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On 3- oaCorr,iii I rr . ... iMMH, HwltOO IMl The In'terioi3 VOLUME BBII v 11, 1881, rjfr --' -y tpTlhM T W WHOLE NUMBER 470. awfr lit tawf ,aiwlHmllhtif'tllllbtBUU. rilmuillllHillxM' OUrUOll OFFICE IH COM.'j.F.TF. ! Jos ramria It ixnlnlar f 2. Tho Nation itself is responsible fir tho extension ol sufTragc, and is under special obligations to aid In removing the lllilcrnry which it has ndded to Tor North tho voting imputation. and South aliko there I lm( ono remedy. All the constitutional power of tho Nation and of the Slalos, and STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MA11CII Tliis steady and healthy growth should still bo maintained. Our facilities for transportation should bo promoted 'y tho continued Improvement of our harbors and the gtcat interior water ways and by tho increase of emr tonnage en the ocean. The development of tho world's evranwe M to an urgent demand for A shortening of tho great sea voy ago around Capo Horn by construct' log ship canals or railways acioss tho Isthmus which unites tho two conti Various plans to this end nenls. have been suggested, and will nerd consideration, but nnno of them have been sufficiently matured to warrant in extending Ihc United State doorlftftlBMlMltllUq. V. " 1 .V.I rtlVNAI. .1 ItltHKIH Of I'rrmlilriit Jitmro ,1. tlavflrlit. Hcnator l'tndlclon, of Ohio, Introduced Urn. .Innic A. Garfield l tlio mil audience n llttlo after noon on Friday last, who Ihcrciiiwin delivered Ilia foilinfiig address :' Wo stand today upon an eminence thick overlooks liunttrrtl yenw of national lifcy at century crowded jritb icrll(, but crowded uith triunipli l liberty and love alWoro cotiilnrjiiif; tlioon ward nimrh tit pause on tliii height fora moment lo trVhlllriioilr faith and rtnew uur Jiopo by n glanco me pwiscay mnng mitcii our pen' rr.i.iflw-CiTUKN- rK jt pie havo traveled i now tlitoo dy mora than n Jiuntlicd years ifnro ifio adoption of the lint wiltlcn Constitution of llio l tWltf! nf.wnfcsl. ?uni.rlf 111, It mt4 A.ilHTjaf 'lS,l'5Hl5 new Itcpublic wa then Imct with danger on ever hand. It had not conquered 4 placa lil the ftrnilyel Nations. The decisive. Initio 0 .the war Wihilepei!ilence;rwlioo,oiilcn anniversary will y on ta ralc fully celebrated nl' Wkfowh, had ot0(t lifcn; fought. ,'fbeul4nii were struggling not only against the tl ofitlrcat Ilrliuir but lignltitf the icllltd opinions of mankind, for tho world did not believe list Ike sb.. pronto autlsijilyiol government could be safely Intrusted to thd guardian-ship,- . ?f Iho pcoplo tlittuiclyc. can not over rsdnialclhe fervent love, the Intelligent courage, llio saving common tonic nllli Mhicli our lather self, made the gre.it 'experiment! sYrntlch ,'p government. all it t, widrial foundation for ening their circle of Intelligence, and Under tlit t'umlitutioa (ho, Iioud-ilirl- rt lirginniug to enjoy the blessings that of freolnm n cro rnlirgetl, the gather aronnil tlic Iiuinca or the Indus foundation! of order and peaee liaro trious jioor. They deserve the gener beeu itrcngthemd, and the growth in ous encouragement of all good men. So faros my authority ran lawfully all (he lictler elcmenti of National life hai vindicated the nifdom of the extend they shall enjoy full and equal and founder! and ghen new bfl lo their protection of tho Constitution laws. The free enjoyment ol equal derceudant. Under Ihia Couililulion our people suirrago is still in question, and a long ago made thcniKlvei tafo against frank statement of the bsue may aid dauger fpom nitbout aod ircuml or its,, solution. l lis alleged that in many communith(irmannennndlUseualit)-orrighlUnder thU Oonltl ties negro citizens aro practically deon all llio Statei have lccu nied freedom of the ballot. In to far tuttiiii twcnlr-fi- o added to tho I'nlon, with conititu-tion- t as tho truth r.f Ibis allegation it adand law a frameil and enforced mitted it ii answered that iu many by their own citiieni tu trcuro tho places honest local govcrment is im- feasible, i if the mass of uneducated negroes inre ,nl lowed I o vote. These ate grove' allegations. So iar as tho latter is true, it is no lion now .rover an area fifty limes greater than that of the oiiginal palliation .that can bo ottered for optliirtitp'iSlatrM, , and q population, posing the freedom of the ballot. tweuty' limes' greater than tiiat of Had local government is certainly a evil which ought to be prevent17JC. Tbo trial of llio Comtitutlon great rami 'at la.it iindJrl llio) Irrmcndoui ed, 'but totviolato tho Irudoni and sanctity of suflrago is moro than an prraauroof civil war. Wo ourtelvc nro nit nmdjhajlho sjvil it 1 a crime, which, if persiatcd Lnlon cnicrgetl Irani llie llool ami in, will destroy tho Government Itself. fire of that conflict, purified and made Suicido I not a remedy. If In other binds it bo high troruon stronger lor all tho lonclbcnt purpoi-oi good government, and now at to compass the death ol n king, it the cluio of llits, tho tint century ol should lie counted nolo a crime here growth, with llio inspiration of Us to strangle our sovercigu power and history in their hearts, our pcoplo stillo lis voice. It ha been said that havo lately reviewed tho condition of umittlid questions have no pity for tho Nation, passed judgment upon tho tho rtpese Lf ration. It should bo conduct and opinion of tho political laid, with the utmost emphasis, that parlies, and havo registered their will this question of lulTrago will never concrniiug lira, future administration I give reao or sad.ty.to tho Slates or tS IhoNatiou until each, within iti 01 II1U VJUTITBM1C0L lO IIIUTprvl, and execute that will in accordance own Jurisdiction, "tyakes and keeps U tho para tho ballot free and puro by strong with, the Constitution mount duty of tho Kxecilthv. Hven sanction of law. from this brief review it is ruauifest Hut tho danger which arise Irom that the Nation I resolutely lacing to ignorance jn voters cannot Ito denied. resolution; to employ it It covers a fied far wider than that tho front; in developing tho of negro suflrage and tho present con best energies tho .future. (S- dition of that raco. It is u danger great posaibilitica, whatever has been that lurk and hides lu tho sources acredly preserving galued to ljlerty and good government fountaiui of (lower In every Wo havo no standard by during the century, our pcoplo aro State. determined to Icnvo Ixhind them all which to measure llio disaster that those bitter controversies courerning may lie brought ujton u by ignorance things which havo been irrevocably ami vice iu citizen when joined to seltledtfuttbcjv discussion of wjijch corruption and fraud iu lullrago, Tho can only stir up strife ami delay the voters of tho Union, who inako and onward march. Tho supremacy of unmako constitution, and upon whose the Nation and its laws should bo no will hang tho destiny of our governlonger Iba, .subject tpf debate. .That ment, can transmit their supreme discussion, which for half a century authority to no lucccssor save tho threatened the existence ol the I'niou, coming generation of voters, who are was closed at lost In the high court of tho solo heirs ol toverelgu iowcr. If war by a decreo front which Jherc U that generation comes to its Inheritno appeal! that the Constitution and ance blinded by ignorance and cor tho laws mado lu pursuance thereof rupted by vice, tho full of the Itcpub-li- e shall continue to bo tho supremo law will lie certain and remediless. Tho of the land, btuding alike on tho census has alicaJy sounded tho alarm and tho. pooje. jU'lits docreo iu appalling figures, which matk bow does not uisturb tho autonomy of tho daugerously high the lido of illiteracy rJtatos, nor lutctfere with any of their has ariscu among our voter and their children. To tlio South tho queitlon ceccifary rules ol local meat, but it does fix and (slablUh tho U of supremo importance, but tho iiermauent supremacy ol the I'niou. responsibility for its existence and (or The will of the Nation, speakiug slavery d s not rrst utttn the South with the voice of tattle and through aloue. RttattljecU. When they'..nrS(l1arle'l, il.orl lime, )haj llie.t'jinWerac of Slatra wailoo tieak to' meet llio nermltfci of a glnrioui nlid cjcanil!iij; Itrpulilie, they Ixxllj- - Kt it niitle, ami in ill ijeaJ ;ritaJJibrtl a National t'ninn, founded directly upon lic will of the poopl endowed ilh ieri and j(b amnio author-llj- r fur I he arronipliliineii( ol Hi iifttlf-p'rncrralio- s ha fultho nmended Constitution, filled tho great promiso of 1770 by proclaiming "Liberty throughout tho land to nil tho inhabitants thereof. Tho rlovalion nf the negro raco Irom slavery to full rights of citizen ship Is tho most Important political chango ire havo known stneo tho sdsptioa of tho Csr.:titntien of 1770, No thoughtful man ran fall to ap' prrciato ill beneficent effect upon our people. It has frcol us from tho per petnal'dangtr hf war and dissolution; it has added immomtly to the moral and industrial forces of our people; it has liliemled the mailer a well as the slave' from n relation which wrongod and cnlcchlcd both. ft hai surrendered to their own cuinlianshln the manhood of moro than fivo millions of people, and has opened to'rarli one ot them n career of freedom and nstfulnrts. It has given new inspiration to tho power of elf help in both races by making labor more honorable to or.c and .moro norewary to tho other. Tho Influence of thU fo'reo' VtiiU grow greater and bear riebpr fruit with coming years. KodAuht I no great 'change has caused lorioua ilistu'rlianco to rur Soulhcrn community this ii lo be deplored, tinaroldablo but ttsbuglr It was those who resitted tho chango should remember that in cur institutions thcro was no niiddlo ground for tho negro rare between Slavery and equal cititcnahip. Thcro can Ik no permanent disfranchised peasantry in the United Stales. IVeedom ran never yield II fullness of blessings as long aslawor'itradniiniilratin places the smallest olulaclo in tho pathway of si! herolualrcrl-jreesft- f i!s jej4 ), any vfrtnout cititenshtp. Tlio emancipitru race has already mSuio remaVkablo progress. With ut)'iirslionablo devotion lo tho Union, wills, n patience and gentleness not born of lear, "they have followed tho light at (lod gave llicnt (o ire the light. They mo rapidly laying the male- - '"' tt J :S.ie,iiUtJli!JI if ho summoned lo meet thii danger by tho saving Influence of universal education. It il tho high privilego and sacred duly cf those now living to educate their successor ami fit them, by intelligence and virtue, for tho Inheritance which awaits them. In this beneficent work, section and raro should bo forgotten, and partisanship ihculd lo unknown. Let our people find a new meaning In tho divine oracle which declares that "n littlo child shall lead lliem,' for our little children will soon control tho destinies of the Itepublic. My countrymen, wo do not now difler In our judgment concerning the controversies of tho fast generations, and fifty years hence our children will not bo divided in their opinions concerning our controversies; they will surely bleu their fathers and their fathers' Uod that the Union was preserved ; that slavery was overthrown, and that both races were made equal beforo tho law. Wo may hasten or wo may retard, but wo can not prevent tho final reconciliation. Is it not possiblo for us now to make a truco with liiuo by anticipating and accepting its inevitable verdict T l'u- tcrprisrs of tho highest importance lo our moral ana material well wing Invito us, and otlir ample scopo for tho employment ol our best powers. I.ot all our people, .leaving behind of dead issues, them tho bittlc-field- s move forward, and in tho strength of lilierty and re torn 1 union win the Tho grandest victories of jtcace. prosperity which now prevails is without parallel in our history. Fruitful seasons have dono much to secure it, but they havo not done ail. The preservation of public credit and tho resumption of specio payments, as successfully obtained by the administration of my predecessors, havo enabled our people lo secure the blessings which the seasons brought. lly tho experience, of commercial relations in all agts it has tscen found that gold and silver afforded tho only safe foundation for a monetary sysConfusion has recently liccn tem. created by variations in tho relative value ol tho two metals, but I confidently believe that arrangements can bo made between tho leading commercial nations which will secure the Congress general use of both metals. should provldo that the compulsory coinage of silver now required by law may not disturb our mouctary system by driving either metal nut of circulation. If possible, such adjustment should bo mado that the purchasing power of every coined dollar will bo exactly power in all equal to its debt-payintho markets of tho world. Tho chief duty ol a National Government, in connection with tho currency of the country, is to coin and declare its value. Uravo doubts havo liccn entertained whether Congress is authorized by tho Constitution to make any form of paper money legal tender. Tho present issuo of United States notes has liccn sustained by the nccest silica nf war, but such iper should depend lor Its value and currency up on Its convenience in jisojanu us prompt redemption in sjwTaitiie will of the holder, and not 1jsWjUOiu- nulsorv circulation, lhmfmmc are not money, but proniLcs toPyJToncy. II tho holder demand II, tho promises should bo kept. Tho refunding of tho National debt nt a lower rato of inter est should bo accomplished without compelling tho withdrawal of National lianlc notes, and thus disturbing tlio business of tho country. I venture to refer to tlin position I havo occupied on tho financial question during a longscrvico in Congress, and to say that time and experience havo strengthened tho opinions I havo to often expressed on theso subjects. Tho finance ol tho Government iliall sutler no detriment which it may 1h to possiblo fur my administration should pecuniary aid. The subject is one which will imme diately crieairo tho attention of the Government with a "view to a thorough protection to American Interest. Wo will urge no narrow policy, nor seek peculiar or exclusive privileges in any commercial route, but, in the language of my predecessors, I lielicve it to lio "tho tight and du'y of the United States to atscrt and maintain luch supervision and authority over canal across the Isthany mus that connects North and South America as will protect our National interest.'' Tho Constitution guarantee abto luto religious freedom. Congress i from making any law prohibited rcspectliic; of the establishment religion or prohibiting free exercise thereof. Tho Territories oi tho United States aro subject to tho direct legislative authority of Congress, and henco tho General Government is responsible for auy violation cil tho Constitution in any of them. It is, therefore, a reproach to Ihc Government that in the most populous of tho Territories this constitutional guaranteo I not enjoyed by tho people, aod the authority of Congress is set at naught. Tho Mormon Church not only oflends tho moral senso of. mankind by sanctioning polygamy, but prevent tho administration of justice through the ordinary instrumentalities of the law. In my judgement it is the duty of Congress, while respecting to tho uttermost the conscientious convictions and religious scruples ol every citizen, to prohibit withiu its jurisdiction all criminal practice, especially of that class which destroy family relations and endanger social onlcr. Nor can any ecclesiastical organization bo safely permitted to usurp in the smallest degree tho functions and powers nf the , I tiiMrViirnrfaii ilmrllv. There are Christian men and women March fin! 18SI. Iistr.T, In tho world whoso names never tee IVtfor its Ittfrhr Jenrnat tho daylight of publicity, nor whose Havo your reader ever heard of bodies will ever moulder beneath mar-c- e Kismet ? If not, let me enlighten shafts, who are posseted of jewels their mind by explaining lo them that are itatincd to bedeck a glorious I that It a station on Iho Cincinnati crown in tho world to come. I'urely Southern It. It., and what i ol Infin accidentally wo camo in possession of lie mere importaicc to m, it I to be a little history iho other day, which our posloffice for some lime to come, wo cannot refrain from repealing, and through its medium we cipect to though we shall not drag irom his get many a copy of tho ilcsr old privacy the good name connected Istemor JourtNAt., without whoso most prominently with tho Incidents. weekly visits, wo should, in brlefj A pious, good man of this county, nf itagnate. Hut to return lo Kismet. a moderate but of a big heart. The village, or hamlet, If that term gave, unsolicited, folly dollar for the convey! Idea of greater insignificance, purchase of cheap Hibles for distribuIi situated in a small valley on tho top tion among the destltulo of Harrcn of Iho Cumberland plateau, and has county and then gave another good no merit worthy of mention, except man, who, by reason of extreme old it be that there is so very little of it. ago and physical weakness, is unable is ninrty-tevr- n half miles It and ono to do hard labor, fifteen dollars lo north oi Chattanooga, nndnbout forty canvass and distribute his generous miles south of the Kentucky and Tengift. Another time in the same year nessee line, and contain ono dry ho gave nnolhcr church than his own goods store, one grocery itore, and ten dollar lo invest in Sunday school twclvo dwelling houses. Tho site is works. Ills charity is all of that by no means n favorable one for a character that keeps his right hand its town, but tho inhabitants llatlcr ignorance of Iho generosity of in themselves that Kismet will lie a place twin member. Such men aro the salt of no littlo importance within a few of the earth and for such the brightyears, as there is n movement on foot est crowns of immortality are fah-an- d to transfer the county seat from Wart-bur- g burnished. Glasgow Times. here. Tho county, Morgan, is an imAn Kngllsh paper thus compares mensely large one, and thinly popula- somo of the words used in Kngland ted, but tho air is puro and healthy to and America pertaining to railroad an eminent etegrcr. 