF.RS, Mt., Tjinauter, hy. R 11. W&WEX, J'jt , llichmond, Ky. In tow, but did not mon I quoted at $2. 50 to $:l 25; good to Frank M. Alexander was shot and severely Caapenter took hn " Oa Friday, the till, about Ulie.lorNo.1 Hones' dllKKX .t WILLIAMS, Aqli , llvhmtiUt, Ky. to $5 2'; common to If not fatally wounded, at Pine Knot, a few Miilai. Jaika.udJ.uueLa. many of lb. horae. Wins of Jefl'erson Jone, who hold him long, as lid , realltlng that ho choice butcher, Tun ukmainu thoroughbreds; also shout 60 bead of bhorl Ilorus Montqomtrf't Ttstimomal.J luive cultitatedmy crop of torn this neoAunuith ths, Hon. 7. B. was about to get io a serious snap, gave choice shippers, $1 75 to $7; Blockers, $3.70 days ago, Col. Alexander distinguished -- Hulls, Cows ud lleirrs-w- lll be .tiered, died ten years ago of pneumonia, were r Combined Cultivator, 1 farrow and Seeder unci can say without hesitation that il n Me bestf Oil Saturday, lb. 1Mb, about 300 of th. beat Sheep Albion Hog are steady at $8.33 to $8.70 hlmsell a a gallant soldier In the federal moved from the farm of lit late aon, him the dodge. Klnerous efTorl to cap to $5. sver oneroast puoue aai. in giauisou couuiy, iu harrow or cultivator I hart ever seen. Van plow ten acres of corn a day with all ease. Itldoes'itt during the late war. He first enter eluding SoutUd.wuasudCvlswolds. Thos It Mvulgonury. work perfectly, und I tan cheerfully recommend it to viy farmer friends. ture him alnco havj failed. It seems that for selected butcher and best shippers; army Lewis H. Jone, Tuesday and b bad by spplylug Fuller to $7.40. Sheep are quiet ed the service as captain in the lat Ken- for catalogue lubiuallou ru J. II. HOisUH, to In the Huflalo Cemetery. Tho bos was mere were no oujeijons irom any cjuaner common $075 3b aw grain with thu Seeder no (ru Aorul in rwuimf lo clean it from filth as Mia it alldont lUcbuiond, Ky. 4 cents; lamb are In light demand tucky Cuvelry under the redoubtable Col, It. K. EpuoksoH, Auctioneer. nearly entirely decayed but the coffin waa to the marriage anJho forging waa alone at 2) to R-by th diinr uilhout stopping or getting off his seal. Fraik WolforJ, but later he recruited the August n, nn. at tj to 0 cents. committed to save lie $1.G0 fee. In a good state of preservation. Friday Morning, 25, 1882 m HIE District Hchnol will next Monday, 28lh, In the the llochesler avenue. school-hous- e INDUCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY ! Linens, Piques, Fans, Plaid Ginghams, &c. I also offer, at Very Low Prices, my stock of Jeans, Flannels and Woolnes, which were bought early this year, at the close of "Winter sales, at 15 per cent, less than present value. Money saved is money made. Come and see me. JKespectiuny, ltuitT. s. bixiiJU. 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 & McALISTER, W& II sprlng-wago- firat-cli- Shelf Hardware, Iron, I WoMoTaffltffl. hf, w.1 Cut Nails, Buggy Spokes, Rims, SHAFTS, SHELTERS, ., m Straw Cutters, Cidor Mills, Sorghum Mills, Vlco-Pre- blue-grar- Stoves,Tinware Fruit Jars 3rioceiies? alt, Lime, THE CHAIYTPIQ1V STEEL FLOW, CJENUINE OLIYER CIIIXsXilSD PI.OW. Court-hous- e Co-ni- t, PENNY & McALISTER DrPDE3.3Fl.M.OISTS, emu n H. G. RUPLET, O u9l 3VEIE. a-- -. STANFORD, drit-cla- ia T TAILO IT., KY., n Water-melon- s Comprises Everything that is lTew, TDHCE! .XjiDSIONr ts HARROW, CULTIVATOR & SEEDER. Three Implements in one-thir- d $25 REWARD g, Car-penl- camp-meetin- y, e e. TAXES TAXES tele-gra- The Spring-Too- th n, 72-- forty-fir- st 1 Evan-t-eliat- - -- -- niay-.j-j- BARGAINS. jfQgKBMUHBibl , Ti-- -- i&mg&rssx jjz& a. Combination Sale. J' S red-roa- ltliu-uiou- d, $1-5- 0 ' r ' PLKA8ANT1UK8. A ooot, swindlo : KAULIIilt PA8HION8. tho ice ami Othrr AoWnf jrtiffrto'n- mrri's I'lflti lYnrt Ago, yVnrn the Sew York Vn. In tho early part of this century wed' dings in New York were not tho olalx rata' affairs they aro now. Tho festivh tics hegnn and ended with tho nmrriftgo ceremony, Thcro wero no ushers, no rehearsing nt tho church beforehand, no reception after tho brido nildgroora returned from a trip of a fow days seldom ft fow weeks for tho gentleman could rarely leave his business. There were bridesmaids and groomsmen, no best man. Weddings usually took placo in tho evening at tho brido's residence, and not infrequently tho happy pair wont directly to the house that had lioon hired by tho groom and fumishod by tho brido's family, Tho brido's trous-sea- u at Hint timo was simple. Sho novcr wore a veil. This was introduced somo years later, was only ono yard square, of a simplo net, covered with thread embroidery, and was pinned up on tho head behind. Sinco then veils havo increased in quality nud quantity till they aro now priceless heirlooms among tho rich families of tho country. Tho brido's dress was mull or embroi dered muslin, short, as was tho fashion, both in skirt aud waist. Pearls, not diamonds, wero tho height of her ambition, though diamond rings