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The Wrong OH His namo was Augustus Bmythc, ho was n clerk in n dry goods store, nnd didn't earn enough to starve do ccntly on, but with that siiblimo as surance which distinguishes tho young man of tho day, ho was paying attention to tho prettiest girl in Detroit. Ho managed, by not paying his washerwaman or tailor, to talco her to operas and theatres, but as times wcro getting hard, ho concluded to marry her and savo the expenses of boarding. Hy somo process of mental arithmetic known only to the genius, ho decided that what was not enough for one, was enough or two, nnd forthwith he concluded tl? pop. Ho know that bis persistent visits bad kept nil other young men away, so ho had nq fear of a trial. When tho time camo nnd ho found himself in tho company of Miss Laura in her papa's comfortablo parlor ho leisuroly seated himself by her on. tho sofa, took her little dimpled hood, used only to tinklo tho piano with, and said, in a bronze voice: "Dear Miss Laura, I have conclud il eye-ston- iilenof ImtfnaL 10, STANFORD, KY TUESDAY. JANUARY . What it Monty t A fjw weeks ngo two gentlemen ramo into my offlco nnd put before mo a national bank note. Thoy remarked that thoy hnd agreed to nbido by my decision, nnd they asked mo this simplo question : " Is this money ?" " Certainly it is money," I replied ; nnd one man went off In triumph and ono was sad. Perhaps tho disappointed man had presumed that I would say : " No, it is not monoy, becaus'o it is not gold or silver." Now, gentlemen, was my reply right or wrong ? Lot us settle this point before we cnlargo upon tho uses of monoy through tho operations of n national bank. And though I am well aware that it is hard to find ten men who will ngrco to precise definitions upon this subject, yet I will venture this : Monoy is a measure of n value, and a medium of exchange. Whilo it may not bo wealth, it is that which distributee wealth. While it may not be capital, it is that which employs capital. In short, it is tho measure of a valuo and the medium of an exchange. Let me illustrate in a moro familiar way. I toss before you a nickel flvo cent pieco. You say that is monoy, and you ae right, be- causo it measures tho value of flvo apples. Or, I show you a postage stamp set in a tin frame, such as we were onco obliged to uoc, mid you say this stamp is, also mouoy. But I may contend that a poslago stamp is not money ; but you will reply that if a stamp will buy apples, then it is money, for it becomes tho measure of a valuo and the medium of exchange. A hundred years ngo Indian corn was used for money ; it bought goods and paid debts. Tho old minister, in my native city, was paid bis salary part in paper monoy, part in corn money, and part in hardwood monoy. The corn was used nt n fixed prico per bushel, and wood at so much for a cord. They paid debts, they were measures of a value nnd mediums of exchange. W. E Gould, of Portland, Maine. fivo-iloll- 1882: NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 7. W. T. P. WALTON, R. WALTON, - Editor anj Proprietor. Manager. - Business Suiisckiition, S2.50 Pim Annum, I.NVAKIAIU.Y K AnVANCK. Detectives at Weddings. ( In tlio Hast detectives nro employed to attend big weddings. It il their Imsincss to hover nround tho collection of costly presents and, sco that tiono of tho guests steal nuytb5ngr, It U only,nt weddings attended by the very highest toned that detectives nro necessary, which is rnthor n compliment to. peoplo who don't protend to any particular tono themselves. Theso detectives havo to lw men of intelligence and good address, and thoy aro required to attiro themselves in swallow-tail- s of the regular pattoro, s6 that thoy may pass for guests nnd excito no remark while exercising tho necessary vigilance. Yet if they aroyouug ntcn' and converse intelligently, thoy must! ed to marry.'1 ; form 'a striking contrast to tho Laura started, as ho Intended slio society fellows of the day, and tins would bo suspicious in iUclt. Hut should. Then ho resumed grandilotho intelligent detcctivo probably quently: "I want a dear littlo girl holds his intelligcrco in check upon, about your size, with a great hie; liko' yourrf, J to felmro my ucn occasions. Kleptomania, un- heart Jii'tt lot." known in tho lower walks of life. "Is it on Jcllcrson Avenue?" mur whero they simply steal when thoy Laura take something that doesn't belong to mured 'No, dearest, it is on Crogan street, thorn, is an unfortunate malady that but what are localities to hearts thit sometimes attacks .pcoplo. moving (ti love? I want n'girl who is ' good tho higher circles, and it is to guard against this that detective, aro cngag-- , tempered, smart, economical, and who loves me. ' Darling, do you know of ed for theso great events which dazzlo such a one?" tho social world. Thoy of cour.e Laura faintly: "Yes, oh' yes, I am must bo posted as to tho peculiarities of cuests and thoroughly inform sure I do." "One who would rather live with rl on tho subject of priceless gems. mo in poverty than dwell with some Tho fair kleptomaniac approaches tho tablo nnd takes up an elegant other man in riches? Who would diamond ring, which she is nbut to esteem it n pleasure to servo me, cook meals, keep tho house tidy, and placo on her finger to study its effect. my listen for my Who would "Pcrral4,me, madam," says tho detecno up early nnd sit up lato lor my tive, gently but adroitly taking it from her. ''lo call your attention to tho par- sake?" "Oh, how beautiful," murmured ticular light wen in this gem. This Laura; "just like a dear, self sacrificed diamond is from llcnarc. ono of tho sacred cities in India. For centuries mau." "Do you know such n one, my an- it blazed in tho forehead of ono of tho RCl?" images representing Gautama Buddha "Yes, T do," responded Laura, ferhimself and was tho richest jewel in vently; "but you must not call mo his shrine. During ono of tho many your nngel, for sho might not liko it; wars in that land tho temple was pilshe's in tho kitchen now washing the laged nnd tho diamond eventually dishes, and sho. told mother sho'd as came into tho possossion of ono of the leif get married this winter as livo famous Ilcgums of Oudo. Tho lady out, if she only felt ablo to support a prized it above nil her earthly twsses-sionhusband. Slio's just tho girl you but at last sho. too, was dc- - tentit nml .clia'11 InvA vmt tvilliin an " -Jw" -- I !. 1R.!.I. ...!L1 .( !l I.. I your life." "nch Sir Elijah Impcy, of whom you havo But Augusta Smytho had fled into read in Macauloy's essay upon Wartho outer darkness; the too muchness ren Hastings and in your further reof the occasion ovcrcamo him like a searches into tho history of tho period. Detroit Press. summer cloud. On tho robber's return homo to EngEtery Day Transactions, land ho was afraid to keep it, and In tho market: Young housekeeper sold it to a wealthy planter from Vir"Havo you a calf's head ? I think ginia, thon otn a visit to London. John would like ono for dinucrV by tho war, ho was com"Yes, wo havo ono nicely cleaned. pelled to deposit it to n New York jowcler, and henceforward it will Shall I send it up?" adorn tho finger of iho lovely bride." . "And havo you any quail ? I think And thus it is, wo suppose, that the quail on toast would pleaso him." "Somo just in this morning." detcctivo protects wedding gifts, nnd "And, let me see, a loin of beef. la Cinhelps entertain tho company. it quite the season for venison yot?" cinnati Saturday Night. "No. Shall I send tho calf's head, Labor Statistics. quail, and join of beet ?" Tho third annual report of tho New "Well, no, I guess not. .You can Jorsoy Bureau of Labor Statistics, givo me half a pound of pork steak." just published, shows' n fairly encour At tho dry goods emporium : ''You aging stato oi.afTairu.' It shows that warrant this silk to be " tho avcrago amount spent by working-me- n "Oh, yes, lady. Just tho best silk in a year, is 8 155.27, mid tho imported. If it cracks within a year, avcrago nmount earned 8 I08.Q3, leav- we'll .mako it good. Beautiful pieco ing an average saving of only 813 2G of goods." in, a year. Tho expenses also iucludo "Well, now let mo sco your plush sundries, tobacco, liquor, physicians' es and.velvejs.'' and druggists' bills, fend other similar "At the next counter, ma am, someitems. Tho report says that the truck what dejected. compulsory dealing with system Lady goes to tho notion counter stores in which tho employers havo an and buys half a yard of elastic nnd n interest is nearly nbolishod in the paper of hairpins. rjtnte, nnd that ucarly nil tho wages In the clothing-houto- : "I want n aro paid in cash. Tho nvcrago num- bang-up- , common scuso suit. Ono ber of hours per week during which that'll bo dressy and not too good for labor is performed is sixty. During businctK." tho past year thero was n marked "That's just tho cheese. Everyin the number of days lost way equal to custom made. Nobo through inability to obtain work. The dy'll over know tho dilloreuce, and u avcrago was forty from this cause, third less in price. Same tiling inado while last year it wus eighty-seveup would cost you " The avorsgo from kicknoss was seven'H'm; yes. llqw much have I teen. Wages hnve nUo advanced iu got to pay for nn overcout to mulch?" most occupations tho uvcrago fur men "1 can M'll you an overcoat, there. thisyeur being $1.7$ as compared to Ain't that a daisy? Silk lined, fur $1.15 last year. A fact shown in tho 8 to you, you know." report is that n great number of labor"Got any 'o them thirty soven cent ing men dejieud for substantial assis- suspenders left ? I'm comiug all to tance upon their families; indeed, that pieces." Dealer does him up n pair receive aid in in n hurry and forgets to usk him to nearly nil this way. call again.- - Nqw Haven Register, high-toned foot-steps- ? s, Trarels ef an Tho following rcmarkahlo incident has just come to our knowledge. It would seem almost incredible, wcro It not for tho ahsoluto veracity of the gentleman making the statement. Mr. Hufiift Miller is n farmer nf this town, living nt Somo fivo or six years ngo, just lieforo retiring, Mr. Miller placed in his eye what was known as nn eye stone, for the purpose of removing a moto, as he had frequently done before t,ror mo benelit or those of our readers who do not know what an e is, wo will explain. It is a small, white, round shell, abont of an Inch in diameter, concave on ono side, convex on tho other, and quite thin. It is taken from the head of a crab, one being found under each eye of that crustacean.) In the morning, when Mr. Miller awoke, ho could not find the stone. He mado a careful and thorough search, but nil in vain, and he made up his mind that it was go no for good. A few weeks sinco ho felt a hard growth on the little finger of his right hnnil. He showed it to some friends, who concluded it was a wart, and advised him to let il alono. Ho did so until about n week since, when it began to bo sore, and he commenced picking at it. Ho soon found out that some hard substance was under the skin, and, digging away, ho finally took out his long-los- t eye stone. Ho examined il so carefully that there can bo no mistake. Ho now recollects that he at one time experienced considerable soreness in his wrist, and supposes at that period the stone was pressing in that direetion. How this bit of carbonate of lime ever made that lone journey without being lost or absorbed is a mystery. That it did so, thero can lie no doubt. fMiddletown (Conn.) Press. e. well-know- n The Worla's Cotton Production. Statistics gathered by the Depart- FALL ment nf State, and soon to be distributed, make tho colton product of the several countries to Notice to the People of Stanford and Vicinity. exceed three nnd a half million pounds I HAVE J tI8T 11F.CH VF.II AND OPENED a year. Of this amount there is fur TUB CHOICEST STOCK EVEU BROUGHT ON I nished by tho It hit l.wi! flwtM with ctrf, n. romprlM tli twit In lh mtrkcl You will And Mmthlnr that Brittlau Merchant Tailor ought to h?e, The Mock comprlm Unitf.1 fillw 2,770,000,000 poimila C'liilliN, rnssl Micros IHiiKoiiJilHfiiiilit j,nrKe Selection oJ Warn-loi- U Kast Indira " 407,000,000 ,',i WINTER OF cotton-growin- Kyil,8mjrna,lc... Hraill Weal Indiesi Total !iC9,000,000 0,000,000 10,010,000 3,600,000,000 four-fifths " " from llio ItostMiiiiiiriiclorlcMon'raiiccHiiilKiiKlHiitl. LAST HUT NOT I.KA8T, A SPLENDID LINE Or'TMMMINUS. " Cutting and Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. Thankful for put rafon, I hop-.b- r atrlcl attention to builnwu, to merit a continuant The figures show that the United Slates produce nearly of the cotton crop of tho world, nnd we know that the yield is steadily and rapidly increasing. Its chief rival, though n long way behind, is as notably declining. In 1875 the area un der cotton in India was 11,450,000 acres ; in 1878 it was only 8,000,000. Tho yield to the acre in this country is nearly four timea Hint in Indin. OUR NEW YEARS TAFFY, H. . mjFIrDY. of the tan. F. STUKENBORG MATTRESSES, CHAIRS, fc Parlor Suits, Ko. O YOU WILL MA VK 10 TO blltvfguuli at our hooMk IS. TJ3SrITTJE,ElII 5 land 11 VaxhI CINCINNATI, O. IP.n Manufacturers anil Sealers lo All Kindt of BRO., Hil UHMaWr &c. Pearl .Street, F.KT. SE5Kli Ml HI W nv A French Dressing Case Sets, JBK W SBn jHk JaK aSH frm The Stanford Intehioh-Journa- l Marble Top with Laro Glass, At 8 15, 850, 8G0, 875 & Upwards. has begun the publication of n y edition. The Messrs. Walton Bureau Sets, 820, $25, 830 nnd up. aro and enterprising busi- Purlur Suits, Seven Pieces, Either iii Hair, Cloth or Terry, ness meu, and havo no such word ns At 830, 835, 840, 850 & Upwards. " fail " in their vocabulary. Midway Visitors to our city are respectfulClipper. ly invited to call and sec onr stock W. P. Walton, of tho Intekior-Journa- l, of goods, whetherthey wish to pnr has ventured on the experi- chase or not ment of making his excellent paper a Xiin.SA RLMCMRPR T11H l'LACE, II l.nt I'rnrl Mt.,!.ourr Nlile, Nrnr.lnln, liirliinull, Ohio. It is one ot the best edited and printed papers in the State, and wo earnestly hope that his enter03E3CTJDFLOI3: xSa prise will be liberally sustained by his people. fShelbyville Sentinel. WHOLESALE AND BETA 1. DEALERS IN- semi-weeklwide-awake semi-weekl- Chen by the State Press. JTOH3XT OO., 1 A Chicago paper finds that young men may marry on almost nothing. The Real Scarcity. IT. ' "" "" "" A man went into a bank to borrow some money, lie nsKea il iney couiu loan n thousand dollars for n short time. "Oh, yes," was tho reply; New Year Resobes. There nro probably few of us who " ono thousand, or two thousand, if could not in somo respects have done you want it. ine rate oi inioresi better with our time and opportuni- was satisfactorily fixed, and the bor ties than wo have. Yet it is a mis rower was asked as lo the character take to supposo that if we had n ycr of his collaterals. "Collaterals? I to livo over ngain, or even if we hod haven't got any collaterals,' said the all tho ycara of our lives, wo would borrower. " No collaterals," said the do radically different from what wo banker, " thon it will be impossible havo done. Wo think wo would for us to let you have thei money. 