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Digital page images are linked to the text file. o 'Suit Heefclii &KUit$tuklit w nttriir9)irK;tI itfetfo 3, 1882 tli i liMfnai NEW FALL SERIES-NUMB- ER - 4ff L.. r iiuartnttna lawi for that purpose, and lo inpprctslon of any riot, rout, brei-- li of the the Court'lfoiKe door in the ehy" eV and that you will, In all thing, execute enforce the nme within one mile of the peace, noise, disturbance, dttorderly or un Stanford ahall be lufMent notice: Ht W title writ according to law, and make due v lawful assembly In the tlreett, houses or the land or pioperlr required ahall befoM return thereof within three daya of the ex boundartra of the city, jadga of till. Tn pttabllah hotnltalt and not other placet In the citr. or any violation lo infanta or persona of nnaound mind, in ecutl nof it. WilO'M day of 18 city ordinance, and for the nrrett, whole or in part, the officer ahall notify Court, Ihlt Cditor and Proprittor. house and make rfRiiUtlona and rule lo ofany e of tald city the (ettametifarf, orttalitory, or natural, confinement In the AKTICLK IV. secure the good government of same. or ian oi a.incoin county, anu io proviue or committee, or guarotan, or nrxiinenu; 6th, To make rillra and regulations lo executive iErnTcrNT. T. R. WALTBN, Notice People of Builneit Managir. Hr.o. 1, The city council ahall telectand for the trial of the partic committing, en Land if none in the ccunty, it ahall be the core the general health of the Inhabitant .iWfi.a?., IHAVRJUSTItKCFtVKt.ANnorF.MKD gaging In. taking part in. or aiding or 'duty of the court Italiing the writ rlo ap appoint one of ita members the Mayor of of the city. point tome person lo Stanford, aald prevent, and remove Olh. time The BROUGHT CHOICEST STOCK SujscR(rnoN,.2lso Pirn. Anum, ances Tothe coat abate expense ofnoli abetting the In tirrtcribe City Council ahall audi Infant responsible of untound art for the city offor two yeara and until hi hold auc mind. hit office or neraon the nenallr for the litre power and at You will tln.t mythlng Ibtl In tht mtrket II hit been mlected wllh etre, tod mniprliei lh violation of the city lawa or oriilnan on whom (he officer ahall execute the no ceaoor la appointed and qualified.' He ownera or occupants, of the parties upon any a Invauiaiilv in Advanck. Merchant Tailor ought lo hift. Tha nock eontprltct whose ground ther exlit, and to define ce, provided llihall not exreed ninety tlce In writ Ing, whose duty It ahall be lo at ahall be the chief executive officer of said ClelhH, CnmlHicrcA, DiafcatinlM Hiid h Largo ScIccIIsh ol Warn-tctland declare by ordinance what ahall be a day' Imprisonment in the wnrkhnute nr tend the lnunest and take care of the In city; he thall prttde at all meeting ol the from ihe lie MHHttTitclericN ef I'rancc HHd EHfrlRHfJ. trjtohtB CHARTER FIR STAWBRB. nuisance within the limit of the city; county Jail, or fine not exceeding one him teresta of the Infsnt or emon of iimoumI city council, decide point of order, and LAST HUT N0T.KA8T, A Sn.KNDIt) L1NF. OFTRIMMtKliS. and thoy mar, by ordinance, affix the pen drul dollar1, or both. All perajn arrett- mind, and to traverae the findinz of the ahall have the power during the aetalon of Cutting and Repairing Neatly and Promptly Dorie., An AH to ntfuM into on all the Artt in rela- ally for keeping, canning or committing a ed In tald citr ahall have a tpeedr trial, Jury if In hla opinion It ia lo Ihe Interest aald council, to enforce good order and detion totkt Ton of Stanford. nuisance, which ahall be by fine In the but If arretted afler 0 o'clock r, M liny be olthe person lor whom he ia appointed ao corum, and to punish contempt a pre- Thankful for put fivon, I hope, by itrlct mention to builoest, to merit a eontlantoe of lot tana. siding judge of Ihe Circuit Court have do Qmtrnl Avxmbly of the city court, not exceeding ten dollar for confined by the o dicer making the arret., to 4th. Ileaide challenges JWilJiWtoUy. , or county jail, unfor Intereat Or given them by law. each day the ianlfl It continued after no In the city I Vommntinllh 'rf KtnlueLyi In audi cttra klnsnip. etch party may challenie thiee Sec. 2. He may require Information, in til the aurrredlng day; and tlce. ARTICLE I. writing, from all officer in the city, on of Lincoln county or Ihe warden juror without an use. 7th. To provide the city with water the Jailer our. incjuron ahall be aworn truly and aubjecta relating lo their respective offices, 8ro. I. Tint no much of the county of br meant of springs, well, cisterns, or of the ahall receive Ihepirty I unbraced within the lirtient otherwlte; to erect hydrant, Lincoln under arretl without, an order of commit impartially to ascertain and determine by and thall perforin and discharge tuch dullmlli of the cily'of Stanford, aa hf relnaf pumpt In the ttrrel, within or beronti ment, and tafely keep him until he la re- their inquest the amount of compensation ties aa may be prescribed from lime to ler named, and the persona rraidlng wllliln thallmluof thecit t, lor the convenience leased for trial. If the Jailer or warden each owner will be entitled to if hit lead time by ordinance, not Incontinent with aid boumlalies, aYe hereby created body of thelnhabttantaoi f the city and lla en refute tfl receive uch prttnnrr when In or property aa ntmed in the writ, is con thit charier. polltlo and corjtorale, by the ntme and vlrnnt. Sec. 3 He may call ipeclal meeting of cuilody of an officer, he thill be fined for demned IIhtcJiihI received mill will keep conHtitHlly en HHnd frcsk elyje of the "cftr of Stanford," and by that flth. The Inquest hnll be tigned by each the city council whenever in hla judgment 8th. To ettablth, erect and keep In re aach refiittl not !c than fire dollar nor IIho Hie cIiolccRt namemay hare iwrpetQal succession; ue pair bridgea, culvert, tewera and dam, more than fifty dollar It may be deemed necesitry or lo the InterIuror, handed to the officer holding the and be jetl In all courts at law or equity; and regulate the ue of aaine. and returned hy him with the est of the city. .10lh, To prevent and remove Any and may contract and lx contracted with; may flee. 4. He ahall have the care and su Utli To provide for the lighting of the all encroachment nnd obstruction into or writ within three daya to the court.whence purchase and hold each land and lene perintendence of the public property of t i eelt, markeldiouie, public bolldingi, upon any ttreel, alley, tldewalk, lane, ave- Ihe writ issued. 7th. If the jury cannot agree, or the re the city, unlet the council ahall by ordiinf nit khd persons! proper! at may be room t and office of the citr. nue or public 'quire, etlabllthrd by thla neceastry lot Hi mm ol uM corporation, 10th. To appoint, etipport and regulate charter or by ordlnancr; tn regulate, mod fiuiailc number do not meet on the day nance otherwise provide, and he thall ee -A.XTDand may leet; cll sml convey or other the marthaU, policemen, Ify and change Ihe grade and width of fixed, the officer may discharge it and that the lawa and ordinance of the city wise dispose of the Mine. patrol, and prescribe their dutlet and ilreett, alley, line, avenue, tidewalkt, summon anolhcr'lilry or other juries; and are duly enforced, and observed and faithHw. 2 And Mid city ta invested with compensation. pavemenle and .ewers, and to have and If from any cans the Inquest cannot be fully executed. all the land, tenamenU. ; See. S. He thall be a conservator of the excrclee complete nnd perfect control over held or completed on the day appointed .To erect anltabte eyJf reve to lllh the goods, chattels. and all c'lablloh market place, and provide for' tame, and over all public tquare or com by him, he may adjourn it from time to peace: and when deemed necessary by him AH or which (hey will nun, right and demands In"p09!on or the government and regulation thereof, mona belonging to the city or within the time until it la held and completed, with to enforce the law and ordinance of the of the town of Wan ford: and and appoint Inipeclora of the article told city limits, and overall property, real or out further notice than hit proclamation city, to aave life or property, or to quell eipectancy made at the time. riolt, routs, or breaches; of the peace, he hill be bound by all contractu mi) re therein, and provide for the condenvnatlon personal, lielnnglng to the city, (ontlble for all lkta, deaiandt and lla and dettrucllon of auch at are title and 31. To provide for the prevention of 8th. The jury, after being duly tworn may summon into service any of the citirIho hrciiIh fur the. nale, or MallliiKly'M Htipcrier. training or breaking of hore, of exhibit hy the officer holding the inquest, aha.ll zen of aald city or Lincoln county, either They hi-bllitie of whattoever kind agalntt laid town unwholetome, in the Mine manner and to the aatne ex 1'Jili. To tirovlde for the erecusn and Ing atallion, Jick or bull in the public view the land and property of the ownera, civil or military, and In euch caeea he Woolen Ooodx hiiiI Varnn. tent aa before the adoption of this Act, repair of all ntaifu! public building, and itreett or plire of the city, and to prevent and thall allow the fair caah value ol the mutt be preaent and command in person, 8kO 3 All the atreela, alleys, loatlt, for enclotlng and Improving all public and punitli lnt riding and driving in same; alio fair compensation for additional and the council may by ordinance suitable fines and penalties for dito lanea and common now open to the public , ,!. UlnnInc to the cltr. hacktandall other vhic!ca within fencing wlilcn may be rendered necassarj ii i now ettablthcl In aald for or tiiniraons. for travel, ami lilt j3,u t0 cen( tar and regulate auc ;the city, anJ to regulit the apeed of nil thereby;.i.nnd alto.i.:i.all Incidental or col bedirnoe0.oiHe- - order give the catting vole ........ 1. IVI..i uiiib;o T.1U..U ii. ..i.i 1. . tn Sec. with town, are hereby declared to be alreeU,' ,oriwr, relalUr, private boarding houie thall rallroid trains, locomotives and dart iii hid produce to the other land ol the owner; whenever Ihe city council may be equally alley, road, lanea and commona of the ttoref, petldlem, lnirtnce agentt, In tin city limits. city of Hlanford, toliacc? fotorlet, 3'JJ. To provide for the removal from but for such incidental or collateral damn divided upon any question or ordinance broker, Sec. 7. He miy upon due Investigation the liruiliof the city or for killing mis get ahall be deducted the amount In value ot- i tiiBitiic iiiiiii.ui .areliouttt ana tmoiio nana cllyof Htanford thill le a iuire formed Uih Ta license, tax and regulate Lack- - chlevout. vlclOua and dltiated animal. of the benefit and advantage tuch other and in the exercise of a aound discretion remit any fine, penalty, or forfeiture in uy lour tiraigoi lines, to e paranri wiiu ney otrrltgeii, roaches, omnibuses, carls, and fur Ihe punishment by suitable fine, land will derive from the aald condemnaand draya and wagon. curred or imposed by or under any ordi the' four walla Of Ike land peiultiti of the owner and keeper of tion and taking. of etch of aald line shall be 9th. II a person claiming damagea hat nance ol the cily, and isty ditcbarge Iroin l'jlh To licence, tax regulate and aup!iuch animilt for allowing them to coat Invito the attention of the people to their new Fall stock, of or jail any peraon therein a Mile therefrom. prvta theatrical and other exhibitions, large, and lo Impose a tax on the Owner only a life estate, or yeara, in tame, and the ail Hrxs. 5, All soil or proceedings agalntt nfdoineitic animtlt running at l.'rge in llie remainuer in lee belong to another, conuneu lor violation oi tucn oruinance, howaand amutementt, clrcuea, menage Sex;, a. In case of death, resignation, re aaldritr. Mrviceof proctM tbalf be tition rie and museum, ami Impose a license I the city. the jury thall apfiortion the damagea be- ll' profession or' 33J. To grant the right of way over the tween them. moral from office, Inability or refusal to 'the MaVor. or in hit absenre from the city, I ,.r ., n. .,.,1. i,.lnl I 10th. The verdict of the jury ahall be act, or temporary absence of the Mayor, upon the clerk of the city council. conducted or Other public ground of ttreeu occupation Carried on and AKTICLh II. the city lo any railroad companln for In tubstancc aa follow: We, the jury, the membera of the council shall elect one In Uielimlt ofthecilv. , named in the writ of their number at Mayor pro tem, who imTKincTON or tiik rowriu. or (iuvf.uk. j ICtli. To license, Ur, regulate, tettraln, uilroid puross, or, audi lime, in sucu find that aald I dollar damagea, hall exeiclse Ihe powera and discharge iijt. prohibit and control In aald city all tav ' manner and on inch condltloti ta taty be herein, will sustain 10 meiu maj wtm In taking the required land or property tbedutiea of Mayor until the dieabillty be coniecuonart, iTrrn agreeu upon anu .V. . OXuOTPIH-ITXrCS-- , i inliHhree 11' Iirn''. victualera, of Ktanfuru ahall proper anu io me ueti miercsin oi mc for Ihe purpose named, and we have taken removed, or ia case of permanent vapancy wjl (le rlvllege ol retailing spiruou -i llnct'deparlmenls, namely the leclslatlve, jj ,.uorAr allera lor nine or into consideration, in making up our ver- in aald office, the city council ahall select cuy. pro one of their number as Mayor who ahall the executive and Ihe Judiciary :Uth Tutiitind, either Indefinitely or dict, the Mrctsli value of the houteaof public retort, billiard tablet, x AKTIUI.r. III. iitcimc loied to be taken, in benefit and advan take the proper 01th, and discharge all lor a limiieu perioti oi mue, an iileonhole table, bowling ttloons, (he dutiet of that office during the entire fI.EatLATlVE tlCPAIITMKNT. ffrktrjl. The lejlalatlve power of the city houtea. Iiper beer, le. ami eating which the council may have granted to tige to them, and the damagea to be by the construction or the erection residue of the Iwo year for which the prelioutes; but in no cats thall the tax or any person doing any butinet4 under a ceding Mavor waa appointed to fill and unof Stanford ahall be vetted In seven coun llrnut . two hundred dolltra per license in'tald cllv. whenever said council of Ihe HaieR, to be styled' the City Council of annum, and In no event ahall they have are aatitfied thai any audi person, ironi Sec tf. Either party may within ten til hi iuccci)r is duly selected and qualStanford.' The councilman ahall appoint power to license any persons, oincr ntn my caute wuaieier, hould forfeit si hi daya afler the finding of the inquest, file a ified. Should any councilman die, or hit resigone of their number aa Mayor , tavern keeita, lo retail spiritou liquor Hcente; provided, however, that no license traverse thereof with the clerk of the Lin office become vacant by reason of hla , Ml Hrc. '1. No person ahall be eligible at a within Ihe cilt; and no license granted by thall be ui ended until the parly accuted circuit court, whereupon the cate ahall be nation, removal or otherwise, the other ' aelect from of the city council who i not a aid city shall aulhorue the holder thereof hi hid at leait five day' previous notice docketed foe iitf jiexi member erm, anu tnan membera of the council thall mi.; They call especial attention to their stock of male cltiten and legal voter of tald city, m trtmiet buitnes until he shall have in writing of the Internum lo auapend id stand for trial at that term if it is ten daya the citiiena of Stanford, a person with all tul who hat not been at Mnlinnoiia and l.i.i.tr.1 inquest, otherwise . at the next the qualifications of a councilman aa re liw miv llcwnte. and ha had onnorlunitv. to thow nfter the ., ,i .. . .nh mlr . .. ?, ' "' ItnafJe resident Ihereoi for at least one w'........ nor ahtl any licenae authorlie caute, if any he has, bef jro the council, term it anaii ioe men uy ajurr oi iree- - quired by this charter, to fill the entire uftf. w. i'anytrson to transiet buslnes In aiid why aald Jicenw almll not be autpend.dj holders empaneled for that purpose; the residue of the unexpired lime, and until ?xl.,,,wcHln" . nlml - cjly untii t,e cty license ahall have been and the council may preicnbe by orui paity failing on the traverse ahall pay the the next regular election thall be held in auan oe uirectiy or inuirrtiij In any contract with aald city, or In any costs thereof, and the parly travtrting Stanford to elect all iu councilmen. ;nleJ ,nj fuy .))(d for. an,j nothinjc In nance the penalty for any parly for therefor; and If, after election, Sec. . The Mayor ahall have ihe power MC,ton,j,all prohibit merchant, oth linuance of buiineaa whose license ha. fail when the verdict traversed ia not inaa his intereat anytniembtrorthecily council thall re ' lltn Mtallers, from telling liquor aa been declared forfeitcJ hy, or who thall creased or diminished the inquett up tomay to administer oaths. resign ARTICLE V. move I rota the city, or thall die or the The coata of Cltohinjj, Boots and Shoes, which have been selected ....,,horlted by law nxhoutes.xam not have outlined a II:enae from the City require. ahall be paid by the party taking JUDICIAL areepa any COUilT AND Also to their stock of CITV traverae interfile councilman, or Couad :i i.Lii. Tn.iinnreascambl s with care, and they feel confident that oMsm, Ipml, employment or agency, the b CITY 4UDOK. thecondemnation. Provided, Kovttar, That drllnienne.a, bawdy housea Join iporuer anu compel tne owner Sec. 1. Tlie indicia! power of the cor within if the amount finally recovered be in no " noiuing ur any lot, piece or parcel of ground or houtea of nroatltutlnn. have rendered him Ineligible a a member and disorderly house of all kind, and lo Ihe city, at hi own expense and coats, to greater than the amount tendered before poration thall be vested in and exerclted cut the amilicallon for the writ, then the aaid by a court to be styled "the Stanford Cily of tald council, his, seat as auch member provide for the arret! and punishment of grade, pave and construct ball be thereby vacated. tn.1 miv tirovlde for the verts, curbinr. gutlerinir, and otherwise coat ahall be paid by the owner or ownera Court," which ahall be held by a judge, to il. H EC 3. Stockholders in cororttiontmy I ..nM.l.m.nt . nf n nenon Imnmm that imtiion of tuch lut. niece or nf the land or property. Either party be styled "the Judge of the t'tsnford City be eligible aa membera ol the city council, who aball rent property to prostitutes, or ptrcel of ground which bind upon and may have the decision reviled in the court Court," who shall be elected by the qualibut thall not vote bn any imettlon direct fied votera of the city at the time of the hall tuller their properly to be used or adjoint any street, line, avenue, alley, of appeal. Of these goods ever exhibited in Stanford. Mid corjioraliont, ly or Indirectly afltcting Sec. 18 ISo appeal or aupersedia or general election for the city council, and occupied by lewtl or disorderly persona, public road or public square in said city; or con and may prescribe by ordinance audi pen' and if any u:li owner thall fall and refute traverse on behalf of the owner of the ahall bold hla office for lhe term of two or any right or duty under aime, tract or agreement between auch corpora- alllr therefor aa they may think proper, for thirty day lo obey aaid order, after be- - land or prorty, ihall atay the judgment, years, and until hia successor it elected be sum proceedlnga thereunder except aa and qualified. tion and the cite of Stanford. To provide for the prevention and in uotitied of atmr, irliich notice ahall by or . . , j, lllh. ..- ........ t city Sec. 2 Said court ahall have exclusive ,i nrovided horein. M.rahal or H.8bx4 Ktch member of the before coun they MV"UATLTL"T".rj under the ell and all. other cllv officers, where a State "."nvSherluor . Contable of the e. o'f ' Sec..? 10. In .11 case,, t.sl.p.! .mlwrit of jurisdiction of all tuisxlemeanorsi anu sum -.ijl .Mmnurn .hit- b -enter opoa tha execution of ihe dutieaof anu CSlYlsil u.d lb erection ..." wooden Kentucky and couniy oi i.incoin.oi - copy nu .y- - lawa and ordinance 01 tlie city, .1 l - -- - of .ir.In -- -- on , , their rwpecttve onice. anau in au by the Clerk or tie diet round under una act, ana tne time oe have all necessary power lo eflectuale the removal of aa d order, atte-U- d iU jurisdiction herein given, and shall have lo the oath required by U,e Con.ltullon built contrary to ,"'' oH and the lawa of Ihe Commonwealth, take, the power to impose audi unea anu penalof lite lounty of Lincoln, tive) may lander to the owner B STANFORD, LANCASTER and HUSTONVILLE, "' "j" In tubttance, Oie following oath orlHnua "''n,anc' t,e ,id notice ahall be by the publication or properly, or pay into the court whence ties aa may be prescribedtoby lhe lawa or "l coniroi DEALER IN afhrml that the amount of city lion i "I do aolemnly awear (or new,.. lhe writ iMue.d, the amount of the verdict ordinances of the Jo M orJ(r for pne )onlh in f per In aald cily. Then the tald council of the jury; and thereupon the aaid court twenty dollars without the intervention of Uivrt AWhfrtly, without Seeds, of jury, fcctWi lliedtleaoi me oiuee i "". " ""i mly order tlio noe to be done at the costs hall make an order conbrmlng the ver a jury, and with the Intervention the a party 6f ,nd of the city; and aaid city diet, and auch confirmation ahall vott the or without It I it be waVed by Jf the City of Btanford according Wr.!"' e f ,hlUlliTB alien u,(on ,uch ,ot, lItClJ or Light to the and or property in the city, charged, to the amount of one hundred jnu to law." Thep.th,or .fl.rmallon,to be M -- Oth.To, who I. author. Should the person or adtnlniltered by any t Uonerty parcel of ground for the money to expend and a writ of posse.slon may isaue tny dollar.fined fail to pay, or replevyersont V same i?!,: tlnatB larf.r. Ued by law lo adufnialer oaths; and a .ccr- - "" thin aaseiaea eel. lOKaettaer wllli at.lt arotatta anal tBXTHBnvapaw, t valor m , bo When the fiuding of the jury it with costs, by executing bond with aurety Se0 ,lleBd aorj, line... thereof ahall-b- noted pn the jour judge of lie' in' connic? -- 1th ll'tose lotion of the aime, and may cause .aid I traversed by the owner of lb, .land or the payable 3 month tftrr date, lo he ,C i i"'VC,r. L""'i 1 1 not to the cilv court lor the Use and benefit of HO UJCUll'Cin "I HIB CiiVm U ! vwuatvae iiruueriT. lite wi.r. ivi of two ll .rt.iaftr t.rnvld.l. hall Itolil Uielr oflicm for tlie term It prescribed for the enforcement of me Ing it) may file a bond in the clerk's office tha city uf Stanford, unci aaid bond, when anu proviue tllst. To ereel a by the judge of thereof, chanica' lien in Chapter 70 of lhe Clen-er- where the traverse I pending, conditioned accepted aud approved JSl'lMKifflr . thai lave'been brlta regulation and governu,et lorce Statutes of Kentucky, and the Lin- for the payment to the party entitled to aald court, .nail nave tne paid anu rucv. J. To elect s CItv Attorney ind clerk. coln Circuit Court ia given jurisdiction of the aame of the final assessment of dama- ol a iudgtnent. and if not at maturity, elected and qualifietl, tave at hereinafter (the clerk may, Iw one of the member, of such matters. ges and coata In the case, aald bond to be execution mav issue thereon: aaid court proyldetl,, ... m Stft 0. The city council thall keep or lite council anu anau nio us net.marshal, 3Glh. To receive, alter, abolish, widen, signed aa voucher of the city are now ahall have power to imprison such person a caute to be kept, a correct journal ol all City Council;) and roar appoint of the city straighten, extend, grade, piVe, gravel Mid algued, and to be binding on the city, but or persona in Ihe county jail of Lincoln ami warden and may trvaturer, atsetsor, Ihelr proceeding:. nthrrvrlta clean and keen in repair, and to not to be birding on the parties iiidividu county.or the city person f clerk: council ahall fcieet the out auch 8c. 7. The city each month, and ahall the offices of (the aame collector may hold- oiien and lay oil new and aoniiionai streets, ally who may algn it aa mayor orcredit of cause them to work any other fine, in the and adesignated marshal, to ur In irrslTliuisday in sidewalk, alleys, avenue, lane nnd pub- aald city, and pledge the city's work shall designate by urdliunc tho place of their st a tin r lic groundi In audi manneaa they may ita performance, and tho dark of aaid nlace in the city limit!. Raid aupervision tuaetiivga. The 'Mayor or any Ihrte coua t ild. To elet and provide for the pay- prescribe by ordinance; and whenever ll court thall not require any security en be done under the direction or y call apecial mretinga when, in ment of the compensation of all city ofli may become necearr lo procure properaid bond: and upon the filing tf aame, It of lhe jailer, warden of the city wprk- eHiuait hi er their opinion, t4ie Intireliof the cer. terviint or agcnla not otherwise pro- ly for any of the above pmpO'ea, or for ahall be lawful for aaid cily lo proceed with houae, or city marshal, a directed uy lite vided for by this charter. In aald city, the the work a though the damagai were court; and the iiupilsonment or labor thu city demand ll. municipal I I I I TSOl 3NT I rule to enforce a other Council maypuiposei 'J lib To ettablith Hkc. K. Immediately after the adoption by ordinance provide finally mweiwcd and paid, and no aotlon impoaed ahall not exceed one day for each 3F I of the official City dollar or the fine. Upon a judgment in of thla Act, the city council, thall caute to f.lllidil mil linne.t dlscltarfe any neaignateu proper- of trespaas shall lie therefor. lorlhepureiiateoi siFKi-rsro- i Coiumonweallli i.i bo published in pamphlet torm, with a full function of all ollicereof the city, and tol ty; and the Mayor thall tender to the Sx' -- When the damagea for the li- the name of the Stanford, or for theofue and .i lhe city of Index and margipal reference, thi. chart- prescribe the penalty for llteir of the property, If adults, the king ire settled on a traverse in the circuit owner aanuunrdltne. orany oth er,- together wilh the ordlnaiicr and by ance. money, and make the purchase, court, the Slid court, upon a tender being li.n.nt ..r.ltli.r. n 25lh. To remove from ofllce any mem- purchi.e If accepted; but If the owner refuse to aell made in court of the aaid damages, or er final process may issue Irom time to time, Jawtofthe city. ""-cof the mem ber of the City Council, or Judgo or the at auch price, or if the pwnr be an infant, payment or lender thereof to the owner, until tne uiigmeiii laaaataucu. ii tiw 0. The compensation .. .. ..t .1... ahall confirm lhe vurtlict of the ury,whih to whom audi writ la .uued, may lake bar of the city council thall be $1 each for Pilv IVinrl.ne AllnrnrT. for willllll or Cor u. in runt taeh reyukr meeting night they attend. confirmation ahall vest the land or proper bond, payable lo the plaintiffthreethe writ, month b dud In Bko. 10. No member of the cily council failure uf ty required n the city, and a writ ol poa which, bom! thall I..U h.i&innrlliHl lo terle aa a iuror in and returned to the Slanford cily court; of the cMion may at any time issue therefor. .. T. T l execution . In or per If the damages assessed are not and if not paid at maturity, snau Sr.c fw tli Court 01 ini joiitniunwr."" cer, agent or aervant appointed or aiso nay issue on same. 8ild courf., tlbrlirg.hti (erm of oflice. sona interested in aaiu property, ur uj paid before the end of six months next en 01 of au ex ordicouncil; mar, by Kiwer Ira I9tc.ll. The city council their procee- by the the party but in casei bo imiwicu part thereof; aald writ to issue and the aulng; the verdict (unlets there itbea con- have tlie court and Jurisdiction notified accused shall Lincoln county, and of ment, amlnlng nance, precsrlbe the rulea of proceedings thereunder to be had a pre verre pending), the applicant ahall power arid ding, and by proper penalties enforce the of the charge or allegations against hiut at scribed in the succeeding section. sidered aa having abandoned the prosecu- ahall, a tuch court have the duties of two Jutlieea of the member, and least ten daya previout to the day of trial, perform the tame, and attendance of ad quod iluuiauwi an. tion of the writ, and all former proceed 8tc. ltf, Tho wril may punish member of aaid council for and which charge or allegation thall ba thorlied herein ahall be Uaued by the lngs ahall be ot nq eflect. iieace, may taue rtcoguiMutet Iwimlia for snueirance in aaid court; and disorderly behavior during tha sessions or spread upon the recorOa of the City Coun- Judge of tho Stanford City Court or the Kko 23. Any person who ahall hinder or also recognii nice and bail.bund in case meetings of tald council, or for their fail- cil. Judge of the Lincoln County Court, when attempt to prevent the use of anv right or of felony and misdemeanors, wiiicti su.it UOih. To declare and announce by propfrom the condemnation ure to attend the meeting. ollice arising ihre It filed before him a atttement by nrlTllecB derived in the circuit court, Oko. 12. A majority of the city council er ordinance all vacancies In purposes hall pay 'the city damageaaud coal,- and bafor tnapiwirinoacompetent jurisdiction and fill the aame tho Attorney for the city, ahall conatltute a quorum, to trsnuct all Irom any caute whatever, ought to ny add.tlona aiuoun not exeeedMag- one or in any court ofand shall hear all com. of aaultable and eligible for which the land or properly or' any' of the bmineaa of the city and paaa by the electiou with a thousand dollars; aad any person who in aald, county: person.who ahall take the appropriate oath be condemned is r nulrvd, together prop threaten., to hinder br violence maybe pltiuUof bresclies of lhe peure and re- and enact lawa and ordinance. oftheiurveyo! tald land or of office, and when neeeasary, execute the copy ep n.iiir, Hw 13 Upon all queitioiis voted upon brought before the city Judge, or county quire auniv io nf the Stale to by lhe city oouncll.any member ahall have proper bonda and enter upon and ditcbarge l.'t Tl.. ul.lwrll thall detlcliate tl ie , Judge, or Justice of the peace, and ba re violation of lhe penal laws auch Due, penaltiea and punish-mefor theyeaa and nay, and all lhe duties of hla ollice, until the exthe right to call to be condemned, ami quired lo give ball in tue pna:iy 01 one impoaeas " piration of tho term for which he I ap. land or property tn uitv now or hereafter b pre '"" have the aame recorded in the journal. ., .! "t. may Include that of aeverl peraonV, apd thouaand dollars, with good aecurity, ' Sec. 11. No ordinance of a penal nature pointed or elected, acrlbed hy the' State laws, and tho manner hy.lawa and hall be directed to the Mtrthal of Stan keep the peace, and be of good behavior of procedure in such court shall be the i!7tb. To make .loll Iiivh the force of a law until the nr.lln.nMS (nr tha audi rule, lUlintalnllli; ford or to theSheriil of Lincoln county. for the next six. month. . A3STX) .....- -, nilM.Oie of proceuure ju.w. aame ahall have been publithed In a 8to "I The writ provided for herein aame aa tne cases. Sadm court shall have BTJGO-IBof 'Jd. It ahall direct him lo bold an inpublithed In Ihe city or by bill the peace, good government and order The Com in similar be In substance aa follow hall MewcrH, HI-"- f the city of Stanford, and for the intereat ol quett by a Jury of twelve Impartial, to mquweeltli of Kentucky, to the Sheriff of concunent Jurisdiction wllh justice, of llCHpcrtf. iuji i. posted. up m me ccrpurt CerH.lMHHtcr, (JralH of thaoniinty or city trade, commerce aud manufacturing in , eacu Lincoln County, or the Martha! of the th. peace Iniaa or disturbing religion titillUHlani, IlHrruwti, amount or damagea expedi ascertain 1 hrtwafc woiship, rlott, disorderly conduct, unlaw Kta 15. The city council thall have pow iln.trle. ti ll.. rntmeil mar deem to the owner will the Nt auttaln If It be condejoN for CilyofStanfortl, Oreellng: You. are comcity, in addi- ent and necessary, not repugnant aeaewbHeii, breaches of the iieace, and empanel, on tome ful er within the limita of the MacklHWi HMd KHKtat'M, H asked., manded to summon and ,, tion lo the other powera granted to and Conatitution of Kentucky, and lo enforce the purpoteOllieer to wlioiu tne wri. ,ia ui day to be fixed by you. a jury of twelve in all other cae wjtbir. tin Jurisdiction Hi! The the observance thereof by prescribing charter: justice, of the peace aa now or hereafter We buy exclusively from MaBfcewwri, of Machiaerr. vetted In thtm by thi must, before executing the aame, freeholder not pewonally interested li the given by general law .tVnrttMnentW obta in the largest dfacwat and fine A"il?eLt -- iTu and collected a n lit To levy and caute to be within the make all for the violation thereof; and tq reeledthe party who land or property la matter, or related to me names, anu Goods a; Seasonable Trices-- the ordlnancr which ahall be neces- give Appeala from said court In criminal 'freight. Our motto .s t damages, capita and ad valorem tax of the Bute, to inquire what tier lowest rates of eflect required, at leaf! five days' notice pf the law and sary and proper for lhe carrying into ( any. limita preacrlbed in thla charier. will sustain by reaaon of the cite ahall be governed by the Best is always the Cheapest." Sespectfully, In the, cor lime and place pi noi'ima for the regulationa In appeal In like ones from 2d.. To appropriate money and provide the power vested by thla Act In il, w.nniy ami If not in the county, cily of Stanford taking the Stanfotd.Iy. . . !nit!ri courta. GEO. D. considering the conve- ,,.. foritUe payment ol the debt and expeutea poration, tlie city governmeni oi uj m ... ..... Vw....w purpose of ..1..11 have I hen to l.U agent, and if nitre m con UU office thereof. tarlment or ....vatr.f m. aitir , . BEO. U. B.1U coun of the city. XV Tiaaaasaian, nience and advantage the party will have r.. lVSTlir.ltN. UKliM V Maitatrt Utiatom lilt tVt. oa.i, Tn.l.i.mli ordinance what .hair 'annt In the county, then to the tenant, 3d.tTo wakedegulatloua.to, prevent the thereof, and the damagea the current original jurisdiction In all mat bv the -- Mtoajor no tenant, then by pub Introduction orapreading of contagious or constitute peddling and who ereycdiller. and if thaje be rearLiotu of irn raa.j party will austain by reason of the ; no JVtli. To provide lor lite prevention """v " " infectious diieatea in the city; to paaa wi? .XsNyMBER 51- - STANFORD, KY., FJUDAY, FEBRUARY 14. Ai W T OF work-hous- tt: H to the THE Unt-elt- tt Stanford and Vicinity. , Ojfl. EVEtt tt work-hom- e h. c. iiuriijEir. work-hout- e M9A&teEi gH ef a Groceries,Confectioneries,, night-watche- -- mirket-hoatea- FAmiitiir c Soil .at tlio Very Lowest Possible Margin. hug-gle- ,,! fd ..i.i. - vuiiir pawn-bnke- SEVEHANCE D &G0: '.'. Court-Hous- three-fourt- work-hous- e - with-publ- ic DRY GOODS.NOTIONS, Tiii len-pi- d irH BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, TRMIS AND VALISES; t- 3 ", .... lirnaiihe - 'f. I'f' """- TTTT'.SJfaiS tltT'fctr'a. Tk.fi!- ,,, ..: """.'",,"'. ,.,; DEMR-MIX-j- rc street-walker- ttde-walk- t, ..ir-ru- f-. They are able to Show the Nicest and the Best Line i'l -- uii....t;, "'" ' ,u. u, . ""f XV ,, , ' "'. fr,"11; GEO. D. WEAREN, Grain, Wool, Orchard Grasss and other -- n,r ,. te "8 ,e ni !!.7 ' iih' W '"jP'0" 'f",, , 1 ,'rr work-lious- e work-hout- work-hout- work-hous- e, A. 3Ft "7 -- A. 3r O S, Ken-luck- 1 v er Tr -- i' mmmmmsm .T.I-- ... of-th-e ("" nt newt-pap- S CARRIAGES, 1 Scir-lllHtlei-- Drill, ",.,. VSTM-SlieHer- rHH-CuUcr- u. llHy-l'resiHe- - pen-an- d cm-xe- .i,?. IVi-u- v ..... i.ia 'rirstcls WEAREN, Til Ijnrlr "-- -- W. T. Nlclctll, U. 8. UtWfl, wm tl.ct A "Youno DKMOCftAt" wrltfag ami Instantly silll t'i Amc In Mltott from Ml, Vernon to the Omrier-Jtvr-nnominates Judge M. H. Owsley, county, Wtilnewlty, kf L&TtMitf, who frem the cconntlwtVjrffctfy JurtAiM. ICY. of Lancaster, as a candidate for GovThe Georgetown TWs says that the Friday Morale, February 3, 1882 ernor, and whilo ho pays him many new of the pinion of Mack Ssltra wan high compliments, none are over- received there with surprise and Indicatdrawn or undeserved. We would like ion, and that the action of the Governor EDITOR WjJ. WALTON, to see the highest office In the State wm verv Rfnefatlr and.Mvcrelj condemn-.'- , and It wait even nuggeited ly onme n.' filled again by a gentleman that wnHld TTT one In hang tho Governor In do honnr and crtdit to it, and we the rsshtr effigr. ft would (title the matter Iwtter know of no man in tho Slate who and ptop the business I17 hanging the Govwould fill the bill better than Judgo ernor bj his own sweet neck. Somk euty tore heads and non- Owsley. He is popular wherever he descript, met at tho call of Col, Me is known, and in his district no man PULASKI COUNTt Henry at thq fifth Avcnuo Hold In can beat him for anything to which Scmertet. Lbufswlle bit Wednesday, and held a McKlnnsy, one of the parties Indicted he aspires. little meeting, In which it was deterwaa Pyng, over John D. Whitk, on being attack- for robbing this place anda year ago, jail .A.3ST DEaJSr-riDFtESai-mined f to rjfn Col. R. T. Jacob, o brought to lodged In ed by a repiihllhan paper at Mays-vill- last week. Oldham,' for Clerk of the Court of Apwrote to the proprietor that he A heavy fall of anow la the latest novpeals. Tho Chairman read a letter would "please take not umbrage. I elty Introduced by the weather managefrom Oen. Wolfonl, in which the ment. They worked Industriously all of fellow true to prineinlo. tars: am not mad. It is to the redeeming of J f the 10th Cong. Ky. Dist. I am look- last night, and spared neither pains nor "I-wa candidate for Clerk of the expense to render It attractive. s Court of Appeals because I wanted ing, and haro no timo to give to Walker Landram, of Lancaster, has from Ohio." By tho way, how been In town several days on Revenue bustheioffice. I went before tho Conven-tio- a L&ause I had CMifWeaco in the did Johnnie D. stand oh tho Danville iness. Miss Maggie. Minor, a fafr eyed democratic party. I was defeated, as P. O. question. We sincerely hope beauty of Cincinnati, la visiting her sister Mrs. Graves. She is exciting quite a (Int. a docca other good, democrats were. that he did not regard one dear friend from Ohio." ter under several vesta. Murphy as "a dead-bea- t poCapt. Henry was nominated aad it is A colored roan whose name we are right for nie to support him. If any Hknry, Gaines & Co. will make unable to learn, waa killed by a falling one'votedBfatfestlae. because I wm a tho man Jacob wish that a mill ttene tree laat week. He) waa chopping the tree Union soldier, it was wrong. If a were about his neck, and that he was down and atarted to make his escape aa It combination was formed between Hen cast into the sea, before they get begin lo fall, but running against the limb of a tree already on tho ground, waa ry, Poore aad .Gaines, it was not through with him. He will probably delayed an Instant too long and mashed to quite right. If there is a settled de- get a few democrats who are un- death. had one of Ids legs badly hurl just below termination on tho part of any great worthy of the name to vote for him, Now Indeed do we feel it our duty to the knee while going to the fire. Squire number of Confederates not to voto and possibly tho republican party; protest. We stood this akatlng business A 11 Wlllimi' had his coat tail burned for, aod'eject'any Union man to office, but he stands about as much chance all right for a while. It waa nice enough for olf, and several other pulles were slightly it is wrong and ought to be corrected. for election to the Clerkship or the the young folk to assemble twice a week hurt. Amonj the number was a negro and skate In harmony of aweet Iwilt h'dver ceasfi to' 'bo' thankful to Court of Appeals, as he does to he sound. We time with the with a degree of woman, who jumped oil of a wagon, lit on even bore her head ntul rolled down hill and haa my- - friends, both Union and Confedtho Czar of Russia. McAXs-ISTJBI-t composure the establishment of a private not been heard from up to the time of this erate, fur their earnest and warm supSome Solon, won by the bewitch- rink for the Masonic College. We heard, writing Elder B. F. Branson, Is taking port of me in the Convention." This ing brown eyes of our accomplished without uttering a syllable of reproach up a ainWrlplIon to have Mr. Moore's waij pretty cold comfort, and settles State Librarian, has introduced a bill that four or five young ladies had charter- house rebuilt, and secured $200 late Mon ed a large room In a private dwelling for evening the matter so as 'the General is to increase her salary from $1,000 to another rink. We listened without even a day coaceMteji. He' u a democrat because 81,500. We admit that Mrs. Cook k cusa word to (he constant roll, roll, of Mns. PAitTiKCrtoK Says, Don't take he believes in the principles of that worth every cent of the money, but akatea on every back porch on Ml. Vernon any of the quack rostrums, as they are party, and wilt not go off with any does it not strike the average legisla- Avenue. We saw grave lawyers tumble regimental to the human system; but put faction looking to it overthrow. tor that to pay $1,500 to lake care ot without dignity. We saw Mr. O. II Wad your trust in Hop Bitters which will cure There were several republicans in the $500 worth ot books, is quite too much dle, with eyes ablate, fista clenched, sweep general dilapidation, costive habits and all towards the floor aa if pouncing on an uii' comic diseases. They saved Isaac from a alleged convention. pork for a shilling ? fortunate juror. We saw our friend, Mr.W, severe extract of tripod fever. They are A PiULiDBLMifAN k negotiating Oscah L. Baldwin, the defaulting B. Pettus, time after, gratify the curiosity the ne )Jut unuin of medicines. Boston forlbe possession of tho body of Qui-tea- Newark cashier, has been sentenced of the crowd by sitting gracefully on the Globe. floor and raising his feet lo display his fine after he is hung, and proposes to to fifteen years' confinement Tub Eminent Physician, J. Marion in the pair of skates. We saw all this without a Sims, M.D. N'ew York : "I am convinced build a cooling apparatus which will Penitentiary. Considering that he murmur. But now that Mr John 8. May, that Prof. Darbya Prophylactic Fluid la a freeze and keep frozen the carcass for stole $2,500,000, this is a very light the child of many winters, from whose most valuable disinfectant." an indefinite space of time. Three sentence; only one year for every head kind time has lifted lis burden, when For smallpox and other contagious dis sides ot the apparatus will He of glass, nam he appears on skates, and his glistening eases use Darbys Prophylactic Fluid. Per$160,666.663 of the amount stolen. so that the body can be readily seen, head shines like a star In the front ranks, sons