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Semi-weekly interior journal: January 3, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882010301_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: January 3, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. jlmn - WuWm VOLUMti X.-NUM- BtilUll. nitth 3, 1882. All Wrong liJMtOtSLl V v STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JANUARY OUR NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 5. NW TEARS TAFFT, He Uicd to be a Bo Himtclf. Topnoodf. IV. T. P. WALTON, P.. WALTON, .... .. - dHor and Proprietor. Buiinttt Manager. Suiisciuitio.v, S2.50 1'itu Annum, Invakiaiilv in Advanch. New Year Retolutiont. I In theory, tho first day of tho now year is a mount of viiion whence tlio traveler on life's journey, looking backward uvcr tho woy that ho hiti passed and, seeing tho plncc whero lie stumbled, or went astray, ii enabled l go forward, freshly fortified against I ho pitfalls nnd temptation, of tho future. In practice, tho " mount of vision ' nipcct of tho tiny ii confined almost exclusively to tho btiaineu community. Tlio way tlint is scanned is found in tlio ledger nnd tho hnlnnco ahcot; and tho places of stumbling and going astray nro the charges to profit nnd loss when bad debts were made, or confidence was mispUccd. Tliero is n good deal, o doubt, of sentimental nnd equally sentimental resolving to do better, cither In respect to smoking, or grnvcr sins; but tho pcrtons who really profit much by self examination nnd resolutions for reform nro not tho ones who wnil tor New Ycnr'a Day. Tlio man or womltn who rcnlly finds tho past n failure, nnd honestly resolves to begin again, will succeed just na well if tho start is in ado on nny other day of the three hundred nnd sixty-fire- . Tho chances arc, indeed, for better success. Tho New Year resolution, through frequent fracture, tins eomo into disrepute, and there is a widespread belief that it is made to !o broken. He, therefore, who makes ono nnd keeps it, disappoint his friend and tho general expectation, which is nn unpleasant thing to do. who selects some Tho resolution-make- r other day avoids this uupleatftntnctr. Htill, there is something in' tho tra ditfons of tho day which marks it, above its three hundred nnd sixty-fou- r brethren, ns a day ot beginning, of new hopes and new purpose. If it wcro not for tho things which never happen this year, but nro always go ing to happen next the houses wo arc to build, the fortunes- - we nro to mako, tho journeys wo nro to take, tho improved health wo nro to have life would lo a dreary business. And as tliero is to bo n "next" year, which must, in somo way, lx) divided from this, tho first of January answers nn excellent purposo, and well deserves tho recognition wo nccord it of social gathering nnd glad, hopeful greeting. " Tlio thought of our past years in mo doth breed perpetual benediction," sang tho poet Words New York has no disposition to worth but1 with each recurrence of boast of her supremacy ns tho comtho day wo celebrate, wo learn that tho thought of coming years breeds mercial metropolis of tho country, but also a benediction tho benediction of n littlo pride is certainly justifiedby tho showing that of tho $108,159,076 hope.5 fDetroit Free Press. receipts from customs collected by the NoT.SwKAitixa. A real pretty, Government InH fiscal year precise nnd polito young girl went to wero collected nt this port, tho dentist's, nnd having a difficult leaving' but $59,231,113 to bo col in lected nt nil other ports combined. case, hud to put tho rubber-daher mouth, us is usual. The girl The figured boast enough of themstood it like a littlo mau, and whim- selves. pered, but when sho had tho teeth all For the benefit of newspapers hav fixed, nnd camo out, alio was overing Lugo lists of subscribers, wo will heard to remark to her best friends stnto that "tho now postal law now as alio hold her head in her buuds, makes tho taking of a newspapor and that alio Dover swore except nhou sho tho refusal to pay for tho sumo, theft, wa oii'tho witness staud, but really nnd any person guilty ot such an ac thought that thing would rubber-dation la liable to criminal proceedings, head off. Tho dentist hud his tho same ns if ho had stolen goods to head out of tho wiudow up atuirs, and tho nmount of subscription." A tho shock throw his storo tooth against Now York paper has already com the roof.of his mouth with such forco menced suit against soveral subscrib that tho shingles were knocked oil in ers for such an offense. State Jour- Stenben'villellerald. several places. nai. revcn-columSemi-Weekly camp-meetincainp-meoting$138,-908,502 m Tho other day a show camo to LitTho Inteiuoii JotfitNAi. rit Btanford tlo Hock and was shamefully imposed upon by Undo Sam. Whilo standing is now published ns n Tliis is characteristic of tho enterprise near tho tent ho raw a crowd of low ol its proprietor, nnd wo nro glad lo spirited boys grieving on account of uoto such n marked evidenco of tho financial depression. "Docs ycr youngsters wantcr go to paper's prosperity. Georgetown dcr ehou?" ho nsked. Times. Tho Tho boys rtsponded in noisy chorus. Inti:rioi: Jouh-NAcamo to hand last week nnd ii a "Well, como on, den. I uster Iks ii very nttractivo sheet. chile myself, nu' unlike do mos' of Uro. Walton gets up one of tho nows-ic- men, I hain't forgot it. Count dise papers in tho State, mid his boys," ho added, addressing tho dour chango to two papers n neck spenka keeper. Tho man began couiiting,nnd well for tho enterprise of Stanford. by tho tlrao tho boys had passed iu Isom was walking around, talking to Hopklnsvlllo South Kontucklan. The Stanford Inteiuok Jouiinal acquaintances from tho plantations. now visits its patrons twico a week. "Hero," said tho showman, "give Alwnys one of tho best papers in tho mo twenty tickets." State able, bold, spirited and newsy "What for? Docs you think mo n wo oro delighted with the prospect lottery ngent?" of its visiting us twico as often ns be"You passed in twenty boy, nnd I fore. Urothcr Wnlton has richly nnd want tho tickets or tho money." bravely curncd the prosperity that "I doan owo yer no tickets, and I now blesses him, nnd wo heartily ex- doan owo yer no money. I didn't tell yer tcr pass do boys iu. I said tend to him nnd his our congrutulu-latioas well as tho merry greeting uf count 'cm. I 'so alwnys heard that this joyous leasou. Drcckiuridgo showmen is good on rithmatic, an' I wanted tcr satisfy myself. News. Yer any Tho Stanford Intkriou Jouiinal, dat dar was twenty boys. I doan' in its form, wns brought sputo yer word, caso I ain't no Sposen I take a lot ub boys to our notice for tho first time yesterday. Since its debut we havo been tcr do cashier ob a bank nu' axes him so much engaged with tho General tcr count 'em, docs dat signify dat Assembly that our ontiro exchange tho cashier is gwino tcr pass 'em into list has been neglected. It gives us do money room? No, tah- - Go back pleasure to find the new cutorprisc to yer tent; I sees a crowd goin' in." uku such nn excellent footing. In Tho showman, remembering that ho had left tho entrance unguarded, Ku'iits of size nnd appenranco tho paturned and Isom walked away. Liti per ij mwt creditable, ami the "Well- known ability nf the editor mako its tie Rock Gazette. success boyefnd question. Frankfort How to Sleep in a Slklpino Cah. Yocmau. 1. Get a birth iu tho fore part of g Tho following took plnco at n tho car. This is becauso the puro air recently conducted by S. P. comes in at tho front end and winRichards, presiding elder of tho Au- dows Hud goes out at the rear end nnd gusta district this year: "Undo Si- windows. I always take tho front mon Peter," ns ho is generally called, upper berth. My reason for tukiog went up into tho stand on Sunday tho upper berth is becauso it is freely morning to preach, As is customary ventilated and away from the hot s ho found n great pipes. at 2. Havo your berth mado up many 'of (ho young men sitting nmong head towards tho engino. This will tho ladies. He told thorn thoy must keep nil draughts of air from your nil move over on tho men's side, which head uud prevent taking cold. If tho they did. That evening Hov. Sam cue is very tight put a lead pencil unJones was to preach, and "Undo Si der tho window ut your feel in caso of mon Peter" was up iu tho pulpit with lower berth; or, in caso of upper berth, him. Just ns Mr. Jones got up ta open tho hiud sky window nt your commence preaching, "Undo Simon feet. 3. Fix your pillow in one cornPeter" looko d over tho nudieuco nnd er of the berth aud your feet in tho spied a young man sitting with a young other. Hy lying crosswise you will lady. Ho immediately jerked Mr. not roll in your berth. Chicago Jones by tho coat tail and motioned Hotel Ilcportcr. him to sit down. Rising up ho said: Kentucky will never get abreast tho "Young ladies, if nny of you hnvo a civilization of tho age until she estabspnro dross, pleaso put It on thnt lishes tho gibbet for murderers, causyoung man over tliero nmong those es convicted thieves to servo out their young ladies, with his hnir parted in terras in the penitentiary, erects tho tho middle, he wants to bo n girl so whipping-pos- t for petit larceny, resbad." Washington (Ga.) Gliictto. tricts tho pardoning power of tho Olren t the State Prtts. Semi-Weekl- Semi-Weekl- y t. st "This, my dear," said Topnoody, coming Into tho houso lost night, "is Christina week, nnd I hnvo been thinking, sweet wife, what I should givo you for Christmns, and what you would givo your dear Hubby." "Dear Hubby, nothin'," replied Airs. Topnoody, looking badly discouraged in her wearing npparel, nnd her hair liko tho ruts had slept in it, "dear Hubby, Indeed I" "Why, my dear darling, don't you want anything, aud won't you givo mo something 7" This has been tho warmest Decern FALL her within n number of years. Vcn-nor'- a prediction was as follows: " It looks ugly, and smacks of cold Notice to the People of Stanford and Vicinity. bitter, biting cold, north nnd south, I HAVEJL'8THECF.tVF.D AND OPENED east and nest. This cold may be THE CHOICKST STOCK EVER BROUGHT ON! somewhat proportionate to the heat ot II bn lwn vlrctf! with rire, ami romprlK the In tha uirkct. You will tad Tertthlne that a Merchant Tailor ought to hare. Tat ttock comprltw tho past summer, and extend to ex, CIoIIim, CiiHxIiiiri-rHDliiKoimlHiimlii r.nrgo Nclccllnn ef Worn oiiits. treme southern and western tcilri froiu tlio llext iMiiiiiiritctorlCMorFrHiiccHHilEuglHHt!. LAST HUT NOT LEAST, A 8PLENDID LINE OK TUIMMINOS. Tho entry of tho month is likely to bring in winter alruptly in most secCutting and Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. tions where winter Is usually expected Thankful tot put faTort, 1 hope, bj strict attention to lidilnn, to mtrlt a continuant of tho una. or experienced." 10 11 ll OF II Unl-cU- u mm . "Yes." "Well, what is it, deary V "I want you to give u a rest on calling mo 'dear' and 'darling' and 'sweet wife and such slush, or I'll givo you n piece of my mind as big as n ten aero lot. How docs that atrikoyoufor n Christmas present?" "It don't cost mo much," roplied the good man, "butyou'vo given me so many pieces of your mind, my darling dear, that I should think you wouldn't havo any left," nnd Topnoody put the door betweeu himself and Mrs. Topnoody and hurried on" down town, not to return until his sweet wife was in bed sound nslccp. Steubenvillo Herald. .m. Flipping the penny: He was asking the conductor how ho managed to build a houso nnd buy a fust horse out of his fifty dollars a month. "You sec," said this noble man, "sometimes wo get a way passenger who pays a quarter or half dollar for his fare. Well, we flip tho money up heads for tho conductor, tails for the company." "But," persisted tho investigator after truth, "sometimes it must turn up tails. What do you then?" "Oh," replied the conductor, with an incfiablo contempt, "then wc flip it up again." So that passenger went home and sold out his railroad shares. Forbidden ground: Ho had been introduced tn u girl from Boston, and together they pawed aimlessly through album. "And shall a broken-hackeyou hang up your stocking?" he inquired, as they talked of Christmas. "Sir!" exclaimed tho Boston girl, drawing herself up proudly and fixing her quivering glasses firmly on her nose, "let mo never hear you spenk to me ngain." And she swept grandly out of the room, while the young man went and laid his astonished head ngaiust tho frosty window Rockland Courier. pane. . . Postmaster General James says that official life has been disappointing to him, but philosophically adds: "I supposo that every boy has nn ambiI betion when ho starts out in life. gan as a printer, nnd. without any idea of achieving so much fame, I hoped to emulato Franklin. Ho was Postmaster General of the United States, and inasmuch ns I reached tho samo positiou from a similar beginning I supposo I ought to be satis1 u math-erlicia- A Another Ohio Wedding. young man named Calvin Hile, who has for tcvcrnl months been stopping Manufacturer and Deattri In All Klodi at a hotel in Mattoon, III., was suddenly confronted yesterday evening by a young woman named Miss Mary Cusick, of Galion, Ohio, accom- MATTRESSES, CHAIRS, panied by an officer who read a State's &c. warrant to him. The nuptials took Nox. 9 and 11 I?um1 l'carl Street, place immediately iu tho parlors of CINCINNATI, O. the hotel, nnd the couplo left on the YOU WILL SAVE 10 TO IS TEIl CENT. ON A firat train for Galion. bill of goudf at our house. A U8EFOL Life. " Sometimes," French Dressing Case Sets, Marble-Towith Large Glass, remarked Fogg, removing his cigar At 8J5, 850, $G0, $75 4 Upwards. slowly, "I wiah I had never been Bureau Sets, 820, 825, 830 and up. born, or that I had died in childhood." Parlor Suits, Seven Pieces, Ho puffed away for a moment or two, Either in Hair, Cloth