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PULL AND I - - Tht Whipping Pott Bill. LINCOLN C0UNTT. OUH CHRISTMAS TAPPX, A bill to make public whipping n Gt'itn of tht Statt Prtti. Cilbertt Creek. One crime, which was cnmmitled punlihmcnt fur minor nlleiiMu nnd W P. WALTON, Will you listen to the splashing of Santa Clans has sent nothing chip tilitor and Prnpntton. hero mil fi (hurt time ago, I mint crimes is bcTuro the Kentucky I.egls-Indu- e. per or newsier than the Uilherta Creek a few momenta? defcrilto. T. H. WALTON, Mrs. Maxwell came to - - Butinttt Manager. 'J his being my first attempt at wriI.VTKittoit Jouiusai. Courier Jour Halt Lake City with lirr huslmnd in Wo truit it may lie carefully diges-to- l 180!). ting fur a paper must bo my excuse nal. Two years afterward lier Suiiscuiition, 2.50 I'r.u Annum, and compoied to the best purposo The Stanford Intekioii Jouii.vai. form many imperfections. took another wife, and one year for tho object in view, and passed. l.SVAKMIU.. IN ADVANCK. , Messrs. Scott A McKarlan have ! now a semi weekly. It givu full Milwequent he was sealed to n third, We believe in the rod in the pun . a first class store at the ilejiot, proof of improvement on every page. Mm. Maxwell hid two ion?, aged res- ishment of gross disobedience, in the Danville Tribune. Tht Prttiiltntial Suttntion. but people won't hear of It, as they pectively fourteen and aixtecu yoirs. family and in the huh in tho punish-mcuto- f never The Interior Journal comes to on liii rcso Their Cither urged them to go thro' Senator lice li'ii adrerlbe. crime, against society and the It Is an ex lulioti fur nn Inquiry intu the condi-(to- tlio Endowment Mr, .loo Scott, an old and re- us as a , IIouio and Commonwealth, o( tlio law rrgulating llio prcsi. ciliieu is very sick, not ceedingly able paper. We commend sected hound by ull the oathi of Tho cry that whipping Is "a relic Owens dential succession rorcnli oven mora the Church, Mn. Maxwell objected, expected to recover. One of Mr. its culture and Democracy. of barbarism" Is silly in the extreme lost iiiromcr'i discussion and in order to prevail over her sons plainly than Walls' daughters is still lingering with born Post. and should nut weigh a feather's Our enterprising contcmorary, the did, the delects of (lie law on the Typhoid Fever, contracted (ha tnld thorn tha secrets of the Enwhile at (lit risks we Incur by leaving dowment House. The nenaltr for weight in tho consideration uf the tending her brother at McKinney, Intmuok Journal, is now published problem, bow to punish crime. The editor is sanit In fls present uncertainly. In case revealing thoso tccrcla ii dismember- We are a wandering tribe. Mr. as a Crime itself is a relio of barbarism. Harhourville of tlio death, removal or disability of went of tha body, cutting of the Dave Scott and family will move to guine he will succeed. I'roliably uo ancient State ecr had tlio president, tlio suc- throat and tearing out of the tongue. his father's farm to livo the ensuing Chronicle. ruoro of it than Kentucky has The Stanford Interior Journal ceeds to tlio office, and continue pres-iilcn- t .Mr. Maxwell overheard hi wife, be .Mr. James Dudderar has rentin profiortiou to territory, age, and year. Is now issued As a to the end of the t nn; after the ing in au adjoining room, and forthed the Porter place on the creek. Mr. imputation. weekly the Journal took high rank the succession ii, first, with he informed the elder;, who tent public imniah I'eylon I.. I'arrish and family, will in the newspaper world, The first obicct of and we (rust to the prcsi lent of the lenate, auditor tho unfortunate wonmi and her ment is the defense ol the society. ' ,noTe to llrjanUville. Ky., next that the change it has made will pot next to tho speaker of tho house. All two sons. They were taken into what . VfW This Is the most .I'lfat,-- . ,. disappoint the hopes of its enterpris Wl'jVl,t. this is plain enough, but it Is not U called the "dark pit," a blood atonf ' IU J'lllb Ul IIUj'1 UtCIUCIJL Til fit tlliniltmin wlifli Atil slfs.rt.it.-w- t ing proprietor. Niohnlssville Courenough; many uncertainties remain. ing room uudcr llrigham Young's ' COIltilgioUS. 6 CaUgllt it irOlll ier. persom and evil doeri most dread U . Suppose in the death, or removal, or ,. the , ho woman was then strippeil i, i, .. ..:.!. I suppose. .. Our :. The first number of Iho disability of tho president, there bo no of all her clothing, and then lied on "eigbborhood Is building ctknce hw itmomtnUl, and pre,- Intfrior Journal came lo hand on vice president; or suppose tho " ""IS" oi uuiuounurei Monday. "" ent nnuirv ..nnn il,. nw, It bears an interesting after succeeding to tho bers of the priesthoo.1 then lb"n-" li"""" 8c''.K,M,ouse lot. Klder spirit of its most excellent editor. Mr. will show that public whipping is f ollice, dies too; tho president of tho . ,?,..1-- .l , .. I...-- .: ...v.. uiiuiiiuio uiuir. ucr nisi """"S" utimimicuui itwcn ur Walton has the reputation as one of senate comes into the oflice. Uut cut off their victim's tongue, and then 'he Christian couorrcation once n tho boat :.m i .i,i... newspaper men in Kentucky, siippMO there bo no president of tlio cut her throat, alter which her lecslTi, mouth (the 1st Sabbath.) Mr.l'rauk ...... .1 and he has our best wishes for success, senate and no speaker of the houe a and arms were severed. , , . . ... Suddulh seeine? this larire .church The sunt Harrodshurg Enterprise. ' W' " '" condition ol things which actually ex- cro compelled to sland bv and wit-buildine so verr close to him. very . isted last fill what then? Congress ness this dreadful slaughter of their wisely concluded to build him a lar- Tht first Watch. Hut there is one thing a whipping might assemble and choose theso offi- mother. At first the watch was about the v -"""" They were then released !OSt hill and imw u w .nil!,l nnl.ln. It should ..-.1 cers. Hut whn is to rail oongrcss to- ami given twentyfour hours to get (.uiii,il-ic.j- , ! It hail weights auu 1.1il one of the most size of a desert plate. no uul 1)artial The remedy should gether in advance of its regular day uuk ui iuu convenient homes in the neighbor-of'- . and was used as a "p:ket clock." , 1 . iriruurr, wnicn wasmenilw. ll The earliest known use of the mndtrn of meeting? liven admitting that the an iraiKMsibilitr. The sons went di-- L .!... ,. . ,, hood mmmm .. . L'fllUt'. irillll .1 II. imOl I.I .Illllll.nillklA cabinet might properly issue tha call, rectiy to the house of a friend, to name occurs iu the record of 1552, misdemeanor up to tho groneat felo- Wtik of Pratr. ISS2. or that tha two houses might assemble whom they related tho butchery of which mentions that Edward VI. had from stealing a chicken t.. high- Tie Executive Committee of Kvan- - "one larum or watch if iron, the case by common agreement, there would their mother, and getting a package nyj still be a jxriod of several days or of provisions Hey started, but on tha way robbery; from intent to kill to gelical Alliance recommends the fob being likewise of iron gilt, with two urder. Iu short, the Lie rascals as lowing programme for the week of plummets weeks in which tho government would following morning Ibey were both of lead." The first great well as the little rascals should be prayer : be without an executive head. Again, dead they had met tho Danite. One the substitution of improvements publicly whipped as part of their suppose the president of the senate ls other cao similar to the abovo occur Sunday, Jan. 1. Subject for (lis springs for weights was in 15C0. The punishment. Lou. Democrat. citizen, or be under red about fivo years ago in the City earliest springs were not coiled, but not a native-borcourse: "Renewed Consecration." .15 years of age, is he t succeed to tha Hall. Theeare truths, and Mouday, Jan. 2. Thanksgiving only straight pieces of steel. Early A Wit 9 Opinion. the lady office, notwithstanding his lack of to whom the sons told their story is Senator licck, of Kentucky, has ex- for the blessings, temporal and spirit watches bail only one hand, and being the) presidential qualification? Or willing to make affidavit to the facts pressed himself with great wisdom re- ual, of the past year, aud prayer for wound up twice a day they could not be expected to keep the time nearer in the event of either the president of if she can be guaranteed immunity specting the proiroitioii to refer the the continuance. the senate, or tho speaker of the from Mormon vengeance. Tuesday, Jan. 3. Humiliation and than fifleeu or twenty minutes in 12 SallLako adjustment ut the tarilT to a commisconfession on uccount of individual, hours. The dials were of silver and houo succeeeing ti the office, would letter to bt. I,ohu Kcptibhcan. sion of experts. brass, the cases had no crystals, Hut ho continue to bo a senator or repre"I believe," says Mr. Heck, "that social and national sins. Salt as a Rtmul sentative, as well as acting president? cdnctday, Jan. 4. Prayer tor 0iened at the back and front, and In many cases of disordered stom- this is a matter which belongs to the the blessing of God Senator Heck lakes the view that on His Church were four or five inches in diameter. representatives selected by tho people; succeeds to ach a teajpoonfull of salt is a certain when the aud His Word. A plain watch cost more than $1,500, and that It ought not to ho regulated the office In rae of tho ''ability of curv. In the violent internal aching, Thursday, Jan. T. Prayer for the and after one was ordered it took a to any other mcu." the president, he is to conlinua in it termed colic, ad. I a teufiiooiiful of livery intelligent citizen should young, aud all agencies for Christian year to make it. a m till the end of thoterm.even though the salt to a pint of cold water, drink it agree with this opinion. The mem- training. A few years since, during a revival disabled president should recover from and go to lied; It is one of the speediFriday, Jan. C. Prayer for tho bers of tho two Houses of Congress aro in the church of which the Kev. Tho samo will his disability before the end of the est remedies known. chosen to make tho laws, and they universal prevalence of peace and (Sranville Moody was pastor, certain term; but he admits that cases might revive a eriu who seems almost havo 110 right to turn their duties righteousness. "lewd fellows of the baser sort" creatoccur in which the people would iUb. dead from receiving a heavy fall. In Saturday, Jan. 7. Prayer lor ed a disturbance iu one, over to others. There have been too of the meetnit reluctantly, or not submit at nil, an ajioplectic fit no lime should bo Christian Missions, the outiuurnig of many commissions charged with doing ings. Mr. Moody, approaching them, to such an arrangement. Uo thinks lost In pouring down salt and wattr that which the Constitution requires the Holy Spirit, and the conversion took them to task for their misconif, during the war, Mr. Lincoln had if sufficient sensibility remain to adof the world. should bo dono by Congress. Of this duct, when one of tho parlies said to been disabled by sickness and recov- mit of snalluuiug; if not, the head sort of thing the Electoral Commit-- 1 1)0 sponged with cold water 'e had our right car in close prox-sio- n him: "We heard that you were until ered, or been captured by the coirted must is the most notorious. j,m,j. t0 keywe tie other after- - working miracles here, and came to crates aud released, the people of the tho seizes return, wheu salt will com If members of Congrei cannot at-- 1 allj iearii tl0 f0iow:g jrora see if it were true." "Nu, sir," said plctely restore the patieut from his North would havo revolted against tcud to the business for which the ,he lipa of one of a trio of uptown the divine, "we do not work miracles, Vice President Hamlin's refusal to lethargy. Iu a fit tho feet should bo "hut placed in warm water, with mustard Ieople send them to Washington, they society.