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Semi-weekly interior journal: December 23, 1881 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1881 sem1881122301_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 23, 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. semt'li eekln Itibfiif JmtfnaL VOLUME rnni-c'i!lttliX.-NU1- if. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. DECEMBER McKeniie's precinct stood "OM Hickory," giving him majority. The first man In W. P. WALTON, vote at Stanford wst John T H WALTON, Bunnm Managir. Mcitolxrts, who gave It for Clay; the first at Crab Orchard wat S. Johnston RUIISCUIITION, ,2 50 1'l'K AS.NI'M, also for Clay, and at McKenxio'i, Andrew Whecldon led off for hit I.NVAKIAI11.V in Advance. Andrew Jackson. interior Journal 41. Bo alone for fl voles Jitorand Pnprittor. cast hit RANDOM REMINISCENCES Of Tho Long Ago. am iiivnmic.tr iiiiiimoo, Any Hastily Cooked Without iiv .ioii.v iita.in. Tka tatlM Jumal 1 eriodical spell of tatotlhti icrilxmli hai come on mo again, and If you and your readers aro to luder by it you rauit take the blanic, for you will know I contracted the malady liy association with the Inti:i:iok JoirnNAl. Taking advantage of my innate, and, therefore, innocent vnni ty, you have by printing my eftuiions Ironi time to time, flattered mo into the ineano belief that I am a ltjhcmian. I nai onco a modest, unohtrudve, reasonable lie ing, Walton, and for that had arqiilr-i- l omo respectability; hut, now, see what I have come to I And all thir, I repeat, yuu aro responsible for, because it was you that "turned my head." There is a pleating element of juitice in the case, however, and that !, the fuct that your subscribers, may, at their pleasure, read or ikip my composition, hut you have tn rcid them, willing or unwilling, and read them carefully, at-- that. Hut crazy as I confess myself to I am not willing that it shall be Inferred from the circumitnnce of these historical burlesques being written annually, that it hat taken me a whole ytar to create the contents of this paper. I beg )bu to believe that it has been gotten up in rapid haste and put together without method or study, and with the most absolute disregard of all the laws of rhetoric, logic, grammar, orthography, etymology, syntax and common sense. ir Mv E 1. rXECTIOXH IN OLD TIM IX i.'i Lincoln Tho oldest poll-boo- county Clerk's ofiicc, is date! in 1821. Why the books for previous elections are not here, I do not certainly know, but I presume they were sent to Frankfort under the law of that date. Those in the office dated prior to 1832, are so mildewed and defaced as 1 have examto Ijo scarcely legible. ined the books for the Presidential election in 1832 the race between Clay and Jackson with some interest. It shows that there were then but three voting places in the county, vii: Stanford, Crab Orchard and (now Wayncaburg.) Whether the county was then, as now, divided into election districts, or whether citizens had the right to voto at any precinct, according to their choice, I am nut informed. This election, at were all elections at that period, was contiuued three ilayt, being held ou the Oth, Ctli ami 7th dayt of November, The Stanford hook shows that the citizens of that part of tho county now iucluded in tho Turncrsville and I lustonvillo precincts voted at .Stanford. This fact it indicated by the names of tho voters with which I am'familiar. Tho officers of tho election on that occasion Hero: At Slnuford, Murtiu A. Stemmoiis and Christian l'nglo-maJudges, and Robert Miller, Cl'k; at Crab Orchard, A. lVrrin and J. 1. Hryant, Judges, and John 1. Hal! Clerk; and at McKcuzio's, Lewis Hall and Richard Singleton, Judges, Tunics I'ubanks, Clerk, mid Alfred 1 locker, Sheritt. Of these gentle-meI presume the only survivor is Capt. James Kubanka, who now lives iu the Stanford district, with his eon, Tho Captain, tho' II. F. Kubanks. bent with age, belug eighty eight years old, is quite a lively, bright old man, and is yet able to attend to hit business airairs better than the average young id a u of the present day. lie fought under Jackson at New Orleans, and at evidence that ho did his duty as a soldier, he received an honorable dischargo from the army aud is now drawing a pension for his services. The whole number of votes takeii in the couuty at that election was 1108, of which Clay received 7C8, and Jackson 310. At Stanford, Clay received 501, Jackson 213; at Crab Orchard, Clay 175, Jackson CG; and at McKtuzie's Clay 32, aud Jackiou i. .. .. .. jcate tint tho person to whoso nnme Hut I have no doubt the "dutch the same ttyle, a leading teature it appended wai In very truth an oven wat a very good and wholesome which wat the short ptnts with knee "old Virginia gentleman" of the first institution, outside of all economic buckets and long stockings. Many of quality, until 1 discovered among the considerations. Those grand old men them wore bunting thirls for coats, records an expression which rather couldn't have withstood the hard- - and not a few ttrutted in leather upset that view of it. I found that ships ami braved the dangers that breeches. in the year 1783, Hugh McOsry wat surrounded them If they had not been seem tu have Our tried in the County Court for "Itet- - fed nil good bread, It is my reliitiout had very scant libraries. Among ting and winning a inaro worth 12 belief that mean bread will not only their books 1 notice the folio lug: pounds," and ujwii be ng found guilty make a man puny but pusillanimous, The Spectator, The Old Author, The Till: l'lONEEIIS IIUUIlOZINd. It apcara that was not uj ma jury, mo vouri recuriieu lis and if long Indulged In will set him llible, A large Law Dook.TheVirgin-i- a iuventcd In Louisiana in 1870, as the judgment iu thcto uncomplimentary Justice, Hook of Diviuity aud to stealing. "If 1 can meet with a Radicals suppose, but was successfully words: "It it the opinion ol the Court 1(001111," I move the adoption of the Arithmetic. Frequently the llible practiced on the "dark and bloody that taid Hugh McUary, Gentleman, "dutch oven" in every well regulated constitutes the entire library, which ground more than 100 jean ago. bo deemed an Infamous Gambler, aud family. none can deny was a solid and safe Tliis it made evident by tho records that he shall not he eligible to any HOW TIIK OLD INDIAN FIOIITEIU) LIVED kind of literature to keep abuut the of a tuit in the County Court in which office of trust or honor In this Stale."! A person endowed with a keener house, and afforded a field kf study oce James Lytic, or Lyttlo it it If tho Court understood itself, as menial vision and a more vivid Imttr wide enough fur the greatest aud tiiellol both ways was plaintiff and Courts always do, it certainly didn't ination than I have.could get a pretty most ambitious intellects. John Martin, was ileftndsnt. In this mean to say that Hugh was n first - 'clear insight Into the home life of nur THE lUltSIIAKF. case Lytle sued Martin for assault and class gentleman, at we Use the word, ancestors by a close inspection of these It is plainly apparent from the cutbattery, putting hit damages at 2,000 and that he was at the same time au old records. Their mode of life, their tings I have giveu that our forelulh-ei- s Tho facta in the case appear infamous character too inlauiuus in ideas of literature, their style of dress, pouudi. wtre nut richly provided with lo havo been these: In 1780 at Hart's point of fact to ever be trusted or their diet, the quality and quantity larmlng tools, and lhal their agriculStation, near li nesburough, a honored again by hit fellow citizens. of their household furniture, the kind tural operations were iwrtonuwl with "Trunk of Money" was stolen from Then, I could hardly believe the of fanning implements they used and implements of a decidedly primitive one Daniel Johnston. James Lytle Court would so far forget its digutly the inauy and varied difficulties and and inferior quality. Among the and his wife, Isabol, were accused of as lo use the term geutlcmiu ironical- - dangers thatalteoded their situation, rest and a very important article it the theft and brought before Col. Cal- ly use it for the purKe of abusing all are revealed more or less distinctly was. loo was the Uirshare iilow. loway, who was a Juttico of the the unfortunate defendant. It tveui- - in the old yellow papers which have This was the plow used lor bnakiug 1'eace, for trial; and upon the invest! ttl tome that tho sentence, takeu iu lain undisturbed for a full century in up laud, and was, or rather would be gation it appeared evident that the its most humane and merciful sense, the Lincoln county clerk's office. Hut, uow. a curiosity. I remerabjr-seeinaccused were guilty, and Col. Callo- was hard enough without adding tar- - as a matter of course, to derive from it iu operation wheu a boy, aud ro- way, to a witness stated, "recommen catm and snoers to its terms. To be them all that they suggest would re- - member it at a very cumbersuiue, ded Lytle to psy Johnston for the solemnly proclaimed in Cjurt an inln-- quire a good deal of time devoted to awkwardly constructed iachiue,iuaile trunk and contents," which L. refuted inous gambler, and to be forever their examination and a good deal of almost entirely of wood and roughly to do, and then the Colonel ordered quashed and extinguished as a polili- - ttudy by the investigator much mure made at that. It had a sort ot iron Martin, as Sheriff, to summon a posse cian, just for "betting aud winning a than I can give to the task. To il- - nointand a very long, stiaight, or and take L) tie and his wife to some mare worth 12 pounds," was certain- - lustrate the idea I have attempted lo nearly straight, mold board, and was place where they should be "well ly enough for the Court to say and advance, rather than to underlake to a regular aud did very whlp'd." This order was obeyed, enough for it to meau by the lau- - make a pen picture of those early poor work. Oaeot llie.e aiiliquated Lytle receiving 70 or 80 lashes. guage ol its edict. Ho, I take the seiners as mey appesreu in meir machines placed by the side of the Whilst he wat being whipped he cried ground for the time being subject to wilderness homes, I vill give here improved plow of the preseut day out thai it wat inoro than he could correction upou further evidence from inventories and sale bills tome would strikingly exemplify the ad bear, and asked hit wile fo gu and get that "eentleman" as used in 1783. In itcmt which I have hastily and iro- - vantages that invention has conferred the trunk, but she refuel, saylng,1leconnect!oat.ameji upon the tillers of the soil. I wouder w ony de. methodically culled": "she knew not which of the negroes Kr;ntiTe woni referr:BB to the official Among the personal effects of Na- - that Geo. D. Wearen doesn't procure to go In to get it. Martin, one wit position of the person after whose lhniel ,Il,rt who l,ied ln 1783. dJ one of these mechanical curiosities to ness, said, "sworo by the living God who w" 1u',e wealthy as it evidenced exhibit iu contrast with his celebra name it wai written. he would kill him if he did not pro ch ted "Oliver Chilled." lly the wav. this tame Huch Mc b hl wi in wlch he B'" duce the trunk." Msrtifi did not do THE OEMTLEMAH FROM COKK. Giry wat ono of the Justices, who, iu ot his children 1000 acres of good all the whipping, but he and hit posse I select the following: I have inspected with tome interest January, 1781, organized at Harrods-- , all participated, taking it by turns. negroes tamong wnom the estate of Alexander Hlaiu (the burg, the fint Court ever held for After tho whipping wat over, a com- Lincoln county; and he was a member are the rather lingular names of CuO, gentleman from Cork whose "wake" promise was effected by which Lytle of the Court, though not on the bench ,li8 Jck. Lile Jick. Hercules, was lately chronicled in the Intliuoh was to give Daul. Johnston three at the time, which pronounced the England and Duke) valued at from Journal) He lived where Thus. J. horses for his "trunk and money," elch- - Some ( all kinds Robinson now resides, in the Hustoncruel judgment referred to. He con- -' 20 ' provided, he (Johnston) would not aud died there in e ville neighborhood, tinued to serve in that cspscity, in ,oi livestock, his ilxk ot iheep, prosecute Isabel for false swearing on He was pretty comfortably contisting wholly of "one ram;" 1800. of that misfortune, for many the trial. Notwithstanding ibis setfarming implements, tuch at plows, supplied with worldly goods as apyears afterwards, aud no donbt was a tlement, little afterwards brought the devised first rate man. I am sorry that I was broad hoes, grubbing hoes, household pears by bis will in which he suit for damage, and upon the trial under tho necessity of telling thit tale, turniture iu the form of beds, two among other real estate 800 acres ot the jury gave him a verdict for two know on him in order to throw light on a e,'"t' UuIe. Parcel ' ch,'" (decid-ver- land on Licking. This land, I pounds aud ono penny. litigation ratny serious and difficult question. I d'y aristocratic this was he being bv tradition, was in Col. Calloway was quite a distin limitation thould not have done io, even for that 'he only man in the letlement who years ago and was lost by guished man at that day, being both uld ihow anything .grander than As the lawyers phrase it, Alex. laudible purpose, except in his ab- a Justice of ths 1'eace and a Colonel "ilept on his rights" too long was senco. Knowing that he left the ue" n, of Militia, and at the time