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Semi-weekly interior journal: January 27, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882012701_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 27, 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. JKlJ emMteekh! Intefio 510. An Arkantat Romance, Homo timo ago n .Miss Wnmpton, iMf NEW FALL SERIES-NUMB- ER VOLUME X.-NUM- J3EJI STANFOltD, KY., FJUDAY. JANUARY n 27, 1882 Sho flirted with an Actor. 12. W. P. WALTON, WALTON, Editor and Proprietor. T.'B. Butineti Manager. SUIISCKMTION, $2.50 l'KK ANNUM, iNVAKIAIIt.Y IN AllVANCH. Thl Young An who Man Beginning Butintu. eventful tiny It la Tor tlio yVitth begins tn work fur his own li Tho (lays of school or collego are over, ami tlio toll oi bookstudy is to Ixi oxchanged for tlio steady employment of storo or office or factory. For months or years tho young man lias liecn looking forward to this day, pcrlinjie with fearful anticipation, perhaps with high ambition. It is tho critical timo of his wholo career. On tho way jfi which ho begins busiucts depends much of his failure or success for munhood. If ho has liccn n potted hoy with plenty of leisure timo and holiday enjoyment, tho lifo on which ho now enters present somo features which nro in lively contrast witlrhis past experience. Perhaps tho boy has gone to Iks with a sharp ami grasping employer, who wil work him from seven or eight in tho morning until well into the evening hours, giving htm only a very few dollars a week for his cr vice. Common fame says that thero aro such meu in tho world and that so mo of thorn expect an underpaid and overworked boy to render as much scrvico as an and fairly-paiman. Perhaps it ii so such men know how it was in their own boyhood, when they did hard work for poor pay, that thoy , want to lako it out of tho boys ofth o present generation and teach them to .'.liear burdens. It is an unpleasant experienco for a young man to licar burdens which aro too heavy or too hard. Vet it fits him for olhor burdens which ho must bear during manhood. No lxxly who is of nny over got along without bearing somo burdens and cmluring many things. Tlio moro clearly V.tho young man understands this when ho sets out on his business career tho surer is his road to prosperity. Thero aro lioys and young inou who aro beginning business who think that because their pay is small their work is of littlo importance. Therefore they crform their duties in u slipshod caring littlo as to whether i manner, they givo satisfaction or not. A youth who thus conducts himself stands in the way of his own advance ment. He has a very narrow view of tho possibilities in store for him in tho coming years. He who has a keen eyo to tho futuro will look sharply and closely to the interests of his employer, for in doing so ho is his own. Tho lad who is prompt, accurate, jwlito and trustworthy has a good show for advancement almost anywhere, for thero are plenty of careless aud lazy fellows who will always be found standiug nsido so Philthat ho can march past them. adelphia Times. ablo-bodie- d d bo-ca- It is twilight. Tho faithful dog sits by tho gardoti gate, waiting for somebody. Thero is a business look iu his oyo, which the deepening darkness conceals. Who cau ho bo waiting for? Over tho fields gayly skips tho happy lover. Ho has a pint of peanuts and a pack ago of caramels for Iary. So lightly ho moves nlong that his feet seem scarcely to touch tho daisy dotted turf. Ho sings its ho goes. " Tin love, 'tis lovo that makes tho world go round." A heart that feels liko this, is tatter than riches. Observo tho gate again. It it thero, but tho faithful loved married to another man. Tho dog is not. His fidelity has been re- generous oficr was accepted in tho warded. Tho ground isliltorcd with spirit in which it was mado, and tho peanuts and caramels and shreds of youngest of tho three remaining sis pantaloons, and tho stars look down ters was promptly chosen and marriaud wink just as thoy did at tho ed ou tho spot. Marcum to McHenry. Tiomat ft. Walton. Col. T. I). Marcum, editor of the Wo copy tho following from the beautiful young lady, and n wealthy Kentucky Democrat, who was n gal- Richmond (Va.) Christian Advocate: young farmer named Ilocklon, wcro lant Federal soldier during tho Into Died, nt his residence, in Hanover married. Tho young lady would not war, thus responds to tho letter of Col. county, Virginia, November fith, '81, havo been termed a "happy bride." McIIonry: TnojtAH Ritciiii: Wai.tov, in tho 8I10 had uovcr loved Hockton, and "Wo publish a letter from year of his age. only married him to pleaso a widow- Col. J. II. MoIIcnry, which appeared Brother Walton stood high in his ed mother. "1 will obey you," said in tho Louisvillo Commercial of tho community as one possessed of great tho girl, "hut I do not oven liko Mr. th inst. Wo trust cro this our worth of character and of truo religHockton. Thero is nothing iu sym- friend Col. MoIIcnry has oooled off, ious integrity. Ho had been a stow-ar- d pathy between us. Ho is wealthy; and will retract nu utterance evidentin his Church for moro than but whilo poverty always brings mis- ly mado when ho was a littlo off. twenty-fivyears, and his heart and ery, yet wealth docs not always bring Such n course- on tho part of Col. homo were nlways open to welcome happiness. You know that lam de- McIIonry is moro to lx regretted by and entertain his brethren, and all voted to Tom Itoscmond, and that ho Democrats who wcro Union soldiers tho plans for the promotion of his Reis devoted to me; but if you, as my than thoso who wcro opposed to them. deemer's causo found in him a warm mother, command mo, I will obey, Wo feel authorized to soy for that supporter. He had been in feeble even though the cflort cost mo my lifo clas of Domocrnts in Eastern Ken- health for many years, with sufferings as well as my happiness." tucky that they did not nffiliato with most Intense, and had been awaiting Tho ceremony was performed. tho Democratic party at tho closo of his end with an anxious willingness who would havo been tho tho war for its spoils, but because thoy that amounted at times to almost imgirl's choice, left tho neighborhood. believed it to bo tho party of constitu- patience. A short timo before his Hockton and his wife began keeping tional liberty, guaranteeing equal demiso ho received intelligence of the house. Six months afterwards Rosa- rights to all and cxclusivo privileges death of his daughter-in-lain Kenmond returned and sent Mrs. Kock- to none. Thoy nro Democrats be- tucky, and, in sympathy with his ton a note, begging an intcrviow. Sho cause they helicvo Democracy is son, ho exclaimed, "Poor Thomas," showed tho nolo and her answer of right; because its great cardinal prin- bqt added, "I will soon be withIag-gio.- " refusal to her husband. Ho kissed ciples aro thoso upon which the perHis own summons did come her as a reward ot fidelity. Hocktou petuity of a Republican form of Gov- shortly after. Ho has seen "the was taken sick with swamp fever, and ernment depends. Therefore, they door open and heard a voice saying, when about to dio ho said: aro Democrats from principle, nnd Come up hither' " and ho has enter"You havo been a faithful wife. not for placo or profit, except such ed in, and with prophets, priests, and Nino women out of ten would havo profit as every citizen shares from kings, joins in the chorus, Holy, horun nway long ago. I havo nlways faithful administration ot public af- ly, Lord God of Isiael. I fairs, which has over been the mission known that you loved Hosemoud. Tho indecision of a Kansas City have scut for him. I want you to of tho Democratic party. Wo say for girl as to which of two lovers to marry him lmforo I die, so that I can tho bent-fi-t of Col. McIIenry and tho marry lasted until tho wedding day. She sco the ceremony." Commercial, that if they undertake to was deeply in love with both, she said, "That would not bo legal," answer- get up a fide show for tho Republican and found it difficult to reject either. ed tho wife, "for I cannot marry an- menagerio of Kentucky, they will reWhen ono got a chance to see her other man so long as you aro living." ceive no patronago from the bluo coat alono sho would accept him ; but when "Well, but I want him hero, so I Democrats of tho mountains. Wo the other secured a liko opportunity can sco that tho ceremony is perform- want no "Maboncs" in tho Demoto impress her sho would change her ed immediately after I am dead." cratic party of Kentucky." o mind. Both suitors procured Itoscmond and a preacher wcro licenses, aud agreed to bring Cartels should Ikj invariably put Hockton tent for. They arrived. liclow; n her to a final test by ippcaring toThe tnarringo nbovo tho knee, aud not gasped and motioned. woman who puts her garters below gether before her. This was done, party approached the bed. Ilockton tho knee is not worthy to live. Gar- and she gave preference to a bartender placed tho bauds of tho lovers togethsliould bo as elegant as if every- over a baker. Sho consoled tho re er, gusped and died. Tho preacher ters body could seo them. As regards jected suitor,' however, with a kiss, and raised his hand, and the lovers wcro theso elegant questions, whilo asking he is to continue a dweller iu tho Little Hock Gazette. married. pardon, if my remarks aro considered boarding house she keeps. Tho Marion county (Ga.) Argiu indiscreet, I will quote tho reply of a The lace rufllcs which Attorney tells of a young woman teaching Marquise of tho old regime to one of General Brewster wears at his wrists school iu Marion county, and who has her friends, who expressed astonishset of! a remarkable handsome pair of a man forty years of ago attending ment when sho heard her order a pair hands which are in strange contrast Ho missed his lessons, of diamond garter buckles. "What tho school. with tho painfully scarred faco. These whereupon tho femiuino teacher an is tho good oi spending money on aro honorable scars he wears, since nounced her intention of opening tho things that are never seen?" asked the they were got when he was a child iu pores of tho skiu with aswitch,to seo if friend. "Who kuows?" replied the saving the lifo of his little sister. Her she could learn him something in that Marquise, "one is always iu danger of apron caught fire on tho nursery way. Ho flatly declared that he meeting an insolent fellow!" By hearth, and the boy, hardly more would not lako a whipping and would somo funny man. than a baby himself, rushed, to her quit school first. Finally she left it To Cleanse tiik Tketii. A good and pressed out the firo, saving her at to a voto of tho scholars as to whether way to cleanso tho teeth is to dip tho a fearful cost to himself. ' sho should whip him. Tho young brush iu water, rub it over genuine sters wcro unanimously in favor of whilo "You may talk about Gainsborcaslile soap, then dip in preparwar. Tho young woman then gath ed ough hats," said an old theater-goe- r : chalk. A lady says "1 have ercd tho bearded scholar by the collar, been complimented upon tho white yesterday, "but I'd rather tako my mid to his utter nstonisbmont gavo chances behind one of those monstrosness of ray teeth, which wcro originalIIo is now him a sound thrashing. ities than to be just back of the man ly anything but white. I havo used disgusted with tho school business, tho with a head that goes away up from soap constantly for two or threo aud beliovos the wholo thing a farce. his shoulders and shuts out the entire years, and the chalk for the lost year stage. I loit tho wholo performance Texas is tho healthioit country in There is no danger of scratching tho tho other night when I got behind a tho world. Wo recently camo across teeth, as the chalk is prepared, but head of that sort." aSau Antonio paper, inwhich it was with a good still brush aud the soap, it staled, in ai many words, that "tho is as effectual us soap and gaud ou .a The contest of the future will be beremains of n man killed forty years iloor." tween tho aggregated wealth of the m ago, wcro discovered ploughing in He was a Frenchman, and he was country on one side aud the people on Central Garden." In no other Stato searching for a certain pond ; coming the other. There is no hope of overaud iu no other city in tho Stato, is across a countryman ho inquired the throwing tho Republican party until tho air so salubrious that tho remains direction. "Well," says thecountryj that is made the issue. And by agof a man, killed forty years before man, "you go along right as you're gregated wealth, I raeau the corporacan bosccn ploughing. Tho attention going till you cotno to two roads, nnd tions, the National banks, and all that of iuvalids is called to this astonishthen turu right to tho loft aud you favors tho moneyed power. Hon. ing ovidenco of tho salubrious.'quality will bo all right. Be careful and not L. Trumbull. o a Tex- turn to tho right; if you do you'll get of San Antonio ntmosphere. An afternoon paper says a promileft," Then tho Frenchmau was as Sittings. nent member of Congress has figured glad ho found out abjut it, aud mut- tho costuf running the Houso at 823 "Thero aro my three other daughtered something about tlio expressivo a minute. Probably no one has ever ters; you can tako your pick; this is force of tho English language. thought how many festive members