- - ".Mother went to a mission-shoul- d but" taking him by the collar restoic tho executive, oflice to their resign ntonce, so that others Bry meeting tho other night, and fath-mor- e we do cast out devils!" And he belqvul chief, aud tho samo might bo added, aud the legs briskly rubbed, worthy may bo selected in their cr nj I ,at waitim? for her until w "drove him out." laid If, after the admitted disability all bandages removed from tha neck T. 1. euu. got too sleepy to wait any longer. We aud 11 cool apartment procured if pos- places. It is a pity that the sovereignty of President Garfield, he had recoverweut to bed, and mother came home bill could not have made a better sible. Iu many cues of severe bleeded and liciu refued tho ollico by In a certain town lived a good dea- Do you know, showing in the Legislature than itdidl ing of tho lungs, and when other rem' with an obi widower. Arthur. con who had two sous, thirteen and girls, if it had been me instead of It is a wiso measure, and affords the Tin so are some, though not all of edies failtd, Dr. Uuh found that two fifteen years of age respectively. Gomother, iu company with that old only plan by which au antiquated f ho difficulties and uncertainties that tcsujioonfuls of salt completely stayed ing to the barn one day, ho beard bald-head- , mother would just have Constitution cau ever lie reached. surround tho ijueition, and when we tho bloixl. In caso of a bite from a some chattering in tho hay mow; aud, rcllect that a few months ago, only a mad dog, wash tho part with brine listcuiug, detected such expressious at tore round wild, aud mauled me good." The mawkish seutimentalisiu which 1... -- ri.i "B- prevents wise men from favoring this single lifo stood lictwcen them and for au hour, and then bind on some I pass," "down she goes," "make it means of amending that venerable tho country, tho urgent need tor leg- salt with a rag. Iu toothache, warm spades, etc. lt.ght.jr divining that A (Vt) Joctor ,ia(, an document is a species of monkeying islation that shall put the whole ques- salt and water held to the part, renew-e- d hi. boys, in company with some! aJvcaturotlifl other n,hu He met two or three timcs.will relieve it iu tion at rest must bo admitted. Now wi.u iuu microtis ui a new auu oeiier neighbors, were engaged iu hi. abom- abo(U h civilization which smacks too much of is tho timo to settle it on a fair and most cases. If tho gums are aQectcd, matiou, a gamo at cards, bo secured a a onm m dark ami dismal, as lie was returning the age of the sure basis, whilo there is a truco to wash the mouth with brine. If the good sized eudgel,'and quietly mount- - ,, shirt aud the . .. .. . .. . s Ilichmond trousers. party warfare and tho convictions of teeth nro covered with tartar, wash ed the ladder. Just us he stepped , ,, , ,. "1 " Register. ..r ... "" '" "" 1.. I '""' " tho necessity ol a settlement are them twice a day with salt aud water, upuu .,10 use, ouo o. .1... I , U1.e.u..oro heavy strong iu tho public mind, and it is 'Minnie" wants to know "who sets ine om man. The doctor was scared, and, SntAW "Li'Miii-n,'- ' Tho somewhat askcu, "wnais irumjur hoped the present session will not answered, as be laid about We don't want to the fashions?" startliug prophecy is hazarded that iu gentleman apparently by accident, dropped his come to an end without bringing with future lumber will bo of straw instead him with the cudgel, "clubs is trump', whip and asked his companion to pick boast, dear, or apjiear unduly con it the iwrformance of this important ceited, ur that sort of thing, but the of wood. I'iperimeiit already insti and its daddy's deal" it up. She got out and the wily leech duty. St. Louis Itspublican. tuted show that it is possible to make Day A drove oil. He afterward opened a fashion uf wearing a spring overcoat, Wm: on New Yiuii's. "nood," or its substitute, from Btraw, word iu season may be spukeu to la bundle the person had left in the flavored at tho elbows with benzine A Maim: Diiacox attiiuPujii". the Christmas holidays One moonless night last week au Au- of a tensile strength surpassing ordi- dies. It is becoming less and less us- wagon. It contained burglars' tools, clor through and along into next February, we set nary building woods. This material ual to oiler intoxicating liquors to pistols aud knives. burn deacon lighted his lantern, took that one "nurself." Wo don't know aud weut out doors to is capable of being carried through all friends who call oil New Year's day. the water-pai- l A Late Notice. As illustrating who set the others, as that is the only tho back-yur- d pump to get a pull of tho manipulations that wood Is, does Let us hope that the custom will Ik the importance of marking the date on one we are deeply interesttU iu just Ho carefully water. adjusted the not shrink, takes a high jwli.h, und abandoned altogether now. Thou, llurlington Hawke)c. wooden pail to a favorable focus, mid is water proof. In short, it not only sands uf young men, and some not pulpit notices, says The Congregation-allt- uw. a story is curreut of a stranger ndteut-mindcdlhung tho lantern uu answers the purH)ses of wood, but is very young have lust their heads unA correspondent of the London anthe pump uoe. He then seized tho vastly better than it. There are two der the iullueuce of wiuo ollerod by iu a certain pulpit, who rend the Aiee StvtL Journal lured a horse ut nouncement of the funeral of a lady the bad hadil ul rearing when mountpump handle aud workcj it us vigor- waste substances which havo never jouig laities, who would siiriiix and whose ed lit i.n.viiiiiig himself with a bottle ously as a well preserved, but abscut-minde- d yet beiu made profitable to man; aud from the thought of doing evil. It is buried nearly a year ago, husband happened to be iu the con- of water, mid dashing the contents Huso are coal slack or dust, and wood Auburn deacon might. The better every way to dispense with it, with his secoud wife for the 'with violence on its head" the mo stream of water gushed out of tho dust, commonly culled sawdiitt. If and one of tho very least of reasons gregation had been ly ment it began to get iikiii its hind pump aud broke tho lantern into any 0110 caii utilize theeo aud tyiru for its disuao is that it is no longer first time! The notice f.et. A second application was neving on u pulpit shelf all this time, and er needed. them Into lumber or luel, it will be a dta-co- n fragments, leaving the Auburn genteel. somehow col mixed with others uiveu in substantial advantage. Mechanical in the dark and his water-paN.iMoiia Hauu Times If you will atop Oampuniui, while a lad, served iu ,m fur (ut ,iy( 11 thirsty condition. If ho hud been J'ngiueer. l.nlfnic so luucl. un Go clothes, rich fo 1 Garibaldi's army uf libsration. am. o s.xl -- 1)1', bur good l.sallhy fooJ, chsaptr anybody but au Auburn deacon Dick Clinton, of Adairville, Ky., Death is sleep. Hichter. Yes, was wouuded in the face during batil and liicr tlo.hinif, irt luorv rrsl aud would have said well, what but the bed is mighty narrow, the tle. From the heroic to the practical iutulted a Mrs. Green, who horseIhingaudlhi ertr way, and Ht-cisl- lr Lewistown (.M"-- ) covering wouldn't they say? On turning away, log the army, whipped him. uucomfortably heavy, and was but a step. lolh loolMi habit of uilojln-rii!itf- , Journal. daylight it loug time coming. Clinton yelled at her, when she retjuack doctor ur ualnau much he was apprenticed to a blacksmith, Thoacmeof politeues was reaidiul llreckiuridge News. Don't beca.t and the hard work at the forge devel- turned and gave him another lashing. ofthsvlls tiuuibu tueJkln that dots by the Nevada milling superiuten-ileu- t down In )our mind. Theru'll be oped that rolust health, which today Then be struck her with a brick, jou ui.lr l.irui, s'lJ I'US yvur trust la that aliuplo, puis remedy, Illi Hitters Ihst who pjited u pl.ieaid realiug; plcuty ol firelight, aud jou won't lie enables him to bid defiance, in his whereupon she forced him In go ujmii cms. slants sts trilling cust, you ill ihs "Pleaso do not tumble dotsu the cold when the devil liegius to cook cboicu profession, to hoarseness and his knees before a large crowd and Kuud lliuw and lis' food health, Ckron-kiCourier-Journal. his Qruelle. apologize. ihuft." over exertion. HOI A OF 1881. Notice to ! the People of Stanford and Vicinity. IIAVKJim I1ICFIVEI) ANDOrENCP Till. CHOICKST STOCK EVER BROUGHT ONI ami II ln ClolliH. CiSMvliiscrs-N- ecli llhnr. nwirri" Ih'lmlla tha mi.ktt. You will Sod l.i.UMtrchanl Tllor .ilil U hm, Tht itrek MtnprlM trtrTlMns lb.. , IHiigoiuslN.si.il u f.iirgc Selection ol Wen nun sses .iiiiii:ifiori-- 01 I riii.ee nnsl Ei.slnml. LAST UUT NOT LCA1T, SPLLN tills LINE OFTRIMMINIIS, Cutting and Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. Thinkrul for ui ratora. I Ihb, lr atrks atunlloa lo Irailatn, so merit a nnUoDaee tint ii. c. nvpisKir. cr Iba F. STUKENBORG & BRO., MATTRESSES, CHAIRS, oims, c. B,ixriiisriiii,T7iKBii '. Manafatiirtra lad Dtikra la All Clmll af pfsiygT It mill II I'umI i'eiiri.Slrecl, A 11 CINCINNATI. 1,. YOU WILL KAVK.10 Mil trguiala al vur houaa. O. Till! I'KIl TENT. f.M '""ip' rl.... ..' "'' "l"1"1" :'ii,: ... '.. 'u Krenrli Drewing C !, Marble Top wild Lure" Glass, At (4b, 850, 8G0, 75 a Upwards. Ilurei.il .Seia, $20, $25, $30 and up I'artor Suit". Sesen 1'iects, hither In Hair, Cloth or Terry, At 830, $35. 840, 850 h Upwards. mm, s ln.. chase ornot I'LACE, .. It A IllMl.illim THEM., I.nxrr Nlrir. IS hI SVnrl Visitors to our city are respectfully invited to call and see our stock of goods, whetherthey wish to pur ,rar tfNl.i, .MelnnHlS. SSI1S0. E:SkkJi cfc BETAIL DEALEB8 IK $ ..,!. JOHN CHURCH WllOLUtLE AND CO.. PIANOS AND ORGANS Sleet Jkiic, Ms, ui ill Kinds of Musical KtrthidiK, NO. 66 WEST FOURTH S P., CINCINNATI, O. Grand PIANOS, Square PIANO.", imi Upright PIANOS, In ItosewiK.il, Satinwood, Mahngi.ny, Kreneh Walnut and Ebonized Cases, in elegant designs to correspond with any style nt Furniture. Elegant Parlor Organs, Chapel Organs, Church Organs, With one Manual, with two Manuals und Pedals, containing the most tiful, powerful and useful combinations ever procured in reed Instruments. attention tn our large aud well selected stock oi and our unequaled facilities for furnishing the best cla.s of instruments at low rates. We purchase fur net cash in larger quantities than any other hm.se in this city. The expense of our PIANO and ORGAN Department is far less than some housWe hare reached lower es lining exclusively n l'iauo and Urgan trade. prices than have been tendered by any dealers in this market, aud guarantee all instruments as represented. We sell nn easy monthly or quarterly payments, and any instrument taken on trial, tint proving as represented, may We solicit corropoudeuco with persons desirbe ritumed at our expense. ing lo purchase, and take pleasure in auswerine all inquiries. We invite the public beau- PIANOS and ORGANS, JOHN CHURCH fc CO. ,,, GEO. D. WEAREN, STANFORD, LANCASTER anil HUSTON VI LLE, DRALKK IN Grain, Wool, Orchard Grasss and other Seeds, l"'""" ,, ... B'ssmiiwi&rsssmSSSlA. ,, ....... hLLWl imc if .a. rt SFEiisra-"WI.C3HOI3NriS, && I I I "wyv-Goisrs- w a i zr VsJL , ?k t vr b w v , BUGQ-IBIti'iipcrH, S D Momitm, Csirii-l'luiilfr- CABEIAGES, lliij-ltiiliClliiy-froMC- fsiill.j I'Iosin, Urnl.) Urllls CiiIII.iiIoim, H.irroHH, Slrxti't'iilU'rH, Issb .tliicliliii'M isutl llirekli- Ki.Kluess, Anil other Implements and Machinery. We buy exclusively from M.nufictuters, lots, aud cossequeatly outstu the largest ditcouot asu direct, for cub, lu cir-loi- d Uoods a. Roisonsble Prices lowest rates ot freight. Our motto is "first-clas- s the Best it always the Chespesr," Kesectlulljr, w. i.. riiu:s, tVl. Xtaavr Lsacaalar GEO. D. WEAKEN. jui:i:. StaDfoid.Ky. v M.aaars UuuutUW 1vhH. hii.i.iamn, .V Friday Morning, December 30, WPWIT0H. . - 1881 EDITOR eventful year ot 1881 is about to yield up the ghost. It his Indeed been rich in incidents. The head oi the Russian Government was taken oil by a bomb plsccil by the Nihilists as he was enjoying a Sunday afternoon ride. Four persons wero executed icr the crime, and scores were exiled to a bsrrcn country, to sutler a life none than death, but none too In our severe for the horrible plot. own free country we havo seen its President ruthlessly shot down, to linger in horrible suffering for two and a half months, and then to die, while his milerab!eks1syer still lives to advertise himself in ono of the most farsicnl court ever held in any counDroughts have Impoverished try. the country, fire and storms have devastated sections, and accidents, attended 'by fearful loss ot life, have The occurred almost everywhere. heavens, too, have vied with the earth in making the year the more remarkable. Perihelions have been numerafter comet has ous, and comet brightened the skies. And yet, after all, things are not near as bad as they might be. Our country, especially, is in a prosperous condition, and our county and State doing even better We than might havo been expected. have many reasons to be thankful, not the least of which is that Mother SbiptonV prophecy that the end oi all things would come, was not fulfilled, and that we are yet master of the situation, ready to bid adieu to the oldryear and welcome the new. That it should be a decided improvement on 1881, upon whose like we hope never to look again, and bring peace, health and prosperity to everybody, especially our readers, is the sincere hope of the public's most obe- Hoe llano least injured the of Small pox is very prevalent in the Maret of several valuable presents front Ita llsodMinie ell.rr Tra rvi luo Mr. J II. Ottrr gave him a Una rk,ir DM lluurUm Whisky lis. hia friend. IW the late Confederate President, as n large citie. Vaccinate. Il.fo au handsome hat, and Messrs C Crooke and ialU.k.lslsu(nS-- J Sua) Mr. M. Letcher haa bven retained honest man of the strictest integrity. Mf.llaodmlr.k lrlm,.abll.- - .. 12tt0 him a line suit uu Ibitta t toe V, Ins.) Slk J. I). Chandler aa 1'. M. cf Nicholneellle. S.ual latatv Elsewiieke we give a statement of Mr. Maret la the eflicieat Sua Ham liountwnClssrs. SIS bl.ky, IV, of clothe. KOllulM Hat n. I'attt aang to 10,000 people at Mu.ic , S,W ltlss,eabllu. the instructed vote for the various Hall, Cincinnati, Wednesday night. The agent of the L. A X. It. It , at this place, tlttllOBdn-lr.