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STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY Smallpot. She fetched Him. o Women sometimes havo great of mind. A jailer's wifo saw that a prisoner had got between her husband and tho unlocked door and was going for it like a Scotch (errier for a rat hole. Sho know she hadn't the strength to ceizo and hold hlin, and besides ho had a knife, so sho didn't try. But sho stepped into a sido corridor near tho head of a flight of stairs the prisoner had to descend, yanked off her ho.ipskirt, and, as ho passed, flung it before him. Tho way ho turned handsprings and somersaults down these stairs was a caution to cats, and his frantic struggles after ho reached tho bottom would havo attracted folks from a dog fight. When tho jailer carao up, the fellow had got so entangled that ho was absolutely helpless, was doubled up in terribly uncomfortablo ways and was choking to death, and so completely wound up that the jailer had to cut him out with a hatchet, and it took half a yard of court plastor and a pint of arnica to make him at all comfortaBoston Post. ble. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 10. interior journal . - Cihtor W. T. P. WALTON, R, WALTON, - - ami Proprietor. Manager. .. Business suimckiition, $2.$a 1'hic annum, Invauiahlv in Advanck. 4- TO.DAT AND Though aliailawa rolw lli Vr An J lurm oar Joy to aorrow, Yatatl tha cloud will l.reak away Anil htlnf Ids tun bftnarro. ), Then vhf ahoulil ai.y one lank tlrpartnl, Anil rooutn tJi Wn"f n Jul Wyond u, f jm r l.l, hi From which th Iraraara atartnl. Tliua In imraVtrlnf of J tin. May mM iltf of Mrrow, lirln no If in, tlut a an thU Ko Joy will mm Atfllirarfa mVj wldi fctUa peaata, To hwa thai had lan titan, Ytt t will htlnj in trlghtpr boura, In thouihla of ml and linnn. nl thf lif )rigw, jja abl kcpooioaalaalrwi 'Coq'kVf, Than aural our happlnaaa i Thlljontnaa coralttflha Arfj atllllo biptrul nil Jaf Whatatcr may Wfall ua. ami ara pail, And anjel. honia abatl rail til. tail' ' ttttllk : Slating. Jauai'tou Slrlch-rlill- Mo'lhar, may t p dawn to aialaf Yra, to J Jarlloj Julia, II u I don't jau try I ha tifaia I, l'ei It will luraly fool ou. mala th lightning wlilil Toahow jour aprlnir rouarlt, r Tha bo J a will aro a loollah on ) j hir luitla. Sqvelch Him. A. now "crank," ai ho styles him-sel- f, arrived In tho ctym His name ii Pilchcr, and Iio haili from an interior Kentucky hamlet called Nich olasvillc. In reality this individual ia Fresh, tho American, tho seventh on of tho seven tli eon of Awful Qall, tho father of Cheek. Hrothcr Pilch-c- r come with tho Avowed intention of clirabln g tho ipino of lira, Uarncs, tho clerical crank from tho mountains, lie Bays that lUrnrt is a fraud, sham, an impostor, and that ho (Pilchcr) fcelt it his bounden duty to tho public to expose tho father of tho faith euro, to show him up iu his truo light, as it were, and rid the people of a dangerTo do this thing, ous hypocrite Fresh, tho American, considers it no cemry" to publish a paper called tho "Crunk," and ho promises that a journal of that sort shall Iks iisued next Monday, from the office of Slrdtct. It will be sold ujwn tho Btrects, and right down In tho bottom of his heart Mr. Fresh thiuks, liko Mulberry Sellers, that 'tliero'a'milliona in it." Pilchcr, alias Fresh, is not a crunk, as ho wants tho politic to bclicvo ho is. He is rather a weak minded, spindle shanked, red headed little Tittlebat Titmouse, sighing for notoriety ami seeking therewith to rnalo enough money tp keep himself pern,taratiy before tho public. Iu a published interview recently, aud in a conversation yesterday with an Anjut man, he expressed the opinion that Barnes is doing what ho is only far tho sake of notoriety. That may all be true, and tho Argus doesn't doubt that it is, but suppose Dames is trying to gam nolo riety, what is this ambitious kidling trying to do? He seeks notoriety far more than Ikrncs. lie is pining fur a. little cheap celebrity. He is dying to have tho public say: "Pilchcr, of Nicholaavillo, is tho man who cxjwscd Barnes, tho evangelist! Ho is a smart fellow. There ho goes, look at hind" But tho public will never say thU of Pilcher. Ho is not a smart fellow. Barnes may bo a crank, but ho has nioro souso in tho end of his littlo finger thauUhis ruraliitic smart Aleck Sunhas in his wholo vcoinpostion day Artjus. . baa A Senator kuown . for his judicial anu moderate temperament, said hut night that in his opinion both parties were going all to pieces. "While," said ho, "tho Senators speak much mora hatefully of one another within theirowirparty line than they do of their opponents, I havo never seen u timo when there was so little etjirit du coris. Tho fact tVihcro are aro no distiuctivo principles loft to cither party r' Politics havo degenerated into mere poroonal intrigues. If tho South breaks up. ns now seems likely, it will lio impossible to keep tho two parties, together much longer. N. V. l'veiiing Posl,' Jan. 0th, If wo nere cnllod iinoo-tdesignate a name that convoys u meaning inoro dishonorable than dishonor, tuoro than depravity, more imfiiin-ou- s thuu infamy a namo that, pro nounced in heaven, would thrill tho celestial hosts with horror; that utter-ed-'oea'rth, would fill mankind with loathing; that, spoken In hell, would cause every devil in tho infernal regions to blush with shame tho name would 'bo' s8tophoufi. Burbridgo. Breckinridge News. o n w - ukaso has had nbout as much effect as a pebble It throw up dropped in a little Republican spray, a harmless wave circled out a few yards and disappeared, leaving the Independent . a a Shaving in Old Timks. Shaving, movement as motionless as a painted in the olden days, was a lengthy op ship on a painted ocean. Kentucky eration, and English barbers devised Mahones die in tho borning. various methods of amusing their cus- urnal. ama tomers whilo awaiting their turn. Statistics furnished by the SuperinThey generally provided somo musical tendent of tho Census of 1880 show instrument, such as a guitar or zith- - that tho nativo population of New ern. Iu old pictures tho shaving basin York city is 727,629 and tho foreign-bor- n fitted into tho chin. Until a recent population 478. G70. Ireland !eriod barbers we re wo'ut to bleed a heads the list of foreign-borresidents patient, and oven extract teeth. In with 198,595, Germany coming next London the familiar barber's polo, with 153,482. Of tho native populawith its red spiral coil of color, is a tion 18,952 nre colored. reminiscence of tho stafT the surgeon This is the season of the year when gave his customer to grasp while he the mince pie comes to town, and tho was being bled. The tapoor bahdago citizen comes down after dinner trywas twisted around tho pole,"" (vhich, of a holwhcji not in use, was placed outsido ing to pry a raison seed out low tooth with a buck skin mitten, tho door. This staff was bv.order left and ho ste ps in a drug storo and oroutside a surgeon's door as a sign of ders .another box of thoso powders for his profession, and for convenience tho Pecks Sun, indigestion. painted polo was substituted as a sign, i Ima and tho right to uso it was extended A fashion paper tells lis that silken to barbers nbout the year 170Q.. hosiery is now all the rago in Paris, and of That Hank OAsmnit. "Trust our "with insertions portraits of point lace." Fancy glancCashiorl" said tho Bank Director; youcjady-love'- s stockings and "why, 1'vo absoluto confidence in him, ing at fiudiugtho portrait of somo other doesn't belong to the church, II " fellow. doesn't teach n Suudny-sclioo- l class, Tho abundauce of herring ova isn't even a temperance man. Thero's a Cashier you can rely on. He's a spawned upon the coast of Labrador man who likes, abovn all things, to go has been reported by a trustworthy fiihincr. and Sunday you'll find him observer to bo so great tint he has starting out with his polo anda'bottlo seen the shore covered with it to the of whisky, and he vents his propen- depth of two foet for several miles. sity for wickedness by lying about Fifty-fou- r niilliou yards of cotton what ho catches "Boston Post. and woolen goods, or enough to wind Col. mid-ocoa- My Fiubnm I know how vain it to gild a grief with word, and yet I wih to tnko from overy gravo its fear. Hero in this world, whero life and death aro rqiial king, nil should ho bravo enough to moot all tho dead havo met. The future has been filled with fear, stained and polluted by tho hertlea pat. From tho wondrous trro of lilo tho buds and blossoms fall with ripened fruit, and in the common IkmI of earth patriarchs and babes sleep aide by side. Why should wo fear that which will come to nil that is ? Wo can not fell. We do not know which is the greatest ' blessing, life or death. Wo can not say that death Is not ns good. Wo do not know whether the gravo Is the end of this lifo vr tho door of another, or whether the night hero is not somewhere else a dawn. Neither can iwo tell which is nioro fortunate tho child dying In its mother's arms, before its lips havo learned to form a word, or ho who journeys all tho length of lifo's uneven road, painfully taking tho Inst slow steps with stall and crutch. Every cradle asks us "wheuco?" and ovory cofiiu "whither?" Tho poor barbarian weeping above his dead can answer the question as intelligently and satisfactorily as tho robed priest of tho most authentic creed. The fearful ignoranco of tho ono is just as consoling as tho learned and unmeaning words of tho other. No man standing whero the horizon of life has touched a gravo has any right to prophesy a futuro filled with pain and tears. It may be that death gives all there is of worth to life. If those who press and strain against our hearts could never die, perhaps that love would wither from tho earth. May bo a common faith treads from out tho paths between our hearts tho weeds of selfishness and hate; and I should rather livoand love whore Denth is King, than havo eternal life nhero love is not. Another lifo is naught unless wo know and lovo again tho ones who love us hero. " Thoy who stand with breaking hearts arojud this gravo need havo no fear. Tho large and the noblo faith in all that is to be, tells us that death, oveu at its worst, is only perfect rest. Wu know that through tho common wants of life the needs and duties of each hour their grief will leiscn day by day until at last this gtavo will be to them n place of rest and peaco almost of joy. Thero is for them this consolation: Tho dead do not suffer. It thoy livo again, their lives will bo surely as good as ours. We have no fear; we arc all children of the samo mother, and the samo fa to awaits m nil. We, too, havo our religion, and it is this: Help for tho living, hope for the dead. l this fenrful malady was tho ecourgo of all countries. Only a few generations aluce it was so prevalent and fatal that nnn in six of tho wholo population of the civilized world died from it; but tho great discovery was mado that tho human could bo protected against tho ravages of this malady, and an enormous experienco of tho usefulness of that discovery has proved its great valuo and almost stamped out tho disease. In tlioso countries where vaccination has been most fully practiced, stnnll-pois nlmost unknown. That societies should neglect so efficient a precaution against so loathsome and dangerous a diseaso can be attributed only to tho fact that tho protection of vaccination has been so complete that thero is not enough knowledge of the horrors of smallpox left iu the popular thought to stimulate men to guard themselves and their families against it. We aro in a fair way to know more about it, since thero is now smallpox in sixteen States, aud a new ays-terx Formerly There aro several marked peculiari- FALL ties and coincidences in tho year 1882. It you add the first two figures together tho sum is 0; if you add tho last two Notice to tho People of Stanford and Vicinity. tho sum will Ira 10. Then if you add t HAVE Ji;TltF.CIvl VKO AND OrF.NED tho last two sums together tho result THE CHOICEST STOCK EVER BROUGHT ON I will be 19. Now, if you divide tho It haaWn wllh tar, ami toinprlwa tha lxt In the market. You wilt And TrYthln that a flnt.i la Merchant Tailor ought to hare. Tha Block comnrlaea third figure by tho fourth you will have ClnlliH, fitKHlmcrrs DlHRfiimlft Hiula I.nrgo Heleclloi of vVorw 4. The fourth figuro in the year is 2, (cflHfroiu the IlwtiMiiiiiiritctorlcHorFriiiicCKiiiIEiiKlHiul. I.AHT HUT NOT I.KA8T, A OI'I.KNDID LINE OF TntMMIN08. and two times I is 8. See ? Then if you add together tho first and lost Cutting and Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. you have 3 ; and three times 2 is Thankful for put farora, 1 hop, by strict attention to luilnaaa, to merit a contlnnanca of tha Sana, 0. Now, then : G times 8 is 48, and . 