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Semi-weekly interior journal: December 20, 1881 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1881 sem1881122001_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: December 20, 1881 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1881 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 9emt-.HeeU- ii VOLUME X.-NUM- BEII ttfefiof Imifmai STANJFOltD, KY., TUESDAY DECEMBER 20, 1881. 43. "Mtsder Hoffentltln Stti up Willi a Ccrpti. Hoflensleiti,-- ' said Her-- I WHOLE NUMBER Gli. ,WP. T. K. WHTOt, WILTOK, ... tdittf ait Pnprittf. ... luvnut Managtr. Suusckiition, 3.50 l'r.K Annum, Invahiaiily in Advance. THt HCHTSMTOr Jail A GIRL D fBlU Jaat rntf tftavh la ta alllj, Jt f.lrMk t U frtllr, IMU1l IWMt, ilalat anoaib Jul Ukttil. Jaat Ull nonh U U (Tferrilt J art atljat DOl foff lift Ja.l draw aaaagb la ta laalf M, Jaataiairi atiab U Waf, Jaat alba raaaa'b U aa aad, Jaat aoA eaaugh ta rwn1icr Tawr Strati Ihn' tba raJrara aiaj gtaJ. Jail Uara taoaib I U t4r, Jaallboafblfalaaaiifb W A laa,u IktlCM talk altbaatbinataf, Jut Biaai aaaatb fcr CaktHlMloA, Jul LeM aaaafh ta Va Wart, Jul aaUlaaaauah IW awblUaa, trt?. Jul aalaabUr tnuk U Imii yilltri lUABt CMu(h U La cbaMlat, Tbalaatlatalaacal7aafaa.a. taawfli.aajblau.aaartad. Ftr u tk tapta alara; fraaa bar mi I aartr U pirtiJ, Ok. I kf a. Tm 114k to lk aaals Oaaarawa Stttmtkip PnKt. fit Dajt f Cunp. project ! on foot In thli city to etfahlith a purely American line of fast passenger steamera to ply between New York and tome port on the-- llrit-U- li coast. The plan, ccorJing to if projector, Mr. Jacob Loril lard, is to build thip which will take passengers from New York Monday morning and place them in London before Saturday night, making the trip from land to Und in fir days or tiro and a A half dart. Mr. 1orillard laid to a reporter; "Our veaaela will be COO feet loog.and will be built of itcci to reduce weight. Thaywill be provided with power three tlmea ai great In proportion to their displacement aa la obtained bjr ihipa now afloat. Theie feature mean ipeed. They will bo divided Into water-tigh- t compartmeiita, rend- ering them absolutely uniinkable. There will be fifty auch compartmcuta in each ahip. Thia meana safely. Weahall carry no freight of any aort. We ahall provide no accommodation! fur emigrant. Everything i to be atylc. Our veaaela will in firit-ola- s be virtually floating palaces. .What Pullman 'a parlor coachea are in the railway aervice our ship will bo on the ocean. Weahall build three ahipa to tart witk. Each ahip will have accommodation! for 500 pasiengert, and each will probably1 coat over 11.000,000, probably 11,250,000. Aa yet it i impoaiible to quote exact figure. The eatimatca we deaire are not given ua. We ahaU not run to Liverpool. Our landing place will Milford lUven, in Walea, which i 200 mile nearer London than ia Liverpool. It harbor, too, can be entered on all tide. Upon thia aide of the ocean we thai! aave thouiandi of dollar yearly by the fact that we ball be able to escape wharfage Carrying only patsen-era- , it will be our plan to anchor in mid stream, as do menof-war,an- d have abore communication by meana of tender. Lying oil the Ilattery, we would be aa easily acceitible at are vessels at the city piers." "Wheu will you be ready for business' asked the reporter. "lly the apring of 1883, but not before. Our veatela are yet to be a aa a goat Ven I got on de ouUi.le uf de yard all de poya dink dey hear some one call dem too und More you can vink your eyo dey kuocks down four banels of de fence, und Jacob Heidiogsfelder runs und falls in a gully vat vas more den dwendy feet deep. Vat you dink, Herman, it vaa dot made do poya ao sgaredf " "I don't know, Milder replied the clerk, deeply interested in the story. "Veil, it vaa noding but n dog dat vaa sleeping under do ilable,und he vat hitting de floor mit his dail und growling at de fleas vot keep New Orleans Times. him avake." lloOen-stein,- man, ciiiit, aa ne runnel into ine store, "I shnst heard denewsdat Leon Ilogenhcim, vat keeps do shoe adore up town, vas dead, uud I thinks maybe you rants to go mit de funeral." "I am sorry, Herman, dat Iton Ilogenhcim vas dead," replied HofTen-stei"but I don't dink dot I vill go mit de funeral, I)e most derrlble vat t haf in my lilo vaa ven I sdays up von night mit a corpse. Old Moaes klelnbcrg, vot lif at Vicktburg, dies ven I vaa dere, und me und Lerl Cohen, und Jacob und some more vent oud to his house to sit up mit de corpse. Veil, de corpse vas in de front room, und all uf us (lakes seata on do gallery by a viodow vere vecartseo in de room. Avay in de nlghd ve dalks to keep avake, und Levi Cohen sajs, 'Here ra no money In telling calico, because de remnant cads up all debxof-its- ,' und Jacob Heidingiielder aays, I rants to tell yoo poji ut a ibccula tion vot I makes de oder day. ou know dat noding but a bad namo vill hut longer dan an old army overcoat, frent uf mine vas Jelling me dot If I van to put up a monument to my family dot vill last until do Kou..lry,.bout SN.OOO.OftO. , This McCul- w Mean.for.i x years. , I Offlca am MtAIUtar a Lrlla'i goes avay, not to vaate any money In Hough act was oppose.! by the Malione' ,. i ,ir(t w .i.,.,. marble, but to hang up an army party, who got up the "IEid.lleb.rger tectcJ o the country T. w.VianoH. . repudiating the debt sufficient- - sliDIS there to Bfo'fiMr-'ltheir privi- T. W. A V. E. VAltMKC, " to reJuco it to Jia,C55,ll(., and ,fgi. I vell.l.l.nxauivatroyireniue.isme,iy Ve seeu the ablest Uyers AT L.A.W, urn i sees vcro i can mate .o..ie orortaing in me isce oi me nuprame Br ue ,ier ,u. ,i,y L day ATTORN EY8 UKt . money. I buys a lot of de overcoats Court decsafon, that the coupons of MTAMPIMIII, Ur ,,,t ,01ne ,ur ruUi tune anu uai ue.n uye.. p.aca, unu iiens me Jicuougn act oon.ls should not for hlankeU, tome fur cotton, and lor Offlea la Gaart Hquara. get dem made into bants. I calls de bo received for State due. The :. nmi,,,i ii... i T EE F. HUFFMAN, bants Irish dree ply- - Tool und sells hone party repudiates one-thirof the neT uw 0D9 iunia being come Shust acknowledged and legal debt, with here dem for nine dollars a Imir. SURCEON yet to argue for , a reduction of den Levi Cohen says, "Hush, I dinks interest, bringing the sum repudiated Uxllion , tue iutcreit of the pruduc- STANFORD, ICY. Ve lisdens und up to nearly SN.yOO.OOO. I bear someding." This is IWck, OBea Hmtk ilia Mala Stmt, laa J or. aLota uf this uiuntry.-Ssn- ater hears a moan, und it comes from vere psdialiou and nuDification both. The ' 0f Kentucky. tka Mftn uatau. ruraNIUaaa OlU Oaa aaiaUUwrwl ahva ' de corpse vas, und at do same dime bondholders did lot, of course, give r "t" lien, Arthur is renoted as having an owl on de bouse hoots a gouple of their consent to the Mahone repudis-- ; , 'shown considerable emotion wheu he hoots. I don't tay nodiog, und no ' ,f heard of President Garfield's dealh. vSS -von taya noding, but I fecit dot an Holders of natioaal bsuk stock are We cannot iuiagiue Arthur's emotion Den ve ice house vat on my psck. TWO WFEKtl I WILL RE IN BTASniRt) in all cases aivaro of the fact that without thinking of that old story of Jtth aMnta.frabl Srti MaoJay, aaj Iu Uana- bears anoder moan und some knocks not Iwa uao.D.iraia laird lrOdea wraii ar acn IIol.I.oiw MillU(l;Mutij they arc rcjponaiblqfor the amount of the man handing a telegraph clerk the A rWi la 8U Aapb on de dable over veao de corpse vas. I lloscoe I an- - alora. t ICvl Cohen dry to say someding but their holding. Iff. person holds a 'fullowing telegram: MOKMAX. D.D.8. St.C. $100 par be is respon- - nounce with grief that our friend is he couldn't sbeak, und de owl hoots tharo valued at sibleforan additional $100 in the dead. Coine quickly to read will, I KOKOE W. nOMHTT, some more. My gracious, Herman, event of the bank'a failure from any believe we are the heirs. Tl clerk veu I hears de moan agaiu I says, pause. If atockhoIJera would think tread ovtr the telegram and said: de Toys, I dinks dere vas some one at STANrORD.Kr. this when they ars. electing direc- There are two words more thau you gate calling me, I vill go und tee vat of tors, they would certainly exercise a have paid fur. Well, then, strike All butlaa aatriutfel labial trouiptlr iaj dey vanls.' It vaa so dark you don't Texand fewer fig- out "with grief,"aaul Arthur. can feel vere your uote vas, und I greater circumspection, would be clminally placed as Siftings. shust put my head down und knock- ureheads a millions.r-tPhlladelped hole trow de bicket fence better in charge of soma part of the Maryland pen- TA Ifi'rgMa Otbt rxorEaMoa.su HtaMfulntti l Hilk. In 1801 the old funded debt of Vir. If any one wiihea to grow llnhy, glnla, Including llio debt contracted a pint (.1 milk taken on leliilig at IT U KAUKKMAN, M beioro the separation or West Vir- - night will on coter the cfwnletl AT LAW, ginla, amounteil to about $15,00,000, bones. Although we seb a gol Tho Legislature that year poised the ' many Achy persons nowadays, there LANCAMTIMt. IIV, I'rcMcntM ! consolidation bond act, which left are a great many lean and lank i.iie ll..l.r rnMntlMlonfr tihlCbnnlr AMftrur. Wilt of lunaril aa-- l Atrial In tt IMMlIf inil U thtUmitt of Appr1 one third the debt, rery properly, to who ili f.ir the (Vihionable mea-ur- r be paid by West Virginia. In 1871 of plumpness, and who w mid la vait-an- d j rRTTna MAITklM rtARK WOLroiD. 1872 about $20,000,000 of con- - ly Improved in health and app-a- r nice M. P KM O.X, V. ! HOLFOItl) aolidated honda were istucd, tearing 'could their forms be rounded with ! 815,000,000 of the old bonds out- - goo.) solid Ileal) Nothing is more ATTORNEYS AT LAW, landing. In 1872 the Legiilature coveted by n thin woman than a full SprrUI ltmla glTra u rollfrtlnac 1 ; Offita I KV-r) amended tho consolidation act by pro-- 1 figure, and nothing will so arise the afar K. T. riarra't Mora. riding that the coupons of the bonds ire and provoke the scandal of the rnilOMAS P. HILL, Jit., to bo issued for the remaining 815, "clipper builcCm the contciouinesi of AT LAW, 000,000 or the old debts should Dot plumpnesiln a rival. In cue of lev-b- o ATTORNEY Tollot Sots, Vases, &c. ,. received for taxes or other dues to er and auiun.tr complaint, milk ia HTAN sVO II I . IC V. Wo liuvo specially for the Holiday trndo the State. Under this act tMOO.OOO now given wills excellent letulir. Will l.riLtlc to tb at kU id4 .J).lnl. or Apfrati, onra aa liantlsome leir.dln lha of Fine Ooltl and Hl-lj- r new bonds were issued. The Virgin The idea that milk is fereriuli has ex. Laarulrr Slrrat. ia Court of Appeals decided that the! plodod, and it is nw the phjsicta-i- , iVatclirs for Gents and Ladies. Don'l to sec our, IAMKSO. OIVE.NS, coupons "should lie received in pay- - great reliance in bringiog through ty stock before purc'liasing. Come and avoid tho lueut of all taxes, debt and demands ' phoid patients, or llioae in l'o low a ATTORNEY AT LAW, rush. of the State." The United States state to be nourished by solid 1 FIFTH jrritEET. Ii Supreme Court in 1880 declared that ia a mistake to scrimp the milk pitch- - LOUISVILLE. tlift rnuimiifl nf IIia ltmnt. t.f 1A71 p m T.ti. "'-. - i1k ant Itiiw rrMllnalaalllksQMru (!wllftli, proMpI , ... snouiu lie rcceireii la paymuit or tax less meat, iiMrr ijuk q your iiiijxinap; laBiibctnrsm tnj l(isnl(i All KloJt of ea. The Mct'ullough act of 1879 have larae tixeil, welt-filiemilk in'tch provided an issue of bonds to refund era on the table each meal, nu I you I B. A K. W. HOCKKK, the wholo debt of Virginia in it then will have sound flesh and sate doc-ATTORNEYS AT LAW, MATTRESSES, CHAIRS, shape. The debt stood at $2fi,CO0.- - tors' bills. 000, leaving West Virginia to settle , MrVfl, ou tllB 0UM (jllIlnii,lee HTANPOllll. It . &c. ATTORNEY HOLIDAY PRESENTS line fill llolldny lrti ti'J' McRoberts .& Staggfo rTiiniiTV, itv. ACKNOWLEDGED HEADQUARTERS GOODS Toys, Dolls, Books, lot Writing Desjcs, trll Jewelry, early nlargeanil Silver fail fl. ,,, ... .. ..,," ' 'tvi. F. STUKENBORG Parlor Suits, and II SAVE IS TO IS bouM. fc BRO., ,TJ35TI!I,1TJREII gSSBnSSSBtan 5 U ,!ir,tute rr ,n1ni.J .. .o. YliU Kiial 1'oiirl Nlrcci, CINCINNATI. O. PER CENT. ON A bill .,,, ,,, DENTI8T, iih Lane Glass, At 45. JOO. 100. $75 a Iluirati rff tr, $20, $2,r). $30 and at.. I'arl.ir Suita, Scrcn Pieces, Kilbir in Hair, Cloth or Terry, Al S30. Viot f 40, $50 A Upwards Will. !