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Semi-weekly interior journal: January 13, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882011301_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: January 13, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. end tteeklQ Infttfio VOLUME X.-NUM- iwftwL NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER BER 510. Slight Exaggerated. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1882. Absent-Minded 8. An STILL CIVINO US TAm, Men Bom to Oooo Luck. Gentleman. A good joke is told of ono of the Albert Hern, n young printer of The tendency of ome Western Tho Stanford Intkhioii JouitNAr. AND FALL men to exaggerate, ll noil sot off In comes to us a and the Pottsville, Pa., inspired by low for a business men at Montpellcr, who . W. P. WALTON, - . - Editor and Proprietor. tlio following i young lady to do something to tatter stepped Into tho post office the other more wo sco it tho he I If r wo liko it. outsido. his condition, went, several years ago, forenoon, leaving his horso T. R, WALTON, - . . . Business "Yes, sir," returned tho Dakota Catlcltsbtirg Democrat. Manager. Notice to the People of Stanford and Vicinity. On coming out ho walked a short dis man, ns tho crowd of agriculturist ni' ' Tho btahford JouimAi. is looking on a prospecting tour to uoiorauo. I HAVE JfST RECEIVED AND OPENED ANNUM, seated themselves around a littlo ta well as a scini weekly, though one Ho was snowed up for sovcral months tance with a gentleman, conversing SUIISCKIITION, J52.50 l'lSR TIIK CHOICEST STOCK EVER BROUGHT ON I business, after which ho started for bic, "yes, air, wo do things on rnthor don't see enough new advertisements in the Gunnison country, and never on INVAIUAIU.Y IN AOVANCH. You will And with rrr, mil camprlMt th Iml In Iba n siznblo scale. I've seen a man on If Walton keeps it going in that small saw n human face. In tho spring he his place of business, and nt noon It hu Wn lttM flnttlan Mrrchtnl Tailor otitht to h,t.Dlitktt. atock eomprlwa TtfTtMnf Uit a Th ono of our big farms start out in tho continued work on a claim he called went home. On reaching there he ClolliH, CnHHlnicrcs, niiigoiiitlmtiul a J.iirgo NcIccIIoh ol Were-Icm- Ih town ho will siiow a wonder, lies The Way It Ought hr to Now. from t lie' Item .tlHnufnctorlcN of France hhiI KiiglnHil. ho proceeded to his stable to care for his spring nnd plough a straight furrow tho man, if nnyonocan. LAST HUT NOT LEAST, A SPLENDID LINE OP TRIMUINOS. Paris True tho Eva Veil, but the little money Previous to tlio Adoption of n K)meid was soon exhausted, and he horse, and was somewhat alarmed to until fall. Then bo turned round nnd Kcitluckian. system in Kentucky, the Cutting and Eepairing Neatly and Promptly Done. was hopeless, when a party of New find the animal missing, nndofcourto harvested back. Wo bavo so mo big W. P. Walton, of tho Intkriok for put faton, hofx.tij ilrlct attention to builnun, to merit a contlonanc of lh tana. death penalty wm consequent upon He im Thankful ofYork supposed it had been stolen. farms up there, gentlemen. A friend every criminal ofienso. As ft Journal, has ventured on tho exper fered capitalists came along and C. oi tnino owned ono on which ho bad interest mediately sought a sheriff, whom he $20,000 for a iment of making his excellent paper a matter of history and of general ina in the miuc, they agreeing to work it dispatched in ono direction, sent to give a mortgage, nnd the morlgngo It is ono of tho best ternal at this time, wo giro liclown and givo him n third of the profits. man to Barre to bead tho thief offin was due on ono end beforo they could edited and printed papers in tho State, Hat of punishments in forco for get it recorded at tho other. You and wo earnestly bopo that bis enter- Ho joyfully agreed, and in a week's that direction, and late in tho aftercrimes committed in this State previtimo he was on his way to his former noon was rushing to the printing oflico ice it was laid oil In counties." prise will Iks liberally sustained by his ous to 1700. homo to clnim tho hand of his sweet- to get out posters for bis apprehen B-5r- T Thcro was a murmur of astonishSpencer Courier. people. J. Treaaon Death j lunging, without heart. Hardly had he been comforta- sion, when a moments reflection ment, and tho Dakota man continued: benefit of clergy. Our good friend, C. L. Thompson, "I got a letter from a man who of tho Mountain Herald, published at bly settled when he was offered $80,-00- 0 brought tho truo state of tho case to 2. Hlatea con.pltlng to rebel or murder lives In my orchard, just beforo 1 left for his remaining inter- his mind, whereupon ho proceeded to any free eraoii. Death. Ilinton, West Vn., flatters us as fol3. Kree erjii arivi'Inj; or coninlrlng home, and it had boon three weeks est in tho Eva Bell, so that his mining the pott office, where he found the lows: with n "lato in rebellion or murder. Death getting to tho dwelling-house- , speculation yielded him $100,000. A animal bitched to a ring ou the oppoaltho' Wo have re iNTfintoit Journal. I. Stealing or railing a free eron for a it had traveled day and night.'' o site sido Philadclphinn has had a similar of tho road, it having eviI have bought out my brother, It. II. Wenren, ceived several conies of tho tenn- late. Death. "Distances aro pretty wido, up of sudden good fortune when dently started for home, but had been and r, StculInQ a la?e. Death. will continue the Furniture nnd Undertaking weekly Interior Journal, published He stopped by sorao one. reverses had made him hopeless. Monlpelier there, ain't they ?" inquired otio. Death. 0. Murder of the firt degree. at Stanford, Ky., by our old acquain- had business nt the same stand, in the St. Asaph Hotel worked a claim until be had spent (Vt.) Argus. "llcasonably, reasonably," replied 7. KobbinR or ecceory before the fact. tance Mr. Wm. P. Walton. It is a all building. Death. stock of Furniture of evwill keep a tho Dakota man. "And tbo worst of that ho possessed, and returned to twenty-eigh- t column paper, very 1. llurglary. Death. We are requested to warn our read ery description and it is, it breaks up families to. Two Philadelphia in timo to witness the sell nt ilgures that cannol bo beat0, Manilaugliter. Death. neatly gotten up, well printed, and ers against a young man who goes My stock of Collins and Caskets will bo compre10. Maiming, ! cutting out the tongue, years ogo I saw n wholo family pros- bIiows evident signs of ability it its constable disposing of his household about representing himself as a theo- en. teleputting out the eye, Ac., and aiding there- trated with grief. Women yelling, editorial department. Wo aro much effects. The next day ho received a Shrouds and Robes always on hand. in waut of money. He hensive. howling, and docs barkinc. Ono of gram offering him $50,000 for his in- logical student in. Death. pleased to note tho success which has WEAKEN. has various pretences with which he Killing a peraon In a duel. Delh. 11. in a mine that ho thought was my men bad his camp truck packed attended friend Walton in his Ken- terest imposes upon tbe benovolent aud gul12. Uae, or acceaaory thereto. Death. worthless. He is not pressed for on seven fourmu!o teams and he was tucky homo, nnd wish him abundant lible. There is no need that we des13. Carnally knowing or abualnga child acceaaory before around bidding every body goodbye." success nnd prosperity in his new ve- money now. under 10 yearaof age, or cribe him or repeat bis lies, as he has "Where was ho going?" asked a nturethe Eight Hundred Tons of Silrer. the fact. Death. Journal. fresh disguises and stories for each J 14. 8lae attempting rape on a white Gravescnd man. Tho counting of the coin in the new victim. The old saying holds woman. Castration, "lie was going half way across tho That excellent nnd reputable jourin New York, attending good aud if you givo to those peripa 15. Hugger, with manor beaat. Death. farm to feed tho pigs," replied tho nal, tho Mt. Stcrliug Sentinel, U mor- its transfer to the now Treasurer, Mr. tetic swindlers, you are a fresh proof aeltl'ns fire to a houe in 10. Willfully tified over the fact that iu representa- Acton, affords an impressive illustra Dakota man. Invite the attention of the people to their new Fall stock of that "a fool and his money are soon town al night. Death. "Did be ever get back to his fam- tive in tho legislature, II. T. Dcrick-so- tion of the extent to which the vaults 17. Blatea willfully burning any houe, in violation of his pledges, ap aro encumbered with silver dollars of parted." ily?" Ac Death. "It isn't time for him yet," return- peared on tho Mt. Sterling streets in recent coinage. The quantity of sil- The dispatch stating that the King 18. 1'erjurj and aubordinatfon of perjued tho Dakota gentleman. "Up there an intoxicated condition. This thing hunry. Death. ver included in the transfer is stated of Ashantee bos murdered two to of electing drunkards to office is disdred more girls to get blood to mix 19. Forgery of any coin, bank note, or wo send youug married couples as eight hundred tous avoirdupois, . milk tho cows, and their children reputable in the democratic party. is crowded aiding la audi forgery. Death. s nearly of which consist of mortar for his now palace or bring homo the milk." cheek, 'JO. Korgtry of any Years ago wo made up or mind that these dollars, the rest being subsidiary out this morning. It is not a great order on any bink, Ac. Death. fer any news, anyway. Tho thing pieces of fractional denominations. pieco of "Do you lovo me, Gertrude?" wo would nover again voto 21. Forging or counterfeiting any tois happens too ofteu to be interesting. It tobacco with "All, Maurice, bow can you doubt man, nominee or no nominee, who bacco brand, or exortIng Estimating tho weight of a silver doldrunk. It is as monotonous as the brick lay er's any audi brand or mark, with intent to me?' nnd the girl looked at hnu in the habit of getting lar roughly as an ounce, eight hun for "more mortar." If the King decent democrat iu the State dred tons defraud. Death. t iu her beautiful every fondly, the million, six yell are twenty-fiv- e 22. Destroying or concealing any codiwould adopt a similar resolutiou, and of Ashantee wants to build a shanty brown eyes telling more plainly than hundred housand dollars. cil or will, or aiding therein. Death. stick to it, tho result would bo as surin this way, it lies between bim and gooda or money. by faho could any words the uieaaureless uUc- ,83. Obtaining A young man at Paris, Tenn the supply of girls. He is not hamThey call especial attention to their stock of prising as it would provo beneficial to tiou she boro him. 'They stood there tokeut. Jl)alli. , f. Louisville weal. While we recognize called ou a young lady, in company pered by a Legislature. together in the twilight of a day 'in the public 2 J. Hotm ataaftngjaVDeith. After nec- with a male acquaintance. Commercial. 26. Kinbeaaling or atcallrig, and taking which tlio golden glory of autumn had the necessity for party discipline m essary to unity of action, we s out couple of hours of small talk, that away any rvcurd, writ-- , returu, proce, been tinged for the first The highest price ever paid for a time by tbo first young man was called outdoors a of anr court. Death. warrant. Ac. with scorn the idea that the voter cow was C4U,ouu. received oy iur. refrigerating hand of winter. The 20. (Jrjrid larvcuy. Death. shall degrade, his manhood, at tbo moment by his malo friend, who drew bloom, the Mills, for a Alio to their stock of Cltohinsy, Boots and Shoes, which have been selected' 27. Unmaking jail.when the party waa beuthcr had lot its his pocket and asked Campbell, of New York by uupjurtiui; a druukurd a bottle from with care, and they feel confident that Short-horpunlihabla with daisies Here uo longer to bo seen, ami lulls (Duchess) cow, pure-brecommitled for any crima tor olfico If we are forced to choose bint to drink quick, beforo they were death. Death, without benefit of clergy-Al- l the modest dullodil had withered unci which was sold to go to England. Mr. detected. The flask went up, tbe felonies wero putiialml with died. Hut tho fall pumpkiu was ripe, between a drunkeu democrat aud a Kentucky breeder, liquor weut down with a musical gur- GofT, a we will uot ifcafh) b$ hiit'glug. without biiifcfit of, and the festal mince pie would soou sober republican, fluid stopped, the paid $18,900 for a thoroughbred gle; but here the for the latter. clergy. (Vu. tslut., loW.) be sprouting in evqry closet. Short-horFit a momeiitin votti'g bull, owned by Mr. Geo. gurgle ceased, the young man's eyes uas denied time, indeed, for.youtig love to plume Urackeurtdge News. Tlio benufitot clergy Of these goods ever exhibited in Stanford. M. Bedford, which is probably tho shot heavenward, and his hands sought under the fullowiug circumstance: its strong wiugs, and youug hearts to Suteto aro likely to become very repose beneath hU vest. His friend highest price ever paid, although the 1st. To all principals in tho first de- plight a willing troth. Up from the cheap iu this, the laud of the sugar- had ruu in a pint of castor oil on him, Hon. M. II. Cochrane, of Canada, is gree iu murder, burglary, arson, ul diitaut locations catno tht lowiugof cane and glucose. The genuine sugar said to have received $24,000 for a aud ho wiq, not well. comuion law; for tho willful burning tho cattle, as they wended manufactured from tho cano bus a thoroughbred Short horn bull. Tommy was a littlo rogue, whom or couuty or pub their barnyard way, and as tho last market value now much below what ol any court-hous, In a certain theatre, when the hero lie prison, or tho ollico o: mo cierK oi " "ur of . . gUuijL,ia gt,ot utlWart it would be wero it uot for tho tons of "ls ",ou,cr " 8t00(l STANFORD, LANCASTER and HUST0NVILLE, ino had got matters into a general auy court; for tho felonious taking ol tbe wclUjrn 8ky jttUrjC0 Mountliver glucose being annually extracted irom Thefir ho"so ", the C"Utry DEALER IN ground, and muss all around, she came down to for drew Gertrude Gtlhooly closely to ludiau corn. A plan is now on foot B few goods out of any church, to.; to csF0 a wringing her hand and Grain, , Wool, Orchard Grasss and other Seeds, the their dwelling-hous- him nnd pressed his lips to hers. It i.. robbing any person iu i..n ad exclaimiug: "My God, what have I tho occupants being within; for was tho betrothal kiss, and don't you Philadelphia to reinforce tbe market for whiPI,iuS'rau .from his rresentiy done?" And a gentleman in the crept under the house. robbing any person on tbe highway; forget. "Yum-YuFrom a sweets by mauufaqturiug glucose out the father came home, and hearing oudieuce, full of gin and emotion, for horse stealiug; for housebreaking by a Lieutenant of Marines. of cassava, a root of the huphorbia whero the boy had taken refuge, crept imnulsively replied. "You've raised therein nnd by day, the owner being ISSSSSSSSSainf family uud growing extensively in t. The New under to bring him out. As ho ap- hell, you have!" in fear. put South America and the West Indies. The voxed question of crinoletto has proached, ou his hands and knees, All minor offenses wcro puuishablo is claimed that seven hundred A young lady in California has a been partially solved by the introduc- It Tommy asked, "Is she after you, either by burning iu the band, duckbushels of this root can lie raised on a pet snake which she carries about in too?" tion of n singlo baud oi steel intro ing, tho pillory, or by whipping nt bushel will her bosom. Golly I wouldn't it be folds of singlo acre, and that each Frauk-for- t duced into the voluminous The whipping-post- . "Honors Were Easy." tho public produco thirty pounds of glucose. embarrassing to that girl's sweetheart tho back breadths of a skirt so as to ot this establishment Yeoman. This yield is greatly in excess of the head and front if he didn't know about that snake unite them uud give tho amplitude of slmrt time ago to one yield from ludia com, aud the sweet was introduced a Absinthe. and it should be the occasion some an nntiquo toumiere. Although apof our State Senators, as the editor ol Tho French drink Absintho is imis said to bo of a superior quality.' time of hisjerkiug his arm out of parently simple, tho adjustment of the Georgetown Times. With "a joint? Glasgow Times. ported extensively iu this country. A this incipient, hoop is difficult, for the A One Galwwbuu Leqihlatuhi:. smile that was child-likand bland," New York paper describes ita effects graceiul fall of tho drapery is entirely An Illinois girl fouud that she must It is a pity that the Sovereignty he observed that tho lima was a pain this way. "It is mucb moro perI I I I HVE 3NT I -- A. I dependent ou tho correctness of its bill could uot bavo made a better per he had nover heard of. This was either givo up her lover or her gum, 3FI-A- . ilous, as well as deleterious, than any , position. Hence, in this case, sius ot showiug iu tbo Legislature tbau it too bad, but then we had never heard and after one day spent in reflection, SFDRI3STC3- - "WO-OrBTaordinary liquor, Its encroachments omission should be lightly condemned, did. It is a wise measure uud affords of tbe State Seuator. Georgetown she pressed his hand goodbye, and A regular aro scarcely perceptible. for a negltct to comply with tho sug- the ouly plan by which au antiquated Times. said alio would always bo a sister to absiutbo drinker seldom perceives that Chicago Inter Ocean. gestions of fashion is rather praiee-worth- Constitution cau ever bo reached. The Au Austiu clcrgymau, whose name him. ho is dominated by its I nlefttl influthan otherwiso, when tho mawkish seutimeulnlism which pre- wo suppress on account of bis sacred The Rochester Democrat thinks that ence until it is too lato. All of a graceful olements of a lady's attire vents wUe men from favonug this calling, was absorbed In thought a few one of the saddest sights in this world sudden he breaks down; his nervous may bo imperiled by faulty crinoline. means of amendiug that veuerable days ago, just beforo divtuo service is to see a young man trying to treat system fa .destroyed; bis brain is inop.' ,. document is u species of monkeying began, when lie was approached by Hour,, f , his sweetheart's small and depraved erative; 'his will is paralyzed; he ua of a new and better the organist, who asked, referring to brother as though ho wero his dearest wreck--; there it no hope of hi reDon't Aiiolimii thu Fuk Sys-tk- with tho iuterests mere taAaateMBHHMfjtv wKV Tw which smacks too much of thoopeuiug hymn: "What shall 1 We trust the Legislature will civilization frietid. covery. Victims of intemperance of uud the shirt the age of tho "What ktud of a bund have play?" tho common sort frequently relorm; mako uo chaugo iu tho law relative to Some of tho New York Stalwarts Hichmoud trousers. ouo gallows you got?" respouded tho Abseut-mind-cbut tho absinthe drinker, after he Inn tho salaries of Commonwealth's At think of running Cnnkling fur Gov Hegiatcr. Texas Sifnugs. clergyman. gone to a pertain length, very rarely torneys. Tho present arrangement Is ernor. Coiikling has already run for If tlio miserly old millionaire wants the best for tho successful prosecution does, or cau throw olF tho fatal fasciWall street brokers ure vultures Governor once; that is to say, for Courier-Journalnation. Tho moro intellectual a tunu of crimiuals. There is already in to get a reputation for liberality and proyiug ou houeat enterprise they Governor SprHgue. is, the more readily tho habit fastotiB Kentucky too great a disposition to philantluophy, let him oiler to give sell what they do not own, what they itself upoiM him." This boats ,bad icnore crime. In a criminal case fre 8100,000 to a $50,000 town for tho uever had and what is uot tor sale; The Uihlo Inn been translated Into . corn whisky whlchHs warranted to quently tho sympathies of everybody erection of a chnritablo institution, by dealiug iu fictitious values they 22(1 languages and dialects, and in the kill at eighty rods; but if men nro but tho Commonwealth 8 Attorney are providoil an equal amount bo raised bring ruin and. disaster upou legiti!ut eight years 140,000,000 copies Hilt for his thirty by tho citueus. Tho citizens might going to destroy themselves by intem- for tbo criminal. mate business, paralyze iudustry, and have been circulated. A.3ST3D perance tho quickest way is tlio best. per cent, of tho fine, probably the uot be able to raiso $100,000 if they briug iunocent toil to idleness an oile have (iun.TV nrWeono,-So- me Commonwealth' Attorney's, soft heart sold all their possessions in tho world, coiitequeut wnut. Mohcth, Hiiy.ltukvH, lti'itttcrx. It is one of the-- uuoxplanablu things would get tho better of him, too. but tbo millionaire gots a roputation a laalilon of confunlnB excellent rtiuedlea IMohh, Grain Drills of moral ethics how people decide so i, It isn't always tbe man who wears with the larue iu of "j'attrnt medicine," CiiltliHtorH, Harrow, Tho fee system is a stimulant to vig- for liberality all tho same, and it f wron8' lliy-lrc8t'In ihla ttier are guil'J Tkrcuk- NlruM-t'uttcrpromptly as to how little rniu and Norristown tho most solemn face at a funeral that and orous prosecution. That's what wo doesu't cost him a ceut. adrerllaed reuiMiea full bad weather it takes to keep them lnil .lltii'liluvH HHd EhkIhm, sorrow. The under- There are eoiue feels the deepest Heiuld. want iu Kentucky, and lots 0,1. it. worth all that la a.ktxl for them, and one avayjromi pryi meeting, aud bow Owensboro (Ky.) Messenger. t taker, tho ouly iudividual benefitted at laaat we know of-Hitter. The And other Implements and Machinery. We buy exclusively from Manufwtnrers. The roller skater does not break by tbe procession, geuerally appears much is required to keep them away d lots, aud consequently obtain the largest discount and direct, for cash, in occaaion to uaa the Bittern writer liaa had Goods a; Seasonable fries-t- he lowest rates of freight. Our motto is t 'Tirst-clas- s Steubenville Many a fast young mau, when tqld through tho Ice aud get drowned. His the most disconsolate. moat of from a good show. In juat audi a climate aa we bare Best is always the Ohespest." Respectfully, . him, and he Herald. that his courso of life will shorten his legs roll out from under year In Hay City, and liaa alwaya Between twenty and thirty thous- the them to be firatcU'a'and reliable, the back of his GEO. D. WEAREN, Staufotd.Ky. found Lives there a mau with soul so dead days. caiiHjlesJiiinself wjth thejhbtiglit., pounds the floor with UU1XN at WILLIAM., dio from Biiake bito every doloi? all that la claimed for them. Tri- W. L. W1TII1M, ma head, This does not hurt tho floor at and people Maua.ra HuUaillle,Dit. that never to hhuxelf bath futd,' I urn that it iles, at any rate, ivngmcu Mauatr Lauclr Depot. bune. , year iu ludia. all. '' nights' ' quito glad my hnirV not. red? j5tnuMtfhl3$nttrior3ourn;tI tcml-wcekl- WHITER OF icnl-leutla- st 1 two-third- s M. KUMiElT. semi-weekl- FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING! ono-thir- K WEAREN, Ky. Main Street, Stanford, B. I full ... expo-rieuc- m B.K. Semi-Weekl- y SED1E, DUDDERAR & GO. n, DRYGOODS5NOTIONS , two-third- pott-not- BOOTS, SHOES, luve-ligh- HATS, TRUNKS AND VALISESi m - DRES8 GOODS, 3NI TTIIiytTWCXTVGS, ox-ey- n well-know- n n They are able to Show the Nicest and the Best Line aoft-eye- e, GEO. D. WEAREN, usHfSlfisViwarHWsaaVB "' e, h. r.,il lmy, foot-ligh- mor m Hoop-skir- e -- W Gr O S, y - i low-liue- u d . BUGGIES Ncir-lIiiuIur- CABBIAGBS, Corii-SUellcra- . Hop car-loa- , ' ' ri The K. C. Knnlneer sre now survey Ing a route from here to Ilia mniith of Capl, T. J, Henrf, ef Morgan, Nominated for Renfro's. or to Maret'a Mill. lis nuitnalrnseM,lha Srnl l Hater A Jsmes, Cant. Tom Jim Ballard la'foretnan of Crakorthsnl. hss dlwolsul, II W James Appellate Clerk, In Jury Very Utile Km been done retiring snd A J mjlf continuing; lu IhlIoms. hs rmtrrtd the Grand A onr.AT iletl of lh (lrm Isilrr I so Mr mat The will all lll(llect sll rminu Mill. UK, quit likely la Court, It lladsnls. A. J. and tlil wttk In the Condition t Frankfort moat of the big criminal rasea will b con, W. JA.WM, Friday Morning, January ltf, 1882 to nominate candidate 1st Apllale tinued. Mr. W. II Albright will not accept Clerk. The canraaa lias been a iruttactl nunmiKAR nMmst:rH.TH. this the lax EDITOR on, and s there were Mtenteen csndl-dat- to hold bookoffice a year. He will conllnne W. P. WALTON, lila SherllT, however. It among them the pick of tlie Sole, I probable thaMh collection of the taxes much enthtiiissm lu been and Mill la will be intrusted to Mr J. T, Stephens, 1)111 wns up TimTiirin CoratnUsion manifest, A greatar number of delegates He Is a good man for the place. BHODIIEAD, KY., docket of our Circuit Court, now fofdtfcusifonintho Bcnnto Tuesday, than uiiial went lo Frankfort, and Majnr ik 138 Commonwealth In session, contain when both Bayanl and Beck ipoko. Hull rs far too email lo accommodate cases, 07 equity cases, of which 13 are ap- General Herchandise.Drugs,!:, TlieWmer believes OinUuch a com- them. The delegation from the various pearances, and 30 common law cases, nf Five of the ComW have a lam stock of res Districts met at 10.30 which 13 appearance. mission, taken from among tho civil- Congressional monwealth case are for murder, and one is whteh w stock the ques- Wednesday for preliminary wrk, and at for manslaughter. ians would tend to removo 12 M. Ool. Stoddard Johnston called the Jack Adam A Son desire to remind tion of tariff from tho arena of sec Contention to order, and after an appro all those indebted to them that the new tional and partisan feeling, which of priate epeech, announced that lie ws year haa arrived, and It I a proper time in v.rmlfWa. drains, r'urnliure. Ar A ami Msson Omsn itself would boa very satufactory end. about to retire from the Slate Central settle old scores. Header, If you owe a A llsmllnorgans for in, a Wae.1 Kawlna. Machine ani siatmnes ai inner tict, anu note or account, they want you to come tor IN. of which he had at the In (lea satUfaetlon. lie ii- opposed to a tarift solely for Committeeten yearn. He then been chair- and pay it without delay. They desire to warranted H per thousand Anj Hrlckwlihtng kiln en anr Introduced lo Irom man for or cor Una will pleat rail but is as much against a Speaker W. C Oarena an temporary be square with the world at the beginning thine In particulars. Illee us a en u and wilt for revenue, t Irtal further 2l Of course, lie too had tt male of the year. that thla la I ha plac to lur goods. high protcctivo tariff. Beck, on tho chairman. The devil.ilriven out of I.onlsr llle.ner- a speech, but It. waa abort and dnted other hand, warmly opposed tho com- Juniua ltocliester and V F Bell were haps, br Bro. Btrne. seemed to have full hereTuesdar.Hegot along well enough mission, and was amazed at tho sur- nude temporary Secretaries riiel'otiimil-tee- a sway hia authority conflicted with that nf were chosen one from each dlaltiiU until render by any Democrat to a Repub- E. It, Qalther, of Mercer, waa appointed Judge W O. Bradley, Then the fun commenced, and times were fresh and lively lican rrcaldenVby protecting monop- from the 8th on credentials, Oil. V U. for a while, but at last accounts, llradler on permanent orgauita-lioof olists aganst tho obligations and pow- Welch, Lincoln, Waddle, of