'J and wo aro honest enough in saying Tho man was silent for a few mowhnt we think. As to New Year ments, and then exclaimed : " I have resolutions in detail for special acts of heard a good deal ot talk lately about life, they are ,gencrally mado with the scarcity of greenbacks there good intent, yet they seldom amount wasn't monoy enough to do the busiBut it does not to much. 'A mad resolves that ho ness of tho country. will mark down an account of every look so. I como hero and find you cent he spends; or that ho will keep anxious to lend roe all the money I No scarcity of greenbacks his things in perfect order instead of want But before you lend it you re being slovenly and careless, as in the here, Now thats just past; or that ho will not for tho whole qulro collaterals. year say a disagreeablo word or do a what I haven't got, nnd cau t obtain, disagreeablo act. Ho buys a diary, and havo corao to the conclusion that ruled with columns for dollars and it isn't n scarcity of monoy the coun-centIn this ho makes entries for' try is Buffering from," but a scarcity of Des Moines (la.) Reg about a week. Ho finds an old cbest collaterals." somo pigeon holos, or ister. of drawers and elso ho .secures somo fixtures anew. A Hint en Household Management. His drawors are soon crammed with Have you- - ever observed what a odds and ends, and his pigeon-hole- s disliko servants havo to anything crowded with a (lenso accumulation of cheap ? They hate saving their masunavailable rubbish. He crosses his ter's money. I tried the experiment logs in tho Btrootcnr ns before, puffs with great success tho other day. cigarette smoko into tho noses of his Fiuding we consumed a vast amount anil savagely orders of soap, I sat down in my thinking a match peddler out of his presence. chair, aud took the soap question After n few days ho reviews all his into consideration, and I found broken resolutions and begins to think reason to suspect wo were using ho is a bad sort of fellow for making a very expensivo article, where a them rashly and breaking them thor much cheaper one would servo the oughly. Tho fact is that (ho man purpose, better. I ordered half a dozen forgot the power of habits which it pounds of both sorts, but took tho had taken years to form. Ho thought precaution of changing the papers, ho could, by passing a resolution, do on which the prices wero marked, bo that which would involvo changing n fore giving them into the hands of larco part of his human nature. He LBetty. " Well, Betty, which soap do simply took top large a contract with yOu find washes best ?' " Oh," please out tho menus nf filling it. itir, tho dearest, in the blue paper ; it makes tho lather as well again as the di"I thiuk," ealtl the celebrated " Well, Betty, you tliall alDr. Robert Breckinridge, to his other." vine, ways havo it then ; and thus, the mother one day, "that you were too saved me mauy pounds severe on us boys in our childhood. I do better with my sous n year, nnd washed the clothes better. think I shall Uev. Siduey tiniith. by pursuing u more indulgent course " Well.'Jtobert." replied the old lady, Tho wife of the new Chinese minis" it you can make three as good ter did not accompany him to the preachers out of your buys as I mado Whito House reception on New Year's out of mine, I shall believe there is Day. Sho is only tho third lady of something iu it." rank who over left China. As she s. Making previous provisions for the incidents of matrimony it finds a Stal M: Mi, and all Kinds of Musical HcrchndiH, needless precaution. But tho Chicago paper is giving us nothing new. NO. 66 FOURTH S J1., CINCINNATI, O. Hundreds of young men know nil about this. A youne man has onlv Grand PIANOS, Square PIANOS, nuu Upright PIANOS, to get trusted for his groceries, and move often, to raise a largo and inter- ln Rosewood, Saliuwood, Muhogony, French Walnut and Ebonized Casea, in elegant designs to correspond with nny style ot buroiture. esting family. Sometimes a young man is so fortunate as to get a wife Elegant Parlor Organs, Chapel Organs, Church Organs, who does her own work, and saves enough to pay for his beer and tobac-bo- . With one Manual, with two Manuals and Pedals, containing ths moat beautiful, powerful nud useful combinations ever procured When domestic bliss is so easy in reed Instruments. of attainment, all young men should seek it: Ve invite tho public attentiou to our large and well selected stock oi "Upon tht wingi of lore I flj-PIANOS and ORGANS, nnd our uncqualed facilities for furnishing From f rocr to jciwcrl," the best class of instruments nt low rates. We purchase for net cash in SopfLV Ready. There is now a larger quantities than any other house in this city. The expense of our A is far less than some housbrand of fine cut tobacco known as PIANO and ORGAN Department es doing exclusively n Piano and Organ trade. We have reached lower Thistle Dow. When a man asks for prices than havo been tendered by any dealers in this market, and guarantee a certain kind of weed and can't get all instruments ns represented. We sell on easy monthly or quarterly payit, bo just purchases a package of the ments, and any instrument taken on trial, not proving as represented, may We solicit correspondence with persons desirnew variety nnd murmurs ns he takes be returned at our expense. it, "Thistle Dew." This is an exam- ing to purchase, and take pleasure in answering all inquiries. JOHN CHURCH & CO. ple of a new hand-madjoke that we are turning out now at this office. We have, iu addition to the above highly classical stylo of mirth, a good, fair, average stoga joko at a much smaller STANFORD, LANCASTER and HUST0NVILLE, price. Estimates mado for almanacs, DEALER IN shows and funerals. Wo have minstrel a new and attractive mourning joko Grain, Wool, Orchard Grasss and other Seeds, on hand now that makes death almost Send ten cents a welcome messenger. Boomerang. for catalogue. m -m A Mexican paper gives the following account of a battlo between monarchy of tho deep: "A lake in the rear of Manzauiilo, Mexico, burst its confines last month and poured its waters into the sea. Tho lake was full of alligators, and the harbor of sharks. When the monsters met, n water battlo immediately began, and it was waged for several days iu the prcsenco of most of tho peoplo of Manzanillo. For a long time victory DF1 Jbu I I 3MC trembled in the balance, but tho sapRHsro "w.a.o-oin's- . sharks finally prevailed aud took dinner on tho last of tho ro uted intruders." PIANOS AND OEGANS WEST . e GEO. D. WEAREN, aiM 1 IT. WIAlGrlOlNI A colored preacher in translating the sentence: "The harvest is past, the summer is over, and we are not saved," put it: "Do corn has been cribbed, dere ain't nny more work, and old Satan Is still fool in' wid dis community." m -- - Iu France when vinegar is to be made clean, barrel nre ringed with old vinegar before the new substance is- put in. The rioting is suid to make vinogar in, about half the time required without this practice. - wages-canter- s so I gave up searching for him, for it was us needless as looking for a needle in a bundlo of hay." " Then you shouldn't havo, for there " Aud The onlr bitters ami Ibe only preparaThe aspiring young journalists whu. tion of lion that (fife complete satitfic-lio- n writo to their papers of tho " bills Is lirown ' Iron Hitler; It contain " oo alcohol. It dee not blacken the teath. Introduced are spending the winter O'Sullivan. at Frankfort. It tjirra real strength, f " Nothing easier is nothing easier." than what ?" " Thau fiudjng ueedlo in a bundle of .hay." " Nonsense How do you fiud it?" "Sit down on 1 the bundle ot hay." "'f-?5SSvi2?'When trees are transplanted the af roots are always more or less injured, A.3STID hen co it is always best to cut oil the wounded parts of tho roots aud head lteaiKTM, r, Momith, Huj -back the top to correspond with roots HulUy IMuuh, iJriiin llrlllH, docs not speak any language but her left. OiiUliatorH, IIiirruuN, NlruH-Ciiltei-own, and is extremely diflideut and liny l'rcMiCH, Tbresk Sub a Hkauty. She la the On. on her peraoniQcatlon of all that' lureljr. Her 3nu .Hiu'liliii'H hhiI EHjciHen, cannot support herself alono small feat, it Is not her husband's in- dispoaition ia amiable; her mind cultured; And other Implements and Machinery. We buy exclusively from ManBfo4uierfj d direct, for cash, in lots, aud consequently obtain the largest dhoouBt aid tention to expose her to the curious her heart kind and pure all became her Qoodi a: Reasonable PriOM lowest rates of freight. Oar motto is t 'Tirst-ohu- s health was restored from using Drown' until she is a littlo more at houig in tho Best is always the Oheapeat." Respectfully, Iron llittera. Couiinenti of a leadlug the new world. She did. not eveu nlifilctan on i illent he prescribed Stanfoid.Ky. GEO. D. curds, but remained iu strict ltrown'a Iron Hitter fur. Alt ladlej should w, uur.K.v & Uauapn IltuleatllU Manager UucuUr Journal, uae it. BUGGIES Nclf-liliHle- OABEIAES, Hake, Coru-Sliellcr- Coni-lMHiiter- In't car-loa- l. ivitiii:s, l.t. WEAREN, williamh, rft. S'TA.lsrFORlD, 2CY. Tuesday Morning, w. p.' January ID, 1882 whtoi, editor was Mt npart by the YEfiTKnDAV Legislature, to consider a whipping post bill, but judging from tho man ncr it was treated when brought up beforo the body last Friday, there is not much show for its passage Tho averago member is too much of n demagoguo to vote for so important a measure, even though ho bo thoroughly convinced that it is almost imperatively demanded. Ho is afraid of offending that portion of his who wniilil in nil nrnlmliilitv - the benefit of the bill and he gettherefore, to keep in with that class, and tothoodwink those who favor the bill, prates about a return to barbarism and a retrogression instead of an improvement in tho matter of pun ishment.. Now we believe that there have been many things handed down from the barbaric ago that can not bo improved on, and whipping for petit larceny and other minor crimes is one of them. The man, bo ho whito or black, that is mean enough to steal, carea nothing for the disgrace of going to jail or spending a few days piddling on a rock pile. Ho eels much better board and lodgings than ho does at home, if ho happens to havo one, nnd the work is just as near to nothing as ho could wish. Then what punish or the jail to ment is the such a class? It has not deterred them from following their thieving operations at all, and the State and counties have been run to great ex pense for nothing. But there is some real punishment about the whipping post, and it possesses the merits of being sharp, decisive and inexpon 8ive. Tho thief who would smile at a- - eentenco to 30 days on tho rock pile, would assume a different expres sion of countenance if the sentence wero changed to 30 heavy lashes on the naked back. Thcro is rio crim inal; be he never so low, that would not .feel the disgrace of having his 'back bared and his flesh cut by a pub lie flogging, not to say any thing about the bodily pain it would give him. The two together would act as an almost sure preventive of crime, and the expense of the prosecutions would be greatly diminished. As a measuro of prevention, of necessity and of economy, tho whipping post should be re established, and we hope the Legislature will be manly enough to enact a bill that we are confident a ' majority of tho people of tho State are in favor of. Tho talk among the' Republican members that such a (bill is mainly advocated by men who want another chance at whipping their former slaves is the merest bosh. The Jaw "would of course apply to ev erybod who steals, and no honest maapeed have any fears from it. We arpleased to' know that both our Senator and Representative are for tho Whipping Post, aiid we hope they will use their best endeavors to secure work-houso boro ovidence that hanging is not entirely played out in this country, and that thero nro still left numerous localiliei, whero a life is demanded by tho law, for a life unlawfully taken by another. It was a regular hangmau's time, no less than six persons having been sent through by tho hempen lino on that day. St. Louis had a doublo show, and as it was free, thousands of peoplo elbowod and crowded each other to get the most of it. The leading characters in tho tragedy wero Jos. M. Kalovsky, whito, for killing his sweetheart, and Charles Ellis, for removing another negro, and they played their parts very fairly. Ofcourso they wero in- Last Friday At O.kalonsi, Inwt, Saturday, four The Mercer County EMcrprite has changed to a quarto, and is improved boy who wrreotit lart-i-- l shooting with a new gun, rrrklrsxly (lied at a wooden insg in many ways. Mr. Caldwell ovi atlne in which were stored 600 krg of dently intends to keep right up in the powder. The powder exploded, the boys front ranks of journalism, and wo are were blown lo atom; many house In that glad to sco that he is prospering in his portion of the town were shattered. The shock of the concuwion was fell thirty laudable ambition MONKY WANTED. lUtTnjt M1 nut tT In l ml II ll. !. W tl WUIIN U. I WI a Ml, IaIis SIM ImleMnl la m lo either cell on on Mr. A.C, Marlln, who ..... will .1. .I.t maun, ... .!..! in iiirir inviini lh hamlsn'an offleer ..!. ')'' In I ....J Hill eonllnutst .lit 1 ..I.m.I In Will ,IBTI .11 me It lk,.u u.iil "setiltor "" nil J at tbt Horn I n'AHrteef&BcigU IIiitcJiinI received mid trill beep coiiMlitntly on hand n fresh lino of tho e holecrtt -- t-- J. E.IYNN.IIsU.