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F Now tho chowder's In tho pot, ami A wealthy banker in ino of our largo cities, who is noted for his largo the days aro getting hot, nnd all n W. P. WALTON, Editor and Proprittor. suliscrlptions to chnritic, and for his to swelter with a swell, swell, r. ft. WALTON, Buiintn Managtr. kindly habits of privato bcnovolence, Bwclt. Whilo tho crimson lemonade was called on by his pastor, one eve through n straw enchants tho maid, ning, and asked to go with him to tho who ditplss a bunch of flowers nt her SunscuiiTioN, 52.50 I'mt Annum, help of a man who had attempted kit, licit, kit. Invauiahi.v in Advanck. suicido. Now wc wavo tho picture! fan, Thoy found tho man in a wretched drink tho cooling and About houso,. in on alley, not far from tho wo watch tho periwinkle by tho surf, Previous lo tho ncccMion of General Arthur to tho Presidency, tlireo banker a dwelling. Tho front room surf, turf. And tho little tourist happy feels, had renshed thnt olllco was a cohblcr'fl shop; behind it, on a in conscqiicnco ot tho death oi tho miserabio bed, iu tho kitchen, lay tho as ho rends his "Puck on Wheels" In tho irovious cam poor shoemaker with a gasping gash whilo ho rolls with laughter on the President. in his ligni, the second placo on the ticket dren throat, whilo his wifo and chil- turf, turf, turf. wcro gathered, about him. Now our fancier, quaint and queer, hnd been accorded them to conciliate "Wo havo been without food for lightly turn to thoughts uf beer, aud tho minority iu tho nominating condays," said tho woman, when ho re- tho picnic's everlasting custard pic, Neither of theso vention. is not my husband's pie, pie. And wo sit with pretty Noll, enjoyed confidential rela- turned. "It fault. Ho is a hardworking, sober ncath a gingham umbcrcll, gaily tions with the President, and when suddenly called tu ho his successor, it mnn. liut he could neither get work boomeranged and shipwrecked by her nor pay for that which ho had done. sigh, sigh, sigh. was felt that Micro would bo something To day ho went for tho last time to Now tho cat begins to scoot from more than n mere nominal chaugo in boot, and tho poodle tho Administration. It was neverthel- collect n debt due him by a rich fami tho ess bcliovcd thai tho cardinal policy ly, but tho gentloman was not at wears a kcttlo on his tail, tail, tail. homo. My husband was weak from Now tho Vassar' maidens mount of tho party would bo maintained. fasting, and seeing us starving drove every r fount, and thoy drink General Harrison survived his inhim mad. So it ended that way,' vormillion water till thcy'ropale, pale, auguration only a. month It was to tho fainting, motionless palo. supposed that Mr. Tyler would carry turning Now tho ico man with n etoilo figuro on tho bed. into clTcct tho financial doctrines which The banker having fed and warmed slings his haughty summer style, nnd had so signally triumphed in 1840, the plumber bows in solitude his head, Hut, after four months of vacillation, tho family, hurried home, opened his desk and took out a filo of little bills. bead, head. ho discarded them, and dismissed, Now tho cuffs and collars melt, now with n singlo exception, tho Harrison All his large debts woro promptly is felt, nud tho circus met quarterly, but ho was apt to ho tho montc-ma- n Uabinot, ' selecting his ndviicra and careless about tho accounts of milk, iu tho country docs appear, 'pear, making his chief appointments from 'pear. tho minority faction which had been bread, etc., becauso they wcro so No news is this by Jo, they arc petty. defeated in tho nominatint? convention facts all people know, for they'ro writHo found thcro a bill of Michaol of tho previous year. He ultimately by tho joker every ycnr,ycar year. Goodlow's for repairing, children's ten became tho open opponent of tho -P- uck. shoes, S10. Michael Goodlowwas tho Whig party, and threw the whole "Kickdjo iAoin NothinV A suicide. It was tho banker's unpaid weight of his administration against dobt which had brought' these peoplo farmer in tho Vermont Legislature tho election of Mr. Clay as his sucto tho vcrgo of tho gravo, and driven had chargo of a good bill and bad cessor. this man to desperation, while, at.tiie modestly spoken in favor of it. A ' After being President a year and very time, tho banker had becu giving you tig politician replied in a long, four months, General Taylor died, in frothy, highfalutin speech against it. away thousands iu charity. tho midst of tho violent struggle over Tho cobbler recovered, aud' will All oyes turned to the farmer, expecttho slavery compromise measures of never want n friend whilo tho'bankcr ing to sco him rise in defenso of his Mr. Fillmore, whn had 1850. lives, nor will a small unpaid bill ov- bill. Observing this, after a time he tho nomination oi General slowly rose, and elevating his voice er again bo found on tho banker's Taylor, immediately changed tho to a squeaking pitch, snid, "Mr. wholo Cabinet, ignored tho liberal No man has a right to bo generous Speaker I I eco my friends expect me policy of his predecessor on tho slavery uutil his debts are paid; and tho most to answer tho honorable gentleman question, turned his back on Free Soil elficieut ucu of money is not nlone in who has just set down. I can't, Mr. Whigs of the typo of Wm. II. Sow-ar- almsgiving, but to pay liberally and Speaker. I can't; it alius wrenches me and led tho party so near to tho promptly tho people whom we employ. so to kick ngin notlun. His bill gates of death that it was only left to Youth's Companion. passed nan, con. How many little General Scott, in the next Presidential and big people do wrench themselves, Quiti: too Uttkuly Uttuk. contest, to open tho portals and allow or wasto their strength, by worrying it tu be consigucd to tho tomb which "Waiter," said ono of our pork merAmeriover things of no account. hope, had just received its great founders, chants to his sixteun-ycar-olcan Agriculturist. "I don't mind how short you have Daniel Webster and Henry Clay. Neebino IlacoNaTiiucTio.v. That Tho courso pursued by Andrew your coats cut ao long as they strike Johnson on tho death of Mr. Lincoln you somewhere below tho shoulder tho South deserves some method of is fresh iu tho public recollection. blades; neither docs it trouble mo to rigid disciplino beyond that which has Commencing with tho most vehement see you choking yourself to death iu a already scorged it is a disagreeable denunciation of tho rebels, ho changed pair of tight pants; nor am I much thought, but one which, in the light bis position, step by step, uutil ho was concerned in how mauy scarf pins you of recent rumors, forces itself upon a found, in tho last eighteen months of sport each day, or how large a bundle reluctant people. It is now btated his administration, in undisguised hos- you carry to tho laundry every twen that some one down in Mississippi lias hours. Though the sight of discovered that cottou seed oil is sutility to the men and tho measures that had prevailed when Mr. Lincoln your munaclio in its leelne cuorts perior for cooking purposes to tho was elected to the Presidency tho sec- for life, makes mo faint, yet I can best lard, as by its use rancidness, bear up oven under that, but over let burning and blackening is avoided. ond time. lessons taught by theso facts mo catch yoj wearing you watch This effort to set king cottou abovn Tho nro especially suggestive, becauso nei- chain on tho outside of your coat, and the hog is clearly a studied and unre ther of these threo accidental Presi- you'll go to work in tho storo before constructed insult to tho North, which dents began his administration with you can say 'quito too utter,' do you should be resented to the extcut of pulverizing every white man iu tho Burlington Hawkoyo. the purpose of antagonizing tho party hear me!" Stato. which elected him to tho Mukden Tkials. Tho manner of They each took the first step trying murderers has made tho Indiana has 2,252 women engaged popin that direction when they repudiated ular impreJsiou thnt it is a jugglo to in the honorablo occupation of farmthe settled policy of tho party on defeat justice. To try if tho accused ing, against fifty-twwho are put somo cardinal question, and played it guilty is not made the chief object, dowa amouug tho statistics as bariuto tho hands of that branch of it but to try if, being guilty, ho can not keepers. Tho same Stato reports which had been proved lo 1)0 tho bo acquitted by tho machinery of the sixty-si- x authoresses aud 532 women minority in tho country and iu the law, the looseness of tho bench, mid who aro keeping boarding houses. convention for nominating tho Presi- tho feeble minds of jurors. Tho con Ono hundred and seven Indiana fedent. f duct of the Judges is as if their busi males sell books, aud the other vocaTooWaum. Mr. Kobert'Burdotto ness was to givo the widest latitude to tions accessible to women aro repre visitcd'a nail factory, and relates an the eflorts of lawyers to clear the scntcd. Wo notice that Indiana fe impression : "I watched tho nails," guilty. So debased is court and bar males, when thrown upin their own ho says, "as they fell from tho pon- sentiment that it calls this abuse, giv resourscs, havo a habit ol taking good derous machine, fast us raiu drops. ing tho accused ii fair trial. Hut a euro of themselves. Strungo feelings rushed iuto my mind fair trial is just the opposite of this; Pendleton on the Tkack. A like n torrent. I stooped mid picked it is to find out aud convict the guil- - special to the New York Times says it up a brand now nail as u memento of ty,uot to clear him. Cincinnati Ga- - Is annouueed that Sona ' my. visit. Then I laid it down again . ,tor George 'II. Pendleton intends to sadly, but not Blowly. I bail an If wo wero called upon to designate bo u candidate, fur tho Democratic 'impression' that n now laid uail, liko a uamo that oonvoys a meaning more nomination for President two years ti now laid egg, is warm, and that dishonorable, than dishonor, moro de heuce. This announcement is mado it is far moro perceptible iu tho caso praved than depravity, moro infamous diregtly by John G. Thompson, .who of tho nail. It mar not bo so iu ovo-r- than infamy a name that, pronounc- has goue to Ofiio to begin work on instance.' 1 presume there may bo ed in heaven, would thrill tho celes plans for n canvass. somo mils laid oold. Hut tho ouo I tial hiwts with horror; that, uttered From tho personal column of n picked up was not cold and I did not on earth, would fill mankind with Now York paper, wo learn that a investigate any further." loathinc: that sunken in hell, would great mutiy women aro traveling A story is told of J. Gould drop- cuuso every devil iu tho infernal re arouud lecturing this season. We ping into u straiigc restaurant, uud gions to blu'h with shamo that know a woman who leotures without not finding himself in ni8osinu of uamo would" be Stephen G. trrveliug arouud. Wo had tho sad ouough ready cash to pay for it, greatBreckinridge News. pleasure of listening to ono of her ly, of courso, to his surprise unilobar-gin- . u fow nights ago, on Men It may be observed strongest uilorts IIminknt Ho finally attempted to find that no attempt lux been made to hunt up our roturu (1 p. iu.) from the thearelief from his embarrassing position out of llio way or unknown places to find tre. by tolling tho proprietor his uamo; name to ndora Simmon Liver IteguU-tor- : Wasn't Sub Cutk. She knew it was Hon Alexander II. Stephens; John necessary lo be beautiful to be attractive. but that individual considered this "too thin," and threatened him with W. Heckwitli, HUliop of Ua. (leneral J no. She knew health gave beauty a peculiar arrest fur false pretenses. Ho was It. Gordon, U. 8. Senator; Hon. Jno. GUI charm, therefore ihe made free ue of of Ala.; Iter. DjtIJ llrown'a Iron Hitlers, and her cstivatiK filially about to show a check drawn Shorter, to hit order for a million, moro or lees, Will, I). I), l'fcuident Oglethorpe College; mile eemt-- like a beam of iuihlnr; her when a gentleman uamo iu who know I)ilion Pierce, of (leurKJa; Judge Jaa. eve were bright and sparkling, and her Jacknoii, Supreme Court, Ga. And did Mil, oh, '(wan moot wondrou fair! Well dim, uud relieved him from his Chrispace aud time permit we could till a worthr of a trial U this valuable medicine by louning $5. Fathlou Plate, by all our lady friends. volume with tho htchett tettiuiouiaU. tum Uuiou. bo-gi-black-andtait, soda-wate. d ta-bl- c. ty-fo- Cure for Dandruff. When tho barber kindly informs his patient that his hair is very badly filled with dandruff, nnd proposes to shampoo it as a remedy, it is safe to say "No," most positively. The majority of tho bar bora Uso as a sham pooing liquid, cither a solution of "salts of tartar" alone, or mixed with borax. Thoy nro probably nil awaro that "(alls of tartar" is but a name for purified potash. When a solution of this is put Upon (ho head it combines with tho natural oil of tho hair and scalp, and forms a soap which makes a dense lather in the hair; this is washed out, and whilo It efiectually removes tho daudrufT and dust, it has also removed Ihe oil which is needed to keep the hair in a healthy condition. Avoid all such shampooing. A tnblcspoonful of powdered borax in a quart of water forms a cafe shampooing liquid, but still better is tho yolk of an egg, worked thoroughly into tiie hair, applying a little at a time, and then washing it out. Tho egg will leave the hair surprisingly clean and the scalp soft nnd frco from dandruff. American Agriculturist. m m A first Ctutin to A Bntt foundry. The man who travels on tho rail road, and sits down by tho side of lone females while laboring under the impression that ho recognizes a likeness in their faces to his wifo's aunt's cousin, met his match on ono of tho roads in this vicinity