tho best I can do," said un honest citizen oi Scranlon, Penn., tho other Tho last appearance in this country indulgo in $23 and also 8500 speeches. day, to n young mnii who appeared at of tho great Washington comedian, Every objection, interjection and move what ho supposed was to bo his own Guiteau, preparatory to his departure I mado iu tho Houso alono costs at tho wedding just iu timo to see his be- to fill nu engagement at the Satanic rate of 823 a minute. y fifty-ninth e Iloso-moumar-riagm m The sequel to a one day's acquaintanceship with a flirting variety actor has proved disastrous to a Canton, Ohio, girl, and brought shame nnd disgraco upon her parents and rela tives as well as herself. The girl is a pctito brunette, with a handsome face, tho daughter of parents, and whoso reputation has been good. About three montii'J ago an actor belonging to a company which exhibited hero flirted with the girl and mado nu unmistakablo mash. IIo left with tho company only to begin an endearing correspondence, which ended iu a proposal of marriage. The girl consented, and was to meet her e husband in Mount Vernon, whero the company recently exhibited. With this inten tion sho stolo away from homo about a week ago, leaving her anxious parents no explanation of her sudden Whether he failed to departure. meet her at Mount Vernon, or met her only to blast her hopes by desert' loir her, is not known. But no mar riage took place, and tho deluded girl, ashamed to retgrn to her home, was, when last seen and heard from, working as a servant girl iu Akron for a well-to-do to-b- A! WINTER STOCK OF . ON I Notice to the People of Stanford and Vicinity. I IIAVnjI'ST UKCKtVEI) AND OPENED THE CHOICEST EVER BROUGHT II haa been axlccted with fare, and comprint the brat In th market You will And averrlhlng that a flrit-claMerchant Tailor ought to hire. Th iloek comprlm ClotliM, OitHslnicrcH, DlitKoiiiilnitiuI ii J.nrRo Selection of Worn-IciI- h from tlio Ilcst .WiintirjirtoticH of France mill EuglHiitl. LAST HUT NOT LEAST, A SPLENDID LINE OK TMMMINllS. 1 Cutting and Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. Thankful for put favora, bop, by itrlct attention to bmlneM, to tnerlt M. C. KUM.EY. a continuant ot th aaai. F. STUKENBORG Manufacturer! and Dealeri In A fc BRO., maJ FTJE,2sTIT CJK,BII MATTRESSES, CHAIRS, Xoo. Indi of &c. O and 11 E(int l'cnrl Street, CINCINNATI, O. Parlor Suits, 5 jMaHJiaaWMiaMMllC ii l iPi YOU WILL SAVE 10 TO IS l'EU CENT. ON A bill of good at our houae. p French DrcssingCaso SeU, Marblo-Towith Largo Glass, At 845, 850, SCO, 875 a Upwards. Bureau Sets, 820, 825, 830 and up. Parlor Suits, Seven Pieces, livelihood. Either in Hair, Cloth or Terry, At 830, 835, 840, 850 a Upwards. The word "Renaissance" now so ofVisitors to our city aro respectfulten quoted meaus second birth, a comto call and see our stock ing to lifo again, regeneration, roniov-a- l. ly invited of goods, whetherthey wish to pur It is applied in literature to the chase or not. PLACE, revival of classical learning and the Noh. OA REMEMHKIl THEM., Loner Mill-- , II Ent I'mrl Nritr Mnlit, C'lncliiiinll, Ohio, fine arts that began in Italy in the fifteenth century. Tho man who begins the new year by stopping his paper to economize, is like the man who slops a broken window light with his Sunday hat, rather than buy a ten cent window pane. JOHN M OHTJULCJEC wiiolesali: AND nETAtl. DEALERS cfc in OO.. PIANOS AND ORGANS Music, Soota, a:l all Kinds cf Musicil HerchsiliH. In Rosewood, Satinwood, Muhogouy, French Walnut and Ebonized Cases, iu elegant designs to correspond with any stylo nt L' urmture. is Getting Well. My dangli ten aay, "How much better father i since Organs, Chanel Organs, Church Organs, lie iifed Hop Hiltera " He i gettlnj; well after hi lone suffering from a diteata deone Manual, with two Manuals and Podals, containing the most beau clared Incurable, ami we are so glad that With titul, powerlul auu usetul combinations ever procured Kochea-te- r, he uaed Tour Hitters. A lady In in reed Instruments. Herald. N. tica Tbti It a lialdcn ill forlorn I She would not luarry Ilia bei. .nan born, Hut on all litr neighbor. ihe made reflection;, Whilo ill twilled her kitr In many aectlona. NO. 66 WEST FOURTH S I1., CINCINNATI, O. Grand PIANOS, Square PIANOS, aud Upright PIANOS, Fatheii Elegant Parlor Y.-tU- Wo invite the public attentiou to our large nnd well selected stock oi nnd our unequaled facilities for furnbhing the. best claw of instruments at low rates. We purchase for net cash in larger quantities than any other bouse in this city. The expense of our PIANO and ORGAN Department is far less than some bousATLANTA, GEORGIA. We have reached lower es doing exclusively a Piano and Organ trade. prices than havo beeu tendered by any dealers in this market, and guarantoe Tho Davis Sowing Machino all instruments as represented. We sell on easy monthly or quarterly payments, and any instrument taken on trial, not proving as represented, may again ahead. We solicit correspondence with persons desirbe returned at our expense. And Carries off the Highest Number of ing to purchase, and take pleasure in answering all inquiries. INTERNATIONAL COTTON EXPOSITION. PIANOS and ORGANS, Awards, JOHN CHURCH & CO. An J li acknowledged iurlor to all other Machine!. Thejudfciiay In their report.-- -- That III riecullar leeJ motion enablea It to aew rarloui kludaof fabrlca that cau not b will wwed on machine! hatlog an uuder feed." And the awirJ to the Datli Ii the onlj- - one in which the luperl-orl- tr of ona machine oeer another la In any way recvgnlied oretpreued blhejurj- In any of Ihelr report!. The unlforultr of lenjtu of atlch on all alndi of labrlca wai romeded br the Jurjr aa worlbjrof peclal mention, and tbt.a threo report! fully e demon-Iratthat the Datli Vertical K.ed Bewlnj Machine Ii the belt, and with It can be produced the greateit Tarletjr and moat perfect work, with thegraatnl eiieofaujr machine In the worlJ. 121. uaroKT ok awaiiDi-to- aii International Cotton Eipoiltlon, Atlanta, (la., Dec! I, 1831. Award to the Datli Sew lug Ma chine Company. iiaoi'P 7. Entrjr 1488 The Daeli Sewing Machine Com- panr Ii worllir of mention lor Ita peculiar feed motion, which gleea It ipeclal value for aewlng Tirloui klndi of fabrlca that cannot be ao well aewed on machine! hating the umlerfoed. Signed JiueiS. Atwooo, UkorukM. Ilaneii, Ukokoe II. IIlklocii, Couitulltoe. GEO. D. WEAREN, STANFORD, LANCASTER and HUST0NVILLE, DEALEU IN Grain, Wool, Orchard Grasss and other Seeds, Approied: UKOUI-M- II. I. 15 Kiuuill, RY Director Oenerat. HO. 14149. CHM179-KNT- Troducl, Davla Sewing Machine work. Name and adilreu ofexhibllor, Davla Sewing Macu Ina Coujiienr. Watertown, New York! The under- algned hating examined the product! herein re pciilullr rerommenil the lame to the Executive Committee of the International Culton Kipoillluu lor award for the following rejiuui, DF I -- a. I DFL 3MC SFBI3STC3- "W - I jA. , I Gr I "W.A.Q-02STS- O 1 1ST I S, .1 Chaldean shepherds. "Never sell u good dog to sausage manufacturer." 11 Tho Parisiaus have found out how fulso eyelashes. Wo do not speak of tho vulgar aud Mrick of darkening the rim around tho eyo with all kiuds of dirty compositions or tho moro artistic plan of doing so to tho insido of tho lid. No, thoy uctually draw n fino uccdlo threaded with dark hair through tho skin of tho oyclids,formiug long loops, and after tho process is over (I am one) a splendid 5 told it is 11 painless Tho following ludicrous senteuco dark fringo veils tho coquette's eyes." is tho result of a compositor's erronJlarpcr's Weekly has nn articlo 011 eous punctuaton ; "Ctujur entered up"Animals That Fish." StraugcJy on his head, his hoi met upon his feot, I enough, it noglec to mention tho armed sandals upoii his brow, a However, wo havo cloud In his right hand, his faithful sword iu his oyo, an angry glare. 110 V. l now. to mako well-know.' Theater, Ingersolltown, will probably Upon that bo announced this week. occasion tho aluii "Standing room On ly" will doubtless bo out, and for tho star thero will not bo even "standing-room.- " IIo may bo nhlo to hang on aro breach of promiso cuso in very by his chin, as many bad actors A constantly doing, likely to bo heard in tho Berks couuty (Penn.) courts, which will present Clara Belle says : "My opinion i novel grounds for action. Tho plain-ti- ll that a brido cm in no way moro sure-lwas a good looking girl when tho keep her husband charmed than by engagement was made. Two years tidily, freshly and stylishly faoitig him of courtship passed. Then tho small- every morning across tho table." This pox disfigured her face, mid tho is a very simple preventative for tho declined to marry her. IIo growing diflercuco so often noticed, claims, in view of her deterioration in aud oiio that no woman ought to personal appcuranco sinoo he mado to test, since tho husband must the promise, ho is not iu law or honor boar the oxpenco of her freshness ami bound to keep it. stylishness. y lies-itato A London newspaper says that short houcynioonss aro in fashion now. Some brides are coutcuted with three days' retirement. A few extend the period to a week. A wholo month is No ouo hopelessly thinks of such n thing in thoso fast, going times. 8pecliueiuof worlmauiblp on general and line Kmbroblerv with chenille and alia ferr artlitic ludeilgn, and well executed through au attachment to the machine, bpeclal atteullou li called t) uulfomltr In Itugtli of illicit on all fabric!, rrgirdleu ol thlckneuof material. A Sne diiplar tuade ol tpecluicna of quilling oil illk, dreuei. cuiblom, capee, diagonal aud tralgbt ihlrrlug on tilt with putting uiue. Special attention i called to M Iu Nellie A. Hard, ClerelinJ, O , for prouclencr In embroider work ou the Datli Machine. (ifcoaua I. Til .ma, Committee. Approved: II. I. KiuuiLL, Director (leneral. During tho year 1870-8- 0 there wero no. 1ISJ. Ult0.'r XO. Product, ipecliueui of tewlug machine work. exported from Now Orleans 0,000,000 Name and addreaa ofexhibllor, Davli Sewing Ma gallons of "puroolivo oll,"oxtracted chine Compaur, Walertowu, N. Y. The under from cotton seed, of which eighty-eigh- t lined having examined the prudurli herelu rKlfully reoiuuiend the aamc tu the per cent, was sent to Mediter- executive committee ol the Iulcrnatlonal Cotton ranean ports. Halt of this amount lijpoiltlou for award, lor the following reuioui, work. ili.l went to Italy, the homo of tho genu iuo olive. "Tho truth always pays iu the end" Sulky P1om, Uralii DrlllH, Culllwitorx, llnrrowH, is au old saying, and that is the rea L'bretik- NtrHW-CuttorW.lI.UnDKkWOOD, son probably why there is so little of llIU MUCllllll'H tuitl KhkIhvu, who has O.U. (lUOMK, Thero is a Chicago girl it told ut the beginning of any business Committee. And other Implements and Machinery. We buy exclusively from Mnufaotuters. becu dyiug for tho hist two years, transaction. Approved I II. I. Kimball, Dlrettor General. Bomervillo Journal. d lots, and consequently obtain the largest dueoant and direct, for cash, in living, as it were, withouo foot in tho Goods at Reasonable Prices lowest rates of freight. Our motto is t "First-clas- s VoaSaLKllr Why is a vaiu young lady liko a the BcBt is always the Cheapest." Respectfully, grave. Tho physicians have hopes, howover. Thoyeay sho can't get tho confirmed druukurd? llocauso noither HALE & NUNNELLEY, Agents, GEO. D. WEAREN, Stanfoid.Xy. other foot in no room. St. Louis of them are satisfied with a moderate C1M.KSJ Sraaioiu, Kr, Vuku U WILLIAMS, W. Ii. WITIIKIWt Maaegere Iluitouvllle Pefrt. I Manager Uucaiter Deiwt. use of tho glass. papers pleaso copy. GROCERIES, HARDWARE, tO. Corii-lMiuiierConi-SliellerIIuy-1'rcHMCcar-loa- Uulfuruillv of illtcblng ou all work ibown. (lreat variety of work. Artlitic Uile and iklll In III comlructlon. Special attention li called to the embroidery work doue by Mlai Nellie A. Hardy ou the Davli Uxo. I.Tuouaa, machine with attachment via- :- ajxtd BUGGIES Mower, c A.itRiA.a-E'sItcupertf, .Scir.lllmlerH, IIuy-llakvM- v i5Zr3.ir-Ki.?-t2,i- " , ,! 