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Semi-weekly interior journal: January 6, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882010601_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 6, 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. 4 . -H semi VOLUME X.-NUM- Ml mfeffi G, BER 510. How Vaccine Virus ie Obtained. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY Not Enough Books to Co Around. 1882. TAPFT, W. T. P. WALTON, R. WALTON, . - Editor and Proprietor. Business Manager. Suiisciuition, 552.50 I'uu Annum, Invakiahly in Advance If k i. Rial Romance. Many years ago tlicro suddenly ap pearod in Morchesd City, N. C, a prepossessing youug woman calling herself Mary Hurt. 8ho obtained work and soon became a fnvorilo with her acquaintances. Fifteen years after, when all tho circumstances con cerning her first appearance had been forgotten, sho received an offer of marriago from ono of the residents of the place. tiho refuted, however, and immedi ately after her wholo manner changed. tiho became moody and seemed fond ufsolitudu. tiho finally purchased a plot of land in tho mountains, built a log cabin and lived tlicro ulone. Tho only hook alio had was tho Ulblo, which slio knew almost hy heart This story of her life was published recently in the Ashevillo Citizen, The article, was copied by a Vcr moni paper, and attracted the uotico ofltubcrl Fletcher, a prominent that State. Fletcher soon after visited Asheville, sought the editor of the Cituen, and, together, they went to Miis Hurt's houio. The hermit did not recognizo tho Vcrmontcr, but sbo toon learned that ho was her old lover. A mistake had kept them apart for half a century, but, when Fletcher left Ashevillo a few days later, Mary Burt JIowo, lor that was the hermit's full name, accompanied him as his wife. Whcu Miss IIowo aad Fletcher wero young they were engaged to be married. Tho young woman fancied her lover was attached to another girl, however, and suddenly left her homo in Maino. Going to Boston alio shipped as stewardess on a ship bound for Liverpool. Tho vessel was wrecked on tho North Carolina coast, and, after many adventures at sea in an open boat and among triondly Indians on land, Miss IIowo found her way to civilization. Hobert Fletcher traced his runaway sweetheart to tho ship on which alio sailed, and, hearing of tho loss of tho vessel, always mourned her as dead till the North Carolina paper gavo him a happy surprise. A well-to-dcili-zcu- A correspondent at Columbia, 0., contributes tho following: Tho Doctor took a razor and began to shavo tho hair from tho cow's udder. This ho Ing accomplished in n few minutes, ho noxt produced n instru ment and made about thrco dozen in cislnns upon tho baro surface of the udder or bag which holds tho milk. This being dono, tho parts were thoroughly sponged dry, after which he took from a glass tubo a small amount of stuff and npplied to each incision made, by tho aid of a tiny picco of ivory, pointed at ono end. Tlits completed Iho job. It did not tako long, and in a short timo tho cow was loosened from her cords, tho pulleys wero ndjuslcd and tho anl. mal was placed upright, or in her original position, as easily as she had lcon pinioned. By nnd by alio was driven into n stall, and her head fastened in such a way that sho could not get n chance to apply her tongue to tho part operated upon when tho itching licgau. " How long will it lie, Doctor, before it will tako 7" "About soven days. At the end of that timo wo con get enough pure, healthy virus to vaccinato thousands of jMjrsnns." "It is what is known as Bcaugency virus, from the fact that near the town of Bcaugency, France, this mat ter is ' raised ' under the supervision of the French Government, and is imported into this country. The 'seed ' which I am using was obtained from Dr. Murtin, of Boston High lands, who got it direct from Bcau gency. " What do you do alter tho soven days havo elapsed ? " " Tho cow is again trussed up, and then wo dip theso liltlo ivory points into tho matter, a clear watery fluid which exudes from tho sore, and after drying them thoroughly, apply tho virus to pcoplo who como to bo vaccinated to escape smallpox." sharp-pointequeer-looking There is troublo In Havard College on account of Iho admission of girl students, an innovation that was recently made. It appears that tho Collego has a largo library, provided with "authorities" nnd sofn seals, where tho students go to refresh their memories ujwn certain points in their studies, nnd tho compliment is the girls will get down some work, of which tlicro is only ono copy in tho library, and when n young man comes in and desires tho samo book ho is obliged to wait until tho girl gels through with it, or rlso sit down and look it over with her. On a recent occasion a venerable professor entered tho library nnd was surprised to seo no less than six girls with books that young men were do sirous of perusing, so desirous, in fact, that tho two wero seated together eagerly scanning the pages, when the professor entered. Tho sight fairly caused tho glass in his spectacles to bulge out, and it would lo a mild expression to say he He at once inquired was shocked. the cause of the extraordinary desire for information that hail suddenly sprung up, and tho young men, after stanching the flow of blood from wounds on their bauds, where they had raked them on pins a few momenta before, told him plainly that tlicro must bo duplicato copies of the books provided, so that the girL could have ono and tho young men the other. Ho said ho would attend to it the first thing in tho morning, and then tho old Puritan smiled, as though he had said something cunning. Then ho glared around tho room at tho girls, who, poor things, wero sitting with their noses close down to tho pages of their books, and studying as though their hearts would break. Then ho coughed a couple of times, vaguely, and had tho decency to go out. - Oold and Silrer in 1881. Iii his annual report just itrucd the Director of tho U. S. Mint estimates tho world's production of gold for tho calendar year 1880 at 8107,000,000, and nf silver at 887,500,000. Tho consumption of tho world in orna OUR NEW YEAR'S and 835,000,000 of silver. Tho estimated circulation of the principal countries of tho world is estimated at: Gold, 83,221,000,000; full legal fender silver, 82,115,000,000; limited tender, 8123,000,000 total specio, 85,759,000,000; paper, 000, making the total circulation, including the amount held in Government treasuries, banks, and in active circulation, $9,d03,000,000. Tiio production of gold nnd silver in tho United States during the past year is put down as gold, 830,500,000, and of silver, at its coin-invalue, 812,100,000 a total of 878.000,000. Manufacturers of jewelry nnd other articles nnd materinls of gold and silver reported a consumption of over 810,000.000 in gold, and nearly 83.500,000 in silver. The Assay Office at New York delivered to the manufacturers, during tho year, 85.700,000 of gold in bars, and 85.100,000 in silver. Taken together, they appear to indicate a cousump tion of at least 811,000,000 iu gold and 8G.000.000 in silver. The Director estimates that tho special circulation in tho United States at the close of tho fiscal year amounted to 8 140,000,000 in gold and 8171,500,000 in silver. On the first of November, 1881, the amount of specie, including bullion, in the mints and assay offices, availablo for and awaiting coinage, was 85G3,000,000 of gold and of silver a total of . g $186,-000,0$749,-000,000. m Chen bf the State Press. iNTEition Journal, Stanford, is now published as a and is as bright and newsy as ever. Notice People of Mr. Walton is full of energy nnd we I IIAVEJL'STllECEIVCn JlNnnpP.MPn congratulate him upon the success CHOICEST STOCK EVER BROUGHT mentation, manufactures and tho arts that attends his efforts. Lebanon It hia lxn alrctI with cart, ami eotnririm the tat In the ratrWt. You will And TtrTtblog that Is estimated at 875,000,000 of gold Merchant Tailor ought to hit. To l lock eomprlaM Standard. FALL The semi-weekl- mifiiai Ai HI NEW to the ll Brit-c- SERIES-NUMB- ER 6. OF 1881. Stanford and Vicinity. THE ON! Tho Stanford Intcmor .Touknal has been changed from a weekly to a It is ono of the very best papers in Kentucky, edited and published by men of brains, push and soon energy. May tho Madisonvillo grow into a dally. Times. somi-weoklsemi-weekl- y C'IoIIih, CiiHHliiirroM, IHiiKmuilK inula Largo NcIcciIoh of Wern-(1- n from Ihe Iicut AIuiiiiriictorlcM or France and KnxlRHfl. LAST HUT NOT LEAST, A SPLENDID MNEOFTMMMIND8. CuttinK and Repairing Neatly and Promntlv Done. Thankful for put hfon, 1 hope, bf atrltt attention tobuilnaaa, II. to merit a conUntune of tbt C. IUJM.E1T. urn. F. STUKENBORG & BRO., The Electric Telegraph. " Who was the inventor of the electric telegraph ?" asks the approved " Morse," glibly replies MATTRESSES, CHAIRS, school book. the boy. Yet tho boy and his book &c. are wrong. Morse invented tho charNoh. U ami 11 EiiHt Pearl Street, acters now in use, and nothing moro CINCINNATI, O. than this. The inventor was Dr. 181 JH'SbuBu YOU WILL SAVE 10 Whcatstone, but his original inven- bill of gawlaatour limine. TO IS FEB. CENT. ON A tion did not apply to long distances. French Dressing Case Sets, Marble Top with Large Glass, Prof. Henry improved ou Wheat- Atfl.r), $50, $G0, $75 & Upwards. stone, and we are indebted to these Bureau Sets, 820, 825, 830 and up. two for the telegraphy of Parlor Suits, Seven Pieces, Fiiom a Small Beginning. AlEither in Hair, Cloth or Terry, At 830, 835, 840, 850 & Upwards. most thirty years ago two youths at made a Granville Corners, Mass., Visitors to onr city are respectfuldrum in a fanner's kitchen, using a ly invited to call and see onr stock board found in the barn, steaming it of goods, whetherthey wish to pur chase or not with a tea kettle, and taking hogs' KKMEMIIKK THE TLACE, aA I'rnrl Nl Lower bladders for the heads. They next Mum. NenrII Kami I'lnelnnnll, Ohio. Hide, Hnln, week made a dozen drums fur sale. 0 Since then they have made about drums, and now employ seventy-fou- r CJDE3CTJ3Ft03Ea: cfc hands. FTJE,IsrITTJE,EII Parlor Suits, STB Manufacturer! and Dealrra In All Klodi of flrMKJ B fl 80,-00- iTOHKT -- oo.. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALEB8 IN- - Testing a New Magaiine Gun, - About Damtl. i K. Batch, the Boston nowspaper man and detective, nnd for a short timo editor of tho Philadelphia lrc$s, recently heard a lady say: "I wish somebody would invent h hairpin that would stay in one's hair." And Mr. Balch, being of an accommodating turn, went to work nnd invented such n contrivance. It is getting so now that a man can't be a successful oditor unless he can turn his hand to almost an) thing, tionio day when wo get I" timo, wo shall Invent a pin that wou't Whon tho Christmas presents wero wound n young man's hand when he dealt out this year that boy did not puts his arm around a girl's waist to approhend tho cream cako by a very prevent her from fulling out of a buglargo majority. Puck. Norristowu Hergy or ofi u chair. - -Cold Storage. ald. The increasing uso of cold storage General Sherman, when asked in for perishablo food studs, which are beapt to bo scarco nt certain seasons, is Chicago the other day whether ho lieved the Atlauta Exposition would one of the characteristics of tho time. Lost summer, when fresh eggs were help to reconcile the South with plentiful and cheap, a gentleman in "other sections," answered, as reInter-Ocea"It Chenango county, N. Y., stored in a ported by the doesn't make any difTerenco whether mammoth cooler some 5,000 barrels Tho of eggs. Now they sell in tho city as they are rcoonciled or not. Almighty will tako caro of the coun"fresh laid" eggs, at a largo profit. 