walling on the alck should uso it free AT The Virginia Legislature has passed then we kick, and and la tWsT it will be exhibited all say the country is in a ly. It wi'l prevent smallpox, scarlet fea law abolishing the payment of cap- craze, and that our town trustees Mt. Vornon, Ky. ovef'thw country and England, half should ver, diphtheria or any contagious disease itation tax a a prerequisite to voting. pass a perpetual Injunction. from spreading, and the worst casea wilt of the proceeds of the exhibition to be Will practice his nrofewlon In IUckcsjt!e and Four democrats voted in favor of it. yield to Its purifying and clesnsing effect adjolnlnx counties and In Ihs Court of Appeals. e CASET COUNTT. assassin's relatives. paid to the (Special attenUou I If en to collection!. As it is a Constitutional question, it has given his consent, and if the Libert. will go to the people for ratification XT. YKIJIOS AUVIUTISKJIEITS. (Iko. W HiKKa. Key. J. II. Mcl'herson haa moved to J.T CuaK. pian is carried into eitect, we may or rejection. Boyle county, and left some of his credithavo Guiteau with us always. Fear JOII.V W. KEItBY Somerset wants street railroads, or to mourn. fulthnnght sHq should be given to Whew! to the office of As. -Charles Kenelt has two of the finest Is a candidate for county, August election, ItSl, the worms as soon as possible. MT. VEHNON, KY., hogthead of tobacco that wag ever raided Klur of Itockculle LEGISLATIVE. In this county. . AtriKE broke out in the old World XV. IlIMMVX, Misses Sarah Coffey and Dollie Cab Judge Hansford oflered a bill for the Eoffice in New York on Tuesday.which Dry Gootln, Groccrlrx, IIhIm, Me sre at present visiting friends at benefit of Jack Adams, Jr., of Rockcastle. IIooIk, NIiocm anil Kv- spread till nearly the entire block was I The House has passed a bill appropriand McKInney. vrj thine UHtiiilly Kept In Mt. Vernon, Ky. Six or eight persons lost ating $5,000 (o the purposes of the Board a JFlrnt - CliiNH fit ore. Adisou Taylor and Logan Itector Court-Hous- e. their lives and the amount of property of Health, and repeating the Governor to have cribbed about 300 barrels of corn Practices In all the Courts. Office Mouth IJ They roDstanlly bujand sell consumed is estimated at 81,000,000. consider the claims of the several school more than It will take to feed their stock Main street. Shingles, Posts and All Sorts oi of medicine in making up the board. through the winter, You to Call See You Lumbor at Fair Market Bates. "flie office of the Scientific American, ISAAC A. NTK1VAKT, The ifoura pawed a bill providing The mill that stands down on the Now York Observer, Turf, Field and to Hntter,EEB' Feathers Riidnll klndsof .Vol. that Special Judges shall not be allowed bant of the Kiver haa been refurnished AT Country Produce 'Wanted, at the Farm, Scotch American Journal, Pent- - any piy at all, unless they nerve one full and refitted, and converted into a candy (9S-iktBhesi market Price. Mt. Vornon, Ky. tingill's Advertising Agency, Ac, were dar and then only $7 per day, without shop, and waa the liveliest part of the entirclycousuinedt-whiltown last week. the Evening reference to the number of casea tried. Practices In the UuurU ofllockcaatle and adjoining iiitnniiKiu ADntTiM:si.iT., Vmr A bill to amend the present law gov Marriage licenses were Issued on the eouutlea snd In the Court of Ai peals. Office. Iu MaiUaniliing, tho.Ti'mea building, the " erning th collection of taxea aa to allow 27th of January, for the marriage of W. World andnany others were badly Sheriff ten per cent, on the first $85,000, J. Lynn to Ella Smith. On the 23th, Geo. ' , damaged. and five per cent, on all over $5,000, alter A. Goode to Laura A. Monlgomery. On TltUXew .Mill, raiitiilnliiR the latent hhiI BRODIIEAD, KY., At Clayton, III., Thomas Q. Black, some debate and attetnpU to amend, waa the 30lh, J. K. Cutleral lo Elizabeth Anu tUrrv Maw Yaia: dreetlng- 'naiLcasix Smith. Parties all of this county. a prominent citizen and one of the 306 passed without amendment or divinion. Representative Saunders proposes to Prof John Phillip' school on the Old Santa Claus' Headquarters General Merchandise,Drugs,&c, who stood by Grant in the last Na get at the bottom of the matter, and to Boiling Fork, closed last' week with a tional Republican Convention, .was asrreiiocst that end has Introduced a resolution di- three night exhibition, which ia aaid to For niniiiitactiirliiR meal mit! Hour, Ik now In full oiioi-hMowhltb we will tell low. W hv dJM la our sassinated by two unknown men. recting the Secretary of the Stale to WILIIAM M. WEBER'S d4 Medicine. j IVc will Krliiil Tor ctiNtonicrx, for tho coniplfte lln of i took report have been a grand success. Professor P. rcNcut, oh TuchOhj--, WsmI. I rrctrrlptlou carefully compounded with Perhaps the' half breeds are at the at once the number of finea and forfeiture will move at once to Mlddlebarg, and taket DRUG & BOOK STORE. Frltlay ami Sntiinlaj orcach neck, ami en ml mill dealer fj iicNilay.TliurNiIiiy, Article. Also, wholesale Mt.Vernon.Ky. head of this, and are going to have for penal offense, and net amount, going charge of the Female College at tint place' puhllc Wo nollcll a llhcral l.Hr Jll'fh TSSSi I'onrl.DayH ImraeoM slock of Holldljr toI, cooil.tiDit ot Wrmlfuze, Organs, to the State of Kentucky, that haa been Prof. G. It. Waters haa accepted a situation Ac. A gow Mawn I OI lll(rOIIHCO lllltl Mill CHllCHTOr loulio the last man f the number killed. iisiarosiaiSMHtlieil. PholoeraphAlhuiusli. reat srllr, lllbles In fine A Hamlin Organ for Irt, a Weed hewing Machine remitted by the Governor from the 10th aa traveling salesman fir some house in Lludlne, tllft llooks, raperlerles, MusWal loitru. I for 20. Organs sul Machines stulhrr prices, sod ' . ... Tar fs.-Look out, Mr. Bradley I S? ATP I III Aft 1 inents. lo IU. all alsrssnd llrlrfe it .. Vll. Til I warr.nte.1 I4IA1IV day of October, 1880, to the 10th day of Louisville, and will go to work In few dies' lorliuonl(s and I'm sorls. Toilet Sets. La- - IromM In vim ull.r.itlnn Jia.lISA VTiaAJ kjll 1 A Kxtrscti.rom-- i VULII IIS tol iwrthouund. Anr one whhlnz siit Oils. Ac A splendid line ofjewelrj for Maj. J. M. Wkiuht, of Louisville, October, 1881. n.., write for sdes. I thing la our line will plnue call on daya. dl.s snd tientlemeii, choice Csndles, lira Crsck- - II further particulars, (lite us atrial and I AlHajH on hand anil for wile. IIIkIkmI oiihIi price itald Tor Corn, The Committee on Waya and Means Green Evans, who lives In the South era, tie. has been chooea Secretary of the that this la ths pise to hur 07-r- a Wheal, Ac. OnlcrMlcft ul Mill proiupjly nUeiulciI le. reported a bill raising the tax on lavtrna ern part of this county, went down In State Central Committee, the ' where license to sell spirituous liquors Is Bussell county, to mill a few daya ago, MATTINGLY, McALISTKlt & CO. place held for so many years by Dick ) M Jl granted, from $50 lo $100; also raises the anu wune ue ws gone lepi wild a Tate. Maj. Wright was on Gen. taxes on merchants' license to aell spirits stranger, who waa complaining; since that Buell's staff during the war and serv- from $25 to $50, and Imposes a tax of $50 time he haa rrceived a letter from the man ed with distinction. He is a popular on druggists. It alo provides that fifty telling him that be had smallpox And it -ITST- and influential man, and a capital one percent, of all amounts realized shall go waa reported here last Moqday evening, by to the common school fund and the bal somu one from Mr. Evana' neighborhood, for the place. ance goe ti. the revenue proper. The bill that he was in bed, alck, and the family HhhuIiIr lot or Tun Elizabethtown New seems to was ordered printed, and made a special Physician had pronounced it a genuine be siding towards the Inde- order for Thnnxlay, February 9. case ot smallpox. PERFUMERY AND FANCY TOILET ARTICLES, The pendent movement. Can it be that Ellaa Baker, one of our oldest citiiens NOTES OP CURRENT EVENTS. atarted with bis family, laat Monday, to the editor is shifting his saile to float Books & Dye with the party in power at Washing- ' The horses of Kentucky are valued at Fort Smith, Arkansas, where be will make GENUINE hia future home, Noah Wison, John $21 ,145,798 and the mules $5,383,081. ton, and get his old clerkship which WINDOW OLASS AND PUTTY, Fair, ltoe Wilkinson and It. W. ilenson A Georgia paper proposes Jim Blaine was taken from him when the demowill start to the aame lac onq day next crats lost their ascendency 1 Perish and Jo. Brown aa the Presidential team In week. Henaon will leave Ida wife and Liquors Winos Medical Purposos. Proscrip1884. the thought I children here, but takeaa tions fine stallion compoundod. Wo havo also a largo Louis 8. Howell, a newspaper cor ! with him. Mr. A. Llpe, has been appointwo!l soloctod stock of Watohos of Paris, Ky., died suddenly Jowolry, which Ook old friend, F. II. Tkwmaa, ed Assistant Passenger Agent for the Cin Willi NluphiK r.HiitlMltle. night wo proposo soil loss prices. Watches has launched his barque again, this It I estimated that the Alabama and cinnati Southern It. It., and baa arranged Repaired limo at Wickliffe, Ballard Co., where Great Southern Itallway haa austalned for all of the above named parties to trav SL DR. ho hope ho will have nothing but fair $130,000 dsmage by the recent floods. ShBiX1 wstHst el over that road. sbbR sailing. Tho Tribune is printeJ enOK . Fikkanu Accidkmts. Mr. John W. Snow Is eighteen inches ou a level in tirely at home, and is an improve- Boston, and travel on the railroads Is Moore's residence, about ! f INFRINGING greatly impeded. Seven schooners sre mllea above town, on the Huitonvllle pike ment ou thejdjtojsfiorraerefforts. IMITATIONS. burned down laat Monday morning. It sground In the harbor. B"52" John Siikrman's three percent, -- I'KBUUKANUThe testimony for the defense of Craft caught from a defective flue in the dining bill is practically dead, and the great in the Ashland murder trial ia now closed room, about 0 o clock, and in two hours financier is inconsolable. Two years and rebuttal evidence ia being heard. The waa burned to the ground The neighbors GET GENUINE gathered in after the alarm waa given and ago Shermau mado his man Hayes arguments begin succeeded in saving all of the furniture The CoinmlMloner of Internal Kevenue -- TIIBveto a better bill than his, for no othand clothing, except some that waa up iu er reason that we can find thau that rrirU that lbs quantity of spirits in dis- tho second story. The meat house was tillery warehouses on January 1st was 73,- liuvc Wcnrcn, it was of democratic origin, 800JH taxable gallons, which la about burned, but ila contents, a flue lot of fresh ami ami ork, waa saved. Loss estimated at $800. ' The; Rhode Island Legislature met forty millions in excess of last years. The sneeburg Courier, to speaking No insurance. Mr. Moore will move Into In Monday, aad as the members only get a comfortable houae on Mr. J. ir, Ilirger'a Nono olaim to hayo beteva oi' SI per day, it Lkeu lor grant- farm that was vacated just lbs day before tor plow; cd that thoy will get through iheir Hlatkburn Is In be beatfavor of economy, he can the fire, which is close to Mr. Moore's work within the Constitutional time. ave thousands of dollars by discharging farm. During the fire George Moore waa en. My Collins bo Cuskots Their only hIiii Ih (o MHko hh i two companies, if no. three. It was the hit by a falling plank and knocked five or KouiIhhhi. llewHro el all THEipuhlic debt continues to de on miu'Ii Imitation.. Nt'o thai alx feet into a cellar, He had two uf Ida act of an asa to send them In the first in crease, going down about ten millions! stance; OIUer'N iihhiu Ih en the it will be the act of a knave to con- - ribs broken, and was bruised consld allr do beam, hh hhhh eikcm are last mouth. timid them there,' on the balk aul aliouldeis. Joshua Stone Kt'iiiilne. St m Mt x'mmm aTANyOBD, GrRAND Tr O 3? E 3ST I IN" Gr OJP THE!' WITH SUPPLEMENT. ONE-PRIC- E CLOTHING HOUSE, NJETW tf Main Street, Stanford, Ky., formerly occupied by McRoberts & Stagg", ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1882, rati Bays loiMngv Wnxn&Mng, (Soottei Sots, BOOTS, S3E3C0323S. cfao., that e, Men? STOCK 037" r dead-Leal- Bought for Spot Cash, at an Immense Reduction, and I offer the same at pri ces which cannot fail to convince the public Ever offered in this or any other town. This is no bankrupt sale to run off cheap goods. I come to stay and build up a trade by treating every one litely and dealing fairly and squarely with all. No misrepresentation. Every article as represented and satisfaction guaranteed. All I ask is a fair trial. D. KIxASS. R0BT. S. LYTLE I SUCCESSOR TO A liYTJVE, .fr u Having bought the McAlister interest in the above named firm at a considerable discount, I am thereby enabled to offer great inducements in prices on Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, &c. Call and see what you can do before you buy. With thanks to my friends for past favors, I hope to solicit a liberal share of the same in the future. h. miitoirrr, ATTORNEY LAW, M'ROBERTS&STAGG -- 4r Sco-vill- 1 CLARK &BAKER Chh, RElVLCrVEID Opposite the Wish HAVE. le J. ATTORNEY AT LAW, (171-lj- 1 TO THEIR- mi T - M They Invito ATTORNEY LAW, and tlicm Whether Iluy Anything or - u e LA -- w-JAr&l 467-- lr J A Merry Christmas J. H. Albright &Oo. e!-- . 'Vw- Vt-- ivll Xl; Ti G3 Jtm.rMLilrKMi9Js MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY " "cr day. e-- terJefte.. .) -- r 'Slltl La-- I Itllilll IJltlll. , . Dera-bcrat- ic irl. Lull.' IVC.' -- rwm ir may m mmsmm W. . imvirD DBAIiBES BE. DRUGS, MEDICINES, SlfiiOBLB -?. 4r' i CHEMICALS, Stuffs Original and Only Stationery.Paints.Oils, Varnishes, for If r Jl Pure w Wed-nesd- and and accurately to CHILLED PLOW Jowolry at than city and Warranted. and and lODESX E3 FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING ULssB-hJ- -- - K WEAKEN, Main Ntrcct, Ntaulord, B. I Ky. THE .7b. ,Z uJ .r " hensive. Shrouds and llobcs always hand. I also jpiilr Furniture and carpenter job work. B. K. WEAREN. bought out my brother, It. II. will contiiiuo the Furniture Undertaking business at the same stand, tho St. Asaph Hotel building. I will keep full stock Furniture of ery description and sell at llgurcs that cannot compre stock of and will Cclobnitcd Oliver. a I THE INTERIOR Mi JOURNAL ---- ii in SUDPIFXjIEIMIIEJnsrT. Jlililrnl McCnnn, slater of Ho it Petit to Die. Tho Natlnnnl Iloartl of Hrnlth Geo. P. McCitnn, of Lexington, wn ban f rmtilatrd n statement showing A mnn in IIioratown, Md., who liiirncd (( ftcitth Monday, tbo number of deaths from aninllpoxiwas supposed (o havodicd, but subc Mellaril Ilrinsley Knowlrs, only which occurred in sixty six cities in qucntly catno to life, snid in stating snrvivlnj sou of tlin tlrnmntlst. J union tbn Union during tho yenr 1881 iJ'Ia experionco: When 1 died 1 first Friday M rnlng, February 3, 1882 Slier! Inn Knnwlos, t ilrad. a sinking, going sensation. I Philadelphia sinnds No. 1, thero hav-Kiigcne V, Loo, of Campbells ing been 1 319 fatal cases there during know everything going on in tho room, LEGISLATIVE. vlllo, In iiokon of a, tlio Democrntir the year. Chicago comes second, with 'ut I cou'd not speak or move my Tho next thing I remember Tlio Hntiso lias m!cl n liill In1 cniidlilnto for County Jmlgeoi Taylor. 822 death. Now York follows wilb,ll . t-i rni darkness, seemingly in a morn fin ii tieciiirt, panic in I he tbo next hluhest number. I5H: nnd wn '" oxolwlo frufiljury scrvlco nil person money markets of Imilm, nml Paris, Pittuhurg, with lit. Jersey City ro tunnel, through which I was being under iiiillcttnotit. Tho Satin o pael n bill nppm '""' n 'nr nnlr of failures it ro cords 202 deaths, nnd Wilmineton. pushed. u"o seemed to ho two Delaware, with a population of 12,000, Wins, one on each side, pushing mo printing 812,000 l.ir the IkmhUi of tlio Pr'el. Unttfil Slate Senator Ileclc hns show 118. Alleghany, Penti.. Ihmugh tho tunnol, I nppearcd Cieolnglcml Survey nnil Hiirwiti of Iiu lintnxliicod rt dill in Conrrcs tn ap fercd to tlio extent of 108. Kiolimond t0 ,n,,vo M ifI Wu floating, touching migration, bolow. At last it Tlio Hmuo lias pwctl a bill t'pripriiili$2fi0,000 lor a Guvernineni liadM4lntalcnef:Urownsville,Texa.nol"'"B',(ivoor to got lighter, as though we clmiigo tbo time of tbu iiiillng of tlic'biiiMiiig nt Ixington. 05; Cincinnati, 01); San Francisco. 47; Pa1-"- ' nuanng the end of the pas- The Cliioagi, jrratiil jury Is inves- - Louiivillo, 18; I'Minfiold, N. J , 241, ,w hereafter to tbo JJOlli of' tigating tbo history of tbo wheat corn 'and Hrooklyn, 34. Washington and MB every mo Decern licr. fi"ow brighter, cn I seemed to observo Imlgo Hansionl ii fixing up n er tout Aiigiiit, with n view to learn-hil- t tho District of Columbia had but twol"16"1 " two shining, beautiful forms on each to tux every fount le ln of low .., itig whether tho ptrtie promoting it leatln. pnwecutoil tinier tho criminal '.ad a feeling of perfect high clogreo, Over six riiiiiitln oM, tlucrtn long ago Air. Heicber'a iliHiriiUe of ,ne' Not weI1 be!"t'' ani1 hcar,, M sum of 810, hihI wo Iiiikj he will Jiavel'11"' bell was rung by n bright faced Inty,!'" nul Mn woorcin JiN.ok, on a tun u.i. .n...t (,. i. ... i....ii.i.. i..., though it wero a part of tho space I it tinssml. .. wjv i.. . I ..klllun " C1..1.V1. I1UOIVJ w.uw tlamages lor the killing ii,,inn,kpii . ,pn -- Senator llbtin nrcsented . Mil ,,r 0,fr,M11 ,, floated in, tho mtnt soothing and de for the lM..,ofit of the National Hunk ,,f l,er aon' J'l'arlo ,,"?k"' ,nt wn, admitted, and at onco cxclaimcl liBh"ul '"8ic-Wa' ofthlsplnce. This is to legulizo an,""".' V""" "r,,,c'o'IIi0'00i,tlmt two gentlemen down tho street1 Tho Forlycighth Regiment was dis " idiot oiai... on which the Hank ad- - WRt "10 fNH"h"l'lwero holding a dcba'.o over tbo proper banded nt (Wgo, N. Y., one day Mai-miIf If i tsiiiiitt money. ' v ii " vance.1 ipelling of a word, and had cnt him hist week. It was high time. Ono ': 1r ""' 'T'ldges of tlio Kentucky ,,lr usi1J,r.J -- The bill inereaatm- - tfm IU. ,.r .1.. i., ,i :. 1...1 .,l l.r:.i....i , 8,0,UJ8 ' ,"Ul "' l,.,piue.iion. Tho Attorney General, giving him a taxed rtl,,,row quarto was obligingly form, three in fatiguo chums' drcjs, l h"t !" feo of 820 (n every appeal to tho Court b,',,B ra,Ur' ' ,lr,n" .1881 Imnll to tho messenger, who hurried and a supsr uniformed Lieutenant, Nccra were paid "V"-'- " of Ai,tl where tho Commonwealth '!' M' wjh Mfi lfcher ,mg never with a drawn sword in ono band and that much for work they .li.l not do. , ,ho is a party, was imMe.1. ,10W lb rthogrflplllc jRcil,. ft l0B olhcn Another ('Vv- -- A bill ha, ptsjol the House to -c"'''l,'"WM'''';ty was adjusted, hut ho is aware that company had on its mueterroll only A nmnler slmilsir nl.iw Co miy Ctnu to incorporate! hi(, ulnary j, ,inus 0no dictionary, eight privates, and only two of these ,,M J""1 Lulges, Societies and Associatioiis "J,,,n,Jp 1,"rr Tho realou young collector is proba nmwcreil to their names. Of tho sir (oxoept batiks ami other mutual ben "Ibly ambilioui to tMtahlUh a Iwok absent members ono was reported dead, ,, . . (fit nssoaiatious) when tho objsct is. irni tirniifriiui wit imiiiii iiir iiaw v store, at be ha been beard from in ono bad left the State, ono had disap 'on, IlusAcll Urown, who took thoi other part) of Hrooklyn lawful . prosecuting peared, nnd a fourth was reported in r iiijus 'tun uur j iLriry ir'uii ot-- r tier t,' lll,ue '"dustry with local varia- - tho Penitentiary At Oswego is loca . MOTES OK CURRENT EVENTS. ,1 11 ..i ...... j.Mnuit t,uiii. 110 10 iiurr 111 lt()tifj ted one of our celebrated lake ibrtifi Tbo motion for a new trial i.OT trail. o l,.u.... . c Ii T rt.ltln.liar ivllli liiiotliina n lf......nM. IT..n.. '1... ,. . ...........; ...... .... C"- ....", r.iitim.l. u.nl KiKiHiitiiti, uanunry i. "t.n.ui ui-- 1111.1 oen conceit ia..nnu will 110 argucl iwlura .luUge., 'rn.gnifles ,,ur Iwnevoleoce, our aflec parapeU till you cant rest. Itsdefen H wt of RM r0Wrli TheirJ' ...Iftl.... OJ 'Kl,Rod nt tho mouth of tho VoIl'ii. tion, ntwliilir merit, nml niri lillllPK lleM llllVfl bet'll JIllSt lIplifTlllwl. a. ... I National. Thirty shares of St com ? near a l.urricauc. which upgMis that we ought to receive nt dilapidated conditim Iiis no doubt ow. Hank stock uf Itioliuioud, Ky ufil nt ing to the desperate 'lit thev liavo came up very auildenly, broke the ice 'east as much as mo give. Hut mod- - bad with tlio worst foe of our uiitiounl 81111 to 8160 0.'). caI f n nttln inn iitiil t f rtti'iul mII " Lk.I " CUHllK I :.. fOJilier?, i"iio. CI. I..... 'Auta slirililf imt fritrtt I h. mil! h I V it .lnv.1 (tjlinisninii " m a!ail.n I !.. jiauuiiv-;'! PTI U tlO linnl-A- "'b tt tint i 111 la "IT'""11 i.ii. l.rtj VIK nrnatibl n Tlu ir disbnud " J I. aiml rnt. irai!n Himn ii.f S A.) that K (J.000 people die .1.1.11 WHlcr!(. , ,mU dWalni to ncnt llirK. ally ... the Uniiwl States from pre --To fac.litate the withdrawal of , willg True benevolence An outfTowIdruiTlnteretl a ventablethaeases and avoidable acci mutilated cin fro,,, circulation, Su Wks the benefit of I iu object; true bop and bad a )crititetideiit8 of Mints are authorized ftftinn finds its highest happiness iniinplo prwcriptiou put up. Tho charge ,,l'"t"lt Counting evcrything.Otiitoau has to purchaso United States silver coinovinu; trie excellence U most con wn. 81 ftO. He remarked that it was ooit tho Government $260,000, and of standard fineuesi in sums of 83 and !:,'r"w, n'Klut ,,,n valuo of its work, ratht-- tlear, because, a he wa a drug- bonvtlle is asking for contribution! toupwards, without mcllinir and assavs 1 nee miiKo tno lewest claims, yet it gist Iiiunelt, lie knew tlio pnea ot the is totheii, tlint gratitude, love and np ingredients. "That altera the case," prevent tho band of Juitios fronijpaviiig at tho rate of 81 per ounce for preciatioi. flow in spontaneous and'was the rcsnine: "seventeen cents. rpttrliintv him. 