lately. He sat down in tho half of a seat, the other half of which was occupied by a pleasant-faceyoung lady. His first question was: "Pardon me, miss, but is your namo James? I have a cousin of that name, whom you greatly resemble." "No, sir," was tho reply, "my namo is not James. But, pardon me, is your namo Zinc or Copper V "Zinc or Copper? No, iua'am,"satd tho astonished man. "What lead you toaupposo I had such names?" "Lxcueo mo," was the quiet reply, "but I thought certain you must bo first cousin lo a brass foundry." The man fell over two scats and kicked a bird cago half way down the car in his haste lo got into tho smoker whilo tho young lady smiled a gentle " smile behind her handkerchief. d WINTER OF Notice to the People of Stanford and Vicinity. tllAVEJUSTHECrUVF.DANDorENED TIIE CHOICEST STOCK II h fit In Iba market. You will BdJ tterrtlilnf that Mrrehtnt Tailor ought to har. Tha Hock eomptim Cloths, CiiHMliucrcM, DliiKonutmtiKl ii Large Selection ef Wen-ImI-k from the IIcHt MuiitirjielorlcH of France hiiiI EiijcIhih!. I lwn wlMlt with ure. int ramrrlam Hit a flnt-tla- u EVER JIUOUGUT ON! LAST UUT NOT IXAST, A 8M.FJf D! t LINE OK TMMMING3. Cutting and Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. Thankful for .,t r?ori, ter,br to lutlntM, to nitrlt a cootlnninc of tha 1 llrlctatU-rjllo- II. C. atUPLEY. una. FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING! -B -ST- Ma itk Mtrcct, B. K. WEAREN, Stanford, Ky. An exchango truthfully says that there is ono reason for advertising that business men rarely consider its general effect on tho prosperity of their own place. Tho nowspaper goes out iuto the world from week to week ns tho representative of tho city, aud men judge of tho city more by tho newspaper than anything else. If it is newsy and able, and mauy local firms are represented in its advertising columns, they assume at once, aud generally correctly, that it comes from a live city a good city to live in and near and they thus aro drawn thither. Tho effect is not slight and the suggestiou is one which deserves the consideration of every trados-man.- " Let our business men make Clarksville Tobacco a note of this. Leaf, A Now Jersey man has lately pat ented a new invention iu the shape of a trotting sulky. The axle ot the new vehicle is curved upward and extends over tho horse. Tho horso travels between the wheels, and tho .driver's Beat is at the summit of the axle. The shafts, which connect, meet in a curve at the rear of the horse, and arc at tached to the axle at a suitable bight. Tu the upper and lower side of each shaft, and to the harness saddle, springs are attaohed tu prevent the irregular movement of tho horse's body from being transmitted to the vehicle It is claimed for this newly patented vehicle that it is safer traveling for the driver, and that the easy running of the vehicle will gitfe great er speed to the horse. Henry Mackiuson, a Philadelphia I have boncht out my brother. R. II. Wnnrnn. and will continue the Furnlturo nnd Undertaking business nt the same stand, In the Si. Asaph Hotel building. I will keep a full stock of Furniture of every description and sell at Ilsrures that ennnot bo bimt- en. My stock of Collins and Caskets will bo comprehensive. Shrouds' and Robes always on hand. I also repair Furniture and do carpenter's job work. B. K. WEAKEN. Si E D & GO. Invite the attention of the people to their new Fall stock of DRY GrOODS,NOTIONS CLOTHIKTG, BOOTS, SHOES, ' 11 boy, aged eleven years, armed with a No officer of tho Union army who pistol, was discussing modes of suicide was a gentleman is in any way involv- with his aunt, to whom he said ho but ed iu the just denunciation now be- would uever cut his throat, ing poured out upon Burbridge. Con "would do it in this way," and, suitfederate and Federal officers and sol ing the action to the word, he placed diers stand alike in public respect if the muzzlo of tho weapon to the back they were truly soldiers. Burbndgo of his head and fired. The ball enwas a bruto and a tyrant, and it will tered his skull, and has not yet been hardly avail him, or his friends, any- extricated. Alio to .m thing to attempt to make the storm Dr. Clayter, of Goodwin,Misj., has of indignation, just now being poured been fined $20 for simply "flourishing upon bis head, involvo any body else. his pistol." If the Doctor had just Col. Thomas M. Green, a loyal Unthought of it he might have saved $20, ion man and a gentleman, oxcoriates increased his reputation and had more Burbridgo in Cincinnati Commercial flowers and favors than he could have and denounces him without tiut. stood up under by shooting somo Glasgow Times. off. isn't HATS, TRUNKS AND VALISES. They call especial attention to their atock of JOEUEUSiS GOODS, that their stock of Cltohing, Boots and Shoes, which hare been selected with care, and they feel confident They are able to Show the Nicest and the Best Line Of these goods ever exhibited in Stanford. Our amusing young townsman, Mr. Louis Pilcher, leaves this week for Louisville, where ho expects to tackle the evangelist, Geo O. Barnes, in a re ligious debate. Louis will undoubted ly make it very amusing, and wo pre dict that tho Barnes troupe with this rising young star will make it lively for Louisville. Poor Louisville, wo Nicholas ville Courier. pity thee I Pilcher is ono of tho little ases, that brayed hero so vehomently during the Murphy Craze. mis-fortu- prominent citizen's head every man that can straddle C.-poitunity. J. It an op New York Star: It is rumered that General Grant aud family will shortly move into the White House again, whilo President Arthur goes to board at a hotel. All of Grant's old cronies aro at the White House already, except those who ore being prosecu ted. GEO. D. WEAREN, STANFORD, LANCASTER and HUSTONVILLE, DEALER IN- -- Grain, Wool, Orchard Grasss and other Soeds, ,t semi-ofllciali- y y Bur-bridg- e. Who don't believe it, but thoy say that a lightning rod man got hold of the pictures of Mary Anderson and A rovereud gentleman, who resides Anna Dickinson in tights, nnd. turnin a neighboring town? has tho ing them upside down, is showing to own a son who is addicted them as samples of his new duplex to drink. Tho other night, when the pointed rods. rEyansville Argus. family had retired to rest, the sou reThere are only about ten thousand turned home in his usual condition. When the father opened tho door to Kentucky Republicans at tho farthest his graceless offspring, bo exclaimed, who aro interested about the distribu i i i nvE sadly: "Drunk again, Henry, drunk tion of Federal offices. The othor right, father," riplied hundred thousand only care for the again!" "All SFORinsro- the staggering reprobate; "so am II" success of Republican principles. Louisviilo Commercial (Hep.) iisisisisisisisisisisisisisisisisisisisisisisisisisisisisisisisisiiisisB Grim reparteo : A bickering pair Tho world is said to owe every iu high of Quakers were lately heard observation, controversy, tho husband exclaimiug : man a living, but our buttered pretty thick with experience, "I am determined tu have pne quiet .t a, a sight of week with theo 1" "But how wilt thou teaches us that it takes fellow who tho taunting scuflliiig on tho part of the bo ablo to get it1" said Is trying lo collect tbo debt. ulas. spouse, in that sort of reiteration gow Times. which married ladies so provpkingly indulge in. "I will keop tho h week John M Starin, of Nav York, after thou art dead," was tho Qua who now has an iiiouio of 8100,000 t. ker's rejoinder. a year, lgaii life selling horse The moral of tlm soems tu be, Ask no woman her ago. Never joke with a policeman. Do not play that it is much mure nrotuablo to Never contra heal a horso ttiun than t bet on him. chess with a widow. dict a man that stutters. Bo civil to livery tiling in nature indulge in rioh uncles and auuts. Your oldest amusement. The lightning plays, yft.tVlCty-- " ' hat of course for an evening party. the thunder rolls, the snow tliei, the Always sit next the carver, if you waves leap and tho fields smile, A.H.H.I.O-BS- , Philadelphia Quiz. liven the buds shoot and the rivors can, at diuner. ItC'lipi'l-H-, MUHCI'M, llliy.llHlU'H, -- . run. (J nil ii Drills Curii.llHiivrM, NulUy I'lou. To raiso muuoy for her church, the CiiltUutoi-M- , JIurroHM, Silver dollars, with holes in them, Uev. Miss Auua Oliver, "the black-oye- d IIny-lrcweSlruH-L'iiKorTkrcuk- girl pus tor"of Brooklyn, is to issue aro painfully numerous, but they are luj; MiU'IiIiich uud Eukihck, 13,000 shares of stock at 81 each, the not half so so painfully numerous as certificate of stock being a portrait of holes without any silver dollars around Aud othor Implements and Machinery. We buy exclusively from Manufacturer!, direct, for cash, in car-lolots, and consequently obtain the largest ducount and herself. One of her male parishion- them. mm floods a: Seasonable Price lowest rates of freight. Our motto 1b i "Fint-clis- s ers will take five huudred shares. the 13 est is always the Cheapest." Kespeotfully, Eight bushels of good liiuo, 15 bushels of sand aud 1 bushel of hair GEO. D. WEAREN, Stanford, Ky. Httenj;theii brain aud uiuscie, cultivate nerves of Iron, make labor eat and work make enough mortar to plaster ono w. L. ui'riir.s, ;ki:i:. Manajtra llu.tomllU Papot. a pltuure, by uilng Urown's Iron lllitem. hundred cquaro yards. Mauser UucatUr lwt, if .a. rt iziuica ioiKriQ, wagoits, . li.d-meu- buggies Nl'ir-lIllltlCI-- rt, ad A.3srr a mm w Ceru-Sheller- m a williamn, V $J&? mj XA'fJ, l"i jii. i IViiiiln Wlim, vim will, Mrs. Mine It will bo Men by the proceeding Onk Col. John H. McIIcnry, a of the Democratic County Commit- dslegato to the Fnwikf&rt Convention Unit, win rharypl wllli the murder of llir llonrlxin latlrr'i nn, wss nrfjultinl l tee published ekowhere, that a pri- publishes a card In the Louisville enmity jurv. Mm. M. has firMid licr STANFORD, ICY. Commercial, saying that ho will in no limiil ami la mary election is to bo hclfl un the 1st n nnllaw. no Saturday in March, to nominate can event, support tho nominee for tho A cnlll.lnn nn the llnilaon Hirer l Morning, January 17, 1882 Taosday McAT.iIS'.rjBU KITC'CKNNOK Tho Appellate Clerkship, becauto Colonel didates for County officers. ImI night klllnl ii nifmlr nf the Jfesj York ffitMilnr, including Stnatur Committee, wo think, acini wisely in Wolford was not chosen; and calls on EDITOR W. . WALTON, excluding all but genuine Democrats tho Ex Federal soldiers to join him Waonkm, IriTfnlor of lli WAONFn sleep-tncare. Ronieof tliecarn cvinht on fire, from voting in that election. To al- In tho formation of an independent waa a horrible, time. Tiik Lincoln delegation to tho Con- low Tom, Dick and Harry, s'mply on party in Kentucky. Tho Col. seems anil thrre rrccWnl at the Treasury Devention returned considerably crcst-- . llorla ima promito that he will support the to havo no rento of tho obligation partment state that ' iniilllatetl (liter" roll) fallen find sore over the defeat of their enticket at tho August election, to airiit posed on every honorable man who is being thrown out of trade all oeer the fcanflldato for Appcllnto Clerk. Wo in choosing our standard bearers, is participated in tho Convention, or he country The United Stata mint at l'lill enquired of ono of tho least excitn-bipreposterous. We want Democrats could not act as ho has. No man ailelphla Is rereltlne lame quantities of It of them how it happened that the and good ones at that, to tay who who docs not proposo to stand by tho for redemption, and paying for It only the favorite was beaten by tho field. "By la Iwcomlnir almost Im hall bo our candidates. Wo desire work of a Convention ought to tako bullion value It possible tu pais mtllilaled silver tho most slinmelul kind of com' ina whoso promises a part in it, and if tho Col., who is none of tho riff-raftions," he replied, "and paradoxical aro made for a drink of whisky, to be said to bo still sore because ho was as appear, Col. Hill's nominabroken when a Republican or any not elected to Congress in tho Second Ines Bernard, la Wine critically ill at her ting speech, which Was, without . other man propotes tho same treat- District, is tho manner of man that residence In this city with small-tiox- . doubt, tho finest cfiort I ever heard ment. There may be thoso who will his letter shows him to be, it is much Poor woman, If she recover she will make him make, had much to do with the think that young men, who have re better for the party if he does leavo but a poor show on the atsge. Audiences defeat of Col. Wolford." "You sec," slng'rs, don't nflen run to ire cently nrrived at the voting age, ought it for good and all. He Is most too even if they have a good voice. IiArr.K. COAL! G.OALt GOAL! ho continued, "when ho mado it, the to bo allowed to participate In this small a man to head an independent She died Sunday . a!i whoto Convention was taken by storm sn.1 movement in this great Democratic lkfponhn.l The directors ol the Cincinnati, X. O rwrtlra ss chef r sarvntLntlf. the will it.lltrr la BndfWolford's stock went away above election; but those young men, if they sDjktlr aro in earnest about espousing tho State, and his evident desire to AT.IMt IU late Cincinnati Southern, IIhh h big lot r m,1 Wd had a ballot been then ta COAL. ON THE MARKET. a Mahono will hardly bo real- have drclirei! a dividend of 1 par cent, BEST Democratic cause, will certainly not ken, no power, hardly, could have (litems a rail. omtsln Hale X rlunnslley's, from the 12lh of October until the 1st ol Btsnlord. aaaaaaaaaL aaV. object to older and more experienced ized. The Original and Only kept him from taking tho prize. His January, making two months and nineJAK- - H. .MIM-.l.l.t:V- . heads, selecting at least tho first tickan effort lasting two and-After teen data. The operating expenses have opponents seeing this, were nlmost