1'liysicians fight travel : "In America tho carriage is shy of this section; in fact, I rather a 'car,' a luggago van a 'baggage car,' think it would tako Iho whole county a station is a 'depot, n booking office to support one, if ho relied solely upon is a 'ticket oflitf.' your portmanteau his practice for n subsistence. I tup-pos- e is n 'valise,' nnd your box a 'trunk ;' tho people think that as iherc aro the lines aro described as the 'track,' to few of them any nay.it is best to be the facing points ore 'switches,' and cautiout; so a doctor is not employed, the driver is tho 'engineer,' the stoker except as a denier moil. is tho 'fireman,' and tho guard is tho Tho C. S-- . II. It. is rapidly develop 'conductor.' Pretty much llio only ing tho Litherto latent rciourpcs of word common and in Kngland this lection, and bringing to light a America Is the word 'train,' but tho wealth of iron and coal, which other- good train Is over there 'freight wise would still remain locked in the train. When you leave the train to bosom ol mother earth. There is a go to your hotel you take not a cab large deposit of iron ore at Oakdale, but a 'hack,' or, if you arc haunted which is being profitably worked by by tbo demon ot economy, you go by tbo Oakdale Iron Company, and tho 'horse car, hut not by the 'tramwhich gives employment lo four hun- way.' '' dred men. Tbo narrow-gaug- e railroad A certain editor of a weekly paper in process of construction, between made a practice of "stopping the press Oakdale and Hone) cult, a station on to announce,1 if be had nothing of tho C. S. IE. It., i just completed, and more importance to announce than a iron is now shipped daily. Tho coal dogfight. Ono week everything was here is abundant, and somo of it of su- as dull as a patent office report, but TK.y.Knr. j.h.&s.h.sha: LIES'" Havo removed their stock of Dry Goods3Boots,Shoes5&c To their Splendid New and Spacious Store-Room c. in the e: OPERA HOUSE BUILDING Opposite the Court-Hous- aW.Mre New I.vt of Carpels and JlamMtra; Erfglnfft of alt klnli.rd F. STUKENBORG & BRO., iniTJljsTIIITITJfRIDE'! II HATTRESSES, CHAIRS, Parlor Suits, &c. Xon. t nml ManiUVtarm an-- l IValrra fa AM II EnM l'oarl NlrcH, O. PFOITNT CINCINNATI, 101! U'll.t. RIVF.tllTOI, Mliorgootliaiour lion. p ov In Hilar, and toflTCfntlrnutlitelloa. Ma rturge tor f f king or All fnoU '111 (re of rbirge. rrrsl lo ImM or If krtwnrtl French Dressing Case Sets, Marble-Towith Largo Glass, At 345, $50, SGO, $75 Upwards, llureau Sets, 320, $25, 830 and lip. Parlor Suits, Seven Pieces, r.itber in Hair, Cloth or Terry, At 830, $33, $40, 850 Upwards. W w mint sit I bur arnrklt lala N.latf thoratisrh si r OH an n MUMb mwm n ' 'tllfikMiiHJMHHsSt V j IKI7Z rillroi ruttr. Am. Hfiir UPUFMIIFR THE Il Kami ivnrl Ht ntiu. Lower N..IV, cineiiiDMfi, Ohio, J. R.WARREN & SON I. O. 8TOBE, still bo found in their iinc. WOULD CALL ATTENTION TO THE FACT TIIAT THEY CAN at tho old stand, and as usual have a full stock of everything assortment nf Itenicmbcr that they keep a first-clas- s Staple and Fancy Groceries, Glass-- , Queens- - and Tinware, Cutlery, Tobacco, Cigars, Notions, &c. In Staplo Groceries they keep all grades of perior quality. National Government. prevent. Stts all nf (be truth nf our statement. Our prices arc l.ow; 'our are kaiv Tlio interests of agriculture deserve moro attention from tho Government I'tKCsiasors should write w, or cH at store, Wore htiyt-Hgthan they havo yet received. Tho farms ol tho United States nllbrd homes and employment for moro than OHTJROH & CO., one-haol our people, and furnish much tho largest part of all our WkeloMte attU Rtail Deters, W Ws Mi IK., CiMOIrlHATX, 0 exports. Ai tho Government lights our coasts for tho protection of the mariner and the Iwucfit of our comJTTKA.Y merce, so it should gtvo to tho tiller J It Ma TaiKkK LT AH A KMtV lit U iiiTii ru txr Mir Iti of the soil tho light of practical sciWJ MtallfUfe. Ilftlitw lluri., lltlM U IJasrui NUlfi If-- . Ml "ut.vti-tslr- t i'ibwrriiiuTarjM, mm thai isJrdulTiMii ence and experience. MAH, .WmI I1H Mali Ik W UlltaU-Mte4 w MUlWhl I aJJ allh larJI Uur manufacture aro rapidly male-luluil IAMB. '3frbiMlk,(n,Mit Muall fthl IH SlWfcUr. iaJ llrMac lrl. iijsl'0 fcn r tMiiiiUL NM Hon Iblld 1(ra)st tifl iHtlriaitarff, It ttau Hob IngersDll saj that it wo drink Carnival attracts 10.000 visitors to l.alaaankaUratkualllb. us industrially Independent, and a.u.lL (M. kL. MSMulMl ftUslsl lnW 0 JWti Ii itaWJ iurui mi, IW.I.iif HaH'wIf 4 hS ia SI. Ami rf, M, tatj JtHiss-- 4 Bl IV WlMPl K wjr UlHtb'&llu' IrU. U,W?waj fail are ojiculng to capital and labor new ing hotclotlre that first made him an the city, and of course il pays aiwis tlllWU4ttll,l. Hen...cursVtrf Ml Lf t"Uuuia sWfcMj. """" KUCi Mti) , H. A l.ltftttJ 1. There's a million or two in it. and profitable fields of employment. atheist. 4U.II H.f. juihuax, P Ii - Tho Civil Servico can never bo placed on a satisfactory basis until it rBori.ssio.iAi.. is regulated by law fur the good of tho Servico itself. For the protecrtaiK l. uoiroap. tion of those who are intrusted with I'. I,. iiOLFOltll X M. l'Ki'lOX, tho appointing power against a wnsto ATTORNEYS AT LAW, of time and obstruction of publie LllllSHTY, ICY. business, caused by the inordinate 8inUI allrollon ctrtn lo fejltrlton. linra orer il i. 1'ierra a aure pressure fur place, and for tho proIII! tection of incumbents against intriguo lethargy. rPIIOMAS IMI I Mi, JR., and wrong, I shall, at tho proper lime, Tho soil here, they tell me, is pecuask Congress to fix the tenure of liarly adapted to tobacco raising, and ATTORNEY AT LAW, minor offices of the several Kxccutivo this would be a good fruitgrowing HTANl-'dllll- , 1CV. and prcscribo tire country, if sufficient attention were Will iri.tlriulbaeJurta ol tbla an.1 a.Holai04 Derailments, rouuiu-aam- i id in, u,uri oi ii(ait. OAra- ou grounds upon which removals shall given to its culture. At Warlburg, Lanraalirbtm-r bo mado during Iho terms for which where tho population is principally AS. It. DUNuAP, tho incumlicnts havo been appointed. German, thcro nro several nourishing Finally, acting always witblrT tho viucyards, and an excellent quality ol ATTORNEY AT LAW, authority and limitations of tho Con wine ia'manufactured, v. invading neither tho right stitution, If I write ogain, I shall tell your Will mtllr In tk (hulta ot ltotU and In Iba aolU-l- l a abare ot t.utlla pat- of States nor the . reserved rights of readers, something of tho Knglish set- iburlor AHicala. I . rvaag-QuiBCOTejiarrM, ifuruam a funiaiia. the people, jt will be the purpose of tlement, Itugby. raj' administration to maintain the TAMKSd. (IIVENS, "P iy juugnicui is mm iieiuru uiirij fj authority, and in all places within its from tbo cloe of tho war have ATTORNEY AT jurisdiction to enforce 6bcdienco to all years SJ FIITII KTBS.KT, ., laws of tho Union, and. in thcfhsW pawed, you will find tho great mass pcoplo of tho South LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. csts ot tho people to demasul rigid of tho colored producing, if economy in nil expenditures of tho owning property and ITarllN in all th IVnina. Collar lions routa wa4r. nijr . Government, and to require honest not a majority of tnc products of this . . j service) of alfcexecutivo lection, yet a very remarkable ratio, . It. W, HOCK Kit, and faithful officers, remembering that office wore If the situation in the South shows is that tho future pros created not for Iho benefit of tbo In anything, it ATTORNEYS AT LAW, penty ot tho section depends, to a cumbents or their supporters, but for H'l'ANl'OIIII, ICV. greater degree than any ono has been Iho servico of the' Government. I am willing to nckaowlcdge, upon tlio Ofica arte UaAllitcr LjtU'a Man. And now, fellow-citizeuIndustry andlhrifl of tho colored man. about to assume- tho great trust which i Simon Cameron. Q 8. MYERS, you havo committed o my haBds, appeal to you for that tamest ana called upon I A New Kngland pastor ATTORNEY ,AT LAW, thoughtful support whicli makes 'this one of his deacons, with whom he was wrwrvsvouis, lev. Government in fact, as it is in law, at variance, and with an air ol great a coverumeni oi ine people, i man solemnity said, "Urothcr, it is ashamo intra villi JuJ( I'blili-- ta tbt Couit-bou--, . mw ai greatly rely upon tho wisdom and pa that this quarrel of our should bring lara. Bi, i ip. 1 have WALLACE r,VAKNOK. triotism oi Congress and of those who scandal upon- - tho church. r.YAKNON. may share with me the responsibilities prayed earnestly for guldanco iu tho T, W. A W. R. VAIlNOJf, and duties of tho administration, and matter, and have come to me concluATTORNEYS AT LAW, upon our ellorts lo promote the wel sion that you raust'givo iu, for I canHTANi-'emi)- , fare of this great people nml their not. Offica lu IVurt !i wu a. reverently invoke the Government I A woman iu Ixmisville, Ky was support and blessings of Almighty recently severely burned while saying T KB V. HUFFMAN, God. prayers in close proximity to an Tho address was delivered with un- her SURGEON DENTIST, lire. This will teach people head in a voice, clear, dis- open grato covered HTiVNl-'Olll- . ItY. of attending to their tinct and calm, and wa plainly the Importance Mo Mala Mrn, taa dorira aUra devotions after they crawl Into bed, Oc-oi- ilb Iba N;a lloul. heard by every ono upon tlio stand during these cold nights. faiaMllrout (itIJa Haa aJulaUurU wkan ra and for a long distance ou every especially tutrl. baud. The delivery of the message The New Orleans Democrat says)ho ajfiUMBaj. miuutc. At its annual expenses of tho Mardl Gras occupied forly-tivconconclusion tho cheering was long festivities in that city nro JloU.lxw, . ttf is! arttlllllll 11WI WlkK tinued and enthusiastic hall of which is spent at home. The seems to be at last dawning upon tho mind of the people that this vast territory of country was created for some purpoao other than a haunt for wild game, tcrub cattle and poor sheep, and we may yet teo it blossom like n rose, and filled with populous towns and thrifty, energetic inliabi tants. A great many Northerners are coming in, and a they are noted ly a wide-awak- e, enterprising people, they should, and do receive, a cordial welcome, for their tact and nerve are needed to arouso tho natives from their Il tho ruling passion cropped out as fol lows: "We. stop tho press to announce that nothing bad occurred tinco we went to press of sufficient interest to induce us to stop the press Herald. to announce it.' .Sugtir.s, CollVos, Tt'HN, MoIhkson, VIhorhi', C'ohI Oil, &?., Ac. ItcHiiM, Hominy, litre, .Starch, Noap, Their Fancy Grocery Department consists nf Canned Goods, Such as Corn, Tomatoes, Peaches, Raspberries, Beans, Peas; Oysters, Salmon, Mackerel, Sardines, Mlnco Meat; Prunes; Pickles; Sauces, Cheese, Crackers, Maccaroni; Spices; Jellies and Mustard. They havo tho Finest Line of Extracts that can be bought. They havo just laid in a good stock of Trace Chains, Collars, Backhands, Hamos, Haraostrlnga, Itopo of all "Don't you forget if that they buy, at all times, Flour, Meal,. Uscon, Iiard, Butter, Eggs, Ac, and would like to supply all who tUeni with ', tho latter named articles. They are Agents for the Celebrated Champion J?loW, iKc lieef in llio world, so tay some of our lieat farmers. Call and examine the!. V li si. nd I iiANviiiiii:, ji ChickcriiiJi&SMs' v ... LAW, FOK ArtUte J.8 thi!d'I,iloof the World, and.sle l'it liful.iig"'g FIFIXIGHT YEAItS HAVE BEW ACKNOWLEsWW) Choice - oftUo gfetttost ' Toae and Light, Kttwtlc, Aclkm always dc Their light tho. True They wear loader, require less tuning smil aie tli BEST 1TAKOS ia iho martMt.'S'Rey have received l).r. Kjrt. JVrtfWi aud tho Highest Award eter gjlvesi toaiyJ'm fa tfce'wofU. , Tub KMKrseorrrfANOH, ess aecotMt of tiWiV great itaraWsMy, excelBaoderato price, are senytit tar asttl purcktwrd by the largest lent '! mJorio numlicr of lJuycri. We Jsawrsold lhestilor Twenty on Yean, them as the Most UeiiaMe Piano price. ass?'' ,Jaa-- -r' ' O, ule foustd in any rarket at moderate The A Wakk ly superior to any ntbers. OWUAN8, now to wiWy o4e Waled, arc vastAn ICxamiiMstoH ad Trial wiH at own convince uv. or JOHN j NOTICE SfatehSulvd PfOTM'K! ..,( -- (,r mrr . a..r..,VaCiUi.. H ,.lM, &?&. J. ,t. skjbtavAtMC 'Tla'FT jfcxra fht hNr Mmlm. it. aw VI (AtivnM TAWyOD, r. 2 efforts to have thcrforo to no hi ai mtaj mmbet of the LcghUture tlecletl at possible, wlio are advene to d Berk, J that he will be ibiown id a men Irora some other portion ct the State selected In hi trail. We hardly think, however, that his little scheme will work. Beok.al though a man of no extraordinary ability, i a man of infinite more influence in Congres than William, late vote fro Willi la the'RohHiridybiinor'2,000,. An idea 000, I a better Democrat. of thestsiKlieg of Beck la the Senate i shown by the ptussge of the bill to allow KeslBcky $200,000 for arm and aaHMllioo furnUfced the Federal army. Whea it wa called up a Sen. Mr. Beck If the bill had atnr "A beenaetedoabytbeCoMBiittee. pretme of other bwiaeM bae prevented that," replied Mr. Beck, "but I will aay that the bill is a juet one, and eaglet te pe." A vote was taken, ar.il it did pa almost uatalmewly. Mr. Beek h stood by hi teetiea met uafliaehiagly, and we are hoant la the belief that he ha doEO Taere fur the SeHth, since the war, than aay aa in it. We do not wkh te be umleriteed a entirely the rrperta of Senator e deef-toteaetat, bat we that there I mack plambility In it. It any be, hewever, that partie ection are t oublde af the the orlgiaaten of the pita, and eek, by ereatia; aa illtViitig between the two Seaaten.te ezcMe ayapathy for a nun from anetker part of the State, s for a afteJiog agataet the absorbing all the office, aa they al lege, ii known to exist outside of il sacred confine. We hope Semtor WiiMW will Jeny, ta a fanjiMe Mispe, ai corepncuj in u uuuiiover-boar- for illecllon. Col. Rwope nd Jn.lx Sneail are Imlb. In Wiohlnirton, the former lo try lo hold on to hi. office and the taller In oust him We are for from it and Mep In Mmnolf CttstsgtM OroiiiomfWM,KJ Casey man; in fact, we wouiii tire Rwope 1A majorily. wrfoalitol authority lor the it npon commenced the Work h to uinrwrt .Mr. I larkc or any omer Bcnntor William Is Inttr-fet-fo- g good candidate from there, and will ClierapeaVe and Ohio eitrnaton from Richmite question. Senatorial mond lo Newport Newnind by Fall Stan-foIn "1C do o to thc best of our ability If uch poepl can ro to the Atlantic aea ' nl l ! one' a one receive the nomination, but the Willi I If IWcIc .ti receded Mi impression teem to prevail hero and with but one chanct of cara. who handled enr Nathan (loll. sMoait term goc glim- for In other part of the District that Mr. bit; Navee daring the tall end of tfayea' Clarke-I- s too young and Inexperienced admlnUtration, haa been nominated and will be mlcctM lioA for the important office to which he confirmed V H. Attorney for Weat Vlr. aame elTice he held before Ida Hi from tke am tectioa. aspires. A to t!At, however, wo glnla, the ical ronns 'ten to report In llie i) lhf nnnnimomnxlurM Mlllimi.iilf L It t'lnrkc for Stole tion fVnslor, lpho C'nwy Dcmncrnrj, s liown by the official report published in thtt paper, was not o unanimous aa It might have lieen, and thc prosKAHur pect 1 (hat there will I troublo In the camp. We have no objection to AtTOWitxa '- -. oi1fJ. t1 he h alnara tariff man lllloni the Mklnsan Uli a hw ihit all phyi. Ijgldatitre to ! cliini", before receltlnR anthoilty tn prar lice, aball Uipiealh their bo.lle lo a med- le n PmtUrf liigli om Ion Nfp rollfr m lr tbt tkt rete tht lJi R1 eot Jr, Sntors lt r'n ' sad.!? i4 there-upe- a Wil-tiam- d con-fe- have nothing to iny. Wo ahould liked to have seen Hon. '. II. Bruce re ceive an endorsement by the District, inJfU from a but since he has, a reliable source, ikclineil to become a candidate, of courso wc are for the next best man for the position. Without expressing nny opinion as to whom that man is, wo will mention the fact that our James A. Harris, Ki., ha received ' many flallcrin? calls to announce not Tell entirely himself, but he has willing to do so, as he has no inclination to engage in a contest. There were a number ol here Court Day leading Democrat from several of the counties of thc District, all of whom were anxious for Mr. Harris to make the race, while his neighlwrs and friend In Lincoln were particularly urgent, and it i more than probable that he will become a candidate. A Democrat of the truest type, a man of the strictest honor and Integrity, Mr. Harris would make a safe Senator, and ono who could be relied upon under any and Lincoln deserve all circumstances. moro than any other county, from thc fact that without her assistance no Democrat could be elected in thi District. Trom her must come the votes that will elect, and from her should come the loudest voice in nam ing the candidate, promotion. L. It. Vale., of Hiawatha, Kan., the statement of lion, lMward Md'hemon, whou; that he hafiinre lo how IhLt (ien. CiiifielJ haa a of 8,:r. Allowing this lo be an, It In'l much tobraf ol. Ir. enda n Blae-Ora- Blae-Ora- - banded game. p tuoaths of newspaof the Cabi per labor oa the make-uaet. Garfield ended the matter on Saturday lut by announcing his They are ai follow : Recrttary of Uale June CI lthine, ol Arrre eeveral Milne. , "xrrtlirv of 1 11 ol Wr-ISyl- wrt T. Lincoln, infill. , itatluj Attorne-(lmr- of llit l Mttioth. Thomas I 'i i "T, Klk-woo- of low. iWaiatl.r-titnvra- Jtints, of Kew York. Wajne? McVe agli, of lli l'.nn..1tini9. fecrtlart of Xavj W. II. Hunt, of William of Mlnnrsol. With the exception of Blaine," the "raet" i a singularly weak and nt, eT(n UP to the Win-.lor- Prr try of llie Tmntj Haje ttaadpoint. 