of the ocWM ' kt''le. ml" ur" too late with his "wake" Among county and the world about 75 years currence here related, was in com two his personal effects I observe that he ago, I thought there would be no eIe. "mal1 P01- - lar8e P0' mand of the garrison at Hart's Sta danger of losing his vole by reciting "J"'eh ovent." Besides these are was the owner of the celebrated lion. Two ot his daughters and a Tail," aud bad plenty this bitot history. Hut. for fear he enumerate.! nanusawi, wnipsawt.nani- - horse "Switch daughter of Daniel llooue's, all young "heels, cottou wheels, loom, of "deli" and pewler. All he lacked fl" might by some mistake come back girls, while on a visit (c Logan's again,, I will add as my candid opin- - 40 pounds worn pewter, 4 rifle gum, of being well lixed for living was the Fort, near Stanford, being out a ion, wake that whatever may have been his 2 smooth bores, 24 bells, silver watch, "dutch oven." Wake or no short distance from the fort amusing faults and weaknesses, he was sword aud a Alex, seems to have been a pretty all his themselves (skating perhaps,) were inhabitant, as he was for au Irishman, "intirely," which it "' The bove a P"" fair Km' euddeuly rushed upon by a party ot of many years one of the dignified Jus as high a compliment as I could pay l''e of the inonal inventories Iudiaut, and captured, aud carried to auy one. period, though there are tome tices of tho couuty, and in lrJo was a off. Tiie Indians were pursued by articles not contained in it which ai- - representative iu the General As the dutch ovkx. Col. Flod aud Daul. llooue and oth Almost every family, iu the times I most every other settler had as ap- - sembly. CO.NCLVBION. ers, and overtaken at a distance ot writo about, had what was caUed a pears from their estate jMipers. Of about 40 miles, and the girlt rescued "dutch oven.' tins, as I understand, these I may mention powder and lead, Here, at the conclusion, it was the in talety. This occurred in 177C. wat a contrivance for baking bread tomahawks, original plan of this production to Calloway was a compeer of lloone, constructed somewhat in the form of brimstone and (used to "take a flight,'" but while waitiug, Logan, Kenton aud tho other pioneer a furnace and made of brick aud make powder) pewter dishes, plates Guiteau-like- , for inspiration, I have heroes of the time, and wat a brave, burnt clay, anil not unlike the baker's 'aud spoons. Hut few seem to have reneruscd what I have writteu aud gallant man. Although hit judicial oveu of the present time. The at- - possessed wagons. Only two kinds fouud that it is abundantly "flighty" conduct iu tho caso narrated was a lit most universal use ol this peculiar of plows are mentioned shovel and all the way through to give full satistle irregular, jet in view of thotroub-loutom- apparatus was doubtless owing to ne- - lUnharet (pronounced faction iu that regard, and, therefore, by the times, and tho hcinousncss ol I will close with one original, patent-rigat the ordinary cooking Im-- j timers i'Wir.) remsrk, which is' I thank you the offence and the justice of tho pun- plemeutt were hard to get and, of Decidedly the most interesting in- ishment indicted, I will not condemn course, very costly. In that early ventory I havo examlued is that of for your polite attention and promise I will endeavor him. Really, Lytle got the best of it day, when everything was done "by Mr. t'lough Overtou. It clearly re- that if any how; for who wouldn't givo three main strength and awkwardness," veals that ho wst a gentleman who faithfully in the future as in the pait little scrub horses and take 70 or 80 iron and every thing made of it were believed in good clothes and plenty of to (I've keeled over.) lashes for a "trunk of moueyl" much dearer than now,. It wat long them, was given to amusements and To Pkuseuve Geiuniumii. Some inventions had withal was a success as a huuter. Hit Tin: miuninu ot- - Aim tkioi "uen- - before florists keep geraniums during the TI.13IAX," HATIIDIl MIX1.1I. made much headway in any pirt of wardrobe cuts a conspicuous figure iu winter by burying tbem in a trench In the old Court records the pro the "new world;" and besides such the schedules of hit personally and under the grouud. The trench should ceedings at every term are su headed articles as skillets, ovent, kettles, Ac, consisted ot 1 pair of old shoes, 1 be made iu a lucaliou where no water 1 as to show who held the Court, thus: even if they could be bought at a pair "shoe boots," beaver hat, 1 can remain, the plants laid iu by the "Present: Johu Logau,Hugh McGary moderate price in Virginia, had to pair shoe buckles, 1 pair knee buckles, heel, in rcw, then covered with and John Ituwman, Qtnlltintii." Ami be transported on pack horses bund- - 4 stocks, (these were not the stocks in straight straw, and boards tet iu a wilder-- which malefactors were made to stand, iu nil iuttauces where a Justice it reds of miles through "the ridge form, to at to carry oil the wamentioned in tho records, the word, nets," and censequcntly wero rated but rather worse, being broad, still ter, aud theu csvered with earth, acgentleman, it written after hit name. extremely high by those fortunate 'satin belli worn around the ueck aud cording to the climate, to a depth sufTo show buckled to tight at to make the wear-thi- s ficient Whether this wat meant to signify enough to possess them. tu keep out the frost, fiuishing I give some examples of the er not ouly still uecked but pop eyed) off in a ridge or roof shipe. Others that those purtoni were gentlemen in the teusu that they were pereont of prices of these utensils which I have 2 pain cotton and linen stockings, 4 tucceed by haugiug their geraniums the male pertuasiou merely, or that gleaued from talo bills filed with es shirts, 2 under jackets, (like Col. up by the roots lu a cool, dry cellar. 'they were gentlemen iu the prcseut tnln ,.nrri Ona lull ll(l 10, pniml lllll'.A ft float, .ml I ,lii.lr liutull.,.- Cause axis ErrrcT. TUs main ciu common acceptation of tho word, or to(8.33; four old iron kettles and 'chief. The proof ot hi. proficiency ot ntrvuusnrM is InJIjsitlon, ami lhal whether it was a title of honor used four old pott 20, equal to CCO COS; as a huuter ire, 14 raccoou tkius, 9 ,, CaUM-WMKIICM Ul SIIV PIUIUIVU. as we uow use the term, "Ktquire," 100 pounds castings at JC7, equal to fox skins, 12 beaver tkiut, 12 psl oik ctn Inn souail nsrvsa aud food it a puzzle which I can't work out to 2.1 J rents per pound. These sales oc- terut of deer ikint aud 1 otter skin; k.ilil. olthuui ii.iiot Hon itinera to I gutrs it curred in 1783. Sales In 1781 show aud as to his jxneliant for amusements, BlrmtUif u IHs siuuiiclj; pun' lbs blood, my cntiro satisfaction. lUllur and Utility active, lo would be reasonably tale to tay it wat far more enormous prices; for inttauce, we uod among Ills chatlivi l luair ud ' uut cirrv ffl' all ll I olawwu snd not used in tho tense first mentioned, a fryiog pan and pot rack brought billiard balls Wrnf Iks sslsnt. Advance. This may have been as the Grit names of the parties, 90, or 8300 Iu all the iuveutorirs of that dale Lynn, Msm, Dw, U'sAKSiMsCvBtD "John," "Hugh, Ac." suggest that the Value estimated in depreciated an account it taken of the decedent! I 18, 1S70. Ibil vilusbl lucdicinr, they were not ladies, plainly enough currency, but the record gives us no wearing apparel, and thy indicate llruwu'i Iron ltiltir, lu ui; slslr for such iutimatioii, and there are a without adding the word, geutleuau, while but few, if any, could A'ur using lo bullies, sh wi. great many tales recorded at prices that I wst much inclin- just as extravagant at that I have dress su elegantly and so ulteu si alls In sU and runts will as tvsr. for the purpose. Il ed to thiuk it "wat employed to indi- - mentioned. Clougb, they all followed pretty much is csrlalal a woajtrml Ionic. Wm Joviji vi ....... 23, 1881. ... oi;apjj Thf CltlHSIHC ... WHOLE NUMBER 512. Ol St&nXOFfl." of . grand-daddie- s namo-take- , J Great Sale of Dry Goods. $150,000 Wortn F0 Will bi! uiTcrcri AND DOMESTIC days. GOODS 30 at low prices during tho next . Wo havo in storo tho finest stock of Black and Colored Silks in Kentucky. Wo havo a vary largo and cholco stock of Domestic and Foroign Dress Qoods at lowor pricos than any bouso in Kontucky. Our Clonk, Nliuwl mill Null Iirfiiirf iiipiiI In llllcil wills new roosIh sd'llii- - IiiIcmI hiiIc, Our Nciil .Siiqiicss ntiil liolniiina, Fur Cirt'iiliirMitiitl clrniiiil C'lnlli ClonkH unit .Mlk-lliimill Jiirki-l- lire Mirprrlnr In miy In Kciilurky, mill al lower iirlroM. Ihito oxlrn liirno Block ol Hosiery, Ilmlrr-Wi-itmill orlcm lliniilkcrrlilrris, ornc'l, MiinIIii 1'n. iIIiiiim. White Uooil. I.liiciiNiiinl kind nl low price. i'lollm, FIiiiiiicN, mill IIIiiiiIu'Ih nt priccx low. r lililllove-,l,iii-oi,i:iiilrolil- We invite Citizens and Strancers to visit our stores. . (J rent tDciitruI B. NUGENTS Dry Courier-Journal) JooIn NtorcH, X3L3T. SOI, 50G & 603 FouUh Ave., (opp. 1 LsOUlSVllle, JOHN CHURCH NUOLFJ W.K AM UKTAIL DEALERS xSa IN CO.. horse-kille- r PIANOS AND ORGANS tact tki::, Bub, , ul ill Rials of H::i:il Hwhnliie. NO. 66 WEST FOURTH Grand PIANOS, Square PIANO.", I, CINCINNATI, O. uui Upright PIANOS, ld. In Itnerwotxl, SatinsMxxI, Mahn;.ny, h're 10I1 VVauiut and Ebouizetl Cases, in flcgant designs to correspond with iiv tyle nl Furniture. Elegant Parlor Organs, Chapel Organs, Church Organs, Willi one Manual, with tiro Manuals aud I'edils, cmt lining ths most beautiful, powerful and useful combinations ever procured in rted Instruments. In our xxfp aud well selected stock oi and nur unniualed facilities for furnishing the btt clas of instruments at low rates. Wo purchase for net cash in larger qusulities than any other I nu.c in this city. The exren'te of our PIANO and ORGAN Department is far less than some houses lining exclusively n Piano ami Orau trade. We have reached lower price than havo been tendered by any dealers in this market, and guarantee We sell on easy monthly or quarterly payall instruments as represented. ment, and any instrument taken nn trial, not proving as represented, may Wo solicit correspondence with jrsons desirhe returned at our expense. ing in purchase, and take pleasure in anwerinir all inquiries. how-ipit- "r. We invite the public atteutiou PIANOS and ORGANS, y ' ""'" lr.j "' """" "J JOHN CHURCH Sc CO. f". GEO. D. WEAREN, STANFORD, LANCASTER and HUSTONVILLE, DKALEU silver-hilte- pocket-pis-lif- IN ''' Grain, Wool, Oi chard Grasss and other Seeds, bullet-mold- gun-flint- salt-petr- e I I 3VE & A. R. SFRiisra- SW .A. Q C w.A.aoisrs, I I I I 1 1ST I - S, laber-iavin- 1 " " V BUGGIES Ural ii A.3Tr NoHi-rM- , Curii-l'ImiU-r- Iliij.ltukt-st-, CABRIAGES, Sulky Corii-Sliellcr- u, Ssc g i'i l'lost. llrlllH, ki Culllialom, Iliirrtiux, Mriiii't'iUU'rN, liii; JlmliliuH mid 'I break- sKuului'ti, xa tak-n- Anl cthsr Implements and Mschlaery. We bm exclusively from Mnnfactarerr. d and lots, and cousrqutDtlv cbtain ths largest direct for cash, la Qoods a. BenonsMo Prices lowest rites of freight. Our motto it i "First-cla- n ths best it slwijs the Chiipeii." Bes ectfully, W. I.. Jsucl UiicUrt GEO. D. WEAKEN, Sunfoid.Xy. IJIIIX.N V WIl.I.IAMN, UIIIIKN, Wl M,u.r Hu.luutllU Uriui. pro- A bill Ii befjr Conirtu which dulli of as- eldee for lb lumMiment unit wllh Intent to kill th President of llit United Statee. If It thtll h so shown I Ihe Ihatth assailant wi Irresponsible ii Friday Morning, December 23, 1881, llmt of tit assault, lie thill h confined In an airlum for lh Inline for life. The ColW, as it now alands, la Pre- EDITOR W P. WALTON, llniliurien, Secretary of Stale; Kolfter, Secrrlarr of the Treaaunj llriwsler, At Another year, the most remarka- torney General; KlrkwnoJ, Secretary i,f PKAISK THE LOUD for lending into name lo day aa we passed lh place and FOR SALE OR RENT. Jamestown, we say, and feel with ill our thought and thought and lAonjU.' 