1 As the eggs aro removed the coolor is try, suppose, and He will seo to that. If tho people of the South are filled up with ducks and othor fowl to I don't see that it can bo sold BcieutiGc not reconciled, next spring. trouble anybody except themselves. American. They will havo to obey tho laws of A Bishop Denounces Dancing. liko tho rest of us, In a recent sermon, Bishop Pierce, tho country just and I don't understand that their likes of the Methodiit Episcopal Church of mattho South, donounced dancing as tho or dislikes aro regarded in the es was telling a class of boys tho story of Daniel in tho lions' den, when a freckled boy, with a scar ou his faco and ono pushed a good-sizequid of fiuo cut against Ihe roof of his mouth and remarked : "How much did he get for it ?" "Ho received no compensation," 10 marked tho teacher, in toucs which made clear her great horror. "A freosho?" inquired the boy, excitedly. "It was no show at all," replied tho teacher, who thought ho was skeptical, and continued: "don't you believe Daniel went among tho lions without being hurt?" "Yes," said the boy; "for I taw that snap worked nt a circus last week, but it was no free graft; tho man gets sevcuty-fiv- e a week and A teacher, lost Sunday, The duplex field magazine gun wa tried at Governor's Island tho 'other day, in tho presence of General Hancock and a number of prominent ofliccrs and citizens. The gun consists of two breech-loadin- g rifle barrels placed sido by side in a brass caso filled with water to keep them cool. Tho gun is operated by two men, ono to feed and the other to the cartridges, which is dono by turning a crank. During the test 200 ordinary United States- cartridges, 15 caliber, wero first fired in 25 seconds. Then 100 seconds, and nt tho were fired in 11 third fire tho barrels wero emptied of 500 cartridges in CS seconds. Tho gun rotates on a swivel, and can bo raised or depressed at any angle. - says a young lady who graduated in a calico dress a few years ago is now married to a railroad superintendent who has an income of 8500,000 a year. This may bo taken as tho basis for tho regulation of An Ohio paper What we Intend to Do. Wra. Had graduation dresses hereafter. sho worn alpaca sho might havo done oven bettor, and caught the general manager of tho road. On the other hand, had sho blossomed forth in white swiss, sbo might havo captured the president of the concern, with untold millions; bad sho worn silk, with point lace and diamonds, sho might have scooped in the conductor of a passenger train, and had onyx stair cases and alabaster walls to her house. and cut tho wives of ofliccrs on tho road as society altogether too thin for her stylo. This thing ought to bo a lesson to girl graduates, and a warning to them to patronize their tnilors liberally. . There should bo a law passed pro hibiting boys from bringing into a houso where there aro young old maids these imitation mice with strings tied to their noses. In a York street houso a faw days ngo a small boy pulled ono of tho things out from tho side of the wall in front of his sister, who wasn't mora than thirty years old, and sho fainted right in front of a young mrn who hud come to tune her piano. Ho caught her right in his arms, and it was n long whilo before she restored herself to conrcious neg4, there being no other grown per son in the room, ami sho hadn't had a Ken hug fur yours before thou. tucky State Journal. m "Ah, dearest," sighed the young man at the feet of his ownest own, "dost thou know what of all outward things is nearest my heart?" "Really, I can't say," she replied, "but if you have any regard for your health in this changeable weather, I should a The Montreal Star says that girls think it was a fhnnel shirt." She who want husbands should take this was too practical, and it broke the enpicoe of advice. Do not be too fond gagement. Steubenville Herald. am of promenading the business streets at The sea cucumber, ono of the curious all hours of the day. That is, do not Do not jelly bodies that inhabit the ocean, make a regular thing of it. efface himself when ingo about so that people will know for can practically " danger by squeezing the water out of certain that you will be " down town when you have no business, and do his body and forcing himself into a not let the impression go abroad that narrow crack so narrow as not to be you go on the beat as regularly as visible to tho naked eye. Ho can inclockwork. It does not look well. It throw out nearly the whole of his appears as if you preferred to bo on side, and yet live and grow it again. the hunt, rather than improving A New York young man has preyour mind, or darning your stock- sented his brido with an utterings. It looks as if being gazed at ly utter girdle. It is a snake of pliwas your highest ambition, and seeing able gold, enameled in green, and men stare at you more in harmony having emerald eyes. Two curled with your tastes than making your needles in tho snake's mouth represent home happy, and your surroundings fangs. The needle i were put thero cosy and comfortable. by request, and the young man is m suspected of a sinister design. UiKCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE. m PIANOS AND ORGANS Stal Uiiie, Booki, d ill Mi of Hcsinl Htrcha.iH. NO. 66 WEST FOURTH ST., CINCINNATI, O. Grand PIANOS, Square PIANOS, and Upright PIANOS, In Rosewood, Satinwood, Mahogony, French Walnut and Eboniiod Cases, ia elegant designs to correspond with any style of Furniture. - Elegant Parlor Organs, Chapel Organs, Church Organs, With one Manual, with two Manuals and Pedals, containing the most beau tiful, powerful aud useful combinations ever procured in reed Instruments. We invite the public attention to our large and well selected stock of and our unequaled facilities for furnishing the best class of instruments at low rates. We purchase for net cash in larger quantities than any other house in this city. The expense of our PIANO and ORGAN Department is far less than some houses doing exclusively a Piano and Organ trade. We have reached lower prices than havo 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. PIANOS and ORGANS, JOHN CHURCH & CO. "Merry Christmas, mother!" cheerfully exclaimed little Charlie Miggs, as he bounded into his parent's presence, with a faco beaming like a new brass kettle. "O, don't merry Christmas me!" growled the old lady; "yesterday afternoon there were six mince pies upon tho top shelf in tho pantry. This morning there are only five, "Now, where is that other pie?" "Mother," solemnly answered the boy, "as true as I hvo, I don't know, but brother Bill has been rolling round in bed all night, sick enoughio die. Brooklyn Eagle. The reason Patent that buttermilk is so very healthy is said to be because it is half digested iu churning. limb ought likewise to be healthy, because it is halt chewed in the chopping. Wo will yet have machines to both chew and digest our food, so that dyspeptic stomachs will have nothing to do. We aro introducing tho food into body at all stages of its assimilntion, and it locks as if teeth, touguo, mouth, stomach and most of tho intestines would bo supermachinery. seded, liko Chicago News. " Why do we commence dinner with soup ?" asks a medical journal. Because tho landlady sends it Ihe first thing, and there's no show for the meats until the soup is gouo. That's Ihe explanation of the mystery at our house; we don't know how you're fixed. GEO. D. WEAREN, STANFORD, LANCASTER and HUST0NVILLE, DEALEH IN Grain, Wool, Orchard Grasss and other Seeds, Grass grown on manured land gives a more nutritive fodder, richer, especially in albuminoids, than that grown ou unmanured or poorly manured land. The difference is sometimes as great as ten per cent. . ma Diokstion. Long wearing of high beoled boots will reduce a handsome calf to shrunken proportions. We mean, of course the calf of a human leg, aud the re mark applies lo both sexes. a rt:vflfcaJrtartyTJaBWBcW.lJ " m The cost of the Exposition was 8250,000, of wbiclu150,000 in round figures was put in buildings and improvements, nnd the balauce paid out for running expenses, printing, etc. Tho receipts wero from 8220,000 to 8250,000, of which 8115,000 came from stock, 815,000 from privileges, 815.000 from entrv fees, 800,000 from gate receipts and 85,000 frcm miscel Add to theso re laneous resources. ceipts whatever tho buildings will bring, and we will havo about tho total receipts of the International CotAtlanta Constituton Exposition. tion. a m The Emperor William and the King of Saxony went out hunting together the other day, the former killdeer aud wild boars, ing thirty-nin- e and the latter thirty-five- . No matter how religious you may thirty minutes with a jumping toothache will oause you to use language which shows that there is plenty of room for improvement. be, m IF I J I DFL I 3VE SPBINQ WAGONS, "V - I L I G-- 1 O 1 1ST I S. was a strong man, undoubtedly-, but he was a mere boy to church, approached a man of gloomy the auctioneer who, at the sale ot a aspect who was staudiug near the en- menagerie the other day, " knocked trance, and asked: "Is this a funeral?1 down " an elephant. "Funorall no," was the sepulchral It is impossible to make people unanswer; "it's a wedding." "Excuse re- Ono afternoon n stranger, observing a stream of people entering a a Samton silliest and most nonsensical amusement that rational beings, so called, over eugaged in, He said that it had its origin in heathenism, being a pastime of savages; appealing to tho lower instincts of humanity, and bo ing the chosen sport of the vilost and most irubruted of the human race. ter." In Affectionate; Hcmumijjunck. "What shall I get you to remind ' you of me while I am away," asked a fashionablo Austiu young geutlomau of his intended. "Do you want to get mo something that will always make me think of The Boston Journal of Commerce you, when I look at it?" "Yes, darling." publishes a lot of dyeing recipes; hut "Then buy mo a monkey to play nono of them boat the old way of Texas Sidings. with." fooling with an empty shotguu. They havo a story In Ohio of a man who had read much iu tho papers of the sufferings of the poor mule from tho brutality of his master and had been moved to deep pity. Ono day it happened to him to hear a mulo bray. lie listened to the chant with astonishment not entirely unmixed with disgust, aud when the mule closed a prolonged Wast, tho Ohio man said to him: "I don't pity your sufferings nearly as much as I did, uow that I havo hoard you Btato your griovauco." me," added tho stranger, "but thought from your looks that you might be u hired mourner." "No," returned tho man, with a weary, far-olook in his eyes, "I'm a Brooklyn of the bride's mother." Eagle. , Cattle undergoing a fattening process, as well as thoso kept for the production of milk, should enjoy tho greatest possible amount of rest. All violent exercise must be guarded against, ai it greatly increases the do- composition of fat. ff son-in-la- derstand their ignorance, for it quires knowledge to perceive il; and thereluro he that can perceive it hath it not. a - am -- A.3ST3D 0-- C3-- DB (JuiLTYorWiumo. Some people hire Mower?, HnyltHkcs, a faahton of confuting excellent remedies Itcaperx, DrlllH, Cern.lMHHtcrN, Nulky with the Urge mea of "patent medicine," CultlvHters, IlHrroHti, t'oru-Shclleand in tlita thej aro guilty of a wrong. fjlrau.tjiittcrx, Hay l'rcwteai, Tbreak- There are aome dvtrtfied remtdtes full MhchIhch HMd worth ill thit ia salted for them, and on The And other Implements and Haohinery. We buy exclusively from Mtaufsctareri. we know of Hop Dittert. at d lots, and consequently obtain tEe largest dliseaat direct, for caib, in writer baa hid occalon to uib the Hitters Goods a; Seasonable Prion lowest rates of freight. Our motto is i "First-clas- s we bate moat of In juat audi a climate is always the Cheapest." Respectfully, the Best and hia nlwsj lliejurln Utj City, StaDfoid.Kr. and reliable, found ihtut to be GEO. D. doing all tint it cliliaid for them. iv. Manager Laucaitcr DHit. Manafari Uut.ailiU VfL 1 Neir-lliiulcr- x, B TJ f tiralu : s2w4t31IU4STO S CARRIAGES, Plow, lat tut Engine, car-loa- ui firat-cUa- a l. witiius, WEAKEN. uiti:i: a ivilliamn, ' ' yrslerdsy the clouds hugged theeaith Ina chilly embrace, and eveiy thing waa damp STANPOnD and dismal. caper, nod ho ordered tho maid to der arrest, and were lodged in jail at. States, according to the ctnans, number Jsck Adams A Son desire to remind another table. Tho prima donna, Catlettsburg, but infuriated citizens over 600,000. These figures Include the all those Indebted tn them that the new HiWUUTII'.iDOi I I.KSIIOW, who is said to possess a terrible tem- from all parts of tho country flocked deaf, dumb, blind, Insane, Idiotic and year has arrived, and il is a proper time lo settle old scores. Rider, If you owe a paupers. per, as well as a superior voice, display- to town, swearing vengeance against According to Auditor Hewitt's report, note or nocntinl, Ihey want yon to come ed the former to n disgusting degree, them. The Circuit Judge made a the cost of the maintenance of Idiots has and pay It without delay. They desire to Dublin Dan Comedy Co., and told tho landlord, if tho woman speech coutif cling the peoplo to do Increased from $10,000 to $77,O0Q, in ten be square with the world at the beginning McQtll'i "Mirror of Ireland." And was not allowed to remain at her ta nothing rash, and to let the law take vtars, and the costs of of criminal prose of the year. 2t More fun wlihuul Tiilgatlly thin any sho on ble, her entire company would leave its courso, but they were too indig- cutions from $75,000 lo $300,000. Owing to the ilepreilitlona committed caul,. by the thieving pnpu. CO llraullful 8tnr In ireianu CO. Old man Gibbons, who waa auspeeted in his smoke-houstho house. This effective argument nant to listen to reason. There never Aeknowlfdgr.1 Artlits If I quieted the qualms of tho 1. 1. and the was a bloodier or more brutal crime, of the murder of his children at Ashland, lalion. Mr. D N. Williams was compelled 4 Ureal Comxllsns 4 has returned home with such overwhelmtn resume hog killing this week. If the t. i Dlallnet ConiMnstloni In Do 3. was allowed to remain where and one in which tho perpetrators , woman fresh bickbones ing proof of an alibi that he has not been p, sfnrisiU, desire some shewas. Miss Kollogg, who, by the seemed so entirely destitute of evciy arrested. Everything Now nnd Novol. and spare riln, ot lo mention some deliway, is shortly to marry a weazen-facefeeling that distinguishes tho human During a festival of Knights nf Pyth cious now ou ul st Ihey litre only to call at lAirular prices, ltrterie.1 MclloWrts A Dlan's. red headed Philadelphia!!, and from the beast. All three of them ias, at Shanesvllle, Ohio, the floor gave, fllie old stsnd JOHN IHMKiHTII, t'inorlelor. A the dew nlsappear In the morning who is no doubt trying to get herself were present at the funeral, one as way, prrclpitatiug over two hundred per sons to the story below. The building In. sunlight, en will the boys hide away before sour enough for such an unpromising hearse driver, another as stanlly took fire. Several persona were the o mine of the Grand Juror next WiLLARD HOTEL LOTTERY occasion, should have postponed her and the third as mourner. If over killed and many others fatally injured. not being at all Mondsy. The efforts in tho social equality lino until Lynch law was justifiable, it is in 14th February. 