'il.n oitkiiiiiiiit .:!.,I kAjlll.lllll abundant ctreanu. ,i!e.te." ti.iv .in...lr.l nt , ( -"' 1 -suf-lo"o W(-r- o -- f, Samuel P. Craig. a meeting-- of the Physician of Htsn. on Monday, Jan, 311., the following utions wtre unanimously adopted: tunW, That we are deeply pained at death of our fellow, l)r. Samuel I'. Dr. TAK nniiDi c cmoc UUUUUL O I Court FOB MA17E. 5 3 while we deplore the Iom Physician of Ills knowledge anil skill fnnbllo calamity, we :ewlepainfully that of a cnt hit deceass .,fartel and walllahla and an honored centleman, nsellor, trsotM, That we sympathise with his laved relative; thai we tender to them to all who hare been Intimately re to or associated with him, onr pro Jded tymathlra. TKYTOX, J. O. CAIlf f.NTKn, O. W. !F. Bteelk Uaii.ky, I.r.cI'MIurr letolttii. That Ullkl fnrulaln atsnforil An nail Conalr ff- ronm jaf ki a snr and lnt lrrlr, and drarendnl fro I ha Uit stock lnlhMtal. C. II. ROCHMTKR, Jannarr II, 1MJ, Will hs dsr a roml ST.ASAPHHOTEL MhIh Ml., NfRHrortl, 'aIIa 1 kind-hea- rt Ky. Regulate first llie stom-- , the liter; especially the first, sa to perform their functions I you will remove at least nineteen intleths of all the Ills that mankind Is r to, In thii or any other elimale. Hop tra I) the only thing that will give per tly healthy natural action to thtse two an. Maine Farmer. !'wo Oboans SEW ADTKRTISEXKXTfi. t. n 30 o Cm JOHN DINWIDDIE.PRO'R. OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 BOARD, 92.00 PER DAY. Special AccomsodatloB to Commercial Traveie-ra. Baggage Trasiferred Free of Charge I have recently takon charge of this home and intend to have first-cl- a accommodations. Stanford Female College. STAAFOKD, KY. lAnrllntb. AND.-I- .Iir.I Crow, StsnforJ. J0 Thnrmirhliful. far ul. Ont Tttr olj Hoe color ami parelr bred. It. Acrra WITH A PULL O0BPS Or TEA0HEES thla InaUtoUon will open W' -- ' ' '"' ...... .,, of ImproTed Lml, forul on lltnalnc roit, uncoin uoumr. atpit IV. P. Walton, Stanford. KENTUCKY aonra JfflMOT.r Roll. 8. LrtU'a alor. 0 m 7 to S a. M.; 11 to 1 r. u ; 7 to tr.u.l t HonSsturdar.whtn tie will (0 to Crab OrtW 1 till lurthtr nolle. (It 'ANrOItD, ITS TWELFTH 8K88ION, 2ND MONDAY IN SF.ITEMHER, NKXT. " DH. J, Q. OAHi'ENTEH, :, O tn ALL THE BRANCHK8 OK A THOROUOH EN0LI8H COURSE ;0SE COTTAGE P0R SALE Mr LuiIdms I (Lis Wt, I offer (or ul or rsnt r residence In llie luliurlx or 8tanford,onBon Mt strwt nw krlrk Iioum of Are rooms, porch-- I psotrT, rtllar, clittrn, and all nemsarr out jlldinfi. The ImproTtnirntt art all ntw and Call at the prcmlws, or auilroaa frenleot. W. II. AXnV.RHOX, llsrptr Ctlr, Kai sss. ars taught, sa well aa MUBIO. THE LANQUAOB6. DltAW INO AND FAINTINO. ''K" 1 ,,,,, .,,, TEltMH MOIIKItAT.K 130; Freparatojy, 140, and Collegiate, ISO. In Tuition, price nog from IIS to 150 In th regular Department, rrimary, 123; Intermedials For full particulars, aa to Board, r'i"r ,,",",' 1 HO GINS HOUSE! 8TArean Etkkxt, dc. addr- - HKS. H. O. TRVEUKART. Prliaelnl, Staahrd. Lincoln Co.. Ky. IANCA8TER. OIIK T. HIOGINS, I KENTUCKY. rKOPBIETOR. v 1 KEY YOUR INSTRUMENTS -- FROM TH n A FIRST - CLASS HOTEL rry particular, Th patronsae ol the pa tile tt2-t-f 4 llctttd, and satisfaction (uarintetd. l. """.;" ilfn-a- -- 1 ... ... ' 1 a FOR RENT. A. af-Io- n cNirallcICcsi1ciicc r u.i.:ni tnd hall; stable, carrlaev home and gardtn. Tbera no more desirable nor better located propertr In !itanford fora business man. l'CKteloo glren Jan-ar- e lit, 1MI. Apply In J. K. Craig, Hlinford, or W. Cralf, rare J. A la Hessongood A Co., O. iddreaa Nor. IS, ISSI-l- f W. CKAIO. the same, that adjoins the property of W. P. side Main al mi. Thlj building la inrlr ntv and very dnlrable contains 7 rooms o o GREAT MUSICAL EMPORIUM D. P. til LOUISVILLE, FAULDS, FOURTH AVENUE, - KENTUCKY mann.Wheelock andUrofeateln I'lanos and Mason-- A Hamlin and 8mlth AruerlcanOrgana.We warrant erery thing to he Jast as represented. One thousand Hanoi aold alnce Uepuoiber I, which glree us a reputation oter any armininauutiruoiaica. Wa are the great leading firm of the South. W..I..I1. f.I.Ll.. v..l iiauHiinvui,iiii, KH.m. xw.cr, nu.ta- - at . la saio, wuitiumaru.jir. M.u. name to llie finale In a few chum,-Hatto- case la STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, DEPOT 8T..8TANFOBD, w. e. Mclaughlin, Aokst, rm to begin (f, urupir vajui WISE, The sale of the ersonal effects of Jaa. lor in t.1" Imiln of .w'liicli lie has MSBBBBBBBBapjaJBV-- 4 Wllraot,- the tOarrard county suicide and then lie wonld transfer the case to Boyle DKALCalM didn't held with honor to himself and to the sat phy'a alleged annj murderer,took place yesterday. Our Infor- county, and try it any how. The Sheriff Monuments, seem to rally lo his aupKrt worth a rent, tsfactioA 7 thoM interested. He leaves lleada tones, mant who left after two or three honrs.sajs haa been ordered to summon 100 men Tableta, Ac. el.'lhe matter might have ended other-win- alx children to mourn Ida Ion, two of that household furniture sold very high, from adjoining counties, and remote points Mitble Work . whom are far awaV in Tex, who will in many of all kinds caiea more than the same articles of this county, ao we may expect the trial neatly etecu-te- d YrafcnuAV was ground hog day. It perhaps learn of f heir misfortune for the and salla- were worth new. I'ork fold at 12) cents, to begin at the time specified. Circuit tiisKsisVAV t oHsHM fhctlon guar waa clear and the varuiin. seeing his first time through this paper. 'Squire and Horrfhom at W cena per gallon. There Court la still shoring things. Few cases anteed. De shadow drew hlinselfback Into his hole to Cash was for many yeara a leading member was a large xSBLijlsWTwiValaK-Csigns and eatl of Interest on the docket, however. A number of lock to be sold. TaslfcsMa niatesfurnlsbi remain fur six more weeks of bad weather. of McCormack Christian Church, and his ii ed on applica George B. Higgins sold his farm of novel suit came up last week, In which .) !wse who. bcllere In the influence for good was alwaya fully exerttion, a iy This Mr. Ihdlow aued Ben. F. Hudson for des418 acres North of Danville, Including ground hog say, but we aro of the opinion ed. A good wan has been taken, and, after two horses, farming implements, Ac, to ecrating a family burying ground, on land waather prpphet, ia de life's filial fever, may be sleep well. that the W. B. Cecil, for $25,000 D. Ingrsm, al which Hudson purchased from her, by CkAio. "Dr. Crafg Is dead." This OP THE so sold hla farm nf 140 acrra, four miles erecting a pig pen, aah hopper, Ac, In, or announcement was made from Danville, The Kcw Combination of Bruce, War nn the Harrodsburg pike, nearer the ground than Mrs. B. thought he although to in Lincoln Co. went Into efleel Wednesday, about 10.30 Monday night, and Col.Jno should. The case elicited soma splendid J. E. Lee, at $100 per acre iteady-tnad- e Clothing, Boots, Shoei, dents it was not unexpected, his friends, who Cowan has sold hla Swiss Cottage resb arguments from the opposing counsel, were a - dence and grounds, to Mrs Anna Arm Hon. W.O. Bradler, tor plaintiff, and Lincoln Circuit Court. National Iiaak of StanFufnlfthlng' Clooda,On)ceries" Hardware, were hoping almost against ford. Ac, va Isaac Shelby, Jr.,Ac. In Diultjr. and In lact moat any thing you can call lulled. They could not realize that the strong, for $0,350.... J. M. McKenan sold Hon. M.J. Durham and George Denny, Pursuant to a judgmeul rendered In thla cause, at the October term, 1831, ol the Lincoln Circuit, My statement that the counfor, can ha hid fiom ona firm and in one noble hearted fellow, who waa so full of 21 head of mule to J. W. Bur- defendant th underslgoed Comwlnlooer will. sel in defense of Austin was appointed by house, and at prices that will alwaya I life and.happlneaj iust two dajra before, gess, of Lexington, for $125 per head t)B erj lojTf eat. (So to the great doable Md been so suuiiemy cut uown josoon Wakefield A Karris, sold to same 18 head the Court, seems to have been a mistake. I ON SIOXWAY, FJSK. O, 18S2, encircled In the arms of death. But it same age, at $120...Tewmey A Farris sold am rerjue'teif by Austin's father to state County Court day, between the hours of 11 a. m. store when in need of any thing. door In Stanand S r. H., before the vras,a1af too true. The cruel hand that 103 head of mule to close their partnerthat he employed the attorney in the ford, Ky., tell to the highest and beat bidder, fiuiTLCMENT. Owing lo the fact that "Arcadia," the I'aria of Col. Isaac bhelby, Jr., crushed out hi life had been unerring in ship at $123 per head, cash, toWaktfield A case. conilstlng of qur outside ia filled with matter of interrat Its preclusion, and after 48 hoiira of fullerPULASKI C0VNTX. firm sold them to other only to the cltlaena ol Stanfonl, we send ing, the reaUe-i- a apirit had flown. Dr. Farria. This last About Five Hundred Aorei follows : One pair to 1'. T. Genwith this Imiio a supplement containing Samuel V. Cralg wai in hi 35th year, and parties as Station. Eubank' Or fertile aid splendidly InprOTfd land, situate $320; to Baldwin, of Maysvllle, 63 UA fresh new items, Legislative prvcttrdlnus, for one of his age, had attained a promi- try, at A chromo and a card of thanks is due In Lincoln county, near the Junction ol tho finest Burgees, of fcxlngton N. andC 8. lUllwaya. This ia ona of the and miscellaneous matter. It has been nence in hi profesaion that was truly won- head at$135 each;to to North Carolina trader the Jury in the Gulleau farce. farms In Ceulral Kentucky. The sal Is made to a 25 head at $125; National Hank fa satisfy a Judgment pretty severe on our printers to get out derful. He commenced the study of medNew Waynesburg need Crab Orch- ortjtanford, which, In Tor of the principal, Intereatand coats, each. The prices obtainof and the ca- icine un Jer his father, who waa one of the 18 head at $120 this edition, but their cipu-itard's former efficient marshal. The little will aggregsU on day6 or safe the sumha, tH.M.'tl. eaual In-ed for this stock is no criterion nf the real Titus. Credit of and It loon I pacity of the oDice seems almost unlimited most eminent physicians of h!a day, and of a shameful drunkjn all men is. Uond required wltli approred securibecause, aa ville was the scene value of yesrling generally, ty, bearing 10 per cent, from day of sale, payable pupil of the late stated above, the State has never produced braWI Siturdiy evening. A good deal of to CouimlMioner, and ballon effect of Judgments. Af.K Burnett cornea to us this lime with at hi death became W. H. WELCH, A lltn also retained, Jackton, of Danville, Danvlllo Advo- blasphemy and but little blood shed was Master Com'r L.C.C a bunch to equal thru.. a regnlar Comedy Company of 8 persons. Dr. John Jsnutry IS, 181. 'the result. graduating with distinction at cate. among whom Ia Mia Dannie Wallack, The protracted meeting at Double fKOKKS.SIU.tlL. lady of rare beauty and great musical one of the New York Medical College. LINCOLN C0VNTT, Springs i progressing finely. Rev. W. T. falls to captivate her He returned to this, the place of his birth, ability. She never Tyreo with Hevs. J. S. Kejnolds, Nathan ' ALEX. ANDERSON. Engltman's Hill. audience with her aweet aonga, and ll is about )808, and has alnee commanded a AT LAW, Hanging Fork haa been on a high ever Singleton and Wm. Taylor are the preachsaid the boys just go wild over her, Ol practice which might have been very luDANVILLE, KY., ing brethren, Uro. Tyrre taking the lead. In some of crative, but lor hla liberal dealing with since Christmas. course, Alf will appear also Will practice In the Courts of llojleao J adjoining The merry sleigh bells began to jingle Souls are already crying: "What shall I counties and In tbo Court of Appeals. bis old apeciallittt. Admlrslc.i 60 cent, his patrons, and a repugnance toward pres do to be saved," and some have already JAMES O. OIVENB. children 25 ecu la, reserved aeata 75 cents sing any onn for money. In disposition he on Tuesday, and the music has become confessed the Savior. 1'uaise tub Loud, wn frank, open hearttd and generouV, and aomewhat monutunou. WedAT XiAAV. itl MeKoberta A Stage's. Remember Mr, Editor, console thyself, and be A little child of Alex. Vrather, of as true to hi friend as the needle to the 311 Sth St., LOUISVILLi:, KY. nesday night, Feb. 8th. Collectiona promptin the fire last Saturday and burned lieve in thine heart that the U. S. Mail pole. The poor foUnd in him a faithPractices In all tho Courts. " Hooi'U. The peoplj of the tow 0 voted ful aupport. IT never seemed fo care Its face into a solid blister. It haa been agent on the L. & N. It. It. have fully ly made. WALLACK E.VAJWOH. Wednesday on the. question of aubscrlblng whether the; were able to pay for hi er Insensible ever since and la not expected discharged every duty encumbent upon T, W.YARNON. them, but if thou hast a "cuaa word" to $1,000 to. secure the L. A K. Machine -- ice or not, and the lova this class had to live. T. W. W. E. VABNON, 1 HhopsktUUcliinonillriiQctloa, iad!tlu) re- fur him wasahown by many a tearful eye ATTOUNKYM AT LAW. Miss Lydia Lewta school clmed laat apare, direct it we beseech thee to thoae ltY. HTANKOHD, sult waa a majority of 07 for the subscrip- as they cania from far and near to look at Friday, and she will take charge of a bunglers handling mail on the C. S. K. It. Office. In Owsley A Son'a Dw bulldlng-- up stalra. Under the present management it takes tion. The total vole wts but 76, lint that tho lifelrss body aa it lay in the parlor of school at McKinney Station. She haa been 11. O. KAUVFMAN. Is nearly double that oMbelax.t election for hi hotel. They will ml him. We shall a faithful teacher and her ' patrons here onfy kx ifayt to get a letter from Waynes ATTOIINEV AT L.AAV, burg to this place, a distance of four miles town Trustee, when but 40 voted, and two all nil him. The writer of this, es.icctal LANCASTER. KY. don't like to give her up. Occasionally Msater Coiamlutoner aud County Attorney. Will more than voted In tho sinie election the It, will miss him, for more than half his Tim Kngletum' imported dog made directly on the mail line. prectlceln all tba Courts of arrant and adjolulug year before. A bill empowering thu Tiua- - unoccupied hours waa spent In this office, another raid nu hla herd nf fine sheep and your reader at Waynesburg receive their counties aud In the Court of Appeals. teea of th town to iMue'bo'iTda for" the and the occasional assistance he gave us In killed two more nf them. Tim has at laat Tueiulsy's Inteuiou Jouknal on Friday THOMA8 P. HILL, JR.. amount will now be presented to tho Leg' local, a i) J other itema that lie would write come to the conclusion that sheep are of or Saturday, and other mail equally as AT LAW, speedily, Can nothing be done to rem oTANrOUU, KY. Mature. Up, seemed to afford him the greatest pleas more value than dog,and pissed the death edy this carelessness? Will practic to the Curls U this and adjoining Oaloa In WAS JT MiJHDKU T After the death of urtj. He leaveaaaUteranda brother to mourn sentence on him. In the Court of Appeal. The trial of M. T. Morgan for break- - counties1and new building up stalls. Owsley tkiu's Billy Baughuitn ays that he had a Dr. Craig, the warrant against (leorge D. his early demise, Mr. II. W. Llllard and Jaa. time with the Missouri girls, Ing into Hunly Singleton's house, aud at yaaaa wol-os- d. ausTkaaoa Vkyton. Pope was 'changed to murder, and he waa T. Craig, and to them the elncere sympa murderliim aud his WOLFOBD A l'EYTON. 111 thy of tha community goes tenderly out. but came back heart whole aud fancy free. tempting tu about or of a guard, ami :placd, slater, Misi Clara, was postponed until ATTOHNEYH KY. examining trial Ml for yesterday, at 2 v. lie loved them no fondly, and waa so so Our friend, J. II., is now a full Hedged docLIBERTY, ffo tor, and has worked himself into a paying Saturday next on account of the failure coiuponed of Justices licitous for their health aud welfare, it 'The-CouOffic wis Special attention glsen to collections. attend here on the U. T. llerco'a turn. and the wonder they give him up as if yielding up practice. Miss Susie Yeager spent seversl of Attorney Miller lo W, It. Caraon and M. C. Portman, week with the family of Mr. S. 28th Inst. Mr. Morgan is usually a quiet, LEE V, HUFFMAN. prisoner was represented by W. O. Brad- their very heart's blood. A noble young days last Industrious citizen, but the day previous Lancaster. The County At man has fallen In the prime of life, and 11. Yesger. ley, Kj., of kitchBTANrOlll), KY. John Buford, a geulletuan of color, tu his outbresk he visited thedutll's tor stated (list he wished additional Iii his awful fate should be a warning to us slda iiuali-tie- s has Invented a musical Instrument which en at this place, sud Imbibed pretty freely OfflcaHoutn Hotel. Ualn fitrnot, two doors shore the Mjera to prepare the testimony, aud th case waa all. Let us Imitate his tuauy good home Purs Nitrous Oxlda Oas adulalatartd when re aud strive to steer clear of the rock he calls the devil's triangle, and which gets of hi eye water, aud on hi return accordingly continued till Saturday ,at 9 A. quired. degredalion hla life boat was stranded. A away with anything we have teen. It Is hi work of sin, shame and m. There are ruoiora atloat of evidence on which wire was fully exhibited. No doubt but the very damaglug to the accused; that' the large crowd was present to pay the laat in the shape of ao Indian bow, with a angels of hell rejoice to see this work of killing could have been easily avoFde'J.Aa., tribute of reapect to' the dead, and altho' string. He puts one md ot the bow, or destruction to soul and body uova on so ! WILL UK IN BTANruUK In which the funeral triangle as he calls It, in hla mouth ami Monday, sud In Lamas i the Christian Church all ol which, u true, win oe uroiigm continuously, while Christians everywhere of each month, from (rat ttr two weekaof each month. Iroui third Monday, exatuinling trial, The moat rigid sermon was preached, la very large, a great hiltoujha string with a. goose quill, and at the OBlce In Bt. Asaph llotcl.ow Haltingly A bun's over those fallen victima of mourn atore. leesaign.j ess win ue many were unable to obtain wits, but stood ca play a'iy Tune. It' sounds something Inveatigatlun si tU-K.C. MtJUUAN, P.P.U. while Klder Joseph lUUou delivered a like a Jew's harp, but much louder. had. da. inuur Mur- - Ntjijnnt ana'unurmiief t n,.H.i ISC Judge Owsley in- llie "defense if it was not ready KY., -, G- - ML& NEW FIRM! ford, where bo will bo glal to recelra orders, promising toglTathem bl closest atuollon.lj-- l nresent at -- ;feiLa4 lf l!isk Finest Farm INTERNATIONAL COTTON EXPOSITION. ATLANTA, GEORGIA. -- Tho Davis Sewing Maohino lay-hat- -- again ahead, PUBLIC SALE Autl Carries off the Highest Ntiniber of Awards, heart-rendin- g .90 4i ho, t- And la acknowledged superior to all other Ma chines. The Judges say In their report -- That Us peculiar leed motion enable It to saw rarloua klnda of faWlo that can not be. well sewed on an under feed." And the award machine ha-lto the Dails la th only on In which the superiority of one machine oier another Ii In any way recinniaed or expressed by the Jury In any of their reporta. Court-Hou- Q O O The uniformity of length of stl:h on all kinds oflabrlca was couceded by th jury aa worthy of threw reporta fully peclal mention, and the demonstrate that the Oaela Vertical Feed Sewing best, and with It can be produced Uaihlnels the the greatest variety and moat perfect work, with the greatest esaeofauy machlnsln tha world, asro st or awaaDa roax 121. International Cotton Exposition, Atlanta, tla., Cecil, 1S8I. Award to the Darts Sewing; Machine Company. Daila Sewing Machine Company la worthy of mention lor Its peculiar Ltd motion, which girts It special Talus tot sewing rarious klnda of fabric that cannot be ao well sewed on machine baring th anderfued. Signed Jan sa B. Atwood, (IeosokU. lUaaia, (ltd sua II. Dlkloch, Committee. Approved: II. I. Kimball, Director General, ao. IIS9. oaovr so. Product, Paris Sewing Machine work. Kama aud address of exhibitor, Darts Sawing Machine Company, Walertown, Maw York: Th underslgoed hadug examined th. products herein de- Hrlbed,jr pecllully recommend th aame to th EtecuttTe Commutes of th International Cotton Klo Itlon lor award foe the, following reaaona, Entry H8S-- Tb uaoi'r 7. si J. ATrOllNBY B CQ 521 - Tla.? 1 ATTOnNEV g lo.ths-Jiand- a at law, r) Specimen of workmanship on general and Bn - Embroidery with chenille and silk very artlatic in design, and well executed through aa attaebmeut to the machine. Special attention la called ti uolfomlly In length of stitch on all fabrics, regardless ol thickness o( material, A In dlaplay mad ol specimens of quilting on silk, drrsaes, cutblooa, capes, diagonal and straight shirring on silk with pufflog ' same. Special alUolloo 1 called to MlaaKclll A. Hardy, Clerclan t, O , for proficiency In embroidery work on tha Dart Machine, (1 coaas I. Tu u.s, Committee. Approved: II, I, Kiuball, Director Ueneral. m-samo. U89. uaovr so. M-c- ciu Product, specimens of sawing machine work. Nam and sddreaa of exhibitor, Davla Sewing Machine Couipauy, Walertowu, ti, V. Tha under- signed having eiauilucd th product herein described, rixtfully recommend th aame to th xecutlv committee ot th International Cotton Exposition ti.