(. italic Frn Dreii: Cse Bls, i Ii MNrbVlni Upr.l &MWttMmmm ' itr BrB HM IB aaaVPalj sjl-W-- a taaaB B .. NOTICE Vititora to our city are respectful ly invited to call and tee onr stock of goods, whetherthey wish to par chase or sot THE PLACE. aa S!at .. A UKUEMBtR M., I.owrr Milr, Krttr Mala, Claalanatl, ublo. IH Hlorc - room In laiinil !) J. H.&S.H. SHANKS Ih Ihclr lanmlMoauG iicit p CONSTABLE, OPERA HOUSE BUILDING Keep cotmtuiilly on a full stork of l"'r In FARM FOR HAJjK. IelTrfMMl ty rirM.roaiUtiof oT ONE HUNDRED ACRES, Dry Goods.BootSaShoes.&c Just received a large lot of lien's and Boys' Fall and Winter Clothing and a splendid line of Fall and Winter Shoes, of Zelgler't Bros's" nuke, for Men, Ladies and Children. New stock of Cloaks and Dolmana jnsi insula the following i believed to be loy at Bergeu A Point, X. J., thus describes his danger and his escape last Saturday; "I the .track, when was I kuowed I seen the ingin I couldn't git atoss quick enough, so I started to Ida. I lunncd up the tack a little way and tumble. I heard and I shut my, the ingin eves, and nut mv face clos acin the ground, and it went over .jme, and I got up and tunned down the bank." Guitcau'a case is not without precedents. A Uoston paper kcalla the story of a man down in Maine who pleaded guilty to a charge of murder, but claimed that bo acted ou d Ivine inspiration. In that case, hjwever, the culprit said that he deserved aud His case was expected to be hauged. called up regularly for senteiw at every session of the court for twenty years, and as regularly coutiuued. The . man finally died in jail. . m a aa a five huadred In England there are packs of hounds, numbering about eighty each, or forty thousand in all. There are about one huudrsad and fifteen thousand hunting horses, and the yearly cost of the hunting ostab. lithmentt is estimated at more than And England is ot $35,000,000. much larger'than an American pottto patch either. a sure cure or chills and fevers: A live spider it caught and placed in a thim ble and a cloth tied over securely to keep it confined. The thimble is sus pended around the neck ot the fllict ed person until the spider dies, which not only cures, but prevent the chills, It will doubtless tickle the spider to learn that he is worth anything) to anybody. Lfloatoatb bUnferd. sod Ihti far ia ! well (kUktl Tslsaiprfiiitita wattsrd Crtb Orrlnnl U r J1i mIIm from o4 T. N. Oil dJ ko1 ARMOIIH. OAHRIAGIkSBUO(HES GEO. D. WEAREN, STANFORD, LANCASTER DEALEV ie.l and HUSTONYILLE, IN '; wtit a a' Kentucky, to use the languago of lloila Uyan, "Never bad nnthin but bad luck, aud never 'tqect to have nutbln but bad luck." At leait 'tliii ia the conviction forced upon her peo. since the election of that hotchpotch Luke P. lllack- of burn, as governor of the State. His abuae of the pardoning power hat serv built, and the greater part of our ar- ed in a great measure to thoroughly rangements in other matters are still disgust the pjoplo with him, and the I)ut by the date I menincomplete, citixsn will hail with joy tion we tliall be in perfect readiness. the day. when auother governor shall Our sueccaa ia assured ao laras capital take bis teat, ilia course in this matgo. ter has been nothing but wrong from The lino will be called the "Ainer-ca- n the very start, and the longer he Scientific Amer- holds the office tho norso it becomes. Express Line," ican, -H- artford Herald. "A Young Man whose father was Au investigation ot great imporvery wealthy, and who moved among the First Families, was married to a tance has Just Ixou completed at Furir. beautiful girl. After the Nuptial It waa a scientific inquiry into the Ceremony waa concluded, and just be- chemical composition of the air above, Th'w fore the Happy Pair were about to the grouud of great cemeteries. tart on their wedding jouney, the way found to be essentially the same aa that over arable lands generally; bridegroom went up to his uiothcr-Iu-laand kissed her. A friend who and all the resulta of the investigation was standiog by, and waa amaied at indicate that there is no foundation thia Extraordinary Action, aiod the for the popular impression thatexteu bridegroom for an explanation of bis sive burial place evercise a noxious Conduct He replied: Have you nev- inllueuce over tho region in uhich er read those beautiful lines by Ttnny-ton- : "The bitter ere the sweet, The they are situated. thorns before the rote, Kre spriug Itather n, novel talo took pluco on time comes with balmy brew, The blast of winter blows. The Friend the publto square Thursday, from aid ho had uot noticed tbeui, but he the Court house door. Constable It This fable teach F. Christian levied on $10 SO, in cash, aaw the application. es that because a man gets married in the hands of Smiley Perry, the he l not necessarily wholly bereft of property of another (icrsou. Several Chicago Tribune fable. Bu.H bidders gathered about tho auctioneer, An old gentbmau aaked a man in and the money waa started at S10. our office the other day how many In a few minutes it went up (o $10,00 children he had, by his wife. That knocked off. iiutsellvllle old mm kaowi how to ask questions. and was Herald Enterprise. Glasgow Times. I A novel of Caps Cod life was read in manuicrpt by Wiliams ACo., Boston publishers, aud approved. They accordingly published it, and the first tlitlnf form! a rta.nhlp wltb CCJUE edition of 1,000 copies was ao quickly UOLUtX 1 w ball.rallprr,arftl wltbaa aar' ta aup-,air patruo. allb rl.a. work la hi Ilea, sold that a tecond was nurried out. al tba L.t Milerlal 104 qualltf. Carrla.Iu tha AcuaJa laarJtr,au4 rrpalrla doaa NlNtutniwr, tllf, men came teren uuei suns lunmi ataad. bUDSinl, Er u, a call at tlronU' iM The uuvelist WSt. IIM'IJIIKHTV. aggregate ot $30,000. hsd uot only introduced real persons iua roost uncompli.iientary fashiou, Female College. but had giveu their full names. Grain, Wool, Orchard Grasss and other Seeds, 5S5JlB3l aa Stanford STAKPOKD, KY. Women were employed and commended aa typo setters aa early a148l. The first notable female printer was WITH A FULL 0ORPS OF TEA0HER8 a Charlotte Guillard, who was in lal. Uatltaltaa will opal ' for fifty years iu the city of Par-i- t. buis-nes- - a a awiikBiijyysrii :4 This pioneer of femiuine follow- a ITS TWELFTH SESSION; ers of Gut tenberg was celebrated for ot the works issued ' the correctness ON TUE u from ber press. She Grit e ttird th e SXIIXONDAV IS SEITKMIIF.lt. NEXT. typographic ranks in lfiOC. ' ' Ir wTwork upon marble,, it wilt ALL THE BUANCHLS OK A ' perish; if we work upon brats, time elTtca it; if we roar temple, they will . I a a .i TH0K0U0H SHOLIBH C0BE8E A Chicago naturalist stated in Us will crumble into dust; but if we work . I e imbue aa ara tauabl, aa lecture that a black bear could hiir unon immortal minds, if seven times as hard as a man, and the j them wit h principles, with the juit DUAW. MUBIO. TUB X.ANOUAOBU. next time a mcuagarie visited that tear of God and love of our fellow " INO AND PAINTINO. town, every girl in the crowd mad! men, wo engrave on those tablets omethlug whitch will brighten to all eyeaand waved hir hankerchief at tho black bear, and paid him ao much eternity. T 13 It M M M It i: It A 'P attention that he got confused ana) My mother" said the late Dr. Ilol- - - vl i blushed. .. , The bashful young man who asked a lady at a concert if "be could see her home," was much surprised to hear her reply, "that he could go see it if he wanted to, but she didn t think her father wanted to tell;" aud then the coolly walked oft with the roan of her choice. .i laud, "waa so deficient aud sensitive la Talllua, arUaa rauaa lna tit ta Sou la II regular Prtatarf,!, SU. that she was always ill at ease in the SJUj rrraaralair, ttt. aa4 tiIUlata, latcruunllau presence of strngrs, aud I could not Faff lull ijartlcuUra, a ta Boaro, Aa.(aJdra tear to see strange bauds lifiiug her ttatM. n. , Tttrt-MKAai.. w ? i n-L.. l. woy no yoruoui iraine. UiM, Uaoala Os., Kr. inn aud his brother bore the loved firm l tin hearse, and at the grave tun Urly lsil her at rest with their own hands, bjjogies UfiinVra. J -- A.isrr , FOR RENT. nil n ' by Over 2,000 nbintweri killts Mriiti-CiillellHfl'rt'aMiai, 'I hr cab-lu- g MacblMCH A truthful editor. Says au ex ont msu In a Ktutunky Mo-- t rrceut-ly- . X uud tHKitatM, y Every brauch of a cedar thicket change: "So much space is We lay TfcoMw ItulU ftv MruiUtl t Atbtr Uwi And i tier ImulsBeutt and Uachiocry. cotrequdutlj eiclint'elr from Minnfcjstnien, direct, for tub, in lota, and d obtain tha largest ana given to editorial matter that a large tixty arcet in extent lit iu rei Wy uabouik IJ Uis.tr.. TkU btilUlaf U T ucarlir Mi iuj ivy isMirl4: tttvniAlu Ooodt t BeaswatUkPriosa ruwi lowest rates of freight, Ou; rmitoit i Firtt-cla- it amount of interesting reading ia brent ed lodicer. and, aUhidjti the atnl kill, ttatik, rurUgt) bouM au4 garla Tsr th Best Is slwija the Chsipeat." Beapactfully, tloiraUt, iwr taiUr Iucatsf4 uurlr l la iu iwsar crowded out." The editor is frank, tlaughter by huuters.whu um a Uuteru .taufctl tV tMiBliHwa btaa. IxtwtfMlva gltva Jan .' -h iUi. Afi'lr UJ.N, L7tl(. blabrl, at GEO. D. WEAREN; Btsufoi J. Ky. , at all events, aud should be honored aud, club, it terrific, their iiumbtit uarr lt,VV. Cralf, car J 4 L. u.tt A U : 4Jrra UHEK.N A WILLIANN, H. L. Wl-riltatiucluua.i, iK , do not seem to dacwase. accordingly, Dapat W, CmAItt. Uflfunl, Mtaiiti Laacuui ?. Zl, llll-Masaftra Uaalaailtla Otfai. NulUy DrlllH, Curii'l'liiiilt-rHt'lilllaiilom, llarntWH, I'oru-livllcr- .M.incr, lliij.llukca, cabbiages, 1uun, JV1 DeMlrableRvNldeHee ttist VH tni-$9rth- fn 3fn!trior5foutnaI UC1SUWC. cMMitD counrr. JOH. lasesnjlilsls for W. KF.RI1T Ihe efllce ef 1 T. Ctaaa. tlao. W llsaaa. ! Hm krartle eniety. Attest elertlo, Uat. Both bodies litTt adjoufne.1 till lbs T,(l. Steienei latt ol Richmond, baa 3rJ of Jimmy. opened a Cutfecllonery tl Klnnard'a old of A. M. FilMd, A Milor the INAAf) jh.KTF.WAKT, lUtd. lata Sheriff of Uocoln, hu piMed I In Ben MT. VEltWON, KV., Al tnd Jim IlurniMteoldTom Wou'i ATTORNEY AT LAW, Toweky Morning, December 20, 1881. -- A bill Bxler t pectltr for tll!e( II- - ot Bolr, 125 ibup, aientina; IS2 Ihe. al -liRiLftaelll Mt. Vornon, Ky. llctnit al fCO hu lieen 5 cents. qnors without EDITOR. W. f. WtLTOH, L. W. IlnJeun ihlpiwil lo a Umlaelll (Jriscrrlra, llittn, reported In the Kentucky lluuee. Pratllrea In Ihe (iurla ef rWlre.!le aii.1 e.ialnf ItHll I'.v ta Ilrflr th lW. llOOla, NhsMHI Krpt In lielfer, roesllfa ant Iyens. Oanrl or Senator BMn: A bill tu teiieix! ll.t set butcher, list week, t .1 yrir-owi-iwuri-iieurrylhlnojI'iaHiilly weighing 1,867) pound., for which 1 1 got rtgulitlnK ihteiireejiui, and ptnt In pRBSEirriNQ our n Final C.iiisM Nlorr. a sued on warraati lit tirant lands uf llili 7) ctntl per pound. to the public thi notiiot, we N M M. miKDKTT, They ennatanlly bey aaJ sell -- Outlet M. lteid ind Williini While GimmAHwllh! pardonable pride though not entirely art at home from College. While Ie pick, ATTOH N CY AT LAW, Bhlnslee, Fosta and All SorU ot Mr. HinaforJ lis e kill Wort 1. g free from mbgivingt. The underUk-laLumbor at Fair Market llatoa. hut not etrlouily eo....,.MI.a Terhune, i,f House to empower Unculn oiunlj In Is a heaTjr one, but we ere greatly Mt. Vornon, Ky. and Uktndeef poitlon of the rouil-h- i net "'"r Mtrcer county, It Tiellllg at I'rof. Inlnee Batter, Egg.. icitt encouraged by the liberality of our In Stanford for itrttt purse). Conntry Prxxtoc wwla, alia a Tht wlfj of tht late Kid. It P. Kick. nt-taWill prartlr tie rrarnelea la tlofkfe.IL tint hlefcMt market Price. merchant!, each one ol whom, without Th rnemUre of the I.tgUlalurr, with tU, bu decided lo more hit body from our eeustte ss4 la th Court f trpels, tingle exception, agreed to our ad- - tlitir ilattri tad their etiualin and llielr Cemetery to ont nearer her. Mr F. II Spsetsl sttsttts (tee t eolleetleae. a UUOtlllUD IDTKTIM.1MT. tf ranee In admitting rates, without a aunts, aratnjtjlnf.al III iin-- t uf tht Abbott,with Parie, lefl here lo day (Tuee. It. AllinU Kiiwelllot. da,) Our