53TAlTT,OI?.X3, ICY. Friday W. Morning, January 27, 1882 EDITOR P. WALTON, of only sevenminutes, the jury in tlio cjo of William Ncul, ono of tlio fiends who roped and murdered Emma Thomas nnd tho Gibbons children on tlio night of tho 2 lib of December, returned a vcnlict of guilty, nnd fixed his punishment at death. Thus in exactly n month irom tho time tho heinous crimo was committed, tho i 'Artai a retirement teen sentence to avenge it is passed. If tho crime of murder could always bo followed with biicIi summary punishment, rod handed murderers would ceaso to follow their bloody inclinations and tlie'ilark and bloody ground would bo redeemed from its almost daily baptism of blood. In this connection wo would express tho hope that the murderer of Miss Bland, in Qarrard, may meet with tho samo condign Thcro should b&none of the usual delays nnd continuances, no chango of venuo or other dilatory steps, but ho should bo tried during the present Court, that the people may be convinced that tin law is yet They linvo acted with supreme. great forbearanco in not hanging him without Judge or jury, and tho Court owes it to them to brook no delay. If Win. Austin is guilty of the foul murder, and the circumstances all point that way, let hira suffer at the earliest possible moment for his crime or tho people may bo driven to take the law into their own hands. pun-iihme- Gkn. Wor.vonn says in regard to tho charge that ho was defeated IxcatMO ho was a Federal instead of a Rebel, "Why,tho were among my most earnest supporters." The delegation from this county, was, with but n singlo exception, cither rebel soldiers, who fought for tho cause thoy loved, or their most intenso sympathizers. Lets sco : Tho exception was Dr. Hawkins Brown, who was a surgeon in tho General's command. Col. Hill, D. W. Vandoveer and Hon. G. A. Lackey, were heart nnd soul with tho Confederacy, whilo Colonel W.O. Welch, Hon. James W. Alcorn.Judgo JI. C. Sauffey, W. II. Miller, Esq., and Mr. John II. Miller each fought and bled in the lost cause. Besides tho delegation nineteen other persons, almost without nu exception rebel soldiers or their sympathizers went to Frankfort, to work for tho gallant old'Fcdcrnl General. In fact, tho largest part of his support en mo from rebels nnd his most stubborn opposi lion from Union men. Tho secret of tho matter is, that the Union Demo crats, ai a rtilo, halo Wolford with an undying vengeanco because of his action during and after tho wnr. aud had rather any time sco a rebel hon ored thau him. Cm'ft." After a trial of two months and thirteen days, tho cmq of Guiteau, charged with tho murder of President Garfield, was given to the jury Wednesday ovenlng about 5 o'clock. They retired, and In less than thirty minutes returned a verdict of "Guilty Gui as charged in tho indictment." teau was taken greatly by surprise, but shrieked out, "God Almighty will curso this jury for this, and don't you forget it. Tho Court in banc will reverse this business." A burst of applauso greeted tho announcement of tho verdict, but it was promptly checked. From all points como ex pressions of approbation and tho hope that tho execution will bo fixed for the nearest day possible. Scovillo will apply for a now trial, and appeal to tho Court in banc, but it will hard ly avail any thing. Tho vcnlict of the jury is tho verdict of tho American peoplo Guiteau must hang. Tlio Ciimlttrltnil rim after attaining a drpth grettn than llmt of 1817, la (all Ing. The ilsmsge alone I t K)iille Tub Chcsapcako will soou put on a & Ohio Railroad lino of steamers from Newport News, its Eastern terminus, to New York. A more de lightful trip for persons living in this section could hardlv be imagined than this great thoroughfare will then afford. A now country would open up before them from Lexington to Huntington, then the beautiful valley of Kanawha, the wonderful canyons and tho magnifi cent scenery along Now and Green- An Indianapolis child becamo a smoker under two years of age, beginning with very mild cigarettes, which his mother taught him to uso in ordor to keep him quiet, and soon took to strong cigars with great enjoyment. But at four ho is in a hospital, undergoing treatment for spi nal troubles brought on by tho effect of the tobac co on his norves. The notoriety seeker, McIIenry, is is out in another long card in his or gan, the Ivouisville Commercial, reit BOYLE COUNTT. erating his determinations to start an Danrille. Independent party in Kentucky. We Clarksnn A Co., shipped 15,000 tur. to the Democratic papers that suggest kie to New York, this season. no referenco be hereafter be ruada to Hon J. I! McFerran made an excelthe Majah, as that is the most effectual lent race fur County Judge, getting 591 to Lee's C37. way to kill him. Cincin-cinnat- put at half a million. Martha K. Wellington perauailet some one to rrsonte her)itiibanil In the Hamilton county (O.) Common I'leaa Court, and obtained a divorce am alimony agalnut him. The court having atnea become satisfied that fraud was practiced, yeattrday set the decree anlde. A Frankfort lady attempted, a few daya since, to takei come medicine encaed in a gelatine capsule, nnd list as ahe waa about to swallow It the capsule exploded In tnntilli will, a nnti Hira IIia lm..l. ing of the c.p of toy pt.toi, throwing ner isise iccw aome distance Across the room. Roundabout. Senator lllalre wants the National Government to appropriate for the cause education, $15,000,000 the first year, $14,000,000 the second year, and so on for ten yeirs, the turn to be diminished $1,000,000 for each year, the money to be distributed to States and Territories in proportion to the illiteracy existing In them. Tho annual meeting of tho Stockholders of the Kentucky Central It. It. was held this week. The General Manager's report showed that the earnings of the road during 1831 amounted to $490,655.09 an increase of $78,805 23 over the previous year. The General Engineer reported that the work of extension to llichmond was steadily projjreing, and that a permanent line had Ixen located a far a Iloone's Gap. The following directors were elect ed: C. P. Huntington, New York; Geurge Wins, New York; John Echols, Vilginis; C. Alexander, Paris. Ky.; E. II. Pendleton, i; Cincinnati; HriggsS. Cunningham, M. E Ingnlls, Cincinnati. R0BT. S. LYTLE I KlTCCJKNNOlt TO ITIoAT.IS TICK As MTXIK, hr . Having bought the McAlister interest in the above named firm at a considerable discount, I am thereby en abled to offer great inducements m prices on Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, &c. Call and see what you . can do before .. J w 1111 Limuis-- j. my irieuua iur .. i. iavors, 1 you iuuy. xrr'n xl. lu jjusl r hope to solicit a liberal share of the same in the future. --l --. a ROUT. . gH0 IjYTLM. J rKOrr.Wtl05AL. a KAUFFMAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, icy. TT counties snj la tti Court Mailer CTnmnilnloner ami County Attorney. Will irsctleelnsll lh CmitU of (Isrrsrl unJ .lloluln W. MTOIIfg IIhh a bljj lot or ofApnU. (eOO-lj- r The "Original and Only GENUINE rusK F. voiroiD, L. WOLFOItl) miTHtox M. I'KiTON, Horrid attention tlreii to collection. over K. T. I'lira's store. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, .bill 13 111' V. ICY. Offir , mi iflfi, JBJZ1--- OK- w Willi Nloiihiit I.aiidNlde. ' milOMAS 1MIILL.JR-- ATTORNEY Ineulrr Stmt. Will nrsellni la the Courts ol this au routine nd in tot uuri or Appeals. aA.rv,om. icy. adjoining r AT LAW, , Omra ou AHI IMITATIONS. TAMES G. GIVEN8, ATTORNEY AT LAW, 311 UMB'iai INFRINGING -- UK Willi; ANl FIKTil STUEKT, ATTORNEYS thing better thau tho pay of the Gov ride to New York, would combine ICY. ernor's office. OSes In Court Squirt. more pleasure nnd interest than Away down in Arthur's little hear, any other fivo routes that can be T EE F. HUFFMAN, there no doubt lurks adesire to setGui-tea- u named. We have recently been over free, in payment of the debt he SURGEON DENTIST, this road and can heartily recommend it. It is splendidly equipped, well owes him for making him President. HTANFOllD. ICY. He is too big a coward to do it thought Offlct Mouth tltlt Main Htrrtt, two doors abott . mnnaged, and is run by as an accomtht Myers Hotel. rur Nitrous OitJt Uas aJmlnlilrrtd whtn remodating nnd obliging set of con- but we wish he would. quired.. claims, with tho regular Republican ductors as ever pulled a bell cord. Guiteau has several chances yet. ' 'strength will more than suffice to carThe common law provides that if he Our. highly prized contemporary, ry the State. And this accomplished goes crazy before the time of his exeSWCiJ Congressional District after Congress- tho Covington Commomcealth, garbles I WILL HE IS 8TANF01IO TWO WKEKH an extract from our article on tho late cution, he shall not be hung. He will of each month, froni Aral MonJay, six! In lanrat. ional District will fall into line, and pretend to be a raving maniac in less ter two wwktof each month. Irom third Monday OQce In bt, Auph instead of sending nine Democrats to Appellate Convention to make a point Maltlnilf A Nn'a than a month. stora. ono Republican to Congress the order against us. Ho quotes: "We do not K. C. MM KUAN. I. I). 8. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. of things will be reversed, nnd the think the friends of any candidate year of jubileo will come. Wo are have reason to complain" and stops, The saddlery firm of J. T. Galhrlght just a little afraid that Johnny takes whereas, wo went on to say in speak A Look, Louisville, ban failed. too rosy a view of tho situation. Wo ing of tho combination, that nono of The dead lock In the New York admit that ho is a statesman, a schol- the candidates, or at least their manaremain aa It li.-- for a month. Out of the ninety convicts hanged In ar and a good judgo of moonshine, gers, were loo good to enter into a TIiIhXcw Mill, containing (lie Ialcnt nnd combination that would have benefit- the United State In 1831, Arkansas head .but that ho will bo able to do ull ho the Hat with fifteen. promises, even with the weight of tho ted their own candidate. We happen The Governor of Pennsylvania has to know that combinations were dis on his side of the 'administration cussed all around, and whilo we dis- signed the death warrant of six murderer For iiiaiinfucliiriiiK nieal nml Hour, In now In full opera! Ion. ' scales, is most too supremely utter to to he hung March 21. like to seo tho will of the peoplo contemplate. The cost of criminal prosecutions In Wo will 101111! for customers for tho prcHcnt, on Tiiemliiy, thwarted by such means, wo do not Kentucky last year wan $458,300 0(5, Friday and .Saturday of each wcclt, and on 2 . It is the duty of the present Legisourt-I)ajand nil other public dayw. solicit n liberal share think that because Henry and Gaines lea than the rear before. lature to repeal tho unconstitutional held the winning u. W. I). Clarke and Miss Hannah Rush, of pntrouaco and ulll endeavor to give entire hand, that other special tax for tho benefit of the Ag- candidates should condemn eloped to Cincinnati, Tuesthat which ef Madison, fcc., ricultural nnd Mechanical College at each of them would willingly havo day, and were made man and wife. A woman at Andover, .Mass , commitArticle xi, ot the Con- done. Lexington. AIhujh on hand and for sale. Highest cash price paid for Corn, f ted autcide by eating the phosphorus from stitution says that "nil sums raised in Wheat, Ordetxlcft at Mill promptly attended to. Mn, Youno E. Allison, tho tal matchea and drinking a pint of Ink. the State by taxation or otherwise for aiATTINGLY, McALISTEIt & CO. ented gentleman who was city editor The physician of Cincinnati are pre tho purposes of education, shall be petition to be presented to the has accepted paring of tho Courier-Journa,,held inviolate for tlio purpose of sus- the position of managing editor of the State Legislature, asking that vaccination taining a system of Common Schools." Louisville Commercial,nwl took charge be uiide cotnuulsorr. The Senate pawed a bill to appropriIt says nothing about Colleges. In yesterday. This arrangement will suit ate $15,000 for the immediate relief of fact tho framer8 of tho Constitution Mr. Allison's tastes and capabilities Mrs. Lincoln, and annually during thought as every disinterested man Havo JiiMt received and ulll Keep constantly on hand n fresh he is a red hot Republican. Mr. the balance of her life. must think now, that if the State L. S. Howlett, who has held lino of tho choicest The Court of Appeal haa decided the pogives her poor children a fair educasition which Mr. Allison takes, with that Madison county' subscription of tion, such as can be obtained nt Com- so much credit, has resigned, but ho $250,000 to the Richmond, Irvine and Three Fork' It. It , must be paid. mon Schools, she will have dono her is too good a newspaper man to Dr. Levi D. Boone, of Chicago, a defull duty. Until she gives those 300,-00- 0 --A- nxriD out of business long. scendant of the famous Daniel Boone, ia illiterate children a better chance, He went to Illlnoi from Kentucky, Tin: Auditor's response to the Leg dead. she has no right, either Constitutional in 1829, and served In the Mack Hawk to tax her citizens for a islature shows that Judge C. E. Kin-cai- War. or otherwise, All of which they will of tho Railroad Commission favored few. Besides there are plenty of mgiii me inermometer wsa for 450 days service $3,150. Col. 30 degree below zero in Rostnn and 3 be good Colleges that a poor young man drew days, $2,724 low in Xew York. If that kind of weather can attend free of tuition, if ho feels C. II. Rochester, 38J continue the feara of an ice famine will They are also iiRcntH for tho sale or MuttliiKly'ri superior he is absolutely compelled to and J. F. Johnston, 381 Jays, 'that Woolen Goods and Yarns. Is it not in order for tho Judgo be cronndleaa. havo a better education thau that ofStanford, of California, to rise and explain how ho made GO G- fered by the Common Schools. says that he and his associates have paid Amuiidkii case has just been tried 7 days more than our own Col. Roch- $11,000,000 more for aleel and iron than who was going early and late, they would have paid if there had been no at Newark, N. J., which is similar to ester, year in and year out? protective tariff. Guiteau's, in that tho criminal claim can induco Grccu Clay Smith to run for. Clerk of tho Court of Appeals, in which event ho can be elected just as easy, as there are 30,000 Whigs, Union men and Baptists in Kentucky who havo heretofore acted with the Democracy, who are just honing to This 30,000 he vote for Smith. meat-house brier rivers, the towering Alleghanies