et for them. There aro seven weeks half days, Judge Davidgc closed his beef, Indeed, low; not exceeding 60 per panic stricken, but they conceived, or GENUINE yet for the cindidates to stir them- argument for tho prosecution in tho ceut, of the raruincs The surplus is very 1632. A GRAND 0DXBWAT1QH. 1S32. jonle'of them did, tho happy idea of diviselves, and plenty ol them yet for Guiteau case, Friday, and was follow- large, which would Indicate tint a staving ofT tho report of tho Commit-te- o Semi-WeekInterior Journal others to enter the race. All of the ed by Reed, for the defense, who dend of 10 or 12 p're-n- t. mtahtbedeclsred on Credentials, and on the excuse annually And the Loultiltle candidates with whom we have con- talked for a day. Guiteau has of trouble with tho contesting delegaThe Governor of Virginia vetoed the ! a lengthy speech, which is pub- bill "To ratify and confirm the consolida- Weekly Courier - Jouriiiil versed, and we have with a majority tion? of Louisville, it notified tho in full in yesterday's papers, tion of the ltichmond and Southwestern With Moping I.niKlNliIc. One jesr lor S3.no two srs (or llltls mors Convention that they would not be of them, are perfectly satisfied, both lished than thaprkevfone. with the time and manner, and wo but which contains nothing now, ex Kallroad Co in pa nr with the Virginia, ready till the morrow. That night Bj Pijtnf ut 11 M Jou will rtrelt for im year Raill, r wlih Ihs the OS hope to tee the utmost harmony cept that if it was to do over again Kentucky and Oliln Narrow-gaug- e four honiw .A. DR. all kind of schemes were devised. A rrneMnUltts tiwipswr uf th Smth. snj the he would not kill tho President for a road Company, under the name and stjle Uit, trl(htestsnd sbleil laiullr Wtwklr la lbs prevail. or more of the candida to OF 3 of 'The Richmond and Ix.uisville Railroad Untied males. TIiom who dnir csu eiaiulne st ' do to sitplsr There has been another chapter in million of dollars. He admits that Comuiiiy.' " ITis oh)ecllons to ihe bill do thltolfire. ol thsOouilcr-JourBates had spent their lost cent, and war of his act was fool hardy, and yot clings not extend to the lines of railroad laid INFRINGING borrowed all they could get, to make the Burbridgo-Blackbur- n IMITATIONS. words. Blackburn sent him a scorch- to the assertion that he was inspired down or to tho proposed consolidation of the canvass, and it was a matter of Stanford Female College. to do as he did. Thero is a growing these lines, but e Ijerls to Ihe provision iik sunt: AND life- 'or death, and they laid their er, which he returned with the en .11111111111111B..111BBpI V belief that Guiteau's days aro not of the charter which confera extraordinary STAM'OHl), KY. KeadTtogether to defeat at all hazards dorsement, "unworthy of notice." Tho aid ami dangerous powers, unnecessary to GET THE GENUINE. Capt. then wrote au open letter to the long upon the earth. the apparently coming man." the accomplishment of its avowed objects WITH A FULL CORPS OF TEA0HER8 public, in which he denounces BurMaj. A. E. Richards, who will 'Do you believo that this talk that One night last week as John M.Walton this Institution will opQ Wplford was defeated because ho was bridgo as an outcast from his State by be remembered as one of the State was sitting reading at hia home near reason of his atrocities. He had on Electors on tho Hancock and English Greenaburg, Ind., he waa shot In the atUntoa soldier, is truo?" ITS TWELFTH 8ES8ION, "I do not. I think that the result all fitting occasions expressed his de ticket, was made Chairman of the head by some one who fired through the UK TIIK window. A negro man waa shortly after would have been the same, if Wolfonl testation of him, and had frankly Democratic Stale Central Committee, arrested on suspicion, and he admitted that 2ND MONDAY IN SKrTKMllEIt, NKXT. had been n Confederate. Ho was by told him so when asked in regard to in place of Col. J. Stoddard John- he had done the deed for one Garrett, who None claim to havo a betit. His response was not an appeal ston, resigned. The latter has served long odds, tho most popular man for yeara had had criminal intercourse tor plow; ALL THE BKANCIIKS Ot A tho Convention and it was soon to uses by which gentlemen have beeu his party long and well, and deserves with Mrs. Walton, and who wanted the recognized that he cither had to bo de- governed, but an attempt to retort by all the good things that aro being said old man out of the way, since he had THOROUGH ENGLISH COURSE Tliclr nulyaliH Im (o ihhUchh Kootl u ono. Hi'wnrc ol all found out his wife's Infidelity. On learnfeated by ono trick or another, or he counter insult, and he therefore dis- of him. are lauf ht, ss wll sa hiicIi IriIIhiIohh. Neu that was sure to take tho plum. of tho Virginia House ing that the negro had given him away, My missed him, knowing that nothing Tho galerics Ollvor'n iihiuo In on the Garrett attempted to kill hluisilf, but un MU8IC. TUB LANQUAOEb, JHIAW. lx'Hiu. it hoiio oilier aru chief reason for thinking that his war that he could say against him would of Representatives have been indefia fortunately did not succeed, and he Is now 1NC1 AND l'AINTINO. KviiiiIiic. affiliations had nothing to do with his increase the odium that his shameful itely closed to order to prevent their in jail. Mr Walton is also under arrest personal history had brought upon being made a loafing place by the as an accomplice with the prospect that defeat, is, that Henry's vote came T X2 11 M H M O 1 13 11 .A. 'J' It.. the whole parte will pull hemp, Walton from that portion of the State, the him. Burbridgo replied in a lengthy idle colored men ot the capital. waa from Bonne county, Ky whither his In Tuition, prices rtsn froti 11 to M In Eastern, which was the moat intense-l- card, also addressed to the public. It 'sular DeusrtmrnU. Priniirr. JS. Intenued LEGISLATIVE. body waa brought for Interment. 1 10, and Collrflate, W. HO; Union during the war, and which is pretty tart, but ho says he will not A motion to reconsider trw Whipping furnished more Union soldiers than challenge Blackburn, or put his life The Lord or the Newspapers, which f For full particulars, sa to Hoard, Ac, address For (as Inlrrier JoumL any other portion. Besides, tho three in jeopardy, for he has a higher duty Poat Bill has been entered and there ia a e ghost of a chance of ita yet. The following is from the Danville MR. N. '. THUKIIKAKT. I'rlnrlinl leading manipulators of Henry's in- imposed upon him. Ho says he is Kof-rLincoln Co.. Kj A LrgUlitite Committee will visit the "Religious Matters," and sifted, terests were Tom Turner, a bitter aot afraid, oh! no, and if any body contractors who aro working convicts to Adrocate'i contains rather an extraordinary piece of Union man. who voted after the war thinks he is, he will deeply regret it. ascertain if they are treated humanely. Goto Ihe lont Oilice Store for Niuplu and Faucj logic: "The Courier Journal is ti'insr Mr. WItLARD HOTEL LOIIE&T DRAWING A bill to incorporate the Stanford Barnes aid and comfort in his gospel meet'to expatriate all rebel soldiers, and It is said that Blackburn will take no 14th Fofarnnrjr, 1BS2, Thos.D. Marcum and Judge Geo. W. further notice of the cowardly, mangy Woolen Mills is before the House. The ings In Louisville, nnd therefore (1 father O-ROCERI-ES incorporators are: B. Mattingly, J. W. the ilalia) we may look for the tnot asOR MONEY REFUNDED! McClure, both of whom were Union cur, certainly not through the papers, McAlister and II. C. tonishing results in the way of conversions e McAlister. J. II. but it their paths should cross, soldiers. It seems plain to me that if Lovismllk, Kr .NotembrrlO, 1(81. Bright. according to the ear mjthod presented by may look for a vigorous appliTtil lbs Heioltr.l, linnenientolHoard of Comiuluioner .'there bad been any feeling engenderA Senate bill proposing to ao amend the 'good evangeliit.' To this support that content to a lbs Prawlng of tbs t r to the central ehapter twenty-nin7lllard Hotel Lottery uuiil the I lib dir or ed by the war, In tho ecu teat, that cation of General Statutes, has been given so freely by the local secuIMl.and that ihejr will not consent to any thoso men would have rallied to the part of his anatomy, or a well appli- - that State officials ahall go to prison for lar pipers at places where Mr. Barnea has further postpone went of lbs same. .MiLLoar, Cbslrmsn. rawhide to his cringing back. one to fire years in cases of embezzlement. labored, can be attributed in a very large support of Gen. Wolford." Br tho ahoye resolution ton drawing muitand will be had on the day Died, or money distributed This bill makes a breech of trust a felony. measure bis astonishing success." Now bstk to e, "What do you think of tho nomiJohn D. White has offered a bill A hill has piased the Senate to fine all we Kentuckians are proud of the If enough tickets sro sold lwlore dste BaeJ. Ihe nee?" had, sad notice of same will to drawing will be in Congress to prevent the manufact- persons who tear down fences and otherand in this section of the given tnrongh Ihe papers. 'i'liregard him as a pretty fair sort ure or sale of any kind of intoxica wise trespaan on their neighbor's property, State we have bad the best of reasons to L1HT OP X'ltIV5KH. of afmau, but there were several oth- who throw the carcau of a dead be proud of our local papers too, and be It The Hlllsrd Hotel wlihsll lis lORfl 0110 rsTthat I should have preferred over ting liquors that can be made by the and those f$OU,UUU Futures and Furniture. fermentation of grain, starch molass animal in any spring or water course, a understood, would not for an instant even One Kesldcnce on Oreen Htreet , ... 115,000 We laid in, before the late riie in tame, a large and him. I, however, voted for him af. 11.000 . sum not exceeding $25 nor lesa than $10 seem to detract from the Oca ltesldenca on Ureen Htreet- -. es or sugar. He was smart enough 10,000 Two Cash Trlses, each tt.t 00. . ......... ter Wolford was dropped, because I for the first offense and $100 for the sec- fame, or to underrate the power ol either, Two Caah I'rlies, each 4,000 not to mention the apple or the peach, ond. 3,000 Fife Cash 1'fliti, each 11,000 ,...-...- .. believed that next to this, that poronly there is an idea prevalent among us Flie Cash Trite-- , each f JoO 2.&0O .... The Senate has passed the Marital will of course remain solid with bo he 5,000 . Fifty Cash I'rlies, each II00. and I am Inclined to think it has found tion in the State needed some subS.V). . 0,000 his constituents. Moonshine brandy Right bill, which gives to a woman the a lodgment in Mr. Barnes' own head, and (Ins Hundred Caih I'rlirs, each 20- -. ..... 10,000 Fire Hundred Cash Trlses, each stantial recognition." Such as Corn, Tomatoes, Poas, Bonus. Foachos, Poars, right to control property she had in her 1,000 One Set ol liar l'urnltur. is the higbt of their ambition as a possibly is a source of some comfort and Ooerlnertano wo , Haspborrios, Strawborrios, &o. The combination that got away own right bslore marriage, ana wnicn ant 100 .One HsndwiueellrerTea bet . . encouragement to him that the Lord A! J.M1 R...MIU.I Itin, l,nn Whl.fcv aa. beverage. li.too might gain afterwards by legacy or otherWe hte on bsnd, slso, s stork ol with tho boys, was Henry, Pooro and luO i namet inaiupat.u ijo some nanu in mighty . 3,000 Five persons, all negroes, were wise. The estate of courtesy ia abolished, matter. iitmseiinas naaPress manages tne lo Hundred Cash I'rlies, each 110 Gaines, and it is said that after pay Possibly the the uoo tio. fiat wines) tM.. 12;OG0 husband haa only a dower in the C.000 lloies ing Sam Gaines a good salary as first hung last Friday, Thaddeus Baker and the Ihelm at Important places, audi as Dan- - tVO lioies llobertwn Corclr Wblity, liJ.. 4.000 400 llsfsns Clean. 110 property of hia wife. 5,000 esch !!0 rllle and Loulsrille, but I feel almost Fits Hundred Cssh Clerk and general manager of the and Wm. Ward, each killed a woman TO IM9.SW. AMOUNTINO NOTES Or CURRENT EVENTS. sure the Lord tskes hold and does the office, the balance of the funds are to of their own race, for which they per Whole tickets, f 4: halres, fl; qusrlels. 