subscribers, too, hate Butt, a visit lv Iheand profit luUiJe. word. Il II rumored thai nur friend W. It. It will coat $10,000 acted handsomely and we set out with tht law rxpilrlof Btttlty (Hpeace.) I aoon In unll hie d.a- A niemler want acfairer prospects than it usually -- Ann lUrrrNkw Yuit (ir.ini- 'BIIODHKAD, KY.t the Justices lo meet with the G.untj tlty with that of t ery charming widow, Seven Judft In tht Court of Clilnn tealed, near lown. Tht titremt youth of tht I corded luch an enterprise. tKLRR )l yean ago we came here an entire and ilea tht wholt aiitborlit 1 Hit Judge. (room Is til lhat ctuaee any duubt on th Old Santa Claus' Headquarters Gencra, Merchandise.Drugs.lt, subject, itranger and purchased the good will If the bill Imim a liw, lh uis.ietratee Th A'ntVrpeue appeared Friday, aa in occupation will be font. and plant ot the Interior Journal. moet nujatl Ww.ir i larnvtork of ilf-nt- ! .JJtsI(VlUlpf, WILLIAM M. WEBER'S h.v. whirl. t.wlUclll Uwf Than Is a bill on th" Calender to re tdeertiilng ihtet, chiefly, with W. II the number lock a rftiu.iU Mm of Iru in4 MIicIdm. Taking Into consideration f Chiptir 05 uf Hit General Dunlip, tt Iht wheal, and Charlie Webb, prsl that put i iTrwCvlpltOieW CfrtfiUlly TVtat etiu ajuta wllla J, of newipaper attempt! that had fail- Btalufca which allot th Aiil-Un- l 8.cr. "mud clerk." Il will be taeued weekly, al DRUG 4 BOOK STORE MLVernon.Ky. j . jK-.rr year ed here, there were many opinions tary of tht Butt a aalirj, and it ought lo tht nomlia! price of City cents nesra. CrabflrcharJ rialla. White a ao4 t'arsllare, tr A pul Haeoa sink ! IIoIU.T rood.. rn.l.lln f A rraiiruss. uttcer .ill eel aa ncn Mty II proeper. Iwcolue a law. Tint ! expressed that we had made an Uaehlse Hll.hr la tne llsmllsOrfsa lee trt. e eJ Tht Trustee. p...el an Ordinance t'hulivrapli Allxuaslaerealiarlety, Ms.iesl Isalre- - Siirtia. llrsaa. aJ Mstklseasttaihar Hlrea. ibJ hliHflse llln Ihioka. bad Inreatment. The good l Crit-u- e anyway diawin 12 fur eeere egtlnal Brick at the hlla eatlsrsrtMW soria, Tellel Kta, La. wsrssalsiltoalse slsr.an.1 .mi.. firtworka In Ihe lown, hul hue or- illra' Ik.lt., sll an.! IWk.l-ltoul- .. e IhonaieJ. Any en wl.aiac ssf - I Inn W to la iasm lilnkburii t.strscl'.l'oo.Itriw.! people, however, teeing we were de- patdiiti '.hat aaw writs foe r Jewelry .r Isj. , lhls la our lis lll .lr..fll .In, fill.. Ar A snlrikllt Th lluuee hu pMl bill ! ieiUire dered a "euspension of tht rulea" from 8 JI- -. axl fienlleaiea, choir Ha Lsndles, lire Crack- - farther neillralare litre aa atrial and Ue roa- termined to make It a success, came T..K?d tail tltai IB neatj piwtw taw v ns f.r wiling till 12 o'clock, Saturday nl,hl, during era. If a llnni of $15 per siiuum nobly to our.tppport and gave ui a cariK ihe hill which tlmt tht small bu may "pop" aa erlglinlly- - ri-- d subscription list excelled in numbers prof ided that tht nioner rtelite.1 el.oult much aaht pltiaee. Tht Internal lUeenue Cullectura Of-fi- e by but few papers in 'the Bute. This go tu tkt Sinking fund, but Mr Hereford bu been remored from lie cr.ujd 1 hat encouraged us to make a still mod lo Insert Bchuol rund In lieu quarttrt oier Lillird A Co '. eloit, to th which wae adopted. effort In their behalf and Sinkltg Kund, further . Clark, of (Wee, eei.l.iile U coromodiona roomi of W. O Ilridler, un what sow teems to be a rath move lieTti thit thert Ii muirtl.iiig 'eulitis In Lulagton atieet. O.n. Ltndreui has filled opt nictofSct Inlheretr roum f..r ment, we intend to demonstrate, Is just Denmirk " Tht Oorarnor in hie -- i IImtc mow on Itniiil Ihe at feasible a one at the weekly hat an that the Audiliv'e e.tiui.t. ! r tht LiuiMlf and deputy. Th front loom te Droved. Our town and county wat jeir ending next October, show, thai Ihcrt occupied bylbt clerks, etuhmere csese. Ac, tht wbolt preaenling never in a more prosperous condition, lit d.Scli of $400.'.6203 Tne Audilur tnd builmat likt appearance.tn tmo.Ing ! (leneral Assemand the spirit of enterprise in Stan hu made no report lo ihe an.l Col Clark Jim Dillon hugtntloCliicinnill with bly ae Iht law reipiirae, ford I unexampled in its previous cttllt. Jim eipatlalM Isrgel on the reck wanle that repirl at llieaili-- l tsrwibl To be loinul la tlmt loon. A Iteintet wilh which train, are ruu on ihe hittorr. We hope to assist In this oiouitnt. C. 8, for instance: Htiiwtwo etcilanaol spirit and to that end eommecdable MOTES Or CUHKEKT EtEKTS. a freight Inin running full eiwtd: ihe 2nd It will will bead onr entire energies. Tht Osrfield M.muuient Kiln, I hu tction ooly 5 or tea feel Ubln I the tint, be noticed that the paper It somewhat tfttr which ht look a seat on tht iter grown to $77,815. smaller, but we have exchanged at a 3ST0TIO3STS, It la laid that tht official head uf dl. platform of tbt cabooet and tried to relarge cash difference, our Cincinnati Swop it likely lo bt cut oil member t abort prayer. But like Iht man Cylinder for a Campbell Improved lluw will tht hone threw U iht mudhult, lb beet Il it uld that ht could do wat "Lord make ue thankful ucceed P.M. General Jeuiee. Power Press and at it it large enough A bill Ii before Congreu to reduce tht for wbtt wt trt about to rectln." to print a paper nearly twice the tize Tlicy ever lincl, 3 to 1 cent. HT. tERHOH DEUKTHCHT. of this, we can enlarge, if occasion re pricaof poetige froua It ie now eiliuiUd that iht trreiri the dimensions of the quires, to nearly Sam. M. tunttt Cditor. of penaione hill will la II t $000 000,000 old Courier-Journa- l. Oflicen of tht Sunday School for Juha W.Utrrtll hat been tlecied 1882 will bt electen ncxl Bund. The price of the paper hat been Preeidenl of lb BilliuionA Olil.. K. It. And other Firo Arms There will bt a grind Chrietmu minfixed at the low rate of $2.50 per an- for th 24lk lime. strel peiformmct tt tbt school house next num, which we will iu every case re Th Grind Optra Huuxit Culunibui, Saturday night. We Ohio, wat buroed Friday, earning a ) of quire shall be paid in advance. Thtairiefull of railroad talk. In thousands of dollars by the $20,000. No lode hurt. have lott imagination Ihe whi.tle of the K. C There hie beta another oul rlx umI credit tvttem. and that It at much at coming into town, are already today 3,S88,000 buahela art landing l heard. we can stand at preteut. Cincinnati and other poinU. Married, on Buuda evening at the We intend to make intuy improve ruinaiiuu Gorhain failed lo gat th rtutt. J., Ilan rttldenctof the brlde'e father. Mr. Wni. uieutt iu the paper at we net under tf Aaaiataal Etcrtlary Mc. Clure, Jr., to Mm Georgia, bimgeet crofl Daiie, la tht lucky luau. better headway, late news by daughter of T. J. Itensell, Ea.). fur Congrtei will adjourn y beiog among the most import graph An effort will bt made lo halt the wttka. Meanwhile ippoinlui.ala fur ant. In fact, we shall endeavor to Legtalatura repeal the local option law ol will of count, It our. Ihle county. If It eucceeds, the tuwu make each issue at nearly equal to i Tht Increaae of ronaunipliun of Iu must be incorporated, or iu riliiena lefl In they are pub bacco lo Iht United Btilea fur the C daily on the days that lithed at is possible tjr ut to do. But cat yeir over tht prtiluuiont wia 10,000, . the mercies .of the commune. It Ie reported here lhat Hon. John D. We 000 pound. we have made enough promise. Wt art tu voU again on Ihe new cmi While hsa secured Ihe appointment i.f J. thai) now devute our whole lime to question In 1883 un the uld plan, M. Lesth, of Laurel cuunlr, as mail fulfilling, only asking the public to etitulloa if tht toverlgnlv cunienliun hill dun'i scent mi the Kuuiiilla Branch railroad The belter clar of Kepublicane in thie patronise us at the tueriu of the paper paai after tht receae. art dieguilad with tht tppoinlment. shall deserve. ' Tht Goitrnor haa act Januar 27, a. W. M. Weber, Jack Adams A Boo, Iht day lhat Maior Illcki, who luurdered We hope the Leeitlaturu will re Mr. Willlami of tht C. B. R. K. ihall and J.J. Wllliama gait $1,00000 each, peal the law granting a special tax to hang ky Iht ntck till ht ii dead. and J. If. Otler $.100.00 to secure Ihe K. the Agricultural and Mechanical ColOther citiuni BtprtttnUllit Chtlutrt Introduced Junction tt tblt place. lege at Lexington, aud if a special bill pruiiditf for tht Ia.ua of $350,000, gait from $100 00 to $230 00 each. The total amount aubecribed wae something tax it made for anything, let it be lor OOOin Traaaurf note, to b uaed In .up- (t it much planting Iht circulation of tht National oier $5,000.00. the Common Schools, Limbsrt Thouion, Iht Inditlduial more important that all the chilJreu bauki. Walah, Ihe New Yorlr nan who tub who was mentioned last week-baring should get even a better educatiou bed to death lila twttth.trt in a taoiutnt beet arretted fur stealing aerenleen Lush-el- s of wheat from II. D. Burnett, was for a few to get a collegiate of jtiloui freniy, will bt hung on tht 20th than coune. betides it it urged that the of January, tht Court of Appul hieing tried hat Saturday before Esquires White-hea-d and Tharp, aa an examining Court. confirmed tht lenience. XsiifllcNM special tax It uucoutlitutional. hu preaeul-t- d Tht teldenct itry posiilrelr eaUbllihtd friends of Gen. Woliord claim a bill lo Congrtat lo appropriate $10,. Mr. Thompsons guilt tnJ Iht Court rt The that he will go into the Couveulion 000,000 for luppltioenUl lid Iu free quireu a oonu ol J."A)lor tilt appearance choola in IboM Blalet and Terriluri. al tht Circuit Court. Falling to girt Iht with 140 volet, and the old warrior bond, lit was sent lo jail. whtrt Ibtrt It Iht moat llliltrac. loelt confident of success. Chief Engineer J. II. Ledard, of Iht It la txptcltd that billa lo iht wae at tht (Julie. u trial amount of about $125,000 will bt tent in ktnlucky Central, and a corps of assist Friday, and telegnphed Iu hie ppef lhat for ttrrlct during tht lul lllneai o( ant anglnttrs, arrived hert Saturday ereu-In- g and began yealcrday morning to sur Pntident QirOeld, of which tmouut tht ht airtr aaw a tantr man or a wort o actor than Iht tiiaseln He eeeuia tare phiicltnt, Bllu, Agntw and Him-llto- rey tht route fur Iht extension of their i. will rtctlit road north from Ihle place tu Boone's Gap. to haft itudltd hie part Iu the uiluuteet II. C McDowell, a member uf tht Our ptopli think there ie a fair prosptct detail, tnd play Il wilb a aklll an.l earu-UieOaring tu Iht Lcgliltturt from Allen counle, Iudlin. bora ol f.r tht Junction of tho K. C and L. A N. t thit place, and they trt correoodingl ickneea, md probablt daalh of Iht wift of hu bttn COBilcted In Iht Uliilcd Blilee ont of tht Jurore, a dalaf in Ihe trial Is Court at Fort Want, of rending ob eeut jubilant. Tht road hsa already been lopoatal carda through Iht nialli to a oung cated from Kichmond suinh of Bout'i tiptcttJ for two or three daja. Gsp. lady. Of count ht't a lttpuhlicm. IllVJ. II. llKKweTCH, a l'lilladtlphit On lut Thura.la sitae'. t. Mturs. Geo. A clerk in Iht Uuleiillt I'u.1 Offi t aln, bit lawyer, at ujlj e houie-ma.lW. Dunlsp and W A Yanils, Eeangeliats, hu Urea suidtcrii h th la'k began a meeting lo Ihe Chrlatiau church fact having Lean burned In lufabcy la Iu changt of fuitmaatcre in thai ciiy. Mr, luocttd Wijne McVeigh, ae Atloraef Pendleton ehould uat Ihle lualeut ol Ihe ttthlsplace. Bre!cea art held twice a Qtneral. lit hsa Iht repulallon of being The serGuileau cat to point th luur di, ifteinoun and al nlxM. mons of Mr. Dunlap art eloquent, earnest, t good lawrtr. al of bit ci ill aeriice refuriu trguueut. thoughtful tnd tmprtsalee, tnd tht music Til Kepublicam art Irtlng to uiht A pluter of Parli cut wia made of liwjere by Ojlltau'a head, Saturday, lo do which hi furnlahtd b Mr. Yinllund t lllll organ placee for more brukru-duw- u GENTS' FANCY 1-- 2 HOSE, to increaet tht nuuher of hair and whbktrs .had tu bt ihaitd oB, which tht ertngellels tarry with them propoelng Court ol tht Clerk Mill, tht aculptor, wtnla lo make Irom place lo place, is full of melody and Judgee of the Supreui Up lo Sunday night there Unlltd Btatca to twenty-onbuaU of him for salt, ni ihould not penuailienesi. had been no confeaalnns, but Iht Interest With III new it ami carefully print Irnigint Ihty would be grelllr In demand. la Iht nittllng wia rcn.liutl Increi.Ing. Henry