1882, J. T. 8. Lloyd, who has been swind- propitious fur piscatorial sport, guns and she got back North. Tho peoplo of this case. Death in any shapo is but ling newspapers and others for yesrs, by dogs will be called into requisition and OR MONEY REFUNDED t the South, while ready to accord tho a slight atonement for such an oflcuse. getting their money for map that he never there will he tramps through muddy fields delivered, was arrested in Norfolk, Va , In search of ihe flying quail and the LouliTILlv, Kv ; NntemUrlO, IMI colored peoplo every right to which l(enlY-t- , Thai the llusnl of Otnnlionfr Dr. Qwsley, the man who caused Tuesday, on a requisition from the Gover bounding rabbit. ronNnl Ida i.tHinrinentol His Drawing of His they are entitled, are not ready to cat the outbreak between Blackburn ami nor of TenneMee, charged th Illli.Wjr of Wlllartl Hotel with obtaining The ii u in lie r .f persons who !! ft" ruiry. 1SJ. snl that Ihey will not content toKeb. any and sleep with them yet. If Miss Burbridge, claims, in his application from $15,000 to $20,000 under false pre- at the first nf the year is greater than at furl tier liotif men! of llis aame. ItoanaT MAiLoar, Chairman. Kellogg is, of courso there can bo no for offico, that first supposed. Whenever you see an inhe is socially ostrscited tences. By the abote resolution tma drawing iniittanj objection, but sho will have to look reports dividual cum out of ono of Ihe "drug wllll ha.l on Ihe day flxrtl, nr nmiey tllatrlliutcd at home. All scrub Republicans, when 5,929Dun's Commercial Agency in l.xk tn Ik in the United States failures 1881, stores," pulling a suspicious looking bun exclusively to them for support in the not received with open If enough tickets ara aoM brfor dais flieil, !! arms by tho for drawing will be had, awl notice of aama will South.' Social equality is one thing people of their section, attribute il to ith liabilities of $70,091,007, which ia die In hi' pocket, and strike a given thrnngli the $20,000,000 more than in 1880, and $23, his room, you can him down as one of OI-- ' 1 It ITS KM. that can't bo forced on us, surely their politics, when, in nine cases out 000,000 leM than in 1870. Failures in the those who have "sworn oft"." After he gels Tkf Millard II. telwlih all IU ICORn flflfl ugly female, ten, not by a tJU,UUU Flxturea aid Furniture, other and weightier reasons gov- Southern Statea last year numbered 1,313, inside his room, he locks the door, unwrap One Rethlenc on Urern Hlreet .ll00O that is old euongh to know a great ern tho matter. 1, coo liabilities $10,315,710, considerably more the bundle, lakes nut the cork, and One ltnldenreon Urrcn Mlrrtl.. Two rahITIi. each I1.IIW ...10,000 deal better. than double that of the year before. A trial in the Quarterly Court last Two twin rrliea, each fi,0.i -- . 4.000 Botii Blackburn and Burbridge are a.VOO The Democratic primary for city offi Monday, about a watch worth some $8 or Kite I'alh Wiles, ucb II,(M. .. Z.SOO Gex. CASsiua M. Clay, of Madi- now in Washington, but it is not cers of Lexington, resulted as follows: C. $10, which w very warmly contested, Kin Caih I'rlu., each t.vrt . 8.000 Fifty Caih I'rlaew, each tlM a.ooo son, has written a capital letter to tho probable One Hundred Caati rrlitw, each V that they will have a hostile M.Johnson is nominated foi Mayor; M. C, came near resulting lo a fight, after the Flee Hundred Caah Prlica, each til ....... lO.OW New York Sun, in which he shows to meeting. 1,000 One Ketol liar Kurnltur Alford, for Recorder; R. J. O'Mahoney, for parties left the The lie was One Mdi I'lano Burbridge don't want to Sou , his own satisfaction, at least, and to 100 fight, and Blackburn can't condescend Clerk; J. M. Tanner, for Treasurer; John freely given, oaths and other wild, bad Ons HandMintllTcrTratt 4M!loiest)ld Dourtion WM.ky l(... .. ll.ino R. Allen, for Attorney; Mat. Fonshee, for words were hurled promiscuously around, lOlU.kHlChlluplcnefJ many of us who aro of tho same way to dirty bis hands with such -- . . M ...- a I 3.000 Flea Hundred Auditor and Assessor; Michael McLaughpistols were drawn, but no blood waa shed. 400 ItoiM Fin Caati r lira, .each 110. of thinking, that the reason of the 11,000 Wlnf.jJ.TJ. individual. lin, for Keeper of the E. D. One of the moU active participants made 2n0 Hotel Robertson lotclr Whliky, IN,. . S,ooO last Democratic defeat, was because Cigars, I0. 400 4,000 Tub New York Sun is particularly, Landeman, for Collector; Dr. It. M. Tay the remarkable statement that he had at Fir Hoies Haana ITI in, each f 10 . 5,000 Hundred Caah was allowed to retiro and the Tilden lor, for City Physician; James M. Corbio, one time been right on the frontiers ol AMOUNTING TO IttMM). but nevertheless justly, severe on Boss renegade Kelley given a big place in SI. R Whole f 1; hell, and he'd ba d d if he as afraid of ralttaneeaticket!. H, haltei.Bank u,uarlels, liiprewi, way be made by Check, Kelley, and warns the Democracy to for Surveyor. the' Convention. He also takes occaKnpoo-albIVwtai Monoy Order or Iglitered Mall. Monday being a legal holiday the any body. It waa generally regrelteu Circulars, ag.ots wanted at sion to say that Tilden is the man for havo no dealing with tho faction that Court waa not in session, but on Tuesday that this individual lud not, at this lime giving full Information all xnta For addreaa and for tlckela, defeated Robinson in 1879, and Win- - morning It resumed work, when Uuileau mentioned, pitched his tent W t l. wuira, 1881,-angives some good reasons for just across the WILI..HI IIOTKt, 1.0U3V1LU:, KY. made the following speech: "I had a very "frontiers," thereby cutting oft the y it. Wo do not liko to detract from field Scott Hancock, in 1880. McItOIlEllTd A nTACl(l, AfiEXTS. of his return. tJTAKFOUD, HY. Gov. Cameron has been inaugu happy New Year's jesterday, and I hope the evidently high estimate that the everybody else did; I had lots of ned, rated, and Virginia, is now entirely in General puts on his services in behalf middle-toneand Mi1 Twf? oMhe snge of Gramercy Park, but the hands of the Repudiationists. that takes them all in, I believe; they expressed their opinions freely, and none of we must demur from his opinion that LEGISLATIVE. them want me hung; they all, without his speeches alono carried the coun- Jake Rice haa presented a bill to pun-it- h dissent, expressed the opinion that I shall ties in which he spoke, for Tilden. murder only by death. be acquitted." Other influences than his carried this TlitaXcvr Mill, containing (lie Intent it ml A bill looking to the improvement 0f The Louisville and Nashville R. R county, at least, for a large majority the hemp department of the Penitentiary, has purchased the Evansville and Terre of our leading men, were for Mr. hai baen preierted and ought to p&sa at Haute Road, which glvea it a through and once. Tilden over any body. independent route from Evansville to ChiMr. Johnson, of Casey, knows some of cago, they already owning the Chicago and For luniiufuciurliis meal ami Hour, In now in fall operation. Tiil' end of tho Guitcau trial seems the arts of the demagogue. He want the Eastern Illinois. The purchase of the IVc will Krliitl for cuHtomcrx, Tor (he prcnent, on Tit outlay. to be in sight. The Government con- law taxing dogs in his county, repealed. Evansville and Terre Haute Road, to conTlinrmlay, Saturtlio' ofcach week, ami ou cluded its testimony Tuesday, and tho and also the fiih law. nect with the Chicago and Eastern Illi Cotiri-Unyand nil other public ilayn. We Holicil a liberal uliarc The Louisville Commereiatt correspon- nois, completes the system from New Or- or patronage and will cnilcavor (o give entire HatUfactlon. Judge has overruled Scoville'a motion to allow the introduction of further dent taya that Judge Hansford it quite a leans to Chicago, making the only route witnesses tor tho defense. Tho in- masher in Frankfort. We are eoine rinlit between trie two cities that is under one straight and tell hii wife on him. and the aame management. structions are now being prepared, AlnayH on hand anil for Hale. HigheNt canh price paid Tor Corn, The great number of serious accidents Mill promptly attended to. andfon Saturday will be given to the and death, which hare been occasioned. by Wheat, tVc. Orders left PULASKI COUNTY. jury, when the arguments will be toy pistols and other dangerous play & CO. MATTINGLY, Pulaski Station. commenced. Wo hope in a week to things, has mored a member to present a M. Estea has returned home from a J. record tho verdict of the jury, as fol- bill to prohibit their importation or sale visit lo relatives In Garrard county. in the State. lows: "We, the jury, find that the J. S. Hendricks bought of Joseph Senator Blain has oQered a bill to Dungan, a farm of 200 acres for $1,400. prisoner is guilty, as charged in tho money to complete the Deaf and Married, on the 29th ult., Thomas P. indictment, and fix his punishment at Dumb Asylum at Danville, and to change death by hanging." Nothing else the name of that Institution. He also Doolin to Mis Jarrettie Estei, both of this county. will Eatisfy"ju3tice; nothing less the wants to Incorporate the Citicinnat!,Oreen The officials of the Freedom Church Kiver & NasliTille R. R. Company. American people. have chosen their former faithful pastor, Hardly a quorum of were Secretary of State, Blackburn, present when the Legislature convened Stephen Collier. Died, on the 29th ult., at his residence will have to fight Burbridge, also. Tuesday, notwithstanding the members Ephraim Meece. He was one of the oldHe has spoken of him as a cowardly had taken 10 days of recess. No business est and best citizens of the county, and mid nnd whelp, and of courso no General will was done, and after passing resolutions in leavea many friends to mourn his death. regard to the dsath of Mr. Beckham, both Asaph e stand that. He also says that Our friend, Thomas Paschal'a school bodies adjourned. will close about the 14th. He then expects niado thousands of dollars by evNOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. to awdst W. J. Goodwin In hia store at ordering men to bo shot, and thon acbo beatScience Hill, Mr. Durham propose after cepting blood money to let them live. Ice 2 inches thick was gathered in My his school closes at Cuba, leaching a sub. Collins Caskets bo compreVersailles, Wedoendar. o It is strange that such a fiend as ecription school at Eubanks. Robes Yankes Bligb, who shot and killed a on has been allowed to desecrate UT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Chinaman in Louisville this week, has - the earth as long as he has. Some been acquitted. Sam. M. Burdett, Editor. body ought to have given his carcass The New York Democratic factions The lawyers and clerka have been to the worms long ago. have haruioniie.1, and propose to organize quite bus for the last two week preparthe Legislature. ing for Circuit Court. Senator Hoar's culogium on Gar Prof. John V. Draper, M. D.. the em Personal Geo. McCUIIan UrooVa ia field, delivered at Worcester, Mass., inent scientist and historian, died In New visltins hi brother, J. J. Ilroolcs, in RichJ the other day, was a very eloquent ef- York, Wednesday. mond. Cant. W.A.Collier, of lou!avilte fort, but liko all such productions, Mr. C. L. Brown has been appointed was the first drummer to make liir appearWo believe that Oeneral Ticket and Passenger Agent vice was overdrawn. Invite the attention of the people to their new Fall itoclc of ance here this year. Garfield was a great and good man, Mr. J. C. Ernst, resigned. Our Circuit Court convene next Mon The number of immigrants tint ar day for It regular January but that he approached so near the terra. The rived at New York during 1881 was HO,. docket contain plenty of Deity, as to be second only to Him, business to oc000, against 327.CO0 the year before. cupy the term of two weeks, If there are is nothing more than sacrilege. It ia Alsop, the convicted murderer of Con. natural for eulogists to become ful- stable Harrison, haa made three desperate not too many continuances. Sam. ThomrMon'a family have moved some, aud the learned Scuator is attempts to escape from the Louisville jail. into the Stanley properly, and Mr. Poln therefore, in a degree, excusable. Kiligerald Is now the champion pedes ter. family now occupy Ihe residence re trian. He made 82 miles in New York cently bought by Jamea Croulcher. These The administration is laying its in 0 days, beating by four miles the highest are the only removal brought about by plans to revolutionize political mat- former record. the new year. Cincinnati medical students have ters and tho triggers aro The store of Mr. A. Mc. Hemphill, at the body of Maj, Hicks, the uiur Livingston, waa destroyed by fire n few being set to repeat tho Virginia s derer, who will be hanged at Covington nlglita ago. The atock of good burned there. Arthur used to be satisfishortly, for $15. waa worth about $800. There was no Ined when ho carried his warif in New They call especial attention to their stock of Richmond, Va., shipped to Brazil last surance. The cause of the fire was the York, now ho lays his schemes on year 223,670 arrela of flour of $1,050,022 usual defective flue. States and buys corruption with the value. Seventy-threwere reitiu-If Mr. llarne can only succeed in people's monoy. quired to transport it. winning into "the way of pleasantries The Auditor in his report, afterahow. and pallia of peace," the bad, but brilliant Tjie Courier-Journis not only one Ing his estimated deficit for the fiscal year young men who atay around the newspaper p,thp best, but decidedly the most ending October 10, 1183, to be over $100,. office in Louisville, he will have accom- Alio to their stock of Cltohinj, Boots and Shosi. whloh hive besa selected reliable jwiper published anywhere. 000, adds: "This deficit can be ea.II met plished a grand work. with care, and they feel confident that A a Southern Journal wo are proud without borrowing money or locresslng The K, C. engineers have made surof it. It is bold and progressive, the rate of taxation. It la only necessary vey of three dIUVrcnt route from this newiyt8tidablej andweilds an influ- to provide for a fair and equitable site. place North In the direction of lisone's ment of proerly throughout the State, Gap. Ko one of the three I particularly ence second to no uenspsper in the and a more rigid accountability on the desirable, but it it probable that one of country, part ol the tax. payer." them will be adopted. Of these goods ever exhibited in Stanford. Gen. T. II. Taylor haa been made of Police of Loalsvllr. 