1'RAISK I will seller real, fi hearla. And yet, lh numerical results TUT. LOUD la the nnle sentence thai ran J ), how ..te bbl.1 la Taaill Laasalaail fnl Ihe .sllr. I lll meagre compared with other place. inm up these; though) aright. an Ihe kl llsk alan r rales Mil erne le4 That Is all we hare elsre,Smllrrreslsbllrthsr,l .Ahyeae wl.a. The reason la, there waa not a general good la the LOUD el aisa- Ina srk iw,lf elll please a.l.ls u turnout of the people, and a large propor- to say, now that thl first circle In the adalalsHSI.irelH.il lntrr life, en nwfe, drawl to a ctooe May taf.lf tion of the county waa not touched, though all thai Inllow lie only mnre blessed and some from nearly all parte were reached who itesereee One close for ihle ia to L foot,.! In that abundant In rlore lo lM ml shill rtcela all Ihe pValse sectarian bigotry abhorred of God and Sllll pray for m, iliar friends, for we In man, that haa ao often hindered The peo need your losing prayer more than eier ble known to liiilorj", Is drawing to a the Interior; Lincoln, Secretary of Way the blessed work of the LOUD Itnnt, Secretary of the Xaer, and Howe ple's minds were mIoned by religion now, Asi. mir ilear i.uiii, wttn ii, to c!oc, and wo nro again permitted at I'otlniiiter-Genera- l fuitr new men, em! leaders of influence, and they were persua send us to Ihe right place from Casey, Th.uK.l.talMhl kiitfttirfiM Ihe slsa.1 , tslsty ! this joyous season to extend the usual three of the (larficM Cabinet. dm, O. lUaira. Kier In Jesus, krfl hy ttellsul. ami elll -T aleays ded lo stay away until the discoeery that Ihe compliments of n merry Chri'tmas Alfori Wntt$ a Cant. A negro woman from Perl, got on they had been dereleed waa made Ino late Mr and a linnpr Jfew Year to our grand the Kentucky Central (rain the other day, to remedy the mistake. There are hun Stnioih', Kv., Dec 221 , 1SX1 CIioIci'kI of HrrrHli'iikN, army of pitrons, who have so nobly anil took her Mat In the ladle' cir When dred who regret they did not attend and fjlhr fohrler ItouxtM, 1'ork, .llnlloii, aVc. Will ynu plrasail me the klndnea and refute) li fudge for themieleea, stood by us. May the richest treas- the conductor cam around aha spare In W. allt batchvr iMlhlna Ul the lal ol slwk, ,t4 Justice to giie the following glee up her ticket, ami on Ida attemptlne; Another reason that had weight with ures of life l ever theirs and returns issue ll,HiUle elll use die sa I dtallsl Will I'T S" your column. InjvurUst week to ut her oft, aha latj down In the stale many, wis the Impression that t waa mak I of the Jay wo are alwut to celebrate, and refilled to buJge. The brakaman and ,f the contest for the post. j. k. rAHMiH, ing money out of the thing The report In speaking tot-i- r " Ira many and happy to them. It Is baggage-naile- r war called and the three of the gift of the Somerset people found milleriiup at mis piace ami my therein, you ue joii understand that hardly necessary for us to state that euccecdcd In carrying her out. rapid circulation, and Satan arllnllr used turning point was the lying itstainent Guiteau haa all aloag threatened that It with a poor and suspicion ct we will Issue as usual, Christmas. We to keep "Ihe e appeared agalnai Mm, he them away entirely. It must be remem- that A A, Warren was a member of the havn't missed for several years, and If his '5 SALE ! would "rip up her record" in manner bered that Ruseell la a poor county, and Hancock and Kngll.li Club," lo which, In do not expect to again. We print 101 myself and three concerned, I that aha would di,ie, bulahe haaleallfied the tolling men and women, who wring a uillr lo Issues a year, and come out ram or and been treated wilh marked reapect by ecanty subsistence from Ihe sterile anil, do desire to say thai Warren I not charged shine, Christmas or any other time. the (rleoner. Iteaaon: The preaeat hue being a meailer of aald club by my not look with fetor on those who make with ! Here is to you, kind friends, and may band of the woman augteiled to him money with apparent ease I'netrty Is elf or In s'atementa filed. Therefore you through a guard that If he laid a word nearly always suspicious, ton, and ready to are misinformed and theeharge false. He, you lire long and prosper. I aa haeleg pared-eIn disparagement of her there would be Lifnit.N rinri'tr , citmr Join an a that bears down upon Warren, representaled Hrlahlsllrs I II, ts Jeha snl r. Krlhl Skveiml months ago, George II. Ino further need of a trial, (loltrau had take up any reportbe more farored In Ihe with thl Itoiock and Knglish Club, lira, Ix is, la SiHy thoae who seem to Alsop, of Jcflcrson county, shot and aenae enough not to want to die, hence hla capricious distribution of good thine.) Ac,aalhe person who made Ihe itele- In th slie styW HyslrtMor when Mr ranw. renltn.lstih.lHI.Ur killed Constable Harrison, who sought nice be liar lor. lrs, issl, o( Ihe than themselres. SoSitin found a ready ment eland reade to testify Uaeola aftullle.il. I HI. Itespectfully, to arrest him. Fearing the result ol market for this kind of produce. "$200 Warren shall dene tj Brr.isri'oiiia. kit. T3 "J - rcn l.oi-- ciiiixtiuilly ilMtlrt-M- l Iliivrjuwl roeclscil mill ulll ti liiuul u JJ llnoor tli frli Groceries.Gonfectioneries, FAMILY SUPPLIES, .Ulir ulihli llirj ulll iu)xJiii:a; Milj siam. Jntl Soil nl llio Tory Lowest Possible Margin. Tin j.n.itoir. nro iiImi iiRrnlN Tor llio anile of MhIIIhk')'1 YVonlrii (JiiimNiiiiiI Vnriix. auprrlor 3P. O. STORE. VALUABLE LAND a)l"l J. R.WARREN & SON OROCERIES C.oto Hit- - I'oat (llllrc More for .Slnplo Hiitl I'ltiioy his bloody deed, the murderer escaped, but was subsequently captured in one ot the Western States. Great difficulty was experienced In getting a jury, but a good one was finally ob tained, and on Tuesday, it brought in a verdict of guilty, and fixed his punishment at confinement in the penitentiary for life. It should have been death, but then the average ju ror rarely thinks of going that far. A life for a life ought in every case to be required, the more cspecially,wben an officer in discharge of his duty is the CARRHRO CQUNTT. Lancailtr. About thirty coal boat hand piMcd throuf h town Monday, en lltlr way from Hickman. Geo. D 1 nlap will begin with the New meeting at the Year a religion houae here. ACKl-- Si to IheaCSeeor JAIL-Lthe actional lh litiaacrsty. In order lo reduce their etock of clotht wall eH t.il ratftllf gi. ti.t.s.u. .kUh la I nmw mi ing Rlgney A Sweeny will aell at greatly Bjfram(ar int uaina btltMtn,ailttfa(iriO i:. . iuunv.x reduced prlcea till January 1.1. I8S2 Call Is a Tandldste a re elsellno te lh elSre ef COUNBccond Tract Contains 18 Anroi, and see them. TY JUIHIt, sulj-c- l u llt of lbs Deunnraey BO Ml Married, Dec 20ih, W. II Be.i'er lo Atft klhiH lh am Ol 1M. lhM t tytUint1lrt.Ukl'l 'i UltMf Mr.M. Lou Brown.... -- Dec. Slat, UK. U Nrlli 11 Mil Th CUT. 'flUIS. Klt'HAItliS Ctrate.a dllKMIMwl IkIM Ctlla?4 It rulndeiter lo MIm Laura D. Trice Is a CsoJIJ.Is tor JULER ef Llerela enaaly, Dec. 22J, Jaa Biler u, Mia. B. Ilillr.n sallert u the actlea ( the VtwMTntj Llwll.il Contains Ono Hundred Acroa, asil Aeidsl Dec. 22J, R A. Sione to Mine II. E. victim. Broaddui. B.F Plsi WUUiwsaa. iw.4 II Mik.iMl Ifc. A fftJII t TKUM5 Owing to the death of the wife ot The Lancaster Hop Club propone to Ut UlliurnU. Tbc irclir kll It rtq.rtilpt Murliy, Quiteau hate the grand ball of the aeaaon during tiKUU ..a. la with rM A one of the jurymen, the -- a I u ....-- - .. - llla Kill lat raalataMkl m- lairiiea tier ' holldaya. The admission fee of 25 7 farce n as oil the boards for two days the Tht rurchatwr ! ' I""4 UtcvoarwalUoof Ual tlnattaar ; Th Mirciiarl in wtmw .vjircii this week, but Wednesday's matinee centa wilt be churgej at the door of the W ar now opening out a fc Fall! uf p. - la ! Those who patronise the Christinas hall. w.!lf Hmo more than made up for loss time. and thoae taking aupper 25 ranis ex1'nucjr fJrocerlow, U1 ftlO-Xlco Line of fee H ChAUi l.b)VwcUICMr Medical experts swore that Guiteau tra- The mnslcal part of the entertainn hleb e will leep la (oeosctloa ellk our was sane and perfectly responsible for ment will be furnished by forty Sunday .. o achool children. bis deed. This enraged the culprit CoaltctUieierlrs, A young man from Sugar Creek came e. at. and he shot off his mouth at a4errible IfBirI.rkrs. at la prices t e will ! keep ways on hsaj,aal had to Wednesday and, " rate. llie impression is gaining to town pistol alon? of course,standing K While bring hla ground that Guiteau may possibly went ifl In obUlae.1 at the kersl on Baller'e corner the weaton Wker. rnn.1 iu-- I, esn be atone in a measure for his crime with his pocket setting fire to his coat Ha without continually "hearing and tellinr creu tlltausarsU IHM( IIRtl'H. a broken neck. aeemed In be somewhat uneasy and etatt- - something new." I know well, the public when Jim Griflin, to see make the press, while yet, in the Ineiii ed down street The Legislative Circus had a poor how faal the fellow would run. cilled In able reaction, the pre makea the public WaLAUD HOTEL LOTTE?.? v r. DOTS! reception in Atlanta. Nobody met him to halt. Thli e I lla pnrpore and Still one cannot but regret that the words a ataawa them, no bands escorted them, and the last seen of him he waa In a dead run "delicacy" and "conscience" are so oflen 14th Fsfcruni-r- , 1882. home, and his quietly dropped from the editorial eocabu they had to make the beat out they in an opposite direction to 2- - B lary In Ihe raging epidemic of gathering could. They had no business there. coat tail in a blue. OR MONEY REFUNDED I arwe. j4 Miasea Llzite Walker and Jennie up "news Items" lo glee this awful "pub The people exacted them lo attend a parte from lic" ita "dally bread." Sutler thl rojnd Kr . Nmtria, usi Faulkner will accompany fotistiLir. ... , to their duties at Frankfort, an 1 not Haanliesl, That Ihe Ikianl of Cinailssl.arr Diniitle to hear I'alti neat week .....Jll-- s 0f ihoriallon, and he not wrolh.Ofelloaa Uon.oti.at-t-ii.ento- i th tmoior .r th MR to go junketing around at a cost ut l'attie Faulkner la a guest of her anni, 0r the Royal Steel Ten and l'encil Socie- - lilllaM Hotel laulery aatll the lllkday ef lei. S n, imi ami ihstthsy will not eonst to say $10,000 to the State. Dennr...,...Mre. F O Young ty, and KnlghUof tbe Ancient and Illua-trio- tm .. I... tf.i,un..,nl .,,k urn. Mr Geo. v.. ...... miui haa gone to Leiington lo ipn,l the holiOrder of Ink SfIiher. At anj By th star rrslelln taudrswlag must tn.1 Sl'KAKElt Kiefeu has announced days bo had OQ lh. day lied, nr luonrj distributed Mr. and Mrs. W. II. WheVitt will rat, that $200 the good people of homerM will his Committees. His opponents, Ilia-coc- eisit their daughter Kate at Pewee Valley gare un, damaged .he. ItuMellcountj tneet- - bark lotlcact-hulder-Heists are sold lfre date fiird. Ihe r M ea) Uboui.h and Itecil are giveu the Chair- the coming week.... Mra Alice Link re U not a little, bj Ita indelicate and inju drawlDl wilt t bad, sad notice ol ssiae will te gtisn throng-- tbawri. manships, the one of Appropriations, turned to Hustoni Hie Tuesday, accomp- dicioui publication. Satan U a mean nlllard ll.lfl wiih all and the other of the Judiciary. Mr. anied by Mrs. (I. C. Kuftinan......Dr. dtril, and. we must take him aa we find Thl nalnrr aotl rurnnure, lla ICocn , nflfl j.IIS.0M will serve on the Missis- Jno. Bogle, of Paint Lick, is confined In him. He will never be any better, and of Oa llniUncoirirt?aMrrt Thompson II WSJ, hla room by Itheumalsni......Mr. II R cour would neeor tell thee, good pe.pl. " 10 COO sippi Levees and the Militia Com- Drering, Passenger Agent tf the of Kuaiell that Bomeraet 'a JOJ waa a re-r- y TeoCaali I'rlses rarhll.OiKl. tOOO , Gcn'l S,04M .. . C'aih Trliet, each Sl.ttO. mittees. J. M A I. passed up the road Wednesday. S,M eiceptlonnl thing, and that Ilrother tire ... lleCahrris.-,earhlvlO- .. S.iasi! . rerh 1100. Joe Kiana, late of Aekanaae, ia the Barnea and Sister Marie only got "rictuala Ilfty tsih rrlio Seveiiai. ltepubhcan newspapers s.ooo, , Od Hundrrd lash lrlxea. earh vt. and clothea" for all the work done thro' Kir llandrrd I ash l'rlir., each li'l. . . lo.mai were much exercised over the fact light weight at the depot now. . l.0 (Ino ol liar I uroitur. MO them, and that waa all they ranted. O not line lino I'laoo .. eorte C0IIHTT. that' Speaker Owens gave no chair. II, 10U llaodMuie ellrrr He conceal all this, "liar" aa he ia, and t)no lloir. Old IK.url.in Te Mrt IIS vw Whisky no manship to ii member nt their party. Dannlle. a.' only multiplies $.00 by the number of IOrU.krtsCbauieooM . . each I0 Will the same papers examine Ktifer'i Mr. John Metcalfe ia thinking of forlnighla In tiro tleadred the year, and then eiclatma WOllo.nHn.Wln.OtM. .. . .. IJ.oo S.OC Congressional Committees and see if moitni lo Nicholaay ille, much to Ihe re- In holy horror "Will, you go to hear a JWI Roars lloUrloHi Corotf Whisky, l 4,(SJ . 40 Boies llaiana Clears. 110 gret of hla numeroua frienda. 5.000 man that la thua making merchandise of Ill llandred Cast, ITUe, each 110 . he was mnre liberal towaids the TO U,IM AMOU.NTINtl a now rumored that Gen. Fry will hie It religion " lie la a mean deiil, friend, Whole Ikkils, 11, halris, II, quarUls, II IU. ha made I. M at Danellle, as a compra and will neier be any better. 11 uinot lulllanrrs may bo Mad. by lUnk ihrek, rtrrrs. Itrapua-.Ibl- o Money thdrror The good lien coinei lli.tt snme i f mise between Llnney and Murphy. giie him a handle by any thing we do, to r,i.UIageau wantel at Itealstcrnl Mall Circulars, all oBU tor 1 ksat CT cloeed yesterday till Centre Collect aJdrru the passengers of the Steamer Jean atrlke at Jeu' prccloue cause, In any eirluc lull iDbrwltloa and ror tlckals,Ullll-d- , r" . 5 WC U Januarys). Hell Seminary and Cald- way. C UILLAKII IIOTFI. UllHVIU-fc- , KV netto which went in search of the ' C jr y well College clow until the aanie . Let we eay in bidding adieu to Jatnee-towW McUOUEKTS A 8Ta(in, AdKNTrl. North Pole, hate been rescued nway lime. aTANIUHU. KIT M 1 that ll will alwaya be a dear little of! the Northern const of Russia. The A. K. McKee'a barn in Mercer, con- town to s- - & ua. We hare no remtmbrancca sfi (learner itself was cruthed by icd last taining about 20,000 pounde of hemp, 60 of it, but plcaaanl one. I can't expreea a 3t,!l 0barrela ot corn, lot of hay, Ac , burned June. our aense of the un remitting kindnesa and Sunday morning. Loaa$2,tb0, Insurance B hospitality of Dr. Ureen Moor and hi ra I If Jo Johnatoii says that Jell Da- $1,100. oo W, ibtUDiirraljiKsl, will rent to lb Mtfttral ill good wife, at whose houae we found a d ;I on i vis stole S25.000.000 iu gold belong TheXJeoeal report theCourt diy aale ligbtful home while in Jamestown. Th Saturday, Docombor tho 24th. 1881, ing to the Confederacy at the end of aa follows: There were between 300 and LOUD bleea them and the dear other M aotlSr the war, he evidently lies. There 400 cattle on th marlet, but rurally of an frienda who made our alay an pleasant, not Brtrii thobcmri fll l.y JoLb M.thTtTfrnlo a I bull now fxtupitJ Mtrtbon, llolb lb IIoum a ad Ma Lie r lo CrahOnharJ Inferior qiality. There waa a good dewas not that much g'dd in the whole forgetting the precious band of little girla gOUkl CUthiltloa, iOj It U fuutl bu.lDtrM itiixl r will rrqulroa B1 wllh KwJ mand for heaiy feeder but it could not who constitute, aa In r Southern States. ? other place, Mar!, III I'll AAN.V JAMtsi.tribOrcbanl. be met. Then were aerersl nice hunches "body guard,"and ahed honest, luting taara Kclsuu Jtecord is nut In a hol- of young atock, including 3 calf ea aold Ihla morning aa Tub they clung to her and iday sheet double its usual size. It Is to Mr. Sandidge, of Lincoln, at $.2 37 er Oeorgia for a last embrace, (lod blesa the neatly jitinted, full ol interestiog mat' head. They were eitra good. Another dear children, W will neier forget tbciu bunch of 17 head, not quite ao good, went ter and reflects great credit uu broth- at $19 75. Geo. Ilrlght, of Lincoln, bought and hope they will alwata remember ua, and may our Uod bteaa the dear peopl er Murray and liis office. 