wero beginning to bo worn. Tho entertainment, or rewas also much simpler, freshment, Thcro was a wedding cake, with n ring in it, to lio cut by tho brido. Sherry was used in much greater quantities than any other kind of wino. Cham-pagu- o was n luxury only used on grand while at ordinary parties occasions, porter was frequently seen. Tho caterers wore two or thrco colored men, who wore found sufficient for overy emergency, French cooking not having as yet como in. Dinner parties (except tho claborato) wero all in tho daytimo. As for parties, ovcry ono was invited for 8 o'clock and expected to leave nt 12. Entertainments fifty years ago had not seen tho waltz that was introduced a fow years afterward. Country dances, "The Bonlanger," n very pretty wheel-figur- e danco not unlike tho court quad-rillwero tho favorites. A cotillion, not tho elaborate German now danced, was also in vogue. Tho dresses wore short, showing tho whito or black-tiesatin slipper. Tho waist and Blecves wero short, to correspond with tho skirt, Ono of tho party dresses of tho period was of whito satin with n crepo lisso overdress, hanging loose. Flowers were not used as now. If a gentleman sent them to a lady it was thought his intentions wero very serious a sort of floral declaration. If a lady had moro than ono bouquet, thoy wero tied to her side, trophies of her fascination, by n ribbon. A bouquet costing $3 was considered as tho height of cleganco in those days of primitive simplicity. Tho satirist in New York when tho waltz was first introduced had as nicplo a field for his observations as now. If somo of tho writers of tho day compared it to tho tarantula, what would thoy havo called " somo of tho dances of WenVlnpi d ccriso-colored Collecting BTA.ir3?o3ar, Friday Morning, - - August kit. 25, 1882 bill twice, iKQtnnitn : Wlicro h tho best placo to loam to sing ? The desctt. tjiu JtraiiTS or Tin: pjikss. In deciding tho wo of Edward Crano nfrainst tho lloston Advcrtltcr in tho Unitetl States Circuit Court at Ronton, .Jndgo Lowell ovcrniled tho plaintiffs o demurrer in thnso ternu : For tho of ileeiding this demurrer it mint bo assumed that tho plaintiff had conceited and l)ogun to carry out a plan for making a railroad from Hoston to Now York by tho connolidntion of certain shorter lines and otherwise, and that it was n I wirt of his plan to obtain control jmr-los- " I ocOAstoAT,t,T drop into poetry," ai tho roan said when ho foil into tho t, editorial Tim differoneo bctwon a hungry man and n glutton is: "Ono longs te cat and tho other cats too long." was a good thing for tho whalers when Jonah blubbered in tho niarino monster that took him in. Thst blubber has roodo tho forluno of thousands. SoMKnonr has figured out that incomo would allow him to, in ono day, visit 8,000 circuses, cat 10,000 pints of eaniits, and drink G,000glassos of lcmonodo. Tiir Iato Thomas Hood, driving in tho country ono day, observed n notico bo- sido a fence, "lloworo tho Dog." Thcro not being any signs of a dog, Hood wroto on tho board, " War bo Ihi. waslo-basko- It t's in of tho Now York and Now England Company by electing Directors favors- bio to his nehemo ; that tho publication of tho articlo complained of interfered with this plan to his prejudice, and that tho statements of ilia article wero not true, but wero published in good faith, without oiproas malice, and were, upon rcasonablo inquiry by tho defendants, believed by Ihcni to lw true Tho con- 'Fenlion thon is, on tho part of tho deis ono fendants, that tho subject-matte- r iu which tho publio lias an interest, nnd that, in discussing a subject of that sort, a public speaker or writer is not bound at his peril to seo that his statement tiro true, but has a qualified privilege, as it has been called, in respect to such mat- ters. The modern doctriuo, as shown ' by tho cases cited for tho defendants, appears to bo that tho pnbliohas aright to discuss in good faith tho public conduct and qualifications of n publio man, such an a Jndgo, an Ambassador, etc., with more freedom than thoy can tnlio with a private matter, or with tho private conduct of any one. In such discussions they ara not held to proro tho exact truth of their statements, and tho of their inferences, provided . soundness that thoy nro not actuated by express malice, or that thcro is rcasonablo ground for their statements or inferences, all of which is for tho jury. Somo of tho affairs of n railroad company aro public and somo aro private. For instance, tho honesty of a clerk or servant injtho offlco of tho company is a matter for tho clerk and tho company only. Tho safety of n bridge on tho line is a subject of public moment Tho public, in this sense, is n number of persons who aro or will lo interested, and yet who are at present unasccrtainable. All tho future passengers on tho road aro tho public iu rufpect to tho safety of tho bridge, and as they cannot bo pointed out you may discuss tho construction of