'The dm- managed Crab Orchard Spring one rtaonn several yean ago. KTT- of ono of tho fiends, who could no The expense of running the Governlonger keep tho awful sccrot. George ment printing office last year was $2 215, Friday Morning, January 0, 1882 Kllis, a neigh' or of tho murdered 039, and the revenue was alxint $193,000. r iI children, who says ho was forced hy The stealage was mormon. . . . . EDITOR William Ncal and Kllis Craft, go W.WALTON. The death rate in New Yojjc last year lo was 32 to the thousand people. The total curdalong with them, tells tho blood Slas'CtAnA Louisn Kkuxkhj, tlie ling talo, how tho girls wero ravished, number of death was .18,(109. of which were of Hrlght's disease. pritnatJonnn, is nn advocato oi social and how Ilobert Uibhons, n brother 1,615According to the public debt stateequality.' Knrouto South, Tuesday, of tho girls, who came to their assist ment of January 1, we now owe, lex cash sho got oil nl Milan, whero the train ance was murdered on tho spot. Af- in the Treasury, $1,705,191,717. Decrease stopped 20 minutes for dinner, and ter satisfying their hellish appetites, during December $12,793,023. Nearly 9,000 miles of new railroad were proceeded to the hotel with her maid, they, heedless of the piteous crlei of who is a negro woman, and both took tho girls, killed them, and saturating completed in 1881, which makes the grand total of railroad In the United Stales, in seats at tho tabic. Tiio landlord hnd them with coal oil, set fire to their cluding side tracks, 125,000 miles. not gotten so far along as to liko this Ixxlics. All threo of tho men are unThe "defective" persons In the United STANFOED, The mystery surrounding the ter- lii rible triple murder at Ashland, Ky., is at lat cleared up by the confession tt Mr J II Fih, deputy Sheriff, con-eyelo STOCKHOLDERS Hsinuel llnstnn, lunatic, totlifl IsliNMIcs Is hereby at ten Ihsl s meeilna of I lis ngton Alum this week. holders ol the t srmert Mallonal Hank Slsn-wi- ll l)r Jsa W. Grant, dentist, of Lauras slctkbe helit al the oBfe nl iill Una on ol ter, will be st the Joplln House next Mnn-ds- y THE 2D TDE8DAY in JANUARY, 02, and remain during llm first wrek of Kor Ihr pirroMi cl HoiM ef Mrf tor Court. Thue wishing anything In his tor innrniiiini year,tlfclln Jo-2U line should call earlv. J. B. OWSLEY, Cshler. In Mfwsrs. Div.M Thnmpnn "old Really anil Newell, nf Pulaski muntv, 15 hraifnf mules and 2 head nf hmses, all lltnk ThestnckhoMeranMlioNsllontl ping stnek, for $90 per head. This sale loiJ will inert si lh ofllcsor mM llsnkon of Man. brought alxinl by Mr. Thompson's "ad" in THE 2d TUESDAY In JANUARY, '02, the IXTRMOR JoURKAL Wet have had a variety of weather rietwrenlhe hixinoriD A M. bihI 4 r. M, to elrrl IHrfttors for thtenmlnn yrsr. this week. TnexUy was bright and clear; M.I JOHN J.MoKOBEnTS,(l". Wednesday everything was cnaled with Ice, and it nlned ami sleeted all day long; NOTICE liU-m JtHJSS;fit5S AT.v.ol.i 9) A 3 tBv e"i MSjBi r y Hnvejiixt received and Hill Keep constantly mi hand it frexh line oT (lie cholccrU Stockholders' Mooting. Groceries,Confectioneries, FAIYIILY SUPPLIES, will Alloruhltli ihey OPERA HOUSE, Soil at tho Very Lowest Possible Margin. They are hIho agentst for tho Htile of Mattlngl)'! Miperlor Woolen MowIm and Varan. MONDAY, .TAN. 9(h. Grand Hibcrnica, e silas, J. R.WARREN & SON OrROCERIES Goto the Pout Olllcc Ntore for Ntnploand Fancy pall-beare- DW. Meal.Flour, Lard,Potatoes Tinware, ftln.s.Hwnrc, r QUEENSWARE, WOODENWARE.&c. We laid in, before the late rise in same, a large and bee-lin- e LIST ar. t Comploto Assortment of Canned Goods, VhaToo hacJ, alio, a slorkol Such as Corn, Tomatoos, Poos, Boans. Foachos, Poars, Itaspborrios, Strawborrlos, &c. ..... Coal Buckets, Kitchen Sets, Shovels, Court-hous- ........ Iol3Lors. dbo. Produce of all kinds taken in exchange for Goods at tho highest market price. lo Work-hous- .. le d posal-bilit- ASHER OWSLEY, OPERA XIOXJIiJKLOODK hi:am:u in- - visitors-high-to- d MMBfHf Frliltoaiitl H Tm17'af CT Hardware and Groceries. Largest assortment of MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY Wed-ncHtla- y, STOVES AND -- G11ATES IN TOWN - Flour, Meal, Corn, Bran. Shipstuff, &c, at McALISTEIt COAL HODS AND VASES, FIRE-BRIO- K & CLAY CHIMNEYS, Iloi'se-sSlioe- s, Ix-o- n, ISails, FURNITURE UNDERTAKING! QUEENSWARE AND TINWARE, Salt Lime and. Cement, WHEEL DARnOWS, HINGES, BOLTS, Maiu Street, B. K. WEAREN, - Stanford, Ky. Wagon and Buggy Material, CIIAMPIOX I.AUI.KD WIKE, Ac. -- Bur-bridg- Bur-bridg- business at the same stand, in the St. Hotel building. I will keep a full stock of Furniture of ery description and sell at figures that cannot en. stock of and will hensive. Shrouds and always hand. B. K. WEAREN. I have bought out my brother, It. II. Wcarcn, will continue the Furniture Undertnlcing XlBnyEEIBBB,a W H. Still IuiM HT3f$TOtf! iLJlili vVfSj s?Sh for hhIo the Homlerful d pro-jces- e al Over 100 now in use in Lincoln Co., and we refer by permission to the following' DRY GOODS,NOTIONS "Withers, W. John J. McRoberts, H. S. H. Anderson, A. K. Denny, R. E. Barrow, John "W". Logan, A. OLOTHIKTG, D. Newland, John M. Reid, Thornton BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, Porter, w . H. Hays, S. H. Baughman, F. Peacock, Adam TRUNKS AND VALISES. Dr. C. Fowler, Carpenter, G. L. Carter, Peter Carter, A. A. Warren, R. S. Lytle, S. J. Embry, J. H. Shanks, J. M. Philips, W.T. Green, XrWESS GOODS, James Hendricks, M. G. Kevins, Geo. D. Wearen, T. W. filler, Givens, Dr. Bailey, John Dudderar, Jno. Baugh man, Sr., John Shelby, John C. Frv. 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 : G-- . Si D It GO. WATER ELEVATOR who have them in use. A simple of all the taxable real estate in New Haven, together with a mAiigage for Ktfnr.nw varictv of canned good', ImimkIiI a million dollars on Yale College, would not Induce ua lo pari with him. He l al low price, at Hale A Nunnellej'. now In hi 2 1 lit year, end we Intend lo MlM Ann Davh wild to Cliarle P. take good care of him In hia old age Friday Morning, January 0, 1882 Stewart a home and lot In Mackaville for ClnclNNATI. There la a good demand l!00. tor nil grade of cattle, especially ihe Ixat L, A N. TIME CARD. ALL eraoni having akalta belonging lo qualities. Common Is quoted al $! to $1; to- good to choice butcher, $ I 't In $A; comI'jttstTtvr Train ti.lWitltl .1M)r.w. Ihe Club nro requerltd lo return them l.lt'gtton I.WI r. M. day. Oeo. McAlitter, Prealdent, fMsencer Train to HltliinM mon In choice shippers, $170 lo $0 23; TllK hore of Mr. J. L. Dawaon, Kr , ad- common to fair oxen, $2 25 lo $9; feeders, Z0M NOTICES, vertised last week, waa found on the road $.1.76 to $1 40; Mockers, $4 to $ft.75. Hogs, near Lanoaaler, by Mr. Armp, Dawaon, are In fair dtmand at $0.2') to $0.15 for Phfmi UAiiof I.tmo ami Cement at A. best. Common, $r lo $r.7S. fiheep ire thla week. Owaley' m steady at ,1 to 0 CA cents. Nnv ami full alock of Clooka Hi Penny Tainul Accident, While Mr. J. F .V MoAIUterV Farrla waa ailperlndendlng aome improveLINCOLN COUNTt IIamii.tom Srr.f.t. 1'i.onra alway on ment! at IlulTato Mills, the atudding igalnit liaml it A. Owaley'. Gilberts Crtok. which he leaned gavo way, and he fell a IIio Stock of Champion llrl Wire on Hucreaa to Ihe enterprising paper, and distance of somo 20 feet, severely spraining liaml it A. Owsley'. bolh He will be unable to walk a happy, Merry New Year lo Ihe editor nni-Udi(a InftriorSfonriiiil Fhemi Ilrlgl.lV boiled meal at McAlitter kNFORD, icy 1 !' It V" and family. You to Cull See Thorn Madame Humor aay a charming Huinn W. K. OAitaox I on. a bus!- - Wk intendeil to publish the list of Bachelor on will aoon lead to the to Not. thoae who new trip to I,oiiiaville. to the iNTrnion Hymeneal Altar one of Lower Gamrd'a Mn. JoriK II. Mll.l.r.u attended the JounKALin paper, but it waa ac loveliest daughters. wedding. tually ao long we could not find apace for Elder Livingston held service at Mim Maiiy Hiiowj hat returned It. It may appear In our next. We sin Hoon'i School House, Sundav and .Sunday from a delightful rlaltto Lebanon. cerely thank the kind friends that are night. Mr. Mosea Collier will follow Mn. J. I). Ciiandi.kii, of (lie l'lne alanding so nobly by ua. Mr. Greeley'a advice and "Oo We.l" In Hill Coil Com piny, waa here Tuesday. Or all the Irotijies that have vlalled this the aprlng to erote up or Hove vp with the Mls 1'ANTiirA McKlNsr.r Im gone somewhat famous show town, none have country. Mr. John ltamsey wilt not come lo flail her staler, Mn. Win. Iloyston, it ever came and gone away bearing with back to hia residence on the creek. Our Iii tliclr linuttstonic iicwHtorc-ree- m In Ilyallteille. them higher deem of all classea than enterpilsing merchant, Frank McFarlan, Mum Ki.ua Writ, who Mr. Jnn. CunifT, hit lieen vinftinfc MIm Mule ltenlcy, tin "Howorlh'a HIberntca." Mr. Howorlh'a occupies hia residence. branch, haa struck troupe la an honor to the profession in the section boss on this returned home. Wilkea-Ilair- e Ittview, for higher wages and greener pastures. Mim Ki.I.cn I'niTll returned with every particular. Keep coiiMiiiiU y on liaml u full Htock el" Don't know who will supplant him. Miss MIm Itettie MclloUrl from Ilrodlicad, Feb. ISth, 1870. 8udduth and brother spent the holidays ind ii now her gueat, The Kink will be in full blaat Orchard. They were highly en0. A. 1'evtok ind wife, of the Tef- The ladies and all of them are cordially at Crab Invited will be admitted Iree. Admittion tertained on Wednesday at the Bachelor lon House, Junction City, are guesis of Home of Mesara. Geo, and Jas, King; Mm. . W. IlobMtl. for gentlemen, " cenla. Means. Oeo. II. SKIT AnVKIITlSKMEITS, abjut thirty young ladle and gent here BOTLE COUNTT. CArr. Hwkkhv in hick on Ida train Ilruce. Oeorge McAlitter, 11. W. Mocker, Jutt received a large lot of Men'i and Boys' Fall and Winter Clothing present, and all went "merry a a inarritge afler a long holiday. Capt. Koliert" took H.ailrightand Walter W. Owsley will Damille. 119 Acre of lmuroTl Land, fertile, bell." Mr. Peyton Parrlah and family LAND.Hanslng Fork, Lincoln County. Apply and a splendid line of Fall and Winter Shoes, of Zeigler's BrosY make, act at a Committee on Programme, and hit place while he wa absent. -- C. II. llode old to P. T. Gentry, 10 (o w. r. for Men, Ladies and Children, New stock of Cloaks and Dolmans just spent part of Ihe holiday with their father wsiiod, aunurci. Cor,. KonritT IIoyu, who, with Vin-ce- also a. Floor Committee. Come, everyshare Central National Bank stock at Dr. Doorea. Misse Bettie Door ft and body. Horeing, K , la contractor for over T. M. PENNINGTON May Parriah came down on the train Mon- $175, the highest price yet reached. 200 "liar route" waa in town yealtrday. Dr. L, B. Woolfoik, pastor of Ihe Bap- Is Candidate far We have never seen a belter arranged day on their way to Bryanlavillo. to Ihe offlc of y Miu W, 8. lloi'icr.n goe up to building than that just completed by Dr. tist Church, thia city, tendered hi resigns-tio- n AMsnsHUK. Hutiject to th action of th Utmoc- racjr. take charge o( the Laurel Goal Co.' worka J. II. A H. P. Owsley. There are two Hustonrille. laat Sabbath morning. He expects to We hope that he will be able aoon to tend large and handsome store rooms, that can Burn to Mr. Win. Moreland, on ihe cvangeliie. JOHN 1ILAIN ua aome Rood oual, cheap. hardly be beat any where, and on the sec- 30lh, ull., n boy. This would hare been Mr. Margaret P. Waller, wife of Mr. Is a fur COUNTY evidently belieTc be ond floor are four suites of rooms on eith- noticed in my last, had not Sallle tent me Nicholas Walter, this city, died on Sun- any tandldtte inu democracy. CLEItK, sul.J ect to Mr. II. 0. A action Ol of bit fencea down, for he er aide of abroad hall, which, hcatdea end word to hold it up two or three day un- day evening, the 1st inst., after a lingering hat left sojne went hurrying btck to Wathinglon Turn-dawindows, ia lighted by a large til the got the young gentlnman sufficient- illness, of typhoid fever. JOHN I.. IML.L night, .lie lnlen.lt lo hare the V. O. Thete rooms have been built with a special ly educated to read it for himself. Elder John C. Waldtn, who haa It a candidate for COUNTY subject view lo comfort, and yesterday when we or die. Glad to be able to state that F. M. been a resident of Danville for the to me win or in uemocrscy. PERFDMERY AND FANCY TOILET ARTICLES, sauntered through them, we found aa com- Ware la steadily recovering. Dr. Brown past two yeara, preaching for the LOCAL MATTERS. 