-- award, lor th following feaaooa, work- vla- :- rt er HUBOEON OENTIHT, Unlformlly of stitching on all work ahown. Ureal variety of work. Arttitlo last and skill In Its couit ruction. embroidery Special attention Is called to th work don by Mlu Nelll A. Hardy on th Davla I; TilOMie, Oao. machine with attachment W.II.UaosawooD, GEO, H. BltUCE, U.i.Uaoss,! - ' Approved i 11. 1. Kimball, Director .Ueneral. ivmmltte. SWiCJ ll NOTICE lu A. A. WARREN, T. W. MlIilER. Foa Salm Ur KALE & NUMMXLLX7, AgMU, "ftO. Srasrosi), Ky., Dkilsu HARBWAM, STANTOBD, Friday W, P, WALTON, -- 3C3T. 3, 1882 EDITOR Morale, February trr- WITH SUPPLEMENT. Libert. Iter. J. II. McPberson has moved to Boyle county, and left some of his creditSomerset wants street railroads. ors lo mourn. Whew I Clurles Kenett has two of the finest hogsheads of tobacco that wag ever raised LEGISLATIVE. in this county. i.Am'Ike broke out in the old World Misses Sarah Coffey and Dollie CabJudge IInroril ottered a bill for the office in New York on Tuesday.which bie are at present visiting friends stilus- benefit of Jack Adami, Jr., of Rockcaitle, spread till, nearly the entire block was The House has paued a bill appropri tonville and McKinney. Six or eight persons lost ating $5,000 lo the purposes of tbe Board Adison Taylor and Logan Keclor their lives and the amount of property of Health, and requeuing the Governor to have cribbed about 300 barrels of corn consumed is estimated at 81,000,000. conIJf r the claims of the aeveral achoola more than It will take to feed their stock through the winter. The office of the Scientific American, of medicine in making up the hoard. The House paiued a bill proriding The mill that stands down on the New York Obtervtr, Turf, Field and lhat Special Judges (hall not be allowed bank of the River haa been refurnished Farm, Scotch American Journal, Pent- any pir si all, unlea ther nerve one full and refitted, and converted into a candy tingill's Advertising Agency, &c.,were day, and then only $7 per day, without shop, and waa the liveliest part of the town last week. entiKy,coosurnVwhile the Evening reference to the number of caaee tried. A bill to amend the present law gov Marriage licenses were issued on the MailJuling, thoJTimes building, the World Sndinany others were badly erning the collection of taxes u to allow 27th of January, for the marriage of Xi Sherifl ten per cent, on the first $85,000, J. Lynn to Ella Smith. On the 2Sth, Geo. ' , damaged. and fire per cent. on all over $5,000, after A. Ooode to Laura A. Montgomery. On At Clayton, III., Thomas G. Black, tome debate ind attempts to amend, wm the 30th, J. K. Cutleral to Elisabeth Smith. Parties all of this county. a prominent citizen and one of the 306 passed without amendment or division. Representative Sannders proposes to Prof. John Phillip' school on the who stood by Grant in the last Naget at the bottom of the to llolling Fork, closed laaf week with a tional Republican Convention, was as- that end lias Introduced matter, and dithree nights exhibition, which ia aaid to a resolution sassinated by two unknowu men. recting the Secretary of the State lo report have been a grand success. Profe'sor P. Perhaps the" half breeds are at the at once the number of fine and forfeitures will move at once to Mtddleburg, and lakei head of this, and are going to have for penal offense, and net amount, going charge of tbe Female College at that place the last man ( the number killed. to the State of Kentucky, that has been Prof. G. It. Waters has accepted a situation remitted by the Governor from the 10th aa traveling salesman fir some house in Look out, Mr. Bradley I day of October, 18S0, to the 10th day of Louisville, and will go lo work In few Maj. 3.M. Wmjht, of Louisville, October, 1831. days. Green Evans, who lives in the SouthThe Committee on Ways and Means has. been ciioeea Secretary of the Democratic State Central Committee, the reported a bill raising the lax on taverns ern part of Ibis county, went down In where license to sell spirituous liquors ia Russell county, to mill a few days ago, place held for so many years by Dick granled, from $50 to $100; also raises the and while he ws gone -- lept with a Tate. Maj. Wright was on Gen. taxes on merchants' license to sell spirits stranger, who was complaining; since that iiueil s siau uuriug ine war and serv- from $23 to $50, and imposes a tax of $50 time he has rrceived a letter from the man ed with distinction. He is a popular on druggists. It also provides that fifty telling him lhat be had smallpox. And it and influential man, and a capital one percent, of all amounts realized shall go was reported here last Monday evening, by to the com mnn Mhool fund and the bal- iodju one from Mr. Evans' neighborhood, forthe place. ance goe to the revenue proper. The bill that he was In bed. sick, and the family Tun Elizabethtown News seems to was ordered printed, and made a special Physician had pronounced it a genuine be siding towards tho Inde- order for Thiinulsy, February 0. Case of smallpox. Ellas Itaker, one of our oldest citizens pendent movement. Can it be that M0TES 0F CURRENT EVENTS. started with his family, last Monday, to the editor is shifting his sails to float with the party in power at Washing- ' Tbe horse of Kentucky are valued at Fort Smith, Arkansas, where be will make bis future home. Noah Wison, John ton, and get his old clerkship which $21 ,145,708 and I he mules $5,383,081. ltoe Wilkinson and It. W. Henson A QeortU paper proposes Jim Blaine Fair, was taken from him when the demoplace oim day next and Jo. Brown aa the Presidential team in will start to the same crats lost their ascendency ? Perish 1834. week. Henson will leave Ida wife and children here, but lakes a yerj fine stallion the thought Louis H. Howell, a newspaper correspondent of I'srls, Ky., died suddenly Wed with him. Mr. A Lipe, lias been appointOuk old friend, F. H. Thwrraaa, ed Assistant Passenger Agent for tbe Cinhas launched his barque again, this nesday night 1. .1 .! 1I..1 t I.I.. I cinnati Southern It. It., and has arranged .!! ime at Wlckliffe, Ua I lard Co., where Qre,t gouth.rn IUllw.y has .u.t.Ined for all of the above named parties to (ravu uopo m wm nave uoming out iair $138,000 damage by the recenl floods. el over that road. m Fibk amo Accidehtb. Mr. John W. Snow Is eighteen inches on a level in saiuog. mi irtoune is pnntei enino tirely at home, and is an improve- Boston, and travel on the railroads is Moore's residence, about greatly luipedeu. Oeven schooners are milts above town, on the Hustonville pike ment on the editor's former efforts. burned down last Monday morning. It aground in the harbor, John Siikrman's three percent, The testimony for the defense of Craft caught from a defective flue In Iba dining bill is practically dead, and the great in the Ashland murder trial Is now closed room, about 0 o'clock, and In two Lours financier is inconsolable Two years aud rebuttal evidence ia bting heard. The was burned to Ihe ground The nelghber gathered in after the alarm was given and ago Shcrmau mado his man Hayes arguments begin The Commissioner of Internal Itevenue succeeded in aaving all of Ihe furniture othveto a better bill than his, for no resirU lhat the quantity of spirits in dis- and clothing, except some lhat was up in er reason that wo can find than that tillery warehouses tho second story. The meat house was on January 1st was it was of democratic origin, taxable gallons, which is about burned, but its contents, a Hue lot of fresh pork, was saved. Loss estimated at $800. " ' Thk Rhodo Island Legislature met forty millions in excess of last years. The VauceburK Cvurier, In speaking No insurance. Mr. Moons will move into Moaday, a ad as the members only get ol three companies of soldiers being sent a comfortable house on Mr. J. tr, liirger' 81 per day, it may be taken for grant- to nuard the .Vshlsnd (lend. "If Governor farm lhat was vacated Just the day before ed that they will get through their Hlsikbum Is In favor of economy, he can the fire, which is close to Mr. Moore's work within the Constitutional time. save thousands of dollar by discharging farm. During the fire George Moore was ' two companies, If no. three. II was the hit by a falling plank and knocked live or THKipublic debt continues to de act of an ih to tend them In the first In- six feet into a cellar, lie had two uf his crease, going dowu about ten millions. stance: it will be the act of a knave to con- - ribs broken, and waa bruised considerably last month. on Ihe back and shoulders. Joshua Stone linue theui there." Somr tfenty soro heads and at tho call of Col. Mo Henry at thq Fifth Aycnuo Hotel In LoufsWllo brl Wednesday, and held a o little meeting, in which it was rjrn Col. R. T. Jacsb, ot OMhsm, for Clerk of tho Court of Appeal. Tho Chairman rend a letter from Oen. Wolfonl, in which tho gallant old feiloWf true topriiiciplc, says: "I-wa candidate for Clerk of tho Court of Appeals because I wanted tlieioffice. I west before tho Conven-tio- j because I had ceoMcitce In the democratic party. I was defeated, as a docctolhcr gool, democrats were. Capt. Henry was nominated and it ia right for jno to support him. If any one'.voUd.ngatattme. because I was a Union soldier, it was wrong. If a combination was formed between Henry, Poore and .Gaines, it was not quite right If there is a settled determination on tho part of any great number of Confederates not to vnto for,aBd'eJect'any Unfon man to office, it is wrong and ought to be corrected. I'wili 'niv'er cease" to''bd tbankful'to my- - friends, both Union and Confederate, fur their earnest and warm support ot me in the Convention." This wan pretty cold, comfort, ami settles tha matter so Jar as 'the General is coaocifyS. He is a democrat because bo believes in the principles of that party, and will not go of! with any faction looking to ita overthrow. There were several republicans in the alleged convention. fA PiWLADBLrjitAN is negotiating for"lhe possession of the body of Qui- jleau after he is hung, and proposes to build a cooling apparatus which will freeze and keep frozen the carcass for an indefinite spaco of time. Tlireo sides ot the apparatus will he of glass, so that the body can be readily seen, and laT thUT it will be exhibited all ovef'thw country and England, half of the proceeds of the exhibition to be paid to the assassin's relatives. Sco-vilhas given his consent, and if the plan is carried into eflect, we may have Guiteau with us always. Fear Ail, thought lyllo should be given to the worms as soon ns possible. deter-mtned'fle T. XlcVtll, a U, 8. UHW, wm I (a Ml county, Vedne!j, hf LJeTaMssriV th scconnt,rt"lxrfcllf JusiMs fr The Georgetown Time that newt of the pardon of Msck Ssljein high compliments, none are over- received thers wllli surprise and Imllj drawn or undeserved. We would like Hon, sml that the action of the Uorej to tee the highest office in the Slate wm very Reaer sll, and.M'crtl cnmlej filled again by a gentleman that wntdd ei imt it wm eren migriled br simi; the rsslitr one In hang- the Onrernor do honor and credit to it, and we efflgr. It won hi tettle the miller Im know of no man in tho State who ml ("top the business I17 hinging lite 0 would fill tho bill better than Judge ernor by hit own sweet neck. Owsley. He is popular wherever he fulaski ceymrr. is known, and in his district no man Somerset. can beat him for anything to which McKinnsy, one of the parties Indi he aspires. for robbing Vjng, over a year ago, John D. White, on being attack- brought lo this place and lodged in ed by a republihan paper at Mays-vill- last week, wrote to tho proprietor that he A heavy fall of snow ia the latest would "please take not umbrage. I city Introduced by the weather man am not rand. It is to the redeeming of ment. They worked Industriously a and spared neither pains tho 10th Cong. Ivy. Disk I am look- last night, expense to render it attractive. ing, and havo no timo to give to deadWalker Landram, of I.anenMir, Leats from Ohio." By tho way, how been in town several daya on Itevenue I did Johnnio D. stand on tho Danville Iness. Miss Maggie. Minor, a fsr e P. O. question. Wo sincerely hope beauty of Cincinnati, la visiting her si that he did not regard one dear friend Mrs. Graves. She Is exciting quite a I from Ohio." ter under several vests. Murphy as "a dead-bea- t A colored man whose name we Henry, Gaines & Co. will make unable to learn, was killed by a fall the man Jacob wish that a mill stone tree last week, lit was chopping the were about his neck, and that he was down and started to make his escape a began to fall, but running against, cast into the sea, before they get limb of a tree already on tho ground, through with him. He will probably delayed an instant loo long and mnshei get a few democrats who are un- death. Now indeed do we feel it our dull worthy of the name to vote for him, and ossibly the republican party; protest. We stood this skating busln but he stands about as much chance all right for a while. Il was nice enougli the young folks to anenible twice aw for election to the Clerkship or the aodaViteln time with the harmony of s Court of Appeals, as he does to be sound. We even bore with a degree the Czar of Russia. composure the establishment of a prl Some Solon, won by the bewitch- rink for the Masonic College. We he! ing brown eyes of our accomplished without uttering a syllable of reproj Iadiea4iad clur that four or five State Librarian, has introduced a bill ed a large room joungprivate dwelling in a to increase her salary from $1,000 to another rink. We listened without evi We admit that Mrs. Cook is cuss word to (he constant roll, roll 81,500. worth every cent of the money, but skates on every back porch on Ml. Vcrj does it not strike the average legisla- Avenue. We saw grave lawyers turn tor that to pay 81,500 to take care ot without dignity. We saw Mr. O. II. W die, with eyes ablaze, fists clenched, swi $500 worth ot books, is quite too much towards the floor a if pouncing on an porn for a shilling? fortunate juror. We saw our friend, Mr) A "Yoono Dkmockat" writing Cawrwr-Jeur-na- -- W. from Mt, Vernon to the l nominates Judge M. H, Owsley, of Lancaster, as a candidate for Governor, and whilo ho pays him many tatt Instantl killed i)cln - I e, Ose a it L. Baldwin, the defaulting Newark cashier, has been sentenced to fifteen years' confinement in the Penitentiary. Considering that he stole 82,500,000, this is a very light sentence; only one year for every 8160,GGG,CC;i of the amount stolen. The Virgiuia Legislature has passed a law abolishing the payment of capitation tax as a prerequisite to voting. Four democrats voted in favor of it. As it is a Constitutional question, it will go to tho people for ratification or rejection. B. Pettus, time after, gratify the curiol of the crowd by sitting gracefully on !" floor and raising his fret lo display his 1 pair of skate. We saw all this wlthoil murmur. But now that Mr John 8. M the child of many winters, from whi head kind time has li fled lis burden, wl he appears on skates, and his glisten! head shines like a star in the front rati then we kick, and say the country is il craze, and that our town trustees pas a perpetual injunction. CASET COUNTT. I y V "Dii not lenvomo Icin notswim.'' ukeu with tho family beforothu chlo live answer. in London, living under no assumed Washington Gazette. "A haro who can not swim hns no rofurm wns given, that "She did not nnme with tho housekeeper, whom he Patrick Simpson closoly resembled hnd nmrrifd, and ho wns promptly business to mako n journey," and he euro whether sho lived or died, and taken bark to Carlton to answer tin sailed nway nnd left tho hnro to be nut to annoy her any more." Mmo. a iiigitivo Kentucky murderer, and chnrgo of burning his own church "lo enten on tho half shell. Strnkosch did not daro tell Carlotta wns taken to that Stato from Ohio, spilo the pnrish." The villagers piled the real truth, and tho poor invalid under arrest. Ho was kept in jail moral. believed until sho was quite out nfjsovcral months beforo ho could con up their proofs Hgniost him. Ho hud An owl who had over heard tho from his perch in a persimmon lauger that nu old feud hud been vinco tho authorities that a mislnko been seen in the church with a chain paguo bottle believed lo bo panifliue. tree drew down his left eye softly and healed over, and that a favorito sister in identity had been mado. Having had scarcely left her bedside during lone this, ho found thnt only ono His levity during tho fire hnd shown mid : You don't know a man until you his malice. He h id in irri-- d his houseso terrible n trisl. rLondou Letter. itniro ef his peril was over. A dis- hnvo traveled with him. satisfied mob undertook to Ivnch him, keeper to prevent her from tearing !l .na8 tl'o revival .mecling. tile ,Un .niinltr nflipinta Ufirn- Inn mtvnmlv Guiteau in his address lo the A mer witness against him Nevertheless (In J "" WM..V ... I I J umiuuiiu "il0 protect him, nnd ho was c mpelled wns dismissed, nnd tho case, lean people says : "Under tho law I'"""'"-- ' charo and appealed to his hearers to nwtoc,capo hy a long, skulking journey which was lo have undo much noisf. can not Iks executed in any ovent tin- T IllflV . mdM i.h.hi.k. lllf, fl llnTflll fltllin jfrom damnation beforo it wns too late, aloot through tho wootls, sleeping out .. T.. ..111. 'til .IllllT. tltrtin.1 mil 'lM.fi.rn tlinn. nlsn. f linvn nn tMiiihlnn.'M,,nJ' Wcr0 n"cctcJ "Y l- - Ono mail of doors by day, walking by night, !,.,, :.!. ,l...t. I n..i in lliri ....:.. .1- .- ...... 'ihst. r.l.nllt.nt.mh.Cm.n limn- - wrilcular Rruaiinl anil rulleilhiii , nil tho timo suturing from lain- .M..b .h. l " ger. try or laugh when their churches were I had rather be hung, so far as phys ,?M " BB"nf ",e iio"' A wr,k,!r hi,n'. "Doou death is concerned, than die from burning. , .,1 Tho story is told of a clorgymnn, icei mo uwiuiocis 01 your situation i . a IIUIIIIUI IHIICPSUr lllLt-'- i Willi II rniiri.UM. nn tlllirflin- lliit, .tfnr lirianllllll ri w 3NAKH otoiiy A gentleman , " '"I do," io said. "Do you bug to Jsermon on the "Kecogn.t.on of friend. "M ' . from Glasgow, M,,, formerly of "r tho hunlen o. sin 7 " he was accoste. ' '"' by a Scott county, Ky., tells the following, J ""..hearer, who said : "I liked that ser- B,ve M "" thought on sn.kB atorv: II. ,v. ,l,.s "" '.. " lhat: hull nmnnxiims In have my"". : mon, and I now wish you would . i ... ,,, cu8111. ui-"W"-'- . .lo -- 1' llHrapter Hml v:n1lietn,l.'8C":,,ce- of preach another on tho recognition .Meeting, when the singing unu.. pie I atojonsper ,. , fc ag , 'people in this world. I havo been at- Mjr J,ew,s nN,1 A story i.'tending your church three years, and """i.'fl from neighboring dills 'came out in n,.cn,i,,"tl1; 'U ,n U' Cu,,rffiB,,on T?"1 thln?M. " a ."f " Cer""" ,h.C"nl f,Ve great numbers nml crawled towards I "10 l" 8reate8t ""," 'f this HgH, nnd logical seminary who wn so sensitive bave so much as bowed to mo in nil ,i i,,i thA nl.nr ..,! V. that my namo will go down to history as to any suspicion of plagiarism that (hat timo " ed tho entire congregation bef ire they as a patriot by the side of Washington ho never nllowed himself to make the were discovered. A shriek from a la "Aud how is your neighbor, Mrs slightest quotation without eiviuir his Grunt. ity on the outskirts ot the audience "An Arkansas' ma,', named gave the first intimation ot their ap' "h J "fproach, when iu a few moments the8'' ot his wife, a few days ago, . -o tw.neneu, 'n "" " y ,or lx weeS. ., 1 innum disagreed about a passage in the fright became general and great )' V! . .. tin, .. li n wrilni- - in ll.n l0 . .... srutiTiisFriinnm ininn tiis iiia Irnni - alwii fusion ensued, the ladies mounting "" n mv vou two wcro on the most Irimdly Afrinr has cnlletl the the benches and screaming in wild New Testament revisers that tho Ar- - M"""" ,.Wc wo used to bo nut confusion. The men turned out with kansas man was aot a member of their ' UCAIII we've cxchancel servants.' clubs and killed between fuur nnd five committee. All tha other members A Philosopher enys : "You rrquiro huudwd snakes of nil kinds and sizes, would have died with their boots on in marriage precisely tho same quali Taking a penny that docs not to ono, romoves tho barrier be Tho meeting ground has been aban ibefore nachiiig the Acts of the Apos- - ty lhat you would in eating sausage! oneil. Ics. Norriftown IleraM. alwolule confidence." tween integrity ami rascality. I A Lenlf Squad, A Ortat Swgtr'e Mianntti. Hart And The Fhh, Car It is customary when a mnn is Tho lot of nn English vicar is not Tho Haro nnd tho Fish, having bor- - Between Patti and her shtcr usually nn tinhnnpy ono. Ho hns tho rowed Tobncco of each other for sev- - lotta, as the world knows, thero Is tin haiiijeil In tho District lor tho Warden friendship of tho squires, tho esteem crel months, and agreeing perfectly dying hatred. The last mentioned is of tlio jnll to employ somo ono to pull with tho of tho villager, nnd so lonir as ho will nn tmlitln. set nut to mnkn a iocr-- n crcnt artist and a woman of great tho strlnir which connect is really loved by mnny trapdoor of tho gsllows upon which preaches short sermons, gives annual neytogelher nnd sco tho sights of tho heart. Sho will, llm nianin Inn. W...M MilnrlninmiiKla Tl. l..l nnt u.n.n.v.t.vl III llfT mfwr. mill wIlOII n drCSllftll tllO COnilCllllKMl mnn StntlllS. 