Whttl, charged with lUiling el ptgee, tht Nelaon Jiteoid ie fairly out Dieil, on Bun lay morning, ISt'i rial , Wt congrtl- - bondt from a Lexington bank, la out on Mre. Addit (Horde) McKee, wf, of ihinlng Iti coterupurariee. you brother Murray, on jour eel- - ball again, tht jury hating failed to agree. Dr. W. I'. McKet. lilitt Her death wis Thli It tht ant blood for Hear, and It dent proeperoni coudlllun. udden tnd consequently unexpected, ma llfel bt predicted thai he will nerer hnr In Kuaaellfllle, bt comlcttd now.no matter how guilty he She was a moat eicellenl chri.lian lady, A UTTI.l Itemed by til who knew her She leeir of mother lllllt may bt. hot off tht whole t uunx-eth hoy'e head, ami eMeid A Cincinnati crook and hunloalier a hu.hand and f.iue thildrea Tht deal re lo child being lust a week old Htr murder tetue lo coiut naliiraltf tototrUln tr wit trrteltd for letting up t giui In clau In Ktnluckr. Lexington, K tnd jailed, hut afterward deaths! a moat sad affliction to her bus band who Is ont of tht noblest, most K. K. FartiiMAM A Una, tditrllalng gart bond and iklpprd tu Canada, where men God tier mad. Fur agenU of Clnrlnnill, hilt filled (T) and he It now awaiting tht rtreplinu of Got And him and for Ihe little on.a thn. suddenly Kortu. traor Bltckburn'e parduu. I'uel tht vtwapaptra art out tht Ooitrnor ought Iu bt bounced fur bertfl of a uolher't csre, lh heal Is of ll.t natal, lit gele ue fur uuly $J5. coruoiuully gioullu sympithy. pardoning luch a ecanip. Tht Blatt Orange met at Ilarditown, Eiery dullar (of Iht Virginia debt) Ut weak, tad tleclrd I he fullowlngoffiotrt hid been ohttlutd front truitlng creditor., ar. Tmioj iutiiaTii.iai.Tk. & for thttniulng jean Mail. r, Jae. !.Ntal, btfort tht wtr, by IbiKtalr, Ihroujh her Iltrrodiburg, Ky J Oier.ee, J. I). Cltrdy, constitution!! authorities, and bad been J. W. UKOW.V, Ntwiltad; I.ecturrr, Oeeu It. Uli, Union; ItiMled In laluee whlih lurilf lo Ihle Sttwaid, itevjituln P. Doom, Ilarditown; AT LAW, di, tnd art now tnjotd by htr illli.be, Asaiataal bleward, llaruon, Uoylt Increasing their wealth and cuiufurt end Mt, Vornon, Ky. oouatj Chi(.liu, Alntr Kiug, Cui'eCreek-Trtaiurt- r, tht power uf th Common wealth Jiuiit M. Clash, llopklniillle; coupuUllou, Goiernor itollldi'i . .IviciUwe la all lUe IVurta. Otlce Muuta sMe BtertUry, VV.Blilky WUmu, bhslbyiillt. ll-lyr- .) Halt ureal. Itcaaff, B'XJl.HTOTIXJ, 3CT. tn8t CLARK &BAKER lry Jolis w., s. jmmm Nllll Iiiin Tor nalp I ho vrnHilrrfHl M WATERELEVATOR Over 100 now in use in Lincoln Co., and we refer by permission to the following : John J. McRoberts, H. S. Withers, "W". H. Anderson, A. X. Denny, R. E. Barrow, John "W". Logan, A. D. Newland, John M. Reid, Thornton Porter, W. H. Hays, S. H. Baughman. Dr. C. Fowler, G. F. Peacock, Adam Fatkrt A Merry Christmas U 1I Albright & Oo. .. )lii W.tiZ Carpenter, G. L. Carter, Peter Carter, A. A. Warren, R. S. Lytle, S. J. Embry, l.M J. H. Shanks, J. M. Philips.W.T. Green, James Hendricks, M. G. Nevius, Geo. D. wearen, T. W. Miller, Givens, Dr. Bailey, John Dudderar, Jno. BaughTfcKImiey Merchant. The licadlng man, Sr., John Shelby, John C. Fry, E. B. Beazley,R.C. Warren, R. & E.Woods, & D. S. & ,. JONES SONS, Goods J. G. Seargent. See your neighbors who have them in use. ! Choicest Christimas OF NEW STOCK DRY ScC iax m. m m&mmxm rig m 600JS, IlnTcJuasl rccrltftl iiikI will kcrp rouiilniilljr on hand fresh Hue of Ihe cliolwiil The Best Lot of Hats! - TsOADIXO Groceries,Confectioneries, -- A.3ST1D- mtKFXII SHOT - G1IXN, FAWIILY Soil They nre SUPPLIES, Tossiblo Margin. or MiiIIIiikIj'si (superior the CJimmIis All of which Ihcrwlll at the Very Lowest alrso iikfiiIn for stiile SPECIAL ITEMS FOR- ' Woolen mill Yarn, lu l.l J. R.WARREN & SON Goto the G-ROCERI- ES I. O. STORE!. I'oKl OHIcc More for Ntnplc unit Fancy THE HOLIDAYS Gents' Silk Meal,Plour, Lard,Potatoes Tinware, CJlaNHwnro, We Uld in, before the a Hiiiuefs QUEENSWARE, W00DENWARE.&C. lite rise in same, a Urge and And SUSPENDERS, Variety of Coniploto Assortment of Canned Goods, We GLOVES New Hue of Such as Corn, Tomatoos, Poas, Boaus. Poachos, Foam. Itaspborrlos, Strawborrios, &c. base ea b.oj, sUu, a sturk tl Coal Buckets, Kitchen Sets, Shovels, tfco. Pokers, Wmmm SeefewetWi Collars and Cuffs, Produco of all kinds taken in exchango for Goods at the highest market price. DRESS SHIRTS, OPERA HOUSE BLOCK -- DCALLll 1N- ASHER OWSLEY, - Elegant line oi Hardware and Groceries. largest assortment of STOVES AND -- IN GRATES TOWN- FINE DRESS SUITS, COAL HODS AND VASES, $10.00 TO $25.00; FIRE-BRICK - & OLAY CHIMNEYS, s, - ATTORNEY bud SILK PLUSH HATS, Iron, lVail, HoiHe-Iiooroadie' Iiue iSliocts, Salt, Iiimc and Cement, Best Boots in the World ! QUEENSWARE AND TINWARE, WHEEL BAimOWS, IIINOE8, DOLT8, BRUCE fc CO. Wagon and Buggy Material, VUkM WON 1IAKUKD HIKE, Ac. j5tmf'lttMuJnimmr3jonriKV QTA.XTB'OIlia, 3CY. ToMdiy Mornlig, LOCAL Titabttl tlgm In town al Halt ntllej't. Twofor fit cent Dcbr 20, HOTICtS. 1881, Tn rait ht been no new dtTtlopmentt la Iba 1'otl Ollca mttltr. Mr. Alford b.t con. recelVeJ at McAllater A llrlglit't a th appointment, but ha had not fmh tunnlf of Orantt. lmona. lUnaria.- - Urnied al th. adjournment of Conn I a noulI not u aurpriieu II Cocoa nolr, California l'tart, ate, a new ntn altogether will bandit Ilia mall. Don't fort tl lha l'oet Office alore wbtn A Nun Jrrr I k ful CbrUtmat. fcina at Aihtr uwaiej a. Fob tueJlcln.l purtHWf bor bottle of A TaiNiwHt.am Mill, M.lllnilr, Mc KkTur-oWhl.kT from Mcltobert to fried whtat Allltttr A Co, will HUM. Tha Totl.t Ret. Vtae. Wrlltni for tbalr cuatomtra on ThuraJaj, Waakt oJ holldar preetnt of ill kind, tl grlal mill haa bttn In aucctwiful optratloa A U. ell.l..'.. tl ' for NTtrat wrath HOLIDAY I'lHENT. wetcbee. lewelr Tilt crank lhal talartprtMnta lha la greet YarletT.enJ cheap- and tlWtrwtre r Iban erer tl I'ennr A McAlleler a. Mialh Ktnluckj Dl.trlct In Confrtaa bat do to Fannf A McAlliter'a for Tour liol-IJ- had anothtr crank named appoint gift. Hanla Claue ku telabllehcd ad toall tnnt on lha Knonlllt Ur.ncb. It ua it a thamt that oufbt not bttoltrtttd. querler Ibtrt, with bit aad beantlful. In tha oouatrjr. naealA.Owtlet'e. HAMILTON Hrilt. PLOW! alwate 01 Mr. J.T, Harm hi. hod. to Loutvllle aaedelA.Owelej'e. to l.j in a complete .lock for btt irttn Karen KAUiira, cnrraot, citron, tin' Urocery. lit propoaeelo hart tTtrtblag Jie. Ac- - tl A.Ow.let'e. lliu itock o( Cktnploi Bailed Wirt on thai la nod to tat for bla cu.lomtrt and full itock of Clocke el I'ewi McAllater 'a. Bona nice old countrhaim for Uriel Jitw joueomtln to buy jour candlrt, nut., raiain, orange, and tuch, fur Chriatmat. Hi aura to rttd tha adrtrllaamtntt In tblt lue, especially that of llruc. A Co, Th.lrt I. tha largeet tad Let .lock of fowl. Uln Uiihmi . !th bd renli HKtOHAL Arotuer larft and bappj crowd wit prattnl at lha IEInk, Friday nlxbt, IncluJ-in- g many from a dlttanc. Neil Friday catttr, it a ue.t of lb Ml. Ma.Tltf W. Miuiixi cant uf from nlf bt all lli tkaltr. will ni.ik and apptar LoultTllle, feelerda, to tptail lb. boll iu fancy coalua. and f real prtp.ratlon. artUInf madt to matt lha crtnlnf a Otje. Mia. IIellk Ciiexault, of Louie-til- l, bif tucrrtt. honored tht Hlnk with br pretence Crtr Cui'RT. SUphtn Ilroiifbton, of Friday night. Laurtl, camt btra Friday, In March of a Mac llvnuu, of Bloom. man who bad robbad bla barroom, and lofton, III, I. oaa tUIi to rtlalirr and Sndlnf hit trip la Tain, decldtd to hat a frltoJ. btra. Unit fun. lit fut rlproarloualr drunk, Ma. AKtiMaaJoe. Set kaiick return. and triad to taka lha town, but Jim Nun. tl Taeterda from a Tiall to Mr. Jobn ntllty and Alltn I!tily ran him In, and eJeretaac, In Labaeoo. afiara nlfbt In Jail, City JuJte Hill Eo.d -- Col. W.O. Welch, J. W. Alcora aol him i and cotU. JuJf. M. C8un bar. e,oa to UbrtT THCladitt who maak on tha night of tndtftadHam Wllllamt. to tha 23d are rtqutattd to mtt at Hi. A.apb w. iuiliy i.rt Join bar buiUnJ at DadeTille, Alabama, HoUl al OJO o'clock and lhy will ba itcorltd from tbtrt In a body to lb Hall at where b. bat located forth, wint.r. I'aor. Aaar. Kooeu, aad R. W. 7 o'clock, where they will ba admitted and Ilock.r, IV,., returned from a plettaat proeldad with tlalea free of chare. The Jodflng fentltman will aaamble at J. V. Hay tialt to Lebanon, Saturday. from tbo broad f mil Ibat 111 up tb.lr den't tlora at tame hour wbrre they will rounUa.DC, lhy uuil bare batrd torn, MCuretlck.Uand.kaUt. LeaeaetereeterdaT Mia Ma. I IlKAiLir continue tirr ill. Mix BtMitKonm Ie wllUMre.8. l'.8teK. Mia Mollis Joitxrrov, of Lancuter, it tititlag Mr.. 11. 0. Alford. Miaa r'Loeuct TnutuiiaT went to afternoon, Col. Frank Woltoru, hulnf Urn anolaltd br Mr. Itarnc. for a cura of bla wouada, tha CcwurJvnil augfr.ta that tha olbtr candlJattt for Appaltata Cl.rk U Uplliej in oil, inimtdUl.ljr. It look. Ilk tttn that prtctulion will hard! aTall. Stella Maikiigbt, ln. Klebard. of liliau u. a thine; good. tOCU Koo ATTtKi. wa. for AMeaeor, by a large meal at McAtiattr A m.jarilr, Kpetking of candidate, remind, u. that there doaa not mm to be llcli for office in tbl. county a. wa. Frun Cixniuand oraafra at Hale A lhal four year. hown afo. By thl. time there Nunntllty't. ware a dot.n candidate, out for AaMor, OllTIM for Cbrlatmu at Itale A Nun-'- )' half down for J. Iter, and eo on. al Halt A NunaelUj't. bolted At the l'rlmary Election In Mercer, Mr. Jud. W. I'ulllam, brother of Jobn 0. I'ulll.m, l.te a romoitor In Ibl. office. Fa nil Ilrifbt't. At It ahould be The oflicfal nf the Chrlatlan church hate recalled th.li for-- 1 ttier faithful peator, EM. W. I. Willlama .The lleplieta hate made ariaf,i nitnlt lo build a church In I hia plica liunirdlile-'- . If. Mr. lliu Cell hae donated a lot for ' Ixylt' the pnrp.e, adj lining t'i Maa-.nl- r at tblt iwlnl. There wta a patty at Will l'..aaU'.i.n UARRIACCS. Friday night, On the return, aa reported PllELri CAnTER At Mr. Jtniea CI. tettral bufglet liectnie refrtcinry, iihI Ititlpt, en the 17th, Mr. Martin K. ttttral horwa were upeel no body huran Infant of IV, waa united in marriage to can I account tot the linil'ilal c.laplrnphr. of the Technical lerni. are conl.Ktuu Mlae Mettle H. Carter, a dtinatl I t.le.1 aame age. Dr. Ilrown't Dick, what wa. il, D tur' laat rapurt certain l!tnt. Dick 'rJSoioiis. drew out hla face lo extra nal gitude, and replied "Very low, Kir. Ilia It waa a mean thing In Kntuillant pulae ie rioni-m.and hi. r y to permit 'Tink Collag' to be told lo hi. ru. plrtllon I. nom-ma- l a eery terou a paltry mortgage. At a "Ftllli ' caae, air Cura" It attracted mora attention lo the Mr. W. II. Kmlih I. pajhir a lySlate than any other ten attraction, wiihla ing elail tu tiancuter John M l.u our borJere. Iou. Democrat. gan ia ruralislng here fur a few day, preThetlory lhal tier. J. M. Bruce had paratory, I think, to a "drumming" oain gone into the Sewing Machine bualnm, la palgn during lha holiday, with a full untrue. He t. detoting hla whole time, line of iintriiuonial paojecte Jim Aloutalde of hi. ministerial dullea, to gelling len purchaxd a heaty lot of bona while a wife, and the report may bate origina- the prlie wa high enough lo make ihe ted from the glibne.. with which he haa thing reepeclaule; he I now telling eten learned to talk af tewing machine, and by conterilnx Iheiu Into urk -- htnee, other domtatlc matter. lluetolilill can buit a packing eatablith Mr.. II. T. Herri. tMied Ubtnon ment....MJIm (loode uourna the loa of a tera! tine laat week, al the tollcllallon of heifer, killed laat week by a train on warm friend, of thel'ink Cult.ge F.lih the G S. Cure, to pray fur lha aUicled there. She I ti"ii to think thai the adtertiilng of went to Hlchmond on Friday laat, lilting a great etangtlical clrcua, and moral menrecctted premlng intitatlon. from a num- agerie, wa almplr a pioua d ! lo atber of belieter. In the efficacy of prayer, tract r.llgluiia aptctatora, but am l!aCed to reetore the body aa well aa heal the now, that there ie aoniellilng in It. A late muI. number of the Knquirtr glee, the record of the org.nliilion of a National Siciety for DATHS. intelthe encouragement of the I.otlie, a ttren.montha idd child of J. lectual and improting paatlin of ccck- , fighlln.