- k AtlUl-NTINk.S.ayl. TO and a splendid gentleman. Me deserved candidates for appellate clerk. The proceeda were largely over $20,000. Wbola Ikk.K Is. bal.ss, II, qnjrlsls, Ii. Be- easy ba uadn by Hank Hisk, uiltinr It la aaid that A. A. Sargent, late all he got, and more loo. statement includes tho first, second Mall. IUiaa- ImuI MiMi.vOrdrnr Ashland Lodge, No. 370, K. A A. M., slble scsats wsnlwl at IWI.Lrvd lor Clrrulsra. and third instructions. Hewitt is Senator from California, will be made on the 27lh Inst., elected the following ofB. '" ,u" lafcsil.a all piaa aod aj. ikk.taJJ I I'M, slightly the leader, counting all. Dut Secretary of the Interior, In place of Kirk-woo- cera:U. WILL l UII MOTH. LOUslLU,Vv .McClure, W. M.: Dr. J.J on the first choice alone, Gen. Wo Later new from the, panic In the Ilrown.S. W; Willi Oriflin, J. W Rm. MiHOllKKTS A STAflll. Al.rNT.t. nrAhFUIIH, kV ford leads everybody, his total being Church of tbe Holy Croat, London, file M. Harden. 8. Dj O. II. Albright, J. D the number of death at 40 and the injur- D. X. William, Sec'y ; Jack Adam., Jr, 07, while Hewitt's is but G7J. Henry COLLECTOR FlNNELL, of the CoV- ed at CO. Treas, C W. Adam, 8. .V T. A resolu- COMMISSIONER'S has the next largest, first choice 90. ington District, will remain in office. The death of Mr. John O. Krana, the tion favoring the ataessment uf fifty cent It is a wish difficult race to bet on, Preaident of the Mutual Union Telegraph on each member, annually hereafter, for He sent Arthur and Raum a leg of but the people of this section are back Company, I likely to aerioutly embarraaa theaupportof the Widow and Orphans' Of mutton each, for Christmas. ! ing their mirth, if not their judgment, that concern. Home waa unanimously adopted. course they won't be mean enough to A menagerie wintering In Connecticut marriage license ' The following on the gallant old General. jnnv Ann fl turn him out in the cold after that. lieen Issued ilcce the 15th Lincoln nuni'ir miTitr liu a female elephant which la llilbrsllra,-l- s tsjobosedt. llrlfbt' The Commonwealth's Attorneys of give birth to the aecond baby about to (white) hare County Court Clerk i Wm. Collector Swope might do well to folelephant Inst, by our lira. Intfla. la lully. low Finnell's suite and go him one Kentucky want the law governing the born in captivity. Houk to Kcbecca Wearen ; Allen liurdetl Hyvlrtu.ar ajuJfuitat In lb alt slylsd Metara. Miller A Tatum sold laat week to Mary l'araunt ; Wra. McClure, Jr., to rail.., rendrn-- 1 at IbalVtoWr Itrut, 111, cT Iba betterby sending each for New Year's payment of their services changed, so Uacola UrcullUmrt, I will, o that instead of fees they will receive to Thomaa V. Doup, New York, 20,000 Georgia Hansel); J. J. Jones to Mollie a quarter of beef, cut from the finest a stated salary. To this end a num feet of walnut lumber at $11 per thousand. Ilrock; iVm. While lo Sarah Owens; W MONDAY, JAN. 2. 1882, blue-cras- s short-horLebanon Standard. la lh UwaofHUs.-ffj- , O. Clark tolletay McOuire; Knoch Ham- Hfort tbCoart-H(Wwdber of them met in Louisville, Tues Ivourt of 10 a, u ib4 t r. Kt , titlwa Kilitician of A FiHLADELi'illA Ifattie, a child ot Mr. mock to Martha I'llman ; John W. Many M ulIklr off?r lalb Mil th fijllowlotf leWr..! day, to formulate a bill to lay before Charlea Colvin, was burned to death traruol UnJ, alt f ttitui twlBf iluaied In Lla at to Mollis I'olT; J. 8. Ilurton lo Mary colnrauntfi prominence has just been convicted of the Kentucky Legislature, but after I'erryvirie, Tuesday, by accidentally catch- Lawson; Jack Itenner to lrttritt III, mw dMvtH, ! It ituttrJ n Sarah Uowman; KIImU th Br U lhiioB m tb Jiw?f Uivli of altering the election returns, and been numerous suggestions, it was finally ing her cloth on fire from the grate. John Durham to Matilda Scott: W tbLtl BlJr tb-- KUofortl ami IhsCfUU tuiu- sentenced to pay a fine of 81,000 and The Cincinnati Southern railroad haa GuinnloKmeliiserinUton; Win. Pome ' decided to let the matter rest for the "S confined in jail for the space of two CO.TAIM.fil 101 A CI IKS, preset t. It is best that they should contracted with tho Glen Mary (Tenn ) to Marr J. Browning years. Tbis is pretty severe, but enmine for twenty car loads of coal per day pEIWOSfAh. MIw Joie Dutlon, of (tn The law as it stands makes it better, Ulitr.ct. wbUl.li logscl r.j.lr aal well wt for their engine, at eoven centa per bushel IuiifiIlelIJTiI.IiirfMff.C.Croote.fcf ou tirely just. It shoas too that Philanl u.ual rin !n '." ,r Vt B,?,l both for themselves and the Common unacreened. Mi4 lUUn Cunti Ut r turned to adelphia is not so bad as Cincinnati, wealth. The Steamer West Point blew up at UrlouieiliIrodlMiJ..Mr. O. K Her- - Second Tract Contains IS Aoroi, when a rascal is about to go scot free The Legislative and Editorial trip Weat Point, Va., Tueday, while diarharg-In- g rick, of the U S, JiWAv. DiIcco. vu AfKlailJolnilbo first Oa tt.li tbero art no oul- for a like cfleuse ofa more agravated her freight. Xinetten peraon ".K'W rrais. Th- la nl Vrut. A. (i. -- .... U here thia week Ir.M .. WBHMIID Lal lh u" -,.IAh, tract I. .a N.U. to Atlanta, was the worse sell-ou- t im character. and the boat burned to the aaj is ccuwoiily ealiej book !.!. It aginable. The State was sold from edge. She waa valued" $i)0,000. watera ipendlng tue holiday with hi. friend In c'ki at Tim Richmond Herald has Col. V. O. Dudley, of (Contains Ml. ernon Ono Hundred Acres, and those who attended, even The instructed vote for Candidate for I.ancitter, waa here yesterday on profes fiiiinfit In. n .tnmntinv ami Mp .Tnn the first, Aaillshtavlly tluilre4. at 5 Clerk of the Court of A ppeala i for Hewitt, sional business 'chief Messrs. 8. II. ami n... a?d'ref S. llronston'.will be its editor-iTHiMS A erMllol Saal II iooulbs,eiual la- wanted to get back home almost be 121J; Woltord, 110; Henry, 00; alne, rani iiiornpsoii have reluruel from (Jlen si.iiio.nis. We expect to make a in tho future. lb. lurch.wr sbsll U tmuirtdio lOflj; I'oore, 75; Davl, 79; Jone. 75: Mary.and will remain -fore they got there. We hope after here peruunettly. eieri.boa4wi, gooa soriiy. IIIMali.rtlaiij4 .. Lilwurd I'arker. Leeiaiator Irnin rvat, utrrf,itnimilslo A ll.n war lis,, iw pretty good man out of him after a Foage, 19; Bell, 20, and k on down to Mr. Tb. iurth.T of .th. ka.bl.ivl I nan. this little circus fhe Legislature will ., .. .. a while, and intend to do so, even if we nothing. tocsio. .io .i.nj iiinc.ii.r la. Ivolract. ..." this District, passed here It way to lh. iiurrbawror ll. utb.rrvn.riaiiioDMmay bar. get down to work and finish it before his spine a few times, The Socllll.t platform demand the tendon, ANednrsday, looking unusually iwniui M.r MaiDK ursM. la id. r.llul have to climb M2, aol lull iMMMtMioa l.l of Jsousrjr, lsX the end of the Constitutional session. abulUhinent of the office of President and well We are sorry that Mr. Cunningham 310.14 M. f'.NAIlrl.l.l.ficlalCoiu'r Tin: student at lluttger's College, Vice Preaident of the United State, and has retired from the editorial field, but Instead thereof the eatabliihuieut of a Fed we hopo to hear from him again New Itrunswick, fell so in love with eral Council, to be elected br anil held the peerless Mary Anderson that they shortly. rrponlble to the Hou.e of liepreenta- took the horse out of the carriage and live Kotwitiistandimj Tennessee has The latr.t I that Wni i: Chandler la -drew her to the hotel themselves, acquired nearly 100,000 additional where they showed her every atten- certainly to be made Secretary of the .Va population, since 18G0, and has raised vy. It would be rather a clever utroke on tion possible. This will give Mary the part of the l'rraident to make (hi crops every year, at an annual net Invite the attention of the people to their new Fall stock of another boom in the tree advertising appointment that I, In a political aente. profit of 827,500,000, there are plenty business, Chandler la to day one of the mo I vigor- men who would disgrace the State of thorough linllllr-lai- i tn Amrl Dan O'Sullivan was after the uu andturn, by repudiatiug it honest debts. And l( mil ll.at ll IU1.IU.IS, UI .1. .. v... ...a. in. i,1.m. .f l tho same men would steal, if they lioy with a sharp stick in the Courier children near Aahland, Ky , an account of thought they could avoid detection. Journal oC Tuesday. He I the bright- which we gave In laat iuue, It their own est boy "bit ot a boy" any where and father, who had been eparated from hi A repudiationist is a thief at heart. is doing some excellent work for his wife. The doctor aay tint It waa a I'adman, the funny man of tho paper. about the girla being raped The Courier-Journal, takes a pleasant view scoundrel name la flibbon, and wa forTin: Richmond Jlrg'uler treated it merly from Charleston, V. Va .... L... .. .. I I,.... ,!.... IF.. ..I .L ui liiu euuuuuii. no .are uiui liu We self to new type Christmas. The Director of the United Kute one need have any apprehension about the Faith Cure Mint, In hi laat report, thowt that lnre the green Christmas which Is to fatten sincerely hope that the (image of the act requiring the coin. fur whatever the will have as good effect on it as it tho grave-yardage of silver dollar the total coinage haa seem to think it had ou u. may take, love and immigrave-yard- s Uen $100,072,705, of which $3 1,093.327 They call especial attention to their'stock of gration will replace. There is someThe beiui.U Jekly .Sun, of Pari, la no are in actual circulation, leaving $00570, thing cheering in this to a man on more. Ita editor found It more profitable 378 In tb, Treaaury for the redemption of to ke V.aruUht Clerk of the House, liencn $M,(W3,8JO of allrtr certlficalra nuw hi dyiugbed. tta Jeiulae. circulation a uionejr. Tnr.ni: are 70 United Klates TlieAtlanla Kiioaltlon close al lutJ. Mr Jaa. O. Krnal, who on the lit of w bom except In e.are looking Col. W. C. 1' llreclin. Januarr will jitlj hie aItion aa (lebtr.l nllit confidently forward when they shall ringe, of Lexington, and Daniel Dougher. l'aaaenger Ajint of the Kenluckjr Central, Also to thelrstoek of Cltohinjr, Boots and Shooi, whtoh have been selected the man that luitle the eec)i nouiln. has, with hia usual courlesf, sent a t.ril uf get the Presidential nomination. The with care, and they feel confident that Ibanka to the iireaa for olile notice, ilur-in- j reason tho five have not such a bee in alien Hancock, will Jellier tililressea. ISelween Januarr 1st, 1833, an.l Keh. hi career. He haa rutii himself an their bonnets, is bectute they are forrusr 25lh, 1883, the charlera uf 3DJ na ai!Coiuiliaheil busioeaa man, unJer nhoms eigner by birth, and according to the tlonal kauka allilre. TheM banka hae a uisnsgenient that department of the Kenconstitution, Inolligihlo to the highest cspitsl of $91,085,950, sad hare circuit!- - tucky Central ha been tuoat rolirou. office of the laud. lug notes out amounting to $C7,8&5,V10. Frankfort Yeoman. Of these good ever exhibited in Stanford. I considers himself too poor. It strikes us that a man who has taken, in salary and perquisites, over $ 100,000 from the Treasury, which properly belonged to Samuel J. Tilden, and who made, besides, 8250 per month by drawing his salary a month before it was due, might ascribe some other excuse for his parsimoniousness than But Hayes is a natural-bor- n poverty. fraud, and probably is not re sponsible for his actions. Klsabtil,' Nav tl.lssl-t- r Sam M Burdttt. Editor W. 1(4111, Neil Monday la ('Utterly Court. rtolllni' BUI Unpopular With King, the man whn killed Boberta, hat been tried and acquitted, and wife have moved Mr. C Adam KY. Washincito, D. C, Dec. 29. Mrnibera are looking with a great deal of interest inln town, and are occupying Dr. McKee'a . for Neck's speech on Tariff reeislon. He house, It ha rained continuously here for ten WITH A rULt 00RP8 Or TEA0HER8 III oppose the commlnion recommended In the 1'resiJenl'a Mrs-ac- e, and urge that day. Theslutli ((entirely loo slushlngly tkls latlllallea will aM the question b left to Congrea where It !uliT. Mr. Jamea Crnutcher haa bought from properlf belongs. Laite delegation of ITS TWELFTH SESSION, Kentuckiana tipected fioni Kentucky In! V. T. Brooks, f Paris the latter' hotire Tlit-- y oppoee Kollinr bill limiting ret rnue col- and lot In thl tnwn lor $100. ON THE The holidav here have passed withlection to four earn. Two hundred ami fifty retenue emplojeea drawing half a out any festivities whatever. There haa aMIMOMUYINi:iTKMIIKIt,.NKXT. not even been a "setlln"' parly. million Jearlj are Interested, anil will u It la cipected thai about the usual ererr means to secure Its defeat. It seeme to be the Intention of the Ad- amount of "swearing ofT" will be Indulged 1 ALL THE aRlKCIIkSdl ministration to gain ten Congressmen from In by the boy nett Siturday night The mall fur thla pl.ee wa not carrlrd the South, and plana hare been laid accoENOLT8H COURSE TH0ROUOH to Llvlngatnn Wednesday evening. Thl rding!. I the strangest even I of the month Lieutenant Flipper, the colorol graduar