1 A Tun . Katisent Banking ayslcni, projcrly kept in check, in by far the l3i that hae beca tried in thia country; bat the reeent action of touo of their 'maaagiw la endeavoring to create a paalc i the money market by wttbafawiag their circulation, f id aet taacy certain tlwwt that they are becoming adaagereu power in lite laad.and the Dam i wade leader owe it to the t.eU4Mi the effort to put a an, them. homag-bbe-capeo-pi- Thc XiwarkAm bid, Haj el adka by priating a picture of him with "Freud" tr "" -- ttamped oa bt aad paWnWag a list ottttote whom aa rewaided for eounWaghiai iato the PreeideecT. Kot oae of the fore-twa- ,A forg910! t each wa with oflSee, the tun tntl nald during hhTadmijiUtration being ' Scohb ea more for GovfctMki refuted to Maatr ArnW,.lrother of the ' It. E.WHk, who at- - tu)t iU bar poeUIvely PMm BretB, raarce ULSoJmimkV wWfB'fH-tt..l- At. ii. m iluty mm, old (W, cere-mon- thakel y Tttetui wa more pomp aad about the leaaugural of Oar-M- d than i ever known on tuch an t $ jjiraVkl, r oeeatloa before. No woader old Mr. in the beaeety of her oul, reiaatked i "Thi U too much fuu to make over Jam." vetoed the Tbree-per-ceu- t, Fttadlag Bill, Wafeh UiU a coat of over fearteea million to the country. Kut what doe be care for that a long In with the National as- be stead Basks, which were both able and wil liag to fay bua CU C. C Whajiton, for many Hates vsar V. 8. District Attorney at Louhwillf, ha relgur, thereby mak-taaa exoeijtioB to the rule in regard which say, "None Mwlga aad ha few &- W petal H ow firat Htje the in et rmideet Jme Mtriotic aud A. flaueUJ. It bear ekM laaaty aVatawft, g toF4ale4ar, bit jP lace,hni a tobacco manufactory, three Idicktmllh ShrHv CHw 11! iK. Rev. H. V. Foils of the Bipli.t Church, a contract tn furnish the I.AX. R, R. shops, a urnaten bride, and n ecean of Three of the new Cabinet, Ulalne, lie for lis road Iwd In mud. Windoni and Kfrkwnod.were Foiled Slatea will preach In Shelby City on Ihe."! Sun- with tti.000 cros Oalne to Ihe revere weather of Ihe laurel county. haa len chown In day In each month, until further notice. . V. try Penalora. Eld. W. I. Williams, of Hiislonville, past several weeks, tho farmer complain -- Mis Mattle Hell, from Shelbyvllle, Maine to fill lllaine'a place, and Judjre J. been preaching some inleresllng ser- that thry are gitallv lehlnd wlib Ihelr W. Mc Dill haa been appointed by the flov after a pleasant visit to Mis Ida Wrens, ha week I'JJ. J. U work. ernor of Iowa tn step Into Ktrkwood'e cat near Shelby City, returned home a few mon here during the KM. Siehen (Villier bought e.f J. It daya ago, Mis Mattie Is the acknnwl-edge- d Allen, of Dsnj!ller will pleach here nest on ahoen. Vanhoeik Ihe house and lot formerly twu-PleSunday morning at II o'clock. JMle of Shclhyville. Tlie rlrer and harbor bill appropriate by Ii T. lleini hill U $SVk Mr. tt.1 Mr. It. F. Johnston, of laurel county, Some eeven year ago a little aon of $12,000 to the Kentucky ltlfer, $JO,000 Her will move Into Ihe proiwity In a few Richard Scanland, then a citlren of Mercer wanl tn be elected on the ReHiblican W,000 to the Cumber. to the nil Handr, week. In the neil Legislature. land Klrer In Kentucky, of which $10,000 county, but at present residing at Junc ticket to a real Helen Conn and L'rRfvixai. MIs make splendid meal thc Cum tion Clly, ran oh from home. His parents Mr. Johnston might is to M expended In loipm-in- r. ami Mr. Pr. Rur-de- ll Susie ltWoodyard not hearing from htm for a number of for some active, enterprising Pemocral. Urland alwe thc nmnlli of Jelico, and returned on Wednesday from a visit Fordham, whose arrest wa W. I years, concluded he waa dead. A few daya $.1,000 to Tradewater. Mr. J. IL Albilghl per, wa tried tn Crib Orchard ago Mr. Scanland received a letter from mentioned In last week's -- Oarfield IlImcI the Bible on the Is In tatitsvllle Ihl week buying hi him, atating that he wa living tn Montana before Judge McClnre on Ihe charge of Iwenty-Gn- t chapter of Pmerh, and the He was Sminc slock of good.... KM. W. U V II weapon. carrying concealed veraea he klwol were theae: "Ktery way and doing well. Hiitlnnville. ws here yesterday, Th little black Republican aheet pub found guitly and adjudged lo pay Cnc cf Hams of Francl-c- o of a man la rlrhl In hi own crea, but the has moved from Hum Fullen lished at Pinvllle (and Cincinnati) haa $25, and to be sent to Jail for ten days. frd onderelh the heartn." "To do Jus ceased ita hypocritical howl for negro U M. Houk has Mr. Jamea Marti, of thi place, t the Sulphur to Rrodhead. tice nd judgment ia more acceptable to built a neat residence on the lot lught social equality, since th aforesaid sheet Inventor of a happy lillle contrivance, the Lord than ucribce." moved In with combined automatic train sir from J. II. Hilton, and haa The Committee of Arrangementa fig dlsclalma any relationship with the colored called the Mr. J. It. Mink, lo lb rehla family "man and brother,' However, aa the old nailer and nose bruiser. Mr. Marel wa ures out the total eipenwa of the Inaugural Intends going tliorlly laalnes to make the invention, gret of frienda here, performance at about even. The Inaugural darkey said, when a portion of bla anatomy induced by In Mortland Station in Lincoln county waa being devoured by a huge snake, there and he 1 probably too weary to apply far bill paid half the bills, 4,400 ticket, being Mr. Conn ami family bate ruoTed Into might a pitenl. old at fiee dollara apiece. There were Is more nigger In that sheet than yon -- The railroad contractors In laurel their new resMence one mile from town Imagine, for, punctnre It where yon will, 13,000 armed men In the procenlon, 7,r-0have much trouble. Kvery few evenings a the Etatk appears. being from Pennsylvania. Trunin ADuaTiusmt. car-los-d of hands passe np, and in a day The paal winler ha len severe, About the Iat hill which liecame a on aheep end hogs. A great many or Iwo most of the hand are seen "footlaw In the latt Congreaa was one to refund To the Harrodsburg Enttrprite: I II. KKITI.UT, old sheen have died and very few of th ing" their way lack lo Ihe low country. Ash iV Bobbins arc swindling scamps, to the State of Kentucky aome $200,000 early lamb were saved. Hog have not They do not seem to I fond of the bracing ATTORNEY AT LAW, for arming, equiplng and transporting and, according to the Bowling Green Increased either in weight or numbers; atmosphere of the mountains. troops during the war. A conaiderable Mt. Vornon, Ky. aim It la said that most of the iiegn Oa:eltf. the Only Lane 1'ad to. are portion of this will go towanla arming and large number of ahoata have been killed and very few pig have left here last Fall for Kansas, will return by named eimtping the State guarda. birds of a feather. The first I(llr,lslllK(.UWlK t'.tf olh JhIWIsI ssi-i- y ua a few aa soon aa they can accumulate auflicient PMrlrt. nailalV4ir.oussy-- J firm sent us an "ad1 in 1870, to run The Lonliville and Nashville railroad been sited. A gentleman told daya ago that he had a lot of ahoata that fund to pay their etpense. Tlie reports givea weeklyeicuraiona to Havana at the one jcar for $20, the first quarterly ISAAC Jl.STr.iVAUT, first or last which they send lo their IrlenJ indicate In very low rale of $0 for the round tilp. averaged ninety pounds the to be paid after the first November, he weighed tlicm a few days plain terma that they find Kansas any ATTORNEY AT LAW, The ticket IdcIuiIm first claas accomoda mark copy and bill ago, and Ihey average only 85 lba, showing thing else than a black man' paradise. tions by rail from Cincinnati to Fensacola Mt. Vornon, Ky. Il look a now a If the next Senator on two occasions, I ut getting no an and from t'enucola to Havana by aea"per an actual loss of five pounds to thc ahoat, I conceded to to aay nothing of Ihe amount of feed con from tbla District would wer, we dropped the "ail" after three t'nited Statea Mall aleamahip Admiral. hiHImla Iks Oralis mt Kntewtls aJ ts4IM Rockcastle county. So far no candidate cwllleM la lei m In the last four months. ITOT ! issues, charged its co.it of $5 to profit Tlie apportionment bill, which paad snmed by them .lr jit. have been announced from Estill or Madi. tWr.-llMi- s and loss, and have never since accept- the Hon, fixing the nninber of Represen Daurlllr. aon. In the event that Rockcastle la allow-- An entertainment wa given to Mis tatives at 319, failed to become a law, as SIM IH. llUKlkiriT, ed an order lor advertising from an ed lo furnish the candidate, ought ahe not the Penile "did not have lime lo vote on .Mattie Rell. of Shelhy ville, at Col. J. A unknown party, unless the rah acto be allowed to name the man that ah ATTORN EY AT LAW, It. Ry it the North would gain alileen Fisher' on Wednesday evening. wanta In rnn ' companied it, and never will. Mt. Vernon, Ky. memberi and lone three, and the South A right to consolidate was Issued by A fire alarm shortly after daik last Xot content with changing hi pol would gain thirteen making galna even, our County Clerk on Tuesday to Anderson Friday night, btoiight everybody Into the Will neotrssloa la Roetesill stj tretle klsftt4 o la th tWt fit arpesl. itics, lien Dceringha dropped hi red- - Kentucky and Virginia were to gain a Matherly and MI Harriet F. Wilkerson. streets. The alarm was caused by a burneuulle4 member each. The dwelling house on the Andy Mc- - ing Due in the Newcomb Hotel. It waa Slelsl stUalUa fuel UesJWelloe. hot Methodist shouting religion for the After two daja of balloting in the Roberta farm In this county wa totally ealinculshed without damage. It wa a lets demonstrative, cold water kind Wisconnin Legialatnre, Angua Cameron, destroyed by fire on Wednesday, 2nd Init. Benjamin and whoee term of United Statea Senator ex Origin of fire unknown, and no insurance. wild night, the wind wa hloilng fiercely, of President Garfield. and bad the (lime onte laken hold of Ihe Vasco D. Browne ought to form plred March 4tb, waa nominated for Sena Quotations tn local aeed market: Sap- roof, the entire town would have been partnership and emigrate to the re- tor to fill the four yean unexpired term of ling clover, $0.00; led clover, $3.", awert away. the late Senator Matt II. Carpenter. The timothy, 3.00; bluegra,7oc to $1.10; or motest Western wilds. Fullen Francisco, of (luta Snl bur, tail ballot waa SI for Cameron to 49 for $1.40 to $150; hemp seed, recently purchase! of Jamr Smith the Sejjator TiiunMAN, of Ohio, has lSiuman, a dark hone who loomed up at chtrd lograss, This business was established in $100. $1.50 taw mill located on Skagg'a Creek, and I Drug Store ever been nominated aad confirmed aa one the latt moment. Mis FJla Whilthorne, of Tennessee, now moving Ihe rame. Mr. Francisco pro-os- 18G8, and is the first opened in Rockcastle County. A man named Jamea Hayden, from and MisaTerah Rlarkburn, of Woodford of the Interof the Commissioner A full line of Drugs. Medicines, to locate this mill near Jamea Crawnational Monetary Conference at Kentucky, drew a plitol in an emigrant county, are visiting Mra.C. F. Cecil ford' about one mile from Rrodhead. Tlie Fanev&Toilet Articles. Oils. Faint. hi good sense car on the Miuour! Ticific railroad the Pr. W.C. Montgomery procured a license lioller, which weighed 7,100 pounds, waa Ac. Go to the Original Drug Store to Paris. Garfield showed nave yonr proscriptions careiauj other night and commenced firing promt, Swope, from Ihe Aptnt for D. M. PerTY moved with much difficult!. II mpiirrd rnmnnnnilsil. in the appointment, nnd will receive coiiilr. Wm. Lewi was shot through to marry MIa Emma Eoyle County Clerk on Thursday. & C67s fresh and reliable Field. Flow eeven yoke of cillle tn Iran.plinl il. the thanks of thousands of friends of the brim and Instantly killed. Thoa, Shaw -' preached Rev. Rutherford Douglas Mr. John W. Rrown, who ohialnrd II er and Harden seeds. tfie old Senator. waa ahot in the held near the right eye, at the First Fresbytenan Church Sunday cense to practice aa a lawyer at the last k of Dan and Jamee Hamilton wiaahot in the body moining and afternoon; communion ser- term of Court, ha opened an office nest Tnnentertaininghandy-worbefore Hayden conld be disarmed. Hela vices in morning Revs. McRlroy and K. 0"Sullivan is plainly discernible in Intane, door to Pr. J. J. Rrowr'a oilier, and want irhat. Chiaholm closed a protracted meeting at of the Courier-Journa- l. to gel an occasional fee. John Is an honthe get-u- p Th indications arc that the National Ferry ville lids week with 0 additions. Kontucky, est, toe!! and intelligent young man, and Mt. Vornon, Dan is a )oung roan of great promise, Uinke which haitlly withdrew their circuA man named Swearengen, living in aucresa which all hi friends ami is making rapid stride to the top lation beciuse a funding bill with disagree' Ihe lower end of the county, accidentally deaerve that iir.tu.iii hope he will achieve. Tlie aurist road to able feature waa about to pax, have got ahot hi little child with a of the journalistic ladder. I J. It ! to put an "ad" In this piper.-K- n theniselvea into trouble. The moat of them rid on Monday, Thc bullet passed ffnotlM, Csrofi'rli'H. llitln, Fon flair. About 4,000 acre of land Gr.N. Hancock received marked are now trying to get hack their clrcula completely through the child's body, and HotilM, Miocm mill !. attention at the Inaugural, wlilcb tion, but the law Is plainly against them, no hope are entertained for Its recovery. in one tract, in Rockcastle county, lying on IttlHC I'Niiitlt)' Ilrpl In Rockcastle River. Suitable for eras ami i held in the and having gone out of busmesa, they will show how dearly he it I'lmt .(iiikM More. George W. Rain, th lecturer, was farming lands. and Well Umbered have tn atay out at least that Is the view greeted with a good crowd on Monday heart of his countrymen. Also, C00 acre of abound richly In llrettnattMllr Ihijs ao4 will of all prominent Treasury officials. night; In fact, it was an extraordinarily 1 mile from the GAtiriELD I thc fifth James that Hayes left Washington good lecture audience for Danville to turn land In Laurel county r Bhinsloa. Fosts and All Sorts ot ha occupied tho Presidential Chair, at 12.41 Saturday for hla home In Fremont, out, Th subject "From Kentucky to railroad. The title tn these lind I Lumbar at Fair Markot Itatos. and he has tbcreforo been dubbed Ohio. An Immense crowd gath'ered lo the Oolden Gate" waa bandied In a fectly tecure. For particular address, ttHm Sim M. Rurdetl, Mt. Vernon, Ky. witness hla departure, and the expressions mf..lv James ,V. and ill we-rl,t.ss.l. i -- One of the illicit whisky aelleia In and his of feeling toward the Yanaradale va. Danville A Lancaafer :i hi alock, ami xotkh honored wife were warm and enlhuslKtic, A NIcholaaville Turnpike road Company town hanlosrd out WHITEHEAD, JOHN Intends to sell no more; anotheriaaya be Morlou l to Utb ilie'Frencli A fatal accident befell tl train near Sev Levi I. on appeal from Roylc haa been affirmed.. and Potomac Thc nae In the Royle Circuit Cout of will not sell any more In violation of 'law; i Atioion. . Mt Vornon, Ky., ern Station, on the Baltimore (.'!ilraii larfcrd what doe the other man propose tq do? rio.oon i!og the railroad, killing two persons and Injuring HEALER IN Helm vs. .Mchlroy resulted In a verdict fprunilnenl dealer at Fine Hill and Lie- -. .. another, and Injuring moeebr lea severely for Helm for $100 Circuit Court will ingto.n,haa ijuil Ihe buelnes. If Ihey The Omui ihowi tint llicre'i're C,- - a number of other. None of the I'esident'a be resumed MEDICINES, , her oa Tuesday, 15th not don't lll.'iuit, will Ihe authorities be able 677,200 f.irfign-Ur0leln tills rountr jr. party, however, were Injured. Friday. AN0Y GROCERIES, fc to atop those who continue oenly In defy GarflrM will not foil" the selection of Mr. Thuruan aa so Th Jtw!f Piatiis. Mrs. Kate Harrison Bent, the law T wine In llie While of the CommiaIonera to the International pWn, but will hax I'aliils, llrnslim. Oils, Nollun, Toilet th young wife of Vim. McD. Rent, ,. The Peuiocrate of Rockcastle county Itoute. Conference at l'aria Is universally formerly of Danville, died In Arllilm, Ar. r. Monetary of commended a a nioaf happy choice. It are requested to assemble In uiaaa miellng Tie new &nsle'will on Thursday, 3d Iiut ...Mrs. Felt died t! In .Mt. Vernon, Hon A. Pull Una of blsllouerj alwsy on lianj !Jkinucrat, "7 ltrullicu nJ publicans bare joioed with Democrata In Panvlll on Tuesday at the home of Mrs. at Ihe Court-Hous- e day, March 2lh, 18S1, at 1 o'clock r. M, reirelllnz the departure of the old veteran J sue Clark. AI Farkavllle, this county, ilrclaifcl from public life, and everybody I glad at The Arliiuaa yearof for thc purpose of reorganising the Fircu Prescriptions Osrefullv CompoundaU at w illitl lint State iiiiut be pronounced "At- - thi prompt recognition ol his merits and on the 3d InNi, in the eventy-flfl- h such All ssuur. live her age, Mr. Kllrabelh Coaatt. . other(ouiuilttee and the transaction of Ihe kkiutw." business aa may come before public service. Of course, Id nomlna. Ike Dunn solda pair of broke roulea oflereil the Secretary !latne h meeting. Kvery Democrat should attend lion was Immediately and unanimously to F. 8. Slaughler;o-l'arkvIlle,vi$2g0 etuhtiM Secretary to Judge Ban- confirmed, aa were also those of Ry order of the Executive Committee, .. ..Traders allll depressed over Eoathern purr- - 'mn. croft Sam M. RuBDi.Tr, Chairman. Howe a his lary Fvartaand reports, and cpnie'uently ther it no eRbrt The Itepubllcana are nuking an Feople here are generally dtsaatllied awoclate on Ihe ConinibJon. local aale of liuortuoe ...... Kliis IlaJI, of .Ml. Vtrnoii.lij., Congreiw ralleJ to hare an extra wwlo nf wlib Oilfield's Cabinet. Tlie Impression Royle, ablpped lo Atlanta on Tuwlirf lb, U.iKKAHB tl7.Vfl'. to roorene In Mj. prevaila that In falling to give our Hon HKADQUA11TEKS FOK a car load of horses and mules, badly There are now 811 conrftla wrtlog .uHMsrer. John I). While a .rtfol!o, Mr.Oarfield Iey 1lon.li, (triMCrles, - Mr. - L. Harris died at lit residence, mired and rather ordinary. He paid from haa made a mistake which will surely out iieniltntkry lernii fn Kentucky, CO of I. Win. lluula, Kbws, lisle, ! llovste, llsraasrr, IJiismsvar. (Jlssswsr Thurady,and wa burled $13 to $75 per head for them. whom are In for life. near HyatUville, prove fatal lu hi administration. It Ik Hubks, hlsllouerr. brliuol Will McK'ee left on Monday for Iowa, Nut lull.. . Catlella- - hero Saturday. I'neumonla was Id dis Hon. T. D.Mareum.of the not within the range of human foresight sunk llra.lillM Wows, Men's C.H s4 fell Mia IWItle, a daughter of (leorg having resigned bla position aa l'realdent hurj Dtmx'ral, par our Senator, i. II. eaae iiwir, I'lusis, lluWISbai.',lIUISSIHI lossy whether the calamltou conscnutn Dr. RobUrsis sn4 (IsrUr if. Hackley, wa burled at Ihe Fork Church of th Danville I. O. O.T. T Uruce, aooie neat cnilliuent. be averted by any Wsstl he.luit UstlilbM. ert 1'atrick, of Mississippi, I visiting Pr, cea of Ihl blunder can bur-in- s: ground Monday, Uai IiIm Nmilrsswl AllsrbuuNila, The recent atoruis on larnl were terrl tesln . but It BuWjiient tcllnn of the Mio. Mstera' tliil!, e ae. Zack Mrcpaoh, a former rlllteu of this McMurlry....,.Witl (Irlder and bride, net ia ll a ther wagej on the aeai. Nine in- that Mr. While's presence In the kunjreil per- - county, was arrested In Spencer county on Sayre, of Frankfort, were