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Semi-weekly interior journal: January 24, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882012401_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: January 24, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. I f V0UU-MX.--NUM- Sons - Balli 1'ntefio 510. iwtfiai NEW FALL SERIES-NUMB- ER STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY. JANUARY Rtstnurantt 24, 1882 Reraccination. li. OF Climate and Altitude. Caff Tho W. P. miTOtl, - . Eilttor ant Proprietor T. tt.WALTOH, -- -- SuiisqniiTK),v, 2.50 Tan Annum, TnvaIuaiii.y in Advanck. Pettical Gems. Th lilfa liaa ttioiiiiin.l rjit, An J lhailaj Imtona, Ytl Hi. Ilflii f Ih. Wight wotl.l .lira Vltli tha J) let tun, rrerfr- , . - Business Manager. , f A fiAol. Trrtli ShrolDlJii h llhtf tfit wlJ5la lib l".a Whan Iota la dona. tIJ, iirtjfiinfftf IhmiunJ art, V1 V t Krtp puitilitf 'tla wlrr taan ililfug asMa, Anil lhln( and wattbln and waiting lh In Hfa'a tar ntUatllthr nl? pratall, Vifilillf narcli onward q.l nttcr r Tnata li a lull In win no r tin Of louilljr pubthklnf Mi ahama, On Mla'a wlnp Immoral acamlala 11, Whtlit ililuoui atllona aralxit born toil '"' l. arlhlr't jf lini, end Vaccination, times tho small boy is alivo to tlio terror mid humors of tlio , ifTfii S main Bo In iiaallux ta lrf Tako three or four small boys who havo passed through tlio ordeal i vaccination, noil lot them get hold of tlio small boy who has yet to undergo that trial. The young in nocent, itands with mouth ngapo and distended cars whilo tlio others describe tlio operation!). "Tin. doctor tells yen 'Haul oil that colit!' Then ho tells yer. Roll up that sleeve!' When yer got ycr sleeve up, he takes a great lig knife and join i tenter, ycr arm, up to tlio halldlei' ' 'the blooU flics nil over things, and the doctor mops it up with a big sponge. Oh, ycr havo no idea of tlio blood! Then ho takes a lot of itull what he's got mixed up on aplecopf, glaM,.an' ho etulls it inter tlio cut what ho'a made, mid that is intUe'waxInation'what he's ter yer. Whilo he's iu tho waxination every job ho makes is agoin' to ycr heart it's just liko tnkin' ycr life, so it is." When a boy who lias thus been encouraged is Anally marched iuto the doctor's office, three or four comforters manago to slip iu and viow the operation looking as solemn as so many mourners at u funeral. Tho buy who is about to undergo Capt. W. C Bell tho operation at lost his his arm bar For. satisfactory reasons, Ca"pt, W. cd. Tho doctor grasps tho. limb, and . Dell declined to allow his uamo to tho boy turns aside' his iace nod I pale.' His teoth are firmly net, go before the Stato Convention at ho tries to smile, as ho catches tho Frankfort as a camlidato for Clerk- oycrcono of, his companions. ii- - shin of tho Court of Appeals. While wants 10 oc oravo u posinie. 'f10j Kentucky is the loser by this deter- cold noint of tho doctors Inn inuehni niumtion, Anderson county 11 tho the baro skin ot his nrru,, and ho Bainor' b' n ,ar majority, in that thinks ji cash tovcrnl inches in lencth "0 still has the bes Circuit Clerk in Anderson News, has boon mado in his flesh. Ho twists lho Stato. 0f ,,,e lonK ,lst of liKla for tho his head around to look for tho wound, and tho doctor twists it bick, telling ofilco &f Appellate Clerk.wo supposo no 0IH) f them was better qualified to him to "keen still." Then tho lanco begins to prick tho "orouBuiy perioral its. uuties than skin nod the small boy imagines that Lapi.iseil, nor among tnem a ruore tho point of the steel is fur down to- thoroughbred gentleman. IIo can rest ward tho bone of his arm, working assured that the Kighth District would about tho sinews and muscles. The hovo given him a unanimous endorse boy's lips aro compressed, his eyes nro ment, but for the belief that tho Dealmost closed, his neck drawn down mocracy owed Col. Wolfurd a debt between his shoulders, and his right that was part due aud ought to be leg so drawn down that only the toes paid. Tho Wabiiinoton Monument. of tho foot touch tho floor. Tho small boy's chin t falls he engineer in cbargo of tho Washinggives himself up for dead. Ho is sure ton Monument, in Washington, retho doctor has cut a vein and that ports that tho addition to the height blood is spurtiug in all directions. of tho structure sinco the work was Ho has not tho couraco to turn his renowed, August 7, 18S0, is 100 feet. head to look. Ho is about to faint Tho monument is now 200 feet high feet when tho doctor pulls down his slcovo nbovo tho base. Sovcnty-fou- r aud says: "Now, boy, put ou your wcro added last year. Tho balance of appropriation nvailablo December , coat you're all right." Tho small boy can hardly believe 1, was enough to carry tho obelisk to his cars. His heart gives a great tho height of 28G feet. bound of joy aud relief. A smilo ir It has been discovered in Germany radiates his face, and in about a niin-ut- that electricity may bo employed he is ono of tho bravest of tho to great advantage iu hiving bees. bravo. An hour later he is out an Uy applying two connecting wires to tho streets describing to other small tho honeycomb, tho insects aro apparboys tho terrors ot "waxination," nnd ently stupefied lor the tiuio being, how tho. doctors rip and tear through nnd will not sting. Thoy regain their flesh and muscles with their big activity in lho coureo of half au hour knives. nnd seem to sutler no injury. a mi 1 A Kino in America- .- A railroad "Strange that 1880 should como taid ton correspondent of the lawjer N. Y. Tribune: "Tho nearest ap- twice iu tlio jame ceutury I" said Tom proach to royal power to which any to Jack. "But it doesn't," replied man can attaiu iu thii country, is to the latter. "Indeed it does," continpossess great railroads. Ilii dominion ued Tom; "for wasn't year beforo last Is thus, as great na that of almost any 1880, and isn't this year 1880, too, kihg'oii tho globo. His subjects moro (1882?)" docile and fully as dependent. He According to President Taylor, tho is conveyed from oufl part of the head of tho Mormon church, there nro country to another iu regal splendor, iu Utah 05,070 members of tho church, nnd rcceivos tho reverence from his dopend.-.jt- . subjects that no kiug in not couutiug 31,701 children uudcr this ceniury over teceived from a civ eight years of ago. m ilized pi pie " a Doctors say that gout may bo in0 Ntnvous Si'H'Kiu.HH -- Nerotianei la of- herited. If any fellow were to lcuvo ten slUiulriljbriiiaujr annojlngsrniptoiiia, us tho gout, we should contest his such u black spots Hitting bt fare tlie'eyes, will on tho grouud of insanity. ringing or butting in the earn, dailies of a a tislonaiy light in darkners, Inability to The man who gets the gist of tho florae-time, situation. J Tho Virginia City KnUrprm (No- vailn,) furniMio.1 tho following: Tlio relations of climnto to nltitudo nro Very intimate, but In moH regions nro not apparentthat i, not vMblo to tho cjc. Hero, however, it Is liferent. For injlmico, yesterday whilo nil tho hill and mountains round about wcro arrayed in robes of dazzling white, thcro was In tho center of tho Ivuleru landscape ono big spot of brown. This was on tho Carson IUvcr, down toward Fort Churchill. Thcro not only tho valley land, but also all tho low bordering hills remained a deep and dcsolato brown. It was liko ii dirty spofIcfl In tho mid-dl- o of a newly whitewashed wall. Although this spot ii nt nogrcatdistanco from this city, the pcoplo thcro walk about on bare groan J, while hero wo wado in a foot of snow. Willi thorn it, is only lato autumn; with us it Is genuiuo winter. However, thoy havo not far to go to get a tnsto of winter. Half a mile from their homos would tako most of them up iuto the snow belt. Persons who havo lived all their lives in prairio and oth cr level regions havo but an indistinct notion of tho groat iuflueuco nltitudo has upon climate. When their plains aro bare, they do not know that winter It often but ono hundred fectubovc their heads. Tn this mountainous region no havo an excellent opportunity of studying s tlio effects of altitude. It it quito wonderful to observo the evenness of tho snow line- - It is drawn midway up the faco of tho wholo lino of hills as neatly as though marked with a chalk line. Sometimes it is higher, sometimes it is lower, ow Tho oven-nes- s ing to the teraicrature. depends a great deal upon the air. When thcro is much wind the enow lino is not well defined, but when it is calm tho strata of tho aro perfectly regular. Tho snow lino is then as level as though it wero tlio wutcr lino of a lake. Frequently, when no now lies on our streets, wo can ecu on the slope of Sit. Davidson, only 200 or 300 feet abtivo us, tlio line "separating us from tho region of winter. latest wrinklo iu connection with tho transportation of cattle is that of Mr. Tingloy, of lho Humane Llvo Stock Express Company. Home timo ago tho wimo gentleman invented a. feed car, theoretically good hut practically a failure Tho grain nnd wa tcr were placed on the roof, and pass ed down by pipes when required; but tho troughs in tho crowded cattlo cars got dirty, nnd tho nnimnls refused to cat out 01 mem. An attempt was then nmJo to substltuto cars with compartments, so ns tn keep tho cattlo separate, but this rendered thc.cnrs unfit for any ether purpoea on tho return trip, nnd was abandon ed. Mr. Tingley'a present cchemo is n simple one. It is to establish a num ber of "cattlo restaurants" along each lino of railroad that transports live stock. Thoy will bo two hundred miles apnrt, and the cuttle can bo fed and watered every twclvo hours When n train with n load of cattlo ou board gets within twenty miles of one of these restaurants, n telegram will be eent to tho officer In charge, and when the train arrives everything will bo 111 readiness. Great iron cups, about as largo as and something in tho shapo of a good-sizekitchen pot, will contain food and water, run into them through rubber pipes from tanks above. Tho train will stop between two rows of theso troughs, those ou ono side containing water, nnd thuso ou tho other side containing four quarts of food, consisting of a mixture d ' o man is a candidate. They say the Offico ho wants is Fat, though tho mouth he puts up to get it is not. IIo is so glad to sco you ho Smiles, and asks you to Smile also. He holds oq to your Hand, like a man does to a woman's Hand that is soft and warm and Satisfied, until you tell him how What Becomes of Dead Birds your Wifo nnd all your Children nie, How strango it is that, considering and also how your Neighbor's Wives tho millions of birds born every year, and Children arc. Do not think he dead ones arc so seldom seen. To each will Always do this. If ho gets the little songster in turn comes the trag- Office he will put his Heels up on the edy sickness, decay nnd death yet, jam and his feca in his vest pocket, even in tho woods, it is raro to find a and let you alouo. If he does not get dead bird. Who buries them f One the office, ho will lay it on to you, aud can find it in his heart to belicvo in then ho will uot ask yon Anything, tho pathetic robbius of olden story, but will Walk straight along on the aod turn up tho leaves to see if per- bricks nnd never look your way when chance, some stray feather may not you meet him. Glasgow Times. betray the hidden mausoleum. It is Tho Richmond Palladium tells an odious to think that they havo becomo tho proy of others of their species, or awful story of a letter received by a of enemies prowling in wait for their farmer living at Lynn, a few miles hours of weakness. Hut nature man from Richmond, on the Grand Rapids ages her n flairs so well that doubtless road, from Cincinnati, containing sevtho obsequies are conducted with or eral smallpox scabs. The man took der nnd regularity, and if wo had but tho letter from the office, placed it in eyes to tee them, wo should find rel- his pocket, and did uot open it until ics of our songsters doing their part ho reached home. The only writing to fertilize and enrich the tceces of was: "I tend rou somo smallpox scabs; now go homo and die." The their former existence. inclosures were submitted to a physi He Was A Donkey Diuvkr. cian, who declared them to be what When au Austin schoolmaster entered they purported. The envelope was his temple of learning, ono morning, postmarked Cincinnati, and had the he read on tho blackboard the touch- word "transit" stamped upon it. This ing legend : is the only clew tho detectives have to "Our teacher is a donkey." the diabolical villain. 9m 0 The pupils expected there would bo The Lancet evidently gives little und earthquake, a combined cyclouo but tho philosophio pedagogue con-- i credit to tho stories of tho injury done flowers in sleeping-roombut, tented himself with adding the word by nevertheless, counsels people to bo "driver" to tho legend, and opened overcautious, and, therefore, to ban the school with prajcr as usual. ish from their bedrooms all growing Texas Siftings. plants. They can do no good, and a A Chicago woman, having ordered it is possible thoy may diffuse irritaher servant to say that she was not at ting particles or perfumes. I. homo, was so anxious to hear the voice During tho last ninety years, over of an old lover of her who was talkiug ono thousand people havo been burn with tho servnnt iu tho hall that she ed up iu theatres, and in the saruu leaned too far over tho banister, lost timo over six thousand have perished her balauco and fell to tho bottom, in church accidents. Still wo would breaking her arm aud leg. not advise pcoplo to frequent theatres a a Dr. Barktdulo of tho Virginia Lun- to the cntiro exclusion of churches. atic Asylum reports the case of a This is tho latest : "Do you wear lunatic whose brains weighed sev- a pad?" "No, but my cousiu's dad, enty ounces. This is believed to be whose health was bad, over since ho the largest brain ou record excopt that was a lad, he wears a pad. Isn't it of Oliver Cromwell. egad."