taugat, ss wll as The K O ergineera went home for ate of West Point, wa to t!ar dismissed but returned Tuesday, and are MUSIC. THE LANOUAUKM, from the armj for embeitllng funds in hi Christmas, tIKA'.V. now emageil Iu turvev Ing the 'Hurricane' care while in Teiat. INO AND I'AINTtKO route. It Is of current rumor that eltten Jorore Kids. Vaiihonk and Hnodgris are conIn the Qultciu cite are satisfied of hia guilt and legal reponelbilitT. The l'.'lli ducting a protrsclcd meeting at this i m i;. ii juror maintains that the prisoner I erase place There had ben no addition up lo Wednesday night. aa a March hare. Ouiteau addressed the The Ml. Vernon Minstrels will eihlb-ilCourt and asked for more protecla Tvllioa, rtkTCranisfran 13 U 1V la lb Brodheid neat Monday night. The recutar tVnsrlssents lrlaiary, la, lalrrtHvltU tion. The order placing him In the dock 110; ITrrxtskuy, 1 10, a4 (Mhtlsle, V. panorama of the "Bluing Zone" la the did not trerent Ida Interruption. He For fall rartltuUrt, aa t rViara, ae aJJrM talked all daj. In a recent letter to Don most marked feature nn the programme. A.OTItrn I.uiATIO Samuel Huston, MHm. N. I. TSU'I lU'.ailT, lrliaeliKl Cameron, Ouiteau tare "I am a Stalwart nssf-H- . Marola Oa.,Ky of the Stalwart, o are you. Yon think a a young man uf tin county, wa brought great.dtal of Arthur, so do I My Inspi into town Wednesday night and delivered ration made him I'rcfident. I am going In the jailer He l a violent lunatic. WILIAEB HJIIL Lviltr.T Insanity has become i ne of the most comto ak you to let me hare $SO0." Dr. 11th r.broary, 1882, mon forma of d tsetse in thiacounty. Supt. Tenneee A.rlumof the Petty-- thieving haa liecnme very com- Oil MONEY REFUNDED I In anawer to a hypothetical question Not asiugle ex Confederate cor rob mon hereabouts, nf late Last week, D. aiil on that theory that prisoner' infinikv tin orates Gen. Johustoii's story that Jcfl nmke-hous- e waa entered Xbtl the Hoanl r te wa a proposition. Dr. X. William' lh llrswiaa uf lbs Davis appropriated the 82,500,000 that Kempeter, antl three hain, a aide and shoulder of mnar.t tA s liu-rof Wisconsin, did not beliere unlll th Hih day nt Itl- Wlllsrit ltl.l the Confederate eovernmeut is said In moral Insanity, flultcau'a father'a un meat carritd nfl. Jnhn MeCtary'i jmulirv msrf, I J an., in.i ia7 will sfMiw.i i say pons turai ana. jim yard has euflVred severelr. Xtarly all hia ruriarr mi Hoaaar MaLLasv, Cbslrnasa, to have had on hand when it collapsed usual belief In prayer did not proie him and chickena have been atolen. Pt tlie !? rtMdatltta tnis drawing ssu.t sad In fact, the lie direct is given the Intane. Wllntse thought that prisoner waa turkeya III be had aa lb dsr fltrd. ar laoaev dl.Ulltsd John Tev lor, of color, waa arrested Mil to IU . .- -.. statement by prominent men who entirely sane. ...tit-- . II i irwi. Tuesday, charged with stealing a sack of ! bad, drawlpg all! n.TW.aal iMMb-- ml saatawlllW were in a position to know the state LocisVIUE, Dec 29. At l'ewee Val- flour belonging loS K. Aahley, from I he g Itia thriMigb lb papers. trie.) of affairs at that time. We never ley, Kronie, daughter of Judge 1', 11. Muir, depot, last Sitiirdsy night, lie Mill. rail. 1. .lib. II It. iCOCfl had much opinion of Johnston as a nine yeara old, accidentally ahot and badly before Judge McClure, who rt quired him Tb. IliUrtsaad laialtam, l9OU,UUU wounded Blanche Weisenger, ten yeara to give bund in the sum ul 100 lo the On IUsI Jrer wi limn Hlrr.1 . lit. General, but we believed him a truth' w, nrrf n nimu I "". old. The girla found a loaded revolver v.ircuu jacn Auams, , ami J no. i is. ivtMnr. 10.009 eaik 1U ful man till the statement credited to . low dient servant. and were playing with It. Illanche'a re-- g W. Brown, .lgne.1 hi. bond, and he wa. 7,V,V.k a ,iio w"S.VS.V?5" him and which he has not refuted, discharged. . s,vi very Is doubtful. Kmt'a.h Prise- -, w (Vie, I ayes refuses to contribute to the . . a.i . HftT t'a.b . t!M He has lowered himself in the estima Among me tuosi pieaaint incident ol ' ,'n.DdrH(utl aaisi Garfield memorial fund, because be MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. le -Fife llandnd a.b l1lsM..arb IJ tion of everybody, and has nut iu the Christmas was the reception I.. I . The Dr. A. K. McDox.au, the distinguished Superintendent of Want's In- ssne Asylum, and who has given special attention to over 0,000 cases of insanity, testified as an expert in the Ouiteau case, and gave it as his opinion that lie) it eaoe anybody. He says that cases, in which the vie tim claimed Inspiration.hai come under his treatment, but he had never known one who has so methodically prepared fur his act, or one who had so well counted the cost and dangers in the matter. They always null to carry out their inspiration without fear of bodily harm or effort tn es cape. He also testified that ho had talked with Qulteau during his con finement, and on asking him what he supposed would be done with him, he said he had studied up the law nn in sanity, and "I will be sent to the in sane asylum,and I find that, under the law, I can, after a few months, have a commission of lunacy to pass upon my case, and, of course, they will find me sane, and I will bo discharged, This is exactly the plan of the defense as developed by the trial, and if it suc ceeds, the whole country will resent (he outrage. Tho doctor was con vincod that Quitcau was playing his part. This increased them greatly, aud he finally grew so troublesomo and violent that Judge Cox, on mo tion, ordered him from the Counsel seats to the docks, Guitcau protest ing and calling down curies upon the Court and prosecution. It was thought that the case would bo ready for argu ment tins week, but the chances are now that it may be weeks before such an end is reached. BY TELEGRAPH. Beck's Coming Tariff Speech. Lt Flipper, the Colore I Embezzler, Drummed uau 11 Mr John I) White waa made Chair man ol the (Oinmlltee on alcoholic liquor traffic, and nn the fimt bill day f the preaent Congrea be Inlrndticed a bill pro- FOR JfcENT. A. Oultosu'a Jury to Hang, Standing to 1, An- hibiting the manufacture or tale iif alco.la holic liquor, eictpt for medicinal punm-ea- . Uf oa HiHith tlJ Main kitvM ThU tmllillnaT It Tlil I reprfentillnn of Ktnlncky DtMirlf nt atvl ff ffmlriblev rm tiln 1 rsmmt ml hill, iltM, rtwrlJC faMta Thtri inierriil wttlt tnvfe-t- tt u mi tnorsiMtraMfr win frtirram., Punt. llnt.iril for Im.tnrM wis tl.n Jsa Desirable XKcNiriciirc H fjfcl ttM? A -- US UJEiglire - j 11 it 1 Vi.. llavrjiikl recclvi'il mitl will I rep rniiKlnnllj- nn Imnil n frrwli lliipnf lliorliolrr! t fr tERNOH DEWtTMEMT SrnlMnlr Aeelrientally fttinnla other l.lllle Mirl, aSSsIr "tf--? Jf ,,r l"' GrrocerieSjConfectionenes, A.nsrr. Stanford Female College. STAMOItn, FAIVIII.Y SUPPLIES, Allorlilcli llirrwlll Soil at tlio Very Lowest Possiblo Margin. arc also hrpiiIh for Hie unlc or MiitlhiRlj'it aiiprrlor Woolen (JooiIh mill Ynriin. Tiiu.MH o i: a t Meal,Flour, Lard,Potatoes Timvtiri, We laid in, before the J. R.WARREN & SON OROCERIES Unto Hip l'oul Oltirr Nlnrrt for Slnpln unit E. O. STORE. Fiuirr CaHiissHiirc, ilkWi ;.ii QUEENSWARE, W00DENWARE.&C. late rise In same, a large and Gomploto Assortment W oi' Canned Goods, nnleil. Ntt,lria. (iMifier Such as Corn. Tomatoes, Peas, Bonus. Poaches, Poars. Raspborrics, Strawborrlos, &c. bar oa baaj, also, a suwk al l.nl ,..,. J..al Coal Buckets, Kitchen Sets, Shovels, WMTlll' imiiv.i:m jr (J ..... j ...,.. tsu fnn Produce of all kinds taken in exchange for Goods at tho ... highest markot price. Poiiors. cfcjo. lfi. wkli , ASHER OWSLEY, OIMSlfc.V. IlOXJJSliJ BLOCK MULF ll IN riss, Hardware and Groceries. Largest anortment of SHE! STOVES VALUABLE LAND AND -- IM GltATES CHIMNEYS, TOWM - CO Ala HODS FIRE-BRICK AND VASES, TIoi'c-lioc- s, & CLATl Ix'oii, IVails, ".l QUEENSWARE AND TINWARE, Salt, Lime and Cement, wnEEi, DAnnows, iiinqes, bolts, UIItK.ar. "Wagon and Buggy Material, CII.l.MI'IOX IliHHCIb -- .I?"'"., lu ,r ' r'P0"'iD. HEaVEElVEBEEi- ,.:. w. 4 JkfcSf W, l JlK :! Mill Iiiih for hiiIc llio MAYr,i33x,D 5i WW WW Vl aTsji isiinili-rru- l SEVERANCE DUDDERAR i CO. WATERELEVATOR I, Over 100 now in use in Lincoln Co., and we refer by permission to the following : John J. McRoherts, H. S. Withers, W. H. Anderson, A. K. Denny, R. E. Barrow, John W. Logan, A. CLOTHING, D. Newland, John M. Reid, Thornton , BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, Porter, "W". H. Hays, S. B. TRUNKS AND VALISES, Dr. C. Fowler, G. F. Peacock, Adam Uarpenter, G. L. Carter, Peter Carter. A. A. Warren, R. S. Lytle, S. J. Embry, J. H. Shanks, J. M. Philips.W.T. Green. JDlfcKkSaS GJOODaS, James Hendricks, M. G. Nevius, Geo. jnij rri:iiixiifivObS, D. Wearen, T. W. Miller, Givens, Dr. Bailey, John Dudderar, Jno. Baugh-maSr., John Shelby, John C. Fry, E. They arc able to Show the Nicest B. Beazley,R.C. Warren, R. & E.Woods, J. G. Seargent. See your neighbors and the Best Line DRYGOODS,NOTIONS Baue-hman- n, who have them in use. .t Ik cheerful obituary than that given by the cerretpsndtnl of the Kentucky AJntale, me and Cement at W. It WrFumii which I wta pained (o read for the wri- it,.'. ter'a aake. Some day he will be willing lo CAM. ami get a cm nf Kiddle Hock gtre a right eye or arm to cancel the mem-- A.3STI3- write the "rnliiptnoni F May Morning, December 30, 1SS1 nilereal Hale A Nunnelley. iwelfof mmlc It ory of that teller. yly In Henry Jlaiighman. of the echoing from the Cunrert hilla where a It It mett that thit "first witness Lirri.c TEMORAt. There arrleed at I leered In MIND'S (sower lo heal the holy should The clunr In ih min'iearr.t nf the lar.c XiiJitixc arc collected Oinilabte (leorge W Ilobbill't, Tuexlie, L.tm. TIXCCMD. ' Si. Aitpli will not effect the Ilir. Mr J. for a moment, but my "complimentary" die. It It the wiy con sec riled by Abel 0 lb. hoy -- Wallace Daughrity, I) I'rlce will cnnlinur to run It. wat Impotent In nnrell to me the mle- - and 8tephen, not to ity our detr LOUD . ... roncv Tii!aUUlillu ...linr. m, rle of the topper room, and at I htr a Himaetf, who Indeed, waaa martyr, no let ''arnpr Trri UHlshirTd Mr'atlo.. IMP w. Or cou tm we are all temperance people, Attornit Mlt.I.rR went lo Highland better etr for nytlert than for opera have than a Savior. It la not without Ita sigbut thank Mr. J. I). Trice til the tame for M, Carrier, for tent lo thla yetlerday lo protecute H. bowl of delightful egg-noa more cultivated laile for tatutt thin for nificance In Ihtt connection that "wtlnrit" LOCAL NOTICES. -- A.Tobtaining money under falae preleniea office. Those tymphonlet am fir better tkllled In cof and "martyr" are aynonymoue. from I'at Harry. Nrw an.l full atock of Clock it Penny fee than In Cantata In ahorl, hare a lite who lead the forlorn hope "die covered I)nt add Mortuaoek, County Clerk A MeAllaler'a. Tim haa been the wirmeil, muddiett Her appreciation of the art of cooking with glory bid they ME." Su (ell the Hamilton Hmi. l'i.ow aliraji on Illatn Inform! ne that he A hit recorded during the year 215 deedt, iHlgnmenlt and rilnlrtt Dirlitmaa for yean. The than of the acience of tweet' toundt, I dear little PINK COTTAGE, who., histot A.Owslty'a. liml undertaker and glare digger will get rich came away glad of a place "where HriT It ry Is now all In the ''eternal pail." lam lliu HtotK of Champion Ilirb Wire on and v mortgagee. found" and quiet relgni. tint I will nol to Ihankful to the good LOUD that the li ml tt A. OtTilt ft. If all algna do nol fall. C)R! TiltEvm. Deputy (leorge 8. Car- dear little martyr fell with It "face like bore the Int rior with the meditattnna AaTruitfi of A.M. l'tnlltton, I will, penter arreiled Jem, Adimi and Wm. Jefconptea went from here lo KoCRTEE! sell btfor lli the face of an angel" and dispensing bleta-In- g however wlie however phllotophictt tin Hattmlay, I)e. 30, IMI, Cuurl-hoiiilnor In HUnforJ, to llie high-ia- l frey, colored, for ateallng corn from C V, he Concert, Supper and Skating carnlral however without cunlng to the laat. In alniott profitable iuggeted by the LtilJer, all Id iwcoIImIkI noltiaml Oentry, end loilged them In Jill Tufi.li. at Huttonrille, Wednerday nlghl. They ietreful parting of the dying year. Oood the list week of lit brief life, the cure of tccounti In my ISinJi Morning lo tilil had Iota and cordi of fun, of courte. Mrt. Lyle, aliened the unchanging faror nlghl! and peace he with you all. OCR charge for publishing obltuirlee,or rendition. I. II. Kilmlilon, Trtiilr. of the "Orel! Physician," and Ilia power obituary poetry, ta Are centt per line, IIcriau. There hare been burled In Ctigltman'i Hill. and willingneta to tare unto the utttrmoit. PERSONAL which muit accompany the manuKrlpt If IlulTilo Cemetery Ihlt year 22 riont 18 Jamea Knglemtn told lo t. W. Mil- Thit young Stephen lift! dying hands lo Df.O. II. Mellolwrti, of UUrty, It with the party tending It It not known by he adultt and 4 children. Tlili It one ten ler, of 1 .anciiter, 100 head of aheep at $2,-C- bless; thla beauleoua Abet dira lo make editor to be pecuniarily rttpontible. than lait year and eleren more tkm the lit partnia htr. pr head. way for a teed from