PiiUskl, on waa on ton, and waa "holding the fort." and O. II. Amid the exciting scene ol Tusidar. ers of thfl representatives of tho resolution. J. II. Ilruce waa chnneri at TIiIhNcw .Mill, containing (lie Intent unil The tempor and the popping of pistols Tiiedv nlzht. Ho said that a tariff frr rovenue one of the being completed the Contention Judge Randall seemed perfectly serene. In ary work only, did not mean free trado by any adjourned until 3 r. M. Hie time from repone to a remark expressing surprise at retvirlcd, waa his calmness, the Judge said that a man till the means, for his party favored tho rais then In with allCumuiitlera bojlsh wit and ho had been thrnuch his exnerlrnrn tn kind of ailed of tho nonsense. The Cum ml tire on organiti-tio- n Ilrrathitt county, could not very well be For inuiiiitiiciiirliiK meal unil flour, Ih untr hi Tnll operation. ing of much tho largest portion y, come unrultled until he could see two or W'n will Krlml Tor ciHlomorM, for llic present, oii'TiiCfliliiy, reported the Democratic Stale necessary revenuo Irom custom dues. and named John W Vliipm, of three freshly butchered men. Tlutrmliij-- , Friday anil Niitiirdiiy orciich weeK, anil on 1 lie case He showed in his masterly way, how Caser, for thla District It sis i ol the commonwealth mill all other public ilnju. Wc Hollell a liberal nliarc tho high protective tariff had robbed Hon. Win Llniltv for IVrmuieiil Chair- W A. Owena was called in the Circuit u. Court yesterday morniug, and the imprrs of palroiuicu ami will enileuror (o kItc entire and T. and K F. the country, except a lavored few, of man,Secretaries Madden ltrnwn, II Petit sion ai tne lime si writing tuts, wss that Dr. II (or of Lin millions yearly, and how a TariQ coin, waa honored aa one of the Vice Presi It would be tried. As there was no attor ney present interested, who could act aa C6m,rai!sion, appointed by n high pro- dents On the call of the Congressional specisl judge, it waa psed until this AliTii) n on Imitil anil for wile. IIIrIicnI caMi price paid for Corn, Districts, the various candidate were put tective President would delay matters In nomination, Hon. A II. Caruth nom- morning, lion JW. 11. Uwsley was exW It ea l, Orders left nt Mill promptly attended to. and mako thorn even worse than at inated Stmuel tlainca In a eery hand- pected to arrive yesterday evening. a wit It was In Court Monday, that MATTINGLY, McALISTEK & CO. some speech, W. II. Fleming nominated present. He was for Congress, the J F Davis, OITutt raminaieflT J Hrnry, ness named liobinson was leatllyitig sgainst an old woman wbom he wished to proper place for it, to act on the qaes Col.T. P. Hill nominated Or... Wul "bind to the peace." The witness waa nar far tt sr, (lie U ). 11 T tion nt once. His speech lasted two ford,ftc The last was delivered in m. 7 Said I MfJ - JUF "art jV afart aVaaB net's best vein, and waa a superior fl..tt. crow examined bv Capt. Hoi man f TTW. all of Judge Ilreckinridge nnd Senator Fugle Holman: "Do you know the character hours, and was like -- ' --j -mjj I Ih nk Slid the wilna: Wolfonl's roiulnalion. The IhiawomanT his'.efforts', clear, logical, and to the seconded on Credential not being ready I do." "What iahercharaelrrr'tnnnlrxl Committee point. lo report, an adjournment was carried till TumrV therei'.' .hMyt.led'Ta'il HutcJ.uI if 111 keep ,.M.,,.ly .. I......1 morning. On iueling. a till Oath's hate of Blackburn crops good yesterday lime m conailnied by tlie the gineral opinion I that she Is a very line of the eholecHt dtnl of outajhk letters to tho Enquirer. He report ol that ioimuittce, ami at about 11 interruptions womsn " 1 Tuesday night, about o'clock one Gov. Parker, now a o'clock the billtlng commenced. At noon iv ot young men, wno-- e names t we received the following: known writer.bul probably resiaentof Deadwood, Da., has come Frankfort, Jan. 12. First ballot just grand to the paraded, the streets while the jurv, in response to Burbridge's telegram, taken Wolford, 118; Henrv. 92: Hewitt. -waa fa'ling in torrents, discharging 85 j Gaines, 78; Dtvia, C8; I'oore, CO rain to bo his second man, and says ii their pistols. About one hundred shots Necessary to a choice Ai'J. were fired, but no body v. as scared except does not fight Blackburn, he J. W. Alcorn. a few timid, nervous ladles, and some litA IBS o'clock List night the followinirsue- - tle children. Judge Bradley supposed the will. Oath insolently adds that if AllorMlilch they will shooting was meant to intimidate biro, and Blackburn, does not face the music, clal waa received : Frankfort, January 12. The result of if hia auppoeition U correct, the action of now that ho has a man of his age the tenth ballot is, Wolford. 14G: Henrv. the young men appears to have been very 191 Necesaarv and style to contend with, he ought 200; Hewitt, 170 ; Gaines,light will be be foolish. to a choice, ;;u;i. The Peksokal Messrs. Wm. Wherrilt and uIho UKcntM for the wile of Mnftlii;l,ei superior again to cross a goose pasture.' tween Henry, Hewitt and Qainc. Wol- John Marrs, ofLancaster, were at Pine Hill, They "never Woolen GooiIh and YiiriiM. ford is defeated. Pat McDonald, assisting Mr. C. Crooke, President, lo comIt will be remembered that Blackburn leoman Office. pile a statement, showing the Pine Hill crossed Gath's goose pasture once, and LATER. Coal Company's business for the put two pay hia linos. The Court ordered JOHN W. KKltllY that a black eye and a swollen mouth, Frankfort, January 12. CapL T.J. years, and its present condition. Dr. J. W ready to be lemoved to the jail. He and him to to the oAr of A. disfigured his countenance for many Henry, of Morgan, waa nominated on the Grant, of Lancaster, is at the Joplin hia father then 'rose and swore he should Is a candidate for county, August election, US2. aeaaor of lturscaiUa thirteenth ballot. Wolford waa droniied House. Willis Adams, Jr., of Paint Lick, days. ' This is the secret of Gath's on the eleventh ballot, and the contest was In town yesterday, mingling with old not go to jail. "Take Champ Mullins to friends. Miss Josie Dutton, alter a short jail, also," was the response which the venom, which has cropped out rooro came between Henry and Hewitt. ISAAC A. NTKWAItT, visit to .Miss Ida Adams, has returned to Court gave lo this defiant snnouncemenl. J. tt. ALCORN than once before, since his rough Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Proc When the officer undertook to remeve LEGISLATIVE, AT they resisted, and the scene that entor, of Birmingham, Ala., are the guests them treatment by the "rhetorician ot the Cour-rooof Mr. and Mrs. Crooke, at Pine Hill. sued can not be described. The Mt. Vornon, Ky. glittering forefinger." was crowded John Mullins made A bill to declare seduction under Mr. W. Q. Adams, or Paint Lick, is here promise of marriage, a felony, haa been on a visit to his father. O. W. McClure, a demonstration, aa if he waa drawing a Traellrea Iu the Court of Roeaeaitle aud adlolnlnf We fear the bill which has passed presented. J J. Brown, C. A. Redd, 8r., were the del- pistol, and hia father picked up a chair. Oltlr In Iu th Judge Hansford has Introduced a bill egates from this county to the Appellate The officer aeized them and undertook lo rounliea and yard. Court of Arreala. tho House to punish murder only by Mly to amend the act incorporating Rush Clerkship Convention. J. 11. Tinsley, of overcome them. Champ Mullins is on of death, will be the means of many a Branch Church jn this county. was in attendance at Court the most powerful men, physically, in the iiaroourviue, NAM M. IIUKDKTT, A bill requiring all dealers in plaving here several days this week. He is looking county, and it lakea a half dozen ordinary cownrdly slayer of his fellow-man- , cards to pay a license of $15 annually, the unusually well, and waa warmly welcomed men to handle him. The scuflle became going freo of justice. The average sum to co to the school fund. Massed the AT terrible. Men were knocked down, tables by hia many friends. were juryman is so possessed of that mawk- Senate. and chairs kicked Alt. Vernon, Ky. It appears that a recent item in ibis guards rushed inover, pistols guns, drawn Old man Phengo, of Garrard, wants column in regard to the burning of Mr. A oaths with shot k ish sentimentalism towards the law making New Year's day a legal McC. Hemphill's store, at Livingston, did and yells came from the surging maas nrofeaalon la Roekrsall and Will prattle ers, that it has been exceedingly hard holidar. repealed, and haa introduced a that gentleman an injustice. The item around the offenders, and the ruli for the adjoining eoontlehiaand la th Court of Appeals, doors and windows was tremendous. Judge Bpeclsl attention ft fen to collet Hon. stated that the goods burned were worth to convict murderers, even with the b,ll,,,'V;edTec,r , , onouiu juuge iianioru a oiii 10 give about that caused Bradley left the bench and shouted, "I penalty optionary at confinement in County Judges final jurisdiction in all by a $S00, and flue. the fire waais, that call on every man in this house to help ardefective The truth the remtentiary, and it will be more sums oi $50 anda under, pass, the Circuit Mr. Hemphill had invoiced bis stock only rest these men, and I will assist, myself." Court can save great deal of valuable a few days before, and it amounted to Someone handed him a pistol, and he adso if this bill becomes a law. Our time. And ltarrr Naw Yeas: Oreetlngt Nor could the fire possibly have vanced into the attuggling crowd, renderThe Senate has passed the bill increaa-in- g been accidental. There was no fire in the ing what assistance he could. The two opinion all along has been that the the par of grand lurors to SI 50 and stove when Mr. II. left the store between Mullins' fought their way out of the Court Old Santa Claus' Headquarters jurylshould only decide on the grade of petit jurors to $2 per day. with $1 ad sundown and dark. It is generally be- room, down the stairs and into the street. of ojjence and let the Judge fix the ditional to the latter when kept together lieved that the fire was the work of an in- When tkey reached the street some one a pistol, and he fired night. banded John penalty. This is the law in Indiana over The House passed a bill taking away cendiary. Besides the goods, a number of two shots, inMuljinsdirection is unknown. WILLIAM M. WEBER'S what accounts, amounting to $800 was burned. and some other States, and it is said the discretionary power of a jurr to pun- This correction is most cheerfully made. The officers seemed powerless, or ineffi- DRUG & BOOK STORE Mt.Vernon,Ky. ish murder by death or confinement in the Mr. Hemphill is an honest upright gentle- cient. The posse kept up the pursuit, to work admirably. penitentiary for life, and fixed the penalty man, and his low is quite a heavy one. The however, and both men were finally arrestImmense stock of Holiday goods, ronslillns; of iu great varlsly, Bible After a great deal of silly twaddle at death alone. been Introduced to par the writer would not willingly make him the ed and placed the jail. In the etruggle on rhotoersph Alliums tnl'sTterle,, Musical In fln A bill has jailer. Mr. Hotik, receiv- binding, (lift llooki, victim of misrepresentation. The author the atairway, about a "return to barbarism," "want- coat of sending the Slate troop to York-towtfcills, all sites and sons. Toilet Hu, La. a severe choking. The excitement was ity for the first item wss a statement from ed Pocket Ituoks, Kitrscts,lin We hope the Solon will think a a man who is a stranger in this commuat white heat ft.r about half an hour, and dies' lNrtuionlisand ing to get another chauco at the neades,Olls, Ac A splendlalln of Jewelry fur 1. when quiet was restored, every body dies snd dentlemen, choice Caudles, Hr Crack, long time before permitting this uncalled nity. gro," it a, the cowardly office seekers for raid on the treasury. era, Ac Circuit Court convened tor its winter breathed mor freely after the closest The Legialature adjourned Tuesday, term Monday morning. A telegram hav- search failed to discover any cortwes The of the Kentucky Legislature defeated T, Oho. W.lUxaa. of respect of Hon, W. tho Whipping Post bill in the House, out Butler. Ifto the memory ait still and ing been received to the effect that his jury in the Randall case were scattered in J. Clash. they were to O. Honor, M. II Uwsley, could not be here the contused crowd, and after order emerg by a vote of 41 to 47. Wo have no try to invent excuses for their laiinrs. until after Wednesday, an election for spe- ed from chaos, and the Court resumed it doubt that each of tho 47 arc con vine they could not do much better. They would cial judge waa held, resulting in the selec session, the attorneys for Randall moved follow the precedent of a former body and tion of Hon. W. O. Bradley. tn discharge the jury and continue the tried of tho necessity of such a law, but adjourn to see an elephant swim the river, Warren, the Attorney for the Mr. It. C. al till next term. Mr. Attorney Warren MT. VERNON, KY Common wealth, waa promptly on hand, looking un- resisted this motion, but Judge Bradley hejfeare that it would kill him politi if they had a chance. DKILIU IU usually well, and apparently stimulated by being satisfied lhat a judgment of convicNOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. cally, and ruin forever his chances of tion would not stand, after the separation Dry GooiIh, GroccrlcM. IIiiIh, s an overwhelming desire to crush of the jury, discharged the jurr from any Ciih, IloutM, .NIiucm u ml Kv- ever being elected cither as Constable Hon. J. F. Wilson haa been nominat- The list of Uranu Juror drawn wall as fiirthex consideration ot the case, and (IiIiik