5 times 0 ii 30. So subtracting first figuro of tho year from the second you have 7; but if you subtract the Mantificturera ami Dealer In All KlnJa of third figure from the fourth you will have a lovely time explaining how you do it. But 7 in 11 you cau't, and twice 1 is 2, and once 2 is 2, too. MATTRESSES, CHAIRS, These interesting and instructive comSuits, &c. J1HH I ian tanK laaav H JaaaH "S binations of figures of this year maybe carried out by an ingenious person Xoh. O and 11 EitHt Pearl .Street, to an almost indefinite extent. O. ID WINTER OF fig-nr- II. ItUMiEY. F. STUKENBORG & BBO., Parlor FTJ35rITTJE,EII CINCINNATI, p a a Which is impulso will necessarily be given to the uso of the simple and efficient 0 mt m preventive. Prcsedcnt James Buchanan's elorhood was the result of a bach- foolish misunderstanding. While a success ful young lawyer iu Lancaster ho became engaged to a beautiful but somewhat domineering girl. Somo legal business sent hira into the neighboring county, whero ho remained for several days. When he returned ono evening ho found his ofiico filled with importunate clients, and tired and hungry as ho was he attended to their business. Then hurrying to tho home of tho angel of his dreams ho found it closed and dark. Next morning ho repeated tho the visit, and although ho saw Miss at the window, he was told by a servant that alio was not at home. He walked away and never approached the house again. Neither could subdue prido enough to make or seek an explanation. The young lady shortly, after died, and Mr. Buchanan never attempted to win an other woman. Tho Stanford 'Intkiuok Mhannkss of a Kich Man. One of tho smallest pieces of sharp practice we havo beard of lately was caught up by the Cashier of the National Bank. A farmer, iu good circumstances, had fur some time been in the habit of coming in and naking for a sheet of paper to writo a letter. After writing the letter ho would ask Mr. Andrews to give him an envelope and also address it to a certain party. This he did at various times. Andrews noticed that when the postoffico presented a bill thero were several extra stamps charged for. An investigation finally led to tho discovery that tho aforesaid farmer was in the habit of dropping the letters in without a stamp, and the card of the bank and the familiar handwriting of the Cashier caused the Postmaster to stamp the letters and present the bill to the bank for payment. Fiemingsburg (Ky.) Times. well-know- n well-know- n Females arc called the weaker, but why? If they aro not strong, who is? When men must wrap themselves up in thick garments, and encase the whole in a stout overcoat to keep out the cold, women iu thin silk cresses, say they are perfectly comfortahlel When men wear waterproof boots over woolen hose and encase the wholo r to keep them from iu freezing, women wear thin silk hose and cloth shoes,and pretend not to feel cold. When men cover their heads with furs, and then complain of the severity of tho weather, women hang an apology for a bonnet at the back of their heads, and ride or walk abroad in the northeast winds, professing not to suffer at all. India-rubbe- the Weaker Sex? YOU WILL MAVE 10 TO IS PEU CENT. ON A Mil ofjotula at our houae. French Dressing Case 8eta, Marble-Towiih Large Glass, At $45, S50, ?G0, 87G a Upwards. Bureau Sets, $20, $25, 830 and up. Parlor Suits Seven Pieces, Either in Hair, Cloth or Terry, At $30, $35, $40, $50 .t Upwards. Visitors to onr city aro respectfully invited to call and see our stock of goods, whetherthey wish to pur chase or not Noa. o A BJjaaaa.yi I Jr. TTtTyfFaaBBBBBBWwaaal Maj4 .Janas-Al- a aBBatfBaBafBBBaBaBaBBBal hear RKMHMDKn THE I'LACE, 11 Knat IVurl St., lower Klile, Main, Clncluuntl, Whin, aronisr OHTTiR.oia: -- cfc co WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS PIANOS AND ORGANS WEST FOURTH Journal, ono of the very best county papers in Kentucky, has been materially im Ita enterprising proved' recently. publisher has enlarged tho paper, which is now printed in quarto form, and it is gotten up in a style that reflects much credit on tho proprietor, as well as the town and county in which it is published. Hero's hoping its usefulness and prosperity may continue to increase. Auderson News. semi-weekl- mm ii. Mcllenry's i Courier-Jo- n -- a a t Tho editor of a Texas exchange says ha does not liko turkey; that if ho can't have 'possum to celebrate with he don't want any at all ; but his neighbors still continue to lock up their turkeys altor dark. Some peo-pl- o don't beliove everything they road ilia uewspaper. The editor, cau't play M'possum" on thorn that wa Texas Siftinga. a bandago arouud the earth; and then stretch a yard wide awning across the United States, were woven ia Lewis-ton- , Me., duriug 1881. WfLi.. Mr dsuah-teaijr, "How mucL better father Is sines he used Hop Hitters." He l getting well after LI long tuflering from a illteaw Incurable, and we are so i;lad that he uaed rour Hitters. A lady (u ltoches-teHerald! N. Y.-l- hlc n Father isObttino r, The following is recommended for M Music, Mi, ad .11 Kinds of Hnsicil Herch&.iH. Borax,half a drachm; camphor water, three ounces. The ST., CINCINNATI, O. NO. 66 above simple prescription is in common uso by the highest medical auGrand PIANOS, Square PIANOS, and Upright PIANOS, thorities. It makes a wash unexcelled for tho treatment of inflammation In Rosewood, Satinwood, Mahogony, French Waluut and Ebonized Cases, in elegant designs to correspond with any style of Furniture. of the eyes. In using it, lean the head back and drop throe drops in the Elegant Parlor Organs, Chanel Organs, Church Organs, It is one of tho sweetost tests of corner of each, and then open tho frcindsbip to tell your friend of his eyes and let it work in. Use it as With one Manual, with two Manuals and Pedals, containing the moat beau-tifti- l, powerful aud useful combinations ever procured faults. If you are angry with a man often as the eyes feel badly. in reed instruments. a w. a or hate him, it is not hard to go to "We find, on looking over the tab-- u him and stab him with words ; but so Wo invite the public attention to our large and well selected stock of lated returns, that of all recognized to love a man that you cannot bear to PIANOS and ORGANS, and our uncaualed facilities for furnishing inprofessions the one least liable to tho best class of instruments at low rates. We purchase for net cash in see the stain of sin upon him, and to sanity is that of literature. Accord- larger quantities than any other house in this city. The expenso of our speak painful truth through loving is far less than some housing to the returns thero are, this, year, PIANO and ORGAN Department words, that is friendship. But few We have reached lower 139,143 men and women engaged as es doing exclusively a Piano and Organ trade. have such friends. Our enemies usuprices than have been tendered by any dealers in this market, and guarantee editors, journalists, reporters, ally teach us what we ore, at the authors, all instruments as represented. We sell on easy monthly or quarterly paytranslators, or in other literary work. ments, and any instrument taken on trial, not proving as represented, may point of the sword. Out of these, twelve only are return- bo returned at our expense. We solicit correspondence with persons desirQuite a largo business has been done ed as lunatics." ing to purchase, and take pleasure in answering all inquiries. London Paper. in Maine the past season in the shipJOHN CHURCH & CO. The new wedlock association ought ment of young spruceAusMto Kansas. Trees from twelve to eighteen inches to pray for cold weather to make the ia height aro selected, packed iu hogs- matrimonial market lively. Matriheads or crates and fowarded by rail. mony seems very rose colored, but Llttla ha racka, who to marrlaga uplraa, ne spruce ta tound to take more Oltlmaa when hla maalaarnqulta alack, STANFORD, LANCASTER and HUST0NVILLE, Of ftttlnf upearljr and miking tha Area, kindly to tho soil and climate of KanDEALER IN feet with hla hack. Or, warmlsf told sas than any other evergreen, and Eranarllla Argu. a a Grain, Wool, Orchard Grasss and other Seeds, grows very rapidly, making efficient Two women called on a Maiuo denprotection against high winds. a tist simultaneously, one to have all The lato General John B. Houston her teeth extracted and the other only used to tell the following: "Bur- three. Tho deirtiat mistakenly put I f U"UUKjSyUJUfl bridgo had just examined a report in the latter under the influence of ether, the case of a Confederate prisoner, and aud reudeiul her toothless. A jury turning to his adjutant said : T can will estimate the damage. find nothing against this man. Have If Guitoau should bo acquitted, ev him released.' The adjutant replied : 'General you are forgetful ; that man ery man in the country who desires was shot two weeks Bgo by your or- thereafter to do a mean act will awear Savannah that he is "inspired." ders.'" Lexington Press. a a News. It will hardly be necessary Mr Gladstone i said to have one for him to swear to it. Lou. Dem. faculty in a great degree that of masi Young lady, (caressing a spaniel.) tering the contents of a book by glanci i g-- i i 3mc i I i i ing through its pages. It is claimed "I do love a nice dog." Dandy, (near hy.) Ah would I were a dog!" that ho can master any average book in a quarter of an hour. He has a Young lady (sharply.) "Never mind, sort of instinct which leads him you'll grow." straight to its salient points. Tho politician of tha Insect world is . a aJ j the flea. Ho is over itching for place, fasA new theory of tho end of disturbance, and you cination bf bird by snakes is that the creates no never know where to find him. birds mistakes the snako's tongue, which the reptile keeps in constant Mrs Livermore u lecturing ou motion, for a lively worm, and watchTho By of Today," who is in front es it with tho expectation of devour of tho church wattiu,; fur "Tho Com ing it ing Girl." (Daubury Naws. . ', , a a Tho whipping post bill was killed Are blacksmiths win live by forg by an appeal to prejudice. In tho ing, or carpenters who do a little couu barbaric days of yore prejudice was a uuy worsu than 'men who powerful engine, and it seems to still sell iron and steel? hold its power in the Kentucky LegA robber who wm seized fur rivaling Lou. Democrat. islature. snuff, said that he wai tut aware of At a masquerade: "Was it the any law that forbade a man to take aSrra-'1'1-'-'- 1 iT' loud beatiug of my heart, my darling, snuff. A.3ST3D that told you who I was dear?" mur The watchmaker cau't afford to do a mured he. "Oh,. no," she replied, "I Mower, cash business, liocauso he makes all ItcapcrK,(.ruin bulky IMowh, UrlllH, recognized your crooked legs." Wit uud Wishis profits on time. OultUHtorw, HurrowH,, iorii-Nliellera a Tkreaik- MruwUutU'i-NWhen you have a secret to commu dom. .. a a iiiK MachliicM Hud JUKiHen, nicate to a pair twins, bo sure you get Some are born rich, others achieve And other Implements and Machinery. We buy exoluiively from Manufacturer!, them together, for you will find it dif- riches, while others become bauk d direct, for cash, in lots, aud consequently obtain the largest discount and Goods a: Seasonable FricM lowest rates of freight. Our motto is t "first-clas- s ficult to tell them apart. Bioomingtou (III.) Eyo. cashiers. the 13 est is always the Cheapest." Bespeotfully, a a a. a i "a A coal fire is a great comfort, but a A joke is not sodurable as a church-bell- . GEO. D. WEAREN, Stanfoid.Ky. Denutmeg olteu suggest a grater. After told a few times it is worn Y. L. WITIIKN, UltKEX A UILLIAMH, troit Free Press. out. Mauaef Umaatvr Uuari UuitomUla DafaC inflamed eyes: GEO. D. WEAREN, l aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaKHNalf 1 :f j :fl -- w a o isr s. d .. BUGGIES Sclf-lIliitlorcar-loa- CABEIAGBS, h, n, IlHy-I'rwme- Huj-HhUc- C'orii-IMuutcr- ljl. ? & "UJ9W" i St jj-- j T? H Tun New York Legwlattue hat been trying for two or more weeks to organise, but owing to the fact that Kcllcy'a henchmen hold tho I alanco of jiowcr there is a dead lock, which Friday Morning, January 20, 1882 can only bo broken by tho Democrats allowing tho Republicans tho organiEDITOR WJJM ALTON, sation or paying tho Tammany men their price. The former is much pre"55 tTHAT premium for perjury, Iho ferable. Kelloy hai bcon dictating to "Test Oath," required of nil officers IhoNow York Democrats long enough, ui this Commonwealth, wns repealed and thcro should bo every means so fur as tho Houso could do it on adopted to force him into tho Repub Tuesday. It would bo well for tho lienn ranks wheroho properly belongs. Scnato to follow suit, for tho law has Tho Democracy will nover Ihj ablo to hnd no effect in stopping tho disrep-tifabl- o do anything there until ho and his practlco of buying votes cither spoils hunters aro entirely ignored. directly or indirectly, and tho very Scovhxk Is warming up to his men wh6so elections, wero bought eithHo says that Corkhill is at work. er with money or whisky, have been tho head of a conspiracy to hang Gui-tca- u the quickest to perjuro tlicir soul, by to shield tho real criminals who, securing that they used no such he charges, aro Grant, Conkling and We know a fcoro of men means. Arthur, each of whom is morally rewho have taken iho with, that will sponsible for the crime. He does not all eternity, nia-- t hi' trail through allow Conkling to shirk the unless they repent and flee from the intend to responsibility tor the assassin's act. error' of their war. i nor permit Grant to escape that conTllK majority report of the Kail-roa- d demnation to which he is so justly in showing that Commission, Hurrah for Scuville. He subjected. they are a very poorly paid set, ues can hold a hand with any of them. Hi is among other nrgurnenta for an inhas, including The Courier-Journcrease of salary: "The wear and tear $0,000 just paid for a new outfit nt of crton and clothing, to say nothing 840.000 tor improveof the risk of life, from traveling over type, spent over ments within the last six months. It all kinds of roads, and nt all seasons has no equal in point of speed or caof the year, are probably worth of New York, and there Well, that do beat all. pacity outside is no printing office there superior to We suggest to the Legislature to apis evidently on a boom, propriate a sum sufficient to get each it. Tho paper and fast attaining that liberal patron- of them a pair of leather breeche', as a rename with doublo soles pegged on to the aeo tbat its excellence and newsy paper deserves. sitting-dowpart, so that the tremenThe Legislature having passed a dous "wear and tear of clothing'' may law allowing mothers, who have had be in a measure avoided. peddle in the State of the saddest things connect- twelve children, to the Owensboro Pott free of license, ed with the horrible collision on tho is in raptures because of the huge .I ." Pse Hudson River R. It., an account of and sailors' which was given in our last issue, stride towards free trado rights. was tho killing of a young bride and LEGISLATIVE. groom who had just married at Bennington, Vt., and were on their wedThe bill permitting criminal to testiding tour. A few days before