(lsp. umLAmTT. Senator Blaln haa presented a petition of C. Ij. Holme, and other clllten of Ca- which was appropriately referred. A bill to put women upon exactly the same rooting with the man in the marriage relation, to far aa property i concern' tl, liaa been presented. On a personal application from Judge Brown; both bodiea passed a bill for a special Court to trr the Ashland fiend, to conrene at Catleltsburg on the ICtli. A joint resolution to appoint a com miltee to investigate the working vt the Auditor' Aeent Act ha been adopted, and aale of real estate under il provision unjiemled fur CO daj. The Senate hai adopted a resolution to meet at 10 A it. and adjourn at 1. It I feared that many of the member will die from over work. Two houra-anis a day of exercising hi enough to kill any man. fj jts passage. Tiieke is a certain class of people, like Guiteau, that have such an over weaning desire for notoriety, that they will do almost any thing to keep themselves beforo the public. Minnie Brooks, of Chicago, is a represen tative of the class. A year ago she created a sensation by turning her beer garden into a religious meetinghouse and taking tho lead in the re vivals, but it was soon discovered that she was a fraud, and she wusj allowed again to return to obscurity. Hut sho would not stay there, and comes to tho front a second time by publicly' marrying a full blooded negro. Sho'll have to givo up seeking notoriety now, however, for raising a rau- lato a year, will about occupy all of tho time at her disposal. Echo wants Col. Kobt. Boyd rccoguized by the admin istration with a fat office, and devotes a column to his virtues und claims. With a half partnership in 200 "star routes" one would imagine that the Col. has all the fatuess that the most fastidious officeholder could wish. But then the Col. bus not learned the ways of Brady & Co.. and perhaps does not recognize a good thing when Tuc Mountain ' he has it. writes us, A comtcarpKUENT claiming the reward offered in our luft, defying us to show that he ever pretended to having "just dashed ofl1' Ills communication but admitting that many of them were "Jcuhed' in different. He is entitled to the both for his just appreciation Off his articles, and his caudor in it. Tub Uativille Advocate has been converted at last, and now favors the bjll. whlpning-jos- t At for us, we cau't see why oeiy man, who wants to K'O a stop put to petty crimes, is not an advocate of tho bill. President Hayes lias just preented the engineer that sated his life in a collision last March, with a gold watch and chain marked $500. Last Friday night the Kentucky Central Bridge across tlie Licking Hirer at Cynthiana, was washed away the second time tli is reason. The decrease in the National indebted ncsa during the last half of 1881 amounted to upward of $75,000,000, or nearly three million per week. Mr. Huntington paya an annual rental of $00,000 for the Cecilia Branch of tbe L. A N., and has the privilege of purchasing it any time for $1,000,000. A fire which originated in the Opera House at Owensboro, burned that establishment together with the whole block on Friday night, causing a loai of $30,000. Some of the star route case will be brought before the Grand Jury within ten days or two weeks. The Doraey routes will be the first taken up by the Government. The prop osition to set aside the action of the court martial which degraded Gen eral Porter meets with stubborn opposition in Congress in spite of tbe changed views of General Gnnt. The perjietratora of the Ashland horror waived examination, and were sent to jVit at Mayaville under heavy military guard. A special term of the Circuit Court will be held for these cases on tbe 16th. The Governor has ordered the Lexington Guards, McGieary Guard, and Mason Guards to proceed lo Mays-villwhere they wilt take charge of the Ashland fiends and carry them to for trial. -- The officers of Somerset have received Blackburn's reply to Burbridge's a telegram from I. A. Powell, Sheriff of letter has been given to the public. Elk county, Kansas, notifying them of the of It is short and pointed, retracts noth- arrestthe Jim Logeof Lair, who ia charged AVils Alcorn, in Pumurder with ing, and promises, whenever occasion laski county, in 18CIJ. requires, to speak of Burbridge as his V. M. Nelson the premium hunter infamous course deserves. In his re of Daviess county. He ha killed during ply, Burbridge seeks to excuse his the past year 1,144 squirrels, 160 raccoons acts during the war, and publishes a and twenty wild turkeys, In the small long list of those who believed that apace of about 1,000 acres in Panther creek flits. Owemboro Messenger. he acted right in the premises. He The friends of Fitz John Porter are is particular not to oflend Blackburn very much elated at tbe frank avowal of further, and the whole aim of his let- Gen. Grant that Porter has been wronged ters seems to bring himself promi- and ought to be vindicated. They expect nently before the present Administa-tion- , to get a bill for Porter's reinstatement to aid him in his thirst for office. through this Congress now without much difficulty. Blackburn should never have dignified The charters of nearly six hundred him with a response to his first letter. National Banks will expire between now The Grand Jury of the United and February, 1883. Of this number 383 States Court, in session at Alexan- represent a capital of $92,000,000 and a circulation or nearly $70,000,000. It can dria, Va., is evidently of the opinion be safely estimated that of the that Mr. Carraicheal, who iu writing bank will renew their charter. to a friend on a postal card, characOver 700,000 immigrants landed in terized Mahone as "a d u dog," was the United States last year. This ia a right in his conclusions. At any rate greater number by several thousands than Of the 455,631 in they vindicated him by not returning ever arrived one yetr. that landed at Castle Garden, New York, a "true bill" for violating the postal 49,745 were provided with employment by laws as to writing insulting or indecent the Labor Bureau, at wages running from words on cards sent through tho mails. $8 to $15 per month and board, A Louisville member is preparing a It may not bo out of place here to state that thero are a great many peo- bill to repeal the Turner law, and to allow every body to carry deadly neapon it lm ple who cling to the belief that sees fit. lie aaya "that the way the law is "a d u dog," even if they now atanda law. abiding citizen are at the haven't put themsel ves to record on a mercy of the roughs. No law, however postal card. stringent, can keep the latter from curryThe Glasgow Times expresses our ing weapons, and he thinks It wrong that sentiments better than we could our- the peaceful cltizene should not have a to do what the other do without a selves in tho following: The verdict right right. He thinks tbe present law a dead of the peoplo is that the Stato College letter, ao far a it tend to prevent deadly must walk the plauk. Tfie educa- weapona from being carried, and say that tional money intended for Kentucky's until the moral sense of the community be children never reaches the intended against it, all the laws of all the statute destination by that route. If the books will be of no avail " It ia aald that the defense on the Gui Stato has any annual donation to put teau tfue will rely mainly n the fact that where it will do most good, let it go aa the shooting occurred In the District of a towards educating the little Columbia, aud death In New Jersey, the that haven't money enough to board crime Is one or manslaughter, aa defined in section 5,311, United State Statute at iu Lexington. large. Thla section reads aa follows; deGeneral Johnston has at last ''Every peraon who, within any of the nied that be accused Jeff. Davis of place or upon any water described in stealing $2,600,000. of specie left ou section 6,339, unlawfully and unwilfullr, hand at the close of the war. What but without ualace, strikes, stabs, wounds he did say was, that the President or shoot at, or otherwise injurea another, ought to have accounted for the of which striking, stabbing, wounding, other Injuries, such other lr-o- n money. And this remark was evi- shooting or die, either on land or sea within or dently made to injure Mr. Davis and without the United States, i guilty of the to get even with him for his criticism crime of manslaughter." A absence of ou bis military record duriug tho un- malice must be shown to remove GulleiuV pleasantness. Tho length of time it crime from Ihe murder clasa, It is not be. took him to deny the charge, shows I lev td that Judge Cox can rule favorably that he wanted to have it believed. upon this prayer. dead-beatin- g 1 four-fifth- a Ma-bon- o bare-foot- nocent, all criminals are, according to their story, and another just as much matter of courso was that they wero going straight homo to heaven. They all go to heaven, in fact, it would seem that tho surest way to got to that blest abode, is to kill n man and then get hung for it. At New Orleans, two colored gentlemen for murder nnd robbery, accomplished the feat of dancing with nothing but the air to stand on; at Marshall, Mo., John A. Phelps, white, on a like charge was, to use tho expression of a wicked Chicago hcadliner, "jerked to Jesus;" at Elmira, N. Y., Jos. Abbott, white, for tho murder of a fellow prisoner, was worked ofl in a most approved manner, and at Jersey City, Martin Kankowxky had his worthless neck broken for killing a woman. There were several other engagements for the day, but soft hearted Governors interfered and postponed the performances. Wo hope that next Friday may be even moro prolific in the production of gallows fruit. It is tho only way to stop murder. A Washington physicitn bin of fered Scovillo SI. 000 fur the body of Guiteau, whenever that worthy has no further use for it. The offer is not conditioned on the execution of the prisoner, but is good whenever he dies. It is likely that it will be accepted, as both Scoville and the brother of the assassin, are willing to it, not to mention Guiteau himself, and if accepted, the money is to be applied to the payment of sundry small debts, that accumulated against the prisoner, while he was his way through the world. This is a good idea, for if the body, which has been so useless all the time that life was in it, can be turned into account after breath has flown, it should bo doLe. In fact, his numerous creditors should hold a meeting, claim a lien on tho carcass, and compel its sale for their benefit. As part of a side show it will be a fortune to the man who gets it, and for this reason, they might demand a little more than a thousand dollars. away. The ittllway Agt has a rerapllulailon nf the known foreclosure sale of railways in the United Stale Ihe pasi year. Twenty-nroads, with an aggregate mileage ine of 2,617 miles, and apparent investment of $51,278,000 In capital 'look nnd $76, 615,000 in bond and other indebtedness' making thu vaat InUl of $ I '23,000,000, have been sold during 1831 to wind up obligation. their It is lmHirlanl to Pensioner to know that claim for pension filed aft r July 1, 18S0, do not entitle the applicant lo f pensions that is, to pension commencing from the date of Ihe soldier' dilettante but in all other respect are reci'gniied, adjudicated and paid by the Pension Ofliqe in Ihe same manner a claim filed prl'T In July 1, 18S0, but will cmnmenc from the da'e nf filing milt N0TI0E lo STOCKHOLDERS Notice Is hereby elten Ihst a mretlng of the Btetk boldtrs of lh srmert National lUnk of Blsn-wi- ll lie held at the office ol nlil tank Mi Groceries,Confectioneries, FAMILY tVoolen j TIIE 2D TUE8DAY in JANUARY, '82, Per the ruri one ol circling a Itosnt o( Directors for Ihe ensuing j esr MKMd J, B. OWSLEY, Csihler. SUPPLIES, .hhN and YariiM. Stockholders' Mooting. The t k holders olthi Nsllonal nnk nf Stan ld llsnkon ford will meet at theefflroof Alloruhlrli thry will THE 2d TUESDAY nOMil 1533, In JANUARY, '82, Cohler. Soli tit the Very Lowest Possible Margin. They arn nlno hkciiIh Tor tho miIo of .llatlliiKly'H superior Bet wren the hours of 10 a M. and I p, M, lo elect Director, for tbsemulng year JOHN J. MoKOBERTS, A GRAHDJMIMTIQN, y INI 3E. O- - Semi-Weekl- Interior Journal Anillliw LotiUtlll Jaw-bon- e -Weekly IUJTC1.0GK NT AND. One lor Courier Jo.m.i.1 (ispen for Utile mora J. R.WARREN & SON Goto tho Ioh1 Olllco Store for Ninplc nnd Fancy O-RUCERI- ES jesr tS.flO-l- wo recti te fur one (ear the Theunilerstgnril hverirnel Ih iIsihI lately jour iioiu iper will, tbt Courtrr-Juurha- l, of lb. Couth, and Ihe The cot of the Cily OorerniiHiil of kepi by WelUnil, and will keep alwar on haml reireeenttle Iw.t, brlahteetand aklret lamllr Wrcalc In Ihe tbe United Mlate. Thoee who dealre to esatolcie a Lexington fa about $75,000 per annum. a can do ao t lcoif ol tbt Coiirler-JtiurnThe total number of persona killed . thlaoffle. IIcuiMtcukM, Cliolccxt Supply and Injured by the Slianeille (Ohio,) dla-astlie IS &" NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. rs'lng ua than ttiilcnfone. will 'ou will probably reaeli one hundred. The Indebtedness of the Cilj of Nw We wlllliutclirriinlhliiK but tbt Uitol stork, n.l WJLLAHD HOTEL LOTtERY DRAWN. York wa increased $1,000,000 last year, tbeiiiklle will mt drug and dentist Mil, brtgl'-In- g us a call. 14th rolirnnrr. 