Urtiiully Kept Iu or Coroner again. ed for the U S, Senatorahlp, from Iowa, follows: J. II. Lair, O. 8 Martin, H. O granted the continuance. Wednesday More. ii Flr-rtthere br leaving Kirkwood out in the cold Sutton, W. II. McCluire, Wallace Clark, morning, the grand jury were brought into TiiEitE are 710 undecided cases ou They constantly buy snd sell The Louisville A Nashville ha de- Henry Cromer, Elisha Proctor, J. M.Jones, Court and Judge Bradley delivered a very James Cheel O. tho docket of tho Court of Appeals, clared a dividend of three per cent, and nut,D. Cook, Putret, Purcell.V. PTazwell solemn and linprewjve charge on the Shingles, Tosts and All Sorts ot David Elder, James hows a large aurptua. December Is said Tuesday night He audpGl new cases to be submittal to to have been the Lest month in the history Hutf. J 11. Hays. T J, Ballard. Mr. Com- - scene of Tuesday ami Tue-da- y Lutnbor at Fuir Murkotltatos. was a foul monwealth's AtWney Warren delivered told them the riot of this month. In view of this, the of the road. the county, Butter, Egvjs. Feathers and all kinds of the charge to the Grand Jury, in a very atain on the fair name nf Country Produce Wnntou, at the Legislature is devising plans fur relief, hungThe negro, Major Hicks, who la to be clear, forcible and Impressive wanner. He which it would take year Iu efface. He January 29th, at Covingtou, is down tm-fithem to htUbeat marlmt lrIco. but they ought to pass n vote of ceu with what is alUned to be the small pox, touched upon all the crimes knun to the chargedand indict make a searching investigation every offender. Champ though It la charged that the emotions on law books, and urged the Grand Jurorx to Mullins and John were then brought from euro on the present Court for neglecthia face is caused by a copioua bath of unite willingly with him In hia efforts to the jail into Court. Both apologized for WJLLARD HOTEL LOTTERY DRAWIM ing their public for their privato bus- Croton Oil. Ha la after a itav of execu- break up lawlessness in the community. A terrible, but bloodless riot occurred their conduct of Ihe preceding day, and iness. They might catch up if they tion and will no doubt, get it. 14th Febraary, 1882, Tuesday afternoon The expressed the deepest humiliation. The The question of jurisdiction in the st the Court required nf Champ Mullin a bond would work. Ouiteati case waa decided by Judge Cox cause of the Commonwealth vs Robert nf $500, and ol John Mullins a bond of OK MONEY REFUNDED I Randall, for murder, was in progress, Hon. Judok W. II Randall, is an ap- against the defense. He summed up (he W O. Bradley sitting as special Judge. A $1,000 aa security (or their good behavior question that jurisdiction is complete in LouiaviLLS, Kr iKofcninerlO, IHI. during the next twelve months They plicant for the vacancy on tho Court the place where the wound I completed, witness for the prosecution was testifying, gave Resolved, That Ihe Hoard the bonds, John Owens, J S. Callo- consent lo s jstnenient ol th of Couiintatloner when John Mullin, a witness who bad Drawing of Claims bench, with a fair chance consequently this court ha full cognisance been placed under the rule, came into the way and J. W Goff, berorairg their secu- WllUrii Hotel tottery until Ihe llth day or of the r'eU. Judge Cox next took up of the case. rities. John Mullins replevied the fines ruary, 18s.and that lliejf will not consent to any of securing it. He is a gentleman the question of the legal test of insanity, Court room in an intoxicated condition imposed the day before, amounting to $20, further poatioiiemeot of thosams. Several perthe Bonner MaLLoar, Chairman. whom nil Keutuckians, without regard and decided that a knowledge and appre- and leaned agalnit fined bar. leaning for on the and they were then discharged from custoBy Ihe aboee reaolutlon tins drawing must and ciation of the difference between right and sona had just been to politics would liko to see honored, wrong must be taken as the Bradley soke to Mullins, dy. In the afternoon they went to their w to had ou Ih day fixed, nr mouey distributed current test. bar. Judge to When sober, Champ back enough a witness, and homes at Pine Hill K tlekeis are sold before dale fixed, the and if President Arthur wants a pure F.very material point in his rulings were asking him If he was notreply, inquired Mullins is one nf the most peaceable, res- drawing will I bsd, and notice of same will be directly against the prayera of the defense. receiving an affirmative and incorruptible man to fill the of- During Judge Porter's speech, he grew what he was doing in the Court room pectable, well behaved gentlemen in the gtreu through the pajra. county. He has many friends who feel as 1.1HT OV IMtlZKH. fice, he cannot do better than appoiut particularly severe on Gulteau, when the Mullins rcsonded that "he was standing much mortification as he, over the matter. Th Mlllsrd Hotel wlih sll Its ICORfl 0011 latler cried out. staked my life on the there, he reckoned." "Fine him $10 Mr John Mullins Is also a quiet him. lUtuieaandrurnllur. jgJU,UUU Clerk," said the Judge. "I'd like lose issue and I'm willing to go lo the gallows ....! J,000 young man, except when whisky gels the One Healdencson tlrern htreet 'Fine The Shelby Sentinel has taken on a if It is the Court's will. I'm you get it," said Mullins. commenthim $10 heller of him, Both of them greatly re- Ooe llesldem on Ureen Htreet. .... lVOu on the ........ 10,000 Judge Porter. I wiah more," was the Judge' Two Cash I'rlaes, each IV 00 gret the aflalr, and It is Ihe common wish Two Cash rrls, each H.OW) quarto form, and from being a baud-soiu- o sick of this bosh, 4,00(1 get vour S5.000 and go home." insulting remark, "Ye, and twenty Toil wonld .. 4,000 each more,"ssid Mullins, starling toward the that henceforth they may steer clear of the FlT(aslt frltcs, each II.OiV paper before, it has gotten to be .......... 2,800 "Take him to Ie.ll. Mr. Itouk."ald awful whirlpool of intoxication. Judge i If Cash Trim, .!. IMfl door. HIT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. OiA L...I. l.l.u rii. alAl w. IK). ..m.. w,ww ril.T a beauty now. We are glad to know 1,000 the Court, addressing the jailer; "Summon Bradley'a promptness and firmness haa (in Hundredlite. 1'rlxea, each Cash Sam. M, Burdttt, Editor, I,. Uk.rlfl. In l..l. vn " Xfnllln. ll..r. been highly commended by all Ihe good Mr Hundred Cash l'rlies, tach ti0........ 10,000 that it is so prosperous Its advertis..... . 1,000 Ouarietol liar cltlzena, who, though a little slow at first Ou Hue I'isnerurnllur Kid. Stephen Collier and family hare ran out nf the followed , ... ....... .. 600 ing patronage is immense, a fact become citizens of Mt. Vernon. They the two deputy Court room, and (1 Sherifls, J.O. fi come to his assistance, finally saw their On Handsome SllterTtSBtt 100 11,400 duly and come up boldly to assist in 400 Uoxea Old llourbou Whisky I3. which shows that its cxcellenco us an moved into the Mary Miller properly Ut Albright. They pursued him to the .. 10 Basket Chauipagu IM -. l:S maintaining law and order when J, C. Albright fired a shot to8,000 I'll llundrad Cash I'rlaes, escb II0 . advertising medium is appreciated by Monday. ll.OW tOOUoiHt'U Wines) tU. It la said that Kid, Vanhook, who re- ward Mullins, and Mullins relumed the 2(0 iloxes Kobertsoii Coioly Wbltky, 3o, ,000 its wide awake merchants, cently conducted a protracted meeting at Gre, both shooting up. G. II. Aibnghl NT. VhU.IOK iDVJUTlSKllrJ.ITR. ......... 4,000 400 Boies Hataua Cigars, 110 thla place, will be asked to preach for us ihen shot twice at Mullins, who returned 5,000 Mrs Hundred Cash trills, each 110 ... . A Select Committee on Woman's once a month this year. If he consents to the fire discharging two shots, one of , AUOUNTINU TO IW,W. Ilighti will be appointed iu the Sen- viait us, we shall have preaching twice a which cam near doing the business for Wool tickets. IS, bsliei. II; u,usrtsls, II. iiitowiv, may U mad by llank Check, hxpreu, the deputy sheriff Mullins wst finally ate,' a resolution .lo that elfect hav- month. I'ostal Money Order, oi ltglstred Mall. lUipon. Y Mr, Stephen Gibson, of Clay county, captured by the officers and a posse which slbl agents wsuled st all points ror Circulars, ing passed by a vote of 35 to 23. Both sold his farm, lying near Manchealer, con- had been summoned to assist, end waa gtilngfull Information aud lor tickets, address Mt, Vornon, Ky, W.Cli, Willi's-room. back to the taining iBtck and Williams voted "nay," and (0,000. 1,000 acres lo W. J. ('and 1, for broughtChamp Mullin, Couit wss also Ills WILLAKU IIOTKL, MJUIbVILLU, KY. who In. John of It Hereafter they had better steer clear Laurel, haa was said that $13,000 Pitman, for father, toxicated, came In with him. John Mulbeen oflered cash McUOUEUTS A HTAOU. AOUNTS. I'racllctala all ths Courts. Ottic South side of Madison county. UTANrOItU, KY. lens spoke to the Court, saying be was Uslo street. bis farm lying near London. THE STATE CONVENTION. IMNNOIjUTIOIV. ao?A.3ri,oiax3, icy. lnlrrl ln R0BT. S. LYTLE ! NVCCKSNOIt TO MtAT.I STICK ItfOUrR, e, Having bought the McAlister interest in the above named firm at a considerable discount, I am thereby en- J,.n..d.a.iun,.abled to offer great inducements in prices on Dry Goods, ,fes;U7,ir. Call and see what you can do before U&l&vsS'yovLbuy. "With thanks to my friends for past favors, I hope to solicit a liberal share of the same m the iuture. nLa 111 497-- J. II. Albright & Oo. stictorid, -- KiE3sra?TJOK:"sr- - - 3ROBT. JS. W. n, & HIMIli IIhh n big lot of peo-plc- f. MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY Weil-ncrnla- The Original and Only Com-mill- Maw Jyi JAW GENUINE Courtlii HiiU-raclto- W ! r'sLaaaH Flour, Moal, Corn, Bran, SlripstuiY, &c., B IHH Willi Moping I.hiiiImIiIc. le. try loin and-a-hal- f ei saU-J- rt Jk.J.rj V e. iNff 4!tvt 1" y? rccelicl I'M l'rrl.rk'Ba W.v Ml .Ft' W ee- fit. t fr-c- 'WJmm ljrj V 3S33-INFRINGING UK AR33 IMITATIONS. (tun,: AND lBg.EMfli ' .! VfHQHj I GET THE GENUINE. Btate-s.tha- S Groceries,Confectioneries, .Aisro- Colobratod Oliver. Bur-brid- FAMILY at tho Very arc Afm None claim to have abot-- tor plow; Ih lo Tliclr only hIiiiIlcKHi-- umkcHM Soil Lowest Possible Margin. fcooil n out. Mich IhiKiiIIoiih. OHcr't name B-' Ih on the bi'iiui. iih none other uro n n I ne. ol nil Nrc llmt u a ATTORNEY LAW, J. R.WARREN & SON Go to Courl-Uo- the 1'onl OUIeo Store Tor Maple nml Fancy ATTORNEY LAW, O-ROCERI- ES law-brea- Meal,Flour, Lard,Potatoes Tinware, ln.s.swurc, A Merry Christmas $1,-80- QUEENSWARE, W00DENWARE,&c. We laid in, before the late rite in tame, a large and Complete Assortment of Canned Goods, Such as Corn, Toraatoos, Poas, Boans, Foaclios, Foars, Initru-ment- a. n. Knspborrlos, Strawborrlos, &o. Wehiroon ban I, also, a stork ol Coal Buckets, Kitchen Sets, Shovels, CLARK & BAKER Poiiors. cfco- - t Produce of all kinds taken in exchange for Goods at tho highest market price. evil-doer- co f da ASHER OWSLEY, OPERA IIOU.SE BLOCK DEALEK IN- - Court-hous- e Hardware and Groceries. Largeit anortment of 111 STOVES AND -- IN GEATES TOWN- - 'I ..... I GOAL HODS AND VASES, FIRE-BRIC- K ! R & OLAY CHIMNEYS, Ii'oii, lVail.s5 Iloie-iSlioe- s, rail-roa- --- QUEENSWARE AND TINWARE, J. w. Salt. Ixizne and Cement, WnEEL BAIIROWS, niNOES, BOLTS, ATTO RNE AT LAW, .) , 1 Wagon and Bnggy Material, CHAMPION IJAltUKD WIKI2, Ac. Kfo A Din lot of Oliver Plows Just arrivid at W. II HlgglnV. TA NFOED, K Friday Morning, January V 13, 1882 Kxtra Family Flour can McAlisler A ItrlghtV he found at on Tuesday and Saturday evenings st train time nt Dawson Una'. Fnrsll Fmt , Indebted to Hale A Nunnelley are LOCAL NOTICES. hereby notified to call ami settle at once. Hnunt Can of Mme anil Cement t A. This means alt. Owsley's McAlimtkr A IlnimiT have also put up Nrw tnd full slock of Clock at Penny a street lamp. others follow In the A MeAIIaterV Hamilton Bxr.iu Plow) always on good work. hsr.d at A.Owsley's. ALL persons having skales belonging to Iliu Stock of Clumplori llsrb Wire on the Club are rrquealed to return them tolianil at A. Owsley's. day. Oeo. MaAllaiff, Prealilent. Cuoicr, Fresh anil Fine Candles, at I have Juat received a full slock of A HlsggV Oil, 176 Harneaa, Saddlea, llrldlra, and everything Ilur Louisville Hesd-llgh- t ImI, from IV n 117 AMcAllster, In that line which I will sell lower than Imported Ciruiia for Scents, and Lett anybody. W. It. Car son. In the cllr- at McUoberls .V Stsgg's, Tiik case of the negro, Mulllns, conWatciiix, Clocka and Jewelry repaired victed of the murder of another negro, and and warranted bjr Penny A McAlisl er. l)o not forget that we art ready to re- which was appealed from this counly, Is ceive the amount of your account for 1881. set for argument on the 17th. Mclloberts A Htsgg. Sor Owem will oiler for sale at the Our stock of Drugs, 1'alnU, Oilt and Varnishes, l complete In ever; respect. February Court, six head of thoroughbred Mclloberts A 8tsgg. cattle, (one Hull and five feraalta). The A riNr. Una of Toilet Sosps, Perfumery, aale will be positive. Look out for fine Hair, Nail, Tooth and Clothe llrushea, stock. It very cheap, at Penny A McAlialer's. New Store. Mr. K. P. Owsley will PERSONAL open out In one of the new s Dr. 8. P. Craio went to Louisville about the 1st of March, a full line of Tuesdsy. Dry (IcKxls, Roots Shoes, Ac, e wish Mr. F. A. Johei, of Kindlon, la here him great success. on a tIsIi. Mil. J. D CiiANiiLKn, Superintendent of Mil. Jam w Hour IIiiown la spending the Pine Hill Coal Company, la a man after a week In Lancaster. Moans J. 8. KocKr.n and J. W. Mc our own heart. He sent ua eighteen new AlUter left yesterday for a business trip to subscribers, this week, for which