or Terry, and then added, with something like At 830, 835, $40, 850 & Upwards. his customary cheerfulness : " Well, Visitors to our city are respectfulwell, I have not altogether lived in ly invited to call and see our stock vaiu ; I havo made a fairly good hus- of goods, whetherthey wish to par band tor Mrs. F., a womnu who never chase or not KK.ME.MnKK THE PLACE, I'rurl M., Lower Nlilc, could have got nnybody else to marry Son. A II . Nenr.tHln, Cliicllllinll, Ohio. Tfili'P'-- ' Boston Transcript. her." n. c. rtumvEx. F. STUKENBORG & BRO., of ixrinsriiiTixriwRiEi in 5 Parlor Suits, 11MJ kw JH'Vw kwHIl FIuBHIh &Z2 Mexican G mils' Adoiujments. I saw something the other night that I shall not soon forget a bevy of young girls wearing fireflies in thoir hair. As they moved about in the dimly lighted corridor playing some girlhood game, I know not what, their living jewels flashed and gleamed and glowed as never diamonds did. San Francisco Chronicle. TOHIST -- CHURCH i ill c3 - GO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IK- PIANOS AND ORGANS Ski Music, Boob, Mi of Musical Hertfci&s'iH, NO. 66 WEST FOURTH S T, CINCINNATI, Oi Dutch fishermen kill their fish ns Grand PIANOS, Square PlANUS. and Upright PIANOS, soon as they take them from the water, preventing them from dying In Rosewood, Satinwood, Mahogony, French Walnut and Ebonizcd Cases, in elegant designs to correspond with any style oi Furniture. slowlynnd having their tissues soft tho flavor ened. Tho superiority of Organs, Chapel Organs, Church Organs, Elegant of tho fish killed by Dutchmen when compared with thoso which die slowly With ono Manual, with two Manuals and PedaU, containing the moat beau tiful, powerful aud useful combinations ever procured in French markets is, eays M. Baule, in reed Instruments. Parlor very great. Tbo best thing to do with inferio stock, when the price of grain and other feed is nahigh as it is now, is to fatten them quickly, if possible, and sell themor dispose ol tbem in some other way. Bettor givo them away than, by keeping them, to deprive the better animals of an abundance of food. governor, and provides amply for tho education of every child, whito and colored, within her borders. When abo accomplishes theso things, then iudeed will tho old darling become a heavou upou earth. A Virginia father has eleven children named in tho consecutive Latin s numerals from "Primus" to ;" at tho birth of his tenth boy the latter was named " Decimus Ultiraus," or tenth nnd last, but somehow, another son followed, and was dubbed " Undecimus." "Un-decimu- We invite the public attention to our large and well selected stock of and our unequaled facilities for furnishing tho best clas of instruments at low rates. We purchase for net cash in larger quantities than nny other house in this city. The expense of our PIANO and ORGAN Department is far less than some housWo have reached lower es doing exclusively n Piano and Organ trade. prices than have been tendered by any dealers in this market, and guarantee all instruments as represented. Wo sell on easy monthly or quarterly payments, and any instrument taken on trial, not proving as represented, may We solicit correspondence with persons desirbe returned at our expense. ing to purchase, and tako pleasure in answering all inquiries. JOHN CHURCH Sc CO. PIANOS and ORGANS, GEO. D. WEAREN, STANFORD, LANCASTER and HUST0NVILLE, DEALEIl IN Grain, Wool, Orchard Gfrasss and other Seeds, It has been estimated, gays nu that the railroad tyetoni of tho ontiro world embrace! 105,000 lo- representing 30,000,000 Tho steuui-cngiistationary, iu vessels, uud others ure estimated at 10,000,000 If we admit that tho nominal bteain r corresponds to tho effect-iv- o labor of thrco draught hotses, nnd thnt tho draught horso produces tho labor of tcveu men, wu ahull find that tho e tea in engine actually represents FoitusHADOWiNU. Taken as a the labor of u thousand million of wholo, tho ilouso is organized in the mou, of tho inhabitants of that d iuterestof great corporations, of jobbery, aud ol unlimited ex heaven nro women. Tho HIblo con(Iknkiui. Dkuility Cuiikd. Chester. Till, Kent County, M.I., Jan. 31, 1881 -f- travagance. Star Uoutcrs, railroad tradicts such a theory iu recording broken down and generally ilcbili-tile- schemer, iniuiug speculators, syndi- that, on n certain occasion, "silence Vellod 1 was induced by our druggUt to cates, Iudian jobbers reigned in hwivcii for tho spuco ot an try a buttU of llrown's Iron Hitter. Ureckeurldgo News. and other liko characters will coiitiol hour." the third dose, I begin lo feel the icood legislation ,in tho House. N. Y. eltecl's of your medicine, ami 1 really think An Illinois deacon, while visiting It did me more good than any medicine I Sun. Philadelphia, wits nsked if ho had . . em took. , D.Quliuby. Dishop Klder hns issued a circular purchased any Christmas uards, and comotive, horse-power. m bo-gnu hurso-powehorse-powe- Tho Libido ofau infant is more and than speech; it is not measure and yet it is sung; not syllables uud yet n language; a murmur that in heaven nnd will not finish on earth; it commenced beforo human birth, and will continue in tho sphere beyond? Thead limpings are tho echo These beautiful thoughts end with n relerenoo to Jones' Teething . Texas Syrup, which wo omit. less of. Sift-ings- proiuiso caso iu Illiuois A Sedalia dentist waj called into n will present a novel question for legal decision. Tho plaintiff was a good- - Pullman sleeper lost week to pull a looking girl when tho engagement was tooth for a colored porter. The man lamade. Two years of courtship mado so much noise that several dies fainted, and panic seized tho ethpassed. Then smallpox disfigured her It will fill tho soul of face, and tho defendant declined to er passengers. every reader with joy to know that marry her. He claims that in view of her deterioration in personal ap ouo mau has got eveu with a Pullman pearance siuco ho mado the promiso, porter. From the fact that tho dentho is not, in law or honor, bound to ist nearly killed him it is inferred that ho had had his boots blacked in a keep it. sleeper at eomo time. Richmoud has an abundant supply Tho girl is embroidering a watch of churches. There nro eleven ciuo tor her youug mau. He has no whito und colored or ouo to every 272 persons. Should there bo preach- watch, but that does not matter. She ing at all these churches on any Sun- will civo him the watch pocket day, n ad every man, woman and child Christmas. It cost her 15 cents, but iu town should go to church on th.it she will be angry if sho doesn't get a day, there would bo ample floating $20 present iu return. The young Reg- man alio is going to givo it to has a capacity, and somo to spare. salary of $4 a week, nnd can afford to ister. make a nico present. A. circus is going to exhibit tho Busiuess is business: "Doctor," hnudbomest man nnd woman in tlio world next6cason, nnd will oiler $30,- - nsked Brown, "why don't you put 000 for tho pair. Wo don't know Fcudcrsou on a closo diet?" Don't where tho woman may bo found, but you think it would be n benefit to replied tho tho circus can strike tho inalo part of him?" "Undoubtedly," iu this office. Mod- doctor; "but it would bo uo benefit the combination to mo. I might loso a patient; and esty forbids tho mention of mime. when I lose a patient," ho added, "I Suiiduy Argus. prefer to lone him iu tho regular lloechci asserted in u recent sermon A breach of fied." Harry Jones, a ried houeo-painte- mar- three girls in McKean county, Pennsylvania, at short intervals, and then ran away with the wife ol a young farmer. Mr. Jones says it's all foolishness lor a young man to wait till he is gottiog 83,000 a year beforo he marries. The members of tho Legislature who voted against going to Atlanta at the expense of the State, and who remaiued nt home, now feel that they are 'solid," while many oi those that did go, feel that thoy are "sold." j . l'lemingsburg Times. Guiteau objects to tho "attempt to We are cu blacken his character." rious to asccrtniu the composition of tho paint that could eflect that result on a character which lampblack would certainly whitewash. News. DFl-flLlDFLl- M "VS7 jA. I I Gc I O 3NT I S, Breckinridge way." r-- -- bare-fuce- four-filth- s Pli:asuhk!J ov Socilty. "I sup- pose tho McGushes will mako a great The average small boy will stand out in the rain half a day spinning his top, hut ii mamma wants a bucket of water or nrrutut of wood "while it is raining, ho would ho drowned if he Clinton Demwero to go out in it. ocrat, Our apology for not prefixing the .uanies ol ladies and gentlemen with Miss or Mr. is that we aro short of cap M'a. We trust our poverty will be overlooked aud our apology Maysville Morning Call. d, For Cold, Qgujchf, Dronehltls and a tlml.ungi, take Ayer! Chen l'ectoral. affections of many presents this year," remarked NulUy IMuwh, Urn I n DrlllH, Curii-riuuterIf a man really want to know of CultivHtoi-H- , HwrrouH, Corn-Shcller- a, ono lady to another, as thoy met yes- how-- little importance he is, let him Strau-CuttcrTkreftk- terday aftornoou. " Oh, yes, iudeed," go with his wife to tho dressmakers. EhkIhcb, liilC MhcIiIiich HHtl was tho reply, " I just saw their caris alone with Aud other Implements and Machinery. We buy exclusively from Mauuficturerr. riago stop at n $1 store." When a young mau d lots,, and couiequently obtain the largest diiooust aid direct, for cash, in his best girl, he is generally supposed Ooods a; BeuonabU PricM lowest rates of freight. Our motto is i "first-clas- s Clergy men, lawyer, physician, farmer, his own." " the Beit Is always the Cheapest." Hespectfully, merehantfj hustnefi men, gentlemen of to be holding uguinst round dancing, but tho man replied, with somo surprise, "Why leiure, and their women folk and children GEO. D. WEAKEN, Staafoid,Zy. Darling, this potato is only half iv. L. with a hornet iu his trouscr leg will should I? My old pack is good all use Jirown'a iron Hitler. It keenai williamm, uti:i: U.-douo." "Then eat the other half, love." bo allowed to danco round. Manira Uu.tautllla Mauaif Laucatter Dot. enough." theui well, IIay-l'rcwei- BUGGIES Iti'iipcrH, ScU-ltluderoar-loa- -- A.3Srr Mohcth, HuyWlukcH, i ivitiii:s, a - rft Guiteau announces hlmsell a can-dldal- "PRAISE THE LORB." Rnr.i.nY for Prciidcnt bcfnro tho next National Convention. He is about as good a man as many of tho aspirants, ICY. and wo are for him so far, against the TaesdAy Morning, January 3, 1882 field. Ho is evidently on n boom lor he had over 200 callers on Sunday, EDITOR W P. WALTON, and numerous bouquets from admiring ladies Q). -. sensation of tlio hour in Bt TELEGRAPH." , Tun Wnrungtoti, h nn outbreak between Special! to the Interior Journal. Congressman .Too Illnckburn nixl tlio WamiinotoX, D. C, Jn. 2 It In mIiI infamoUs Gctt'l iJurbridge, ao thor- Hint Gtiitrau' Counsel mi! frlrmla tin nut oughly detested by every honorable eipecl n acquittal. Prisoner's brother It nppcars that xptcis Mm to be hung In CO tlaja. irinn in Kentucky. Dr. W. T. Owsley, now of Shelby Got. Murray, of Ulali, U here, not to villc, this State, but formerly of this help Camjtbtll In get lit teat ait ilrlrgate, but la bettered to be looking ttr lila own county,- whore two of his brothers official position. A lianl figtitia being made now lire, was nt tlio Capitol nosing against him, John I). White btingamoiiE around for a government oflico and hia enemies. Keaolutlnna oflereil br Wlille, that ho went to Burbridgo to get his concerning the reOrt of t). K. Clisso, a endorsement, which was given. Think- special agent of the Department!)! Jmtlrr, sent to Kentucky once to examine die reing to aid him more, Burbridgo belleTrtl to reho get his Congressman, port of torn officer, are flect upon Murray, while U.S. Marshal. Blackburn, to go along with him and Louisville, Jan. 2. New Yeai'a day mako a personal application for the generally observed. Calling Icm general ofiico ho wanted, adding, "I don't than laat year. Charlea I). Jacob entered speak to Blackburn myself, but ho is npon third term aa Mayor. Judge Jacka gentleman and will do what is son administered oath of office. right." Owsley took tho advice and CoLUMncs, Ohio, Jan. 2 Iialature met. llepublican organized bolli branch proceeded at onco to Blackburn and es. O. J. Hodge, eltctnl Ppesksr of stated his mission, closing by saying House. that Burbridgo had sent him. That Uabdstow.s, Jan. 2. was enough for Joe, and ho plainly V. N. Ileckman, died of Erraliwlas He waa born in Shelby, and was a fine sclinl told him that if that individual him ho did not He denounc- ar, had been in the Legislature aereral and whs a of Governor d traitor, a terma, ed him as a WickllfTe. viilian and a murderer of his own Call for Meeting of Count Committee. people. "My district" ho added, "is The members of the Democratic Cotintr dotted all over with graves of soldiers Committee are requeued to meet in my nf. he murdered during tho war, and it (ice in Stanford, at 1 o'clock, r. M., Saturwould not bo safe for him to come day, January 14th, for the purpoae of rie back, to the scene of his fantastic elding the manner of and fixing the day to tricks.cul while dressed in a little brief nominate candidates for County office. A au&oritv." The Doctor was fright full attendance ia urgently requested. W. O. Welch, Ch'mn. ene'd nearly out of his wits, for Black NOTES QF CURRENT EVENTS. burn has a ferocious look, and a voice like a roaring lion when his ire is We learn that Judge Itobertaon lis roused, but he managed to trot back made bis peace with General Arthur, and to his friend and rclato tho result of all ia lovely all around. N. Y. Sun. tour men nave been killed within a his interview. Now, Burbridge, the moro's the pity, is a "Kcntuckian, be radius of forty feat at Huddle' Mill, Gawd sir,? and notwithstanding the Bourbon county two by