In Panvlll on House of Representative may be aullicient .tola lsi.lnt liitr oiimiply mill ael were loet, and Ofer.otU' Mrs. Moore'a dancing school MuulfV the charge of stealing a horse from (leorge Monday v .iwi..i. vi. .iiv u4?ii. ..Bfm, to bring th country safely through all Accldtnta come thUk ami fatt on the Jonee. of Buckeye. TbeblierinTofhpencer fault at the Central Hotel, on Saturday erila even If Ike adminlstrallou, liulud l'bll, UUOIHIIUU tUllTUtUIK. larted fur thi plc with Simpson, but night, waa highly appreciated Ciucinnall Boutheiu recently. Frank In Mr. Lincoln, ahould hare tn be aacri a trainman, wai VllleJ by a auenter while be was purchasing his ticket at Marks, the tailor, has relumed from thc red r tafeolirAsu. j. u HlLin John Mulling waa tried but Monday Louisville, hiuiuon gave him the slip and Fast with a splendid line of goods... .Miss Iralu near Cleorsetown Wedneailay. Hon, Jobnt hapBian,tt teaald, will Le escaped. A reward of fifty dollara was Katie Clreeuleaf, of Lexington, will soon btfor Justice J. H. Calloway and M. be In Panvlll In glv a leading, with the Mulllns, for lb malicious shooting and appointed Senator of Iowa by the (lover. oflered for him by Jones. D4I llllt Mrs, W. U. Duulan Ii null sick waa view of organising a claw In elocution ...... wounding of A. J. l'ik. II was defend nor to fill the vacancy cccadoiin by the threatened with Pneumonia, but is Ini Mr Robert Slwart It ilfTerlng from a ed by Mr F. II. Reptrt. Tho Court held QENBItAIi MKllOIIANDIBKl accewlonol KirLwuot1 to IheCaUuel him lo answer In bond of $l,(0O at the Mis 1M1 Johnston I visiting partial stroke of Faralyais, IlTltl new locouollrt, three, parlor proving Ml Circuit Court They also required hlui to AnnI C'ralg, of I'Ut at Harrodsburg cuchti, Clly coal can, av enly-uv- e iD lianj a full Unto. id.tiilri hundred box cara liar Stanford, 'accompanied by Mrs. Spencer, II up Mreinlaru ertilanl la all ia mete, give bond in four misdemeanor cava at form cam, and II kiluis, so ftesly aJ been onlereil for th tliicinnatl Southern. of Ibanon, and Mtaa I.U.U Fierce, of tsralsfsxl It IlilWiS, si ksllsf a lsr ssU, taj $100ea(b, Falliug tueircule the bonds, Dry Uoodt, GrocoUt, CIoiLluK, Hoots, Sbot, lUts, ueOUIiH, TUrela uu. he was plain! In all. On Tuesday an or' lWlween thirteen hundred and fifteen Pinvllle, Indiana, U viMn Mrs. 11 W. sivssi'issiliig all Ullard .Urs. Simp. Klkla and "Andy" Jesjlsi ike Irises at lit Uo lssl, aJ U der waa mads by Judge McClure, transferLunJred bill did with the Kerty-alstlit br.lF fa iira sYin.liS tj lLlf tilivlo ftllM k. (real Utters ksi is, proHletor Uurew, the larger number by far being llurrudJe arrived Sunday night rrnin sarsttluee 4 Ulliy la rvwsAiullB a stiller ring Mm lo the htanford 111 for aafc keep Iter mriiLhiuKtui iMr ifrtrui slwk ftl trrsilr ing, and he waa accordingly laken lhtrby rt)iul ult.vt U.ialbrui ikll Mill for penaloni claims anJ relief I'lIlaJslplihi, tfher they hare U.n at a ttuf (aauuirr I'ruluf ass tirluss a so islfbl to eiery u tM uultl Alt klb4 jo-Simla" W, II. Albright and iwo gutrdi. irict tUa lo iictnej IW wii tsndln Lselnr. vaUsa.-tatit- asr as Ckrsalcl. Mr. the Madlwn county Fa!rAociatIon, which embrace 27acree of eround and an amphitheatre aerond in alia In the United 8We, waa sold toaallify a debt, lo a company ol gentlemen for SI.O-V- ), much lew than half the cot In The nmnertrof hnnt two month ago the cltlt'ns of Urad llarrsrd were notllleil by ley In a windy prnpectn, that they wonhl begin lh pnbllratlnn of a weekly paper at this plans llit Ihej hsd the "rocks," and hail "come tn atay and don'l ynn forget It." Vasco I). Ilrowne, thr eilitor and manager, was almul a "onery" a srclMen aa ynn conld find, but a he laid claim lo nolnlng but brain, ami depended on liiadley for Ihe "filthy lucre," considerable confidence waa placed In him, and II wa thought, after the first Isaua or two, fan-castat last had a paper thai could live. Rut, alas .'or human hopeel Rrown had succeeded In making deMa tn the amount of about one hundred dollar, chiefly for board and work on his paper. The parlies, thinking It about lime for pay day, csllcd on V. D. 11. lo "shell out," and ha dld-- to Islington, and stayed several days, lie- coming suspicions, V. (1. Dunlap, one of hla creditors, wrote to Islington, making Iwintry regarding John T, Rradley. II noon became convinced that John T. waa a delusion and a snare. On Rrownc'a hi creditor prtated hist an closely that he had to throw np Ihe sponge. While I at the beginning of hi Ironble aympa- Ihlted wtth him, I am now satisfied he I and warn alt good people a dead-bea- t, against placing the slightest confidence In him H III fj Ii rasa Onntar K i.ifh. I, v we X ,ti riesasu Alldv Mn,t u y . nmns i mm niwft-la- i iKssk ywnlsh OrrhsH M me la tssl Iw,sn4 SI ihe isne tlm rllM.nll M me psy she kss len Mlstefcrme-- l as t asy KsK M V. tU Srsleits Is "scorlM iIm S snnthff Sfssnn." Sstsh la net ray enienlhsn, Tall. Ism since! Milken- imv kssll s lifts. iIsIsIiikI I KenliKky by ptlvste ssisleem esrcel lerelani Wlk VTMnswu. Ikey esn losU'rirlmlly srrsnteil I. nespsrlfnlly, Trrn Xl .Wfiimci. r o, finlna: wsMsi tr hl s4 fkl Tk Uer It'crif nf Msnlor Joesast was Ien Isti'l a Jsrt tmfrtt years M U I If roe wwe I'ike, Ihe man who was sh.i is rapidly lecotering ur Mini In iti l'r i 1 Millwsley o'ltn head I Tisiiing rtluivi-iMi' Ilelle Wilson left Tiielv lo ly visit filen.lt In Ion lew. ..Mbe Jael Redd and Ida Adam, who have been the guest fer a week, of Mr. Cmok at Fin Hilt, bsee retnrned heme.. .Mr. Isaac Smart It absent this week rnnnlng the Mr. S. I' Knox Circuit Omt haa recently len appointed agent for the sale of tho Singei Sewing Machines in ihl t'rMiy. eonnly. ... Mrs. John M. Rrown, a sls'.er VM8LE HIF0B1T1 HALE ! lrn & NUNNELLEY tn lhsSlit.-tnsnrlfr-- rlf atlfMor, Tn tstrsios Jora-as- t, lint srrrk, lnlenlfc jrsr, as-- l llewtsalk ealert-- l sssiwfixeal, I a rwl rros-mialev Ik rsmllllM. K Irltiht Wsllm wilt new t Mnrpl.r," be "skaks" with will U ss lieppy s lie Is s rTHrerni "tPs elite AJrsrsle. Tna tatasioa JetansL rfillHt I ales u r la 1st iplnt sstarser Mils iMJers Ik esrei Itself. Wkcaa Mai kst callosity enonsli leeklfe, It will t Ut psklog arossJ Walton's I ij I.sts ii islj ae lo kls l ess well ees'Ufl wlla (renM tuyrery-elll(-strs(OUsfow Tines. e anon reel dsasJ ol F.'lThonion,of Ihl place, who baa Inmj lime, is worse been an Invalid fur Rev. Killier and net eineclcd la live . F. J. Donnelly, of ltlehmon.1, was the It I pnrsl nf J. Ii Vowel list Tuesday il.A,ml,i il.st Iknn.U-Jnitll- n will ultimate Rev. Dwlght ly become an evangelist A. Norton, nf Chicago, la visiting lilt nc hew, Wm. Wtbtr nf Ihl place. . Mr. James T. Adam, of (larrard eonnly, I Ihe gust of Mr. and Mrs. M. JW. J. Miller. lW.ei.-s.a-s- rsM IVr"-esi- Mt. Vernon Department. SAM day. jlPPMiran. IUJ. ritepben Lnlllct win preach at Ihe lliilsiian i inirrii neii Mr. Ik II. onn Itaa charge oi a eeicci school whlthllna flourishing condition. The J fioin Ihe depot to the (litis- tlan Church I well nlgli Impassable by reason of Ihe mud. Rrodhead ha four fleurlshlng stores, Wish lo inibrin the people of Lincoln and adjoining counties that they have opened out at Owsley & ilig&ins' old stand, next door lo Ihe Farmers National Bank, a Inrsre line of MJIURDBIT. Editor. Ihl Staplo and Fancy Groceries, Canned Goods, Tin--, w ood--, "Willow-- , Queens-- , Grlass- - Hir,f:rr.vrr. J J. Williams, of and Stoneware, Sce.,&e. The most complete line of: SADDLERY AND HARNESS! Ever brought to this market. We are Agents lor the Star Beech-roo- t years. Have on hand 100 bbls. of Salt; all of which were bought tor thc lowest cash price. We are also Agts. for Bonanza Mills Pat ent Process Flour, equal to any in the world. Every sack guaranteed to give satisfaction. Also handle the J. 1. Case Plow, superior to any other. Warranted to give satisfaction, or no sale. Product) of all kinds takon in oxcliango for goods at highost mnrkot price In or-dto secure bargains, soo our goods before buying, or you will bo sorry you didn't. or llamc, warranted for twenty it. i:. 'V. llOCliraTEIt. NhIcniiihii. W.IYI. WEBER, Drugs and Medicines, Mt. Vornon, Ky. ME;MOAfc I SEVERANCE, DUDDERAR & GO. J. T. Clark. lri'ni, Have moved to their New Store-rooin the Opera House Building. m db . o' fiK:.r i:ts. L tis 4k Itijt' Uee.l Jjmihu Skimmed from tho Imple-montround to consist of Market and OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS, Which nro or Light llraft, llurallc, Simple, CoinplHe. J. E. Vowels' ls. VA1UETY STOltE WEBSTER WAGONS, lindles. renn. Hear Ilrako to every wagon. CHAMPION REAPERS t MOWERS Acknowledged the Leading Machine on tho Market. Willi Truss-Ho- d Axlo Attachment. No moro lirokvu hd IHlt. THOMAS HAY RAKES, Sell-Dumping. No out of order. labor to operate them. Never get j. ii. nusTox.vi'o. ituomi i:ai, icv. IYIAYFIELD WATER ELEVATORS 1'oul water and make good water hotter. Nevchild can operate them. er freeze up. Any Purity 10-yr.-- DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINES and Noiseless. Sew Anything from tho Lightest to the Heaviest Fabric Hand-sora- o Furnlturo. Durable and Simple. Thoy always givo .snttafafltion. Light-Runnin- g ilf I GEO. I. WJ.AKKW- - i: ,ilk..liik.alf!ll.UTa;a,, ,,,T 1 Allal a Itttl We hire 1 10 utislitl (Irrmsn M lei Wtltr feeling for Tliere . pply atnc lo J 1 At, flohbilt down thla way amce be haa agreed for aale rT)?aaJ HT Iiawaon, netr Stanford. Ky manner I' nbimt hit ilim I' i). TV not rain (a I ! ,i1rawt rel ky M I Ki.kiw, llic iHitrhrr. hi" alsa ib.1 ini ny tlrrnl Hull hcraft pnrrlitwd in lar pine, arnl ther ia a mighty g ml teeling eehnarr j lent 4 rw.Hi Kii'UroM Mr I I piiin- - haout ih I'nrlmana ami r,prnrl mil ntw A CTP'ORX), lAtoltltif, all IMS Mllst ikises, a ll.fiOO wnd of wool al IV tn Vx for Ilnghe, latriii he l.aa alwara ell ir ft atadr'ahlark kid glorr at IhUntTie, (lire him a rail. tin of frrali mr-asssl dnefur a Wlls II Is Ik wa werlli 40 to 4V lat staunch Democrat frtiiml on Ihe Iliitlontllle pike, which the Th Htme l way r kesllsg Ik IJinii n slisyts sn.1 March 11,1881 FrliUy Morning, KlittwT Wlnraafs Jrnntllng m! I.linWr Some of our fUheimen In thrk neigh- ht.tr, a ta Ih sKle llsie, ken Jt,ns sskl, Prrlng. nwner can gel by paring for Ihht notice Twlr Applra Is li found nfwhr At The bog cholera I raging In aome borhood are rather Indignant with our "Taka spiky 11 sn.1 wsll, sr ' oiky wsy -yiilh,UII f I 30 per bnlil a) It. Mat. Ml" JutlA A. Hcnt h relnrneil tn teirttonaof the county, Mr. W. II. llaya Henalor on acconnt of lb fili law. So Mr. Iky Milt ksih ha.Iilos- ' .v. mw, aalken ttkjrwrtIHwsw la at lot now tlnjIAHonV Kentucky, and la now playing A week' en hat .t0 out of .11, arfmenf tbem weighing nrucr will hare Income around and aa Ikcn 'esns' txiy an.1 roser ar Iks asms. It Paaseater Trsln 11 oltiM,....fc...m. If Mr w. their anger liefore be males another rare. nly tk- -' Two jtnni! oM l nil mtrka rrillapiiar. gagement in I'adnoah. Her many admir- aa much aa 170 pound, l lae.i.M- -l or th tame, Ike fatviiter Train to I'.M.mM A Mt'tM. I4 r. m. iMwIllseseik Intslalsny Ingllila wrrk, the nM KhanVa Ifoiiw Ami er her will be delighted lo know that ah rArtta Court DAT. Aliotit SOOratlle It is yery hard lo plcise eteryliody. Missouri fercr seems to be contagion. etl.l.nce,rW. Innt, Ihsl Hit ill. Ins pnm upon Ibe millet. All aobl at front HJ to th urI lftll lirlekon the OtnrMlnnar will be here about the find nf April. I.or.tl, AOTIfKN. InJtmeaa is, "Th prayer ir huh shall ssrtlh P)iur. W Mnapam Itirni Tin 1'. O order, allowing hill, inroicra, , ami good nnra In demand. About 100 Another young gentleman of Ihta place si's;, ami Ih anil shsll rsfs hist ap," kst leen Kilitiicn Tai Ki.r at MrlbitwrUil Slap;'' ti'liltihr, f Ihta plic, bill of lading and any commercial riper mnlea oflereil, which brought from $0f, to had Atiolcnt Attack, and It will doiikllet anaalkht; r Ikat Ik word In Matk I I;, IS, kas Kam.-t.- V. Hrrn IrUli I'elilr at Owslej A lllc-jlna- ', prote fatal. If Ihe disease ran bei arrest- len eaneellel. "These slens' shsll aa aarslr partly In writing, with no atgnalnre, to $H0 per bead, fll from the roping of a enlrrrt, In Ills The lielnnon .SMmlinf tell of a hen ed before It si riles the heart, there will le "tnllsw Ihssl lhai;AV;l tage. haa llio llnenf fishing Tack! ju.l rrrctrril hntg, Kr, n fw g", mnaMrrahlj pa In Ihe mail on one cent Bel itenlril ll.at In srraof Mf, llief.llli Udol found all a chance fur htm. That la all that aarnl as Ii Hale ANunnrllr. Ihe worker of tomJers, hss well nigh tlie.t nl. Injuring hta almuMrr.- - Iff la At home now been reaclnded, and hrciflf r full letter that waa Illicit In which waa full aire egg with perfect shell, and think Hilly Ilsughmtn; It didn't strike In. "NtterlhelM, Onl has ant left ItlmwIfwIllMiil IIAi.r. A Kuitsirrtrr areiigcrtti for llie an.) rapMIr ramming. poalag will ! charged on ancb mailer. witnesses" la mil sees, llial Wrall.s,l Isprrs- (elelirflhl lltislifonl Wagon, he ought la hare n killed for not laying : Jfc- r-. Hi mar amu I it. W.(l. Ilantf liaa aoU Ihftmirlllr, laAAc At'i.ru'and Wm. llowmin, who them while they were 23 cenl per doten. eni, in rare win i4rneriil ay iiivis rower. I.AttrjKiionrH,! Irish llalncr,nf til The "billiard" gave uaAcall In past Atnl now Klkest "ls ,lsys" Ih lllltl Is raislli t.l.l Pre hiii Ami lot, pppnalt the were arrralrd on Conil tiy,tliargeil with A XnnncllcyV Minis, at llil -J- ohn M. Hall told to Tom Wood. I A Ing. ing ftp lift Bra chorea InttrttMcrtlsl testily I pnblllng barn here that waa bought In two and three-yea- r Tor lhat (V.ntli u Wlilt I'lne Hyrnp, rrolifrrian (liiirth, to JulmH. Uugha-old mountain cattle al Some enthusiastic poet once sang! Ills grse aisJ power, prralTtntsr rssantay U f.ir$Mi).whn will ImlM a l.rlcV rral.lrnre another Htatr, were tried liefore 'ftinlre M. $20, and A yoke of caltl for $100 1 lo t'rrpsrnl If .Mcltolwtt A War;. "Hall, gentle Spring, ethereal mildness, wen trois Ihelr aalellef, I put Irast la tkt "hrr Wam. I'Arrn, laical aljlc an.1 lares on It In Ih nrar future. C. I'orlinan yraterday and acqnlltetl, the John 7.. Hponnamore one ynk for $90 and hail!" Spring haa liken hint at bla wont wisr," lock, die up t McltoUrt A PUgr. The 4.l llssl at rVilUa aaJ I'kailtMi war An ItrM. r.lltlr Ut. l'iraormrvl.l to ua 'pijulre baring hla judgment on a recent to A. T. Nnnnt lly a yoke weighing 3,500 and hilled. mnn.!i( Hsa llama-t- lit "triesngrlteatnt"(iksllt, ut ssi) "hat Tnd tlionuml Ih othrr ilaj: pound at iMc, An Inrjnrst tfe faaafint iVNoewd was (Inl aoly," hea Ihey wliliej I Jlarrllt th A got aom nwa for deriaion of the Court of Appeal. lies! In llnntvkft-- at -Fatlor's nnrer. Thsl It tnrrJ Mln tkey In Cincinnati callle art In falrilemanJl held on (Irren rirer Tuesday In Ihe WI.4I I. It Tf.il." t Silt). "Whr Votts Fer.itBf. If yoa owe the late 4-- ij ty tlujtj IUmii.ttiw Htril. I'ltw ami the Kotilh tliailrjr atra l.aa hail Ma lirothrr Ami Crni of Itayden Itrothera anything, either at from $2 for common all the way np toTof a daughlrr of a widow Vincent, She BM BM ay- - Saw fctas IVn.l Clilllrd Now at Owsley A lll!ris, nrrralnl for mllmjUf Uiitny on Mm," he hy not or account, you are earneatly re $100 In $ for good shipper. Hog are waa adjudged a luntllc and ordrrol lo the frml, and Inches Meat ssyt "Th UlAO will sol m.llrlna"-lku- ik etiKlsslltawllkoiil II It nol .are l, warranted to tiff Mirfntln or no rrplinl, ct Mrntljr proud of rrndrrlng ua quoted lo call at the old aland on J. W also in demand, ranging In price from ssjlum. fr a irtorueal JealeJ Iktt HassresavMifs, sIsaHy salel $I-. for common lo JG 40 for best, Sheep ,seralllii el gabelletlng mo.1 Peacock Is ready with every vartely tannin nice an ninrli aaalManre In Ih rr.llrrtlon of Itayden, anrrlrtng partner, and aetlle Thla TrniiiiirrA Vanamhaii. ss llrma. nfdanttnSeeds, especially theeallleal and eraa Is Jsist In (slat ss Iksl si unhellstlof aar teals. nolle la Intended forrrery one who owe tell from $.1 to $-- GO per cwt. Itnr f( Mcrr'a ami lloya' Ilcalr-Mail- e Irlena Unrsln eowalyi Y art wllaease -- J. F. t'rak bought of V. D. Albright, llnllilna;, ami lll HII lliriil lower than liet Pev, Items, Corn, and Onion sela ltlnilT Tina Way. Forrpintli, the them, without riceptlon, aa the hixlne whether mlrtfhm enrr ksrs len wrouskt anjlvlyi etttled Immediately, (lib week, Id adnata for $0, thinking be all In bull; and A full slock of Ihe most yur rwhtal Th rure.1 enes sr wstklag your great rirriM mm, adrrrllH lint he will of the old firm mual Received a Large aad Splendid New Stock ot I IIato I nil I. I here to repair Hewing M streets etery Jsy FrlraJaal a Jlalane ' tail ami yon might rare yonraclf trouble and had a lip lop bargain, but when he weigh- - approves! Seeds In pi rs. thine on March SIM. All work Ml with lreflOiorurllieprrlllratUdrlnAmrilra from Ihe aol wsflh atlBftelmiiilry, when hilnJreJt of lit ejected A dead leat wa to trarrl with hla almw the romlng aeaaon, coat by a prompt compliance with their d them, and found that be had paid juit Hi St. AmIi, lag vllnesses eaassllaty ytur JeBsan.lt U.tltlrhnN,ftf JaJea I! renla a pound, (! cents mote than the Hoiith-I,oun- d (rain thla siJe nf Junction e' Ispssk nnltlsmen" A S.I Imply tit alt and I Admtml by Hi troiint-Ira- a reqneal. A word lo the wtae la aufuclcnt. attciulnl tu T. J. ArulaleaJ. 