we are truly obliged lo him. New York City. Eld. and Mrw. W. I Williams and The Danville Iribunt idsn with hla Miss. Dot la were down to we the little mouth open and hla eyes looking improving-l- y lady the other day. at Arthur, speaks of him aa "our noble Mr. J. W. IUydem attended the en president." He won't think him quite so tertalnment of the Islington Skating noble when he sends him marching home Club and waa delighted, minus the much craved poalofllce. Late Mraxw. Attciimas, William Per advices ssy that (len. Fry is the coming rln and Mix Jrssle Perrin.of Platte county, man. Mo., are visiting relatives in llita counly. l Horn Hanks have declared a Wi! learn that Mr. It. W. Olvens.who dividend of four per cent., and their re broke a couple of hla ribs by a fall last port elsewhere show them In excellent wtek, ia gelling along finely, and wilt condition. Tuesday the following Direc soon bo out. tors were elected: Farmers' National Dn. J. F. Peyton has remored lit of- J. II. Shanks, S. H.Shanks, 0. A. Lackey, fice to the ee'eond story of Ilaughman's T. P. Hill, It. W. Given, It. n. Wooda, I.lrery Stable, where he haa an elegant J. J. William, Dr. Edward Alcorn, ulle of rooma. T. C. Humber. National-- H. S. Withers, Mr. It. If. Wr.AitnN haa gone to Klcli T. It. Montgomery, T. J. Foater, I). W. mond, with a view of locating there. We Vandeveer, J. 8. Hocker, J. W. McAllster. hope, however, he will change hit mind McunEIU of the Dsmocratto Countv and remain here. Mr. A. 0. Whitley, of Danville, his Committee will remember that they are been much in lliti vicinity of lale, but requested to meet at Col Welch's office in Saturday, the attraction In gone, and we will see no Stanford, at 'J r. u., to fix the manner and time of nominating more of him for a sessou. candidates for county officers. The names Tiik following la from the XtchoWa-TlllJournal: Mis Lliia Kngleman who of the Committee are : Col. W. G. Welch, has been visiting Miss Mary A. llronstigh, Chairman, Wm. Clymer, Ellerson Padgleft for her home on Wednesday. We ett, J. 11. Napier, James A. Givens, It. H. know of a prominent Physician who hardly Ilronaugh, J. r.. I.ynn, a. J. I.mury, K. II. knows Quinine from Syrup of Squlls since Woods and W. P. Walton. her departure TllERKare always plenty of ol.l fogies, All It Mi. Itsrne Is doing finely in IouI ville, considering he la a he terms il "not far from hell." Up io Wednesday there had been UfiO o nftssions, and quite a large number anolnled. According In a table published In the New York Oivmr, there are (1,377,300 Catholics; 2,528,003 Methodists, counting both branches! 2,290,327 IteguUr 681,101 Northern, 121,015 Southern, and 113,0X1 Cumberland 1'iesbylerians; 319,680 Episcopalians; 381,332 and but 340,000 Iteformera. This laat Is evidently a mistake. There are a), most that many in Kentucky. lisp-listCongrega-tionalist- s: s LAND, STOCK AND CROP. - I e LOCAL HATTERS. Illggins. Kit ran For a iip-to- amoke, call on' W. II. A bolted meal at McAlisler Jlright's. eon Urothers, Fresh OYatrnj just received at Daw. re- Hio Stock New Orleani augar Just ceived at Hale A Nunnelley'a. KNDLtra rariety of canned good, bought at low price, at Hale A NnnnelleyV I wriL be thankful for any Information aa to the whereabouta of Henry Clay Snodgraee. Address, W. II. Collier, Bred bead, Ky. Mrn. II. T. Harris recutita that all peraona having booka belonging to the Pink Collage Library wilt deliver them to her, ahe hating been made the custodian of them. Mr. I.oiit. 8. Lytlk atarla out on hie own book by letting the people know where he ia and what he can do. He U one of our moat worthy young men, and ought to be liberally patroniied. , Dit. George W. Uronatigh haa moved hla residence from the Commercial Hotel lo the house of Cap I. Forlunatus McKinney, N. K. Cor. Main and Boraorset streets. Ilia office remains at liefore, on Lancaster elreet. W. Coppage haa brought Ilia SuiT.-Joauit in the Marlon Circuit Court againat the L. A N. It. K. for $100,000 damage for tho killing of Ms son, John Q. Coppage, at Pennlck's Station, during the Christmas liolldayt. Some crank will lixie an Illustrated paper in Louisville on he loth, to be to the Hump levival of Pitcher and St. Osrg Oh. Harnes." It ia a ahame that mm will go into a uch en terprises. lit: a ii re to attend the Kink The Valley Cornet Hand will discourse aoroe excellent muatc, and Messrs. W. H. Mcltoberls, Kobt. MoAlialer, T. M. John- aton and James Severauce will see that oTery body baa a good time. hn "de-Tote- d Tiik reason Is advancing, and in order to reduce hit largo atock and be ready for an early supply of Spring (looda, I offer for caah anything in my Hue at greatly reduced prices. Tliia no catch penny more. I mean bualneaa. So call at once and procure auch bargains aa will surprise you. J. W. Hayden. "Tiieiie was a crooked man and he walked a crooked mile," but whin he reached J. Winter A Co.' clothing emporium corner of Third and Market Streets, Louisville, Ky., he went in and bought a new Winter Suit which filled hliu so ele gently, he did not know himself when he looked in the glass he wax ao straight and comely. There is an old Idea that the first twelve days of the New Year represent the character of the weather for each of the months following. If there Is anything in ao absurd a proposition, the farmera will hate no reason to complain of a want of water thia year, for according to the rule abote, every month will be remarkable for long and continued rains, while the summer months will be one unending rainy spell. You to Call mid See bushel. You Will Duller bought of Jesse Martin Not. of Woodford, 21 head of 'J year-olmule st $98 per head. According lo the Auditor's Iteport, SK1Y ADTKIlTINEHKSTs. 8,773 sheep, valued at $21,080, were killed by dogs Isst yesr. The total earnings of the C H. It It. f AND. IJO Acres of ImprotsJ Lsrnl, for sale! XJ on Hanging rorr, mucoid voudi, for December were $230,471, an Increase lo V. V. Wslton, Stanford. over 1880 of $77,090. W. V. ItAMSEY W. T, Green sold to Jack Hayden, of In their IiiiiiiInoiuo now ntoro room In Wayne, his farm of 2 10 acres near Crib la a candidate lor AS8ES80H, suljsct to the will ol lb Democracy, Orchard, for $25 per acre, cash. At the Versailles Court, Beard A JOHN ItLAIN B0TLE COUNTf. of Shelby county, bought of J. CI.EP.C, suljcct to Is a csndMst for COUNTY Danrile. II. Jones, U hssd of broke mules at $165 sny sctlon otthn Democracy, KccpcoiiHtaiilly onlinntl a full stock Iloworlh's Hibernlca had a good per head. house of well pleased people. John M. Hail sold to A. T. Nunnelley JOHN L. JtAlX The Hank reporla show that Ihey hold 12 cattle, averaging about 860 pounds, at Individual deposits to the amount of $ Is a candidate for COUNTY ASiEdSOK, subject 111) wethers to lb win orth vtmocrscy. $27; and to David N. Prewill Key. II C DuBose will preach at tha weighing 01 pounds, at 3 cents xr.pound. First Presbyterian Church next Sunday. M. PHILIPS JUDGE The contract for building the new He has recently returned from China. Just received a large lot of Men'i and Joyi' Fall and Winter Clothing Capitol at Texas haa been awarded lo Twenty sheep belonging to William Is a candidal lor COUNTY ATTOUNEY, aub- - and splendid lino of a Fall and Winter anoei, of Zeigler'i EroiY make, Schnell A Asseratc, of Itock Island. The Wsrren, were killed by dogs a few nights Ject to lb will of the Democracy. for Men, Ladiei and Children. New stock of Cloaki and Dolmani juit agree to complete the building ago, and a number more wounded. The contiaclors dogs belonged to a negro, of course. NAMUEL ENGIYEMAN In five years, for 3,000,000 arrea of land lorn Woods sold a lot ol UO0 lbs, Is a cindldit for JAILER of Llocoln ccuntr.snb appropriated for that purpose. cattle at Lexlmrton. Mondav. at Jecl to the sctlon of tb Democracy. Capt. II. T. Iluth report the sate of Ml 50. E P. Faulconer bought of A. M Tsylor, a Jack colt, by Hough and Heady, John Metcalfe, in Uoyle county, as follows: WM. COOLEY I Very bad day, and crowd light. Horses or Col. D. W. Jones, J. C. Caldwell and Is s cindldst for JAILER of Lincoln countv. sub brought from $10 lo $100; cows, $27 to Boyle Itodes, have gone to New Orleans, ject to Dcmocrstlc primary election. $16; corn In crib, $3.35 to $3 05. House- from whence they wilt go to Havana, and 0 -XTS- TCAPT. TIIO.S. RICHARDS hold and Kitchen Furniture brought good afterwards to Mexico and Texas. Mr. Caldwell's family accompany him as fsr New bacon brought 9 cents. prices. la a Candidate lor JAILER of Lincoln county, as the Crescent City. subject to the action of the Dsiuocrscy. Cincinnati a demand for good catThe following Bank Directors were tle with but few on the market; lower elected Tuesday, for the Central National H. ROSLEY It P, Jacobs, Heuben Gentry, W. L grades dull, quoted at $2 to $3; PERFUMERY AND FANCY TOILET ARTICLES, lo IsacsadldaUfor ASSESSOR of Lincoln county, choice butcher, $160 to $5; common to Caldwell, J. II. Thomas, Peter T. Gentry, subject to Nick McDowell, It. D. Logan. Lee Irvine, th action of tb Democracy. Books fair shippers, $4 CO to $5.25; common to J. W. Procter. First National-- M. Oils, Dye J. choice oxen, $2,25 to $5; fair to good feed- Karri, O. T. Armstrong, J. L. Bruce. J. J. D. R. CARPENTER WINDOW GLASS AND PUTTY, ing steers, $3 75 to $4.60. Hogs have ad- Cra!g,J.W.Harlin, S. IIarding.il. L. Salter. Geo. Is s candidate for COUNTY ATTOIINAY, subject vanced considerably, heavy shippers sell- Farmer National A. Tho. McKoberts,Sum-rai- to tb sctlon of the Democratic party. Liquors Winos W. Welsh, Jas. Medical Purposes. ProscripCurry, Jas. K. ing readily at $0 05 to $085; common, Chas- - II. Itodes, D. W. Jones, J. C. compounded. Wo have also a largo tions $5 25 to $3.85. Sheep dull at 2 to 5 J els. Caldwell. Jas. Klnnaird, Chas. P. Cecil, TIIOS. D. 2VEWX.AXD , l selected stock Watches W. II. Parks Lexington CoORT.-Tlie- re were about Jas. W. Weatherfor-Jto IhaoSlceof JAIL Isa csodldatforr-lectlo- a wo propose to sell ER; subject to the actios ol the Democracy. prices. Watches less 250 cattle on the streets. All sold at CASEY COUNTf. Eopairod prices ranging as follows: One lot extra Libert. E. W. BROWN feeders, weighing 1,280 I In., brought $502 The constant rains for the last week Is a CaDdldst lor per cwt; 18 head, welshing 1,027 to the office of COUN $1(30 per head; 00 head rough have kept Green Itlver out of its banks. TY JUDUK, subject to will of tha Democracy. two and steers, $3 25 per and our mail failed to come on Thuisday cwt.; 22 common feeders, weighing 1,000 and Saturday. T. HI. PENNINGTON License were issued on the 4lh, fur the lbs.,$tl.60 per head; 11 yearlings, $22 per lo the head; 11 yearlings, $21; 22 calves, $1215 marnace or li. It. Harmon to Melvina Is a Candidate for lo tb aetloo of theoffice of AKSKSSOH, (Subject Democ per head. Good mules sold well, briny ing Cornier; nirtics all live on the Little South racy. some of them with sinMer motives, to be $125 to $150. Plug horses. $2-- to $50, a Rolling Fork, in this county. On the 5th, for the marrisge of John C. lVnneyhouse found in every town, who oppose any and few good common bringing $75 to $100. REP0ET OF THE CONDITION to Sarah C. Hancock. On the 0th, M. T everything that ia new, preferring to stick LINCOLN C0UNTT. Rigney to Ruth Harnett. to the ruts of a score of yeara ago, to acThe triends of Mr. Barnes and Miss cepting anything that will impiove or adMsrie, at this plaee, are watching the The Farmers National Bank Huitontille. vance the inlereats, and increase the value Another Horn on the llthinst, to progress of their meeting in Louisville, AT 8T.VNFOUD, of the property of the town. That class Mrs. Sam Brown, a daughter. Several with much Interest, and It ia the prayer of all that he may count thousands of per, here forgets the fact that Stanford ia a precincts to be heard from. his victory over the devil In the 8 lata of Kentucky-- at the Close of I notice Ibat the editor puts In a cav- sons, and that Business. Oeo. 31. 1881. growing town, and that she ought not tu eat on behalf of self and Itev. Kirlley, may be a grand one for that city. Major Sweeney, our Sheriff, started to be encumbered by a charter that la practia copyright In the story of a weakRESOURCES Frankfort last Monday, with Wm. Scar-brening on the part of one of the faitLad-vocstecally unadequate for its wants. ,.f297,113 80 Uds anil dlicounti. .. ......-- ... who was sentenced to two years Their claim is certainly just, as 1,019 61 Otrnlrsfls ........................ ,. in the Penitentiary for horse U.S. Bonds to secure Clrcultlon. .......... 200,000 00 As one of the young it doubllesi aa in the case of all patents, Fire Alarm. stealing, at the laat term of our Court. Other stocks, tonds and inortgs(.... 28,000 Oil ladies of the College-wasthrough rests on original invention. The pluvious character of the lat In- The Msjnr will pay the Auditor the $2,200 Due from spproied reserte sgtnts...... 6,526 13 a studying room with a lighted lamp, on voice of the weather has been adverae to balance due the State from this county, Due from otb.tr National 2l,08 IS 121 43 Due Irom Bill Banks and bsnltr... Wednesday night, It fell from her hand all kinds of business. People have gener- while he is there. ,300 00 Our delegate, via. George E Stone, Rta! estate, Furniture and Fixtures.--- .. and breaking, the oil was soon In a blaie. ally shut theuiselvea up at home; ifence . 10,030 00 Sween-W. V. Reppert and M. Bills of other The alarm of fire was sounded and hun- neighborhood news has not been disseme- - G. W. currency, nickels sod naled. Dick says be don't consider the Peyton, started laat Monday, to the Con- Fractional ft per S 39 penOTes... ....... ............ .............. dred of citizens were soon hurrying to the health of the community as altogether rua vention that met in Frankfort on Wednes 7,500 00 ... scene, but the fliinea were extinguished torated, but accounts for the cessation of day, 11th. J. W. Whipp, the Chairman Specie.. notes 3,000 00 of our Demooratic Committee failed to go Itedemptlon fund with U. S. Treasurer before they had got there, aa the older "calls" on the ground that it has heen 9,000 00 by rivals that he had accompanied on account of the absence of bis son. who to !er ci. 01 circulation;...-...- .. heads had presence" of mind enough to stays in the store. the Doctor to Frankfort. amother ihem with blankets and other ..1591,706 Total... By the special energy of the Editor, The Skating lever has struck Liberty, cloth. It is indeed a cause of thankful- the Interior now reaches us just after at list.. Our young gentlemen and ladiea LIABILITIES. 1200,000 00 on Tuesdays and Fridays are preparing themselves, and we have no Csrltsl Slock psld In .... . ness that the whole building waa not con. breakfast 21,282 30 doubt but what the Iliqk will open and be Surplus Fund... . Couldn't you have It laid on our table by sutned. . UndltldeJ rroHts ? In this In full blast one week from to day. We the side of our matutinal coffee I M,000 MARRIAGES. connexion I humbly ask Is there no jus- give lh new Idea a cordial welcome, for National Banc Kotes outstanding. ..... 17u,501 00 21 tice, distributive or retributive, lobe ob- life In Liberty, up lo this time, has been Individual Deposit subject to check...... 6,50ft &7 Hbouohton Patten On the 11th, tained againat a fiendish comoilor, who lmost void of the many pleasures that Due to other National Banks... 3,171 7t Due to State banks and bankers.. Jnalah Hroughtoii and Miss Louisa Pat- makes an inoffensive and defenceless con young people delight in. Misses Ninnie Belden and Alice Cab.1391,706 CO were Irlbulisr talk about a "salve of artillery," Total..... ten, a pair of 19 and "'an exewiplorcd labyrinth J" "I pause bie, two handsome and accomplished bTATE OK KENTUCKY, united in marriage. as. young ladies of Lebanon, were the guests for a reply." To-da- y. County of Lincoln. J William Whitley and Miss Sal lie of Misses Sallie and Dollie Cabbie, last Crab Orchard. I, J no. B. Owsley, Cashier of the store named Batighman, a worthy colored pair, were Miss Alice Jones, of Hustunville, week. solemnly Bank, Ihst the Plenty of rain and scircity of news Is a guest of the Exchange Hotel Misses ts truedoto the bestswearmy knowledgeU)Te statement married at Mr. As'.ier Owsley's last eight, and belief. of this week, Jfil). B. OWbLEY, Cashier. Annie Bowman and Emma Perkins, acby llev. Waller Lackey. Miss Harwood, a pretty young lady of companied by D. G. Portman, were visitSubscribed and sworn to before lue this 12th dsy Mr. M. J. Wells, a prospering young Ilrodhead, spent a few daya last week with ing friends in Hustonvllle and Stanford, ol Jsn., ISSJ. JNOJ. McltOUKKTS, N. P. L. merchant at Junction City, waa rusrritd Miss Katie Shivel. last week. F. C. Whipp spent the holi -- Mr. Jas. Guest, Sr., of Danville, was days in Owensboro, and haa not returned Correct sliest t at Warlsburr, Tenn., last week, to Miss S. V. Siuxks, Cost-Mark- " here last Sunday, Dr. C. C, Graham, of yet. It is suspected by his friends here, Orchard, J. II. Siukks, Directors. Daisy Marshall, of Crab Louisville, is in town. that he will bring a bride back with him. U. W.JSMIS CoiNELLEY Grmiiau In the parWill Carson and wife have gone "over PULASKI C0UNTT. They did lors of the Myers House, by Elder W. L. the hill to the REPORT OF THE CONDITION not go as paupers, however, but Will will Williams, on tVednesday, Capt. Thomas Somerset. assist his uncle, Mr. It. Carson, in caring -- OFP. Connelley, of the Cincinnati Southern for the paupers. Tho rink is a great success. It is crowded every night, and the management a comely K It. and MIm Mollle Ore-hiThere was preaching at both churches NATIONAL BANK lassie, daughter of Mr. W. It. Gresham, here last Sunday. Bro. Llvingstono at the ia unable tu supply the demand for skates. We hare several excellent skaters, and while Christian Church, and Bro. John Bruce at were made one flesh. will also preach we are at it we would like to know tlja the Baptist. Bro Kontuoky, Ellwton Give.n'8. Aa announced agalntlere, the fifthBruce Saturday and Sunday diameter of the circle in which the con At Btanford. in the Btate of 31. 1881. at Close of Business. Deo. testanls at Tour tournament skated. in our last issue the marriage of Mi. Jo- of thta month. Newton Hell, alias "lisnjo Head." seph L. Klliston, of Ml. Sterling, and Mis Mr. W. T. Green, a highly resectable 11EUOUIICK8. city bootblack and tonsorial artist in Ada Givens, an accomplished and much cltiten of this county, was married someplayed mischief in general Sunday loans sod Discounts......... ... ,....1223,763 34 time ago to a handsome widow of Bell .... 4,466 -- . 0 crd rafts..... loved daughter of Mr. Jackson Given, lo 150,000 00 countv, by the name of Gibson. May night, iie went up church, kicked up a U.S. Bonds to secure circulation... the proceedings, until U. Ilouds on muss and broke was solemuixed at the lattir'a residence in their future life he one of unalloytd hap. 600 00 . band...,- 8. he was gently lifted out on the loe of a Other stocks, bouds, sud mortgages ..... 11,000 00 this county, on the 10th. The bridal par- plness, is the wish of your correspondent. After yelling and Due from approved reserve agents... venerable brother. 2,662 30 We were shosrn a few days ago the ty took a tour to Cincinnati, and other get. 9,337 69 Due from o'li-- r Nsllonul Itaaks.... largest, finest lemon we ever saw; it was swearing until he was tired out, and points, and will return to settle down at grown by Mr. Jas, Lawless, of this place, ting no one to notice him, Alexauder like, Due from 8lste Banks snd banksrs. 980 87 to 6,783 30 the groom's home at Mt. Sterling. and ia a genuine lemon, no Shsdock or he sought new worlds boy conquer, and lit ileal Estate, furniture snd Allures. 12 37 and gave him a Tremlums iald.... ....- - ...... Ghern-Giu- son Mr. W. T, Green species of Uhadock; it measured 16 inches on a small colored . 2,063 41 of Checks and other cash items. in circumference, and weighed 23 ounce. genteel thrashing. With tha return surprised his friends by returning from 00 7,1 Bills or other Uauks sent one that weighed 22 morning came reason, and with noiseless Fractional sper currency, nickels snd Hell county, the other day, with a wife. Mr. Lawless Lieut. Scott, of speed hied him hence, and we now lament ounces to his 123 41 Inule. that with muddy streets and poor crossings, Specie Mrs. Gibson is the fortunate lady. She Wyoming, a few dsya ago. ................... 7.837 (2 .. 8,138 00 Is the daughter of Col. Haggard, who notes...... Our town is now without a Police we have no bootblack. The boy who beat the big drum in Kedeuiptlou fund witn U. S. Treasurer made quite a name for himself during the Judire and a Marshal, both having resign the brass band has quit. lie is mad: he ia ...... 6,740 00 (3 pvr cent, of cluulallon) regret of our late unpleasantness. Mr. Green kept his ed, much to the worse) than ever, he is love citiien. Uur town haa never nan a ueuer on his muscle; 1 111,614 II Total acquaintances in the dark about the mat- Marshal than Mr. Joo Jones; he was jieace-abl- sick, lie was an excellent drummer, and by telling them when he would start to LIABILITIES. and always at Ills vosl, up to a certain time never failed to tap hia ter courageous, drum at the proper time for the gents to 1130,000 00 Bell, that he was going to see his old un- and a better officer cannot be found here yield the floor to the. ladies, or again with Capital block paid In W.000 00 Surplus ur elsewhere. Never before has there been cle up there. This little ruse was of '.013 51 a slnule blow to drive off the fair creatures. UnilliiJed pioAts. such perfect peace and order in our town aa 121,200 00 Iiut the other night there flashed before Nsl. Il.uk notes outstanding.,..- .course admlssable, but If he does not look lias been since Mr. Jones donned the "sti130,030 H Deposits subject to check out, he will have to go to see that uncle ver star" and started on the "war path." his eyes the vision of the loveliest little Individual Banks snd bsukers 1,811 14 Due to Stats Ha haa certainly won laurels that will vision imaginable, a beautiful girl clad BsdjUouuiI dLtr .... H in earnest before a irreat while. In a cunning skating costume, and gilding never wither neath the touch of time. over the floor with the ease and grace of a ..1411,614 It RELIGIOUS. Tout.. gatelle. When he aaw her his heart gave OARRARD COUNTY. KENTUCKY, a lean, and throbbed against the walls of STATE OK of Lincoln, Gen. llano's engagements will prevent Couuty Lancaster. his chest louder than hia drum atick on Ms Chrishim from accepting the call of the . Mclloberts, Cashier of above named became absent, Then he meeting is in full I, Jno. J. Oeo. W. Dunlsi the tian Church, much to the regret of every- blast, 1 do not know tlie exact number of minded, and watching her, forgot hi duty l..k !.. m.UiudIv .wear thatknowlnlge abovs snd to the best of mr Is l, and so lost hit honor. body btre. The manager, die sUUincut true JNO. J. UclUIUEltTK, Oihler, ileen the confessions, but there hare belief. gusted at his fsilure to strike the drum, Bishop Doane, of (he Protestant Episbrio's ins this IJthdiy Mrs. Nancy Sfiratl, probably the old. threw a bucket at him, then he resigned. ol Subscfllttdsnd sornV.loOWbLEY, N. 1'. L. a copal DIoceAO of Albany, N. Y., discourJ. Jsn , liii. est member of the l'resbvterisn Church So like many another conquererof all be COtSICT ATTkST, ages the use of the revised version of the al Hits place, was buried near here Sun side, he has watched a handsome face, ") J. 8. lloCKsa, V Directors. Z New Testameut for other than marginal day. Jno. W. West was buried here listened to a siren's voice, and ao be tn J, W. MCALiitia, ) II. 8. WlIHiss, purposes. A car load of fst sheep sold at Georgetown, a few days ago at -- A Ilenkk, of Clark, sold to 8. P. Kerr about 700 bushels of wheat at $1 37 per 4. store-room- James M. Lsyton shipped one car of mules lo Atlanta, (la , Monday. In our list of visitors this week, I find Miss Km ma Huford, of Covington, at J, 0 Sweeney's; Ml-- s Adelo Thnrtl, of Danville, at 11 A. It. Markshury's. Col. Ilrsi'ley Is attending Court at Mr. Vernon. The smull-postill rsgra In Davis town. A negro ptrscher went from thrra Sugar Creek lo hold a meeting, and to was taken with the disea-e- . It stands, those in hand whu have not already been, lo be vaccinated at once. Hiram Itothwell, our efficient Deputy n Sherifi, Is confined lo his bed with of the brain. He has been In a very serious oondlllon, but the chance are now in his favor. W. A. Hiirnsirle Is suffering with chills since his recent trip to the mountain, Iloworlh's Hibernlca showed to a goo I house Tuesday night, although the weather wa very unfavorable. The corned t seemed rather disconnected, but the spcclsltles of James Hearne, Miss Sadie McGill and Wm. Ashton was aa was the wicked smile of Miss Clifford after each stann in "Ailren Mavourncen." -- Married At Hush" Branch Church, Lincoln, Ky., January lOlh, at 2:30 P. v , bv Itev. It It. N.n-1- , Mr. Jas. II. Dunn, of Garrard, lo Miss Msry ft. Gooch, of Lincoln Atlendsnls, Mr. Jss. L. Wilraol and Mis Kale Logan, Mr. Tllbert Gooch and Mis Hallle Pepples. From the church through the mud and rsln the bridsl party accompanied by many friends, made Ihelr way to the residence of the groom's fslher, where awaited them a warm parental reception, and the congratulations of ami friends. January 12lh, Mr. James Wilder lo Miss Lucinda II. x inflini-mstiofirst-clasrets-lio- n James Johnson waa before Judge last Saturday, charged with a brescli of the Pesce. It seem thit Johnson saw old Dick Denhain chasing a strav ho srotind inside, of hla pen, snd not liking it ordered him out. Dick, nut moving with alacrity enough, James Jumped over and "whaled" him. Verdict, one cent and Cos-so- M'ROBERTS&STAGG HAVE- - costs. James 8. Lslr, charged with the murder of Alcorn, In 1805, waa brought back, in charge of the Sheriff of Elk Four others, charged county, Kansas. with complicity in the crime, were tried and acquitted about the lime of the murder. l.alr waa captured, but broke away from his guards and was not heard of until a few daya since. The town Is In a fever of excitement over the return of Jams. Grigg front a was rsglng, He where small-ofirion youth who escaped from here not long' since. Shepperd wnl after him, but hearing that he was In the midst of smallpox, refused to bring him back. But he hardly reached home before right on his heels csme an officer from Missouri with Ortjtg The people are very much frightlively ened, and the doctors are doing business vaccinating. Thus fsr no symptoms have displayed themselves. x VE3D -- Opposite the They Invite 1 TO TKCETJR- - W T Court-House. E- - 01 J Them Whether Wish to Buy Anything or aiij J.H.&S.H.SHANKS a OPERA HOUSE BUILDING ef 1. Dry Goods,Boots,Shoes,&c J. semi-annua- ITsAttrtw CHEMICALS, Varnishes, DEALEES DRUGS, MEDICINES, Stationery .Paints, for go-x- J. Stuffs l, Puro and and accurately w-el- Jewelry of and Jewelry, which at than city and and Warranted. Ihree-year-ol- d A SWEEPING REDUCTION ! ! s. o, , paa-in- g Dtnki.. The Warm Weather Has Sent Prices Tumbling'. y, llnts............ Legal-tend- CO Too Many Goods and Want to Reduce Them. A Heavy Discount Is Marked on AH Goods a Poor-house- 'T Is No Consideration; ur " Word is Sell. THE op hta.n:foiit. o, CD Never Better Goods Offered For So Little Money in Stanford Before. 