-Vaude- rbilt sad?" of ground corn, oats, nnd cut hay. Each car will havo sixteen openings on each side, all of which can be easily closed when tho car which need bo nothing moro than au ordinary cattlo car, such ns is at present used is required for other purpose on tho return trip. Tho device for mov ing tho water and feed troughs to the openings is not complicated. "Stontwalf Jackson. Tho story of the killing of General Jackson has been told over anil over again, but novcr seems to Iw wanting in dramatic interest, and is as oitcn read by thoco whom tho history of tho itrugglo for freedom never fails to attract. It was nt Chnncellorsvillc, in May, 1803, when ho turned Hooker's right, upon which ho turned by surprise. Tho Jackson rode out with his staff and escort. That was Oor lOji'clockof tho night of May, 2. He was riding on his "Old Sorrell" toward his own men. The liltlo Iwdy of horsemen were mistaken for, Federal cavalry charging, and the Itebel regiments on tho right and left of lho road fired a sudden volley into them. General Jackson received ono ball in bis left nrm, two inches below tho shoulder joint, shattering the bono and severing the chief artery; n second passed through tho snmo arm, bctweon the elbow and wrist, coming out through tho palm of tho hand; a third entered the palm of tho right hand, about the middle, nnd passed through, breaking two of tho bones. Ho fell from his horse, and was caught by an officer at hand. Later he was found, placed upon n litter, and couveyed to the rear. On his way to a placo of safety, ono of tho litter bearers was shot nnd Jack-so- u fell from tho shoulders of the men, receiving n fovcro contusion, adding to the injury of tho arm, and in juring tho side considerably. IIo died eight days afterward at Guinea's Station, somo fivo miles from the place well-know- n Tho following is a portion of a paper read beforo n Medical Society In Cincinnati, by a distinguished Physician: "Soventy-flv- o per cent, of tho rcvaccinntions wcro successful, and nearly 00 per cent, took, with all tho constitutional disturbances, somo even greater than a primary vaccination, thereby indicating that tho primary vaccination had not been sufficient to thoroughly Infect them and protect them fr6m smallpox had they been exposed to it. My observations as a practitioner of medicine for full 20 years confirms tho truth of the above record, and forces mo to tho conclusion that our American physicians, as a rule, do not introduce sufficient vaccine virus into tho arms of their patients. Thoy make but one insertion usually, and while it is possible to make ono insertion largo enough to givo complete infection, nevertheless full 00 per cent, of their vaccinations aro so insufficient as to give but little protection. This is an astounding statement, and, if true, should arouse tho profession aud lead them to revac-ciuat- o their patients at onco. Tho rule has been that after vaccination has been performed in infancy, it should bo repeated after the establishment of puberty say from twolve to sixteen years of age, and again about middle lifo. A good rule will be for every person to bo revacciuated soon after they have grown into manhood or womanhood, and then at least onco during the p revalence oi every epidemic to which they may bo ex. Hi Ill AVE l Notice to the People of Stanford and Vicinity..J i;8T IlEc 11 It VEI) 1881. - . ANI OPENED THE CHOICEST it haa fra, anil rnmprlwa the bml In Ilia tntrtet. You will Sail aiMTlhtnr Ult a Merchant Tailor ought to liata. Th atock comprUra CIoIIih, ('HHvhiirroH, DlHRniiHlmuiil 11 r.Hrgo Nrlccllnn of Went (till from UittllCHi.MiiiiiiriiclnrlcM or France HiiUlinglRHil. a!ttte-- ln STOCK EVER BROUGHT wllh ON! Ural-rla- I.AMr HUT NOT LEAST, A BPIXNDI!) MNF. OFTIUMMINQS. Cutting and Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. Thankful for paat farora, I lior, br atrlct attMiUon to tmnlneM, to merit It. C. KWMMBY. ! eontlnnanca of tha tana. F. STUKENBORGr & BBO., FITJlKHsrillTl CTIIRIIElill MATTRESSES, CHAIRS, 5 agaiK2gaMWjj Manufacturers and Dealera In A Irnli of Parlor Suits, Hiitl 11 No. O &c. rust I'varl .Street, CINCINNATI, O. YOU WILL AVE 10 TO IS IT.lt CENT. ON A bill of (ooila at our liouao. HHH Qui a - French Drawing Case Seta, Marble-Towith Larue Glass, Ate-15- , ?50, $00, 875 & Upwards. Bureau Bets, 820, 825, 830 and up. Parlor Suits, Seven Pieces, ' Either in Hair, Cloth or Terry, At 830, S35, 8 10, 850 A Upwards. Visitors to our city are respectfully invited to call and see our stock of goods, whetherthey wish to pur chase or not Aim. It A. 8 SMflDB VM V ImIJmI hm tfCRHfinHna- 1 M Hi ieaii!KSB9MH M II i:nt I'rnrl .St., l.oivrr Mhle, Ncarftnln, Ciiicliinntl, Ohio, HEMEMOnit THE PLACE, I iTiiMrrJ'"- - ,ri "i'j where ho fell. The Candidates. posed." a Clock Made op Bread. a m JOHN Stal Music, OX3C03FLCJ3E3C cte WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN OO.. Milan That i has a curiosity in a clock which is made entirely of bread.. The maker is a Peruvian, a native of India, and ho has devoted threo years of his time to tho construction of this curiosity, Ho was very poor and, being without means to purchaso the necessary metal, deprived himself regularly of his daily bread, which he devoted to the PIANOS AND ORGANS Mi, and .11 Kinds of Musical Kerchndise, NO. 66 WEST FOURTH ST., CINCINNATI, O. Grand PIANOS, Square PlAWOib, and Upright PIANOS, In Rosewood, Satin wood, Mahogony, French Walnut and Ebonized Cases, in elegant designs to correspond with any style of Furniture. construction of his curiosity, eating tho crust and saving the soft part for doing his work. He made use ot a certain salt to solidify his material, and when the various pieces, were dry, they wero perfectly hard and insoluble to water. Tho clock is of respectable size, and goes well. The case, which is also hardened bread, displays great talent iu design and execution. a Elegant Parlor Organs, ChaDel Organs, Church Organs, With one Manual, with two Manuals and Pedals, containing the most tiful, powerful and useful combinations ever procured in reed Instruments. beau- a microscopically perfect is the watch making machinery now in use, that screws aro cut with nearly 600 threads to the inch though the finest used in the watch has 250. The threads aro invisible to tho naked eye, and is takes 144,000 of the screws to weigh a pound, their value being six pounds ot pure gold. So a ' There came to him a man with bluo spectacles. "Your eyesight is bad," suggested tho gentleman. "No," replied the appli cant, "not at all ; but I clean silverware till it shines so brightly that I am obliged to wear glasses to protect ray eyes." do-- Wo invite the public attention to our large and well selected stock, of and our unequaled facilities for furnishing the best class of instruments at low rates. We purchase for net cash in' larger quantities than any other house in this city. The expense of our PIANO and ORGAN Department is far less than Bome houses doing exclusively a Piano and Organ trade. Wo have reached lower prices than have been tendered by any dealers in this market, and guarantee all instruments as represented. Wo sell on easy monthly or quarterly payments, and any instrument taken on trial, not proving as represented, may We solicit correspondence with persons desirbo returned at our expense. ing to purchase, and take pleasuro in answering all inquiries. PIANOS and ORGANS, JOHN CHURCH & CO. A man in Paris advertised for GEO. D. WEAREN, STANFORD, LANCASTER and HUST0NVILLE, DEALER IN mestic who was neat. Grain, Wool, Orchard Grasss and. other Seeds, a 11 whose parents frequently moved from one bouse to another, was asked by the teacher: "Why did tho Israelites move out of Egypt ?" "Because they couldn't pay their rent, I reckon," was tho reply. ican A little bay, m 1 beauty about tho AmerIf the jurors don't hang tho murderers they usually hang themselves, and that is protty nearly as good, nuly it isn't permanent enough. Bloomington (.III.) Eyt. There is one jury system. says: no-gr- o Tho Louisvillo Commercial (Rep.) c "It was the moat orderly held in the Convention ever State, and tho gentlemen who were prepared with big speeches wcro promptly squelched." Dam-ociati- a a A Knusas man has sued bis wife for divorce, saying ho was not the father of her child. She' admits tho allegation, and says if alio depended ou hi in alio never would havo had n aud a specific iu cases of smallpox. child. Nervous people find comfort in celery. Eight of the Presidents of tho UniA Quaker's advico to his ton on his. ted States havo been members of the wedding day : "When theo weut a Washington, courting I told theo to keep thy eyea Masoulo Fraternity Jackson, Fierce, IJuchuimn, Andrew wido open. Now that theo is married Johnson, Gurfield aud Arthur, Ltell theo to keop them half shut." You can always tell tho fastidious culls mail by his eendiug tAteuty-seveaud collars to tho laundry accompanied by one linglo shirt. Yonkcrs Gazette. n "Isn't this turkey very thiu ?" askOb ed the lady. "No madam," replied server. the truthful denier, "it's not thin. Celery boiled in milk and eaten What you mistake ihr bones aro its It is a henturkoy, you with the milk served as a beverago is corsets. said to bo a cuio for rheumatism, gout know." "Yes, A Philadelphia manufacturer says: "Wo sell large quantities of oleomargarine to farmers in bulk. Tnoy it home, stamp It, briug it to market and sell it as their owu production." .f-- - "i . 'fw--'gllHy-l'ri'ksv- ? w mm a mi look up or about suddenly without grow Ins; faint or tllny, 'waktfnlnen, vivid drenminit, etc., ail of which la permanently cured ualng Ilrotru' Irpn Hitters. j Acer's Pill are tlie beat of all puritatlvoa proverb that it is butter to give than for family a m a a ue. Tlier are pleaian), ajfe certain, and. yqur calculations accurate, by TIia man wlin wpnl in WftrV ivtlll rtceive, is tho fellow who has tho and sure, and excel all other Pills In heal, ualng Drown' Iron IlitNra. It strengthen GJasgqw Times. will must have been a lawyer. itch. mind and body, log aud curative; qualities. -- A.3STDD "You are weak," said a woman to Mouitm, Hii -- Italic, who was remonstrating against ICeupvrM, her son (ii-ulMilky IMowm, Drill, Cnrii-riuulcrOf the disasters at sea last year, 09 her marrying again. "Yes, mother," UullUittorH, Harrows, 4 Mt'UH-'iittcrTbreh- vessels were etrauded, 40 fouudered, 7 he replied, "I am so weak that I can't liiU MiU'hiiiCH HUd EiiKlHt'tfi burned, 11 missing, 0 abandoned, 2 go a stepfather." And other Implements and Machinery. Wa bur exeluiiTelr from Ifinufaetnrert. sunk by ice, 1 broko iu two aud was Tho crying baby at tho public lots, and oouteauentlv obtain the lareest disoouat and uuect, for cash, in destroyed by explosion. lowest rates of freigbt. Oar motto is t 'Tirst - cliss Goods a; Keasonable r ncwr? meetiug is liko a good suggestion; it the Best is always the Cheapest." Hespectfully, Lighten the burden of life, Uilke tucceaa ought to be carriod out. x, car-loii BUGGIES CABEIAGBS, R 'W GEO. D. WEAREN, Staafoid.Ky. w. ii. with Kits, cmix.v a Williams, I Manager Uurattar lwt. Miatjon lluitonTlUt Dt. ' flJJB1 'W""" i ui'i "i wm I Mr J. R. lelysrd, General 8rperln Hon. Clstlcson N. Totter, of New temlentffthe K C R. It Is In town. It York, ! said to be dying. Senator Williams has Introduced a la very hesrlr a settled fact thst IM plsre bill to appropriate $760,000 to build a new Is to be tho junction of his road wills the ICY I A N , and di n't you forget It. Custom House in LoulaiJIIe. At Pint Kill, Hundav, a negro named Conductor C, P. Meranda was Villed Tuesday Morning, January 24, 1882 VJMG, by his freight train near Providence Bu- Charlie Halls, was slabbed by a while man wnnnds fiom named Reynolds, receiving tton on the 8. R.II. Monday night. V. P. WALTON, .EDITOR There are 0.1,000 insane patients In which he died In a few hours lternnlda the various asylums of the United States, wss anested and his trial set for yesterday. t aTl... 1..a t..f .1.. f I.. I.. . and It is estimated that there are 21,000 Ik'vicw of the many tcrriblo murInihe case of Commonwealth v. James not In asylums. ders by men, who nftcrwards go frco Jodge French Tipton, of the d 1!::, oh a pica of insanity, Senator Hallam Jitjuler, has been elected deputy has introduced n bill in the Kentucky grand chancellor of the Knights of Tyth-la- s .mn"ce Legislature, providing that no defense of Kentucky, of that sort shall bo entertained upon Representative Thompson has Intro- ed, Thn,,M..on giving ban in ti,. ,un. .of ' i duced bill that the tax upon liquors in $100 In ech esse, Wm. Brown and J. a trial for crime, but