shooting anvil Philadelphia is ao overrun with the cowardly manner in which he hung social evil, that ahe ia thinking of fixing innocent and inoffensive people while a heavy licence on keeper of house of commanding tho Department of prostitution. It ia probable Judge Hunt, Secretary war, is not afraid to fight. lie thereupon wrote to Black- - of the Navy, will rign next month, to be Ilout-weburn demanding that in future he succeeded by Gen. ISeale, Secretary or Gen. Longatreet. would not refer to him in such a man Jim Gragg, a notorious desperado, who ner, but that gentleman being in escaped from the Somerset jail nnt long Kentucky, no reply had been receiv ago, baa Wen captured in Missouri and ed. It,, is not likely, however, that relumed to his old quarters. ho will waste his time on such a creaJ. G. Warren ft Cn.'a liabilities have ture ns Burbridge, but will denounce been aacertained to be $345,000, and assets him again and leave him to act as ho $75,000. When those Cincinnati fellows break, they go in for all that's in sight. thinks proper. Different theories attribute the West WAti.ACE Gruellk, tho headlight Point steamship explosion to smuggled of the Breckenridgo Neic3, who has dynamite, gasoline vapor and the donkey sat in his easy chair all the year and engine. Three unrecognizably bodies have been found. poked fun at his brethren of tho press, Miss Caroline May, the young lady began to meditate tho other day, and about whom James Gordon Bennett fought th'emoro he meditated the worse he a duel, was married the other day, but nnt feltj "1 have been pretty rough on to Jim. Some other fellow was the lucky the boys," ho thought, and straight- or unlucky dog. May be the reason some editors, are way ho sat himself down and wrote so much opposed to the whipping-pos- t an article asking. every body's forgive- law, ia because, like Wilkina MicawLer, ness for every thing. Of coursotho they don't know what may "turn up" in Dasvyib 2iiune man, like the noble the course of time. South Kentuckiin, BouLtnit he' is, will be glad to bury A change of officers in the New York tho'oloody' hatchet; and this reminds Assay Office will necessitate the counting us that ho and we liavo had some of $35,000,000 in gold and silver. Three experts are employed to do the work, and bloodless battles in times agone. We it ia aaid that it will require alx weeka to feel at 'peace with all the world and complete it tho Jrest of mankind, this holy Sab-- The committee of the Garfield Memobath day, which is also the first day rial Hospital has received $450 from the l of the New Year, and w ould like to Khedive of Kgypt, through Wolf, who writes that he expects to have everybody feel in like manner toward Us. We, therefore in chris- supplement this with furtheraubacriptiona to the amount of $1,000. tian lovo and in all earnestness, sugSales of postage stamps, stamped engest to Brother Murphy, that if even velopes, and postal carda, for the quarter the slightest tinge of "animority" ex- ended September 30, 1881, amounted to ists in his heart of hearts against us, $9,017,783.88, an increase over the corres .&aV we fall on each others necks, ponding quarter of the previous year of weep, kiss and make up, and resolve $1,030,109.74, or 11.4 per cent. Cleveland is ahead of all the citiea in to be better bova in tho future. What electric illumination, A mast SCO feet say you, old stick in tho mud ? high baa been erected in the public square, City, Ky., Jan. 2, 1882 STANFORD, 12 M., en route to toLouisville, wbsre we expect to night. Juat a few lines, all that I have lime to write, to give you the results of the Liberty meeting. I closed last night with the usual parting "kiss of HIS lips" the last meeting the best of the aeries; 32 confessed for the Lord, and 58 were annotated for healing. The total membership stands, 210 for the soul and 147 for the hodr. The Liberty meeting made tip the 20,000, and 10 over leaving us about snven weeks, to February 22, to get the coveted and Iruated for 31,000 in the five years evangelization since Marie joined me. NtAISE TIIK thtr hlrrierl Just airlved this lIn - -- LOUD I Considering the horrible weather, the darkness of the swollen tho nights, the depth of the mud and the spiritual dendness that reigned, the Casey county meeting is a blessed success. Soma, Indeed, regard It, and for It we PItAlSE Tlin LOUD I The Liberty people treated us with delicate courtesy from first to last, and according to their ability, "abounded in the riches of their liberality." For which my the dear LORD bless them forever. We go to Louisville, weak in self, but "strong in the LOUD, and In the promise of IIIS might,1"' m,t knowing what shall befall us there," but knowing well our Shepherd, Saviour, Friend. Geo. O. Karnes. Ever in Jeans, watei-course- Elders W A Owner and Alex Hop JOHN . KHItltY kins will preach at the Union Cbureli (. A.4U.f. tno .K..lvll.n Ia lit nfllM nt Aft. sessor of Umkrsitlt rountj, Aiiuit election, I SSI. here next Sunday Highland Monday morning at 11 o'clock, at which time a Hiplist .1. X. IIUOH'X, Church will lie organized at this plsce Y AT There will lw preiching by the above named ministers at Mr. James Vsiighsn's Mt, Vornon, Ky, residence on .Sunday morning, after whieh the baptism nl Mr. It's family will he atrrselleraln all th IViirts IIRIre Ninth at.lv tended In. Elder Campbell, of the Metho Msln street. flll.lSf.l preached his first dis dist Church, Smith, ISAAC) A. NTI'.tVAUT, course here last Sunday night and again on Monday at 11 o'clock. Ilia efforts AT LAW, showed that be was fieo from denomina Mt. Vornon, Ky. tional blgntrr. and all ptstor were favor- ablv impressed by the new Elder. Prattlers In tlis Outta of Itotkcwi Is sud S'llolnlnf Omen In eounlle ami In I he Oaurt of y e Howoiith's Comriiv Company and jam. gave n very laughable Grand illbernios (lito. W .Masks. J. T. t'l.ASK and meritorious entertainment last night at Grand Opera House. Their ten spe tin nod the cially twmile are nil Heading scenerr and tableaux are grand. MT. VEIINON, KY., Dally Eagle, F.b I3lh. 1831. m m 9AHita&ftffif lil llHvcJiiNt rcrclvctl itml will hoop ootmlHitlly on IihiiiI n fre ill ATTO RNE LAW, linn of tlio oliolooMt Groceries.Confectioneries, -- A.3JT3D- ATTORNEY IFAHIXLY SUPPLIES, All ol which they will iwm-iious- wi-i- Soil Jit tho Very Lowest Possiblo Margin. They Hro iiIno hkciiih for (ho hhI of MhMIiikIj'h Mipvrlor Woolen Clooilx hikI YnriiH. first-clas- CLARK &BAKER Dry oo1h. (JrooorlfH, Hutu, Cups. HtHilH. Mini's mill IIv- uryfliiiiK I'Htiiilly Kept In it CiitHN MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. CASEY COUNTK Heprt-scntitiv- black-hearte- Libert, six young men from about Lexington, spent several days here laat week, bird hunting, and succeeded in killing quite a fine number. They were a lively crowd, and the citizens of this pi ace will remember their sweet voices an often heard In the wee small hour of the morning. Married, on the 23d of Dec, C. C. Lanhani to Miss Marietta Carpenter On the 26th, Jesse Fox to Miss Sarah T. Combest On the 27th, E. D. Chatman On the 29th, to Mian Elizabeth Meeki at the residence of the bride's father, Dr Wesley, in Mlddleburg, Geo. W. Drye, Jr. was married to Miss Emma Wesley. After the ceremony was over tho partiea went to Mr. J. J. Drye's, the father of the groom, where they were given a grand in- (air. A rarty of WAYNE COUNTY. Monticello. L ll Consul-Genera- A Chicago dentist gave a patient a large quantity of chloroform and .went to work on him. lie worked along with the usual roughness of his kind whilo the man grew colder and colder. Finally the dentists attention was called to it, but not until the unfortunate was about gasping his lost. The Coroner's jury which sat on him censured the deutist for not using sufficient caution, whereas they ought to have recommended his trial for murder. Ignorant quacks should not be allowed to tamper with human life in such a manner. A California woman, learning of the unfruitfuluess of a number of her sisters in this part of tho moral vino- .yard, and fearing that unlets she mado u special effort, tho census of 1800 would""show a considerable decrease in the population of tho United States, gave birth at ouo accouch-men- t tho other day, to six ns lively little rascals as ever breathed tho breath. All are getting along as well as qpujd.be 'expected, and the proud .mother Is coutciou of having douo her full duty. . ikhman now an advocate er cent. bond. Two years ago. he mado Uayos veto suoh a bill, just because it was a Domocratio measure, thereby taking millionsfrom the Government. in 'Johnof a 3 - supplied with four electric lights, having an illuminating power of 40,000 candles. This will light an area half a mile in diameter. Advices from postmasters in all sections of the countrr. received at the 1'ost- oflice Department, show an alarming increase of amall-poin the Northwest. The disease Is spreading rapidly, and several posiomcea navo Men ordered closed In consequence. there were 173 failures throughout the United Btatea and Canada, reported to liradatreeta' during the paat week, an in crease of twenty-on- e over the preceding week, mere waa a alight decrease In the Ves(rn States, but the other Middle and sections, all show an increase. New Yoiik, Jan. 1. There waa a light fall of snow here this evening, followed liy much colder weather. At 1'eleraburg, Va., ten inches of snow fell to dar, delaying waa the coldest of the seatrains. To-dson throughout Canada. At Koch I i lie the thermometer registered nine degrees bslovr zero; at Parry Sound, eight below; at Toronto, three above, and at Montreal, three above. Mai A. T. Keen and Copt. Crozer returned last Monday from the Government worka on Cumberland river, above the rise in the river having occasioned the suspension of the work About all of the appropriation of $10,000 has been exhausted (except $1,000) on Claw work of improving the rivnr, and the Legislature will bf asked to make an Additional appropriation. Somerset Kriwrlrr Kichuiond ia not only free of debt, but money in her treasury Mr. W. F haa Courts has sold Ms interest in the firm of Courts ft Pickets, and returned to Din- ville. .'.... Madison has the most prollfio row. When two years old ahe gave birth to one calf, at three yearaold totwooal'ra, at our years old to three calves, at fir years old to one oalf, and at alx year old to two oalvra, making nine olvea. They are now all alive except one, which waa iteglatcr. one of the triplets. x ar to tho wife of W, T. Francis, Esq, Friday, Dec. 30th, a daughter. Captain T. J. Oatta has again gone South with a lot of stock for the Augusta market. Hon. P. B.Thompson, M. C, has tendered the West Point Cadetahip to Mr. J. C. Saufley, of this place. Mr. James Duncan and' Miss Linnio Coffey were marred at the residence of the bride's mother, on Thursday laat, by Elder C. W. Sewell. Mrs. Etta V. Baker left for her home In- - Atlanta. Georgia, last Friday, after having spe nt several months with friends and relatives here. I shall have to pick a crow with the typographers of the Ixtemor if tbsy don't give a little more attention to the grammar of my reports. Dr. II. C. Stone and family will leave in a few days for their new home in with the Doctor abundant success in his new location. The farm of Samuel Ingram, deceased, lying in Elk Spring Valley, waa Bold and was bid in by Mr. at auction J. P. Ingram for $5,320.50. Prof. Sewell is absent on a 2 weeks vacation visiting Ids family in Louisville. He eipecta to preach at this place on the 2d Lord's day in January, morning and night. A sale of the personal effects of Kev. Aaron Harris, deceased, will take place next Friday. His farm lying on Cumberland River will be offered for rent at the same time. Mr. Levi P. Baker, of Atlanta, passed through Friday on his way home from Missouri, where he had been waiting at the bedside of his invalid father for several months. A eon of Rev Jno. Alcorn, while play ing with an axe the other day, made a glancing lick and struck a younger brother, a child two years old in the face, levering the lower portion of the nose, and extending the gash into the cheeks on each side, Mr. Eben. Hayes, aged 20, died sud denly of pulmonary hemorrhage at his father's residence near town, on the 22d Inst. Eben. was a member of the Church of Christ, and expressed himself perfectly prepared for death at any moment, some days before the sad event occurred Denton Morris also died of consumption on the same day as above. In fact, Eben, Haynes had been assisting in laying out Morris, and was returning home, a distance af 100 yard', when he as attacked with hemorrhage, and died before lie leached home. A quantity of tubing amounting to several wagon loads, passed through ton Thursday last for the Oiler Creek Oil Company. This company will resume operations at an early day, and will ihor nughly teat the Otter Creek region a to its nil producing merits. Mr. James Rogers has written to parlies here that he will also begin work on the Harmau's Creek property itiy soon. Th reports that the former well bored by this company- was a failure, la a mistake. We learn that oil was "ttruek," but whether In pajring quantities or not, has not traniplred. Mr. William Baker, formerly of this county, but lately of Carroll County, Mia souri, died at hi houie near Carrolton, on the 20th Inst., aged 80 years, after a painful Illness of several months duration. He had been for many vears a faithful member of the Church of Christ, and as bu in creased In years hi faith Increased, until he waa filled with thesplillof his divine master, and his amazing fore was his con slant theme as long aa hi menial faculties remained unimpaired. Of him it can be truthfully saldi ''Blessed are the dead which die In the Lord from henceforth) Yea, aallb the Spirit, that ther real from their labors; and their works do follow them." Born - BurJett, Editor. The "beaiililul snow" oaine just in time to furnish a slirmut for the dead old year. The meeting of Lids, bmxlgrass ami Vanhook closed Friday night, with three additions two by confession and one The ounfessiirs were immersed Saturday morning. Messrs. Vowels A Linton is tho name of a firm just formtd here for the purpose . of dealing in Dr. Jaa W Grant, dentist, of Lancaster, will be at the Joplin House next Monday snd remain during the first week of Court, 'lhose wishing anything in hi -- t. line should call early. After the instnllation of officers at the Masonic Lodge, Saturday night, the members adjourned, per previous arrangement, to J E Vowels' variety store, where, with the Ketitucay Central engineers aa guests, they sat down to a magniGcentoyate supper. There wr oyaters and oyster, orenared in almost every way, and while there was no champagne, good humor abounded, and everybody bad a good lime. The New Yesr hid arrived before the table were deserted. Mis Cleo Wll'isiua AlioUT baa juat returned from quite a lengthy Mr. J. II. visit to friends in Madison Mr. 11. Oiler and wife are in Louisville H. Joplin i visiting his sister, Mrs. W. T. Mr. Jas. Reynolds, cf Brooks, in .Pari Toledo, Ohio, ia visiting his mother, at Mr. Jjmes Dysart, of Misthis place souri, is visiting friends in this county, hia Among the K. C engineers old home stationed here is Mr. Ben R. Turner, a son of lion. Tom Turner, iate Congressman from this district. The holidays arc ended, and nobody was killed in Rockcastle. There were very few disturbances reported and they amounted to nothing. Verily, we are be coming a peaceable people. Bully for ul Maiimed. On the evening of the 30th, inst., at the residence of the bride's father, by Elder James Hiatt, Mr. Jesee Fish. Jr.. was married to Miss Haltie, daughter of Mr. W. M. Fish, our Cirouit Court Clerk. The groom is a son of Mr. A. T. Fish, one of our most prominent citizeiis, and is a popular young gentleman. The bride is a sweet,winsome young lady, a distant relation of the groom. May they be just as bappyaa their wedded life is long, is the wish of all their friends. Mother Shipton waa certainly not correctly reported. May be she said 1891. Or, it may be that since her prophecy was made, there has been a postponement in the winding up of affairs in order that Guiteau may be hung. Sam. M. whip-slocks- Store They constantly buy sn.lsrll Shinnies, Posts nnd All Sorts ol Lumbor at Fair Markot Ratos. utter, EgK. Feather smil all kinds of Country Produce Wanted, at tho litUUeatmnrkot Pries. IMS-f.- STORE. J. R.WARREN & SON DE. O- - (Join llic lont Oflico Nloro for Nfnplo O-RyCERI- ES Httil Vhiicj nitOIUIKAIi AIITLUTIsKalKXTt. J. IL Albright &Oo. BItODIIEAD, KY oaAiasals Meal.Flour, Lard,Potatoes Timvnrc, (Slassivarc, General MerchandisDrugs.&c, which we will sell low. W haie added lo our lock a complete lino of Druja and Medicines. with pure Prescription csrefullr compounded articles. Alia, wholful snd rrlsll dealers lo Lumtier, Wood, Stilnalrs, Cost. Ilrlck. ToUcco, snd Crooks's Clears. Crab Orchard hslls, Whlta's A food Mama Vrrtulnijo, Organs, Viirnllure. Ac Machine a W eed A llsnilln Organ for for 110. Drains and Mschlnrs at other price, and llrlck at the kiln warranted In (Us Mtlthctlon. Any oo within soj Irom t to IS per thousand. thin In our line will please call on us or wills for particulars, tilts us a Irlal and 1 further that this Is Ihs plies to bur aouds. 497-- Wshare larrsiloca of resJy-nud- s Clotlilne, QUEENSWARE, W00DENWARE,&c. We laid in, before the late rise in same, a large and a l, rln: Complete Assortment of Canned Goods, Such as Corn, Tomatoos, Foas, Boans. Poaches, Foars, Raspborrics, Strawborrlos, &c. We base on hand, also, a stock ot Stanford Female College. M'ANFOItl), II Y. WITH A FULL 00BFS Or TEA01IER8 tbla Institution wtU open Coal Buckets, Kitchen Sets, Shovels, Produce of all kinds taken in oxchango for Goods at tho highest market price. ITS TWELFTH 8ESSION, ON THE 2X1) MONDAY IN SKI'TKM IIKIt, NKXT. ALL TIIK RKAHCHM OF A THOROUGH ENGLISH wcU COURSE ss are taught, aa ASHER OWSLEY DKALKIl IN MUBIC. THE LANQUAOKb. DUAW- INO AND PAINTING. -- 9 .t:giim:t jroiinitAri!, trni tat IsS; I nter asrtlat tVM. OrMrCXV. IIOtJJLG BLOCK Id Tuition, pelri. rants regular lcpartiuenU. 13 U; l'repsratoir, 115. MK.N. to CM) Ia th For full particulars, u to Itonrd. Ac. sddrrM N. C. THVI'.UMKT, lrlnrltnl Uof-.rd- . Lincoln Co.,Kj. . HOTEL LOTTERY Hardware and Groceries. Largest assortment of ! WILLARD DRAWING llth Fcbruary, 1882, I STOVES AND -- GRATES Oil MONEY REFUNDED IN TOWN - JIT. KU.-O- ADVKIITISEJII..1TS. SA2II 31. ATTOR N HUItDKTT, EY AT LAW, Louisvillk. Kr : NotemlerlO. 11 ltoolvrl. That the Uoard of Commissioner consent to spuntponemenioi (lie Hriwina or ins Wlllard Hotel umcrjf until me itiudar or rew-rusr- r, I6f, snd thtt thejr will not coosent to ane further postoneinrnt of lb. aims. Bonisr AUiLoar, Chairman. Pr the above resolution ton drawing must and 1 on the dar Sard, or money distributed bad will hick to tlcket.bolden. If enough tickets sre sold before dale Sard, the drawing will be had, asd notice of aaaiswlllbe given ihrongn tnepspers. COAL HODS AND V ASKS, . FIRE-BRIC- K & OL AY CHIMNEYS, Ixoii, IVails, Iloi'se-sSlioes- ., lit. Vornon, Ky. Special attention gtren to collections. Will practice lila profession In Rockcaatl and counties and Id the Court of Appeals. A Merry Christinas AMD IIsppt Nkw Ycsa: Greeting! Old Santa Claus' Headquarters WILLIAM M. WEBER'S DRUG & BOOK STORE. MtVernon,Ky. Immense slock of Holldsjr goods, ronilitlna: of rhotoersplt Albuiniln great vail.tr, lllldra In Has blodlu;. Illfl Iluoks, IMperterlei, Musical Inslru-nicut- a. Ifcdls, sll .lies aud sons. Toilet 8el, La. dies' 1'orliuoulisand I'oikct-lluok- i, Kitracts.I'oin-ade- s, Oils, Ac A aplendldllne of Jewelrj fur and (ienllemeu, choice Candles, Kin) Crack-eAc. JJsiJU,UUU Fixtures and Furniture, .fl5,000 One lUsldenceon tlreen Street One ltes'dence on Oreen - 11,000 .... 10,000 Two Cull I'rltes. cich S.1,100 . 1.000 Two Cash l'rlses. each 12.000 FlveCaih l'rlies,isch tl,oo0...... ........ 4,000 2,900 .... Cssh 1'rls.,, each SM0 Five . 5,000 Flftr Caih frizes, each 1100 0,000 tine Hundred Cash I'rlies, esch ) 10,000 Five Hundred Cash I'rltes, each !...... I.Ouo One Set ol liar Furniture... ...-.- .. 600 line Fine I'lano 100 On. Handsome Mlver Tea Hel . 410 Iloaea Old llourbon Whlikv 138 II, ICO IJO 10 BaiketsChsiuiiscne 113 5,000 Five Hundred Cash l'rlses, each f 10 1?,0C0 400 Iloaea Fine Wine.) 530 2V0 Iloaea Itobertson Covclr Whlskr, S30,. . 6,000 40O lloiea Havana Cigars, 110 . .. 4.000 3,000 rive Hundred Cash friies, each l!0 TO AMOUNTING 3MfiV. Ile- S3. Whole tickets, H; halvee. II; nuarteta, mlltaocea mar be made br Ilink Check, t sprets, Mill. Respon.Mouey Oideror I'otlal sible agenta wanted at all points. For Circulars, giving full lufurmallou and for tickets, address W C II. Will I'd, WILLAItl) IIOTF.L. LOUlaTILLK, KY. Th.iVlllardllntsI with all L1HT OV rMtlHEH. IU BlrU.....- IttOKf, nflfl QUEENSWARE AND TINWARE, Salt, Lime and Cement, WHEEL BARROWS, IHNOES, DOLTS, ...... .... .... Wagon and Buggy Material, CHAMPION lIAKIiKI) WIKE, tVc. -- HB3yEE3VEBEIl.BrjHi w. m HVE b jm iM I f i m' T If tf r?Ti mil Ml- I - VI MtltOIlEIlTd A UTAOa, AOF.NT3. bTANrOltl), KY. Still Iiuh for Halo the wonderful A. TT JP s I 3E3 Hi 3D D .:i CD. WATER ELEVATOR Over 100 now in use in Lincoln Co., and we refer by permission to the DRY GOODS,WOTIONS following: John J. .McRoberts, H. S. "Withers, W. H. Anderson, A. K. Den, CJHsOTHinNTCSg-ny, R. E. Barrow, John W. Logan, A. D. Newland, John M. Reid, Thornton BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, Porter, W. H. Hays, S. H. Baug-hman-, G. F. Adam TRUNKS AND VALISES. Dr. C. Fowler, Carter,Peacock, Carter, Carpenter, G. L. Peter Invite the attention of the people to their new Fall stock of They call especial attention to their stock of A. A. Warren, R. S. Lytle, S. J, Embry, D. "Wearen, T. Givens, W. Miller, Baugh-maAlio to their stock of Oltohlng;, Boots and Shoe,, whieh hive been soleoted Dr. Bailey, John Dudderar, Jno. with care, and they feel confident that Sr., John Shelby, John C. Fry, E. They are able to Show the Nicest B. Beazley,R.C. "Warren, R. & E.Woods, J. G, Seargent. See your neighbors and. the Best Line Of these goods ever exhibited DIiI8 GOODS, J. H. Shanks, J. 3VC. Philips, W.T. Green, James Hendricks, M. G. Nevius, Geo. n, in Stanford, who have them in use. I nelleyV. Tit r. bent cigar In town al Hale A Nun Two for five rent. : a nxpotiid, icy 3, Call and get a can of Saddle Hock nyttera at Hle A Nunnelley. ' Tuesday Mnrnlng, January 18S2 .LAV. INi.fnucr TIME CARD. . Trln lolulitlll vflr Trln lo nirlnn'il iOWt .. Uf'uton. .lJjr. Ml m. St. r. Am. Indebted to HI A Nnnnelley are hereby notified to otll and nettle at once. Thi mean all. Titr. change In the minctnent nf tho St. Atph will not elTerl tho liar. Mr. J. 1) I'rice will continue to run it. NOTICES. "s KneMt CAiiof 1,1 me Owsley' ami Ccmtnt at Nrw iml full stock .V of Clocks at IVnnr Lincoln Mill are now compute, and will grind fer ciitlomer every day thi A. week, In large or amall qnantllle. MoAI- liter, Mattingly & Co. lund Himikem CitAMir,. Mr. Green M. IIamiltom Hthm, Plow, always on Nnnnelley hat taken charge of the Comluml t A. Owsley'. mercial Hotel, and Mr. John DinwidHid Htoak of Champion Ilirli Wire on dle or the St. Ataph Hotel. A. Owsley's. MeA Hater's. it PERSONAL Mm. Joiim J. MoHonritTK, who has ; Ixcn riilf III, l recovering. Mn. Fiunk WAlrojf, of Centre Col. Iri;e, waa hern a few dayi ro. lUvm IlirFr, of the Went Km!, It lying III with the typhoid few. Mb. Htiuil It Kill hit returned lo the Medical College at 1'hllidelphli. AM. the visiting cjlrl hare returned to thetr home, and the hoy are iad, Mn. T. M. Joilruox, Hit., of Lancaster, hat diotkI with hit family to Stanford. Mis Jr.NNlis HucHANAK, of Crab Orchard, waa a guest of Mlsi Kllia llarrlt. Mis ItrLi.r I.ivinostok, of Kansas, It hack on a visit to her frlendt In Ken tucky. W. UCoi.i.ien, of Dalton Citr, HI. It visiting hi brother, Mots Collier, at Gilbert' Creek. here ScKATort IIoiikht Hlain w yesterday, looking at aletk and hippy ai the nlghti are long. LOCAL MATTERS. 1'i.kaif. do not try to jaw u on the)prlce of the paper. We have etlabtiihcd one a low a It can Ixi published for, and will make no reduction for anybody. Monkv wa more In demand yetterday than for n long time, and many loin were made a high at eight rcent. The Hank were thorter than utual and could not fill he demand. of hit the Mr. Malcolm Miller, In Maditon county, Sunday night, Mr. H. C. Lackey,brother of Mn. John J. Mcltobert', of thi place. Lackey , At father-in-law- Snow. The firt mow of contequence fell Friday morning, and It hi mowed teveril timet tince, altogether, however, not much over an Inch In depth. Vtnnor, Tice and other, who prophecled that the la-- t of December would be very cold, only got In by the ikln of their teeth. The thermometer wn down to "2, TheShiriu" waa called to the Highland neighborhood the other day, to arrvt one Jonhua Mullint, who wai charg-e- l with beating lilt wife and tearing nearly every Hitch of clothe from her peraon, and cutting with intent to kill hi litter-indiCatherine Smith. The tcamp had lit out, however, a very if he withe to etcape the mott condign punith-menA rir.AKT. Koos atHal& Nunnelley's. KlNK next Friday night aa utual, A Krwii bolted meal at MoAtltter Height's. . I ITST HowoiiTii' HmriiNiCA Tuourr, which Ilia Stock New Orlcant sugar juat re- i to apear at the Stanford Opera Ilou-- e N. 1IOSLEY ceived at Hale A Ntinnelley'. next Monday night, Uth, come to u la candidate fur A88ESSOU al Lincoln county, PERFUMERY AND FANCY TOILET ARTICLES, subject to tba action of tbe Democracy. Joux Munnir lit bought o( Jim warmly endorsed aa a party of tecIaliiU of decided ability. l.jnn, hit half Intercut In I.jnn A MarBooks & Oils, Dye . CAItPENTEK a comedy, they sive a variety pertin' (tore at Hill (lip. formance, which include character acting, la a candidate for COUNTY ATTOIINAY, aulject WINDOW GLASS AND PUTTY, lo tba action of tba Democratic party. Tilts la nettling time. Turn over a new uiimlrel iene, tong and dancing. They leaf and pay four debt. You'll feci alw give pinoratnie view of a large num. Liquors Medical Purposes. PrescripWines TIIO.S. D. KEWLAND Christinas than you ever did be- Iter of noted place in Ireland, which compounded. Wo havo also a largo tions fore. to tbeofflceofJAIL-Kl- t; Isa candidate for Mid to be with the price of admia-liowhich, subject to tbe action ol tha Democracy. well selected stock of Watches A large audience will no doubt Till: Danville Adteeate came galleping city prices. Watches less wo propose to sell Into ten n Saturday. 11 the way, Ilrolher greet them. E. XV. IIHOWN Jowolry Repaired Marrt, can't we oamhinr spilnat the infer Is a OsndiJate for to the office of COUNTiie Count v Couirr. Yetterday wa nal null agent and make lhei ds better? TY JUDOE, aubjscl to will of tbe Democracy. the regular day fer receiving tho delinA iu:wahi of $54 U offered bjr Mr. J. quent II. t from the Sheriff, and the Court CAPT. TIIOS. IUCIIAICDS TllKaupper given by the Lidiea Chris- for some week clewed for repair. BishD. Jlrady fir lite eenrtotion of the thief waa therefore competed nf all the Magi!