17 head of feeding cattle, at $30 vO per whom In 12 abort daya w learned In lole Coxaiiis adjournal Wednesday, head; Cabell Huguely 21 head of 850 lb a) dearly. We only regret we could reach stoppers, at $3.10 per 100 lb. The mule (ill Jan. 0th. ao limited a number. Invite tbe attention of the people to their new Fall stock of trad wis actlre, and scleral buyera were Our journey to Liberty waa accomplish, A on Ihe market, Including Cirolhcr N0TS OF CURRENT EVENTS. cd In safety and wilh ease between 10 A V A I for J, of Heard, of Shelby, Geo. u. and 5 r. M , and I write Ihla in ihe The Court of Appeal has adjourned Lincoln, and Mr. Alford, nf fayed Ktone House, where w ar again mad to Ihe 1st Monday in January. 1 mule aol freely at Large, well brok eery comfortable and already feci "quit The fe'cr.al haa continued Timothy U $1201W per head. at horn." So Casey begin, while yet Howe, of Wisconsin, 1'o.t llaater Oca-eta- l. "PRAISE THE LORD." Kuwait doe not end. For while in Ihla changing life, en rimlt, on lace only can Horace Oray, of Maasichu.ills, Ky, Dec l'J, '81. Jud Liberty, Cany Co, abaorb present attention, It take lh place haa heen couOriued Aaaocial Juiltce of the Deer Merlerr The Jameitown meeting closed last ol no other, but only lla own lce. Ihe Court. Kupreme rest are all unfur(jio, andean reitrhe Th Lexington Court lent 18 prison in night, with th beat win reaened forth uitcnltary for illacltburn lo par- laat, aa usual. 30 confesaed for ihe aoul pushed out by th new comer. The heart lo th expande with thl work and Ihire ia amdon nut. Two of tLeoi are aenlinced for and 35 were anointed for healing. Th to ple roomthir for all. I'ltAlHK Till: tal of confession during lh 12 daya of HI and un for 21 yelr. LOUD that ia ao. J.T. Varren A Co--, wholesale deatera the meeting, were for lh aoul, 1(12, for W begin Casey with peculiar feeling They call especial attention to their stock of lorelijufiulte, farcr (rocuiea, Ac, of th body, 1G2. There waa not a single In I.iahilillei lerriceofthe aertea without conftaalona lhal oae uiay be pardoned fur mentioning Ctaciniiall, hare isiIokI. for lh aoul, and Dearly all who attended lo those who Lai wllh increasing Interest much UH'i than ais.is. Another conrlct, uiaklnt lh elfhlb, th meeting with any thing Ilk regulari- watched this wuodirful work of Ihe LOItlJ W ar now at lb K,Int w atartrd from cut off his hand Tueiday, lo ktep from ty, we r brought Into the fold. It waa What a glorious worfclnx In th hemp factory of lh Kn very precious meeting, aa far aa It went, nearly fire yeara ago. Ills name Is Kfancla and wt)ha not lh sad sen of comara. circle of grata and circuit of lleralng It Also to thalr stock of Cltohing, Bsotsarti Shoei, whloh have beta selected lucky r.nltentlaiy. with care, and they feel confident that llenhani, and ha wai sent from 1'uliiil, tir failure burdening our hints, aa at haa been I Nearly 20,000 amiie gathered Th Crui c,f IJIUorn A Co, whole aoiue place. Th littles elllsgo la regener sine our dear "Jack" otrivl Mint' sal lulllinere.uf Cintiiiiiall, hay mad an ated, Th chang la wondirlul, ami re- mini una beech tree, June 17,1877, on aulgtuenl for Ihe UncCt of their creditor. marked by all. Th dot of the meeting our way ti Clinton county, ''Jack"iueane I)r John Tb amount uf their liahililiea I e.tlma. left no on depreaeed, aa by a aen of our atld nephew and cousin, kindly llogle, of teiat $00,000, nearly alio' which lldu eomelbing haling gone wroog, but all re u to thl Taint Lick, who We droie dlatant KInl. read the Of then goods ever exhibited In Stanford. joicing becaua ao much bad been don. in New Vork and Ilo.lon. Is a for two weeka work. Mercy I that la oeer $5,000 a year. Why, the man will aoon be rich." And abaurd asll.lt Is, in fac', it waa credited by many to whom eiplan atlona came loo late, again, to remedy Ihe blundera of on Ihe meet tng. I mention tht. only because I hope it may do aometbtng towards rectifying an etll that in this and other casea ia Terr mischievous, I mean the wretched practice of telling In the public prints what ought to be, aa the Savior commands, so unostentatious, that the left hand will not know what Ihe right hand does. The one thing that marred the exquisite delicacy with which erery thing waa done for lie in waa the publication of the Somervel, amount glren to ua aa a free gilt. Charity daelle upon Ihe hope that It waa aa tin- tasteful to the donors to see It In the pa per, aa to Ihe Leangeliata. I will think that, until assured to the contrary, for the dear Somerset friends acted with auch ran and delicate courtesy, that I hare no words lo czpresa me admiration of It. Ncwapapen will be am pipers, lo the Millenium, I euppose, and one must not be hard on the and men who cater to the morbid public appetite, which, like that of the Athenians in Paul'a time could not be aallslied 11 (1 ALniRD iniKriaji(T. HAY too Ions MONDAY, JAN. 2, 1882, d..r la lh. toe of all. IVtwe lh iM r. thehoorsof Coatt-IIen- s BsM noiorurl lly lor sale lr I' ! JiaJI TIKIS. familial suHertl lor I. Xf.WI.tXIl forJ,Ky,ttwes m puUklr ooVr to Mil the f.llwla derlld slUttra la ir.nM Ua I, alt or thtia bcounty . a, th lorr ln-l- , first trsft is hnowa Inessed, ao.ll,llula oor IllsiUth H,lhl,o HtsnljM Itatslll tare tl Ihs host sld.r the plknah,ll'iMl.srra itundrj, l ls Meal,Flour, Lard,Potatoes Tinware, GlnsHWiirt, ftTAIMM. QUEENSWARE, W00DENWARE,&c. We Isld in, before the late rise ia lime, a large and );.. rr. lft rt)iltM Goniiilolo Assortmoiit of Canned Goods, W Such as Corn. Tomatoes, Pons, florins. Ponchos, Poars. Raspborrlcs, Strawborrics, &c. has baaJ, also, a stork a- t- DAVUSOItf HTA,l'l)lll),KV, BROS. .. ' Coal Buckets, Kitchen Sets, Shovels, Poliors. cteo. Produce of all kinds taken in oxchango for Goods at the highest market price. Ii, J. IlEST'.TJ'IiA.IT'r itl ASHER OWSLEY, OPEltA IXOXTJSM I5TXOIC MULhU IS a o9 & So I tJ Hardware and Groceries. Largest assortment of .,,.. STOVUS . AND IN TIIWN URATKS liht i' iihv:i:m. 7,lh 11 m CO Ala HODS AND VASES, FIRE-BRICK .. . - 6c CLAY CHIMNEYS, Hoi'iSC-HllOCH, Jl"011, IVililH, QUEENSWABE AND TINWARE, mm ii r Hi I I Salt, Lime and Cement, WHEEL I1AIIROWS, HINGES, HOLTS, O "Wagon and Buggy Material, c'uamimox mititi:i unit:, Ac. K.E3VEE3VEBBK.- - FOR RENT! Si nil I s I I I i I 4 w 5 Mill Iiiin Tor mile Use Hoiulorftil SEVERANG ED &G0. 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. K. Denny, R. E. Barrow, John "W. Log'an, A. D. Newland, John M. Reid, Thornton Porter, W. H. Hays, S. H. Baug'hman, Dr. C. Fowler, G. F. Peacock, Adam : DRY GOODS,NOTIONS OLOTHING, BOOTS, They SHOES, HATS, TRUNKS AND VALISES, Carpenter, G. L. Carter, Peter Carter, A. A. "Warren, R. S. Ly tie, S. J. Embry, J. H. Shanks, J. M. Philips, W.T. Green, CS001JS, James Hendricks, M. G. Nevins, Geo. D. "Wearen, T. W. Miller, Givens, Dr. Bailey, John Dudderar, Jno. Bang'h-maSi, John Shelby, John C. Fry, E. arc able to Show the Nicest B. Beazley,R.C. Warren, R. & E.Woods, n, and the Best Line J. G. Seargent. See your neighbors who have them in use. Vk hope the merchants of our town Madam rumor aaya lhat one of our will Inllow Ihe etsmple set by W II. yonng gentlemen will lead to Ihe altar on ihla mnrnlns; al r'fl.sll oranjsa TllEheal ilgara In town at Hate A Nun Illggina Isai nigh, by erecting street of Oarrard' toeellest delimiters ere many . lamps. V If. Illwlna'. . nelleyV Two fur (Ire tenia days shall have piaae.1 away. e a One of Dr, Doore's neighbors ,ss a Mr H. 0. TuuriirART announced to haa been raining Ineeaatnllr, atnre Call ami t can of Ha.MI Itock Friday Morning, December 23, 1881, few ducks which come over in hla yard Monday, and llie Si. Aaaph la high enough her Sunday School class laat Sunday, lhat iijalsraal Halt A Niinnllss, In limiitaudiic new More room In she would have a Chrlatmaa tree fur their occasionally, but Ihe Dr. sa)s he don't lo float a I'lllalinrgcoal fleet. lii'i Stock New Orlrans sugar ual rr benefit, and lhat of her College girls on Ilka lo haee them around, they are entireL.iN. TIME CARD. IMm'i forget Ihe Poet OIBce atnre when Ike eight of Ihe 21th. rIr-lallla- t. ty too personal In their remarks. ANunnrllfyV. raenar Train II.wIst1I1s you come in lo buy your camliea, nut, list at We hailed with delight lli" appear raasrnfpr Train UIMrhm'il Ma'salo IMp.i, CasktCocrt la through with Its criminal ance Wll.t. open on Hatnrdar morning new ratalna, orangea, and alich, for Chrlatmaa. of the spicy buslees and Mr. Warren has relumed, lot of eilia fine clothing. KecproiirlHiilly on linnil u full nfook ton JoumeAL, Ihla week. Though we JlTirr received at McAlialer A ilright'a a lie sent a hnree-lkle- f named Wm. Scar IhinMrnr A Co. LOCAL NOriCCS. knew It would !e good we must say It haa freah aupply of Orange, fomona, Dananaa- - broiigh to Ihe penitentiary for aurpaased our expectations and we ex TllR Iwoilrut alorta ari Tlalng with each tocoa Nrw mil full lord t( (.luck. Hi IVnnr nut, California Pear, Malaga on hia own confession. nlhrr In Itia llliimialion biialnaaa, Mc claim with the IVatmlsl, "ihe half waa A McAll.l.rV (lraiea, etc. The Presbyterian ladiea were busy yea- never told." UoUrlaan.l Slagg were ixrhapa a neck M rotintr' liama fur f 1irlt Home nlr TllR Xlldeay Oipier haa a boy that beata terday dressing and decorating Ihe room ahcait laat nlchl. Mis Dovie Carpenter, of Stanford, a A.Onslfj's, Jn.it received a Urge lot of Men's and Boya' Fall and Winter Clothing; our. He la only 12, learned Ihe boiea for Ihelr aupier and they succeeded In pretty alater of Dr. Carpenter, la hla guest HlMlt.Tol HtlM. l'Mltr lwat on Trriioin rrvrR la raging In lie High and Ml up 1000 ema In nine houra. He la making it look ust too utterly loo loo. Ihla week. hamlat A.Owal'. Our handsome friend Janice and a splendid line of Fall and Winter Shoei, of Zeigler'i Bros'' make, land nalfhborliooil, Rome deatKa hare a Virginian alao. They are going to spread Ihe best TSn-n- l Hid stock of Oiimiho Ilail-n- l Wlr on llrooka, of Cincinnati, la home for ilia boll- - for Men, Ladies and Children, New stock of Cloaks and Dolmans jnst occurred and Hi fourth raon In the In ml t Anlirr supper ever had In Stanford and we are days. Dave Carson, of Nashville, Tenn , Call at J. T. Ilanla Meat and twill of Wm. Terr'a famllr la now down with ll. For niraliclnst imrpo Imr is here on a vi-We are lo relatives atore and you will find, at reanabte sure llief will be liberally patron!-.- ! lU.Tur-ol.- l wi.i.kr rroiu .Mciiniwria glad to see our friend Henry (Ireen nut Vi'r. are etrctlng 31 orercoala b; pricea, all ktnda of meala, oaler, fiah, everybody go. Hint. Prlcea ranging from $10 lo fowl, vrgetahlea of all aorta, butter, egg, We print In another column a statement again , Writing llAKinouK Toiltl HU, A portion of our little village is till from Mr.Alford as we had no desire to mis l)V sn.l hotllar fttM nta of all kimta it MO. l'arllra not auppllnl will call at once etc., etc. Dr. Carpenter haa lakei and aeenre aliea. Ilruce A Co. l'tnii; A McAllatrr'. represent him. When Mr. Warren marched on Ihe move. TilEworlhleaa mail agent carried rooms at the Harria house. J, F. Carson HoLIKAT l'AMrKTI, watcllta, JtWtlr' of the mail by yelerday. If he peralata In with the Hancock and Kngliah club It waa ha moved DE-iYIiEmA ciTiicr of town had lit fare and ITS" Tarfctr. n.l chrsp id J tilrtroir In lo ihe Singleton hou-- e formerly in the capacity of a mualcian, aa he be ceck llltrallr rorrel with paint Wed doing ao, a mob will take him off Ihe r than e rtr l IVany A McAH'ttr'f. occupied by Ansel Mr. Jake Diliion. train here aome day and drag the creek longed to the band, and he only went 7 a woman, who thui aought neadar night nolo IVnnr A McAIIalsr's for jour Illggina haa rented rooms from Mrs. Ihen on the promise ol the other memjlfla. Hani C'laos his fataMMii-rerenge. It took fourteen men to ecrnb with him. ber of the band lhat they would return Stusrt sod will remove In same before hi hsail ''narltrs Ikirr, with prrstnts aw- the elnO off and allll ll ehowa llaelf. PERFUMERY AND FANCY TOILET ARTICLES, lln.t. E. W. llnoww, who haa made a the favor at the coming Ilepublh-s- n New Year. J. T. Chadwick and J T. ful intl Uaull'iil Mm IlrLtr Hoot fell down her alore very excellent end conervalive Judge, la A band from Danville went In the Holdaru hare sold ihelr interest In Ihe PERSONAL announced for a re nomination lie haa place of the Stanford bind and that Is all saloon to Jim Diliion. mom etepa) from top lo bottom Wednea One of our young r.ieu a.f a religious Mr. I.twi., a brothrr f Mix Mil. day, and atrange to aay did not get a devoted a great part of hla lien- - In fully about it. Mr. Warren la as good a Kepu'a WINDOW GLASS AND