tho bridge in public, though you thereby feilect uxon tho character of tho builder. If this definition of tho pnblio is a sound one, tho Commonwealth, considered as a stockholder, is not tho public, for its interests aro intrusted to certain ofllcers, who aro easily nsccitaiucd ; nor would tho of- - tho shareholders bocomo a publio matter merely by reason of their number, unless it wero proved that it would be virtually impossiblo to reach IT, therefore, tho them individually. question wero merely of tho effect of tho scliemo upon tho shares of tho Now York und Now England Itailroad Company, a corporation nlready chartered and organized, I should doubt somowhat whether it would bo of a publio nature. But, inasmuch as tho project was ono which affected a long lino of road, as yet only partly built, nnd tho consolidation, of sovernl companies, it assumes publio importance. Perhaps the right of legislative interference may bo taken as a fair test of tho right of publio discussion, since thoy botU depend npou Tho Legislature itlio Bamo condition. cannot interfere in tho purely private affairs of a compuny, but it may control such of them as atlcet tho public. It cannot bo doubted, I apprehend, that tho Legislatures of Massachusetts and Connecticut would have power to permit, or to prohibit, or to modify a schemo such as is now in question. It interests tho public, consisting of tho unascertained persons who.will bo asked to take shares iu it and those through whoso lands it will pass, or whoso business will bo helped or hindered by it, that Mich a lino should bo well, and even that it should bo honestly, laid out, built and carried thiougb. For this reason the character of tho plaintiff as a constructor and manager of railroads sepms to mo to bo open to publio discussion when ho comes forward with so great and important a project, affecting many interests besido tho shareholders of ono rood, and that, therefore, tho defendants, or any other persons, havo tho qualified privilege which attaches to tho discussion of publio affairs. Tho distinction is that when a railroad is to bn built, or a company to build it is to bo chartered, tho question whether it shall bo authorized is a publio ono ; when tho company is organized aud tho siock is issued, anything which merely affects tho valuo of tho stock is private, Tho demurrer to tho auswer is nvrrijlnj. . Dog?" Bnowx says ho hates inquisitivo people, nnd tho worst kind of inquisitivo- ncss, ho thinks, is that exhibited by the man who stops him in tho street ant wants to know when ho is,'going to paj that littlo bill. "What is a juuotion, nurso?" asked a fairy ot a railway platform. "A junction, my dear," answered tho nurse, with the air of n very superior lcrson, indeeJ, ".why, it's aplacowhero two roads separate." A SrnACDSB man mado a bet of $50 that ho could And six women in that city who would marry him, and ho woa it. Now ho's ready to givo tho $50 to anybody who will show him tho way to got out of six engagements. "What a beanSful sight I" exclaimed Mrs. Jones, rapturously, as bIio looked out over tho beautiful scenery from n Pennsylvania railroad car. " Yes," replied Jones, without raising his eyes from his paper, " anthracite." A lady slipped and fell, nnd tho gentleman who assisted hor to hor feet inquired : " Did you break any bones, madam?" "No. I guess not," sho replied; "but I'm just as mad as if I had broken n dozen of 'em I" Said ono fellow to another, " If was as you ore, I would not bo ni afraid of slipping on tho sidewalk." " Yes," was tho response, "somo pooplo aro Hat on ono end and some on another." Tho first chap looked thoughtful and went down tho street. Old Mr.' and Mrs. Smilor wero looking at tho comet from their chamber window. " No, Mollie, no; that cannot bo tho comet of 1813, tho oppendago is so much larger." " Bat, my dear Dor ncc, tho comet was younger then. ' Thoy retired in silence. " TnnRB'a too much horse-raciat FiNELY-DitK.ssE- not at present any Everybody in PilUfleld knows tho drug that possesses thornpeutio valuo to remark-bi- o any marked extent In this tcrriblo nnd Talro trilie, but few know their history. High up on Washington fataltdlsease, and sinco it is daily making sad havoc among human licings, nnd mountain, in a small old principally among that class who, by Isaaa Tatro has his homo. Isaaa is Rfl reason ot their valuable publio labors, years old, and, while neither a model farnro particularly necessary to tho welfare mer nor a model man, has a model wifo. of tho world ; therefore, it become a Born in Canada and reared by prudent medical question of parnmoufU interest parents, Isaac wisely remained unmarthat wo should discover somo potent ried until ho was 82 years old. Then ho mothod of combating thii very preva- took to his wife a widow, eight years his lent disease. Somo years sinco Carol junior, a Mrs Lydla Doras, ono of a famfirst railed ntlentlon to tho treatment of ily ot sixteen children by