it with its wealth of Mineral Springs, Gen. Wolford for Governor. Ho wants into tho car of the President, that if the lovely Blue Ridge Mountains, some office in which there is money he.. will furnish a littlo of the same the battle fields of Virginia, the his- to help him down the decline of life. material that ho gavo Mahone, ho toric Richmond, and last, an ocean He is old and poor,and deserves some- It is silly to talk about running Johnnie Wiiite is trying to get Henry Evans, formerly of Lincoln county, but now of New York, will open a drug store here in a few days. A numerously signed petition asking the enactment of a stringent dog law for Ibis county, lias been forwarded to the Legislature. Judce Durham, Trustee of Itobcr Kusssll, sold the tatter's house and lot on 4th street, for $2,600, his to Ben Durham for $2,100 and the Factory property to the same, at $170. Elder John I. Rogers, has bought Mr. George II. Dobyn' place near Danrille, containing KJ acres, at $70 per acre. Mr Margaret Downton sold her farm of eighty acres to W. B. Cecil, for SI 1.000. Wood A Prewitt bought from Jackson Davis 77 head of nice Southdown lamb and yearling wethers at $4.C0 er 100 lb. S. A. VanSickle bought of Granville Cecil four head of Cotawold sheep, tbe of hi imported stock, at $25 per (irogeny LOUISVILLE, IrioiJe. - - - KENTUCKY. Collections GET THE -- TIIE- GENUINE. Irsetls la all tho Courts. prompt 4M-l- T. W.VARNOM. WALiaCE K.VAKNON. T. W. A W. E. VAItNON, AT LAW, Jw ArSM WiiColobrated Oliver. Nono claim to havo abet- ter plow; Thclr only aim Is to ihhUrhm Kod a one. Ueware ol all miicIi iialtalloiiM. Nee that Olhcr's name In en the iih noun others are hi-au- i, Kcuiiliic. ilSTOTIOE llolt-l.ort- 3F. O. STORE. . re usomm mmm H tl t'1". J. R.WARREN & SON io to the Post Olllce Store for Staple and I'liucy OrRGCERIES Meal,Floui Lard,Potatoes Tinware, Glassware, MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY l'c satl-fhetlo- $110,-703.7- Flour, Meal, Corn, Bran, Shipstuff, lc QUEENSWARE, W00DENWARE,&c. We laid in, before tbe late rlie in tame, a largo and Completo Assortment of Canned Goods, Such as Corn, Tomatoos, Foas, Boans. Poachos, Foars, Raspborrios, Strawborrios, &c. Wo liavoon l, bet-ter.- M'.Alhtar& BOsM Coal Buckets, Kitchen j3ets, Shovels, hauj, alio, itotk ol - Groceries5Confectioneries, Produce of FAMIXaY all kinds taken in exchange for Goods at the highest market price, 7 Soli at tho Very lowest Possible Margin. $2,-GG- 7. ASHER OWSLEY, HKALKII IN- - cd direct inspiration to commit the deed. The Judge held that if a man had sufficient mind to distinguish bo twecu right and wrong, and could control his conduct under ordinary circumstances, ho could not acquit himself on tho plea of irrcsistable impulse. ?The jury thereupon brought in a verdict of murder in the first de gree. The twelve honorablo gentle men who hold tire fato of Guiteau in their hands aro resjiect fully requested to go and do likewise. The Republicans aro preparing further raids on the Treasury. A bill to pay soldiers who lo3t an arm or leg.or were otherwise totally disabled, a salary of $37.50 per month, and auother to pension persons who havo been in "the P. 0. Servico for twenty-fou- r years, may bo mentioned in this connection. Gov. Blackiiurn is at his old business again after a short recess. Ho pardoned a murderer from Scott couuty, because Lt. Gov. Cantrill, his his nttornoy, knowing that he could not acquit him, asked it. The Lt. Gov. evidently has a soft thing. Win. Austin, of Garrard, should employ hira. When laws shall be passed holding tho heads of corporations responsible for inexcusable accidents, especially when such accidents are traceablo to bau management, there will bo more security for humau life on railroads Cincinnati Gathan thero is now. zette. Col. E. Polk Johnston, Assistant Clerk of the House, is prominent ly spoken nf as a candidato for Lieut. Governor. There is no better man in tho Stato fur tho position, and as Hon. Claukson N. Potteh. a usual, we are for Mr. Jobnalng. distinguished politician of New York, Armt frittering away the Const! djodi. Tuesday, of that prevalent dis- tutional scssiou, both Houses of the q ease among public men, Bright' Legislature havo voted to indefinitely of tho kidneys. ox tend. din-'cos- Senator Beck ha offered a bill to fine officer of National Hanks who illegally issue certified checks, a sum not exceeding $50,000 or imprison them not more than five years or both in the discretion of the jury. A month' respite has been granted by the Governor to Maj. Hicks, who was to hang on the 24th, at Covington, for murder. Hicks is confined in the Covington jail, and ln,leen very near death'a door with smallpox. -- A bill to fix the President's aalary at $30,000; Members of Congres at $4,000: at $7,000; Chief Head of Department Justice ol Supreme Court at $9,500, and Associates at $9,000, has been offered by Congressman Warren, of Tennessee. in response to a The telegram in the Enquirer, stating that the smallpox was raging in Louisville, says t "There ore but thirteen cases of smallpox In Louisville, and have bee.i but twenty-on- e caseit since the 11 day of last DeAlio to cember," The liquor sellers of Nebraska are now required to pay $1,000 for licenses. The new law went into effect Jauuary 1, and Omaha's 140 saloon were at once diIn number, and the minished to thirty-twcity obtained $32,000 toward defraying the police expense. CvurUr-Journo DEY GOODS,NOTIONS HATS, TRUNKS AND VALISES. Si Of these E J D ,:, CIL Invite the attention of tbe people to their new Fall itock of Hardware and Groceries. Largest assortment of STOVES AND IN TOWN- - GRATES BOOTS, SHOES, COAL HODS AND VASES, PIRE-BRIO- K xk,e:s goods, They call especial attention to their ttook of & OLA? CHIMNEYS, Xioii, IVails, IIoie-Jlio- e, QUEENSWARE AND TINWARE, theirstook of Cltohin, Boots and Shoes, which have been soleoted with care, and they feel confident that Salt, Lime and Cement, WIIEEIi BARROWS, HINOES, BOLTS, They arc able to Show the Nicest and the Beast Line goods ever exhibited in Stanford, Wagon and Bnggy Material, OIIAMIMON IAltHi:i 1VIUi:,Jtc, 3. Town Marshal Singleton and Detect- on the candidate love the dear people bet Hall Anderson, found a lot of new ter and better Mill. clothing, boots, Ac, concealed In V II Ut VERNON DEPARTMENT McAi.htkii A IlniniiT have .10,040 lb. Smith' hay loft The good were probaICY eilia family flour. Iiw figure jven Sam. M, Burdttt, Editor. bly stolen from some of the neighboring when 100 lb, or more are taken. Horn, to the wife of II, It, Flah, at town a nono of our merchant have lost Friday Morning, January 27, 1882 , any. No clew ha been obtained aa to the Fountain Head, Tenn, on January J. T. llAnnn, at the Stanford Market 1882, a son; weight 10 pound. thief. will cell the beat of llecf Weak and House, MIm Georgia Proctor ami Mia Sandl-feThe .Messr. Honk Brothers, of ltrod- LOCAL NOTICES, lloasl at R) cent per lh, and all other of Ihnvllle, are visiting Mm. J. P. head, have aold their house and stock of thing In hi line, In proportion. Kvery New and full stock of Clock nt Penny Sandlfcr. Mr. I! 8. Ford, of Ilryanlsvllle, goods to Mr. Tom Frith, of that place. very best. thing warranted the A McAllster'. who haalieen aflllcteil with Itheumaltara Terms not known. Timothy and Clow Heed for sale hy Bomh Idea can be formed In regard to Dick Reynolds, who killed a negro at for several years, left Wednesday, for Hot Adder Owsley. -the amount of mall mailer that I distribTKCEIDR- Springs, Arkansas, In hope ol obtaining Pine Hill last Saturday, wa brought to IIamii.tov Htkm. I'Mwa always on uted along the Knoxville llranch, when It rctief. Mis Florence Trueheart I In at- town on Monday and tried before 'Squire hand at A. Owsley, I Mated that Mr. If. C. Ituby, Agent, left Pike and Calloway anil acquitted. tendance on her art clar here. Ilia Htock of Champion IUili Wire on Louisville last Monday with 15 cloth sack Mr. W. M. Hrown wa married to Mir -- W. M. Kcrby sold to Itlchard For, of liaml it A. Owsley'. H 11 LI llurnetl, both of Level Green, thi Madison county, 21 unhroke iniilcsit $110 (.'hoick, Krrsh and I'lne Candle, at of papera and Hit package of letter. We I are a reading people, to be aure. MoItobrU A HIskr'. per head. K. Ilest sold to Mark Wake- county, st 11 o'clock, Thursday. We exIIuy ImlstiUe IlfaiMlRlil Oil, 175 field, 1 work mule for $175. Jack Hyatt tend to them our hearty congratulations, Cot. W. T. Knott, Claim Agent of the I fiit, from I'cnnjr AMcAIIster. Court-Hous- e. Lecture. father F. J. Donnelly, of sold to same pirly one for $150, and Jas, L. A N., wa in town Wednesday, to hear Watch m, Clock and Jewelry repaired N. Denny to same, one for $100. I.ewl Richmond, will lecture In the from perron complaint who had had ami warranto! by Penny A McAllster. 0 Itout bought of Win. It. Doty, part of'hi at thl place next Sunday morning, at You You to Call mid Sco Oit, 35 their Mock killed by the railroad. The West Viiuiinu Hkad-i.hhi- t o'clock. Subject "Private Interpretafarm of 150 acre, at $50 er acre. only complainant wa Mr. Wm. Amon, llon, at Mcllolurt A HUrr's. cent a to Not. "Praise the Lord" Married, January tion of the Bible." Perfumery, whore cow wa killed tome time ago, and A FINK line of Tollsl The citixens of this place were gladly 21th, in Lexington, Ky., by Kid, Shouse, Hair, Nail, Tooth ami Clothe llrushfs, he wa paid $.17.50 In full of all damage rery clifap, at Penny A McAllsier's. Hev. Gco.W. Dunlsp to Miss Klla Wright, surprised to hear that the jury in the auMalned thereby. uoin oi tin place, iliis wa quite a sur Gulteau trial had brought in a verdict of PERSONAL Ten Yeaiw. William Whealley, who prices. prise to the friend of the parties here. It guilty. Gulteau would have no chance 'Squinr. John Cis.ii la down with tlio killed a colored woman at Lebanon withThe Cincinnati stock quotation are wa not known by many that he had even for a new trial here. It seem that the B"2out provocation, and who afterward ea- - aa follows: Cattle firm at imeiimonla. $2$3 2'j for a "hankering" till after the marriage. lhangsmen will have a good crop this year, Mim 8ai.uk Kamr.mt AH, of Dinrltlr, cacd to thl county where he was cap common; good to choice liutclwr gradts, They left for Chicago Immediately alter if the pardoning drovgki doe not set in too aoon. tured, wa tried at Lebanon Tuesday, and $IG0fT$$j'.!5; I with MIm Clara iftlm. good to choice shipper, the ceremony. Mr. It. IT. Joplln will start to Paris Ml llitiia Hatter, of Danrllle, ! a let olT with llio light sentence of ten year $5 40$0 25; Blockers, $3Q$.1.75. Hog Circul; Court convened Monday.which He will be gone and Lexington In the ienllenllary, gurst of Mr. II O Alford. are strong at $0 8V?$7 20 for best shipper, wa also County Couit day, A good rome time, but will finally come back to I. W. Mc Mrsaiui J. H. HouKRuand J. The irreprealble Joshua Dye, Ks , and $5.2V$$0 for common. Sheep are crowd wa in town. Very little stock on gladden the heart of hi associate again, Allter returned from New York Wednc-da- sent a letter yeaterday, addressed as lot dull at the market, the list of tales in your last 5 cents. M. Hurdett, the editor of this 11. Wenrcn, issue comprising nearly nil. No business Sam. low i "Hon. William W. Dudley (in per column, is attending court at Lancester Mim Hki.k Conn, one of the prettl-tu- t LINCOLN C0UNTT. of importance wa transacted by the CounCommissioner of pension. Office of this week. W. G. Adams, Dave Pullin girl In Ilockcaitle, (or any other plaie), son), ty Court. The will or Mr. Klltabeth the Commissioner for the immediate spe St. Asaph Highland. and Nathan Shumate, of Paint Lick, are wa In Htanford Tuesday Wilmot wa presented for probate, but clal consideration of the Commissioner. visiting relative at this ptsce while the Mr. Wm, Young, of Msdlsou county, W. t Dickson, of theAdsmsKxprfss evDepartment of the Interior, Special Offi expect to move hi mill In n short time to continued till next term. The Petit Jury grand jury I In session at Lancaster. Company, after a long absence, II hack on it compared of tho following gentlemen : beatctal I!iiInfi, Washington, I). C. In I.ubank' .Station. The men who invested in the "Gravethlt run and e Terybody I glad. James McCarley, Wm. Herkele, Geo. EvHaste." The house of Zick. l'adget and all of yard" Insurance Companies of PennsylcompreMy Collins Caskets county, Mm J. M. ItOBERT, of an, H O. McLean, John Doner, Jo Petty, vania are among the best in the country, Dlt. IlAII.KY, who kept diary during It content was bumed on Sunday night III , who has been visiting hi) molher,Mrs on Wm. Markabury, Jame Adams, O, T. and men who would not think of buying Solomon ltobert, returned home Wednea the winter of 1875, uya that thl la a sec- while the family wa at church. It is sup- Wallace, Stephen Hill, Thoma Chestnut, a lottery ticket for a msment. They ond edition of that winter, In regard to posed to have caught lire from the coals in do day. Wm. Ferrlll, Thomas Arnold, Josh KempMim. F. J. AXTIIONV and MIa Sallle now, a none fell of consequence before thought there wa a chance to make a heap B. er, Wm. Koyaton, T. W. Broaddus, Joel I)uiTlllo yesterday to February 1st. Speaking of thi remind Harrlaon went to Iter. i:. II Ilonta bought the High of money for a small outlay of cash, but Walker, A. It. Denny, John 8. Arnold, tpand a week with Mr. Hirne and Miaa u that a Clark county weather prophet land proierty some time ago. He has they have grown wiser in the last few Henry Dunn, It G. Mullins, Tho. Austin, Kd- Marie. predict that we are to have 1 1 more been improving it considerably. months, and learned that the Old Adage The I Mn. ltoorn 1). Williams, Vic Pre, now between now and May 10th, Jnd ice ward Young is moving his dwelling house F. A. Yeakey and K. H. Walker. correct, ''All ia not gold thai glitters." Grand Jury i a follow: J. Wade Walk dent of the Jeilngton Mating Club, waa of four Inche thickness will be gathered out near the road in order to he in sight of Most of the parties are well able to aflbrd Denny, K. W. Harris, Thomaa Samuel Moore, of Green er, J. N. Highlsnd here Wednesday. Aa an expert on the during the month of February, their lesson, but it falls heavily on some F.lkl n, S. H. Henry, Chris T. . -ItT- Hirer, ha built a house neir John Young', Anderson, A. roller, he tike the cake. others; perhaps it will teach them not to TuiurriKK Meetinii. Messr. 