PUTTY, acratch. Some aay ahe had been taking acquainting hlmaelf with all Inediilie of lican as anybody and the best postmaster turn of mind went some lime agj lo lake Jtfil lwls, la Tlilllnc har. ProscripChrlatmaa a little too oon, but of courae hia office and la now heller qualified than In Ktntncky. We hope If Mr Alf. rd la a young lady out driving. On account ol MlallATtlK Heailrt of Ijancsaler, ever to fill ll Ihoroughlv and acceptably. confirmed her delicate health she l.iok a little brandy that la not tt. la with Mr, lbs Wo he will be eeen half aa go before starting. Keirinf Ihe fume of ihe MlM Stall: lwOUT liaa on Tisit sf well The Death IUttle. A few weeka ago Cait. TiloMAt IIiciiariw la announced HARMACCS. same would be loo much fur hi sensitive to Mfai Mauls lEowlan.l, I Ianllls. aa a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln, Ihla an Individual Introducing hlmaelf aa Ihe loss wo sell olfactories, she thought si e would, tell him Mint Hamanfiia Uxux, of Sasre morning. The Captain la a ery popular County Judge of Knoi, dropped iiionthe floocii Jacoua At James Uoorh ' on abiul ll and feeling a delicacy In broach tmlilulr, Islington, la at hone for Ilia man, a Democrat of the true a"(rl and aa peopled Crab Orchard and vicinity and the 23.1. Wm. M. Oooch lo Mis Khoda ing Ihe subject said: "IWl you smell liollilats. clever and aa arcomptlahed a gentleman aa by seductive words and pleasing promise. Jacob. M. J. IC Anhimox Kllili Powr.ua. Oreen Kldd, twice a brandy 7" Looking a lilll confused li rrlurntJ onemeeteanywncre. lie will ba a very gol numerous gullible parlies, who wanted from a rlait lo lila coualn (I. V. DuJtlerar formidable candidate from the alart. widower and aged S3, waa married at Z'ck said, ".No, it' whisky." She II, in aid. to make a fortune at once without nrk ttSeollTlllr, III. Ing for ll, to lake risks on old peuple In Padgel's on Ihe 19th lo Miaa Mary Ann "No, it i tVaacfy." He then to d liar, 'No, "Mr dear Mea. Smyth, how well vonr adealh-raltl- e , it's whisky and ll Is fie first Mlaa AiOitc IlvciliKAK, 1 charming Life InsursneeCenmanv of Powers, a wfdow of 36. He Yesterday, Iter. J. 8. Sims was re drink I have taken for a longtime" founj lad of Crab Orchard, la (Islllng huaband lookat I had no Idea, until to- Ll'ennsylvanta. The Ihlrg look like wild day, that he waa audi a kandaome man, divided cinnamon with her and they both hsr cousin Mra. A. A MeKinnrr. fire and In less than-weak Ihe Judge had quested te board Ihe train here and unite ! How cornea It!" "Well. you aee, It la all chewed in silence for the rest of the drive, Mr. V. T. ItiiLtY, csnjl.late for Ai-s- t made out policies to the amount of over a fleeini pair aa It sped on to Ihe JuncYoung men, always hereafter I on account of hla elothee, He wentloJ. first to sacr of Claj anj J. M. Dallas, of $30,000, the premluma on which were tion, He got aboard and the parlieshae. smell the brandy. ua jestcrtlaj and Uft Winter ( Co, corner of Third and Market aomethlng over $100. We understand Ing a license he bound them together. His atreela, Uuieville, filled hlmaelf Huitonnllt. atraral aubscriptions. that Ihe riaka were mostly on old and de- - name is Alfu.1 M. Little, of Kstill. and The Turk-Is- h out In a new Wnler Suit. Make vonr War: Me era. Oreem A II. It. DtKRiXd, General Passen-Jcrrpirl colored who would be here waa Miss Laura Upthegrove, of Lin Willisms shipped thia week, 200 dreteed huebind buy a auil there and you will not bought Into ger an Ticket Afenl of the J. M.AI. A the transaction by a plug of coin. (or rather a dressed) lurke-- s It, Cmcin- ! Mr. It. II. I.aca, Southern 1'aasanger envy n.e mine. He la a real Chnalmae tobacco or an old red RELIGIOUS. collnn handkerchief. nan Agent of the VanJalia sr.,1 J. M. A I. K. huaband now; and my boya let they are One old woman, who la trembling on Ihe The news from Liberty npt.i Tnesdsi Ihe beat drcued in our neighborhood. Klder W. T. Corn hss moved t.i H'e. ware here. WlnraJar, on business brink of Ihe grave, had $60,000 insurance night, was, thsla jury ill the ess (f ihe And thia I owing to having bought at J. connect! llh thttr excellent roaila. taken on her life, by men who put up Commonwealth va Sam Williama waa Winter A Co, corner of Third and Market their laat At Ihe conclusion of hla sermon last cent and Ihen borrowed all they made up on the morning of that day, and LOCAL MATTERS. elreele, Louieville, Ky." could gel, ao aa to go In aa largely aa Sunday, Kid Joseph Ballou announced Ihe trial commenced. Out of &') men lhat hia pastoral year waa up and KnA Sots, Vasos, &c. al llaleA Xunnelles's. Cacoiit amd Jailed Some monlha lioasible. rbi done they folded their having failed to accomplish what he that aummontd in Casey, only one juror waa had accepted. ago Peter Cain, who haa frequently figured arms, prayed that the old woman might Eight were obtained from IltnULAR Kink nail Tuesday night. Wu set nut lo do, he had no further desire lo In Ihe courta here, alole Jim Harria' wife lie taken at once and dreamed of Ihe ease Iloyle on Monday, and Ike oilier three on aa pastor. The committee lia.idM).nc-lo- t Monday night from Pulaikl. Fresh boiled ineal at McAlialer A and "mar" and run off. The pair aoon and comfort that the prospective lliouaanda continue locall another pastor, met Wednestired of their illicit love and returned.and would place them in for Ike rruiaindrr of Boiling Kink: J. I). Dunlap-w- ho iSrifhlV Tor and telegraphed to Eld. ICeynolda, of day Harria vucceedtd In gelling hiamare back. their live. Hut it becomes our painful eeema.dispoaad lo put all our community OrEXED yesterday, 100 silk handkerBourbon, but he had not answered yesterPrevlouato thai, however, he awore out a duly to dispel the bright Illusion. The day. on whrela intimates lhat he will open the chiefs. Severance, Dudderar A Co. warrant againat Cain for horae alealing and N. Y. HVeiy Undmriltrot the 17lh says ltink Indue form on Frldsy night. The LAMD. STOCK AHO CROP. Pennsylvania, of York laMM who do not maa'u will 1 when Sheriff Menefee ami Deputy Carpen that the ambition of Kauffman to be llioronghly county" and "The Stale Capital of Harris- chargetl fiftctnu admiaaion to the Hink ter went lo arrral htm, he fired hia double-barr-- 0. C Lyon sold F. 0. Hsrrl CO head trained before sppearlng In public has to night. ahol gun at them, and auccceded In burg," have been dissolved at their own of 1,000-l- b cattle atC) caused some delay in the nixning I look. cents. until making good hla ecape, Nutnerouaeflorla requeal in preference lo aUnding Ike fire The Female College cloaea I have 48 Wayne county yearlinga to ed in on Ihe Rlnh performances a while of a def en suits againat Item. We do not riatlThuralaj; I'rof. Kogera' achool till toraptnre him were made, but all were in know aell at January Court In Stanford. (I, C lo day, and look a contract for prospective that either of these fa Ihe one in vain until Monday night when Deputy funerals. Januar SI. Duncan. 2l Cowan learned that he waa putting In hia which our Kast end friends have invested The probability, now Is, that the trial ol 8 V. Cowan sold lie Dr. Montgomery Wr. hare rrceired a Uautiful itock of very pleaaanlly with Mra. Johnaon, a but It la all the aame. They are all rotten for Mr. Roger, of Mercer, 100 (Julleau will outlaat Arthur's administra time ewee at Kilk llandkerchiefaand Ijare Neck wear concerns, and Ihe man who pays for a pol. faat widow of the Heat Knd. tion; if indeed, it be not handed down as a Telegraph$4 par head. for the HoliJara. Mc.Vliater A I.jlle. ing for aaaialance Deputy Carpenter waa icy in any or them, will realise Ihe old 4). C, Duncan, of Wayne, aold lo legacy lo a future generation It la not likely saying that "a fool and hia money are soon aent and the two proceeded to Mra. John -(llvtN up that McUoWrta A Sugg take Morris Farria, 40 head of 700 lb. cattle, that all Ihe preaent jury will live through the'lead In kaeing the Urged, chcapral aon in the night time and were unkind parted." We ahould not neglect lo remark at 3 to 3 65 per lb. Alao 2 yoke of oxen the trial In case of the demise of any, enough to interrupt the ilelighlful time that Ike Judge, who gol TO per cent, of Ihe tlie case will have to be gol up f twro, and and moat beautiful line of holiday good at $73 and $90 rcmiums, will find Crab Orchard a rather the two were having, by tearing away the In town. Come and aee theio, (lEORnrrovrNCocnr. About 400 cat- before a verdict is rescind, il is poaslble hot place lo viait, If his company proves lover and haatenlng him to jail. Wednes the plaster cast of Oultesii. ,t.., will be There will be a Chrietuiaa tree at the day he waa brought out for trial, W. K. as rotten at we have reason in believe it Is. tle of all grsdea on the market, and sold the only aurviiror of Ihe original parlies. from 2 to 4 cents. About 400 broke and Chriat-m- u Itichaond Junction School-houa- e arnon appearing In hla behalf On ac The ladiea of this plsce are agitating unbmke mule on Ihe market, and sold TheSoIiiek. One of the most enluva Kre night, for the benefit of the Hun-d- count, however, of Ihe almence of witneu- ble entertainments that we have attended from $70 to $120 Work horses sold from the question of a Christmas Iree. We hear Kcliool achnlara, and oilier. alao, faiut note of a Concert, and delect ea, Ihe oae waa continued till 9 a. m. y. for along time occurred at the Colleie $30 lo $112 on tbe atmoapbere something tike the spiMn. John IIlain' Kandom lleminirctn-ce- a Tuesday night. The younc. lady boardera cy breeies from a coming festive enur LINCOLN COUNTY. which we publiah on our outaide, la Tut: Lincoln Mills-Fe- w of our lea- - had prevailed on Mrs.TrueLeart to allow tainment; but am notable yet lo "speak by the book." Any developemams aa to Cngltman't Mill. the moat Intereating and epicjr of the man dcra are aw ire of the vaatneaa ol the enter Ikem to prepare Ike programme without either mailer will be duly heralded And Mr. I). N. Prewilt sold to Mark good article that hare emanated from hi prise juat put in operation here by IL T any assistance, from her, and at ihe pernow, lo editor, mansger, official iten, Mattlngly A Koberl McAlialer. Thair ex- - formance ahe waa aa aurprised and aa in- Wakefield, of Danville, 100 barrels of corn tribulors and resj.rs, marry staff, con Christmas and a happy New Yer!2 llAVINa eold out nij etock lo mj broth- lenaive flouring Mill and Klevator which terested a spectator aaanybo.lv. The at $3 30 per barrel In the crib. Two of Kunford'a clever voung genSeveral of our young folka lhat have er, U. K. Wearan, 1 am deairoua lo cloae hare been in progreM of erection for aouie- - opening song waa "Nancy auog In a tlemen, Doc Carpenter up mr buaineaa, and Ihoae indebted lo me time are at laat completed and under full moat lively and cheering manner by Misses their Uvea inaured will attend the masquer- non, graced our village and U'allace Veron Tuesday...... are rcpieated to call and aettle, H, 11. headway. Accepting an Invitation from Dunn, Wooldridge, llocheeter. Van Are- - ade neck breaking on the night of the 23d. John M. Logan Is oil to test Ihe glories of Mra. D.N. Prewilt receive.) a tele- Ihe holidays at Lancaster, and way staMr. McAlialer logo through Iheeatabliah- - dale, Dakar and llryanl, io an accompany-menWearen, t Wm. Mounce, an old cltlien of luent with him, we went up yeaterday af played by Mis Kste White. Miss gram laat week from 8helbyville bearing tion Hilor. A fellow named Tom Jaaper atternoon, and in company with Mr. M. T. Bessie Ilryant repeated Ihe "new Church the sad newv of the death of her alater, Ibe county, haa gathered hia household god and atarted tor Texaa. It is a serious tempted to force himrelf into the Ojera Lnoa. foreman for W. T Pyne A Ci , Lou- - Organ" with decided elocutionary and ar- - Mra. Wallers. undertaking for one of hla years. Ilouae atHomeriel without a ticket. ManTook Hubble has alx jacka and they prosper I... We learn that Ihe 7Voui Mar he Iavillc, who put In Ihe machinery, we tiatic effect, her make up, voice and acoi" f'.r,.. ager V. C. Owene (topped him when JaaThey yefi'oaa under tbe leadership of Ueorge O. mail a full Inspection. In Ihe baaamenl tions being an almost perfect representa furnish music for the neighborhood. per drew a knife and allempUd to cut sixteen-yes- r uarnes, reacueu on .Monday after-rooof the I alory brick building iaan eO horae tion of Ihe woman that the poet had In hla make more noise than a dozen lilm,Hjut juat at he waa about to do ao, old girls at a all ling party. engine which furniahea the motive power eye when composing Ihe piece. Miae AnIt may be unpopular but still it is Mr. Owena dropped lilui with apiatolahot Mra. O. P. Bright haa been quite aick my deliberate for the vaat concern, On the first Door la nie Holmes gave a Piano eulo, Miaa lielle opinion that ihe recently In the thigh. aomethlng like flux. Mra. K. 8 trumped up charge againat Jeff Dana, aa a corn bin r with a grinding capacity of 30 an Arsdale read "The Last Hall" and with White who haa been suffering for some aa to the mtaaing $2,300,000 ia manifestly The I'oal Uflice matter la lu thia ahape : to 10 buahela per hour. It I ao arranged Misses Ltttie ltochesler and Irwin llaker, time Mr.Alford haa the lkrealdent' appointment that Ihe miller can feed ll either from the with rbeiimatiam Is able to gel about and ludicrously absurd. The atory will a pair of budding beauties, aang very run for a time like a prairie lire, but It though the Senate haa not confirmed him, mill or the elevator, and not leave the aweetly on crutches. will grow as harmlea- - aa the flitting me"What are the wild wavea aaying?' A man by the name of Poore, a cousin teor. The ihiiiE reminds me of an inci but haa adjourned fall the Slli of January. burr. Two wheal burra and one middling Mlaa Lula Wooldndge aa "Parrahaiua" of J. W. Poore, of Oarrard, raya that he dent which occurred in Msson county du Mr. Warren haa withdrawn in faror of burr, a flour packer and a large platform acquitted herself very handsomely, har waa robbed of $10 by two negroes at ring my ooyuuou. uiuicutty sprang up Capt. (Icorg II. McKInner, which gen- scale are alao on thia door. On the escond reading and acting being given with a Clarke' Itun bridge belwen Ihla place and at a card table the parties all being tleman la endomd be nearly ererybody are the flour packing bin ao arranged aa to tragic effect that would tKalfcmen about Ibe diapiarance of a have been credit Danville, a few nights ago. here and by prominent Kepubllcana pack flour in or out, 2 double stock hop to a profeasional. $30 note. The loss was discovered too Miaae-- s Sallia Penny and A young lady lhat rrcently visited soon for Ihe convenience of Ihe thief, who. among them the Hun, John pere, 1 meal boll and an automatic friction Lllen Halloa In a Piano duet, gave a Med this neighborhood cannot complain of the to save hia reputation, adroitly slipped White. The Capt. la a good Ilepuklican, clutch which connecta and drivea Ihe ele ley in a manner that evinced their excellack of attention duriug her viait, because the note into the vest pocket of a looker thoroughly ualified and will file entire vator. 