the IX) Ht) which year before. Mr. J. It. ItAtK anj family rclarnnl Chrlitmat hat come and gone, and Cain can nol alay. Seth mean "replaced" IIatiho told out my ttock to my broth lo Stanford ytttt rJty. young raenareilill and dear brother and alater I). It, CARrrxTrn er, II. K, Wearen, I am deitrnut lo clot Thit young gentle- there two noble Mm JkxnicKkott, of Lulanon, l np my builnett, and Ihoie Indebted lo me man la annonncet today ai a cindidile on lb market, We kinder think Ihlt ther gift lo the I.OItl) replace it Cly' preweaker tlilllng t lli Culltgf. are rriielcd to call and teltle. It. II for County Attorney. Thote In a poilttnn atarted that report Ihemtelvet. decessor, which yet, gela first lo beaten A certain ynung gentleman of thla and JuKirlt. J. IlRrcKiitRiMiofSprlng. Wearen. to judge, ny he it well read In the law, inrti there a ocg not heard by Celet- In their hnnilRomc now tatore la flM, wai here thli wk. atudloua and fully competent lo fill the place, that it now rery whtle, and fearing lialt before. The mitaion of Belli it a glo The ladiet pf the Chrlitlan Aid Society Mm. Dr. Drte, of Huslor.Ylllr, tt that the me of coffee will tpoll hit com- rious one on earth, but Abel'i In heaven la ketldea popular and office. He it were buiy decorating and beautifying their ?Mlli( Mr. Jimi I'. Iltlfcy. and would endearor to ditchargr plexion, went to Hiiitcnrllle thit week lo el more to, at heaven It higher than the tupper room ynterday, and prrpirlng to Mim JrtNiK IIroaiidcii, of MiJIon, ee If he could procure a certain kin I of earth. I had rather lire a brief life and inread the brtt tupper tonight they hare hladuly faithfully. lea It tlilting htr unci, Mr. H. 1'. Hirrow, die a nitrtyr, than lire long and die in my " UARKIACCS.' errrglren. Of court ererrbody will atKeep cofinlniilljr on hiiml n full nloelt or Miee Ktira Engteman and Mr. Itobert Col. Tiiim. II. Wattuuok It In tend. bed. If I might tuggett a name for the town mingling wllh hit id in frltndt. drought and Gentry, Jr, went lo Nicholnvllle thit new "Faith Cure" it would be the "Seth Notwilhitanding the Mr. Hakmm CAnaor mored hit family week, MIh Eliia on a riiil to Mil Mary Mim 8Lur. I'ekkt rrturnnl from rallh Cure." Thit will keen the line of to the I'oor Houm yeilerdty. Poor old hard timet thire were IS more white and Ilronangh, and Mr. Genlry,on butineu villi to frltn.lt In fobanon, Wln".lty. 21 more colored couplet married tlili year auccettion Intact. Whether the change mm. It la hard on him ul hit lime of life, Mitt AdelThorel, of Danville, wu the Mr. IlruBKc M. Hrioiit, of Illinois, than lait, the number being: White", 86; from Lincoln to Miditon luggeiti inch gneit ol Miti Luella Ilrighl, thla week.. It on r tlili to lilt brother, Mr. II. C but hti friendi think It It better iorhlm ai colored, fi9. bcripturct aa Mali. 21: 43, and Matt, Jmt received a Urge lot of Men' and BoyV Fall and Winter Clotaiif he may be able to make rame money feed Hilly Haughman haa gone lo Mlnourt. on might. . ee5: In Iehtnon, Johsstom I'llIUl-3, it mty U well and a splendid line of Fall and Winter Shoes, of Zeigler'i IrotY make, a riiil to rilationa Miea Ella Ilarler.of Mm. Mart K. Joiinhoi gtt the Ing the paupera at $73 per year each. Tueodiy, Mr. II, Willace Johntlon, .for tuch at the Adnealt't correepondenl for Men, Ladiet and Children. Newitock of Cloaki and Dolmani jmt I'uU.Si tt ttljiuUiillt, net Mr. Ni.li, I'i.eaieIIearkex. We would eiteem It merchant, and Mitt Itote I,diughterof Danrillr, ipent terenl diyt with Ml7 and othen lo ponder. I am glid I hire ttrni npired. a faror If alt pertont who attend Court II. II. Phillip, I1., were mtrrled in the Fannie Swope..... Mr. 8. E. Owrtey and not tbt deciding of that matter. Hut cer at family, of Laurel, tpent Chrittmii with llov. W. O, HANtroRD wit In town Monday, and know Ikcnitelrea Indebted lo Ittptlit Church. tain it It, the PINK COTTAGE tt linked relationt and friendi here Ml Clark ynttrdiy, I gttlttlvo honon am lo t thit office, would ctll In and tettle. It hat inseparably with the Eternal deatiny of Englemin contemplate! a visit to St. Louli ruIciousT naturally on him. to get our Semi-Weemore than one, farorably or adrenely. col ui orer $l,00) Mo, after the holidtyt. Mim Mattie Huon.v. of Lancaster, ly itarted, and we need erery cent that it for there.!. I am glad tint inr dear Quarterly Meeting at the Melhuditt Some thief went into the granary ol cni oter yesterday, and It r guett of htr due ue. Church beginning al 11 oMock. Mr. Strother Yeager, a few nlghtaagn,and and early friend Jaa, M. Wray, will enjoy tller, Mr. (Ira. II. Ilrur. Ihe long labor of my hands. No worthier ItEMEMBiR that we can procure any Communion Sunday morning. Mr. (1. A. U Hociiuter, of Ktnut he!d hlmtelf to a few buibeli of whett. The Lord haa directed Iter George O He had no tickt, and It wu rather tat tn gentleman could own It. The LOUD la to magaiine, literary or other iper for our City, Mo., trrited yesterday, much to the good to gire me thit pleasant winding up from fifty centt lo a dollar llirnet lo go to Louiieille from Lilierty, the night. ubacribert, He didn't care to disturb Mr. of Ihe gratification of lilt fritnJt. only earthly estate I ever bad. God lower than they can get them from the and he will probably arrlre there about Yrtger' t'coTTic Homxiox returned quiet tlumbert, thinking, Mim forbid that I ahould b encumbered Oodey'e, next Monday. Htrper't, PERFUMERY AND FANCY TOILET ARTICLES, Wednesday, from Tliit to her titter, Mrt. publiihen. tint hi might be dreaming iweetly with another in any erer KlderWm, It. Stanley wai called by ahape. I'eteraon't, Kcribner't, Ac, are Included In of the advent of old Santa, o he went lo M. I I.Icomb, it lIopklniTillr. I am also thankful to my Heavenly Books & the Chrlitlan church at Cynthtano for .Paints.Oils, Varnishes, Dye S the alible and procured a hone and a Mr. Ja. ItoBixtoN, who went to Hot the lilt. Father that It atand recorded In th $1,500. He recelred naraer-ou- t large thrething for the benefit of kit rheumatism, liar haa ratted a fund The shel, and carried oft hla Clerk' Office that the WINDOW GLASS AND PUTTY, place told for just pretentt on Chrlttmai dty. booty. He wat kind enough, though, to ami hare purchawd a houit and lot for considerably returned Wednesday, the mortgtge and Interest. No one It The Jnufefie Timet thlnkt llrother tend the hone hack the next morning, the widow of the late W I. Hopcr, Km , but wronged, Furo Wines and Liquors for Modical Purposes. Prescriptherefore, and no penny of profit l'itang. And kept the sheet and bridle. Mr. and.Mri.J. C Dati left with for $1,40. Of thit turn raited, $.113 wu llarnea It a lunatic tions accurately compounded. Wo have also a largo cornea lo me from Ihe little creature earMr. J. N. Datle tnj wife, for Woodbine, in contributed by the Lancaiter I!ar, $90 by Brother Ilirnei' frlendt here think the Chrittmat ptistd of! unuiuilty quiet ly and wo!l solocted stock of Watches and Jewelry, which death. I would at toon with lo gel editor of the Apodutic Timet It a fool Whitley count, yrsttrday, In thit victnitr, and nothing took plice to br they the Stanford Htr, and i'JO hy the Dintille wo proposo to sell at less than city prices. Watches and The Congregation al Waihinglon, gladden the heart of the young Ml tav money by a life Insurance on my dead will local. Uir. The liichmond and Ilarrodtbnrg wife aa lo get a cent from Ihe flopping of (lirtletd worihIed, the Chri.tmlt tree at Hright' School-housJowolry Ropairod and Wan anted. with which Pretldent Mr. J. K. WiLUAtttand family, of llir, each contributed lit. a "filth cure." PItAISE THE LORD I hat decided to erect a memorial church King' MounUin, will tttrt next Monday which wat a decided luccess. Al We will hare lo label our facetioutnett forSagina, Mlcb, to be (brent till Feb hereafter at Artemut Ward did a joke. on a tile including the pretent one, and an early hour the house wat filled to over- am no pecuniary gainer by llie demise of For aubtcriptiona are now being railed to that flowing, to that atanding room wit abore my dear little PINK COTTAGE. ruary Ut. The I'reabterun ladiet are wiluing end. The pew which Pnaidenl Garfield all the kind worda you hare apoken for It, riling young atMx. J. O. Gives', par. Superintendent Itiguey opened around on their auricular apndagea which it now upholitered In occupied, torney cf Uiuiarllle, who it up tin ll"it with prayer, then a aong by the dear Walton (and they hare not been we okriI a tittle fun at their oyatcr black, and hit a tilrer memorial plate Choir. After tinging, Mr. Myron Luce, few,) may hearen bleat vou. It la not the call to kit intents, honored ua with toup. We take it all back. It wat tip top upon It, will be placed in the new room, leaat aignlficant thing connected with this Wednesday. made a rery appropriate little apeech on toup, and we are promiied aome and other worka of the LOKD that the and hare a tlmilir poallion there to the the occasion, then the tree lgan to be Mr. A. C. IIuyant, of Williamson, Va. at the Chriilian tupicr with more than one which It now holdt In the pretent aran J Mr. Harry llryinl, lb fatber ami of ita great weight of Chrislmaa "religiout preaa"hae either completely Ig one oyiler In It. rangement of teilt. The adjoining lot, fruit, by the distribution of pretentt, nored It ortneered at It, and that my are brother of Mitt Manila Ilrytnt, hate been Kilm.ii Tuexliy at he train ttoppnt which hat been purchased, will gire for which took an hour or more. Every thing uue of communication with the public titlllng her. Coppige, a the new building a front of eighty. fire went off quietly wllh the exception of a ahould be a "tecular" paper, run by one Mr.C.8. N'eUtltt of the Harrodtburg at l'cnlck't Station, Mr. J. trader from (lallatin, Tenn, feel and a depth of 110 feel. OcWmr, but now engtgeil with the, line little noise made by tome young gentle whom I to tenderly with to be a child of la not. Yet do I fon.ll men that had imbibed a little loo freely God, but who Hill Coil Company, mi.lt ut a pleaunl who wat aboard with atock, jumped off to LANO'STOCK AN0 CROP. talk with a friend. When the whittle call Tuesday. of corn juice, bul they loon found out that believe thai while Ihia Mndneea, ao genet aounded the tttrling tignal, he ran lo get A tplendid farm of 130acret for iale. they were In the wrong pew, and kept out, lo "one of the least of Jesus' breth llox. Miltox J. Dcriiam, of ren" will not purchase heaven, It will be 31 and probably tie neit GoTtrnor back on, but mining hit footing fell, and Apply at thit office rather mute. the darting point of better things, and -- PRAISE THE ofjthit Commonweallli, It regiilered atjtbe the caboose paued orer lilt leg fearfully J. U. Ilrue told to J. I). Price, 7 hogt LORD." mangling 1L He bore hit pain manfully weighing 210 pound, at fl centt. may be the meana of drawing to the Croat Cincinmti lJKjuirer. Hotel Kroery. where we all mutt come or perieh. Liberty, Casey Co , Ky , Dec. 25, '81. Mr. W. T. I'Rtcr, uf the LouIstIII until told by the turgeont that amputation I hare 40 Wayne coqnty yearling! lo The weather looka now. aa If tattled for JW, one of the inott accomplished writer! wat necei tary, when he appeared to giro up tell al January Court in Stanford, (I. C aud thorlly after arrtring at We had a narrow etcape from Jamca-towanother "wet spell." All right, and of the Stilt, wat In Stanford, Tueaday, entirely, 21 Duncan. whence he had been taken, death The doting of the meeting on the right. PRAISE THE LORD, wet with Judge Owtlej, to whom he had been Lebanon, In Fleming county, Chai. Mtrahall 12th day teemed to many, premature, but or dry, cold or hoi, light or dark. Ever relieved him of hit tuflerlng. on a Tlili. old to Jot. Hendrick, 3? mulea 20 at LOUD knowa juet when to clone tn Jeaua. our dear Geg. O. Daunts. At the election of ofKcenof Stanford PHIXIRAMUE $U7Aandl7at$;5. THE TOURNAMENT hla meeting!, and when, on the morning of Lodge, No. IM, 1. 0. 0. V, Monday night, Cyrua M, Moberly bought of John M. Gentlemen are to make three Tuetday, list week, .1s.lT UHUIIvLtTS. ReT, T. I)iiet wat chown X. (1; Iter. J. H. circuit againtl lime and take the ring', Hail a yoke of 2,123 pound oxen for $C0. 'Tbt wesptog aklet letmed bendtDg to the ground Simi, V. M ; A. A. Warren, Sec'y, and Jc-e- ph (tit in number), on Grit round after the Mr. M. aold tereral yoke at $G5 to $100. And It continued to pour rain, tint dty, 10 tot fcprlof Calm for salt by CALVES. Daughtrty, oaar Turncrtf lilt. Heierance, Treaturer, tap of the drum. The priie will beglrrn Latl Monday wit the next, and the next; and Green Hirer Winchehtek. TlIK Muont of Stanford Lodge, Ko. to the mott tuccetiful akater both time torn Kilol lliy fur sail It K. I) Court day in thit place, and a very dull changed ita cryital current to an ImpiMt-bi- o HAV.