-Mac Smith, died Saturday, uf brain wherein, al the end of a long code Heyicoux. On Friday lea, of the of law. Mlllug forth the tlhic of trim, fearful feter that it raging In tne tlctnlly mlng, heeling, pitting, Ac, It i rolmnly announced that any one ualng rud or proof McKInney, Mr. Stephen IteynoIJa, fane language .hall be Immediately ejected f.ther of Mr. Cicero Iteenold.. Carter. Eld Jo., llallou waa called from the ring. Of court each acribbler on the InteSaturday to preach the luneral termon of Mr, CI, A. Carter, who died near I'arka. rior i expected lo renew hi. loan tht d.y before. Mr. Carter had, Indulgent public" thl morning. Well, after.a hard d.y'a work, e.len a hearty we bowl We bow lo the editor, al.o, and tupper and Uen arrlalng from the table to hi. wife, and to Stanfurd, and were it fell oter and 'n a few momenta wa. dead. not for oine uohandeome f.cl.l detelop. The doctort tty hit dtalh wat cauied by an menu would feel like bowing lo our own reflection in the gleet. So much for lha tffectlon of tht brain. Kabul. Tha rtmatnt of Mr.. Nancy pturolu ptajulalu. I am glad thai I am Farr!., mother of Sir. It. U. Gentry, Sr., able lo thl Initial number of Ihe Journal arrlted here yeaterday from Sedtlla, Mo., la mw form, lo glre a nioio cheerful than haa apiieared from tbla and wer consigned to th r.rthln Buffalo health-recorCemetery. She had made ber home at quarter of lite. It,! true that Mr. Lu ber eon', for year, but in October lat anda Hocktr I .Imply wailing fur lb She hour of her departure. But aa to the olh went lo tiait relttlret in Mloouri. wa. in her 83d year and her death I. tr car.: The eymplom. in th.lof F. M Ware are flattering. There ia a manlfeet to hate rraulted from pneumonia. HnD After a confinement to ber bed Improrenient In the condition of Mr.. Bn John Kill and Mra. Matt foroter aiz montbt, during which tht d II.wkln.-- Mr. inlcnaely, yet without murmuring, Wright, are mending- -. ...Mr.. E.S. Pow with Sciatica. Mr a. Eliiabeth, wife of all ia belter, and Mr. Maiili.ll Puwell, John M. lleU, breathed her laat at 9 o'- about well......Mra. W. It. Williaiuai. able clock, on the morning of the ISth, aged to rid out. "" ed oO yeart. stoma nte yetra ago, .he W UCMORIAII. Tl MtMl Prua I(rw4 PIIONOORAPJIY DtKnas PHONETIC SHORTHAND. asHli la) 1 Purchasing Agency. IbIjhiI Ittf Ing (rnft rurthtftflf Attn vlUeKrraIam fweptrtxl hf ny tiprlciMe4 ConBCtlfl Wllh th )ardlR bmwkta tbCllf 3 irtm S(H44 Saw j ;urdi;. MdLattx IAIlMillW Vkaw.laaawa l'hel. rWrt.ll 1 inl th ri93, CkrttaxM Htm PTwMtll Mrfnlt fettWeftwfTk, will fhtMiftfrtplilc Alpbt attravMrttuwItb llraaa., fl 11 ! tlltrtimUnt, for lMifinra. tnt n (on) fT4 of W. tir..H, I IT NAN, ntlHi AMrm ClMiBDall.O. Prize Hony aniin ItwMt't To llncry9CnrfctFHrnUnre,tr, Irtnlitta DRESSES MADE TO ORDER AH Ifa.Vakr. BlUntlM. M prompt Pattlatl)rlBf iim rrnt. ... paMUr. pHrchiiB Dretwi Goods, Mil For mj palrofit, on Iht laoal Rf thttBiMl FitblonaM raf1f rarvUI 120 t- iilua I 1P UiTBnilff a - mil 11 uriHi Mf mr few tiPrtt Uveal Bg,titiMaa pkrtvlt Pikw n pairMiM III mtwhlney R innitrakriurr iilAz Ai Irraitk (In.O. FINKPIANU FOUSALE! I ll'tv ran Ahtalt. llaattXI r b t rAI,r (.Uill iMnaln tl r Mlllfitx ) tba profi ln 4V It W P. COMMISSIOHEH'S or- SHE! MffW M. MMJAW. WMlCbMtBnl Bt., Ioalilll, ftcf. Hn If rim, CarrolltoB. Ky., Dr. I)u'llf . 1tTDr.l. Ixmli-lll- fi E. (J. Ilin. ta, oribeCVBrfei-JbtirfLoalittllf, W. P. Wilton, WALTON. RltniVrJ. (I alitor Imtbbiob Joubjial, aunbvJ. IUt. (.o- - o n-Baron, Eranftliat. fcffrrnrMr (VmmlMloa( (I Be?r p) or iBfurmtioa ihowM tf. aD K VALUABLE LIKOILN Flf eiwae, Hriht'a lln Unrein Clrt.lt Own, I wlll.ea .JJmat tlrtfIlri,lna, rrnJereJat tbcfkctoWr I I CIRCUIT tXH!Rr. JOHN , HIT. , ta md K. Hrikl'. J.a l.qullf tC tb .lif lerrn, latl, .114 f tb MONDAY, JAN. 3, 1882, Ihotown of Klin iWtJ.Kr ,bftvi?a tha bouraor lea. at aaJ I r iTT Ia Mil tha fatlHw.nc .WarrU.awei liaiiW la Lin trtnaof Lsn4. HI of UtM . eo)t riHint ! laoda of Hut tract li knowB a tba and la altnitH on Flliatapth lrlbf, no lha Mat alilfaaf thoHUaroH anl tattllla turn- lwir iba Con rtI tout) aloof a (rk.ail TKKMS opening the largest and most elegant display of Holiday Goods, comprising 4tflt lj rra SUafrJ, Toys, Dolls, Statuettes, Toilet applianCONTAINING lei ACHKN, ces, Jewelry, Silverware, Books, Musictbiairjrt, tptr sol tBcr, .at.iu walo al Instruments. Candies. Fruits. &c. Aorei, Give me a call. Socond Tract ConUins It will be a saving of butlUUhJli bljblr money to you. G. F. Peacock. lltia rrao. Tht tblrl ralkl K.UIer pike; about Mlltri an I Medicines, Family Groceries, &c, I am In addition to a full line of Drugs, FJ, Hustonvlllo. Ob a. .nai. wajliuiaitjw, aro Aa aivir( h1Hlal-- i w,aiarl.a ff ! hfa aa.t l.im an I Tka w wU aat ! out J , ' 18( AnJ aJlolna bulUiOK, tba traL CU tbla faetwuioQlj tbara iro no oat- Irart fa on Ntll'a knob UoJ. It ConUioi One Hundred Aores. ftr. An) labrafllr llniUmt atallmrala axMratt booilwlth rwl M'urltjr, leMrlmc will U raUtbod liitt rtat HuU alala. A II Tka purehaotr ol iba tool uimi tair nara pom atnfl at any tliatariar lUacuulnoallontaf Ihaiala. of tbootboritra tracta aaaf bat Tba rarthaarr Mte?Mi4a forrJlo purpuM la tba Fallol 1M2, bbJ lull pttMiwalOB 1t of Januarr, 1MX, clal Coty'r ftlW-NAl'fLKT, M. toaalln- Arfdltaf I an.1 IS unolbart)iilrtd tj Tba purchaatf akall U P' gives mm C till, 18S2. J OOOI. HUSTOKTVILIjEI, 3VC. Invito all to call and 100 hii a galli Harper's Magazine ILLUSTRATED. "A Waja varied,. aye (ood.iUejelujfTvil.f. CbilM Iraoc Adaia,Jr. U.rier'a klagaaln. th uo! popular I llmlratf i Hall, it Una world, Utlo. lie alal7.b1.rlb ?olui llb tb IwaWi Noilr. wbatlabrtt la Aaartcaalluratdr aoJ.art, aftd It baa al. lla started aueeeMla Ls(la&d-wb- er. r aar In- rMiraelrewlalKeUritrlbaalbai vrou.ni mra llib meeailD 01 tb Bin ciaM- -n awat ewlanl writ ra an4 artlala or Hi arie th 1BI WIM.W1I MUMii wi UrvatUnUlD praeercaKir. wlllta .Terr rupacl e.rpaaa Comprehensive Assortment OF Ilr.mnu CHRISTMAS .A.X.'W.A.-S'S GOODS! -- a Harpbr'a Harvr'a lbr Periodicals. -M ,i T 1 PER TBAR. Groceries, 4 4 Ilarvr .., Harpfr'a wur. TbaThraaalwva pabllcatloo- iAmj vo aoaia oaaaou.... Ilarpcr'a Younf FooIff.w- -. I Ilirpor'a Maxailaa a nce.ij, Maaaalt 00 -I 114 00 00 fto HAND: Glassware, Hardware, OXT Cjft.osnisrEr fruits, AC., &C. Uarpena Franklin b,uira UUary, On jfar Oalng to the wreck C'AU. and fat of a freight train on the main ateui neir oytUrt al Idle A Kunntlltyt. Hbeppardaeille, Saturday, whereby the ompaoy lo.l conalder.bly, the panecter lliu Stock New Orleaat tuf ar (utt re Irala did not arrlte litre from LouitTille nUtd al Hale A Nuaacll.r'.. till about 7 r. M. Thl. threw many of We bate rerelt ed a beautiful itock o( our clllana out of their tnall that night Bilk Itandktrcbltf and Ure Neck wear but Mr. A. A. Warren with hla accu.tom ed cle'ernett kept the 1'o.t Office open for for the Holldtya. McAtiattr A Lylle. an hour or to Sunday morning, for their CliairrUAl wilt aoon be her. McAlla-tt- r accommodation. A Brlf bt will be btadquarttrt for cheap toy., confeclionarlea and frutla, and "don'l The difficultly thai hate attended the getting out of tbla lue muit be our you forftl It." for any of it. With TnEoonatructlon train ran latoa band we hare taken down car aMar the croealaf of Knob Lick Pike, but two dart lo go on Saturday, eallrelr demoli.htaf lha car the old preat and tet up a ntw one, tht mecbani.m of which our buatne managbut dolof no other Mriou. damaf a. er, who ha. .uperiotended It. aetting up, AatKiNMEirr. J. UUoodt, merchant, waa entirely unfamiliar, Tht coneeipienco who recently moted bare from Mllledfe-Titl- e, wa. that we did not get to pre on our made an awlf anient Friday, to Uto. out tide laat night till 2o'clock. The in. W. Bobbin, for tot benefit of hi creditor.. tide did not get to pre, till 0 o'clock Uabtllllta about J 1.400; aaatta In food., thl. morning. not, and account., probably, $1,000, Some time ago Mr. Orundf.ot the Vice Mr. Oare Raixey accidentally droTa a Hill Coal Company brought lull agalnat nail clear throuf h bla thumb, Friday, and tba managing partner, Mr. C Crooke for as inch lata the plank beneath, rortu hit there of $10,000, alleging that the com aaUly, It did not atrlkt the bone, and witk pany bad made $10,000 and he wat entitl ed to a fourth. The tult waa brought In bla pocket knife, be cut the Beth and bimatlf from the painful ailuatton. ltockcattle, butfirundy gaie notice that ka would apply to Judge Owaley, who It Ca.it Court. The cae of Hauiutl new holding court In Cmt, for a receircr Uolmea for tbootlnf Ed Daeiaon, wat to be placed In charge of effect, of the coRtlauad by the Commonwealth...... Company. Yeaterday Mr. Crook, with bla Counael for B. M. Wllllamt for kllllag attorney, Col. Sam. M. Burdett and hit Burna, announced themttlTee ready, and Mr. W. A. Ilurntlde, paaacd by agreement, a Jury wa. ordtrcd to through town en route to Liberty for the to beiummoned from Boylt, and trial purpoto of relating the petition. eat to commence jealcrday. Bodiej Reuoyed. Owing to tha fact Till Serf er. Tha I'retbrttrian ladiea that lha Owal.y lot in tha Cemetery wa. making great preparation, for their mailer than the family dr.irad, and theia are tupper, which will btglrenon Friday being no chance to enlarge It, Dr. J. B. alfbt, Tba chart a for trtry Ibinf, will and Mr. Aaher Owaley purchued a double be 75 ctaU for each frown pereon, and 33 lot In another part of the grouuda, and on cenla for children under 12 jeara, the am Friday, bad the bodlr. of Mr. W. I'.O.a-le- y Ing maalt, ay.ler aoup, talada, caka. laclud and hi. two children, r.mored to It. nuU, candiee and Icet. Aatlat Id a good. The bo containing the coffin of Mr, Owai btlplag tba ladiea, and at tba ley, who cauee, by wei buried In tha early part of tame lime giro younelf thepleaaure of a 174, wat entirely rotten, and the coffin to Up-totupper. much decayed aa to be difficult to handle. IIorii Killed. Saturday ntght at The box and coffin of Chauncy Owaley, DanTllle a, runaway hora belonging to burled about a ytar ago, wat in good condition, and tha body much Utter pre it- Brewer collided with Wake&eld'a Omnl but team, driTlng the theft of tha Ttblcle ed than would be imagined. The earth to which he waa attached eighteen inchct waa Tery dry, allowing that the decay of Into the breatt of lha off bono, from the bo aea waa not cauaad by water accu which be died thortly afltr reaching the mulating In the to. atable. Waktlald clalmt damagtt from Gave Leu Bail. County Attorney Brewer to the amount af the ralue of the Miller went out to Wayne.burg Stturd.y while Brewer Ihlnka ba ought to bora, to proMCute Wm. Q. (looch for dabbing reeoTtr tha damagea dona hit Tthlclt, Janice Eubank, and tucceeded in hating Ovr Swiu HETTLERa. Tha aaleof the him held to the Circuit Court for malic-lowounding. Ha wat put In the cuato-d- y Martin land, announced aomatime.lnce, of Conatable Klliwn who In turn put failed, becaute Mr a. Martin refuted to tign the deed, and the Bala gentltmtn bad to him In charge of another man from whom Mr, John Von Oooch racaped with but little trouble or look elaewbere for hornet, Oruagien baa bought Ike Nuland place of tkow of rttlttance on the pari of the relJtnitt Cofley, 110 acre., for 2,00, and iant guard. While In town Mr. Miller the olbera bare bought Millar A Vande learned that one l'leat. ltoutcn hid been Teer'a Qrceo Hirer farm of 310 acrtt, for wiling liquor lo minora and accordingly 11.700. Tbtra are now four famlllee lo bad him arretted but ptndlng th prepacated la the county, and they tell ut that ration, for hi. tiaiuluatlon, h alto gate Conatable two mora famillaa will be btra to find leg bait and laatlll at large. hornet In a ftw da? a. Thota btra are bard Elllion ahould bt Juat a little more iwrllc- working aad thrifty looking men, and wa ular In handling wer. accuaed of crime. are glad to bare them aettle In our uldat. If be can't alay with them bluetlf ha 1'trton. bating farm, to tail might do well ought to put guardt ottr thtin that will bold or tboot Ibtm dead un the (pot. to make It known la tbla paper, , a can of Kaddle Itock Mail Delated religion underthe preaching of Bet. Ueo. O. Ilarnet, and connected hertelf with the l'reebfterian church, of which the hae ttac been a most earneat and detout mem ber. Perfectly conacloua of her approach ing end, the talked with confidence of a bliaaful hereafter, and urged ber huabaid and children to atrita lo meet her at tha Great White Throne, there to ting the tongt of the redeemed foreter. A kind neighbor and alofing and allectloaata mother and wife, her lou to weeping friend. and rtlatite ia irreparable, but they mourn not at thoM without hope, for they hate the bletaed aaturance thai their loa 1. her eterlaallng fain. Hut eren llila can not keep back the tear of rtgret, nor entirely aaauage the grief of earthly part ing. We extend to the family our tinetr-e.ympathy, but mora eaprcially to tha children, for we too, hate Vnown the terrible pain of gitlng up a precioua mother. The remaina will be interred in Buffalo Cemetery at 11 o'clock lliia morning. fr Fuatac ' 4l1 anUcrlUia la tbo UalteJ tflalaaor Caoa4aa. TboToIawra of tba Majaiiw U(loa with tba KwabtraM J ana aaJ I'mwltr 4 oacb jaar will U underitnajJ Wbaa no Umalaapociaod.lt thai tba aubocniafT wiaoaa to iwgia wuu isw cur rtMhlo(( Bro. tV, 1. WlllUut, hta kt wm rvat nuailttr ! lbrru(htJt htr AOoniplataMtol Utrpw'a Uaailua, coajprla-Idiboul IhlrtMii 7?u oKI, CbrUUiBllfcol U jf.fi br lott for hr 9arlor kw 43 vwlumca. In seal rlotb biuillof. wUIaaenl BUribaaor. OO naa. froiahl St altitDM rouilai rtniiliel a.ir.1 .i at tu nor tiJi.ua. tloala roIuiaM. bt ftnti btt bllti In lilt rtHout unJimUUbJ, bll btr roitlcltuni f fljbt aU.piaalpalaJ.n 99. Clotb ea.