01010 tern to tho school children and plnys ninny miles when n Wolf was discov. operation was performed on her in times ns much ns 8100 is paid for thU tho wholo world work. Soon after tho verdict was ail cronuet with tolernhlo skill ho cctsered In nursulL Tho Haro at onco Paris, two yenrs lotlcra nod dispatches, noiinced Inst night four men drove out along well enough with all classes. Marled off nt tho top of his speed, but sent messages, anxious Inquiry, but from the lo tho jail in a carriage, ami upon no To this rulo tho Rev. Georgo 8nnecr, tho Fish called out : rector of Carlton, n Yorkshire villsgo, "Do not leave mo thus I can not sister whoo arms had prolfereil many ing admitted snid they desired to sco Tho men wcro seems to ho an unhappy exception, run 1" "A fish who cant run hns no n childish cmbrico there enmo not oi.e Warden Crocker housekeeper, vounc and. business to mnko n iniirnev." milled wonl tif lovo or aympnlhy. All the ushered Into tho privato office, and Ho had n ' :. : " comely, nnd paid her so much nttcn- - tho hnre, nnd nway ho flow to nvoM whilo thnt Cnrlottn Pntti wm in the ono of them told tho Warden thnt ho hospitnl with tho good sisters of St. desired to tender his services to pull tion thnt tho rustics wcro scandalized hncon. Tho fih hurried alter ns fnt nJUM.ph, Adclina was nt tho Hotel du tho string on Guitfnti. Ho was nnd showed their indignntion by pull thcmselvHs'iti,!,, during fourteen anxious formed It was too early to even talk ing up his plants nnd pelting his win posihln, nnd both dows. Ono morning just before dnwn on the b ink of n river, whilo Ihn days, while hoverinir between lilo andlabout such matters, but his npplicn- tho church wns found to ho on fire.l wo"" wn ycl ft fu'loiift nwiy. Tlie.ctli, nn own sister, sho never eonlition would bo filed and duly consid- nt "co rolled Into tho water and word to know how sho was, and said, ercd. Tho party then left tho jnll, Tho vicar, being told of It, wns re-,ported to hnvo laughed, and lieforoldartcd nwny, but tho hnro shouted af-- when asked to como and witness thetlio applicant seemingly lieing much long he disappeared Ho wns found ter him operation and join in tho Mcrnments disappointed at not receiving a od- - Scenes ef Clerical Life Th 1 no n,i "" "."""" !,. F id " a r-- . .u. ....,. ...,'e. .l,tB . "' J? ""V '"T ,,, ' " 'fr, ta, ... " ;,!,.., k,.i. ";'': T "'"', " ... $'0' 'ven 7 I"0 con-tMe- .....Uo "k - LaddWh'- - '- ,",c -. ...,.... u. -': - 72 "SftoT fjTJZ Z ''"K0,,, J(IH.A lo ill offi or Af Is a ranJIilite for wtior of Uuckrutle count', August election, ISM. fc i MT. VERNON, KY J. W. IIKOH'N, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Mt Vernon, Ky. rractlrea In all the Courts. Mlln street. Office South Dry Goods GroccrlcM, IIhIm, Caps, IloofK, Nil ocm and Kr- cry thing Umially Kept In t CIiinh More. it Flt-M- slJ. Tbej constantly buy and sell Opposite the Invito ISAAC A. NTEWAIIT, ATTORNEY jrtf, AT LAW, Mt. Vornon, Ky. Prsctlces In the CburU of Itockcsstlt slid ailjolnlng oouullea sod In Ihe Court or Ollice lu Cburt-IIou- Shingles, Posts and All SorU of They Lumbor at Fair Markot Bates. Batter, EcEi Teathera and nil kinds of Country Produce Wanted, at the t hie beat market Vrloe. iws-k- i w 51HH ECourt-House. - 1 ! J You to Call and Sets them Whether You Wish to IJuy Anything or Xot. AnI. iiitnniiKin xn .i:Tist:a:.T. 4(7-1- 7 J n Albright &Oo. A Merry Christmas J. II. BltODIIEAD, KY., Aud yjm&mjNt r&W 'dF-eib-f J MIT.S -LaLk .aH .afl aH aS ' Bk M lUrrr Nkw Ykii: TIiUNctr Mill, ronliilnliiK (lie laleHt HHd arreting- '- DKaLKISIX Old Santa Claus' Headquarters General Merchandise,Drugs,j,c, We have i large stock of rrailjr-rusJH'sj lta hlcb we wI1Im.11 o MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY For uiiMiiifHCturliiK low. WILLIAM M. WEBER'S stock a complete Una or Drugs and l.uliillniia J.a.AAitla' MtMhiiiin.lxl DRUG &B0OK STORE. MtVernon,Ky. mUlZ AtaaT -- toftata a'nd ,eu.l ClotMoff, atltlM la our Aledlclaea. aallk c..bl dV.ler. In A Immense slock of Holiday goodi, coniUtlnit of rhotocrsph Albums In (rest virltty. UIMfS lu floe binding, flirt Hooks, rwrterlts, Mutltal Iottru-inenl- a. Oulla. all slara and aorta. Toilet Self. Jj- Kxtractiil'oia- die' I'orluionleaanit roket-llook- a, adw. Oils, Ac A siileiul d line orjevelrr fur La dles and (ientlenieti, choice Candles, Firs Crack-er- a, Ac. crooks ntXffituS'&iAuffilh good Mason Vermifuge, Or&ani, Kiirnlture, Ac. Iroui ""'. A Hamlin Orisn toettt; a Weed Kewlng Msehlne fur 120. Organs and Machines at other prlcea, and llllirNllliy, 1 and nil oilier public days. Wo hoIIcII h lll.iral s,hHr ua iiiiiiiiuiiuiiiiu mil lukMU VlllirO NHIIklacllOII. Krllltl for it O vWill aaa a CIIHIOIIICrM, Tor HlO .... prCHfllt, TllCNlIni. Wed ' TIIIHy Itllll Nllllirdlty orOHCll Hrck, HHd Oil OH nieal at ml Hour, In now lu full operation. warrsnled to glee aatlafxIloD. llrlck at tliaklln SO to IS thousand. Any on wishing anything In our Ana will pirate call on ui or writ for further particulars. Ill, ua a trial and I that this Ia th place to bur ("oils, A7-i- a lr Flour, Meal, Corn, Bran, ShipstulT, &c., AIhiij n on linud ami for mile. IIIkIunI ciimIi price paid Ter (fern. Wheat, air. OrdcrMlcn u( .11111 promptly attended to. ' MATTINGLY, McALISTER & CO. DRUGS, MEDICINES, Fray&lf.Mbir w BrMssnn -- IDEIA.I1EES ITT- - i CHEMICALS, IIiin a Iilc lot of PERFUMERY AND FANCY TOILET ARTICLES, The Original and Only I mm Books & Stationery.Paints.Oils, Varnishes, Dye Stuffs WINDOW GLASS AND PUTTY, Ar am GENUINE 1 1 Pure Winoa and Liquors for Modical Furposos. Prescriptions accurately compounded. Wo havo also a largo and wo!l solootod stock of Watohos and Jowolry, which wo proposo to soil at loss than city prices. Watchos and Jowolry Ropairod and Warranted. CHILLED PLOW Wills Moping I.hihMiIc. FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING! jbst Main Street, ffir .atH .Hi INFRINGiNG -- 0K- IMITATIONS. B. K. WEAREN, - HKbUUKANP- - OCT THE UENUINE. -- TIIK- Mian lord, ICy. I have lionylit out my brother, It. If. Wc.ire.i, nnd will continue the Furniture nnd Undertaking business at the swims stand, In the St. Asaph Hotel building. I will keep a full stock ol' Furniture of every description aud sell at figures that cannot be beaten. My stock ol' Collins aud Gaskets will bo comprehensive. Shrouds and Itobcs always on hand. I also repair Furniture and do carpenter's Job work. B. K. WEAREN. Celebrated Oliver. Nono claim to havo a bettor plow; Their nly hIiii usuku hh oim. Huh all K1 nItHllMllMIIH. Hru el UlHt NUCll NiiU Im (0 Ollyvr'H iihhiu Ih h IIio uchiii, hh hhho uihurai Hre Kviiulne. c r r Samutl P. Graig. At a meeting of the Phytlclana of Stanford, on Monday, Jan. 31st., the following resolution were unanimously adopted. STA.3STB'ORU,"iK,V " Jltaolrwl, That we Are deeply pained at the death of our fellow, Dr. Samuel P. Friday Morning, February 3, 1882 Craig. J'esofrnf. That while we deplore the ics of a Phvtlclan of hi knewledce and skill LOCAL NOTICES. a a public calamity, we Haewlsepalnfully Huttentillt. lament hi decease aa lhl of a Soe Owens. In sold Ibe lot of fine catSwr. I.nnl l A. associate, A discreet and valuable patent Klotir A, Otrle'. tle advertised In thl piper a short lime counsellor, and an honored xentlemsn. YerT Iltnolerd, 1 hst We aympathlte with III 'Nr.vr anil full stock nf Clock at Penny ttnee. bereaved relatives; that we tender to them A MeAH.lerV. Messrs. Carpenter A Itlffe, of thl and to all who have been Intimately re Timothy And Clorer Heed for nla bf vicinity, have bought of Messrs. Hamil- lated to or associated with him, onr pro- Asher Owalejr. ton, of Ml, Sterling, four short horn hei- founded tympathle. always on Hamilton Htim. J. F PEYTOK, J. O. CAItt- - ENTER, 0. W. fer, tald lo lie pure "Young Mary," two handal A, 0 wale j's. Thai fln.li not tier as enJ." IlnoKAUdir, Rteei.k IIaii.ky, LekF.Hufp of which are yearling, the other Ciloicr, Frrsli and Fin Cuntllm, it J. T. Ha mil., at the Hlnnford Market MAN. s lor $2,000. McKolwrt A HtarB. RELIGIOUS. nf Iltef Hteak and House, Will welt the Two OrtflAnn Regulate first the stomHead-lig171 Koaat' fighting Jim Avritt entered a ttaunch Oil, tlur alfljceftlrperlb, ami all other He Dr. Hellowa, the eminent Unitar- dog against a thoroughbred wild cat, a few ach, second the liver; especially the first, tut,-froI'enny AMoAllater, thlnga In hla line, In pro portion. Krery ian minister, died In New York, Monday. dav alnce. The dog decided that the no aa to perform their funrttont perfectly Watch n, Clock and Jewelrr repaired thing warranted the very beat. MoAlt.ler. A temperance movement h amUsTMranted by Penny broken rat mode of fighting waa contrary to ''the and you will remove at least WSrr VirmiMA irrAi.i.KMiT Oil, 85 THE $1,000 that the (own will auhscrlhe out In Lnuhivllle, and rol ribbin I in de- code," and left In disgust. He I aald to of all the Ills that mankind Is cent a gallon, at Mcitolia-r-i A Slav's. towartla the machine ihop, will not In mand. ho meditating over the matter in solitude. heir to, In thla or any other climate. Hop A riKB Una of Toilet Soap. Perfumery, Mr. Ilarne ha entered tion the fifth Thecal wm killed, and proved to be a ve Bitter It the only thing that will give percent. It la merely an taxation Hair, Mali, Tooth anil Clothe Ilrtilie, create fectly healthy natural action to thete two appropriation to be paid out of the iur. week of hi effort lo erangelixe LouUvllla. ry large one. rry chp, at Penny A McAllater's. plua'reTentieaof the town aa they accum- He haa preached three aermona every day, Mr. Lucinda Hocker who ha been orgasn. Maine Farmer. ' PERSONAL ulate. Hlnce the (own haa subscribed, let and the onlermMe rraulta nre 001 confea-alo- n bedfast at the residence of her eon, Dr.' S. SETT ADTKRTISEXKXTft. and 624 anointing. a the merchanta and other affix their G. Hocker, ol Turnertvllle, nearly alx Mli Llttjr. Cook, of llurnln, la lo the amount they are willing; to months wa released by death last MonrelatiTtr bare. TtrJLL. Thorout hbreil. lor tsls. On I ear oM Unlern our Ktforrner friend can make day afternoon. Mrs. II. wa aged 78 Ij Anrll ISth. 1as rotor and surtlr bred. IU tf JMI& f.'ICY AND BOlf WAPr llr.A?.-l.r- r pony up. There ia no time to loae. liTCrow, Stsnrbrd. their furnace do belter work we would left for IxuiIstIII, jeiterday, to join year, and waa probably the oldest living A NEono man aenailta and nearly frox them lo return lo (he old faahloned member of ihe Hanging Fork PresbyteriAcres of Improved land, for MleJ T AND.-I- J0 their mother, who liaa taken charge of a en wa found In the court yard Tueaday JLJ on Hanging rois, unnis wudi. ai'jm iWrdfnR "ifoliVe, at ftOj'Wesl Clitattidt morning, Corerrd with filth and Termln atove. It lixceedlngly dhagreeable to an church. She had eurvlved all her to W. P. Walton, Stanford. aa the matter now near relations, her butband, all her chilHtteet. We are rerjr sorry to hare lhi with great aorea on hit lega and arnia, filled all through aervlce SB. J. O. OAHPENTER, atanda. dren but one, and nearly all the cotempo-rarl- e STANFORD. KENTUCKY excellent fsmlly Irate us, object of with putrid matter, he waa an The I!iptit pantora of Chicago have OOe OTtr Root. 8. Ljrtlt't store. Offltt hours of her youth. the molt loathing appearance. The official 7 to Ir.u.jsi- from 7 to 1 1. mj tol r. u; declared thernelve agalnut profeaflonal LOCAL MATTERS. ept on Saturday, wntn no will go to crso urcn bad him thawed out, waaheil and dreraed, GARRARD CQUNTT. srd till lurlber nolle. revivaliti of the imul kind, and for the aufficlent 'Door open at 7. when be regained consclotisnee Kink following reaon : ''They cultivate a delancatler. lo aay that Mi name waa Theodore Maaon, aided religion life. They town the muJ anil slush. O. Ilright told lo a Madison county ROSE COTTAGE FOR SALE It' all ofer halted front Lonliville. Ilia tracted, one and that be t give undue prominence lo nolay and pub man 7 two year-olaava1 ' mule at $120. IHuson'Bik. will IsFready to bake to- - limba wereawolleu lo reveral time their lic efTorl for ravlngaoul. They produce Mj luslneat leliig Wsst, I offer for sale or rtnt Dr. Jennings. Price ho been appointed natural alxe, and in aoraa place the fleah mj resilience in iue luuurnaoi Disnioro,on ooni erwt itrtt nw brlrk bout of Ars rooms, torch the imprenlon that religion I largely a guardian for a minor heir to bone, tjurgeona es, ixntrr, eellsr, elitern, snd sit necmssrr out A new stock of Champion T?lrel I'lowa had alougbed pli to the matter of ff ling. They aavor too much the ritate of Pat Flannery, a wealthy buildings. Tbs ImproTtnirnts art alt nsir snd ' examined him and decided that hia arm W.' H. Hlgnlna'. l of the burle(iie and of buffoonerr. They who died here about two yeara ago coDTenitni, uu si tns premisss, or auorsss abould be amputated, but It waa aubie W. II. ANDKRHOir. lower the dignity of the mmt aolemn aab- - This waa necessary to procure a decree for Ilirrrcn U in demand at 25 cents. Harper Clt7, Kai tat. quenlly agreed to aend btm to Louliillle, ject which can engage men' attention. the tale of the estate. hare fallan lo 20 cent, , hi home, and let the anlborItlcaberebTe ' They put a premium upon ignorant and Mra. John T. Leavell, of Mackaville, New and full atock of Furniture Just It done. X purre lo par bit railroad and crude presentation nf Gospel Truth. They Washington county, wa buried here Sunother expentea wa ralaed, and on Wednea received at II. K. Wearen 8TarcsD STasiT, Inault the Intelligence of the age by ma- day The newa of Dr. Craig' death waa day he waa mbI off. ife aald be had been received here with deep regret. Not to LANCASTER, - - Just rewired at McAliater A Ilrixht'a a on the railroad extension a a laborer, but king the unlearned and the unwhe Ita KENTUCKY. have been more intimately associated with teacher." ffeh tupply of Confectioneries, Apples, not belng,mble to work he had attempted our people hi popularity wa remarkable, Orange, lmon, Ac LAND, STOCK AND CROP. to walk back home. Rev. Geo. Dunlap and wife and Mra. JOHN T. IlIflGINS, PllOI'RIETOR. A' ijcow atorru prevailed on Tuesday MARRIAGES. The mule market I exceedingtr live- B. D. Polls returned from Chicago, 111. morning, and the "beautiful" to the depth A FIRST - CLASS HOTEL Ilr.tu Wooda. On February, 2nd, ly, but unfortunately, Lincoln haa none for Monday. Col. Mat. Walton, a former res of 4,or 6 inche anon covered the earth ident, but nor of the Illue Grass, is here In svery particular, Tb patronage of the public near Huitonville, Mr. John W. Held, a aale. (12-T. C Jasper bought of Maj. Jonea 150 on business. Hona M.J. Durham and J. solicited, snd tsllsfsctloo guarintced. A rwi lot of boot and ahoe, the vary young merchant, and Mi Mary, daughter kln-- l tut the preterit weather, Juat received of Cabbell Wood, Ki., were united in acre of land two mile west of McKlnney S. Van Winkle, of Danville, were here at at $35, and sold to Charle Diiigherly 100 court thla week. at J. W. I lay den', who will aim receive marriage. Austin' attorneys informed me he It acre near hi atore at $22 r acre, to day( full line ofvnoliojliu. Go and.'aee OEATHS fr " At H, G. Week' tale in Woodford, very anxioua for a trial, and does not, aa thetu.'1 -: (metimonia, complicated milk cow brought from $40 to $05; grade haa been reported, want a change of venue. We.io not aee how any reaMinable man with heart disease, on the night of January Aldcrney heifer cilve $25 to $00; common He will be ready for trial at the apecial A. can object to the proposed charier for Stan- 3lt. at 1 o'clock, 'ftinire John Cash breathewe $150 per head; brood toward 125 to term, lie still persists that he la innocent, Head It ed hla I'tnt.'agril 74 year. 'Squire Canh ford, publibel on uurouuIde, 1501b. $11 In $14 each; corn In crib,$3.75; and his father and family believing thla The tame Ihst adjoint tbs properlr of W. V. Walcarefully Ufore you pi aentence of con- waa born lo Ilockcastle, and aubeqoently ton on South tlda Main afreet. This building Is fodder 35 centa per shock, and sheaf oats will stand by him lo the last. desirable" contains 7 rooms nesrlrnev snd demnation. became a cltlien of I'ulaiki, from which $260 per hundred bundle. The Grand Jurr it still in esion,and snd hall; liable, Terr carriage bouse and gardtn. Tber no mora desirable nor better located property In Dn. J. O. CKrr.NT:n, one of the Gnrl county he removed lo IJncoln In IBol, In Cincinnati the cattle market Is firm teems lo be doing it work thoroughy. The la Stanford fora business msn. I'cs;iealon glrcn Jsn- young pbyilcian ibat thla county ha pro- w litre he haa since resided, and where on at $2 25 to $3 60 for common, good to chance for the "guilty man" to escape In usrj III, ibqi. Appijinl.i irai, oiaoiuru, ut account of hi hqnest and honorable bear choice butcher grades $175 to $535, feed- dictment are exceedingly allm. The trial address V. Craig, care J. A - Heaaongood A Co., duced, haa located here for the practice of unewnau, u. Stanford, Nor. IS, 1881-W. CRAIG. hi profcMlon, and can be found in bl ing, and hla consclentioua discharge of ing ateer $1.25 to , stocker $3.25 to $4 of Win, Austin for murdering Miss Betsy every duty drolvlng uon lilni.be ha evei Hog continue In demand at $7.10 to $7.40 Hlsnd, wss to have begun Wednesday, but office over Kobt. 8. Lytle' More. commtiijfd the reiiwct and confidence of butchers and heavy shipper the defense not being ready the case i STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, Tiik Danville I'octotfice ApoIntment hla fellows. He haa been a Justice of the for selected 50 In $0 10 for common. Shwp are continued fur a special term to begin DEPOT 8T..8TANFOBD, KY ha been tetlled by the I're!dent, wbn, It I'etce since I85S, and President of Ibe at $5 Monday, Feb. 13th. Judge Owsley inleady at 3 to 6 cent. I aald, wilL. forward Mr. J. H. I.lnney'a Stanford and Un.tonvillc, Turnpike Com- B. &. WISE, The tale of the personal effect of Ja. formed the defense if It waa not ready ., I .I I name to the Senate in a few dava. Mur- - Ipanv since' t i.M uoui oi , which Ine nas jso.i, then he would transfer the case to Boyle Wilcool, the Garrard county suicide and DI1LKSIM phy'a alleged army chum, Hat top, didn't held with honor to himself and lo the eat- murderer,took place yesterday. Our Infor- county, and try it any bow. The Sheriff Monuments, aeem to rallr lo hi uport worth a cent, (faction of tho Ihleretted. He leave lteadilones, mant who left after two or three hour,taya haa been ordered to summon 100 men ele,the matter might have ended other six children io mourn hi TiWels.dc. two of that household lurniture sold very high, from adjoining counties, and remote point Marble Work wiee. aw"ay In Texa, who will whom are of all kinds In many mure than the aame article of thl county, so we may expect the trial Bestly execuYKrKtiDAr waa ground hog day. It perhap learn of heir misfortune for the ted and aalls- were worth new. Pork told at 12 cent. to begin at the time specified. Circuit fkctlon Siufre and Horghum at 65 cent per gallon. There Court ia still thoving things. Few casea wu'clear anil the varmint 'teeing hi Brat lime through, tbj Dethadow drew li I him If back Into hi hole lo Cash was for many yeara a leading member wa signs snd estiof Interest on the docket, however. A a large number of flock to be sold. mate furntib-e- d remain for alx more weeka of bad weather. of McCormack ChrUtian Church, and hla on applicaGeorge K. Hiirgitia sold hi farm of novel tuit came up last week, in which tion. lj Till Ivliat., hoe wliu. believe In the influence for good waa always fully exert- 418 acre North of Dnville, including Mr. lUdlow sued Ben. F. Hudson for des- nmllmt lintf amw lull Irn iri. nf liM otltnton ed. A good man haa been taken, and, After a family burying ground, on land two horses, farming implements, Ac, to Iecrating weather prophet, i de- - lifr'a fitfnl fever, may be sleep well. Ibat the Hudson purchased from her, by D. Ingram, ai W. H. Cecil, for $25,000 cidedjy "J;f , .', . CrtAI0.