tho nnmo of Blight's diono by tho uso of a milk Shepherd. Lydla had thrco Doras childiet, nnd sinco then Duncan, as well ns dren, nnd Isaao groaned not a littlo of tho sizo of his family. But tho many oilier prominent physicians, havo poor man dreamed not of what was in written on this subject. Wo havo years havo seen somo remarkable results fol- store for him I Thirly-onlow this treatment, whilo Dr. 8. Weir passed sinco then, nud up to tho present Mitchell, of our city, is now quito an timo Mrs. Tntro has presented her huschildren, making enthusiast on this subject. This method band with twouty-twby including tho offspring of treating a formidablo discoso bos re- twenty-fivof her first marriage. Of thoso was ono ceived suftteicnt distinguished, indorsement to recommend it seriously to our pair of twins; two died in infancy; notice. Wo would, therefore, ask all seven died after attaining their growth ; physicians who read this articlo to try and sixteen nro living, tho oldest nliout this method of treatment, aud to furnish 10, and tho youngest nbale. Mrs. Tatro chilus with their experience, which wo will is said to lie 68 years old. Of her dren ten were boys nnd fifteen girls, and publish. Tho milk it used thoroughly skimmed nnd entirely freed from butter. all having thriving families. Tho grandat To procure tho best results, it has been children and This advised that tho jKitient shall restrict present number about fifty. himself absolutely to milk, and con- mother of mora than seventy souls is a tinue tho treatment for a long timo. It stalwart French womau, who peddles it dingrccs with tho stomach (as it will berries nnd mats from houso to houso nt in somo oasoa), Dr. Mitchell advises that Pittsficld, nnd looks m hearty nud tho imtient Ih) put to bed, and tho treat- strong as do any of her numerous Springfield (iau. Unlmu daughters. ment commenced with doses, to which limo water is added, r.Acu a (iiir.tTr.it viu.mx tiiax until tho stomach tolerates tho milk, tiik utiihiu when from eight to ten pints daily During tho wildcat days in tho West should bo taken, and absolutely nothing a Brooklyn man, who died not long else. Tho sauetion of such a distinsince, was iu business in a Michigan Hinco wo know farm-housour-reiv- es o o -tablo-tpoonf- mt.it Di kt j.y itiiiaiir.i dwkaik. A FAMILY XHK MOTIIRN HKVKNTr. r OF CHURCH lilltrCTORT. I'ae- - OONDRNHKD TIMK. KTIIOHHT.SOUTII.-iU- V. J. H. Mms,tllsthf-- . It Inst slflil Knnilaa c" '.':"" v.'i'-'Lv.r- nimciRj rvcicwi; s nursiST nis.ms. st .00 A. M. J. S. Kline, superintendent. The pictii nrcip wu n oinsn ni-HSimilar In ecsrh month, at J o'clock. Mrs. T. T. tst Hal)) iVai:";. .".."" JtirriingH ii & in.ic DstlrM, President. JArTIST.-ltKT Harm, Pastor Henlces 11 nnSeeond and Inurtli Kunds'i, morning smi night, l"rajr Meeting eserr We.lncs.lsr after J M. iuii;imui mm:. tiiaikh nnmo nohtii. 'ills Maani I, jut. Hun. CO Superintendent Oil ItlSTIAN.clsrWorship he the rontreratlnn ef. Lord's lrearhlnfhT lr J W. hi en Vint and Thirl lird'adsrs. Sundae Xrhool at I IB Jos, rierensnce, nuperimenuens. SOUTH - Iter I. H. PIKSIIYTMIIAN. Kckonl at JO. John Vf. Itent, superintendent. Union l'rsjsr Meeting on Wednesday nights. noon. NtiiuisT Know as v so a. si. is. h, narrow !,. Illehiiiiiiid " Ijinessler " ' ' 11 ..... eo am ' rllsnlrt.... Miellie nir-.-. Mitchell-shun- I.I (Illusion., ("rati ore hard lianeflle- Junction... ... .. Arr. " ltitnon New listen .. -- .... ... ... mh... J t 10 10 III " i aa 10 (jn 11 I " THE NEW ROUTE EAST, lhsnn Junction " Cincinnati Junction " I.ul.tllls. . .., no 10 47 It It p in " t 10 " in WASHINGTON! CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO Tin: uni.y mm: m;.NiMi TtlAINfl (lOlNO COUTH. Msacil 1, TIX Kit. nun. K 1 l.T. lIUllfltls. .... ' CrahOrehsrd.. Arr I.Mngiton . I.ric, Lancaster Arr Hlehmetxt. I, re. Mstiford... ... . ...... ... S J M pm JM " I to a 80 nt 4$ tM " .o " SOLID TRAINS, -- WITH- PULLMAN PALACE CABS Utile liner. Mobile, Monlgome-tr- , and New Orleans. Rmlgrsnta InTeiss hsts thelreholeeof twornules: via Memphis or lis New Orlesns. Time much quicker and rates lower than hr any olher route. Ills also the To Memphis, Pullman Sleeping Coaches From LOUISVILLE To WASHINGTON, TllllOUdllTlli: QUICKEST, 0HEAFE8T AND BE8T Grandest Scenery in America Qmoectlng direct In feno. Hfwl for 1 lloule to all points In Missouri, Kansas, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Nebraska, tWorsdo. Alksnass. Onlr one ehsng lis I'hlrsgcs, lit taiils snd Kssl. Kor fuithsr Information about tickets to the Moulti, Kansas, I'ularxtci, sii-- l en Igrsnl rstes to Florida, add re V. V. At Mil Hi:, Hen 1'ass. and Ticket Agt . Uiiliillls, Kj. Or P. J. Anthony, Agt Btanford. Kt. Baltinwre.PliilodelphiaM. TheOnlr 1M Y. ret I Line to LiU nr raa -- TIIK MO-t- Virginia u ml llio C.'iirolliuiH. Tickets sr on sat at principal Ticket Offices, snd at tho (general tldlceorihe V. A O lUllwsjr, llle-- . at .110 Wrist Mnln