-e- . (W UaJiaj, 60 !. aatl. laallwllil. bt f rt ! lo MrumtBVM utl wioeaf iBalfx to Harixr'a Mansiaa. AlpbaUtlcal, Ana- toMt(UMrtllOWtBb4J.lrUl M Bnt. WIIIllU itlcal,ait4Ctaalt.d.lor oIuoia lto6o, luclu. Ira, frva Juua, 150, to Juna, IM0, ooo vol. 19 Oof J twlruty itU ! brfuffil tfrum, U)Ijc PERFUMERY AND FANCY TOILET ARTICLES, wor, o BenllUBM ahouU bo Mado b loatlU not iuikbcr Ufa i loom btlfj Uooar UrJar or l'rafl. to btoIJ cbaoca ol I aa. tht cvDturj bt wiabkuatlj Nowipanrra art not la copf tbla aJrvrtlMBicot iMnti bo oolf biJ btiBcb4rr tbit br A lUatbara ftil. but rarrlvtl MiBligbt Into lb LmiIi of tl wltboutiboctwrMorlfroi Harpar uens. IIAnrLn unui lbMB. Whtu U Ml, m4 AdJrau, wltb bwui Naw tkik. WINDOW OLABB AND PUTTY, (Mi tlBr oa 4 u..at ka tk.11 Lahti IUkaitDirJ Blbt. tblCUB4l l urrow uIbJmaIb tliur oot u4 uur prijfr w ." waa. ll It U iioMlbla, letlbUcuppiufrow Hut our tatbtr, wboilualkall Ibliifi wall, kalh wo!l Bolocted DARBi'Sta alalria pluck! tbla fl.wer la earlj weiuta wo loss sell booj, aol lr.Dipl.at! It Iu Ilia Heareolf Klac , Uoul. II II heatotlert m cotulortla ! cteeu u. atr.riktb ta bow la buiubl. .ubail. baa aloul Ilia Will. TbeFatber'a UcohJ proialie are aeear m aMI aod preeloua a la lb bur el , PtUluf of Paaall Pol prw .allclla. rlweet neaua frvui Ileareo, ftrlDg . prffaoim. It la toua pactbatpafMtbaJl aailarttallDC. tlaairana praota aul labereat la our nrj bate re; beeer, la U nJlr t SlUttU VOX curM. J wllb tb lacar ol aT eartblf obJMl. UNO. STOW AHO CHOP. tb tadtag l a J Kmdlcul44l. ! scurvaycumllnaabwl Tb perlihlul of a cboea j tiuo. fumuter cloud, er Ue eaala<l ol aaf iuidiiu.i J . ea.ea Ttllltr Un?U UP. Chicago packer. haTe .laugh lered !,- - altraeta ao4 fltea tbe muI, but Tor .a laatint, ll la a with Tkeuibla tblt da IU too IllapwtWtlr barn.la. For bora Tbroat lutea ul llea rooua 2M.000 hogt alnce NoTeiober 1. aurarura. CuntMlonaealrojoJj 8Uk poravna pu (or learK" U tbaa, lb bar eooeaptlua oe rlfttd and niaJa plaajaol: lavarod alck rropbjlae-ti- e The cotton crop for the preacnl aea, Jm Jutblej wllb o4 rrrrnhl bf paaalDf .w.y 1. tbua alraogalr lwprulf, tba IIIAVEJUilTUI.ceiVKOANOnrr.MED wblUttw4ai FUIJ Btldftl to tba watar; on iteatimaled at 4,900,000 balea, bow dorplj tr. our be.rU Lo tbu A Montgomery man haa juat aolJ a ptue iwi; a. abjKt rUJ Iu lb lofUaat aMoel. Iobi acarokl bjr 111 uao In haiblnrr aUoaa,larerallii( aa II ua,lb bwru llcb anj aual Ivpura Air niaJa barn bog for $40.30. It weighed C40 lU. ral laM and - purlflrJ br : dallcu .aecll.ua. II moat eurel? It baa Lea e.l.ct4 wllb car. audeaprtw lbtect I lb Market. Yu wilt ad aeerTtblag that Valentine W. Gentry baa told hia iurratbrou(but koarte. Deae llulb, la ill Parby'a crtakliutBrilclaM alvrcbanl Tailor oubt to Th Block eoojprlc tiuia idoui. farm of 240 acre, to It. It. Gentry, John the up. 1'rcTCHletl. Tn Burlfl tha breala. we would not call tbe back. CluDMtb Trlb, It t 'Aod ClolhN, CuHxIinoriHt, UlnKoiiwIaiiiidtt Land A Son, and a gentleman from Caaey Nelecilon ol Want b aurpaaiwd. letjH rroui Ihe Rewl Mutitir-ie- f orleat Tueulll'l.iiur.'iih.ttll!4 lawira. uud EukIruiI. for $40 par acre. ablp Farer releatd be ll Cbolara dWIpaleJ Tru. aoul. Ilk. tbla r lakra rat The official return of the tote in Vir Jon. LAST HUT NUT LEAlT, A BI'I.l.NDItl LINEOK TRIUMIMIIH. in. bnofM all u.pltaiaut cured. lurrb r tbla aad wtebt of ura, Rtraa aad cured. Lriaipelae lUred ginia gitr. repudlator Cameron, for Got- Butallll tbM buuiaa beule will act la caae oa iDilaallr. Bear. pienalecL la, aralri And Ibrob wllb nor, 12,715 majority. death la ta aouta, 11 Done. luouUalwejebaua d iiwanl tbla. uppw III The Hlchmond Jltgultr rtportt the A. Uladlf II ! lb i alul prareutcr ua. Our apirlu aaack la eala." NCMrlet "l t Tbaaklul tor paal iron, 1 top, by ttrlcl tlUulloa to bu.Iuu, U uult a.f Jack at $810, and a 5. Yat our ae b Ike bearta lod coutlort la coo Adeut- - 1 eetllau.ae et tb. eaai. tale of a oleaaaat awaell. l t toe ant. ! Jack and two Jennet for $1,415 f Iruillm Uod a prooilaea tbat we ab.ll Beat year-ol- d j Cured br Prttloj our tea 1 Dr. F. J. Dickerton told to Mr.Jtaon IbMUoodlb. oaa. Ultra, Ac. J m .Burl. t mn.m. btararou. Walker and Jlra. Florence Walker, hia Cbrliilaa IItw. Ick rwHui.sd b.plula rcmeted be llauaa. Yl. farm of 470 acrea on Silter Creek, at $3(1 .RKWAIinitTlbllRltlb. low t.rer eradicated. I raci it i. per acre, or ntarly $17,000. Sitinfeettnt and Fnrifler I". D. Otn. It. M. Gano haa told hi farm eaaeaaau bt AY11W loaa BaM llaf u aat. be Albrllbl, guofcedU mar Ctntretille, in thl. county, containJ. II ICLINtt IO W rropeleHra. ali.u'aclarlef ing 212 acrea, to Mr. Horace lllldrrth, of llatrR YaUtnl l'MDlC iNirnUn). I ft 00 10 ORANGES, CANDIES, 00 Njf .Wptn (., UJt. KaJlk, dtufktrrof Hetllni anJ 0, U. IhiiruiwoJ. nt.Jtrlk Tb 4fw4Hl rooft.atJ brrtUflo Fell Jn 'Mtete IDKAIiEKS ItT DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, j trt J)uuJ Books & Stationery,Paints,Oils, Varnishes, Dye Stuffs rfllfliBnutbttbtlr1t htft DOStrOVGr. Prophylactic Fluid Furo Winos and Liquors for Medical Purposes. Prescriptions accurately compounded. Wo havo also a large and stock of Watcbos and Jewolry, which propose to at than city prices. Watches and Jowelry Repaired and Wariantod. liprl FALL AND WINTER OF 1881. flr; Notice to the People of Stanford and Vicinity. STOCK EVER ba. BROUGHT rl.rt bt ...... plubJ Diphtheria THE CHOICEST . ON! 7t ta'l orFruuce Iirse ri Cutting and Repairing Neatly and Promptly ra, Fever ",i .eti.uH- II. C. RVPIiEY. H "' SEVERANCE, DUDERAR & CO. $od 50 per acre. Fayetle county, for $10,000 ca.li about "BLUK43EA88 ROUTE." FOR SALE OR RENT. It la tald that the Otn eral inlendt returning to hie father', farm tbaCABDON Ilia. M oe rwst, I will itallr,troi-m- r KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. la ta tout and engage tilcnalttly In the bualneaa o' TLMelrab vn ar Tb 1 will LualUee. ...j.. ...1 1. b.II l.ir.lA.1 fur lb or cattle ral tin k bhoit-horrati. Sun. lb old lltor.il or Mil to aclea of Uad Aayoii MiU !. vUc,lwlle(rvailr.bOrcbald TUB UOetT DrJIUABLK KOUTE TO- aiatao. b fro rl J will ol.ea eJdieM Ut likcoih counrr. Huittnnlh. iWi-l- I Iovitt tht attention of tha people to their ntw Fall atock of f 1 JnalnislTilw ol ti. O. Uof ar. Bora, ta Mi. Q. M. Oleena, oa tlie lClli, a ilau.bler. Married, on the IStli IoeL, Martin f) MIDDDUIIUIICJ, I'lielr anj Mia Mattle H. Carter. k'...,u riinatantlr oa hand a full itock lit a aoU lo K. Yowall, I'at Conwar stum, llneiarf. hhect Iron aud about 80 acrea of ItnJ part of Ilia Coo. lUrdnnre. ltepalrltif of all klailt er tract for $3,740. la lit line prouptiT none at auw nrca. The Kol.hla of Honor aat out an oja. ter tuier on the CTentag of Ihe I61I1. Tlianka for Hit blJ; but bad to "little to the wedding." Ilojle county It eipecttd tu reclpl McKI.WKV. In Ihe tale llaelf Uon Ubertj, lo-Jform of walbl juirnica lo Uj Ihe caae of Fine Lot of Christmas Bern. M.WIIIIiiut. Died, at the realdnce of bit eou, near FANCY CANDIES, McKlnner, on tbe 17lb, ill. rjtehcn lUynoIJa, an old and well known ciltteu Suitable Christmas Presents. of tblt count, l)iteae, to jroen. Ml at ac aad to! lb. -.- Uk.M I Itarn that an Ktetern parlj liaa ( piled to the Ujlalalure of Ktntuck, for A FULL LINE OF 0R0CEBIE8. a charter lo conatruct a rallruad from Flat ... DRY OOODa. NOTIONS. Rock, on the C, B. to the Kallaof Cumber Oa baud al lb Ilia. land. G. E. SIMPSON, CINCINNATI! THE ONLY UNB BUSNIrlU UETWtli!. DE Y GOODS.NOTIONS SHOES, HATS, TRUNKS AND VALISES. ThtT call eipeelat attention to their itock of FREE PARLOR OAR8 BOOTS, Ioxtiiulun and Clitoliiiiutl. TIMK TABLE, IN EFKEU" MABCU II, IMI.. . . . T. J. Christorson, L. lala(ioa Uijt.llli. " " Arr Cloclo.itl Trix l'ilblia l.lwouib I aria- - . ,. . .! Its no IIM pa . aaoa mi lea ibi llliai luia luwituil.aipai pw III u i mi ate al Maya. Uarw - TH .ail til V" aadarrie Lrlalnloaal4UkUi l'floe Ill all p. bt. tn l lrll.loii alt lap. h. P. a4 lr C1ocla.nl al I aa. DBESaS GOODS, kISl TJEtllIIWCtlVOS, Alio to thair itock of CUohlnj. Bostiand Shoai, whloahava with car, and they feel confident that been laltcted v CIom coaaacltoa wad. loCtaileeill to all polata Nortb.baat and WeM. bpnlal lalaa lo LaJtraale.a Ue-BopUon roe Aaktb AMt at lb iu.r..u...l ik. oklua l.iu. Kuuto." Ivaaod Irlpllikeu how MiitillUiodlllottoUt1a- ttaNlWNHINtlWI.H ola tod rwui tkk boo.bold boenlM A. HAH.TT, U.addrM Uea. Iilaratloa At., Uaitailoa, aj. ElUlW. U,I,AT,A. JAWkaa Thy arts Of able to Show th Nioaat and tha Bast Iilna goods thie eter exhibited in .Stanford, fffl!:Htfcj!ntmir$(nirii;i. STANTOBE, 3CY, Tnestey Kenlsg, 4 what Decmbtr 80, 1881, cms nomit. to lUml by "Ami you propoM 'Easily, Otorge." TltM ilUnc fell Utwftn Ibe (wo rata for the space of a law momtnti. It wm the old itory the iwele youth petition ol poTertr-trickeasking of wealthy old age the bind of bMMty. f. K (Maalefbad lored pretty fEither DnV from hit childhood up; and Either hid returned bit lore in lull measure, but when the deckive moment came and he aiked rich old Farmer John or bit daughter, then he wat told that be wa too poor to n jouaay, ilrt" 0ge be aspiring. ll"-r,,lSin 0 Bain fleb and itrength, ..I .1.. .inl . ... ..ia, i and quiet, refrething ileep. After rruuio uufara iui low muuicu f ,h.", " fT h"e ben all feeling of fear entirely left " boaom. 6h. moved toward tbe b?"We: " .h ?'!: '? 