-trattian Aid Society wa a moat unqualified op aay he will be able to come to the Isa Candidate lor JAILEtt of Lincoln county, who broke inle tilt store al KiotiiHond Sheriff Menelee preentel a litt of subject to me front about the laat of thi-- i week with hi next August. action oi tne democracy. Election JuueaUn ami atsle therefrom omo $40 or 638 name; 3J3 of whom are white, and iiicccm in every way. The handaomely decorated room, the beautifully dreed mill thoroughly overhauled, improved, $100 worth of gswd. See ad. Sll colorfil. A year ago Mr. Ilaughman table and the excellently prepared edible and modernized. "Iloll swiftly on ye" al! returned 015 delinquent, The two negreeo olnrged with stealing lowed with the exeepllsn which wereThe all combined to ahow that thi Society can of II. The reason the writer doe corn frem 0. V. Gentry were aciultted of not be excelled in audi matter. We haw not Court accepted Mr McneWn return with reward of 313 for tbe conviction of I will glT uo reaaon to complain ouraelve for ny t- get off a rhapsody over the many evidence that charge, but one of theni wai lined $8 at Richmond thetblcf wbocnlcrol inr but a tingle exception, which ifiow that of kindly remembrance that have reach- Junction, on tba nlgbt of December U3th. and for whipping the boy who told Mr. Uenlry iter filled our plate iliuoat tulheexcluaion loot tnerefrom I'O to E10O worm or Dry uooos he ha the entire confidence of of aoup, but thi x that they wrre the guilty iartiet. iicems to have been done ed him within the last few weeks, lie in and Dry Uooda Notions. J. the Court. Helm done belter than any at the expenae of other le--u fortunate than the fact that the liat of ladiea' name Mr. William Coonsr, a hanl working, Sherlil for year, and deterve a vole of who either got oyater at all, would be too tong for Inaertion in this deter and honorable gentleman, it an- thank from the people. The Court might ouraelve, did not over oneno two, Kren paper. Permit him then, ladiea, simply or or if they nounced aa a Candidate for Jailer. He have adjourned yesterday, but Mr. Miller Hating sold out ray Interest la tbe store at were not dtaippointed for and silently, to bow his thanka. would make a good officer, and hit hot of hi tome bit; turnpike tcheme that he theae, however, Halls (Jap to Mr. John Murphy, I request all tboaa The receipts from the Concert and Indebted to m to eltber call on me and settle or Church oyater aoup ia powerfully thin, would like to tee him given a chance. want to be heard on, and therefore he friend still al and the Reformer eapecially believe In a Supper on Wednesday night amounted to on Mr. A. & Martin, who will will becontinue In placed tbe old stand, or tbclr accounts atked that It continue over great deal of water. Hut hold, we uo not $72 50 little, If any, above expenses. The tbe bands of an officer. Mil. Joiik Hlaik announce himself a Ml J. E. LYNN. Halle Gap. candidate for lleii tin but C. C. W. William" Lair, claiming that want to get another row on our hand, orchestra ak me to express their grateful women are etill vowing sense nf the courtesy of the young ladiea Clerk In the State, and It I juat a anre he ia all the way from Texat, filled hit I hone that he will b hi own ucceor a the hide with bug juice Friday, and then put vengeance against ua. Among the young and gentlemen of Stanford, who graced day of election comet. Every body l for ou hi war paint. The title that ladle who uttended the tablei were Miaaea the entertainment with their presence, and STANFORD him. wa inugly hid about hi perton wa drawn Satlie Phllipa, Hello Carpenter, Carrie enhanced so materially the eniorment of hiding place in the presence of Lytle, Lucy Moberly, Jennie Moberly, the evening. Mr. John L. Hall, of the Waynesburg from it Mra. Geo. O. Barnes and son stopped Heaxley, Mollio and Alice Heaxley, precinct, la a candidate for Assessor, sub-je- several wltnee, and fired three time In Liccie IIOM'OIITH'S DOUULE SHOW, rapid ucceion on the itreet. Ilefore he Luella Itamaey, Bettie Pennington and with us on Friday night, and went forto the will of the Democracy. Mr, The latter preided over ward on Stturday, io join Mr. Barnei at Bill it a go! Democrat, a clever gentle-rui- had time to aee whether he wa much of a Mary Varnon. of article! of Liberty. Mr. B.'s success in that place and a capable man, and will receive markaman, the Marthal grabbed him and a Dinar, the larger number Dublin Dan Comedy Co., on bad him before an examining Court which were made by her own hand. The seems to be a marked as in other local a handsome tupjiort. which held him for carrying concealed entire proceed of the affair amounted to ities. It ia inferred from late advices that And McQill's "Mirror of Ireland." Judob J. M. I'niLira haa yielded to the weajion. He wax then marched before $231.30, and the ladiea are greatly elaled, he will not "strike tents" as early as he Mors fun without Tulrarlty than any show on withe of manr frirnd and announced the final Court, and In a remarkable liort for no other aupper ever realized ao much. had expected. It ia not possible, howevcsitb. to predict with any certainty his fu- 60 Beautiful Scene In Ireland CO. a candidate for County Attorney. tpace of time wa mulcted to the tune of himself er, 12 Acknowledged Artist 12. MARRIAGES. Judge l'hlllp I rill versed in the law, $25 and given ten day in Jail. Mr. Liir ture movements. 4. 4 Ureal Comedians and would fill the reapontible office with no doubt forgot where he wat, and ImagJohn Dinwiddle left us on Saturday S Distinct Combinations In On 3, Henderaou Daugh yeaterday obtained view of taking up his resiTo-da- y. great credit to himself and to the county. ined himtelf tporling with the festive cow license to marry Miai Lizzie CahIi, on the night with the Evorything Now and Novel. dence in Stanford. It is needles to say -, 4th inat. Foil Jailek, Mr. Samuel F.ngleman,,a boy- but alas, for him he wa not, prices. Ileserred seals now on aaie at oi ii Mr. J. II. Dunn, of Garrard, got li- that both he and his estimable family will Popular Mciloberls A Sugg's. sound Democrat, and a clerer gentleman, The Touiinament. Another immense cense yeaterday to marry Mias Mary C. be greatly miased by their lifelong assocI announced a a candidate ior Jailer, lie JOHN 1IOWOKT1I, Proprietor. crowd waa present at tho Kink Friday Qooch, at Htiah Branch Church, on the iate. An intimate acquaintance won for cornea of a family of Democrat whose night, to witneta the contest for the waa fearful, no doubt, that tho them a warm place in the affection of thi iaithful service in the lank, entitle tlitin pritea, and the excitement It canned could 10th. He Cleik might die, and diaarrange hit calcu community; and while we give them up lo tome recognition at the hand of the not have been excelled even by a home Cost-Mar- k lation!. Hence hit haste to get the pa- with reluctance, we fondly hope the rerace. The gentlemen contented firnt, and per. moval will be an advantage to them. We Main St., .Staiiionl, Ky. MlSS LulaO. SOTHEKLAKU atka 111 to a five.dollar gold piece wan to be given to Mr. Chattel T. Hyde, of LouUville, kindly commend them to their new surthank the Indie of the Chritlian Church the one taking the greatest number of Ky., and Sliaa Nellie E. White, of Flor- rounding, and trust they will find a happy .hi JOHN DINWIDDIE.PRO'R. for a timely donntion of useful and neces- ring! with a lince and making the belt ence, Ky., were united in marriage, thi home. sary article. She alto aL an interest In time in tbrcfl circuit of the hall. Will morning, by Kev. Dr. Charle Taylor, at My "Better Half" request me to offer their prayer, to the end that the may bear l'cnny Fold firtt in the pool that la, he the naidence of Mr. A. Struwbridge, 1017 through this channel, her acknowledgeOPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 her misfortunes and afllictioni with pa- would have, had there been any and Scott a tree t. The bride and groom will ments to Mrs. Hugh Logan, Mis Sarah tience and resignation. Malcolm Wearen aecond. Jim Severance reside in Stanford, Ky., where Mr Hyde Curtis, Mias Bettie Logan, Miaa Mac. 8. 92.00 We wish Logan, Mrs. Dr. Alcorn, Mrs. G, F. PeaFoil Am who il. Mr. Jack 8. liosley, of. wui firtt to enter the ring. Filled with ex- ha lately engaged In buaiue-4- . citement, bordering on to fright, which waa them aucceiM through life. Covington cock, Mr. A. B. McKiuny and Mr. C. A. fera himself to the Democracy of Lincoln Green, for their beautiful prent which Special Accommodation to Commercial a a candidate fur Assessor, Hit excellent not helped by the deafening cheer, he Commonwealth. Travelers. reached her on Saturday evening. She qualification for the office, together with telxed the lanceand after galloping around DEATHS. aak me to aay that beyond the value of a few time, gut the tignal to itart. One, hit extensive acquaintance make him a Scott Laat Friday night, of a general the gift, she prizes the kindly aplrit in the Baggage Transferred Free of Charge rery formidable candidate, and hi friend two, three ring were taken, and he wa doing hi levelt'tt to beat even Maud S'h giving away of the vital force, nt hi donors which it evince. To win aq evangiiing to elect him. cay they aru feet Hew home, in the Gilbert' Creek neighborhood, escent popularity among recent acquaintime, whrn Jehomphatl hi have recently taken charge of this honse We vnt our mail to the Junction by from under him, nnd he ut duwu aa if he John Soott, aged 81. He had been a mem- tances, is pleasant a fai as it goe; but a and intend to have accommodations. freight Friday morning, so a to have It waa mad with tho lloor, He waa finally ber of the Christian Church for yemr, ard testimonial from those who have known ua intimately from their earliest childthere to go on the South bound train on prevailed on to get up, and waa led, limp- wai much liked hv hi acquittance. H. H. It., but the 'anlnlne" agent ing, back to the grand itand, amid much the hood, I truly flattering. RELIGIOUS. refuted to take It. In consequence of thi laughter. Malo. Wearen, a trim little Crab Orchard. From my atable about S o'clock WeJnndiy night, little piece of meanness our subaoriber thoroughbred, wa next brought out. Ho Her. A. J. Trlbble, of Madtten, will Decembers, 131, There will be a Masquerade at the along the rwd were kept out of their pa- waa aomawhat ah of the crowd, but he 2d Saturday preach at Logan Creek on tho House (Monday.) Merahon A. HAY St.VllK, per tilt Saturday. got a level ttart, took all tlx of the ring, and 3d Sunday in thlt month. J liu Carson, Jr., had one of hi ear Sort ofaiHinr, blind In one y. Any lororms. in 27 and made the three round n Central Kcntuaky Medical The roaated laat Stturdsy night by the fire- Hon couctrniug her will be tbsukfully melted. eeund, while the audience fairly yelled LAND. STOCK AND CROP. will meet next In Danville, on the J. L.. UAWNON, NH., btanford. work. with delight. Thi made him the favorite, 3d Wednesday in January. The opening The holiday have been unuiually Jno. M. Hall, told to Allen A Co., II. r. Dawson. and beta (or "lay") were three tn one W.Uinwsox. paper will be read by Dr. (1. Lal'ayelte on lil gay in our little village. We don't know head of citlle, at $33. ehanee. Charley Carton, a.i Dunlap, on the " National Hoard of Health of any town that oan crowd more fun into K. P. (lalnei, of Scott, aold Col. Baldonlt, tilled badly at firtt, but got and It Work." The annual election of down to hU work and eame Hying by the win 45 extra yearling mule at $S3 per one week than our. Two hops at the HTANPOIII), JCY. , Oil time. officer.-also, will be held al Merahon Home, one at the Hardin House, land with four ring and a reoord of 28) head. We srs uow onlog out a Stevlo Uaily, SiVy. g -- W. P. Tate kohl to It. 11. King 232 an oyster supper, concert two night at mound. Henry Gentry, a well-fe" DtJuV-JIslno of l'aiu'y Groceries), lltTTe" WUnchekW'ei. of land near Moreland Station, till the Christian Church, and aocial prtle)at Nlc lloyle county pony, cintered into acre glrji Mi.Kennvdy',Mn.Tatum'i and Mr'. Will Wblcb wllUilu connection wltbour ingerwlidieaccidenlalihootini' by Fronie tbo ring with the confidence of an old county, for $8,136.40. Meaan, W. K. l'ullei. A Brother Carson's, aud a finer programme for next telegraph itage. Pool a went up In hi favor until Mulr, w.ai rejorled In the column of the laat iue, died teveril hour he milled the first ring, then they begin slaughtered their bear last week, and were week. 4c, al. We were handed an anonymous letter luaf Bread, Cakea. ties, CWectlooerlee, alao keep later. Iloth the girl ure relative of Mr. to fill, and ko did he, until he wai fairly kind enough to send ua a iteik from the wayaou uaud.and at low pritea. We will The animal wai about ilxtecn the other day for publication, which one Uproariou iiuie, 8. S, Mqltobertt, of thlt plaoe, the one a on til hand and knee. .A. RBST.A.TCrR.A.tN'T wa au- grand-niecand the other n niece. It it laughter greeted hlpeculiar position, but montlii old, and weighed whttn killed 153 of our young men received. It Wbcrs good Urals ran Georgetown perb, and the person who wrote it (a lady' cost. Ull us a call. be ubUloeJ at tb lowest effort he regained hi pound net 105 pound. Indeed a iad occurrence, and may lead to by a determined DAWNU.V NHU'a, hand,) urged thi young man to writs to a footing, and oaine In with three ring In Time. the blighting of another life. candldata for JAILER of Lincoln county, sub ject w Lreinocrauc primary election. la Geo. A. Wkaiikx hat a Fresh Milk Cow for Sale. Trice, $10. fHMII lit U g He-Id- hi urn lt-Itrne- - leonnd. Tom Johnaton, a fleet, hut verv uncertain foolnf Heed, now pranced up to the Hand, and at the nf the drum gnt down to work Only three ring rewanled hi effort, and hi time wa bulletined at 30 lecondt. The moat part of thi performance wa that he did not fall a tingle lime, but maintained hi perpendicular Inrger than he waa ever known to before. Will I'enny, a but rarer, wa next to enter, and excitement crew to fever heat. He aliot around, liking five ring, and completed hi laak in 20 recond. He could canity- have gotten the other ring, but for nervotti fright. J. W. Kngleman, a aplrited country coll, got five ring ami nude the fly In 27 acoond. llrlght, one of the entree, for aorr.c reiaon, dtd not atari, but inatcad. tent n nice little Mexican pony, who