12. Ita- best he can where Ihe meeting strikes a nlttances rasy Lenisda by Ilsuk Check, Express, formed the double shuffle at St. Louis bo divided equally between Henry Galveston, Texas, haa just suffered a town like Lancaster and Ilustoneille where 1'uUl Monsy Ordsr, or Mill, lletnun slbls scents wsnted st sll points. For Circulars, Produce of all kinds taken in exohango for Goods at tho fire. The heaviest bus and Poore. We do not think the and Reidsville, N. C. Joo Hay, Eld- lor tickets, sdilress no better help is to be had. Surely these I IV W. C. I. Will It). highest market price. friends of any candidate have reason ridge Scales and Matilda Carter climb iness portion of tne city waa burned. be the footprint of a itranger. I fail to WILLAUD HOTEL. LOUISVILLK, KY. Dr. Johnson and son, of Huntington recognite the marks of Mr. Marra' number to complain. None of them were too ed the golden stair via the hempen line McttOBEKTsTsTAOO, AOENTS. were sent to the peniBTANFOUD. KV. nines in it. good to form combinations had they for the murder of Nick Carter, the Tenn., for murder, for 15 and the other for 10 tentiary one thought it necessary, and it is too late latter's husband. years. now to cry, because the winning one It is said that tho fine Italian hand The House Committee which haa had got away with them. Capt. Henry of Judge Harris, manipulated the the aubject ur.der consideration, has decidwas born in Bourbon, iu 1840; enter- late Convention. A "Democratic ed to present a bill to extend the charters ed the Confederate service as Lieuten- leader" tells theLouisville Commercial of all National Btnka twenty yeara. The gross earnings ofall the rallrorda ant, and afterwards commanded a that Harris is fixing tho triggers to TIiImIVow Mill, containing the latent anil In the United States in 1881, were accordCompany under Morgan. For a while make Beckner, of Clark, Governor, Chronicle $240,002,607. ing to the Financial after tho war, he sold goods in Bour- and himself U. S. Senator. We or about $30,000,000 morn thun the year bon, and in 18G9, ho moved to Mor- hope the last part of the arrangement before. IIKALER IN- gan, where the beginning of tho war at least, will never be carried out. The New York Legislature ia divided For iiiaiiiilacdirliiK meal autl Hour, Ih now In full oucrnllon. y, as follows : Senators Republicans, IS; Wo will KriuU Tor customer, for tho prcHcut, on Tucfttlay, found him. In 1873 ho was elected Score one for John D. White. He Democrats, 14;Kclly boilers, 3 RepreThtirHday, Friday anil Natunlay or each week, ami ou to the Legislature, and in 1877 was was asked to introduce the delegation sentatives Kepiibllcans, 01; Democrats. Coiir(DayH and all other public tlayH. We Hiillelt a liberal Hliaro appointed by Mat Aduius. as Assist, which visited the President in the 01, Kellt bolters, 0. of patronacc and will endeavor to giro entire tmtlfuctlou. of Representant Clerk of the House FliaMxroBT, Kv., January 13. Capinterest of Burbridge, and consented Largeit assortment of atives. He is described ss a warm to do bo, but on learning the object of tain Thomas J. South, son of the late Colhearted, genial gentleman, of great onel Jerry South, and Deputy Warden of their visit, refused. This manly acthe Penitentiary, died thla morning of AIwayH on hand and for Mile. IIlRhCMt ciimIi price paid Tor Corn, popularity. tion ought to cover a multitude of Wheat, l'c. Order left ut Mill promptly attended to. illa of Tun Ashland fiends stand a fair faults that Johnnie is said to possess, rheumatism the heart, after ahort ness. MATTINGLY, McALISTEIl & CO. The Cincinnati Southern R. R. haa chance to atone, as much as their from all true Kentuckians. IN TOWN decided not to issue passes to newspaper worthless lives can atone tor the murThe Auditor's report shows that men for advertising. We will be much der of tho three children on Christ8114.57 were paid to pro tern Judgo's pleased with the change if they will run mas Eve. They have been iudicted in this District last year. The sums the same card that they have, at our reguby a special grand jury, and the judge so paid, ruu from nothing in Judge lar advertising rates has set to day fur the calling ui Neul's The N Y. Sun for 1881, consumed FIRE-BRIO- K & OLAlf CHIMNEYS, Boyd's District, the 12th. to 8881.54 IlaveJiiHt received and will keep coiiHtautly on hand a fresh four million one huudeed and ninety-fou- r case, fbr Craft's, uud Fri iu Fiuloy's the lfith. Hue or tho cholccHt thousand three hundred and ninety one day for Ellis'. Three Companies of IXoi'se-sSlio- c, Uncle Samuel Owkn, of the Cen (4,191.391 pounda of printing paper In lis armed soldiery guard the prisoners, tral Courier, is putting on airs. The Dally, Sunday and Weekly editions. The and there are no fears now that tho actual circulation for the year was; Daily, law will net bo allowed to take its last number of his excellent paper 39 701,161; Sunday, 7,037,001; Weekly, QUEENSWARE AND TINWARE, was printed ou rream white, thereby course, nickels has been The coinage of Mil HkckVj assertion in a ix.ech showing tbnt tho publisher does not by the Mint at Philadelphia, and in Qougrrss the other diy, that the caro for expenses. WIIEKL BARROWS, HINGES, BOLTS, All or which they will A rtCTunu of 0car Wilde, the applicallona for the new coins, accompanarrears of pension bill was "conceivied by money or checks, should be made ed in siu and brought forth in iniqui- leader of tho .Esthetic craze, appears to the Superintendent of that Mint. The ty," wjjlmest a reipgmlve feeling iu iu the current issue of tho Harper'i cot of transportation of audi onlna la exevery heart, not governed by pecuni- Weekly, As might be supposed, he change for lawful money In multiples of They are iiIho ukvuIh lor the Halo of MuttliiKly'M Mipcrlor ary reasons. looks like a "natral born durn fool." $20 will be paid by the Mint. CHAMl'lON UAltHUD WIICE, Av. Woolen Good and Yarn. nl 11 Mil-rnn- ROBT. S. LYTLE ! TO pr STjIsTinOIID, - - KlEnSTTTJaKlir- A IITTJTE, o y h7i.?K Having: bought the McAlister interest in the above named firm at a considerable discount, I am thereby abled to offer great inducements in prices on Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, &c. Call and see what you can do before you buy. "With thanks to my friends for past favors, I t0 solicit a liberal share of the same in the future. koit HE rrrvxjn. Ji - d W TIT2f!TlT-- r5' J e a ly pro-pare- d m Courlrr-Juums- 33 XV 33 balf-atdoze-n sl - 1 f Celebrated Oliver. ro y' 3P. O. JST03R.33. pas-ag- d. J. R.WARREN & SON Bur-bridg- Feb-rua- Meal,Flour, Lard5Potatoes TI invar Glassware, CourLr-Journa- l, QUEENSWARE, W00DENWARE,&c. d I2,f).. Complete Assortment of Canned Goods, , ...... .... ... Coal Buckets, Kitchen Sets, Shovels, 3Pol3Lors. cfeo. million-and-a-ha- lf UBMHKUaf Mttll Wctl-iicHila- ASHER OWSLEY, -- MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY oi?e.:r,.a. xzousra: block Hardware and Groceries. STOVES AND Flour, Meal, Corn, Bran, Shipstuff, &c., GRATES BFAUatex&BtlgM -.- A-nsro- COALHODS AND VASES, Groceries.Confectioneries, Iron, IVail? Salt, Lime and Cement, FAIVIILY at the Very Lowest Possible Margin. Soil Wagon and Buggy Material, Snni-Mwli- ls Inlcriorjfoimuil . . . MoltoncRTi A Htaoo take the lead In 6 ' cent Cigar. DEATHS. son of Mr. Fielding Thurmond, aged 2.1 LxTtiA Family 1'ixiim can be found at Mr. Thurmond joined tho Christian Church Tuesday Mnrnlng, January 17, 1882 McAlisler A Ilrighl's. last fall, while Kid Shnuse wss preaching n s Mr. K, H HurnsIIik hsa fallen into line atTurnersvllle,and had since endeavored to walk the straight and narnw path His LOCAL NOTICES. with street lamp. Next ? remains were taken to Danville for interF.MM.iWH'varlolf of canned goods, bought ment, KnrMi Uxn of Mine and Omcnl it A. ' Owslej's at low prices, at Hale A Nnnnelley's. RELIGIOUS. Nkw ami full Hock of Clocks at I'frtny At.t. Indebted to Hale A Nnnnelley are , MaAltslrrV llourne (loggin Pennington professed IUmm.toi HifM. Plow alwajs on hereby notified to call and settle at once. religion Sunday and waa baptised and re This means nil. lisnd at A. Owsley's. B'OBD,lKy For Hai.k Apply l A good as new. Thurmond. Of typhoid morning of the fever, on the llil office. llth, A Lngan Thurmond, liml at HioKTorKof Clumplon lltrli Wire on A. Owsley's. ' Cnotur, I'resli nd Kin Mcltoberta A Stag;''. llur IxmliTllle ItexMlf-li- l lrt, from Penny AMcAllsler. Watch rx, Clocki and Jewelry repaired and warranted lijr Vennj A MeAtlster. On, 'J5 Writ VirmmU IIkad-mou- t cenU a nation, at McllobvrU & Slagg's. Do not forget tliat we are read; to tlie amount of your account for 1881 MclloberU A HtagirOur atock of Drugs, I'alnta, Oila and Varnlahrs, la complete In every respect. Mcllobcrla A Stag. A rmr. line of Toilet 8oap, Perfumery, llalr, Nail, Tooth and Clotliea Ilrualies, tery cheap, at Penny A McAliater'a. re-rt- farm "Arcadia," the Key. Gilbert (libba, formerly of Han property of Col. Iassc Shelby, will be sold over county, Va but far some time a Csmlles, at on County Court day. It Ilea In this resident of Catlettaburg, Ky,, was adjudg county, and contains 600 acres. ed a lunatic on Saturday. He Is 7 1 years Oil, 176 llAiinti, next door to the Commer cial Hotel, keeps constantly nn hand all kinds of fresh and other meats, vegltablea, nystern, canned goods, and everything In the eating line at reasonable figures. It Is the only regular market ever In Stanford. Tiir splendid ceived into the Presbyterian Church. J. T. old. Tun Klanford Woolen Mills are, more PERSONAL than doubling their machinery, and It will soon be a big Institution for the town. Over 30 persona are already employed there, and that number will increased. We shall take occasion to tell all about the working of theie mills before long. 1 Mint Lancaster. Mil. Pattir M. (I. Ur.MLr.Y la visiting In Nr.vioi Dinrllle, Friday, tq yi.lt relatives. - ( ' trMw Lycr BgitTOM, who liai been quite sick, It, we art glad to say, ImproT- ing. Mi Mary McKt.noY, of Lebanon, . la visiting her brother, HeT. I. H. McKI-roj- r. Poisoned. Tom Iloblnson used a knife to spread strychnine on piece of bread to and wife went to kill rats, and afterwards ate with the sime supposed that particle of the polaon stuck to It, at any rate he was taken deathly sick In a short time, when he mounted a horse and came to town. An emetic was administered and he was soon O. K. again. 1 knife. It Mrui. IIournic, wife of 1'rof. llourne, Dtrtmr Amessor Mrs. T. M. Penof Lancaster, lua been visiting at the Col- nington presented her liege lord with a lege. ten pound aon Friday evening, and the Mr. A. T. IIctciiiwih, of Danville, old man thinks It la another argument in returned lat week from an extended visit favor, of hit reflection aa A sseaaor. It ia a to Sedalia, Mo. remarkable fact that the arrival of the Mrs. (Ialkk Wiiitk and little niece, little fellow occurred juat twelve year to Nannie Tudor, of Itlchmond, hare returnthe day and hour since the birth of Miss ed home after a vMt (o the family of M. be. Foxle, previously the youngest child. Collier. The K. C. engineer chanred their .s - i. headquarter to Mr. Iliatt'a oi Kenfro's We learn that Mr. h John M etc a lit: and vrirr. have been Hishop and yesterday. They say that in order to get on a vialt to Mra Carpenter. They Nate wife came near. being drowned in the Hanging Fork where it crosses the pike to day to nuke their future home In Jm the road into Mt. Vernon, it will have to run for a few mile on a 76 foot grade. between MaKlnney and Huitouville. The LAND, STOCK AND CROP. amine. The trial of W. A Owens for murder vehicle they were In was washed down LOCAL MATTERS. John N. Menefee, Sheriff, purchaod began last Friday. The regular panel was stream but they succeeded In "pulling for Krmii bolted meal at MoAliater A the shore." Mr. Hishop was not acquaint- of James Coffey, CO acres of Isnd adjacent soon exhausted and several bystanders exlirighl'a. amined, and two jurors, Elisha Bullock ed with the ford, and did not know that it to the town of Huatonville, for $C00. t Thomas House sold to Underwood A and Hiley Jordan, were obtained. It apwas too deep to risk. Daw-ao- n Fheaii Oystiiu juat received it Eubanks, half of his farm, about 160 acres, pearing that jury could not be obtained in Urothera. Dr. S. P. Craiu, who has been employ- rather poorly improved, for 15 per acre. the county, the sheriff was ordered to sumed by the Town Trustees to Vaccinate the llio Stock New Orleans sugar uat Jesse C. Itlfle sold to George KiffV, his mon sixty men from Pulaski county to at Hale A NunnellerV poorer elau, has been kept busily engaged aged Shorthorn Hull for $200. He also appear in the yesterday morn one fur $75 and the ing, Irom whom il was supposed a jury Tun bnya are fixing for another big since Saturday, lie ha operated on near sold three bull ly J0O perrons. The fearful spread of other two for $100. Skating Tournament on tho llth of Feb could be obtained. Small Pox all over the country, makes it ruary. It may be news to ome of our tobacco The following damage cases have Mossy TO Loan $3,000 en real eatate the duty of every person to accept the pre- grower that the county which produces been tried at this term of the Court: J. S. ventive, and parents, especially, should the largest tobacco crop is no t in Virginia or onllaterala In Lincoln ouunly. See M. C Calloway v Geo. Calloway, for shooting see that their children are promptly vacciKentucky, but In Pennsylvania. Lane Saufley. horse, damages laid at $100, veidict of nated. ter county in that State takes the lesd Florida people are luxuriating on ripe It ha rained every day thia year and The crop In 1879 was 23,940,000 pounds, jury for $23; A. Heasley v C. Crooke and J. D Chandler, for assault, damages claimslrawlerriu. Ila just too utterly too loo to the prospect Is fine for a much longer conraised on 10,092 acres. ed $1,125, verdict for Crooke, and against contemplate. tinuance. The whole country ia covered Pern'n A Woodson, of Missouri, Chandler for one dollar; G A. Grant va C. ' All, of tbqfcitreel Lain) were lighted witli water and cellars her have gotten to bought of McCJintock, of ISourbnn, a car Mullins A Co , for trespis,darnage claimSunday night, fur which the owner will be huge haiins of water. The furnace, load of Young Marys, Koe of Sharon and ed $500, verdict for one cent. The damage pteaae arerpt oura ami the public's moat under the Christian Church, which hsats Phillises, at $25 per heaJ; one was a bull unit of L. Main vs Pinn Hill Coal Comthe building, has been submerged and Sun- and the remainder heifers, with calf. The alncere thanka. Mi" AlltUCTiNKaU'TN. pany, wjs continued till the next term. day it was Impossible of course to b jlld a Messis. I'errm are here now, and s:y there Mlt. Jamb A. ANUKHsoX.ef Lancaster, Personal Mr. E. D. 8mith, a fire. It mn be easily drained, however, animals ate for their own stock farm. ImproTed Lst, 130 who was In Stanford, yesterday, lells'iis young roan from Livingston, obtained LAND.HintingAcres of Lincoln Couatr. fur sale! Applr Fork, and will be at once. Danville Court. Capt. II. T. Hush licemo to practice law at this term and is lo W. 1". Walton, Stanford. that JSsliaies of atock I.i the Laneaster A slide ocourred yesterday between the reports the stock market at Danville yes- now ready for client Mis Maggie Nalieiml Dank, belonging to the eitate of Oeorge W. Dunlap, were aold on Saturday, Hanging Fork and Knob Lick, which terday aa follows; Sloppy, gloomy day, Adam has