1 1 can bealarted and itopped lu a lent training. Mis Kate Williama read a on, one John Beck Icy. and suggested a aatlafaclion, moment, without Interfering with any of composition on Ihe "Skating Kink," which there waa one young man called three search of all in the room. John, by Ihe WlLLIAMt AOjVITTUl A ItECEIVEII Ihe other arrangement. There are alao a waa an amusing and ingenious take off of times a day and thought of her between way, waa a fine, high toned, clever fellow, tlmea. but unfortunately, had become a hopeless Ilradley drlilng Smith No. 1 Purifier; 1 No. 1 Pvne'a a pair of beginners trying lo make love Itrri'aEK. Seeing V. A rooater that laya eggs. Mr. L. drunkard Of course Ihe money waa Into town yraterday through the mud and Schoonover Purifier and a large dual room nd atand on the treacherous akatea at the Kngleman aaya tkat he has a ro later In a found on him, Willi a concise expression litm: "Hell, Col., Juat lu which every particle of impurity la aame lime. Misses Irwin llaker and Ka- close coop where nothing csii get In nor of mingled disgust and disappointment he elu'h, weaccoatrd taken from the grain. On the 3d Door we tie While rendered "Maaser and Pupil" In out, and no one visits the coop but hlm- made Ihe plaint: "Had 1 known il was from Liberty T'' "Yea, left llere about il would have become three houra ago," "How la the Williama found a 0 reel cheat to eeparate flour from a moat charming manner, both tkeir act- aelf, and every morning when he feeds his there, bar, before you could a deposit al the next have made caae progreaaing." "Tlie jury acquitted middlings, in which are sifters made of ing and singing being remarkably good. rooster he finds an egg In the coop. the search " ll Is needless lo sdj that 1-2 Ibis deitnse was overwhelming. Urn after a abort retirement laat night. 1 rench allk of a varrailra quality. An .Miss Mamie llry.nl read "Anabcl Lee." There TheChrlslmu tree will be at Ilright'a waa no pris.culi.in in hia caae. I waa not in the caae but I never liatencd other 2 reel cheat for dusting, separating and was followed by Miss Sillie Penny, in school house next Saturday night. It la A py of the 'S.ml eeekly" came lo to oae in which waa ao clearly and rtboltlng, a llruah Macchlne; a Eure a well executed Organ Solo. "Sewing on the chief topic among the yonng folks, hand this morning In advance of the prorrn. Dick Warren and Col. Hayea ka bmutler, and 2 middling blna for 1st Ilultons" aa Mlaa Nannie Dunn did ll, was and all are expecting a gay lime and a mail. Aa waa anticipated here It keara ita proaecuted andCul, Welch, Jim Alcorn and Sod quality, and a Harnett and Les a very laughable, if not a very pleaaanl great many presents. Your correspond- new form with the dignity uf a veteran; Mike Saulley and (leorge Stone defended, corn cleaner are all on Ihe floor. The 4th occupation. MIis Irwin llaker was almp-l- y ent is at a loss te know what he will do and secmato have passed Ita tranaition cfiod aa naturally slid aa gratefully as floor baa two coolera lo carry flour to boll, Welch elated tlie ciae In hla tianal euperbin the poisoning scene of Juliet, xllh alt lhat he receirea, W, the bud unfolds Itself into Ihe full bloeii All of the other gentlemen and a cockle uiaehlue.The atanda of eleva giving It In a manner that can be excelled Chrlatmaa gift to the Interior Jourk-A- rose. We admire ihe spirit that has uude fine eiccchca but that ol Jliu Alcorn lore paai through the building to diatrib-utby few of Ihe Juliets of the present day. and a happy New Year; hoping that it prompted and eiecuted Ibis advance lit the stuff to ail parte of Ike mill. The The Chorus sang "Kathleen," Miss Annie will still grow in value and lie appreciated Ihe urngrrs of our paper, and trust that, waa the uioat highly coiupllmented. I heard a man aay that he fairly out did machinery of the whole thing I perfect, McKinney read a very creditable comiu- - in the future as It lias been In Ihe past, and ndswndent of a commendable counly pride our people will see the Importance htinwlf." (Note. Williama waa tried lor and works with a clock-lik- e y prrcieion. The sitlou, MUea llallou and Penny made lhat the will be so eagerly of backing up strongly and chserfully an the murder of llurnee in 1870. He left capacity of the mill la SO barrels of flour melody in a Piano and Organ duel, ami a sought for by every one lhat lovea lo read enterprise which, although a few years ago ahorlly afterwarJa ami after aeferal yeare per day, packed and ready for delivery. Charade entitled, "A Sea of Troubles" a real spicy psper, lhat it will aoon be con- il would have been considered utterly chi ; $2.-.00meriral, eill, we feel assured, prove Uuli of wandering waa arrealrd In Portland, Cocoected with the mill la a large eleva ended the performance. Kight young laverted into a dally. practical and profitable lo Ihe community. Oregon and brought back.) uf 40,000 buahela capacity, and la ar- dies took arte In Ibis, and while all did "I belicre tor The truth Is, the uiuaic of Ihe lime Is lar Crab Orchard. you were counacl for Crook, Col., in the ranged to work with the mill or not, aa de wall, Miss lleasle Ilryant is worthy ol spa- too rapid for Ihe deliberate The Christmas tree al Ike llapllat step id a weekly paper The and solemn tliietuatioi.e agalnal lilui for an ippli-catio- sired. There ar. eight denarliuenta for cisl mention. She acted Ihe eccentric old caw of (Irundy church will be exhibited Saturday night, of Irade are Ihi frequent and too extreme to place the Pine Hill Coal Co, in grain, a llarrett and Las Separator, woman with tie sore foot, In a manner so bou-h- t Mr. John Kdmietoa haa the progress of Micoce and art loo awtft T. P. platform and hopper acalea, corn ahelleJ. natural aa to win for tier the moat flatterthe handa of a receiver to wind up ila the rushing of even's too startling to be Pollard s stock of goods and haa reuaoved Waa there anything dont In III" Ac. There la only one oilier mill In ing praise. After this piece the young lachronicled effectively or salisfsclorlly by aame lo hla new alore. a mere hshdouildsl. Linked, aa Ihla will "Yea. We beat. Orundy, the Court de Ihe Stale with the amount of machinery dies resumed their usual dress and for an Dr.J. D. Peltua ha boua-b-l of Jaa. he by dally malla and telegraphs, with ev cidlng that hla ground' for ailing for a oiwrseJby this, and we feel epecially hour or so luipgled In pleasant conversaAdams hla house and lot adp.lnlng ihe cry porilou of Ihe land, and guldsd by a receiver were Intufijcient." gratified to know that Stanford Is on Ihe tion with Ihe youuj gentlemen of the "Anything Christian church yard for the sum of $300, hand ever ready and prruipt trt act anl tlae to tell u.et" "No, I believe lhal'a all boom aa a manufacturing town. The proWe congratulate Ibeiu on Ihelr mated bv a desire toiirninoielhe Interests The nlghl of the concert, Monday of baa been done." that Ihe people, and stimulated by au honAnd we allowed prietors have cipended $25,000 In Ihe auccess and tkank Ihein on our own part, 26th, there will be an oyaler aupper and est pride in the undertaking and confl him lo I'Aji on home without further properly, and we hope end believe Ilia and that of Ihe entire audience fjr a very hop In town. A general good time la ex dance aa to It success, lis pruspeola are hindrance. will get a rich return for their Intaatmaut. pleaaant evening. pec ted. surely flattering. So mole it be 1 rfiiiKKiltfliln 3fnltrior3foiirnal ""' Orrrriw for Chrlatmaa at Hair , Nun- - Prkii CABIilEaand orangea at Hale A I NOIZJO. K irl Nnnnelley' It 2 J.H.&S.H.SHANKS lltrlr or Ihi.r OPERA HOUSE BUILDING I'n inn, Dry Goods,Boots,Shoes,&c nuil ulj. ml Lt Vf mt ' Feany&lFilflslw j DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, Books & Stationery,Paints,Oils, Varnishes, Dye Stuffs Puro Winos and Liquors for Modical Purposes. and ln i havo also a largo tions accuratoly compounded. solcctod ock of Watches and Jowolry, which proposo to at than city prices. Watches and Jowolry Repaired and Wan an tod. la M, HOLIDAY PRESENTS Useful Holiday lresciits k'.anj McRoberts & Stage's in. ACKNOWLEDGED HEADQUARTERS goods i Toys, Dolls, Books, Writing Desks, .Toilot Imvc specially for the Holiday trade a large mid of Jewelry, Fine Uold and Silver Don't fail to see our Gents and Ladies. Watches stock helbie piirehasiii!;. Come early and avoid the nisli. SPECIAL ITEMS DF'ODEl.- THE HOLIDAYS Gents' Silk Handkerchiefs And SUSPENDERS KihIIckm OIjOVES Xcm line ol Variety T I a I. Fancy ISeekwefUS Collars and Cuffs, GSNTS' FANCY HOSE, (. J. DRESS SHIRTS ! a arces 4intr JLiJLKll? V;,nLJftS J SIO.OO TO w; a l'!leiiist line oi FINE DRESS SUITS, SILK PLUSH HATS,. Best Boots in the World ! BRUCE & CO. "TV Waiting forth Kail in th 014 Tim, at Dan-til- l. An Adrtrtising Agent. . Sometimes an advertising agency In days it was the cusIn the Kast sends us a proposition which shows a style of wild, rash lib- tom of a good many gentlemen of DanSTANFORD, KY. erality which cannot be conductlvo lo ville, Ky to wait "for the mall to Friday Morning, December 23, 1881, open," and while away the waiting by and prosperity. thrift One of these concerns the other loafing in the bank of Mr. I lice, which E. II. BUIINSIUE, Propr. Tk Western StIt. Here Iter. day made a proposition to us to run adjoined the been pub K. The Denver Tribune has a quarter column ail. of a preparati. n I)"- - Itolrt J- - Hrrrklnrtdjre, tithing a primer for the uie of iti which would mike whiskers crow on ' "urapurey an.i.ionnu. loung, Woll - Known youth readers. Hero ire a few trior a tncerchaum plpn The ad. was to and such citiiens as General Hoyle This Old and Uotol Still maintains alt: High Reputation, run in the daily and weekly one Josh. Bell (who was so personally Ii thii a Sunday 7 Yei it is a Sun- year, and copies sent to the agent. popular in Kentucky that a county and day. How peaceful and quiet it ii. During that lime $250 worth of local was named Josh Bell, so tint that Hut who it the man f He it a Impor- notices were tp be inserted also. there might be no mistake as to which Its Proprietor it Determined that It Shall be Second to no Country ter and ho ii awcaringf What makea The whole thing, at our rates, Hell it was named alter), (leneral Fry, Hotel in the State in ita Fare, him swear l1 Because he has to work would have figured up about 400, Will Anderson and others congregaAppointments, or AttenI I He is swoa Oh, no on Sunday tion to Comfort of annulled weoiogy, poui.es, iarru, and the princely sum of $30, less .13 their Quests. because he haa to break theFourth and a third per cent., the charge of ing. finance and many jest and spark Commandment. Among It is a tad thing to the agency, was lavishly oflereil 01 Hug repartee was wade. be a Reporter. was a farm course we want to encourage the others who gathered there ( Bill k. f..ie)l U aid freai tk. Sepal v. and rree arehaeie. aperlal aeraeiBiBdallaea U healthy growth of new and attractive er who was a great Methodist, U feaiBierrl.lTraiiler.. Tk. llr "111 be See the wasp. He has pretty yel whom Dr. Breckinridge bought alnai a.e.llrd altk! tkt ekelee.l We want to from whiskers in Wyoming. llgare. la briBdierUaeen low stripes around his body and a and whose eir.lle.l Mtitl LattaekrS. whisker industry spring up here hay, oats, corn, and. meat, darning needle in his tail. If you see a old Doctor sometimes weight the on the frontier that will rival the will pat tho wasp upon the tail we his loads. crops of older and more emitted thought were lsrger than will give you a nice picture book. countries, but we cannot herald the One day, in the bank, when there was VII. whisker balm all over quito a party present, this farmer preThe picturo is of an editor sneak- glad tidings of STANFORD KY. the United States and Southern Is ew sented his bill for a late and rather ing down an allcyl The mau on the hay. and the for the puro and Innocent unusuallr small load of side walk is a jeweler. The editor