an inquest of Brown were his bondsmen. bond shall be due and payable only upon lunacy may bo held prior to the trial, W.A.Owens, who wa tried for the their withdrawal. and if tho accused ia found insano ho The cost of maintaining the public murder of James Langford at the last shall be confined in an Asylum for schools In this country last year was about term of our Circuit Court and acquitted, life, unless tho Judge can determine estly protest and vote agaiust it." (78,000,000, about $50,000,000 of which has sent the following letter to this depigment with a requeit for its publication: that the caso is probably tcmpornry,ln went for the payment of teachers. Judoe Cox, observing that he had Anderson Jones was the only man which event, ho may order inquests I ask every fivo touts until ho recovers. If put his foot in it by refusing Guiteau legally hung in this country Friday. He express a little space In your columns to my very many kind to speak in his own behalf, thereby killed a man to get rid of paying a$7 debt. friends who thsnka to the In such a law wero passed it would in a stood br me mv late troub The execution took place at Atlanta, Ga. Ard llirrr New Ykas: Ureetlnl les. I can never forget them, nor tin good great neasttre deter a certain class of declaring iu advance of tho jury that 11 is now said Inst a drunken assero- - men fiom this county and Pulaski who he is insane, decided to rescind his orOld Santa Claus' Headquarters murderers irom their bloody work. blytnan caused the accident on the Hod-so- n tried my case, and who, believing I was IImh a big 11 or As tho law now stands any scoundrel der and allow him tho privilege which Hirer R. It. by pulling the air btate bound tn do what I did, turned me loose My lawjeta made a splendid good fight for and bo ac he, as a lawyer in his own case, was con! and slopping the train just previous me I shall alwava remember them for can slay his fellow-maWILLIAM M. WEBER'S Tho the wy thi'v snick to me, and especiho can produco evi- entitled. Scovillo concluded his fivo to the disaster. qui tied, provided A disastrous fire occurred at Atlanta ally Mr. V O Brsdley, who was untiring DRUG & BOOK STORE MtVcrnon.Ky. I dence, be it purjurcd or otherwise, days harangue Friday, and Guiteau His speech was very eloSaturday night destroying eight buildings, in Ids eflorla GENUINE luimenM conditio that ho had acted a little peculiarly was allowed to deliver his speech Sat- with a loss on stock and houses of half a quent, and preented ray esse to the Jury Photograph stock of HalMar pood", HIIWa In of Ant irrsl , exactly as it ws. Mr. Warren, the Com- binding, llirtAIMmnlnlairli-rlrs- variety, is urday. It was the samo that he had Ilookt, on one or two occasions. Mutleal Jf he million. James G. Wlckham, of Rich- monwealth's Attorney, prosecuted me hard, tinlU, all iltraanl ti.pt. Toll I Uttt, Ij. .. sent to tho Asylum, it is only for a written for delivery and had given to mond, Va., was burned to death. Kilrartt.l'oni. but It was bis duty lo do that, and I hare dlra rorlmonl.aand Olla, Ae A tplendlt no feeliniia over anything that happened adM, and tienllemen. eliolce line of Joelrjr for In his speech Dsvidge described few weeks, for tho medical men there the press, after tho Judgo's first decis n Ctndlea, Kirs Crack In the trial I had much tumble, and en, Ac ss follows: "We have shown this now, with () d's help, Intend henceforth will speedily find tbe truo stato nt the ion. Judge Porter is now delivering I tho closing speech for tho prosecution alleaed fool to bo In religion a hyncrlle, to live quiet, sober, peaceable life And J T Clask. case. The proposed law could not ac tlao. W tltkxa. With MopliiK LhimIhIiIp. at law a pettifogger, in all thine a swln In csrrylng mil litis resolution. 1 hop In harshly with really crazy men, for an and the end is nearly in night. receive I lie support and avnipathv nf all iller a denizen of jails, and a depraved W A. Owkns komI pople. Anylum is their proper place. The Supreme Court of the United and wicked wretch.", January 21.1,1832. States decide that registered bonds Sereesnt Mason, who shot at Oullesii The Legislature might do well to MT. VERNON, KY., -- ordock's of one Stato may be con- more than four months ago, fa still In jsil ADVI.UTISMIKMS. JIT. HUSO change the laws in relation to the and nuiLiasia at Washington General Sermsn prnrn-i- e election and qualification ot Consta stitutionally taxed in another. WhethINFRINGING IMITATIONS. Dry Good. (Jroccrloft. llittx, that he shall he tried bv JOil.V IV. KCItltV I fclcJ blcs. At it now stands, tho officers er Stnto bonds are taxed or aro exltonlN, Nlim-- itnil It h generally bolievad he will be Iu t'rj IIiIiik I'Mitully In the office of IsararulMale for -- DKHUrtKAKt elected in August, do not nssumo their pressly, exempt from taxation at acquitted on the ground of insanity. of lit kca.tlo county, August election, IRSs. it FlrM 1'Ihh Ntorr. home, tho fact in either case, tho Is a scheme on foot to sell out There duties till the following June, alt ho' Thar constant! y luy and sill GENUINE. GET required to make bond within thirty Court holds, does not prevent them the Western Union In the Government a ShingloB, PostM and All Sorts ol iv. from being taxed elsewhere, for the a monopoly, at $100,000,000, to be paid for days after election. Tho term of serIiumbor at Fair Morkot Hntos. In 3 per rent, bonds. The properties com -- TIIKY AT vice as Constable should be changed, reason that no Stato can exempt posing the Western Union were a year Batter. Ebe. I'eatkers uil all kinds of property lrom taxation out of its own else tho law requiring him to make Mt. Vornon, Ky. ago on a capital basis of about $00,000,000 Country Prodnce Wanted, ntthe m-tliltflieatmnrkat price. bond, should be amended to read jurisdiction. A New York slump speaker has had Prsctlcrs In all the CourU. Offlea South I1 is said that Jno. D. White's au- W. II. English's property attached In that tho commencewithin thirty days of tiltOIPIIKil) AIIVI.UTISKaKSTS. Malnstrnl. ment of his term. As it is now, it tograph to a Kentucky application for State because he refused to nav him SI.- Nodo claim to have abet- 180 for some speeches delivered In Indi may happen, that security that is office in the Treasury Department, is ISAAC A.NTEWAKT, during the Presidential Campaign. It ana, tor plow; T. good in September, might not even be absolutely necessary to have it con will be like drawing his h If Eng-lic- h AT when it sidered at all. Johnnie evidently considered nine months later, BRODHEAD, KY., has to pay the amount. Tlielr only aim Im Io makcR Mt. Vornon, Ky. knew what ho was about when he OKAt.au ix would be really called into play. good u fine. Itcvraro ol all Three men were hung by s vigilance Mich ImltHlloiisj. Nco that made the Republican members of the committee in Washington Territory for General Merchandise.Drugs.&g, Ollyrr'M itntnn In en tbe James R. Hindman, of Adair, Legislature i niw, id me iouru 01 murder. Thursday night and Friday couotltssndln the Court iiocirmsiie ana Bflioinmc endorse him for U. S. of Afl'esls. Omra In bfiiiH, iin nntit? other are publishes a letter in tho Louisville night a mob of CO took John Waggoner, arc ttm jaiu, V)IJ genuine. which we will tell low. We bate added to our Commercial addressed to his war comHock a complete line of Ilruiit and Mnllclnrt. Commissioner of Pensions Dud from the jail at Irontbn, O., and hung him with pure l'rcacrlptlotif carefully cointioundcd to a tree in the public square for the mur NASI 31. BUKDETT, rade, the notoriety seeking Col. articles. Alto, wholrssls and retail Uealera In ley says that if Congress will allow der of Dr. Byera some Lumber, Wood, Shingles, Cnal, llrlck, Tolaeco, two months ago. in which he begs of him to N EY AT Cigars, Crab Orchard Kails, Whlte'a and Oooke'a him 400 special agents at $1,400 per It is encouraging to find that the popVermifuge, Oraant, Furniture, Ac. A good Mason withdraw his efforts to establish an in- year, A Ilamlln Organ for tfi a Weed (tewing Machine expenses, tie can elemi ulation of our State prisons has been steadand Mt. Vornon, Ky. for f 20. Organs and Machines at other prices, and dependent party of Union Democrats, nate all the pension frauds. The ily decreasing of late years. The daily warranted to alee tttltractlon. llrlck at the kiln M to SS Mr thousand Anv one within anr because his efforts in that line can onWill Dractlce hit Drofcsaton In RoekrutU and Iroui call or for remedy is worse than tho evil, consid- average number of convicts In Clinton, adjoining counties and In tbe Court of Arraali. thing In our line will pleateus on us snuwritecon. I rurlner particulars, lilts atrial ly give aid and comfort to tho Repub- erably. Auburn and Sing 8ing prisons wa 2,097 Bpaclal attsnUon given to eollecUont. vlncc-- 1 that thlt It the place to bur good!. 4374m In 1881, against 3,059 in 1880, and it was licans, and not seriously affect the The butter product in the United less by 490 than in 1877. N. Y. Sun. Mr. Hindman Democratic party. States for 1880 is estimated by the deThe rope which will swing Major will find it is love's labor lost trying to the Post Ofllce Store for Nlnplc and Fancy partment of agriculture at 1,000,000, lucks into eternity will be thirty-fiv- e feet McHen-ry.- " to' reason with such a man as long and five inches In diameter. The 000 pounds, and the cheese product The best way is to let him get rope will be greased with a composition to at 300,000 pounds. deeper and deeper into his own hog male it slide easy when around his neck. ThlxXcvr Mill, containing (he Intent aiul LEGISLATIVE. It will be of the finest hemp, woven differwallow. He can't hurt any thing. ently from tbe common rope. A noose ' A bill to make colored persons eligible The Director of the Stato Geologiwill be on each end in case of an accident, as jurors, has passed both Houses. his pamphlet just iscal Survey, in each having a slip knot, with air wraps. A monument to the memory of Judge sued, discusses the subject of immi- Elliott is now beine discussed br the Dra. Fenly and Avertlick have written For manufacturing uical anil Hour, In now in full operation. Gov. Blackburn, asking him to delar the Wc Kill grind Tor customer, Tor tho present, on Tiiefttlay, Solons. gration. He shows that 2,100 Thursday, Friday and Saturday ofcach wrclc, and on A bill to allow Magistrates $3 per day execution of Hicks, aa he will be totally arrived in Louisville in unfit to hang on the 27th. Covington G'ourt-Dayand all other public duyn. Wc Rollclt a liberal Hharo who for attending Courts of Claims, has passed 1881, 250 of whom were Swiss, Item. of patronage and will endeavor to gltc entire Mitlsfactlon. the HouK. subsequently located in the Bernstadt The Democratic primary election in The Senate has rejected a resolution Colony in Laurel county. Theso he to extend ths session beyond tbe Constitu- Marion Saturday made the following nominations: County Judge, h. A. Spalding; We laid in, before the lete riie in iame, a large and estimates had from $300 to 1,000 tional limit. AlwuyH on hand and for stale. Highest cash price paid for Corn, The House has passed tbe bill to County Clerk, John Severance; County each, in money, which, added to the 31111 promptly attended lo. Attorney. Sam. T. Spalding; Assessor, A. Wheat, tic. OrdcrM left at fact that they are industrious and change the time of holding the Fall Term M. Head; Surveyor, Jamea T. Avritt; Cor& CO. MATTINGLY, of the Casey Circuit Court. thriftr. makes them a very desirablo A bill to pay bystanders summoned as oner, M. Doody; Sheriff, Albert Lee. The acquisition to the State. Such ub Corn, Toraatoos, Poas, Boaus. Poachos, Foars, Jurors, when they only sertre one day, the race for Jailer was very close between Jo Rnspborrios, Strawborrioa, &c. The State of Rhode Island, which same as other jurors are paid, was passed. Frewitt, Dick Davis and the present in . We bats M btnj, 1U0, a itoek ol The House has passed a bill to pre- cumbent, Arnold Hardy, and the result is embraces a territory smaller than that not yet James F. of Pulaski county, Ky., has Gl Na- vent Sheriff's, Circuit and County Clerks, formerly determined. Timet, wasBarbour, editor of the elected tional banks, with a capital of over or their deputies from speculating in Police Judge of Lebanon by eleven volea IlavcjiiNt received and uill Keep constantly on hand a fresh County claims. 