8. It. McClurc, W. M. Hughes, T. K. Adams, Hailgh A Itarbcr and moved Into it Mm. Mahy Lcxian and Mir littlle agent for other like beguiled by other Wm. An old, Nixon Palmer, Ik V. Hobln-son- , David I'eppleo, Wm. It. Gooch and have moved their good into the IV. oflxgsn went up to the burial of MIm Cook, experience leaches a dear lesson Joe Aldridge, Win. Hood, Morgan purposes; others write requesting u to announce fice death In Calil'rof. W. D Dye I teaching an Moran Wednesday, who sometime. that a public meeting will be held at Hudson, P. G. Warner. The Jury ha rearithmetic and writing school in one room fornia wa recently recorded. LEGISLATIVE. PERFUMERY AND FANCY TOILET ARTICLES, on Saturday, Febru- of Iloone'i School-house Miss I'm- - turned an indictment againat Wm. Austin Mil. 0. W. KtiwAlilH, of Ssngainond H.l. Young's fur the murder of Mim Retsy Itland. The ary Ith, to conaider the feasibility of mak- ily Young is sick at thi time Mis county, III., alter a vliit to hi father, Mr. the bill to The Senate ing a turnpike through their section. "All trial will begin next waek. Austin' father Books & Dye Hugh IMwards, of Hockcanle, returned Serena Itagsn, recently of this place, but create a Superior Court. persona interested are urged to attend, and I reported having declined to fee a lawyer for hiiaon home, yelerIay. Of course he subscribed now living in l'owell countv, The Houe passed a bill incorporating the County Attorney I especially request- to be dangerously ill of a fever M. F the Court appointed It. M. Hurdett, H. T. the Fifteenth and 'Jefferson Street Chris to the I.NTHHlon Journal. WINDOW GLASS AND PUTTY, ed to be present to hear what I paid and visiting at this place this week. Noel and S. A. Walton, to defend him. tian Church, Louisville. Ilolar wa "local MATTERS. Sid Mullins, n "moke" was indicted Me what I done." He talks of going to Illiuol thi week Liquors Modical Purposos. ProscripWines A bill to reduce the salaries of Comfor petit larceny, having stolen a couple of A mil business change i about to be Mr. Daley Hutthison and mulhcr have reOf course everybody will b at the Kink mon School Commiksioners, ha been pretions accuratoly compounded. Wo havo also a largo made here. ThefirmofJ.lt. Warren A turned from a visit to relative in Tennes- Itoxea of cigar from W. It. Hobinson A sented and ought to pam. tonight. Jowolry, well soloctod stock of Watches Son I to dissolve, and the old gentlemen see James Light and family have ben llro , n few day ago. Sid a bad nigger, Judge Hansford ha oflered a bill to loy arrived at Dr. Steele A prices. Watchos less wo propose to soil C. M. Young and If Providence had not intended him charter the Diz ltiver and Ruth Branch to retire from business life; Mr. A. A. visiting at Tunnel City I!alley, Wclneaday night. Hopairod Warren i then to consolidate hi business and wife visited C. (Irarhead latt Sunday to ornament the end of a rope he would Turnpike Company, In Lincoln county. John have liccn under the daisies long ajo. The Tin: Dawson llroe. are putting an oven with that of HruceA Co, and the whole la and found him improving slowly House, by a tie vote, refused tu The In their bakery capable of ha kin .100 lobe run under the firm name of Ilruce, Nix and Sol. Nix, Jr, have moved to case of the Commonwealth va W. A. Arappoint a committee to take into consider nold, for killing ltjyle, waa called Mon s are own- Science Hill Station. loavr at one time. Warren A Co. Iloth ation the removal o( the capital frrfm day, and continued on account of absence Frankfort. Knv. (Iloiuir O. IIarnk call thl the ed by Col. T. W. Miller, thecompany of Eubank't Station. of wllneswe. bill to grant women the rieht to "Devil' weather" and he I, a he Rtnrr thu firm,"who will at once connect them by 3. C. Durham will begin a two months' CASET COUNTY. door. The combination is a big one, and practice law and medicine have been inally is, rlxht In hi diagno!. reboot here Monday next. I). subscription on that i bound to .win. Liberty. troduced. The present body la solid on D. Coleman is teaching n like school at A Nuuncuof wealthy farmer from Ohio Oreen ltiver wa out of Its banks sev- Women' Rights. Sometime ago, Mr. Nathan McKlnncy Waynishurg Station, and a happier man, are here prospecting for land. In ml sold to Dr. F.tt- - her farm near McKIn-neThe House Tueoliy, by a vote o eral days hit week. one in whom the love of (loil is more strikAgent Miller I chaperoning them. to nine, ienlvcd to extend the There wa Vprayer meeting organized eighty-fou- r and agreed to give powuwlon Janua- ingly manifested, would be hard to find at the Christian Church last Wednesday sixty davs' term of the present hCsion of AiTElt three clear day, the Grit and on- ry 1st. Mr Fielding Thurmond, through I'kaisk Tliu Ixiitli. night. the Legislature indefinitely, ly one this year, It ha act Into raining some ml'uiiderstanding, claimed that he W. It, Gooch, Sr and ltro. have openThe pitrons of the school at this place Miss Mary B. CUy and Mr. Jame again. More than a foot of walei baa fal- had rented the place for the year and re- ed a general store in our little burg. teacher for Bennett, of Madison, and Mrs. Haggart, of want to employ a fused to give it up. He however, agreed len aince the lal of January. We now have two dry goods and grocery four or five month. Indianapolis, addressed the General Asto referee it and on Tuesday, both parties stores, and a place where the angel of hell TliKtu: are hut two men In Stanfotd Jesse and Clay Hrown, killed five of sembly on Woman's Rights, Tuesday night. with their witnesses apjteared in town. arc gratified to see their work of destruc who do not approve of the Ouiteau verO. M. Ilrown's turkeys the other night The Senate passed a bill amending the Messr. J. M. Held, K It. Chenault and J. tion on. Steps are being taken, howdict of death, and they have worked them- M. Mcltoberl, Jr. were chosen referees, ever, to drive the demon from our doors, through mistake, thinking they were wild vagrant law so aa to permit parties charged selves into the bilief that he i inline. ISrown will bring suit for the with vagrancy to give bail in any sum not who, after hearing the evidence, decided and, that they may prove effectual, is the turkeys. price of them. exceeding $100 to answer indictment in Tiir. death of Mr- -. Kobert KInnaIrd, in favor of Mr. McKinney. Considerable prayer of all good people. Since I began this letter I have learn- the Circuit Court. announced in our Lancaster letter, will feeling waa gotten up over the case. W. D. I Jles, who ha for some time ed that Judge Winston Bowman, Kiley The Whipping Post Bill cxme up in create much grief here where ahe waa so been down with typhoid fever, i again RELIGIOUS. Minton, W. H. Drown, Berry Pitman and the House again Wednesday, on a recon well known. She waa a daughter of Mr. hi room, D. J. Padgett I Q. able to leave W. Helm, are all full fledged candid- sideration and would have passed but for It. Caraon. and wa greatly esteemed for ltev. I S. McElroy will preach to the again suffering intensely from nervous ate for County Judge, the filiibuslering of some of those who the beauty of her character. children on SumUr evening at 3 o'clock. dyspepsia. Mrs Louisa Gooch i confined Last Monday waa County Court day, fear that the ienalliea of such a law may I'.lder S. 11. King will preach at the to her room; uiseare unknown, u U. and although it wa a pretty day, there be visited on them. A man never knows J. II. HocKr.ii, a good Democrat and a Christian Church, Stanford, next Sunday Gooch I of! for Tennessee thi week. H wa not a large crowd In town. But few thoroughly qualified gentleman, I anwhen he Is going to be caught. morning, nt 10) o'clock. H. Koonse it here in the interest of Mr. cases in Court, and but little businesa of nounced In thl Issue a a candidate for The Committee ou Retrenchment and The Louisville Commercial saya of the Nixon the tie contractor for the C. S. HallMr. Mocker ha a grctt numAssessor. Any kind transacted. No stock of any Reform reported a bill increasing the fees llarnes' revival: Up to the prrsent time way Company. T. W. Donley left Friday kind offered for sale. ber of friend, who confidently expect him of Jailers in the State, allowing these offi. have made forCambleaville, Taylor county, where he six hundred and thirty-siGeorge Richards wa tried before be chosen for the much coveted office. to cers, in counties having a population less and three hundred and thirty-on- e will engage in business witli Jo. Wright. confessions, Kills aud Hays, last Saturday, upon than twenty thousand, seventy-fiv- e cents have been anointed. 1'av Up. All 'those indebted to us, Hev. J. A. Gooch haa bought and moved a charge of getting money under false preper day for keeping piisonera charged with Tho Democrat say: "Hrother llarnea into the house and lot formerly known a by note or account, are requested to either tence, and waa sent on to further trial, and fetony. The bill wag placed in the order come forward niul pay their account by might just a well undertake to quench the Horton House, for which he paid $102. under bond of $100 for bis appearance of the day. To-da- y. or crumble Gi- Cornelius McDonald ha moved into C. F. put February 1st 1832. Our book will be .V.tna with a squirt-guthe June Term of the Circuit Court. a to get up a re- Blades property, and George Oliver ia soon at which is now occu- braltar with found at our old stand, SK lUVlUTlSEMK.ITS. Married, on the 10th, James W. Kicli pied by ltobt. 8. Lytic. McAliMer A vival in Howling Green." to occupy Dr. Wm Hiker's house and lot to Mis Em in a Young, Sauio day, J. . ltev. T. DeWitt Talmage, after boast- here, ltobt. Cofiey contemplates moving to 1,075 Lylle. For Roberts to Kmmerino Barber. On the 21st, iniTTLK.idom site, It S73. 11. T. limit inu t his wa the only free Taylor county oon. hlinford. location of the machine shop at ing for year that O, M. Morris to Isabella Evans. On the The lirooklyn, ha succumbed to the ltev.W. T. Tyree closed a three week' ltichniond Junction I again agitating our church in Harlan Uoode to Mis Sal lie O. Bell. T11ILT.. Thorourlibred. fur Isle. Due jesr olj pressure and agreed to the sale of pew. protracted meeting here Sunday night, 13 April IStta. people. We learn that the matter will be All ot the parties were, and are still resi- II. Crow, Slsnbr lln color snd purely tirade JW Cost-Mar- k 1 sold Tuesday night and brought llro. Tyree hss labored with commendable were finally settled next week. Our citiaen They dents of thi county. $20,418. ISO AcrM of ImproreJ Lsnl, firsalt xeal in the caure he fo much cherishes, stand ready to plank up almost any reaA fire alarm was given last Sunday LAND.Hsoulijg Fori, Llucoln County. Apply ltev. "Win. Neal, of the Cumberland and the result of the meeting was C2 ad sonable sum to secure them at thi point. night about 7 o'clock. L'very body in to W. 1. Wsltou, Blaolord. Presbyterian Church, died suddenly at hi ditiona to the church, 2G of whom were Let' stir ourselves. town turned out prepared for buslneu.and home in lUrren county last Friday. He baptixed yesterday (Sunday). iThere are II. IIOOICEIt The Superintendent of the Hallway waa sitting in a chair by the fire when he yet a number of other to submit to this were greatly excited. It wa soon discovIsscauJMst for A8SE320B, inljt to say ered that the fire, though dangerous lookMail service lis ordered Mr. C C Colme- - fell out and died, it i thought, with apoHev, ing, wa only tho soot on fire in the chim- sctloo or In Vemocrscy. Puaisk the Loiiu ordinance. nil, Agent on the ltichmond llranch, to plexy. Columbia Spectator. Tyree leave u to day, but a he goes, ney of Dr. Mc Roberts' office, which was run to Danvlllo Junction and assist Mr. many prayer to God that he may be a soon extinguished and peace restored. LAwTsfoclf'ANO'TROP. Leath a far at thl Kilnt; and there has ucceaafill in winning soul for Jesus in Strange to siy, there waa not a drunk In the been tomewhat of an improvement The trial of Gultcaii commenced Nov. other field of l.ibor a ho wa white among man on our street last Monday. In fact, Tb. arm of Uiuglierty i. Holme has teen uU tolled, and It Is uriieull; requested thst til Intransmission ot mail matter. ua. He leave an appointment