they fy in their own behalf, has passed the had started from homo flushed with Senate. A bill to incorporate the Rockcastle the bright prospects of life and happy Mining and Lumber Company has been in each other's love. Tuesday their offered in the Senate. mangled corpses wero taken back for A buncombe bill to prohibit railroads interment, and the ushers at the wed- from granting free passes to certain offiding acted as pall bearers at the fun- cials haa been introduced. eral. The bill Increasing the pay of juror, and allowing those who are held overnight There is ouly one man in Ken$1 additional is now a law. tucky as mean as Iiurbridge, and his Mr. Doneghy, of Boyle, has asked name is Wru. Cassius Goodloe. He leave to amend the charter of the Danendorses that inhuman fiend and adds, ville and Huatonville Turnpike. The House haa pasted a bill to pro"I feel now as I did then, that he was right. Instead of having too much hibit the sale of spirituous, vinous, or Burbridge, we did not have enough small liquors within one mile of ML 8a. Lincoln county. time." We cannot Beo how a man lem Church, in Senator Walton, true to the memory with a spark of honor could endorse of hia kinsman, Isaak, is for the most such a person, especially if half what stringent fish laws, and would make vioTom Green publishes of him is true. lations of them indictable offenses. The Senate haa pissed the IIousebill The Louisville Post says that if the to allow persons to fish with hook and line Democracy of Kentucky wants to re in Dix River and Hanging Fork, in Lin deem itself from the consequences of coln and Garrard counties, and the signaits many follies, it should elect Gen. ture of the Governor is all that is necessaWolford, Governor, and adds: This ry now to make it a law. A very sensible bill ia pending in the is the yell of a rebel for a man who fought against him, whom he does not House, and ought to past. It prevents any one from being a competent juror in know personally, but for whose record any court in this Commonwealth who Is and. character he has the highest ad- under indictment in this State or else miration. where, or who has been convicted of a ? Tnu small pox is raging to such an felony. Mr. Madden has offered a resolution extent in Richmond, Virginia, that looking to the removal of the Capitol from tho Legislature' has appointed a Frankfort. We admit that its present loCommittee to inquire into the advisa- cation i about as bad as it can be, but bility of abandoniug the city. The considering that it would coat several people of Richmond are to be congrat- millions of dollars to take it clseirhere,the ulated if they can trade the pestifer- people can stand it for a while any how. A bill to amend the law in regard to ous repudiators off so cheap). A stock killed by railroads has pasted the small-poscourge is far preferable to House. It changes the old law in this them. that the appraisement made is to be prima A Mil to grant Mr. Abrshsm Lincoln arrears of pension to the amount of $15,000 Is likely to become a law In a few W. H. Locke, tx postmaster at Ala., having been chanced with em. bettlentnt of government funds, shot and killed himself. The Malley Brothers, of Nw Haven, Conn., and Blanche Douglas have been indicted for the murder of Jennie Cramer, In August last. All of them have been In jail since the dreadful deed. The Cumberland river W"5 feel l Nashville, and an Immense amount of damage ia being done. A numlr of houses have been swept away, and raft innumerable have been carried oft Mr. Scovllle, QiilteanV brother and counsel, baa entered suit against the Chicago HeraU for hesvy damages for a publication accusing hi in of swindling a client out of several thousand dollars. Mr. McCord, of Iowa, introduced a bill in Congress, making the term of pre identlal electors four jests, and emower-in- g them to fill a vacancy In case of the deith of President and Vice President 0enlon, Scott Havden and John Calvert, boys, went to V. A. Montgomery's bouse and tried to scare him by tapping on the window, Montgomery waa frighted, and not seeing the boys, find a gun through the window, kltiing Havilcn Instantly, -- The mangled body of D. II Snillh, was found in a well near his hmne in Warns county, Iml , and fur mono limine horrible deed was wrtpped in mrste rv, but suspicion at last rested on hi wife ami two eons, who, upon being arres'vd, admitted their guilt, and are now in Jill Itexirta say that for a long time the old Indy and the boys have made his home a hell on earth to htm. Gen, Green Clay Smith, publishes the following: The veterans of the Mexican war are hereby notified that the Kentucky Association will meet in Lexington on the 22d of February next, at 0 o'clock, a. it. As to matters of transportation, board and other arrangements, you will please address Lieut. Jes WoodrnfT, Chairman of the local committee, Lexington, Ky. It it hoped every Mexican soldier will be present, and tbat our reunion will be a most pleasant one. Our comrades are rapidly passing away; let aa many of ut as can come together to exchange greetings before we die. The chief points in Townsend's bill to establish a uniform system of Bankruptcy, are the expense of registers is dispensed with; a history of the proceedings is kept at one place; responsibility for faithful and prompt proceedings In the settlement of estates is concentrated; the expenses attendant upon calling and holding creditors' meetings avoided; responsibility for the appointment of a receiver is with the judge; bankrupt estates can generally be liquidated and finally closed np within six or twelve months; the cost and expenses will not be much greater than an ordinary case of assignment. dj 1 In pile of Hit it. clement weather ami other dlidvaiilKo"clfcumtknco, th r transacted at the haa Urn mure pre-etrim ! Uiiirt than at sn ullier time f r i si tears past. f the lime the malt for At least this place dors not arrive until a day or a week after it ia due. two sometime Letters and packages addressed to all pills ol the United State. Canada and Ihe Territorial, arrive at Ihls office almost - dally. A letter started front this plare to- Stanford, seems to have about as much chance, and no more, tif striving at its destination aa a cork flung into ihe ocean at New York harbor, and led to ihe guidance o' the wind and waves, would have of arriving at Liverpool. The present atyle of the malls is becoming unbeatable, and there ought lo lie a remedy lor Ihe trouble Miss Ida Adams Is' AlioUT I'roi-I.Int line-halg tarfr..ii-1Jarant.TverVhan.imyou R0BT. S. LYTLE I fr . . . ....... .. . ... - . mw .. tl.iiit.1i sr. """' rail ar Ts.i N-s- CASET COUNTY. anil accomplished young lady from I.n- caster, ky.it at Ihe Joiilin llnnse.. Mrs. W O. Ilrsdley, of Lancaster, was here The town haa been full ol Wednesday, strangers for several days, meat n( them ns wltnrsses, or on other being present Among business conmc'ed with court the visiting attorneys Wednesday, were: tVATNE C0UNTT. Col. T. 7. Morrow. O II. Wadifl- -. J T. My, Somerset W. O Hradhy, It II. Montictlh. 8 Tomlinson, Lanca.ter, J W Alo-rIlorn to Mrs, Tennrasee, wife, of Jim. Jmliie 1WI, tendon, and II !'. Manchester W. Ilitmmutl, on the 15lh Inst., a daughCihciiit Cohut Notes. The jury In ter. va W. A. Mi M. P. SalleV residence Is situs the case of Ihe Commonwealth Owens, charged with the murder of Jamra led at ptesent upon a lake of considerable y Langtnrd, wa sulected Monday, the extent. This only occur, however, In heard, slid ar.iiiuriil finished Tues- liiiirsnf supershimdaiira nf rain. few After drlitirmiii- - lor onlv day -- Jno I' Hauflrv, who ha been an luotnriil', the jury returned a verdict nf fur two iiioiiih, I rapldlv contain,, "not guilty," nd ihe pnxn er was die ting, and will srcinpanr his mother l In dirclisixtu. Uwen was ablj Kisnford, as soon as ihe weather will Tl.r nmilinriit ol his permit. utioriirl leadiiiKciuiisl, Oil W O Bradley, a Thete ha been a considerable .t.ic prunounrrd hy ml thai heard ll, nne u ihe amongst our lumber men, lest Ihe Ixxuu In Mr. lira J ey ever most splendid effort We un the South Fork should vive wsy J lit- - millet wasnjtn riirprist'...... made. there are logs enough now In Ihe The case against Itobert Nunnelly fur derstand make over a million feel of lumboom murder was continued by ihe Common-wealt- ber. lo because of the absence of several We occasionally now, of a patri'the case against important witnesses has totten hi consent Individual Jaoic lianlv, for manslaughter, was called otic sacrifice hi lint eronal Interests to the Wednesday, and the testimony wa being to public welfare. Moat heard yesterday morning Istv is so far, are manifesting of them, however. dispositions lo be charged with killing Andrew lUksr, in in Ihe offices of Assessor or Hi attorneys ate Col. T Z sacrificed June, 1S81 Morrow, W. O Ilrsdley, Isaac Stewart, J. Jailer. Mrs. M. K lluler. of Doyle, who has W. and J. N. Bron. Mr. It C Warrer. and Sam. M Burdett represent the Com been siending reveral week with her Only one case remaina to brother. Mr. J It Ingram, haa returned monwealth Mary Toler and 'amily, of be disposed of on the common law docket home. Mr Demurer were su.lainrd In several Augusta, Ga, are spending the Winter mother, Mr, llerry. Col. Sam indictment agnintt M. U. Miller for sell- 'with her ing liquor. The discussion of these de Duncan left a few dsya ago for the Sunny murrers developed the fact that the people South, lo asaiat in the tale of a lot of of this county have been mistaken fur the mule In which he ownnl an interest. Mr. past twelve Tears In supposing ther had a Jas. Gibbons, of Clintnn Co.. list moved lo local prohibitory law. The original net the brick houre owned by Judge Hardin. approved March 21st, 1870, did not take I)r II C Stone, left for Arliansaa last effect until ratified by a vote of the peop'e, week, but we bear lhal lie lias called a and was therefore unconstitutional; but halt at Somerset, on account of tbe preva-- I thia defect was held lo be cured by the lence of smallpox In Fayelteville. whither amendatory act. It appears, however, &e waa going, a .Masquerade pany met e Mrs. Millers, a lew evenings since. to an that the amendatory acts refer-o- ne e ma.king was so tkillfullr ."' act approved March 31st, 1S70 and the le nil.., i .n .m n..ro.l M.wli l.i 1S70 done that but few of the parly were recog- b7 their most intimate frienda. We and therefore cannot be made to apply to the act of March 21sL 1870. thus renderine only have the name of a few, with Ihe characters they represented: Miss Hor Tn,l.. ,i..i .... ..nnnn.iiini;nnil "ce Jonc. as a Qtiakerets, was quite a haa not ret decided on thia particular point, but the general drift of opinion success; .Mita Lulu riiillip.apareu well among lawyers la, mat me local pronioi-tor- y in the costume of a Cliinemi lady; Miss Su- law of this county is a bungling msaa sie Hall waa very skillful in her reprewnof incongruous and unconstitutional legis- ' tation of an Indian girt. Miss Marie Hall, The case of tho Commonwealth with pipe and cap, Impersonated the lation r of ye olden time; Miss Mol- -' va Lambert Thompmn, for grand larceny, j as a Jewish Mr. Kph la set for Hit is tried, Lambert lie Owens,waa the Dtack Priestess;Jim HarPrince; will undoubtedly be called on to make Phillip, din, was Untie Joe, or old Illack Joe. Frankfort his residence for a while Frank Coffey and Win Jones, appeared in Court will adjourn finally female characters. Ac, Ac. Ilnl-luatesti-mon-ae-lie-ii- named firm at a considerable discount, I am thereby enabled to offer great inducements in prices on Dry Goods, Boots., Shoes. &c. Call and see what vou can do before v to my friends for past favors, I buy. "With thanks hope to solicit a liberal share of the same in the future. Having-- bought the McAlister interest in the above .,. - - JR.015T. ? itsj ii CHI WB Han a big let of The Original and Only GENUINE fill MH J With Sloping Laudable. rB!asMF V ssbbbbbbH INFRINGING IMITATIONS. Ht7RR AND GET THE GENUINE. Celebrated Oliver. None claim to havo a better plow; ax Their only aim In lo malic all good a one. llrwaro ol Kiich iRiitHiloiiM. Nee that Ollrcr'H name U en tho beiim, ax none other) aro "!'l n.w genuine. grand-mothe- :E. O- - ST03FII3. It is amusing to watch the monkey shines of the Louisville Commercial, and read its sweet words of tatiy that it is giving to the traitor McIIenry and his slim following of malcontents. If Col. McHcnry has a spark of re spect for himself, he will acknowledge his error at once and ask forgiveness of the party he has tried to wrong. facie evidence of the value of the stock killed or the damage done. As the law now and if the records are true, Jones was elected by the usual big majority. Neither did his movement "bust up" the Democratic party, that anybody knows of. It is said that tho Republicans will run Green Clay Smith as an Indepen dent candidate for Appellate Clerk. Of course, General Smith is willing to anything of the kind. He has an incurable itch for office as well as for notoriety. Besides preaching the gospel is a mighty slow way to get rich. The Constitutional Session of the Legislature, CO days, will end In one week, and if tho members can show anything that they have done except to take a wild goose chase to Atlanta, we would be glad to have them rise anil explain. A Dirri:uiii.NEi) effort u being mado by the distillers to have the tax ou whisky reduced from 00 to 60 ceuU. At the present figures tho revenuo amounted last year to 805.000,000. Juixiu Cox decides in udvauco of the jury that Guiteau is ituatio, else he would not have refused his plea to- make a speech In his own behait. elands the Court of Appeals has decided that the appraisement can not be intro- uuvru in cviucuw. The bill incorporating the Cheaapsalce Railroad, and Ohio and passed the House. Tht right is ressrvsd to the Legislature to regulate tho rate of freight! and passage in Kantucky, and also the same privilrga over any road it seems that old man McIIenry might in any way acquire. They