20,000,000. Trovidence, alone, has A member offered tbe following in the over W. Neh Webb. Hue or the choicest 25 with a capital of 81G.000.000. The House, but it was, after numerous atC&30. LAND, STOCK AND CHOP. amount invested iu banks in Rhode tempts at wit, laid on the table: ''If any Island, is nenrly equal to that of the perron shall assert or represent as true, Texas has i.COO.OOO sheen, valued at Produco of all kinds taken in oxchango for Goods the that which he know to b untrue, with $13,800,000. whole Southern States. highest price. the intention Iu mislead or deceive anoth The cold has forced hugs up to Senatok Beck denies that he said er prroon, lie shall be fined nut le than 7 centa in the snap Cincinnati market. years, Voorhee's one nor more than twenty dollars for each that in less thau two J. M. Hail and P. P. Nunnelley sold will be voting with the Republicans, offense," lo Mr. Williams seven dry cjwsaiS cents. All or nhleh they rlll Judge Ilamlord has offered the folCorn is quoted at $3 SO, tnesl at $1 00, but judging from the latter's recent lowing bills: To authorize the County potatoes at $1.00, and Hour at $4.60 ier utterances on tbe tariff and pension arrears questions, the man who make Court of Lincoln county to make an ap- hundred propriation to aid iu the construction of a A mare belonging lo II They are also ngciils for the talu of Mutllugly'ti bitperior such a prophecy need have no fear I urn pi ko roid in said county, for the bene- II. Gentrv, vaa sold by Constable Bubbitt Woolen GoodN and Yarns. that it will not be fulfilled. fit of J. F. Carson, of Lincoln county; and yesterday, for $47. The stallion Harold, brother of the The National Board of Health has a bill lo charter the 1'reachersville Turndeclared smallpox epidemic in tbe pike Uoad Company, in Garrard and Lin famous "Iroquois," is dead. The owner coln counties refused $15,000 for him last summer. United States. There is, however, We now know how much pay the J. W. Alcorn, agent for tbe Kapler DKALKH IK- but very few cases iu Kentucky, II. It. Commissioners hare drawn dur- belts, rented Saturday a tract of 32 acres w iso ing the year, as a resolution Instructing outside of Covington, but the of land near town for grazing purposes to man will not wait till it rea:he his the Auditor to furnish the amounts, has II. J. Darst, for $70. At an important sale of a celebrated town before he submits to vaccina- been adopted. The commission has been Invite tbe attention of the people to their new Fall itock of in existence about nineteen months, and stud Hock of merino sheep in Victoria, tion. the Auditor's response to the resolution largest assortment of In refusing to pass tho "whipping- will show that the entire expense of its Australia, a ram four yearsold brought the large turn of $7,000, while several others post bill" the Legislature of Kentucky maintenance for the entire period has been were sold for prices ranging from $900 to has conspicuously and defiantly dis- but $8,500, which is only about $1,800 a $2,550. s year to each Commissioner, out of which ia regarded the wishes of The Bowling Green Gaxtttc reports tbe mules for $300; 1 at least of the voters of the State. paid all expensei, including clerk hire, sale of one pair -- IN TOWN- $110, and 1 for $100; 1 pair Lebanon stationery, etc. We are glad to see that. We hope that the following bill which for $200; 20 head, Standard. Is pending in the House will become a mules, at $120 per head, and 10 head of Accordino to the ruling of the law : "If any person shall assault another mules at $105 per head. In 1881 Mr. Pierre Lorillard'a horses New York Court of Appeals, the bur- person with any deadly weapon capable of den of proving insanity is not ou tho being concealed upon or about hi person, on the turf won, at home and abroad, PIRE-BRIO- K & whether no concealed or not, and whether $133,470.50. The chief winning! were in They call especial attention to their stock of defense, but tho prosecution must sathe wound such other person or not, shall England, those In tbe United States isfy the jury beyond a reasonable be deemed guilty of a felony, and confined 0 amounting to only $42,705, and with bu-ffi!ltrliln gnitriorSonrnal 8TANPOEX), Si'IUkino of tho Marital Right Bill now before the Legislature, the Owcnsboro Post expresses our sentiments thusly : "Tho Harwood bill in brief, designs to mako husband and wifo two tcparato factors in society and business. In mercantile matters they aro as distinct after raarriago as they woro prior to its contraction. Tho law long ago took sanctity out of marital relation nd reduced it to a dry goods contract. Now the lawmaker proposes to do away with the binding forco of contract and reduce it to racro Let every member of tho legislature who believes in the unity ot tho marital ro tation in home and its sanctity iu marriage and its sacred duties earnfrce-lovis- R0BT. S. LYTLE f NUCCI2NNOK TO MVATilSXJUU a STnSTZFOIR.D., - A IV -- . ZKEZCTTTTQaBTST.. a HaVillg bOUgM tlie McAHstGr illtereSt ill tll6 abOVG Rich-inon- Boots. Shoes. &c. Call and- see what vou can do before you buy. With thanks to my friends for past favors, I hope to solicit a liberal share of the same in the future. am thereby en- t0 offer Sreat inducements in prices on Dry Goods, , BOBT. . LYTJLE3. A Merry Christmas Wi Mi Mta!!iMl!i) Original and Only Inilru-nient- a, Pocket-llook- .a Out-lea- PLOW CLARK &BAKER Ciih BBVt A. FL court-martia- l. or Ht't BHiiB. (Hk!! imou'.v, LAW, ATTO RNE r. j. THE a Colob rated Oliver. It eye-teet- ATTORNEY LAW, II. Albright & Co. vwust-tauu- m Mc-Henr- ATTOR LAW, DF. O. STORE. J. R.WARREN & SON do GROCERIES Tinware, Olasswnrc, MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY AVetl-iicHiiay, H Meal,Floui LardPotatoes irami-migran- ts Flour, Meal, Corn, Bran, Ships tuff, &c, McALISTEIl QUEENSWARE, WOODENWARE.&c. Complete Assortment of Canned Goods, VI AlislriMiriiilH Coal Buckets, Kitchen. Sets, Shovels 3F033L01S. at Groceries,Confectioneries, FAMILY market Sell Jit the Very Lowest Possible Margin. ASHER OWSLEY, -- DRY GOODS,NOTIONS HATS, Si Of these OXlXt.A. IIOUXfJISLOOrc E, D ,:i CIJ. Hardware and Groceries. STOVES AND three-fourth- GRATES d d 15)-han- d BOOTS, SHOES, d TRUNKS AND VALISES. COAL HODS AND V ASKS, OLAY CHIMNEYS, Iloi-se-SlioeSj $9,-82- doubt of the prisoner's sanity, Sam. U. Burdett, Editor. In County Court yesterday rttj little Also to was done. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. About PeorLE. Mr. Jack Adams, contlnuea In the N.Y. Jr., left for Louisville yesterday morning The dead-locMra. Lou, Nisid haa accepted a Legislature. The independent movement which aa teacher In Daughter's College, There are $70,000,000 standard dollars McIIenry endeavored to start.scems to In the Treasury, and $63,000,000 silver Mr. Ben. Swinney, of have died ia visiting friends In this county. certificates outstanding. k Tim friends of Hon. Hendricks are grooming race for Governor of 1884, hoping thereby to redeem the State from Radical rule. He can do it if any body can. in the Penitentiary from one to ten years. Thoinaj A. If any persou shall menace or intimidate another person with a deadly weapon, him for the without making any assault, he shall be Indiana, in puulshed from six months to Ova years." of this sum to the credit of P arole. HT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. :OR,E.SftS GOODS, .A.IV:0 TRIMMINGS, goods ever exhibited in Stanford. Ii"oii9 IVails, QUEENSWARE AND TINWARE, their stock of Gltohlng, Boots and Shoei, which have been selected with care, and they feel confident that Salt, Lime and Cement. WIIEEIi BARROWB, CHAMPION 1!AUI!EI IVIItE, Ac. niNQES, BOLTS, They are able to Show the Nicest and the Best Line Wagon and Buggy Material, Stmi-Mwhl- ji $nlwor$oiivnn( Tocftday Morning, January 24, 1882 local homes. Nr.w ami full itock of Clock A McAllsltrV at Penny Timothy tml CloTtr fied Tor sale I7 Aeher Owaley. Hamilton Htkm. Plows always on hand A. Owsley's. Ilia Stock of Champion lUrli Wire on liand tt A.Osjsley'i. Citoicr, Krfli ami Fine Candles, t Mcitoberta A nur Loiil.vill ItemMlRlit Oil, ITS (Ml, from Penny AMcAIIster. WATCitrn, ClotVi and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAlliter. Wm VinniNU ilrutw.toitT On, 25 cenU (allon, at Mcllolmta A rjlagir'a. Our itocV o'f Drills. Paints, Oil and Varnltliet, it complete In eTery reiprct. Mcllobsrla A Hlagu, A riNC line of Toilet Soap, Perfumery, Hair, Nail, Tooth and Clothe finishes, ttry cheap, at Penny A McAtlaterV it Lancaiter A NEW stock nf Champion Hire) Plow The corrcsmden's of the city paper at this place have htd a picnic for the at W. It. Hlga-ln- ' McAlmikr A llnioiiT have 30,000 past week. Likewise the telegraph operator. pound of choice Family Flour for le. Mra, William and MIm Newman, Lincoln county drew during the last of Jessamine county, are visiting at W. II. fiscal year $5,131 40 of lb while school Noel. Hiram Uolhwell, Is still very low fund, and but $51043 nf the colored, with Meningitl. Any one having new Item of any give an Our Lancaster correspondent sale will confer account of another horrible murder in Gar- description, land or stock by leaving a note of same at the rard. The devil seema In have been turn- a favor County Clerk' office or at the Ilallroad ed loose again in that county. New IfAMnuRoa Itobt 8, I.ytle' opened yefen!y at GARRARD COUNTY Beside pulling Austin In a cell, no other .ikit AtmnTisr.XKm. precaution against a mob ha been taken tirANTF.tr ThslKllea to knj that Mrs J toThe fact that CI cult Couit convene VV II LlnJ will rrmsln a few dsrs lontsr si day, and that Ihe Grand Jure might at- IhaSt, Assph Hotel. Will ealsn.int pstierasi tend to hi ease a it deservnl, may have dull itifiiurftnfnt something to do with preventing an outbreak of popular Indignation M'ROBERTS&STAGG HAVE- TO THEIR-W 3 J KENTIN&. FEII.2, The IIoyi.r County Primary. to our enquiry, graphed ua 11 night, In Hlt'. Col Thomas telethat l.e waa chosen at the Democratic primary for candidate for County Judge; Shumate for Jailer; C T.Walker, fer Assessor, In the contested racea. The other candidate had no opposition, and of course were made the nominee. A Tory large vote was polled. Onr ordeal that Job never auflered wa to try to edit a paper with hi head, breast, eye, ear aid nose chuck full nf mIiI, else he would have sun ly "cussed a few line." The writer ha undergone all the trials, Texallon, pain and inconvenience of PERSONAL. W. I). Multonr.itTS has n,one to sue h a cold fur the last three daya, and he Mr. therefore humbly mIcs that the short com Louisville on iiusinrra, ing of this Issue lie kindly forgiven. Mis Leer Gray, of fxultf ille, ! (leo. II. Ilrnce. tltlllng Mm. AcciWlNTAI.I.Y Shot. Yesterday, Iloy Mra. H. CI Triicriearl after an Illnewi H. l!eaaley,son of Mr. A.IIeiley,caught up a gun and ran to shoot a hawk. He threw of two weeks, i again at her pott. Mini I.nt) (Iiiaxt, of Lancaster, lia the weapon over hi shoulder, holding It by the inuttle, when it went off", tearing been Tliltlnjt the Miwie Uiclierda. two finger nearly oil' hi left hanJ Dr. Mia Fmiiimu'R Khtbi, of Middle-bur! " xne't of Mis- - Hallle Penny. Peyton wan called and amputated the Mn. ami Mm. Ionr. Haknrtt. Mr. hanging members, the little and third This I another warning against P. U Hull and MIm Helliei Hull honored finRer the carele handling of weaon, but it u with a call yesterday. Mn 0. V. Gunnem, of Albany, Ky., will not be heeded. pasted through Hianfnrd, last Katurday, en Another Fire. The store house and route to the Weal, wheie he Intend loca- content ol Mr. L. J. Faulkner A Co., at ting Junction nf the Somerset and Kings -- W are indebted to Lt. Jiihn Scott, of the Mountain road, were entirely consumed the regular army, now stationed In Wyom- by fire, Thursday night. Aa there had ing Territory, for a copy of Hill Nye' fun- leen no fire In the building for two days, the Doomtrany. ny there I no doubt that It wa set on fire, Mil. J. II. TisaLr.r, of lUrbourtllle, but by whom, haa not yet been found out. late the Tery excellent Commonwealth's Col. M. Howard, who waa the Company in Attorney for hi DiMrlct. pawed back the firm, tell ua that the loss, building Saturday, fro in a yimt to Frankfort. and stock, I in the neighborhood of but there ia $1,000 insurance on the LOCAL MATTERS. and $300 on the building. S. Ly lie's. stock, InVIhiiilp. Hair Net at ip The largest and happiest crowd that Homk-maii- r Flax IJnen at ICobt. 