1 .. Now or Never Is the Time to Buy; Goods "Without Money and Without Price. These Are Facts, and a Call Will g Fuud...M.-,.--.........- ..-. Con- vince You. drum-head- ser-ra- BIETTOIE & CQl OJLiOTCIIIIDRS. t What a Woman Can Do. As a wifo nnd mother, woman can mako the fortune and happiness of her husband and children ; and, if she did nothing else, surely this would bo suf Friday Morning, January 13, 1882 ficient destiuy. By her thrift, prudence and tact, she can scctiro In her A WntkSom RBction Rtganling it b partner and-therself a competence fymM. criilff nf triorlonriral Htr Vactlnation Mark. CrUKCH BIKVCtORt. FINK PIANO FOK SALE! 1882. in old age, no matter how small their seen and a great beginning, or how adverso a fate may many people havo laughed nt the bun-dl- o Ixs theirs. By her cheerfulness she of rags and corruption forming tho can rcstoro her husband spirit, shaken distorted figure of a man which daily business. By( her makA ill appcaranco oh Canal street, by tho anxiety of tender care alio can often restore him andliii found at times in Exchange to health, if discaso has overtasked his alley or In front of the postofllco. sne uy powers, It h a queer but by no means an can win him her counsel and love if from bad company, bundlo, made up attrnctivo thing this temptation in an evil hour has led of remnants of clothing too bad even him astray. By her example, her for (he avcrago tramp, and some nrccenta and hor sex's insijrlit into bristling hairs with an outcropping character, she can mould her children, in many places of bloated and blisterhowever adverse their dispositions, ed flesh. Tho bundlo has somo machinery into noblo men nnd women. And, by which when set going by leading in all things a true and lieuu-tifn- l within-i- t, life, she can refine, clevnle aud tjjaRcigbfor lubrication of whisky, loss frequently spiritualize all who come within her which tfmoro or people "whoso sympathies reach ; to that, with others of her sex aro aroused by an occasional augges tion of what tho package once was; wheiiUhis machinery, is set going by whisky it produces a sound not unlike a human voice, which comes forth in disjointed words and meaningless sentences , from an orifice in tho ball, which' would boa head' if the bundle was a man, and peoplo say that ''Pad dy Burns" for the thing has a name is making a speccn. The machinery was hard at work the other day and tho usual crowd gathered to listen to its jarring and f 0, Btntmem Everybody liaa uentiemun. creakintr and rattline. and in the orntril TCft n lirneYoIeut-lookincr- . whitohcaded gentleman, who after n moment or two 01 attention uirneu 'And this away and sadly said: thing was onco a man. God help us all." I And then ho reflectively went Tkssaxt A Means. ly in the middle of the face, and at Springfield, Ohio. SURGEON DENTIST, had In for right angles with aline from the pu (luXTLtxin: I hate not apent aUrerr now redollar tor oter two jcara, and hare MTANrOltl), ICY. it'might'have been." of the other. pair, on Ibeni, and thej look nearlr aa good aa pil of one eyo to that new. Hare had buggies of aereral other manuouth side Main Street, two doors abort "Once upon a time it was a baby, As a matter of fact, it Is rarely or facturer, and And noueeo good aa the Columbua OSes M jert Hotel. tht lluggj Companj'a bugtiea. lteapectrullj, when rePure Nitrous Oxide Oaa as pure and bright and winsome as all never thus placed; it is almost inva T. E. llaoaDNAM. quired. Conjcra, Georgia. somebabies are, and was dandled on riably a littlo out of the "square," Gkxtleukn. Thebuggle. I hare bad of jour body's knee, and was somebody's pet, and the fact of its being so is often manufacture Bare gtt.n ue entire aatlafacilon for the aime perhaps, and pride and joy. A baby, that which lends a peculiar expression Thej areofthe beat I hare erer uaed amount nionej. Youratrulj, aTTmU I). Colliki, UTtrjman. whoso lisping voice and the pattering and piquancy to the face. A medical Joptlo, Mlaaourl. I WILL nE IN OTANr'Ollll TWO WEEKS of each ruuntb.froui first Mondir, and In Lancae-te- r sound of whose toddling feet were writer points out that there are anato (IkxtlimICX: I bate been connected with the two weekaof each month. Irom third Muodaj. for fifteen and dealing dearer and sweeter, perhaps who mical reasons why a slight deviation manufaclureofwork does not In bucgleamoat factorj Office In 81. Aaapb llotel.oser Matllnglj A look like jeara. Your store. itr sign. wood. work, but l knows and who can say nay? to from the true central line may be ex painting and snioolhlj finished In used InIron, 6?.u St. a.. ps,ru.ji, . vt o. the trimming. Material some one's cars, than the musical pected, and that the nose which is Columbus lluggj Oinpinj'a buggle. hsa prosed to be of the beat. Thej run light. Krrrjoneln EOKOE V. ltOUIIITT, base bought tbla countr gems of the masters. thus accurately straight between the well pleased, who glse the best ufjour buggleaare satisfaction. thej Yours Irulj, two eyes may after all be considered "It was once a boy, sir, looking at E. E. Watt. the world with a boy's eyes, animated Winchester. Ills. abnormal one; the only absolutely an STANFORD, Ky. m byin boy's ambitions spirit, and inTackling the Wkono Man. true and correct organ being, in fact, All business entrustnl to him Frvupllj an.1 rare-- 1 4 MM-lJriaAAtJCiri, lullj sllenJed t. spired by a boy's hopes and courage The commercial traveler of a Philad- that which deviates a little to the CalEO. I Oos, been elphia house while in Tennessee ap- right or left. Dealer for Lincoln and Garrard and confidence. It may have Phrenological Jour tK?heH ofthe school, the boy who proached a stranger as the train was ual. STORE-KOO- M FOIt KENT inado the speeches on exhibition dm ; about to start, and said: "Are you Commekcial Aqents. It is esti it may have been the leader of the going on this trainj' ''I am." mated that there are 240,000 com 1 orfer for rent, fir the balance of this jear. the lusls. Iu blanfurd, If vou tuaott to lmy the boy whose voice rang "Have you any baggage?" "No." uercial' travelers in tho Uuited Storvllcoif of J. N. re. will rent it at auction r.01 ou rented prltatelj (SlotrnniJ for Men orBoys out tho most cheerily, and whose 'Well, my friend, you can do me a States. Each is supposed to go over Count J Court daj In tcbruarjIr'. OIIVI.lt, J. Trustee J 1. Good. laugh was the loudest and the hap favor, and it won't boat you anything. his route five times a year, and to ormlde ctliicr rsady-mtvtl- c picst of all the boys who joined the You see, I've got two rousing big carry during that time a ton of bag border, do not rail to games. trunks, and they always made me gage. This baggage being generally send lor our Catalogue been all that a true "It may have pay extra for one of them. You can bulky, it would require 24,000 teu Jlaiii St., Slmifortl, Ky. boy is or can be, nnd who knows with get ono checked ou your ticket, and ton cars to transport the' trunks aud what prospects, what pure motives we'll euchre them. See?" "Yes, 1 outfits ot these mobilized gentlemen. JOHN DINWIDDIE.PRO'R. Bwisnwail!M3MiW.i what bright visions it took and see; but I haven't any ticket."' "But The commercial traveler is, therelore, its' place in the ranks of men and I thought you said you were going on a factor iu the transportation problem OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 gravely went into the grand struggle UoOlllS this train?" "So I am. I'm tho as well as the strictly commcicial with'-lifnnd the' world? Who can conductor." "Oh!" He paid extra, transactions of the country. DAY. BOARD, 92.00 tell of the temptations, the trials or EDWARD M. FOX, Propr., From tho Philadelphia as usuul. sorrows which came down upon it Uulletin. A Serious Man. Georgo Wash North-EsCorner of Main and Third Streets, Special Accommodat on to Commercial with such weight as to crush nut the ington was a very serious man. He - - KENTUCKY DANVILLE. Travelers. A writer describes a Christmas din- was rarely known to laugh. "No, man and leave this thing. "As to what it might have been, ner at a country house, near Rich gentlemen," he Baid to ,the Committee Baggage Transferred Free of Charge Hating retenllj rr fit ted mj rooms with all of the uodern Improvements, I now base the God knows, and no man can surmise. mond, Va.f during the war: The on Credentials, " I seldom smile, but ! charge of this house Finest (,'allerr in Central KentncUj-recently taken It is'jt wreck, with no memory of four gentlemen were in uniform, and if ever I do, it is about Christmas I have ana intenu to nave um-ciaWhen jou visit Danville, don't fall to call and seo me. what was, no regret for what might the three ladies were in homespun. time." Aud then they bowed their llrsvctfullj, accommodations. They had for dinner a $300 ham, and manly chests against the carpenter have been, and no hope for what will Klin'AHIl II. 1'OX, Photographer K J. Ueologlcal Hurfej be. When ninn can tail so low, I say, the last turkey on the plantation, work and smiled. If you don't bevalue 8175, with 8100 worth of cab lieve this, subpoena Thomas and JereGod help us all." bage, potatoes and hominy. Corn- BurSTANFORD. KY. Dr. Holmes says : " I never saw n bread was served, made of meal at miah. They were both there. lington Hawkeye. garment too fine for a man or maid ; 880 a bushel and salt at 81 a pound. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr. (A Medicine, not a Drlak.) therofnever was p. chair too good for a Tiie desert was black molasses at 800 The Philadelphia News s&ya a pound C01T1ISS kiog to sit a gallon, and after one cup This Old and Woll - Known cobbler, or a cooper, or a of feathers Is as heavy as a pound of of tea iioi's, incur, .mamiuaki:, Hotol Still Maintains its Jn ; never a house too fine to shelter real tea, worth 8100 a pound, treas- lead. That depends. If a pound of ii.mii:i.ion, High Reputation, axn HrrlncrLtiml.i the humau head. These elements ured for the occasion as a surprise, feathers were to fall from a third-storAmitoi AND Titsur ill oTiiitt II ins as, about us, the glorious sun, tho impe- andi.ot sassafras there was coffee at window and alight upon a man's head, Its Proprietor is Determined that rial sun, aro not too good for tho hu discretion, made from sweet potatoes and five miuutes afterward a pound of it snail be Second to no uountry Alt tHfof thrStomfh. Itowrli, Utood, Hotel in the State in its Fare, irrr, niuuci. mm i rtumTjtTfnm, act man race. Elegance fits man. But cut into small squares, toasted and lead wero to fall the same distance outuet,tlrrhlrin?Mint r.iecllljr Appointments, or Attenr ClUeVtt tUIJ.IIs&IUl.. do wo not value these tools a little ground down. tion to Comfort of above and sttike him ou the from SIOOO IN COLD. their Quests. more than they are worth, and somepaid for a esse Ihcj will not e ire or Will same spot, he would be willing to Thomas Carroll, a Wisconsin farhelp, or lor sii) ioiii impure or lujuriuus times mortgago a house for the mafuuuJIn tlmu. swear that the lead weighed a ton Bagttage will be ronrej.d to aid from the d.aot rreoorcnarge, Apeciai acrommoaaiioaa so Ask jour drurclst for lion Hitler, and trj hogany we bring into it ? I had rather mer, finding his leg decaying from u more than the feathers. to Commercial Travtlera. The Har will be I Ik m befoi )uu sleep. Tiiku uu ttiber. alwaia aapalled tilth the choicest head of a bar- fever sore, "grasped his foot with ono cat my dinner D I C laanaliwluteandlrrrilslllilerurefor braadaof Llaaoraaail C'lgsra. ia Druna.uucss, use of opluui, tobacco sad Pabte for Paper. To ten parts hand and pressed hard with the other eicelleat Llrerj laattsrk.d. rel, or dress after the fashion of John usrcoliis. BaiBBaaaBBmai aawaBjawl hy weight of gum arabio add three roa Cicci-iia-. in the wilderness, or sit upon the decayed part, and broke it the Baptist an u. parts of sugar, ia order to prevent I - ..,". BllUr, Jlf- I ,irMU,Oil. Wives, Hollers! Il.p on a block all my life, thau consume asunder. He then called for a razor, add waall myself before I got to a home, and which was handed him, and with it the gum from cracking; then desired consistency is obtake so much pains with the outside he deliberately cut off the entire limb. ter until the JbbbbW tliai the iuside was as hollow as an He then, without assistance from any tained. If a very strong paste is re BaaaalP - oVatBBBa empty uut. Beauty is a great thing, one, tied up the arteries, made the quired, add a quantity of flour equal A.lir.13, NKW8V, aCadJBfaaBBMBwBSBBBBBBal but beauty of garment, liousy and necessary lap of flesh around the bone, in weight to the gum, without boiling GOOD, OIII3A1! furniture are tawdry ornaments, com and sewed and bandaged the same the mixture. The paste improves iu pared with domestic love. All the when it begins to ferment, eleganco in the world will not make a without help from any one, and is in strength Weeklv Courier-Journa- l. t recovery." home, aud I would givo moro for a a fair way of The Mormons insist on Ilia term tpoouful of real hearty lovo than for (llriiry Wnlfer. Tiia Strangers at Selville, Ohio, are ascelestial marriage," iustead of "poly nun. Editor, Is. bj clrculstioo and reputation, s whole of furniture, aud all the acknowledged JUitvnttUt4 AVv;Ni;)cr ol the souin as a renauie auu vaiusuie uewppsjier, is thgqrgeousuess all the upholsterers tonished when they seo a house with gamy," to describe their condition, just hsa do superior Iu this couulrj or In the world. doors ten feet high, aud everything as Guiteau insists on "remove!," inworld can gather. lliuasMMrnrat. vlgurou. war on Protective Tariff llobberj and Moruion I'oljgaiuj else about proportionate in size. Un- stead of "murder," to dtscribe his