hired, HIIUAIII.KIIOUTK T- O- l.itlt CINCINNATI:! And decldedlj Ihe IVpular lloule, stTorJInr, aa II dniw, less ehsnges snd superior acroruinodatlona to guished physician as Dr. Mitchell forces us to scrionsly consider tho merits of this treatment, and wo trust to receive tho experience ot all readers of this journal who may havo coses of Blight's diseaso to treat, Jafcat ami SiiTjjical J!ejorlcr. mtuv.nx 1'Antr.s. A man having a desire to crop tho tail I d ng your agricultural fairs," remarked Parson Jones to tho Secretary of tho county society. "I should like to know, sir, what horse-raci- ng has to do with agriculture? ' "Well, parson," replied tho Secretory, with a pleasant smilo, "nothing, perhaps ; or, at least, no moro than, A lot of farmers who had been listenchurch lotteries havo to do with tho ing to a railroad land agent's praiso of spoading of tho gospol." Parson Jones Arkansas valloy soil nt last asked him saw tho point, and changed tho conversarcastically if there was anything that sation immediately. wonldn't grow thcro. "Yes," said tho agont quickly, "pumpkins won't." IIkbx lies ft man whose crown was woa 11 blowing In an empty gun. " "Why not? " " Tho soil is so rich and No aooner In the gun he blew tho vines grow so fast' that thoy wear Than up the golden atalrs he flew. out tho pumpkins dragging them over And met the girl, on uearen'e green, ho lit the fire with kerosene. tho ground." He also aaw astride ft itool, The man who tampered with a mule, He also saw 'twas might eore The man who whliUed "llnifore." And further on the miner cove Who thawed his powder in the store. HOW UUICI1J A of his Dog, persuaded tho simplo animal that by submitting to tho operation it would lioeonio tho solo subject of Tho faithful Athenian conversation. brute fell in with tho suggestion, and, to show its gratitude, wheeled suddenly round nnd attempted to lick his master's hand at tho critical moment, with tho di.ststroun effect that tho blow severed its tail just behind tho cars. Moral this fablo teaches, first, tho importance of nlwnys aiming at tho right end, nud, secondly, tho impropriety of interrupting a inau in his attempt to cut a talo short, having adopted A (with full surrender) a young Cuckoo, soon found that tho Diot of Worms do mauded by tho littlo stranger was taxing severely her own limited resources. In this strait sho was sorely tempted to turn tho Cuckoo ont; but, repressing tho unworthy thought, sho had herself incorporated as an Orphans' Home, and lived sumptuously upon tho stores contributed by tho generous birds for its Hedge-Sparro- town, nnd formed n closo friendship with ii. w. i'iu.i,i:ii. (len'l rss.'r Ag'i. tho cashier of ono of tho privato banks. Usu'l Manager, Ono evening tho cashier admitted that ho was laying his plans to rob tho bank ot all its funds nnd skip to Canada, nnd 8c his friend permitted himself to bo drawn into tho plot. They were to skip together and share alike, nnd n certain day was mentioned for tho affair to como off. Tho Brooklyn man sold out his store at Ineffrel Augl.) a big sacrifice, and went to Detroit, Cl7tCINNATF80irTllrmN II1VI8ION. wlicro the cashier was to join him with Isr A cm Nlgt tho stolen funds. Tho hour came, and Ks. STATIONS. Kl. V.. P.M. tho cashier came, but ho had no sparkle 40 Lre. 1netnnstl.... in his eye, initio " Busted busted all to blazes 1" ho " (lrorr.Mn.... Islington MM t 4 II M Nlehotattllle. II M It It OS groaned in explanation. It 11 It II " High UrMge IS INstielUe got tho monoy?" II srll) 0 It It "Didn't you t J. -- . JS ! i! JunMlm " bawerMt "Not a centl" IUU. ... tto " pcslnt HisisttMsj aid A.M. IK "now'sthatr ltoekwoud ..M. IMlrCM Cs4 1 ' "Why, tho President skipped out Arr. fprlagCltr .. . I0J Chattanooga-.M3U Sunday night, tho Secretary followed A.M. I P.M. I'.M. him Monday morning, aud tho wholo Lre. Csutlssrfug. 1(1 0 tM ' tfptlg Cllr-- t& IM $m Board of Directors disappeared that a 4 ar ; i l as ' I . " l'ottit DorissMn it '!..A.M. 1 at night. On Tuesday morning thcro , .. ' tswiKl Is It wasn't an infernal dollar bill left to lc use) laa Jsueiko air- 41 ....... . lUDTlUe... tit S 49 3 11 I" steal ' High llrMiw. til CIO 4 Wletistss rifle -- . "There wasn't?" ! 06 fM 41 ... 4 7ts to UalRiea.. "Not a ono I Just think of tho mean41 1 " (rrorgetown IK )W 103 7 40 ness of tho wholo board jumping in and Arr. Ctntlnasll. . . AI.ARAMA IIE.T .MOUTH KltN. A.M. stealing tho cashier blind as a bat. Job . Lrs. OtatlaucMgt........ ....l. Where will human meanness csd?" Atlalla. It . S It . " lllroilcgliam.... Wall Street Dally Xcws. a aa " Tuscaloosa ..... .. .. For further Information, addtvs J. C. KKN6T, Ocneral Southwestern Agent, UhiIiiIII. r.w.smrii, Miuouri, Iowa, Kanim, Texas, The North, Northwest and West. In fact, If jou Kinlsrnplale a trip In any direction, jour Interest will he bestserrnl hr purchasing jour tickets sis K. C ami Cincinnati. tTrslnse-sewsr 1, 1'ull-rul'alacwi ats; Klcgsnt New lsr Cosches, and handsomely furnished llecllnlng t hslr tiers lor in of this Old lletlsble, the unequsled therehf msklnga trip orer this line ont ol and dessure. Try Is. Cincinnati, New Orleans Tesas Pacific Railway. XIIIIwllE TIAIBI1.IBI lt. timktaiim; in kkkloi Sesrin. I.re. (Virlnglon ralnusulli a 00 . may ii, nit Ko.T. .. IUIH ui 1 Arr. Islington.., It II M I.ts. Islington Arr. Winchester . t i 1 " Cjnthlana.. " l'arls. " " Ml. Hireling 41 III &0 II a Ashland . Huntington.. Nor.nl. MUMerMnj a in 7 a ot No. to am 1 IS p in sao pin a tu 4 0 p ni 7 40 pin a in 1 17 ii u m a ni ( e p m 7 00 p in p in 7 ao p m p u S 10 p in wpm p in is ir It tl a ns p m I 111 a iu 3, No a. No. I- I .... ..... !.. lluntlrKtan " AshlarxL.... " " ..... l!atd tl 7 to a as Arr. Islington 7 ao a to l.scs. lilngtsn.- Paris. la P m s oil a m a to t'rnllslsna. 4 w p ns 19 SO a us SWani th e ii n w II 4k a in SWaiu Arr. CstTl HAYwVIM.i: IHVIMIOX No. II l.. Uilnetso a pea. Arr HsistIIIsS xta II II a ns Winchester . It piss Ilia ao a m I 4 iltnis tllsis It am a tu a tu 0u lliis Ne.lt " MsTsiTrleatlsu. " Ialnglon sm " Msjrsslll a losut No. II " Psris 50 a in. Partsa, Let 7pni Nu.lt " Msxsslllelttlpni Trains No. I and! tun dalle, all others dally 1'ur eieeplrinodsy. rpretal Itales to Krnlgranla tlekets, rales and Information irtslnlng Iu time cooneclloni, Ac , call on or address 8. T BWltT.Ait, Ualnglon ClIAS. I. 1IIIOWN. () PAT A. J I. KI.MMIN, tlenl Manage r ... ........ .... A support. Moral Bo it over so humble, there's ao placo liko n Homo. The habit of cliowing gum, common among children, is objectionablo from tho baso of tho teeth and exposes tho sensitivo portions of tho teeth to tho air, makes tho teeth prone to decay and furthermore induces au unnatural flow of tho salival fluids, as docs smoking and chewing tobacco. it tends to separate tho gums HATS WEBB INTRODUCED. d bat Went to bu ft hat, Bald the hitter, I've none that will do. Union with the theara I shorten jour care, Which might be unpleasant te roil." d bat The Waa so mad at that lie Cew over lands and seas, Till In l'irls (renowned For It fashions) he found X hat that he wore with great use. ' show that tho diroct loss to Germany by its emigration in sixty yearn has aiuountol to ten milliards of s mark, or about two and a half of dollars more tlutu twico num of tho onormoui tho war indemnity which Germany required at tho conclusion of Franco of tho Iato Franco-Prussia-n war, and tho United States has been tho gainer by what has been Germany's loss. mill-iard- Statistics eYc touont visr has ait cstato in Silesia ? " Young lady 5 and two iu romcrauia," Lieu, At a German ball : Lieutonant "Dldyoii' not tell mo that your father ' " And can you still doubt my IIIIlKltXATlXa ANIMALS. What nu understand by tho hibernating of animals cught not, strictly speaking, to bo called hibernation, since it is precisely analogous to that which is common iu tropical countries during seasons of iutenso heat Tho Germans call ono " winter sltep" and tho other "summer sleep." Tlioro seems to bo no essential difference between tho two states ; nor is there, hi tho opinion of most authorities, any differenco between tho ordinary sloop of nn animal and its long winter sleep, except that tho latter is the moro profound. It is a popular mistake to EUpposo that tho winter sleep of animals is duo to extreme cold, since, as a matter of fact, ulmost all hibernating crenturcu go to sleep before tho oxtremo cold of winter sets in. Desido, as has lecn said, a precisely similar phenomenon is met with in tho torrid regions of tho earth. Mr. Darwin, in his journal, says : " Wheu w first arrived at Dohia Blanca, Sept. 7, we thought nuturo had granted scarcely a living creature to this sandy and dry country. By digging iu tho ground, however, soverul insects, largo spiders and lizards, wero found in a state. On tho 15th a few animals began to appear, aud by tho 18th, thrco days from tho equinox, everything announced tho commencement of spring. Tho birds begun to lay their eggs, numerous insect were crawling about, while tho liz ard tribe, tho constant inhabitants of a sandy soil, darted iu every direction." " It it well known," odds tho samo writer, " that within tho tropics tho hibernation, or, moro properly, (estivation of animals is governed by tho timo ol half-torpi- d lovpT" drought." Oahb for what you say, or what you Ifyjiocricy Is the cloak which little soul' to conceal tuelr iiieiinr. say will inako you care. A Geuuak professor claims to bo ablo corner. to tell n man's character by feeling of Kvuxoiir tx yur.i.. his nose. A noso which feels liko sheet Tho uso of hard coal is extending into iron is a lign of a statesman. tho country very fast. A fow years ogo .Measures of band. it was only consumed in largo cities and To aid farmers iu arriving at accuracy towns enjoying tho blessings of aheap In estimating tho amount of land in different fields under cultivation, tho fol- transportation. Now it is bought by lowing tablo is given: many farmers, who not infrequently 5 yards wido by 9G3 yard long contain! 