't8'" TL" her table wben the muiic ceased, the fan nioer iikhi. ainu an mit wunoui iaa ing medicine. Hard boiled egg! are wa gently laid upon the cradle, the uot half in bad a one, uncoiled their tail from fiiur make and ten time ai eaiy to digeit a raw about tbe rockert, and iu let than 30 eggt. even in eggnog, second the whole tribe were iu the a a work. box again, having returned voluula TheCaliuucki are belitved to be hia tad atory. "Pltate, Mitt Either," the girl rily. They behtld tbe child' moth thehomelieit people on the face of the When the heard that be wat going iu her er, aud knew that their tervice were earth. They are ao ugly in appearao far away from her the girl bunt taid, extending touetbiug hand; tha carpenter juit iuuud Ibis uo longer required, therefore they re ance that their blood has been kept iuto lean. "Etber, Either, darling, dou't when' they tore away the liuquithed their precious charge info pure for teveral ages, as other people the mother keeping. reldnm intermarry with them. They cry," George faltered. "Cn"t you under Ibe titling room window" Esther took the object, uttered a The little ttory it, alai, too true. are of uinngol origin, and inhabit be true to me till I come agaiu H auu It another evidence that all tho pari tbe Kusiian and Chinese em "I can, and will l" wat the iiatsion wild cry, aud darted dowu ttair. Father, father, look I the scream the intelligence of the make kingdom ,ate reply. pire. 1 bey mury yenng; tbe boys ed. "George it innocent i" "Promite it, dear 1" wa not monopolized by that tradi sometime at fifteen and the girl at With a puuled air tbe farmer took tional reptile thai peddled applet in thirteen, "George, I promite it im my life 1" ibe marriage ceremony consist in the couple holding a shoul Theihadet of the tuinmer trening the dirty envelope and with treiub Eden. a aa ai mildewed were clotirg in at George Stanley ling Gugera extracted a A Missouri paper, to illustrate a der of mutton wrapped io a cloth, ttood at the door of the cottage Tor tlUU. hopeful feeling that tome men have and pledging their troth before the "Slipped out of my fiugert and which had been' hit home, anil held when they are in debt, tell ol a farm idols which they worihip. into that' peaky crack I "'be gaiped 'lilt nother in hi armt. The girl ha pretty eye and red 'By Jove, what wouldu't I give if er who owed Walt. Perkins twentyScarcely were the lat fare-Ifive dollars, and had owed him for lip. She is going to take a walk in sjKikeu wheu the garden gate clanged that poor boy was here uow ? I'd give year. Uoe day he met Walt and tbe starlit glen, where the cricket ou to him without oue peat for the aud the constable nl the iltn:-troaid, "Don't be uneasy, Wall. I cbirpi in the hedge and the jiggers wrong I've dene him I" up the path. have the thing all fixed by which I play in the grass. William is going In hit bewilderment Ibe ol I felliw can "George, ' the man taid, rrgrrlful pay you. Walt aiked bun bow to walk in the glen too. He will lid not notice the ttir beside hiiu, and iy,,"I mutt arret you," he bad got It fixed, and the old gran meet the girl and they will talk about ' Mr. Btauley uttered a low cry. but when he railed hit eyes at lait. In, ger mU, Well, Wale, if nothing hap. the weather. We wouldu't givo a ihere stood George Stanley with E the young man lauithed: wu, next year I hoie to raise a good cent fir that peice of court plaster on Mr. Htr.lv V ther tightly duped in hit armt I "It thit tome j'ike, crop of corn ami I intend to trade the girls chin by the time the girl be'eried; "arrett me lur what?" "Your wish is granted, iir," tbe tome of the corn for a yke of oxen, gets back home. a aa a theft." "For young man taid; "the boy it litre, and I kuow au old man in St. Charlet Mix a little sulphur with talt and "Theft of what?" but not poor. There are the billi you Uo. that oau an old mare and wants feed occasionally to ibjep. It will ef"Of a $100 bank uole." wanted to lee before I could claim to trade her for a yi.ke of oxen. fectually destroy sheep ticks. The "From whom?" Kither. Now, Walt, wheu I raise theporn and to cattle troub "Farmer Dana." But Farmer John puihed lha prof get the oxen I will make the trade lor unie remedy applied " led with lice will soon rid them of 'Merciful, heaven I I frred wallet aiide and faltered brnk th old mare aud then I will bring ' 'Mil. Dana tayt that you wtre the the vermin. The lulphurwith salt re euly : ber home and raiae mule olta aud. ouly person who knew he had the "Say no more about it, George; Walt, the firtt mule cult I tell you pay the trouble of keeping a supply for cattle and sheep. If a mixture of- note iu hit Mie.iuii, and that after take her, she's yours, aud inav .Jlrav hall have the uioueyl" oue part of sulphur witb seven of salt yoii ihad called uioii him be fell eu forgive me, and bleat you "both. Wtw, ltkAU EiniEK Way Our be applied, there will be no troubio ttileep: iwhen ba awoke the note wat See here, ' Mr. What' ver name. I young friends have heard nf pilin- witb vermin. tone." a aa a " .....i ' iL. want you to get through" with these drums I II I i,d words or, Hues., that read "YUy tuouiu lie KGUN WO Tiik churches will keep on until iu double quick time, improvement 1111 the same backward aa well for there won't be yousg mau cried, iudiguautly. auy fun left. Thel'res-hyteriafor there' going t be a weddiug next ward. The fulluwing seutui.c, prin "Uecaute an hour after you left the week 1" won't lat people dance, the ted in the London Truth, aiini.lv farm, you purchased a ticket for Ne MelhoJiit kick on imoking and kilt -- vaOatlikllOObil." A curlybeaded, olive ikiuueal young make senta read word by word either ing, and all the qburchet prevent some.......Wrt,,..,.., J.. uilue." way: mau walked into a III o ad way furuidi wat trie "Soloiuou had vast Irteauret ailver thing. It will get to after while that "Ah, but Mr. Dana hat identified lug t tore a day or two lines aud of and gold things precious. Hippy all we cin do will be to join the Bap- the bill ai hit. I'ju afraid, Oaorg. fered to buy all the jierfurated coiu iu r.iil.lul lists, and go in iwimming'Tli JUap with the place at a discount. About 15 in and rich and wim) was he. you mmt come to the lock-utits will never go back on a dellowi' terveil be Gml, uie until you cau havu au texuiina tilver wai handed over to him ami I'eck's Sun. going in swimming. lamented nlleii !. "She isdly, a a paid for, "What do yoa dd with il?" lion." much alone. A reii'irkable feature ol this year's he faced the ditgrace, the young inin wai aaktxl I sup Like a mau "Man ii noble and 'UilwiTconl aiid diguified uutil be port toy wife aud children with it hut sometimes vain andceuemui often IjJhcco growth ii the production of a cowardly. crop in Kentucky from the on I lie fnllowing day, Uo you know anybody that' gol Carefully boiled eg are go hi and anckers, where tobacco was cut du-- ' agaimt Imu not beiug auy more?" The hule iu the coin are the evidence Youth's L'iuiuii.ii.i, palatable riiiy I l.e drouth. I.iko reports come contldereil tarinui eunuch tocoudaiuu filled by pawing irou wire through WUKTHEH or not filhet lnvo inter (mm wiiue of the seed leal districts. theui nd clippiug it olT. A liilln him. , So he went Weil with a heavy batmneriug and buruiabiug tuaket vala of ileep, like the laud aiiimali iih Ii la raid that the second crop in maproved better than the heart, tu ivek hi fortune, knowing tbe deoeptiun oumpUto. which we are familiar, has juit Uu ny imlaiice a 'lliat out of bit III long friendi, El decided. Th curious behavior of a lint. "Vuj., mein freut," taid au old ther aud bit mother almie deemed A Fiiknciiman learoiug the Kng-- ' carp lu the Berlin aquariiliu him guiltiest ol the galling charge Jew tu Lmd'JU who, afttr having re attraclol atteutioii, and iuvtttiiiaiioii lil. laiuuige complained of theirreg-covered from a fit which, it wat iliowed that the fiib, when in certain ulailiy id the verb"to go" the present . agaiuit hit uaiue and Inmur. thought, would Itriuiuatc iu death, . . jA yrweut round, an I it wa in which they would remain iHiattni which some wag bad written the tpring time of auoihcr, and HI a crucifix that had been thrust for hotira were in it at lit r silirii it fir him a follows: "I go: thou ' Kither prayeil day aud uight for the In hi face by pioui Catholic iuiuiiiou Souie of theiu slept so souudly that itarleai; he departs; we lay tracki; welfare aud tuccttt of her absent ed to auiit him home, "I cau Uud ouly repealed blow or ihakiug would you cut ticks; thouab3quatuIat or ike- you two ihilliog on it." aatiuie. lover, awaken thera. Alter itaring fur awhile in dumb farmer dsspair at the where he eat In hit great chair beside the tanay window, George plucked up (uAoiaot courage to aik: "And ii my poferty the only objection you" hare to owning me for a unfa-law- . lir ?" "Because I uu uever love hiiut" 'That' about the long and ibort "Ob thal't all right I lu (he uuau of it. bit boy, wat the prompt ret time, I'll have the carpenter- - round poete; 1 had to maka a neat before In tbe morning aud have theui tluow ,' I caught my bird, and I don't quite out a bay window iu the tee war other nieo ihould not do the 1 limit'' And with a juial laugh the old "Quite right, iir," said the young mau tauutcreil dowu the atepi and man. brightening a lilUe; "but say away through Uin lUiiiliiue. ,.l ak how wealthy I must be before I Up In her chamber that tilght Ei "can DropoM tor Either T ther atood at tbe window au I raiie--l a Farmer John ttroked bit chin. pale, t law to the twinkling with a coert smile playing about hi tart. draw i feature,' and, weather-beate"I will die firit," ibe murmured, ing from hie pocket an enTelope retolutelr. "for I have iirutuUed which contained a 1100 bill, the ptjea George that I would b. true tu l.iio, of tome land which had been lold that and I will not break that pruiuiae." day, displayed the crisp note. Bright and early upou the I'ullow "Wbea you can abow 100 grata with my ing. moral ug ibw appeared at break backs like that, HI part lait, and, though her father eyed her daughter." keenly, be never miatrutled tho conright, sirgood bye." "All flict she bad been waging through tbe ? "Where are you going dead waitea of th previou nighL "WeiL" With a thudder uf horror Either, " Andao they parted; and ao lightly heard the carpeutera bagin work at did the old man taluk of hit harsh tbe liltiugrooiu window, and wbilo treatment that, lUleuing to the drone her father itoud iu frout u( the houm wiih the id the rose tree out planuiug tome allaratioo of the honey-beside tbe window, he fell asleep in the architect, the lied uji'tu her room Ui lumhine, bia arm retting upon the ilifle ber uiianry by raadiug Uurgd'a window till, the envelope cuntaiuiug lait letter the twentieth time. ' Scarcely had the coucluded the per thetlOO bill in .hit baud. George htd hurried to uiai oi tbe firtt pt when a rap came Meanwhile tbe trytliog place, down at the stile upon tbe door, aud upon optuiug it, l iu tbe meadow, and had told E.llirr Either encountered the Haflnj'tatlm ftr Kitttt. The oaly happy moraeott ol her Hie If Huthitttii tf Stmt Oihtr Lisr. An young lady and genOver the hillt, not three mile from were wben the aat witb toe widow Wtv.irvlftlBJ,lll rtl U lb htgh Whitehall, tay the Tina, retlde a tleman play gamea of euchre nightt tUJr( Stanley and talked of George. in the toiiiig ady 'a parlor, under the Saturday, December tho 24th, 1881, Ob, how happy the poor boy might taanily who h$ve a little ...... ...... m .lhTivffn a ..BAA...B..I iimi aal.nn tA !.. Ii. I. In have len could he have heard thore prattler. Th family have a box of WKirciiici'k ll..l iich ua --line lie i. iu "i--",-- BIBBa lie lTeB.ie I'ffttltr MtfaiH, m I j4.a are quite doale and ' kin lur ami when the wmt aheit to iinkimni, iu 1- 1- ..; two loving women talk of him and rattletnakr that emil read llaa. end II la afft.llHeli RMra)Hlt1.f .. . . .. . aiaitkr-ia-raiiiHie arrangement aeerui .111 f kit lilm have known the depth of their Iruit tame. The little chubby hanilt ,, , Jir."i,llllrlnril. .. i m'fllANAW . ... . ..ine uatiy urnp nine very taiteiacinry, ami 11 nas aiumim-mortel- a ing affection! of the filkt who are not food In the boa, and llie'eil the 0 lteturolog one afternoon from the JOURNAL THE INTERIOR cottage, Either met her father upon I reptile have become to accustomed to In the tecret why it It they do to love ner tiiiii mai iney win up uirir " i"ir cuunrc. 11 uuo ui mo mem the veranda. Laila whn itmv Iiap IliA tiltatutnr uera of the ftmilr ht.inont to lie in -.. -- 1.1 -- . --- -.. . .. - - ... , ...- ,..-..- , rg 4 WW iu, lor, n .l- - uiu uisii ..M ,ilai xTniTI.Tt Ul1 T IVI'J I hava dtcid her approaching looUtept. ll.eclnl.lt line num when game are won or mi, want to ipeak to you. furuiih- - roomer, during Uie tioiuayt, naa me wiij, wie luinumeuioi me coniracij ed to overhaul the old houte, w rRKrARKU om it np a bit, and lay in a itock of new cradhj brought out, and the liltle one it put olf until a kitting opportunity quietlr lake lU alternoon nap within occurt, mid It it taid in tome in THE SHORTEST NOTIOE, furniture." TO KXU'UTB a lew feet of theboi; and at the ttauce when a large number of lor Etther glanced up iu turprit. MWrKHVIIRIF.rx, "I don't tee the uie ol it, father, mother ilngt a iweet lullaby toherfeita brooniedue it require almoat a CAT UXI U IA CI RCULA RS, continual kit aud return fcr half an prrcioui darling, the tnakei rROIRAMU, ItVTTER". MOT EX, dear," the laid. "Don't you, tit ? with a ily wink; join In the chorua. and the weinl and hour o, more to fini.h up. Thi. prac BTATKUKJ4TH, RILFIKTB, do you think tbe old place it lit for muiical noite of the rattle reaemblei ttce a jierlou could luppote to be quite WITXKH.iCEHTtriCATrJI,Bn!lS, the wedding of tbe richtit girl in the oft monotony of lb mare drum 'a wearing aud exhauitive one, but INVITATIONS, WEDDIMO the ouug eople bear up under it of Ibe orrhettra. rUKtRALNOTICH, Maryland?" -- ETC,rrcOften the mother rocki her child to wonderfully and teem quite cheerful "My wedding, lather?" Either tleep while the ftui iu face with a and hippy. Hail it not been lor 'CHEAPER THAN ELSEWHERE! gaiped. nie jealnui chap the tecret com w i WALTON, "Certainly, why nut ? 