'it Iksl Ik usual price,) lie felt like weeping, waiting Cily on Monday. He tmmbarded lb ram testimony assy t msJe tsrirs (tear an.1 itlallncl, hoaU that will qtrinli Mm. Thla IIaI.k A Xl'atxrit.Y wish la Inform Ilif To Tiir rcal.ic Aa Ih aiirrtilng pirt-nerand gnashing Id teeth. I. estaUitb! la Wblth I will mik up lo InKltM it ; U &4 tl k they will again I In lhr wool 1 btrc pratMatlr Itxtteti wlthrrxk, but was scared nil by a pi-lngh, ptrsr. W hat hrr imlillr I'aitle wlthlng loncll will flrul it way, Mr. Kor Ihe firm of Itayden Itrother, J. V. 1ft MiikirJ, aa-- til I IheUllltt'it nsme, an.1 Ills sole xulJsnr t U a If HI HttitrltoB furalrrJ ta aTr Buoxt erao ttklt. Mr. John Metcalfe, of little, showed shot in time to save the train. right hrr in Stanford, and hrr nani Itayden rrqucola ua tn aay lo the public lleuresnerriirfthstl U wrmixhl, leesna t'l Ihtlr Interest to see llieut lint. ua some applra which he bad kept through The President' inaugural I a neat tiyt MJ ft llfj, Ihta II will k a tsstvas. If fr.lk 1 lhat be wilt continue the budnew at the Wr. leiljr anil twslllTe('iirt fur Promptly-Done- . the winter In barrel piled up In the open enough aflair In Ida dirisions Ihe author he Isrllng In th fmll4Kt anj In the am who r.otKn-Hofa- r turn, l'iiiineri, ajanncr uiihiiii bii.i ami 1,'rrAin Himra, -- old aland, ami keep a large and elegant air. He rata be la tried the plan for i Ih Jlaeav.1 , then II will ha impartial. A third of Ids ace recounts Hea.l Arh, in hlillnh'a Calaarla ItcntrJy, Oiir lltlilnoinil upplyof Dry good, Nolluna, liooti, Khoea, JuAiilon aaitare- Time n)y eaa drlemiitslkal. ksr It TksnWnl for psal ftroit, I ky ttrlrt sttenlloatohottnets, to aaartl a eonllBBBBc tf Ik aaai aereral years, and haa found It the best he the rise and progress of our wonderful A rural Injector free with farh hollfe It lalhtrurtel Hit Issly ts II It In th rur I'se it If yon ilcslre health an.1 awctt trlla al.uljli proUhilltr of Ih ercetlon Clothing, Dre tlool, Ac, Ac, and that haa erer tried. In a lot of twenty barrel Vary Retpeeifully, Another third Is dreolnl to the i( the bmiI 'without iM II la Imposallle to aiWyr H. O. RUPLEY. almp, and a hlaebxk will be alwaya full and of lliela-a- t be did not find half a Ixithel of rollrn onea. lmlh. I'rlce 'si rents. Noll hy (lirraull of a round hone, Inetltable"inan and brother.' The remain- ritev (lod. Th oljrrl t Ikoae wbfrni Ik A Trim;. a car tniilding (ataMlthuitnl at that nlnt, that money and long eipetlnir In JJlRIt sbsll jhiI In rhsrge of Iht slrk ones, will All. T. (Irares'sile In Fayelle extra der Is generously accorded loour agricul. gW iUygRTMtmTA. NKILOlt' CATtnmr Jlruitpr. A rttar- - Iraa than A half mil from our town llniila. ran buy all of which lie oflrra at PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED. broke mules brought, from $175 lo $i!0 tural, commercial, financial and economical h lfVW(AeMtfsAIA fmiat triers (As eluw pur tar I Warihi liirltittU,llhikcr "11 r wilt hf ,'leliCHil.l not nlluw ad nlre a au bottom price, lie a. la a continuance of Wkrn lhal lal Is to $100; interesla. er head ; work horses, from M6utlfan.l ltr.l'..rlr? With eaelt iwlll gar rrMlieJ, a tun will as certainly kdlow as that Iht liiutroalIj fronilhrlr grap but the piddle patmnagr, promising old and one aaddle horse, $.Vr; seed oala, CO cents M. D. THEnRunrHiTnrrf fiWiTutR ll.fr la an Ingrnloiia nasal Injectnr fur lnl Some sneer al the prominence given aonaklnet. t'nlllthal sllslneJ. iMKsg new ru'toweia excellent good at barliiigld offer flie leil Imluornirnli toaaill Uwadit- rj ta Dry (.ooda,VctUaoTwf. Kj-- these lli niiirasifcinllratiiientfif per bushel; corn, from $2.2-- lo $2 &0 hy Ihe paper lo (larfield's act of kissing rmn U4"t II will Is Ihe toy a.f Ih ene wko In- ItaraollJale lorrprtstnt IJncoln cootty talkof sHN VJ HHIwltll KOtttKdlt As. B. BTttlttt llrln Ml eta. to I'rlce willmiit eilra charge. rui thr lorallon. Th huadrrJa of gain structs, In aluiv th Th doIm aaJ acriMta dual lV k)4 aWto arat. C Ikow liwtr House of Ih neat Htnttal Assembly r, hless, itsbtorsliasd btirel. slock bog", abonl 4 cents; feeding Ida wife in public on Inauguration day. Kentucky, auhltcl to thearlioaol IhtHtaoocratle rrtMat iii with J W. Hijria, flianford, lor ai KIJ l (lirnaull A I'cnny nn, from Iks wonlot lloil snj their own espre- - parly. lian.li that thfahoix will work will aivrut i Hit I. ParliM UdhikaWu rail on bUi. vain . tknttL callle were told before sale at 4 cents; They don't nnderatand the case. A man lenr in Iwlng hesle.1, how tw.f lb I)Rlt Is, how 'jrAxsitbi Till lcrrio.-Wli- w ill m IlioitaandWif dollara rearly wild in. lartbrt twtlr. tad atttl. ewes, with Iambi), $10. wife in that latitude is a wsVe to hesl, kov sg anj iImJ II It lo Irust Ids kissing his many wo"le we are aroiirwl iia,Beeni to prek. aa. HAIUKR, PrmKnrn (iRirrK Jolin Htilnger COURT 4CMt It A It on THE floaairn, What apprarrtl As Ihe Ut&Ulerol Iherosll Jests with a .lsner. -- Th J.W. UAti)l. nia.l miserable hy Int Conk-lin- g stiller an.1 1 fer lit Slat Commissioner of Agricul norrlty an Innovation. Xo wonder and MIm Martha Jane (IrlfMn were mar of HVrly within Ih pait wrk to lure 1 null enenursglng htm to roto to Jtsr. Th leiMont iligeallnn, (Wll'tllon, liiulnc, 1st Ids Februnry report say ture In The smiled and Sprague looked astonished J- -' msy bsre loWreiesleJonea. "Lin upon line, Atvllte, Uniting up of Id" Komi, Yellow ed In A hlgalanJrr auilin the KutenJ of rie.1 an the Sih. BUTr wheat la deplorable. llect her could have enlightened Ihe.Presl precept PKTKK (. tiVTT AHV MART condition of usio prerept." Alsst tiow sliw It Ih Nkln, whan for 1.1 rent we will aril litem On the "lb, I'rea- Oaka WAnnr wife. ri:TiTin.s KX PARTE. Ih rounty, haa, w am glad la doing fairly well, especially harliersown heart to take In (lo,, s gnoJnea, k,rlhrur of dent as In the elbptelte nf .Shllrih'a Vllallaer, guarantees! lortirflhem. CINCINNATI, ton It. Oak led l Ihe hymenlat allar going to I'tTM, Ivenluppily ami honoraldy where It waa putin with a drill.The same ta I'erhsi", howerer, James Ahram mMook either aokt rr lJyt Rut wkrn Ik tronfof Ihe Kohl Chraaull A I'tnn). aaai rtcnata or stika,ta ,MIa Mary Jane Warren, a awrct , 'AefrVtfer, mfnwj, a Ktetk!) hprrltT rlrm lahatMlt imit roorTa. CtoxruiKT. Itled. Thr whole mailer grew out of barley and othrr small grain, while bet for snmelssly civ, ami, if so, be Is IjHtttllssVllemr. osJ true nf Married, by llitl IVtrr I'. BiU asJ Mar. Butt, hit wit, wIP (wrsjr foe Is.ly la la not worth llicaniall pric of Tirrnla tnie nlurd milaVe ami mtaapprthrn-alnnIhUaUr I UJ ! Ik later sown could not gire a lea promising eicusable. Al any rate, the country it rurt connection Mkiw, wkelber prtysr ensoul. ataaT laaatl tjlltl!fl. ! What hss Ihe I lifting of Iht th Iter. J. I- - Itirnea, al Ih reoidenr of Circuit 'Vurl Ihkr )o4Bt to frt Tounwlf of rrr ajniplon of tlt which hat now hren all mrrreUd It liaa hren lifted lo the surface entitled lo, and shouU ilemaml, an expla- ulniatetlsg on at II ta Iks fiire" "kloili ttrry ilrrfc'ianre ol l.1nr.iln Mtrf nail m rnipowirtvi prosiaxt. itriHNtn irifinFt mil illatrrwInK mmptainl, if you think an nil brother, Mr. Will the brida'a ne, al wsy anj 4erla-l- lheniBnelIon Hist ss wsy- - Lt liiJkf nint vfmii futirl ta hit, tnror H tDl ten- rail ai our alor aixl tti liottlr of HMluli'a W are heartily glad, aa the affair, Ut man ;lrrday, Dr. Woodaon C Mont by freete and thawa, and present a dead nation, jr (.trWrowH tsntai,anT ihotaaf oil era at an rvanirllsl hsrtwlltt Ihe sneers oflb prlnlnl nuar-ant- rr which Iherr waaabaolnlrly nothing, would In fact, ninrli of It la dead. ckTMNutri (r froMtti fUintftor tb JrMtof h Vllilltrr, fry Uittlr li The force of habit waa amusingly Ulna- - lAlHO'NworknHoBillleJIaBiyrhsrrn BTATIONAKY AND iOHTAULB gomery, of (larrard, to Mi Kmtna Hwope, apivaranre au fgnr Ikey bu'lntkl, Prtatf t Itult. tuakt on It, iw aoronlinjtl an, If It iloan liar Aa Indiratireof ila condition and appear aereral rfl.i--t rreneetil.le InrolrrJ ! aa a kluail lrale.1 recently at a conference r.f Ihe work n hi W vmuib, la lrvt U kr sn rrJols. ISsat Ihey Js "work to who looknl her handaanic! in a rich black oq rv arcx-- 1 It will coal 7011 netliipt. HalJ faaSlllei Hrmortlfylng aijJA.illJ. vj limit of one la that it looks colored Methodist ecrleslaslical if!iiiat. gether, snj Ihe LOI!l!l Own naiani itdiH-o- i iittrMwn ance, the statement way, snj 8sw Vnia.Orist ktlllt.istllns . Hantert, Pnlleys. rep ailk, trimmed with brocaded ailk and tj Oirnault A IVnny etc. Oar naachlneTy Is siron-- simple, ami well In the f onita. II lalltrivCrordkrtsl tr It unJttlttnTsl (1rk as if it could be swept up with A broom. During the killings It was announced lhat souls are ssreJ. Without a sinner's Wlletlngfor piped with aatin. Her whole trouueau, road, and ia epcl1!y atapleJ In lb wants t( Smuma CkixacttrTloN Ccnr. Ihia la A IhoounJ Xo lluies, No' Vfonkl oraakltwurl. that lh iwrf(f?MTiaM jrllilaaJ It Day. Monday waa a the presiding Hi. bop would, al a certain hlMHll oi'NTY Court katwaera nattier, foe ulnnlnr, etawuur, Wjnthl iiition the innat auroraaful fouili l.lKATir Judg Itrown wai railed to which we were permitted by Mra. Mollie tl.Tl ItitrlWIkM In th IrtTRBinnJOfaNAL,! llnndin and Factory ua. t(s rat luutmiu wlki) Ihellttltts Bating, ronit ItafWflrirpr ami ixiftiiru iloaaw ih iiiwh h minruiti, iw beautiful spring day, and as there waa time, preach a rermon In Ihe white. The thraelhoiiuthls, lh"sVrvrnt,slleetusl Mnlicin w liar rtr aol.l, fw preaide in a luott deplorable raae of lunacy Myera, the sWtr trert arf(Asfl In riamtne, I lsytr" wwklj iMtkintltanslatkHT lUi twil Marrh Iww ot CtTsuaui. LANEoV BOBLCYCO., rur Ih wort raw o( OhijIi, nothing the farmers could dost borne, they service waa well attended, and at ita rlose So' A IhouunJ lloies, r,o Yi ho, thsl res Is Ills MM Wt Joka ssj Wslse k..ta, Cuicioastl, Ohio. MeKlonry thla week. During the build rery elegant. The attendant were Cut.Trib T banal a. Ork ol k iJmvJ Croup, anj Ilrinckita, while it'a worlrful at went lorward lo tie lllkls, ernllls ellkrr ' tWtii, il.UeibairiMrrh, ir.il ing of the I'ineinnatl Southern, Miaa Kllra-bel- h ble,W. I Hirnew ami Mr. Kmbry.and Mi'- - turned rut In large numbers. There waa a numlKrto01 lactic aiirrrwa In Ih rur of (Wumplion I withI lisrlhonkl Ikes lew words ailfkl Iwlpsom hi Ueverence. One of these, not a great numhr of stock offered, br.l presented of nirJirinr. Vinann waa wooed Ami won hy A e Bailie llirrtaon, Ueltle MclloUrt and out paralM In ll 1 J. . llAllXY.lVrk, wishing tn lie yery affable, and feeling terv w ho are putaktl hy mistaken thouxhlaa to what other tradra were lirrly, and altogether It kindly, when presented to the Sine Wt (rat Jlarowr it Ilia lurn anM on aroiindrrlly railronil emplofe, nitued Irene After the ceremony, the JI Inmi a "tailli Cur." really L, fclniple touts will glsJIy li"l whlrh no othrr nidllclnr waa the busiest Court day for months. The nary, considerably astonished herself by wtteonio any worj Ihsl will ihrow light 011 Ike (iiarenlr, gain Ida rnda, went through arty left (lary, who, the home Cour.li w ram-.llayou IKHFF.CTI.Y tin alanj.TollIfIn I FT it. 1'rioc 10cU.V)cta. the, farm ofloa rnArrlage with her. Willi in (larrard,for where an of Iter. J. - llirne audloneera report aa follows: Capt.II.T. accosting him wild Ibe old, familiar greel-in- j, UlKIl s -- aja. Hikers most ls Irfl lo sneer snj COURT elegant auper waa 1st soth ''llll Jetns srofl Thert will alwaya "How d'ye, I'ncle"' If jour Lung ir anrr, Chrt or I Uiejmp!tllon nf th roi.1 ! left her to gietnthcrn. Tiir I.VTrniOR JornHAt. nd Uuah Aalwut 1C0 callle ofleRd'conilatlng occurred at llulcber routes.' Not a tew, whosre-MoA aad accident of kesrt to & lurx Harar, uaa nruioa ititou a iairr weep, And ahe hia nerrr ainr heard of htm. Ha beat within for lb bapplne and long of calres, yearlings Ac. Aged scrubs' town, near the line between Iktyle and Ibat Ih Ultl kaa apokrn," will I eon- - JAMBf A. McflRK ANH A. & MORK( HIS 80M .y Uirniull A lVnnr. calrrasold at $12! to $10 per heal, year- - Lincoln, on Monday morning. Solomon tlnrsj when, likt Thoaiss, Ihey "see r htu- WIFE. PETITION FXPAKTE. ThU worked on tier mind to audi an ei- - life of the new couple. Of Xanatta Ctty, Mo,, Swearinger, hearing wild linkers near Id setrts. Hut lb highest blessing swstla t bos BOW, lings, $20 to $2.1; scrubs, VKHHOXA U tent aa to dethrone her reaaun, and ah hta , lure yet I to 3) ier ound, Some aged mutea aold residence, proceeucti 10 loan 1111 rm tor a as ofokl, wbo "not listing an-Koilr ia lttrtlT (Irrn ta wltAit. It way ronrtnn, Will perfectly cure all tvue of l'llra been for many nionlha n raring maniac. wIGp. on llerrd, ' u Two small children, one carried -- Kaar. Wa. Hter tn Jeans, thai JmuiM A. Mt3ort ait.1 A. K. MOOT, kla nit l'lttaVa, of boneier towataod- irrlnr4 al$S0 to $12.1; plug horses, $10 to JoO; shot.back of the otber, were near hint aa he ll to. II Uaaats. KlarVa taken, 14 the Islington aaylum aars iwrt rllnlllT--, bar Ibla Jar lltsl In b Inj, and of thfi norat hirrtu, the Died, al Ida residence in Knob Noaler, t1rkeorBi-- t l tUUsWkln Orfnlt titmrt lKir v medium, $70 to $100. Capt. J. M. Ilig-gin- aat by Ihe fire holding the gun across hi -- Uiaa RriH luritw, at Balk. liallkMUat w'e.fl.eM.y.' Moor ! A. Mineourl, on February lPlli, 1841, Col. Ilnl larllllAin, praflnlbat wlj I. ftonrt to tnu Witketrt Jlttlne Near. Mar, About 200 cattle, moatty indifferent, knees, tt one pulling on a cap ma uiuniu jiMfmrM of Kfttfe, Mania Cra. stop tillers, whlrh sra aJterllsrJ in tar eol lwrrnl tjrikJ lav twll mnrrr tut br tftstn taflt. stir KtlXMXii. The Hoard of Truateea of Itanaom Well, ageil about SO yeara. The sold at 21 to .1); aold lot sheep at $2; altpped, letting down the hammer and -- MlM Ruih taw u yirtl U MIm s anj ! Ibat aha tanf own or aruuln, (ttr truwi lt-r- tr ilcccawd waa one of the moat prominent passed literally uiuoa, ar a aur rur kit Ague, Itlliouaue-the gun. The ball the Manford Fenule (College, hare uat Tratkrarl. 4iaima Khlusy eowj.tslnis. Thos who use Ihenl say 1119 Uuoti-- . or in urtui ot art umiMiui, tiaiiMr a seteral mules at $110 lo $100. ! tamllr imM aa kit Ma, T. 8. I'aaiaaa throueh the loins of the child who. waa theycsniwl to, too hlnhly rseomruemleil la uiakitiNit.traU'la. aitsar,ti tikftiiM concluded aome gnnil financiering, where- - cltirena of the vicinity In which he llrrd. Those alngle woiuan, tolraJaj tn hrr own nani iM to Trfatwfnt inlU with alo. No carried, wounding severely In ita parage amir'rdBhoul.lglralhcma (sir trial, anj will 1.1.W0..V rrir.vri'. aw taraa jralarJar. haa many frirnda and relatlrea In thla urra I.. iUsiia (ai nr np?Tlf tTwiunruyklrrlcntl. Clerk Ikan rro. bMuaa,an4 tHitllttl tab (urrJdtitn J no(laBr ftotu atr ,laaa hy Ih Itutllulion will aar $110 In inter- - He lljTl.aa Ma. the arm of the other child. The former eouiethe-el.- y U lUr enthiists.tlc In Ih prsia of Ihelr luacaawthoi whhhU ? atvlorif eat yearly. The debt waa $1,000 at 3 per ami adjoining rountlea who will jlnpa-thlrillrhtHmntl Jniirlfwii. olaaM lurt, that Ih nofUvof aaU willlon aul lrlnBt. ciarall kiwwn to b aKiVaatUao, autf died Ihe same afterjtoon. la mot laUUalklawnt. ciiratlT qualities. IPorllanJ Argus. hailtjvialaphuUl.bsfii in th Iktkiio Joi aaaL, nal. fallal rur. 2a pay aakt uatll K K II with hla Urearnl family. School waa re organlied Our Sunday 1lBt rent- - but hy the aale of a lotMjIKto Uia AialB U Kaaar, af a it?watitr ubllbaal In lb laivnof Minfcifd, by Btlrly rar4. lBranalln and rtanlBaifcafr Walilanil. U tMllaf tin. T. T. tltlrk on last Sunday. K. Ik Reailey waa tlected iwowtviir invriiaMB isitrr imp nrit murru inm CbarfMOiratt9. WUauriBltornrllra-o- f Win. Daughterly for $VX), it haa Iwen re- SLIT ADVIUTIMXEITK. itr.i. t.rulJ tut I am Indebted lo Mia Lucy Ilutt for W. UB11 Tiioia, ika.Uimaat dureil to $3i(IO, all nf which waa paid rdualbURnptar(brnla)r by aaab nJ al and J.T. O'Hatr assist Siiiierintentlenl, MliiMaiiur hanalaaticrk ol Ih uncuiu wimiii moat aalatran oparatlon without drawing a drop ol faart Jar. a lieAiitiful hoiuiuet, bearing the motto. rlrratatlat aiaaai Ih Jrar Court, IbU Ihe Mb tljjr ut Mirrb. 1MI Hie Saltation Army haa rearbrd ant 'The harvest is plentiful and the blood. WndoMtaak pay uolllfutU pff Wl a t.r Jiri ! t Ha oil hy funding the amount into G per cent. live The I.vrrmoR Journal and -- Uaa. J. 4. ii aMoiaaum?ioiy tipurll la h uariltHJ te laborera lo ita Highland correspondent ' " laliurcra few." the J V BAlLF.V.tVrk, by all. hoaraamliukoiiruaDlBjt kar kwrakl la (iMlaMtk akanlkar "III rnaala Umdaof $j00eaeh. One bond a parable Loulaillle. ho uMr bow aktpilral aa to lb rur. Me. James Carter and wife have re Iter. J. M. Urnce ropietta a full at- come to the harrest. hr a aamlk ar within threw yeara the nlhera are & 20a, Mra. A. It. liastln HTRtrr nrrire Ka. tis. Uairti. a lr.Ul an.1 were hourht by -- Ma.E.B.llftliWftt I HAVLOl'KNr 0 A I MWT- - IASttUUT( II HI tendance at Church meeting We are Informed that Mrs. MldkltT turned from lioyle Mr. J. V. McAltrler. ! a t. visited her parents Ibis week . .Mrs. Wni MtopMivUr !) airf of MrAIUIarr Jk I c Inl Ik aurraallW Imalana. II wSvVna-r-iteakller. J, H, 8!m liaa returneil, and will not go lo "rink. Cottage,'' to establish (llhaon't father and mother, of St. Joe, Mo., a hi i rrparfsl la fttruUh r1iutr mrat al tbyll, aoJ Isuwanl llayea bad no raaa, anj III M JmiM ,1 wall It la well that Ikurwtlk MaAktl I'rtkftt. I till Iwp lawla of all klnJn, IBJ ioi k. will preach at Ida church next Sunday. Ihe mortgage Is are with tier, the "faith cure," until aay In the matter, W Jie mlglil bar te- 1 will par rtuh hr la kia ar luratlcai. BuUrra TtMa.Aa rrrli -- Wa.J. H. l talitinagr, 1 awlirtta Tliankful lor ller llartey (llaaa, of Itichmond, will clear. SI e will, bowerrr, do all she can In J. U. Lynn, agent for C . T. Freeman, HIiIpo. ahar In laailll. ItlaUaala toed the proreedinga. lllnral 0 Ihlulur. of l IValltarlaa .Ilia a Ua at Hmtonrille the way of visiting the afflicted, and will aold lo C, P. Morgan, of llarrodaburg, a aerie of meeting lgln 4To tin A Colorkd Junv. A night or two ago alare at $10 per thousand, to lie connl-e- d Tkmlaaxtktiiflli'aa U( awrllat ' I preparatory to enmmurton aerttce reccire what abe can at her home in thla , in the wood... Pen Camper aold lo tirllkoiaklaJartklara. Marahal I. M llrtice waa Inforraeil that A ltl- on Sunday place for the present. We trust that much Andv Cowan his celebrated I roller for $ aaa auMuonr.1 ay PUBLIC SALE AND RENTING. Maa. Miar man, named Wm. llunletl, waarreat Courier-Journa- l. U negro Tliere hare !ieenoer fifty aldilloii good will be done to those who aretpirttii' (sTANFORU, KY. J. S. Young taught of Mr. White a iai4i I IkaJrJ'l M f l K4kwrjMef, lAe.aidItlirbajirat In kfaxtllle. He went lo the ISroadway tlirialian Clninh during ally feeble, at well aa those who are pair of broke niuTea, aix yeara old, for $200 IHVIMI TOTIIK(X)NTIMlTLU IILKtSOF bla Iwiight of Isam Flliott laiy tnjirVne, but put Up .... .John Cash. Jr., (. bar JoHiUtvl l Utttt up the retital meeting by F.lder Khoii. physically diseased, and Ibat the skeptic a dry cow for $23. TH Cttuaitalotaatt, tllesarjr Wstllor in(. aivl In thai rn I wllluBa'r al MiUllf auction Ia. Aaoaaw flaaauaar, airrral rraJaala pT weatain antl waa liioktng amaringly Inno- waa. EJiloe.l la. tlreulalloo nnj rtoulslloa. WITH A FULL 00BP3 Or TEA0HERB will pause and consider the reasons we IkaUbUilll Molkal rulW. raceiiel a kllrr cent. Mr. Uruce clalmnl Ihe prlt liege of Islington ON SATURDAY, MAHCII 10th, Ihe st know IsJifeJ fyovnAiiii lrwipirt ol Iht bwuib. Aa a rllaU and raliuU Kino' Jfoiiiifufii. J. M. Krotl, furmetly of Ken- - hate for btliering that remarkable cure klx Ikat keka--l Ina etrrlei yrUnJar, KMIfiltl Miptttr, It ararehlng him, howerer, and he waa toon haa noauprtor Inlbla rouatry or la th world Mr. StolTonl I recovering from a set ere 1831,11 lluuajt-Ckjlklna IHW tllr llu4ll, KnUeal tklt UaUtslloa wUl acta tloord aria week' meeting bate been cflVcted by Ihe prayer of the tuiky, baa anJ KiUbpn Furulltirf , i uiieinravti. iiunu wx ea rr(Mt;tiv itu Mr. Solomon Nil, Jr., rewarded fur hi trvble by pulling forth ot ttieJs Kurvaua, Hiitt boarUa, larlkr ur a rifxrllaMat rlkllr bnlnael Koblawy and UormcnPi.lyfaray--totlUlb- at In 12S ad good ladles who are engaged in this noble spell of sickness. . Va, which tifiiikwia arait, vvuaiui iuit- - bllrbttbproprliy and morality of tb United t very low with fever, and not ripccled lo nil u -- Ma. O. II. sroiar, k kit aia.1 aaik a from Id pocket A derringer, lie waa al Staunton, Ar ajv, iSrint Matlrta IT8 KLKVBHTHSBeaiON, work. dltluna to the church. Statn. Itlaabl. bright tod a way, contains thn ! Ik aa a recover. If ant rroleJ Mrt, I will rot uUIlriu th sireogfiKAlUorUla, accordingly marched to the lock-up- , and tb moat rompUt auum&ry Our eilitru are now confident that liuslnesa Is brisk here in the lumWr mum day mjr HoiiM Iot, granttl u I on of ot lb (leorgla I the banner llrptbt Slate, ker inleriar. lie ttlta ailkal kl of th world, lb boat ilxraphlc and baa Wednesday, on the trial of the iue, Ida OMTHS-- realised lieyond their and stare trade: work and money plenty Ibsfiuual dtiraisV Ih ManbiJ, lb Ihhim U a lorai rorraponin7, inn tun nai aiort Mrer I totwlaa aa4 Ibat aloal IW tulvl May with It 2A'i,3M member. There weie their hopea will Tlrt ftrr roajua, a tjok rajow a a J roorta. faablon rDrta. TalnMai' vimN larferlliaa attorney demanded a colored Jury, which II III UhweJ la Hiarta II la almost for the Industrious. There Is great de- Kuutl(llajriulbt Lol aiM Wllf8UM A arnoua. apludld orlglBalavflal atorlaandatl 12.'