1882, making Ihe total burden to be borne J. K. IAIIKIS, sm--k ItoitHiH, of l'ork, Million, V. Meal,Flour, Lard,Potatoes Tinware, Glassware, j. ii. iiour. Oil MONEY IIEFUNDED1 Stanford Female College. STAMOICI), II Y. WITH A TOLL CORPS OF TEA0HER8 this IoiUtutlon will opa Loutaviu., Kt , Nocemlierio, int. tla-"- l That the lluard of CVininilaaioner mnaent Inn a.tKir.entent ol Ihe Prawlnf of tht Wlllenl Hotel Loiter? unlit Ihe lilt, dar of t'cl- ruarr, isw.anii mai mer win iwirunaeni io any further ioatmnanientonhuiue. IIobekt MLLoar, Chairman. 11 thsshote resolution Ints drawing uiuilatxl wilt be had on tbe dar Bird, nr owner dlatrlliuted In llrkel.holdera. If enough tlckelasr sold Wfois dale Sicd.lhe drawing will be bad, and notice of same will I gtirn throngu tbe papers. rl. QUEENSWARE, W00DENWARE.&C. We laid in, before the late rise in same, a large and lV Complete Assortment of Canned Goods, Such as Corn, Tomatoos, Poas, Boans. Poachos, Poars. Raspborrios, Strawborrios, &o. W ITS TWELFTH OK THE SESSION, The Wlllsrdllstelwlih stilt L1HT OP 1MCIV513H. 2X1) MONDAY IX HEPTEMIIER, XEXT. ALL THE BRANCHES On Ooe Two Two and ruraiiure. Itealdcnce on tlrren street .. Itealdence on lireen ntrrel..... Caah rrtaee, etch each li.&J Caah Fire Utah l'rlice, each II, !.... Future ICOCn nflR jv wwjwww TEIIMH MODE11ATE, ....... . 5.000 IIM Flftjr . 5,000 line Hundred Caah I'rlaet, each IV).... . 10,000 Fire Hundred Ttah I'rlaee.etch :o.. .. .. 1,000 Ooe bet ol liar Furniture.. 600 , Una Hoe llano are taught, a well u 100 One Handsome Hlleer Tea Set 11,400 440 IViim Old Itourbon Whltkr f JS .. MUSIC, TUB LANGUAGES, DRAW. 10 Ilasket Champagne J 53 . MO . (.000 Fire Hundred Caah l'rltea, each 1I0.. .. ..... . U.ono IKO AND PAIKTIKQ. 400 lloiea Flue Wlnw) 2u0 lloiea lloberteon Corclr Whlakjr, 1 .10, . e.coo 4,000 ... 400 Iloies Uaraoa Clears, 110 5,000 Fir Hundred Cain l'rliee, each 10. AMOl'NTI.NO TO Whole tickets, IS. halrea, II; quartclt, St. In Tuition, filer, nine from fS5 to 130 In lb majbe made bj lltnk Check, Hipreee, regular Dfpjrtuirnu. I'rluary, X5, lntrrnirdlili IVieltl Money Order oi IVglatered Mall, ltcpon-tlbl- e 130; rrtrtoiy, 140, tnd Collegtstr, HO. agents wauled, at all polnla. For Circulars, clrlng lull Information and for tickets, addreaa W C I. Will I'M, For full particulars, s to Board, Ac, address MILLARD HOTEL, LOUISVILLE, KV. MRS. H. C. TKUKIIKAKT, lTlncl.il 1KU0UKUT3 A STMIO, AOKNT.S. BTAKFOItU. KV Stanford, Lincoln Co..Kj. THOROUGH OP A Fire Ctih I'rl, etch Cash I'rliea, each l'rl, .. ... .115,000 . II.COO hate on lianj, a 1m, a atoek ol I.VH) ....... ..... 10,000 4.000 ,000 I,SOO ENGLISH COURSE Coal Buckets, Kitchen Sets, Shovels, DEol3Lors. dbo. Produco of all kinds taken in oxchongo for Goods at tho highest market prico. l. .. !,. ASHER OWSLEY, OPERA TIOUJSJEKLOOK HKALEK IN MgeCttMffifci Hardware TIiIhXciT .11111, containing (lie Intent nnd and Groceries. GRATES -- rg MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY For niaiiiifiicdirliii; meal mill Hour, is now In full operation. We will Kfliul Tor ciiHiomvrH, for (lie prcNvnt, on TiiONtliiy, Wcl iiCMtliiy, ThiirHtfny, Frltlay anil Natiirilay ofeiteli ui'olt, anil on C'ourt-Dajand all other public day. We Hollelt a liberal uliure of patronage and Hill endeavor to giic entire Mitlfaclioii. M Largest assortment of STOVES AND IS TOWN - Flour, Meal, Corn, Bran, ShipstulT, AIirayH fcc., CO Ala HODS AND VASES, FIRE-BRICK on hand a nil for nale. Highest ciimIi price paid Tor Corn, Wheat, tt'c. Orders left at Mill promptly attended to. aiATTIXGLY, McALISTEll & CO. & CLAY CHIMNEYS, Ii'on, IVails, Ilovse-Shoe- s, FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING! -- QUEENSWARE AND TINWARE, IfXaiu K WEAREN, Ky, Wagon Nlanlbrtl, Street, B. b"t- Salt, Lime and Cement, WIIEEL BAIiROWS, HINGES, BOLTS, and Buggy Material, Ii.UtllKD WIKi:, Ac. I have bought out my brother, It. II. Wcareu, ami will continue the Furniture and Undertaking business at the same stand, iu the St. Asaph Hotel building. I will keep a full stock of Furniture of ev ery description and sell at figures that cannot bo beat en. My stock of Collins and Caskets will bo comprehensive. Shrouds and Itobcs always on hand. B. K. WEAKEN. SJIIAMI'IOX w. REMEMBER- - m, -- Still luiM Tor wmvaa hhIo llio wondeiTul- - M .A.YDF'I 31. 3D S N D SCI, WATER ELEVATOR Over 100 now in use in Lincoln Co., and we refer "by permission to the : DRY GOODS,NOTIONS followingW. John J. McRoberts, H. S. H. Anderson, A. K. DenWithers, , ny, R. E. Barrow, John W. Logan, A. OH.OI'DEIIKrGl-D, Newland, John M. Reid, Thornton BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, Porter, W. H. Hays, S. H. Baughman, TRUNKS AND VALISES. Dr. 0. Fowler, G. F. Peacock, Adam Carpenter, Gr. L. Carter, Peter Carter, Invite the attention of the people to their new Fall itock of J. H. Shanks, J. M. Philips.W.T. Green, GOODS, James Hendricks, M. G. Nevius, Geo. D. Wearen, T. W. Miller, Givens, Alio to their stock of Oltohinj, Boots and Shoes, whloh have beta selected Dr. Bailey, John Dudderar, Jno. Baughwith care, and they feel confident that man, Sr., John Shelby, John C. Fry, E. They arc able to Show the Nicest B. Beazley,R.C. Warren, R. & E.Woods, J. G. Seargent. See your neighbors and the Best Line who have them in use. Of these goods ever exhibited in Stanford, They call especial attention to their stock of A. A. Warren, R. S. Lytle, S. J. Embry, XR.Sid I L.i store to the house occupied by Ihe Grange store. Mr. Henry L Phllll I moving to Capt. Stephenson' properlr. The ('p lain and wife hive taken room, at Ihe Hardin House. Sir. William Duncan Tuesday Morning, January propose moving lo the house vacated by Phillip. A gentleman named Turner, 100,000. from Tatesvilte, ha moved Into Ihe house LOCAL NOTICES. an earl supply of Spring tfoodn, I ofTer DEATHS. At the sale of Capt. Dudley Porlwood, lately occupied by Sir. It. K. Wearen, Ac. for anything In my line almost renntit Cart of Lime mil tVmenl t A. Yotwo-M- rs. Jane Young, wife of In Jessamine, about 200 hesd grade ewe The bilmy autumnal weather that we gardless of coit. Thl no ralch penny Hendenon 1'. Young, died of consump. sold at an average of $ I 80 per head ; work hid enjoyed so much, came lo a sudden Nkw itxl full slock of Clock Hi IVnnr more. I mean buIne. So call at once lion mule at SLTJ and $160 j work horse. $C0 at hi home, on the Otli, aged 14 year. termination with the advent of the New A MeAllMerV and procure aiich bargain aa will surprise She joined the Methodist Church when and $125; milk cows, $35 and $15; steer Year, and since then winter ha set in in -Hamilton Btf.m, I'lowb always on you. hand it A.OwnlfjV quite yonng, and Heed a faithful and con- - calve, $19 : heifer calves, $13 ; stock hog Hut the goo-- o bone, elevate.! estimate IJc.i corn, by the shnck, 00c. Oirr.ii. A copy of the Interior slalent memlier till death An Itid Ktopk of Champion llarh Wire on hornets' nests, thin corn huik,and we pretransferred her hand it A, Owsley's. Journal will he sent free of charge for lo the Church Triumphant. She learr a sume tho ground hog, when hla dy LINCOLN COUNTY. llur UuliTllle IIm.MIrIiI Oil, ITS one year, lo any one who will bring, or husband and fire children lo mourn her come, together with Tice and Vennnr, all causa to be brought to thl olllce, within low, but her lest, from IVnny AMcAIIster. J Hushnrille. predict a mild winter. Hence we look for paslor, Iter. J. SI. Cook, In a Watohr, Clock inil Jcwelrr repaired the next three month, the largeal number note to u, y : " They weep not a those The Governor of Ohio i trying a Ihe wave to pas over soon. Court-Hous- e. and warranted hj Vtnnj A McAllster. of Indian or r relict audi who haie no hope, for he left a bright new role a temperance reformer. Out of Sly attention hat been called to sn arA t INK line of Toilet Soap, Perfumery, aaarrow-heada- , and hatch- testimony that he ha gone lo ret. The CO case pardoned out of penitentiary last ticle in the Somerset Htporler, of the I6lh llilr, Nail, Tuotli ami Clothe Jlrtiehen, et, mortar, pipe, You to Call Sec elc - elc. You Church ha lol one of It bet member; year, 38 were released on Ihe condition of lilt., in which a writer from thl pi see Tfrj cheap, at Pennr A MrAIUterV. There liked to lime been a panic at lh the huband a lotlngand afiecllonale wife; "total abstinence." Should any of them stated "thai the Campbellite would not Wish to PERSONAL Not. Methodist church, Hunday. just aa the the children a kind and Indulgent mother; violate the pledge, he will feel himself get any other preacher lo help Eld. Sewell bound to go back to Columbu. MiMJoxiKWiTiir.nl haa rttnrntd to congregation had concluded the first but their lor I her gain. May CI ml comin lit meeting lest they could not follow Permit me, Sir Editor, to offer a word Rarnea." And further, that Eld. Sewell hymn, a nole, like unto the falling of fort the bereaved husband and children, her school In Ioii1tIIU. Mim LtdiaIIkaiiV hat returned from the bnlldlng filled their ear, causing men and may they all prepare to inset her in ofconsolallon to my afflicted friend Lee taled that he never could endorse the Huffman. And Lee, I sincerely sympa- teachings of lit brethren, on the design nf Wsit to frlemli In Mercer. lo jump to their feel, and women to scream. heaven," thise with you. Slany yeirs ago I under baptism. If teem that some scribes, Ml. Kate Manok, of Lancaster, It a Itwaa occasioned by the falling of a large RELIGIOUS. went a similar ordeal. The memory of (among whom I will clas the writer, who gueit of Mtsi llettle Logsn. portion of the plastering In the gallery, Mim. F. J. White, of Lancailer, ! and when It waa explained, quiet waa Kid. Jo. Ilsllou closed hla meeting at that day will never pas away. The start ever he may be), are ao full of prejudice tlilllnit her daughter, Mr. K. T. theierTlcea proceeded without Parkaville yesterday, with four addition. ling novelty of the relation Ihe cumber- and Ignorance that they cannot fairly repIii Ihclr IiHiMiHonic now More - room In Mim Minxik KuxisTot., of Crab further Interruption. The First Presbyterian church at some mountain of new responsibility Ihe resent fad, or what I worse, are Impelled Orchard, la rialting her brother, Mr. I). II. Lexington raised and paid out frt.S.M du- stifling sense of acquired dignity ihe by sinister motive of policy to make .Mr. John O. Neal, of thia county, question of training, educating, de- thrusts at those they regard a denominaIMinlston. i the Uurbrldge despotism with ring the year 1881. Mitn. MAdoir. HAUKDrn., the beautiful feeling A preacher at St. Joe, Mo , la In be veloping the far off future with it tional rivals in order, If possible, to prejthai .make him tremble to this labyrinth of uncertainty, doubt, udice their own brethren against them. In Crab Orchard widow, la a RUtst of Mm. day. He waa a member of Capt. for holding a young woman on his Keep coiiBliuiily on Iiniul n full slock of Dob Lo- tried I). O. Alford. gan' company, in Col. Orlgsby'a regiment lap while teaching her a Sunday School possibility; and Ihe final philosophic re- Ihe first place there wss no proposition by Miss 8ue iViiitlky, of DanTllIe, wlio and hul gotten a bave lo come lesson. The positidn is a comfortable one, solve to live In the present and hope In the anv member of tho Church of Christ at home, but haa been a RUest of Mr. J. K. Karris, re- en route wa but whether it i conducive to a rapid ad- future, are all vividly before m now. I this place, lo employ any one lo aid Eld. captured near Klliibelh-towwill embody the result of my observation, Sewell In his attempt to utilize the labors turned home yesterday. and taken lo the "llutcher Pen" at vance in religion matter the thurch experience and theorizing in a single of Sir. Karnes, here, In the Interest of the Mm. . M. Lackky and N. I). Lack-t- j Louisville. While there without council will of course decide, any trial, hare returned from a villi to Mr. 8. K he, with several other was ordered to be Itev. George O. Ilirnes I meeting maxim : Name her "Kale Walton" and church. In the second place, a lo Elder Juit received a large lot of Men'i and Boys' Fall and Winter Clothing the and a splendid line of Fall and Winter Shoei. of Zelcrler'a BroaV Sewell saying that he never endor-eLacker, at Uallatin, Tenn. hot In retaliation for the murder of some with hi uatul great success in Louisville. go ahead, naV. The record of the present week bid teaching of hi brethren on the design of for Men, Ladies and Children. New Mim Julia IIiooinh relumed yeaier-d- a cltlien at Ilrandensburg, but Jerry lloyle, He preached in the Opera House three stock of Cloaks and Dolmans jnst fair to be of unusual interest. A far a baptism. This declaration Lid, Sewell from a rlsit to MIm Julia Jackaon learning who lie wa, Inlerferred and saved time Sunday to vat audiences, and suci concerned, the week will be did not make. On the contrary, he di and other frlenda In Lexington. hla life. Uurbrldge charted him with be ceeded in Retting about 230 into the fold our State Mr. Oro. II. Muiway, a clerer young ing a guerilla, and hla order lo eicoite of Christ, moat of them children. The ushered in with our Legislative salve of tinctly stated "that until within the laat gentleman, represented Mr. K. II. Marah'a him waa pretendedly on those grounds. total number of confes-iothere I In the artillery, in commemoration of the great Gve years, he had fully agreed with