-I0- O Stanford. I CO, elrcted R It. Chenaull, Muter; Jo. and rlngt considered In the deciiion. A one. About 300 head of cattle on the torrent of muddy water, with South McClary, H. W i I). W. Vandeieer, J. W ; premium alto will be offered to the littett market, telling at $3.00 to 4 03; plug hnr-te- a Fork and Goote Creek to match, and all II. OAHPIINTKU B. O. Alford. Ptc.i J. II. fchankt, Treat, lady iltter. They will be required to $20 to $10. between ua and Jamettown, inttead of be It mdJUiI for COUNTY ATTOr.NAY, lubjKl and M. I). Nteiut, 8. JnJ T, make three circuit of the hall againtl Mr. George P llrlght haa left al our tween ua and Liberty, the moat ikeptical to l action of tbt ntmocritie party. Ittt The Knlgbtaof Honor will hare the time. They hare the prirllrge of tkating office a hand of While Hurler tobacco of began to think that the LORD'S hand following officer! for the entuing term : alone, or with any gentleman whom they hia own railing, thit la bard lo beat. It it wai In the tuppoaed premature morement. TUO.N. K I.AXD To-da- y. Jot. StTcrtnce, V.; A. It. Hale, V. R; A. may relecl. Partie tkating are entitled to rery long and bright, and he iay he hit I am ao glad we hare nothing to do with 1st riDdldtU for rlcUoa to lhofficof JalL-l.A. Warren, Keps O. I). Wearen, K.U one round atari. Admi"tion, 25 centt; gal- 2,000 oundt like it. lubjtct to tb tttlou ol tbt Dtiaocracy. the marching arrangement! except toitrlke J. J. Mcltobertt, Treasurer. lery 15 centt. Col. Tlio. W. Varnon hat purchaned tenti at OUIt CAPTAIN'S command, Mini I.I ii a KuMlaTox, of Crab Orchard, K. IV. HOW. Peter. Cain Auain. On the irial of from Mrt. It. J. Ilrecklnridge, 1,900 acret when the "pillar of cloud" morel on; or It with Mrt. I). II. plmitton, and thit Ciidldiu lorrltctloalolbiomrorCOUN. Wedneaday, be- of Knob lind near the L. A N. eilentiom pilch them when that baltt ttill each Is i JUlHil!,iiitjFcllovlUoftbaIXuiocracy. thit troubletome youth, Tl ut that it It not Mrt, but Mi" fore Judge llrown and a Jury, he wa ac- in Whitley county, at $1 per acre. He day "a daya march nearer home." The Hatlle Kriibi that it alto Uiting litr. by the akin of hie tayt there are 500 acret of excellent coal akie did not fully brighten nor the atreama quitted of ragrancy Cost-Mar- k CAPT. TIIO.S. ItlCHAKDS act mighty badly aouiellmea. The become comfortably passible until Satur teeth, but for ahooling at the Sheriffi landton It. rounty, Iia Candidate lor JAILER of Llocolu Lltctlou Movem. Mr. John T. Hlggint It when they went to The cattle of 1 ted for J and Kennedy, day. of lb ptniocracy. utlort to lb action arreil him, he did not moving back to I jncnltr, we are torry to Liberty it ao eituated that a rite in the otlt August. fare ao nicely, for a rerdict of tlx uionthi of Ilourbon county, look the prim al the ity. Mr. J N. Paelt It going to Whitley in jail and a fine of iM were aaoeued cattlu ahow, In New York, the other day, watert make it peculiarly inaccessible on county, with hit family, and Mr. Aihtr agalnit him. Coniiderlng the olfem and over a large number of compttltori. A all tidei. The bridge, to remedy thla ! Captain Owtley hat rented hli home. are. not yet constructed, and Ine character of the aceuied, eren that herd of five look the $100 prite,anda to the Dmhlerar night, Thoinit ltichardi punishment I fir too light. A good long bullock, weighing 2,730 uundi, a $30 o you can readily tee how it hat been with From uir ilaU atout I o'clock WclnJir Pceiutrl, IBM, Ilotiw, on Ijincailer ttrtet. Mr. John M. term in the Penitent irry, along with hit prix. the meeting thut fir. The nighti have 'SiiuIreMur-ph'- t A. 1IA.V IS, McltoWrlt, Jr., will occupy ClM innati The cattle market it been pilch dark, the mud horrible, and brother who It now there for murder, houe. W. II. Hlggint goet to the would learn him a trade, and probtbly be tteadrat$2to$3forcoiumoii; $3 25 lo$t the diacomforl in "turning out" excetiive. 8orttrtHiQT, MIqJ In on Aof InaWnia Hon cooctrnfoc btr will U lbukfutljr rrvtlMd. Yainon prorty, lately bought by him, the making of him. for good to choice buttber; $175 to $0,25 My only wonder tt that the congregation! J, aUDAWMON, B.,eiiQ(urd. and the Varnont g to the Myert IIoue. for good lo extra thlpper; good feeding have been ai good at they were and are. Iluil.niKu. A number of tubttantlal ileert $350 to $125, The weather hat PHA1SK THE LOUD thai result have LOCAL UATTCRS. improvement! hare been made lu Stan been unfavorable for bog packing, but the been aa good at 70 for the tout and 31 STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, ford Ihlt year Dr. J, II. Owtley A Son price are ttetdy. Ileal thipier $0 55 lo anointed for bodily healing. C3 of that DtrOT ST., STANFOBD, KY., relliii Stock New Urleint tugarjutt two $0 63; common hare buill a double brick tlore-houi- e $3 lo $3 GA; Sheep are number, for the tout, lithe liirvesl of ceived at Hale A Nunnellcr't. Col. W. M. Welch hn firm at 2 lo 5 cent. notice lilgl lliii Christum day and nlghl, 27 chose to DKALItU Fruii bolted meal at McAIUter ft completed the handtomett brick retidence. night, a glorioua Chrittmaa gill, for which "lihcolh C0UHTT. ' MenuaUtjaLt, Ilright't. in the town, or the country either, for that wear lovingly glad and thankful. At a IlaMtUtOOM, Mr.8. It Ilaughuiin haa erected matter Tabltu, At. meeting thla afternoon, every Huttoniriltt. children The brtt clgira In town at Hate A Nun on Opera Houe Square, a large brick MarbltWork Mia X Cooper child on the front teata 31 in all cam, llLi'E Giuu Farm. of all kinds netley't. Two for fire centt. bfeatlf hmu Li rery and Site Stable, with capacity for and Mr. Mary F.llii with to tell their Thii It an unprecedented experience. The 11 ana miu McAliiter A Mattingly farm adjoining Huitonville. About 112 moral iky In Catey brighten luautifully. Don't forget the Pott Olb'ce atore when 1(H) borne faction guar ablmtl. The acret, comfortable home, good water, Ac. O how Ihankful we are. you come In lo buy your candirt, nutt, built a $25,000 mill and elevator and ( UaaUafuntUb raltlnt, orangei, and tuch, for Chrittmat. ChrMlin Church memberahlp hare com- Come and tee before purchaiing, I wit rejoiced to hear from a dear friend J tin aj'tHca-tio- o. pleted a commodioua and tubttantlal brick in liichmond, that Mr. and Mn. Hrului III the evening of life the utual The force on thit paper bare had no church. of a holldar tenon lore the I liter-e- Clay bid given the dwelling house they Chrlttiuaa. Erery one of them hat been which they once iKMieued, Hence t have Just vacated, In order to more Into W L U.wwi, Shot. The other day a couple of Mrt. B.K.lUwao. on double duty, owing to runawara and Curi" Peter lltuitou'i children were quarreling a period when youth It jubilant, when their new home, fur a "riiil alcknew. PHA1SE THE LOUD. which health ami activity and hop paint erery nrer a toy plttol. She taw at once JfT recelred at McAllater A Ilright't aa wat lo blame, and telling him by lb arm cent In roteate liuet, the thinner blood, For I knew that HK would hare a "Cure" MTANl'OIin, KY. In Kentucky, Where and how aupply of Orange, Umone, liananaa-Cocofreth ahe proceeded lo apply her hand to that and iluggith pulae, and paMrd limb of tomewher W'f art uov ouluf out t Peart, Malaga part of hit anatomy mott convenient for g,gither,cloaer lo the ingle tide. Hence I knew not, but thit good newt aweetly nuU, California Mco Uuuof runej tirocerlt'M, fellow had too, llie aged onet are not (it chronlclert "tilli the bill." etc. Grape, audi operationa. The little little PINK COTTAGE "i. And ao lLlcti wvllkMfUtvUDctIon wllh our of Ihlt All the beit dreaeed men In Luulirllle, been there More, ao he threw hla hand of the gladtome event might fettal tea-to- not dead, our aleepelh," for the dear LOHl) but but True, memory all the moat tentible men, all the rnott and pittol to break the force of the memory It wont ptrvertely to dwell on of rrturreclloa tlili lire and hat "all economical men In Louiarillt and itt tur blowt, which cauted the wtipon lo Lotf Bind, ('lis., rtM, Cbabcliowrl'i, St.. al. and wound her In the palm of the eotubre theme utterly at variance with power In Heaven aud on Earth" In HIS vtfioa btud,ud alio rU. W will also Itcp rounding go lo J, Winter A Co, corner of the lime. The hand. I can't bear to tee thla little child of Third and Market Slreela, Louiteille, hand, In a uintl painful manner. Thit the prevailing harmony H22BTJi.XT2ZjLN,r with of the LOHD'S love pat ol) the tceu of Ky, and procure their Gent' Furnttblng unlet the 1000th perton that haa auffrr-e- d car.ilval with ut, ha paued thut fir and Wbtrttuod tubals ua itt brief life without aome notice, and If t&au ulf a ui a tall. b obUlotd at tb lovctl by Ihete dangerou toy and their tale out accldeul or catualty. l'ettiriliet the Oooda. Attortuient the brtt-pri- cct UAWMOX IIHO'N. Irolic have been, and are, the order of the you will give It room I will write a more ought to be prohibited by law. lowett. Wont you go there alto? $nni-tf$ltthl- n 3nltrior3fournaI Yam at Hate A Nunnelle't. 1,1 Ili'tiNEM. Your account with Penny A J iv. The return of abient onet hit McAllater will b retdy 2d of January brought glidnet! lo mtny a firetlde. The Call and tetlle. enjoyment teemt lo be cnnlageout, and we ftel of Recently a diipotlilon lo "irjolce A il'tTEof roeme nn the flrtt floor in with them lint do rejoice" Whtle I the OJd Kellowa' building for rent. A- -- TO"X"S& HOLIDAY PRESENTS McRoberts Stagg's Closing out RearUed f to save trouble of moving. 0asfc Call at once for bargains. J. H.&S.H. SHANKS OPERA HOUSE BUILDING Dry Goods,Boots,Shoes,&c Ylisier CHEMICALS, DEALEBS ItT DRUGS, MEDICINES, Stationery tufts A SWEEPING REDUCTION ! ! Tumbling. The Warm Weather Has Sent Prices Too Many Goods and duce Them. Want to I. I. A Heavy Discount Is Marked on All Goods tt Is No Consideration; Our Word is Sell. f STOLEN j. Never Better Goods Offered For So ' Little Money in Stanford Before. SHUrt UMl, alFTl Now or Never Is the Time to Buy Goods "Without Money and Without Price. These Are Facts, and a Call Will Convince You. DAWSON BROS. itk, BAKERY. Jl BRTJCE & CO. OLOTHlBBe. 4 JytiiMtl tnerJoiinwif Hlfhg fellows pi everywhere for nothing, remarked a man to a reiorter ho met at a public gathering the other night; "it mint bj a regular picnic Yes, it is, un- W go tvcrjtthera tfctuking friend. aad have everything for nothing. We cS'to "' church festival (for which they have diinfeW Worth nf advcrlis log), get a plate of roup with one oyster, a cup nf collee, and an urgent request to be sure nnd write it tip all for nothing. Wo patronize the regular places nf amusement pretty regularly (on lickeu bought by a satisfactory interchange of courtesies with the management) for nothing. cent We drop into a twenty-fiv- e lecture for the benefit of the t heathen (for which we have dune several dollars worth of preliminary for nothing. noticing) We eat a 35 cent dinner at the opening of a near dining hall (that it tookLfj2.25 worth of valuable space to call attention In) for nothing worth a year on a rail, We ride road line (whose time card at regular advertising ratts is worth 910 a year) for nothing. We get the latest $2 novels (that always receives a 35 editorial pufij fur' nothing. , WmJo'slI ties 'things ami more and go to all these and many other places (for which privileges we inv' riably pay roundly in advance) for Ms Party, rRorkwiojtL. till H(N I'IKM 1HHI "Whyyou pewtpaprT STANFORD, ICY Friday Morning, DecemW 30, 1881 Brws'Thii"rff. (lientitlon refer n dozen el :tis walling nt Kxtty one 1ml cut Ills dinner ihort to catch tlio Irnln.liut five ten twenty tho hour arrived tho noon train. minuK ntr 8lrasljur. W, for niQoiljiil tlineTcrjr Kcxly wondereilSihat had happened. The ticket agent wai alto the telegraph operator. Ho was a youne fellow of and uierciUoui, al)uf SO, but impalirnce overcame tho four of . . fi i iiunrnca a woman steppou to ins win In the days gone by a Detroit shcrill :. KAttmiAN, who had made a cliilo shave of being TJ electnl, hail the ill luck to looso a C Y AT LAW, premier from tho Jsil. The fellow ATTO M'AMTl'.lt. KV. made good his escape to tho country Will yl- - tVuu.USt.orf .sdfWitf but the slieriil uvorhsuled him about lrM'llUlilllhlfcitlaftMlarrrl inl lfalfilns r nl In lht-tr- l under eight miles out and drove him n barn. The prisoner was captured rRTTn wotviiap. Mi,in and yet he was not. If he could not A. M. I'llYTOX, F. I tVOI.l-OUI- I could not get In, Ket out the sheriff LAW, and threats had no effect on him. In ATTORNEYS AT icv. i.t . this emergency the officer called nut: Offif) t rollrtl". rfUI lirlli sl (M'J-- I "Say, Jim." trr II. T. IVnv'i Mn Jl MKTIWIlUT, nl!TII m t lu J. 1 S. Sun-U- f l. lN rrtr MfallnfiTtmraUr nlbla. i a. slma, iloo a niasHmarr ntarirv j sttii n At.tx.la7 In smtaiN mntftlniian'lnlsht. !, vnn I ftlTrr fok mI naijK. fink piano fousalk! rnUllnrir rmk A msmiIIi, ill Ihf mrtw MIM 111 tflMk Mr T T Witlntlay iiivr It K Ktrr Hantntf sst. RiImnI I ff Mf firiw, ONK ylfiCMi IKi HUNDIinD ACHES. ii aa fHv1 frttm H Mi) Crb Orrharil H Th ImrrtJTfiurnU tr nww ini vh ir iitM it r(i wairtsM (all an.1 a Mf llaiM rtja ulitalit IstirwalM lit II hu Istl) loTtlfiwI. unf any onr ittiuiMd w ralllftat KxnrLM;.vr nt Ika mi: rvnmii f w Kptrlnliitlrnl ilhllf if a. Ittm -- bsh! laa.alL Mrvtlnc rttj L.nJ.H-- t s, rAiiso".. w. P. WALTON, sunrorJ. lr , CAKHiA(n:s&nu(Hiii.: Cincinnati, New Orleans TEXAS PACIFIC R.R.Co. ' iMt t) mini Isftnl'atUj Cirah trt mn tytf.n J rtf at..! Th rJ ijttM'atlaVB r.Mi .it niH lcr tn It Vvrraitfr, MHiwrinlsMiTlrM it t l.V I. A. llr:i. TtnKPHYTFUIAN. WHfTII.