took five ring and made a record ol 27 aecond. Ocorge liriice, a and but tome what aged ateed, disappointed hi friend and riled hi backer by falling below their high eitimate. Hiaacoreahowed five ring and 29 aeconda. The height of the fun wa reached when Hob McAlliater came loping Into the ring. Kvertbody thought that hi leg would run off with him, and an re enough they did, anil he came to the floor with a vengeance. He tried to make It by rolling over and over, hut he wai ruled off the trick and given no acore. Kobert Fenzel, nn imported horae, wa tho laat to appear. He made It in 23 aeconda, but got only three ring, and hi bicker rill tend him Inck tn Germany for retraining. Mr. J. S Hockcr, who, with Capt. Wetth and J. S Grime were the judge, then annnunrtd the record and awarded Iheatake, a five dollar gold piece, to Male. Wearen. He waa the youngeat of tho conleatant, and from the firat had the aympathv of the crowd. A handaome pair of bracelela waa offered to the awlfteat young lady akater, but there wa much perauaalou neceeaary, and delay, before any of thrui would Little Heaale Kicharda went It tart. alone, and made three circuit in 27 aeconda. Miaa Emma Saulley choae Male Wearen to akate with her, and her time waa alio recorded at 27 aecond. Miaa Julia Carter, akaling alone, made It In 29 aeconda, and Mia Laura Kngleman, with MI Mr. Walter Owaley, in 27 aecond Sue Wade Heaxley, eacorted by Mr. It. W Hockcr, did it. in 29, and Mia Daiav Hurnaide, with Wilt Penny, in 28. Thi a cloaed the conteat, and the award waa announced by Col. Welch. Mia Kngleman' a aecond ihorler than anytime being; body', the wai declired the winner, while atoruia of applauae ahook the houae. For grace, tpeed and akill, ahe cannot be beaten, and the many congratulation ahe received bowed how proud her friend were of her victory. The evening w a moat enjoyable one, and everything pitted off in a raot creditable manner. .11 lp Sauflay, a Special the Bright place of 182 acre yeaterday, lo John llrlght, at $10.75. The land He on the Danville pike, 1 mile frem Stanford. The plate waa rented lor the enaulng year for $00 by Mr. Bright, who receive tho benefit of it Judge Siftfleyalaoiold 100 acre of knob land near Hale' mill, at $850 per acre, C. Judge M. sold lo Jamr Given, long-legge- - ll-n- rv Count V CourtT. Yeaterday wa a cold, cloudy dtaagreeahlo day, and a much mailer crowd than iiiuaal were In attendance, conatquently htialne of all kind wa dull. There were about 150 rcrnh cattle offered, a good number of which were withdrawn. Cipt. J. M. Higglna, auctioneer, report the ate of ten yearling mule at $55 per head, and 05 aheep at $2 per head. Col. II. T. Both: There wa little dtmand for cattle, and sale were slow at 2 to .1 cent per pound for Mountain Scrub. A bunch of fair yearllnga about 7001b. weight, wero bid lo $20 25 and withdrawn. No horae offered. Maaler Conimtaaloner, W. O. Welch, sold the following real estate yeaterday: Hoik and lot in Huitonville, belonging to Mra. Ann J. William to J. W. Alcorn, for $75, and another houae and lot In tame place, to Dr. S. O. Hockcr, for $720. He alao sold 100 acres nf the Gooch land, lying near Klnga Mountain, to Eld. W,T. Corn, for $400; 01 acre Knob land of Welch Skldmore to Craig Skldmore, for $39, md 41 acre belonging to Login Hickman, on DIx HIver.toCol.T. P. Hill, young lady who wa In a town not a thousand mite from here, and tn send her nice presents, and lo propose lo her, Ac hut the young man wa not so easily taken In, and I now exposing the wile of the fair Miaa, Young ladles, lake warning. Miai Eliza Kennedy, of Garrard, and Mia Maggie Harris, of Stanford, a pair of the prettiest and moat fascinating young ladiea that visit here, were the guest of Miaa Mis Jennie Kennedy, last week Bettie Doorcs la visiting her staler, Mra. P. K. Parriah, near Lancaster Miaa Lld.i Edmiaton I In Stanford, this weak ......Five P. M. is the faahlonabls hour for dining with aristocrat Mr. George King, Jr., gave a dining last week to a few of his juvenile friends George Evans, Jr., was home during the holidays. We know of one little heart that beat faster at lh sound of hla welcome voice, and well, juat aak No. 2. IfowoRTii't Grand Hidernica. Thli entertainment, which haa exhibited in our city the paat two eveninga, ha drawn the largeal house of the season, and better satisfied audience than were present on theae occasion have aeldoni left the Academy of Music. We have no hesila lion In nylng (III ia the best show of the kind, both In talent of the company and nuility of scenery, that has ever visited Scranlon llepubllcan, Feb, Scrinton. 19lh, 1870. SKIT AUVKItTISlMEXTH. o o M'ROBERTS&STAGG -- WILL- mm -- TO THEIR- - fmisw T Court-House. NW Opposite the E- - M d - J.H.&S.H.SHANKS In (heir liiimlHomo new Rtoro room In OPERA HOUSE BUILDING Keep coiiHtaiilly on linnil a full ntock of aubjtct to foi $500. LINCOLN C0UNTK JOHN liXAIX I.atanJIJil-fo- r COUNTY nj tcuoa oi mo Democracy. CLEItk", Hustomtille. 18821 Well, I dedicate the first labor JOHN I,. HALT. of the year to the Interior Journal, las candidate for COUNTY ASSESSOR, '"81" ha paaaed away, and, the venera- io ids win or in Democracy. ted Mother Shipton, to the contrary, the world haa not collapsed. M. JUDGE Dry Goods.Boots,Shoes,&c Jntt received a large lot of Men'i and Boys' Fall and Winter1 Clothing and a splendid line of Fall and Winter Shoes, of Zeigler's BrosV make, for Men, Ladies and Children. New stock of Cloaks and Dolmans jnst subject Itlaahaky, though. The Interior of Friday, reached thi office about 8 o'clock, on Saturday night alleged cause, a freight train wrecked somewhere down tho line. We have alwayi understood that Stanford' peculiar boast wa the of fast young men. Now cornea the rumor that ahe rejoice in faat young la. diea too on skates, we mean. Brown' Dick aay hi pulse are more sonorous since hefuund that the predictions about the world going up like a in '81, waa all a canary and then he resumed hi occupation of drawing a design for hi Italic coffin. George W, Drye, Jr, and MUa Emma Wealcy, were married at Middleburg, on the afternoon of Thursday, the 29th ull. A merry party were elegantly entertained at Mr. J. J. Drye' In the evening. Thanka for invitation. Sorry I wa unable to at tend. W e have heard a great cry for bread in consequence of our mill havinir been ga-lo- J. P1IILII8 Iaa:andldate ject lo las win for COUNTY ATTORNEY, sub ol ins Democracy. SAMUEL KNGLEMAN la candidal for JAILER of Lincoln countr.auli Ject lo the tUlon of tht Democracy. "IVfll. COOLEY DBAIiBBS J. DRUGS, MEDICINES, Stationery, Faints, for CHEMICALS, Stuffs 1. Varnishes, Puro and accurately and -- at than and Warranted. and Jewelry, and c. A SWEEPING mill-whee- $25 REWARD store-rooD.U-xo- REDUCTION !! . MONEY WANTED. OPERA HOUSE, The Warm Weather Has Sent Prices Tumbling. pi-t- m MONDAY, JAN. 9th. n, Grand Hibernica. Too Many Goods and Want to Re- duce Them. -- A Heavy Discount Is Marked on Goods 4A11 ST.ASAPHHOTEL Is No Consideration; Our Word is Sell. BOARD, PER DAY. Never Better Goods Offered For So Little Money in Stanford Before. first-cla- ss a STOLiElM Now or Never Is the Time to Buy Goods "Without Money and Without Price. Ano-elatio- DAWSON BROS. These Are Facts, and a Call Will Convince You. BRUCE & e OLOTIUBBS. O. y MAIiK. "ShonVs enroforyou, Bruce! Oh, made, and thcro was a reserve plloof . SunbSHlttlilnnlttiorSournal sandwiches, and tho smeared dish In Bruco, sho loves and honors you more InnVf foi auto ntj frm,fnt!ilnitff fc4 MCTIIO!)IST,80UTII.-ni:- .J. mnfnlnn jsTf JH V 8 1 A n Tft flift QRi 8 1 A A KXCI'.I.IXNT ANY WHIIUNI! which tho lobster salad had been than sho can tell!" cried Myrtlo, flingItnrt MftllnpThnniUr nltliU. BuikUj Hctiool ONE HUNDRED AGUES, ntw I'll noONK nMaln liarnaln AN ralllns on tho .. mnn ran inv J. H. Mm. Millrinifntirni. l7 on lj li t.Ttoar on tho Orali llrflianl lka firo there, ex ing herself upon his breast. "Keep m a?A.3N"E1oiax), Mlulontrr Hnelfls " mllrt from nnifrlnrl, llliaalnvn uanl Iraalhan ailnin )( hr Hti T. I. Wmn'a mixed. Thcro was no Kianftml. Tim lniirnninla aro ntw an) (ol llmra. Similar lo rucli month, at i o'tloc hero, Bruco. Oh, never let mo gx p?lr-- , riMliUnl. W. T. WAI.TOK, Blanfor J. and tho larm la wall watrinl. t"l ajil 18821 cept tho sickly flsmo in tho alcohol me iMlay IrioraW January 3, Nkl-T. N. IMHNIN. , iltM il j J. M. naccn. PaMor. V. lamp, and everything looked forlorn from you again I For I've had cnougl an.! Tva fTvs. 1 Ifll SS J i A H VA U BAVTIHT.-nit- an.l Fourth Sumlaya, morning ftf Mwlln and shabby as possible. As Myrtle of city peoplo and city ways." nlht. ITaifr Sthonl at 3frja. WnliHwUy narrow GAKKIAOKS&JIUOOIES. Cincinnati, New Orleans U. K. M. noon Kniwlar , NEW YEWS CALL Aud then sho told ho day s advent I Suiwrlnlfmlfnl sat shivering down on tho ono chair 11 I I IIH tfl th bT n"f7,,l"I,.fT VSS l nliniSTIAN.-Worahlp"I should like so much to spend from, which sho was obliged to remove urcs. KS iU 1 I U UJU U I'ruflilnt I CM. Jna llalloii "Louiso Emberson never had any NisJ TEXAS PACIFIC R.R.Co. on Hrt and Thlr.1 inra naia HMtvUr Nf nnui heap of Chiua towels lrefora she day In, tho city," n?d No Year's IS. Kunrrim rmlMil. could uso it, she heard Prucillas heart," said Grandma Follett, indigSTILL LEADS WITH THE at f in .vMnrr, HiTII.-- ll. Myflfc Polfett. TIIA1NS HOUTII. X. MfKI. I nKKMYTKUIAN. two gals of hers .... m.i I kun. - Rphml it I U John W. Cincinnati Houlharn lllrlalon. Grandma Follett looked wisely voice in tho parlors beyond, whose nantly. "And thoso Itrnt, Miiprrlnlrnilrni t'ln Ptmm M"tlnon -Idoor of communication was arifully aro just painful wax dolls." JiT- Accom'n KlgW Wtnlar nlihta over tho edgo of her silvcr-bowcSTATIONS. Bo Myrtlo Follett was cured of her concealed by a modern ilranoiy of Eipreta r.ipreta. spectacles. Now S 10 am STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, 4 Mpm 1 Hi run Lie. Cincinnati "Good land! what for?" said she. crimson damasl, hung on sliding gill mania for city life. And that w II M ll " " lleoraetawa. Year's call was tho means of settling 7 15 " I0O7 " II W M.pnT ST xriJir1H'i KY . "New Ycar'syDny is Now, Year's Day rings. trxintlnnl 7 II " IOl " NUknUltllle. .Ill . 7 ........... ,. artnerhlri with llTlnff tw " "It's your cousin Miss Eleanor and her snugly in Garland Farm for good 0, 0, WINE, lll)LMI,, rnrmnt a irfarnl than ?er MWI.1Ky ju9?Jh sarao'on Cedar Mountain ns it High. Ilrl.lgel iw ispm I am Itller lo S17 " HaroiliouigJune,!! my palrona with all f ltn of work In my lino, "'' ' S41 " il'V IJA9 U jnf ije(rl York, ain't it? Sunrise, Miss Louisotte," said she. "A young and all. naneuie Uil material an.l quality. Carrtaira. l.f.lL if or lh Ae., hiihle loonier, ami repairing ilone In the " II M " W " 5M Junction Illy ... Mrs. Emberson wrote a long letter midday7 and'sunset. !flio Lord liuint lady from Cedar Mountain." " II 14 am rloineraet ..... t MftnoniftM. neateat manner, (lire ua a call al Drnnla' oil 10.1 Point IliirnilJa. S 09 " tfccdatiMit, atinil, Stanford, Ky. npologioj, which was "Good grncioqil" cried Eleanor, of 5 77 " mado no diflcrenco in ono placo or Nlgemoor Tallin- If", nMTflllllHTT. iTsT"" IVckwoiHl ,MMWM J II " MarMrHork BEST not answered. And tho family of AND SELL THE "Oiat girl 1" t'other, as I 'know of." fprlngClty IM" nl all Itlmla lloyc J 77 SO " l as " rrrnlf "What on earth can possibly have Now York cousins was never invited but, grandma, my cousins "Oh, . II" Air. thaltanonga..... 10 w ' inl a"i Mill-- f BUGGY ON THE GLOBE in to Cedar Mountain again. lion kiiar Alabama Ureal Southern Dltltlon. company on Now Year's Day, brought her just now of nil limes anlrnl. I S OS am FOR THE MONEY. fee. ChatIanoogarZI said Myrtle. "They light tho gas, the world!" exclaimed Louisclte. on Christmas eve Tho bonfire built IS " " lllalrig Farm 3STET77- lTOI-E:,1SS2. flowers, nl mi w Un "What shall wo do, mamma?" said by some of tho Pcnnsylvanians of " Atlalla.... jwdldeeowrtMhe house with I(i4riii ion 1 10 " lllrmingham ...... lf FOR CATALOGUE SEMP Eleanor, pitoously. The Sun for IMl will make IU Slteenlh annual " Tuacali.iaa aaictitabfowithf coflee, and IW " Berks county, was ono of the slrang- 7W ' leenlullon umler theprenlmanagrment, ahln'ng Kulaw. .. i ib . Trr7VitAW-Wvn'l- l lobster "Do?" sharply retorted Mrs. S " aa atwaya fur all tic ami llttle.mean and gracloua, Idalngtlon . OF i AND TESTIMONIALS est over known. At Heydts Tavern ami conlenlril ami unhappy, I 41 York who was in black velvet and ilrpraTeil ami tlrluom, Intelligent eniol IW " Are. Meridian ...... salad, and all sorts of nico things, and neighborhood as the farmers of tho tne The Kun'a light la for mankind andlawoman- iniilatiotr diamonds, "Wtyy, mako setnbled, and, after a meeting iu HUNDREDSOFLlVERYMEf VltktWurg and Meridian Million. cental warmth for the klnilnfeeery aort,, tho girls aro dressed their best, . i fitful while It poura bullta hot dlacomfurton the Mister- r.r Itta Wl(k,l. Urn I.te. Meridian. Grandma Follett, tho best of it, of course. If a girl which many told of their dealings WHO HAVE USED THE. said ; v tl I t.l.tnllv "WH, k t. - Newton. II nstTxr .r. vou ThuMunoMaM waaa newapaiwr ol a new kind. ' Koreat .. .. II 41 am IwTtaWtTpnjvent you from dressing war" illtcardrd many of iLe forms and a multitude of It LWCloikiiitftpM:nopL-3with worthless insurance companies, a 147 Hi-- - at . m" Hr.ndon.. ., f-t the aupernuoua woriia anu puraiea oi anriem " But hero Myrtle, who felt with a bushel basketful of insurance policies " Jaeiaou IU " merino, anu It umlerlook la report In a freah.iuc-tlnc- t, up in your 4M i5citlci,WAtly-tnvilode Clinton way all the newa of the unconaenllonal it .fll 5 JJ " Kdwarda.... wnrl.l. umiiiine no event of human lulereat. and having coffee and cold' chicken? For sort of pang that there was something was collected from tho crowd. Theso III " cuiumentlng upon aaalia with the featlceaneae of Air Vlrkiburg Wn to ordar, do nol TaA lo Bruco Garland and his mother are dishonorable in listeniug to this con- documents were tied to a pole nnd ineaucceaaoi iniaeiiv-rimealieoiuie inueivnuence Vlckthurg, Bhreteport A l'aclte Dliltlan. It effected a waa IheaucerMof Ihehun fjscuct for our CaltkUjjfuc er,iYoro Girlan, Farm in versation, which was so evidently not carried about at the head of a pro3ram II 10 ant irtn.neni change In Ihealaleof American newa- - I.ee. Vlrkiburg .. , a:r. iiepera. Keery Impotlanl Journal ealabllaticd lr It 00 m liella ,.. . . OHIO. tittered sleieh.' and U- cuea ; there intended for her ears, drew aside the cession, with musio by a cornet bund; COLUMBUS ' Ihlarounlry In thadoren jeara it liaabrea mo.1I Wpie .. Tallutah ele.1 after The Sun. Ktrry lu..runt Journal alSIS ' Delhi. ...