retilrned from I'aWit Lick would hare wrecked the South bound but a good crowd was in town. About 160 Mrs. M. II. Owiley came up with Judge to John S. QUI, at $162 26 per ahare. Br mutusl content, the firm ot Slrfer A Jsmes, tram on the L. A N. had not a little boy, cattle on market of common quality; they Owsley Thursday evening and remained dlsaolred, (I W. Jsmrs Crab Orchard, tasi TlinltlXK. Owing to the bad weather whoe name we have not heard, run sever- sold well, with a strong betnaod for good until Saturday Judge W. II. Randall, rttlrlng, snd A. J BlglercontlnulngtbelmtlneM. the crowd wu not m large at the Hint, al hundred yards down the track and ones. One bunch of yearling weighing Tba latlsr will collect sll sccounts due tho firm of London, waa in attendance at the Cir- snd settle sIUU debts. A. J. HUJI.r.K, Friday night; but (julte sufficient for the stopped it. A detention of three quarters S35 pounds, sold at $1 CO per hundred lbs. cuit Court laat week, and was warmly P.S All persons knowing thrmielTes Indebtcomfort of the akatera, who seeraed to en- of an hour wis caused by the obstruction. A good many mules on inailet, but few greeted iiy hi many friend. Our people ed to the firm ol 8l(ler 4 Jsmes, either br note or joy themselves more than tiaual. The The llttlo boy's offered publicly. But little demand for have the greatest affection and respect for account, sre requested to csll snd settle sameAwithname should be ascertain8. J. out deltT. Hand did aplendidly, am! were warmly ed and written in letters of gold and ap- plug horses. Judge Randall. pralaed. They will be on hand again next ples of silver John F. White, of this county, reWAYNE COUNTT. Friday nighty cently shipped from Paint Lick station 62 The family of Mr. Fielding Thurmond OF THE cattle that averaged 1615 lb. Monticello. To BOMriWET CORRUrONDKNT. We his been sorely nllllcted this winter. He Messrs. Granville C, Marshall DunHe sold them" In Cincinnati for nearly neglected to anawer you Friday. The haa lost two children within the space of a in Lincoln Co. or $91.CS per head. lie can now buy can and Shelby Ragan started South narrowest point of the circuit, which the month, and haa himself just recovered all the land In Jackson county, provided with 72 head of mule and horse, mostly Lincoln Circuit Court. National Bank of 6ln-forcontestants made at the Tournament, is 15 from a long and dangerous spell. Ills son Ac, ts Isssc Shelby, Jr.,ic In Equity. he coald get it at 23 cent per acre a he atock raised' by themielves. fret. The diatance around ia not short Pursuant to s Judgment reodered in this cause, st Logan, whose death Is announced in its A large portion of Elk Spring Valley the October term, ltd. ol the Lincoln Circuit, of did 600 acre the other day. He and other fret. Can your akatera make three proper place, was a fine specimen of Kentho undersigned Coaimlulooer will, members pf the family now own about Is covered with water in consequence of times that diatance and tike 0 rings on the tucky manhood, being 0 feet 1 inches tall from the vast quantity ON MONDAY, FEB. O, 1882, Insufficient outlet Richdrat round? eleven thousand acres out there and proportionately formed. The burial, (of water) that collect there. County Court dsy, between the hours of II A. u. The Second Uuht. John N. Menifee, which was to have taken place at Danville mond ltegiater. e Messrs. A. J. Ilayden and Charier and 3 p. x., before the highest and door In sun beat bidder, ford, Ky., sell to the sheriff of Lincoln county, was In the city Sunday, was postponed, until yesterday, LINCOLN COUNTt Or man, who sold their farms some time "Arcadls," the Farm of Col. Isaac bbelby, Jr , on yesterday, and settled in full with the as no where in this section could be found consisting of ago, have not sslected heir future homes Auditor the revenue of his county for a coffin long enough for him. One had to Engleman't Mill. About Fivo 'Hundrod Aoros yet, but will most likely choose locations Of fertile sad splendidly luproied land, situate 1881, being the lecond sheriff who has re be ordered from Cincinnati which did not Horn, to the wife of Mr. J. C. Gentry, In Lincoln county, near the junction ot the L4 in Blue Grass. ceived his quietus. Mr. Menefee has alio arrive until Sunday's midnight express. a bouncing big boy. C. 8. Rallws)s. This U one of the finest Mr. A. 8. Jones and family have ar- N. sndIn Central Kentucky The sale la msde to firms settled in full with the court the revenue Harvey McRoberts, Hruce A Co.'s Dink will soon take possession of the utury s Judgment In fsror of the Nstlonil costs, Mr. John IIlain, County Clerk, has re- good looking clerk, was at Church Sunday, rived and of Btinford, which, principal. Interest snd of hi county for 1881. Frankfort Yeo- Cowan farm, lately purchased near Mill will sggregite on day of ufe the sum of 1JI.W7.2J. ceived a decidedly complimentary letter nulling at our girls. Tains. Credit of 0 and 12 monthi, eqtisl from Statu Auditor Hewitt for the excelSprings. Mr. Sam. Cowan inform me Rind rmulred wllh snnroTed securi Candidates are getting to be so comWc have been shown a letter from Miss in Saline ty, beirlng 10 per cent, from diy of ule, psyable Cost-Mar- k lence with which the Assessor's books of that he will locate for the present ect of judsmenti. to Commtutone anu dstiuk mon down this way that the dogf have Ida Kussell, the young lady now attending V. O. WKI.l'U, A Hen alio retained. county, Missouri. this county were copied and arranged. the Agricultural and Mechanical College Muter Coiu'r U C. C. quit barking at them. Every other man IS, 11Z Jauuuy He says after an examination and verificaMr. Jams Klndriek and Mini Ethel you meet ia one. at Ltxington,by anappointmentofCommla-alone- r Ingram, both of this county, were married tion: "I fesl that I should thank you for W. F. KABISEY A worthless cur made a raid on Mr J. M. Philips. (She Is greatly pleas your book, it having proved entirely coron the evening of the llth at the Union G. P. Bright' sheep a few dsys ago, but i ill ed with the Institution, and In this conIi s csndldsle lor Monticello, by Elder O. W. ol the Democracy. AS8ESbOR, subject to the rect, not an error found in it. And this he was stampeded before be had time to Church in nection Judge Philips wishes us to say Sew ell. The bridal party were entertainis so facan exception to the general rule, do any serious damage. that any young lady or gentleman In Lined at the residence of Mr. William J. Klnthat I ruuit give you thanks.'' As the JOII IILAIN never satisfied. The more People are coln desiring to attend that College, can do driek, Sr , on the same evening. work was done entirely by Mrs. K. A. Is a landldats for COUNTY CLERK, aubject lo they get the more they want. They are so on his recommendation, free of tuition Mr. W. P.Jones, our clever Steuben-vill- e any action uflh Democracy. lllaln, Deputy Clerk, we are not willing juat aa eager to get tho Interior Journal bachelor friend, we are glad to know The Democrats and other true men of that Mr lllaln ahall have all the credit for twice a week as they were once a week. JOHN JU It ALT, the aid of Is able to get around with Danville, since learning of Clcn. Fry'a of it. The job Is an exceedingly difficult one, There ia some talk of a voting precinct crutches, notwithstanding the seriors frac- lis candidate for COUNTY ASsESSOH, subject requiring a great deal of time and paficiousness In aiding the infamous being established at our little town, Bright. to the will of the Democracy. ture of his leg, that he suffered some time by heading a Kentucky delegation, tience, and the, praise ought to go where it One of our popular young men ha an and calling on the President In hi behalf, properly belongs. Mr. lllaln Is very nounced himself a candidate for Msgis ago. And we nre specially glsd to know M. l'HILIPN JUDGE that his lameness will not injure his hare signed almost unanimously and for- quick In comprehending the duties of the aubIrate, already. in the Il a candidate for COUNTY ATTORNEY, in the Matrimonial Market warded to Washington, a (minion aaking office, and we do not suppose there Is a betject to the will ot the Douocracy. Sam L'ngleuian, better known aa "long least. that Murphy 'tie appointed to the Poat ter qualified doputy in the State than she. W. T Francis A Co. are having a fi ue Siin," haa yielded to the call of his many Office. We notice that Mr. Alford win SAJIUKI- - LNOLE3IAN DvtNU Mr. John LVjoL, as clever and friends and constntcd to make the raco fur season for floating logs down the tributarione of the aforesaid delegation, and his aa honest an Irishman as ever sailed to Jailer. He i a "long" hoise, with plenty es of the South Fork River. The contin- Is a caodidste for J A II.fcK of Llucoln raunly.iub Jrcl to the anion of tbs Dciuurscy. action has not increuoil the not o'er weanAmerica, has been in a dying condition of bottom, and will make it hot for the uous rains keep the branches swollen suffing love of the people ol this section for boys since Sunday, He ha for a long time iciently to float timber, and we learn that WM. COOLKY him. Last Sunday, while Hev. J. S Sims n i suffered with aneurism of the aortu, a succeeded in lodging several the they have a candidate for JAILER of Lincoln counly, aubmidst of hi difooun-e- , It was In the Tub Stanford Hanner A copy of of the Inrge't artery of the body. thousand loj at the boom at Point Burn-sid- ject to a Democratic primary election. this paper, the first we ever siw, has been This, pressing against his windpipe, ha stovepipe fell down and created some little The above Is regarded aa a very handed us by Mr. T. W. Hlgglns. It ia giveu him great difficulty in breathing, dlatuibance by the soot flying through the successful fsat, aa the practicability of O.iPT. TIIOK. IllOIIAllllN edited by Din Psrker, and boars date July amounting aomelimes almott to suffoca congregation, whloh oauicd a good deal of getting timber out of the tributaries of the lis Candidate lur JAILER of Lincoln county, subject to the so tlou of the Deiuocrscy. 10th, 1808. Among its contents we notice tion. He has been unable to lie down for sneezing and coughing. South Fork, waa questioned even by those Imported sheep and imported dogs the death of Charley Cruw, a nephew of several davs. and for the most part, haa IS. IIONLKY living In that mrlnn. Judge Lytle, who was killed by being been held up on his feet by friends. Mr. don't go well together. Tim Bogleman UscaadiJstefor ASSKibOK of Lincoln couuty, ubject lo the sell on of the Dtuotrscy. According lo the Audllor't report, the thrown from a horse; an obituary by Hid. Cook came here about 15 year ago as u bad a fine bull de' sent lo him from At Oi.', a short lluio ago. He thought grand and petit Juries cost the State durW. L. Williams of MlssSustn Holmes; a II. OAUl'UNTKU down at lanta, contractor, and afterward settled a gocd deal of him, so he got into his Hock ing the last flical year $151,405.79, and la a esndldsts for COUNTY ATTOKNAY, subject oi.ll on U. Cwson signed "A CllUtn," ask- Klchmoml Junction, wliero lie Dai kept a to the etlioa ol lbs Democratic pi'trState chartera got lug him to addrei the people of Crab boarding house for railroad employees, of sheep a few day ago and killed two of witnesses $05,030.79. others, Orohnnl and Waynetburg on tho current He is thought well of by everybody, and the finest he had So much for a fine dog $143,300 91; State officers and to the office of JAIL Mre. Will Yeager, a teacher of the $205,000; the total expenses for all purlis esndldsu lor of the day, and a list of his death will be universally regretted. political question. There are 70 ER, sut'Jert lo the sclloo ol ins iuiucricy. in the Providence Sunday pose being $2,358,043.49. infant cla appointments of Col. Frank Wolford to He I a Catholic, and yesterday a priert of pauper counties in the Slate, which draw K. W. IIKOWN speak ai elector in the Seymour and Ulalr arrived and administered the consolation School, gave up her cbu at the close lo lbs office of COUN It Csudldits lor last year, so the little Hock was without from the treasury $397,853 15 more than TYa JUDUE, subject 10 will onus Kemwrscy. Is one of Ida church to him. Although speechlexs, canvass. Among the advertisements he gave signs of a kngwledge of all that a shepherd. They had an electiou and they put In. Among these pauper counties of Joe Severance aa a druggist, C. H, was going on. Latek. A telegram from Wayne, T. 81. FKNNI.VGTON Rochester A Sou, aa a wholesale and retail the Junction Informs ua that the old voted unanimously for their same teacher. are Casey, Pulaski, Rockcastle, to the office of a Cindldalt for She still refused to ascept. So latt Sun- Anderson and Russell, in our immediate Ii AbsEaoOR. bubjecttothesillouor the grocers and commission merchants, and man's tired spirit crowed the silent river Pope, a little girl about 8 or 9 vicinity. day, Abb at 0)10 last eveutng, miradfe dicta one of D. W. Vandeveer, -- Jo-ia- Ilishop Kavanaugh, of the M, L Church, South, waa 80 years old last Sat urday, when a large number of Methodist In Louisville, where he lives, made him a birthday call, Since they hire no pastor, the Christian Church are doing their own preaching. It was Mr. Jo. Severance' lurn Sunday, when ho deliv ered a very entertaining little discoiirte. Key. W. T. Tyree closed a meeting at Ilium Ide, Pulsski county, recently, whteh resulted in 13 conversion. lie I" now holding one at l'ubsnk' Station, and up to Saturday, hi labors had been rewarded with 17 additions. Should any of the Chnrchr desire tn put up one of the large street lamp in front of their buildings, Mcltnberts A Stsgg kindly oflsr to furnish litem at strictly coat. Kadi Church needs such a lamp, and we hope this liberal prooslllon will be considered, The intereat in Mr, IJarnes' meetings in