1 haul it many miles in carts. Tho modern aero. stovo, designed especially 10 yards nicies Ly 181 jarda long contain) 1 tcre. for hard coal, and having a largo number 1 20 yards wido Ly 212 yard! long contain of mica windows, gives a room a chocr-fu- l acre. 40 yards wldo by 121 yard long contains 1 look, and is iu respect to cheerfulness acre. 60 yard wido by C0J yards long contains 1 tho nearest approach to tho open fire of aero. anything wo havo in tho lino ot heating yards long contains 1 70 yaida wido by C5 apparatus. These stoves, however, nro aero. o 220 foet wide by IBS feet long contain 1 aero. far from boiug economical. Thoy 410 feet wido by 'Ji feet long contain! 1 aero. very littlo heat in proportion to tho SC'J feet long contain 1 acre, 110 feet hUo by GO fxt wlJo by 720 feet loog contains 1 aero. amount of co.il couifumedT Much of tho 1 acre. 120 fott uido by 3K1 rect long contain 210 feet wido by 1Bi feet long contains 1 acre. coal that is fed iu at tho top of them In laying off small lots tho following eomosoulnt tho bottom uuconsumod. measurements will bo found to bo both It is iu such n condition, however, that accurate and comploto: it can not bo utilized without great 02X 'oet square or 2,722 square feet trouble In fact, thoso stoves aro so of au aero. square or 5,415 tquaro feet I ft!i wasteful that mauy frugal pcoplo hi 74K of an aero. cities havo disponsodwitli their uso after 10IX feet tquaro or 10,830 squaro feet U ( ot Dnriug warm an aore. giving thorn a trial. 120 foot squaro or 11,520 sqaaro foot weathor oil stoves nro very economical au acre. of and convenient for cooking purjKwcs. H7 ftet tquaro or 21,780 equaro feet U an acre. ft it square or 43, SCO tquaro feet li 1 aero. They savo fuol and prevent tho houso 208i from becoming heated by tho kitchen Dumno a dearth ot news in u Western fire. Bolt coal is cheap in most parts of nowspipcr office, .ho offlco cat was tho West, aud this cireumstanco leads jammed iu tho job press, aud tho editor to its general use, notwithstanding tho immediately set up the followiug'hca objections that are mado to tho sinoko it produces. Tim Dbkadfuij Accident I ktovo made of shoot iron fastened to a MINIS LIVES LOST oast-irobottom furnished an economical moans ot burning wood, which SouTiiEitN ladies who liko brood voran-dacould bo burned without dividing it iuto sjicak of tho stingy littlo porches ol small pieces. Its uso has been revived tho North. rocuutly in somo parts ot tho West for Pouring hot soaiisud around the roots burning corn b talks. An Iowa farmer, of fxach trees will destroy the Insidious who has both wood aud coal on his placo, little fuugus which produces the "ytllowa to burn cornstalks, which aro and other diseases, and finish the larrw of ivcfers tied iu Insects which are very Injurious to the tree. cut ut suitablo lengths aud bundles that cun bo put iuto tho top of Soap aud nuke an excellent manure for grapevines, and, indeed, for almost every tho stovo. Hu thinks tho ashes pay tho cost of , preparing tho stalks. Chicago tree or shrub. base-burnin- g pro-ducUl-lG- lh " Good morning, Fogg," said Brown, briskly. " How did you liko tho opera answered last night?" "Oh, Fogg, moodily; "nothing striking about " it excepting tho "Como, come," returned Brown, " lo serious. Didn't you think that bravura p.utsago with pizzicato and appoglatura embellwas lovoly?" ishments "Guess I didn't sco it," answered Fogg, as before; " there was only feathers and flowers and things on tho ono in front of mo." " What aro you talking about, man ?" exclaimed Brown. ?' That girl's hat, of course. Wasn't you?" "Good morn-- , ing," said Brown, as ho turned tho so-so- ," drum-Bticks.- nvsic axii .vir.i.ixr.in: TIIK UKI'OLVKK. Tho revolver, according to a London paper, is in all probability destined to bo shortly discardod from uso in tho nrmy.navy, Irish constabulary, and other Government services in favor of a now weapon, the mitrailleuse pistol, in which there aro four barrels, which aro loaded at onco by a patent quadruplo cartridge big enough to afford good hold to tho fingers. Forty shots per minnto can 1k discharged, aud tho empty cartridges As thcro is no ejected automatically. opening through which any gas can escape, tho weapon can bo used when aiming, and thcro aro no screws, hammers, or projections to catch tho clothing, reins, or accoutrements. Abovo all, there is no fear of a jam or tho weapon becoming unserviceable Tho pistsl will tako from tho ordinary Government cartridgo. New York Sun. A SV11ST1TVTK n over-heatin- roil ,... . Arr. Meridian l.ve. Meridian " TiMeakiosa... " lllruilDgbaiil... ' A Hall . Arr. Cliattanontfa VICKHlHJIill ANI MIHHUIAN. L l.ro. McrlJIsn I. ' Koresl Z " I'randon. l .. ...,,,, .. j: .. T Jaeksun Arr. Vlck.btint- . .. -.. i. i I te, MkslMiig.. I ... I . " Jacksoa . ' Hrandoa. ... ... j. ... 