Jersey just seeing a picture in our Doctor turned to a desk to write a owes him Kighty Thousand Dollars pleasure of but was hesitat paper day after day of a man with a check for the amount, for Diamonds. That is why the edilike a hufUlo overcoat. ing, holding his pen in his hand. tor sneaks down the alley instead of beard on him Whatever will forward the interest The conversation simehow drifted on meeting the jeweler. Would you FEB. 2:si, 1978 of our young Territory in any way, to David and the wile of Uriah, and to QFEKED TO THE FGBUC like to be an editor and sneak down long as we can uo the subject of falling from grace. we hope to assist so an alley T and so, and still obtain enougu w pay And as the Doctor held his pen, VIII. freight on sight drifts and lead en- - seemed to inspect the account, the Oh, what nu awful sight! It is the farmer said: editor oi the Colorado Springs Gazette cih; but we can not wear out our "You know, Doctor, I believe in He has long, white teeth, and there yoUDg life trying to inaugurate a tro falling from grace-- " CENTRALLY LOCATED. pical growth of whisker', philanthrois blood on his gums. He is a bad "Yes," said the Doctor, with one man, and he has just eaten a poor pist, with our toes stickiiigDUttl.ru' of those sudden uplifting of his eye- HptMilliI A lit itiatil ill limaAf-rtartlilittle baby. He is trying to get the our boots. I miiiorolul brows and flashes from his eyes which e shall be forgiven tor We hope 'I fit Valra Capitol removed. If he gels the will so well rv but those who knew him Capitol removed, ho eats a poor little this selfish and mercenary spirit, member, "and you live up to your baby every day. You must tell your it has obtained the iuaterya over us, privileges as well as any man I and we are tho williug salve of a wild dear papa not te vote to have the know." Editors Drawer, in Haruncontrollable desire to revel in one Capital removed. per's Msgizine for Janusry. shirt while the other is in the wah IX. DauEliters, Wives, Motfiers! Is this not a mule? Tickle his Bill Nye ia Boomerang. Jones was sitting on the front steps the other night, waiting for his sweetheel and see. Yes, it is a mule. You A New Variety el Class. had better send for a doctor and a heart to come out. She knew what A Vienna chemist has recently lia minister. time to come and Jones didn't wish to It it had been a pinno in covered a new variety of glsss. It stead of a mule you would not have rinc the bell for fear of alarming the does not contain any silica, acid, potto wear .yourself in a sliug for the old folks. Presently he heard the! soda, lime, or lead, and is likely next' six months. Do you not wish ash, door open and the old man muttered to attract the attention of all professomething about somebody being "too it had been R piano ? its pecul sional persons on account of "Do you address yourself to x. Lxltrually it is fresh." iar composition, me?-- ' said Jones, springing up with a This is good littte llichanl. Hi exactly similar to glass, but its lu.mr alarms have taught Inm to lie gener"No," said the old gentle flashing. refracis higher aud it has a greater ous. See, ho has the measles, and man, mildly, "I was speaking of the tion, of equal hardntas, perfectly whi e B. MARCHI8I, he is going over U give them to the paint on the steps. It waa put there DR. UTICA.N.Y.. clear, transparent, can be ground ami SUoorenr ot D It UAllCHISrS clapped lns( Is hu nut a nice boy ? neighbors. this afternoon." Jones polished, completely insolublt iu waWhen you get tho measles, you must hand to the spot, and realizing the UTERINE CATII0L1C0X, ter, ueuetical, and it is only attacked force of the old gentlemau's remarks, a potmvi core rot natnt ccapuuii. give them tu all the littla boys and TDiirmlrwtU.ctlnk.rnuBr Uawith lb. Immliatrly by hydrofluoric or nitric acid, and U .ad m.l.artt.aa.t :l Umvf. BUnna maMWa. and girls you cau. If you do maybe your reached his soom in five minutes. ma th. .bdomlcal o4 .ndatroosronaittolL. acid. It not affected by hydrofluoric tbcm to . Iiraltbr mamma will give you something. Carson City Appeal. mr. fan I lr. altrcbia. a t'tfrla. Catbollcoo willIBflamnift-ttois easily fusible iu the flame of a caua, a. lATOfUwomb.Laeorrbra,l'hroDtc guess she will give you a licking. and Vlc.iatloa of tli. Uooib. iBCldrBt.l Scofield, aged ninety one ll.motrtur. cr ttoaUnt. Mnrul. Boppr..d be made of any colt r. Thomas dle, and can XII. Kkln.7 Couip'alBt, Irrrcular Its most important property is that it years walked nine miles to renew his aad la .olallyll.otra.UuB. to l"haot ot IM. and .dard to See the proof reader. He has been tXBd tot rmi'bjt tr.a. All Ittltia ol loiulrj can be readily fused on to zinc, brass, subscription to a New London paper. aa ahOT.. f rcr anawrrtd. Adre.. reading the proof of a Medical Cont ) tSI.K IIV A1.I.IIUH.OIJTK. foi and art andiron. It can also be tiitd for It is the general impression among rric.I.M)tboIll. 11. .ot.Tab. so otbar vention. He is not swearing. He is ll.rlne CatboJcon. glazing of articles of glass, ai.tl por- piblishers that there are a number of Cr. Mare buta i reading the bible. You can not see celain. As hydrofluorio acid haa no subscribers who are waiting untill the bible. It is locked in an iron box "BLUE-ORASS ROUTE." years old to como effect on the new glass it Is likely to thev are ninety-on- o in the editor's room. The proofDan- find employment for many techuical in and pay lor their paper. reader is saying something about Dam Gewerbe Zeitung. hury News. purposes.-Wein- er KENTUCKY OEMTRAL ining something. . Perhaps it is Cher. . A Queer Hallucination. Creek. ry Are you fond of cheese? No, but TUC MOST DEsIHABLE ttOUTE T-OXIII. The case of a starvation devotee is mv aweet heart, Elise, who sings like Is this a picture of Maude Urans-comb- e attracting some attention in Alexan- a breeze, aud whom I often squeeze, 7 No, it is a picture of Mr. dria. Its victim is Miss Cbloe A. is so fond of cheese that her breath TilJen. Is It not beautiful T The Violett, a lady of some thirty-seve- n makes me sneeze, till I fall on my TIIEONLYUSEnUNMSO left eye is closed. It must be tired. years of ace, who resides with her knees a prey to disease. Baltimore He is sitting on n barrel. It must he mother on Queen street,' between Lee Every Saturday. CARS a barrel of jam. Would you like to and Fairfax. The lady, who beara BETWEEN A flannel cloth dipped in warm soap-sud- a get your littte hand into the barrel? an excellant reputation, was in her and then into whiting and aproxluutnji and Glnc'Iiiitiitl. We would. youth fond of dancing and like a. a plied to paint, will instantly remove amusements, but later grew religious. A New Ufa to Fight Duels. all grease and dirt. Wash with clean TIME TABLE. IN IFJ'EW MABCII IS, IStl- :A yong lady friend sends us tlw fol- She claims of late to have seeu visions, water and dry. The most delicate Laa. LailBftoB . . ... aud that she bos been instructed by .1 7. SO aiu IIS pm lowing with a suggestiou that odo ,SiS atutlSOpn paint will not be injured, and will " Maraillla. . . I'arla . .. IM am lUnni likewise if ever challenge J to appear the Lord to exhibit her zeal in his look like new. .. aUau Svlpia " C;nllllna M a ai m Her service by fasting and prayer. . a ia 4 IS ptu la.aioulb on tho field nf honor: .IllOiaii S0 p Women are not half so shy as men. Arr. Onclanall A substitute for the duel, which will friends have not known her to take aad at M.ja-A woman will go lo a dry goods storo Leara Lralnfloaat ISSp. mPark arrlra Inraa flllaSlS p ui Irva ('r doubtless l3 welcomed by hightem food for an indefinate time, aud she lalutton atl IS p. iu. aodleaTca male and buy all sorts of toggery of tlDtinoatl at Ip. in. percd men who are poor niarltiiueii, avers ttiat sue nas not losteti soim days. There is a clerks, but not ono man In a thousand . InClDClBBatl for all polala has been fouud in Itally. The e.lito food for thirty-siClui. roa&actlon will buy anything but visible articles North, taal ail Waal. hic.al rau. to KaaUranta. DlaiM for a of an Italian paper issjid recently to general impression that her imagina Alk Ilia AuiBt at tk. of a femalo clerk. ol Ik. 'blu. (Iran lhuti." Hound. have received f rum it fellow citizen, to tion has exaggerated the length of her of attire trlptkkata from MaratlM. and LtalpgUiB to tin. whom ho had given ollence the follow fast, but undoubtedly she has become There le one place in Kentucky rinnwiaoiuai rruurro him. bih! wnt.ra llck- For ratei on kouarhald pull so weak from want of nutriment that where the Republicans can always aia.auore.. lua. a. iiabi.e.1 I, ing letter: "air: l cinuol seoil my ii.o. r iniaration At., lAiatastoo, Ikj, Washington count on a large majority she is unable to walk. JAML8C. ERMiT, (1. 1'. A T. A. the State seconds tu such a scoundrel as yourl'euitentiary. At present their ma self. Hereby, therefore, I smite ycu. Star. Louisville She sported a wart on the end of jority is three to one. That is tho sole object of this letter. It conveys tu jou on my behalf a her nose, she had false teeth aud a Democrat. sound slap on eithtr cheek, lie glass eye, her hair was red, her face vehicle is n bicy Ik a and cle, and a thankful for my moderation, which freckled, and she was pigeon-toea tricycle, it ILLUSTRATED. lias ta veil yuu a postal consignment wore a No. 8 gaiter. Iu spite of all does) not follow that tho 'Alalia tarle.1. alaaaaaoiil.ataara iiiinrollii. ofharty whacks with my favorite this be resigned the love of a beautiful is an icycle. It Is a wheelbarrow. (Chailva rranro. Adauia, Jr Manaain., Iba uivat NiiHiUr llluilr.l! Ilarir'. I11 walking stick! I remain, etc." The maiden to marry her. And was he Scientific American. lla alatr.fonrtk rluiliial lb. world, It rtprrarola foluuia ilb lb. Iivotiukirr NuuiU-next morning the editor printed his happy? He was. Why? Kasy enough. la lal III Amcrliaa lltrratur. aud art, and Tuc first priutc-- l book in which abal ha luarkM WHtHlu EoK'aud wkrra II baa al adversary' letter together with this He had been a newspaper man fur fifa circulation there was a distinction made between readylaeaal.o. of III.larger Ibaa Ikat ol aay Ens-.ta- b aauia c.aia baa krouabl Into crushing rejoinder: "Iuimltable ad teen years, aud the girl waa rich. " "' looateuilneiilwrliernndarllalaof IM1 aDUjautl Hand V Was ltlimails' Latl'll ,it.4l ,,,,! .luui(or Tb.krtUroiulo versary: Incompliance with your reunpar-lltlcJ- ' llallCUABLt Sobititutm. Tts wilt in tevrjr iurailbelr grammar, 111 15u7. quest I hasteu to thauk yoj for haviuccsm ot tiimruoni Llirr lire Harpor's Foriodicals, ing only sent mo a couple of cufls in- ulstor bn HlmulatcJ unicrupuloiia InJi. Dr. Bam Joliutoii said of second l'KIt YKAIt. stead of a severe thtashlng. You have rlJuali to laau. Iiullattuni in J mbitllule. marriages, "they are tlio triumph of. Haribcr'a llatatiln I 1 00 -- ..,..... llarjeri Wvraljr tw struck me In writing. Similarly, I wblcli, belcg lolillr uollls Ilia ('nulnnu,w over experience.1 1 Ul .. .. Iltrfrr'a luaar .J 10 no Kbliall&na Tha riwr . hereby discharge all the six barrels of In lucir cucci anu comioiiiioii, ara ciicu-latT IN The value of a good name Is liesl Aujr T tUrt aawad .WHH. .. to Injurs tha well.arntJ rtlnrJIal 1 so Yuuujf HM ..w iny revolver at your head and kill reputation of ijiuitnons l.lrar Itriulalor shovru wheo a note Is presented Iu u Ilstiirra lakii I llarr'a t (Kl you by letter. As soon as you shall a jlarper'a I rack II a Daiuara Llbrar r, Oo year unj TfK'titilt intijlclnt coiilalnlnj nul bank fur discount. ... ..,.. 10 00 tWNuuUr.) have perused this note, you may con- Iiiloarilji)Iaon, uianufaclcu.J br a chtni-IcsTiieCIiIdcic written language cun- - I'.liiaa triMi tu all Buls rilra la Ilia I'nliskl sider yourself a dead man. I salute I'roc.ia and j lmrorl a..aratua until of a lie hundred thou-mi- il charac "J"' . Tb twluuita of lb Maulu UkIii wltbtbal yourcorpte with the highest com- orlgtnatol anj unljr uarj ij J II Zillln 1" NuuiUialssr Jut aud 1'rtriuUr t arb rar, .Co,I'lillaJ.I-lil- . "" T ,. Wltsssj H4 tlui taatsdad, It will U uudvraUMtd mendation. Yours, etc." III ItlU WOrtU II M lUure rriiutanit Ih4t ibaiiiwritsrr iuewwio witu tbiur Hoir WuNntaruLis mshI -- Msn as a to hold your own than your IlCjgll A tajfcjuUttairlol llrjr'a Mafiilu, tvuprla No cms whoa, blood U iiuiiur. csu (eel uliTaicil, Intellectual, anil aioral Ulnit, bor's. nm ta twiuiuiB, in Letlclulb tticaitiii, wnitNiarul will. Tb.r. is a wesr;, languid foaling, baconira bf aiiiriraa. IralttbL at tiisatiaauf nuribaavr. tu t uuuat couilitcl; JirlofJ In all Da UK IVIUUit, TbtUUI. ' and efl.n a tnc of dlicourageiuetit anil II "M' iiiniIJ, im" Uv. Cloth caave,Iftut Uadln(, Uf SO A Lauv's Wish. "Ob. bor I I aiall, II liU iarli au.1 faculllll I7 uairj dall, at . .. I .. Clear I. -- - ;- -, 11 inula bi kiall. Ujal'iNild .1 dtsiiondcncr. I'ltMH luviiif tbU foaling aa,,.. iii'l n leiut, out Joa of Iltown'a Irun llliltra. BIT ajKln wl a. ah.u.iil latlu. of laaltnd and t'trprtealun, ehoutd 1st. Man IbouianJa srs nail l tuliC ibal aid lldr to ber frit lid "Wicalt a.alljr lrllrl,.al llaialfiad. lor oluuiea Itubu. , 1KB. Ji.oe, lalO, U Jone.lMO, oanol., Ajir'iKtriiiillli lo iunf Hid tltsllu it Ii lbs boat uiaJIclual toulo in lbs wullJI ruskt It au .. iniwtrcd Ibt lrln., ' c...b, I. w a 111 aboold ba MaJa by blood. u.lno linn I. I...I I... .,l I..I..