also can never be suited in a candidato for the right to amend in any particular Appellato Clerk. The Yeoman says this charter, or any cbartei the road may he bolted when Tom Jomes was nom- acquire. The road is not allowed to vote a tax on any town or precinct in the State. inated, yet South-western It MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. The Washington iW urea that the Guiteau trial has already cost the government $30,061.85. Mr. K. D. Stockton, Mrs. A. IL Jordan and Mrs. Tsbitha Miller have died in Richmond thia week. Kentucky haa 49 National Banks with a total capital or $10,351,500. Louisville banks have nearly half of the above. Mrs. Harvey Giles, of Sadieville, yesterday gave birth to three bouncing boys, their combined weight being aixteen pounds. The Gait House, Loulaville, haa been sold to s stock company of Louievilla gen tlemen who hare organited with a capital of $300,000. It la now said that Bright, whose father was a lunatic, and who Is himself a little luny at times, wilt be the man to hang the Guiteau Jnry. The bridge over Itolling rork, on the Bradfordtville pike, in course of construc tion, fell yesterday afternoon, killing one man, Alaulut Harden, and seriously wounding severul others. The jury Is completed and the trial of the Ashland murderers fairly beun, with its horrible details cropping out frotu the wery first. The bloody axe and the bloody crowbar were brought into court aa dumb but powerful evidence. it Libert. William V. Reppert Is a candidate for County Attorney. Col. Silaa Adams Is expected to be the candidate on the Republican ticket. Dr. W. D. Stone and family, will move to town in a few days, and will TIiIhNcw Mill, containing the Intent mid occupy the property now owned by Mr. W. P. Tats. Mr. John W. Whipp, of thia place, is now Chairman of the Domocratic Committee for the tth Congressional Diatrict For iiiaiinfactnrliiK incnl and Hour, Ih how in full operation. g Mr. Whipp haa been a Democrat, Wc will grim! for cnstomcr-M- , for the present, on TucMtlny, Wed and has spent much time in the interest of iiCHduy, ThurmlHy, Friday and Naturday ofeitch ueeU, and on the party. He Is a man of atrong mind, Court-Dayand all other public tlayn. We solicit u liberal ptluire and much experience. patronage and will endeavor to gli e entire HatUfactlon. The friends of Gen. F. Wolford, in this county, atsnd up nobly under the deep disar.pointme.it caused by his defeat, and say tbat they will be in the front of Alwnynon band and forensic. Ilighesit ciihIi price paid for Corn, the battle, atriking every blow possible, for Wheat, ale. Orders left at Mill promptly attended to. the man we have chosen to carry our ban & CO. MATT1NGLY, ner on to victory. We are solid for Henry. Mr. T. W. Watb, our County Clerk, waa at Lawrenceburg last Monday and Tuesday. 8. M. Williams was with hia frienda here sev eral days last Meek, Mr. W, P. Tale and tamily, will move to your town in a short lime. Judge John D, Havejimt received and will keep eonMnnlly on hand a fresh Belden, of Lebanon, was here on legal buline or the eh o I cent siness last week. Married, at the residence of the bride' father, in thia county, od the Hlb, John B. Atwood, to the beautiful and accom plished Miss Elizabeth Peck. Tbeir many friends and relations throughout the -county congratulate them, and unite In a desire that their long and circuitous path through wedded life, may ever be atrewn with flowers. Eld. Wd. Cloyd, of Lincoln, has been All of which they will called to fill the pulpit or the Christian Church, at thia place, during Ihe present year, and has the matter under considers tion at thia time. The congregation are very unanimous for Mr. Cloyd to preach They also agcutH Tor tho Kale or Haltingly' Htiperlor for them, and we are in hopes tbat hia an Woolen GootU and VariiR. swer will be in the auirraative. Kluer V. L. Williams preached at the Christian Church in this place, last Sunday night, and Monday night, Several of the converts from Barnes' meeting attached themselves to the Church, while Mr. Williams was here. ' MsumsmMs H J. R.WARREN & SON do to the PoNt Olllec Ntorc for Staple and Fancy GROCERIES Meal,Flour, Lard5Potatoes Tinware, Glassware, MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY ef life-lon- Flour, Meal, Corn, Bran, SliipstulT, &c, McALISTEIt QUEENSWARE, W00DENWARE,&c. We laid in, before the late rite in same, a large and Complete Assortment of Canned Goods, Such as Corn, Tomatoes, Poas, Boans. Poaches, Poars, Itaspborrios, Strawborrios, &c. We be on hind, slw, a stork ot - Coal Buckets, Kitchen Sets, Shovels, Groceries,Confectioneries, J1&3D- Poliers. cfco- Produco of all kinds taken in oxchango for Goods at tho highest market prico. FAMIXitY are Soil at tho Very Lowest Possible Margin. ASHER OWSLEY, -- UT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. S Sam. tf. Burdett, Editor. Next Monday ia County Court. Ihe After nineteen days of rain-fapeople are not yet apprehensive of a second deluge. Our hotels and boarding houses have been crowded to their utmost capacity for tbe past ten daya. The grand jury returned Indictments against several persona who, it ia alleged, were connected with the troubles ol last ll K OH-OTI3CI3NrC- J D ,i co DEALtlt IN- - Invite the attention of the people to their now Fall stock of Hardware and Groceries. Largest assortment of DRY GOODS,WOTIONS 3-, STOVES AND -- IN GRATES week. TOWN- - The grand jury, after investigating all the meanness ot the put six months, and Indicting tome of the offenders, haa adjourned. It is greatly feared tbat the spring crop of young aheep will be cut abort by the depressing influences or the damp weather. To Phil. Soden: You must quit worrying the mall agents with aensational fabrications. Such doings only lend lo more confoundedly confuse the already confounded confusion in the mall. bags. The nomination of Capt. T J. Henry aa a candidate for Appellate Clerk, Is hail ed with enthusiasm in this county. The Alio to mountain people will heartily auport their candidate by voting early and solid-lThe candidates for Ihe offices to be filled at the Auguat election are slow in making themselves known. Tbe man who can control more votes than any oilier gentleman In his precinct la loooklng for you, gentlemen. Come from under cover. BOOTS, SHOES, HATft TRUNKS AND VALISES. They call eipeoial attention to their stock of COAL HODS AND V ASKS, FIRE-BRIC- K & OLAY CHIMNEYS, IIoise-Slioes- 3 XrfcDEsS GOODS, that Iioii, IVail, QUEENSWAHE AND TINWARE, their stock of Oltohlng, Booti and Shoei, whloh have been selected with care, and they feel confident Salt, Lime and. Cement, WHEEL BAKROW8, HINGES, BOLTS, They aro able to Show the Nicest Wagon and Buggy Material, and the Best Line Of these goods ever exhibited in Stanford. CHAMPION IAItHi:i WHIR, ale. m nni-lttli- ln liiltriorlournal IJrlghlV Fitniii boiled meal at McAlliter m Th Town Branch. Fnwit Ovami llrothrr. Friday Morning, jui received at Itow-io- n January FnMti itoch nf Print and Uracil and 20, 1882 llrown Cotton opened yctenly at Itobl. H. LytleV " LOCAL' NOTICES. At the Illnk McAllMer, ' Nrw ami fall ilock of Clock A McAllnter'o. lunil at Penny and Joe F. Water Ja. It. Mer. J. Ilrown, It O will do the W. n e. Penning-taairree-abl- Htim. Vumn nlwaya on t A. Owlr-yHid Htook of Champion lltrli Wlro on limit it A. Owsley's. Gnnitir, Freeh mil Klna Candle, t Mellolieri A HikrV llur Utilnllln IlfiiMlght Oil, 175 lft, from IVnny AMoAllater. Watciiw, Clock iml Jewelry repaired ami warranted ljr I'enny A McAllster. rent a gallon, at McIColmla A Stum's. Oil mil Our (lock of Drug, Varntslie, I complete In etery respect. Mcltulxrla A HlngK. A I'INR line of To!ltt'KoaM, Perfumer;, Ililr, Nail, Tooth and Clntlie llritslie, yrrj chtap, at Penny A MoAllstrr's. Hamilton J. T. lUnun, at tin Htinfinl Market llnuae, will tell the bell of Ileef Steak and at 8 cent per lb, and all other llilnx In hi line, In proportion. Kvrry thing wirrantpil the vtry brat. Koaat Wbt Viruinia IIkaii-i.kiii- t On, 25 lint, PETsONAL. Mil. 8. KUm, of Uti- lvllle, ia up Wednedy, and aecured of (leorge I). Weiren, the former ly occupied bf Mcltobert A Stigg, where hi brother, Mr. Darld the young gentlrmin who hid a More here fill, will open on the firat of Februarr, a full line of clothing, genii' furnlahlng good, hat, boot, Ac. Mr. Kla made a num ber of friend during hi former atay here md we hope he will do well O P. C. It.-- Mr. Hill lnre-roo- Kl, ltt Mr lilitor. learning that Ibere Is some complaint about ur Irt'fn.--1 In- - waste dye water from our Woden Mill inn nver the tnk Into the "Town Hrnncl." tin In each month, by reason of which stock will not drink the water, we lake thl plan If announce that we have, at great expense, made a lank which will, when completed, entirely obviate ihe difficulty, and a soon a the weather will permit, we hope to fully remedy the supposed evil complained of. We do not desire to in jure any of our but, on the contrary, do all the good we can for our town and county. We claim that Ihe dye water I not filthy, or at all deleterious to alock, and that when It I let Into the Irs of tinned, it soon puses nfT, and is a "nuisance" than the privy vault, hogpen a, md manure pile lint line ill banks from one end of the town to Ihe other. Hoping that all clllien will view thl matter In It proper light, we are respectfully, Stanford Woolen Mills Company. notni-ilsy fellow-clllten- another brilliant cluster now. I have long been an admirer of the ioetlo and expressive force of Ihe gixl old English tongue; hut with ahindUk- - II Ill's to aweep the chords of this ofi desecrated Instrument, and wake it dormant melody we begin bi believe In the reality of Ihe wonder of the fabled pat, and receive a true the legend of the ravishing harp of Orpheus and the winning sweetness of Ihe Siren' long. We are proud of Hill, CARRARhCQUNTr. Th Central Kenludr Medical Atsociation. flcxl-bllll- y fr d 0. Cloocil hit ol opened school I it IloontV Xtiiw AnnrCook, Htiilontllle, tMiIiik rvlatWr here. Mr. C T. IIydb ha returned, but left hi new wife hchlnd. Mm. I,. Ur.xzt.r.r iml MIm I.lccie Ileatley lure gone to Lnulivllle. Mil Kittik IIkiuink, of Crab Orch-an- l, liMiltlnjr Ml" Kiltie Unit. Mr. Amir Dunn anil Ma lister, MIm Kmuu Dunn, of IlrnliordiTllle, ate guests of friend liere. Mn O. J. Gkjiw returneil dome yr. terrlaj- after a protncleil trip, tlirougli Tennessee in the Interest ol the Calendar Clock Company. LOCAL MATTERS. MoKoiikiits A .Htaoo take the lead In 5 cent Cigar. For Sai.k A Apply at thia (i dice. I. good an new. itock of While around Bhlrllng Calicoe at Koto. 8. Lytle'. MoAuarcR A IIrioiit bare 30,000 imunJe of choice Family Four for tale. Monkv to Loan. $.1,000 on real eatite collaterali In Lincoln count. See M. C. Baufley. the The Court of Appeal judgment In the caw of the National Hank of Stanford T. Hocker. lias affirmed - t H. Bank Stock. Mr. J. II. Shanki told to H. Shanks, hi ihare In the National Juikik I'll IMP, Commlriloner,iyi that Itank of Stanford, at $160 per ibaie. he hai received and la ready to pay out the 40 per cent, due teachtra of all districts reported to the 10th day of January. Skxator IIlain write ua that the bill empowering the County Court to dedicate a portion of the public square to ilreet purposes ha pined both Home, and la now a law. - Owino to the almost unprecedented rls In the Tennessee and other rlrera of that section, the K. It. agent here receirrd advice yesterday to iell no ticket aoiitb cf Clarknllle.Tenn. A tiiikk broke open the Dawson Ilron.' full box that'll in front ol their itore the other night, and got four boxr of fresh oyster. Tbey hate four more boxea for the fellow if he will make hinuelf known Cou C. II ltociiESTun, of the Kallroail Commtadnn, favor n with a copy of III Iteport. We have not had time to examine it cloaely, but we notice In hi minority reort a table which ahow that the amount per annum aaved to the traveling public by a reduction from a maximum ol a four to a three cent rle, which the Commission wa Inilrumental in ttcuring, I $.145,62.YG8, while the Increase in bust: ha nes more than compensated the Railroad for tho reduction. We will take occailon to notice the report more fully cal parties here, yet, notwithstanding thee hereafter. fact, Mr. Alford wai successful in InducMARRIAOES. ing the President to give him the appointSmith WiIjon. On the 18th, Mf ment, which wa sent into the Senate for John W. Smith and Mi Lucinda Rrllr confirmation before their rece In DecemWilnon, a iwett eixteener, were united In ber. Then it waa, and not till then, that I used all honorable mean to defeat hi marriage. Paint I.iok, Jan. 19. Married at the confirmation, and secure ihe office If possiresidence of the bride' father, Willia ble, because of the great dissatisfaction exAdams, Sr, by ltev. M. Elliott, John W. pressed on the part of a luge majority of the people In thit community at hi appointd Smith to MIm Callte Adim, all of county. We with this couple a long ment. Mr. Alford wa not confirmed until the 19th ultimo. He evidently had a T. K. II. life of unalloyed happiness. Richmond correspondent of the hard road tn travel to accomplish hi aim. ujt that "Maj J. P. Eagle Respectfully. Geo. H. McKinney. a wealthy planter of Arkansas, who re LINCOLN COUNTT. cently married Miaa Miry K. Oldham, one Highland. of the hsndaomeat young ladle In the More rain, more rest. county, did not come here with any auch -- W. D. Dye' ichool closed a lew day intention. He made a flying visit on bu- ainess, and was asked by the lady why he ago. Rev. J M. Cook' echool close this week. couldn't atay longer. He replied tint if The Sabbath School at thl place, ia the would iccsmpany him home he would progreaaing finely at thl time. We have hi visit a few day. A she knew prolong regular preaching in our village three him well, she lUggeated that he atay. He Sabbaths in every month lit, 3rd and 4tb. did io, and hc kept her promlai." ltev. J. M. Cook hi a Quarterly RELIGIOUS, meeting at Coffey' achoolhouse on the 23th, and 29lh Inst., Rev. J. G. Bruce, Elder I. R. Orubla. of Lexington, presiding. Rev. K. E, Ronta, also, haa one will ureach at the Christian Church Sun at the lime time at McKInney; ltev. Dr. day morning. Hlner, presiding. Eld. Atbill and McOarvey'a meeting A ihort time ago, Allen Raugb and S. at Columbia, continue, and the Sptetator M. Ray, with their fsmiliea, returned from report! 