to begin n we dont remember to have seei but two or dsuteil to tueuiihsil wills st ooce. 14lhklwo month and 13 day ago. l sun aiou. D, C. Surber bought of George meeting at Double Springs unit three in this place since the beginning of authorised to receipt for debts, of thl series of Mn. John T. Hkhiins, late hi labors Barnes' meeting. The boy have all quit Jsnusryts. a house and lot of 11 acre near Mc- Monday. May the Lord blo place, has opened a hotel in Lancaster. We WM. D AUQHERTY. there. Owing to the ordinance of baptism getting drunk on Sunday, and Liberty i know whereof we affirm when we state Kinney, for $215, A hog in Pink Hill township, Vir- being administered to the F.ubauk con- now one of the soberest, quietest and moit that In point of fare he is not excelled any where, nor I there to be found a more ginia, is seven feet long, six feet around vert at Cuba, by ltev. Wm. Taylor, Pat- - moral towns in the State, All duo to the accommodating or paiustaklng landlord and will weigh 800 pound. tor at Double Springs, there win no preach- good influence ol the Mountain Kvangel-1s- t STsmoau William A. Moore, of Woodford coun- ing at that church yesterday. Sabbath than he. Patronize him when you go and hi daughter, Mis Marie. there. ty, aold to Garth, of Itourbon, 25 head of School hero every Sunday ut 9.30 a. m. KENTUCKY. William Tanner, of McKinney Sta- LANCASTER, " cattle at 4) cent per yound. tion, has taken charge of, and it living on At a Turkey Shooting at dpi, Tom GARRARD CQUNTrT Crabb A KnglUh bought of Wm. lii father's farm, about one mile below this JOHN Hutchison', Tuesday evening, A. H. DawLancaster. T. IIK101NS, I'UOPKIETOlt. son got four out of five, shooting with a Dodd, of tlila county, three fine gelding Thompson, who lately moved place. Mlskea Sallle Cabbie and Laura N. A. nlco colt of A. Hfinn for O. 1. Brown, visrifle at 40 yard, and II. F. Dawson one for $590, and a here will ocn a grocery In the old Phil- Cufley, In company with I A FIRST -- CLASS HOTEL These bhota were at tho head, and none $100.M. E. ited the family of Mr. W. O. Myera, last Jones, of Texaa, bought in Itour- lip house. r, counted below a string tied around the bon, la Trr psrtlculsr, Tin stroni(e ol th pu Ulc Uurdelt, Woodcock A Co, Grocer, Sunday. Mr. Wm. M. Myera and his Scott and Woodford CO Shorthern turkey' neck. L, L. Dawson, with a pi Mis l'amella, were with friends on solicited, ind tatWfscllon bulla. 7 to 1 1 monthi old, at an average have dlnolved, Woodcock retiring. Tho the Rolling Fork last Monday aud Tuestol. aame distance, gut five, shot good on of$51. firm I now Geo. D. llurdetl A Co. The Ilrook fsrui, a magnluccnt trad any part of the body. KInnaIrd, after a short day. Billle Whipp, of Lancaster, wai Mr, ltobert of land lu tho center of liourbon county, here ou a visit to his mother the last of 3 We heard of an applicant for a pension wa sold by the Hrooka heir to Q. G. itinera, died Thursday morning at o'rlk. rejoicing In the full assurance of a blessed thl week. the other day, ofl'erlnt; a friend five acrea White for $50,000, an average of $114 Immortality. Funeral service thl (Fri The race for County Judge promise of good land to testify at to hi Injury er acre. day) morning, at ten o'clock, liy IteT. J. to bo pretty lively. Hon. A. It. Clark has doctor a "fine broadduring the war, and a In Henry county W. II. Moody aold to announced himself a candidate, and there cloth suit" to give him the necessary cer- Scroggin A Martin 23 fat mule at $101 C. Handolph. quite a number of prospective. Wm. Austin wa brought Into Court tu accomplish the end. We know per head. William Atchison aold tu aame TU saw that sdlolns tb proprly of W. V. tificate Ibl bulldlnc Is Wednesday, aud hi cato set for next Among them are Judge Winston llosriuan, the man, and would publish hi name party 15 mule for $1,022 50. ooutslns 7 ruoius Olh day of the Term. Audrew Qlbney, Jr.. Democrats; W. 11. u.irlr n.v snd Turr d.lrU.: .ti.l h.ll .t.1.1. rurrljir. kiiUBUSUd KStdSU. Inert Corn haa gone up in thl couuty. The Wednesday, the with thi), hut our informant request ut Is bo moro deilrsbls uor Ulltr bxsUd Wuiwilr lu Hrown and Ueo. W. Helm, llcnubllcani. to beeu engaged Jsn- not to do to for the present. We will, ruling price ha been $3.50 but Forrettu George Denny, Jr. ha .. II. a full btsufurd fort luslnns win. I lit,- -! II- fil.-- l. A m ' usry 1st, lus. Apply w J " the Commonwealth' Attorney. J. II. iiir. vw however, give all away if he succeeds In Held sold 100 barrela to Dr. V, W. Logan, W- u B"1"101 x J'A Wednesday to prac streuuth of hi .arty and will do honor to ft'1' Inducing the friend una doctor to come to at $1, and refused to sell any more at thut Ciaggett wa licensed W.C'KAIU. ut. ., !.- inu uciitii II lie is sivcicu. as kiuiv iui. i oimuioru, tire law in the Circuit Court, .price, hi assistance. A !mv stock of Champion Hteel 1'low at W H. IIItRln. "l'VNFOBD, ' So!, Alex Oiler bought of Warren (irave sheep, averaging 115 pound,at5rent per pound, and of Jams Nutler 8 head, Georgeaveraging 211 ioun1', nMrent town Times. The Spring race at Nailiville have been postponed on account of the damsge done (he race track by the late flood. The ground will be sold and other better located bought. During the first six month of 181 there were exported from thi country to Liverpool 21,835 csllle, 17,094 aheep and 1,0.10 swine. Of the total number l,llt were recorded a diseased. -- Dr. I'. W. Log.n sold to J. W. Ad- am, 70 acre ol hi llailey place, near Turners? We, for SKI per acre. There are 59 more acrra of the same tract, well watered and in good condition that he al so wishes to sell. Winciiistfk Court. The attendance wa good and demand for all kind of live stock excellent. About 500 head of cattle The beat brought $1 60 to on the market f 175 per cwt J yearling Mcer $31 to $37 per head; calve $15 to $18. Several head were sold At good of mule and horse 1 - 10 ive - M'ROBERTS&STAGG HAVETO r, Opposite Wish Court-hour- 1m the - T t- - M e 10:-3- They Invito them Whether Buy Anything or FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING! Mnin Street, B. K. WEAREN, Stanford, Ky. Ign II. I have bought out my brother, and will continue the Furniture and Undertaking Hotel business at the same stand, in the building. I will keep a full stock of Furnituro of ery description and sell at ilgurcs that cannot be and stock of will be en. hand. I also hensive. Shrouds and Itobcs always carpenter's job work. repair Furniture and K. WEAKEN. DBAIiBES WAJbter CHEMICALS, DRUGS, MEDICINES, e store-hous- Stationeiy,Paints,Oils, Varnishes, and for Stuffs y Puro 1 and Tiar-roO- Jowolry at than city and Warranted. and which and store-room- A A SWEEPING y, iiiii REDUCTION !! first-cla- The "Warm "Weather Has Sent Prices Tumbling. Too Many Goods and "Want to duce Them. Re- x re A Heavy Discount Is Marked on All Goods snow-ball- m j h Is No Consideration; Our "Word is Sell. J. mSSOIYlJTIOIV. Never Better Goods Offered. For So tr Little Money in Stanford Before. Key-nol- HIGGOTN HOUSE! btkt, .... pi- si Now or Never Is the Time to Buy Goods "Without Money and Without Price. These Are Facts, and a Call Will Convince You. els-te- It-- tf FOR RENT. X Dc.sirablttllc.sitleiico SZ at-1- st uii I Jjf "" lu oijl' OLOTIIIKBS; r 5 mrnrnmnm b..iui,i en , Ft Lone! Lampt at Sea. cHimcH mrm:toht made to listen to our feelings and been, Mr. Harrington, if you had not i. NATil!. Tho illuminated buoy is a wonder havo mado a choice. 8ho can bo at been forestalled, but you know, first J. H. Hi". I'" f KTIimilNT, MOUTH.-Itno loss, for there are among us tall come first served, and Mr. Laynor ful invention. Imagino an enormous Will haw (lit nl. In Rtanford ein nut Count? irlton PMlrreTrryMiinday morning andnliht. Court ilar (ami young Jarti a aura in. I urtl- - ITayer Meeting. Thunalay nlghte. Huniiayncnnoi and stout, dark and fair, tho lively proposed just twenty-fou- r The hours ahead lamp riding tho naves. Tho buoy is atnek at 00 a M. J. H. Mima, duperlntrndrnt. Iff l.rrxlrr, ami ilermleil fro n Ili Woman'a Mhelenary Hucletr mcele hrre on th Itt In thMtat vessel, which and sedate a eoodlr lot tochooso of you,'' and unablo longer to control a compact wrought-iroJanuary IS. IS1. O.II, HOCIIIMTI'.H, Sim.lt In rath month, at 1 o'clock, Mia. T. T. Datlraa, I'reeM.nt. Friday Morning, January 27, 1882 from; and whatever fato betides, let her feelings tho young lady left tho serves as a receiver for compressed J. M. llauca, I'a.lor. Kerrlcr BAITIHT.-Ithere lie no malaco or the un room suddenly, leaving her lover to gas. Tho duration of tho flame deStanford Female College. nlhl. I'rarrr anil Fourth Humlaye, morning and Meeting trrtt WHmli! CHUHrS.PROPQSALS. pends upon the suo of tho buoy. lucky triumphing in tho knowledgo explain matters as best ho could. Kumlar (khonl at t SO a. m. K. K, Harrow Miitlnt.n.lfnU .STANFOUl), UY. It wai tJio cto of commencement that, at ono fell swoop, wo have out"Well boys, said Bayard, as soon Somo in uto in E uropo havo been . pillltMTtAN.-Worahlpbr the con, relation ilafn V University ; unci tho la- generaled ono of the best feminino as Miss Cherry had disappeared, "I mado to burn thirty days and some Joe. Ilalloii erj ijnnranar. rrr.chlna !.r n Pint and Third Lort'a data. Sunday Hchool tho yenr fairly over, tho stu- tacticians, and, nolem voknt, compell hopo you bear mo no malice, tor all is ono hundred and twenty days. It is WITH A TOLL O0RP8 01" TEA0HER8 al l.V bors of Jo. rVreranr, riuperlntendent. dious as well as thoso to whom hooks ed Miss Cherry Ilrompton to terms of fair in love and war. You sco I said that n buoy of sufficient sizo will thla Institution will ope I. H. McKI- pllKSIIYTKHIAN, rXIUTIL-U- er. rur, paitnr Mun.tar Hchool al ( M. John W. I and study wero synonymous of could not promiso to do what had al- contain gas enough to furnish tho surrender." ITS TWELFTH SESSION, imui, ntiperiniemirni, Union I'raer Meellnf on We.lnM.lir nlfhla, together In all modes of "Agreedl agrccdl" wont from lip to ready beep done, and hut for your light for' ono year. During that timo DR. (IN TIIK B. MARCHISI, it t it UTIOA.N.Y., rrjuicing auowcu uy coiiegotiiscipiinc, lip, ono among tho number remaining bantering, and truth to tcjl, your tho flame Is steady and constant night V 2NII MONDAY INSKPTKMIIKIt.NKXT. TJiaooTenrotDIt.MABOaiSrB FINKTIANO FOR SALE! anil in others, which if not exactly per- silent. boastful manner, I should havo con- and day, requiring no attention what- UTERINE CATHOLICOX, mitted, wero at least winked at on ocever after unco put in operation. Tho A rOIITIYI CURE fOR riMAUCQMPUIITS. AM. TIIK HRANI'IIKM OK A "What say you, Bayard?" asked fessed thcro and then, and I only (INK DKSIIIINO ANY AN KJCCIvl.l.KNT ThU !mJy will act In hartnoar with lh casions liko tho present, ami many a Frank Lewis, turninc to his right- - thought that it would'tcach you ales- - lantern attached to tho buoy admits obtain a bargain on Ih at all tlm.a, and alo lmm.dUt.lr THOROUOH ENGLISH COURSE new I'lano ran llliaabeen uwil by railing adoien tinderalgned lea than neon tho abJomlnal and ottrtna iudkIo. and rasocial glass clinked to the stereotyped hand neighbor, a tall, silently built son. Honor bright, I knew nothing air enough to feed tho flamo, but not lime. or t th.tn to a h'tlthr and atronit condition. il at Uiiftil, ha well a. t Dr. M archlal'a t'trrln Calhollcoo will cnta fall W. P. WAITON, Stanford. toast considered necessary to such con- young fellow. of tho truo stato ot affairs until, com a parlicto of water can enter. Ing ot tha womb, I.acorrhm, Chronlo InflammaMUHIU, TIIK LANGUAGES. UHAW. Womb, Incidental vivial gatherings. ' Tho most violent gales, tho greatest tion and Ulceration ot Ilia r.lnfal. Bnpprtiard A peculiar smile lit tho faco of the ing here, I met Cherry, who told mo ll.morrhica nr Floodlne, INO AND PAINTING. KMnrr Tho senior class of tho year 180 ono addressed, but ho shook his head what sho had done. As the next best forco of tho waves, submerging even and Imciuar Xenatroatlun, tha than Complaint, andlat.pcUllr adapted to j. otLKa. All lettera We mntlniM Hon for fatrnta. was composed of eight young men, decidedly. thing to being tho bridegroom is to beneath them, has no effect upon this Band for pamphlet frta. aa above. of Inquiry 'V 18 II M W M I, !: It AT !! Trail.) Maila. to art a. Folicrle , for the UtltedCare la. fraalr annrernl. Addreaa lopjrlirtit. State, POIt HI.R IIV Al.i(llltniGHT.S. cachjpf, whom it was .predicted would oiim, r.nirlawt, prancr, Herman, eta We light. It burns with undimmed "Count mo out of that frolic," ho dance at tho wedding, I hopo to sco rrlca Sl.ftOper bottla, lie) .or. and aek for bare had llilrl)-llv- n yrr'rierlenci. In Tuition, price ran from I2A to t.V) In II, Dr.Marchl.l'aVlerlnaCathoMcon. Takenocther. Iltent, obtalunl llihiiiili in am noticed In th onoday make his mark in the world. said. "I think seven proposals will you all at mine, three months hence, brightness as long as gas is in its resregular DepaitiueMa. rrlinarr.fU; Intermedial! tWKHInx Thla hurt) and aplendld 110; l0. and Collegiate, SM. Similar predictions are no nncommon be as much as Miss Cherry will be tho shortest pericd under which Mujs ervoir. Tho light, it is said, can bo n.'J()a)(r,abowaUiITocrra f ScliMicr. it rrt W. 1 UAMNKY baa an etwrmoua . ihln-thrown six or soven miles in clear