hia interest In Howorlli' Hlbernlca Company neighborhood of 250. A good many have battle which wa fought and won after brethren on the design rf baptism. He Nearly all the mall wa carried by last night. been anointed for healing. The Cuuricr peace had been made, by way of easing further stated, and made the unprejudiced again on Saturday, thla office receiving Mk.K.1I.1Iavoem, of Indon,whohu Journal of yesterday give a verbatim re- down into private life. The annual cele- and intelligent in the audience, tee Ihe two paper, when usually it gets about !een attending to business here and at but port of the sermon prayer and all of Sun bration of thl event by our State I in truth of it, "that ro far as he had changed forty. The manager of the railway service peculiarly good taste, Inasmuch a It calls his mind on the design of baptism, he had Lancaster for two or three weeks, will re day morning's service. at Loulivllle I entirely lo blame for this turn home There wa preaching at but one tn mind the bulletin of the General from only gotten further away from the position around him." The The following delegates went to repeated disappointment lo ourcltiieni. church here Sunday the Methodist. Kev. the stricken field, ao strangely distasteful of thedenomlnation Frankfort yesterday In the Interest of Oen. He not only seud out men of known J. S. Sims discoursed at 11 A. M on Infnl aa we distinctly remember to a former chief point on which hlsmlnd had changed lo diilribute the mail, but on Wolford t Dr. Hawkin Brown, Col. W. 0. Itapllsm, and at 7 r. Ji. he look for hi generation, wherein it wa briefly and was on the meaning of remission 0 tin He PERFUMERY AND FANCY TOILET ARTICLES, that the remission cf Col. T. V. Varron, Jauie W. Al- Saturday sent a new man entirely unac- teit, "Go Labor In myVlney.nl." The pointedly written: "The Kentuckian no longer believe Welch, quainted with the heavy work he had to fled." The second point of in- sins which the Savior came 10 procure for Books & corn, D. W. VandeTcer, E. It. Cbanault and Christian Church I without a psatnr, but Oils, do. He asked not to be rent alone until John II. Miller. Those to go thta morn effort are being made to recure Gen. II, SI. terest to our immediate region will be Ihe ua la a merely legal or governmental act he waa more familiar with the work, but action of Ihe Democratic Convention in In removing an external penalty, but a In are Col. T. I Hill, Judge J. M. WINDOW GLASS AND PUTTY, Gano. The llaptist Church la also at presPhilip, Judge M. 0. Saufley, and probab he was tent again! hla protesl, and the ent without a paitor, Iter. J. SI. Ilruce'a the nomination of a a candidate for Clerk Spiritual work within us, removing or Liquors Winos people all along the line are the lowers Medical Purposes. Proscripof the Court of Appeals, Of course there subduing evil passions and habits, both in ly othera. Tbt new agent Is J. SI. Leath, the author term having expired. He is, however, i but one opinion here. Wolford, the pa- the inner and the outer man. The Hood tions compounded. Wo have also a largo considering a unanimous call to fill that LOCAL MATTERS. of 'Sweet Olla Tye." He lells ua he Is position again, and will make known his triot and philanthropist, the soldier and cleansea Ihe inner man and the word wo!l solectcd stock Watches which the sage, ia our choice, our unanimous cleanses the outer man. Haptirm, "th: wo propose to sell araoke, call on W, II doing hi level best, but a man should decision in a few day. Fan a less, prices. Watchos have a chance to learn before he i furced choice for the Iligglna. osition. We sincerely tmter" represents this outer cleansing by Repaired A representative of the I.NTrrtioit-JournInto so Important a ition. Sewell made the round of the various trust that the Convention will accord to the word, see Eph. v: 2G. So Eld. Fnmt bolted meal at McAlisler A HcmoRTii'it Ilrlghl'a. a Hiukrnioa. The churches on Sunday morning to ascertain him Ihe honor he haa so grandly won, and still make baptism, In order to remission verdict of the large audience that Ihe sire of the Sunday School work, in piy him the debt Kentucky so justly owe. of sins, not a an arbitrary condition of a Fnmt Othteiw just received at Das wa entertained by this company last nlRht point of numbers. The first visited wa Thl week will also probably determine Ihe governmental or judicial release from an ton Ilrother. fate of Guiteau, wa that it is a very superior combination; Well, he has gained the extemal penalty, but only a representative the Presbyterian, which opened promptly Ilin Srooir. New Orleans attgar fast re one that can combine more instruction with ohject of his highest ambition notoriety of Ihe cleaning power of the word in at 9:30, and at that hour thero wre prescelved at Hate A Xunneller'-- . the greatest amount of Innocent fun ent 70 scholar and teachers. The Chris- I presume no other citizen of Ihe nation cleansing the outer life See Psalm 119, InIban any that has eyer visited ti- tian School had not opened at 9:50, but was ever so widely known, or so volumi- verse 9th. Hut Inasmuch as bapti-H.vtiLn-- variety of canned good, bought nously written up, or so unanimously de- troduces Into that norne-jo- f outer life in A Jeasing Comedy run through the whole shortly afterward the singing commenced at low price, at Hale A NunnelleyV cleansing by the performance which I evr and anon eu A full and only gave them CO tested, or tn utterly friendless, or so thor- which alone the inner Inn. A bunch of key. Finder will livened by act ol ilecially men and women The Baptistfair count 9.55, and they bad oughly satisfied with In osil!on. Cer- blood can progress, therefore, in IhinseM-e- . opened at pteate leave them at Hale A Nunnetley'a ol a jtrybigli order of talent. Mia Kilty 41 scholara and teachen.. The Methodist tainly no other ha bef n for o long a pe- it - for remission of sins. John rays: "If and Iw rewarded. blood of JeClifford has a good voice and tings woll. opened at 9.30, and . at 10 had 33; all told. riod the daily topic of conversation in every we walk In the light, Ac, the Mil. II. C. Rcilkv atya lie It In (treat .Mlfibidic SlcOill's tong ana dance Thia Is, indeed, a bad showing, even assembly, In every enlightened land. I sus Christ His Bon, cleanse us from all have never sympathized with the vengeful sin." From this passage Elder Sewell need of money, and urgently" rcqueit you were very cleverly done. Sir. Jamea ' Hearne In hi Irish specialties, shewed though the day wa not a favorable a It spirit that has clamored for hla blood. I draws the inference that the cleansing of to call on htm and fettle. might have been. There is plenty of ma grant be is guilty of a fearful crime, and the inner man by the blood can progress himself to be an artist of genuine merit. terial to more than double every one ol Horn our Sit. Vernon and Lancaster is justly forfeit. Still, I re- only while we are walking in the light, I. e. and his numerous act were loudly np and if parent would do their that hi life hr yesterday. Hence the schools, lelttri were carried imuueuj jir. jsiue li, iroweir negro duty by not only requiring their children gard him simply as a murderer, and his living aa Christians are commanded in tile a abort aupply of correondence. Word, to live. condemnation should he be condemned preenlationa were .very amusing and to attend, but attending themselves, that a simply just. This, it see mi to me, i as pereon baying kal- - belonging to heartily enjuyed. Lon Henderson ws a result would Immediately follow. t .All A little far aa a rational man ha a right to go; the Club are rcqurated tn return them to pretty guod Dutchman, while Wm.Ashton more m:i .uTMtTii::wh. promptness on the part of the Superday. Geo Slo.UI-te- r, President. many of in bu comic apeciallie waa inimitable intendent of two of the school would also and Ihe thousand malediction Lanil, ISO Acre of Impro-eIn faci, the whole company, not exupling doubtless, uttered by men more LAND.Hanging Koifc. Lincolnd Cuuutj. for sale Aplf help matters. If 9.30 I the hour to open, them, Mil. V. It. Waixw had an Hplleptlo fit Prof. Wallait, the l'iaiusl,are hard lo brat, they should commence, even if there is guilty than the pogr, deluded crimina- l- lo W. '. WsitoD, SUnford. yttterday while out In a field near home, but a defiance of Him who haa and to lliou who love fun, wc unequiv- but one scholar present. That is the only are, at best, and when dicovcrcl, wa in an Inrenilble w. ocally ncommwrJ Howorlh' Hibernica. way to teach punctually, a most important slid, " Vengeance is mine." Hut the abcondition. He waa taken to the hou-sorbing Interest of the week in our State Is a candidate lor AtSESbOlt, suljct to lb will A big feature of the enterlaiiimenl i CO lewon for the young. where he noon recovered, and la now appawill circle around the Ashland horror. ol lh Democracy. . panoramic views of noted place in IreSirs. Ihldwin, who will be rememrently all right. The question will be, will an outraged and land, very cloverly explained by W. II. bered JOHN Itl.AIX in connection with the Pink For ASSIZOR. Sir. Wm. F. Itauiaey I 0111. Hach picture is the work of au ac- Cottagehere maddened community permit the accused Is a candUste for COUNTY CLERK, suljj eel lo Faith Cure, is, according to the Democracy. announced a a candidate for the olllce of complished artiit, and this part U, alone, Louisville Past, doing such a lively busi- and captured partie the benefit of a trial anv action of lbs deserving worth mauy time the price of Aweixor. He I a under the law and a verdict of their peers, admission. ness in the healing of the sick In that city JOHN I,. KALI. Democrat, who haa shown hit ability to Wo hope .Mr. Howorlh will find it conve- that the ha been forced to move to a or will they, goaded to desperation by the till the office by the excellent manner in nient to visit u again, when we enormity of the crime, tho uncertainty of Is a candidate for COUNT V ASsESSOU, subject promise larger and more convenient house to acwhich he did the work during the four him an audience that will put standing Die law and the laxity of it execution, lo the will of the Dcmocrscy. commodate her patrons. Speaking of this year from lSC'Jlo - lSGO take the matter into their own hands, and room at a premium. .Q.i. eood lady remind ua of a story that the JUDGU J. SI. PHILIPS CitKiar. Factory. It li rumored that a Nr.w Ciiartlr -t-'Vhe town attorneys, Iter. V.E. KIrtlay tell on her. When seek to appease justice by the dangerous Is a candidate for COUNTY ATTOKNKY. sub remedy of mob violence? We hope that ject to Ibe will of tbe Democracy. relative of Sir, John IiullJe r.who recently SIcsirs. J. S A It. W. Hocker, have been slis left here she went to Uarren county, moved lo this county from Canada, will engaged for tome time by order of the and there attempted to establish a branch wisdom may govern and work out the reSAMUEL LXULEMAN shortly arrive and put up a Cheese Facto- Truitee, in preparing a new charter for of the Pink Cottage. Everything went on sult. Yet we can not but tee that this ry In the Knglcman's Mill neighborhood Stanford, ami have succeeded In getting swimmingly for a time, and many hysteri- crime, and the daily record of "crimes la a candidal for JAILEIt of Lincoln count y.sub There la no doubt, if properly managed, up one to be eeiited to the Legislature, cal old women with imaginary ills ac which are making our annalt to black and Ject to tbe action of lb Dtinorracy. o bloody, are but the natural, legitimate that audi an enterprise would pay. WM. COOLKY But it which they and other lawyers who have knowledged themselves cured. and logical results of the utter Impotency Cost-Mar- k We acknowledge the receipt of an invi- examined It, aay it is a great improvement came to par that the beloved sister herself of Jhe law ai administered in these latter la a candidats for JAILEU of Lincoln countr. sub ject to a Democratic primary election. fell sick one day, and she imagined aha waa tation from the Lexington Social Skating on the old amended and conWe will not attempt to point out days. Club, to attend an entertainment lo be cern, that nobody can understand. The nigh unto death. It wia too severe a case why this ia so ; but the fact - patent J. S. HOSLEY that - document i newmodeled after the Sit. for prayer and faith, so she lent In post given in Jackson Hall, that city, after arrest, and all the machinery of straw la a caudldat for ASSESSOR of Lincoln county, subject to tb scllon of lb Democracy. Stiaa Annie W. Clay, la President of the Sterling charter, which ia raid to be the haste for a couple of the best phyiiciana in bail and change of venue, and hung jury, Club, and the floor and Arrangement Com beat one in the State. It give Stanford Glasgow, who, with the usual remedies of and insanity, Ac, haa been run upon the It. OAKl'JDNTEK the dignified appellation of City, and pro- their profession, soon had her on her pegs mltleet are both composed of ladle. case (even with the most positive ftoof, a vide for the election every two year of again. Hut the little episode killed the Is a candidate for COUNTY ATTOUNAY, subject i scarcely ever murder), and a senLee F. Huffcrime Little Personal. Dr to tba sction o( lb Democratic party. seven Cotincllmen, who shall elect out of Incipient Faith Cure, for people did not man la said to be the proudest man that tence haa been obtained, then comes in the their number a Siayor. Their pay is fixed want anything to do with a perton who ioetic fiction of Executive clemency, and ever became the father of a female child. THUS. D. NEWLANO at $ I for every regular meeting, and their preached one thing and practiced anolhar, He haa been one ever alnce Friday night, the culprit is turned loose upon society, a Iaa candidal for to the office of JAIL-Eduties are so thoroughly defined that there