21 iddlttom to the Church. Kansas, after an absence of 13 year. They Durlnir the vear 1881 there were 33.. dont like thia country now, and aay that 30G addition to the Christian Chuich by they will go back next Fall. C. M. Young, Immersion, and 1,633 from other churchei. hai moved to hit falher'a. Jaa. T. Light Total 31 811. ha moved to the house C. M. Young left. Some person entered the Raptltt Wm. Yonng, of College Hill, Ky., waa church at Ruck Run. in Ibis county, aotne visiting relative in this and Pulaski lime laat weak, ind took the carpet from countie laat week. W. 11. Young, of floor (some nlnity yaida,) ihe Illble the Madison, passed through our place thia and TeslamenUfrom the pulpit and a ill. week, on hi way to Pulaski, to find a loFrankfort Yeover goblet and pitcher. cation for a mill. II. P. Young and chilman. dren have returned from a visit to C ' LAND. STOCK AND CROP. Graybeal, at McKInney. Oar-rar- Card from Capl. McKinne. , Ky, January 19, 1S82. I'Mtor Ittlrrt JUnutt; I hereby tender my sincere thank to all those of my friend who were Kind enough to give me their Indorsement, and especially to those who exerted tliemelva in my behalf to secure the office of Pott Maattr in Stanford. I feel a grateful to all auch, aa If I had been auccsful. Mr. A. A. Warren wa the choice ol a large majority of the people who rtcelve their mail here, for said office, a fact well known la all; he having been endorsed most enthusiastically by a mijoiity of both politiA Stanf-oiid- 'The Courier-Journ- M. Moberley bought of John Cyril QuAimurLC Muhder. Our Lancaster correspondent siren the detail of the hor- Hail a yoke of oxen for $90. rible quadruple murder and aillclde ol J. K. Rruce bought of W. K. Amon, Jamea It. Wilmul on Wednesday mornlnr. 4 late feeding cattle at $38 per head. Of course the unfortunale man wa linsne, John Rrlghtbought of Jamea DePauw, but It ! strange he did not lire to let the eight yearling cattle at $31.50 per bead. June It McKinnry iold to W S. court paw on hi cane. Goh, 87 arrta of land near Huslonville, Tin: C. B. It It. ha through Judge Durham compromised with Tom Smith at $50 per acre. It. P. Fox.of Madiaon, MldtoJ.P. and William Lane, who were badlr hurt Loulfville, a car load of extra at the lime the fire men were killed near Hudson, of mule at $1C0 per head. MoKInney. The former get $1,000 and At Col. Riwruan' corn ihow in the wage to dale and the latter $500 Ilolh Agricultural Department at Frankfort, are girea tur position on the road at $45 Tuesday, Mr. J. W Shelby, of thl county, month. per took the first premium on bread corn. The Crab Orchard HapiNt Church wanla At the sale or Mr. Martha Tillet, $1,105 for the ue and occupancy of their near Rryantavjlle, property mid aa follow: property by the U. 8. troop during the Ten acrea of land with Improvement, to war, and Hon. IV I). Thompson, Jr., ha Malcolm Tillet at $1,350; 1 acre to rame presented a bill In CongroM to that effect. party at $291; 1 mule at $157; 1 cow $49. The Somerset Ilapllata hare had a bill Georgetown Ciurt Small attend- . asking for $1,000 for the panic reason, ance. xiie supply ol. goou alockert wa pending for aome time. not up to the demand, and many went . The weather continue fearful. Two away without buying. 250 cattle on the Rest old oowa, a sltet, and reTeral ruin have some-wh- market. yaried the preriou monotony of a aleon, $1.60 to 4.C0; yearling, 3 to 4c; ceiselera rain, but unle the New Moon, one extra lot bringing $4 40; calve $13.50 which appeared yeaterday, ihall come to to $23, Mules $125 to $150; common our relief, there ie no help for ua. Twenty-tw- o chunk $75 Io $100. A good demand for Cincinnati dayi of rainy, cloudr weather i about butcher, eapecially the beat qualitlea,wilh all that ordinaty lung can aland. but fair demand for ahipping and feeding We ha received from Mr. J. M. Lealh, cattle. Common, $2 to $275; good to a copy of hi celebrated production choice butcher, $4 25 to $5; common to "Sweet Olla Tye," act to muaic. It looka fair ihlpperi, $1 60 to $5 25; good to choice well, and wa composed before Mr. Iath $5.40 to $0.25; feeders, $3.75 to $4 60. The got to be mallttgent. He hai no time for hog market 1 active and firm at to audi builne nojr, for he la kept buay $0 for common, to $d.7Q and $090 for eelng how muck mall he can carry by a beat. Sheep are iteady at 3 to 5 cent. given point, lie haa a tough job for a The Atlanta Cvntiitutian taya there ii new man, but tell u that he I doing hla a marked evidence of the intention of level beat. Georgia farmrra to Increase their cropa and TllK body of Mr. John Cook, whore acreage the coming ieion, and are buying death we published In Tuesday' paper, atock liberally. It continuea; "Aa an inwa taken to LouIivIIIe, Wedneaday. It stance of thia, and to ahow how great a wa at firat decided to bury him here, but lock market we hare here, Mr. J. F.Itedd, thel'rleat refuted to conaecrate the ground, our moat prominent dealer, aold on Thurshence the change. Aa honeat a the dayi day, one hundred head of mules'. Yeaterare long, and u clever aa he knew how to day morning he received into hi yard be, Uncle Jack, a he wa familiarly call one hundred and ilxty head additional, ed, will be aadly niUaed In the circle in and by noon fifty of them had been eold. Theie are all selected animal and are in which he moved. active demand. Mr. Redd tell u that The 1. O. uumnk&i Skttleu. Sir. 11. Ihe atock business of the present leason telegraphed to hi brother-in-law- , U. Alford will largely exceed that of any year in the Geo, D. Wearen,on Wednesday mornpaat decade ing: "Time tried and Ore teated, ltepubll-canlaThe House ha voted to repeal the win. I wa confirmed a by the Senate yeaterday." Mr. "Teal Oath." Senator Rlaln want the negro ichool Alford baa made a hard fight, and haa won notwithstanding the heavy preMUreagaluat fund Increased, and the $2 poll lax on colored person repealed, aud to that end hlin, and If he aliow a much determination to do hla duty faithfully md well in In presented a bill. Judge Hauaford ba oflered bill to hi official capacity a he haa to get the office, he will be given due credit. Aa for better protect farmer againat the kllllug. oflhelratock by railroad and to better proouraelve we ihall praise him If he deserve tect the mechanic of the Commonwealth. It, and give him if he doe not. a A first-rat- e and carriage ment la thl place. Judge Philip I here in the role of a candidate. Dr. J.C. Ragle I in town in well, I don't know what role. Mias Dollie William hai gone to Hamilton College aa a pupil. Meaari. Sharps and Dunn have both gone South again in the stock interThe unexpected dropping in of real, winter, seems to have paralyi-e- d all departmenta of buainisa. Have not seen a sewing'uuchine wagon in a month. Rook agenli have closed their ipecimen volumei. Tire lightning rod epidemic away. The cheeky drummer, like the busy bee, haa retired to the hive. The amusement of dry ekating la beginning to Ilrown' Dick is aadly lose ita attraction, pondering a projected easay on the monotony of the exhibition presented by the doctor' costhea Hne.and the possible remedy, Boc Owen seems to be the only live mm in the community, and he is buiy idviiing an active campaign on the Cumberland for next summer. Ha ply Scared. One night laat week MIssea Amanda Cook and Bettie lteid were setting in the room of the latter no oth er person being in the house when they were startled by hearing a window cautiously raised, and the curtain, which was down, agitated by aome external force. Af ter a moment of nervelee fright, the girl fled from the room, Mis Cook teiting the burning lamp from the table and tucking it securely under her arm. They reached the ttreet and ran up to Mn Goode'n, the oil escaping, and the lamp still burning, and MIm 'Manda praying, "If I die before I wake, Ac." Aralatance wa obtained, and an Investigation ihowed that the room had been entered by menu of a window above the roof of the L part of the building. A amall pocket book containing a known amount of money, had been taken from a bureau, and waa found on the table open, and just half the content gone. No arure-nou- Hustonrillc. wood workman in wagons could find ateadv employ- val. ... at Lancatler. Ilradley and Mis Lou Grant ate visiting In Mt. Vernon. Rnb'l Klnnalrd will occupy the Ashley properly recently purcluted by John HOW. Plea Ilrown, a dUllller of Polly's Rend, Kentucky River, wai arrested last week by Deputy V. 8. Marshal Ilrown, of Lurel county, for moonahinlng, tried before Commissioner Herndon, and lent to Louisville for further trial. W. II. Klnniird, agent fur the Baker heir, old a tract of 23 acre of land on the Stanford pike to John 8. GUI, for Hils T. Ashley sold his property at the Junction of the Stanford and Crab Orchard pike to the aame party for $900. The mgt horrible Irigedy ever in thl county, occurred Wednesday morning about five o'clock, In which Jame Wilmot, an old and respected citizen living about two mile from town, murdered hi mother, aged 88, hi wife and two grown daughters, with an axe, then went to the ham and hung himself. No icason can be given for thlt bloody turn in the mind of a very traceable nun, except, that lately, he had a security debt of about five hundred dollar to pay, and being a very close nun, It I tuppoaed M bore on hla mind till he wa rendered a maniac. The following are particular of the horrible tragedy aa elicited from two witnesses before the Coroner' Jury Wednesday morning. The payment of the security defeta ha been weighing heavily on hla mind for several days, and he showed decided evidence of insanity, the moat striking of which waa, although he wai probably worth ten thonaand dollars, he was in dread that hi family md stock would starve to death. Ilia ion had to dispel thia lllution, but without success. Tuesday nlgbt the household, coniiating of himself, wife, two daughter!, about grown, one son, grown, and one about ten yean of age, hla mother, and a Mil Colvin, who lived in the neighborhood, retired, with no apprehin-alo- n of violence. Wilmot, hi wife and youngest aon occupied on bed, and hia two daughter another, in the time room. Ill mother in another room, the oldest aon and Mir Colvin occupying the rooms up italra. vVilmot arose about 6 o'clock, made a fire, went to the porch, got hi axe and going to the room where bia mother slept, killed her by cutting u terrible guh In her throat. He next killed hia daugh ter, who apparently died without a struggle. Hit wife, however, appear to have been awakened by aome noise, when the left her bed, and seeing her huaband with the axe devlned hi purpose, and grappling with him atruggled desperately, but ineffectually for ber life. She waa cut in several places on the heid and back. The stroke on the bead stem to have knocked her down, after which he cut he throat aa he had those of Ihe others. Her scream brought Miss Colvin dowo, and she waa met at the foot of the stairs by Wilmot. Young James Wilmot came down about thit time and (eelng hi father with a gun asked what he was doing, to which he replied, he had killed all bet him and intended to kill him and bang blmielf. Miaa Colvin screaming with terror, ran thro' the family room and seeing the younger ion whom the old man had overlooked in hia mad butchery, grabbed him and fled to I be house of a negro, near by. In the meantime, young Wilmot endeavored to disarm hi father, who waa trying to, and succeeded in shooting him. Just aa he fired, hi eon knocked the weapon op and ran in hi night clothe to one of the neighbors for assistance. Returning, they found that Mr. Wilmot had looped a clothes line around his neck, climbed up the tide of the corn crib and tying the rope to a joist jumped off, breaking hi neck. The newa reached town about 7 o'clock, whereupon Richard Boyle, a Mag istrate, summoned a jury and proceeded to Ihe scene, accomptnied by a number of citizen. After viewing the bodies, the Jury returned a verdict in accordance with the foregoing facts. The scene is describ ed aa moat horrible. Old soldiers who have seen the ground covered with dead bodies, declare they never saw anything aa sickening as the alht there presented. Be low is the Coroner verdict i We. the jury, find that the bodle now I Ing bufore u. are the bodies of James it. Wilmot, IUabeth Wilmot, hla wne, Jlattie and Mary, bis daughter, and Wilmot, hi mother. We find from the evidence before us, that hi wife, daughters and mother, came to their deaths from blows from an axe In the hands of Jamea R. Wilmot. We further find tbat after killing the above named persons the said J. R. Wilmot committed suicide by hanging himself. Jan. 18th, 18S2. J. It. Bruce, W. O. Anderson, Q. 8. Qreenleaf, . T. Smith, Joseph Hick, E. II. Smith. Attest! It. Boyle, J. P.O. O, Acting Coroner, -- Mr. W.O. $2,-00- 0. Thl Association met in Danville, Wed nesday, at II o'clock, A, r., with Vie President Dr. J. M Meyer, intheChait The subject fur discussion, the Board of Health; Its method, and It work," wa opened with a most Interesting paper by Dr. Fayette Dunlap, After an outline of the fact of Id history, he showed the great work done by the "National Board," with the assistance of State Board and local Medical Societies. He dated also, one of the encouraging feature nf secular journalism of late, Is the great Interest taken in sanitary prog ress, and In the causation of xymritlc diseases; an interest which I comparative ly recent In the United State, but to which the great Sanitary reforms of Great Britain have been Indebted for the popular attention they have attracted. Thl paper elicited speeches from several member, all heartily commending It. Dr. Carpenter, of Crab Orchard, presented two valuable paperi. One of Tetanu, sue cessfully treated by him during the past Summer; the other in "Fecial Physical The venerable Dr. Spllman, of Harrodaburg, sent to the Secretiry the mme of an article he expected to present "Mind in Iti relation to the healing art," but the inclemency of the day prevented hi appearance in vrtmia ptnona. The name of Nelaon May, of Lancaater, with proper credentials, was presented to the Board of Censors for membership: after the spread of the ballot, he Was declared duly elected. The officers elected for the t; ensuing year, were: J. M. Meyer, S. P. Cr.lg, Vice President; Steele Bailey, Recording Secretary; Same,Correa-landin- g Secretary; Jno. C. Regie, Treas urer. Ihe older the Association growa there seems to be no abatement of zeal All are willing to uphold the dignity of our ctlling, to respect our law, and to obey the injunction of the Code of Ethic. The Association will meet again in Daaville, the 3rd Wednsadsy In April Dr. Roglo will open the discussion on "the best mesn of reducing temperature In Continued Fever." Steele Bailey, Sec'y. "Na-tionPrenl-den- M'ROBERTS&STAGG -- 3 HAVE- R,E3SCO"V"E3D -- TO THEIR-- NW Opposite the T Court-House. E- - ROOM J Tlicy Invite You (o Call ami See Them Whether You Wish to Jluy Anything or Not. FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING! B75T B. Main Street, K WEAREN, Ky. Stanford, - I have bought out my brother, R. H. Wcareh, and will continue the Furniture and Undertaking business at the same stand, in the St. Asaph Hotel building. I will keep a full stock of Furniture of every description and sell at figures that cannot bo beaten. My stock of Collins and Caskets will be comprehensive. Shrouds and Robes always on hand. I also repair Furniture and do carpenter's job work. B. K. WEAKEN'. SKIT APYUUISKXE1TK. QSAX.BBS Itr CHEMICALS, of ImproTsd Land, for sale? LAND.Ilanxlng Fork, Lincoln County. Apply to V. P. Walton, Stanford. 