1U. I MI'S JUDGi: fortable looking set aa one could wiah to discharged him aa a patient with conjugations of Cane Hun, Pleasant Dye Hid lluiiooo Saturday night at Dawson aee. J. 6. A K. W. Ilocker, have one suite; his paternal benediction, Wareaaya the Grove and Hustonville, will leave today Is a candidate for COUNTY ATTORNEY, sub Books & or uemocracy. Judge T. P. Hill, Jr.. and T. W. Hlggln., grcatcat suffering he waa conscious of, win1 for Missouri, where he haa invitation ject to me win ina WINDOW GLASS AND PUTTY, Ext n a Family PLOtmcan be found at have another; Col. T. W. A W. E Varnnn. occasioned by a daring surgical oeratiun from several congregation to visit them, SAMUEL ENOIYE.HAN a third, and Jot. R. Grimes, W. II. Moltob performed by Dr. Clifton Fowler. Liquors Modical Purposes. Wines with a view of locating. McAlitter A Ilright'a. Is candidate for JAILKK of Lincoln countj.iab Allen, John Good e, John Iteid, erta and Dr. Hleele IUIley, the tth. With John Williams, aged 25, waa married, Ject to the action of lb Dtmocrtcy largo compounded. We havo also tions Din Stuck New Orlcana augar juat re but one exception, and he only uses it as Erneat Woods, and perhajM some others, near Parkavllle, to Mr. Polly Carter, aRed well selected Btock of Watches which reived at Hale A N'unneller'. an oflice, the whole lot are unmarried men, are ofl on a bird thuollng raid in there CS. He paid Ihe preacher 25 cents for the M'JI. COOLEY city prices. Watches we propose to soil less a Is a candidate for JAILEK of Llncolo county, subTnr. Hand boya aay they hare a capital and they areao well fixed that St is hardly gion around Dunnville. This look a more job, and it wa high at that. At Ropairod to a Demmratlc primary election. probable that any of them wfll wish lodia honest at least lest ambiguous than the Church, W. C. Bruce to Mis Mary ject musical programme for the Kink turb hia arrangements by taking unto periodical huntings and fishing which are Ann Cullen. S. IIOMLEV All. indebd to Hale A IS'unoelley are himself a wife. Men are always selfish, so frequently ootemporaneou with the The Southern trade In mule and hereby notified to call and aetlle at once. and these will grow more so aa long aa near approach of the tensions of Ihe Cir horse ought now lo open lively, If Is a candidate for ASSESSOR of Lincoln county, it is subject lo tbe scllon of the Democracy, Tliit meant all cuit Court. Green A Williams ship 200 expected to open at nil during tho season. they have such pleiaant surroundings. turkcyt to Cincinnati this week. Joe Our local dealers, however, report but few Mn. II. C Kuri.KY aa,a he la in great It. CAIIPENTEK MARRIAGES. Page (old honesty,) take the ribbon for transaction since our laat Issue. Frank need of money, and urgently recutita you for COUNTY ATTOUNAY, subject Ol.nilAM. At the bride'a the fattest bird in the cargo. The Nation- Harris bought from Wakefield A Farris, of la a candidateo( the Democratic party. to call on htm and aettle. to the action home, in Madison county, Tueaday morn- al Association fcr the breeding (and butch- Danville, a of good mules, HowonTit'a Illbcnilca Company gire an ing at 5 o'clock, by the Itev. J, M. Ilruce, ering) of game chickens, hare recently re- at $115 per head, which he shipped on TMOS. I). NEWLAND entirely unobjectionable programme, full Miss Mary K., the charming and accom- vised their rule of order. I was tearful Monday last to South Carolina. Same day to t ho office f JAIL- It a candidate for of fun and rariety. Keserted seal at plished daughter o( V. M. Oldham, LV., tbey would expunge their prohibition of Frank Gentry left for Atlanta with a KH; subject to the action ol the Democracy Mcitoberta A titagg', at regular price. was united In marriage to Col, J. P. Kagle, profane linguage; but am rejoiced lo find mixed of horses and mule. E. XV. IIROWX Promoted. Col. W. T.Knntt,for many a prominent buaineta man of Lanokc, Ark. that thiy religioutly and consistently adCapt. Sam Boone haa accepted a posicock-figto Ihe office of COUN-Tyeara Dexit Agent at Lebanon, baa been The happy couple pasted here the tame here to their resolution that no Candldste lor tion in a large Philadelphia house. The It JUDGI-:subject to will of tne Democracy, promoted to Claim Agent on the KnoiTille day en route for the groom' home lookiog er shall be permitted to "cum," and that boarder at the Clemen Houae presented any such violation of the proprieties shall Col. Thomas, with a very beautiful Electro-ailve- r llranch, a petition much taiicr and more aa happy aa morula ever get. CAPT. TIIOS. ICICIIARDS A ulxbly lUjtt totrlDf up, be visited with instant ejoctment from the remuneratlre. plated water set aa a New Year's county, To lofty hrlchtt hail rlrrn, lor lit Candidatetctloc JAILER of Lincoln Klectlon pit 11 gift. Q W. Welsh. Sr., ha retired from tukject to the of Ihe Democracy. Whtn lo, a morwl iveet anari, Mit. T. M. rrNNiKOTOX, prevent incura. Geo. O, Barnes and family pasted Welsh, Wiseman A Co., and bought out J. next Augutt. II Uktt la klt'n. bent, it acandidate for reeleclien at through on Mondty, en route for Louis- W. Floece. He, and hia ton, Wm. Welsh, II it a good Democrat, a clerer DEATHS. ville, where he expected to begin his ser- will carry on a grocery and hardware man, and haa made an excellent officer W. 8. Rowland haa closed out in Jas Iaom died, near lUchmond, Ky., vice Monday night. Thia it a fair speci three capital pointa in his faror. men of the man' earnest devotion to hi Paris, and will resume connection with At Truite of J. L. (food, I will rent at Public at the age of 10.!. Auction baturday, January ;th, at 3 r. H lh ItAIN began to fall Wednesday morning, Hush. Mr. II. T, Hush received a work. It ia not very common in the his- Rowland A Co. of J. N. Darla, on Depot Street, for and freezing at it fell, the atreela were telegram, Wednesday, announcing the tory of the average ruiniatry, that they The public sale of bank and other the balince of the year 18S2. V. OOVER, Trustee. J. noon to allck that walking became a ritky udden death of his brother, J. T. Unsh, close a laborioua protracted meeting in one stock belonging to the estate of Mra. C, S. butlnett. It la atill drlxtling and aleeling, near Winchester, Ky, Mr, Hush waa 10 place late Sunday night, and fill an ap- Lucaa waa made on Monday last, at fol! and the protpect la, that winter, so long yeara of age, and a gentleman respected pointment 130 mile distant, (25 miles of lows: Thirty share of Central National, delayed, la letting In for earneat. and loved bv the community in which be which being by ordinary country vehicle) or Danville, to R. D. and A. E. Logan, at reward I on Monday night. In appearance Mr, B. $174 00; thirty share of tame to P. T. the will cite a entered of ti& for tbe conrlcllon of lived. my thief who tt Richmond Our young friend, Hl'tlNrss Chanok. Junction, on tbe night of December 2Stb, and ia very little changed by hia long experiGentry, at $174.00; fifty shares of First took therefrom S30 to 1100 worth of Dry Ooodt RELIGIOUS. ltobert 8. Lylle, hat purchased the McAI ence in the harneat a little aged perhaps National, of Danville, to Itev, Jas. J. and Dry Ooodt Notion!. J. D. BtADT. liter interest in the late firm of McAlitter but active, cheerful, genial, pleasant aa Lucas, at $150.50; thirteen shares of Itev. Joa. Itallou ia conducting a proA Lytle, and will hereafter go it alone. of yore. His eye ha lost none of its Bank of Louisville, to same, at $00 ; three tracted meeting at Parkaville. Mr. Lylle it a natural born merchant, and The annual sale of seats in Plymouth brilliancy, hi voice retain it flexibility, share of Harrodsburg and Danville turnhia frienda predict for him a protptroua Having told out my Interest In tbe ttor at church, Urooklyn, took place last night, and while the whole mun peem attuned pike stock, to Granville Cecil, at $8.50. Halls (lip to Mr. John Murphy,! roquet! all those. career. to the heavenly harmonies on which he Advocate. To-da- y. and amounted to $38,320 Indebted to me to either call on me and tettleor on Mr. A.C Martin, who will atill continue at Manaoeh It. II. Maiuui, of the LexThe ladies of lb Presbyterian Church love to dwell, he atill abounds in quiet GARRARD COUNTY. the "Id ttand, or tbelr account! will be placed In the hands of an officer. ington Opera Houte, bringa Howorlh'a presented their pastor, Itev. 1, 8. McElroy, humor, atill glances at each passing scene J.E.lVYNN.Uailt(ap. Lancaster. Mt Habernica here. He hat a reputation to with a handsome writing dtak and hia with the eye of an artist, atill describes Thank goodness, the holiday are over, auttain, and would not handle any but good wife with a nice coal vas on New Year's, with the spirit of a poet, atill revel in the and Ihe country nigger can't cover the face In lively Companlra, You can reat assured, there- Mr. Georgo II, Ilruce aud Miss Manda ludicrous, and still delight of Ihe earth again for a year. fore, that the wrforinauce Monday night Ooggln raised the money to purchase them, companionship. Mi's Marie seems greatly 55 marriage license issued in thia Cost-Mar- k will bo A No. 1. Itev, Qto. O, llarnea and Mitt Marie improved in health and looks, by her Main St., .Stiiiifortl, Ky. county during the Tear just closed. This .ii A I am aware that K.nglkman'3 Mill. Mettra. C. J., 8. met with a cordial reception in Louiavil'e. mountain residence. wa exactly Ihe number issued the year M. and M. C. Kngleman, hare formed a The programme wai to hold the rervlce .Mr. II. wrote you from Hhelhy Cily, I give before. JOHN In the Masonic Temple, but the pastor of no report of the Liberty meeting. partnership under the firm name of C. II. Mra. Mike Ray I hereby tendered the Kngleman it Co., and hare taken chargo the Chestnut Street Baptist Church kindly Crab Orchard. thanks of tboe who partook of her excelOPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 of Fugleman' Mill. It haa been remod tendered them hlt,huuse,whicli vrns acceptCurlia Egbert received a handsome lent New Year dinner. Alt concur in of Mr. Pat. eled and refitted, and ia now in good order ed. They are the gueta from his teacher, Mr. pronouncing her the cook par eittlltnce. Bible last Sunday, Joyca, an old College chum of Mr. Parnet, Harry Dunn, for having the most perfect 92.00 to do any kind of grinding. The smallpox la said to b railing In and It it likely that they will be in Louis- lessons of any in hia clumfor the year '81. the negro settlement in the Foil $:l.50 we will neml the ville, at least a month. Mr. Itay Moat will in all probability, lower end of the county. The first case Special Accommodat on. to Commercial Intkiiiou-Jouhna- l and the Travelers. . take charge of the Music class ol Prof wa isolated, but negrne would visit it, in to any addrcta. The H'erlfy LAND, STOCK AND CROP. school al C. O. Spring. Mr. spile of all precaution. been, Moore' Step have alone ia $1.00. Any of price of the J. K Ilruce sold lo Jesse Fox, 18 head Moaa la highly competent to fill the posi- or will be taken to thoroughly quarantine Baggage Transferred Free of Charge thoae already taking our axtr can get the tion. of 1200 lb. cattle, at 4 cents. the place. by paying the diflerence Our mover this week aro Mr. Doc. Jo. ColIVy bought of Jesse Knx, a lo Jo Johnston, a good cillien, with hia I Lave recently taken charge of this house between what they hare already paid and Dillioii, to the homo on Stanford street, family, haa moved to Stanford. and intond to have John of lata vearlin cattle, at $23 per head. the above price. accommodations, by Mra. Marshall, and Put Conway sold lo F. M. Yuwell, 80 occupied last year Hitigina haa rrturned to Lancaster and To VISIT Ixiuiaville and not go to the acre's of land near Hustonvllle, for $3,750 Dr. Peltu to tho Adam houso on Lanca-le- r opened the old Miller Hotel Prof. Iivine street. famout Clothing Katablitluurnl of J. Sam. Helm and A, Pence bought of J will occupy the resilience of Jo Johnston MIm Katie Dtvi haa returned from a Winter and Co., corner of Third and Mar- K Carson, 130 head of ewes, at $2 00 per the coming year. Mra A O. Dunn, of brief vl.it to Hall' Gap. Mr Thomas Itichuiond, lus purchased the property ket Streete, ia to argue yourself unknown owl, A1U.K, NKWHV, A lot of grade heifer sold In MontMcltuberls, Jr., ol Slanfurd, waa here Ihl vacated by Mr Irvine. Tliclr it the leading Men'a and lloya' I GOOD, 1 city, Harris, of your week. Mist Kill Clothing home In the Witt, and titer fell gomery county the other day al 3J to Married -- December 29lh, Mr. Wm. cenla. waa a gueat of Mis Jennie Buchanan, this Cnbbell lo Mlsa Dora Upton. January the liandsoiuwt and mott durable goods Courier-Journa- l. Mr. Lamb, of this county, sold hia and last week. Jaa. Brook haj relumed 4th, Mr. Gailaud Graham to Miai Nancy Our word for it. place of 21 acre to Thomas ltoblnton, for Mis Annie Buchanan baa to Cincinnati. Sohweitier. A copy of the Intekiok $S60 caah. An The CovaiiKovami, (Henry t niter, returned from a visit lo relatives and Tht wolf unto their door cau'l tome nun, Editor,) 1, by clrcultllou and reputation, Adarua purchated of W. S. charge for J. W. Jouunal will be tent free of While Ihtr lonether frees, the acknowledged KtymnlnUin Aujwjr ol tin frienda in Stanford. For NiDtr cauett Graliiui brnJ, Aaarcllabl.aud valuable uevipipcr. It one year, to any one who will bring, or Uoocli, 40 acre of land near MpKinney, How Willi llarlanil tula bit cbetit. And now the Masquerade! hit no superior lu tblt country or In tba world. -to be brought to t tils oflice, within for $1,600. cause vu II UIIIH HIHI.li flivivu, above la poetry. shall we begin to describe ItT Surely it P. S.