things, and perhaps no class leaves able to master; and, besides, really" Cherry Brompton will consent to rlrrulntl..u. . MINN A CO, Patent For full partlculara, aa to Itoanl, Ac., addnw 1'itb'a. ol . irvrino AMtairix, 17 I'ailc ltow, la a candidate tor AHSKSSOIt, aulject to tha will IUi ij.. nlmt the precincts of tho university of Newport; Mrs. Raynor. Who will wish weather. Salty deposits are not mado ol tha IfemocrarrMKN. N. V. TKITKIIKAHT, l'rlMrlpnl whom tho same has not been said ; on tho glass of tho lanterns, as has "Not afraid of getting tho mitten, us God speed ?" Lnf-rLincoln Oa.,Kr STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, JOII2V Itl.AIN hut? for once, ' the wiseacres seemed Bayard? Come, wo know you are a A moment no ono answered ; then been demonstrated. Tho refilling of la a candidal for COUNTY CI.KRK, aubjeet to WILLARD HOTEL LOTTERY IlLltlT Hr.BTANKOItl), KY., DRAWING ! to havo somo fair grounds for their modest man, and are, perhaps, tho on- Will Harrington, as prone to gener- tho buoy nt certain intervals is per- an action of thn Democracy. i prognostications ; for though among ly ono who, proving tho happy man, ous impulses as ho was quick to anger, formed by a tender, and requires but 0, 0, WINE, Hill Tehrumrj, 1882, JOHN I.. Il.ll.T. themj.toworcd no intellectual giants, would bo prepared for tho letters mat- crossed over to tho young man, whom u few minutes time. It is dono by gfgfgygUKtB hvvivcv Oil MONEY REFUNDED I candldala fur COUNTY yet there were no sluggards' or men- rimonial I'' they all loved, and grasping the out passing tho gas from a storcholder, I,atha will of tha Deuiocrac. AS'BSSOIt, aul.Jcct to LouiarilLa-- , Kr , November 10, IMI "Perhaps that may account for his stretched hand, shook it warmly. His which contains the gas compressed to tal pigmies. Hcanlvrcl, That Ih Hoard of Cutuiuliun.r conwnt to apmtnenienlol Ih Drawing of tin In ono of tho rooms, around a tablo unwillingness to join us!" cried an example was gladly followed by the ten atmospheres, by means of a flexiJUDGi: J. M. IMIIMIVS Wlllard Hotel Lottery until th Hlh day of " "j held glasses on tho paraphernalia other, and so tho joke went round, others, and era tho wedding day they ble tube into tho buoy to a pressure of I, a candidate fur COUNTY ATTORNKY, aub- further IM.and that Ih.y will not rvnaeot to any 'thai lgMgKI neatly eieu- poalpontmrnt ot lha aam. jeet loth will of tha Democracy. Uonaar MiLLoar, Chairman, - requisite to the compounding of that but Bayard Raynor, the atmospheres. rrovidenco Jour could all join tho laugh sure to follow six lly th bo reaolutloo tnia drawing uuit and BarKlW nal. will I had on lha day Died, or money dltlilbuled known as man in the world, his chums declared, auy allusion to Cherry's proposals. beverage VajwLRArraHjRBaV Samuel 9 back to pVilffaHaKTBHa.. algna ande.limateafurnUh ireuough eM befor date "punch," beJievedby many antiqua- took all tho bantering, yet remained An Arkansas man, a reputable and la a candidal for JAILKU of Lincoln counlj.iub drawiDjt IIIticketear atJ nolle of nutninl, Ue v j 1 BnanBHawavaaiwBWBWBne . I bJ, Willi, ! Recommendations from a Journal of Health. Ject to Hie action of tha Deinorracjr. Ktiru tnrongb the rians to be tho veritablo ambrosial firm. rrt prosperous farmer, says that tho ac- Try popcorn for nausea. TjIW'X' Ol.' "You will at least keep our secret, nectar, these eight luminaries of W actual inconvenienco of being hanged iV3l. COOI.KY The Millard Hotel with all Try cranberry for malaria. Hit'ireeand lurnllur, in Bayard?" asked Will Harrington. University were seated, each is very slight. Bobbers subjected him la a candidal for JAII.KIt of Lincoln countr, On Kmldenc on (Irren ritreet. .111,000 for rheumatism. Try a "On my honor, gentlemen!" Bayloa Democratic prlmarr election. , I4.OO0 doe Itealdenc on (Jretn Mrel, the position that accorded best with to tho prociss once, nnd utter a slight SIhIii Si., Stiinrortl, Ky. Two t'uli 1'rlaea, each H.IOO.. 10,000 .... Try ginger ale for stomach cramps. ard replied solemnly, though a just his humor or his indolence, TwoCa.h I'rlte. tacb ti.ouO...., and al,000 choking sensation he becamo insensiCAl'T. THUS. JtlCHAKD.S each tl,Oua... Ht('iiIi Try clam broth for a weak stomach. s.Ual most invisible from tho thick clouds perceptible smile looked mischievousHto Ci.li rili4,each V0 X ble, and so remained until ho was la a Candidal lor JAILKU of Lincoln cutialjr, liny Caah l'rlae. each 1100 s.wo JOHN DIN WIDDIE.PRO'R. Try cranberry poultice for ly in the corners of tho handsome ex(in Hundred Cain frltea, each M. of smoke issuing from choice Havana taken down and resuscitated. Tho aubjectto thaactlouoflti Dciuocracr. a.uio Kit Hundred Caib l'rlae, each f Al. lo.uaj pressive mouth. ,or much-loveand OnaSetol liar Furniture.... Try gargling lager beer for cure of regaining of consciousness, however, 'SSI OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 .., Ou Pin llano. J. H. IIOSLKY "Then it is agreed. Each is to try i Toasts had been drank, On HandMim hllr.r Tea Net was rather unpleasant. im sore throat. la a candidal for ASSESSOR of Llocotn county, too twice Old IU.url.io Whlaky It.. his luck and keep the result secret ll.fo . hopes and good wishes exchanged, 10 lU.l.t .v aubjeet to th action of th Democracy. Cbauiuign f "J Try a wet towel to the lack of tho 1W Hens scratched up a woman's garHundred Catb mace, each no, 8,010 BOARD, 92.00 PER DAY. each succcssivo candidate being re- - until one hour before tho ball 1T.UCO M llotea Plu Wine.) 130. . neck when sleepless. den in Pawtucket, and sho poisoned when we are all to meet here iiO lloie ltobrrlaon Cutc.it Whl.ky, 110, 6,000 it. fjAHi'i:Ti:n roivpd will, n vim nml rtntlinsiiiam im 400 Ibiir llarana Clgara, f 10 ... ,() Special Accommodation to Commercial Try swallowing saliva when troub- them. To her horror, she saw tho the ult made known; and wo 3,000 If a eandldate for COUNTY ATTOUNAY, aubjeet rlr Hundred Ca.li rrlM,ach 110.. 'Tposai&le, to recall, once our footsteps a,D,d Travelers. AMOCNTINtl TO I39.M. owner plucking them next day for to tho action ot th Democratic party. all swear that tho unfortunates are to led with sour stomach. Whole tickela, it; hahea, ft; quarlala, It. IU- havo strayed beyond tho portals of Try eating fresh radishes and yel- tho market, and her conscience gave LillUacea tuay b uad by Ilank Check, r iprr., BHgrI Traniferrcd Free of Charge congratulate their successful rival TIIO.N. 1. NEWIYIND college life. Mall. IU.m. I'o.ul Money Order. 01 low turnips for gravel. alldvagrnla wanteil at all lulnta. Por Clrrulara, her no peace till she had bought tho Iia candidal lor without jealousy or There d Suddenly Frank Lewis, a tall, of lo 1 Lara recently taken clarce of thii home Try eating onions and horseradish lot at a price far abovo tho butcher's KU; aubjeet to th action ol th tb.offlc JAIL- tiring full Information and lor llrkrla, Willi-- . Democracy. W. C. I). .. .1 n rl young fellow.claiming a North- tho bell cries, "All lights out!" so u usto A7.a J tun tmcuu aa X. WILL A Itll 1I0TKL. LOIISVII.I.I, KY i to relieve dropsical swellings. offer. acconittiodationi. ern home, rose, and lifting his glass, here for the last time, I obey its sum m w. Alc!lOHLKT3 A HrAOO, AllKNTH. Try buttermilk for removal of Answer This. Did you ever know a oTANPOHD. KY. saidf1 "A brimming lumper to the mons I" and before the others could la a Candidal tor Is lb office of COUNfreckles, tan and butternut stains. penon to be ill without Inaction of the TY JUMIK, ul.Jt to will of th Democracy. toast of many a former reunion, the prevent it, Prank Lewis blew out the Try the croup tippet when a child Stomach, I.lver and Kidney, or did you blue-eyeenchantress who holds us lamp, leaving the others to scramble KENTUCKY'S ROUTE T. St. PEXMXOTO.Y eter know one who was well when either is likely to be troubled in that way. STANFORD. KY. all in thrall. Need I name the fair, out of tho room in the best manner wag ouatructed or inactire; and did you la a Cjindldat for to th offli of Try a hot flannel over the seat of they could. mischief-loviuCherry Bromptou?" EA8T AND SOUTH-EASever know or hear of any caao of the kind ASSrabOIL Subject loth action of tb. E. II. BURNSIDE, - Propr. Commencement day, technically neuralgic pain, and renew frequently. that Hop Kitten would not care? Aik A simultaneous shout of approval oil in to- your neighbor the taking your Try Tinien. tame question. This Old and Woll - Known met this spechandevery glass was speaking, was at au end; that is, the STORE-KOO- M mato catsup, if yon want to make it FOlt KENT Chesapeake & Ohio R.R., Ilotol Still Maintains its returned to the table, drained of its the orator had spoken, the degrees had High Reputation, been conferred aud students and guests palatable. contents. I orr.r for rant, for th balance of thla year, th ANII Itmny as well bo, mentioned here had (scattered to assemble again at tho Try hard cider a of J. N. Da.la, In Htanlord. ?VV.4' If tot rented prlrately before, wilt rent It at auction on Direct Uouto nltliout Change of Can IU Proprietor ii Determined that three times a day for aguo and thatUIissiCiHrry Brompton was the ball that was to close the day. County Court day In February. it Shall be Second to no Conntrr Hotel in the State is iu Fare, Monlypaugtsnef the President of the ii- earrwaiK Ono by ono the seven "conspirators rheumatism. J. r. iovi:n, Appointment, or AttenTruileaJ. U tloo.1. Try taking a nap in the afternoon college, and shared the fate common reached the place of rendezvous and tion to Comfort of Kriitnrkxand Huntington, Mtaualon, Char-to all young ladies occupying such a sat down in silence, as if each feared if you arc going to bo out late in the AJ their Qneita. lotleaTlll, Hlcbuend, and th rtborleal, (Julckreland moat lAuforlaLI Rout lo position, that of having at one time to bo tho first to speak. At last Will evening. Uaccai. ollll.coatrir t aad frea Urd.aat Try breathing tho fumes of turpenfrea frkarie. Ka.clal arroa.aia4all.aat or another every youth, whether of Harrington, whom nothing could 1UXVH.I.K, XOItFOI.K A curator o, Kllribeth, WUmot; dct'J, and aa IiYXCIIHUiU., Ut'OMM.rrlalTlaial.ra. The Ilar will ke agent of her heir, I will, alwaie eayalled with the ckalceal suitable or unsuitable age, within the dauut, looked triumphantly around, tine or carbolic acid to remove whoop kraait.erLlaeara aa.1 tiiare. la and said: "Well, gentlemen, it be nniversity walls, for her devoted OX TIIUICSUAY, .ir.llrat Llterf la atlaek.4. 2, 1882, But Cherry certainly did not comes a mere matter of form to put Try a cloth wruug out from cold At lb lata reildcnc of Wllmot, STILL LEAD3 WITH THE bouthweit of Ijincaiter, Jaa. It.th farin lormile Virginia & North Carolina Fointa. rent th owe all of her popularity to, tho fortui the question as to which is the happy water put about tho ueck at night for breaent rear, owned br her at btr death, contain I'dllmax Coat ii aa Atticihid. ing aom lZGacrra, There la a good dwelling and sore throat. tous circumstance of being her father's mau." all neceaaary outbuilding, on th larm. Twelt to filteen acrea ara lo b cultlTatcl Iu com, th Try snuffing powdered borax up "Why?" "How can you know ?" rluccraantala llauglirrly A Holiara, daughter, else there are uo virtues iu balance la In grata. Tb renter will ba required lo For tlckrta and further Infoamatlon, applf lo Heart olSrr, or addreaa W. W. vxecui uinu wiin approTeii aecumy lor iu lent bright eyes, rosy cheeks, and one of "Did she tell you ?" escaped from tho tho nostrils for catarrhal "cold iu the ouroe. I Mr, Pltlibt and I'aawnge' Ag'l, and proper trraluientuf Hi leaaed rrru Im, and ST.IM(KI, - - ICKXTIKJKY, Ky. dcllrery of luaaeMalon al tbaeod of tb renting. head." the very best disposition in the world. lips of the half dozen. JO. H. IKIIII.VNO.V, ot'. W. SMITH, II. W. Plll.l.i:it. January 21, IU2, Curator and Agent "I shall be glad to receive your Try an extra pair of stockings outTho same young lady was likewise (leo'l Manager, (l.n'l 1'aa.V Ag'l, Kjiiiuoxu, Ylauiau. - possessed 'of tlia very .demon of mis- congratulations, for Miss Cherry has side of your shoes when traveling in Fine Carriages, Buggies, cold weather. chief, and many n mad prank, could smiled most benignly on my suit." "BLUE-GRASAu exclamation of surprise followTry walking with your hands beSOUTE." be traced to the cunning brain nud Aa adrutnlatratora ot lb dale of Ja. IL WUed this announcement. hind you if you find yourself becoming AND SELL THE skillful execution of the President's BEST mot, dee'd, w will, on "Come, Will, that wont do," said bent forward. daughter. The most exasperating fact, KENTUCKY CENTRAL B. B. Try a silk handkerchief over the BUGGY ON THE GLOBE THURSDAY, FEB. 2, 1882, however, was that, though counting Frank Lewis, "as I happen to be Miss hla lata realdenca, aom nillea bouthweat of At face when obliged to go againstacold, her victims by tho scoro, she seemed Brampton's chaice." Uncaater; on 1)1 1 Hirer, .all publicly to th high-eFOR THE MONEY. THE 51 (WT IltyiltAlILK UOUTK T- Obidder, th pcraoualty of aald mate, ronal.t-IngI J" "And II" exclaimed piercing wind. "And. tollaugli with Impunity at, the rosy Try planting sunflowers in your SEND FOR CATALOGUE 10 Jiead of horaea and brood uarea; 2 little god; and yet, each victim felt each of the others iu their turn. There yearluulea, IS head of 8beep: 4 11 Ilk Cow.; sure that if opportunity only offered, was a moment's blank astonishment garden if compelled to. live in a.mal-aria- l ing Hteer: I Heller; I llull; aom 20 head o AND TESTIMONIALS OF lloga; I Wagona; I good Mowing Machine; I -- THKONI.Y LINK lltJNNINIU neighborhood. which, by the way, very unaccount- and silence, then a cry of "Sold, by AND PHAETONS. ltoikaway; alotoflUcon and Lard, 2 atacka of liar: about I0O ahocka ol podder, a lot of Wheat Try a saturated solution of bicar ably never did offer, ho should receive Jove!" broke simultaneously from aud Corn; lot or Lumber; Farming Implement,, HUNDREDSOF LIVERYMEN IIouMhoid and Kitchen Furniture; 2 abate In CARS bonate of soda (baking soda) iu di such assurance of reciprocated attach- the group. th Dinillle, Kit Hirer and LaucaaterTuro-Il- k WAGONS OF ALL KINDS. WHO HAVE USED THEM lload Company. "Bayard Kaynor has betrayed us arrhea troubles; give freely. ment as would removo all smart from -- iiirrwKKNCarrlagra of all deacrlpltone, There will b rented at th aatna tltua and plac Wctuanufaclur Try a newspaper over the chest, sf the rankling wound. However pow He shall rue his share in this farce !" T ADDRESS" a workmen and uilng employing onlr lor tha year 182, tha farm owned by decvdeul, In a Lincoln county, on IHx Ktrer, adjoining Dr. W. X,uxllllftoii lllltt OllKllltltlttl. only matirlal, and aril at reaaunabl erful tho remedy might provo, if once and Will Harrington's swarthy face beneath your vest, as a unon flgurtw alyle, wurkniau.blp and material enoald- W. oou no Bom Owaler. land lawhich la a and a uweuing, itcie. ii "J 1 U 8 ftHill In graie, tied. ol the onion of to tU !J Foote's applied, had until llli IrAIIOIICUTY Ar IIYDK. a became still darker with rage, whoa in extremely cold weather. . becultlrited In corn andb auiall grain. all auina of Taawa. 