Louisville increase dally, and on Sunday the large building in which he holds his service waa packed like unto a box of has pubsardines. The lished quite a number of his sermons, which make that paper decidedly sought after in this, the home for many ear of the distinguished evangslist. Hy the way, Mr, Harnc seem to hare gone back on hi first love, The Interior, since he has larger papers tn do him honor. Courier-Journ- year old got up before at large audience with tear in her eyes, and made a very touching tittle speeoh to Mrs. Ysager, telling her how much good she had done, and how lunch the loved her. Tiefor she got through entreating her, every hesrl In the house began to melt like snow before the noonday sun, and there wss a genera! flow of tears. Mm. Yesger couldn't resist any longer. She, with tears In her eyes, agreed lo teach the clasa as long as she ia blessed with health to do so. See how much good a little child can do. A few night ago we were somewhat startled by a sudden outpouring of music. We thought at first It was a serenading parly, and was in the act of throwing out our card, but dircovered that the mutlc was being made on the Piano In an ad joining room. We were then somewhat alarmed, thinking, perhaps, the boil's ira haunted. Knowing that there waa no one In that room, we listened at it some lime, but undsr the circumstances, we couldn't enjoy It much, besides they were playing an operatic piece, and we never did like that kind of music. There seemed lobe no end to the piece, so we mustered up courage enough to go in and see who the performer conld he, and, lo, and behold, it was two cats playing a duet, by running backwards and forward across the keys of the Pisno. Proceeding! Democratic Committee. Cmi-mllt- cls Pursuant to a call Ihe Democratic met In "Usnford, Saturday, January 14lh. Present, W O Welch, It. II Wood, R. if Ilrnnailgh, Jsmes A. Girrns, E. Lynn, Ssm J. Erhbry, J. R Jams Napier and W. P. Walton. The Chairman slated the object of the meeting, and suggested a general expression of view as to the manner of selecting candidate for County officers It was the unanimous belief that a primary election would give the most satisfaction, and that mode was upon motion of Mr, Embry adopted. Mr. Napier moved that the first Saturday In March be fixed a the day that ssld elrc tlon shall be held, which after consider able discussion wss also adopted. It was then decided that the election shall be held In the usual voting place of the various precincts, except as hereinafter staled, by the officers named below; that the vote be rim voce; that it be taken between the houri of 7 A. M. and 5 r. M., and that none but those who voted for Hancock and English will be allowed to vote, except they were prevented by absence or sickness and are known to the Judge to be good Democrat. d M'ROBERTS&STAGG -- 3 J K,E3yCO"VE3D -- HAVE- sura TO THEIE- - NW STORE Court-House. - ROOM Opposite the They Invite You lo Call and See Them Whether You Wish to Buy Anything or Not. MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Sam. M. Burdttt. Editor. The Grand Jury hive reported about CO Indictment. They expected tn ad- journ yeatenlay evening. It was raining again yeitetday morning, hut then It has begun to rain every Sunday this ysar and kept it up until Saturday night. F. L. Thompson desires all those indebted to him to call and settle at once. He need money this week, and he hope till notice will not pass undeeded. The most per'ect quiet ha prevailed here since the breeie of last week. The participants in that affair and everybody else sre heartily ashamed as they should ' ' Court-hous- clv, e and Ihe count When the poll are clo-cthe officer of Ihe various voting plscrs shall certify the number of vote Iii (heir ImnitKonto new afore room In that each candidate received, and forward a statement imtnedlstely lp the Chairman of the Committee, who shall In the presence of Ihe Secretary and any other of the committee who care to be present, open Keep conNlniilly on Iiimil u full Htock such returns and, after ascertaining those of the Candidates, who have received the highest number of votes, declare the nominees of the party. The followinggentlemen areappolnled lo hold said primary elections: At Walnut Juit received a large lot of Men's and Boys' Fall and Winter Clothing Coffey, Flat Precinct Monroe Curlls.T. and a splendid line of Fall and Winter Shoes, of Zeigler's Bros's' make, Judges; J. G. Lynn.Clerk. Crab Orchard for Men, Ladies and Children. New stock of Cloaks and Dolmans jnst II. W. Farrls, A. Carson, Judges; Stephen John Bailey, Burch, Clerk. Turnerarille Richard Bibb, Judges; John O. Neal, Clerk. Huatnnvllle-Sam- nel Held, M. S ; Peyton, Judges; F. M. Yowell, Clerk. Waynesburg E. 8 Gooch, C C. Brawn, Judges; Wm. R. Gooch, Sr , Clerk. Highland Wm.Clymer, John Young, Judges -ITS-D. A. Bsugh, Clerk. Stanford James Paxton, A, L. IIle, Judge; John Bright, Clerk. In the absence of one of the the other two can fill the vacancy, PERFUMERY AND FANCY (TOILET ARTICLES, and in case none of them are present, the County Committeeman for that precinct Books See ahall appoint a new set of officers Dye On motion of Mr. Glvens, who stated WINDOW GLASS AND PUTTY, that McKInney Station was much the more convenient point for the voters of the Liquors Wines Medical Purposes. ProscripTurneravlll precinct, it was decided that compounded. Wo have also a largo tions the election be held at McKInney for that wo!l solectod Btock of Watches which precinct. wo propose to soil loss pricos. Watches The vote of Ihe two Stanford precinct Repaired anted. will be taken together in the County Court room. Mr. J. E. Lynn offered his resignation, stating that he had moved out of the Walnut Flat precinct, and upon motion J. G. Lynn was appointed in his stead. No further business appearing the Committee adjourned. W. QJXeum, Chairman. W. P. Walton, Secretary. made, J.H.&S.H.SHANKS ef OPERA HOUSE BUILDING Dry Goods,Boots,Shoes,&c a DBAIBES s, DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, Stuffs Stationery.Paints.Oils, Varnishes, for Puro ' and and accurately Jewelry at than city and Wan and Jewelry, and A SWEEPING REDUCTION Tumbling1. !! OTSSOIsUTION. bn The "Warm Weather Has Sent Prices PUBLIC SALE $5,-00- 0, y Finest Farm d, Too Many Goods and Want to Reduce Them. ' Court-Hous- A Heavy Discount Is 'Marked on All Goods To-da- y. Is No Consideration; Our Word is Sell. Never Better Goods Offered For So Little Money in Stanford . llur-bridg- e, Before. pros-pee- ls J. dill-Ullo- Now or Never Is the Time to Buy Goods "Without Money and Without Price. 1 e. J. These Are Facts, and a Call Will Con- 1. vince You. - tuos. i. nkwl7in BRUCE3 & CQ OXOrJQJBCI3E:RS. SffwitKliIfSlnftriorlonrnal jl..- - : r. Tuesday Mnrnlng, January ay: I cn not closo this letter with, out chronicling n tragic event which took plico reccntly.lt was on of this Empire, ov?r Saxony, tho iceno nn inn, timo, etenirig. Many old cuatomors of the place were assembled in their snug tables, room, with its l tiled stove, its araniing its tall Beer of saints and angles. wino enough to float an intoxicato n continent, had enough to bccnscrvcd out in that plnce since its firt dedication to Bacchus two centu worship ot the t'm fO..To-night.th- o w&.crownr3eity was proceeding ns nml lho air Wft8 th1ck!tii "tobacco smoke, when a man with a sleeping child in his arms loushed in and sal down in tho corner JIadiatik a jjlasi'fer two of beer, while (hechlldfagoldenhaircd little fellow of about five years, rcstod his head on the table and went on with his nap. all about The jolly topers aVnger.hg.afterjiwbrie, desired to bo shown to his room, as he wished to put his son to bed. But soon after anjingry disputo was beard without, at the foot of 'tho stairs, the fath er using shocking language, tho . child whining pitcously: Father.fatU-crvou know I have been unable to go upstairs by myself ever sinco I broko-fnleg." "Nonsense," ex -- you claimed the man menacingly, cet un verv well if you choose, can and,,bosidcsyou have only yourself .Wit nans luriyuui ujumu ,., -- . j Vo. or I'will'beat you black and blue," nnrt bo administered a cruel blow to tfee.cripple., Several of the guests had craV6ufin thepassage, and now remonstrated vehemently with his brutal father. "Is that your child, you monster?" asked one. "What's that to oh, ybu'i was ? answer- - "Yes, fntlipr." moaned the "woo li'o ... mv in , ..W J J-bov. as ho sat helpless on the stairs thcNoth-eniffrontiora pict-'tirciron-clad, lACMrcsf otidcnt writing "1 a A Tragedy. Peculiar WtddiHf. Numerous peculiar weddings are A girl at happening nowadays. Coultorsvillc, N, G., was locked in a room by a fnllicr, who chained a 17, 1882 ago bull dog under the window; but her lover poisoned the dog, pried oen her window, and carried her to a a Horn to Mai Ih Farm Pay. fromVion-n- &"$" soon-.forgo- t clergyman. Mrs. Itccder, on lho deatli of tier husband, iu Baltimore, received the following letter from Franklin Until lar, of Carroll, iMo.t "I have juit heard the news. Will you marry me now? Enclosed find 8100 to bring Broillar you and your children here Mrs. Rceder had been engaged and before the war; but an uncontradicted report that he had been killed in bat tle, led her to msrry another man. When ho found that ho had lost her ho went Wcit and waited twenty years to renew the courtship. She said yes. Old Edgerton, of Bellevue, Iowa, lecided to get rid of his wifeand him no marry a younger woman, accomplithed by means of an irregular divorco and with the coti'eut ot the original wife, who remains in the Edgerton establishment as housekeeper, while the bride plays lho idle lady. A Nashville girl being forbidden to marry her lover, promised obedience, but one day requested her father to hand their pastor a note on his way Thus he was unsuspect to business. ingly led to deliver the invitation to tho clergyman to call at onco and perform tho prohibited ceremony, nnd tho latter, presuming that parental consent had been obtained, readily obeyed tho summous. the prima-donnarrived in St Louis on Saturday quite ill, and a surgeon was callIt ed in to alleviate her suffering. appears that a couple of weeks ago, while playing in Chicago, the lady became alarmed at the presence of small-poin that city, and concluded to be vaccinated. Although as a general thing this operation is not the lady one, a very serious dreaded it from the fact that it would for a time disGgure her shapely arm, and as that roust be exposed almost every evening, it would never do to think of such a thing for a moment. But if not on the arm, where? A council was held with her husband, and it was finally decided that the operation should be performed on the oh, horror of horrors left limb, and oh, that we should live to tell it the knee. This was done.and as the vaccine commenced inashorttime to perform its duty the aforesaid left limb commenced to become inflamed and very troublesome, so much so that tho lady had to give up her acting for affiw days, but she had recov ered enough to leave with the troup for Louisville. x -- y Mis? Emma Abbott, It 1 Tho Ifettern Agrlculluritl: IlkV. J. S. awtt" MKTIIODIST.HOHTII. tor. drl(trxwB.Iy mflrnlntntal(fcl, KcImwI pay to thoroughly understand farm nlahu. KuihI XCt'l.l.UNT IUV HNI-- . IiIKIIIINII AN llltitTUiirUr aJ Slmt, HIM i MlulonarH, Hticlrl tjiiiiiiriiilnl lb Tin new I'lann can obtain a bargain by ralllnii nn lb ing, and make a huiiucs of it. It III underala-ncl- . Woman', nivM hr on ILLUSTRATED. II baa been uir.1 lea than a doien I n'elnrk Mt T. T. iumU In tarn munlh, will pay to take agricultural papers 7.Ml Illl I.., ftnlJ.nt. WALTON. Stanford. W. P. llatMr'a Weekly tUnda at lb head ofAlutrl-ra- n and rasgiiines, and read and digest Pailo HrttlM J. M. llludraled weekly Journal,. Ily lit unparll BAITIST nr. Knurtb IIuc, Kun.Uyi, mornlnftnS n aan alllon In pnllllce, lla admirable will pay to contholr contents. It Ha carefully chiwen atrial', ihorl alntlea, filial. ITitm Mrtllna m Wtlnr.lK. lUrrow n K. Hun.U IVhonl at JO a. altelrb, a, and ptiemt, conlrlbutril by lho foremoat tinually Improve your stock, and to artlaiaand autboraof the day. It rartlra Inalnic-lio- n and entertainment lo Ihouaandt of American ? improve on your manner of farming. liniMTIAN.-Wonhli- itii lh liontea hallou ffT Unl'a in ITchln bj M.I Sim Kthnnl work. II will alwayal Id aim ol Ilia publlahera lo J It will pay to systematic your dTl, KlltiJl en r'lnl nd Tnl ni make llarper'e Weekly the moat pepnlar and a. - rVTertfir. upnn!nJfnl mafamily new,ptr In the world. It will pay to buy STILL LEADS WITH THE al 1. CNiiahloIfioNlilciifc MW- - X I. nurailVTKIIIAN. nOUTII.-ll- ff. or chines, and it will pay to tako care w Harpor's PorlodlcalB, I ro. HunJaf Sthool tl W John nine thai la now rrciipled be Aaher Union I'riTfr Mrilnion The on lunt, (nitfiintMMf-nirKRYKAH. Houtlt aid Main alreel Thla bulNInt It them when not in use. It pays 1 M .. .l 44 in WJnHT nlihu. nearlr new and ery ddrable- co 'alnt 7 noma Ifarper'a Weekly r'a Maaatlne. raise those products which will find and halli alable. mirUire boiiaean.l garden There II . IN ...- .- lona la nn mora de.Uable nor better loraled proi'ity In llarpet'a ratar rilOllKXKIKAl.. 10 to (Manfnrd fnra buahia man ftertraalon Rleen Jan pjbllia --. The rnreeabnt quick sale at good prices near home. 7 no uary lat, 111: Apply In J. N I'ralf, hlanninl, or Any TwoalmTen-m- .... -- .... .... 1 ,a d.lrraa W. Crale, rare J A I. rVioif.