- -. won't bo no city beau better lookiu" crimson damask folds and presented and then a young woman applied a RKFKMUiCBi! ready eslaling haa Invn mmllfled mxl tattered liy Arr. Moore..... SSi ' jomi Iwen hanJIio I ha tt.r.pfafTh Huii'aeiaiiil.lo. DRXTLaMiii: herself, with deep dyed cheeks and than our Bruce," "ragona, tihartom. Me , fur tlio r JLWy&LiS&SSZi THAIrlS NORTH. torch to the policies, which had pro llrwilfr ThaSunof IMJ will I the aim ouliKikn, and Inteteetlngnewapeper. ral irjeara. Co rr thfr naea yuen nl.lrJ Vltktburg, bhretewrl and I'aclSe Million. ."..'Your Bruce, grandma, if you sparkling eyes. - aatIafctUn loall .run hate lwUl tlieio viously been soaked in coal oil. 1 aliy a literal utaol the meane which an abundant prosperity afforda,we thall make II belter than !eare Monroe .... S Una "Aunt Louise," said the, "it is 1 pers nominally securing $160,000,but eict t likd,'' aid Myrtle,' with a toss of her aoaon eeer lfore. II CO" Delhi We ahall nrlnt all the newt, pulling Into reada for a moment And if I had supposed 11 M pu pretty head, "but not mine." Tallulah lliKKa, Ufcrjinan. their weight jou Nn not! rtally worth only about ble thape, and meaaurlng 111 Importance not by J 10 -" Delta. but by lla real Inlerrtl Ibe Iradltlonal t J SO " '"Ho is yours, too," said grandma. that my visit would be inconvenie- for the pulp mill, blazed in tho air, Urj;ttr,Iml. STANFORD. KY. to the people. Dlaiancw fniiu 1'rlnllng llouao Arr. Vlcktburg.. ualog anj Klllns (Simtlkvik' Wliaolen Nuarela not I he Brit rantlderatlon with The Vltktburg and Meridian Dltltlon. 'Every inch of himl Bless your soul, nt-" while the heaviest loser started a work In t'la'ke county for tho Mil lour er any thing happene worth jour Kun. Whence 7 OU pm we get the ptitlcultli, w htlher It happena Lee. Vlcktburg toara wlili tho leailU'aetln to ouraelfoa anJ -. my'dar, haint you founaput that he "Oh, ray dear, don't think of such dance about thu pole. ruiloioera Your l"Hle aro unltrraallj S 00 Hnaiklrn Mwtr.lt.. .fha. wholo world a thing," cried Mrs. Emberson, mantlo Iw tho ?rr lirat E. II. BURNSIDE, - Propr. Inlnllll(t it llnkuara. " t'T ur nmmer lowisryoufbetWr'a we bate decided optnloni; and are " Clinton M Jackwin There was philosophy in thus getting for tho prlro thai can l Iwujht In the ruunirr 40 ccuilomcd to eipreaa them In language that can ! M" llunr la ;ronouncnl We tar what we think about understood i ling her face in arlificinl smiles. 'Girls, fun out of what would never yield Your Coiuhlnallon " llraadoii... besides?" am liy all to l tho flnti aonral, a eatlnl rlJIns H " Forett .... men and eeentt. That habit la the only eecrelof Urawalor tUlobtr I " " Newon..... 'That's all nonsense," said Myrtle, come here and kiss our dear Matilda money. Another advantage of the huMr "w I" "" Yuur rlral. Taking all wafoii laiiincairourae. In all, This Old and Woll - Knowu TliaHlM'a 4 " la crrtalnly without a Tk Weekle Kim ratberalnla ellhl natea the Arr. Meridian Marian how very awkward of mo wo (earlcMly aay that your luo;ln cannot l dimpling .all, over. "As if I were matter oftbeaeTea dtlly latuee. An AgriUtt Hotol Still Maintains its cultural lirparliiienl of uneiiualled merit, full queer ceremony was the public atten- lalen In llio country for atyle, flnlah. ami Alabama (Ireat Southern Dlf Itlun. ,cotodto'mirnil,al'fattnor's son, and to forget your name 1" Youra truly, High Reputation, ti.iket renorta. and a lllieral tirviiorllon of lller. S M ana tion it called to tho swindles some ry, aclentISc, and ilomealle Intelligence Cvmplele Lee. Meridian...... II " " York . "Myrtle," said the girl, coloring times perpetrated under tho namo of Brlni6eM, Ohio. settle down on this bleak mountain the weekly bi'w, and make II the lil newtj.ipee ANI 7" " UelDgaton a noutenouiu inai wat eter wmiiu fur the larmer a 10 ' .... hail In llfery now for " i:U. whole city full to deeper than ever. Eleanor and Lou- - insurance. side when there's a (IcsTLKyri.i: I liafo Who doea nol know and read ami Ilka IM Mon ' TuKalooaa.... for awnt t 84 M Ofrr two jMri, anil Iuto notlook a iloliar gorel aa Its Proprietor is Determined that day 8m, each number ol which la a (lolcooda of , ' lnrmlnghani. UMpui nearly aa on thaui, ami they v, i jcttoosnroni. rtoinacca, grunuuiu. isette kissed her effusively, but had inicrealing ineraiurv. wiin niv " oilier HI " it Shall be Second to no Country day, prta etery line worth reading, newa, humor " Attalla Farm Stonewau. Jackson's Daughtei: ntw. IUto hail I.iiikIm "f aeferal tho Coluuihua M " Itlalog No girl ought to make up her mind scarcely time to lisp out their conbook, and InanJ Ami imnaaoKomlaa All Hotel in the State in its Fare, matter enough to 7 00 " Chatlanooga the Ilucsr Company 'a lHiglea. lplfully, . ball room of finitely mora ttrli-- ami enlertalnlng than any Arr. Appointments, or Attenuntil aho has seen a little tV the world. gratulations when a party of perfum at A Ball. The f T. K. llaoao.xaK. or Uk,llg Idealittlerwhat a newtpaer thou II be, Unelnnall Soulhtrn Dltltlon. evening detion to Comfort of Conyera, (Irorjlo. of U our Myrtle added, ed, were ush Kimball House was last exquisites And Til tell you what," their Quests. 7 SO put S 00 am tdeatea you. aend lor Ibe Hun. I.ee Chattanooga .ll .V ." ovation to the lovely (IxKTLKUaN: The Unci" I hate lia.1 of your . rur icrnia aiv ou 710 " iwtuw ." iwyre... u.'lW mado Up my mind to spend ered in by the smiling Pnscilla. Mrs. voted to an manufaclure njva i:Uf n ute entire aalhuetlon. " For the dally vn, a four piga ibeet of twenty- " f prlng City. . 7 J daughter of ono of tlie grandest men Thry are thelieat I hitferTcr uanl far the uuie 10PO " eight columna, tne l r irony man, it oo " io New'Year's Day with Aunt Louise Emberson looked embarrassed. amount of money. Youra truly, Snleemnor cenla a month, or l SO a year, or, Including tha significant I). Colli K. I.lTtrynian. Raiicage will be roatejed to and froiw tkederet Punday paper, an of say-aTil" " " l)lol llurnlde.hl vt pm "Como up stairs, my dear," said of all history. Tho most atSl'tho girls." free of charge, special accommodatlona ta Joplln, Mlavturl. Iftft" Ibe price la el cenla per mouth, or 17.70 a II " Komerael ..... ft.! II 40 toComnrrrlalTraialrri. The llarwlllke I " ft 30 aw a u " year, Hwlage iaiil City cried she; "I will give you a cup often in tact in tho course of tho complimentJunction "But they haint invited you," alwaja torplled with Ike rkelceat with tho ft 40 .l JOT" S3I " Oistlehkn' I liaTH boon ronnratnl for firireii The Sunday edition oftlieSuali alao turnltbed ixntlllo. ligara. Aa to Mis3 Julia Jack- luanafjr luroof an.l braad.ofl.liiaon ad In IhibkIm aeparately al 11.70 a Tear, pottage ald llarud.iMirgJuncl 111" ft 11 Grandma Follett, with a puzzled look your own room. Of course you won't ary ball tendered etrelleet l.lieri la atlaeked. Tbeprfie c.f Ibe Weekly SU, eight pafee, High lliblgel. "Stonewall" ycara. I.Yourla work ilura not Imk hfco looat laelory tn " ( W ainoutlilr fiiiltlixl In wooj. Iron. wnrk iii SI la II a yiar. miage paid Nlcbolaatliu care for tho bustle and confisiou of son, tho daughter of on her placid old face. i si " IM Tii '" In tho ortenaendtng 110 we will aend anettraropy free. S 71 4W " teilngtoul.. Jackson, was that not a Stato in the painting ami liliuinlai!. Material liai proicil lo dKiipiny'a iMiiarira L'oluniliui IIHSJ 4 41 Addreaa, I Vf. K.NOLA.VD, S 47 " 7S4 Georgetown "Not specially for that day, I the parlor on such a day as this." run ll(ht. 7 0Oam the I 70 " 10 IS 1'ublliher of Tll8UM,New York Qty. those ba ofcountybast. Tliey liouihl yourKT.ryoneln Arr. Unclanail who lia?e Iniaileaare ll.lt And poor Myrtle, who had come Union was unrepresented among know," acknowledged Myrtle. "But JOHN WtlTT. d Anna's the to her their well pluanl; they Kl truly, iml ! aaliarjciitm. to Youra Vice PretlJent and tlen'l Mngr, Clnnnall. I). Aunt Louise has 'ucen hero every expressly to sharo the delights of her who came freely ofor It. It E. li Watt. c P. WIIJUJN, tlenl Paaa'r Agl ti ! of esteem and reverenco for Prophylactic Fluid U II AllDY, (lenl. Pax Agent . Wlnchrattr. Ilia. rtnclnnall.fi. summer for ten years and Eleanor cousins' New Year's rception, was tributes II. CUI.I.rlltAN.-(lealMl. V. A l and memory of her illustriAgl. Ala. III. Kouthern It. lb.. Chatu-has alv ays said that I must look upon led off into the upper part of tho the valor rittliig of Small l"o pre- JOE F MKIDIHK, Tenn. A YEAR. AgU VPata. A P. IU R.,Monroe, U. (leo. ONLY preTcnie.1. ous father. Miss Jackson U most jSeir lwuja:afl ray second home. Of house scarcely able to repress her 8. 1' Icera PurUled A heAleil. tho Sill. Ml't.- ,J 1 OM mnl" 5? Siimll Vox (langrene preeenleil and The circulation ol Ihla popular nrwepaper la Dealer for Lincoln and Garrard Oos, tears of mortification and embarrass- charming young lady, and truly curd. lieaM rapidly. eunttanlly Increaalng. Ilcontalna all tbe leading Atlanta Wouuda daughter of the South. GrandmaFollett, having seen ment. Krmlli'iitctl. Feurtey cured In a abort newa nt the Dally Herald and la arranged In handy R. departmrnta. Ibe The room was chill and uncomfort- Constitution. CHESAPEAKE & ScotchSiilvc. H"""' uie SthePiuore of city relations than in T rnaKinif xavl M Tetller dried up. able and Mrs. Emberson after entreajL uacd at once on a cut. '"" lie naruilm- -. rorsore inroai u la a rmbraeeaapeclaldlipalehea from all quarter of If A hotel in the shape of an elephant nocent Myrtle, was not by any means Open through Kentucky tla Leilnglon will preeent a callua. " " J"CT Contaelon dralrored. Sick roouie pu- - globe, ymier me ncaa oi xawt ting Myrtle to make herself perfectly has been built at Atlantic City. The aMiRican M cent.j full J?.",'"", made plcatanl; Ferert--I alck reraona re- A as certain of this, but she held hor rrt Trial areglern the Telegraphic Detpateliea from all To the West and South West. refreshed by llathlog with Prophylac at home, and promising to send her a idea, of course, is to draw excursionparta of Ihel'nloii, Tlila feature atene make by Penny A MeAlltler. lleted and peace. tic Fluid added to the water. Mil while ejupiM- the wiklt naatLDworld, aa It la No change of Cart between Richmond, & llrfprpiiren t 4eo, the moat Taluiblechrouldeln the loni eeciire.1 by Ha ute Waynealnro', Staunton aud Cincinnati "But what am I to tell Bruce?" cup of tea in a few minutes, slipped ists by means of the novelty. Tho C.lllteiia.N. i:.tw-lethe cheapeeU Every wcea la glreo. a blthrul re- - and direct lo Loulaiille, achedule taking eflcctaa In Mining: Hon t.iilimtliH. away and there the poor girl sat, structure is 8G feet loug and Go feet iwrtof Impure Air made barn .saidv8ho tollowt: S,(llieni, lr.Hecle Iliilley, and othcra. lea and uurUed bi Dlplitlivrlii reLlTictL xawa embracing complete and comprehemlre dltpalch- Y. I. AI.llllMJMT. tprlnkllng Par by r Myrtle "repeated. shivering, faint aud unrefrcsbod. "Tell 'him?" high. Stairway inside the legs leads lalMCureVIatula. re from Walhlnglon, Including full reportaof the ChCHiipcaUo V Ohio Itnllwny, atioui wonder where Aunt Louise can lrccntctl. areecneaoi eminent poiiiitiaDaen toe qucaiiena oi "I Tonurlfr thebr ea t h "Why, tell him that I've gone to the. up to a big restaurant anu outer SUNDAY, NOV. SO, Mil. the hour. Cleanietbe Tcelb, li TDK raau ntraaiuntT can I twaurpaaneu. city. Ien't that enough ?" I'm sure it have gone," she said to herself, at last rooms in tho body, while on the back of the Weekly Herald glrca the latett aa well aa On tho Loxington Division, Cholera dlulpated. 8hlp Feeer prerentol by It Ihe moat practical auggeatlonaand dlacoeerlee rematters very little to rae "what you in very desperation. She went out is a car forming a good place of outute. ltemorra all unpleatant Mora. Catarrh " lating to the dutlea of the farmer, blnU for raitPKCKHUr.Il 1, Mil. and looked over tho head of the stair- look. The exterior is painted and llurne and curd. Fryalpelaa cured, ing cattle. ullry, gralne, treet, eegetablea, tell him." EDWARD H. POX, Propr., la caaea. ea Aa.wlthauggeatlona for keeping bulldlngt Ac, Inttantly. Kcara pretanted. and below, was No. 1 jHoTTET- death In the houae. It firming utentlla In reialr. Thla la aurrdemenlcd "Ah, Myrtle, take care!" said the way. There, in the hall sanded so as to resemble an elephant's h'grth-t'aCorner of Main and Third Etrreti, WESTWAnD. de4rtuirnt, widely copied, un- th'iuld alwaya lie uaca by a MilL oldlady, shaking her head with a a Btream of chattering, bowing, ges- skin) except for the windows. The about the corpae It uerinencau oi - - KENTUCKY will prerent any DANVILLE, Til a IIOUK, Ncarlet ticulating young men to Myrtle's cost was $20,000. 7 lla m INaa "mild; regretful look. ' amell. gtrlng reca lor practical dlthea, hlnta for mak-I- Leare Richmond. 