and SIra. Haldwin bad to seek other and subject to tbe action ol ths Democracy, and the town la getting much too small to petted martyr, or a thoroughbred Hon in can be no dispute about them. At their greener fields for her labors. Those field bold htm. It'a a with a cither character emboldened by immunity seem to have been found in Louisville, and ..! k. w. pair of lunga strong enough lo reach the discretion they can Increase the taxation to renew bis outrages upon the commuto tbe office of COUN011 property held in the town la a Candidal (or to SO cents the paper of that city are warned not to nity. highest key in the squalling scale. Democracy. TY JUDUL', subject to will of lb on the $100 worth, but of course tn that reproduce thia Btory. Iter, Kirtley and we WAYNE COUNTY. Fire. A few nighta ago, the meat house they will be governed by the wisbe of the have taken out a copyright on It. 11 T. M. l'ENMXGTON of Col. Jamea SI. lleatley, waa set on fire majority of the citizens, and the demands Montkelh. LAND, STOCK AND CROP. lo the otlic of Is a Candidal fur t and the entire contents of meatjtincludlng on the constantly growing town for ImSir. Preston Summers, whu had been AhsUdsOU. Suijfcl to lb acllou or Ibe Democfresh pork and beef, estimated to be worth provements. The olIce regulations are In Clark county, C. G. Uush sold to an invalid, auflering from organic heart racy. for a number of years, died at hla Sillier A Ilrother CO barrel of corn at $3 $350, were lost. Young Henley think that defined and enlarged, and the whole docuCAPT. T1IOS. ItlC'IIAKDS thlevr-.afte- r taking outall they could carry, ment provide forS more thorouth and 25 per barrel iti the pen. home in Elk Spring Valley on the 3d inat. Iaa Candidal lor JAILEIl of Lincoln county, Electlou Col, A. II. Veech bought last week, in fired the house, after saturating a portion satisfactory Henry S. Tuttle desires to announce subject lo th action of lb Democracy. government of the "City," ueit August. of it with coal oil, aa the smell of it waa We can sen no objection to the new char- Shelby, 280 fat sheep and limbs, averaging that he has actually finished cleaning up , and has formed a the P. O. yttj atrong when he first discovered the ter at all. In point of fact we regard it 120 pounds, at $1.10 per cwt. STORE-ROO- M KENT John W. Itetd and other, aold lo S. resolution, with the beginning of the New blate. He haa no clew yet lo the rascals, aa a capital one, and we hope our at Frankfort will see that it F. Cowan, 71 and a fraction acie of land Year, to keep Ihe establishment passably but doea not Intend lo atop until he lands I offr for rut, for lbs balance of Ibis year, tb of J. K Datls, In (Stanford. If tot decent. pane. The Hocker Uiothers, and the on Hanging Fork, for $2,503.37). them In the Penitentiary. rtntwl rl stely Wore, wtll rent It st auction on The following officers of Slontlcello County Court day In vbruary -- At Philip Tewell' sale, in Nelson, t Those who have put up 'amp In front Trustee who have adopted it, have a J. V. UIIVKH, Good. well aa a heartfelt interest lu corn brought 70c. in crib; stock hogs, $3 60 Lodge, No. 431, A. Y. Masons, were elected Trusts J. L. MJ of their place of bualnea are decidedly pecuniary aa 27 lh for oue yean J. D. Hicks, the (own, and we have 110 fear that they per cwt.; hay, $10 per ton, oats, $22 for December stingy with them. Sunday night none jnL W. SI.; P. 1'. Phillip, S. W ; C SI. Hack, would try lo do anything agatmt that In- small ataok. were lighted except McKoberla A Stagg's, Hamsey, It. F. Campbell baa aold to K. 11 J. W ; J. W. Bailee, Sec'y ; I terest. and person going lo church had to grope Hubble, 44 acre ol land in the West Knd, Tieis.; T. Hatcher, S. and T. MARRIAGES. al If In outer durkiif-a- . It seomsto'us -- Capt. T. J, Oatts waa so rejoiced when and 25 ucrtd of Knob land for $1,000 subfa piid, by the citltena SI. I Jtie, widower of IS, has proJ. Vhat unough money be came home from the South to find that ject to the dower of hi wife. f ar of the town In taxea, to have the street cured license lo marry Mi- - Alice Darker ' Siose Potter aold 20 head mules to his brothers bad all become Christians, IVAAM . .. t n itn lighted from one end lo the other, and it a wee damsel of 18. Ilud Nicoll, of Woodburn, for $95 per tliat he presented a handsome Communion teSkglZFOR 1 ought by all means to be done. The first Sir. Joseph L. Ivlllston.a riling younj, W Ul MlW rati I tl! !trU. ,t1 UmUmum Ukl service to the Church at thla point, before head, and 0 to Dick SIoKlwaln, for $145 rsJartMll. rrtsp lW. (i 4 l thing we know tome body will break a lawyer of Sit. Spelling, obtained license, . ' rf M4 jiisjcUum kW leaving for the " Sunny South " again, " Bowling Green Osteite. per bead, Sm4, I 4MW cukltil mi r limb on the miserable stieets, and then the yesterday, to marry SItss Ids, youngest Mil 1 mu U. U!hI ia t.J There have been aevcral changes In Jfvi -- Never In Ihe history of the lilue gras town will have lo defend a big damagel daughter of Jackson (livens, t lfnUH ftf Wl4 Ibf IMMt chMtatl. W ., at the reelon haa there been audi a demand fur our village since the opening of the New I Wv U,Uri.TriikMuftaJ fclwkU CUf. Aiin, uit, A atltch In time may save nine. attcr's residence in thl county, blooded stock. Uuyeja frtu all part of year. Mr. I, O. ltauisey hat moved his P. M. FBBY ft CO., Dttxoit, Mich. t McAlliter A IJrtghlV lareh-esiea- llsl -- Our young friend, MeWIn Vatighan, the I'nlon have been here within the past hand It the following . In HockcsMle six mnnlha lxingtnn Pre. The total number of hog packed In All Indebted lo Hale A Ntinuelley are county, recently, John W. Hasty and Ml the West inro Nov. 1st I .1,050.000 which hereby notified to call and aettle at once Mollie PofT OIJ Hyaien'a I alufl-"025,000 less than for the time period This tneana till Looks lirli htar anl mm tint, 10, 1882 lasteeison. Cincinnati picker are more Sine Mslll PofT has rot Ian sir The season la ad rancing, and In order than 125,000 behind, and Louisville nearly With llllhesorn Johnnls Itssty. lo reduce mr large alock and be read for Kxtiia Family Flour can be found at 3 M'ROBERTS&STAGG 0rj' cli R,E3VCO"VE3D TO THEIE- HAVE- S Mound-builde- w STORE Opposite the ID 1 slone-hsmme- r -- They Invite and Them Wliotlier Iluy Anything or J.H.&S.H.SHANKS OPERA HOUSE BUILDING- Yc-un- . exem-plnre- d Dry Goods,Boots,Shoes,&c d n raay&BPiskttrtw CHEMICALS, Stationery.Paints, for and accurately DRUGS, MEDICINES, Varnishes, DyeStuffs Pure and tip-to- Jewelry of and Jewolry, at than city and Warranted. aud unvnl-rnou- A SWEEPING -. n ( ..... i a REDUCTION !! The Warm Weather Has Sent Prices Tumbling. e, r. maisEY Too Many Goods and Want to Re- duce Them. I. i. - A Heavy Discount Is Marked on All Goods ToTday. Is No Consideration; Our Word is Sell. 1. Never Better Goods Offered For So Little Money in Stanford Before. imowx Now or Never Is the Time to Buy Goods "Without Money and Without Price. Drug-store- Itepre-Mutati- FOIt Btoro-Kui- u a mmwm i"?c'&,wr -- These Are Facts, and a Call Will Con- vince You. 1 wrtimA v l7a.L zz KSSM Ibtid i ( ft -,l1 b KJU "!. & ft OLtOrrxausja. i god-fathe- rHimtn HIKKCTOHI. of blind man's am so hippy. I havo a dear, kind, FINK PIANO FOKSATjK! good, noble husband. Oh, these t When the children retired, sho ?vvft at, rims, r v J. MKTIIODtST.HOUTII.-ltkV.womanly exaggerations, I thought, in nuirtilna anil nil retired also. l"rayer Meetings Thursday olgula. Hunday School And I sat in my editorial chair. ANY ONK MXIIUNII (N IXC M.I.KNT H, Klma, (Superintendent. at t.ud t The J. 'What a charming person, 'I said. such darling babfes I I wrote, for 1 I w 11 new I'lann ran obtain a bargain by calling ea the Woman' Mlaalonary rociety mcetehere on Ihalu A undeislgnel. Ilhaaliren used Ice than adosen recti month, at t o'clock, Mia. T. T. Minnaj in "Sho is most excellent," said my wanted to help my dear ones, hut llmea. ;avlraa, I'lcsl.lent, Tuesday Morning, January 10, 1882 The same that Is nnw occupied he Aaher Owe. WALTON. Stanford. W. friend. "Although she is so young, they havo been better helped by nth Vv ley on Mouth aide Main atreel This hull. ling Is J 1 1 on Kemnd ami I'ouith fliimlara. morning and nearlf new and. very desirable' m 'tains J rooms is tho bread provider of era than I could ever havo hoped to Jliss night. 1'rayei Meeting arery Wednesday after and hall; stable, carriage house and garden There God has given ihom a Is no more desirable ttor lietter located property In rermortifM editor's life. noon numiay pcnooi Mint, M. ll. r. narrow her family. Her fathc and mother help them. Neyr Orleans Stanford fore buslnesa Mian, harwtsloii glren Jan Cincinnati, Superintendent. better friend than Icoold be. If you r , usrylsl, IM'. Apply InJ K t'rslg, or editor: and one bitter cold have, according to the cant phrase, seek to know me, you shall do so. II, AN, -- Worship by the mniregatlon et address V Crslg, rare J A L Heaiongnml A Co., nillll.1T! am J ery Ixrnl aday Preaching by Kid. Joe. Hallou Cincinnati, O 3a, Viiorning, a few days lefore Christ- seen better days: in tact, tnoy dtp when you go home, you see a woman on rirsi anu inirn lird's ilars. Sunday School V. I'HAIti. MlanfiHd, Nor TEXAS PACIFIC R.R.Co. Isat as tistinl peoploof good birth, and mice had a with a roso in her hand, hold out STILL LEADS WITH THE at IS Jos nsreranre, Mipenniemiciu. mas, In thoycar yours. You will know me. ! McEl PltKJTlYTKIUAN, HOUTII.-lt- e-.at 1 10 I John W STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, TRAINS SOUTH, .desk. Among t!it heap of good fortune. They have a sou nntl at my, School I smiled at tho romantio forvor of Cincinnati Southern Division. alUnion Prayer Meeting on iMiii, iutrinteniirni, mantiicnptrfl wa? daily .cpmpolIfMi to daughter; tho son is a fine fellow, Wedneedar nlihts. this reply, and a faint desire aroso that olghl' tay M POT HT HTAM1IIU), KY , of thohi dfcatdlory so. IJolh the son and tho daughter cxammc-Jrann- y STATIONS. AceWn my wifo and the writer of that letter K l press. Kipreea rROFKX.MO.111,. u'nTiSy nnu unstitched, defiant of givo the greater part of their earnings atfitVfW'' UWINE, Le. Clnclnnsll I . a to am 00 pm J pin should know each other, and then I J" spelling, subverelvo df grammar, ond to their parents; but the son ha not 41 " " OeorgeUiwit..... II 0.1 been try fortunate. My little gov. went on with my stupefying avoca' Islington C. KAl'KKMAN, Ilk " TT 07" lilt " TIU" 10fit with neither beginning, middle nor 10 HI Nltholasrllle. lit; tions. ' High llrldf .... II ISnia Ita" ......... lendr-widb- he written .An tho softest erness, sho is only 17 (iiij children 17 llsro.lshmgJune II M ' .... As I went home, I confess I looked ATTORNEY AT LAW, " tmlll It M " I sJ ' II IS French whito paper, in a nro so young they do not rcquiro a cream-laiJunction City IM " SM - II about for a woman with a roso in her riiVNfAN'i'nii, " Homeraet ...... IM " It 4 am childish lady's Tfand, on lirtos which prim regular governess), does more Point llurnslda. IU" - M" hand, but, as might naturally bo ami thinly Attorney Will Master " rledgetnoor AND SELL THE BEST - ........... tJ " bad been carefully erased afterward. with her salary, mediocre ns it is,tliHii practice In all the Oourta of llartard and aolulnlng " IUkwoit.. J 7 tl " neither in cabs nor omnibuses and In tlieOiurl ni Appeals, " PprlngUty ... I " It was a little story of no great liter her brother can do with his hard did such an apparation manifest it BUGGYON THE GLOBE counties " Itoycw ........... Jia" IM work. He is clerk in a bank." Arr. Chattanooga .,. 10 00 f ... - 70" MartkaaoK rsitluN. ary merit, but there was an aroma of raiKK wniroai). "And she helps him also, I sup- self. I entered my own door, I gave FOR THE MONEY. Alabama (Ireat Southern Division. TOHth''Bi ofjswectncss In fcvery line. As ii M. I'KYTOS, P. I.. IVllM-OUI- f poser I.ve, Chailanpog t OS am tincror was a dtobiiso in it. it an impatient shrug at tho idea of hav" tilling farm IS "I dare say the docs, but I have ing been the subject of a foolish jest. SEND FOR CATALOGUE ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ' Atlalla It Ml am likl? 'tho'light fn the sk'y before the " Itlrmlngham 1 SO " KalllfSlt'irV. ICY. " Tural.s....... SW " sun had risen on a fino day an omen, never inquired, fur she is full of But whom did I see standing within AND TESTIMONIALS OF , Kulaw. .... I0O Special attention glren to collections. Offlce and reserve on these points. I ' I IS ot sunshino aud warmth, SNTETW --STOK.K:,lSB2. " Uvlngaloa . orer IU T. 1'lerce'a aura. a portent tho threshold of my homo ? My dar York ...M..M 141 only know she would set up all night Arr. ileildlsn too " HUNDREDSOF LIVERYMEN it down as if I but noinwrov ling, with her fair, child like face and The Sun for IMt will wake Ita Itlleenth annual milOMAS P. HILL, J R, nnd work like a horse all day to heir VlcksVurgand Meridian Division. revolution under the present nianagrmrnl, ihln'ng fiafl toDoned hb petal bi a rose. There hair; love, and joy, and youth bright aa alwaya for all-and llltle,mean and irscloui, WHO HAVE USED THEM lUpn was a tiny scented note beside it of both her parents and her brother. Sho crowning her with a triple crown, and lerao. ATTORNEY AT LAW, contented and unhappy, Itepubllcsn and and ob- Lve. 7ilsildlan... Newton II M cratlc, depraved end virtuous, Intelligent is going home ' Koreal but he, I in V- - XddressII u am tuse. The bun's light la for mankind and woman, italic: courso full of her hand was a rose I " llr.ndon.. . 