1 ve alwayi palm leaf, which the keepi alwayi on pact between the two, probably would rrrrlwtof. b. wauua.Jr, thought Dr. Bell wat tweut ou you, the foot of the child ouch. M7.) MlBMI' knnwn in ltl vrnrM On Knnilaw mtimmnntt lit l.tlil llvlr linvi, and today he atked in fur you. I had become tired of feeding the and ihui other couple deprived oil could not be belter pleaxtd "Father I Hu.h, 1 caunut marry make, and Ue mother did not tee the chance to lett it themiclvee. Thej Uie little one at the quietly moved jealoua cutlit while looking at thej Dr. Bell." STANFORD, KY. away the cover. The child became window one uight, aaw the for mi of "Why not?" FOR RENT! GOAL! CO A Li COAL! Mirtrf CHlECn DUtCTOIT. t krpMi Km, rontiatiitp tnJ vl.l tUllftr t trtJf MKailwlf, th ...1 ,',", BEST COAL Sltnlnr!. Ml-- OH TUB MAUHET. H. trfff MwUftTlirliy Mmi, J. f oo I j 11 i rrno!MT,iMiUT!r-iU- T lor rVtflfYjTirfiixliv Wwmm'i HdihU VWaW .. n ) ttii. nntriii ,, JAHf.4 nr j j,iiwirt,, t 19 5l3l5rrM.rY , w. H, HnilntMhltM. MiMtearr AwiMf hr mi Ihalit in Kfi month, tt 1 a'tlotl. Mil. T. T. ikii. Mo.llf ihimwi Th J. a. nmt, r- mrnltif tml nlglit fTVailirtll, aa-- rtt Excelsior Art Rooms EDWARD H. FOX, Fropr., alfal, ITlt.r KUu mum, pinuif raiM ,l Wipr!alBfial. CiiniVriAt.-wtiMri- Ml HOTnnl l M. Uiara. Wmot, MntUra I'aurta Hunlii, atoralnf la ,i Wldniflir IU K. IUm int rae JOB l'lllTlllU 11111 DANVILLE. asJfralMpraTtnaatiflaow Uwa'lditi. rmiHlit rkkol il t II. Jo. auiirlatBi1al. TkkM Hnf, ijkwrvtSuian. niutii-Ti.- ". i. Vw.ki. KrlHul J.aui w. rl m.tf. Ho.Jl u"" II t M.Mnum"m Kentucky wai3l!?BS!i!t' an llnl oJ Taint d,. .T ITm. klni kt M. u riii Hoi ',,, llatlai rrrrallr rt IIM Mf mmt wlla all if lal ' aiva Ika. Flnrtt (lallery 4ii.u In Central Krntnrkyl aial ara Cincinnati, New Orleans TEXAS PACIFIC R.R.Oo. TRAINS aOOTH. Clarlaaill mallifni IHrlilaa. Wa;taliliraatlll,Un'llillUcaU n RfcirHiir, ralnci.ftf r.nwAiiii ii. Ky. alwt SVSlnASmSSSiM. nu, Wafta SSBSHSl 3STE-V7- Ttation. LVVaClMlBRMl 1 yOBK,188S. ..,.! I f I TaL..! I M,Vr lill ,t. . iu (r.w.iii Sua k imi .ui rtvalwtlaa aa4r Ar til -- big to4 lliili'.BUMH aa-- frM(wt, w! fMiUBtMl lUpubltraa b4 Wmw ! Hkkaf-r;trilt(t(ltprfMt)i4 tnir. ktivl Tk ti (amrr1H, .III 0 ".1 1 UlluOa 1,, .1112 " , I NlilioTiaillla.. Till 17 lllttal to" QJERA HOUSE! crtwIeJ into the cradle, tilting-room."- tear-we- I Uool-bye.- f TbMlrlMl Maacria.l ill mirrai I atw tun, ai they could ee them Lrat4 mat ui. ...- ten accuttomed to do. The mother play card, and then when tho lait !" m a M, wm aa alapped down htar one or ITlOSt I wa engaged in doing her Imuiewnrk, .card IrOHipXCtC ff and therefore paid little attention tuthe other tay, "O, glory, itt my iaikaauia.taaiaiorra(aitaaaia. in ! aadalbrraai-attVaaaara lha biam il4 wee Katie. 8he waatuddenlv attract lun.1" i.r, O.crcaiu and leache, I ed by tbe rattling of the snake, and will try u lliii timet and could tea (jentre) Door Fanev Chamber, a For he walked to the door, where a liuht the tliml.inty motion! ai of kitting, tL Monntiin Pu. Kitchen with met her eye that at Cut cauied her they aurmiaed the whole thing and Fractlcal Door and Window, aHo-.i- t. told it at a big j ike, when they were rlion. a Street and a rractlcal great alarm. .. . .. .... . . Mr .-.-.-- -- Mi,!. 11H MAitntiln Km IHecnua wa in lliecraoir, aim ai,uoijr ricning uiai iney couiun i nave each rocker wa a make, rucking ill part In tliecnutract. KTO,iA7 .a ...I I)vi-eihgently with their tall, while hmr We have teen dvinen ' ABJni.wiai.lPrriil.jR..aaraaUalBtlJJ. .. .i. xiaifin win 111a Min mil more lartre snecimeas tioou near or. - .. i i ..... ,.i . f. ilea aniuauiiereu uuioiu vuruieuia nun The Town Is in Easy and Close Access . -- . producing the mu.ic wbl.h eVfrv toothing to the child' ear. L,ul,l - l.kan ...,.. , aufTinc-- ?! bbi cwmrm-- r.b!?"- - J!T!''-,.'.- -t 11V.ilhont . ..-. maiI tI tl uu remxraauie ina an . ,,. ,.;,t. Qr, tiaMcwup.aKaaaiKii. naaiiuTiHii uuiioo M a large rattleinake lurched UJU. W. P. WALTON, Mauatar. a.lnilk ere aoliil 6re; .nil we I.mve high chair at the child t bead, with lit iD(, tormenU eli tail ooiled about lb handle of the nitrf)i b liv;ng on . .u, white uf egg whiaji have been boileil ward, aad forwwd. over iu f.ce, fa bub. wllw fcr MH minulM It wa a picture for au artitt, and A fhe ()f week Wfl Un giyen ... .mug. ,be uoweu manna w,h be Mr ,k (J hfl bad even putjn the ureattor reptiles. WM, hIidfct ,, V,rlUe,',0Ve,ud out fluid. .f any kind, we have teen ." u .it wm of. 'ihtdc, nuil iiU raijriw k,r7tu.i,ra.i ihli .w anat t naJjr . j ilnMtfiM ltktL ifUfkttrih TtctatiMI-neviNiwriil atMwklkJ. HJirJMl iMmf of forms aJ ( wiUlli.if Ih luifrOaoaa orJ aJ pbrKM ntlrBl jaara iklliM, ll waJrrlook ! a frvali.tMo ar ill lk r Ih rt Ml. MHfUBl worMi (MalMlnc Dfrnt of hiaaii laltrt!, tfttj fwitutntntlritt upon UTalfa with lb faMtiM of - w i'W-wlaiaaimaw lautiM. iwiim la for Ih t4f f aurlt tittt H gUI wtrMlhb.J..Wr-t,killliaMirl.il 1141,1 Sua'a ftrtiMu,,'1fitlllfBl Ii M wtakliwl mj h ) I I " Kuckoml.MMMWi " Pprlajoif . M HaiailJa.t t IM(iaioaa . .. 1 T hal rlal liaffa Ulilai aa lllta iilJ(al,llt pn ll.rl.l..i,J.T1lU, 117 1 Inaillla .......111 M ' JalKllaalllr , I 03 IM iIU ' '( 1 IVOkail IS " lam HIT a,.... nil II J 84 - :.. tl 11 n tl CJ .. JltMll uiOS rtr Arr. .I,, i Ill I II Iifei I.,.., -- AUWraa Cee, I'billaiMwg Ureal fealbcra MlMia. ....I .. j in"T- T- ,. I - aii.lT.. a Kara-- . ara toaatry la lha dona ynri pail a. I '"' ! I ..... , 1 .. a I .. BuafDaa -.- "'"" "" CiTf - Ncwa orial ..,,fiiia iaurJ- - " IHr.Bdoa .. uTii...i j,rjuei, u.ii. nimiiaumi " Julaa H h., ppla. IHiIib friM I'ltallaK llaaw " lllatoa ..ij...,w. .in. tl. L. ,,.. Kdwarda K,,,.,. ,; r nr laiaa nariwni wona ra Arr Mckibarff oil. n i.iiiaf ..u..p4tiit.iir,b.ik,ciinp.u r""r,"r,',J'- atUIIhialwa iwaillftailao-- l ki,t,'T,l'!.,'.,'.''..V.','! Ika una aabralaa, IMI will i"'"""-'" HMoltka t rrwklia aa abaa.1- - mr jar.ai iiuaiKula ai. Ullfra4 If w-r- r...ui.k-- a ir ntl- - Taacak Kaiaa, 1H1 Arr. Sirrldlaa .... Tdliai . Uilatilaa , I "" Bralltwnl aini VlikibarffaadUcrldlu Dlililoa. . in i in " in " lit Jla Mpa - "aii'prlai all tk. II IUM Kim a. . . III tip " IB" SSI I 11 ill Miw- -f Jt-lSt- - ... ,.., ...... , .. .... 1 , ,..... ,.b FURNITURE! FURNITURE! 8rTl,.Uo..., tit5dfle,t FURNITURE! or ,. .,! - -- .... half-boile- IK AnillTION TO Ml STOCK UNDERTAKERS' t .arajuilapaaaj la lfcaAmJa" lha XI, Aaapb. llalal. GOODS! u A Tacit. MiIiIm. VUkibars. "u'ptiii'i"a k,.t".in-i,iepialaaa; an II Waal acMituiaJ taaipriu tkaai la linguaia Ikatlaa Lib. Vlrkiturs a -- t - IMU . It at m i.ntauj i - Tall.lab ! ! I IX P aacrai si - IWbl hiia a4a a'aai. laai niiai ii laa aai III 1 11 ar a poiiurai cvaria. .. IU M iilharilala alkl pifia tka Arr. Hear Tki lartt svatlf ( IhaMiaa dallf Imun. Aa AiflTBAtHS WORTH. lull ealluru tatpartaifat ar aaaaalMU Marlt, IlUra-r- r. Vlckibaif , Hkreiapart ao rulle IMrlalaa. aiarkft rrporu, aal a tltwtal mnoriloa af laultlac arlslll, aai iaaa:l It lha IimI cvntf4U laraMneroa tba Mbl at.aa4 aiaha tar the Urmr' houwhotiMthal waatrpvtM4. - Till. lib WhodUwaaatkaa aa4ral aaJ Ilka UPaa I Mb. SIS diT Strif.ffarh auaibr at ahlth ! a (lolcoaxla af Arr. Vtckiburff. W - Ua laUrtttla lHratiraUh lha hwanjr Jy, tfa artrfa llaamu arth rraJlof, Mirldlia llillco. Vlc,kiUri ibJ a aul.aiiM4 itooa, atvi Maiir aaauf i virlnlaotl taiefUlalDf than aaf Lea, Vtckiburff . aaiiai; - Maarda. taoak. it( Briitira. 00 liaUa aMtuli La. t hat a aaaaitaiMf II aur Ulauo dMaja au, Matt kr lha " Jackioa IS It (lur Uraaa ara at (ultava: HraBda. ... Kar tbadailj Via. aiour - I'areit ... aha t af laaalr Ilaia 1 alifhtcalaaiaa, tba irlrti7 wait, liU N.aloB, lraata a tMoath. af H M i or, iBfUJtag tta Air. Mcrldlia u , ! af fftr-aa4 ua4lr papar, aa tig htnac aataa, lha fia U U raau pwf atoalh. ar II 79 AtaUais (Ileal (taatb.1. UliUUa. ar, oalaia M. Tba fuaJar ntllloa aftlta Bv If lie furtlabI Lib. MccMUa I Via S II " Talk rparalalf at Il.30a vvar. pos.laa Mtl ,117 " Thafartraartaa Wfcf Bi'a.tUht - IJllBfflUM-.MEuUa all culyMai,U II a p14 tar claU I IS " 1 Bcraluoaa . HiafltaaMjIaf fit a will ara4 aa ail ra roar frta, " UlrailBiklB.,.. Y I t.NnLAND, lt Rpai " rubtUhrr af TubWh, Ktv Yerk wif. ,111 " i, m im n uui ii w wllr at!1 I.lbl. J" ur it, 8t. jtr, pf n fftt ttj ... - tt N.Y.Wcokl' Herald. ONLY Arr Cbiluao.ta 'Rl.l.j K.r.... OJKlBBall IH " IH - A NEW AND FULL LINE OP HANDSOME Jl A YEAR. Kalbara Dlilalaa. La Cbaliaauusa I.... ' I oa iai " IWyea t II " - inaid-ofal- DRESSING AND CHAMBER SUITES, - BUREAUS. WARDROBES, JUlttlLK-TOi' -- , niop-buar- SIA'ITltl.irlHIiH, roaaiaa BKWI all aaarlara T UaJarlBaliiaJar IHBBICAll IBII ararlraatlia TrlafripBta lliubaa rroia all Arr. pailaaT that'alwa. Tali fMlaraaWoa laakaa 111 IIILf Mil. AMI OTHER TAIILES, IkaraaalialaablachraaUlalalka Ill waiM. aa It la Vie. iaa cBMpni. --.rrrp weal u (lira a uiural E. P. WILSON. Tk.rlmititlo al IhU pufialir Bawipip.r la ruBMiill lacrrMl.f. Ilcaalalaa all lk.lM4i.ff B..I al la. lull llwaM lal Ii arnnsaJ la ftaaja urlaiaala. Tba SkU. auiUariiclalillpiialia rroi OHAIBS OF EVEBT DE80RIPTI0K, JbJ( la feet, TerjIk.Bf un&ll j kepi A Vlrut'ClM Alt X Furniture f which ttlor. romplala ao4 rumpiabaailia dlipattb n a.Blu.iuu, (rihiiiDg ,u ITpOTllOI IB! (aarbia aT aialaaal wlltlUaa aa tba iiuiatlaBa al tba boar, nan DiraaTMtar ar Iba WaallrTu. HrtaM (Itn ba hlnl u wait u tba Bloat prarliail aauaallMiiaBd-llarafirlar UUcffUlb.ilulU.ol Ih. f.mir.blau ba rala. tiahra-l- tuLltlTAL "" mi 00.1a KnrrT. (ieoT Mac. ClaBo.tl. II. B. K O. Ile. I'aai'r Al aai. 0 Aieat U IIAKOr.OcBL nailBBalLO. V AM lClt..rickilrt, Mia. II. CUI.LHRAN,' ao3 " IVIal HuiBlda.al lit pa IK " hVmeraet It - Jaoctkal .. lu.III M - I ail aa I Ulj - s 40 J - naa i !!.... I n - SSI III " It llaradbarJaaa - Illffb HiMia SS " - McaaUaillla.. S.,tIll- - SM tol " III - Iltailaat.. I II " la IM - Iraunelaaa s a. - j to 441 m ClaclBBall I 7 jnii.f - Pprlaff Olp auakaaul et f .. ts - IS to IHia til - 'isn ll.ll. AffLAfc.Ol.rto.lk.raH, IL, Ibllli-B- a. JOE f Hlf 1UI Ilea. I'ui. Traa. AL V, . A T. IL lUMaaroa, U. AcvllhaaffffMlloaa ttr laMlnf BulMlaffi aaj Utul ( bubiIIi la Kpalr. Tail II aapplau.alal l'T a .Jilr cvplaJ, ia- - lafftalllt, poallr-Mnl- trail, TaffiUblaa. Ac., KHE&ilOflJ. 0ia tbroab Kealarkp vlaLatUllo. U Tu. HOUB. tltlaff ran lor prarllralIUhaa,klata tr ibii To the West and South - West. lB(lolblBtaBjurbarpla( up a AnlnlUr i rials bought t rtUll la the fi abloai al tba leant llra. Kvrrp lib tba liuu Ka cbiBff. tt Ctri VclveaB Itlrbmond. Char, luaiarrook tallt. Ckll t4 ftaittlaa thia, Kb4 tou las ar rroitoaip aanralMl In Ibla daparlaiabt la lane. villa, Warae.lra',mauBton aad UarlaaiU will UctliMa U thi fL pracllcallj laitr-- l braiprrti Ulora niUlrallaa. aa-- dlrart Io LioabtlUa. ocbedalt laklB adeelaa Illira 'ramour I'arla ib1 ladoa ITl-- tr . h. ui:ahcx. aata aa tba larr laiaat fubloea. Tba citfniwM. lollaaa: llama 1 paflBiiBl al Iba Warblr llrraM will ma IU Clicaiipcuko at Oblo ItAliway, taunwlfa mora ibas oaa buaJrc-- tliuca tba irlot aribtapar. Tb.latarc.laor gONDAT.IIOV. to, Illl.' HAVE MARKED DOWN AH LOW dwibaiaar ?5 as 9" 7 2. na 3" c. ib a P M kiiltiaad labor miIds la rarcftillp recorded. Tbrialaapacadctotnltoalllba lltnl pbiancM A . At. I tba builBcai iairk.li. -prli-a- aILLIOtaBO ara lookatl after. aaJ avcralblaff riUIInc La mi. On tho LoxlnKton Division, a. wlibaitorr ararpvaik.aBrrtfiaa aadacanotM. Tbira la Ba Kportiaff KHjooia 'NHuiniiloai .r inaipaciaur bbJ coaJII TusrioDici iiiun, Bawaat boiua aad abruaJ, tofalbcr rcpuii-- lllXKUBtlt I, 1U1. WDITWiBD. IS 11 VCKf. a by .oma tail- Ulchiaood..M la tba world I Iara lloedoniilll. mmmm..M Dua Mill Ua ails tap 11 aoa H a B it. w HtMca a... aiiiiar arcrr ailba Heckle HcralJ, ablib li'nat, ponaga In I, araea dollar. You tau aouarrlbaal aar Umt. a ankle tola, Tb.hi. 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