-"- Dr. Craig I dead." This ao ' or THE told liia la rin or HU acres, lour mile erecting a pig pen, ash hopper, Ac, in, or announcement w.i made from Danville, The New Comdination of Ilruce, Warrn the Harrodtburg pike, nearer the ground than Mra. 1). thought be in Lincoln Co. ren Ads went into efiect Wednesday. about 10.30 Monday night, and although lo J. E. Lee, at $100 per acre Col.Jno. should. The case elicited some splendid Keady-mad- e Clothing, Hoot, Shoe, Gent It waa not unexpected, hi friends, who Cowan ha told hi Swiss Cottage resi- arguments from the opposing counsel, of Stan. O. Uradler, tor plaintiff, and Lincoln Circuit Court. National BaskEquity. Hardware, were hoping almost against, hope, were a Futnlablne OopdaOrocerie dence and ground, to Mr. Anna Arm- Hon. ford. Ac. vt Isaac bbetbr, Jr.,dc. In They could not realite that the strong, for $0,350.... J. M. McFerran sold Hon. M. J. Durham and Oeorge Denny, Pursuant toaJudguicut rendered In this cause, st and in lact moat any thing you can call tLe October term, 1881, uf the Lincoln circuit, My statement that the counfor, can b bid from one firoi and in one noble hearted fellow, who wa ao full of 21 head of mules to J. W. I! ur- defendant th undersigned Coaiinluloner will, and at price that will alwaya I life, andjhappinea Jut two daya before, ges, of Lexington, for $125 per head sel In defense of Austin wat appointed by bouw, MONDAY, FED. O, 1SS3, th.e tvery l)f eU ,(o tov the great donble HA been ao suddenly cut down a6ioon Wakefield A Farris, sold to same 18 head the Court, seem to have been a mistake. J ON tccfrcled In the a rim of death. But it aame age, at $120...Tewmey A Farri told am requested by Austin's father to ttate County Court day, between the houraof If a. u. atore when in need of any thing. door In Stanr. at., before th ,vras,aluf too true. The cruel .hand that 103 bead of mule to close their partner- that he employed the attorneya in the snd IKy., sell lo th highest snd best bidder, ford, SUITLEMENT. Owing to the fait that "Arcsdls," the l'srui ot Col, Isaac bhelby, Jr., crumej oui nisilie nau ueen unerring in to Wakefield A case. brad, consisting of qur"uttde ia filled with matter of interral It preclusion, and after 43 hours of culler- - ship at $125 last firmcash, them to other PULASKI COUNTT. old Farri. Tbl onlr lo the cllitena ol Stanford, we tend lng, the restless spirit had flown. Dr. About Five Hundred Aoros parties aa follow: One pair to P.T.Genwith tills buuo a aupplement containing Hamuel P. Craig- wa in hi 33th year, and Eubank' t Station. nrr.tll., ..! .ln.llitlv limrored land situate try, at $320; to Baldwin, of MayavlHe, C3 ot UA A cliromo and a card of thank i due in Llocoln county, near the junction of tbs nneat freh new Item, Initiative prticcvdinvt, for one of hi age, had nttained a promi- bead al$135 each; to llurgt-'- , of Lexington th N. and G 8. 1111 vayt This Is one and miacellaneoua matter. It ha baen nence In hla profession that waa Irulr won- 25 the jury In the (Juiteau farce. fsrmi In Central Kentucky. The sal la made lo head at $125; to a North Carolina trader favor of tb National Dank satlify Judgment pretty severe on our printer to get out derful. He commenced the study of medNew Waynesburg need Crab Orch- of Stanford, which, In principal. Interest and colls, 13 bead at $120 each. The price obtainaggregai on usy oi saie toe iudi vi i4,vv and the ca- icine under hla father, who waa one of the thla edition, but their ciputty ard' former efficient marshal. The little will irn.tltnra and II months, eoual In Tra ed for thl atock I no criterion nf the real pacity of the office atemi almott unlimited most eminent phytlclana of his day, and wa the scene of a shameful drunkjn llilltuentl. Bond required wllli approred securivalue of yearling generally, because, a lille ty, bearing IQ pi cent, from day of sale, payable braWI Stturday evening. A good deal of in (jonimisaiouer. r w. iw.,i,w. ids nsii.i cuwi WEI. CI I Al.K IlURNETT cornea to tu thla time with At bit death' became jl pupil of the late stated above, the State Ima never produced W. U. blasphemy and but little blood shed waa A lien also retained. Danville Mailer Coiu'r L. fcc Januny !, ml. a regnlar Comedy Company of 8 pcrtont, Dr. John p. Jackson, of Danville, aub a bunch toequal thrm. " 'the re tilt. among whom i Mil Fannie Wallack, a aeouently craduatlng with distinction at The protracted meeting at Double one of the New, York Medical College. rKoriMKio.iAi.. lady of rare beauty and great inurlcal LINCOLN COUNTT. Spring Is progressing finely. Rev. W. X. of hla birth, ability. She never fail to captivate her He returned to this, the place ' Tyree with Itev. J.S. Reynolds, Nathan ALEX. ANDEHBON. Engttman't Mill. audience with her awect aonga, and It i about 1808, and baa alnce commanded a ATTOItNEV A.T jLiAW, Hanging Fork lias been on a MkIi ever Singleton and Wui. Taylor are the preachpractice which might have been very luaald the boy juat go wild over her, Ol DANVILLE, KY., ing brethren, llro. Tyree taking the lead. Will prscltceln th Courts or usjiasuusujmoiii coure. Alf will appear alto in aome of crative, but lor hla liberal dealing with flnco Christmas. Soul are already crying: "What shall I counties snd lu th Court of Appesls. The merry sleigh hell hegnn to jingle hi old tpeclallie. AduiiMicn 60 cent, hia patrons, and A refteBce toward pres do to be saved," and aome have already JAMES Q. OIVEN8. children 25 cent, reserved aeata 75 cent sing any onn for money. In deposition he on Tuesday, anil the music ha become confessed the Savior. l'lUlSE TUB Loup. ATTOUNKV A-'- IAlAV. at McKouerU A Stagg'. Kemember Wed. win frank, open hearted and generous, and aomewhat monotonous. Mr. Editor, console thyself, and beA little chlhl of Alex, l'ratlier, of the needle to the 311 8th St., LOUISVILLE, KY. a true to hi friend netday night, Feb. 8th. lu the fire last Saturday and burned lieve in thine heart that the U, S. Mail fotlnd in him a faithPractices In all tho Courts. Collections prompti " iieo'pl of the tbwrf voted pole. The poor " L. A N. II. It. have fully ly loads. Hoopla, The ful aupport. He never seemed (o care Itt face into a solid blister. It haa been agents on the WAU.XOB X. VAIUCOK. Wedneaday oa the.qu stlon of aubicriblng whether they were able to pay for his Insensible ever since and is not exacted discharged every duty encumbent upon T. W.VARNON. them, but II thou hast a "cum word" to T. W.4 W. E. VAIJNON, $1,000 to. secure the L. A N. Machine or not, and the love this c)m had to lire. beseech thee to those ATTOUNKYH A.T laA-W-. HliOiiJttOUchiiiouJ function, indlllw) re- for blm waa shown by many a tearful eye Ml Lydia Lewi' school closed Ittt tpare, direct it we STAN KO ED, tY. ubscrjp-tlohandling mail on the C. S. K. K. mit waa a majority o.f Q7 for the atslrs. aa they came from far And near to look At Friday, and the will take charge of a bungler Otfics In O wiley A Boa's do building-- up t management it takea The total vote wi but 70, but that the llfelea body as it lay in the parlor of school at McKlnney Station. She haa been Under the H.O. KAUFFMAN. election for hla hotel. They will ml him, We shall a faithful teacher and her patron here only tiro davi to get A letter from WAjnea- la nearly double that ATTOItNEV AT C.A.W. burg to thl place, a distance of four mllea town Trustee, when ))Ut 40 voted, and two all mlsa him. The writer of this, especial don't like to give her up. LANCASTER, KY. more than roteil in'tboaanfe election ' the ly, will mlsa him, for more than half bit Muter Tint Kngleuttn's Imported dog made directly on Ihe mall line. Occasionally practiceCouiuilsilouer andofCounty Attorney. Will (Jirrard and adjoining lo all the Courts receive their a year before. A bill empowering thu unoccupied hour waa 'pent In this office, another rsld nn lit neru 01 line tueep ami your reader at Waynesburg counties snd In th Court of Appeals. Friday for' the and the occaatpnal assistance be gave ua in killed two more uf them. Tim ha at laat Tuesday' Intbihor JouhhAL on of the town to iMue'twi'd TUOHAB P. HILL. JH., amount will now be presented to the Leg- local and other Itema that ho would write come to the conclusion that aheep aie of or Saturday, and other mail (iiually aa ATTOHNEV AT r.A"V, apeedilv. Can nothing be' done to remSTANIOUl), KY. islature. up, seemed lo afford blm the greatest pleat-ur- more value than dog,nd pnuexl Ihe death Will practice lo tbs Courts ol thla snd sdlolnlug edy thla carelessness? He leavtaaalsterandit brother to mourn sentence on him. WAS JT MURDER 7 After the death of counties sod In th Court of Appesls. Dale) la The trial of M. T. Morgan for break-ln- g Osiley A Sou' uw uuiuin.-- up itsiia. Hilly Uiughtusn says that he had a Dr. Craig, the warrant agnlnst George I). III early demise, Mr. H.W. Llllard and Jat. into Hunly Singleton's house, aud A. time with the Missouri girls, waa T. Craig, and to tl.em the alncere aympa- uasTsasos ravTOM. vaiMK I'oje wka 'changed to murder, and he ttempting tu shoot or murderlilm And hla PEYTON. WOLFOKU IptaCfd, Io.lheJiaiidof a guard, and hi thy of the community goe tenderly out. but came back heart whole and fancy free. sister, Mis Clara, waa iwstponed until AT ATTOHNEVH KY. XAAV, examining trial Ml for yesterday, at 2 v. He loved them so fondly, and v.aa to so- Our friend, J. II., I now a full Hedged docLIBERTY, the failure on account of licitous for their health and welfre. No tor, And haa worked himself Into a paying Saturday next 'u, "Tba Court waa composed of Justice Office Special alteotlon glen to collections. of Attorney Miller to attend here on the swr, la.lyrj W. It. Caraon and M. O. l'ortman, and the wonder they give blm up a If yielding up practice, Mia Susie eager spent several 28th Inst. Mr. Morgan ia uiually a quiet, oter U. T. llercs's llrad-letheir very heart's blood. A noble young days last week with the family of Mr, S. LEE S HUFFMAN. prisoner waa represented by W. O. Industrious cltlien, but the day previoua I Ksii., of Lancnter. The County At man haa fallen In the prime of lie, and II.Yeager. kitchSTANFOItU, KY 11 u ford, a gentleman of color, to hi outbreak he visited the devil's John tor atated that be wlahed additional time til awful fate should be a warning to u aud imbibed pretty freely Olflcs South aids Main Street, two doors shots the case waa all. Let ua Imitate his many good quali has in Ten ted a musical Instrument which en at this place, the Mysrs Hotel. to prepare the testimony, and get of hi eye water, and on hi return home Pur Nitrous Olid (1a aJuilnUUred whin reaccordingly continued till Baturday.at 9 A. ties and strive to ttecr clear ol the rock he call the devil's triangle, and which quired. hia work of aln, shame and degredatlon altoat of erfdence on which hla life boat waa atranded. A away with anything we have teen. It it M. There are rutiior fully exhibited. No doubt but the large crowd waa present to pa; the latt In the shape of an Indian bow, with a wire was very damaging to Ibe- - accused) that' the of hell rejoice to aee this work of ' bow, or angel killing could liAve lieen eAilly AVolded.Ae., tribute of respect to the dead, and altho' string. lie puts one end ot the destruction to soul and body move on ao I WILL UK IN BTANWHU xwu wr.ca.0 true, will b. brought out the Chrlttlan Church In which the funeral triangle aa lie call it, in hi muutli and All of which, If of each month, from tnl Sfooday, and lo Lsiks. yilll and continuously, while Christian everywhere tertwo wtckaof escb uoutk.lroui third Monday, wa preached, U very large, a great lillioii the airing with a goose ' at the MamlnlnV 1x17 The most rigid sermon Otflce In St. Asaph HoUl.oior Msltlagly A Sou's mourn over those fallen victims of will be many were unable to obtain teat, butatood can play any Tune. It 'sound something investigation abouldiaudidoublles while Klder Joseph Ilallou delivered a like a Jew' harp, but much louder. had. Stnu-Mrth!.! 3!nlcriofouriraI let 0lu '. 1 I'l-o- and Oil Clotha at Iluhl. 8. rery appropriate diacourae, There wa Lytic.. acaicely ailry eye In the bouae.nnd a more (lb to W. If. Hlggln' for clorer, timo- aolemn or Impreaalre occasion we hare nerer Attended. Prceded by the young thy aeed, Ac men who were hi Aioclte and friend, FitntH Hreail and Cakea ai all time at marching In double column, the pall beaDawson Ilroa'. rer, Col W. (I Welch, Dr. I, F. HnlT. Thk Kink will liereafler oen at aeren man, H. V, Htagg, and I)r llrnnaugh, 1'eylon and Crpenter, accompanying the o'clock, commencing l vnlgtil. hearte, and a long procrlon of Tehtcle MoAf.nrrr.ti A Itnioiir hire .10,000 lb, containing weeping friend following, the family flour. Low flgurta gleen eitia remain were bourne b Iliiflalo Cemetery, when WW llialo'r more'are'taken, and there deposited lo await the rexnrcc-tlo- n Tikmr indebted to Mr. K. 11. Wearen morn, are rr'iuraled to call on hla aon, Malcolm, "I'fleml irtf r fildnl ilepirtt, Wbohil not toil a frlfn.tr at II..K Wrirnn', and trtlU viiAeW urlktr Tticru li at union litre ol hft May. Nf.W Cariiel i Sam Knglenun told to Will Hue, of Danville, a sorrel gelding for $140, and to filly for $76, Tom Doram a 2 year-olOur long horse I taking to hi work nicely. If the track continue muddy he will win the trial race In March without any trouble, Ife I telling one hundred to one In the pool now, d Dr. JACK FOR Will htr Oovrl dar HATJE. tit 3 DOUBLE STORE. for sal In Stanford on peat Connlv nd eaesf- rood Tonn Jsrki snr lent lirsnlsr, ami descended from lh stock In Ids Hill. Jsnnarr II, 1M1. C. II. ROCHMTER, ST.ASAPHHOTEL MhIh HI., NtHHlYtrel, d Ky. itll.lll lst ' n w O Q O Hi JOHN DINTODDIE.PRO'R. OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 BOARD, 92.00 PER, DAY. Special AccoBBodatloB to CosaBercial Travelem Baggage Transferred Free of Charge nineteen-twentiet- I hare recently taken charge of this home a and intend to hare accommodations. frnt-clw- Stanford Female College. STANFORD, WITH A Islt-Is- af auto-graph- KY. - . PULL CORPS Or TEACHERS this lasUtaUon will op ad-vl- ITS TWELFTH SESSION, OK THE 2ND M0NUAT IN HEPTEMHF.R, NEXT. ALL THK BRANCHES OK A TH0R0U0H EN0LI8H COURSE ars taught, ss well ss d MU8IO, THE LANQOAOB8. OHAW. INQ AND PAINTINO. Irlrh-man- , TE11MH M O I J3 U AT.I-- ! I'if lo Tuition, prices rasirs front 125 to $50 lo lb regular Dcpartuicnta. rrim ary,u; Intermediate 110; PrcparaUuy, 140, snd Collegiate, (94, For full particulars, ss lo Board., Ac, address HUH. B. O. TMCEIIKART. l'rlncliml, Stanhrd, Lincoln Co., Kf. . '. IKIGGI1VS HOUSE! KCY YOUR INSTRUMENTS 90 FROM TH tf - FOR RENT. t'Ahl0 Ic.siruIIcKe.sileiice n e td 190 C3. GREAT MUSICAL EMPORIUM D. P. t LOUISVILLE, FAULDS, FOURTH AVENUE, . . - KENTUCKY sndUroTealeln Pianos and Maaon-- A Hamlin snd Smith ArucrlcanOrgan. We "warrant erery thing to be Just sa represented. One Inou-an- d Planoi sold since SepteJibrr 1, which gives us reputation over any firm In th Culled Stales. we are ins great issuing nnn oi in oouin. WsdeallnChlcksrlng, Kasb. Oilier, tf W. E. MoLAUGHLIN, (IssasiL Tkaveuno Aokst, t ... NEW FIRM! Is stationed for tbe present at Myers Houses Stanford, where be will be glal to receive orders, promising to glvs them his closest atUntlon.lJ-I- m fr lo, INTERNATIONAL COTTON ce EXPOSITION. pir. H- 'PHm d. ATLANTA, GEORGIA. Tho Davis Sowing: Maohlae -- again ahead. ,,tJ PUBLIC SALE And Carries off the Highest Naruber of Awards, aupertor to all other MaAnd I acknowledged chines. The judge ssy In their report; --That Its peculiar lead motion enables It to saw rarious kinds of fabrics that can not be will sewed, on machines listing sn under feed." And the award to the Paris la lha only on In which th superiority of on mschlueoTersnolher Is lnsny wsy recugntaed or eipreased by the Jury In any of their reports. The uniformity of length of atl:h on all kinds of lattice was conceded by tbe Jury ss worthy of special tusotlou, and these three reports fully demonstrate that IheDsTls Vertical Kd Sewing Msi his la the best, snd with It csn be produced the greatest rariety and tuoat perfect work, with tbe greatest eaie of any machine In th world, aaroarr or Awaaos roau Ut. International Cotton Eapoaltlon, Atlanta, (la., 18SI. Award to th Darts Sewing. MaDec II, chine Company. Dei Is Sewing Hacbls Company la worthy of mention lor Its peculiar feed motion, which glres it special Talua for sewing Tsrloui klnda of fabrics that cannot be so well sewed on machines baring tbs underload. Signed Jan as 8. Atwooo, (lEoaucU. Uaaata, Entry 189-T- heart-rendin- g Finest Farm Court-Hou- lr Q O Q .. uaotr 7. be UhoiqkII. Bliloch, S ui Committee. no. 14. aaour o. J ciaa 179 Iroduct. Darla Sewing Machine work. Name and sddreaa ofaxlilUtor, Darla Sawing Machine Company, Watertown, Hw York! The undersigned baring siaiulned tbs products herein pertlulljr recommend the urn to tbs Ei tcuilr Coiouiltle of tho Intaruatlonal Cotton EiK) Itlon lor award for. the. following ressona, workmsnahlp on general and In Embroidery with chsnlll snd allk rery artlitle la design, snd well executed through an sttscbuieut to Ihe machine. Spec!) attention Is railed tt uolfoulty In length of itltchooall fabrics, reganlleas ol thickness of material. A Bus dlsplsy made ol specimens of quilling on allk, dresses, cuihloos, cape, diagonal and tralgbt iblrrlng on tllk with puBng aame. Special attention la called to Miss Nellie A. Usrdy, Clerelsn I, O , for proficiency In embroidery work ou lbs Da tie Machine. Usosoa I, Th mas, Committee, Approred: II, I, Kimball, Director Uenersl. no. Us. uaosr o. w enaa lW-- Err Iroduct, speclueni of sawing uaohlns work. Name and address of exhibitor, Darla Sawing Macula Company, Watertown, N. Y. Th undersigned hating sxamlued tbe products herein de scribed, rewclfully recommend Ihs asms to th XMUtlts committee ot th International Cotton Exposition Co.-- award, tor th followlog reaeone, work. Approred: 11. 1. KlMnaiL, Director General, ktat col-or,f- i . tor-"tc- n. pu-acn- Tru-tee- CL. e. g woli-obd- y, HUnOEON DENTIWT, GEO, H. BRUCE, Unlformlly of atltchlag oo all work shown. (Ireat variety of work. Arlltttc lasts sad skill In Itacoustiuctlon. Special attention I railed to the embroidery work done by Miss Ntlll A. Usrdy on the Paris Uao. I. Thomas, machine wllh attachment. W.II.UaoaawuoD, U.O. Uaossk,' Appro ted i Ii- :- II, I. KtmUII, Director UeoarsL Cuumllte. SWCU ISTOTIODE3 A. A. WARREN, T. W. MILLER. HALE & Silk U HUNNELLEY, Foa i & AgHta, lai- STASroap, Kt DaAlaaa ' 1 "Su"""""J K.I..KOX,P.I.. GROOERIES, HARBWARE, atO. u -- AUTICI.R IX. CRCMN WBBtTBR and mar conllntie from tlav to day until Before any depot marshal afialt proceed Src 8. Tlie several officer now holding W. V. RAM.SI.Y IICR. the lulnt thereof shall hare been till to act, he ihall take the, oath required to be office fn the city tjf Hlanford, shall eontln-take! ran,IMile lor Afcr.80n,iulJl I tha will 1 The city judge nf Stanford ahall Src by the marshal, pocfj of. lie to hold thilr respective office tint II the J. . Bim, I't- of the lirmorraey. f KTIiniilsT.SOUTII-ni- v. 1V1 lor. Hertltea trery Mooilay mornlni and nlthl. 2rd. It ahall be the duty of the marshal term for wliioli they were elected, or ap be entitled to the following fee, rl i For 8to. 20, II shall Jive.pp wrjB1 r'rayrMellanThiinlaT nlhta. nuniUyBchool Ihe trial, and for bit other to nerve all notice, precept, process, and pointed, ahall hare expired, ami their xuc preIdin at to nrfitttlnncWoifa4i4iJwi, TAisrDPORD, rendered In any cM of a breach trafalTit; order, wrM tf .M mI 'hi J other thing to him directed, in penal and cesor are duly electeil and uuallfled a rcrrlce Wnin.n't Mlilnnry Moclttr nrtta bar on th In . ntf Mm1 ftri)sil AArtuia wiiia Ia TiiT n a hiihi IH criminal care, out of any court In tbl provided for herein, In the discharge nf the or violation of the city ordinance or by It ramllilal for AHSKMOIt iul,Ja ixmviuv i vii'iii. lo any Hunday la each tuonlbi tl 3 o'clock. Mri, T. T, iiniiu nil Parlraa, I"imIJ-February 3, 1882 civil and criminal case, under the same Commonwealth, and make due return dtille of their office the present officer law, to be taxed only agalnal the defendant action oflhlniocracy. ;t j 3. M. Brc, ratter: Hervlcv - rule and regulation prescribed by law tnereou and tie shall axeouto anil serve ahall be goterned by the provisions, of thla and nald br him. if found suillr. three i BAPTIST.-lta4 Konrth HuBiVayt, laorniox anil authoriting Justice of the peace or the any warrant, proce, precept, writ and charter from and after the day on which it dollar; and for all oilier aerrlcea rendered, JOHN t Unf4ay PRQP6SE0 CHARTER FOR STANFORD. Try In any cue when tin prosecution I concounty Judge to grant ana lUw. He other thing, to him directed from the goea mm enrci. Boni.f rVhool at t K 1, w, H. K. Harrow fJJtlNTY 0. No pernon hall be entitled to current with rlrcutl court, ha ahall be en' U a camlliltta for Demomcyf ,Ct.KRIC, aaljcrt lo Bilpatlol.njfat. both Tn law and equity, wllhtn Ilia ahall hare the power and authority to fine Stanford city coort, when they can be exe Sec ' fea aat actloa of llit Urmia of" Lincoln counlr, with Juitlcti of and imprison for contempt, provided the cuted in the city limit s and he ahall hat rote at any cltr election wh) la not a male titled to charge and receive the -'; 'it,. OnmiiTlAN.woiMlhytbesa)MKUMi fine nhall not exceed fire doll an and the the (ante power to serve the aforesaid pre- cuiren or lite unlteit Htatr. ami twenty-on- e .Mowed by law to clerk nf circuit court rihUjtH, in all action ti(....),'..