.at laptlum lat year. The number of most sanguine mand for good hands on Ihe new nillot.I 4.0-.--I waa at ilc o'btalnrJ. The leallmotiy and lit rmral J. X, 4KAK.. tla, aour,i?iilujot for rblldrn,aoaM t 2ND M0KU1T IN HBIIBMIIEH, M.XT. a foregone conclusion lhat the U and N, rhuirhea I 2,To-- , ami of pator, l,0J0 ? mm m b itra. irrwiof from King' Mountain lo Liberty. roirraouaania, tprvchc lielng rumplclnl, they retired and I.or.tl. MITTf.'WK. railroad will build shop here in which Umak ltadllhllatb family rlrcl. and In A friend ha aenl $10,000 tn the Kip-HMr. John l.llol la luilliling a new raltubl to lhiuanof builnraa. lb Uromtb anon brought in a rerdict of Gfleen daya Mr. O. W Utll Society, I'blUdelphla, lo cir will lie built and repaired. Their house on North street luKhanlr and lb Uburvr (Saturday at Fubllcallnn Knn 11 Fun ALL TBS BiAHCHga OF A In Jail and $.10 fine, a pretty good rridence Ktrtbinropl property, on Main and full dnrtlpllTt wwlau ciiil!liitc a fund, the Income from which ronfideiirr grows out of the fact that offi luored tn the Frith a rood iitir.cn Mr. II. Maltlngly .Sou1. clrrulara nlll lwbrnl frMof (bars to any on on He will male that they were competent jurymen pllrAtUn Hutaavrtfitlon trma. poautB ball lcipfiidcd In helping new IliplUt cer of the road havebeen negotiating with Slull, from Campliell county, luiiglit of llb TH0R0UQH XK8UBI OOVKSE Ut Dally, 112, 8uady, 12, Wm.I, ki Til r croaainia in tuwn are In A fearful Shanka Itrother and J. W. Mc Mister for W. I . .Montgomery one Iran 01 iw acres (A MJlclnn, not a Urlak.) Till Ikfinorralic fount Committee met Kunday St boot to acinlre libraries orviuluw. It. without Drtiniuin. 11.01 r,n,titln. Where ArelheTmlcea u ais Any yoi wimiibs utir jrariy Mr COXTAUM at the office id Tin- - iNtrmon JnuitNAt. on Iter. t.aning llurruwa la thinking of ihelr bolloui land, lying Southwest of the of timbered land near llil- - place da)4laia. will ttMililil U aa aitra copy ol lb art Uoakt, uwatl aa on year, fr tu aar t4 Vkly Ikturltr-Joutn(tin thank nre due Mr. lUnjimlh Mnndir and waa ralltd lo order by Chair- dtlltrnng a lecture al the HOPS lU'Clir, MAMMIAUU', Houe depot, iimn which to build these alio. Slull bt well pleastM with our part of Ihe W Ji4. Addra rlr- - Jour aatH 1IAI.PEUAN,Ky 1IAMIELIUS man Tim W. lllgglna. The firt buaineaa here during the Krt week In April on the It la apparent lhat thla Is the part ol country. Saope for a club nf (write aiikrribera. I'on I'lnldtut MUBIO. THE VM.HQBA.Bm. UHAW. Ct Iouiilll, ARnniIiaiar4vnUiarUiDiratQ7aU wisdom on the patl of.. the railrotd, ai waa thr Klrrtion ol membera to fill yaran- - "Cunuueat of the Sa. I'rociedatogo-lo- . INQ AMD VAHtTlNB, Oil - Hull " ioliof. T XTV 1N i.ak aared by buying your tut or ii othkk UiiTaaa. The Ulowlniar nor sukmrrjiis sine our last cte in lb hotly raum-by resignation. ward Imploring Ihe I'rrahyterian ( burr 111 they IransiKirl all the timber wtlh which Hewing Machine from tleo, I). Weirrn. kill- , j. IUMount,UHrsn(efAIi; JEUEJTOTJ-JEVJI It. II. llronaugli, of Cob Orchard, waa . . a,..., P. . a lty. Dr. Talmage hatWen- - iun.tor of ihey build their rolling stock front the IreiMl a. iiu.ii n.j,...i ,, Sttl.tl , t..w L i ,. AUIlaaa)( thSt6marh. IlaweUtTilooJ, ion; LlTTl-I'ltwoKAI. Another one at unaidmoualy chovn in the place of J. W. iJr,KUaj.aadL'riiiifrtrfB.Nt mountains In Ijiniltlllejalio, the coal for J. K. Ilwttttl (I. Ik Irsntlarw, Klrkstllle, 111: the isroflkirn iaoernacievnurcn niriweit iCJWa triUiHatid CBtclvliy I a glrljndrame l'el llauilon'a. It Frt,uiit dprnlili,t harlag lan roniulllJ iciuaa totupiaiuta. TUlaM. and W. 1'. Walton tn thai of W. yeara. year 701 iuerah(,rere addeil, running the shops, And Aait,l 10.1 tulles IXllottlrrllna, llysllatlllle) Mrs. Hell Terrell, on lb thulrd Uuda brvlo(uf twlwDlBtf to th , Friday night. ai. irs y II, JJHIer. Wallon waa then choaen county SIOOO IN COLD. During fiom thl place to foiilsiille, it follows tvsrrensio., tiytuiet e iets-eyratal of ilrorif(j;pBir, drrd All but 01 on ronfeeiwi-CIU- i. 04eItafer, lleorfHown krtok blisnnon,Sl,eriiisn, Ky I wllllfa for lb npprabaoalon and lo Tultltw. Hire n Witt bt patd tor a rat thtr will not ir or 'A crncralliitrrcliinge of opinion Thr Truateea of the Chritllan Church oitfndrr Ir. Talmage' maoraleV?aiTil,uienibera that a great aatlng wonld l rcalired- - by Trias A, kl, fiooJe. Hstey. Tessa tr iv M wruisr s'.BOTtaotBi. b(lpi?r Or"TkUlalR liupurvvr mjtuivwiai w-rviw (ouftitn thru. Aiawsttt. rrtcnrsloay. Ho. sn tl riilsllirfklllftHs baraaoM Ibe'okl bulldlngaim Ibelr new waa had,on the la plma of promoting hare receited. DelurJia(owaby Ihe road in atnpping the timber andicoil Itlsla, bllley i'.-- ll , hy J, T W arson. Col lUaloniUW. 1 dmnfUt far l!f Bitirraandtry Aikronr the good of the aily, and thin on motion death and dlamiiwion, the prcent mem. at thla place, Insleid of transiorling ft all II. W Trikt.le, lulr terrell Paint I.uk Squire wm alwn. church lot for $M UV urn tbttu U(or M ArnolJ. fslniyra, the body adjourned lo meet in thla office at Iier1ilp I -.-'the way lo Ihe rily This, taken In con fc. B. Schooler, ksiwell H, r p I C taaaabaoluttandlrrettMlbttrurafftr Dn-irrJailkii. Mr. T. D. New land, Mo., kr I. N Amok), J. U. tsiler, kllllol.l, Tot- For full tjuUcuktn, u W Baaatl, A,, l)Vaiutaiausaa ua oropluu,UiaUsiku4 d 10 A. lounly (ourl Day in The meeting romliirled at the 1'iea. nerlioit with the fact that the K. C carewttca. our obliging jailer, rejiIceaoter Ihe adrent slyHr. T Ik klootgouicry II R llil.U.iia, Knot. MHa. U. it. TkakaUMiH anfjaaaitt sikd tim Ciarrtit. mmammm will Intersect Ihe I. and N at thla title, Tena.byJ. A. Woorei llillou A Jones, Jot. pril, when the time and manner of (limn- btttllan (liurih, by Itrra (lelou liout of a deputy. Dale of antral, March 4, All aWM MU r aVaKflt. ing a candidate for the Leghdatur will W and 1. H. McF.lroy, la progrraaing with place, leada ua lo Where lhat our IhiIIoui b. flraasats, kinlou, kliu Altlna IwlkJ, Usui . weight, 10 pound. laaitonta.lJ IU.batU k. land will be a solid Much of buildings ill let, III Henry MelJ, llsrul,t,nr, by I rlMell I IIAI A M.SKIlLAt K WlLKJAL'lf. determined upon. Ii, addition to the new- muili Intern t. Those who liar profe-wePER , IVa . Tuowsslk llural, AnJrew, W V. Ml, kjwretur mtt i at, Addra TiiKrontlnueil Itlnewof hla lfe rauwa ly elected number ther were prnvnl llf rtllabl ldkiir aTnfenpfajaa I afj taBjHiaJiaapBBj writing are Miwra Daly Ilurn.lJe, a few years, and that labor will lie furnish- kun. It. K. tlllaott, kuUnks ky IV K. lo.sk, J, N. Craig to break up hoiitekreping. Mim. II Ik Woo,I, Wm. ( lymer, J. A tu this Alcorn, Annie MtKiuney, l.uima ed Id hundred ol men, Mr. Property ia MV H.WsUer, AHtay, fanlel I pthrfnte, Annie VaAJManW. W tfWjUB HAMILTDHIAN ! He "ad" of the aale of Ida houwhold and (tlrrna.T. W. lllgglna and Hamuel J. l.'lil- already In demand Our Stanford men llreMltlllavTsiasit.'. V. WhrelJon, Mra. it. A Saulley, Mamte Clienault, Jenni McKIn klu hen furniture on Ihe llMi. sio., biy. Mr. lllggtn, aa Chairman of the iiy,MaylIrlui,:ilenWearen, Harney Craig, must treat ua very kindly, (or we will Ins cxilllerviic Uk, l. tl turner, fUllen fk r. Taylor Nets.la Illy, Ms., T1I1K llHill-HUCuuimlllre, will alao call a Jew Wearen, Mack lUmitry, 1 annle lloiil, corporate and run our llailla up Id thelr kytt.(i A Hw inai c.lcny la lo las located In Uurcl Henatorial frulllon will Trwliluit kytwls DuJJtrtr II. kt Harlan, roiUiuan s Tb ro!rltort'f lb A '. It, U meeting of lis member In Stanford, on Ih ataosl lb county, along the line of the Twni aaranon I. (ieo, Dunn, Herrey Helm hasten! line, thua prrrentlag their exten M1U: Mra. Nancy t'enn. Croawn, 11 . hy Carton, In lb town of llulto k kin-- , sion In this dlicrllon, al least, W. feun. I T rumJUfe, MllleJtetllle.r to Iw railed lleriula.lt. Why lu.t call it aauie day aa alure at 1 o'dock r. M Vlllf.llnrulnrtMiuly Ky MeKlnner. and i TkaJrswUi will lakt hWsst I Jit'istiyajAi,, Ii. tt audi ill U rrwlld lu lir Anuiew earxrsni, isiuim fsu, lleruhardt and ! dun wUh It? uivJef BUthotlly 4 a S4B Art sf Ik alfMBVtj, Cotton Milia We are glad lo know arvmarraat sViiafrMisru'ai Mill, - - ihtthsoUieryataW , I.AXIt.iroVK AMI tlle. kltaa Uiey A. Foley, hy lstuls II. Ilsiiiwy, lolalaluro. snj will Col. W. ). that the proposition of Mr. Malttngly to Dalton will hate a aadJIer'a ahoit soon llsuley Owsley, Utlsjlou Mrs. Lury t. kUsti. Hat Want to bk MmtaTfii. t dlalalerrsieul coniaslatlsswra llataoatrMs a ulrp The Art, kt, ' aold 10 D. X. l'reilt -J- ohn Ilradley la tu W'aahlngton making, it la build a cotton mill here In addition lo hi J. I Kngteman bought of William flowetael, Utterly Kout, t slestlll, Mo., ly J IJ41T U ttoul, K. S. Ilooek, W tinttburf, Wiu. llyuier. Ihe Melt- - woolen mill, la auumlng tangible ahatx stock bogs at 4 cents lUughman a nice gelding for $73. cahii on aalJ. a Kraonal atipllcalton for lllshlinJ. A. K lienor, Jackson lilrens, M., Iby Th WHtarai Hotel ra Sunday-Schoo- l (leorg 1). Hopper told to Tom Wood be II offer to put Ida machinery, houaea and At Providence all) The ranMlailon. We lncrely lrul that Llvlr Celt, Jut0loalllhM Aat Jt Motel, anj will keep OnII BttBlAsnr oat (lrteia Hi! J. W. Gltens, W. kl. Fair, Fliutr II. Iluk-U- t. !?I2.50 to Insure ground tnlu a Joint "lock company At G fat lioga at 4 1 cents. convene hereafter at 3 Instead of S) o'dk. will get It. kUlcaJ, McKlaatyi J. M Lucas UiJ till-enrayabt nlwa (htltJ, tin fcraUsne toitirsoollli-eljrv- V . A. lkifle -- W. A. Hail aold lo Darld N l'rewilt Stanford uiendwra, please lake notice. Thus. I'rlre, kit. Ksleui.hy lUt Yeuclallcs, Qfrttrt, t'UU ittd Krull, lkiirriiiA, lhbutk.fe. 1bUlMulllul to,takt.kM KoTTiiBMAN.Mr.J.ll.liilgU,oflhla $H,000,lheoilglnalcot of which watorer 4.ul Twal'ask irtu.,.s, k 'xsl -- Mr. D. X. l'rewilt bad a fine filly lo II. W Atklork.T- - llatkerforJ, rvjlon K 1'srrl.h, Uaird avrrtlt I1 httoda b(;bt and mmMra aa a nice milk cow for $.10. ajsei rilaea, otrk tl.HD. iuiMhatl a any Ltvrtv y Amrlrtt II baa AaJwIllnty taaktortll hluJs ot loualry I'rt-J- tlrsl-ssV. 1'. Itriruler, DuJJertM-IIUrlst'resk- , county, la not lb llrlght that had A aid! $."0,000, and then on an additional rapilal Iv1 HUW, hwi hklos. Ion, As. Tbiec good Milk Cos", with caltrs, run against A anag and kill herself a few Uwls fowell, 'o.nlr rVyloa, J. K. lliu(hiusa, wad iXnm lb Irwk Hla air waajubn UoT'iaa, leav M to I t.k IMtot, to, k ,ot 4, by aiibcilplion, to build fiUrs of $0,000, Y, D, OJ IUU, by lj.,aui lM HurI);u. Ii hjJI with (liluiea In (larrard. Weuakelhl Urd ktrat daid V.III toaille fliiakluaaisll, tinrCask Prises, tsrb OmJ day a ago. 11 bad refused $223 for her. mill capable of working lo adrantag for aalr. I'orratu Held. tK MuastroJ tWti rtlsao, swrk llualontllle, Mrs. I. W Jones.t I'. Trlhune,a Isfvia, l r llupuflkHl Ulariina, Jj) dam by tUtttto by a not to air Mr. Itrtghl a lliouand llailultaasl lUrtfcawl SJ J si til I Jkd f I tAwallrlllkA. bt Mmh klrtHsoJioHuh lilies, so. k ta M) lo 100 band. D. X. l'rewilt Uiught on Court day 0.1 II. Ilrure, K. A Burlon. tuntille, ky IVIir Usui-lofrom Mr. Matllngly, Matrimonial ferer haa broken out In a ll by tin not U tie luiallort; AutrtliN hllt-- a 4lhJaoi Kail a day tn regard tn II. Uwlslkss.il, y 11 llrjfcJ H. feunyMkee, ilairir. HiatlllH MIIMiI1IH lit Ann. yj Afilw flo kino Piano f t bead. who boa bad yeara of eiwrlenc tn cotton uiwnlaln Sheep at $1.10 malignant form. It la retried that w ar (tu HasiUiaaa Bllr.r To hrt iHlrd hlllHttett ClbdiaOld Maid uf IWOfcbs, Kloas Mounlala; J. II llslrhluia, llet II. II 811 Ai: Tugnt. Th riaiupl of putting ami woolen mill, la confident that he ran -- U I. Dawson sold to It. II. A K 1', lo hat ttklsky, t wrddioga In this vicinity toon, lUsxan, 11.(1 Collier, t rah On harJ, Joha K. Hal. Itr iMnsiit-- i tTfrai rmgir tuutlosss liUHooil-ouim Aiayrkia, hi .,.., llssoslBlsiopsiio,laU daw NfU. U out water inapt Irrea along thaldwalk clear from 13 to 0 per cent, on lb cotton Woods 2 steers weighing 1,0:17 each at 4) A.UUU TherIaa gentleman In thlavlcinlly UrJ, Mlat Allot Boot, J W. Iluan, Mrs, Waa. Il bhatk, NibWhiles by10th Jsul kr klufbaiujoib waui ba Tiuo tailor's llsl'sul. kilt MooJitJlo.k Plls ossk s, I1.WU A. tlkln.J In front of their reeldeiicr aet by Mra. I'ully manufactured. One pound of cotton at a cenla. fM Potto lis VeloM, 0- 9oM) barrel of roi 11 to tell, and bla ,ao,llrjasl.lllW; BoU. KluuslrJ.T Illh Usui ky Hurreli. IioiioiIikI Knrulusl ink ' M. reX.Pr.PT', KBWAKB that baa raw kosM KotstlBHa tootiy Whisky,! by lauporlej ittooisu. boo ot and fancier bogs ar so poor Ibat they bat lo lean J Wslker.J W. llllriu, K. U. Ijiak, Hsu )wo, Jam llsuiillutnslBl Jsui, Msry, llauiiMy. not 4.koil Alcorn ami Mr. Wm. Craig will, we hope, coat of lOcenta will make, be aaya, three I lorse and Jack fkasra, so boast Huso by Notloo. by W tun aljw eskey,kle.heti Owsley, ' II J. Lure, Jsik i4l lsliialou,wboiw rctMitaiiuo Is wusklwlJo ba) generally followed,, (J)(, akady alrtela yard of ytllow (loth, which wholenale at than ever at Tiik Utiiikik Jouiixai. Job lip igaluat the fence to grunt. hoilk tasllomerUMalaaaJ TklaJ Iflr.ele, kla HonJreJ fisntry, Lancasleri Wni. Itiirlon, klljali nissitu U dsua by llaiultluolaa, Ibe sire M aluMftol sue add greatly In th Wanly aa well aa the about "1 ccnla. Th clone proilmlty to OlEc. C. Kuglrman haa been ipuile more, 8. 1, hlnilolon, W II. Mur.ky, 11. VT. (Iru. leMsful Irollerx IW8,8&0 MisaM. AMOUjW I will also aiaiul a KENTUCKY BANVILLE. comfort of a towijj John Ilolmta' Victoria Kill dropi.! siik Mr. M. M. Vaughn, fur tomelliue Iry, W. U. Usney.J L. Dswaoa.Kr , IWnJ llolls. Ihorosl mime, lb dlrrclncM of lb raila rUw. Mrs. II. llelw. I. M. Ilrure. Ua. W. Twktr. 1 JACK roan bull ralf by Id Duke of OneIJa, past A auOerr wild 1'aralysls, haa had NO. jAH.ru, Jcjbu Mulltna, who attempted road rout by which th cotton m uat come, A ml Wilt, III Ifnailtrt, Hkol TlrkllB, a hytt. U. took, lr, T.Ik Muul(uioery, Joka I'Mh. retails, and la confined ta bla bed again. llstloarerbllyraitl toy ruouit wllhallof Ik lo kill 'Siulre l'ikr, in Itcrkraall county, th beallbfulneM ol the hation and other 6n Iheolh. lUt i. M. Iwure, Mrs. I. rVsakry, lllrclo Krlley. At , UMslHuluiproatiueklB, I aow kst lot 4Vo.k, H. V, llruce nj Jesse Hucn Uiii(lil In bt ntasW kj AViwIilsues not, Ait orrrrttr of a (ouuly road waa YV M. Uuua, Miss kuily I". lioJJorsr, UlrkalJ berauM li IHAiUniiuIry Into Id' Illegal advantage, rombln In iuaur A rich relist ..! Malll, UM, Postal Xoo.J sost,r $H1tIVMlKK. ritifnt llaHfri In fVMrnJ 100 fancy tUswbM slieepat Biieil itelly lieart a short llui aju for uot CUUu,T W. VUrktrky, Uula Wilhers, lUUil pwia. ttsarrlr Irattio In wldalyt waa brouglit her for aaf turn on lhalateatuieiit. There ha already bliellf Ol Ik lletaWy, Ilea tuUule J Ik Milkuy, lulnla alfetkaf tul tmLtmyttMjMUtMLtmMiitJtMMtiU liatlny; tltas road wuilnl. Tlier ar aUiul I'orler.F. TtTTT. lT.'laiM liraatrurnlahMl tt Wlrn taut tlsil Iwatlll. don't Ull lot ill akJ see krepIngaTuraJaliyMieiill W. II. A I. been prombwd auhacrlptlona lo lb amount L$10 to $U T haaj ' V. t Clou. I. II Alone, (' M Puuontioort. J C leiuoMioiiy, !tMitbl ralr. but to. JobD M. Hall kaa encsfl In tlila half a iloteii WiitttA utm. lOHnstisr, a,y, blight and Mr. Joplin lie la one of lb of $2VU0, ""I !'" Iitdlcaliona are aaaur-inttuiia; writ Ikat trayel lit II. .u. I t. Fl.U.lbl. ( II lho hsstre. John I awr wortspuuriuiiiy Ua M,. .. ylrlnllr 400 lauilit for Julie Jrlirrry at road frrijucully wbo oujht lo Ltlp pay Hie Vllkl. IVIer Kliaub, u, I ' Itvauctosn Umls. MMI I, tl er.aau, KHWAHUM that Ihe nereiiy auni will be ratted hildeil lookluj riter at bare aero for k.r,Ky. w, wsahw,! ws , aiu mmiiiio, jo JTBVwwNjra.ytVaja; E.H. ULNNirur. lioe. Ftraoaa, .laslurj t renla ier OUuJ in a rbort lltu. many a day. Sfiq interior Journal. IT J&'XTtlSZ&i: in Ilif Tnr .Vliile t omJiinallon .ltrcJ Sellera her lal night In a n. ai tut inc' arlti Lr'rtF." 3- Keeil KY. l.nilt iil.v lt tn as, WALltPAEKR ! - Tint: rtitit. Tcrntml . apa WALL j.PER! WALL PAPEIlT A.T !?' !"! mceobi5&x& jEzL. mmw -- y lll Tr " ce C?. bsItOTj - XJ lu fiflGrohni Tmilor. Juit Iit MAIN STREET, STANFORD, KY. It nnitlj Spring and Summer Suitings and Pants Patterns, lwetl Prlrf. lhl lurr Cutting and Repairing Neatly and rorrinilrnt kt, rlr r,l IIl'OlirH tt " nm lilts. LINCOLN CIRCUIT j I)rrrnu au I.im toataleun LANE & BODLEY CO., PLANTATION t.lel nrnr wir MACHINERY, STEAK ENGINES, rollu t Files and Fistula rURF.II. hr LINCOLN CIRCUIT aullt. Dr.T.W. THORNTON Co. rill. nntnis. ia IIm ' Lkjatura or Cauttc i)1ilIiii il H, nrr !!' mints. "Ing nr noici: itrooi! t::t lr a,l blaa THE NEWSPAPER nuwhy, uir ral.t ttiU niU lua n.r, ii.uix. GOttll, emiAi'i Stanford Female College, Weekly lit.