10 43a mi 10 top m rlolblnir and lor keeplor un with the laleat Due nordonarllleMMM..M. Antidote lor ani' t, II 40 a mill u pm . "Bruco Garland has a heart of unaccustomed eyes they looked more IFcvcr Cured Anmal or aegetable UaiiDR recently refllted my rooini with all or the " Charlotteatllle Krery Item of rook, fa tblona at Ihe loweat price. II Ma m II Up ro modern liuproreiuenti, 1 now bare tbe Lynchburg Junction.. atlnga, Ac. Puiutan Ideas Gradually Relog or economy auggcaled Iu Ihla department la liko monkeys than anyI Hi m It 41 a ai Wayncaboro gold!" of practically letted byeiperta before publication. efllurlaa Dangeroua 3 SO p m I 10 a m HUuntoD...m.MIWM A new nnd exciting game Finest Gallery In Central Kentucky Letter! irom our lane ana uinunn corrctponu. else and Louisette and Elean- laxing t Up m 4 10 aa aa "As if his heart were anything to thing alck tooma aod hotpltalt rnuoied by Ita uae. fathlona. .. The Home lie- " Wllllamton'a. enta .in tbe very latest .. .. ..: IS . 14 I 10 o m of chance has been introduced into When yon Tlalt Dantllle, don't tall to call and ace Wblle.Bulphur. eradicated. In fact II la Ibe gieat mrlmenl ol the Weekly Herald win aate tne or were in the parlor doorway. oo a m 10 40 p iu me," said Myrtle, saucily. to ion . liouae wife more Iban one hundred tlmea the price lletpcclfully, Disinfectant and Purifier SOOp fashionable circles of Boston, which, me. II llunllnelon.. ......... a Ka'lSun.u of Ihe paper. Tbelnterealaof "You don't say 1" cried onk, eviSo when tho soft, white snow of r.nlIHm.lK.l.lI.JLU.S.K.V iwi nr KIMVAKU II. lOJ, itULioumii while it intoxicates tho senses , does !6 40am 5 00 p m are looked after, aud rrerythlng relating to tue. i - ilnuilnrton J. II ZKMN A Photographer Ky. Geological Huriey 7 2S New Year's Day. wrapped all the world dently in response to seme word of u - 10 1.1 a m 10 n ra chanlcaand labor earing la carefully recorded Due Aahtand . Manufacturing Oirulitt, Sole Proprlelora. EH. bun. a ' Morahoa-Lwords. "A genuine country uot weaken tho nerves or impair the There la a iiarederolrd loall the lateat nhaaeaof 'fuNmantlo-'oermine which no royal tho girls' in ' Ml.SleilUg ,110 pm I 43am the builneu markela, cropa, merchandiae, Ae , Ac. tlir jite4 JmiirovcU mind to any great extent. The game 1145 " Wlncheater... .m. A valuable feature la lound In tbaepeclally rcit-- d cousin? Eh?" T I 40 a m 10 IS am robe could rival, Myrtle Follett X Islington nrtcea and condll lone of crize uemas CloclnnatllKy.Cen.U'.y), SSOp m sfccr--"Talks through her nose!" said an- is to guess at the number of beans in TiiaraoDuca watKETa ti stepped into tho morning train and 00 p m .. " Loulitllle(UAN Siwrtlcg newa al home and abroad, together , scroll saw Atlanta Constitution. aatefiafiaaEfitOialTeTeV lili a iiurv .itrv awk. t wrman be eorue emi other. "Wears a poke bonnet and a a glass jsr. took her ticket to New York. nent dlelne, literary, luutlcal, dramatic, peraonal AND I'A88KN(IEIl;-Lear- ea KHKIOIIT and Lathe NO. la no paper Iu tbe world Hundayat S.SO p m tad "Oh, I shall enjoy it so much," pink calico gowul Do let us look at Tho only safe aud immediato remMrut wnt to VRlLVHClaTaTaTaTaTaWr 'AA 7aTe7ei j audaeanolea. There newa matter ercry week Ulthmond dally eicepl at 10 JO p m. which containa ao much at Charlotleaallle anytvlilreuwltti ' aa the Weekly Herald, which la aent, poatage free, tho curiosity." on said Myrtle to herself. x tr the reach of a edy within I furoneoollar No. 4 Ei- N1 You can euhecrlhe at any time. of tt.uu. JTrM i.itiii: inB "Not today, you wicked tiling," fessioual in case of poisoning by The New York Herald, In a weekly form, $t . The Misses Eleanor and Louisetlo EA8TWAUD. Ira ,Hd nt frVa Prizo Holly NKW YOUK IIKIlALl). raaea a year. Addreaa Mail "Some day lEmj)erson diad attired themselves su giggled Miss LouWette. 1)41 1 88.00 If Stroll Saw 3.J, vrwattr tou auu iimi, ,,.. vi prussic acid is to pour a stream of UilngtoDlT.IKLAIIHU'y) Jtit a tl" artlclo nerblv for this festalr day, Their sho shall bo brought in to make you cold water, from an elevation, upon Cbrtstutvt Lie. Luulaillle(I.AN Il'y)... T Ma u LprfKit Don't com)i:nsei Cincinnati (Ky. Cen.R'y 7 IS a iu Ea't Suu. dresses were of blue silk, so pale a all laugh." Ufiill Iu ''inl (or " Islington of the patient. Ill pu tho bead and spina "... II sop m IU pai Jmy frr iltticrljr-tlI 30 p m ... Arr. Wlnehetier vv "The idea of her coming here on tHtalotftmuf a . a l ivSkr'ii color that they looked almost like ........ 1 IS p in S SO pm Ml. Hlnrllng... lsawt and HunnllMi. NASHVILLE n 7 SI aw lilurehead.... .m...m. lOp Ul Kl't Sun. LOUISVILLE Ail ma h(Ueul umjiufactiutr'i Numbers of our native birds are dirty white; their hair was frizzled New Year's Day, of all days in the 4S p ...... rt Aahtand 7 S5 ' Huntington pjn IMin Wo can i LWATROUS, ion -' being oxported to Europe. and curled and banged aud crimped, world," said Eleanor, contemptuously-BDallr C.AO. lt.lt. RAILROAD LINE. 4J Lie. Huntington .......... S 20 n iu I 0 40 am well spare some ot them, and will and puffed up nod bandolined down ut p in S 20 a ml 5 RESTORING CRAY HAIR TO ITS FOR Due lllnti.n Myrtlo stayed to hear no more. gROlrVNs uu pm While Suli.hur.. ...... .. 1311M1 beholder of neighbors to tnko back thank our until it reminded tko TIIAIN8 nOINO NOUTII. 7 IS m 10 10 pm NATURAL VITALITY AND COLOR. Wllllamaoa's........ Hurrying back to tho room sho had . . ,10 00a mill 4Vam Klaunton. nothing on earth but a barber's their English sparrows. 10 S3 a in WaTntaboro....M......MM. just quitted, she tied on her hat, fold Kx. 8un. ilresslus, which - Ir Is a inot January 9, 1MI. ..- Lynchburg Junction ,. II 80 a in1 Ov am were Their complexions block. Ua 05 pm 3 10 am Cbarlotteoillle. sacquo in which .3 at once lianiilrfts ami effectual, for little ed the Lr. nichmondfM....MMM. 4 47 am Tho brido and bridegroom of n wedI IS pin (lorduntTlIle. touched up with rouge and their eyeso ..... IIISO IM S 00 ji m 00 am the lialr. It restore!, with the ' IjncMler ......... lllchmond .. she had taken so innocent a pride, ding nt Latrobe, Pa., wero run over 10 41 UtluKtton. belladouua, and their lids shaded by 11SS put ;lo$j ami tiealuieM of youth, f.ideil orRray, " Crab Orchard.... ...., about her, aud catching up her 4S " .... on their way irom church N. II. IX U A II. 8. Il'y runa by Coluiubut II Mtanford and killed USUI, ami i oil hair, to a rich hrowii, or deep gloves reached nearly to tho elbows, I IS lime 21 mlnulra alowrr than C. A (). Il'y lime. 8belbr L'llr ... quitted the house. Pria-cill- a to the railway station. III). I MAIL Connecleet Lyucbburg Junction ' Dantllle Juncllen...... ISO black, as m.'iy U ileilreil. liy Its mo thin and really, standing well away from for the rjouthandboutb.weat; al Aihland, Ky., Mllcbelltburg.. in " alone saw her go out, but Pris-cili- a liair Is thickcncil, .iml IuMiiuis often ' Ibanou al ................ SOJ with rklola Valley lla road for Ihe the gaslight, they looked almost pret 4 OS " Ingtoo, ay., wiin Keniucay leniru nan war . ..... All experience goes to show that New llaren though not always cm eil. Itchccks fdlllng did not interfere. Miulnnalland Ibe Weal: and with L. A N. 4 4S Ar. Ulitiioii Junction... ..... glow aud bloom of ty, oven if the 11'v lor the bouth.wcat. 6 0S " of the hair Immediately, and causes a new " Cincinnati Junction.... , y . .. . :. "Country folks has queer notious,' people aro far mora liablo to contract Ml. 2SIAIU-- U a n ami iteniucey lenirti ftil " Umlarille... growth In all caaea whore the gUmls are jreouijuuiu nuio iavn.iii 111 ouiuu uo- - said Priscilla to herself. "And per- disease or contagious fevers ou an Ifyaivunettat IslPglon, Ky., aud Bclola Valley Ky . with No. 1. No. 1 ronneita Iff at Aahla d. TltAINU UOINU SOUTH. not .loraii'tl; wlillo lo hrashy, weak, or greo! empty than with u full stomach. at Lynchburg Junction for Ibe boulh and boulh. f haps she is going to take a walk." otlierwiao tllseasml li.ilr, It Imparts vitality weal: and al Illrlnuond for the rvmth. The trim servant maid in tho whito at Huntington with Bun, NU. S LXrilrH-Conne- cla Ou the way she met tho express January 9, 111. ami itieustli, ami lumlors it illalile. Tlioiu.tmU wltu litt CoNsuui-noaleamera Inr Cincinnati and Ihe Weal. cap and frilled apron, who opened tho NO. 4 LXI'HKIU Connectl al Lynchburg JuncSM am wagou with her trunk, it was nut a lung ruflered from weak I.e. I Hilirllle. uim', xhuil The Viooii cleunnKi the seal), cures ami Lt. 8tanford....Mm. tion for Ibe North; at lllchmond fur Ihe Mouth; I 4d p ui door, stared hard at the m.. md conumilion, lutve aud on Tueadaya and Krldaya with O. D. 8. 8. for 1S1 " moment's Work to countermand her brcslli, at)iii) . Crab Orchar- dprevents tho forinntlon f ilaiulruff; ami, S4S " young lady who stood there, with tho Irlugaton. a ami soothing Ar. I JDCMler....... M" Pullman Bleeping Coaehea dally on Noa. I and directions, aud in half an hour she found relief In Drown' Iron JHtler, Lr. nitOWVS H.tO.V 1UTTEKB aro by Its cooling, sllmiilallm;, not all of the Ar. IIllthmond 2 between Huntington and Wllllamaon'a. 115 " furs wrapped around her, aud the propel lies. It huals most If Sleeping Coachea dally on Noa. 3 and 4 between was speeding through the glittering true Ionic. a cci'tnlu euro fur nil disease Sulphur. tiny traveling bag in her hand. OAKS HUlimond and While New Coachea through behumm s.iiid ilHww weuliar lo llio sealp, PIJIaltMAX expauso of the wiutcr landscape on 8raiuL NoTiea. Personal. Dear Ilro. Mefk, ICd. llio I'criuliliiC a i'oiiiik'to lonloi tween Cincinnati and Ittcbuiond on Noa. t and kucpliiK It cool, elanii, ami soft, under "A lady," said Priscilla to herself. her way homo. Itock, Mobile, Monlgomery MtthoJUt, CatletUbtirir, Ky.: I fee Ctntral without change, l'ovew, AVititt (it Alipotllc, which conditions illsnaktt of tho sculp and To MeupbU, Ullle New Orleans. and '"Aiid'on New Year's Day! Oh my!" Ac, apply lo Forratee, tfeketa, Grandma Follett was knitting, as In the liat Ctntral that jou want a remedy IjosM of StruiiKtli't Ii.ick ol' liners', hair are impossible. nr oinceoftbeua o liy, or ukji ur "Are the Misses Kiuberson at llnea. I for tick headache. If jou will nte a reinolc KnrlclicA llio blood, RtioiiKtli-on- s EMianANTS, TAKE NOTICE usual, by the fire of blazing logs, just ll, W I'Lt.r.u, u. r. it. a, the iniisclen, unit ijlvea now home? "said Myrtlo, a little timidly. As rt Dressing for Ladles' Hair Tble route le orer C. W BMlTH.Uen' Manager. ed; that yoa ad?erlle In your paper cee ry llfo to tho iicrvcn. Acta IIUo a at twilight. Beside her, with his week, I aui aure you will be sreally bene"Oli, yes, Miss," said I'rUcilla, feel-iu200 Mllea Shortest to Texas, tho dlehtlvo orcitus, 'Mio Vinnn Is liictimimlili). It Is color-Iuback to tho door, stood Bruce Garl- fitted thereby, and, 1 believe cured. I cjliarm on nil iwiuovlnt; ooiitaliis iiulilmr oil nor d)c and will Time much quicker and rates lower than by any to sea if tho cap were settled l)ioillo nyiiiptoin, and , tall, manly, superbly formed, as bare been a aufferer from alck headaolie, I BUCli CUi tUktlllK llio ll)od, llcluliltifr, other routs. It la alao tbe It Imparts an not soil whltu uambrio. straight on her head, "they're at for can aar alinoat from Infancy, and bave Iloat t:i l!to (Stomach, llearlbiirn, agiMsihlv ami latllng pel fume, ami ns an QUICKEST, CHKAPE8T AND 1IEST We continue to act at Solicitors (or Tate nta, Careata, young Adonis. a tba United btatra, Trade Narks, Copyright, etc , home. But they're receiving. oto. Tito ouly Iron (jrnnany, etc Canada, "And you think she does uot care Irlnl oterr remedy I co'ild geti '"' "ever ttr.t v. I'.l uot blituken l'miiarnllou aillele fur the tollut It Is etonomlcitl and Iloute to all points In Mleeourl. Xanaaa, Illinois, Lave bailCuba, Kngland, France, experience. Wu tho teeth or lilrl)-llv- o h wiUxouie fn please,? .said I )eur' ipl kwxI iinlll uiuurjuH.il In Its oxenlluncc. Iowa, Nebraaka. Colorado, Arkanaaa. ludlaua, ... (ttV3 Is .. uilio. Bold by nil Druj;-(,!- .. ratcnta obtained Ibniugli ua are noticed In the Sof mo?" was what Bruce was saying found anything tn do uie any I.. I. I..,.A in 1'lilra.rn. ht. lula and C.aat. dignity. "I am' their cousin, for AursiCAM, Tblt largo and splendid lllua lined Slminona' Liter lUmilatiir, nearxl r.: '. ..Od a liottla. Kor Information about TUSeta W the Follett, in the ruddy by tratwliireklyparior.f 3.'iOujcar,li.iathi)riotfna Ayer&Co., sas, Colorado, and Emlgraul llatea to South, Kan IMIIIO to Grandma Propnred by Dr. J. C. I feel for iif owe J. II. :.SWV.1 ClIBMICAIa CO. t( rkience, ll my latere atlng, aud baa au eiioruwua from Cedar Mountain, iu Connecti- half-lighC. V. ATMOllK, kanaaa, Tcsaa, ' Ac, addifba 1'iui lleul uinl Ainilytlent ClienilaW, circulation. Addreaa NL'NN A CO, I'utcnt 8ollc. lla It I more, Mil, that aulTera with that terrible dUae, and Uenl. l'aaa. Agl., cut." 1'ub'a.ct buianrio AmaiciH, 57 1'ark ltuw, - r!'L b Ky, tors, York. t. w !. i, Lowoll, Mass. Loulaiille riiw Or I'. J. AniuowT, Ageot, Hand bonk about I'a tenia free. New But Myrtle hurried in just as the I boM) tou will give It a trial. U. 6. Mor-r- i, Priscilla showed her into a little UUaford, Ky. SOUl UX Alb UlllUbiaTS LTgUTWUIOI. CCWARE OF IMITATIONO. UrowuaTille, W. Va. Lack room whero tho colfeo was being words were trembling ou his lips. TKfc N cntihcit tiuiM'Toru. kit. raUMMEU M k .u ", rr PAItM FOIt FINK PIANO FOR SALK! . M-- H tl in MHRMY ' i- d 1 -- . tup-pl- . MTHEWDRlD. Itng-fle- a, . 1 i anlrll-nulufnrnli- -5- . Em-hereo- lieoio-crail- and' RMse-- - " -- m peach-colore- - 1 c . . tlile-U- 1 ill Sa&sSSSnSiMYERS HOTEL, ftt truth-lellin- g -.- ilura-Ullt- n, d it white-kidde- d mi-ii- u, IUWBWOMl-..M- lt a, u- -l Great Germ Destroyer, i E. I. JJV. -- WEAREiV, N.Y.Wooklyllorald. $T M a. -- 1 O I 0! I , v. Excelsior Art Rooms tt il ..... pule-ou- ..... over-dresse- d 1 11 ..... 1 4S1-- U '.. f ,r03m , IUn Il'y-).- non-pro- I- wiWmMn)cgV QtlsSii . '- r " Ayer's Hair Vigor, ngn-caM- time. i 11 (- fur-line- d IRON . llliu -.I ' 11 . .... North-wea- t) .,. BITTERS d baggage-check- V i- g PATENTS .Myr-"tle?wlt- t. . . I a..