-- The two stilt tbtt III Robber J and Moriuon I"oljgauijr Dr. It. U. Chevault told to Capt. Todd, the next three uioniha, the largest number used lo read of following are among the visiting bllgbt lb. prusprrltj aud uortllljr of lb United The waa not such an one aa we rellca-au- ch r 187 acreaof land four mile from Mate, uiaanie. origui tuu u.wi. cvumu ,u. of Indian or in fairy tale, where Harliqulna danced ladlea and gentlemen at the hop i Misse tlrongeal editorials, lb. iuo.1 couplel tuuiiutrr r at $S0 per acre. and hitch tli be.1 lelfgrtphlc aud lb ai with Queens; empresses trailed the length, Maggie and Allle Dunn and Lucy ol nr.lues of tb. woild,full turf and stock re Simeon A, Middlelon sold to Monroe eta, mortars, pipes, etc., etc, ; porta. market rrporlt. fashion repurtt,Talmig'i betid fruit Gibus, Richmond ; Mit Irvine, Danville of their nettling brocade tpleudld orig'ntl serial tlorlei and Curtis, 09 acrea of land on the railroad generals and Mis Mamie Parriah, Midway ; Mist Jen Hrriuuut, vender and poetry, dcptituieut for children, antwert to Mollouuvn A Stauo hire removed to near Crab Orchard, for $33 er acre. , a word, wythlug In the full blue of their mar- nie Richards and Mia Cornie Cooper, Currtsudeota..lc., to lc In aubordinatea (heir new ftore-rooin the Opera House tbt family circle, and In. lo matt It a delight A. F. llutner sold thla week to Cha. Mea-r- i. Robert Richardson, Rob- raluabUtu tbtiuanol business, lb Uruifr. the Hlock and are 'again ready for businena. Dunn, of Ilryantavllle, 82 acrea of land on tial grandeur, gaily flirted with peaaanti Stanford mechanic aud lb laborer, where Charlotte Cordaya ert Dunn, Speed Smith, Ed. Hume, Dick premium MpeUmen corlot tud full drtcrlplli They have the handtomest room In town, Hawkins' llranch In this county, tot and flower girl charge destinies, and Joan de Harlow, Will Oldham and ltobert King, clrculari will U tent lie of terms, to tujou.ua forgetful of their pottag and have arranged their goods moat taste- $2,600. fre. application, tiubacrlpllon Note of the name of many tri lor Daily, II,-- Sunday, II: Weeklr, IJJW. Somebody In New Haven, Conn,, Arc, of their glory, tipped Ice and Richmond. fully in It, thereby enabling them to work An; on avudlog lour retrijr lubacribera tnd tit ol with more comfort to theuiwelvea and more wrote to ltobert Homier, of the New Yoik creimi with Hia Satinio Mijetly, Ac No other mltlitd, Tim club will give an- dollart, will b entitled to au txtra copy any the oo. year, fret u Weekly satisfactorily to the public. Call and aee Ledger, aaking how much he would take at the Merahou House we looked on no other hop before long, on a grander icale, W. N. HALDEMAN, AddreM Co., Loulif Hie, Ky. I'rotldeot bow nlco they look In their new quartering. for Dexter. He replied; A deed In fee auch acenet, but there were perhaps, fif- - if o!b!e. PERSONAL. anle. for several weeks. k Kagle-Olillia- -.- Elder J. W Lober began hi work al Ihe Chriatlan Church Sunday. Geo. W Duntap'a meeting al the Methodist Church He i favored Willi Rood l progressing. audience. The Lop wa a success, in every sense of the word, ind waa greatly enjoyed. The only thing to mar the pltaiure of the occasion waa the ungentlemanly iorrtluct of saw. K visiting young man, which caused him Our last report was written m hurri- to be fired out of the hall with enough edly that we were unable to aay much leather under hi coil-tato atari a shoe about the Concert. However, we presume shop. His piteous begging waa all that It will not be out of place to allude loit aaved him from a night' sleep in the work gain. Notwithstanding the very disa- house. Howorth' Hibernica ia billed here for greeable weather, the church waa prttty January 10th, and will be greeted by a full well filled bmh night, and all went awy house. Lancaster has, unjustly, received liiglilr pleaacd. The programme mnaiited a bad name for show, and the good one of vocal and insliumcntal miitlr, dia are ofltn deterred from coming here One horse ahowa are not well patronized here, Itigues, Ac. While each one acquitted but Rood one are, and it is hoped ihe peohlmtelf very creditably, we can only ple will come out to this one and respeak of a few for want of time and sptce. establish Lancaster' right to the name of Mr. W. K. Buchanan acted the role of the the best show town In Kentucky, I am sorry lo aay that John CinnlfT, country girl, to perfection. Mis Bettie one of the best section foremen on Ihe Doores, as a Drunkard' wife, elicited symL. and N , and a clever gentleman, ha repathy from all prestnt, whose husband signed hi position here, and will aoon His reason is, the company "Inrry long at the wine." Mis Bodle leave us. request for an adStuart, aa"MlsiMallnda Marks," an old failed to accede to hiabeing an Independent vance in wage, and maid aeeking her "future pardner," was, man, he promptly filed hi resignation. lo use her own expression, "sublime and Johnnv h Iota of friend here who regret plurallcal." Little Mia Nannie Kenne-dy- , to aee him leave, and will indorse him in every particular. aing "Lucy Grey," in a sad, aneet A compound masquerade and storm voice. MIssoa Mollie Tatem and Leila Darlv assembled with Misses Jennie and Doores, played a pretty duet. Mr. Jamee Nell Duncan laat week, and had Ihe most The disguise were King acted "Mr. Fitxfool" amid rounds of fun nf the season. by a one applause. The King brothers, with their good, with the exception of wa worn overheard young married man who violina, with flute and piano accompani- begging a younr lady for a lock of her ment, by Alex. Stephenson and Mra. Hay hair, and who. to avoid detection, left be were removed. But hit Mom, made most delightful music, but the fore the mask hair original comic negro song by Phials and feet gave him away, and lock of Aitbroom can lie found from one end of the Sylvia (Leila Doorea and Mollie Tatem,) allck lo tho other since hi wife heard of fairly brought down the house, and waa It. heartily encored. leen ll or lrnty pront, en masque, ind there waa plenty of fun and a grand old bop after tho mask were discarded The most attractive feature was the Old Year and Ilia New Year, represented by M Jennie Kennedy and little Alice Moore. Alice Ia a little daughter ol Capt. Moore, of this phce, and waa Ihe cuteat and aweetett little Masquerader we ever 3 M'ROBERTS&STAGG HAVEI - REMOVED THEIR STOCK OF DRUGS, ETC., -- TO THEE W T Court-House. E- - M Opposite the They Invite Wish and Whether You Buy Anything or J.H.&S.H.SHANKS OPERA HOUSE BUILDING Dry Groods,Boots,Sh.oes,&c Penfflf&sAIiite Stationery,Pamts,Qils,Varnishes, for Pure and accurately t. DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, Stuffs J. I'll ' and Cald-well'- Jewelry at than and Warranted. Prescrip a and Jowelry, and J. p m ' Jl 1. A SWEEPING car-loa- d d car-loa- d REDUCTION !! , OM-bt- bus!-ncs- a. DFCDEl. R.3E33NTT. The Warm Weather Has Sent Prices Tumbling. Store-roo- $25 REWARD lore-roo- Too Many Goods and Want to Reduce Them. MONEY WANTED. A Heavy Discount Is Marked on All Goods ST.ASAPHHOTEL DINWmDIE,PR0'R. .. Is No Consideration; Our Word is Sell. BOARD, PER DAY. y (Xuricr-Jgurn- O.-- Never Better Goods Offered For So Little Money in Stanford Before. Courier-Journal- 1 first-cla- ss TILE NEWSPAPER CIIKAI Now or Never Is the Time to Buy Goods "Without Money and Without Price. Weekly Ort-'Kii- . '., .,..... Mound-builde- Itich-inon- These Are Facts, and a Call Will vince You. Con- arrow-head- uorel-elU- s, BRUCE & OCX Courler-Jouru- al Courter-Jouro- tl OXOTHIBRS. f ONK HKIIIINO ANY AN KXri'l.I.ENT dashed off. new Plana ran nblain a lairgaln by calling ua Ihe tinderalgne.1, Il haa been uieil leHthan a tloien To tho young man who doesn't llmee. Too Awful Utter. Friday Morning, January C, 1882 W. P. WALTON. Stanford. think the girls aro all dying after "Well," said a Deadwood nutn who him. had just been introduced to n Brook to the Young An SU'Mah's To the young woman who wouldn't" Cincinnati, New Orleans lyn girl, and who had been asked by laoy Known as "Sit." choose an ico cream to a substantial be- - her if they had many nf thewe lnvily Come hero, 8i, and ait down meal. sido mo, anil let mo givo you a little frontiersmen out his way "well, To tho young woman over thirty TEXAS PACIFICR.lt. Co. STILL LEAD9 WITH THE talking to. That is right. Bit clear mum, we hev right smart of 'em in who novcr had an oiler. TRAINS SOUTH. at the' other end of the nofn, It makes our neck o' tho woods." Cincinnati Soiilhern Ulrlilon. To tho young lady graduato who "And do they wear fringed leg, would not rather have a white satin be- mdro'rdord for my gout and corns, PaT Flint M tf; Menumenla rjttBPPPJPJKeCn$ STATIONS. Arcora'n ii(fcVheinga good habit for n young and hunt thoso dear, sweet buHalu?" dress than high honors at tho grsdua lleaditnuee, Il Eaprraa iVVBlv'- --- L II Tablet ,tr Eapreia. rttorrK.sio.XAL. '71W I lady to bo addicted to. Alway pan atked tho girl. ting exercises. Vlftt 10 :. mJ t ofMarblaWork - Lee, Clnclnnill I ... . II 0 am 4 00 pm 7:3 pm all klnda 4 " " (leorgelowe...... 'a "Tho stage drivers wear fringe and -der to this habit, and you will in time man who never m neatly eieruTo tho married ,11 l ' 7 II " It 07 " " Uilnitonl ('. KUITUAN, ted aatli. ItHM 7 11 ' 10 XI II 7 " sich, and when a bufTalcr shines out considered tho possibilities of a Nlcholaarllle.. Jwawlwlwlwm r,E&Jr't"nn ln,r-TaH. find yourtelf walking through green sic High llrblgai. .. II It pm M" jpaWt!BwSsnBt"lreil17 " ...... . " HaroilibuigJnnc IJ M " mcadowa and beside tho still waters somo ono is pooty apt to hook on," ond marriage II It " LAW, .... It AO " 141 Danrllle ATTORNEY AT I inateefornl-And those gor "How supreme II 101 " IU " . You may bo walking ' Junction CUT To tho married woman who docs fjKiLHPP9eVe4wNe ed on I1 " Homererl IU I. A. NCAMTUII, KV. III " lion, lr I CO " Polnl Hurnilde. t W " alone, to bo sure, but will havo fewer geous Indians in tuetr iiiciurrtque not sometimes wonder how sho over CiiiMlleie-- r ml Oinnly Attorney W 111 -- " Seitgemonr ....... 4 17 " AND SELL THE BEST wigwams of wampum, willi their 4 87 ' praellrelnall lhetwirliof llarranl and a"lnlnlng 7l" " llockwond- .-. lawn dresses to do up on Monday Aii-icame to say "Yes." " muntira and In the Own ni Appeala . M -- . H.rlng Uty . . llliyre ......... . 4 " wish to speak to you of blending combinations of war paint, ... 7 11" ' morning. I To the clergyman who doesn't feel BUGGY ON THE GLOBE 7 0" . lo 00 " Arr. ChalUnooga raiKK wol.roan. your mother. It may bo you have do you often sco them V just a littlo proud of tho tears he calls FOR ok THE MONEY. 3SriB"W "5cTOK.B:,ia8e3. Lee, Alalamia a.(I real Southern Dlrlilon. OS "Oh, once iu a while wa get a hack up at a funeral. on, v. 1.. wui.roui .v m. upon her rWwcJaTcarttWoru-lo(hallanoog ant I Itlelng Farm...... II ' ffr)ately. Of course it has not been at a buck, but mostly they are on tho To tho car conductor who docs not for IM1 will make III fifteenth annual It 04 pm Attili.. SEND FOR CATALOGUE ATTORN EY8 AT LAW, The Run under thepreeenl management, ihln'ng 1 10 lllrnilngham btwiglit there by .any act of yours, reservations," replied tho Deadwood take peculiar pleasure in helping the aa alwaya Sr ell-and Utile, mean and gracloua, Hit " Tuacalmaa..... r.riii.iiTY. 7 Kulaw contented and unhappy. Republican and . still it is your duty to chaso it away. man, staring. "They does come iu ladies off his car. AND TESTIMONIALS OF t Office Special attention gleen In enllecllm. a 14 ileprareil and rlrluoua, Inlelllgenl and oh ' Uf lagitoa r tu-nrer 11 T. IMerre'a ainre The Nnn'illihl Ii lor mankind ind wonun ' York I 41 ' I don't mean for you to run at and occasionally, but we don't track with who ever exchanged To tho man kln.lofetrry tort, but lla genial warmth Ii for the Arr. Meridian IU " HUNDREDSOF LIVERYMEN good, while It pourt hot on the bllilrr. shake wur skirts mid tell it to "shoo," them." umbrellas and went off with a worse Vlckibnrl and Meridian Dlrlilon, niHOMAS lMIII.UJIt., IngUckacf the penUtenlly wltkrd And you have "The sweet things TheNiinof law wai a newfnatierol anew kind. a yoarw.ouIu a hen, nor do 1 expect WHO HAVE USED THEM I one than he left behind. I. re. Merldlin... f M pm tldiicarded many of niullllude II W ATTORNEY AT LAW, me iueinuoui womithe forms and01 ancient of " Newton to get on tho other side of such sunsets in vour mountain fastanil pbra.ee you To the small boy who never whisKorea! Ii 4) am tV-Xddres- sII undertook to In a freli,iue--r l ... . t 17 " Incl, unrenaentional way all Ihe newa of the tho fence and throw old oyster cans nesses, and such loves of highway- tled. MTANI'lHI . K . . Oil Jicikd world, oinllting no etent of human Intern!, and IU " men I Do you ever see tIioe delight4 IS " Clinton who has the hardiTo the doctor and pieces of barrel staves at it, as Will prartlce In the (Vuita 01 Ihii and adjoining roiuraentlngiipon alfalra with the featleaaoraa f ' Kdwardi I JS ' Orttra 00 aiaiuie luiiepenuence counlleaaul In tbe Court uf Appeal. ineiucreaaor liliMe- - Arr V Irk iburg ....... 47 did at the cow .yesterday. But I ful highwaymen ?" " hood to tell a wealthy patient that 17. Lanraitcr Street. you rlinenl wai Iheiuccnief I he Fun It rltertrd rnianeni chance In the title ol American newa. Vickiburg, Shrereiwrt A raclllc Dlililen, "Not often, 'mum. .They get in nothing ails him. mornwaritjbu to get up paprre. r.irry iniportini journil eataiiii.ued It Ihla counlrr In tbe doirn yean piit hai AMES O. OIVEN8, II SO am mi I Lre. Vickiburg OHIO. To the boy of 18 who docs not COLUMBUS ing and get breakfast, and when your the brush; and, as for sunsets, we get I eledafterTheVun Italia Ererr liaportant Jeurnil alII 00 I ready eilitlnit haa len niutlne.1 and bctlrrn! by I pu " Tallulah pretty reg'lar in fair weather." 'm know more than his parents. mother comes down and begins to IlKKK' KNCES The Nun'i ... I I IS ' ATTORNEY AT LAW, Ihe Idrre of of I Ml willeiaiuple. nine outipoken, Arr. Delhi. I been lunJIlD I I hat ORXTLtMrn join The Sun tbe "Isn't it just too awfully tool" ex IIS" Monr... to her the amateur farmer who never Rrewnlrr tlilr-hTo surprise, go right up an riiTii ktukrt, and Inteteetlnf newioatvr vagwit, harlon, He , for the THAINn NORTH. glrtn By a liberal uaeol the tueina which an aband past four Tfira. and 'kiss her on the mouth. You claimed the girl, clasping her hatids drew tho long bow when dilating up- aallifactlan toall N far Ihrr hare Ihcui aentire1 LOUISVILLE, D.I Iwujht who ha KENTUCKY. ant proaperlly aflordi,we ilull make II better than Vlckaburg, hhrareporl and Paella Dlrlilon, erer twfore. eipecl In be able In aril a Rrrat liunr more thli on his agricultural achievements. how it will brighten her and rolling her eyes. We ihall print all the newi, putllna Into aeawn thin anr orioe pretloui rrara. Triutlnf Leave Monroe I ISim prompt Practlcee In all tho Cuurte. and nieiiurlnfr IU luiMrtanre not by "Yes, mum," stammered the Dead- To the widow who does not like to jou will I able to All all ortleri prompt! r, 1 am, lyiuade. II 00" Delhi dear face. Besides, you owe her a tbe traditional yardstick, but by lit real Inlereat Nkiiolai lUxai, Ltterjnian. " Tallolah . ItSSpu . ople IMitance from Prlnllnf Ilouae to Ihe lml. kiss or two. Away back when you wood man, "somelimos it's pretty have her mourning becoming. 