-- l A ( It pays to get a name for selling the llarier'a Yin .. llnrlunill, (I. llaricr'a Maaln C. K MV KM AN, kinds, TT , IMI.If best ; to keep good stock of all W, I'HAIO Hlanr.ml. Nor Vt nklln riuar Ul.rary, Onl ear llarpet'a 10 HO ns poor atock of any kind leaves no (tl Number,) Piialaie Kree to all tubarrlkera In Ilia United ATTO RNE Y AT LAW, down the weeds ; to profit ; to keep Hlatee or Canada. STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, The Volumetaflb weeny iiegin wun lue nrat IjAM'AhTHII, icy. havo somo articles to sell ovcry time Number for January each rear- When no lime Will Molrr riiimlMlonr .n.l (Vmljr Allorn aOMnlnt la menilonett. It will t underdml that the aulr. what AND SELL THE IlKfOT BT.STAKIOKI), KY., you go to raarkot, and to buy BEST iimllf In all l CoutU of (lrrnl n.l lt-lj- r acrlber wlthea lo commence with Ih Number raunlm and la IhtCuuH ol Appnli the receipt ofordfr. you really uced in tho improved seeds. ., 0, WINE, nealaner Twele Anuual Voliimeaol llatel'a The ltd BUGGY OH THE GLOBE Weekly, In neat cloth Medina;, will Uaentby more to sell than to It pays to have milllMI rilKK wnLttiau. mall, imataa- i.ald. or br eatireaa. fre of eineoH DKAlal IK (protl.led the Irelthl doea not eiceeden dollar buy. It pays to have fine poultry, FOR THE MONEY. F. I.. WttLI'OKII & M. I'KVTON, l?r f oiuraei. Mr i.w earn. j. Cloth for each yuluinc, autlabl far tleadilvnca, H cattle, hogs, sheep, bees, fino improvwill Waent by mall. poilpald,on receipt f II Tablet,, Ac. 11.00 ear h corn, oats and hay. ed, wheat, SEND FOR CATALOGUE ATTORNEYS AT LAW, WRMHLSSJSu Ullll-JIfl'V- . 1C.V. ll.aW I ial'Wi.L of " VluJ' llemlttancea ahould 1m, mida by of leea, aeold ekaite It pays to ruako home attractive, fHaSaBam """ I iama Jfim neatly eiccu- - Money Orderor Drafl.lo copy thla adrerliienitnt Newapaperaarenol to OlCc AND TESTIMONIALS OF Mulal allinllon rlrrn lo cullrcllooa ted and Mil,. without lb eipreaa neper or Harper A llrolhera give the children all tho schooling JwawaBBwaw MaBBBaCSi faction OTcr II. T l'lrc'a alura II UUOTIIKI11, New York. Addreaa hon-es- t, PABBBM0MKan'''' '"" possible, and it pays to be a good HUNDREDS OF LIVEKYMF. l,n' ""' " MlKlKxftriHJ fPHOMAS l. lilI.L,JH., arVlwafavAfeKkA thinking farmer. ed on WHO HAVE USED THE! t00i t.fj city in ATTORNEY AT LAW, Omaha is the sV--Address America. Three thousand of tho HTANroltl), ICY. CAKltlAGES&J.UOGIES. In the iwfifUl fi wnir rattle In lha Court, Olol thla and adjoining beasts roam at will through the streets nlJTli "mew on Arreaia. uwri ILLUSTRATED. 4tMyr ESS erand Direct. ft and howl forth their hideous songs of . . -! aan mnl na t Ail UUiJlJ.il Uu SiJUua V.' Alwaya varied, alwajao.l,alwaj, IroprotUt. praiso or someming, --Jl'hatlea France Adaraa, Jr. moat OHIO. TAMK8 O. OIVENS, through the dark and silent watches COLUMBUS Ilarr'a Macailne, Ih bralnapopular lltullrelf I lla alaly.murlh ilcllialln Ih world, IIEFKHKNCES: Iteocmber Numlr. It repreaeota LAW, the night. Tho sign, "Bewaro of AT of rolum wltb lb hinJIInf (li!TLii: 1 h fhaelon. lr., fcryoui ATTORNEY uTRfnrr, what la beat In American lllrlur and art; and Iha .111 Ita marked aucceaa In Knjland where II haa altn T)nt" cjLn be seen unon hundreds lUewittr Trim. H "iii, he flrtn tnllrj far Iher h pail four than that of any ready a circulation thm. ami I of gateways, placed thero that he who itlrtllnl tnall who ll a tmufhttinny more tlila LOUISVILLE, - - KENTUCKY. mecaalna of Ih earn claM baa brouiht Into irrral bl to ittct Ihati anrof l t.ie prtfloua rear. Triutlnj lla aerTr lha moat eminent wrtl ra and aril, la of Residents of neigh.on reads may run. (Ireal Ilrltaln The lorlhcorhlna lurar foe ll't Practice, lu all Ilia Ooirte. Collection, nronrpt TOU lll l ablt to II all ordr promptly, 1 am, will lottery reaped aurraae their predecceaor. ly made. boring cities affirm that they can alNicholas IUski, Uteryiuan. Uf.Jrtt'.lnJ. formed a parlnerahlp with l.rMLIK Ilarlnc Harpor's PoriodicalB, y ways tell an Omaha man by tho patch to WAIJJICC K.VAKNON. llOI.Mh.1. 1 am Utter prepared than e,er my ualng and irlllnft T. W.VARNOS. OsiiTLhuax I'KH YKAIL line. uiy alnn, with all clave of work In 4M on the equator of his breeches, which ,i,r wark In Clark ronnlr for t" P"t louf . - Harper', ;M,iiln .......... n.,Ol Hie nfmi niBieriai euu quint. vi.-rT. W. A W. E. VAHNON, 4 OO iar with but buciln to ourwlrra and (Iim, Ac, mad to order, and repalrlnj dobo In the llarptr'a Weekly leetivo purp euatomtn. th Vwiir iitla'actlonart unmraauy ic- marks tho spot whero the 4 00 ........-manner, ill, ua a call at uronu oki llariwr'a llaaar- - .... lieaieal i I0CO tnowlrdtru ny our einunuer io alwt publication,.-- ! country. has reached for dry goods and proud for lh price thai can t bought In th "rj ". ATTORNEYS AT LAW, aland, Klanljrd, Ky. vjf. nAUUiir.KTV. Tke Threeaboi naroel.... TOO Any Two 1 to Your Combination r''" nuitsr lpronouncd Bounaieopie. city. iiarra Majailne flesh. It is indeed a cur-seHTANFOlll), ICY. by all to l the nnr.i, aoftnt, and railnt rldlnf I Ilarper'a SCO llrawalcralde-UIlarper'a Younc i eopi buy now Ion"'. Your llral. Taltnr,r all In all, OfflcelnOourlCqnar. ) Religious Editor Detroit Free Press. certainly wllhuut a will mmm Ua'-'V- U . VHUHI'M hlKKUTOHt. rrr !, 5 FINK PIANO FOUSALK! I'm-11- 1 1882. Harper's Weekly 1 tMmW llluatra-Dun- e, . f!.ni-rtll- FOR RENT. labor-savin- g J- IR THE WORLD. m fflf !(. (lw-le- y ...-1 ) .. ... - ',IHaka JEtlr,, ' klad-In- Toel-ofa- c (W-ly- rl lUI Alll-KU- 1SS2. dog-gone- u""" llarHlX SK fl.LT J rn Harper's Magazine iM-b- FIl-TI- lrr Car-lli- 411-l- Whln aup-d- I d .! ..- la w J, n,l rw.li-nIlimtMf ill nil BfJOIlV Of tonra. Tim man became still more enraged, and would, doubtless, have belabored his son had not persons present laid hbld.of him, exclaiming, "Cease vour brutality, or we fetch tho police." But this only had eflect of Ithrowitii the father in a real parox 3m ofrace. He drew a kuife, and stWdcd frantically. "Take care, l&aaEii.'VrPJunnl the bov. "be will rip us all up same as ho did my poor mother." "Little fiend," yelled with tlin father, anil, freeintr himself a great effort, he buried rhe knife in the child's body. Tho poor little soul a m a. jsaulc down with a groan. A. shout ot The following is a copy of a postal indignation came from tho others, Atwho rushed at him en masse; but tho card written to Lotta by one of off politely, said lanta's school girls: "Beautiful Lotta; man, taking his hat Do, pray, please mam, give a matiwith a winning smile: "Gentlemen, nee and play 'Bob' in Atlanta. So we have here to do with a wooden to child. I am a ventriloquist and no many of us girls want dreadfully A see you, but can't get $3 at a time in admit.' rnean one, either, as you matinee, pause of speechless nstonishment, dur- pin money. It you give a fifty-ceone, I just declare you would ing which could have leen heard drop house on record. ping of a traditional pin, and then tho havo tho biggest (Hom- Now, wont you, Tplendid, glorious, rafters shook with prolonged smashing, darling, be eric) laughter. The clever deceiver jolly, rolicking, Lotta? Then you have the was dragged into the parlor, where, witching, school girls .besides exhibiting many a funny trick blessing of a thousand wine who have not any beaus to foot the 'ofChe voice, he took much more " than was good for him, and finally bill at the m rolled ofl to bed with his pockets full "Why do you insist on my marryof money and his murdered child ing you, instead of a clergyman?" smiling blandly under his arm. rather irritably inquired Judge Hunt " opera-house.- A number of years ago a rich man, as eccentric as he was benevolent, died ;in' Philadelphia, ltmving a will, in which he laid a solemn injunction up on his children that so long as they lived they should see tho old year out and the new in at tho foot of his coffin. The children are scattered through many States, from Vermont Cld"Nebraska but they never violato their father a injunction, and last bat- urday, a few minutes before midnight they assembled, as usual, m the tarn-ilvault in Laurel Hill Cemetery. Four of those upon whom this grim necessity was laid are dead and the survivors constitute a strange and , mournful group as they carry out 'their father's solemn behest. y ot man who had been waiting al the Judge's chamders all day, with a license in one hand and a woman in tho other. "Well, Judge," said the bridegroom, with a cautions wink, as be leaned over and whispered in the Court's 'ear, "you see women are so condemned onsartain nowadays, that I thought I'd just opeu an account where I might get credit iu case I should have to have a divorce some timo when buisness was bad. Bishop Bloomfield, who has been a widower and bad several children, married a second time a widow with a family. Ono day he asked a country clergyman to dine with him, telling him, "you will only meet our family party." The clergyman found Cured, A New Man Dvsi'H-sia much larger number assembled iu Hartwell, Ga., Feb. 10, 1881. I want to the drawing-roothan he had antici say a eooi word for Uronn'ri Iron flitter. pated, and was introduced by the I am about silly year, of ;; have Bishop thus: "Theso are mine, those railroad, and tiewr'ia'Kr work to are hers, and those aro ours. and Tariou tlo. 1 hare been taking im ware-hom- e, other kindt of whl'ky bluer to give wean and the only appetite I sot wax -- co for drink". Iter. Mr. Anderson, the prrildinK rider for the illatrlct, atoniied with me not long ago, auflerliia dieadfully I got him Drown' Iron with Bitten. They cured him After he left, I concluded to take that remaining in the bottle, and I amr you it ha made a new man out of me. I hare no dealre for 1 could ibeli eit a pair of rice. oMtbyojij.aiid.iljs. eat tlieiu a ejail jr (Front the Hon. J. II. HeiiMjn, Hart Co., ailite, Dr. IHIm liar, had a comultation with the other Qa, field Surgeons with a flew of prmerjting their claim for Mr vice to Con gre. It ! understood that Dr. BIIa will k for $50,000 for blmaelf, $W,000 for 8,000 for Agnew, $25,000 for Hamilton, Iterburn, $1,000 for lloynton and Kdinn il;ii!.. f numo,. Woodward and llirnea being officer of the United State, cannot receive direct recompense, and will be pro each, a motd. 1 The Atlanta (Oa.) Eipoalllon buildfor $25,000 by T. II. ing ha been . Oa) Itice and It. II. Itlcliard, who will organ. ma Orajr halra are lioi.oraM, but few like --Vriie city of yidjuioi-J- , Va, Knerouti ize a joint stock company at once to fill the tliew. Clothu idem wllli Uie huca of ;oulli phyalcian machinery for manufacturwith leven building with remunerate ita b mini! Ayer'a Hair Vigor. ing cotton. tent fur each child vacoliiated. duralho fre I all aubrrllra In lb United And now comes President Arthur. Ualcn InYoura country fjratylo, aut,h, and truly, T EE F. HUFFMAN, bility. , State, or Canada. follow in His own party fear lest he The tolurae of Ih Xlanaln begin wltb th SprlnjSfld, Ohio. STANFORD. KY. Number for Jun and December of each year. SURCEON DENTIST, and draw the lootsteps of Grant, Whennollindeapcelned, II will I underelood have had In llrarr now for Gkktlxuix: that lb aubacrlber wlehe UWln with lb curapeni a uoiiar lur Theatrical Manarera and all concerned are In- rent number HT A IV li'o 11 T . 1C V. about him a spotted Cabinet raoro in- oter two TCura. and hae notlook nearly aa food a, palra on them, and thty new Hall, which, formed that thla handaora act ol Majailne, eemprle-l- n A Onmplel had buggle of aereral ether South aid tent upon despoiling tho Treasury and new. liarand And non ao good aa the Coluntbua Office Mytra Holt). Main Street, two doora abora pronounced by Judjea to U on of Hi CJ eolumea. In neat cloth blndln(, will be Mat the by eiprru, frrliht at eipene of purcbaaer, on hon- Buicgy company ougiiea. appropriating public lands than rurNltroua Olid Oaa admlnlalerad when retolum. HJnd loloaae, T. K. llaOADXAN, ! mall, ef 12 Jiper 00. Cloth caiee, far blndlnr, by quired. W pualpald, Id estly administering Government for Conyera, Qeorjla. rente by ruall, poet. paid. Index la Ilarper'a Macailne. Alphabetical. Ana. In lb Slate, la open lor eocaiemenla. Ita acinery Thabucilm I hare had of your interests of the country. nxTitim: the best and other appurtenance are nw, and Ih former lyllral, and Clualfled, lor Volume ItotO, maoufactur Bare niton rue entire aalla faction ol., I,, Irom June, IMO, lo June, I MO, on conaUta ot There is some anticipation that the They are the beat 1 haToerer uaed fur the aame Clolb.ll 0O. money. Youra truly, Srmi! amount of abenld b mad Ilemlltance 1). Llreryman. Centro Door Fancy Chamber, a For Money Order or lraft, t atold chancby ol loa. President will call into his Cabinet Joplln, Hljvmrl. TWO WEEKS 1 WILL UK IN BTAJJKOI.D est, Mountain Fats, Kitchen with waptir er not lo copy thla adTerlleement one Aaron A. Sargent, who in Conof each month, from Brt Monday, and In Lancaa-tol Harper A llrethera. (lENTLKMia: I haee len connected wlih the each month Irmu third Nomlay two weeka of Practical Door and Window, a Ho- without thetpreM order IIAHl'KIt llltOTIIEIl.i. Addrraa, so badly that his con manufaclureofand dealing In bucxlre fur Sfteen gress behaved Office In M Aopu llotei.oeer.Mailin'iy a run a N.w Yrk, year. Your work dor net look like moat factory rizon, a Street and a Practical wood, stituents in California burned him in work, but la mioolhly Bnlihcd In ureil InIron, alor. M.4'. MOHI11N, I). Bridge and Mountain Pan. the Material palming and lrlminlieffigy; himself the most notorious Cnlumbua lluwy Company' bunlea baa prof cd to be of lb beat. They run llbt. Kerry on In KOItClB W. ItOHUITT, 1S8J3. ever sent thla county who hats bought your bunlea are railroader and the beat of utlafacilon. PaciGo coast to Washington. well pleated, they aleetruly, trom the Youra AndcomlortaUe !rree!ri; Ilnonie arealao Included. PEOPLE. HARPER'S E. E. Watt. Alan.fera will take nolle that Jamestown Standard. Wincheetcr, Ilia. Ky. STANFORD. The Town Is in Easy and Close Access couple than A more I"l-lyWJGAKE1V, All Lualneo entruitd to litra promptly and r Br rail of Danrllle. Lebanon. Lancaster, ftlch.- An Illustrated Weekly 10 ofPages-Sa- lted attended to. LIndsey J. Hoagland, from Mr. and Mrs. to Boys and Girls Cwcrcapondenc with firatmond and Nxoereel. c.aaa cnianK avficiieu. 