-, ...L ....II humj urder or Prall, to arolt tBaae. ci toaa. tl .urnxiiiru. .i j iii vi .I. iuiiw;tim TSlSES! ILillhsud itreujdli glean to dcllcstt .teals ...rrthlin .In In ill soothing an j ,. - WtUis, Ib.t m.W. Wi. rlcl, blucJ ...d u't l , as you - blooming health. IlUiaitlor ui, UAKl'EUUUOTlll-ltswouiio, nurilog mothers and inftnt child- frsibins; sffacts on lbs wbol. g.nnal idIAJa I HawYwk, lobsstTS." Oiiro JlulUlin. ren who um brown's Iron lUltars. mtlsjitfta. MYERS HOTEL, ScotchSalvc! If mmI at Mr ft rut ft ft tin. will hfe-- l Trial IJ feairj foil Ml Mrania. A by laa MMllMtf . I It eler i 8TANPOED, KY. lti, ih mr in Vr.t.t. J iifii Htsif Duchu, Ms.' ( Hop, AffelaiMMllMi J Oililon,'"; " '" T"' " ' flmkl iiri, ,.llmlmrw P'Mr'urinr,LlTr ZUt YiVtM "" .l.llMi.l MlM-- cut iM urn niRKTOKi. - J- Taa-i- ft, JIwh, Itr. ftlrtl H.llrt ami r, l. tl.llNllJIIT.I tlwtur H.U'i. Jl CMJltrM.. . Irv. Una Intinitlta. aUirra, Mofftlntaod ftliM Itarar MillncTiftrUf ftlitU. Puftlay Nrrsoul At too J . Hlma, luvrlfilftJant. Tha cm IhalM Wsmtan'a XlHissnar tnswja ftttltlf (tiiihMr at ft 'dork. Ufa, T T. a? Itwa, riralslfnt, .TltnltMT,IM)UTtl.-RK- T. NtimWr awft(tTrr J. Jl. ffiwa, ha n,;fHU!U.miSSMiPMW"""-It, tvsiaK a.., "i NOTICE ii STOCKHOLDERS will isiit m MM b.Ml?''','r I).! Pfc- -i sMir 1IT1(IJ"""-- a aiKlKtiH M, without irtloi .J. It. Bfttft, Paator. IVrflrH an4 (fturlh Ruftitara, marnln an J I'rarrr Mwtlm tittf tfttt Ktmilar iVItool at 1 10 a, u, K. K Barrft itufvrl n tundra) t BAITtMT-ltiT- HKht, nasvn tnr.ttj us hrrtVf flfrn 1at t1lMIJrrieflttl lmrillotit lUhk bhMftt thffltsj4iiM MnkM NMlr ! ft t lh IIHtn THE 2D TUE9DAY In JANUARY. '82, fTftllrtst "fVrJ vf tHrrUn Kr lh f wri trtx fat itotiimlns? tetr. J n. OWSLEY. '"' Stockholders1 Mooting. Tbt will THE 2d TUI8DAY la JANUARY, '82, MwfvuiH brttflO IHrrrior Ut ttirfciilg ftot-t- J tru, sirwri I (.mrmtor Hp Mtsr ta a rtsMi iiuiirii it 4rwM.lsNtihl1 ntiM th ur .ir . llliM ItsJ Hlri lM fTsMt SklllMMt IMS. .L.LI n n I.e. IsiBiialisMilsita anil 1rrMs4i4ffjrsi fe"llrf a f ajwMwfia mhh lrfH.llhsJt.tMttWlKl rtrt tml it lsr lnlailMi1fsMsr tir fvl 14 t H(asrM liMtMMrliiVltkftia fa 4 .m.lrOfc M thtf ( 1 00 wlfk.l b I ttJ fsr t not tniTar tii - MOP D ITI C!IP.lTMy WfWpKf lbwMfftliMi ? lTtftrMnt IM Joa rlN ft lint a,oJ Third IrrtdaTB. Painta McsVwl at IS. Jt (Vfrratira, lapsrlnt?nslstat. I m)i)TII --"iu f, 1)KMHVtT.HUK rVhonl atff M Jnhi W. lsytfKwwtlitiiiliiiil. Ufttftft rrayar Mtios;tn Wilnstar nlrMa t Cincinnati, New Orleans TEXAS PACIFIC R.R.Co. f U rilmtnrrM.a t f.Mi- !. IhoUftsjM lf ftl tbofrrtvetr ftak !lfl lUnfcou of tl'l Ctift-ftj- fj -r T Hoa IHN.M fcrf, ''( " 'H1 Srl flWl - rs H rar. aivllr TRAINS POUTH. ClBdsnill SWialbera Plfliloa STATIONS. M, ! JOHV J. McUlnEIlTS,C.hir, Arto'a 3STE'1W5rORXClie8S. iii ST. ASAPH HOTEL, c&$ yk-iotiunJ ... Ur i - Tha Hun ftf IMS wilt makft Ha tlloaaiK aoaail rttolulloa unisr lia rfnt Maaaf tnfnlt ahU'fti Hll1s,maa tvt CTaclosja, a alwije iVr all -- hu an-iw Wwa rofiiiits-- l as Hfthapfr. WpahUe-- ft sil(?. Hfpraiail anJ t irtasMia. Uuiltcaftl taxi 1hs. Th PHft'allikt la kr Manilftsl aJ wamatv lh k.njArMV Mil IUlral.1 wirMth la n in. uiiur h... II pmirl ht fanil Lt.CUri...tl I " rfi4..M... - I'llnctoaS " NIlK.r...lll llm 40Of. v II ill II II ST TllOS.UlCIIAUl)S,lroi,r Oil icilhcr fad)'rn.. tb not Ia.I (0 itl (cr ouCMatcjic I FARE, $2.00 PERDAY. Sot 9i oi.iir.sr mill iii:.nt Family TLa Nowspapor. thr Yotk OUsrrrfT hao im tnlallMblllarlaa. jrat Hf Umlrnoiiilnatloiul rucrtart4ti. I.Tstif Ctrllral ami atlnru.. tl Uirh(tr ITS SIXTIETH Wild a alWt tmt ilmr tha ala um tl YFAU mt lla $ni I. ,vb; wtb 1(V ftrW 01lrUlaatN ftia'tsuf rIUlwua as4 asra sail I full a.ltll ,l.i,arlwui. hiljrt?a, raUm.-th.- ! Uichf. Urttutt aml ! butlftw tura, with tlakt lltor,aa aa rlvalUJ iuSf Krri(a rwfrtafHMiJMta, nI4 wrllra al rwtlllbator. la rl ef lb rtHtalrr. full fferlcaa4 tloa?l lr fr Iblnrwsil. aJ ..! witu i.uua uuui sniii.siTHiiHH.il iri.l.a,- -l lwtr.librik. -- .L, u .i.m ia ... "- m .: r'.:Z.r :l'i -- -" i J., -' tlVT"' r IhortHMlftf jtar Msr.aisa ctlra Irv. fl iitfi.i(.n i iinK iiivt.n t.K,Nw .rk NotM aiuw "li.: ni a It ftftJettook to rtptwl lat ( Ik war all tha rlftct. UDt?iifrBlloiial AlalKma (Inal Slbrra IHtliaM. wstllwftltllfts2 BrffTsat of biimaft lntfrat, acJ f La. fballaartia: cnnimtntlnsi ftawii affair wllli tha fsM(lna B flB aai - Itlil TfcatucrfMsT tklatijaa atsswlnllftltftlsftr " Allan. rlwrftt waa tba iMfa ( 1hlftft It tttH-lf- nwt-mtr- a. I chaftf Ift thftaltloftt Aisttfft IMT.li.ibim .. tt fcttrr lnimrtait JsMtrnal MliWIihfl Ir SSI nwi TWM li.lt titunirr tft ik asasH jtir ', Sblaa. Mrj lritaBt ltJanr TMJun lvai MoJiflsM IlilinlH -- . . S tl txlatlfttt k If ' Lrrw ftfTh fft'a tb IM " Arr il.iUliB.. Th8uair 1M11 ln lb Mm ftwttpokre, kkabalf and H arWI.B IHll.Ua. Bawinaftrr wklh aa alniihl-aUfa lilarral I f ft en nrrll7 TuU.wa ahall tuakft II UUf r than L.a. U.tidlaa aloa Tff tlufi Karrl rrlat t abftll awl ftlMK lla . Htllfttt Iftl tt-l-f bf rtr.a.laa . InhUdc IflUrrtl tMswilsf I4liaisss . but by Ita rral h iraJMlMiil janl-atlr" talaun- - u .. ! Ik liiatartr mm It I alt a f llouaa - IH.ir.1. ronaMeralloai NuirU ot lb Irtllala fcapfsrfli with lb- Arr Vfibilmff ... V. bsrtif ail ! rillisj wfft tbtfliarllrvlara, atbsrtbtri UMfM Mlabar, br.ttfrt A I'mMi ISIU.. n ItrunkltftMlVstUra I iftJ if Iftfollllsra w hat ilrUJ Unffuaa that ran La. Vltbibarf . Man la thrm actualousf4 m " IMla .. lo BtUniml what mm Ihlak alaoal na " TaHalak IllI r Tfcal habit la tk wait tmtttimt tnfftauJ ffilIMM- MiiKa,"rM,rt. THiPi " Arr Mar- - . tk-l- r M a latkanlaU l(hl ag tk Aa TRAINS MOUTH. lfcasta Ut MBtlsr f tiata l f dallf iMutr. wrrll. Afti Ull rullaml It Mtaalll aa.1 1'iala. I4iliaa. ItkiUrs. ml lllra maiksit mru. aaJ a ilttal rrnl(ll rr.trOaliar aa! 4Mnalk lals4llgvar 4stWl I i SSSaaa Mm.. ... ..:i Btwtiatrff th wvraijr fi a. ftftj taai n ir I 111 i lulbl fur tk famrf' bsmhailal that waa trr - TiH.l.b ... tt M I ft WbatlvBMl kaow aatl ttsvl ii. Ilk lb I ) " IWta. I IS Jay BtJt, rach aulsrr mi whl?k la a tfakvatla af Arr Vkblkari I I1 lairraallnsf Uiralr. a Ilk th Vl uaMrr ot tk lla wvrih rtalla. 1J. Vhl.Wj a. I NirMlia IHiI.Uhi. uum. pii " aaia i W aa-a mitrlilalas; Laa aa7 Lfc VbrUhar! -t ! ti--l flaltflr aaf I " lUaarda 'J Hllja I CO " lllalaa SM J abuU If - JukiMi lstap yau.arasl tor taHm Is S " llraedM . . ! (IS tl " iwr isprsutj irtii nusawa. l rf twrtilj- IWm Ittllaaa forlBUailf brk, a (m.1 r, ; I ta " ro.aas r fH SO a jmi, m. -.Ia.ludlag i-tb. Arr.MHbllaa . ..I aim P- P.M, .- " a Mualb, raprr. aa .1 anj-al- a rlullJa7 ' MA ttrtat Hatbtra Mtlaloa. ST U a BMaa, tb. lra la iliUni cat. pr bmbi b, t fwr. tw.ia..B.M..... ....u . . Z.', ."-- r. TsWaat MswtJUa . f ia. trim I a. mi iar aii i.raiiaa It f .. atraral.tr alll.na tMr, pw.U(ld ; -. tha dlurti li.th.rili Iwnltl.otlr wIcbI MtlMNffl TltSunriSM tttlKnJ4 mtMtf ftfiltsj foraaa, a4 f aoprflasHia worJ a a. bl tl .MWklMl. ft J aiirMa IHlfB i. awtfBt Arr CaattaiMWf ft rrwti.awo amtltttHWof " JaiwtlaaCVr in M . t SS Snm.ra.1 .. Ivtal Haiaaldk s m f.vBiMr .. . t ' lUaaaaod Til " ri cit .. - IU s MM " - ll.k llrlJ.tll llara.ltbaiJaMIS H.H.IIU 7 S 11 IS as 1 13 S17 M II is si " US " sss 'ins .l ,1144 am I0 . in - :".5- pt nim )rotl anl. al lttral ..... '.a... ... M" Iltrai Ill Ill" ' lJ tftltlal uiltb hi"-- Jhm. tiprrtam 5 ft Sbr.i.l ii Mtll I.t. ". rsaarf " '' r"' aa, rim ' bppf !, akt rta .la. ID .... J. Tb.prlr. acta. Hntlj Si at..bt afra,snr. alt roluaaa la SI a trar. lw.laia mM Sarilala aa.atraraDr aruaadluf f ta will aradW I.HOLAM),frra. AJIr, I .w ut tlij TnaBia, f. IJlaiUa.Ch it Ifu hJ3 Sm ' " ' " " Arr .. 3uUw TtttralmsM lilratlagkaai- -. .... . .. iV.Y.Wccklj' Herald. YEAR. ihl Mrsbr npsrr 11 Tktlrralatla roaalaatlr lacrraalag. It cwalalaa all tk tVaJiac 1 AlialU Hlitac I'arai OaHaoatl "--r, H f It im " I IS M SM ?M HI " (SMilbtra DItI.Uo. ' Lf Challaaoajca .... ONLY na JfiaTtaasrala. 8TA fhflat ' JVIftt XoB.trt4-l Ut. .. U- ii J iiIW" L. i 6b ataf fflflSr iw sss " UM 7 44 I.... lSaSals?s?tusMr apusiiYTul,M l.orB.tJ. sV. 11 W 12 14 ri m f lb Iall UttalJ ai4 Tk rOBRIMM la arranaJ la ha4 M M JowlWaCIlT High ItiMa .- mW RS SH Ear I KfcWI sptsj1racsisatKlal tJUpaichra (IwU. UbJrr th bssvl mt IMBBICAft froai all qutrlfrt mUtum if all " Arr. NkbaUavlil.. till rrlTn th Telafraphk Ietfs Iila ot tbtl'otoa. This) bVatur lsXttf rLITIClt IIW Till WKKLT IIKttlO thftnoat TaluablacbroaUUIn th wotlJ, aa it la tbfb-i- U t.Tery wrfi uclitaa uilkrulr- ailrarlnc rom(liaanl roaiprvhrnalf dtpailh rafruM aihlii;loa, latluJititt full rMirlaof Ik mtBnt lolltUUrit a tb quratlvotel th hour. Wraal llrraM lf th taloataa well rwilra auMltaaaBJ diacvftrla r to thcdullvaof tk farairr, hlata ftrf foulliy, iralnt, iract, viUUa, 1 . At t wlthtucsmtooa fur kwtlh bulkllofa aal farmiBC atraalUlft Tkla lannIttitatiJ altlal twpIsM, uo l7 mkr from (lorclB I . C.n.nDMl UitailoaJ .. . II IUIOW.V3 1KO.V UnTIMtS nr n certain tttro fir all illa-- i miulrlti a contiilclo tonlci rape li.a'l U,, Uaaaall. II Vk. rraallrat 11.(1 I' WItJSIN, Ural Al C. 0 Ar-- al I. IIAI1P1. Ilnl. I' riKlaaall, II. AM It. U..M.b.barf, Ula M (XIIXHUA.N.- tlasU Tan. All. Ala III rloalb.ra It. It., Cbatu- Jor. r MiiitiBt; im. iiu. Alt. V . X. A r. IL It .Monro., U. aad m lo n JOHN MXITT, t tl t tl I 47 3 1 IM tu If U M M M 4 1 all W IM II mm Tir-It lUia SSll w 4 1M I'"" 4 44 " aa. CIKCIJfJTAll! FREE PARLOR IVwrs, Want r Appctllr, Iam fifStrrnsth, lack of lnrrtrjr, etc Inrlclics tho IiIihmI. alreti(;tlt ens tlio lunacies, anil Rliea new llfo tu tho ncrvea. Acta ULo a clinrnt on tl.o illefllivo ori;nns, re!notriEt nit ilyapepMo jin.li,mi, vticii ni taallnr; Uio fiKMl, ltclcltlni;, licit In tlio Clutnticli, llcniiburn, etc. Tlio o.tly l. n I'reiMirnllon ttir.t v.!'.l i o- - t'...i:. 'ii Iho teeth or l)jrx'r,la,Iii(cr-mlttc- nt tbuoa Ullog f lb TUB PAftV ItKraftTMBBT CHESAPEAKE & 01 via R. I rplr tlrtbhfftlf tbrusti Ktoturbj LilBtea tti I."i'ru!ie.a M ri.O0 L.iov.--i , r 1,. !.l by till nU r- -- - . !r. r 1 . ...I - .t,TON'. r I 1- tt . .. ltli.'ui.re. 'IiL M ro. Mllir. ,, UQJm HAIR vsaEsarH KENEWEFf tn' . aPSCi ,' trAB l.aan l aab.sb. YX tb butlnesa warhela, rwa, inrrcbaoilla. Ac , sic. A taluablafealuraU KsuDilla tbatpsrcUllr rrirt-w- l prlra btl rood it lona af TllftriOLlfK HilKKTl WFJTWAKD. HportlBg iicwaat bora and abroaJ, ti.tlher ry tV.,aaruoa by aom tml-n- n with a aturr dlTln. Illerarr, luualcal, dramatic , raonal liat Klrbniond n, ftstd a ttwtea. Tberft la n aer Iu tb world llu tlwdenatlll ,.....m which rooUInt aouucb awa watlsrr ttery el " lhirtwll?aIH Herald, wblrb ta aeol, pojk-- s aatb Ur-alM IBfbWrf JuaeUsM. fcsr on dollar 1 on caa auliKTlb at a or tha WarueaWra Ibtfftw Toik Herald, la a wreklr frm, HI ' 8uuatso....nw -- .. . Nfe..V YORK IIKUllJi. AOdre Hlltlamar.o'a .,... . .. Anubirt-ri,liroadwaj aad vtk Wb.lahulfh.jr..... IllaUbO ... IIUDllDClSMI . .u Lttimftm th: K U U IV X.&) Lie HuatlBtfton. 'a AlBlaBd -- . tin. klwaUead. .. " . .. . Slvln( rtr lor rraclkal UUbsja, blall fcr uak To the Weit and South - Weit. lainuiaiftgaaaiiar fttvpiftg up wua lb la teat fat th Ismail N fbiD; f Cara ltwas?a KlrbaaoaJ. Char- flw. l.itty lUm ofcwuk- Infpr TM(nuy tuttcralfO In Ibla drar1inat It ltlrtlll. Wajoealior', MawftUn asid (Ihatlnftall irartlrallj taltl bj irta Ulor ubltftlaa. an-- t Ulract t uhiUtUI. acbrdal laklftf tflWt an Lrllrra froia our I'arla afttl Isottloo rorrtsunJ- - litlwt Dtaon lhTry laieat taakloiia. Tb llonia Wcrilj IlrralJ will aav lb lrloirBtl tb thaa smisi hutKlrsml llrua th tirl.-- CIlOllpiMlliU V Olllo ItntlUll, aawlfitaior sjir. i o ia ivreaia ei - SUNDAY, NOV. JO, 1M1. vi iu aaiLiBDLaaoa arksuVts4arur, aivl vvrrjlhlac relating ta m On tho IiOiinRton Division, rbiBlca aoj lalor M?lr U rare Hi I ly rrcDrJeJ Ther I. )( devote t all tb Utet fhaaeaof I)KCEWIU;il ( 111! TUB IIOWR, lblrt KaTl Mau. 7 41 KXT!T- - ...., MIH u, fr, on a a 1. tka Bi.10 lapia II 40 a aa'll It p u II Sua ui II SSp id I M l iu II II a u S Sop la! I Sva N SSSp Bl' 4 lla a S ni;si:i) timi:. I. S ,e-..- less. f uao liy tho ). ul, lln J- - bom Harper's Magazine for oeer twenty renra. and I. Ihe liat Bier llltenlril foe HF'iTllll-IM- I OltlV lltllt TO IT' TOUTIIFUI. COI.OIt AMU 1&W 1 ' ar tkv Tho fltito VBr t IllinUII sUUUIUIILL HAILHOAD LINE. TKAINS (lOINd NOUTII. Janaaxy f, Lv. Ilicbmsjtvt 15S1. a , , .r 4S S 40 IS p Bl p at a ni. IS Islington UiulnnatKKr (en It fl liolaallleL.AS ll'j) Utbteili.g. Wlibeter luna IUu If I. tl 41BB1 p ui 11 M a bi 1 40 a ia IS IS a bi S ao p ao SJW p BiJ Illiia lllaia 4I.BUB. 1 44a m il'ISm. S Hub S S In w a bi no p in IB t S Ei. Hub. ,,!,..,.. M Ml Ill'ItKKIIIT A.Sl'AKSI.MIi:K.-Ua.- ea l:libiorti. dally eareid Bnn.lar at S 3d p in and ar rlrra at Ibarlolleailll. allSSOpui N Actsjer Chemist of Mass. and Iradiog ciius cnilorso Lire. 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' ' rtl It rurrft ItiltltiK, i:rus Uoii and I4ulruiT, A it HUH l)III.MNi lt(jtry dralrablr. clt Itiff tlidtiulra Uku aoflat'M wliltli nil ad iul ro. It ktist Hit Iu'ai4 clruu, ftufvt uuti lirultliyi January f.lUl. !.?, IiOUUrllt..,.aa.a..w ...,.. Lt hlaulurd M CrabOrtbftr(L.....HH. A r. 1 1 ntftiton..,,,,.,... I.T. lnrsis.lie..,.M,r.M at. i.irDmonjw . Mirrts. buo, aw IU n W 1 - nbllaeulibur " WllllaniBiu'a. hlauatun. " Wayaeaboro " Lynchbori Junillon " IliirlollM.Uia. . " (lordonaellla S 10 la) 11 I IS a in IS a M pin IS p ia W ji m si a bi1 U) 111 pat Ii Ul llltiia to a ui II 1 41 wis 9S I S 00 1 10 4 47 II am am aai a ni iu ,"' v DY N. cine CNGHAMS II. i..m... lli' !, II1IUWN or IIL.ttlC at illaerrlloo. llelnit In oua reiartlon It la rualljr utiilieil, uild liroduraa jurnulneut color that ulll WHISKERS will .Inns, tin la n vlx. .""'' nit raU " 1'iu.r.k 111.11 nt H. R. P. HALL & CO., NASHUA, Sol. by ill Omen la MaAtli. alLrntbburi June Hirbuiuud fur lb Ktsutb, Irldayi witb U. V, 8. 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