8. haa attended the Kink for some time, waa LytteV present Friday night, and the liveliest Kruii bolted meal at McAlister A kind of skating waa kept up till 10 o'clock, Hrijth'.'a. at which time the Valley Corntt Hand MoRoiiert A SrAOO take the lead In 5 gave way to a colored string band of Dan ville, and In a faw momenta the merry 'cent Clear. were transformed into the still In this market at 25 slater Koos are scarce merrier dancer. Thi part of the procent, and o la butter at the aame price. gramme had been arranged during the The reonal effects o( Jainea Wllmot, day, In honor of the several young ladies the aulcide and munlerer of hla family, arn visiting here, but it waa eqiully a enjoy advertised" In another roluuin to be sold on able a if it had been gotten up with great February 2d. er elaboration, and at 1:30 A. (., when the. exMr. W.T.OnBnx write u to lay that party disbanded, there was a gmeral delightful hi wife waa a MIm Garrard, daughter of pression that It had been a moat T. Garrard of Clay, Inatead of MIm evening, Gen. -r, 1st . & The funeral of Mlaa Betsy atland, an nation's Captital. There stand a man arraigned for a fesrful crime, on trial for Is published here account of whose death hla life. The execrations of the nation with wa preached Sunday, by Key. J. M, Druce. Oeo. Danlap's meeting closed are heaped iton hi head; the voice of the Direct Itonte TtllliOBt Change of Cars nation demand hi blood; the energies of B"5T Snnday night, the number of confesIon BKTWIKIf rOIXTS IH the nation are enlisted to recure hi conh amounting to 14 or 15, Hev, J. C. , Mentnckjrtnd Huntington, Stsunton, Chtr- Ulna; absent Sunday, Oeo. Dunlap demnation. Legal talent, willing wilneta-esonru, loilMTIiie. Kicnmonu, ana me dogmatic experts, political aspirants, Quickest snd most Comfortable Routs to preached at the Presbyterian Church In official jiower and unpltylru vengeance the morning. are arrayed and sworn to compass hi de- LYNCIIIJUHU, DANVILLE, XORFOLK The blood had scarcely dried on the axe which murdered the Wllmot family, struction. Never, perhaps, In the history of criminal jurisprudence wa a parallel R. before the tale of a most brutal murder, Virginia & North Carolina Points. predecessor is case presented. Never stood at the bar a scarcely leu bloody than It criminal so destitute of sympathy, 0 soli ATTACHED. ruLLMAN COACH broiif lit to our ears. The victim this time tary in hi extremity, so St. con twine is Mi Iletsy Illand, aged e5; Ilia murderFor tickets snd further Infosmstlon, spptr to or sddreas W. W. ticket er, Is Wm. Austin, a young utanuboiit2! demned, so utterly unfriended. A single evJournesrnt Kr eight office, rsiaenger Jtf't, Lexsnd feeble arm alone is raised lo stay the rushyears old. Jo. Hland, an old widower, ington, Ky, bo beatfrom ing llde of ruin. A single voice I heard rulle live about '. W. KM ITU, ir. W. FULLER, amid the cadences of the atorm to plead My Collins Caskets compre(Isn'l Pssi'r Ag't, town, near the Danville pike. His sister, Ger.'l Mansger, RiciiHOHD, Vlaoirm. mercy. A single brain lalior earnestMl Iletsy, kept house for him. For lor on Robes ly and unceasingly to cast off the meshes about three months, Win. Austin, a nnd do of theirs, ha lived with them, In which the helples victim strugglea helping about the work on the small furm. Without the hope of rewnrd, without the B. Will hsv for sals In 8tsnford on next County He I a wild, drunken fellow, and alto- aid of friendly counsel, without n kindly Court dsr a good young Jsck; a sure and excelgether hla reputation i not of the best. look of sympathy or word of encourage lent brwder, snd descended from the best stock the Bute. Friday, January 20th, Jo Hland cime to tnent, bearing the additional burden of In Jsnusry 18, 1882. C. It. ROClIKSTKK, town on business, anil remained till about obloquy, he patiently encounter all, en 5 o'clock. Austin also left home and wa dure all, sacrifice all, In fidelity to hla STORE-ROOM FOR RENT graceless, thankless client. His, methinka, seen last (previous to any knowledge of the i the only telievlng figure In all this dark XTST murder,) at Herring's still house, which of this picture of crime and retribution. Will no I offer for rant, for tho balance (Stanford.year, the place he left about 4 o'clock, for home. As sot N. Datli, In of J. If be raised to do him honor? Leonirented privately before, will rent It at auction on a party of men were returning from town, voice ds oflercd himself for his country, but his County Court day In February. they were met by Austin at the moulh of a 3. r. GOVKR, country was there to profit by, and praise Trustee J. L. Good. lane leading to Hland' house, and he told PERFUMERY AND FANCY TOILET ARTICLES, familiarly the deed. Quintu Curtiti threw himself them Aunt Hetay (a she was into the chasm to rescue Home from peril; known,) had been murdered. At first thay Books laughed at his atory, but were finally In- but Homo applauded and Immortalized duced to go to the houae where they found the act. Tell defied his country's tyrant, keep on band constantly and will deliver to I but Switzerland recorded his patriotism In partlea as chess as anybody, the WINDOW GLASS AND PUTTY, the old lady lying on the floor with her body. They a chronicle of blood. But there It some- BEST COAL ON THE MARKET. head nearly severed from her thing peculiarly sublime in the lonely Liquors Winos Modical Purposes. Proscripdid not disturb it, but hastened back to Give me a call. Office In Hale X Kunnetley's, Stanford. compounded. "Wo also a largo tions town to Inform her brother and the officers, heroism, the unshaken fidelity, the hopeless sacrifice, the steadfast JAMES R. NTJNNF.I.I,EY. Aa soon aa they were notified, Sheriff well selected stock Watches with Marshal Singleton, and a with which Scoville stands, the only ad wo propose to sell prices. Watches less vocate, among his country's millions, for Salve! oose, went out to the scene of the murRepaired the friendless prisoner. Let the result be der, where they encountered Austin stand If used at once on a cut. vll! prevent a callua. ing In the door, apparently very much af what it may, surely the faithful defender, Trial Vx, 7i cents; full lie, TSeenta. For sale pointed to under such circumstance as these, merits fected. Suspicion had already by Penny A McAlliter. him aa the murderer, and when u little and will in time receive the mead of Ilefrroneen !Jeo. C. Ola ens. N. E.Ows-lej- r. scrutiny revealed slain of blood on hia praise, the tribute of admiration. Obscure, lien Eubniika. sur, Ultetia, and others. Dr. pants and boots, he was arrested nnd put unknown, unused to the scenes and T. roundings amid which he is thrown, he AI.TIRIOIIT. I also euro Fistula. F. About 10 o'clock Thursday under guard. The Coroner not being conHaggard, a waa reported to ua. Fire. night, Hon. John S. Owsley discovered venient, Esquire Boyle, who I the nearest has borne hilnsolf with a dignity, proprieWc hear of numerou candidate that that hia barn waa on fire. He ruahed to Magistrate, waa summoned to hold an In ty and efficiency seldom equaled, never haye announced themselves in the last day It. the building where he waa soon joined by quest The Court was in session till near excelled. or an, but of coume we can't take hearsay lhoe of hi nrighlior who had been at- 10 o'clock, m., at which time stiuicient A hill has pawed the IIouc imposing for it. A $5 bill will tell the tale. tracted by the blaie, hut the flame had circumstantial evidenre had been obtai.ied n fine of from f 20 lo S50 on any minor J, T. HARiiia, at the Stanford Market gotten such headway that it waa impossi- to confirm the suspicion that Austin was who should obtain liquor h;r misrepresenting his age. The liquor men complain Houae, will nell the beat of Heef Hteak and ble to save any thing, not even the stock the murderer. The Court adjourned,how o The same that adjoins the property of W. P. lloaal at 8 cents per lb., and all other within, and in a few momenta the roof fell ever, without a verdict till next day. In that they are punished for selling liquor on South side Mslo street. This building Is in, ltesidra the building, which cost about the meantime, Austin' pant and boat to minors when it is the fault of the minor. nearlr new and Terr detlrable; contains 7 rooms thins in hi line, In proportion. Krerr and hill; stable, carriage bouioand garden. Then $2,000, ten head of thoroughbred calves, a had been taken from him. 'After supplyla no more detlrable nor better located property In thing warranted the yary beat. Stanford fora builnesa man. Pcaieralon given JanSEW AnVtrtTISKI!l.T. mule, 200 barrela of corn, lot of oi Is, hay, ing him with these articles from Mr. uary 1st, 1SS. Applr to J. N. Craig. Stanford, or Mn. Hale aya he killed a Urge harness, Ac, waa burned, causing alosaof Wand's wardrobe, be was mounted behind address TV. Craig, care J, A L. Scaaoogood A Co., anake while on hla way In town Saturday, at Ir.vt $5000, upon which there i no In the Sheriff, brought to town and lodged in LAND.13Q Acrra of lmprored Land, for salr; Cincinnati, O. 2$, f W. CKAIG. Stanford, Nor. Lincoln County. Apply Folk, whtcn waa lively enough to attempt to bite surance. It is supposed that It wa acci- Jail. Had the cititens been fully con- to W. 1. hod, bUnford. him. The statement l not auported by dentally act on fire by tramps, who had vinced of hia guilt it ia quite probable an corroborating evidence, and the public can gone in the barn to spend the night, a the atttmpt would have been made then and ROSE COTTAGE FOR SALE STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, DEPOT ST , STANFORD, KY., believe it ar not, aa it aeea pror. whole of the Inside waa burned out before there to administer justice on a aicedier or rent plan than the one by which that article ia My txulneta lel.ig IVrst, I olfcr lor saleon Som Pay Up. All those Indebted to u, the flames hurst through the rooT. UWIXB, fqt rcildine In Ibe suburbs of Stanford, usually obtained. The body of Mini Het erset street new brick housoof five rooms, porch- either by note or account, arc rriiuratcd to DEATHS. cistern, and ncaLxaiM when tho officers arriv- rs, pantry, cellar, Improvements all neceaiary out ay waa still warm sre all n.w and buildings. Tho oome forward and pay their account by Monuments. Dim in Cautornia. Misa Mary ed, which, with the facyhat ihe bad made convenient. Call at the premises, or address booka will be 1RS2. Our February 1ft Ueadsloncs, W. II. AMII'.IINO.V, of getTablets. Ar. Harper City, Ksnit found at our old aland, which la now occu- Moran, the youngest daughter of Mra. a fire iu the stove for the purpose Marble Work she waa of all kinds pied by I'vobt. 8. Lytle. McAliatcr A Hebecoa A. Moran, died at the Windsor ting supper, goes to prove that neatly execu Lytic. House, Oakland, California, on Monday killed only a short while before. Her ted anil tautgashes faction cuar Dougherty A llrot, Carriage last. She waa in her 17lb year, and had head and face bore several deep Messrs. I)e-i laW-li- i .uteed. gone with her mother to the delightful from an axe, three of which, beside the aigus and rail- Maker, tell (he public in another oolumn maieaiurmpo' olimateof the Golden State several years lick across the neck, which severed the t, ed on At administrators ol the estaleof Ja. It. about their butinc. This firm haunt the ago fur the benefit of her health. Mra. vertebra would have been instantly fatal. decM, we will, on beat carriago trimmer ever In Stanford, Muran ha many friends and relative here Her face also bore mark of a boot heel ' ' and when it aend out a j b the buyer ran THURSDAY, FEB. 2, 1882, To-da- y. . Madison, who will deeply sympathliH u if the wretch had stamped her. When he ia gelling hia full in real amuied that residence., soma SK mllet with her in this last great affliction. the Court of inquest convened tho next At his late on IMx ltiver, tell publiclySouthwest of to tbe highLancaiter, OF T1IE uionej's worthy day, several wilnesse were exauiiucd aa lo est bidder, Ihe pertonaltjr of said cttste, constatIlichmond Iteuisler. ni ing of The name of the brave little boy who disease with which the young lady the relative tlino of Austin's being seen on The in Lincoln Co. Finest pauenger train on the LAN illrd waa Consumption, of which her fath- tho way home, and hi first appearance af- 10 head of hors and brood maret. i alopped the yearlaulrt, M head of Sheep, M Ilk Cow,; the other day, between heru and Shelby er and alx brothers and sister have also ter the murder. All this testimony Heller; 1 Dull; some 20 head oI Lincoln Circuit Court. National Dank of Staning Steer; good Mowing Machine; Wacom; ford, Ac. vs Isaac bbrlhy, Jr.,c. In Equity. I llogt, J City, thereby preventing.it from running died. Mr. Moran, haa, Indeed, drunk atiengthend the chain of circumstantial ev Uoikaway, alotoflHcon and Lard; 2 tlacka of Pursuant to a Judgment rendered Iu Ibla cause, at Cost-Marl? about 100 shocks ol Fodder, a lot of Wheat i Martin Siierhidan, deeply of the bitter cup. the October term, IMl.ol the Lincoln tircuii, llayi into a idence which, with the addition of anothand Corn) lot of Lumber, Farming Implements, the undersigned coiumisaioner win, a noil of John Sherridan, a section hand lli.uaehold and Kitchen Furniture; 2 shaiea In link furnished .by hia clothing haa er a the Danville, Dli Hirer and Lancaster RELIGIOUS. OX MONDAY, FJEII. O, 18S2, The It. It. Company nwra htm a cnion. bound him so closely that his life will no Itoad Company. or 11 A. County Court day, between tbe hours doubt pay the forfeit. When hia pants be. rented at tbe aanie time and place door In StanTheie n,i Eld. J. G Livingston will preach at u the D,LaFayette Green waa yeatcrday r I88f, the farm owned by decedeut. In ford, Ky, tell to the highest and beat bidder, were produced in Court, besides the blood lor . lunatic In Judge Drown' Hulls Gap next Sunday at 11 a.m. adjudged a adjoining Dr. was Llncolu county, on Dla ltiver.go?d dwelling, etc "Arcadia," the rami or uu. itaac oueioy, Jr.. the legs, the right hand pocket V. Owsler, upon which It a A t!tlon haa been gotten up at How- on Court, and ordered to the asylum at A nth grass, snd a rotllcn cf II to contlttlngof tbe land found to be bloody. An inspection of the Some ol ..iiul In la Iu .ml ainnll praln. apii I... (,,lt About FIvo Hundred Aoros orage. The doctor think that hi loo of ling Green, asking Mr Harnea to come to clinging to the heel of one Txaws. betstewillbe nisde lor all sums of boots revealed Inproved land, slluste mind ia attributable to a severe lick that that place after he leave Louisville. 