130 Acre DRUGS, MEDICINES, JACK FOR SATJE. Will bar for tile In Btmlord on nut County urt dar a sood rounir Jack: a sars and excel- lent breeder, and descended from tb bast nock In tb 8UU. January II, lMz. C. II. ROCTIKSTER. PERFUMERY AND FANOT TOILET ARTICLES, Books & Stationery,Paints,Oils, Varnishes, Dye Stuffs WINDOW GLASS AND PUTTY, All thou Indebted to us. lther br not or sc conntar requested to come lorward md pay tbetr accounts i by Valrusry 1st, 1MZ. Our books will be found 1st our old stand, which la now occupied br llobt.H. LtII. 1- 0HeALIBTEB 4t LTTLE. Puro Wines and Liquors for Modical Purposes. Prescrip tions accurately compounded. Wo havo also a largo and wo!l solectod stock of Watches and Jewelry, which we proposo to sell at loss than city prices. Watches and Jewelry Repaired and Wanantod. mSSOIsUTION. By mutual consent, the firm ol Slater & Jamea, Crab Orchard, ha ben dluoliea, u. W. Jamea rsllrlne. and A. J. Sialercontlnulnz th buiinest. Th lsttsr will collect all account da th Arm A. jr. MOI.r.K, andaettl ill It debts. A SWEEPING m P. 8. All Dersona knowlnc themselee Indebt ed to the nrai ol Bitter A Jsmss, althsr by not or account, sr requested to call a nd settle is m with8. A J. out delay. INTERNATIONAL COTTON FXPOSITION, GEORGIA. REDUCTIONS! The Warm Weather Has Sent Prices Tumbling. , - ATLASTA, Tho Davis Sowing Machines again ahead. And Carries off tho Highest Number of Awards, superior to all other MaAnd la acknowledged chines. Thsjudceasay In their report; "That Ila peculiar leed motion enable It to sew Tsrlous kinds of fabr(ca that can not be well sewed on machine hating an under feed." And th award to the Darla la lb only on In which lb auperl-orlt- y ofontmachlnsorer another la In any way recognised or expressed bythejury In any of tbetr reports. Th uniformity of length of atl:h on alt klnda of fabric waa couteded by th Jury aa worthy of three reports fully special mention, and the demonitrsl tbat lha Davie Vertical F ed Sewing Mathlnela the best, and with It can be produced lbs greatest Tsrlety sod most perfect work, with thsgreateat essiofs'ij machine In th world, International Cotton Exposition, Atlanta, Ila., Dectt, 1SSI. Award to tb Dafla hewing Ms-eh- in Company. Datla Sewing Macbln ComKntry HM-- Tb pany la worthy of mention lor' Its peculiar feed motion, which glee tt special Tslti for sawing ruloua klnda of fabrlca tbat cannot be so well sewed on machines hating Ihe underfeed. Signed well-nig- h Too Many Goods and Want to duce Them. Re- airo ar or awsaoi oau lit. A Heavy Discount Is Marked on All Goods To-da- y. ' , oiocr T. Jauas 8. Otoiaali. IUaiie, OioioeU.-Ulilocu, Atwmd, Cost-Mar- k f.llx-bel- li Committee. Approredt It. I. KluniiL, Director General, 179 axTar yo. '4S9. nia oaoor no. Product, Darle Sewing Machine work. Kama and address of exhibitor, DitIs Sewing Machin Th under-signe- d Company, Watertowa, New York harlot examined th products herein described, r perllully retommond tb asm to th EitcutlT Coniinllte of th International Cotton Exposition lor award for th foil owing reasons, tla.1 Is No Consideration; 0ur Word is Sell. B0TLE COUNTT. Danville. " rest. I'oat-mail- I have ut Interrogated everybody, and failed to elicit an item of newa. There are but two topics discussed in thia region, both connected with the late Frankfort a Convention. Our dlaappolntmenl at defeat before that body oppressive. Personal afllictlon could not have produc ed a much deepr gloom than haa settled e all over uearly every individual. love the old veteran, and all were hopeful aa to hi luccesa. The only alleviation we find i in the grand and beautiful a'ddrea in which hi name u brought before the Couvention by Col.T. P. Hill. In bygone day old Lincoln waa wont to wear a queenly duplet among ber litter countie. She haa added to her blooming wreath Wol-ford'1 The town pay 25 cent per bead for vaccinating ila pauper. Miss Judith Guest haa gone to Mobile, and after spending a few weeks will go I8. thence to New Orleans to remain until the spring. Sam Coomer waa found lying itlfT, cold and unconscious, in a gutter, on Tues day, It is probable that the whisky within him saved him from being Iroien to death. The primary election to nominate candidates for county office! will be held and on at the villous precincts Monday the County Committee wilijoeet at the Clemens House and declare"the result. Boyle has 34 bond of $1,000 each out Couullte. standing, and which are to bi pilcl in the Approred i 11. 1, Klinlsll, Director OeursI. next two year. Thirty cents on the $100 Foa Sals r for this and 20 cent next year will raise HALE & NUNNELLEY, Agents, the sum and complete the payment la full trmroio, Ky., Dastais U of Ihe $160,000 of railroad obligation,ind leave the county out of debt. GROCERIES, HARDWARE, fcO. 11 general and fin Epacluanaofworkuianshlpon work. Embroidery with chenille ind silk isrj artistic la design, and well executed through in attachment to tb macbln. Special attention It called to unlfouilty In Uigth of stitch on ill fabrics, regardless ol thickness of material. A ol specimens of quilling on fin display mad silk, dresses, cushions, cpes, dlsgoual ind IU with putlog asm. straight shirring on Special attention ta called to M lia Nellie A. Ilardy, U , for proficiency lu embroidery work Clseslsn I, on th Dsela Macbln. Ukosub I. Tu lias, Commltte. 11, L KlMHiLl, Director General, ApproTsdi m-ns- tsr no. tiaovr Do. um work. rroduet, specimen! of sewing macbln Mam ind addrrsa of sihlbltor, Darla Sewing Company. Watertowa, N. Y. Tb under- slgnsd basing examined th products herein described, rspclfully reouuiDead lb aame to tb exKutli cumuilttseot th International Exposition for award, tor th following reasons, sis- .Uniformity of stitching ou all work shown. Orsst ssrUty f work. Artistic taal and. skill In Ita construction. embroidery Special attention t called to th work done by MIm Nelll A. Ilsrdy on th parte Ouo. I. Tliomi, macbln with attachment. W.II.UsniiawooD, CO. Uaosia, Neyer Better Goods Offered For So Little Money in Stanford . ' Before. Now or Never Is the Time to Buy Goods "Without Money and Without Price. These Are Facts, and a Call Will Con- vince You. BRTJCE & CO, OLOTELTDSirtS. ."JM13U1 li I HI twwwin I'NUHCH HIKkCTORT. FINK PIANO FOR SALE! hate to rcftwo yo, Lou, but " name of "bankrupt" nnd "swindler," . "Oh, you've turned Into a monster which had been applied to him so , r- h. li.NK liKXIIUNfi ANY 111 lor, HMlreaeveryHunayiuofnlngandnli.ht. AN KXCI'.l.t.KNT MhIiiNi., NlHiiroril, Uy. again, you Charon! I mayn't even soon as the failure was made public, Prayer MeellngtThnrlay nlghle, BundeyHcbonl n I'lano ' an nlilaln a Imrgaln I'f talllnt nn lb The m BTAMTOKD, XT3T. J it 1 00 Mlaalonary . !"ln"S itupetlnlendent. IMIM nnlrral(nrl. Ithaalirvn mul I'M than a ilnttn weloomo my own mother, and make he had added that of suicide. V meete here en llmM Woman'! v- TV. P. WALTON, Blanfor.1, JOHN DINWIDDIE,PRO'R. Sunder In each month, at S o'clock. Mrt. T T. They were fearful tidings that DtvleM, Pictldent. Friday Morning, January 20, 1882 her comfortable in our home." "You can welcome your mother reached his wife's car in tho midst of M llmca, Piitor. Hetvlcee llav J BAPTIST ind Fourth Sumlari, mottling and. STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 and make her very comfortable, with the festivities, aud hurried her home; night. I'rayei Mrtln mtj Wfli.MiU' riuoiUf Hchonl t t SO A. M. K. K. Rirrow lilvlIlT HT UTANKOltD, KY., JVSTJOOJAR. of muslin curtain;," said nnd vainly might the, in frantio acout the aid Siiporlntimittnt DAY. BOARD, 92.00 cents, call on that lifeless form "only 'Jllnt I tell you, Iou, I cAti't afford Falconer, decidedly. &, ft, WINE, ofKtcf. fl 1te M ni noucninjnr r.ni.jot. nnuon VS t'T "Savage 1" cried Lou, beginning to to speak to her once moro" nnd she School on t'lnl nn.l Thin! InriTa Jr Sunilij lieieieieHJV' "Oh, you slingy tiling! You nre pouU Special Accommodation to Commorcial 1 would bo content to "live on dry STILL LEADS WITH THE it f Jm StTrnncr, Hurrlnlnilrnl, urn- Travolors. willinp to have your wifu go liko n h. nttt-'nri:ui.N, south ivt i imMiiT. puniiiy retnoi--Bt wj.i. joan n is unreasonable and child- cruUs In n hovel for tho rct of her "This I fy. (lowdrijiit fir tho snko nfn fow piltry ish 1" Union lT;r lrtlnon hvut, MurlninlnL exclaimed her husband, Irani- - days." WMiiM-lu- r nlihtt. Buff gR8 Trftniforrcil Free of Olmrgs dollars." And pretty Lou Falconer Then sho called hemelf "hi mur tienuv pushinir nacK tits chair, tin y pouted her Tiny lip, nntl turned I have recently trxVon cbixreo of this hcnio had some perplexing bu?nci on hi derws," and wringing her hands in XV. UOINHY awoy'fnira her liU'dund. ind intend to hava llrtt-cl"Just too for, too mind and wa. in no mood for trifling CMsautlv. cried: la nnilldale l AMrhOn, tuljrct lo (do wilt nccotnmodationt. "Wo uro ii young Arm, yuu know Hut ol the ltniucracr far!" Lou burst into tears. Lou, and Vain, vain lament! Hang it all?" cried Edward, and JOHN HI.AIN "Oli, ay nothing tnnro about it, if Rtspontt to a Toatt on Womtn. taking his hat be left the houao. He OiUNTY CI.F.KK, lul.Jecl lo JHUmHeff W "tiY.'.Trfr.yft., taaeandMalefor you 'please. Iklmll never Hsk you for If V'vMtt an acting of Ih lemurraer. Mr. President, I think tho mnstseii- m tti.n aikr Vx 1. . '11 Ai . had not gona ten steps, however, 1(7 STANFORD. KY. !! i anything again." .And with a little ymtt UtiL 4 t nil his resolution failed hira, and sihle thing ever done iu the world wan AND SELL THE BEST 1? tirmiUmK ami hi I" 'ruiHi M JOHN Ii. It AM. tou of her hcad.ahe left tho room. Hop ttort. E. II. BURNSIDE, - Propr. hurrying to the nearest bank, he has- the making of a woman. It ought i If ton ird COUNTY aubject ran.IU.le BUGGY OH THE GLOBE Iiathe will of for Iteniocracy. Falconer, eighed,, and his brow con- tily drew a check and returned homo have been dono before it was. I pre lit mi Mll"lt'il ! 'I lj dltwt iHiti the fm lo 1 m Thla Old and Woll - Kiiown t ft let I Of k tl. tracted with rite, as lie looked after with on Hup the money. He fuund his wile sume that Adam, when the rib was FOR THE MONEY. aiiter. Has r nitMtvT g 1 iii nn Uotol Still Maintains Its nn hcrWV J . JlIIXJi: J. .11. IMIIMI'N was pret h4mr in! '" J S 1' 'l ' '! KKI.iAV ti High Reputation, 'f ..' "Poor child! It is so hard to refuse in her own room, with their little takeu out of hira, thought it ' J oil ttll eWiwiiirf tn COUNTY ATT0UMKT, i nil AND SEND FOR CATALOGUE Ii a candlJ.1 tot tbe leuiorracr. Eddie on her lap, tho traces of Uars ty rough. Ho did not knoir what fiTl W Hni tUtl'ir. inT(iiTi will of tllttl ( her anything." iitiffir ii become, of him. But Its Proprietor Ii Determined that HopBlttri lane liop He was a paleyouSg Am, with a were fresh on her face: and ahs was was going to AND TESTIMONIALS OF it Shall be Second to no Country BIMora. when the job was done and womau N.i.uvi:Ti i;nom:.han Hotel in the State in iti Fare, thoughtful rut of ' eftunteri.neeJ and tinging to the baby in a low tone. VWlMl, Hlf la ciuJI.Iile for JAIL' II of Lincoln Appointment!, or Atten"Forgive me, my precious, for hav was sent down, and the meat put on HUNDREDSOF LIVERYMEN Jecta to tbe action of the Utiuorracjr. county, nib fintnt ) cr'lt ruiiwtff earnest gray eyes ; habitually reserved J' lwltl tion to Comfort of allbaf accounted a ing been so crabbed just now," plead- in tho right place, I am satisfied that and prudent, he was their Qneiti. Ml. HOP "f,;H.'r. WHO HAVE USED THEM lirrr or mrr-fed Falconer in a penitent tone, as he ho looked upon the job and said it xvn. rooLUY sharp business man, and at tho tirao t)f TotJ PatKaire will be conveyed teaad from Ihtdepet "iitiw rurJlfrlt laacandlJate for JAII.Klt of Lincoln county, free of chart., fcperlal arcovamodatltBa lo or his marriage, 'two years previous, bent over nnd kissed her, at the same was a boss. I say it should have been Hop Blttera to a primary election. to raamercltlTrat alert. The Bar will ho UyoiiAKiciin alwayt iBBolltd with tkt (k.lettt the old men