16 to 18 years of .age. Dealer for Lincoln and Garrard Oos. of Providence, could hardly be imagXV. P. WALTON, MnKer. ined. He is a white boy, his parents Vol. Ill Commoner NoTcmlirr 1, 1SS1 stating his age at 1G and her at 19, Now I th Kino to Sitb'Crlue. EDWARD H. FOX, Propr., while she is a negress of 25, and by Th Young l'eopl baa been Iron, the drll North. E,t Ornerof Alain aDd Third Etrrtla, Slalii KtM Stanton!, ICy. V. Ktenlng no means a prepossessing specimen of beyond aiMlclpalloo.- -5 It ha a dtatlnct purine lo which It eieadlly - KENTUCKY ONLY her race. They eloped, and were DANVILLE. nanielr, that of eupplanllng the tlcloua A YEAR. adhere lor th yung with a paper more attracll,, rara married by a negro preacher. The JOHN DINWIDDIE.PRO'R. aa well aa more whoreeouie- ,- (lloaton Journal. flaring reitMly reSlte.1 my ronina with all of the For neatneaa, elegaocw of engrarlag aad conThe circulation ol thla popular newepaiwr I, emeou, I now har tho have had him armodern luipro? husband's parents cunatantty Incrra.lrg II contalna all Ih leading tent generally. It la uneurpaieed by any publicath kln.1 rested on a charge of vagrancy, in the OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 Finest Callrrjr In Crnlral Kentucky! new of lb Dally Herald and la arranged In handy tion ot tlaaett. yet brought loour nolle. department. The Ha weekly tlilta ara eagerly looke.1 for, not ooly roaauix xcvra hope of separating him permanently When you elalt Dantllle. don't tall to tall and e embrace apeclal dUpatchea from all quarter of by Ih children, but aleoby parent wax ar Reaprctrully, aad Ui pro, Ue pure literature for their Ctrl glob. Under the head of from his wife, but he declares that he BOARD, 2.00 PERDAY. me. boy .Chtlatlan Adtorale, lIufT.lo, N. Y. AuaaicAa ma, EOH'AHII II FOX, A weekly paper forchlldreu which threat, need areglren the Telegraphic Ucepatthea from all the earliest will return to her at not feer to let their children read at th family fhetngrapher Ky Ueologlcal Surrey partaot Iheunion, ini leatura aione niaaea Special Accommodation to Commercial Breelde. lllartford Pally Time. ma wly iiaaaLD Jual th paper la take th eye and aarur Ih atTravelers. world, aa It la the moat ealuabi cnrouldelu the Union. tention of Ih bora and the cheareat. Krerr weea la alien a faithful re One Sunday evening a Taaaa. Ilarper'a Youog I'eoi.l icr year, pvi- port of gROWHfc age prepaid, SI.SO. "Injle nuruUra, 4 cla. ca,h. POLITICAL OKI Transferred Free of Charge revivalist preached from the text, Baggage The llound Volume 'or 1M1 will b reedr earlr embracing roruplete and comprehend? dl, patch- t . U kl..l. l.al...lln.a C..II nA.anr Iks In ho, ember. 1'rlc IJ, rawtag rrepld. Ooeer " Saul, Saul, why persecutest thou I hare recently taken charge of this house anewheaof eminent polltlclanaon the queatlonaol for the Young l'rople for IUI, Ji tenta; poeUgr, IS centa additional. hour. c MonMe?" In the audience there was an and intend to have ahould be mad by Kemlttaoce tui rata rEraTuaT ey Order or Draft, lo aeold chance of low. accommodations. Ih Weekly Herald gleea the lateat aa .ell of engineer named Saul, accompanied by New, paper ar not tu copy thla dfrrtlarmea tha ruoat Practical autaeatloua and dlecoeerle re g without lb eapreaa order ot Ilariwr A llrothera lating lo ilia dullea of the firmer, hlnu for his wife and little girl. The reverend IIAKI'CIt A HltOTll l.ltS, New York cattle, poultry, gralne, tree, eegetablea, Ac, Ad.lree Ac., wltlieugeatlooe fur keeping bulldlnga and gentleman repeated his text several auppleinented farming utentlla In repair. Tula la by a department, widely copied, untimes, " Saul, Saul, why persecutest der tha bead of PEOPLE WHO HEAD ! STANFORD. KY. thou Me T" At last, the daughter of THE II0UK, Y'our attention la Invited, to glf Ing reca lor practical dUhea, biota fur mak Saul, thinking that the text had a E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr. Ing clothing and lor keeping up with the lateat cookU ahlona at lb lowcat prlc. htery Item of Greatest Nowsimpcr personal application, looked up into ing or economy auggeeltd In thla department la The radically Ireted byaxpert Ufire publication, face of her father and said, This Old and Woll - Known the etlera from our l'arla and London correepond-cnIn th Weal. Th rival of any In America, on tha Terr lateat faahlona. Th Horn Hotol Still Maintains its Don't mind him, father, he's been ol th Weekly Herald will aara th High Reputation, houaewlfeuorr than on hundred timet the price drinking." of lb paper. The In tercel, of AND T AkiLtatinao ar looked after, and cierytblng relatlcg lo me. Expectancy of Life. Liio in- Its Proprietor is Determined that chanlc aud labor aailng la carefully recorded Shall be Second to no Country it s ikon nrrrnits nro There la a page deeoted to all th lateat phaeeaof nnoA-surance companies have, by the dote of th world la In Hotel in the State in its Pare, the bualneaa market,, crone, uiercbandlee. Ac Ac. very Ita column tha nw Ita two tbouiand glf en a certain euro for nil diseases day In th year Appointments, or AttenA valuable feature I, found lu thcipeclally report- study of vital statistics, come to the located In every aeetlon ol thla country requiring a complete tonic t oa prior ana conau iona oi tion to Comfort of and Europe, ara th moat rellabl UABKKTa following conclusions as to what may TliaraODUCE bad, and th hlatory of each day'a event) their Quests. 8iortlng nawaat home and abroad, together. to bebe Wnnt of Appetite, lo tha faith fully recorded aod mittcnt of bo expected of the continuance wltnaatorr ery week, aaeruon by aoiu emi- will through lha Enquirer, IreprnMnteddlatorllon Iroia public of Unci-jry- , nent divln, literary, muilcal, dramatic, perienaj orprejudlce. thedepot Xiosa or StrciiKtli, "111 t coarcyed to aad from Bar t 1 year old may world life: A person and aea Jiolca. There la uo paer la th etc. I'nrlclicH tho blood, gtrcrtRtli fre af chart. Special accommodatloat to The province ol a new, paper i, to record facta, which contalna aa much new, matter etery week to Commercial Trarelere. The liar will b truth from falechoud. How well the ens tho muscles, and Riven new to live 39 years longer; of 10 aa tha Weekly Herald, which la aent, poalag free, to aeparat alway iannUed with tk chalreat Enquirer baa aucceeded In thl) duty, w feel a You can aubacrlb at any Urn. for on dollar Ilfb to tho ncrvcrt. Acta UUo a braadifLlgaoraaad Cliara. Aa It) nle and p),t pardonable pride In years, 51; of 20 years, 41; of 30 years, o The New York Herald, In a weekly form, ttf record for evidence ofreferring tonnd thoroughneaa organs, axcelleat l.lrerr la attachtS. II ability charm on lho a year. Addreaa HKW YOllk. lit.HAUU, ; symptoms, removing nil of 40 years, 28; of 50 years, 21; Uroalway and Ann ttrcet, New York In preeenllng all matter, treated upon In their tru light. Hticli n ttihthiK tho fiiotl, llclchlnrr, Thpeoplof thl, age require a paper fully of CO years, 14; of 70 years, 9; of 80 In enlerprlae, and abreaal of tha lime,, Ilcut in tho Btomnch, Ileartliurn, . material advancement In all mercantile and polityears, 4. etc. Tho only Iron Preparation BLUE-ORA8ROUTE." ical Intereala; auch will tha Enquirer contlnua to that will not blacken lho teeth or Harlnj opened a l'urchailnj Agency In lx. Candor and falrurae will be accordiel to all A Deadwood man saw auothor quettluna and partlea, but lb fact) ahall never be Ky..l am prepared by my aanerlenc and Rlvo lienilmho. Sold by all J)tni per verted, connection with Ih leading liouee of the city Kitri nt $1.00 a bottle. reach for his hip pocket, thought the IDC immcuiai luiure uaa iu eivre maiiera i IinOWJf CIIR3I1CAI, CO. ravalnteieel lo all, and the general welfare will revolver on To iMircIiiino DroHH OooiIr, fellow meant to draw a argely uepcua upuu in innuenc oi inoe woo Hnltiiuoro, Sid. refullr converaaut ellh fact occurring and lo Ir, him, so shot him dead. Then he rill.r. are ..!. r ranwa feline me in id policy viNew covernmeni put periiai- -- THE MOST DE3IKABLE ItOUTK T- OG.all.arcrwMtr4l.aful ir.4ea.wk Mafaeet, moat adrantageoua term,. by lha Adinlnlatrallon waa fait found that the man was about to draw For my patron,, on tit CCWARE OF IMITATIONS. wlnnlug the confidence of th jeople, when th band of lha Aeeaula placed Ilia control ol affair) DRESSES MADE TO ORDER a flask to treat, and much regretted In tha band, of a faction whoa leader have not at All orall time) received favorable crltlclania tor their his hasty act. But he remarked that Ily the moat Kaiulonalle and prompt altenllon, llcy 1, lo be.wlll nubile acta. What th futura der will rrcelt carclul le foreahadowed by the firat year of I'rraldant wishes ot tho deceased should Coiumlaalon, fj ier ccill. rattle drilrlDg tho last TIIEONLYLINEItUNNINO aend uoataitr. Arlhur'a aJruliiliiratlou, and preaentxl to th or Infurmallun ahould A.)UV2, NJ3WHV, public, without fear or favor, lu tha column, of bo carried out, so he took a drink MINN M. I.OI1AN. 120 Wcet Chcetnul bt., Loularlllr, Ky. GOOD, CIIEAI' I FREE OARS tho Enquirer WEEKLY EDITION from the Uask. THE ltrferencee: IUt. IVu Helm, Carrollloti, Ky., (If tha Enquirer ought to I In tha lunda of every Dudley H. Iteynelde, Lflulerllle; K. U Logan, BETWEEN Povertv is uncomfortable, as I can Dr.(he W. 1'. Walton. Weekly Courier-Journa- l. Loulerllle; farmer, every mechanic and every toller In tha uf Aaau agricultural paper, Clnolnitittl. land and lellablt Information. Itfull oflrrab, valtestify ; but uino time) nut of ten the elllor iNTKKKtaJuuaMAL, Htanlurd, Iter 1tleu. O Tioxliiutou will b without Barnee, Uiang-llt- t uable haa been A corn, of bet thing that can happen to a young (Ilenrr reputation. TIME TABLE, IN EFKEOf MABCII 15, 1H- H- a rival.practical and contributor) knowledg retained Tiu CouaiaJouaAt. .,... K.ntnr.t la. bv elrrulatlon and Wnlr. in all whoae Ibroretlcal farm lug la uniurpaeerd. man is to bo tossed overboard and Scotch Sulvc! the acknowledged llrprti'itlalivt Ktvt)iar ot IhIt W thank our reader for that liberal aupport Taluabla nawtpapcr, South. Ala reliable and 7. SO a u 7.15 p ui that haa enabled ua tu print tba beat newapapcr In compelled to link or owitu fur himself. In lb world, Lve. Lexlngtcin Ibl country : If uaed at once on a cut, ha no urlor In algoroua warouorTrotccllr Tar- am 12,30pm tha Wcet, and )ak a eoutluueuceof th earn and Mayevllle.... .......... llma.Mcarneit. will tireernl a callua. a u S.na p ru youraalai)nraln making known the merit) of th I never knew av " l'arla... In all ray acquaintances centa; full ID lloblwry and aiarinon Trial boi, .Ham :40 p m paper aod intreaalog ID field of uaefulDree, ' Cynlhtana blight lb proeperlty aud uoralllyof lha United lie, 7Sienla. for aal IU.M a u, 4.M p tu . be drowned who was worth " Falmouth a man to and neway. contalna tha ky IVnny A McAlliicr State. It la able, bright moal complete tuniiuary Arr. Cincinnati Il'4' am1 8.30 piu TE11M8 OF BUIISCIiTTtiON TO WEEKLY EN. tli James A. Garfeld. Krferriirrn 4'ro. alrongeat edllorl.U,world, Ihabeal telegraphic aud tho wving. LJUIllEll eltbetiewaof the V.tJIveiia.H. full turf and atock 1ma Lcxlngtou at 4.M p. ni and arrive at Maya- - One copy, one year Hen I ulinnkn. general ll 19 report a, balilon rerta, laluiag a Uat leave) Frra 1'arlur Car vllleS.13 p. in. Ou copy, ill mouth, When Talraago lays; "Oh! non. H. (JUfiin, Dr. Nlrclc Hnllcy, aud otbera. U rtnone. anleiidld orlic'nal aerial atorle and novel- and Leilu.tou at 2:13 p. iu. p. leave ellea, iKMtry, deiliueul for children, anawer to 'i u. Cincinnati al V. I. AI.UH1UIIT. I alwcur Klilula. eiiae !" he is meaning to swear junt as suuscuirnoN hates fou the daily en wu..., ...,. ;", oorrraioiiuviiia. eir., vic , iii quut i:hi la male Ita delight to lb family clril. and much as any man who says "damIbauanol buahicaa, lb termer, lb Cloa cotiDKllon mad InCloclnoatl for all polnta g mo. mo. year FOR KENT mechanic, and Ih laborer,full and Wcat. b'peclal rale to Emigrant). Sunday and Dally.. I11.60 Sua, 17,00 one mean' to swear. STOHK-ltOO- M mit." Fact is. no premium Nortb.Eaal 13.15 f 14 00 HpMlmcniople and place lor a at anyouaon Aaklba Agent tba Hi Dally.ric'pt Sunday. l.?S 4.00 S?3 IJOO clrculara wllli tent fre of charge lo The idea is to forciblv express "Mue draw Itoule." tlmcfolder ol free. I.TI Any Ihrr day ...... U lirnia. IMialac .00 aniilte.tlon. IU tl front MayavllUand Leilugton I offer fr rent, for lb balance of thla year, Ih ...., L.e ll.llv. ttti Hund ar. 1.': Weealr, 11.60, 4 thought. Auy two daja. 1,M 4.0U J auld at J. V. Darla. lu elaufurd, If tot . n .n. ..,.,ll.,ir l.,iie .eerie aubacrlbera and ala For rate on reduced rate). and wealero 2S 1,2 Anyond,y. U 2.00 huuaehold guode mi i enwill rent It al auction oa reiitrd pilralily berure, rU) a, Her-er'- Icirlrraly My that your uumIm cannot l 0PEUA HOUSE! llarper'e Kranklln (51 Kumbera).,.. tuar Library, On year -- . 10 00 Most Complete iNOTIOB !.. Inelu-alr- e, l'oil-Off- er 46J-- - land-grabbe- r G CONSTABLE, l TXToxv DtPio no GEO. D. care-lul- ly IP ST.ASAPHHOTEL Excelsior Art Rooms N.Y.Wooklyllorald. SI lt. 1,1111a-bur- ana-lo- 4Cl-- tf well-know- first-cla- ss IRON Poet-om- rale-In- MYERS HOTEL, vsm d BITTERS U corree-punde- c Purclhisiiig Agency. Louie-tlll- S e, I LR.H. a. THE NEWSPAPER CINCINNATI! PARLOR aim-pl- k.r(r-Joun.- a, (49S-4- "l roijjainy-iwoein.in- .......- ..... branchi-aofgoo- d 'K.iXSSSf I. above-nam- - toClu-rluua- Slorr-Kc- Qounty 7.14 0u,t day lu Jebruary, dollar,, will j. r. uovkk, Oood. Truite ball!l"l ., dieea. 'Addrea W lo an extra copy ol lb one y"r.".rS.T'. K1' " IIALUKMAM, N J. L. l'twldeutCourler-JourualOu- LouUrllle, Ky, CIIAo. A. IIAdLETr, Den. Emigration Agt., Covington, Ky, JAMES C. ERNST, U'. 1'. & T, A. Sunday FAilAN A McLEAN, I'ubllahar,, SitclmrucoplM frca. UsclntiaU.Onlo , iuu.. J5 a 1,23 2.0U