1 10 snd under, cash In baud; over mat amount a Of fertile ted splendidly ol the L. A of them several lone gray hairs which .iit nt ihrM luooihi. the i.urcbater to exceute lu Lincoln counly, near the junction of the Boeat that ha not on he head In 1SG9. during a At He. Geo. O. Hirnea tneelinga N. andC 8. lUllwaja. This It one iuo itnu. bond "Villi corresponded exactly with the hair of the tale are to beapproved seeuruv, amitheremovsl ui farms In Central Kentucky The sale Is made to ol compiled with before confessions, 00 row with Forepaugh'a circua, at Huaton Sunday, there were aatltfy a Judgment In favor of tbeNalloual Uauk Austin told several Ihe properly , murdered woman. . Vllle. orritaotord, which, principal. Interest and cottt, three restorations, and 12 were anointed JO H. KOIIINMI-Vwill aggregate on day uraalt the sum of IJI.0'J7.Vt tales In regard to the blood on hia clothI. irilll.lt U.MIKKITOnll. Mr Kimball, the church "debt raiser", in the Taaus Credit ufC and 12 months, cqusl InA DECIDED change ocourred Adiolnlitrstors. January 21. 188. when he opened the stallments. Bond required with approved securifreeing 175 churches from in- ing. One waa that weather Saturday nilit and Sunday the assisted In ty, bearing 10 per cent, from day of tale, payable door hla aunt In her death snuggle threw toCommlulooer, and having etfrct of Judsmenit. polar v ave aecmed to hayo coma to a stand-ti- ll cumbrances. The largest amount he wrest W. U. WEM'll, A lien alto retained. blood on htm another to account for led with ancceasfully waa on the Memorial the Muter Coiu'r L. C. C. Januaiy 1, 1841. in tliia region. The thermometer on hia boot, was New York City the blood and gray hair went down into the twenties, and the wind Presbyterian Church, that he caught a rabbit on hia way home, waa aa biting aa the first fall frot. It waa (Rev. Dr. Koblnson'a), $110,000. hia foot on lta head am! pulled it off, Succeasois to Daugherty A Holmes, our opinion, after hearing him ut In perfectly clear, the firat day of the kind his boot. He did Kvangellal the hlooil stiurtlns on preach eight or ten time', NTAXFOIID, - - KENTUCKY, A.lir.13. NEWSV, ;' since laat year. not produca the rabbit, liowerer. Hut one Karnes Ia the airiest aa well as the most efor be given for the perpctratlun of of Mr. John Severance In ManuracTUaara Till: friends reason can GOOD. fective preacher of modern times. He la thl, tho county of hti birth, will bo freer from taking on air or vaunting self audi a cruel murder. It waa senerally glad to know how popular ho ia In hla Courier-Journa- l. known that Mia Uetsy kept some money than any popular speaker we ever knew or adopted county of Mnrlon. Hla majority In the house, never le.a thau fifty dollars, Democrat. Louisville. heard. over all in the primary last Saturday, fur and aotne tluiea more. This she kept in (Ilrnry Waller. Tuh Tho Hev. Dr. John Secly Stone, a sideboard, tho keys to KOH. Ldttor, Is. by circulation aua repuiauuu, County Clerk, la 3'J, and 018 over next theologian of the Kpiscopal the drawer of a acknowledged JlepninlntM JJnMjuwr Ol ins the .mw utwipipcr. u man to him. He has made an excellent which the carried. The keya were found bomb. jUarclUbUana Id the Church, died on Friday, in Cambridge, h.. ....miitarfioriii I hit countri or lra.la'llvalworld, . officer, and lit aolid atandlng with tho r roiavweatruwia tijj,ww; HuaAit "T""" Tar ltiiiir on the floor tear her. The drawer years. He II Masa., aged eighty-seveyo Iff Itobbery andormon IWyg.mshovra that he ia appreciated. forced and it ia presumed, robbed people had been ... ... -Important publication to the litblight tbe protperiiy iw . were found whioli btatee. It la able, ungui aua ntwiy. cuuiu. In 1807 waa aa but about two dollars The question of building a turnpike erature of the Church, and .V?- i elroogctt edlloriait, me w tvfm. in hla haste or purposely, the murderer wo,ld. the beat telniraublo aud from here to Preacheravllle, ia being agi- elected Professor and Dean of the Faculty full turf and atrk re. general correspondence, waa found on Aualin, had left. No money Teluiage poits. msra.t reporte. faablon rcporli, and novel- s tated, and a bill ha been introduced in in Cambridge. cents, eruous, apleudld orlglnsl serlsl stories with the exception ol twenty-fiv- e Hev. J. M. Uruce waa called over to Legislature autlioriiicg the county to the he proved by a neitro to have been word, everything which eurrtipoudeuis, ,ic, etc In a subscribe $800 per mile toward it. The Garraid Sunday, to preach the funeral of "- - -- -- rr i.iuii to uisxe u a uengui Austin waa not paid bltu that day. valuable to the man ol bualaeaa, Ibe Unucr. tbe length of the pike, if Marled from here MUallland, the murdered woman, and, of brought Into Court Saturday, whether mecusule and the laborer. Specimen coplea and full discilptlve premium would be seven mile, and six If from the course, missed hi appointment here. We from an apprehension of a mob or not, I be tent free of charge lo anyone on Junction, and it ia estimated that It can be learn that it waa his intention to have an- don't know. Ilut there waa crowd in WAGONS OF KINDS. elrculsrs will bubecilptlon trruit, l"'aa ALL application, built for$l,C00 per mile. The people nounced hla acceptance of the pastorship town and excitement was ery high. A vm ,.,, Cnlacta of all deacrtDllona. lo an txlra copy bl lbs along it propoard Hue are very anxloua of the IlaptUt Church for another year, In few momenta have organ-lie- d tuipluvlug only tlrtt.cjas workmen snd using dollare, will be entitled 1Ma jj--Aat rrua lit It .i i Weekly n aell at reaaouable Mt. Salem leader could in a .,trf.l ind aud malarial evntld- - diets. Address for it, several of them proposing to make which event he will give up the W N UALDtalAM, got ...i. a mob, but whether he could have Co., Louisville, Ky. fliurttlvle. workmanship frealdeut each for the $800 to be gotten from charge, aud preach here and at Crab a mile lr.Vt'Ullt.HTY A llVHfc, Ill hold of Aualin or not, ia another nutation. I Slid. the county, Good Word for Scorile. Ascorsloroi ElliWth Wllmot: decM. and at (Fer lh Interior Journil. aitnt of ber belrt, I will, To aay that the newspaper press ha be 1882, come an engine of tremendous power In ON THUIt.NUAY, the Iand,wouId I simply giving utterance At lh lata rsilds nta of Jai. It. Wllmot. iV. mitt Houthwsitor Lanrsiter, rent ths firm lor Ih to a truism. Tint the press, in the main, re seni vrsr, ownsa nr nsr si ner ufain, romsm- dwelling ana wield this power with judicious discrim- ln tnmt. ivsacres. Thfre Is a good lirm. Twtlft on Ih alinscrMsryoiilbulldlngs I a fact which we htllefe, and tofllletn srretsre to t enltlvstsd III corn, Ihe ination, deKt. litlsnra Is IngraM Thsreiler will 19 required lo for lb Capt, Binglelon reports the following from which we hope for grand resuli. sieeiito bond with approved securityrren let, tent and snd proper treatment forget it delivery of poiwsuloDofatthe thsend orthersalloi sale on Court dayr 10 ralves at $10 25; Hut, that the press sometime, jii, iv.Curator snd Ilgont, niini,iniM, It mission, and instead of Jsnusry M, IsSI, 0 calve at $12 10; 2 calve at $11 50; yoke potency and of Oxen $31; pair mtlle withdrawn at forming and guiding a wholesome public machine sentiment, become a time-servin- g $200; horse withdrawn at $100. an echo of the false theories and insane Geo. Arnold, of tin county, claims to have Invented a link and draw head by clamor of (he unreasoning and irrespon-sib'- e rabble, ia also a fact, and of sad sigEAST AND SOUTH-EASwhich freight cara are coupled automatiwill work satis- nificance. ,Jn illustration of this I may cally, and which he claims point to a scene now being enscted at the factorily on cara of different heights. A -- Its! N SIR ECourt-House. M KENTUCKY'S ROUTE Chesapeake Ohio Opposite the ft.R. They Invito You to Cull and Sco them Whether You Wish to Buy Anything or Not. FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING! Iflaiii Street, IUn-dolp- B. K. WEAREN, - Stanford, Ky. lly H. Wcarcn, I have bought out my brother, and will continue the Furniture and Undertaking business at the Asaph Hotel stand, in the building. I will keep a full stock of Furniture of ery description and sell at ilgurcs that cannot stock of and en. will be always hand. grand-nephe- .TACK FOR hensive. Shrouds and SATiT). repair Furniture carpenter's job work. I also K. WEAREN. per DEAIiBES $2,-40- 8tore-Ub- DRU&S, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, K-b- m d GOAL! C0AL1 C0AL1 &Stationery,Paints,Oils, Varnishes, Dye Stuffs and accurately for Puro 504-- tt and Scotch Jewelry have and Jewelry, which of at than city and and Warranted. I. A SWEEPING FOR RENT. i- A Desirable Residence Wal-lo- REDUCTION !! Jtrr 1881-t- The "Warm "Weather Has Sent Prices Tumbling. ysaaRrytva- Administrators' Sale Li Too Many Goods and Want to Ite- duce Them. GHeUt applies-lion- . A Heavy Discount Is Marked on All Goods PUBLIC SALE Farm 1 1 land-slid- Turn-(ilk- Is No Consideration;, Qug Word is Sell-- 111 fluurt-Ilou- I -- Never Better Goods Offered Ior'Sd Little Money in Stanford ... Before. Daugherty & Hyde THE NEWSPAPER CIIEAPI Now or Never Is the Time to Buy Goods "Without Money and Fine Carriages, Buggies, Weekly Without Price. Couaiaa-Jocaaa- n a n ,.. .ril.. These Are Facts, and a Call Will Conr ..... vmce You. AND PHAETONS. wii '". BRTJCE & CO, . a.-ii- umrier-jouru- ai -- W aa.Jl Courlef-Juurn- al OLOTHIBBSi, ;'l y JifiliijIltJfcljrJnlfrioronrnal , The Sleep Beacon, Wouldn't B Bluffed. i m inn niitrcTiiitY. Deacan Grampus Tuesday Morning, Jannary v called - to his rest he has boea was a good man; ,1 24, 1882 bacaiiM lirywns ellinfrBjttr.niotitlio snfenrnlk in front of my dry powls citablishmcnt anil nlntructing plcetnnn, sniilMr. Francis Hrinlv, of No. .107, firnmi 'ilhaiUimrtJirrartc! streetliii rtii !Kex Market f'olico J CooHoMterilay "" Tho pnner .Inoph .Toiim, of No. n loy of 10 .319 Broomo street, w.i Tie .had no cxplmmfibn n of year? fer but thn fact that ho ni poor ami lick; I At 'the rioW fnerolritit made tho charge tho lilte fellow, scarcely ablo to sustain tho heavy basket he carried, burt Into tears. "fi&5nlyiji (jpoTJl.-ij'- , Your li am trying to rualco an honest living. If my par ents were ricli enough they would keep aw at homcTfof 1 have been ve ry eicK tor tome time. But I do the beat I can by peddling theso buttons, and take my earnings home. This mar thinks 1 interfero with his trade and had mo arrested for working at an honest business. I haven't got money" to" have U liig" store like him, so I sell" goods) fedr&. a tray. Several was buying' from me ila)s agpi-awben.tuis .man, came up and. called mo I am honest, a thief and Vni if art a Jldor1 peddler boy." As the lad sjtoke the tears streamed down ''his cheeks and his voice trembled- with emotion. When he refer red to his character his faco glowed wiltf heat?pride. f J t , 2S Vdfa iAt 'Sdl-hin- i athief,- - said tho sidewalk in Mr. Hardy. "But front of Ridley's store, on the oppo- siJQsuTo efllhe ptreetj is always kept entitled to the eame privilege from the police." Judge Ottcrbburg responded, feel o inely, and referred in a sarcastic the 'obstruction which tho complainant's exhibits of goods formed on the sidewalk. .., Ridley's sidowalje is clear and youra if not," ho said, ''there tniist be ajeprew, loose somewhere. But the police have charge of that matter. So far as this boy is concerned there is nojnw to prevent him from making an honest living. We should encourage him iu trying to livo fairly. There are certain inpuja theiity 'whoj; obstruct the sidewallw rtiilru than all tho boys iu the city, and yet the police would not dare to arrest one of them.'' RoriijSGiflaat uoderstoodTthe K'he atMWhas-feue'to say, "I ) bun eummonedto court twiqe hulpolice-fobbstructing the sidewalk." "Very well," continued His Honor, "this lad is entitled to make a living, and I fur one shall not prevent him,, unless he interferes with eorao oneTItho objects to being called a pickpocket it is his right. Go, my boy, and earn your bread honestly; theroisuo law against it." As the Justice concluded thero was a burst of applause from the specta-torsdn- " court which astonished the officers, and thelittlo prisoner marched proudly out of court with his basket on bis arm and a smile upon his pale features. pick-pocke- t. honest and upright; out terribly That is, in seasons when away from his work, and his body had nssumed n restful posture it was next to impossible for him to keep awako. And that will givo you' to undcrsfanil that lho ilearon slept in meeting in church, and such was tho fact. Ho could Generally remain awako until the minister had announced his text, and opened his thome, and then his head would begin to bob and uod and duck until, finally, his chin would scttlo upon his bosom, And away ho would go, into his sweet, restful sleep, bidding adieu to all care and troublous thought. It was n great trial to tho minister. Not only was it painful to behold, directly before him, one of fits most in fluential parishoners asleep, but so many others of tho congregattoS wero continually twisting about in their sleepy. places to look at-hir- New York dry A traveler goods homo recently arrived in a town, to find that one of his best cus tomers was about to transfer Ins custom to n Boston house. "Didn't we for a w vim?'1 atknl .v rf Now Yorker. "Yes, I beliovo so." "Didn't wo ship good .promptlyT" "Yes." "And did wo over press you in a pinch?" "No." "Did you over get lower prices at the Boston house?" "No." "Then I don't understand why you should lo.ivo uurhouso all of a sudden, after buying of us several years."' "I know that some explana tion is due, and I wilt make one,'' tho merchant." "You kuow that I attend church. Well, our church is in need ol repairs; wo were talking it over the other day when the Boston druntmcr as in here, nud he at once subscribed ten dollars." 