10 " Delta. . NiuareU not the nnl ronilderatlon with Tbe Arr. VlckiSurg.. 1 10 " Cub-bie- r WAI.UI1II K. VARNOK. Sun. Wbrneierany thing happena worth rer who can talk Okntlkmkv We bar tieen titlng aDil tiling T. W.VARNOM. To the were h little girl sho would kiss you dern too leastwise, it was, the day your work In waget the ptitlculiri, wbrther II happena tne tiaai lour pining Vickiburg ind Mtrldlin Dlrlilon. Duffy came into towu on the without seeming to watch every word jean with the beat ullirounir lor ouraeWe anil In llruuklyni lluknira aellotl to V. E. VAK.NON, when no one else was tempted by T. V. 7 co pm Inallllra we hare decided opinion,, and are Lae. Vickiburg Your bufulr are unlrcriillr accuilomera I landslide." " Mwinll knowledged br our etiftomrra to lie the Terr lieal she utters. tbem In breath and swollen I 00 " your AT LAW, aecuttoined tueiprraiaay what language thit ran " Ulnlon be underttouil We we think about for the price that can tie bought In the couutrr. ATTORNEYS .1 ISO" Do you mean an "An Avalanche " Jacknon.. men and erenK That habit Ii the only eecrilof To the politician who never sought Vour Combination. Spring ilug-g- lapronounceU face. You were not as attractive then t 40 " i " Hraodn by all to I the One.l eorirat, and ratleat rlJIng Til a Hra'a political couraa. HTA.NP(Htl, 1. V. tail" j " loreat.. wagon r are now. And along through avalanche ? Ob, can there be any- the place that seemed to seek him. buggy now In ue? Your llrewater The Weekly Mvji galheralnto eight pagea the It II am asjou j " ""'- I II tieet mailer of theaeren dally Ixuea. An Agrl- la certainly; without a ilral. Taking all In all, OBce inftnirl rVtuar- -. those' years of childish sunshine and thing more crystally utter than an iilineal llanatlManl nf Hkannall.! haIi ?.. II Arr. Merldlm .. we fearleaaly aay that your bugglea cannot lie I 40 " Funny Marriages. market repurla, and a liberal proportion of lllera latrn In the country fr atyle, Uulth.and dura, avalanche ?" AtiUma (treat rVmlhira Dltlilen. shadows she was always ready to cure, T EE F. HUFFMAN, ry.Kienimr, ana aameaiic inieiiigence complete New Eng billty. Youra truly, " In Texmakt A Moiu. the weekly ni'K, and make II Ihe beat newiiper Lee, Meridian ..... "It was pooty tooty, utter," hazard- land," tho early history of Star, " by PprlngfitM, Ohio. I M am by the magic of a mother's kiss, the for Ihe farmer'! bouiehouldlhat waa erer printed.. says tho Boston I II Whodorinot know and SURGEON DENTIST, day SUM, each number ol read and like the Sunof " York. " Urlngiton I 17 " little, dirty, chubby hands whenever ed the Deadwood man, dropping into had In llrerr for which la a (lelconda Ukntlewek. I " Euuw .. a 10 " strange perversion of legal principles, orrr two yeara, and hare not ipenl a dollarnow re hare for interesting ineraiure, wnn tae Leai poetry el tne " Tuaralooaa .... 1 14 " HTANPOHH. ICY. they were Injured in thoso first skir- his companion's stylo of expression. certain day. pruee er ery line worth reading, newa, humor " Inrulagham .... people wero ltd to believe that pain on theni, and thay look nearly aa good pie II matter enough to All a Hare had lmgglca of eereral other manu Otlce (loath aide Main Buret, two doora abort book, and " Attalla " mishes with this rough old world. "The cobbler had a a he had a Ill " more varied and entertaining than any nooeaogoudaa the Columhua the My era Hotel. " Klalng Farm... whoever should marry a widow who lacturera. and find bugglca. lleapectfutly, IH " lluggy Conipany'a book, big or littler crystally shaft up the side of the 7 And then the midnight kisses with whan rePureNltroui Oxide Oai aJmlnliten-T. K. llauaDXAN. If our Uea of what a newipaper ahoubl be, Arr. Chattanooga. was administratrix upon tho estate of Conycra, (ieorgla. quired. pleaaea you. aeod lor tbe Hex. Unrlnaill Heuthera Dlrlilon. which she has routed so many bad butte and one day he was was tooing Our termi are ai followa: her deceased husband, and should, flKKTLKUKsr The bugglea I hare had of your For the dally bitx, a four page ibeet of Iwrolr. Lte Chattanooga ... sopm I 00 am dreams, as she leaned above your rest- around up there, and things slipped through her, come in possession of any- manufacture nire siren me entire aatlifactlon eight rolumna, tbe price by mall, puet paid, Ii M . " Itoyce.. M" I IS " fprlng City They are thelioet I bareerer uaed for the aame 701 rent! a month, or H 50 a year, or. Including Ihe SI less pillow, have all been on interest out from under him." truly, CO " bunday paper, an elghl-nalluckeoM . ibeet of afly.ili col. LTTTmiJJ thing that had been purchased by the amount of money Youra CoLLtna, Llreryman. IH nmna, the price Ii ti centi per roant h, or 17.70 a . .'11 U3 pm " rVdcefuoor. How irides"Oh I how radiant l. these long, long years. Of course, Joplln, Mlaaourl. Hi'" deceased husband, would become ad I WILL RE IN HTASnillO TWO WEEKS year, poelaie paid, 1" 'IX II ' Homerael. The Sunday edition oftbaSux Ii alao furnlihed as" she is not so pretty and kissable as cent of each month, Trora tint Mondae, and In Ijiocaa- year, S 10 OaiTLKKKi: I with tbe II " "Yes, mum, and ho began to radi- ministrator in his own wrong, and manufacture of and bare been connected for fifteen ter two weeka of each month Irom third Monday. aenantelr alll.TOa Weekly loitaterald. pagee, nftr- - " Junction Uty 3. 1 to trt S 40 dealing In bugglea The price of tae Sun, eight DaaillU Jl " A rWe but if you had done your you are, Office In SU Auph llotel.orer Maltlngly a (niuioiix, ie ei a far. rmvieaa paia. ror riuua Your " IlarodibnrgJnncj all ate to'ards town at the rate of 1,000 render himself liable to answer for yeara. but la work doea not look like molt factory awre. rseeiign.i - nign uiiota a.. 4M 1 ot ' work, of ten aenjlng 110 wa wlllaend aneatraropy free. amootbly finlabed In wood. Iron, share of the work during these last K. '. M OHO A N, D. D. B. 11 os " the goods and estate of his predeces- painting and trimming. Material uietl In tbe Nlcholaarllle Addreee.l W. I.NllLAND, IM " Columbua Duggy Cnmpany'a bugglea haa prored to Islington I. Iublliber ofTltaSuir, New York City. ten years tho contrast would not be miles and three furlongs a minute. sor. III 7 04 1 47 " tleortflowa be of the U11. They run light. Kreryoneln 714 ' a" V. I101IIUTT, KOKOE 10 M 00 am who so marked. The method adopted to avoid this tb!i county th-- r bare bought your bugglea are Arr. Cincinnati I .. Her face' has more We seen him a a uttering down the giro the beat of aatlifactlon. well pleated, JOHN SCOTT, Youra truly, wrinkles than yours, far more, and side of the mountains, ripping up difficulty in the marriago of Asa Vice Preildmt and (len'l Mngr, Clnaaatl. O. E. E. Watt. trees and rocks and tooing along, and K p. WILSON, (leal. PiM'r Agl C B IL K yet if you were sick that face would Averill, of Westminster, Yt., to his Wloclvester, Ilia. STANFORD, Kj. rinclanall, O. U HAIIDY, Oenl. Taa. Agentl. V. A M K. It., Vickiburg, Mia. II. CULLDRAN,-Oenappearfto you to be far more beauti his iridescent wife flapped out of her second wife, the widow of Major Pe ONLY A Paaa. Agt, Ala. III. Houlhern H, IL, All builneei entruited to blm promptly and care . WX.a4.KX.1V, lully attended to. JOB F. McOUIRE, (Ian. raaa. Trna. iltl tbaa an angel's, as it hovered over shack and began to raise a row." ter Lovejoy, was very singular. By The circulation ol Ihla popular newipaper la AgU V.. 8. A P. R. B.,Menroa, U. "Poor Lily," moaned tho girl; "did the side of tho chimney in tho wid to you, watching every opportunity comtantly Inireatlng. It contain! all Ike leading Dealer for Lincoln and Garrard Cos. newi o( the Dally Herald and la arranged In bandy minister-tow's house was a recess of considera departmenta. The your comfort, and every she stop the glorious avalanche ?" roaiiun aawa Duffy ble size. Across this a blanket was "No, mum, not quite. one of those wrinkles would seem to 1882. JOURNAL embracm iieclal rllipatchea from all quirtera of CHESAPEAKE & IHTERIDR R. H. globe. Under the head of fetched up against his shack all stand- stretched in such a manner as to form bo the bright wavelets of sunshine auaaicait i areglrenthe Telegraphic Drapalchei from all Open through Kentn rky rla Lailngten cliasinr each other over the dear old ing and began to howl like a bliz o small inclosure. Into this Mrs. parti uf theUnlon, Thli feature alone oakee 'cause he thought he'd lost his THK WILT lliailD To the West and South - Weit. iaco. RIia will lpfiv vnn nnn of lfiMnl" Lovejoy passed, with her attendants, Ihe moat raluable chronicle In the world, aa It la Ibecheapcal, fcrery week liglren a faithful reNo chance of Care between Itlchmond. Chlr- ILLUSTRATED. days. Those burdens, if not lifted mine. But when they tipped the who completely disrobed her and port of lotlearllle.Wayneiboro', rltauntoo add Cincinnati roLiTirAL mwi lo Lwilarllle, eebedule taking eoectla from her shoulders, will break her land slide on one end there was the threw her clothes into tho room. She Ilarpcr'a Weekly itandi at the bead of Anierl. embracing complete an.1 romprrhentlre dlipalrh-e- a and direct rollowi from Waihlngton, Inrludlog full reporlaof the can down. Those rough, hard hands that mine underneath just as he left it. So then thrust her hand through a small aan lllaitrated Inweekly Jonrnali, Ily Ita unpartl pulltlca, Ita admirable illuitra-tlopetition ipeecbeaof eminent polltlclanion Ihe queatlonaet IS I'iir.PARKI), ON ChcHaiicnko at Ohio ItallwHy, Ita the hour. itorlea. have done so many unnecessary things he could work it right under his win- aperture, purposoly made in the akeunei, carefully chuieo aerlali,byabort loreuioit and poem., contributed the Tiia raau Daraaimar der. That was pooty considerable SUNDAY, NOV. 70, 1111. of the Weekly Herald glrea the laleil at well aa authoraoftheday. It carrlra Inttruc lor you will bo crossed upon her lifeblanket. The profferred member was artlitaand Ihe moil NOTICE, lating to practical luueatlonianl dlacererlea relion and entertainment to tbouianue of American THE SHORTEST too, eh ?" and the Deadwood man rjonica. Ihe dutlei of the firmer, hint! for On tbo LexinKton jOiviaion, less breast. Those neglected lipa that clasped by Mr. Averill, and iu this It will alwaya be tbe aim ol tbe nubllihera to poultry, grilni. treet. rrgetablea, Ae , TO EXECUTE Aa , withautteatlooi for keeping building, and DECGMnCIt I, IMl. position he was married to tho nude make Harper', Weekly the moat popular and at gave you your first baby kiss will be never winked. LAWYEIlS'BBIErs, farming utenilli In repair. Thli II euppleinented tractlre finally newiinper in tbe world. "How sublime How crystalline 1" widow CATAUM1UES. CIKCULAB3, by a department, widely copied, unforever closed, and those sad, tired on tho other side of tho woolen rKo, i no. i r.ii der Ihe bead of PROORAMMES, POSTEPJJ, NOTES, "But I was going to say we never curtain. Harper's Poriodicals, WtSTWARD. eyes, will have opened in eternity, Till iioua. CHECKS, CARDS, TAOS, ENVELOPES, PCU YEAR. Mail Siting race lor practical dlihee, hint! for mikrain since." He then produced a completo as Ilarpcr'a Weekly t 00 LETTER 1IEADS.N0TE II EAD8, BILL II EAD8, ing clothing and for keeping up with the laleat and then you will appreciate your bad a sunset 7 43 a 7 PO p m Harp.r'a Magazine. 4 iw faahlonaat Ihe loweat price. Eeery Item of cook., Lrare Itlchmond STATEMENTS, RECEIPTS, BUBPfEN AS, " murmured the girl. sortment of wedding attire, which was ilarper'a faaar ....... "So 10 44 a milO 10 p m .... log or economy luggeated In Ihla department la Due Oordonnllle 4 no mother, but it will be too late. There, WITNESS CERTIFICATES, BONDS, . It 43a m II IS pm Cb.rlolte.tlHe ... practically tailed byciperte Ulott publication. 10 10 "Yes, mostly star-likYou see slipped into the recess. The new Mrs. The Three ebore pibllta'loni WEDDING " Lynchburg Junction. II SO a mill tip re INVITATIONS, Leltera from o.ir Parla and London eorrcepond-cnl- a Any TwoaboTen-iue- i ... 7 00 there, don't cry; she has not left you 1 p m 11 41 a m on the rery liteat faihleoa. The Home De' Wayneaboro the land slide stands there to this Averill soon after appeared in full Ilarier'a Young ' eople- FUNERALN0TICE8, 180 am .... 1 SO p ml I partment el the Weekly Herald will aate Ihe Ilariier'a Mag.ilne PUunton....... yet. T5be is down in the kitchen par,w ETC ETC., wnn. ...... S SSp ral 4 It a re " " bouaewifemore than one hundred llmce Ibe price day on end, and thsy don't dare turn dress, ready to receive the congratu Ilarper'a Young l'.ople I ' I 10 p m .. While Sulphur-- .of the paper. The Inteieatiof ing potatoes for dinner, and if you Ilarper'a llaa ra 'quire Library, OneYear m " lllntnn 40 p nil I 00 THAN ELSEWHERE! (52:uiuUri)..... ,,u 10 00 CHEAPER it over for fear of Ailing in the town, lations of the company, and joined BXii.iaot.aaoa 4 00 p feel so badly you might go dowu and are looked after, and eterylhlng relating lo roe. Huntington i 40a m Ka'trian.m Toitaiie Free to all aubierlberi la Ihe United so we don t cet any sun alter 11 in in their festivities. rn.uns anu lauor aanng la careiony recxtrdril UilnllmDif.(K.nC.XB S.K.) W. I IV ALTON, The marriage Htalei or Canada. finish them,' and let her chauge her SbOp m Lve. HuntlDgton. -- MWMMC40am ThrrelaaiuigedeTotedtoalltbe laleat Tho Volumea of the Weekly becln with the Drat Proprietor. Ihe builneaa marketa, crepe, uierchindlae, pbaaeaaf Due Aihlioa . Jr., .,. the morning." Ac , Ac. Tllim 119pm proved happy ; the children by their Number for January each year When no time T. K. WAI.TH.V. Manager dress and rest an hour before dinner. A raluable lealure la tound In the ipecially reportM7-- ) -- .... . .. 