((t(ud ry. l're. tt jut ereael r, it al. tai, k fllr na slrl. j HOP BITTERS. u Ir, (ra lit Ijt ,!, klt, .,,. THEY OUXtia TEUMH MOIlEKATi:. r, rrd tnif m Tb ibr u'ibl, u, SPLENDID MULE JAOK FOR 8ALEI NORTON I. Illle t J. T. HARRIS, roRAroLLDUwma ' ti.l choi: ei r Commercial Hotel, $8 Season, Miat and Provision Store a t. iff a'ft ' Oi'KIIU'ijVr rrsa(ltarail lrr.tiV,", !. 0.. rald "! .o lN ,. lb'a '. lo KxcoIhioi Art l.ooms - blllclirtr J1! . rr kk rtl.tl. TINOTO tt lhssilsrat if A' .rfttwlrl tt lr tall lMUkst,sl. ets. lt. Xr aV 1ataw.ws.kwailMW.fc..tjy f fc p1 'feat mrf ' .y 4 1 t f I JrrVmm HtNHKTi, 'MrifiM Crttru but he down I Understand rot II io ritlhl. ' Af77rifi This deliclout and wl.ole.ome vege- coxnr.Nsnn timk. J therl.o Jirown very veil, could but uuknUnit n.e " ami the KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. Ma rM.um Ir irr 'dwrdn, the actor at tlieitaWo ij mortflareelv used amUiuore' lolri i...ian rli ..Ai.l.i.,lMi.in .i.ir mniher't knee. ,alJ -" " O Klkt' Dill tin Monday evening, ru ho thoroughly appreciated every year. lUrm.iVmMtnL- riSr M ..-- H "Irft mc advise yoif, my cliiM,' stood in the midst of a group of ac- and no ono the 'M.i r onAs nocTK. HOOT V who has A carden ihould rufofl, htm . - ntsr UrJ. 4 toflly itroking her taid the mother, Wlit,rlik. . ..l.0O tors, with a tamlnhlch In ono hand fall to ralsa It, A correspondent of March it,ISSl FrWar Mmtoff, . Mmrlfsl, llrst ami (Jnlclfit Konlc tn .'J.'.ev riMr,... daughter's glorty hair. "I ve pflncit nnd a glass of l'Jper Hetdsick in tho tno ,.,,, ,. iMf icie ..ijfoiiei Famtr gives somo Btu. in Cincinnati, Eastern and Wrst RAILROAD LINE. through it all, nnd I ll'tcfl you ne-creWjdlc WMISh other. Instructions for raising It. He tays i Bravn 8v(r AHTHHVVaft SljiHHIKI PKOVl.K C0V. almost certain to bo .K4H llm- - Wrtllt.M There is ern A Serlhfrn Cities. knew him well, and a good fel- "Celery domandt tho very bcit ol K.II.Ibo. Urirl lit VtM(ir. "I IN HJP TRAiKsiioiKaxoriTn. sRaaWar ;H5flC'Oasi.ss rm, tf fctffvi, turn per, MattSa a ficrr (cm r but Hint mistake? come up lietwcen husband low he win. Under tho non do plume land, tho best of skill and moro labor trtthlVtsfof Om!, ta Mr I li 11 Crt. MHrml and wife, and often word nro spoken of 'Arlcmas Ward,' ho wrote marworst fault. H'hcn was, a great than any other crop. Tho land ihould Jiaaar t, ISSI. 1IATK8 ALWAYS TUB LOWEST. tl. Sal. that are regretted n moment after- many good ried Marsh Ifunfcr, people taM: things not, as people have been tilled with somo hoed crops ISO: I .A. 3EC I DE3 I DR. ! liiUrlltr. l.f.rUrkaHm4. IM ara ward. Hut, my child, such a word Imagine, nn tho ,N rural, Mr ftarmi.thovMfr. his life a warm "She'll make " laaraatar.. lino " tpur of the moment, for at Icatt two years previously, and UrJ IJrlanfaa II s ,..199 Bnllrr. can do no harm, if repented of and n mllawt for him." " Ctik O!tkir0 II M pa1 but by hard work. Kvcrvthlng be If In thtso years it has been very Frv IN KrFKUr KOVEMDKn tlit. IMCi ...ltt (hff--. II.IIN " SunjrJlZl NTAM'ltl, KV.. ISO made. If you Iiavo ssiii confession i Hut Mattio thouglit dincrcntljr. tkalkr ciia wroto was tho mult of slow, deliber hMvlly manured and kept free from IIr.rrU4. IIS " l.rr. RifkiwiM S.M 1. ' feel I:1M. Ixnrnla Jaalli husband'a .. IM WbMi,liU. . .IIJMe fom IU . m, IT n. h. what n Iriumpli nnylldng to wound you lnfllllill "I'll thow thenj ate lalior." weed, It will bo In pretty good order. Hit lis II.M HAS HAD 10 YEARS' EXPERIENCE UllIlMmill. M, IlllrtM. IMI.H. " Mltrkrllalmrc. tl9tlt Sill SKI " urimnfm, ings, no matter what ho may iiavoMiu - Wrw Ultra kvo wM weW. I'll tench them I'm AflHs BravaSiiprlll I havo heard that ho was not the Celery requires heavy manuring to do Wilts tutu - hrll 1 3U a. m. n "ml Wp, M. tMn.ll. Ar. lbanoa Jaamaa, to Vou, co nnd tell Mm you nro torry, SIS StS.M. not the vIxcr I Kern.'' original Artcmns Ward," remarked "oil, and It is a good plan to plough , IU 1 Sr,J rWIn ronUmt tk.l ks In Ik rinklmassliM. ISSsn. I i a. " tiariaam jaacllaa, Cliirlmmll. n.l..lli..M...n ll Tlio and I know lint ho will not only r.lmmik II m. Anil to ho married Mm. (leorgo Clarke, tho comedian. iu coarso manuro In tho fall asn prepa 6(ofllihouMfnmnw.A iMrM.mte sVl,N. (.Upn. Ait. lilnMtlll Dim. but will lieg you to torgivo M.;..UKSISrM. .. .ldo ITmr,r.fUlr3tl van (an: r.NTim: satiskactiox. wcAHbc was a very tilcas&nt allsir TRAINS (WINO SOUTH. "That's just what I was going to ration for the crop j but, If the manuro UrJ .. I.tf. will t Itnlikl. VTIiMt.vklt4.fl.0H9l.lt " SMpn. lilamlkllSim. wiething to look. back- to at lung as him. The hour that follows tsy," continued Mr. Ulwnrdn. "Now, mutt lio applied in spring, It thouw Wkl,rl.tl.OJu lit a . ....v nri rial? iv M. l:Mpa. lUl.iIC-SIK im, Kt.aaa. Ji.air; S.IMI tweet more delightful llwyi tho hour of your boys, .. Me rullrr.-- . r.rtllSHara. lllpa, StSlw. IJflV Mxrml, .Mattio teoM vrjr ling, weihling. Ict mo tell you of a litllo jou may not believe mc, but I bo worked very lino and mixed with fHII.. yijltllUHMia. AILKIMIlSOK -. IJ4l!S IV Cofff... M Walts tjfrits. Iter la bar Air. UilafUnll uara. onco met tho original Artemas. Ill the toil thoroughly, In tho rows whero (Ufa, Ittta. l.r.Ual.illla mm, ..M SI ts a B M l.r.Mialbrl SWIM, ...ilis irr iisnt tin. In my own life." . Oak ortkar. " lllikamml Ml a M. tsi IIOOIM . (Mj cvtr UemhW Mil shorn In the inilanco you how it happened. tell iot LADIES' AND MEN'S WORK DONE, Here tho celery is to bo grown. It i some- Wklusatir. iill4e lmgiicu SiJ - ivh.iii i. a., An her mother tpb! of ono of those ,M,ai , s a ai, Ar. Il.laploa.... ... La. taaraairr.. Ijk txlitraat light,- lOtpiu. waiter open another bottle of wtee 1" time grown as n second crop, after .. ...... IU "J Ar. KlrkraaaJ.. littlo family differences that ccmo up cm tun muiCToBT. twk tteri, Md'her soft chcekt nrre lrrlf kt trilai Inta lila(tan 1 30 p. at. Tan- The Utile group drew closer ts the onions, early cabbage, lettuce, potatoes worthy couples. Tho ira. laurxi.ra iiara.rh roaarciiaf Bwa4M la tetter llmhw as the leaned between no many ITIXMAN I'AI.AOi: (1AHN speaker. IW.i iiU.lillllM.I MiriTtllatls a. aa.M.kirlli or greens. Tho land is mado ready lYlKTIlOliHT.WlUTII -- TUT. J. 8. Pins It Rvralriag Nratlr unit rreupllr Die I'arbr tooth pleasantly that it Ikilr iar bate l4llactaal a. if lit. sVrftfMfftr7BuntlTfetiKBinkiilii.fht. trustingly on Ihe strong arm of the story ended to Skirt. HaMIr, Maatfaam "Iow for my ttory' rlaaill. ft. Tkli trala aalr aaikta Ivailapa, Ta Mra.fkll. Ijllla Mi Urkaaa. tarly a potsiblo in April, and when FYifrr Mcrlifafi 1 hanU j B(iit, sHmtJay ttchool Ihe breast of tho laa rlehel. ItlcM Low, . latMnl U Marf IkailtaMlatlnllMl .ltT Mbit, lb stalwart mm who km to bo her ed the tempest In llaa. AmualBrtiil ,ltMllaiaa- fkilr tar tratri "It is his ttory 7 ' Interrupted John raised with onions every sixth or at W) A. M. J. H. Ptjcifif tmufatro oilklil Wouan'aMlaklouar; heart-sicdaughter, apan S aaatrafar It at IS llatlaaitl guard ted guide through life. T. Itaymond. TAKK NOTIOH I k a. Ckilri ara au.la lata roubrtiMa raarlwa, EMIQRANTS, seventh row Is sown with celery nt PHOtiif innfi woniii, ai ochttt. Mt. T, T. llM,11fMt. After the ttory was done, Mattio krtTaariarr.t aihllilartl aatlll a. m ,lliai The hoeejmooB xu rich with the "Now, see here, JofaD, don't bo so the tame timo as tho onion seed Is Tkti raata U artr avoMimr aairi mii. AITIST -- lUr J. M, Hiitk, littler. KrtvkM kneeled, ratine her tired head HraJ br lain iaj tlaia M,trr. Tfrrf flail! ! ffruttlt KutWaf t. ttaornlaiai .! life to the still pltamrta tf sevr Mtfi fresh, " aaid Ldwards. "It wm a sown. At celery seed Is vcry'tmall B AmHewonJ MfiiB( tctt wrurtftxiir SOU MIIm MaHaat U Ta.aa, IHRNHTflW, tftti, iTHTtr .A.MU ..All, mother lira fBM. A Til. Aft.. l.latM, tumm, KurtJiy tekwMl IN a, u. lUK.lUrrv, humble pair, Wf the iimo"sooicame on her mother's knee. Ilcr number of years ago that I was ttago it takes a good deal of preparation to n ' r i htsu rm a. CIIA4. A.IUSLLTT, lira. Tni.tW Alt Tina Mark aaltlrr laj ritra loarr Hi kr nr In tilenco for t STANFORD, KY. (.laloa, J. Mkrf raata. Illiakntka when the bride amtft leave the olj stroked her glottsy hair manager of a theater la St, Louis. I mako tho land fino enough to insure tf quarter of nn hour, but iMitttiea V rrj I4IIM inir, ITTtHBIfltJIiJ r.w. Jt- - tMIKM roof tree far the uatried realities of CftRlvrrSlafaHraantavB.TrraMiaJSSaalSI QUICKEST, CHKAl'IMT AMI HKST had long known Arlcmas Ward-kn- own its germination. ini hint nJ Thlrtl lrd's Jf t, PtttvUf Ikhool dUDrrrr.Aalr.ll.lllltirrAtl'otil.aJ.UilH Hudilenly the home of her own. Thi win the first thoughts wero busy. t. ttaa. nvTrrtinrv, nujUTinis'intrPi. him iatimately. We had IUUlaillroi.li a atlaawrl. As weeds of all sorts grow so very RuCQni J'' ' " Mial. " Irra Ia4lana, l.aa. Mrbnaka. lUaraikr,Kaaata, llllaoli, Altiaau. tmvieft borne trow, took; her child into tier arms many larks together; had been turn much faster than celery, many garden liutUTKUIAN. WUITII.UT.T.K.JhMT Thratrlral Manaan ami all rniuyrnM an la sorriw the tml of (lair W. L roft mtar Hular rVbool 11 M. Uali aa4 Kail. rkiaca ta and wrapped it close in her thawl, and Ku(ttyistlMi4HlottL I'.f lafata.lUa. Wat TklM. lata. KMk.Sl.-aaUittfi Vttjtt Mflltitjtn fontKtl lhl UU haiMlvtaM nvI Halt; bkk la pro iwwfMTtl arm motherbut it km fleeting, for ! km ed out of tho tame hotel together, and era prefer to start their celery under nfunrway nif an. lr JJiT ' lo IhlaraJa, aa lilaraal SUIra ta IfaaUa. CAimiAMES&MJGfllKS. Inia, Ar, aJIrna C r. ATkHHtE, io the .exekemeet of "aetliegup' prepared to go, I thought I knew pretty well who a - N Iulr, tlaal. raa, Alt , about April lit. For this 1)UrnVTKRMN,NOItTlI "Where nre you going, my chiMf" litinJtjfl, htoritil Laalitllk) r. llrr.J. Aatiioar, Afaal, In the white cottage on booeekeeMBg Arlcmas Want was. Well, on the purpose very little heat is required, bum una. RliaaarA, Kf. MOST asked her mother. 'Squire IWrwklwn's him,, tho little ovrnlng I speak of, as I was not In but care must bo taken to keep tho itTli rk. til kdavtl horn iiailr nitxlst. (itallr "To make my confession," answer srWwaJUroWtf.',,''Mt tho Crtt play, I strolled up tho street bed moist, and tho liest war to do sptCMnairtf. jlJJr.TftrKACit.Auxiiotf.MaltM' GINCINMATI SaUTHERNRJL la lb Wtti. U iQi tne ed Mattie, through her tears. rntnwitioata. llti It km very funny, sad Mirth to to nrtfaiU olhrr ai'tHiiunaam art Mt, atJ la this is to spread over it a pleco of olJ mt ttacr rtmaMii m a "Heaven Mess vonl" said her "See 1 friend," remarked one of his l8giag (burlap), which must bo re TIME TABLK. just they twa tat dawn to the little mother. lAURMMNd T1IK FKST IUtN nr.Tlll hearer. moved as soon as tho seeds begin to Mlit4lniwllUI,Urlnolii una Uttrrl When Marth Hunter came homo imlf Centre Door Fancy Chamber, a For-esnew table aad ate the lead prefer "Kxactly; that's it, I tat at a ta sprout. Tho plants can bo taken mim iiMPMttiwiiif ptimi that night n pretty tceno met his viow, bio Mountain Fan, Kitchen with IN EFFECT MARCH 8th, 1880. ed br Mftttie'i own hands. . . IU (Volt. looking around tho saloon, when from this bed and set out in the field O.STIir.CAIt Fractical Door and Window, a llk MLIK luilnff iWiMtt a raittMnklp EmytUag km new aad strangely Tho firo was burning brightly ou tho my eye fell on a face that struck mo In May, when tho soil is moist altera I)KUVKKU. IIMLMI lam la a Street and a Practical air ralroa wltk allrfTinlaaaif TKAIXS hearth, and lieloro it stood Matli?, rUarafsrk latav !lias?. T. t. n.wn.vs. r ia larsi MftiefUl a4 ajaallif. ('artl sweeLy EwtlUag went, iwu jccly , beiiig familiar." Bridge and Mountain Fats. rain. If It is required to clear up n lt?,ArM4 tr4?f,aitJ rrHilrfi4o ttt la dressed in n neat calico wrapper with ai rKaTT Ttr all ptniirH aMBiior. mifraa a rail at "Probably Imrrowed money of plcco f lottuce, or greens or other STATIOKS. raaia w Mall Mall tlaaJaKtaalwrkl, Kf la.iarrai telega earlhKV&l'' change. Tho snowy collar and culls, and ft rcarlct hint some timo or other t" said (leorgo early HM, liAKJHKHTT. crop in June, and then plant bow of ribbon nt her throat, llaky Lra, ritatliaaaf a !.... l Clarke. , nayra celery, tho plants will need to be tat on his pallet before tho fire, crowKM M till, It ' t "No Interruptions until tho act is picked out from the seed bed in May AnJ roMtWt.llr lmiiia: llsmmaart aim Inr luJ!, Ulaa4 (JlrralAMI).. T IS ami beating the llnor with ManfVprn vlllHLr iMkvtaat lbs? i: A TIKIll.NK klianl theMMoa flattie . Mat .IkVbeaJaclio ing lustily, IM i RJtKAK.-fiAMendod. Tho moro I looked at the into a plant lcd at about three inches UaJ II 41 OatnVanuUa Is tba ONLY reliable Worm Kilw rwal II It artd thesiif iW at firo n tin rattle. faco the moro I became convinced that apart, whero they can stand till June, fWajwift Ml ler that la ploasant to tako. Suppe r was on tho table, and tho Town Is in Easy & Close Access n'etoek. Mattte t rfcd- to" get It ready, II H Iaaa (IMaarrL I had teen it somewhere. It was that or even July, before transplanting to Mrklaaar -tea was steaming on the hearth, EflHUNE & VANABSDjILL! Ixxllla J.atika I .. Fjrh tlilrotsUUAflcfcil snlnt rf pir Ksirtljut. middle-agebat IWrMdTt1ri7-nti'Wfe"Aim- . of a iu " u man. with burntido the field. Tho moro celery is trans- Inc. H.ka a Itiatlllfi IiaallllaL.. UiJMIr Mtlof inthlrMinik-swIil- f h art? tit rail ofrserL tUnoa. ana cd the bread. Then the looked at Alarth was coM, mil such a scene whiskers minus tho mustache. HarraJ.kara JaartLa. 4 . i IS t-M Sud planted, however, tho moro likely it Mrbrmkallv ruutuutJtl ai U be(4 la vctWti mIroitifanlra awlk ltsl.MTifisita wtik irl-(IIllrk lUklra 1 tttwarmed him. Ho went straight to the eWk, an.1 taw that it ha! ttnpiel, Xkkalai.illa denly I remembered It; I had seen is to go to seed, instead of growing A Tkti irr(aratlon In nvmieiill la lk IStWlr III" III I II V. 1. AVAITO, Miuinger. latluwa . AllkaaU.llti.latJ N. IU, IM will. I he trMlrl rnntttlcnrt, anl a ar Mif ntn aad tenkin&,9HLatrth4 door sliemw tho pallet nnd commenced a romp tho faro in ono of Artemas Want's good stool. S at tlaarfaataa ru Tlanl ttntitvUI tarrt wllh lh rrratrmt asful. lll,.alUaa U with tho baby. Matlio went and lion hf all wbo dnlre a wi ao.1 nluU www til -- si ' Mfh; waltaa. liooks. I called the barkeeper over. 1881. Celery is planted in rows seven or MfHlklflsN Near Depot, - Stanferd, Ky. Arr. (la.l.a.11 l w - II M knelt there, too, determined to make UUaariVailflrrnMMRattsMMIMInMl wnllH "la Hipper reaily, he aked, and 'Who is that man there V I asked." eight feet apart, and ono foot between nal nrlnrf iWjk unliM aa la Utiirt il intlsnt ru confession, but the did not know cacy fet mII.i rr!t, TBilNH Harper's Magazine I the bkirted oa liry her " 'That man. Why that's ArtcruM tho plants tn tho row. The old plan front anal lelsliriOUi ji larailrrlj- vltboul Mn rir TntrUltlt aikl Maaaniioiiks. -how to commence. It was very easy all of tlincf rvuu tnUiaHr, aal badjtbeir firtt quarrel. CVirx Ward,'" he said. -- WKKHI'Asetting the plants In trenches is not Ualwnlulrlr itrtaU In 11 a all klttJ af Uutus BTAT1UXS- Mall of II.I.TJaa?33A,JEI3. Mill t3 think of beforehand, )mt when the iMi BuauD artUM. Flam. Arraaa'a " 'Artemas Ward, lie Mowed,' was practiced now; tho plants are set on irtNai roniiirai rat na lsi th imwt la au, iiii ttm all fimc camo sho was loet. Thcro was t akj Iran Ika ita.lilactk Ibualis atlour ajTittalstiYluarti How sorry It ,nmlo I ha poor little s as Lra narlaaatl 1.. man rjurallanil pulal at htv- - lrtlt.lr preiUa Ik.l otMbc la my reply. level land and need frequent hoeing raaa whenevrf fail Io ri ulbforlieM. ' I II -- IM -w.haa General Assortment Store ' an awkward pause; then both spoke ' KOBMWl!' ' rump ,im.-u- B .. .. II II " SM loaff " 'It is Artemas Ward, persisted and hand weeding until the final rrrlatrit its.10 itMiStttirirwiiaiaatlaitil at 4 tvnia If IlklarmlBatatraaa Ivatk far a paUW HW.ij, I (Irartalawa ahtiii'k. ii:ri.it II. la iwMlina aul wn as rorlajail Ikil HMH in n " It at once: lAMiHll4 Kf, lwiaal Bat Manh looked tuUen, and went . .... " J IS ii lllaitaa t the barkeeper. aawi u .TNT. raapaif ai tiararr a Mvaiair." banking up, which is done about two AfhlirrrMilauall if4taUlil aur lark llh N kkaTailllM II It aa. r i7 "Mattie, 1'vo been " .tilliaa, Jr. 8cl.HaSlantor.I LyCuvsAiiTArKiaT. ofl withetit kkelng her. They never s ts Ilia tukif s. iz ai krlhBMwlMliw-a- t lUroalreUararoalrlaubnl " 'Now, tee here, Tom, I said to or three weeks beforo it is wanted for H.rraJ.lHtigiaBtllaai I II II Iu "Marth, I'm torry " aulkaniaj artlallaf SjirrarMl Atarrlra. aklla talked that Quarrel oyer, simply l act iqailiia him, 'You can't play that on me, you uso or the market. Thus, if wanted Ika ldaririrac at II. ahlikrrt kai laaJa I If - I w Their cjes met, and each taw tho laaillla JBBrtlaaaMwM. Ika drairtvaf larMlaorauiklf raarrmal vtlh they wero both too proud to Mcllaaar kuow. I happen to know Artemas lor uso in September, tho weather laapuMW, vktaiBrir aaraurt larnlirr. III" 1M IXafU (Itmmrr) ,, brMV')!t mbjeei? After' that, tenderness In thoso of tho other; all Ward very well, indeed." aj . being warm, tho celery will blanch in 'S was now told In an instant. Doth i'i:nioiii(-.iHII rw.l Bf.u4 quarreH eawe eftener anJ otuicr. Caaitarlaa... "That's Artemas Ward; Iwt you a ten days after tho last banking. In I It " WlBflllbfHabll VMUkritlr Urlta m a IriiL . fkllaaaJ- - ... ftliO aal Ill They did not mean to quarrel, but mado their confession. IUrri MlfiilBr, ana Jrar. . iroMitw ibrai couJ bamlaa aaJ lb Imi Korlaawl. (SWaarr) drink,' he replied. I knew what I October, when the weather Is colder, I .... 4M fwtJa. Ilirr'i Wc.lr,ttfcrrrar. Jlarxh opened his arms and Mattie I p.l"lllj- STANFORD. KY. eeewhow angry words woahl cowo up. was about, si I took it. . Ill II -liorra 400 lurprri Uliar, mm Trar. il will take two or three weeks." Arr. (Billiaaa,,!!. . Ill at TkaTllllt.EllotapiiUlcallou, on jrar ArW'awbile a littlo boy came to fell sobbing on his breast, while baby ISM OroceriM, queried Colonel Scl The drink CoafectioBerlet. Frulti, TOO Abj- TWO alra naiaaJ, aaa irar ... .w From that Tho following interesting incident aMral Millaaa. their hettMfcoM, nod it teemed for a looked on in amazement. lers Itaymond. E. H. HURNSIDE, - I'ropr. Hirvr'auBS IVule.aM rrar.MM - I M Metti, Flour, Heftl, Htti, dpi, Ill IInimI. allk aU JIt!m Hbm t tk. were tho happiest of couples. Is reported as having taken place at month or two a good deal liko the they Nailk. 