1,Tcn dollars! Why, that's only two kegs iln ,. wrll ..... l!ii FINKPIANO I'OnSALls! ANY DNI UNellllNtJ AN K.XtKLLKNT hew ll.nn .an obtain k Iwrgaln by ealllpg en I he undersigned lihaslen il.e.1 leu Ihsn a dosen flffiftlHMBIKBIICfr ojujiMtioy itisjasii 1 I KTIIIMT, -- siHTIl llnv J. H. Cmh, rvlevIyiimlayniornlni(an.l wight. lor rrayer.MeeilngaThiira.Hy ntubls. Mnnlay rVhool The at ft") A at 1. H Mm, Hutlntrn.lel Woman'aMhotnnary (VielHiy imta here onJheltt Sun-laMrs. T. T. In earh inmth. al a o'clock. WSKPi YJi&fi&a&r eH4Le times I'avlm. ("rMlcieni W. P. WALTON. Stanford IiWMWAIL l&FOK fatratl, (ilrlMCvs. tlMkaj,! altvnv .....,., U UMfflR I STILL LEADS WITH THE !hol Sniwrlntrndent FJunJay BAITI8T. night, rraset ItscT an.1 M Maera, Pastor. Pevvleee (Vitirth Mondays, morning and Meeting every Wednesday after-nnn- n al SO A. , lb K, Barrow i Stanford Female College. STAXI'tmi), KY. V l wlM t t IlMtIM eonrregallon ev CIIIHtiTIAN. dayWorahlptit the Hid. Joe Kalloti I'reaehlngby on rirsr ami irnm isini-- nays rtiireiay ocniwti at 9 IV Jim .Wvranie, Superintendent. I. S. IVtrPnYTRlllAN. COtlTlt,-lt- ev. my, alnr Mtimlay rVhonl at John W. itrni, Hurtntxient iinwn I'raytr Mrettngon Wplnee-tanlihls. t ft steia rretWalRt el ,, fl0t.MlHit ttfTVlfal. r Hmi M arartst.af ravtaitlMil MI tt rWefs Dialtt, ! tllaMl i til th1 ? Uatt ( fetf I U" t, a stl 1 1. !! in.lkM.ttv wi U ft. fM .k afa Ml l l lbHS J5S t twi Ittvwi wrrn a toll oorps or tbaoherb tht. Institution will open 1531, D. M. FEIXRY V' ! lllafaajllrflWpaaijTf a.it f'tf t MlWr (tri c ' I. lsfta nnfl A 4n4 t. CO., Detroit, Mich. ', ui WMSSOM INTH AND 8T HEY BEST ITS 8X11 TWELFTJI 8ESBI0N, ON THK Scmi-Wcok- A ly QRANDCOXB!NATION, IS3J, Interior Jaurnal And Ibe Itnlsvllle IV. l v. ui.M.sr.Y 3UI,.VV IX.NrTiTMilKK,Xi:XT. AI.LTIIH tlKANCIIM OF A la a candidate Mr AMlttrjOlt, sul jret to Ibe will Weekly Courier - .Touriml for Jlltle more jearb.r HLMO-Iw- o Ihsn the price nf one. one year fly paying us M you will receive your home paer wlih the Courier Journal. Ihe rrprrentattvenwspsr of the rvxtlri, and ilia Iw.t, brlghtealarHl sl.le.t Isnilly Weekly .In Ihe l'nlle-- l ritstes. ThoM who de.lre lo essmlnea as- - He copy ol the ttourler-Jonmrsn do sn al thleotBce. One the lemrarf prs JOHN III, A IN JOHN I.. IUM, taa candidate fer aiUNTY AHMJOIt, siiljeel to the will of the leuoersey. THOROUGH! ENOLISH COURSE fr Is a candidate fnr (' iUN'TY CI.KUK, iubjeel to any aethH) of ih leinoeraey. MUUIO, are taught, aa well as SELL THE TUB LANOUAOK3, DitAW. INO AND PAINTING. BUGGY OH THE FOR THE GLOBE rrxaitstH ai t , In Tuition, regnlsr Departmrnta. ii3it a.'1-- h ST.ASAPHHOTEL .MhIii Ml., NtHiirord, of nails! Put mo down for thirty dol- MONEY. wo called Parson Ncth-erbto settle with us. and preach for us. He was a stirring mahj emphatically, a livo man. He could not endtiro a sleeper in his congregation, and mora especially, onoofhia deacons. He determined to administer a corrective. At length y I Another Sabbath came a calm, beautiful day and Parson Netherby was in his pulpit, ready for the labors of the hour. The hymns, the prayer, tho Scripturo lesson were disposed of in turn; and then ho announced his toxt. He had preached, perhaps, fivo minutes, when the good decan began to nod. In five minutes more lie ' was fast asleep. Suddenly the minister stopped, and rnised his finger admonishingly. A hush fell upon tho house a hush like (he silence of dead night, brokon only by tho stertorous breathing of the deacon I man-ner'f- "Hart" That word, from the minister's lips, r dropped like a small thunderclap; and the deacon camo up like a shot. "Deacon Grampus! did you speak ?" "Mel Eh 1" And ho rubbed his eyes, and looked around. The were in a broad grin, and a few were laughing outright. "Excuse me, deacon; I feared you might bo unwell. You don't know how you frightened me! But as I waa saying Blessed are those who can enjoy the privileges of tho sanctuary. Said the psalmist 'I was glad when they said unto me, Let us go into the house of the Lord !' not to sleap; not to while away tho time; but to praise the Lord !" And so ho went on, and I think the deacon nev er slept in church again; at least not during Parson Netherby's administraN. Y. Ledger. tion. It's a funny old world anyhow, and t . m s of "Smother Evening." There was once u wicked king who hired a wicked murderer to smother tWlittle princes fn a' great big tower. Origin So the wicked murderer went to do. his work with two fino goose feather The little princes tried to pillows. melt the iron heart of the murderer, but they had no fire to put tho heart t The alleged decree excluding wo in, and could not do it, and he got ready to finish bis job. When he men from public offices will displace came to them they wxpt piteously, women from the post offices of Rich-monVa., and Louisville, Iy., who and cried, "Oh, do not kill us. Not this evening." Then the wicked fill these positions so acceptably that murderer laughed bitterly, and said, no ground of removal can bo found "Aha, not this evening? Smother except their sex. It will displace evening?" And the little priucea not hundreds of widows, to mako places This infamous orknowing Tvhat' pun was, because they for children, der will strike Miss Sweet, pension were good Sunday-schoo- l both cried, "Oh, yes, dear, good, agent of Chicago, who has filled the kind mau, some other evening. Then position with great ability for many he laughed loudly again, and repeated, years. But it will servo a purpose in "Smother evening," and in a few min- showing the uneven chance a woman utes they were both ready for the un- has for place and position, just because Woman's dertaker, who was standing at tho of her disfranchisement. front door kicking his toes ag ainst the Journal. brick wall to keep his feet warm, and Darwin, in his new book, estimates tape nieas that there aro iu gardens 53,767 swinging his ure in his hand. Thus do we see his- worms to the acre. This tallied with Lumptou. tory repeat itself, our count when wo were digging gar-de- u m ofb'ce-huuter. silvcr-muonted taste is only a mattor of education. Your baby contentedly gums candy, the nativo African picaniuny is joyous over a mouthful of salt, and the young Esquimaux cries for tallow candle; we gorge ourselves with oysters, while the Digger Indian would not givo you pne long fat snake for all the oysters in Chesapeake Bay. We, or at least you, chew tobacco, the Hindoo lime, and the unostentatious and not over fastidious Patagonian, when he wants a chew of something real good rolls a quid og guano into his cheek. he is, That's the kind of a gum-droand you couldn't hire him to chew tobacco, unless, indeed, ho may have learned tho habit from the missionaBurlington Hawkeye. ries. his astonished gaze. All at once he TAMES 0. GIVEXS, stopped in the very middle of his ATLANTA, GEORGIA. tosk and appeared to bo reflecting AT ATTORNEYBTKEET, LAW, profoundly. "George, darling," she The Davis Sowing Machine Ill FlrTU again ahead. asked, "what are jou thinking KENTUCKY. LOUISVILLE, about?" "I'm tliiukiuc," he answer Collections prompt rractlces In alt tho Courts r ed abstractedly, with a look thai indi- And Curries otT the Highest .Number of lymade. Awards, how deeply he was uilected by cated WALLACE E. VARNOX. T. W. VAKNON. the idea that possessed his mind, "I'm And )s acknowledged superior to all other Ma T. V. A V. 11 VAltN'ON, judges say In tlirir rrrt : "That chines The thiukiog, dear, whether if Noah had Its jiecullar leed motion enahlea It to sew rsrlous bad one of your shoes, he would have kinds of fabrics that can not be will aeweu on ATTORNEYS AT LAW, machluea basing an under feed." And the award HTANFOHI), icy. found it necessary to build tho ark." to the Davis is the only one In which the superi Office In Court From that moment their souls floated ority of one machine orer another ia In any way recugolxed or expressed by the Jury in any of their toward tho infinite future by different reports. T EE F. HUFFMAN, routes. The uniformity of length of stlsh on all kinds dxe.1, lletetisre If exwet to I al.lv In wll a grtal iuny more tbli drawing will be bad, aad notice ef same will be I). rawn IhtnanyoMin ireTioui yean, iruiuug CAKI'KNTKK given liirongh thepara. Willi able In nil all omen iiroinnuy, i am, JOU la a candMate for COUNTY ATTOIlNAY, subject Mciiohi iiaxva, UTtrriuan. About 10 o'clock last Monday eve Lafajttlf, Ind. to the action of the Democratic patty. The Wlllard Hotel with all It. lCOKfl nflfl Flilurco and Furniture. ning a lady living on First avenue, (IisTLKMaN W hate been uln anjwllltv ..II4,000 E. One l!ldence on tlreen Mtreet work In ClaiVe county for the pail lour OH. XI1U IiAM) in Wood II.D00 Dee lsldrnre on tlrren nlrel iver, Cal., was followed your with tb twit aitliracllon to ouraelrea and Teara .. Two Cash lO.ouO rich tl.HK) Your liugslea are unlreraalljr euttomrra to the offlceof JAIL Two Cash lor homo from Main street by what she ., 4,000 lrlie. lach li.ooo Old tr our cuitoraera to bo the very heat Isa candidate the acllou ol the Democracy. i:it; subject to ft ,0(0 r Ive Cssh Wises, each II.OUO. the country price that took to be a largo Newfoundland doe. for the Combination ran be taught In larronounre.! J.SO0 Kl.eC.h I'rlie.,eschV)0 ;Sirlii( Hurt Your .. S.flUO Uny Cssh I'rlsea, each IIO- Oeailrit riding the Arriving borne, sho paused at the by all to be In unent, eoftnt, ami aide-bS,ooo One Hundred Cash Ibises, each tM. wagon Your firewater bussy now 10,W AND Fire Hundred Cash Prises, each liJ.-...- .. rltal. Taking all In COUNdoor to open it, but it was soma time la crrtalnly without a your butglra cannot all, la a Ondldate b.r the ... ...-1,000 One rVtol liar rurellure ta TY JUDUi:, subject to will of the olllce of we fearlnly aay that Its Proprietor it Determined that Democracy. AuO One Una I'lsno country foratyle, flnlih.and durathe before sbo succeeded. During this beaten InYoura truly, 100 One HsndMime atlver Tea Set it Shall be Second to bo Country bility. no fWixea Old Ilourbun V hlaky ltd. . . ll,t0 Hotol in the State in its Fare, Tkxnit A Mo.ua. delay the animal got quito closo to Springfield, Oblo. T. .11. I'KX.MXOTO.V 10 lU.kel Cfasisipsgne 0 Appointments, or AttenS.UIO Frlsee, esch 110 Five llun.lrrd ' her, and as lie seemed harmless, tho (ItMTi-ciiK.lo the olBcw tion to Comfort of - - li.VI I hare bad In llrrry now for Is a Candidate for to the action or 10 lemoeof 400 Hoses rloe Wloesl M. , butjrel too Doses Robertson Covoty Whisky, 130, their Guests. two .mm. and hare not apent a dotuar for re ASSISOlt. lady called, him in. Her surpriso 400 Ho lea Havana Clears, f 10 4,000 palra on Ibeni, and tbey look nearly aa good aa racy. s.ouo (Ive Hundred Cash Frlats, each 110.. of aereral may be imagined when, on striking a new. Hare bad bugjleaeo good as other manuRateres. will ha ceavajed te aad frees Ihsdspet AMOUNTINO TO tMl.lW. the Columbus facturers, and find none free sfrkargs, Kasrlal acreasaaedatleaa te FR0FEKMO51L. light, she saw a huge bald-face- d bear Buggy Company's buggies. Iteipertfully, Whole tickets. IV halves, II, quartets, II. Ut'esasasrclalTravelsra. Tht Her will be T. K. HioiDXlK. msy l mad by Hank Check, e.aprrss, always issslled wllk Ike rhslf.tt looking at her, showing his teeth, as Conyera, Georgia. lustal Money Ordsr, or Itglstrred Msll. kraadsefLleaersaeC Clgara. ia Ible stents wante.1 at all points. For Circulars, sicslleat Livery Is attacks'. if grinning at her mistake I More naxTLKUK: The buggies I hare bad of your TT C. KAUFFMAN, glvlngfull Information and lor tickets, addrru glren mo entire satisfaction. manufacture W C D. WIII1VS dead than alive, the lady opened the They are the bare I hare ever used for the aame WILLAIU) 1IOTKU LOl'laVILLK, KY. lst ami 1 J K.ST money. Youra truly, door, and gathering her skirts, as amount of I). CoLLi!ii, LlTerynian. McKOBKKTS A MrAOO, AOIINTfl. 3CY. Joplln, Missouri. HTANFOKD, KY. women sometimes do, began shoo Master Commissioner and County Attorney. Will (lsrrar.1 and adjoining Courta connected with the practice Oicxtlkm :.-- I MO-ling" tho bear. Bruin, as if appre manufacture of and hare been buggies for fifteen counties In allInthe Courtof Appsmla. of dealing In the and look like moat factory .Your The New York OIerver haa now the largat clr- "BLUE-ORAS- S ROUTE." ciating the gravity of tho situation, yeara. but la work does nit work, smoothly finished In wood, Iron, Misieason rirron. ratKr. vroLroaD. cuisueaoiiiscisas. ills relating and trlmnilag. Material used In the hurried out, whereupon tho frightened Coluuibus Buggy Company's buggies hss pro red to 31. 