predicted that ho would timo placing tho money in her baud. done before. The idea of Adam's re nl lif w7k li j ill liLVt. '"""" hraadief l.ltaeri aad Cltart. la lowiHritsM CA1T. TIIO.N. ItlCIIAItlKS eventually become one of tho largest "Will ihia bo sufficient for what you maining all those years alone, without eirellanl Llicri It attached. mn, lit (t your ill "or un,u mo welcome him home from want?" any one to la Candidate lor J.MLKIl of Lincoln county, captialiflt jn fi, His wife, a willful, Ufa. It luit u FAIL aublectlo tho action of tbo Democracy. saved hun 1882- "More than sufficient I" she exclaim- Scotch banquets, and to ask him why AA pretty creature, seemed to be his one V1L- - OL COLUMBUS drUs. OHIO. ed, delightedly, separating the roll of ho didu't slay all night, and come wmArristiataaammmml KHFERENCES: weak point. .Nor was she slow to J. H. IIOMLUY I I bafo ttn hanJIln (lixTLiMKir join "I'll take what's left smelling like a smoke house ? I can Drrwitcr wagona, ihattooj, ftc , fur tbo a'vail herself oflhia ndvantngo ; her bank notes. lea candidate for A&tEISQK of Lincoln coualy, ptat four ilrtn mllre Female College. and get you a perfect duck of a imagine Adam going to the grocery attractionjaira.all So far thff bate Intra, ami I aubjrcl to the action of tbo IMmocracy. Stanford bought who ha to influence over him was unbounded, over, ILLUSTRATED. n pact to bo able In tell ureal niaujr more Ihla nnd even in cases where it was against dressing gown and materials to work after codfish, and building fires him aciaon thananrof tlio pretloua ycari. Truitlof STAMOItl), KY. I). It. ClAKlKNTi:il the loveliest pair of slippers you ever self, and cookinc bis own meals in jou Willi Bbl lo nil all omera promptly, i am. Ilarper'a Weekly ittndt at tbe betd of Amerl-i- n his better j udgment ho invariably McuoLAi iiaxki, Jrcrjman. U a candidate for COUNTY ATTOIIHAY, ttibjKl llluitrtleil weealr lournala. lie Ita unnarll- saw. the bachelor's hall. It hat struck mo Larajctlc, InJ. to tbe action of Ibe Democratic party. ltlon In yielded to her wishes. Tho present WITH A TOLL CORPS Or TEA0HER8 tin lit carefultrpolltlrt, In admirable llluilraFalconer began to protest that be that would not bo out of place for nK!CTLKIII tlont. ebien aerlali. thorl ttorlee. W bare Wo nalni and aallln? it ttetrhet, tnd ioemi, contributed by the foremott i line oounir lor me rait lour object of theso last named was a gar- stood in need roiir work In thlt tiutltutlon will open of neithor dressing TIIO.N. 1). NEWIANI artl.titnltutliorioflhediy.il ctrilet Inilrue-tle- n yean with tbo beat aatla'actloa to ouraelTeo and andenlertalnnient to tbouiindt of Amerloan net Bilk;dr&99 pattern, which sho had gown nor slippers, but a reproachful the legislature to pass resolutions of cualomera. Yonr bunrle are unlferMllr ac lo IheofScoof JAIL-Ebomea. IT8 TWELFTH 3E88ION, knowledged br our euitooiera to lm the verr let la a candidate for thanks for the making of woman. It for 'a fashionaaubject lo the action ol the Democracy. II wllltlwtji W the aim ol lb publl.hen to that morniBg seen at C the iilco Inat can b houiht In tho country. glanco from Lou's bluo eyes arrested irtffbe hoped thartheywill-attendtON TIIK make Hirper't Weekly the mo. I popular tnd Your Combination ISprlog liucsy la pronounced ble store ; and poor Falconer's cars fi rally newipter In Ibe world tho fineat, aofteat, and eaileat rldlm br all bis words. "Not when I am going to it this season. If woman hadn't been bnrcr to I In me. Your Brewaier aide-b- wacon now E. XV. MIOXVX SXIf .MONDAY IX SKIM F.M1IKU, NEXT. were still ringing with the minuto rlnl. Taking all In Harpor's Periodicals, make them with my own littlo fing made at that time, am satisfied that la certainly without a your burglea cannot all, It a Ctndliltte of COUN be we fearleniy aay that I description (of its uncomparablo loveri: it year. the ALLT1E IlllANClIM OF A ers1 sho said, and Edward was sub- a great many of us would not have beaten InYoura country for atyle, flulih, and dura- TY JVVUK, tutjMt to will or the Democracy. 00 Ilarper'a Weekly truly, bility. .1 44 awi liness! -- . lltiper't Midline. -4 THORgUQH ENGLISH COURSE Iltrper't Vntr 00 been here tonight. If it had not ocT. 31. IE..MXGTON 8prlo:6M, Ohio. "It seems so cruel to deny-he- r what dued instanter. 10 10 The Three tbove pntllia lent The following week Lou's mother, curred to the Almighty to jaake woare ltu(ht, at well a. Any Two itnve n mei .... J 00 she has set her heart on," ho said, lay-lo- g -- . .. to the onleo of Okhtlkuis- I line had In lirerr now for It a Candidate for I Ilirter'e kounc I evpte.... er two yeara, and bare not apent dollar for re AKsLScUR. autject to tho action of the Democ down his pen, and rising, took one Mrs. Townsend, arrived, and was af- man, I don't believo tho Republicans of I MUSIC. THE LANC.UAOEU. DHAW- - Iltrper't Mictln pair! on mem, ana loey iook nearly e room aa racy. .. f of aeveral ilinr't Yuuni I'.onle Library. OneYear 004 fectionately welcomed by her daughter could have got 15,000 majority in this new. Have had bucKlea to good aa other manu- or"two' turns acroes tho rooms. The Ilarper'a rr nklln ti)uiro INO AND PAINTINO. the columbut facturera, and And none (51 Number,). .. 10 bO Company'! bustlee. Rrepectfully, She was a thorough Stato rUOFISSlOSAL. result of bis reflection was. that he and Women are "the boss." Burjy T. E. IlaoAOKAn. ruatace Free to all luUcrlben la tb.Unlle.1 OeorjlA. Conyera, T33HMH MODKHATK Hlatra or Canada. Weekly U(ln with Ike Aret on bis hat, went straight to Co.'s, ly sensible, reasonable woman, with a I don't know as I can explain it, but put The Voluweaoftbe I bate C. KAUKFMAN, nEXTLEiiiif: Number for January each tear. When no time ordered tho silk, and had it charged deal of penetration, that seemed to most of you know how it is yourselves. manufacture hteeThe burilei entire bid of your llttn me uaed aatlifactlen. In Tuition, pclcee ranee from 12s to IM In tb la mentioned, It will be UBdenlond that Ihe for the eaiue divine things at a glance, and was an There isn't a man who hasn't' felt 'the They are the beat I naTeeeer wl.bee lo commence with Number recular l)euirtnicntt. 1'rlni.rv. f M; to his account. amount of money, Youra truly, ATTO RNEY AT LAW, flO; l'reparatoiy, HO, and Collestate, Intermediate nett after tho receipt Annual Volume,tha Iltrper't e) of order. M). acquisition to any household. is. voLV't. Lateryman. The Int Twelve ol Who would hesitate to credit Fal electric influence of woman when Joplln, MImoiiH. IiANCAHTKIt, KY. Weekly, In nett doth Uodlof, will be tent by For full partlcultra, aa to Itoanl, Ac., iddrett "Don't you think, Lou," sho said taken across bcr knee, or when in mill, poeltie paid, or by etprvit, free of eipeate coner' Frost? There was not aBafer Will County Okxtlemex:. I hire been connected with the Mailer Cmumtulooer indaC fl.rrtnlAttorney.loin Ine (provided the treltht doee not eiceedone delltr td .11 ih. CViu.i. dealing for Sfteen i...,liuln r volutnt). for 17.00 etch MRN. N. C. TltUKIIKAKT, coparnership anywhere. The sales- to her daughter one day, when the love. It beat all. Some of you prob- - manufactnreofand doea net In buggleamoat factory countiee and In the Court ofArrealt.inl (Joo-ifrlnelpnl yeara. Your work look lite j, Llolht'twi for etch volume, tullable for g wood. ttnf-rwill he tent by mall, poatpeM, on receipt of Unroln Co.,Ky. man blandly inquired, "Anything latter bad, in her usual coaxing, ably, know .more, than I about woman, work, butand atnoothlr Snlihed In uaed In(run. ratnx woLroaD. trtmmtag. Material ttaiTtaaoii mio. palntlnc tbe 11.00 each style, been urging Edward to though I have been exposed more or CO lumbu Muggy Company'a buggica baa proved to I Ilnuillances thould Lo mid. by else sir?" wrote the address, nnd prom F. I.. iVOLFOKU i: M. PEYTO.V, be of tho beat Miey Order or Drtn, lo avoid chance of lorn. iney run iigni. r.veryonein "BLUE-GRAS- S should be sent somo fresh extravogance, "that you less.- - Tbe'bighes ambitions of man thla county who hate bought your bugzlcetro Newipiprrt are not to copy Ihla adterilaemen t that the parcol ROUTE.' ell pleated, they glee tho heat of aatlifacllou. without the etpreuorper of Harper A lirtlhtrt. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Youra truly, feme "in an hours time." Then the may push your importunities just too nre stimulated by love of woman. Addreti HAIll'KK A llllOTllKIU, New Vork. n.nii-2ii'rv- . K. IU Watt. icv. far? Mr. Falconer looks very much Wlacheatcr, III. purchaser walked, slowly downjto his There is hardly anything good or noHeclil attention given to collection.. Office I ble that man does but what he receives (3-lyr- J business, not altogether satisfied with perplexed and worried over K. T. l'lerce'i itore. think." what he had done. his inspiration from womau. And in -- THE MOST IlRStllABLE KOUTfi T-OmilOMAS P. HILL, Jit., Dealer for Lincoln and Garrard Oos. 'Ou;Edwd,.yeu darling!" were "Oh, Edward is the deareit, most everything of that kind that we do. the woiUs tfMttgreeted:hit& when he amiable of men.' it is for the benefit of-- woman of ATTORNEY AT LAW, ILLUSTRATED. "Yes, Lou, but for the very reason mothers, wives, sisters, couaina I WILLAED HOTEL L0TIER7 DRAWJti. ! Went liomeilMt'eveniBg, and throw-fit- : HTANPOItl), JCV. ltth rolirnarr. 1883, 'Alwiyi virlrd, lliyi rood, llwtyt Imp rot Inf. bis that your husband is amiable and in- wont go any farther than cousins, TltKONLY LINK HONNINO her arms around his neck, Will tirtctlce In the Ceartt ol tblt and aJlolnlnj tChtrlet Frtncee Adima, Jr Offlro on countlea and In the Court of Appeala. OR MONEY REFUNDED I Ilarper'a Maiatlae. the raott popular Illustrated wife literally overwhelmed hira with dulgent to a fault, you should be mer4ll-lare the darliugest of all. Ltnrtitrr Street. Itrlwliial In the world, brtln. ita iltty. fourth ciful and not press him too far. Now PARLO'R CARS whilltliett Inthe December Numtvr. ind repreieola volume with kisses. "Oh, you dear love! how Every man has a guiding star, and It LontvlLL. Kr.; MoremberlO, 1M1. Amerietn lllerttaro art; ami Katnlwril. That tho Board clever it was to feign old Shylock, Pconsider that baby's cloak which you a cousin makes a good star to look up conaent to n puatnonement ol the of Comtuliaioner TAMK8 O. OIVENS, lit milked turceu In Knclind where II hit UCTWEEN. llrtwiog of the a circulation larftr thtn that of any Eof coaxed him into getting for Eddie to.,. H nurd iioicj Loiiery uotu ine iiiu aay or and then give me such a delightful mecttlne tame dm-b- it brouihl Into It it good tbatit is so and he AT LAW, Xjuxluutoit ami Cimilitiiiitl. Itihtervlcolhe of Ihe eminent will en tnd irllittof and that they will not content to any ATTORNEY Ita moit quito an unnecessary pieco of extrav- iovlier guiding, star ho has the better. further l2 jioit!onrnient of the uue. surprise." Ureal llrllaln The lurlhronilnf volume for U1J 311 FIFTH BTKKCT, BontRT MaLLoar, Cbalrman, TIMK TABLE, IN EFFEW MARCH H, 1S1I- :- will In every reipeet turpatt their predeceetort. " J'Ifiit was really a' delightful sur- agance. Now, take my advice, and The man who has a pure, good woman Ur the Blmve reaolntlon tma drawing muat and KENTUCKY. will be bad on tbe day 6 led, or money distributed LOUISVILLE, be a little more reasonable in your Harpor's Periodicals, prise, Mignon, putting both hands to to feel proud bt him, and love him, is btek enough tlckelaare told before dale Axed, the 1'rictlcet In all tbo CourU. ColleCtlona rronipt Lve. LetUdon -- .... Tito am' MS pm If " Mayivllle.. r tin. 03 .....( tcU am1 I 3WO um Iltrper't .Mtcttlne PEtt .YEAR. upon her shoulders, and gazing fondly demands." indeed a happy mau, and he can drawing will bo had, aad notice of tame will be lyuade. -- I 4 00 " I'arlt.. .... ... arM pm ... . 4 00 fti&l am, 1 40 t m lltrpet'i Ueekly ... Mrs. Falconer knew better than to work harder, enjoy his work better, given tnrongh thopapera. Crnthltnt into the fair, joyous face, "I am am.... .. " 1 1 mouth I 00 ltaiar OX?" PUIZEH. am! 4 t4 pm LIHT WALLACE K.VAIUJOK, Arr. Clnclnntil. ... - 10 00 pout at her mother, so she resolved and bo nobler if he knows there is The lllllard Hotel with all lit ICQKn (100 T. W.VAKNOX. IIIHJ a rai CtSO pm Tb.Thrre above publlcatlent . ply rewarded for my trouble." T 00 Any i wo imve ntmeii .,w 3tivJU,UUU J Flxturetand Furniture, T. W. A V. E. VAItSO.V, People .. ..... ..... .. I M Leave Lctln(lon it I 3.1 p m and arrive at Maya- - Ilirrt Younf "Wait until you see me in my new not to ask her husband for anything one that he is responsible to for every One KrildenM on Urreu Slrrct.....SI,000 j Ilarper'a Masailoe -ville I lb p m. r'rr l'arlor (Ur leave. "14,000 CJreen iH Ilarper'a Yount People in her presence again; but no sooner thought one whom he loves till Ooe I'ealdeuco on each wir- - r. dress, and then you'll be rewarded in Leilnf ton it J II p. m. ind leave. Two Cub Trim, - 10,000 ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Ilarper'a Franklin ckjuaro Ubrary, One yetr -' CI oct o pit I at t p. m. ,,. 4,000 ,niin ,,, ' Two Caah I'rltee, each was Mrs. Townsend gone than tho old (M Numbert).... .. 10 00 earnest." -. HTANPOItU. ICY. his heart gets in a few extra beats HreCtih I'rlici, each l,000.... 6,000 I'MUt free lo all luUcrlben In the United 1,500 "Well, suppose you let mo have practice renewed. Too much occu when he thinks of her, and one who Five Ctth Prite., etch IMO ... Office In Court eVtuaxa. Cfce connection made InClnclnnall for all polate dtitetor Cantdtt. ,000 Fifty Ctth l'rltrt, rich J100 The volume! of tha Mtittlne beglnt with the North, Cut and Welt, fiicttal ratea lo Krutirante. S.ono pied with her own selfish little aimey considers him "the boss." And all one Hundred Cath rrltea, each S50. ... some tea now." Aik the Agent it the 10,000 Five Hundred Cath fritce, etch IW.... rlarea for a Numbera for June and December of each year. of tbo 'itlua (irau Itoute." Jtound-tri- p When nollmeteipecllled, It will be underilood 1,000 T EE F. HUFFMAN, "Certainly, as much as you want." sho did not notice that her husband's of you have such dear ones gazing on One Set ol lltr Furniture ....