1..I.B4 Wrat, (J) Omanli alik U,f. "No; the bet. Tom bo called over I'uaUne trt loall iutf illr la Itxlallfsl Main U.iad K. r. krUra. Kaatattr Booti, Shoei, Clothlnj. Tobtecoi. HIllMBrtl. aK.R'1. (Sla.H.a(Kr. KltrrHarraa New Orleans Saturday : well-ror faaada. About one weniberod honeymoon ; but far llk.W. Jim Lane; you know the man, Johu T (mil trrilil Trrth. will, lb TbaTotttiura of karf. IS) lartalikall dl.rrilac llara far all o'clock tho Charleston Cadets went This Old and Woll - Knowu atitulrri tur J una tba Uaitvxlaa lrclaraca raar Back-etAfattie'a wretched temper would fly Clfari. Canned Goods. Tabi, atvl lrfMirr of p iai. ia lav faia. PQaiaVB.I aa Cleanliness of tho teeth is to tho Well I asked Jim : UtoaMtlatala iraiaa bim zi.iaaiaarr at HaatMau mA trala iJ. wilt U lit tut out to Greenwood cemetery on the Uotol Still Maintains its that Ibaaulaarrllraltbfala It Lnla wliaua.fenl.s.4 to piece again, and the happlneu was cyo what purity of breath is to tho I takra ftafTfkrt al ltMktijJ. aaJ inia 1 HvMktkai " 'Who is that tuna over there?" Snndriei. Notloni, Ac, Ac. BuisiWr. al RawhaawJa ml ttHupltt lliRh Hoputation, cars, and, having alighted, marched spoiled, A TbrMbtkkt-Nal- b. Hwilb, Caat uJWrtt rt nt llarptr'a UtLgiim,tomflfi4 " 'Artemas Ward,' was the re soide jf tiudliay. 'Nothing,' udced, CI olunt UoJlBtt. III UnMibt All Itvlaskf Karla talll W lakva In la far aal it atiartMl Maiioava aa lla. tltMrt. AND Drawing up in into the grounds. "ltd curfew we can't get aloiw is ruoro dcsirablo in tho npjicarauce of spoase. a u WILfMlM t. r rzixTM, irrifaiiai rinua m prTaar, X Urg k4 SAMUWlMIDWAan. tnp M au. 11 fMUWf, lMCit llMLTVktAl. front of tho statuo of a Southern sol Iti Proprietor it Determined that " 'How we lere, boys, I said, !), Isf U(llalMkrrpraalaaU an aaal a without to mueh qiMrrelliBg," taid a lady than clean, whito teeth, and ItaparlalaaJrat. BMI.U, fi. (latk nara, far UaJlBf. M ii imam mn urrrn imiarT. to foel uncomfortable; don't dier, tho company presented arms it Shall be Second to no Country J hull. Martti one wiaier fky-- t , e Ihe gums tho.oolor of tho rose; J iluaarra akaaU La Wfl. tr rWMlSVa Hotel in the State in its Fare, (HJrr ar lrin. la tba tkaara keen this thing up; let mo down easy. and came to a parade rest, and the rjKaa,aiwf.iraawl ta rvar Ula af Ika kaa. ' MeMie Mt the1ears mbfreyean a JANUARY 10, 1881. TEMIUNE & VANAK3DALL. Appointments, or Atten repulsivo than uncleau, discolor alrrllavat HbMii lb fi.rra arUrrr llarivr Urwtbm. hymn "Nearer My God to Theo" was tion io lyomiori oi momami, am) her heart aoAencd toward ed, .and Smeared for teeth, thickly in- - Jiist tell me who he is.' their Quests. Aajrraa II.UU1.UA UUIiTIIHll. MarfkL Ail Wf wm 'about to cou leas ..ii.tml mill, la.ln. 'Artemas Ward,' replied both sung by the cnliro company. After iMim k.h.1 l.na... uu must kau' ra Ink. unmM nnu the hymn a beautiful emblem of the her MNnga and ak forgif eneiw, when tifid face andtaiiai.are disagreeablo if men. IHE INTERIOR JOURNAL lijia " 'Good heavens,' thought I, have Union, made of colored flowers, with Itirxit a Hill La 'Jfecofltlflued raarlita la aa 'ram tararaat 1881. the latter, when open, exhibit tho I got 'cm again and got 'em as lad as a crescent nnd alar iu the center, was iii ii f .in., pprnai arraatataaaiiaa. ia '" lalaMMirrlalTrairtrra. Tkr liar will aa riiarB(rr tralairaaai rllat: "III all your iwleful temper, Mat- speclaclo of neglected teeth. alaa-- i laaallrS nllk Ika rkalrr.1 tbur oflered the dead, and attached to the tie jom knew it k." kraa.arLlaaariai4 t Iran. Ab Ma. I Na.SM- The whiteness of teeth is liable to be " 'I say, Welsh, taid Tom, 'como marble bust of Leo on tho monument. airrllral Lltrri Ii altarfcra. WEartVAUU, That km eneuh, and what wat lost by tho inlluenco of various caus Milt ILLUSTItATED. rati. over and I'll introduco you.' Then tho "Sweet Ityo and Uyo" was meaM m m a receBMnaiion was es, and they "re tarnished by the ac Laara SUrkjaaaJ. -- lltaiaMIIBaBBi So over wo went and I was intro Ihia HaraViaarlUa. CSlMl I which the company march ..II u sung, after tireply another quarrel. IB tion of diBercnt dements and by the duced to the man. II a Tkli iiiUr etl.llral Ii i aar. I.TBkkar( . Jaacta. .Jllaoai Bat far lac koturkakl. ed silently to tho cars, and returned it Se ray wretched exalation of tho stomach. When the "Oti, dear-e- , . . ..! IinpaJUiB I.rrrr aaaila-- ruraUkra tka lalr.1 iBluraialkio " 'May I ask your real name?' 1 to tho city. wa In rrif&ftl It Uabloaaiikl dma araaiuaBI. Ika nav. hiaaalaa ....,...... ia r a temper I knew rt ia,''aebeed Mattie, luM ot whiteness is occasioned by tht a. nt aatl bau.1 (.atlrraa. vllk WkllaSl.kar. ..) I llpia' Ilia m after Marts west etit, "but be needn't production ot tartar, a coral Mick queried. artlckauVllrisl rrouaatBaatlaaaJuH.ta.1 JlliSu nil Hi aa aMir. III.IN. STANFOKD KY. Foim Sons in thi: Poitentiarv. llBBllaclaB.. ra, aaiialt.warlra.l'brui. aa4 Maari aa iurl.1 Certainly Artemas Ward,' re .jINia lair have said sa.M K.,1.4 H.. K. H. ..ill aial daunllc (lia f artrlf la 111 rulawai. Grecuwade, who lives near may bo used to clean the teeth and t I.va iiutifciM Ml ib J lla m -- arIkia Aiklaaa. .. . .. -- it "If I SaJy waen't to blunt," taid remove tho lartarous tall; the black' plied the man, 'I am a. Captain and Mt. Sterling, visited Jefferson City, r a, sir h C., . It A I', f. Mra. Paymaster in the United State Army, r II tn Lr. Haatlailaii. . HAUrECH I'l.IlUMMCAUt ness of the teeth may bo sometimes here a my card. Mo., last week, and found four of her Ihia fwtaaiautk..... .. IIISUpH x Ma;it III. bo thiagi ... . at oaalrem bad to corrected by pulverizing equal parf Suro enough tho card read, flOQ -. Uarif'i lUxar. oi jttr. isuaa. five sons wearing tho striped clothes. TllOS.JtlCUAUDS.l'rop'r - Ila.laa.lt. .... . J ifto. llarra Xajpulb, on tfar .... . w 4 iw raiQUEKT FUECBASSS AM CHAMS, LHlte mWakee were imagined of tartar and salt, nnd alter washing worte. "My Clod," 1 On llirsrra Wrrtif,ot7fr. mas Want.' iSow, I gtvoyou my She was much allcclcd. ho I I Uuallat-taa-; Sail airrM KaBaar rraai btln tefftUe wwiga. UUkBHUhl The (brra ali iibllratiutua, as jcar ..lil w O.llr, WlllliaiaA'l la the teeth, rub them with this powder, word and honor, boys, the cold prca- sho exclaimed, "that a mother should llaallailaa. A ay an nt Tho gums cannot be Tha nrintilnun ' ' iLtlr -J to alaoTt fraai KkkataaJ la healthy unlets piratioc started over my whole, body. live lo sttfuur of her beloved sous ia 0PXi) TO TBS PUBLIC FS. 22U. 19- ITirirra YtxinfaiuaJ. an jrar. yrar IVul, llaallailaa. gottif aUut the matter, and finally theyfaij) firm andjed, and adhcro to UlrkaioBj l.llr rir.ll Nal AmiM-lnt- ra llai9rriYialUi.iMrrlltrralnlbtLIIMHtatra tuch a Be I ' The foaryouug men, renVatked, " 'You'll oxcuee rue. ItaaJar III.M PM.aBj lrtlir.il tlanlaa..iiu.i tr l.IUUA. one day wan Marth wm away Mat- - the roots of the teeth these qualities lUfB. but I have a friend who call hitatelf tays theVtfafraiuafi, emigrated from Nail rkuMlntlllailallr tie tbaugfct the thing over. depending, In a great measure, on the thiiJi TbVUtMHjJibalUiar tln Kentucky and settled upon a farm FARE, drat PERDAY. &awlrir Jauur ofriuli jrar. ltb lb 1Iim Now as Csmplete as any Print- al IUim i S) p ia, likliirlirl al klaaalaa "I am a wretehed little nuieanee," health. The gumsaro liable to a xS .'Artemas Ward.' Do yhi happen to near llutler, Mo., ami got to robbing , hasiMlxr.ll-lMt- ra laWfHUitxLH a III ba umUfBluul that lb aukt- Ciaarllai ilillr tlrral HaaUif at I a m. laj arrirra al HaallaalaB lilt wUliaajMnHuiiintra the tab! mtntoHy. "I don't know rjety of accidents which impair both know him 7 His real nanie Is pharlie altb lbuualr ital ing Establishment Outside alter lb ii, Tpl of ordrr. I 1IB. 4 s. IL K. the mails, committing buretaric and llrown.' why I am to, eHher, but I cannot help Trilaa raa JaJIr. oJutttrackT liartcra l. ibiwt ricfiMi Anaual all! U nol M. their health and beauly, and which UoJln, tvall. or tho Large Cities, Know hlmr Well, I aheuld stealinglionses, which littlo eyterprise CENTRALLY LOCATED. uMjaiMatrtuih iT aiftfinks, n.. j.t'u M. I F. I. IIMUI Ul. IfM.llA.I... ",k,"he taid, ikepakingly, her ejea fill. ones transiurm mem into very imw a hi, (pru-- tl irre wi tin think I did. Ho need to work for being discovered, they wero placed out f trd II ririaVbluni) lrri'li;bduia tr log with .taw. "I've a greet mind sightly objects. Sometimes they grow me on a canal boat, and ho stole ' I I., u.!. iiHumv.iHIIIuifi Hrr l.1l.. ma l'm f.m ira a.,.1.. ... ... . I. r. IuinMIPKa KA.TWABU. all where their unhappy mother hod the to take KetbKe and go heme, and atar all) bo arnlb; tualt. iMwiisabl.oa rmli'l w 11 tint toft, twrlll Mid appear full of liquid tho money ho could and ran away. grief to find them. Her remaining HiUMUnlAt'oiiniKHlalltM.sAr nut ANll raili. there. My couUn't be any and laTuIllatVivaboulJ ! iiiaJaf br iMiilfliriABOiBr liirduu Ciiiiiiciitliil I. II.H.aP.r.M'ra. corrupted blood; at others, they Why, would you believe it, ho ha son is a minister of tho gospel In good orJcr vt Jrart, la aruU aair or bMtv Ur. IWIaaitl. 'l'rnvciluratt 1 10 a a greah r than it U." hrwarsiiirra arr iiui ia c.j bt altrrlitfiiiit project and cover a great part of the laa klariflll II M f u Itichmond Ilegiiler. lieeu making fuu of me la tho papers ilandiBg. wiiBVtit, iuv csirraaurilrrol I,,., llarrr A Itratbria. ' m-- "i. I shim me elatped the baby eeee,hi'her teeth; they also become cnllamed ..... Prices for Work are as Low " K.llaallailaa a. u and ever tinco. Ho even printed a picSIIim AJJrrM llAltll.U A l!IU)Tlll.l,.N(w Yotk. u a La, How Hn Got His SrAitT. Oeo. arnw; and the tean M fket oh hi iiainful and aflcclcd with offensivo ul I.tf. J.kl.J IMpia S Ma lo BMEE TranafrrI Frc of Chare, as in Cincinnati or ture of mo.' York Star. V llaln, who was bcru mi llawbon HaallaiUM tUimllHiH UA7V.K.U. ceea. A. good cloausiog mixture may 1SSI. made his Drat eflorls Tn oratory I.ir. Ilaallatloa ller heart 'teemed hiiMtiag witbiu bo made, by amalgamating an ounce SMfiallMiM Louisville ! Lord Derby said to the working- - county, .. IS a ia I IIbbi laa Hiatal... o - WkllakMlkkar... . SMim I II ta at the old school house at'lIuteWa-oher, bbt the wrappeil tbq cliildln her of owdered - Maaakav. myrrh, two spoonfuls of men: "Wo have beard a great deal Station, and afterwards was a resi. ItUaa I so a la thawl, aod with a, quickened ttep the I.jBthkarf . Ma. ,wWle honey and a littlo grccu sage recently about the peasantry becom lna LrarkUirf JuirlkHj. Illiiw t Uia aa dent of Lexington, is making a great I Bark.laa.llla- Hed the place ami burned across tho XXiIi CTSTB AT3SD. IUua I tl ai in nire juimii-r- ; " llonlaairllla wei me leeia ami ing owners of land and having gar. reputation with his last lecture, "From iielde to her molber'a. Mw-verekaiaaj .. I la) . " l T IS a Bl gums with a very littlo of this, at dent, field and farm of their own. UWYkU.VBHII.l1l, "Whath matter child" otked ulght and morning. Powdered char- - Now, an acre ot good agricultural Kentucky to the Golden Gate, r. B. H. A P. fUrauu-- r Imim llarlaaill dallr. Ha able iM Tbli lLaJir. aa !! Lv t.1. A B.H. K.ILTralairvs4allf. George' most heated coatetta at tho CATAIiKIUM, CIRCULAUM, her tat)Mr;.M Mattie.. wle and tblv- - coat is also dallr airaat BalurJlJ rrau Mai lla llliDlrilloa bib ar rrfarrJ Lr lb lrl an effective article for laad Is worth, ou an average, about old school houto were with John HuBltBftaa la tUckaMNiaidalljrtlluBllaitaalalVil. arllai baa alvaja MtrtfJ a itat uwrilul aaJ I'KOtlKAMULS, whg, appeared af tho door, ItUrllU, MUTrJl, sixty pounds, or, as nearly a possilriilsi Ul lufluriM UMa I bt Jl.ll htiua. cleansing and tvbiteulng. lll llfljl latttMiaJ hat KibrraaBaaiilallr frow lluatlailaB la Browa dubbed "Osawattamie" by lb Bifblrila TAU8, EMVEIAIi-M- , I'llH'kH, "Deal atk me motbcr,"obbtd the a, m . vn lbiU ofiabialllr, toiltbiMiiufut aitJ ralur ble, thm peaco for every square dallr rirral IU?lll wretehed little woman. Limi.B KAW. NOTK II KA IW, til U. HKA M, 8aN.I ArrvuiUalr.llor,l.uillla The KlaKuf llethlchcui will appear yard. I wonder how many working the hoyt who rarely failed to be on aau ajar al AM a ai. aad .ral.aa Ha Ii MUM tairra Miaatun dallr airral hua. the opposite side in all debates. Msny "Yon alnWt homo?" in 1687. This star only males U matkmcnh, Btctirra, Jar al JJ-- 1 w. aal irrlrn KkkauaJ I an a la, Coughs. Colds, Soro Throat, Hnn mea consider that when they order JUlU'tU'l I'lUIOUIUAL NaSIHIird-lMr- aa a hard contest took place between lluallnilua dallr .ami "Yee, moihcf, forever." W ITK las ypjiearanco every U10 years. It will tlCATtS. BUN cbltls, AhUiiiu, Consumption, Haadij at SKI l M, .aJirflinl.aarlluaKt.u. worth of beer or tplrit ... . II 00 a.. lar,r WtHklr.ort tar lal n,,l:,.r,.""'K','.'5,v'!,."'. "Doa't tay that to toe. You aball appear and Illumine tha heavens and they are swallowing down a sijuire them, to the great edification of thoso Al All 1Imm afTH HO ITatanJ M.XJU. lliriwr'a MagatlMa im rrar-a4 00 WLUUIKU INVITATIONS, aatraalt' """ g4 00 who gathered to hear aar raaaarlll it:.--' IUrir'i ltaur.au go back Alt inetaat," taid her moth exceed in brilliancy even Jtudter yard of good agricultural land." Iat aa U QitarVHUa BoitUa for FaaiU Vm. tUNLBALMUTIClJ), v. Itl.I.EV, tl. W. Aiaal, JO 00 TUTHULKaUTai'uULratloMtOMffar. nBciMUJUallf frropankl al IUImoi Tutti, CrrUIUio4 ton transcript. III Wllaal St., klavlr,UUMj.M4 (lulu. H rwutul) AaTWU lUra aauirJ.oiw jrar cr, thlakfag of tho scandal thai wai when in oppoiillou to thesuu, ai'd 7 00 -- CTC.tTC..m fctwoa Wur Utstt ptttMaavua, it Lt taly aoaiawiiilaJ OlNVAY llnWlllli si a a l a a a go atxl It UtaMa.PrU. UU A. attajtatf ol tnir W. M, H. DUNK, Ij.i'r Who men mingle innocent mirth Vuat. aura to follow tuck a proceeding by the moro nearer the earth aud brightUivu 11a ii v A Diiink. I havo no f Umiai, avorr ItfUU. MIlAUINttlL fctV'waiu.aa tULiiviBiiaitHit Harptr'i Yuungta 1'ropi! au jpar ItttUalM ta OltUaft, lawa ttif allaubarrtUra la laaWI tj IHtalaita fr U wiOl Kuin U her BUterablo daughter. est. Tho marvelous LrHiaecy of the with their care m a help either to doubt that much fretfulues fn littlo HviMsOiMtLaAIULU UU( K adItiiliasMita, Ul afl.J lb. tiriaaif It U Wa Orb net fee Beaten lit rMi4rjakf lut itiwawiitua, forget or overcosae theai, but to ro- - ouea is caused by their sullcriog from tW 1 tkfusvt, Waa Oui ha, lauUa, lawuia, aUw OuifmyiiJu. ia Uta ta-"Oh, doa't mother," and Mattie ritar oi llethlelicni Iu 1887 will s 4Atka tiiatjikl. LewPrleeaaaiUitEx- Itrtlavlib i lbabluuafkaWrtklr intoxication, tor tho easo of aukaaa J m aVkVttkAuat waJ APPKTlZCILttit bi il tint aaatbrr af Jaauarr ol will yrar. Wltraim looked the piciwe of Jetpalr. any ni lis previous visitations. sort to want of fresh, cold water. Give a tM (W ftilr if U fyUaaatsI eeHtlea ef Werlc. r (tajLUiltklsKl. U ta lM, u,uU 4vu4 aiitkata llwala wctttUtaaJ, It vlll b uttdrrMiM! that tb ouo's mind i to cure tnclaucholy with littlo tai.1 It will Lo hcu eveu by noonday, Tell we about it, my ruiMtairui ana lb auutwr auiMriarv wiaat-at a time, every hour er two, ia lit hU tiBinat tttu A Large Stove. rnvlfl aforJr-rChar pea. JAUTION. P?"SJ15ffflSE 1 bait altIcat lbrbiTiu Auauil Valuuraor Hiriarr'a lae laolber, taeHed into tenkrneti by shining with a ijulck, ttaahlug light luaJues. Iba especially when teething. My own I atlaUf Uil",t aiau4i luaeaaikj UiaU ... m a a. with aa ft. of ripe; Wrrklr la brat tloib UuiJIac, will ! fcrnl b UucK ASy UVIt,btibla I tuall, I tUMl tMrfuLU ariktaiMaU tAa.uU the entire year, after it will gradwd ly A Call whoa in nood of aoytblBg fa barfeok. Also, a BedetMda, within babo often at night awaits rnlng, U slF I think I reatrkt lay wUt(jalJ.orbr IKM. frr of (pradJoJ lb InitH dwaaiwt rifw4 lM iiWVKUWMkbr IfiUPaaatAiliUUla, r ui. And 2 SCattrewee; bwugh Iter tear, ihicrraso iu urlglitnes and finally dis bowtsVIn tayiog Tltaa our line will oonvlnco you or uiuitk. Htwr; sue to far as I havo after an hour or so uf sleep. I havo LaJk. wui:.m u a uau v. nuai Cfalk raara far aa. k valuaia. lultaUa far tlajlri Number atTBlaaketa gilt M4lMMi telrarl. CklMa. bJM kar ajaefcer aN, aad caded with appear, not to return to our heavens observed In life, two wca have failed fouud that at tuch time a drluk of Ibo truth or tao abore. Uj aiilL iul.aU,aa raiTll afll auC all! A.k y.ar Uraail.1 raa HI And a Let of Other WH.ii.aaira.iMM.Ma u luada L i..l until 2102, or Ulfi yearn after 1887. from detect I mop A.fc iM.r ' lar III Tar whero oho ha water will do moro to tootho and wilcr arUrilt, w atulj kaaia ak fMaaiuaiM-r- aa But Li tVlaa Heu CoverlBK. Alt aaaa A.B. H.r.l..l ruitv ibl. a.l...llia.ul H'. I', M' ALTON, Ul ikllaraa, ..r Hlaal rrIII "ftst. da, tjM4tr, I slo love iilai, The iter is the tame that illumiaaied felled ttom Oefirct la latsllect.-rH- orquiet him than uuylhliig elae I ran aUkwulluaaillFMurJirbflaria-A llratlwll. T, M, vtai.roN.jr., W. V. WALTOK, SarVaU J UMlliUlBll, UIIIX tHaai fHrtlar, Ayplr to Tiai klUr of jay eisU- a-I love klio, tie keariM at the tiatlvlty of Chrlti. aetXaM. do. A Young Mother. J aiinaun. MINI MBIt-aAJJtM. UAItrtB a BUO'i, ft Ywk. kluufw BtinforJ, Kjr, "'" iL.A.WILLSON SHOD I - t. .ss ll,...., Ml.. r, kt hl . .. m - Inisl-DM- 3 w.se 1 , Wfcnl,tT-lll.tK- .. I ImhliH-M- - W !:.. .. o.. nli.illllli, &m .!. I ti. . ..- . WjHJfkle 60, . . . u RuirUW-rHittU- a'rkM-k- OPERA HOUSE, . at i w r. a, hot-be- C'OmTKTB fctff COAL! COAL!! t, lt awp-l- T K0TII-liUN- aA&tfcwtrfadtr'fttit SniitoiiiiioVormifugo , twW-tifiil- . r. llli inia in m tliinp,ji(l ' m 11 wrts-iaii-a ''" f1 . MYERS HOTEL, New Goods, m .mi. I iiaui-i.i-.-- s - iil -- ..... M f' -- llirr i, ti SUV ajUUSB. noth-mor- Mob-I- cheheTouiou., ..... Ifcirnor's llnzar. ctob ST.ASArilHOTEL, r DEPARTMENT, Lyackaur-..w4- ttlia llllia irs. m ..... MAll-K.- lima a. 11 - - t $2.00 r J OU MIXl:r-lM- -l ta- 11. 1. ta mwrm mtw H I be, ,.. .... . n "' " 'New I, TOtlH irarpor's Weekly. mm V 111, llt.alltliu ,.I)mw llllu 1 Mall-H- lUatUMM-- SURE CURE , tkfee-penn- them.-Lex!n- )it. a- ... . l. - - M. MVaMlMftl '" tur-pa- aAMt Skalf Mlf Sa . ea-- FOB &AJIJ1SI m . -- 'fttki 11 ... iii-a- kau-B- E tlr.r i tST- -l . ,