1 57 " MTANrit till, IX V. klndnfevcrr sort, butllsgrnlsl warmth Is for the fear, cannot afford the expense of the " Jscison .... .. good, while It poure hoi dlarerafoit Ill " --jStUEET, 187 DuBLiXrDec. "Dear husband, " she said, as I " Clinton 4U Will practice In the Ouurls ot tbls and adjoining Inglcks if the persistently wlckeil.on lbs liter. . umi on Kdwards counties ar.d In the Court of Appeals, S tS " TheMun of taA waa a newseanvral afi.wfeln.t. ) Deah'Mr.. JJdctob: I send you a journey, ine .parents live now iu kissed her, "I think I loved )ou from ssHyr l.ancaaiera.rcci. t" discarded many of Ibefurms, and a multitude of Arr Vicksburg...... It 111115116?. TftnlVnfj i6,'&r)ci papa Scotland." ine superfluous worus ami phrasea ol anclrnt jourthe moment I had your kind, indulVlcksburg, Whreveport A 1'aclSe Division. nalism ll undertook le report In a fresh, sue. know anything about and mama do not "Could we not help him ?" I said, clod, unconventional way all the news of Ihe Lva. VUksbarg gent, thoughtful note. I had written COLUMBUS II JO am OHIO. TAMES O. OIVKNS, world, omitting no event of human Intereit. and it, but please tell mo if it bo worth bashfully. " IVIta m it 00 pu with the that absurd littlo storv, fur I sadly Tallulah I anything-- , I uuiicittp be printed; I'.EFKRENCESi AT LAW, mm men ting upon affairs ine success featlessnesa of ATTORNEY or tblseive-rltneDelhi ausoiuie mueiendenc. My friend smiled. Doth brother SIS ha rout waa the success of The Mm. It eSsetrd a Atr.Monre " I leant to bo paid tor iu It is not fur and sister ejient Christmas home. wanted a littlo money to pay for Ger- Bravittr atile-b- I wtgona, lvn handling, for Iho II IrTH oTUKKT. phattona, etc Iwtraanenl rbance In theslyltot Amerlcsn at aWen tntlro myself, though, but I want tho monpait four year. TRAINS NOUTIt. F.vcry liupnrlant Journal ald's return home at Christmas, to be aaturartlon to all So far thcr hae tlicw. anil t LOUISVILLE, . - KENTUCKY. this country In the down years pastestablished Ir who have lioii(ht baa been mod. My good fortune threw me a guod Vlcksburg, Hhrereport and I'aclSe Division. ey to fiivo my dear little brother a many to I able eled after The Sua. Kvery InpurUnt Journal a. 'with papa and mamma, and I had a rxct thin any ofto aril a urealyrara. mote llila nice-lit- tle Lie ii?lua acaaon Truitlnf birthday present. I am, deal niter this with my friends' govQdlectluiia prompt ready existing has been modlted aad tiered by Leave Monroe ........ ..t promptly, I am, ly Practltrs In all tho Courts you will! able to All all ont Illiu foolish notion I could write." siMyr made. the force of The Hun's atanipla. " dear .Mr. Editor, yours, etc. II 00 Niuiolaj lU.tva, utcryraan. The Hun of IMi will he the same oulipoktn, erness. Must I say that from that " Tallulah- It Si pin Emily "And you were disappointed, ray Lafijttlr, InJ. and Inteiesllngntwspsper. . , ' DelU j i a io By a literal uol Ihe means which an abunj Christmas eve I was never ? j Arr. Vlcksburg WALLACE K. VARNON. I (lESTLlMKI AVe hare brr mine t so pet. What a savage I must have your work In Clarke countyn for th anil IUn T. W. VAtUiOIt. ant prnsprrlly s (Turds, we shall maki It tlr than aTlteHcamo thoaddrfsj and the siglour nit evrrbctae. Vlcksburg and Meridian Division. yean with the best aatla'actloa to oureeWra ami T. W. A W. K. VAKNO.V, seemed I" We ahalt print all the news, pulling Inla reada. nature. Tho writing of tho note was Your buotlea are unlTrrajlly ae cualonirra We shape, and measuring Its Importance not by Lve. Vlcksburg ..... The following Easter we were en t cupiu "No; I felt how foolish I had been, knowldlfrt! by our cuiluiurn to U the rery beat ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Iba traditional r Kdearda s oo but by Its real Interest less neat and regular than the manu- gaged, and before Tnr the price that can be bouiht In the country. ' Clinton the Christmas ee .. to the people, instance from I'rlntleg llouas sso . pronounced and I cried heartily, but I thought Your Combination Jprln llucjr la script. But there was the same fra which followed we were 8oarela not the first consideration with The " Jack.on... f 40 It V. " Itrsndan. by all toll the Anrrl. aortnl, and eailent rlJIng HTA N married. Hun. Whenever any thing bappene worth re10 ts wacon r " Forest you good and kind all the same. And bufEsy now In ue. Your Hrewater porting wage! the particulars, whether II happens grance ofjtlaiuij; youth about it. It tl am Office In Court Huare. " Newton. la certainly without a lira!. Taking all In all, What an aim aud a hope my life has t as . In Drvnklya or Bokhara. Gerald got home, too, and we had a we fearlr-il- y aay that your busgtea cannat I I S 40 " ' I'neia it a long time in my hand. now acquired In politics we have decided opinions; and are Arr. Meridian .... beaten In ihe country fur sty le, dulib, ami duraaccustomed to eiprraa them In language that ran T EB F. HUFFMAN, happy Christmas after all." Alabama (Ireat Southern Division. bility. Youra truly, We ssy what we think about am an old man. at all events middle- be understood. We have a little suburban house, Ticsxast A Motts. men and events. That habit Is the enly secret of Lva. Meridian. I t S 10 ant I kissed her. rrlngfild, Ohio. aged, perhaps something more. My and a Suis'a political course. I leave my wife every morning (i SURGEON DENTIST, TilThe Weekly Mix gathers Into tight pages the " York . ,, " u.tiig.ii.1, ; "But are you never going to writo a flEXTLiMK.v: I bare had In llrery now for ibcaHI us'grey, my hair ' Is. grey, too, to pursuo best matter of the aeren dalle Imie. An Arrl. " Ktitaw. n o s, my editorial labors, and reover two tear, anil hare not ancot illar for re 1 . ICY. HY.A.lVF'Olt cultural Iepartttient of unequalled merit. lull " Tuscaloosa... s 11 pairs on Iheni, and they look nearly aa good as I hare no doub t, to tho jeunuse doret turn every evening, forgetting my story for my magazine again V manei reria, ana a liberal proportion oi uiera. " Innnlngham of aereral other manunew. South aide ItStrm and domestic "I do not know," sho said, archly. Uuggy Hare had bugglea o good aa Ihe Columbus Offlce Myers noiai. Main Btrret, two Joora above rr,sclentlSe,bis, and make IIIntelligence complete " Allalla.. .. whom I occasionally meet. I wear the facturers, and And none Sit " ine the weekly Ihe leal " Idling Karm... work and my worries, knowing that M" Company's bugilea. lleapeetfulty, Gas administered when re- for the faruer'a booeebouldtbat was ever printed. Arr. PureSltroua Oilde look! of Dickens' patriarch, 7 0) " Chlttano......... T. E, llaOADNAK. but ray the sweetest heart and the fairest face "Meanwhile, you can write ours, if Who doesnot know and reed and Ilka lha Man. quired. Conyera, Georgia. day Mew, each number ol whlrh la a I loleonda of like." Cincinnati Southern Dlvlalon. heart is younger than my appearance. Interesting literature, with Ihe best poetry ol Ike I have ever known await mo iu my you M (Ikntlkheis: The buggies I hare had of your dsy, prone every line worth rrsdlng, ne we, humor I.ve Chattanooga ... I' 4 00 an 7JOpiu Little distillations camo, or seemed to aatisfactlon. a ,. .. be married, manufacture hare glren me entire for to till a good.alaej hook, and la. They were engaged to rustler enough 7 SO " !... modest but happy home. I never the aaiue They are Ihe l I hare erer used " Hprlng"oty finitely mora varied and rntcrtalnlng-- tl tun any 7W W" come, frbm the paper I held. Had I book, tig or little? 10 00 Kofkwond....: 7 M heard again from the author of the and called each other by their first amount of money. Youra truly, Liveryman. 1. CoLLiffa, . rledfemoor. If eur Idea of what a oiespaper should l. been a Foster or a H ome, I might I WILL UK IN HTANKOIllJ TWO WEEKS pleases you, send lor the Sfx. " llurnslde. It 07 pm Tii"" manuscript which had so much inter- names, Tom an Fanny, and he was Joplln, Missouri. of each month, frvni first Monday, and In linraa- 'IS 14 " ' rtoneraet iur lerras are as loiiows: perhaps have divined the writer; but, ested IM" with the nr.TiirHvvKor tho dally menin. irons iniru Junction city UIH" S So am a it me; and, truth to tell, had nev- telling her how he had always liked tuanufartureorand I lia.j. Itfn ronnetl lor flfleen eriwo weesaor eacn llotel.orer Maltlngly A Hon'a ght columns, Hc, a four page sheet - of twenty, drallng In butglea Offlreln St. Asaph price br msll. .t- nald. la U " Hanvlllaw-- .. S 40 the 7 certcs, it was with no common feeling Sit ss how it sound- J..IK , UUI WW . WW. 11". IW. II.OMW.IMIVIJ store. Tbreslcn.l llarodsburgJuatl I 17 ' S A4 rente a moolb.orKSO a year, or, Including Ihe er thought of her siuce that Christ- the name of Fanny and work, but Is smoothly finished In wood, Iron, att-t- l Hunday paper, an elghl.nsge sheet of Bfly.ila col. K. V. MIINUAif, D. D.8. High IlilJce S... 7 U " SO of interest that I sat down and wrote used In mas eve. Two or three years have ed liko sweet music in his ears. "1 painilog and trimming. Material has pratedthe umns, Ihe ptlce la U rente per month, or 17.70 a " Nlcholaavllla.. 7M" 111 T5T" to Columbus Muggy Company'abugglea year, poaiaav paw. Islington J. 3 tl " 7 oa my answer to the note. I returned passed since then, 41 run light. E0KC1E W. ItOnillTT, and we have two like the name so well," he added as a be of the beat. They bought yourKrrryoneln aneounuay coiiiou ouna ovx is also lurnianea (leorgelowa .,. 1 47 " 7 S III buggies are tbls county who hare seiiarately atSI.SOa year, postage ild. the manuscript, but I wrote gentljr babies. to 7 00 am lis 13 Arr. atwinnatl I.. the Such babies I I will not sort of clincher to the argument well pleased, the glretruly, best of satis fad Ion. of Ike Weekly Hun, eight pa res. nnv. The price JOHN KCOTT, lours and tenderly. I gavo it as ray hope all columns. Is II a ysar. rnslsne iald. ror clubs E. E. Warr. Vice President and tlen'l Mngr, Clannatl. O. rhapsodise; but if rosy flesh, and "that, when sister Clara asked me to of ten sending SlOwa will send aneilra ropy free. Winchester, Ills. K. I'. WILSON, (lent. Paaa'r Agi C. IL It and my opinion, that, with a little Auurcse, I. W. KMILANU, STANFORD, Ky. her pet terrier, I at once called round contours, and lovely limbs can name nnclnnatl, U. U HAItliY, llsnl. Pass. Agent , I'uMishrr of Thk Bun, New York City. more fere and study, the ' youthful V. A M K. IL, Vlcksburg, Hiss. II. CUIXIIRAN,-IlealAll bustnews entrusted to him promptly ami careit Fanny, after you, dearest." "I be called beauty, my girl and my boy rass. Agt. Ala. til. Southern IL IL, Chatta. fully attrnded to. .lyr IK no.ga, Teno. writerlwouUr achieve a success. I would win tho JOE K. WcfltlIKE, Oen. t'aaa. prizes in any show of don't think that was very nice," said Agt, V S. A I'. IL IL.Mooroe, la. Dealer for Lincoln and Garrard Ooa. even proniised.tofprint that .identical babies in the fair girl, edging away from him. the world. manuscript if'It were'a little revised Scotch Salve! Their mother is always playing "How would you like to have a dog or corrected, and I pointed out how If used at once on a eat, CHESAPEAKE & R. R, named after you?" "Why, that ain't with them. She often puts her deliwill prerrnt a rallua. it might bo mado available. I openTrial boi, U cent.; full slender white hands under my anything," answered Tom, airily, cate, alae, "5 cents. Tor aale ed tho window of my den after I had 0n through Kentucky via Leilagtoo Jin I u SI., .Stallion!, Ky. by Penny A McAllster. baby girl's foot, and tho baby makes "half the cats in the country are Hrferenren I Jm. To the West and South - West. written my note. The weeds pierc C III veins, n. K.Uwaw believe to stand on it. What a pict named after me!" They don't speak ley. lien No change of Cars between IMeoraood. Cher. JOHN DINWIDDIE.PRO'R. N. fllvrila, llr.Nleelr llolle, Kuhnnka. ing through the flags below had a less and others. Philadelphia Tiraei. now. ure it is tho pink toes, and the deut lotteavllle, Wayneeboro. btaunton aad Cincinnati dreary look than they had ever had in and direct to Louisville, schedule taking effect ae t also cure Fistula. P. I). ALBRIGHT. the round little ankle, and the lollowa before; a gleam of sunshine shone on Gentlemen, do you know what is OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 pearly instep, harmonize, yet conChcwipciike A Ohio ItnlltTHy, thera.and their frosty verdure borrow- trast so finest speech that I ever in my gloriously with the taper fing- the SUNDAY, NOV. 10, list. ed something of Ticciola brightness ? life heard or read DAY. It is the address BOARD, $2.00 ers and the white of that On tho Lexington Division, from it. I posted my letter and tho of Garibaldi to his Roman soldiers, flower like hand. It is like a roseEDWARD H. FOX, Fropr.. DKCEMBEH I, Hit. when he told them : Soldiers, what I Special Accommodation to Commercial manuscript to the address named, and bud laid on a white camellia. She Travelers. went home, wondering if ever I have to offer you is fatiguo, danger, Notlh-EsCorner of Main and Third Struts, then holds up the baby-gir- l to me, and Kirr KoTTTT-WESTWARD. shojild hear f rum. . the writer again. struggle and death; tho chill of tho Baggage Matt, - KENTUCKY Transferred Free of Charge DANVILLE, I kiss it before I go. My rataa brown's iito.v nrrrnrts arc With that, however, all thoughts of cold night in tho free air, and heat a certain euro fbr nil tllHcanca Leave Klcbmond .. boy toddles after me and gives me 7 a ml 7 00 om Having recently refitted my noma with all of Iba requiring a coinplcto tonlot tho manuscript passed away. The 10 tSa u.lO JOp Lue (lordonsvllle his chubby little hand to hold till I under tho burning sun; no lodgings, I hare recently taken charge of this homo modern linprovemente, I now. have the 11 so a toll IS pro " Cbsrlelteeillle Interauthor was too timid to reply. " Lynchburg Juncllen-..