1heaa!ewlll mad. lor mystery; for, with a tact truly Napol further comments wero stayed as a Health Monthly. WU OUUU1 vc 110 and under, raau In band, orer that amount a T1UK TAULK, IN ETtXvf MAUC1I 19, 1UL- a credit of Ihreaiiionthe. the iurchaaer to eiecute eonic, Miss Cherry had contrived to gentle rap was heard, and Miss Cherbond of in Egypt COLUMBUS OHIO. aalear with approred aecurlty, andthelb terma ol I.ta. Islington ,M...n Publishing a newspaper 7.M a mi .IS p m toboromplled wllb bfor reuoral keep each and every devoted admirer ry Brampton thrust her pretty face ' Majriillle.. ........ D.U a mlJ:S0 p iu UEPKItP.NCES: the nroiiertr. is no fun. Every printer is to obtain ' I bar been handling youl am Sua pm ONLY Oentlxmrv through tho half-opeA YEAR. door. in tho state of blissful ignorauce, so JO.N. ItOIIINNON, . wagona, .... r 8:Vl a iu X. to p m tTrntlitaua hutona, etc., for th Brewaler e a license, and deposit with tho i.ittiii:k u.Mn:ttwooii, IIU.OO ami Kaluioutb..... pait four yeara. bo far Ihey bare glren entire "Please, Mr. Harrington, dont piu January 2d, lt2. Admlnl.lraton, her great boast, con( jjt bat if became Arr. ClMluiiatl. ....- to all who bar bought ttieui, and I ltH5 a u1 C.3U p iu Thc.circulatlun ot thla wpular newapaier la Interior 8500 to be forfeited aatlafactl.nbaabla tn acll a great many more thii coii.taiitlr lucre.. Ing. Itconlalna all th leading trary to all preconceived idoas on that threaten so loud, especially an inno eiiit to newa of lb Dally Herald and la arranged Iu handy iirerloui yrara. Truatlng if he says anything out of the way iu acaaon tbanany of lb all ordcra promptly, lam, I .ear Leitogton al4.11 p. iu. aud arrlre at Maya- department.. Tb you will baabla to till subject supposed to be indulged in by cent person. Can Mr. Bay nor and I Till 1.13 p. ui. 're l'arlor Car learoa toaaiux xawa Niciiolai IIak, Ureryuian. his publication. That official can Islington at tils p. iu, and lea re. eiobraciaa:lalillipatcbe from all ijuirtaia tf Ufayette.Ind. young ladies, that though having coino iu?"and, waiting no reply, she DARBY'S Cluclnuatl at 2 p. m. glol. Luder the beadof the license at will. Five copies (iKXTLMUKX: W bar been uilng and aelllng lUltmciX NKa many lovers, sno nau never had a entered the room, followed by Bay ! the Trlngraphle Deaalcbet from all Clarke county of every paper or other publication your work In beat aatleractlon for th pait lour Cloae connection mad InCInclnnatl for all polnta araglfrii thal'uloii, 1 kla Prophylactic fealuro alone make yean with tha pailaof Such a boast was a slur on ard Kaynor. proposal. to ouraalrea aud North, Kwt aud Wrat, riiieclal ratra to Kmlgrauta, Tlia WK(LY have to be filed in advance of issue in cualoinera. Your bugglca ar uulreraally ac- d at th plaiea for a lb moat raluabUchruultl llaaALU knowledged br our cuiloiuer lo b tb rery bet rilling of Small 1'oipre-- Aek lb Agent the "lllue tiraaa Itoute." In the world, aa It la "The best-laiplans come oft to the courago and gallantry of the uniKrcry wcea laglren a faithful the cbeapeal, Irereuleil, a Government office, and with them a for lb uric tliat can b bouabt In th oountrr. from Mayarlll aud Lealnglou to CinLTlcra purified Jk healed. of versity, which many au unhappy grief, sho continued, "yours, gentle Your Couibluallou (Spring lluggr la pronounced ao Id at reduced ratra. Nitinll Pox Uaugr.ua prercutcd and cinnatiralea ou bouaehold gooda and vreatern MKWt declaration of .the nature of by all lo b lU.fiue.t. aortral, and raiieat riding Kor embracing coiuplel and coniprtbenilr youth sought to retrieve, but Cherry meu, would have been admirablo had formal cuml, wagon nuggy now in ua. tour iirwateraiu-ua- r addreaa CIIAS. A. IIAtfLLTT, Waablugton, Intludlug full report! of tha Wouuda bcalnl rapidly, the contents. The Minister of the la crrtalnlr without a rlral. Taking all In all. tlen, Eiulgratlon Alt., Curlngton, Ky, lvrittllcalctl. txurrey cured In a abort iiKMM.lip.of tmlutnt pollllclauaou the iiueallonaul Brompton knew 4oo well how to you taken intp consideration tho thinw fearleaaly uy that your buggte cannot b lb hour. Interior is, moreover, empowered to beaten In Ibo country for alylv, dutab, aud dura tliu. JAUKH C. E1INHT, ( 1', A T. A. fence and parry, aud sho invariably ness of partition walls." TrltU'r dried uii. Tliu raau of Ih Weakly Herald glreetbu ialrat aa well aa confiscate all foroign newspapers or bility, lourairuiy, Tkmkamt A Moiks. Kor Bore Throat It la a t U peticulr banulei came oQ victorious. This explanation "You heurd us, then ?" tha moat practical auggaillouiand dlarorcrlna reSprlngflald, Ohio. aurtcure. Coulaglon deatroyed, Hlik ruouia pu1 balpgri.t aud Ileal Jlrdlflaa tier Made. printed matter1 of whatever kind. lating lo lli.dulloa of tba filmrr, blnli for rified and uad pleaaant, I'crered alck is necessary to what follows. "Not exactly. An humble admir(uullry, gralua, treea, Tegetablea, Ac., UaRTLgJIKii: I had In llrery Aa4lu,bi.tou of llona. Buortu. Mitn llatbloif with rrfrnuwl Anybody who violates the regulations orer two yeara, aud bar not aiwut a dollarnow for Ilered andadded to tbbrwater, bo ft whit rropbylac A., wllbauggratloua fur keeping building, an J for bar "J ' tic lluld cuui tlinkl and Dandalion, of all i" Jlill.ra, "Gentlemen," and this time the er, though less presumptuous, perrariuiuguirn.lla In repair 'I Vila liaupplemeuled on them, aud they look nearly aa good aa i.!!.r mo.t 1 urallr..ill.a by It uw " " of publication has his property seized new, liar bad bugglea of aerrral other luauti by a walltdlled department, widely copied, unnakatb.gr'teBloo(i Purlllar, Llxr speaker, Will Harrington, was dark haps more devoted no other than Irish i oaiuingi der lb bead of lacturcra, and find uouoau aeiculXntor.audlJt.aiHi ii..hii tiMiiHing promptly and his establishment shut iluggy Cuuipany'a bugglea. good aa th Coluuibua Impure Air uiad barn-leTIIK HOUK, lteapectfully, ag.Ti and swarthy, with fierce black eyes Tommy, overheard your plot aud duand iiurllled bv DlplitlicriH glrlng reca lorpracllialdlabea, hlula for mak. T. 11 llaoiUNiH. ti. .n,iA.blblr tonic il.l whtialloo K...M anrlnkllug Darby. up. Not a few French and English Ing clothing and lor keeping up with th laleat Cuuytra, Ueorgla. aud prli .1 . lb.ir that told of smouldering fires, "I havo ly reported. Can you blame me if I lull.ra ara uaVIO "d auoui. faabloua at tb loweat price. Krcry Haul of rookPrcvcitictl. people live in Ramleh, a Buburb of Okktlkuix. Tb bugglea I bar bad of your Toriuiu the breath, ..tlu4U) purify ing or economy aurgratcd Iu thla departiuant la We havo all been turned' tho tables on you ?" i .a nlau to. propose. Cleanaa tb Teetb, II Txirpliiza' ,(utlr:itit'ttl"l'.sira. radically leated byierta bafur publication, manufacture bat alreu iu enllr aallafacilon. Alexandria, and other parts of Egypt, They ar Ih beet I bar rrrr uacd for tb aam can't be aurpaaned. Ir"l"larl Lettera fiom our l'arla and liodou correapoiid-eul- a 1k.II .Iiom .V"!40'"""1"""" or .In, "Then you mean to reconsider your generous rivals in literature; let us Mllunrj Wlfiui. Im on the Terr laleat faikloiia. Th Horn amount of mouer. Youratrulr. ll orili.U.ta bhl Ktrer prarented by It Cholera dlwlpalr.1. and they uaturally desiro to havo the XouM aH,lMiil.iaiiuiiii.,,it partwrnt ol lb Weekly Herald will aart ll. D. COLuaa, LI rery mau. uulieau ai4i.ilMr tlia continue such in the race fur love. answer?" asked all together. ua. Itemoro all uupleaaaot odora. Catarrh r bouauwlfuiuor than ou hundred lliaea lha nrlm lliithau,.Mi.iiif.i . uaji...willl0UI inioa Joplln, Mlaxurl. domination of the Western powers llared aud cured. Lryalpelaa cured, llurni of th pajMir. Th Inteieila of Icatlnui In cawa oa lualautly. Bcari prartutod. It were useless fur anyone present to "Why, I can't very well do other- exteuded rather than diminished. .Nom.iii.r li.ifoiirt..Uiig. or er,u..iHe I bare bu couuettvd with lb OniiTLIfllKN: IIIUIIIllllUI th " deatb In alwarabouia, It ar looked after, aud otrylblog relating to we. lau.. Iluitiui manufacture of and dtalluK Iu liuvule. for lineeu deny that Miss Brompton has taught wise, gentlemen, us I cannot marry you kbculd b ua.d but If oa rhanlcaand labor aarlui la larafullr iw.r.M l.r I' in I I..U until roul ytara. Your work doea n.l look Ilk moat factory . about tb corw It emr r.fllMil ar no4rU,lUMil!.iii al on,-Thcr la a peg Utrulad I all tb lalnt pkaaea f us all tho lesson that, sooner or later, all of you," tho answered demurely. Auuie McKeover, aged .thirteen WV,., HU IS ,11VWU, U,..,.U l, WIWI 1IWU, will prerent auy Umi.ji jour in. ltlia."..aii IimimJiW Ncarlct painting and trimming. Material uted In lb in. wu.ihcm ui.i.vi iiv,, ni.ieu.ua i.e, ac , ac. awall. A TaluabU feature la louud In lb..njl.ll mutt be conned by every man; and I tSOOIHbldforac.a " tli.r will rial "But, Miss Cherry," persisted Will yeara, of 203 Park avonuo, Urooklyu, Coluuibua lluggy Conipaity'a bugglea baa iroved to anied price and rondll lona of tin . ue i" ip I'a not tuir.r I ' I your f ii be of lb beat. Tbey ruu light. Kerry oulu C'urctl Au Autldoto lor mal or Trgatabl iMiuMiaudurit. IbouiV Ioum Hop B mff.r jjhlnkliBgo'notar Harrington, known far aud near for had her ear piorced oti December thla rouuty who hara bougbl your bugiiiaaar astray when tiik rauut't'a uaaKBTM alluga, Ac. tJiwrllug nawaat bom lt.iu.iniir M.p lutt.ri la no. ll. drairirt aud abroad, together well pleaaeili they glra tb beat of aatlafaetlou. Oangeruua eUlurua of Imt tl,a ruriita. a u 4 ii.. lib a alorr ererr week. a aeriunn i. ..u... ....i. diunk.H thattwe each secretly cherish the be his unyielding temper, "will you at 23d iu anticipation of receiving a pair Youra truly, ! uant dlrlue. Iltararr. luuilcal. dramatl. .., MedU'inoteruiaJ Hi "llllMuaav K, K. Wait. by llaua. Yelalck roomaand boapltala remored 1 her s and liura and no IW1.0U or fuuii. i aud iea uotea. la no paper Iu tb world lief that in teaching him, she has least give us a token by which ono of of tor a Christmas present. Wlocbeattr, Ilia. low Kerer eradicated. Iu tact It ll tb gteat I which conta .hwuki im iiHM. mwi. o.jo much newa matter ar.ry weak aa lb Weakly Jlarald, which la Mot, poalag au atiMlut. au.1 IrrMl.llMa learnt it likewise. Let us put it to us will understand that for him your On December 20th erysipelas tot in, Siiinfeotant and Purifier free, ' for oua dollar. 4ll,ulillrulM'..UM,ilol.miij i.iIm You can lubatrll al au. lima. maraKKU ur followed the test. Let each sweur that ere this answer is still the same?" uiwki ann., i r mo 'i.i u by inflammation, which lb Nw Vork Herald, In a weekly f.ri.'nuur 1 u.. am... i, iv, aywr Addreu NiiW VOltK ifKKALll" J, II. ZKI.IN fc CO,, .IMI T.....I.I. INI C.f If!., i. Miss Cherry will bo timo I dont know how that might have readied tho bruin uud caused death. Uronaway aud Aunalrcel.Naw Voik Dealer for Lincoln and Garrard Cos. Mauufaclurlns l.'biulata, fiol 1'roprlrlora. t&tmW&tM$ Sfnlrriorloumal Daogirs,Wim, Motto! TACK FOlt EV i n ll Ur. aH.r-noo- n. ( j '" J. PATENTS tWIcl-lira- - d. best-natur- fHi 1 . u.tlme-.lionore- i;.m:jiax tlckel-holJer- '" V tub-Je- ''"i'&oiST.ASAPHHOTEL , sun-bat- h much-abuse- d racer-schau'- ra i. .. fair-haire- l. 1 ' 1 uni-ciM- m i. ititnv MYERS HOTEL, d g cod-live- r wine-glassf- XCE Store-lko- inesffi OMffiNY -- KENTING. rj ing-coug- LMKB NfflE Mxmx WOE iTmr Daugherty&Hyde Maat-riciuaa-r - Administrators' Sale S 1 CINCINNATI! 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