10 IS a m Kit. bun, " Morehrad la mentioned, II will be underatood that the aub A perennial twilight I So fearful former partners lived in great har- acribcr wlibra to commence with the Number ed prlcee and condll lorn of " JIl.Ht.illog. .. . II 00 m 144am And after dinner you might do up " Wlnchealer. ,17 ti p m I II a m Tiiaraooi'cc Maaaan neat after the receipt o Tonic r. ly, terribly, awfully utter." ...' I 40 a ra 10 15 a a " Ullnglen ... bportlng newa at home and abroad, together mony, not only with each other, but Ibe lait Twclre Annual Volumea ol IIarier'a the dishes while she takes a little nap " Clnelnaatl(Ky.Cen.K'.y). I SO p m .. with aatorr erery week, a aerraon by aooa emiWeekly, In binding, will lieaeutby "Yes," murmured the Deadwood with those also who were afterward mail, pottage neat clolh exprtai, free of " LoulnllletUAN K'y.) I 00 p m.... . nent dlrlne, literary, mnilcal, dramatic, peraonal paid, or by eipenae Then you might take down her hair and aea notei. There Ii no piper In the world (prorlded Ihelrrlabt doea not eicecdone dollar man. "its just about as utter as born to the new pair. wuicnconiaioiaomucn newi matter erery week NO. II KP.F.I01IT AND PA8HKNOKI1 ierroluiue), fir 17.00 each. Uarei and do it up for her. You ueed not neraiu, wnirn la aeni, poaiage (rac, Itlchround dally eicent Sunday at J.W p ra aad iu. ur-aCloth (Weforrach Tolume.aultable for bind. STANFORD, KY. you get 'em." iwi uuvuuiiir lou cau auiwcnue ai any time. at Charlatteirllle at 10.S0 p m. wind it over your finger and fuss to A female rat had the misfortune to In, will be aenl by wall, poitpald, on receipt of Tbe New York Herald, la a weekly form, 11.00 each And she sat and gazed upon him, a year. Addme NtW YORK l(EKALt), Theatrical Manager! and all concerned are Keralttancea abould be made by mnko .little spit curls as you used to U be caught alive in a Philadelphia trap INa. 4 1 Broadway and Ann alreel, New York Mnuey Orderor Draft, to arold chance of Ion. that thli handaome new Hall, whlchala wrapped in admiration, while he fell by Judgea lo I ooe of tbe do with yours, but give it a gend Newipaprriarenut to copy tbla adrrrtlaeuant pronounced not long ago, and the following day without Milt, nui ' llieeipreaaorperof llarer A llrothera into a reverie and wondered at Brookbrushing and wind it up as gently Addrcii HAKl'EK.t I1II0TIIEIW, New York. sho presented her captor with five CONDKNSKI) TIME. UxlogUDlr.(KLAn8ll'y) ! lyn hospitality in not providing "sand Lre, Loulirllle (I. AN K'yl. 7 00 a ra and tenderly, as if you enjoyed doing One of theso escaped small pledges. " Cincinnati (Ky.Cen.K'y 7 IS a m E'l Suu. boxes" for strangers. " Islington... In Ibe Stale, la 0111 for emacementa. Ill teenerr 1110pm 1 4 pm it lor her. The young man down in and ran into a bottle from which it .. Wlncheiter...-.lUpm I 41 pm NASHVILLE Arr. Ml. mrrllog MotliBrs! and other appurtenancea are new, and the former LOUISVILLE Danelilers, Wives, 7 14pm ISO pm loniuu 01 tho parlor cau wait until you have The Cellar, for Plants. Many could not get out owing to the smooth1 0 p m r.'t bun. " Morehead.. ... " Aihland. 7 14 am Centre Door Fancy Chamber, a Forperformed these duties. If he ex- who have no greenhouse, and cannot ness of its prison walk There it was " Huntington ............ Upu IMam RAILBOAD LINE. 7ISnm Dally est, Mountain Pais, Kitchen with C. A 0. 11. IU presses any impatience, you may ex- afiord the room in the dwelling for found, and tho old rat and bottled Lre. Huntington Itlam Practical Door and Window, a HoDue llloton TI1AINB (10INU NOKTII. 1 10 a ....... . 120pmml I 40 pu plain to him that you feel under them, would gladly keep certain ten- young one wero placed together in a " White Sulphur... .. 5 Si a nil 00 p aa rizon, a Street and a Practical " Willlaraaoa'a..,.- -. 10 m 7 IS more obligations to your mother than der or half hardy plants through the cage, bince that tune tne mother " Staunton.. Bridge and Mountain Pan. ....,. 10 00 a milO i p ni January V, 1U1, a Ex, Sun. a " Wiynihoro.m..... 10 SI a milI M am mi you do to him. If this does not seem winter. For such purpose a cellar has fed her offspring h) dropping bits Lr. Klchmond,., kSO am " Lynchburg Junction ... It 40 a m 3 oil a ra 11 M jA. to satisfy him, ask him how many auswers admirably, Indeed, we know of tood down the neck of the bottle " IncaaUr,.M...HMM Charlolleerllle.,... 11 OS pm tit in " IJtlne.mn, 10 44 (lerdooirllle... . 114pm i 47 a m times he has got up in the middle of of florists who have constructed cel- and quenched its thirat by sticking " Richmond 1161 pm . I 00 p mi I 00 a a Andcomtortable Dreiaing Itnoiaa are alao Included. "' Crab Orchard..... Managera will take notice that 8Unfurd...... la aa the night to warm peppermint for you lars expressly for keeping plants into the same orifice her tail dripping ' Bhelby Clly 111 N. U A II. 8. R'y rune hy Colambui K. Daurllle Junction.... ISO time 21 mlnutca ilower than C A O, It'y time. The Town is in Easy and Close Access " Mllch)l.burg. when you were dying with the colic, through the winter. IIS NO. I MAIL Connect! it Lynchburg Junction It is not ex- witli water from the pau provided fur ' Lebanou SOS far the boulh and at Aihland, Ky., By rail of Danrllle, leUuon, Laneaiter, Richor how many hours ho has carried pected, nor is it desirable, that plants her own uso. " New Haen.... m...,, 4 OS with Sclota Valley Kallruad for the at mond and feuuiereel, Crreiondence wllb Ar. Ibanon Junction..., 4 4S Leilnglon, Kr., with Kentucky Centril Rillwar you up and down tho room just coinpaulca anllclled " Clnclnuall Juuctlon., 0S in the cellar should grow. They are for Cincinnati and the Wait; and wtlh U AN. At a juvenile party a young Loulirllle... It' lor the bouth.weat. B. MARCHISI, DR. you would not bo quieted in any merely to be kept put to sleep, as it W. P. WALTON, Manager. nu. 1MAU LAN and Kentucky Central about seven years old kept UTICA. N.Y., It'ya connect at Leii cgtoo, K y., and Helot i auay TIIAINS OOlNd SOUTH. other way? Ask him to repeat were, until the return of spring makes Biaoorerer of J) It. MABCHiara himself from the rest of the company. lt'r at Aihla d, Ky , with No, i No. 2 necta atLyncbburg Junction ror the TJaTly Mother Hubbard backwards, and if it sate to place tnem out again. and Boulh. UTERINE CATIIOLICON, weal, ana at mcbaiontl ror the South. January 1,1181. The lady of the house called to him : K POSITIVE CURE rOR FEMALECOMPLAIalTI. I be 1 Pareit aud licit Jledlclua tier JlaJa. Kl. Bun. NO. I r he is unablo to do it, it will bo a proof Plants in tho cellar, while they should at Huntington wllh ...... aa... a .4,1 ..lIi.-iI.r !,.. B. tearoera lor Ctnrlnnall and Ihe Writ. "Cotuo nud play anil dance, my dear Lr. Loulirllle Tlili remedy will act In harmony with the fe124 am dmklaaiiJ Dandelion, ami ail tu.ben and male iratem at all timet, and alio Immediately 1 40 Lt. Stanford positive that he is not the one that never be wet, ought not to get dust- NO. 4 f.XriOjM- - Connect! at Lynchburg Junc..... 111 pu Choose one of those pretty girls fur upon ma abdominal and ntarlne maaclei, and re- - I nn.. a urallra rrofetina ot all oilier lutiera, tion fi.r the North) at Itlchmond for the South'; " Crab Orchard-..- .... " lu.aoa in.KrT.ir.. aioou has repeated and explaiued it to you dry, hence they must bo looked to oo lore them to a bealthr and atrone conditio Ar. I IrlotXon.,.. ......, and en Tueadiya and Fridaya with O. D. B. B. far i.ivr 144 ' 1" cried tho t or, aud Ul. and llealiu ILkliMlug n fleir U your wife." "Not much Dr. Marcblal'a I terlne Cathollcoo will cure fall ,,,,, New York Lr. lanml" ., 114 " ig.m suVawaaaaawa earth. 1,700 times. Catechise him to find' casioually during tho winter months. Ar. Itlchmond.. 4 S3 Ine of the womb, Lucorrhna, C'tiroDlo Inllamma-lio..... " Pnllnian Sleeping Coachea ilailr en Nee. I aad young cynic. "No wife for met Do an rOMlbl r lour eil.t wl,.,allap u .11..-.and Ulceration of the Womb, Incidental 2 between Huntington aad Wllliainaoa'a. rarMJ au4 parlacl era Ibtlr out if he ii the one who gave you the Ucmorrbace or Flooding, Painful, Suppreaaed Ihll.ia .i e Sleeping Coachea dally en Nee. 3 aad i batwrea f American Agriculturalist. you think I want to be worried out of and IrreEular Menitrnatlon, Kidney Complaint, eiiallom PULLMAN PALACE OAItN Itlchmond and While Sulphur. black sOk dress, and sat up to tunica tad II eipeciaUy adapted to the Change lit LWe. Sraciai. Notice, New Coachea through berti7r;tixillfmltli::tilttttltllsJ'a- life, liko papa ?" Send for pamphlet free. All lettcra of Inquiry tween Cincinnati aad lUcbiaood on Nee. I and 2 To Memphli, Utile Rock, Mobile, Montgomery Ta.il aiiuM aliiinleiiueiitie.uM Irreaul.tl Way to Tell my freely amwered. Addreaa aa abore. An Excellent it whiltryou were off having a good e without change. and New Orleani. IfvrikelniwelaoiV urliuiry oraam. or wlio re('(lit HAM! 1IY AM, DHL'liOISTH. Ac, apaly Iu Forritea, tfcketi, quli.au aiixllMrX 'O"1 aJ uill.1 Mliiiulaal, KoMouk IIauo Times If;ou will tjp time. Corner him up and make him Wiietiigr Canned FnuiT in Going IMceMl.fiOiicr bottle lie eure and ailc for any office of the C A O, R'y, or depot or e llonii.ii.r.aialu,.l,M-iiiiu- i iiiiur EMIORANTS, TAKE NOTICE I of connecting llaea. .iicntllng 10 much on One clothm, rich font Dr. Narhlit'a VUrlne CetboUcou. Take no other. lontlnu. admit that he went without a new to Keei on Not. Tbe next day after II. W FULLER, O. P. AT. A. or iriiiptMua Noiiuiii.r wli.ljuurf.Xallnii Thla route la orar good IkmIiIi food, C.W SMITH. Ilea' Manager. ar.wiuiiiii.uiMraji.oraJI,u.ai bonnet last winter that you might en- cauuiug stand your jars on their heads and atjle, buy iiu. ii.tiut. SOU HUh Shortest to T.zaa, t.i.. li.iiiaituiiiiljouamre tick but if jw ind Utter clollilng, get more real anil or niiMraUa,luseliiMi at aoea. joy a 312 one that you admired so for an hour or two, then right them, COA.li! COAL! COAL! ftiilrffll.l your Ilia II hail ad ImiKlreJa, Tlma much quicker and ralea lower than by aay lf thing of life every war, ami Itiu.y.ta other route. It la alao the teOOllllepaldfiracala lli.f win not much. Wring from him a confession aud if no moisture is found on the atop the foollili habit of euiplnjflng tui.orWip. Do not eunir le"el your f rlemi, .tiifheliai flitch iu kit side, brought cover of the rubber riru they are air ipenaiTe, iiuack doctor or uilnj; no much I ,urtir.lit u.aaiiduiK. tLiu lu Hop B QUICKEST, CHEAPEST AND DEST Wo continue to act u Solicitor! for Palenla, Catcall krepfnhan. tunitautl and will dellrer lo Tradu Marka,CnpyrlghU, eta , for tho United Male.. lieiuciiilr Hop lutt.n U DaV.'u. drunavl ItAlllea in all twiinla Ita Ulaannal Mhertfbyiloii1g'-- U Canada, Cuba, Englaud, Franco, Oermany, etc. Wu Tlll .l. your finery week tight and will keep auy length of oflhevlle humbug medicine that iloea I'arlleeea cheip aa auybudy, Ihe -, druuli.u biirtruni. lml toe luralw B " '"U-- U HHUUIM, yeara experience. Iowa, Nctruki. CulorftJo. ArktDtJU. raiuu bare bad llilrly-Hv- o lodUoa. 7" "., " l.uiriii..f.riiiauailiie lniUDekv after week. Then show him out the time; but if the least drop of vagrant jou only lurui, and put Juur Irtiat In lliat am iiora- - ana no PatenUobtalncsl i.im or r.i oil cbtbgt ilrInlfinn.lliin to Cbtrttfo. ttt...LouU.. &od Kut. XimrioAMHlCiN, thruugh Ul ate bvtlcrd In the ICI Tblalargw and aplendld l...i. l.l.l. ,L. iL aewMnawawawk alalfllflIJ I., 1 tuple, pure remedy, Hup Hitter' that BEST COAL ON TUB MARKET. iii.,nM,iu.iiiiii,a.n. front door, put on a calico apron, and juice has found Its way out, put more week y per, $ S .K 0 a y ear.ihuwi the llogruaa aae, V.r Colorado, and Emigrant Ilatra to rlorlda, IrnMllbla cure 1 alwaya at a trilling coat, you will ice Ibbaceo aJU0WjH Teiaa, Ac, addreaa au wiorinoua jerjr lulcruailn. (if, ATMOHE, vt Bcteaor. la Addreaa MUNN Aand baaPatent Sollcl. IkiwNiMMiiiiMMiiueiu.dni.vi.l .go out nud kelp your mother make of the sealiug mixture over tho top or cuiea time, clreulattin. a eall, Office Iu Hale A Nuuuilley'i, uie CO.. ar,. tfc ndl.wH Or V, and have good health, 1 Slauloid, J, Amtuout, Agent, LouUiUle.Vy. food Hit Jelly, and I guarantee you will think the fruit will surely spoil. II ami book about ratonta free. Ntw York. JAHUI H. MINNIILLKY, otaaiord, ij. BKEJJXT'&OTXZii 3CY. A Literal Reward Will Be Chen moro of yourself, the world will think To the writer fur the pirn who will bo happier more of you, and you never said that his contribution was and better for having ilono so. rill'liril MRFmiKT. IMltlTf FOIL NATK. FINE PIANO FOItSALEt Peck's Sun. Curtain-Ltctu- y rt UUMfflRl wffSlW cYseff-rrapecl- IHTHEWORlD. mmx cV , Pee. t KTI10lt!T, 8IIUTII -- IU J. . t fifTer mU my form, eonilillngnf ill lor rVMlvceeerry Sundae rwirnlngind nil hi. Prayer MeellngaThureday nlglite. Sunday School ACRES, the ONE HUNDHr.D 8 Hhna, Superintendent flO a J il Wnman'e MlMlimary Society nMi here en the lit Lying on Ihe Creb Orchard pike S wllee from Mr T T. unday In each meiilb, at I o'clock manriiru 1 no improTenienii aro new anu inHM I'aeleea, Plealdenl, Call ami aro nil tho rum U veil wtlrirH SnS.ll T. N. laAHSOM. Ray. J M. Pealor. SeMlcee BAPTIST and fourth Rivca. Sunday!, morning and If hi. Prayer Meeting erery Wrdneeday after-noo- n Sunday School it 30 a m. IX. K. Harrow iuperlnlendent STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, -- Wonhlpby lh romrentlon CHRISTIAN Preaching by KM. Jo. Hallou tlKIIITBT.BTAKHinil, KV., on llml and Third tonl'i dare Sunday School I t 14 Jim Sererince, Superintendent. 0, 0. WINE, Mct:i. DIIKCIIVTr.KtAN, 8OI1TII -l- ice I I tut. paMnr. nundiy School at I 0 John W Union Prayer Meeting mi luiul, Superintendent Mill IK 1 Wr.lne.tir nlghle rBtatl nT.. lwm Mm. 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