- .. II SO a mill p iu ana miena 10 nave urai-ciano munitions nor provisions, but get to the door. And so we live. I WaynralK.ro. am I Up nil Finest Oallerjr In Central Kentucky ! mittent Fcvcrrt, AVant of Appetite, accommodations. Ikxji or Strength, I.nclt orKncriiy, 20 a ra 7 SO j, m " fitaunton.. On Christmas eve I was asked as could not help, aa I sat at my labors a forced marches, dangerous watch S SI p m 4 Ha u " Willi, When you visit Danville, don't tall to call and are etc Knrlclics tho bloocl, rtrcitKtli-cn- a S 10 p m, IS a ra While Hulphur. usual to dine with an old friend of few days ago, recalling the picture of posts, and the continual struggle with ItespectfuUy, me. tho lnukclcs, anil kIvch now . 10 40 p mi " Hlnton 00a ni S 00 n m mine at St. John's Wood. He was a motherly beauty and womanly loveli- the bayonet against batteries; but 40a lluctlceton. ....... Ufb to tho ncrrca. Acts liko a VOX, KIIWARD II. rhetogrspher Ky. Geological Survey on tho iIIkcsIIvo organs, UiiBfDr.lE.L.S.JUUULV (Ul D Ki'tSun. charm ,. S OOp m married man, with a pleasant, comely ness I had left at home. How wish those who love freedom and their Lve. Ilnnlliigtaa I removlnR all dyapcptlo Nymptoms, Due Aahland... STANFORD. KY. Him S 10 p m country may follow me." That is tho wife, and several small children, male ed all womanhood 10 J) a m Kat. Bun. Morehead .. . . Much an tnstlnt; tho food, llelchlnij, could bo typified S 44 am 12 00 m Mt.Hteillng Heat In tho Ktonmcli, Heartburn, most glorious speech I ever heard in and female. We dined en petit comite. thus I ". Winchester. ... IS tS p m S Mam E. II. BURNSIDE, - Fropr. 40 a m 10 IS am IiOilngton etc. Tho only Iron I'reparallon Kossuth. "Tho children are not coming down " LlnclnnatllKy.Ce'n.'li'.y) SO p m As I walked up and down the room ray life. that will not blacken tho troth or 4 CO p tn " Loulsrllle(I.AN.K'y.) to dinner," said my hostess, "for they reading Klio hentlnelie. Sold by all IlrtiK-KisOld and Woll - Known a scratchy, scrawly, manuMose Scliaraburg, returning from This at $1.00 n bottle. NO. IS FREIGHT AND l'ASHENOF.It.-Isv- es Hotol Still Maintains its are going to give us a surprise after script, and fumbling over it in despeHlchuond dally except Hunday at 1 30 p m and ar1IIIOWN CIlKMIOAIs CO. market with a basketful of sparo ribs High Reputation, rives at Charlottesville at 10 W p m. ward. Italllinore, Md. for the tiresome person who for his Sunday dinner, was horrified ration, AND r itt an lr. riHMS .r. a..a. W naa Cnssw N2 No. 4 tx- I bowed and was delighted, both at had sent it, had, by some ingenious at seeing four or five of his children Its Proprietor is Determined that C. anlkm. mm4imI I.M.su iraS. uutN tarpf EABTWAUD. OEWARC OF l"ITTIONO. the anticipation 'of pleasure to come. carelessness, mulcted it of Shall be Second to no Country Man. iu last leaning halfway over the second story it Hotel in the State in its Fare, and of tho privation fur, Jhe first, time page, my thoughts flew far and wide, Uilogto PIt. (F. LANS Il'y) Appointments, or Attenwindow. "Shildreu," exclaimed tho ive. Louisville ba is Kyi 7 Ma ra of considerable present annoyance. I and, by some association tion to Comfort of Cincinnati (Ky.Ccn.H'y I lata Kx't Suu. I can not at- excited parent, "go vay from dot win 12 SOp m Its pm ,aiuaM,u their Quests. need not say I was then a bachelor. Arr. Wlncheater. ... tempt to explain, the pretty manu- dow. Yen you all falls out and INUU S 41 pm Ml. btrrllc.j... 2 IJ p m I10l.ni When wo went upstairs after dinner, script from tho will be " Morehead S ao p m Ea'tbun. youthful writer who breaks yours necks, den you vil say it Bagtcage charge. roareyed to aid from the depot Special accommodations to free of Aahland . o sap m 7 SS aia wo found the folding doors which dito Commercial 1 rat alera. The liar will ha " Huntington.... had sent me no more was recalled to vas not you vot done it. Go back, I 7SJp iu lUnu RAILBOAD LINE. always aopplied nllh the choicest C. AO.rt.lt. Pally vided tho front from tho back room me. fa n imrt'lv reci'tuMi' l.llfrr aiul jHtM'rr- 4 braailsofl.liiuors aad Cigars. Aa S 20pm Lve. Huntington . am dells you." (til toule, iiinl i una iiinmn. eicellcat Llrerr la attached. 3 20 a u S 40 pu TKAINS (10INU NOUTII, closed. nri.itilil ; IH't'iU unit Unconsciously the manuscript I ft Ha ra While Sulnhur. uu pu crtalu cum fr Petri' mil Aiiiic. t IiIIIj aaliefac-turil- y Wllllanieon1 e. We confidently inert and cm 7 IS a u 10 10 pm They were opened after a while. The held, faded from my mind, and the (inil IVer, liiterinllleiit or t'lilll I'r. rjtaualoa 10 00a ra 12 4S am January 9, 1SSI, Kl. Sun liiiiuh Anne, prove there la no inatanca on record ler, Iti'inlttciit Wayasaboro.... . 10 3a m I Dim Christmas hymn was sung, and a Ger- other was present with me. I rerloilleiil or Ulllotis I'Ytcr, niul u.l Lv. HlchmonJ Lynchburg Junction .. .11 SO a m 3 Oil a m !0 111 of a cae of d rapepaia or torpid liver that iniiliti'lid illsonlcia. In lul.tiiii illr il. " Lancaater DARBY'S man tree of tho most brilliant spleud-o- r . 12 OSp m S 20 am Chariot teevllle 11.10 what had become of her had Irlc'tH. Dm rill' 1. imiUi' i i,tli'il liiniilie tliimt (lordonavtlle. cannot be relieved and positively cured by " Lltlogstuo. io u .j y mi 00 a was rovealed; on its branches were she written any more ? whero, and 6 00pw i,i in " CrsbOrcbard..... Itlchinond Utiltitdc, Iimh id aM tit.', imlu In tlu luii'k MM pin di the systematic lue of Simmon Liver Krgu- ! HUi.ford-..- .. .jn.' ami ....... l J si Hid lulus, niul iuIiIiii'nh nl tin' Prophylactic luing gifts worked and embroidered how was sho ? .. IIS lator. Thi la no vain boaat, but an eatabN. B. K. L. A II. 8. Il'y runa by Coluiabua xtrriiiltlfi, ii in mil) pri'iiKinithiiis id " Hhelhy City ....... Danville Junctlen... IM lime 21 mlnulca alowtr than C. A O. Il'y lime. by the children for their parents. Tho Every moment I became more aud Haded fact; and sufferers from these dis. rittlng of Small l'oi pre- - a;;uii Hyiiiptiims, whlili Irrinimiti' in lln SIS Mllcbellsburg....... NO. 1 MAIL Cuuniclaat Lynchburg Junction pjiiixjHin, Hiirii'i'ilnl li) liljjli ftterr " Ibanuu SOS pravented, M...HM, for the houtriaod at Aahland, Ky., or three little girls and their governess more possessed with this memory. I taaes deny themselves Ilia uleaainge H'rnpimtiiHi. leers purlScd t healed. ltnl prulusM " New Haven ..... with fielota Valley ilallroad fur Ihe at , ur Ar. t3 Junction... Siiiull Pox Uangrene preven ted and It Is a Miirlllnij fit. I. lint! fpiliiliti-health and comfort by refualnK to givo the Lexington, Ky., with Kentucky Cenlril Railway bad done it alj. was so happy with myself that I felt sos " Cincinnati Juuctlou. curnl. fur Cincinnati and the West: aud with L. IK, nk' nnd nlhi'r im.Uiiiioiih ihIiltiiN. firm ll Keg ulatora trial, ft la no compound of Wouuda healed rapidly. Uisia of iiiimI nf Un " ' Louisville.... . SM K'y lor the buulh.wrat. ' While my friend and his wife were for all who seemed to have care and n Kradicutctl. Scurvey cured In a short rri'parutloiia," "Sn'lli,'M." r umi MJ, 2 J1A11,- - L A and Kentucky Central adventurer, but a merltorloua medicine 'trtl;s., hii time. ombracing'and thanking the children, strugglo iu their lives. I looked out which has won ita high reputation In TiuiNaooiNa SOUTH. "Tonics," in tlm iiMrki't The pi Teltler dried un. from tltist.' iiiIihthI I had time to notice tho governess. the address to which I had written countries where torpid livers prevail and aura cure, fjontaffloll destroyed: Hick rooina Is a allliuiitfma. Iollii'V urn iliiliiMe, niul .imi it Is wiTiTfUaTuileiw. For core Throat It mi-Ili Eg, Hun. r.i, a iiu. January 9, IMI. uu U Hut ililll, do nut sirs . but li'uw tin' NO. S KXI'IlIXt-Conne- ets Sho was very young, almost a child before, and wrote to the unknown a wliere Nature aupttllea the root a and lierba rifled aud mule pleasant, lorerod aick jwraoua at llunllnalou Willi steamera dir Cincinnati and lha West. llevwland refrealied by llathlng with Prophylac- - iii.iluri.il niul llii'ir own ilrutr Kiwui in Lv. Louisville....... SM am herself. A mass of bright hair was few lines. I said that time had pass to cure the disease coaiiiinn to Ita climate, tic Fluid added to lha water, boft wbltecouii.l.i. tlm Mxti'lil, pnolllrliiK iiiiiiiiani. iliineaa Lv.Hlaulurd. ............... IM pu at Lynchburg June. Ml. 4 KXritDU--CooneHon fi.r Ihe Northj at llkhmoud fur the South; " ' Crab Orchar- dSSI InIons aecured by Ita use ruiKiiiK in lli furs, tfrili .iii'l Ar.UvlngateB.................... St) " gathered "up in great waves at each ed (five years almost,) that the youthand on Tursdaye and Fridays with 0. U. a. , for DYHrKitiA Ciibkd. IUltwoiik, Ml), la iiaining. i.llnr iliaunlirs ilium l.'rmi.lnl.lf linn II New Vork " 2 SS Lv. Uucaster............. Impure Air mado barn tn s sir tlmy wrrn littmUsI iIisimsu side of her head, and fastened iu a ful inoxperience which had prevented Feb. H, 1881. I tried your raluable I Pullman hleeplng Coachea dally on Nos. 1 and " Ar, UUbinond,- lea. and l.urlfied bv Dlplitlicrlii Muiiinit. At I'll' Ant I: Cl mi 2 between Huntington and Williamson's. sprinkling Pafbyiloose thick loop behind. Tho bright the paper sho had sent from beiug Jlrown 'a Iron Ulltera, for Djrapeiiala, tlti'Stt noxious MiiHiMis frulil llie aialoi Mlseplng Coacbea dally on Noa. Saudi between riuiu aiui. .u Itlchmond and Whllo Sulphur. uml nluuys tiin-- lli.i PUI.IiMAN PAIaAVK CAIIN purify the curls were so arranged as to reveal the accepted must now be corrected, aud Indigestion, Ae., ami waa cured by Iu use TuCleanse the breathIt Prcvt'iitctl. rirxnal. NoTICi, New Coaches through 1. I'outiiiiis no ipilulne, mla. rul. ur iih llil Teeth, Iween Cincinnati and itlcbuood ea Nos. I and) leading ibyalc!ana of llila clly To Memphis, Little Hock, Mobile, Montgomery Hut roiilil iiijiiru Mix hmmI can't beaurpaasod. ear. The ear and cheek were, I should that I should be glad aud willing to after tlireo without chsngo. and few Orleans, tiriit, ami Ita cruuniuic x fllitni', iili. (,'ive me re Cholera dlssiiiated. Hbln Fever lirereulad br It Ac, apply to For rates, tickets, rather say they are, liko those jminted see anything elso she had written, if failed by their prescriptions to lis certainty to mm. is tli.it it tl.r any office of the 0. A (1 K'y, or drjwt or ticket. re"" lief. After eating, Dalore UKInif Ilia Irnn n.,,.1 lleiuuvra all uoileasant ulors. Catarrli re- - ajHU-ias fno from ilUcaiu ns Luforn I lie EMIGRANTS, TAKE NOTICE I oftlce of connecting llnra. curej, hryalilaa cured. Uurua by Leighton in his "Painter's Honey. she had written anything sinco then. ISittera, sulTered with a full feeling about liered In.iauily ptara preveotcu. 111 caaee oa attaik. II. W FULLE11,0. 1'. AT.A. I This route la over C.W. BMITII.tlen Manager death III lha bouse, it moon, Tor I.tvcr Conipl.ilnls, Ayi:u's Am r rseod I say more of their Within a few days I had an answer. the breast, with lieadaclie all ihe lime, 200 UUss Shortaet in Texaa, us-Ct in:, liy illrt-v- t ka enouin always ie ul Ihe ravishing loveliness t Hut tho pretty The writing was iu a feigned baud, bowels very irregular, and generally ued II about preventcorpse uu-It- biliary iiiuralui, luitlun mi thoIlialitiriUuus Time much quicker and rales lower than by any ilriira nut Nl'UI'k'l II1 will smell. any wlilcli proiliuo tlieso'i'tiiiiplaliits, ami blue eyes looked as if they had cried other route. It la also the 1 up. At nlgltl, when I get home from pleasant quito unlike tho round, hesitating, ilia ajateni to n igurotts, hunllln Antidote lor work, I thought I could not last until the We continue a BJatJeal,.aml thero hid been wlslot CI' g'aaK.ilI II Auone. ur Trk.etable aol - I'uuditlotl, QUICKEST, CHKAl'EST AND 1IE8T Trado Murks, to act aa Solicitors for Patents Caveats girlish jiaud I remembered. The nest morning. I now feel like a new man Csipyrlghta, etc., fur lha UrUtod 6latea; atlniEs. Ac. Wu warrant it wlion taLoa ncconlinj; to the eyejids, were some- words werej however, as sweet and Dangerous tttluvlaa of dlreclloua. Wo Itouta to all polnte In Missouri, Kauau, Illlnola, Canada. Cuba, Jjig and, Tranco. Uennany, UvaUd tlilrlyiiva )eraicxirrleurr, J. V.' liowaer. Indiana, Iowa, Nebraska. Colorado. Arkaaeae. alek rimuisaud boapltala removed by lis use. Yelwhat swollen, she wa "not sad, hov innocent as Pateutaobtaluvd ttiruugb us aru u.sUed In the Sn. Only one change to Chicago, bl. Louie aud Cast, the first had been. The Take Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral Io atop low Fever eradicated. Iu fact It Is the gieal Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer 2; Co., For lutbrmallou about llcketa to the Mouth. Kan miriOAMHit'AK, Tblalvga and splendid lilua ever, for she played on the piano for note ran as follows : sas, Colorado, aud Euilgreut Uatee to Hoilds, Ar- - lldwrekyiipir.3.'Oaji.aiwwalh'nigmia Disinfectant and Purifier a bclenre, i very lutrrritlng, l'ructlculand Analytical Chemists, jour Cold), Coughe and IlroncliUI aauua, icaaj, jc, auureaa v. r. pagraaao ur the children audlojr me, their, old vFrSmtSkb is so good ofyou to remember uvoi, ra. aiB.. before thajr run into Conauniptlou It Lowell, Mass. iVciianr Or r. J, Amtuomt, Agent. J, II. ZKI.IN A CO., LouUrlUe Ky, NewYork. Handlkaboutlitonta'frei. """' to dance to, aud she joiued me, but I do not write any more. I that you cannot atop. WUnford, Ky, sou r AU, pMUuaiiTS gviitrwiiing Manufacturing ChmUts, Mule l'roprlttori. with bull. us In a game TW& FOR RENT. M I(.Mii,itl'IJt.si4h'iit'(l l 18, u Mm IK THE WORLD r. Misnfi-rd- M-- tf MR (EST BO KT mo&x d uv. tup-pose- Chiiiinl-aliin- ' 1 (M-i- S" - ... a.. reti-ccuc- (4Ks-I- big oil1 DC! V M . 1.1 11 nl a. 1 truth-tellin- g Dlbli heart-whole- yard-stlc- able-ba- lll. ' 1 m . Sttt!iI iNOTICB Mon-ia- J M .J - 11 p . CONSTABLE, M GEO. WEAKEST, ST.ASAPHHOTEL IRON 01 blue-veine- d PER Excelsior Art Rooms it BITTERS . ss MYERS HOTEL, msen's.. ........ 1 441-- tf .,...,.' . . 1 ln 1 conii:nni:i time. Ague Cure E& won-dere- d Great Germ Destroyer, Fluid ...... .... - 11 rlouth-wes- li 17 Norlh-wra- t, p-- J- a ctl - tnel-Icln- e, llmn-iii'lil- i s I ili-l- ! bafgaie-ceeek- a, ,j s PATENTS """"s""" Alice-tlon- aiuc, ''""ft