1'EYTOX, V. h. WHLI'OKII Uiiilctiomlnnllonal, I7nsrctarlan, llran-prtlo- tl run light. lady sank into a chair, and did not be of the best. Tbty bought yourEvery one In and National. huggleaare Ibis county wbo hare well pleawd, they glre the best of satisfaction, recover her presence of mind for at IlwlllenU-- r tours truly, 10,11113110 V. 1CV. E. E, Watt. least fifteen minutes, when sho ran to Winchtsler, Ills. Otfica Special attention given to collections. THK MOST DfailtAIILEKOUTE TO ITS SIXTIETH YFAU. (WJ-lyover It. T l'lerce's store. a neighbor's and told of her advene, U'llb a sheet lour times the slse ef lis first ture. full of foreign and domestic naws: with vleoe- milOMAS IM!IUa,JK., ousedllorlslsupun tnaiuraof relldon. aod secu lar loicriei, wiin carrrully cJlle.1 departmrnta The fork in tho roads: Gracefully Dealer for Liacoln and Garrard Oos. for children, 8abbath-cbo- ol teachers, farmer, aad T1IEO.SI.Y LINK ItUN.NIMl business racaj wlb eight active fOllors. aa ua. dropping on one knee ho busied him- rivalled staff of lorrlgn rerrrspondents, and raid writers aod coalrlbulors In every ran of too self fastening a skate to tho pedal country. Will prartica In the Courta ol this and adjoining UtSce on counties and In the Court of Appeals. phenomenon which she exhihited to 4tt-ly- r Uncasier Street, Now TJook with Iraonua" Lottors 111); i'rrparaloiy, 110. and IVlFeglale, tso. lars cash, a new silk hat for every for COfl.NTY ATTUIINKY, SEND FOR CATALOGUE taa candidate of the Deiuocrae, to the will JOHN DINWIDDIE.PRO'E. season, and a full suit of clothes for For full particulars, aa to Hoard, Ae.,addreee AND TESTIMONIALS OF tho minister." "Do you really mean s.i.ni!i:r MHN. N. V. TKI'MII'.IKT, rrlrsrlpnl OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1078 it?" "Of courso I do; nnd if that two- Vsur-r- .. LtnrotnCo.,Ky. la a candidate for .'AIL,' K of Llneeln rourjty,snb HUNDREDSQF LIVERYMEN Jeet to the action of the DiMorracy, cent christian from Boston daro sign DAY. WILLAUD HOTEL L07TEHV CRAWiK.I BOARD, 92.00 another fivo, I'll send voudown aSGOO WHO HAVE USED THEM W3I. COOIal'.Y organ and pay a man 500 a year to 1 1U Teilbronry, 1H82, la a randldale far JAII.KU of Unrein county, Address- Spoclal Accommodation to Commercial t.ia Democrstic primary election. play it. Wo aro a house that never Oil MONEY IIEFUNDED! Travelora. makes any great display of gospel TJION. KIG'IIAUDN CAl'T. IsvlLLa. Kr NoremWrlO, hymns and religious tracts, but when Bnggage Transferred Free of Charge Ilesinisr.1, Thsl the IWmM of Commissioner Is a Cewlhl.te lor JAII.KIt of Lincoln county, consrnt lo a .Mmement el the Drawing ef tbs a Boston drummer bluff's, wo show our subject to the action ef the Democracy. Hotel lottery until the Itthday of Wlllard OHIO. IMt, and thai they will not consent to aay I hare reccntlj taken charge of this home religious hand and rake in tho pot CDLUMBU3 farther poetponemrnt of the aame and intend to baro tirst-chItKFRREKCEK: J. S. ltOSMvY Honaar Mattxiar, Chairman. every timo. htnJIloj jem accommodations. Iho merchant will con (ItytLtuyy I bar brn llr the alve resolution tnta drawing must and ta a essdldate for ASSHSSOIt of Llneeln county, ildf-Uw$goa$, rbutom, flc, for lh will be bad on the day SaeJ, or money distributed tinuo "to deal with tho Now York Hrttr jmm.r So tit lUtj bare lfti cnllrn subject to the action of the Democracy. nt.l tour to Uk enough uil.faclUn to all who hart luhl them anl I house. told Ufore .Isle the sul-J- ecl jvdui: j. .m. i'iiii.ii's prices range front 11 lo M In lb Primary, IU; InletDiedlsti It J. i:(;m:uan PER MI11K u. Tfr rv- lf ll. Felo-rusr- y, Shooing Away a Bear. It. LINT !' 1MIIKH, mthrshotel! Til I. fOU,UUU i:. w. iikow.v .... ... .... STANFORD. KY. II. BURN3IDE, Propr. Tbis and Woll Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Reputation, fJ ar ... ..... llo- ATTORNEY AT LAW, IiANCAKrRIt, )Mi:ST " Family Nowspapor. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, LO. 2EO. I. WJGAKKiV, CINCINNATI! ItKTWKKN ATTORNEY INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, COTTON 8TAN PO III. KY. 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Close connection made InClnclnnall for all points North, Eaat and West, fpectsl rates to Kmlgranta. places for a Ask the Agent at the above-nam- ed tlnie-fold- rr ol Ibe "lllue (Irass ltoute." ltound-tri- p tickets- - from Maysvllle and Lexington to Cincinnati sold at reduce! rates. For rstee on household goods and veeatern tickets, addrrea CIIA1. A. IIAHI.l.TT, (ten. Kmlgratlun Agt., Covington, Ky. SEE tho MONTHLY CONTENTS DF'or A Complete Novel in Every Number, specialties' Beauliealdealhe followlogold-tlm- e tiful Original Bteel Plate I'.ngravloga, designed by V O. C. Iisrley, Hlsgrsra Patterns for Udles and Children: Mammoth Colored Ktshlnn Plsle; Khort Stories, lVams and Hkalchea, Our Popular Novelty Pages In Colors; Illustrated Art aod Fashion Home Work, Architectural Designs lor besutlful Homes; tlodey's ltclis, UodtT's Pussies and on Fashions, etc., etc. Uamra; Monthly Chit-Ch- 1882 ! A Natural DEuarrr. "It gives of labrlca waa conceded by the Jury as worthy of special mention, and theso three reports fully me a pleasant senso of victory," said Miss Alcott, "to ransack tho old trunks, and'fiow and the' fish, out and sell a story that had been rejected over and over again when I had not been heard of, and that goes readily enough now. I lately took malicious delight in replying to a request for a demonstrate that tho Darts Vertical I' ed bewlog South aide Main 8 1 reel, two .doors above Machine la the best, and with It can be produced Oflce Myers Hotel. the the greatest variety and moat perfect work, with Pure Nitrous Oxide lss administered when rethegrealest esse of aay machine In tbewor'd. quired. naroBT or awaaus roan 121. International Cotton Exposition, Atlanta, I la., Dec.2l, 1SS1. Award to the Dasla Sewing Machine Company. WILL DE IN STANFORD Eutry 11S9 The Da sis Bewlng MachlDe Com- of Ieach month, from first Monday, TWO la WEEKS and Lancaspany la worthy of mention lor Ita peculiar feed ter two weeka of each month, Irom third Monday. Office in St. Asaph Hotel. orer Mattlngly A Son's motion, which glrea It special value for acwlng various kinds of fabrics that oannot be so well atorc. rSeealgn. K.O. JtOKOA.V, D. D. 8. 4S2-aewed on maehlnea having the underfeed. Signed Jam is 8, Atwood, EOKOE W. llOHIlITT, OEoaacB. Ilmei,, SURGEON DENTIST, HTANFOItl), ICY. JAMES C EflMJT. (1 I. A T. A. oaour LrtmiJ ilXTOTICE 'o Contlnncd Stories Complete In Erfrr Xtimbcr ltclf, 7. .lEOErAOLr v siciuL story from a magazine by sending it a story which its editor hod rejected at least once, and I don't know but twice. He took it, and paid mo well the Indianapolis Jourfor it."-Frnal. ora TiAil IRENEWE XSsaVaal'aV aaoamtll. Bielocii, Approved. p 4Drl .i r 7N ' kJattsgfllaW II. I. Kiuuill, Committee. Director General. CONS T'A week at Los Angelos a married woman eloped with her coachman, in consequence of which her Last Tho next day also in love with the coachman, went insane, while the servant girl, who was in turn gone on the defunct husband, tried to drown herself tliree times. We shall get out au extra as soon as we learu of tho course taken by tho housedog in the matter. husband shot himself. who his daughter, was Dozen Dead Men. itichmond, Va , Ma7 20, 1881. My Worth A CL1U 179 KKTRT MO. 1449. Product Davis Sewing Machine work. Name and address of exhibitor, Davis Sawing Machine Company, Waterlown, New York: The undersigned having examined the products herein described, rcpertlully recommend the same to the Eiecutlve Committee of the International Cotton Eiiutlllon for award for Ibe following reasons. via.: Sneclmensof workmanship on gcueral and fine work. Embroidery with chenille and silk very artistic In design, and well executed through an attachment to the machine. Special attention Is called tn unlfomlty In length of stitch on all fabrics, regardless ol thickness of muter al, A fine display made o( epectmeua ofqulltlugou OKOUr MO. 25 STANFORD, Ky. 1LE, Msklng nesrly I.JOO psgse of Original Ultee lreaa and llluatrattuna la the full year'a Issues. will be received at thla office In clubs with 1 ua iKinaioe Joubnal and (lodey'a Lady'a Book for one year, poatpsld, only Baiaple cvpirssu cvuis, au news ussierv sen iu How to remit: (let a O. Money Ordsr on Philadelphia. s Draft on 1'hlladslphla or Kfw York. If oellhsr of three can be bad, send Dank Notes In a registered letter, Address UODKY'S l.ADY'o BOOK I'UII. JO.,Llralted. !.!. I. 100 Cbestaut St., Philadelphia, Pa. All business entrusted to him promptly and care-ful- ly sSMyr attended to. IRON BITTERS n cci'tnla Haa been In constant use. by tlio jmbllo . for over twenty years. nntl la Iho 1est prepiaratlon errr InscnleU for ItKSTOlt-IN- 1 OKAY IIAIIt TO ITS YOUTHFUL COLOIl AND Jtei TTaaaa fsifw Km-- t A N.Y.Wookly.Hornld. ONLY $T A YEAR. LIFE. lijr. By a JimedMan. Women are sadly ruled by the law of compensation Those ub,are, good nre uever pretty; thono who are pretty are never good. To a mau, truth is what he kuowi; a woman, truth is what alio believes The only perfect woman a man over kiiovis is his mother. All Intimate friendships among women bajethelame basis, . and rub Tiiouairrs Aijout Womkn and didu't caro a nickel about finding worms; but when we wanted bait for fishing tho garden didu't pan out a dozen worms to the aero. They had all emigrated to the garden of ou)o other fellow who never goo a Norristown Herald. uMiiug. Diphtheria attack., ill cliirni, at all ap.ee nd at ill tt.iM.iK of the yttr. An the nerd of thU lerrlblodia.e in in tl.e' throat it is directly rcichctl by Vitbjt l'rnph-rlacti- c a gsriEle or bjr ufabbfiij: out between those who resem- Fluid utti wayrexlst in figure they can III, mouth with a cloth aalurattd with the ble eah other Fluid Artlotus ued about the tick ihould , borrow each others ilrcgs eg. b rimed In water conlidninu a inall a quanWomen in varrubly fwrnllatli-'a- ntl tity of the Fluid, it will alwehiuly don't wtmdtr. the i;eruiof contagion. , tie-ttr- slclan, after eiliaustini; tue financially, cooly Informed m that toy caae waa huiie- lew, 110 remedy would resell my case, ami It was entirely uaeleta for me to continue taking medicine. I waa told that one lung was gou and that my bowela and kidneys were all decayed. I suflered excruciatingly from the horrors of dyapepiia and painful urination, and my bieath came short and quick, while my heart at times ceased lo beat enllrly, while again it would A. alater of thuiuu most rehetoenily. mine, a Mr. Jlliortr, In Il.iltlujore, wrote to father adrialnj; him to get me ilronn'a Iron liitteta. From the very Grit dote I U.tl.MUOMIt, AuuBalth felt a change ; now all pain ia gone, my diAppreved: II. I, Klulall, BtMtav UfHeMl. gestion la good, inr urine ia free from and my alumber unbroken and Ita Balk ur ilreanileu, I now feel perfectly rentsircl, HALE & NUNNELLEY, Agents, anil gu a 1)941 1 and do aa muoli work aaever . aTAkMaas, Kr. llMWHwlN I did, and I d lint frel that Iraftt fatigurd Daniel It. MoKemie. OKOUEKILS HAHDWAUE, &.O. stdi-men- ), silk, dresses,' cusblona, tapea, diagonal and straight shirring on silk with putting same. r)rlal aittnllou Is called to M Ita Nellie A. Hardy, Clevrlan , O , for proficiency In embroidery work on the Davis Machine. Okosoe I. Til 'Mas, Committee Approved: II. I. KlumLL, Director (leucral IM-Kuaourao. .ass no. lieu. 1'roduct, specimens of sewing machine work. Name and eddreu of exhibitor, Dsvla Hewlug Machine Coiupauy, Watertowu, N. Y. The undersigned having examined the prodocts hetelu described, rcieetfully reevuimcnd the tame lo the exreutlse toaiiulileeol the IulernatUnal CUeo Exposition fo; award, ler Ibe fvllowlug rwuws, vli- :Uulformlty of stubbing on all wrk abowu. (treat variety of work Arlletio taste and skill lu Its eoBsOuedou. Speesal altentlen la tailed to the nukrelaery work doe by Mlse NrJUa . Hardy on lb Davla wualne with aiuebvat. flaw I.TiiaxAH, W.ll.Uaoaawowj, It siippIUa thn nutllrul food uml color to tlio Imlr Clnnila vtllliout etuliiliic; tlio It "111 lurrcuto ami thicken tlio growth of tlio Imlr, prevent lie bUuclilnir ami falling; off, uml lima ln. Tho ntato Acsajer and Ohcmlst of Mass. and leading Avintr iui.u.Ni:a It rurra Itililnu, Uruju tlona oikI Ditmlruff. Aa u IIAIIt I)lli:.s8IN(lltlv.ry endorse and recom- mond it The circulation ot this popular newspaper Is constantly Increasing, it contains all the leading news ol the Dally Herald and ta arranged In bandy departments. 'Ibe roaaiux xavra embraces Seclal dispatches from all quartan of globe. U ndcr the bead of AUaatCAH aawa areglvrn Ihe Telegrspble Despatches from all parts of theUnlon, This fraturo alone makes Tiia vrxKLY iiaaALu Ihe most valuable chroulcle In Ihe world, aa It la Ibe cheapest. 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The Home Department ol Ihe Weekly Herald will aave the housewife more than one hundred tluiea Ihe price SKILLBD LABOR THK riKM DXrsaiMXKT rino flr all tllHeascs rctilrlni; a complcto tonloi Intor-mlltcik mtowvs iuo.v mTrnns nro it K. gltlncr tho Iiulru allkrii softneaa ivlitilt nil adiiilro. It keep Iho lirud llcull, sucet uud Ilculthy dealr-b- l, --aatu , aaaaaaaaai as n groat trlumnli in metli-cinn o. j iv 'v fcrtcli an tewiliv; AVuuL ol' Appctlto, LMi of KtrcnUi. of KncrKy, etc. Iiitrlclies (lie Moot, ntrciiiitlt-en- s tlio iimscloM, nml rItcs how 1IA) to tlio iiorvrvi. Acts Uko a clirtrm oil the dl(;llvo orcaas, ly iie?ittu hjtiiitoiii8, tsemuvlnit all I oflhopspcr. Thelnteiestaof CWMgHM Dye lirt tit liie H;oumcIi, lloarlburii, (to. Tlu cnly Iron l'lojmrutlou t'iru vlll ;twe li l.o fbutl, llolclilnp;, M ilMO u ImjIiI. TiVJW'r.' ciititnavii co. 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