-l- l-t I rnf.rmMor, fanvtlj Khntil ll f M John Yf iiatrlnlftMtrtil tlttlnn Milnf in niiioiar mciia lrit TRAINS HOUTIt. ("Inrlnnall foulhrrn tllflalon. TV-STATIONS. Rlpcna. rSr Kflfrr. H n tr.'r,.r t Is 1 '.i,.l dow and aiked: "Yes." "You know I had a mighty close mllOMAS I'. llll.LJR, shave getting this oflice. ATTORNEY AT LAW, "You did that.' ICV. HTASt "Well I am laying my pipe for a Vflll r.nKtlr.1 lb.(Vm d Statu aJ IhJnllV I might rounllra ll.il In th Otfl mf Arrla (lmr oo second term. II I lows you ljr Lanraalrr Mravt. oi.nr.sT miii its'.sT I. Family Tsa Na Yarh Ncwsiiapor. . till tha laraal Hr wllh all . (?., In Mr I in, f lh ImI ai.rt.al 4 twain. I'afrlM. t-- f ! rtf.ltln( Jm In lti llta,4e ,Mai l4nrUr. 11 I iiiilmia i an Mr ixtrnnt tutlfttf tWrnttl itHitr rtartftenMB- irrarri inaarr t tmll . wild UUKI ! m Up, I ' OffriiuTB lsrtlnfUfi 1 . NI,r,J.a.1IU. lltfti HrMfvsV II ft! .. "It the train lafe? "UmlhiTBrowlcd Itr reply. 'How late It?" iberejunied .mtlkXhMScr.d as well hang up. The opposition will hold it up In letters four icet high, and hundreds of men In my own party . will slip my name-- Do your hear me.!" Otawrrf kaa IMlaltrt).lllarlaa. ItMlnl MIDHrf UlTttU und, IHaatbnl. Kf. TAMKH - (IIVKNS, iata ffM nn, iiM'iair.HTr. Wlll. JanriUnUlr - Hotnorwt a rail ftlm It M M T 11 'll T It llfnil tw ,11 M ' I Ml til It7 II 19 ' TiA ptn ',. Htolcvnttjitp ATTORN EY AT LAW, sn rimi lietjKa'iTcjLiMW more slipped away, and a very solemn looking man, carrying a vorjr . solera tii looking carpet bag, advanced from his corner "Tram islate. istTl "Yea." "I do." "Well, I ask you to como out, not exactly at a prisoner going bsck to jail, but moro as a patriot bound to stand by his party. Uome Jim. "I'll be hanged If I don'tf replied the pritoner. Tho judge was agin me, my sen Unco was unjust, and I lisle your jail, but if it's going tn help the op parly and crush the position out I come.! hydra-heade- LOUISVILLE, ... Unileiiiimliiatliiiisl, ami llvan-grllr- .ttlniial. mrnEKT, EH&JS1IKf XsIiJAsV YOKK,188S. iriuir ., Arr. H .... J. M t a 10 I " ' ' M II W ttoyrm Cfcaitanoiica AUtairaa - TM Til n W ( Itllara " 00 ial ' -i .1 IHf lafoa. in IS" is" I SQ S IS-- " KENTUCKY. CollcUn waft 11111 fiilrr r L. fnalianM " tllal larm... Altalla llrrat Soataera . alalaWI nft . Ijmi. I 8. fractln la all th Ouita. A lllljt til H. W. IKMIKKIt, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, M'l'AN I "HowlatoiiitT" No answer. ,.!., U? ,.,,, ... OflUf MrAHalrt.1 Lrtla'ltti, WSLLACKtVAaHOH. ltl. I . OJi&f SiSV4U IrSr; a J O .He hung around for a minute long T. W.VABJIOS. er,n4, then solemnly to hHat,:and gave tay, It has lieeu ettiiiMteil, says un ex ltalsof a flower; an' which, in plain had engaged herself to marry a .Mr. lioyd aud also a Mr. G., Ixith very change, that the railroad system of Uuited States, means simply clever young men. The lime fixed Such terrible 05,000 Very well again. the, entire world embraces did this dream make upon by her to marry Mr. G. Mas on 'locoiuoiK'es.'Vepreientliig'SO.OOO.OdO my fair acquaintance that an' here Thursday morning, and the wedding horte power, The, aleAiu' engines stationary, in vessels, aud others are comes tho thrillin' part of the story, feast was prepared, the licenso obthat her false hair, which was black tained and the minuter uuiuiooed. estimated at 15,000,000 If we admit that the nominal steam as the raven's wiog, an' hangiu' acrews Every body seemed to be huppy( but horse power corresjwuds to the tllVo the back of a chair in the next room, ou Wednesday evening thu concluded to take a walk with live labor on threo draught horses, turued gray in a single night." her bridesmaid, and while out met aud that the draught horso produces The success of Muy bridge, the Sau with Mr. II., who had a conveyance tho labor yf, seven men, e shall Cud Fruncisco photographer, in securing from KUDJUlU, aUU, the girU nut re-- f that the steam eagiuo actually represents several excellent plates of a trotting turoiD2t !( wiu touu aweruinol Hut the labor of a thousand million horse in action, has stimulated foreign MUs y. had eloped with Mr. l Mr of men. photographers to attempt equally re 0. alto came prepared for the ceretanner says markable feats. M. Hieckel has been mony on the idino eveuiug, hut on Ine iru that if it were the fashion to work able to photograph from a liost, in arriving found the hride had flown to bulls, more might be kept. Many active motion, a clear plate of the parU unknown. The runawayi were farmers, It addi, who now keep but shore at lierck, on the French coast, luarritnl iu Franktiutun, La, , ami find that uinK constant fear with all it bathers aud proineuaders. have returned, hut uut to the parental ouo bull, Summit (Mim.) Timed ofVmio sort, would keep two, and An English artiit has photographed roof, have them earn their living by their swallows mi the wing, and fixed the (iUll.TY uV WkOkU. Soma uj.)e harw labor, leuviug their vices as brttil. reflection they threw on a pond in a Uabiuu uf t'unfuaing vxctlUhl rmp-ltf tit th ers, and their carcuaes when grown, passing over, while a Frenchman, M. uiaaa uf Miitiit iitvtlit-iieas clear profit. Audra, has photographed a young girl ml tu thia lljf nr tfiiilljr if t ttrut.jf, admil-t-Tlicr are ivuiili fulljr springing over a cord. worth all that I luketl fur llirui, ami om- A leading Irimlsville liiitinuss uiau Tim thinkrthiit thelyegisUture ought to Tu think we are able is alimut to al Iciut w iow of Hop Jtiiur Uitlvra wiiUr ha hid uucaaiun tt ua li ScP'I jnveriHr.iiiauKiiuru.iii inu M3U. be so; to determine upon attainment tu Ju( audi a eliuiaU aa w luw tunat ul many thieves is frequently attainment Itself. Thus , iteutiary fur turning ar iu Ujr C'iljr, tnJ Ut .la and scoundrels Ifite on jhu eople of earnest resolution has often seemed in foni.. thviu tu Us Qrai tlva ml fallible, well th. have about It almost a savor nf urn JtJnall that UcUiiurt' fur ihvtn. Com iiiiih loulsville this I'rl horae-jiowebrido-elect tt-- r And when the fait day comes to us and we depart to the better rhore, nur beneficiaries, ami ierhaps our credi tors, will read our obituary and pick w.oot our character to pieces 'aud abuse us go Homo Till Morning," entered the generally Cleve all "for nothing waiting room, looked up at the clock, land Voice. a 9 win' and theni sauntered, tn.tbe-iicke- t Reniantl tl a WUew. A widow living in Paris who had "Whar's that train t" five children of her own to inaiutaio, The young man was looking over and possessed but meagre resources space obone year. sotjsj height rtil'alind ho did-- ' not "But, Your Honor, the statute for the struggle of lite, took pity upraise ma neati. offenses on a destitute crpban boy, whom she says that the penalty for tuch train!'' repeated "Wliar's that received under her roof. He learned shall be a fine, not to exceed $50," the: whittlef in a louder voice. said Jim Webster's attorney. Tin! agent looked up for a second, a trade, won the esteem of his em "1 knows dat ar, but I takes de ployers, followed the latter to Ameri but let bis tyca fall without answer. He fre old law on de subject." aud prusiiered there. .'Whar's thai train I" shouted ca, "To what old law does Your Honor the passenger as ho brought hit fist quently sent money to his foster moth refer? er, but she had got into difficulties, dow'uou.theshelC "Todelawob Most, sah, which which no way seemed upen 10 No answer. After waiting ten see out of her. When, howover, she was just says 'an eye for an eye, a toof for a ondt he walked outdoors, turned to De prisoner succumbing to her tnof, an a ear for a ear. the right and iuddwljr" ejtte'red the ou the poiut of troubles, a carriage "turned the cor- at de bar cut off oue ear ob de cow, ticket office through the freight-housthe dismal alley where she and de lav says splicitly dat he loses Walking straight up to the agent he ner of lived, a gentleman and a lady alight- a year's time in de jail. Kf ho had reached over the table and seized him, cut oS bofe ears oh de cow bo would tiled BimlaeSw Uke a streak ifef ed, and the former, after climbing the hab got two years. Call de next case narrow stain leading to the widow's lffbtnilr, atgmm be gave bim a shake garret threw himself into her arms, on de docket." Texas Sidings. ami illume aim mio a coracr, be with the pleasant intelligence that he Live fob 8ojietiii.no. Thousands had returned a wealthy man, aud of men breathe, move, and live; pass "Nliar in tmimler ami Mazes u that, with his wife's consent, he had ofl the stage of life, and are heard of that ar' train t" come to bring his foster mother to no more. WhyT They did not a n coming (""gasped tho agent "It's live with him. Ho had inherited his (article of good in the world, and "When whar which I" employer's fortune, and be had de none were blessed by them; none minutes I" termined to lharo it with the woman could point to them as the instrument "What inade''er late I" who had taken compassiou on him of their redemption; not a line they "The engine broke down at Winyears before, and bad laid the founda wrote, not a word they spoke, could chester." tion of his prosperity. be recalled, and so they perished "Then why in Crockett's name Mmtheir light went out in darkness, and didn't you day so in the fust place ? Anothtr Chrittmat Story. they were not remembered more than Young man,-tak- e asjuar' look at An' so you want to hear another jnelTl ain't purty nor genteel nor little Christmas story for a cent?" re- the insects of yesterday. Will you saintly, but I'm plumb up and idown marked father Lickshlngle to the thus live and die? Live for someDo good, and leave behind and mean biznew! When n man asks children "Very well. This time It thing. or virtue that me me how hogs ar' selling I'm going in is a pretty little story of natural phe you a monument gin him a civil utisner it it cracks nomena, so to speak, in the female. storms ot time cau never destrpy. love thrco ribs, and when I ntk you wlit Away back about the year eighteen Write your name by kindness, that dog goned old bullgine hain't hundred an' froze to death, when I and mercy on the hearta ot the thousnorted in you've got .to hear me or was a gay and festive youth, weariu' sands you come in contact with year downcomeiyour)tretltf-irks- I Dt nobbier clothes than. George Wash- by year, and you will never be forNo, your name, your deed', you catch on 1" ington himself, who was a contempor- gotten. "Y-ye- a will be as legible ou the hearts you certainly I ralnV of mine, I was acquainted nith a ary behind as the stars ou the brow time be here soou of ccoure fashionable young lady an' whom I leave Oood deeds will shine as evening. I" yes of course am reminded of every time I look at of of Then the solemn man roe up. took your mother there. Oue bright on the earth as the stars tiy well. Chalmers. hat in his hand and luuied it Hrmiiid Christmas night, this fair creature heaven. a a like raising a dreamed that 'fo'rrnijmey,.aod'ejt'elt A UlUDE ANDllEnTwoLoVEIlB. a wart was making its million dollars for the wdid-iuai- i as a appearance on the end of her ncse, Quite a romantic affair occurred near token of our love aud 'reverence. several evenwhich, as my old irieud Teunysou Feldor'a Caiup-grouuFree I'ress. would was tiptilted, like the ings ago. A Miss Staufield, it seems, inarcfied back some, ouo elae a chanco to get blufTed. After the fifth one had been turned away, a short, olid, gnzzjy'hcaded .man-w- ho had beee')i(tlSg,avBujne ooT nothing. T. W A W. II VAItNON, railing Back on Ms Law of Main. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Thero is a colored Justice of the -- TAMVlllO, KV, Peace who holds Court not far from Oflla. I Mrt ial.r Austin, and who gets oil from the liench somo of the most wonderful F KE F. HUFFM VN, decisions that have ever been deliverSURCEON DENTI ST, ed since the days of Solomon. HTAMNMU), ICY. Not long since Jim Webster was "' ""'" brought up before him for cutting ofl "" ''""" ' the ear ot a cow mat nan nroaen miu rurcNtirou Hit Is . aJtuinlaLrJ wbm tUirvl Jim's garden. The case was clearly said: proved, and the colored Solomon "I sentences Jim Webster to be locked up in de County Jail for de TWa?H.iVf IMI will malt III flflMKtk b&dhiI rtfMutlon nndr tr prrM manicrmofit, it.Uc a lwart ft ltl-- bl il l1Ul,mtan atvl crarUua, an Warm. ronttBtfl IBI nkiv, lUimklit-a- a lla trat la. WllhsdiaalKinrlltarl lh. ill InUIHcBt ik, lffravM '! JoMratlt r.a; rati ftf aartls u. arfllarlalfl ai.i aaatlrta rrllaWaa wllh tljt.w t rulf, Tk (tun'a attsl ? Irlitmia,Mtnllnd ml wmaaii llgtit la r an.t aaru. a.a it 111 ptHI wirnU It tWth furl) d.parlmanlt with raratult Iir lntan-a- l hi la It Hirf htl lb klitUr ,arnwr.ana raacnar lar cniMr.au mi.tMiin-nuw- i l.uainR aa.n: villi .latlt a.tlfa ajllar. an nn- - nfUttatrih pfnUlrtlf tWkl, l lltalM ttaa.