DR. B. MARCHISI, otigui tue prosperiij aua moral n j oitwoetllsthst me uouea NoMoiie IlAituTinia lfjou wlllitop UTIOA.N.Y.. Slalea. It Is able, bright and uewsj. contains the au enormous crime, and "inspiration," iustead of spending no much on fine clollira, rich food der a thed stands slroogest editorials, the most complete summary SUoorersr of Dlt, MABCHIBrS oiiueuvw.oi ine woiiu, inebesi leicgrspuio and ljle, bur good liealllijr fond, cheaper carriage, aud on entering tho build "malice," to describe his motive. UTEIMNB OATHOLICON, general corresiwudeuce, lull luif and stock ana market reiorla, fashion reiajrls, Talmage's A POSITIVE CUlt FOR IIMAIE (OMPlAIIITt. and tatter clothing, gel unite rul and nib. ing, much ol the turuiture is lotinu to Buffalo Express: seruious, splendid oilg nsl serlsl siorlee and This remedj wlllact Inbarmonj with the Fetintlil thing of life emr war, ami ftp, be about twice as big as ordinary arI'Mlrj. drjiailmenl for children, answers to Immsdiatslj and crrispoudeuls, A lover undertook to commit suicide male srstsm at all tlm.a, uterinealso lc.,eic , In a word, ertrjlhlng upon tli. ibdotnloal and piascles, and reciallr atop the foullli habit of eiuinving ticles. This is the residence of Air. to make It a delight lo Ihe faiullj clrde, aud store in.iu lo a bealtbj and atroug conjltlon. the girl who rejectin the presence of tu Iheinsuot business, Ihe farmer, the eiptmlte, (mack doctor or uni; ki much Dr. Marcbl.l'a Uterine Catbolicon will can fall who are log of the womb, Lucorruota, Chrouto InBamma-lio- n mecbaule aud the laborer. of I he Tile buuibufMiuedlrlmb that doe aud Mrs. Bates, the giants, ed him at Chattanooga, but she preHpechnen loplea aud full d.sctljillvt premium of the Woiub, Incidental and Uccrstl'-y3u oniy'liarui.'attti put ytu"rmit'ln that familiar objects in tho show world. vented him by force, first daubing a Ucmorrhsga or r'loodiug, ralnful. Suppressed circulars will be lent fire of charge lo auj one on application, butorrlplloa linns, ietage free, Kldn.jr Complaint, and Irregular Menstruation, are. lor Ksllj, lit; ft: Weeklj, VM. simple, pure remedy. Hop Jilller that They are betweeu teven and a half bottle of poisou from his hands, and and Is especiallj adapted to the Change of LUs. Auj oneseudlug lur Jearij suWrlbrrs aud sis K.ud for pamphlet free. All letter, of Inqulrj cureaalwara at a trilling Mat, you will Me and eight ieet in height, ami cunimnn dollar., will beeullllrd lo an eilra copj ol the f reelj au.werrd. Address as ahov e. dispos-then, after a hard struggle, Wtwklj vue jear, free, lu an J ad toil Mai. I! 11V Al.l.llttUtifllHTM. foi deaa. Addre. tituua and liar jo5JhtMllht"liron-cle- . rooms aud furniture, are too small fur W N IMLDUHAN. Frlce M 1 .60 bottl. He sure aud ask ing him of u razor. litem. Dr MsrcUHI's'. ir rreeldrot terlueCsthoncou. Take do other Juurual Co., Uoulsvllle, Kj. on, spcaicing to ono wno stoou uesiue him. "Have you ever thought, sir, ofjwhat it was, what it is, and what emulating and nsisliug her, she can do moro to regenerate the orld than all tho statesmen or reformers that ever legislated. She can do much, alas I perhaps more, to degrade man, if kho chooses to do it. Who can estimate tho evils that woman has the power to do? As a wife, she cau ruin herselt by extravagance, folly and want of affection. She can make n demon or an outcast of n tnau who might otlitrwiso become a good member of society. She cau bring bickering, strife uud discord into what has been' a happy home. She can change the innocent babes into vile men, and even into vile women. She cau lower the moral tone of society itself, and thus pollute legislation at the spriuir-heaSho can, in fine, become an instrument ol evil instead of an angel of good. Instead of making flowers of truth, charity, beauty, aud spirituality spriug up "'in her footsteps, till the earth smiles with a loveliness that is almost celestial, sne can transtorm it to a black and arid desert, covered with tho scorn of all evil passion, and swept by the bitter blast of everlasting death. This is what woman can do for the wrong, as well as for the right. Is her mission a little one? Has sho no worthy work, as has become toe cry of late ? Man may have a harder task to perform, a rougher road to travel, but he has none loftier or more influential than woman's. Even vaccination is not without its humorous phases. The other day a young school miss, aged" about six teen rears, entered a doctor's office and timidly inquired if "they did vac cinaling hero.'' Tho gentlemanly w h. m Jinan.' young doctor at onco replied in tho ivy i i wiiim ,v affirmative, appending tho interesting fact that it was "freo to all, great and small; price only fifty cents." STILL LEADS WITH THE "Yes," sho said, "but can you make an examination and give mo a certifi cate that I have already been vaccin ated?" "Certainly ralss," replied tho doctor, "How long has it been since you wero vaccinated!" "A little over fifteen years." "Fifteen ycaral Pray tell, miss. how old were you at tho titneVJkcd the doctor. "About four months old, sir, sue replied, blushing confusedly. "Ah! may I seek tho mark?" ro quested ho, thoughtfully. "I don't know, sir," blushing more and more. ''I guess I hadn't ought to." "Guess vou hadn't out to! Please explain." "I I don't like to," she cried, al- who have DRESS rA-X- D most bursting into tears iu her confu sion. "Most extraordinarily. Which arm is it, miss?" tho doctor inquired with' VUUUIIlUlUUPvUVi VI a puzzled air. OHIO. COLUMBUS "It ain't my arm, it's on my ltr.KKHKKCES: handling join I hue OlxTLIum she fainted dead away. .1 , for lh Drtwitrr "ir'iia. rnllr "What brutes wo are," tho doctor nail four ;.ar.all S rar lhr aallihctl.n to who h? tniiitht Ihcin and I soliloquized, "to vaccinate tho poor eict In be W I" "11 xrral nianr nior Ihla Trunin araaon than anrof l.in pf.tloili infanta on their nether extremities." toil will able in nil all orl.ra rroinptlj. I am, Nl(lllt. IIakm, l.lTrrjliitn. Terre Haute Express. Ufaj.llf. InJ. flHMBstif U! UllrlMn' nirv.yfM v ii -- IlkY.J. i. wa. ! Hun.li; moriilhgend nlihl, nlihte. Hundaj (school ONB AN K.XCKI.I.KNT ANV Tb w. J. 8, (Mini, Superintendent at "00 risno r.n nbl.U a t,artln bj railing oo the Women'. Mlsatonarj Society Mil her nil lb IM new undersigned. Ithastieen used Ivm lhaa a doaen month, ,l o'clock. Mia T. T. llmea. Similar I" I'aviesa, ircaiueus, 4M-- ti W. P. WALTON. Si.oford, MKTllODIrtT, SOUTH Harper's Weeklyl ILLUSTRATED. Week I slsnds at the head f Ameri can llluslraird weeklj Journala, llj lla unpartl-aa- n tllon In politics. Its admirable Illustrations, lie earefiillj chosen serial,, ahorl stories, sketch, a, and oei,i, contrlbule,! bj the foreinbal arllstaand autlmraaf Iheilaj, It cs riles Instruction and entertainment to thoueanda of American homes It will Paetor Hervlee M. and Fourth Mundava. morning end night, Prajei Meeting eterj Wf.lnw.lar after-- j tjun-la- j noon School al SO a. h. R. K, Parrs RAPTI8T -I- UT. J. , nai-ct- lienor's t TOR RENT. ii. CHRISTIAN. Wonhlp bt tb ronsrcgallon J nj lorja,lif. lTff nm nj r.hi.joa. naiion Ion Flrat and Third Lonl'a tiara SumWf School I I is iA Mtrrant, norinifnuni. 80UTII.-I, Urbtbby buggy oh U? WHnflaf Hiitlnli,lfnt nlthla Mitnr. dun.Ur Kcho.il al Union I. V Prajtr Miwllnion John a c.sIrallfi(,.Hidcnc!c alwar.be Ihe aim ol the tub lahera lo make llarper'a Weeklj Ihe most popular and at- iracnti lamuj n.wiper in in worm, McKI-ro- r, W rllOr'KKHIOM!., T.T C K A IT KIWI AN, T Aaher Owe-l- ej The same that Is now occupied on Mouth side Main alreel This building Is nearlr new and terj dralrahle- - Co "tains 7 room, and hall: atahle, earilage hnuaeand ganlen There la nn more deilrable nor Utter lcaiel proper IT In Stanford for a bualnesa man INawealnn alten Jan usrj lit, IM'. AppljlAj. N Craig, Manrord. or A Co., aildrraa V Craig, rare J A l Cincinnati. (I. Stanford, Nov M, IHII-l- f W ('KAMI. Harpor'e Poriodicals, Ilarp-r- . 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Free la all sulncrlbert la Ibe United r 4.)T 18BS. MJlillBf; ahle-l-- ICY. ol this aud adjoining Oibr rountlraanu in. me uourl ol Appeaia. lll-lLanraaterKirn-t- Cutis SHSSI3K. 3SJUVA7 Harper's Magazine ILLUSTRATED. perlu-llia- my-an- d ln ATTORN '" !" 1 jr. "Alwsji varied, elwaj.gool,alwaj.lmprotlng. TAMES O. OIVENS, Charles France. Adsms, Jr. The Sun for IMJ will make Its Slleenlh annual Ilirper's Magailne. Hie most popular llluslrate.1 revolution under the present management, ehln'ng l In the world, bealna It. slitj.ryi.rlh EY AT as alwate.for all big and little, mesa and giaclous, volume wllh the Denrniher Nunilor It rrprrsenta conlente-- t and unhsppj, Ilepubllcau i what Is best In American literature and art; ami .Ill mTII fTUKBT, depraved and virtuous. Intelligent and ob- lla marked aucccsa In Lualtud wher II baa al. a circulation KENTUCKY. tuse The Sun', light Is for msnklnd and I. far Ihe readjnirgaain oi melarger than that of anj Fog- LOUISVILLE, enrl, but lla genial warmth earn ciaae nas urougni inio nan rood, while It our. hot discomfort on the blisterIta service tb moat eminent will era and arllsla of 5rTOR.Bs:,lBa2. an-- LAW, lynio-rrstl- e, . . ljuitde. Tractlce. In all tho Owrts Collretlnrte prompt sIMjr Tht Note and the Face. A 8omowbat singular fact has been observed with reference to the shape of the nose, or rather the setting of it in the face, so to speak. To be strictly correct, from the artist's point of view, the nose should be accurate- W hatf GKNTtKUKi: work In Clarke rear with the. lieitMlla-acllo- l Your cuatomera WALLJIOr K. VAUNO!. mine and .tiling T. W.VA.RNON. rail tour to ourMlre and T. W. A V. E. VAKNON, bul are unlTemlle br our rualnnwn In In the tetjr beal AT In the ciuolr jr. for the price that can lie lmut-h-t la pronounced Yuur Combination e.alral riding MTANl-'OIIII- , be all to le the finert, aoflMt, and aide-bV. ar wagmi burner now In lino. Your llrewaier Taking I. cerlalnlr without a ilral. bucglca all In allr Office In CViirt Square. cannot lie we fearleulr aar that jour beaten In Ihecnuntrj for atjle, flulih, and dura-blllT EE F. HUFFMAN, Your. Irulj, ing barks .f the iwislstentlj wicked. ol anew kind. TheSun of IMS wssa rtewsr-ane- r It discarded man of the forms, and a mulllludeof Ihe aupernuoua worJs and phrases or ancient lour- - j (Ireat llrllaln The loilheeralng volume tor IMI will In everj respect aurpaaa their predereaws. jour fur Ilia ;rln llur ATTORNEYS LAW, cine!, unconventional wav all the newa of Ihe werld, omllllDg no event of human Interett. and rouimrotlix upon affairs with Ihe feaileunee. of aiMoiuteinufi-entience- . ineauccesaoi laisespe-rluie- nt was Iba.uceeaeof lhetuu. It eneclcd a rmanent change In theattleol American news- r.verj imporiani journal esiaoiisneil ir his rountrr In the dosen tears has beea raoit- Kverj In. portent Journal al- eled after The Hun rrauv esisuni naa neeu niouiaeu aou eeiiere-- l vj the force of The Hun's eisniple. The Sun of IM will I Ihe earae outspoken, iruinieiimg auu loiecwung newspaper. Ilr a liberal use ol the meana which an abund. ant pro, perl l j atforda.we shall make II better than Weshsll print .11 the hews, putting lalorrsda-Ti- e shsiw, and measuring Us Importance set bj Ihe traditions) rard-stltbut br Its real Interest lo the people. Distance from Printing House Square Is not the Iral consideration with The Sun. Whenever anj thtog hsppens worth reporting we get the particulars, whether II barpena In llruoklvn or Iloknara. Inpolltlcawa have declJe-- I opinions; and are accustomed loeil-res- . them In language that can YVo ssr what we think he understood about men and events. That habit la the onlj secret of beet mstter of the seven ever oeiore. r Ilarpor'a llaror'a 'M.gasln llart-er'- Periodicals, n .... -- l'KIt YKAIL Ilan-er'- TbThrsw alsiv public. liens Anj i wo .nove n.roei ...., ... .. Il.iper'. Y'eung l'eople... I llarper'a Msgaaln. lienor's Y'oung !' eopie llarper'a (ranklln Niusr Ubrsrt. Weeklj Itasar .. ! . 4 4 . t 7 1 00 00 tiO IS 00 so . 5 00 iNOTIOB r CONSTABLE, nw jr play-groun- wlr ST.ASAPHHOTEL The Weeklj Sla cithers Into eight pages the dallj Isauee. An Agricultural Deparliuent of unequalled merit, lull market reris, and a l prortlon of liters. rv,BcleotlSc, aod domestic lotelllgencw evmplete the weeklj Bi'a, and make It Ihe best newstsper lor ine tanner a nousenoutu msi waaeverprmtea. Whodoeanot knew and read and Ilka Ihe Hun- da J Hun, each number ol which I. a (lolconda of interesting literature, wun me uesi poeir j ol ine dsr. prose evsrj line worth reading, newa. hnmor d matter enough to SII a twk, and In- nniteij more varied and entertaining man anj HARPER'S TOjfflG PEOPLE. book, big or littler If our Idea of what a newspaper akould be. preaara jou. sena sor toe nun. Our terms sre as follows: An Illustrated Weekly 10 Pages-Sa- lted For tho dsllj Hun, a four psge sheet of twenty-eigto Boys and Girls or from mail, wt- - Paid, ia&S columns, the cent, a niooth. or t Ml a tear: or. Including the 16 to IU years of age. er, an col cuodaj of aflj-sl- a umns, ine price is so cents per inouin, or Mi iu a vear. tuslseeimld The nuudat edition oflbeHux Is also furnished Vol. Ill Commoners Xoremrier 1, 1HS1 Now Is (lie time to .Subscribe. sepsraleljaltl.Wa tear, uslageild Theprfcw oftne Weeklj Hun, eight parre. aftt-s- li Is II a jt.r, postrge paid lor dobs columns. ul The Young People bss loon Irons the first often sending 110 we w seuJ sneitracopj free. anllclpalloa (N Y Ksenlng Post. Address, 1 W. K.NIILA.VD, II has a distinct purpose lo which II sieslllj 1'ubllsher of TiikSux, New Yolk Cltj. adhere-.Dsmel- v, thst of supplanting the vicious pspcrs lor Ibe jiung with a toper more ailractlve, a. well a. more wholeeom. 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