10 00 7. . Arr. Mrrkllsn VICK8IIUKO, " Forest. .. .... ......! ....!i . DllllfcfElllUT .I. L . ANI PACIIIC ' Vlcksbulg " IielU Arr. Msntue I.re MinrsM... I.SO. . j - ;ntao ! I it 5 30 0 ..i... ... . . Helta ..I ... : 21X1 Arr. VlrLiVurK- JOHN hCOTT.V. P.lnJ den. Man fin 8ou. n'y.CWIuuall. Ohio: f P WIUON.O. F and P A 1n. Ho". It'r, tlnclliDSlI, O ; II. COI.U IHtAN.O P A A O. I ll'y. O' altautxva Tcnn , AM. U'y, V'ckslmrR, J. HAItflY, (I I' A Miss-JOV McOllli:. II. P A. V., H. A P K'y, Monroe. La. lit 780 Tltli nrrpvrattnn It Hirtr V(rUM ftnl Trm from sUI tl It u i t i or daDKnruUai auMtaur, n$ tl i r4ituuijf struiii lit trine nil ' Uif wmnii from ili titimau ijurti. It i not i antrittliigt to h til rhtlilrrn will uk tho mmt lUry vm I iiuU-v- , rravtiljr It wlmli tioult rvromm n I II to rverr lMuckrir I'MrnUc! 'il It tth frty buI fitairkltiigr rrr. Upiy nd ioH.stMrtu win unron fs.cr til itrHiin.M ..f lit lit ttr OIIM It It ) riirnt lll Runi rtvrtu $.iltrf iht U I 'I l.y to Ukr lut up In ng iwmmi.iTi ni n?tltn hi tftanljr flT CftiU Try b LHrftlf Mai.uUlurrd by C CiHHHtKA VO, Otitrv, JUitt .tf.t.i. i.autrillrt My, Jor.wUlD MMilofJ by run Mr A McAtUTKi. unuurvLo VLnMirubt. 1ut rttrt, STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, KY., m, A Semi-Weekly GP.AKD GCH3INATI0N, IES2, San Francisco owes a gas bill ot 300,000, and won't settlo in full fSfl ., 5, WINE, Interior Journal And the LckiIstIIIs EXECUTOR'S SALE! AsKirrutorof Jsmrs 11 I'srsans, tlrcM, I will on the 'JSil IMiy or Kept.. ISVJ, sell la the lilbest blJilrr tbe r'sriu on which dtcwlrnt wills rontslnfngau Acris of productive Land, comrurtaUa liurorcuirnls, llwM Acres ol Lsnd IjlDK Dear the state. These Iswls are In stool neighborhood, contttilrnt to school,, churches te I will also sell at tbe same time the lollowini! leiBonslty. IS barrels ofCorn, shout 40 bushels Jlsre, of Wheat, 2 slicks of llsr, one 4 3.000 tut Hhlogles, Ut How, I Saddle, A llr-t-- d. yesr-old 1 inaiim One Weekly Courier - Jouriml jeer lr 1)1. BOthetwo pspers for price of oue. then llllle wore Tkkhs: Tho Krsonalty will besolJ on a crfdlt T of three months, wills Interest on all sujis 110; under that amount, cash The land will I a sohijcir one-thisiaiti, the reraslndar to be lld In CsnJ 12 mouths, cusl Initillmcnts, and to lear Interest at the rsteol a rteut. from date Al'liroVeUsteutlty will lx roiuln-- 1 of purchaser on lath real and personal, sud a lieu relslcecl on the land lor the iurcharo money, rain lolsse dsie on the premises, J, I.'. J.Y.N N, Kiveulor lly psylng us II M you wilt refelte for one year your liniua pser with the Couricr-Jnurns- l. Ihe rrpreenlatlrenswspsier of the riuulh, and the best, brlghlrstand ahlsit laiully Weekly Iu the L'ulled stales. Ihoso who desire to esainlnea eau do so at simple copy ol the lourler-jvurn- sl this office LANDR ETHQ'PEDIGRFiSEEDS SEEDS SEEDS r HuniUuiau .IIISIM Excelsior Art ltooi.i.s EDWARD H. POX, Propr., Korth-Usst fa rthnMFRnHAMTonourWewPInn nor tho market garden For tho PRIVATE FAMILY fOWn hy rsiifgnluna on Que own Fnrms SEEDS SEEDS A 1. 1.. lu.trittid L'utitloflue nud Iturul Hsal.lrr FHFi: TO IIANIS, i:.m is yolk iii:hi.m:ss caiids rou tkadi: list. ft' Corner of Main and Third btreets, DAVID LAND ETH&S0NS,SEEDGROWERS,PillLADELPHIA DANVILLE. In - KXNTUGKTi 1 K' i HailDg rreenllr reditu! tnr rooms with all of lbs modern luiproTtmenls, I now liato the Finest (iallery Central Kentucky 1 Whin rou visit Pantllle, don't 111 to call and see lttsjieclfullr, me. M-i- vo , The three srisftltll man I w. t KIMVAMIt II. l'llX, rhetogrspher Kjr. Geological Hurver air-tig- Ky. Agricultural & Mechanical ASSOCIATION 1 n ysiicliil' ic. jr their rur.fj a . . "II hicrUo..i.vatjr. ' ItiVV "w " "a .. wtuccj I im.a.t't.e. mos .psiiw!' I ... linwriiy is as sho lh WW' whose . ..... .r i.i..... "i. 'I. -" ' etoiisi h.lw..,I.- -(jut .icts brings .. lu ..emu. hut " JUbolilcUKin", is un .. ..,.. ...... two r Ihaw , - ,,.. Hies, i ncy own mi u....h ln. hilar , ,. rnviAUn .iyiiipinui m cAuuADinil.LAand nemo.ltU(llltls - ,as..l. naJnateal iU I -- Lanil I. ..I., ,.,. -p: - ; Mania . . ..Cr.sr.ili cvltior civillttJ ririlllia re' fin. ' I llhtlllllli' rg& . -- w T . i . -- SVAliini. -- s -- ua.. . ! j si. ", their """-- ; nour Utxlll, litul , lor""t wn..J ',",.,' . . - -. S.v in,.,,. 111 . 1.. i.aeu.1 - .ifUKair - I uial Tilvr IU - its ANNUAL KAMI OK TIIIH AfefeOCLA- TUB tlou (new aeries), will bv held on Iht grouud of the Association at fills s Oil . . . ... I .l.in ran J . It. l . . i.iss .... . ... . i.imjn lis anea viuir - - r hi - .. - .., iiuri:. aaiiu ses i neaud speedy eure f ir all ItKlii asssssrss-. MW Hllll ki.....ustrni i r .. ... ua W w- j Lexington, -Ueglunlug IMIIliiL'rtlio Hair, litflurbwcllliiust, HyilllllH and '! a ureal VCll IH- - uiu r aud a sure re- OX TUIIAY, AIJOUNT SUIli, "?(; ? fllUVSl. mw& $ And continuing Or days. II. V. KINKEAD. SEORETAKY. Vov Hub In Htiint'oia ly l'oimy & nioAllsstur. v -- lH I