-- . that tb.aubtcrlber w libra to begin with the curticket, from Miytillleind Lctlnttou 900 . Uoo rlne I'ltno . tl number told at 100 . One HindtowerjIlverTetrJet Throughout the meal Lou was gay manner was often strangely flurried; you always. A Peck's Sun. llerper't Midline, SURGEON DENTIST, eta,for rttet on reduced ratea. tod wcl.ro tlck- rent Complete letInolneat cloth binding, willromprlt-Ing400 Boxee Old Hourbon Whliky 130... boutebold iuo.li li.VO volume. U tent addreta C1IAS A lUst.KTT. UO lOllatket ChimptgoolU and garrulous, and afterward went to there was a recklessness in his very by etprett, freight at etpenM of purrheier, on re HTANPOItl), ICY. (len. Kniljntloo Ait., Covlnfton, Ky. . 3,000 live Hundred Cath I'rlict, etch JIO Mngle volume, by The railroad which is to run from 400 Roiet Fine WlneaJS30.... celptcf IJ M r volume . UfiCO the piano and sung to her husband tenderness; he refused her nothing that JAMUC EllNHT. 0 f.AT.A. Office South aide Main Street, two doora above mill, pottpiid, M 00. Cloth rtiea, far binding, W Covcty centa by mall, ioelpald. sho asked for, and the little lady avail Wheeling to Charleston, W. Va, is 200 Uoxet ItobertaooClgart, tlOWhliky, 130, 6,000 tho styen iioiei. . . 400 Boxct Htvin tilLbcdtimo. 4,000 Index to Ilarper'a Madtlne, Alphabetical, Ana3,000 PureNltroua Oxide Oaa adulnlatered when reHve Hundred Cub Frltca, each SIO lytical, and Claulled, lor Volumea lloto, quired. "I can't make up this handsome ed herself to tho very utmost of his asking for the free right of way AM0UHTIN0 TO H69.8W. from June, laoO, lo June, IU0, on. vol., tvo, through the farms on the line of Its Whole tlckcta, ft, halvct, SI; qutrtela, 12. Cloth. 14 00. dress myself," soliloquized Airs. Fal- propitious disposition. may bemtdo by lltnk Cheek, Kxprraa, Item It lancet thould bo made by l"ot.Office Money Order or Drift, lo avoid chance ol bwt. "Ob, Edward," she said to him one routes. The agent inserts in the deed I'oetal Money Order, 01 rtcglitered Mill. Itotiuo-albl- e coner, ai she examined her treasure atcntt wanted at all olnta. For Clrcolart. Newipapen ire not lo copy thlt adverllaemeat day, as they sat together over their conveying the right of way, where giving lull Uformallon ind for tlcketa, addreaa without Ib.eiprettordrrnt llirper A Itrethere, next day; "I am sure that Edward W. V, V. Willie, Addreaa, HAUI'Ell hUOVlIKHS. TWO WEEKS I WILL HE IN bTAKFORD would rather pay tho dressmaker's dessert. "The charity ball comes off that is given freely as one of tho con WILLAKD nOTEU LOUIDVILLK, KY. New York, of each month, from flrit Munlty, and In tancat- cession, that the railtertwo weettor etcn utnin.iroiu mira ttonuiy McIlOUERTH A STAOO, AOENW. bill than have me spoil it." So she next Wednesday, and I have been ditions of the Olfic in lit. Aaanb Holel.orer Mtltlntly A Hou'a UTANrOUD. KY 'fdrthjyith t$okt Jt to a fashionable made one of the lady patronesses. I road campauy aliall soon slop at Jeast tor.. iHeotlfn. tu-n. v. niinuAn, t. tJ.o. must have a pretty dress lor the occa- one train each way on being flagged modiste and was fitted. at a point on the farm to be agreed Daneliters, Wives, Hotllsrs! EOUQE W. BODUITT, When she reached home she'fouud sion." "Order what you will," he said, upon, to take up or put off either pasa letter from her mother in New York, saying that sho would be with them laconically, as he aro3e and left the sengers or freight. This will givo Combine the chotceit catliattlc princlnlei STANFORD, Ky. every man on the line of the road a by tho following Tuesday,, and imme- table. In medicine, In proportions accurately nJ. The evening of the ball Lou was station of 'his own he and his family aod care- - Jutted to oecuro activity, certainty, and All builneMentruttfrt to hliaeroinrtlir set about preparing a room for diately Tbeclreulillon ol thlt populir newtiniier li I ally atleuded to. (UMyr uniformity ol effect. Tliey are tho remit eon.tinlly disappointed that her hushand did not can step on the cars at his own door lacrenlng. leidlng ibe?, reception,! o( yean of careful atudy nnd practical ox. newi of the billy llertldlleoattlni ill the htndy and it arransed In come home iu time to see her dress, to ride to the city or to the nearest pertinent, ana are tna inoat enectual rem' dttiirtmente. The "Dear me," she said, "I must have edy yet discovered lor dltauei caused bj .roaaion jiiwt she could not keep her party vilNge to do business, o r even to ride derangement ot the atomacli, llrer, and .Si!. TjXlVh'l !p.'.liehr ,"" " ,u"u" f tome ucw muslin curtains: I should but kbV teYr TwtwxwPw j -- DARBY 'S- bowels, which require prompt and effectual aw be ashamed for momma to tee theso, waiting, and was obliged to go oil to the next neighbor's on an errand anaaiCA treatment. Aim's 1'ilm aro specially applicable to this clavt ot diaeaSM. Thev f,.,.f.'!'fn.i,hf, T'l''i,,,:l "f'liM from all or a visit. parte thtUnloo, Thlt fetturo alone maket all darned as they nro. Edward must without seeing bim. ! act directly on the dicettlTa and aislml. Prophylactic Fluid Tll WttLtltULI) Half an hour later Falconer came latlva processes, and restore reculat Ihomott vilutbtichroolrleln the world, be an angel again, and give me nxexexexePPI! Tbe latest bit of New York gossip it home. He iuuquircd of the house1'ltlUf of Small I'olpre- - liealthr action. Their extensive) use by Ins cheapen. Every wcea It given a faithful ltd some." jireveoteil. physicians In their practice, and by all of concerning millionaires Is that young I purlled A belled chllixod nutlous, Is on Ulcere ' rollTICtt, MI HI of "Sweetest, dearest and beat of maid, who had been roused from a Mr Astor, who ran for Congress and , DR. B. MARCHI8I, Small Pox Oaiigreno prevented and proofs of their value as safe,the many embneing complete and comprehenilv. dl.pt tehsure, and cureil, Including full report! of UTIOA.N.Y., men,!" she said tohiui at dinner, "I nap by the violent jerking of the par- failed to receive the Irish vote alter peneciiy rename purgative ineutciue. ee from Wtihlngtun, Hilltkliuou the quettlont the Woundi betlH) DUooT6rt)rofDll.MAllCniSrB ol ot the Eradicated. Scurvey cured Iu rapidly, vlituea compounded vegetable concentrated tiieechetof eminent a abort lleluB Ih. hour. am in a worse fix than was the Prin- lor bell, if her mistress had gone out; having danced at a ball with a y of purely aubstauces, tie. THIMBU birilTUBllT UTERINE CATUOLICON, they are ios!tlvciy free from calomel or Tellter dried pp. cess Graciosa; (wont you be Percinet, and sleepy as the girl was, sho was at girl uamed Lizzie Lynch, owes A POSITIVE SURE FOR rCMAUIOMHAim. any injurious properties, and can be admin- of Ih. Weekly Henld glvet Ih. Itte.1 at well rethe moat practical auggetllonaanddltcaveriet tt U peri'.ttiy haruilca.. For Sore Throat It la a istered to children startled (as she afterward averred) 'Thla remedy will act la harmony with the and come to my assistance?' with perfect safety. Contagion dcttroyed, sick roomi ining lo the dutlet of Ih. firmer, hlnlt for ture eur. bis defeat to tho mono aud exertions intern tt ail timet, nnd alto Immediately poultry, gralne, treet, vegetable, Ac., tud nude pletiint, Ivvtred tick iiertona renterln. moaclea. aud Arm's Pills are an effectual euro for "What is it you want now ?" asked "by tho look of his face," as he dis- of Yanderuilt, this being tbe lat upon the abdominal and and Btroni; coudtlioa. lieved iud refrealiid by llallilng with I'rophyltc-ll- o for them ton hetlthy Constipation or Costlvvtieas, Indices, Ae, wlthtuggetlluni reptlr keepingii building! iud firm ug utenilli In Fluid added to tho wtleri hofl while com' missed her. Ihlt luppleuienleit Dr. UtrcbUl'a L'tcrlno Ctth ojlcon will cote f til Falconer, beginning to get nervous. ot Appetite, by a tlon. Dyspepsia, department, widely cooled, unmethod of revenging hiuislf for lu; of tb. womb, Lncorrhiea, c'bronle IbStmma-liotcr! arcured. by III ute a?oul Htoiuacli uml Ilrcntli, UUzluoss, der lb. bead of He went to his own room, where tbe and L'lcirttloa of the Womb, Jucldenttl Vnnder-bil- t ib uaiiunx, of tbe "Oh, lovo, my muslin curtains are Til a tioua, Headache, Loss of Steinory. Numbness, llcmorrlitge or flooding, rtlnful. 8upretted Impure Air nude hira family to tbe social circles in and Irrtcoltr Henitrnallou, Kidney Complaint, Itlllousness, JuiiikIIco. Ithenniatlsin, duegiving rece lor practical dlibet, bluti for link, ten iml purlded )) Diphtheria 10 ragged as to disgrace the house, and little Eddie was asleep, but abruptly clothing ind lor keeping un with the lilett and la etpeclally adapted to tb Chaste (if Ufa. aurlnkllug Darby'. KMiptlona uml tiklu Iilsenses, Dropsy, Kvtry llemofivok-lu- g free. All Icttert mamma is coming to visit me next turned from the peaceful picture. which the Astora move. Aa the orig- Hand for pamtibictASdreaaaa above. of Inquiry riuia about. Tumors, Worms, Ncuralalu, Colic, fithtoniat Ih.lowenprli In Ihlt deparlmeul la or economy luggetleil I'rciciiicil. freclT anawered. lo purify thebr ea I li (Irlpos, Dlnrrliuea, Dysentery, Gout, hiatllrally lealed byetperta before publication. Tho heavy ice of despair lay on his inal Astor traded NAI.K 11V Al.l.llltL'ClCISTH. I'll II Cleiuielha Teeth, It Keek; she U always so particular l'llvs, Disorders of the Liver, and all Letter! from our l'tili tnd London correiiond-enPrice 1.60t.r buttle, lio euro and aik for to tbe Indians for furs, and turpaueu. can't on tha very litett fatbloea. Tha Home Deother dkeascs resulting from a disordered about appearances, and I want to heart. Falconer & Frost had failed, tbe original Vauderdilt sculled across Dr Marcblat'tVterlneCitbollcon. Takeuobthtr Cholera be partment ol the Weekly Herald will tavo tb. dlMlpaleil rjblpr.ver prevented by It state of the digestive apparatus. houtewlf.inore ttiau one hundred limet Ibe price ute Kemuvwall unpletiiftt odort. Catarrh reget some fresh ones to put iu hor and he was a defaulter to the amount tbe Kant river for 5 cenU, tbe claims lieved and lured, reAs a Dinner Pill they have no equal, of the piper. Tb. tuliietliof Kryalielaa rured. room." of more thousands than ho could ever of both families to a place among the IIU. A GIAnOMBWATlOX. 1582. lieved luitaully. Petri ifrivtnted. IuIlurnt oa ciki SSILLSOLthOa While Kontle Iu their action, these PlLLS ar. looked aflcr, and everything relating lo me. " death In the boute. It are tho most thorough and searching cathar- """ "Is it absolutely uecessary to have hope to repay; his good fortune was aristocracy of this country seem to be Semi-Weekl- y chaulciand labor tiling it carefully rieorded einuiu aiwayeijout- a Interior Journal uc mat can i employed, nun ueer give I her. la a page devoted lo all tho latetl pbitciof ibout lha rorpa- -i muilin curtains, Lou? Wouldn't goue; nothing but beggary and ruin equally sum. will prevent any un lulu unless Ihe boivels ore Inllamed, and Ihe builueet uiirketa, crop., nitrchtndlte, do , Ac. Ncurlct And tbo Loultvllle- healing They stimu- A vtluible fell ure l louiul in th.tpeclilly rc)it-opictttni tmeii. jhen their lulluoiico dimity do just as well ? I'm sure you lay before him, and the disgrace Amsweu This. Did yuu erer know a prices and ooudil loot of late the appetlto C'urctl An Antidote lor ani- pierate to purify and digestive organs; they mal or vegetable rson to be 111 without Inaction of the Weekly Courier -- Journal would bo rtllected upon his wife aud iuut hvtj spare set." and enrich the blood, and Tiiaraoovca ma nan ttlngi, Ae. Snorting uewi at bom. and abroad, tog.tber Dingeroui clUuvlii of luitiart renewed liealth uud vigor to the witnatUirr .very week.i leruiou by torn, pJiButmjiujma iiiiccuitomed to, child. ,Ile passed to bis dreosing-room- , Slouucb, Liver and Kidney, or did you One year lor 8,no-lw- o teri for little more whole system, than tbo price of one. ever know one who wna well when either dlvln., literary, uuilcal, draiualle, peraoual lUk roomi ind hoepliilt removed by IU ute. Yelluimliii curtains, and I know she Uy luylof uill W you will receive furoneyrar turtle J the key on the inside mm uotei Tbtrott no piper Iu the low rover ndlcated. Iu fact It It lb. gtett obstructed or imellvr; and djd jou your loue Hir with the Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., aud leaeunliintau much nana milter every wurld Ibe which week wouldn't feel at home with auy other and ten minute later the people weru Disinfectant and Purifier aa tha Vt'e.kly Herald, which It aeut, potltg. free, ever know or hear of any caie Ojf tho Uift rprenl.llveii-wipie- r ablrtl of lb Mouth, tntl the liinlly Ueetly Iu the Analytical Cliciulitt, Practical and )!. briithietlind who diilro to rtuulnia for out oolltr. k ou c.n tulncrlba at any time. rnrmu nr kind. There startled by tho report of a pistol. They ihtt l(iu Hitler would nut cure; Aik UBlicd tjlalet. TboM The New York Herald, Iu a weekly form, St Lowell, Man. a pi cvpy j, ii zi:m. a to,, cau do to at Ne,W YOUK IIEUALU, ajctr. Addreet and let me gel them." forced the door, aod fouud that to tho your nelihbiirt)?0uie ijlieatton, ritun. thltoince. ol Ih (OLD Manufacturing 1,'btulita, Sole t'roprletora. T ALL CnUOOIITI XTiatWHIXg. Krotdwsy sod Ann itrctt, New York "I plUDj MIBTI Iff WKSOSX lit THE TXC- lt ST.ASAPHHOTEL fta-te- fm . PER pet-tfshl- r. MYERS HOTEL! be-fo- ' II vriirtf-wt- t m i ft ait A V-Add- ress (MK ilile-b- ar rtv Stt E 1 j aub-Je- cl i: (I -- lemO-rall- '., Tl, Harpers Weekly n; ar ... ... - son-ln-Ia- H half-poutin- kind-lu- 1 d, l'net-(S- c GEO. I. WEAKl, LO. 1882. GINGINIVAIII Harper's Magazine ' FREE y, lil-ly- .' ' ihove-nara- a .. ...-- ..... ..-.. . ,... time-fold- loCln-clnut- v Inelu-liv- e, irmnE u iNOTIOE r N.Y.Wookly Herald. CONSTABLE, Cathartic Pills only $i a year. Great Germ Destroyer, WBVMlr BjBfllHLjHlxlx J. rt cigar-factor- le lex-to- n Its e d jack-kniv- ' I'r 1 d pole-on- .ml-Di- Courltr-Journa- t, luuiler-Juuru- !r