( t.tf.lfn nrr,apu.l.nta. aJ I4 tl ThtuB(lM vaat f lh rutins an-Mtillltifl f dlaraHH man rt llb. wrtl.ra a4 rvtrlbtra u ...rr ! nbrw l ancUnt th iMlniH( warJ cwuairf. It nMt f imI I la iiaiim way all h cttwl, vnrentfntlubtl Mt Now Book with "Iraenus" Letter world, n.ttllt.I m lalrtl, cilr HMtlaBsjB Uot upun asaln tlk ! laadatal WltkSlr.1 AaiMr, la iltta U nr rlnaMt waa thaawrcraaol Tb ltfaaa4 ISI.,1. Thae.n. tl aSaHHt htma SJ a.barrlUr and alt aahJIna- Aai.rlra a.a. triaMat thacU a fits fcrtt..finln jHr. itrrtmtm .i-l-Vk. nira1 aalaUUhoS I I.fr.r ASIraaaNKW M1HIC (lIHKKVtll. jtv 1lra. In tSd.ln..ar aat Kaj an.r Tb Saa Emr Inrwrlalt jovraal ! ra.lr ,tl,tlc naa taw. MtlSal a.t t.llara.1 ty Iho htr. f Th Sua' aiaravl. tbo una anUPvlia, BLUE-GRASTb?unr 111 .III ROUTE." IrMlh.t.Hln. anj lalrtnatla. BM.aihr. MrallUral uaaltb aaaaaa al.li aa lb.al ITS SIXTIETH YUAIl lilrnlniban ... Tnarohnaf. (MM. ', t.ala. ..... Art. a,rlAla L.a. .... t IIUN ta t fft " S S am lt,l(.U York .. ... to IS " tu, kllrvtrf .. I II , IM " M 17 Mttikarlaal MrrUlio firfr ftnklJ. rfrt fr.me ti Jr l.rl'lla - Na.loa. " Krnl .. x Hr.aJo. " Jae laoa lllaton S ...... . . II M I! 41 1 S S S ft. fiftnt baia lrtd.c ISalfll jrartat t. Art Vklabart VI, I alwirs. M.irt. IU IS U' in " " M - Sbraaaporl ... A faril, lllrl.l.a. I I I I I. Ufa. An. Vlrl.l.rf " twin L -- Till'. B. R. T-O- HOST tlrXIIIAHLr. UOLIK I" L. Vlrktbars 1 ! t.M.klrar Ht.kl.ara SCO '4.arS ! 1 IN bar JfW-- l aplaUfta; tn4 art lalll-SM " niata. to tiMraa Ibrm In laaiaaf Ik at raa " SW " Wa aar what thlak aUmt " llraaSaa U titflsTttnoJ It IS Til K I'M I.T LINK MINMNII " II 11 am n.otl Ttalv Tbat habit ll lh nly Msirrto " rani ....- -. .1 THBSVX'a itvUllraJrtra .V,.aaau...-- I St tba Arr. MafMlia. Tba Wwkly !t cxtbtralata tlht a s IS I Oallf inuta. Aa CARS bnt aaatlsf ( tbaaaranf aniaallsil intrli. fvll AlilaaiallrrISlb.,a 1M,1. a f anJ a lltrral pfp?rtl narkft M:tVfEhS .. I s'laj aaa rr.niaaUar, ao4 Jamaa.., talWHfoor ewaaplata L. MrrlSlaa I WII.I. BE IS KTAKroRD TWO WI.F.KS - ork I 11 tbawfvktf (sc, aatlmaka ll ibt ttt MiMiwf ofaafh uwatli. frwu Snt lnj4r. J I Ijnraa-t,- r llllat Sllltfllllllltl. lor taa urmer a J S7 " Utlanwo . t aaffrpriauti, mrII, " 10 .rttiof rati, llottl,o.arKara ihlM Umhlaf. I..oxl!IUt4in r7 kna -l is " OOr I SI. Aaaph Hallirlj 1 Xon'a TIUK TABLE. IN Hr r r.W MAUCK IS, IU1- :- Whtiornot nunWranjl vhWIianj Ilka tkasaa-J-af " Tuanlooaa ... M" i a, trh It a Mm4 tor, rvllsn.l " mrml.jk.u. l naa tatrrnllBf tlttratarv. lth Ik lMt povlrj ! tba rfi-- ll ll.). JIDIIUAN, 1. 1. 8. " Alulla ilaf, prMrf linanarth rva4iM, Ma, haua-- r Ill " " lllalaf !taa. . SSI a I aroi I alanataham ana in ..pit -' r.w am ns pm waiitr rnowan i an a f(Kjiw4 uoua. baa aay Arr. Cbatlaa.. yoa lr Mlfatlfia. " :il am tr r.oiwiK w nouniTT, Itasttk. lslaTMltllUr .. am Iir... . .. .. Oxlaoatl tvalkwa DttlalM. If abukl W, Ma rf ba( a " CfBthUM .....I ikaU am. ni paa IVttl am IM pn pjsaM fou, aaaataaivr taa ei v. tilnouili ... l 1 Our tonaaara Mbii paga ibart of tanti I... Ubaltaawf .. . is la! aal. . -Air. Ct.tHt.nall ... lltU am CM pn Ilurt. lor tba dltf rv a Ut fpria, (It; . IBS ' STANFORD, ICr- alatbl avlanaa. tba prlra I r mall. luaU raid, laU tsrara Utlnlnnal 4M p M tinl arrlr at MlT 1M ISM ' ranla a luonlb. ar 1 M yaaf; a, larlwliag tba ltalS p m. Krv p. I'ArsVr Car laiwi KJ.MUU All buahifM r4ilrate4 lo kin, f rowpll. aivt tar. m anf-n- t paprr, an tjrxttnttm at Mi m. anj Wm eaaaar IVIal KlIJ.a 11 ri t lull'allrDjnl I. maa, iba prlr la .. raau ntvalb, vf f 7 Ttf a Clnrlnaatl at t p. m. It'll;') S! rr. fiwtasta imA. IMlai sIM"i JaiKlfc.. lllr S. I M ThaBtinJat la aUo farabhaj S W " SJI " s OT laaaallaa. (wruaiMrilii tiitult IntlrirliiTiatl fiiriM prat aaMraloly at f 1.3llUn Wlba ! a fir. tstsatu ital4 Nrth,Raat atvlUrtM. iUI ritM I Kwlfrinu. 7 I? Ham.lMrKJ ssi " tba pira af I aa Wiwkljr Pi'n, rigbt Mt a Atk Ilia AaTrnt at lh a t ? laf a alt rwlunaa, fa It a ar. pstaitga nH. frfer rlaba Kb l I'll. S. J SI " set j 1 11 " i ii Mxa!aaf! III... linMrUsrol In "Hit llratt IUhu." IU " an aiirarpr frak S fiwn Maflllarl UiIhm UUn-rfana- ll ollarnitraJtaa: I9 aa IS laalcto. 1. .. SITl it,. .ltd. 7 SS " anK at rrluW ra.lr. ij ... .w ,op U. III" Hop D.itl". IublUbr UTmbSuw, .Nr Yab Ulr. ) I'or ralM hHawl4l ala ai-trr. cta.la.ail I .. IX" IS IS " lNia U.Mj.Mr.naan. la rtlri tick irr.oar", ' en w x. MAsLtrrr, fu,.iir- (lot. StMI. JllllS MtlTT, r 11, w ' ' Emlill AKt.,(Vlnta. Kf 'tfl " rfcVic fr..Ural aa4 tln'l Mr. Ctaarilt. O. puO. i. J..HU(1 KU.Nr, O I'. AT. A. n'lj'u.e'":.'"" " E. I' WILMI.V (.al faaa'r A, I I- - B It. It al L IIAIIHV, tl.al. Ia Hwlaaall, 11. V IM 11. R.,VUka.r(, Ilia. II. (MXHKaN. "' KKlnof !tu U.aL l'.aa. Jll. Ala. til. M.lkn. II. IL.lfcalla. A Jul'. K. MitlUIRU, laa. Ilaa. auja. Taa. IL K.,Uin, La. ."fa." I All. V.. 8. A ''i.JrL. '.'.""'" Ms HopBitura TrarrlrriilallMi .1 Ihla lafHtlar aavafonrr la outor..' cn.iaatl Incralag. Ilrwolalaa all lb. l.aSIng Kaa.. ria o in t'aiif..iirrai-- i an-- l la arrauni la aia.1. WWIWII, , Br, roaaiu .atla-aaiwrta! d.ftt.haa troua all qaartar, ot "'.:;. JiW al.ua. Iu4,r lb. baa-- .r Opaa tkrougli Kaeta rl; la l4alBla i linfs " aavaicaa a.a lotv. iU,tr m arKlrr.lb Talagrinhl laMial.haa trnaa all To the West and Sonth Wctt. rnrr I hl rualaa latrlaiil th.l'ol... Ibla Hop Uttorx,; Til. WKKLV HiaiLI, N fltaai of Car, Wt.r.. ItkbinoAi Caar. ul n! ttto M.ial alual.lrtiriMiUIia lb wort.1. aa III, If J if m mo cna.ai, r.farj .,. la (ln a bllhrul ra. Ullaarlll, WarDt.bur.', luuaun a.J Uaclanal! ' . In 111' IN AlililTION TO KV HTOCat aai illrerl LwMlivlll., arhlul laalof .ttVrl aa llajfteT 1 f If It k,lla- :uli nntu LitlraL envoy j "SjVSll '" CIN N TI talaro , ptUM lnl hall print all Iht rrJ- m aaap, ana 11a imr.aa vat j tb lfaditUi.il j hat bj lla ra iatrmt ti iba tMt h iHfUuc) fiM I'tlatlra Snt cMtllaratkn with Th hMU. liltrtr aaf lalsc tap.oa warlli cl partlcalaia, htthtr ll biiptaa T.r ntunr( SirU sss ' TRAINS NOItTll. aa I rarlSS Mlliba. Vktlburt, I S Man llanrw IawIwlbl- - III c " Tallalib IrtMfa. Itl ' ISilU-..I ti,ia " Arr. vtfc.t - lallalak HalbL ... lw. Vkkaburt USOaaa 11 I S U Mi ' Skr..t In V Jl j MarUlaa Dlil-lo- " I raa JaT......i NOTIC33! FREE PARLOR ft ru. ..... ri CONSTABLE, Mpi ,'- jr TW Mamrt.ll lll4 in" - N.Y.WocklyHoraW. ONLY '' FUKNITUKE! - 11 YEAR. & nnp FUIMVITUKE! FURNITURE! Knyin.ii. , till. BU.SU.tr. NOV. On tho LoxirjRton Division, nreKnt:u i, tisi. life. J I cv drou rf r UNDERTAKERS' I nnfiTIQ l.fa'n -iaahllon, Ia.l4la4 i IMTkMorMln,ntnolllUUaMl ml.radnf JJJUlJ Storo-nw- barlaat.aail lb la 8L Aaafib tb"Ar.J." Hotel. ol Danilit6rs, Wives, MoUiers! aBBr atnLaBaW A NEW AND FDLL LINE Of I!ASI0IE tn ram paraariiKHT f IbaWaailj lUraMilvratba lalvat aa wall aa tba nusat praclltal auUsHiaaiKl 4larfrlf ra Utluc U Ibadallaaaf iba firiurr, blata far ptnlirr, fralaa, trara, VtaUaa, Ae , AttbaucvtljAa rur ktflrtg bulMlap ana Tbla la aaplriBtMl tau.Df uwbtl.1 la all-aliia4raartmBt. rl4elj cvplad. an bf derlbabaaJoT TIIK IIOHC, lor practical ttlabaa, hlala Iwrtaak aiKl lur kwplag up tlb tba UiMt fa abtooa at tha) la tat prlca. Iwm oftnuk- IbCisr rriHMuj la tbla dapartuiaat la tiaitlcally tralesl I'arla and tafura (ubllcailoa. sid4od frrpct.J-enuitba rerr lataat taablara. Iba llwua UI aara tht l art fore I at tba Wrrkljr Hrral4 bouwvlfamors? ibaa ooabunJrr! (Intra tbaprltv ot tha Tba laiaiaaia of XILLIlL4lMia ara Lnkeil aftar, aul arrrlbtoc rlatlD( to ma rhanlraaad Utor aarlnf la raraHilIf retarded iba hour. ii.i rom.llBn.tu(awlianl dlapaUh. lull r.oiliuriL lb ounlloDaol Chrwiimikc A Ohio IIiiIIhii)', rVt. IaT 1 Xm. S Uaii. raaaa m '.taOifc. aTaaaaan DRESSING AND CHAMBER SUITES, BUREAUS. WAltDROBES, )I.U:ill.i:-T(ll' logclotblaf ra uimJ b7ierta Kwi Iu. taik.llillla .... L.nbti.rg JaartUn tl alM.lwrp. Mauatva w VI llllaiaaua'a... Wklt, nuli.huf ... ... lllalun... lluallnaloa ItlrbuaMitl llwTdonarlll T 10 11 Ia Ma m II II pm ra II Ma aalll i ra p Mill S top m I Ma aa S SSp lu I I't a r lla witsIKMa Ua lap n lp nan OU B AMI t.TIIKIt TAllLtS. Hrr 10 10 S 10 SbaaV-laaBBaa-aV .BlBBa St B. MARCHISI, DR. J. UTICA.N.Y., a rosiTivt can roR rtMAiECOMruuit. Thl rcmajf wlil act la tiarraonr with tb I'a. malaaratcmal a)l ttin.a. an4 alao Immedlatal rjpoa lln ablomlaal auit starnia ranacUa, and tailor than to a braltb andalroaeroodltlon. taa w Ul car VUrio Xr. SI ard-t- fl log ot tba womb, Lucorrbira, CtironlG tnflaroma IdcUIc&iiI tloa an.t Ulcentiftil of Hi. Wooin, Fupprcaaed llemorrbara or lloodlot. TatDfal. and Irrtruir Mm.lrtlk.ii, KUnr Cuioplalnt, to lUl'baoc. ot LHa. trr.. All Ulltra of Inijalrj band far DiL.--- t abo.a, fr,al. ana.r.d. Addn-raa. Dr. MarcliUl'a and aak for Prral.Mi'rliuttla. ) aut Tata do ctUr. rlao Catbollcon. 1ITJ.HINC 0ATH0L1C0X, of D It. MAllCTXlsr 8 i lhrralti aivtviiadtTislrdlwat. Iba laUal phaMaof tha bual una uarkrU, rroa. ucrrhaDdtats At , Ar. ' A TaluabWraaluralllouodln tbtt.ia.Jj rrott " i prkt a and roodliluaaaf " UaiKKTf tllBFBOIH'Cl " -- Aim!, In bet, aftrrlhlotf usual) kept tSiturtllif nawa at bona aad abrwaJ, " llbattorr attrf vrrk, aaaruiao bj aoma dlrlua, Utrarr, muairat, ilramallc. ptrawnal SO. lirilt:i(lllTANIIPABSnNtlt:R:-Lraf- .a and A I'lml-CIaHnuta. Tbrrala na Hfr In tha world IU(boHiHl Fismlftirtt Nlurts wblcbruntalaa aouiacb naa dall iar.pl 8ua.laf at I.SO p ra ie4 ar uitlar acrr ab aa tba Wrkly Ilarald, whk b la aant, poataa frta, rlt at L'karl.llaailll It lOJOpru. fur ooa dollar, tati raa iutMrUaat aar Uma Allaf btrb N I No. I Ki. TbaNt York Ilarald. In a waaklr fwria. 81 NKW YORK lICUALli, ajrar. Ad4ma Mail raaal liitsadvajr abd Annalrctt, iitw Yvik I HAVE MA11KED DOWN A8 LOW tlirta 1H. IK L All M'tiI T a. t4Mjiaiuii.n fi it y.. Ma by rttall In tha At Jiullr ran la Sou vcD.it j rlllra. I all and rtatuttM.liii, abj jou . II SOp u 1 IS PW lliaawn M. vlllba eoatlattdcl IbU fact. S IS pn Arr. wiatbm.r Ml. Mrrlllif 1 ISpta s Ad u ui " ii. ii. 47lIr Uorahrad I Mp u La'tBuD, OHAIES Or EVEEY DE80RIPTI0N, .tlA'ITItl.rrlHnH,. Ltil.tislM:lL.li: JM.X.KV. I.?, lluulloit. ..maH. Ihi. AaSlael -' f.l'IS SlOa u scop n 1 It a aa I 10 p i .. - ivmii Ml. BUB. Mot.ata.1.. ... llWJia NI.BI.lllaj. SaSau WHxtiaalar. . -. II IS p la t IS a aa I lla aa IS It a u .. .... Uilaihui Uulu.alllkr iVo.K'.r) s Mp m Uallftlar(UJlN.JI'r..ljS WJ . a io p pm a na S lit Siuaw l. fl9 coMi:,si:n rimi Al.l.llUllKilVT-l- 1882. RAILROAD LINE. TIIAINS (10INO NOmil. Jiouar S, u ... 1882. Harper's Magazine ILLUSTRATED. UuotlniloD .H...4....M tl A (I. K. II. I.v. Huntloiiou M....w. 100 IIIOloD ... ' UhllaSulikur. ...mm " WllllaioaouV " " Aablaad ..... ..... 7ll.i. tl'l laj.U 21) Harper's Weekly! ILLUSTRATED. Weekly atandl Itarficr1 ran IllualraUrd warily tut. Ki. Bud.. at tliobeadofAuiarl. J.rn, I, Hr lla Nsparll 01 1111 Iloottlla cart fully cbtMaa aarlala. ahmt alurlaa. aktitba, aad pwwi, uutrlbuitd by Iba wrwiiaat iuatruc .rtUUandaathoraoftbadar. U JliSJ?4 wto,u,"ll u M- i-i tr,rt r Ap-- nu. It wlllalaara lwlba altu ul tba publUbart lo iusi k a llariirr'a WMklv lh iu.tat isunular and ai iratilri family ntvpaser la Iba world. 11(1 IU IllrbiuonJ... L. lavocaalor. .. ' II So 10 IS " Llrlimaloa... "Alwajt raittd, alaajijiatsJ.ilwayaliuprvTlDa:. 11 tl pui " Orab()rrharl (t'barlM I'rauiaa AdaiuatJr Mai.t.r.1 I. .J " lUricr'a Uaxmloa, Iba uwjat poimUr lllualralod " Bbalt. Olf I II .. " lafrludiial In tht wurld. tfrflna Iu alily.rurlti ISO luaalll. JOIIII1WOK..WH. Nuiulwr. II rtprnla fuluin wltb Iba liMtmiU-allliballaburf " Atuvilran Utfr4luro aud art; and wbat (a lotanou. . .."........ IU 11 htiaiid-wt.a- ra baa aU lit uiarkad auttt-Ml" llaian.... IDS .... a clrrulatln Ibaa that of any Kuf r4y 111 Juotlioa... brwunbl lilta Ar. Hah iuKailuo uf lit Batui rlaaa-h- aa M Its acrrlr Iba fiuli.fiil wrl' ara aud art lata cf " Clrulnoatl Juurllua..MM IM " l.oulvllia,... tai i voiuiura itr IM4 Orrat Kiltalo Taa w.lliarry rwKt auria Ibrir prvlrtaaaura. TKAINS I1U1M) HOUTIt. I IS a aa 10 10 Ii IU 10 00a 01 II It au HlauoUiQ. ' Vt'ayaaaboro. 10 SS a u I 11 IU " LruthWrs Juaclloa.. USOau S Sooau " ('bllbtllaarlll . . .. It Olpia M au " (lordoua.UU mm I so p 01 . .1 a u " ItUhlupod .. lip ro ISSpu nn M a u' s SI a uif S S S III IU IM au liallr SU au t do p u pw wt larr .. til ..., N. U A It. H. K'r ,uai br IViluubul K. tlinaM.ll anlauua alo.ar Ibaa C A O. It hO. I IAIL(V.uUfflaal l.fncbburf duactloa for lb Boolbiud nooia-.MAiblao.1. rklola Vallay llallruadw lh 'orlb..aait at .lib il Ilia. Kr, Uiliifloa, Kf . Lurtlutloaallaad K'r lor Ibo lojulb-.ar.11. JJ1AIL--- .lib A K.atuekr i'ralril Kail. a lb Wil; au.l .lib U Ah. N and Harpor'H Periodicals, YKA1L ... -t 4 Harper's Periodicals, llarpr'a Wraklr IU p r'a Maaslua. ... llaipfra aur Ibtt I' raUira pibll'aluoa , .... Any ittualwvau iuai avpla. llaurr'a "tun ii:k yeah. lrt 4 Democrat. uIjKitence. Samuel Smiles. hune, ib-.- t iiauii-.I 00 w I CO Ilarpvr'a Youim I'aupl I HarKr'a Masaalna . .M...H. "" too I llariwr'a ouuu raoiil, tlariN-r'1 CO Iraiiklla rajoarv LJbrar, Ou raar ...19(a) (SJNuiuUnl I llarisr'' Uatf klba Y mitf H..pl IWatf. Irra I. all auUtrlbtri la lb UolUM Ooa Year llantfi'a Vr aklla uaraLlbrarr( Blamor Canada. . 10 W ... 1UNwuitrat Hi tuluiura of th Maiailu Uilua wltb lb ruiaiM tr la all lubacrlUra tu tkaUulttd Nunlil Sr Juu. aa.l li4,iul.r ol aarb ttar. MstUawr I a aaJ a. Vb. a tluj laapnlSwl. 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