(- -( Flrtl and Third Lnrd'a dar. JOHN I It A I.I. 4at AHiool year of age, and a legal roter under for aimtlar eervice; and whet M jiirMic proceeding (or toe recover 01 money on Imprisonment eight hour. He ahall hare cept, proce, writ, ta, a constable I conenrrent with jutilcr nf the It a ctoJI.Uta nw UlUNTV A81IWSOII, tuljwt I 1 1. Jo. Hftmnre, riupar1nlrail.nl. personal, property, when,, the jnatler, of ajury to try all matter before him, If de-- now bare under the law of thi Slate, He the lawa of Kentucky! and who hsa not re- - lion peace, he lull rharge and receive Ihe to th will of Ih ticmocrary. ntlrXnYTRHIAN, HOUTHrKov, I. H. MKI- in aid city next preceding j1uIv tn fetemti ml irnt iy either party when the amount In ahall within the liailla of the city, In all tided one roofttronray, I roj, putor HunJay Hcbool at M. John t, am that juntlce of the peicoare encosl. doea not exceed fifty dollar in contraaNm!MMniire of intereati and matter of a penal or criminal nature, Hie election at which he oiler lo yote, ami titled fee law to iuui, nairinirnqcni. Ualon I'rajtr HettlegM by receive. K tweed juritdlc-llor- i col oVm arising under the ordinance of the city, or who ha not pnld hi poll tax Id clie city WadMwday althla. dollar. w. raises ami concurrent original CITY ATTtmaKV, l Brti. tlly judge shall act fti under the law of thl Commonwealth, for the preceding year, which iayment Villi lli circuit court, when the 'matSeo It The city attorney ahall rerelve It a rn.lMtl for COUNTY ATTORNKY, tutc ter In controverser la our fifty dollar in cterk ofTiMawi) court and imue all pro posses the ame power, ami perform the upon being iiietioned muat be atinficto-rlluch compensation for hitaerrice a Ih Jrcl to Ih will of th brmocra-, hown. a sheriff uo hot Exceed one hanitrtxl rmm fi ta mt u thereto: but may appoint a aame dtitle value, but inai city council may allow him AKTICLK VIII. 4th. Jl shall be the duty of the marahal dollar in ralna exclusive of Interests and denuty'cWtriJIe rhall keen a docket, or. riTY NA.niJKr. to cot: and tl.e lurisJictlon herein conferred .del howtVirrd'eieecution book, and tuch lie examine all the ttreelf. alleya and pub Boi, I,RKVMt'K AKDTAXATIOK. exceeding Sen .t, Thecily MAItaltA!.. In addition lo marahal, (daces In .ild city, from time to ilme An annuaf tax of not nay be necessary, alialt attach without the content of the de- - other ,W It a rii.lMilafrJAII.UIIof Unrolo what may be allowed him by th citr jrrt to lha xtlon of lb iKinorraey, raty,tub 1st SARli cent upon each one hundred wary book ahall be fur-k- and retort all needed Imhrorementl and twenty-firfen'dantln Wrillneor otherwise. repair to the mayor, and have aaid dollar in ralue of the real and pergonal council for expJ)Wefrvlc, which hll council. Sec. 4 If in anr action In thecitr court, i nished.waT.Wl Gx a and repair 'lone, under the eatale directed to be aaeiueil for taxation, not exceed four hundred dnlhr per anSnd&IWfeBerrl must by rule except a herein provided, it thall appear 1YM, COOLKY fTinl'iffT i7Wt 188S num, ahall be entitled In receive the arne during' the pendency thereof, that the title monthly rtmtn day of execution and oth- - adrice and control of the city council! to due and payable the 0m1 year ara It can.IM.tt for J Atl.KH f IJnmlo eouaty, nb fee in mallcra of a criminal nature wniwiaJit4tBiutttfrivtftikMi keep the 'treet of ld city cle ah r to hall be paid by the owner orperaon In the eontro- - er rule to gov) It proceeding. nf real property h Inrolrrd taVlafU lattMS inlHrUlff(Mrn(rp,M primary tlccllon, allowed by law to ennitabte fur aimilar Jccl lo a Hm i" mm, tm4 UJi via)i f In taid city, 3rdtWhen W7iurIdiction in the city aunpre all niifaance! to caw all dead Tery, it ahall be the duty nf the court, UMM4srtM4i tUMtef ')m rrwv, Brc. 2 An annual poll-taof one dol- aervlx, except he ahall be allowed $1,00 cbnctnrtnt with circuit court, a animal found In the publio Ihoroughfirr Uwi.U U all oa.WJtaMlo8,fCel(belfaruaalicUi,conrtf HMM ! tW tWfrlrftt lWra-III W Mltvi mm MU-0.1 PT. THO.S. ltIC!IIAItI)S collected nf each to be taxed aa coal for linking arreata lur turBMHtean ottfV transferring; it to thei tax orWiy l 4ill be rtaid to the city to be remo-e- d or buried: to be cooatanlly lar ahall be lerid and city twBf ltaiihf . WvUlaltwlillltaif pw) hi male Inhabitant of aald circuit court of the county, and to drlirer Judge fa the purpose and under the tame oa.thlM(a.of.uM cily orer twenty- violation of city ordinance: and for1 are It a CadlJtl hir JAtl.EH of IJocola counlr, D. M. rERRTJiCe., DUlt, Mich. eerrlce in cirit cue the aame fe theoriirilfalVaper aTrtd erllfied conle of condition a when ouch taxea are paid to oflenvca againet the lawf,ind to arret of- one year of age. tulijecl 10 th action of Hi Democracy. me rule fender! and he may hare the power of the ai:c 3 The city council ahall hare a allowed hy law to constable fur airuilar all ordera made in the action lo the clerk clerk of cl.y oWW and the of the circuit court, wtip thai) docket the which gnrern clerk of circuit court in city and county to ai-- t him in the per- lien for all tax leried under thl charter aerrice; and in aalei ol property fir N. IIOHLKY 'aame, and on which the mr troceedlrig the taxation of an attorney' fee ahall apply formance of hi dutie;and any one f.llnjf on the property aeseted, and on the other taxea by him, or Ihe collector, the unit a and refualng to aalit him, when tuinmon-e- l property of each peraon which ahall not herifT are entitled for Iniilar aervice; ItraJI,lal ht Aq.SKi(llt of Lincoln rooaly, hll be h4 Although He'ctioii had or- -' to the city Indge. guccwaott to Daufliarty A llolaioa, to do o, ahall be fined not lew than be defeated by gift, aale, alienation, or any and for the collection of city taieo, a com iuI.JwI lo th action of th litmorrary. iglnally bern brought in, that court: but if Btcit, The law gorernlng Hie election ulwlon on the amount collected, lo be a jndKUient be rendered by the city of a ipecfad Judge; of a c!rculr&urt thall fire dollar nor more than thirty dollara.or mean whaterer. Imprl-one- d Skc 4 All property not exempt from agreed on by the city council, court, th title to real eotale enrolred a to the aNe thereof and ihoJe'of NTAM'OKI). - not more than ten da- -, or it. CITV COI.LECTOll. Wi the election 'of a tpeclal lion, pf shall not be effected thereby. uoin: ami oeanau neriorm thene anil a l taxation under the general law of thl Ma 4 The citr collector' fee hall be It a canJM.I. for UlUNT Y ATTOHNA Y, tul.l.ct Src . I Hr.S.SaMblNcoitl ahall hats jur judge fcf tde city court, who MtaM ponneM other dutie, and execute all order, pr- Stale lull hi nhject to taxation at herein uch a may be allowed by ordinance of to Ihoactlvn of lb IfeitKieralle urly. diction within Lincoln county concurrent the qualification of the city judge, oce, notice, and other thing mentioned, lor city purKMe. counwith juaticr ctiurja of .motion gilnt SFCaa,jTJie'ehr judge trlannutllj cil may by ordinance, fireecrlb. He 'lull Sec 0 At the firat regulaT or ieclal the city conncil. of aurcKViaoiis. THO.S. noAnn NKlVIiAM conntable and their untie and against I at the'M term'of the city 6eurt' appoint collect the tax a herein prorided. and meeting of the city council after the anneaboard nf Sir 5. any1 officer? ofiibcoltyibfl Stanford and his , a board 6f three raperrlaor 'the asuea receire and enter on the tax book the list aor hn returned ht It book and it hall upervinor The member of the receive for (a ramlhiat for reflection to IhtofflceorJAIIy hall he entitled to nilritlea, or any of them, ortlhe pereonal or' book, and iu cie they refiwl to act, of any perron omitted by the or hare been examined and approred by the their nervier while actually engaged, an hit) tuhject lo lb action ol th Democracy. repreeentattrr at any time thereafter, or a eoon thereafter of any one of them, then he ooaru o uperrior; and the. (narwhal, or board of uperei-o- r, fifty- with the eorrirbft (et any wotiy point Meter In their place. trWf hi deutitlea'nlay b reniured hr the citr ak pracltcableaald council ahall fix the amount not to exceed one dollar amiallow i:. w. collected lyr them o any of them, or any Hrcr.SCTae jdge of the itr court 1 council at any time upon failure to tier- - rate nf taxation, for that year and de- centa fur each day they rerve, to be la a (anJI,lt 1d book to the clerk of ald ed by ilia city council liver the execution', order of aaU, or fee til I, or note hereby giren all tlie tviwer and authority, form any of hi dutia. JIJIXIK, .ul.Jrct lo wlllof lha Hcmoctacf city theajidmek. 5th. The cltr conncil miv at snr ttm. council or account or any other claim, put in their right. and pririlese, heretqfonjreited In Src. 0, The city treaaurer may receive Hand Tor colIeWiiM, Vhd '"which on de- -' the Stanfoed police judge; and tje present demand the tax book of the city iuarch-b're. 0 All tx hereafter leried by I lie T. M. maud, they ahall neglect or refine to pay Incnmbeni of the latter oScSiis hereby ny giving mm len uar notice nf uch Ue city etiuncil ahall be due and payable at uch compenatinii ai the city council may and ato to iMue and try warrant of for nude jJiojudteoflheStanford'Teity court, mand. and may anooint a collector nfln. I lie place, and to the peuon appaintid col- allow him. It t'anilhlal for lo mi ctaix rrctlt mh rou- - AH.SWSH1L Wul.Jrct lolhaaHlonofIh lb offir of "d rMed with the name, together with eiinhrr'atratfwHAahall take uch oath lector of txe oq thelttdayof July of cible entry and detainer. . IKwir. Hie 7. Tbttllr rlttk shall at tint. Ihe tlly ruuncll ma y allu 8 EC. C The city court ahall be holdcn " th power, authority, rigkt ad priri and gire tuch bonil' a may be required of each year If ilot Mid on or before the r'f. following, 10iercent. lis. bait luaieyJ AUv ilullira bar anouMa. aueh place within lie, city a the city lege,ofWred on the city day of September, ge herein, nun uj ine council at tltjr ahall be inllllnl Die a. All council may deaignate, or they failing to and mM enl4flHe In office unlit the ex- - '8kc 5ZTael.Hr trraanrer. bcCirc-iiti- r Ihereol liall be added a damigr, am' to receive aah otlwr Im not rowltr4 hr haralii u piratiSrTof the le(iu for which he waaelect- - Ine unon lhe'dntie of Iain 'niCm. aliall "r. collected tbeMine aa the tait". Said dam realliianl tor aluitltr dwignato'ana'hroTlde' rfeHliubte itt IlitOlat DangJilBrs, Wives, HotliBrs! ed, and the name of the Stanford police ecuie covenant with aurety, to Ihe city or K arejoruie oeneiiioi uie city, ami not lawa rrttch Jilace a the Judge may eclect, AUTICLKX. 'WAGONS OF ALL KINDS. Sec. 7. All proceeding In, and pro- - cmirl'l hereby charged to ithat of the Stanford, to be approred by the city conn " collector of la,xe. The lien herein MltCaLLtlKUt'l roMJo. Bac. I. All troeral lawa nlatlnf teloiriiiaaj ceue from the city court, in criminal ard Hianlnrd citr court, but aald change ahall e'll, eonditloneM for the faithful diJchinjc Kln furlhtaxe ahall rpply In the aame notlncunalalcal with lb brotlaioaa ol V rlltta. anl peri'tlToaiiWiere'flne."'a'rd laipowd irWler In i" wine aflVct any proceeding inttituted of hi dutieaa iaiourclur lsrtli of ill drvrtlpllotii, uch: and lha nri nn manner to the damagei aaneiwed. of nd uilb ruiloylnc culr wrlin rMiibl S(. 7, A ller the Grat day of September tbla charter, ihall apply lo th fit- - tblaHUnfurJ a the State lawa ahall be In Ihe name ol the; In, or proce- - failed from, or any act or ' auch bond ahall be g'Kd for the amount of act to Bkc X, Any offlcrr aulhorlaa.1 In U tt Mill Ar.trlM inalrrUI(aiil tvn.M-rtJ- . "Commonwealth of Kentucky," and all thing itoHeJwwlth reference,to the aaid public) aiobay which will'coine tol'liii,'" each year, it,ialt be the duty of the rcul any proci rxliilrlng or allowing ball, ahall I Bfurf- i(7lf, irkiuautilp ' imt-rl- l ball marahal or tax collector to immediately hat lha authority lu Ui Ih aiul trramrrr of aall hall be K)lice'eoiiftK. hand during hi term of office. other proceeding and proceae AtUIIKRTT A UYHR, Ill Hue. Tb iuar " levy all uncollected taxe on the property city, ar I. vroblbltil hat, tin. Seo ai.iOiTthe firl Saturday in April, HL, II .ahall .be the cu'lodUn of the from illwooallar, or Kln. tlie, name of tlje "citr of Sjanford 'TJie)fi'roBnoilialf bet made' returnable lo , at the election for the citr council, a city flindf, and ahall 'keen i tthk iml'faiili. of thoe owing the aame. and to proceed to Inllof la any way In viiuclianor cUIuii a.alail th city, the citr court and may be directed to the city Judge hall be elected by the legally ful itemized account of all money received enforce Ihe lien aforeaaid. After making offraat. uuilcr a wolly of tea Jollart for neb mar.lml of the citr. or lo anr ueace officer qualified ruler of Ihe citr of Stanford: and paid out by him, and ahall render an "Id levy the marhl, or tax collector, tfar. 4, Th Urui of offlcor allora, ararlccla-- l of the Commonwealth: and the officer exe- - but nidi Judge ahall not qualify until the account of the aame to the citr council at ahall adeerll e for at leat fifteen day, by blfcqualinl vutraof iheclly ball bee ou ,.. .. .. . - .i .. Ihatlrit ThurJir . Id AdNI. .i it trlbilr IkIIvo .i .!! .,. .ii ue ui ...li.i .,!... in, .1 written ... I'limru ijuiilcv. ine iiiuu milli i. EAST AND SOUTH-EASuuiii it 4iie iirjceH hii phiii cirirL snail i. ...:..,i-..- .i irrm nir niura m ine liib exiiirxiinn ni fBi-i-i ..L.Snlifl, I4likf feeaforllike dervicc. and prweryj)ilIciWliidi:e. And every two uchmHji4wtlme-tdi place ofiale ofaaid property at in ealea of Julie nr ilienMaueimairaloribcir lirai.aa 'So heimc rcmedr1 for tit collection year rhereafieryand nn the firnt Saturday oftre .,.f I like property under execution. aM ter are qualldrf.Tae Said lien i"Tt arliTlL.JrS fcjf B 4. f - 9 '3 . pr . .. 0...1 ri: in wan i.. .itiwii.i ,,.,,. --- nrciw tpminiM..l.iin. cur .niuafii thereof a aherifl nf the Stale, and ahall In A prllj'an election ahall be held by the iiu. ine ireiaurcr. upon ine exntraiion ' .i.Mii " nMi .r..MA.i & ii .. ...... .. .. " n - aball enter .i n.L. ...dla inopon th Kiij.viiirei,TuierH oi ine cur oi oian- - of hit term of office, or upon hi rraiena. properly of the delinquent, and If the polntnienl, aod thay iiuieci iu uar iinrn vim iienaiiici lur Mtiiui.etDiatBL l ford I'rcc-nflVnxe anii; hall not be ufficient tu aatWy aid cbirtrd of lhlr tlutlaaanr th the eJiWnn of a city judge to fill tion or removal, ahall deliver to hi like and failure. in uc- UTICA.N.Y-- , btrcan.r.t Ib.y ar.5u.U6cJ SI, u'.r !". I ucirlliei'w returnable to the cUycqtlttHiay 1. J io uo unaar"J?" prori.iona oi init cnaritr. "Id ntHawlJaid election will be held rvp-ir- - .:il..r.E..,.:iltaxe. :. with thdamaand eo.1 of ." " in DUoorererofDIt. UAHCHISrS V be directed to anr officer nf Lincoln coun at the aaliieTiiiuaand by the aame officer sac. a, Tklt ciuit.r than i luto trci aixl U may direct, all Ihe public money, book, , 'I'11 " lia" " cninrcttl on the real prop-CATIIOLICON, a law on auj alter It. paaur ana ml that hold Ihe ty authorized lo execute civil prurr for city council. or eflecl under hi conlrol be- - "HT of the deliniiuent. The purchaer of " ""' Illrrrt Itonlo ttllhont Cliaugr of far FBft riMAUISMPUtlTt. l by an officer or person to lohglngjo thy city of Stanford. rotlTIVi any raon.I prop.rl. ; at any tax ..I. .h.11 may be ARTICLE VI. JSj A Thlarrmedr IBRI set rntitrmoay with th SacM ff wtu whoup it iniglit hare been directed liut KXtCUTIVK AND MINISTERIAL OWICEItS Jrd. The city council may at any time, llure tlio lull legal title, and OMeiIon tbltacr.orany prorltlon llwrro?, r brr.hjmakijtteiw si ai) tlmas. ao4 sUo immediate! ski wain ruimt la- r CITY ATTORNEY. no proce returnable to the citr court in the treaaurer to execute a new 'thereof, immediately on complying with P1"1 upon ma athlomlaal sad almoa naaclaa, ai them to a btaltay wd Irong eoedlliea. Src 1 No person ahall be eligible lo the bond, or give additional ccilrltr: and tin i the term of the aale All rule for laxe civil cwei can be executed by the city Cathollt 00 will eor fall Dr. Martlilal'a marthal, except within the corporate lim office of City Attorney who is not a quali- - on hi failure to do ao, theoffice may, by , provided for herein, ahall be for ca.h. CharLurorrtnea, 1OfiiM NO IV IIKrVI' lag of Ui womb, Uterina Cbrimte IwDamms-tio- n KrnlNrkx and llualln(tii, Clans KbwrlMl, O l.iiearill, Klrbmiad, and llt-. Ita'tif the city: and within stiil cHt'h lim tied roier ol aaid city, and ha not been a w uwav ,,..:i oll.,.n. f tl.. VUIIII,II, k. .I..I. T I ..llinff real i,nw.rt- fnr I.T.. ll.. .wa vww sod LlcsrsUisa of tk Wooib, IucMmUl MJ lirviliril Qylclfwlsad imimI (ViuluflaUI. Hunt. I. Uamorrbsr or lloodlag, Pilufot, Rnrpratsd or lit collector ahall sell the least aliml it, tlie cltr marahal mar and authnrix trontinuour and bona tide resident thereof cated, kklnry Cvispltlot, Irrsgwsr of thla ed to aerve any cirll proceaa or writ iuued f"r at leaat lira year next preceding hit Sec7.AU money of the city, rained, I qnanllty thereof that will be Miillicient to I oOV for rani, for Ih balaac HunforJ.year, the and Is tfpwrlaSyMaaitraatlua, lbs I'ba.g. bt Ufa. n sad a.litrd to of J t. IHtla. la If LYNCH III! Ml, lA.V!l.l.i', SUlJIOl.V election: and tinlr he ha betn a regu- oilfecledorreceiyeij,.by from aiidlreiu'riilUle. to Mill city cortft. or taxes, (Pay amount ol taxe, witii damage rented prlraltly Wfoic, will rant ll al suctioo nil fni fur fsmpbkt frr. All latun oi Inquiry an traaly annfrr-Addrra a abort. 8tc 8. Any party to unit pending in larly practicing attorney for one year next licentW.rjieailtiesortitlierwlse.T'fnallJie ,and owls. If necessary, from want of County Court day Iu Ktbriiary. flMVKK, ' tun l.iOl-- r nv sM.i.imitioiKTf. fu hii.i: bottla. ll. Mr. sod atk J. f. the city court may have a charge nf venue preceding pi election. he may paid into the treasury, and the aame ahall bidder, or for any other cau-Prtca ssii sLt TrutlesJ. l Hou.1 Dr. Jlartbld'a I tcrln Catbolkoo. Taa BO olbar the whole of the projieriy leried on; to any court ol competent be done by all officers, eren when the city in I ijtall ffiallbe the duty.o t!ieCity I" ..Uncoil! ounty upon laakinj oath ihnLhe loffrayt tofgive legil advto.wiee4iy may ,ba. owing them: and nn money shall and if no one will bid the full amount of VirRinia St North Carolina FolnU. believe he cannot have a fair trial in aaid f council when called upon, an bpreHit Ix.drawn therefrom, except by Ih author- - i taxes, damage and coat due, then the at the meeting thereof: to prosecute all itr of the city council, unon an order niirn. marshal, or tax. collector aball bidthuume "citrcourt Sea 9. The pleading, practice, and penwn in the city court charged with a ed by the mayor, and countersigned br Ihe J in for the city of Stanford, and ll ahall I'ullmsk Cosiiiu AiTacuaa. . MVe t,e ,ame tj,e to ,afj prony ,0 city clerk. uiodcipfrireeecliire in; aaid city,. court ahall violation of the law, ordinance or of the city : to attend to all of their ' purchaaeU ttiala private purchaser would be governed by the Kentucky Code of Sec 8. Thi assessor for the city of Stan Tor Ikkrla and furlbtr iBfuauat'ou, . ii)r I. civil litigation j to inatitule.auita 'practise la civil ajid.crimlntL canea,, , ford, inaddrthnte the oath herein pre-- 1 hare. After making a sale of t y, the VBurnirrai lltkn .Hie, r sdJrau W.W. - SticMl: TheS'tanTord city cWrt ahall E. II. BURNSIDE, Munroe. ttlt. Kit lahl auj l'wrn(t Al'l, fur the enforcement of the for scribed, ahall take each oath, and give) marshal, or tax collector ahall give the Ky. be a court of record, and tlie rcirdt tbero. feiture of recognizance and bait bond in uch bond lofl!iecity, and administer inch . purchaser hi certificate of ale, which B m Sk H ""133 flKW of, er certified' copiea of the atme, orer tlie the city court : and the enforcement of all oath to the, person fisted for taxation, aa 'hall contain a description of the property Old and Woll Known '. W.NMITII, II. W. rtll.l.KR. This Uab'l Maaai.r, A 1' Ua.'l the ienature of the ilidve nf aaid rmirt. iudgment airainat offender; and for hi asaesaora are required by law to take, girr, i old, with the price and time of aale. The Hotol Still Maintains UllllSOSD, Vitiu. O ahall ' be fir W'ifice Jnc' anyj xoilrtiof Ihi j acrrice ahall be paid aa hereinafter and administer; and ahall be controlled aa f rertifiote shall be recorded in the Lincoln High we.tilb ridel. far aa the ssme are applicable, by the law I County Clerk' office within lixtydayc after t, .; AMD -- nd. He ahall hold hi term of office of the Slate prescribing the duties of coun- - the ale. Skc. 11 All fine and forfeitures recor- "BLUE-ORA8- 3 ROUTE." for two year, and until his successor i ap- - ty asseasors, and by uch regulation a Iti Proprietor it Determined that ereij in the Stanford city cpurt in" the Sec 8 The owner of any real ettate o STILL LEADS WITH THE 1unaBie of'the Comuionwealth of 'Ken'ttickr pointed a"hd iiualified. it Bhall be Second to bo Country may be .prescribed by ordioance'of the sold, or III gent, or Ilia personal reprenen f A. ..w w.Ja I Hotel ia the State in iu Fare, Sec. 2. No person liall be eligible to cny CTTuncii.- -" and in the name of tKe" city ot Stanford; tative, hi)l lfeaHAilhKA.t.aik redeem the Appointment, or Attenand all fine and forfeiture recovered be- - j the office of city marahal, collector, treasKENTUCKY GENTRHL R. R. Sec. 9. The Manl of supervisors ahall aame at any lime within two year trjin ure any justice of the peace holding this ureroraaaeasor, who i not at the time of conalat of three member, who ahall enter the day of aale, by paying to the purcha tion to Comfort of their Q&Mts. court in the city of Stanford are hereby hi election or appointment a qualified to- - tfpoii the discharge; of liieirl dutien.Opon ter thereof, or to the county clerk, the j 'granted to thecily of Stanford. And aaid ter of the city, and ha not had a settle their appointment, TUB MOHT imiltUBLK IIOUTK .T- Ube discharged amount for,wh!ch aid property w sold, i Batcays will Uraaiir U aa rrsaa per cent. damage there-- ! ifine when collected ahall be paid over lo nient Wi the.cily, and obtained proper upon the completion of their dutiea. Any with twenty-fivfrraafrkarit. Karrlal srrswissdstlsas t. aemberot said board may swear any wit- on. aod all cost thereon, aod. all taxes k the city treaaurer of tha city of Stanford. voucher3. er a quietus. tsl'.MHtrrlslTraxltrt. Tk. Bar will b. Sea 12. A return of no propertr. on a Six'. The city clerk before he enters ness examined before It. It shall be the paid by the purchaser after his purchase, Uajt lasillvd wllb tbs rh.lrMl upon tfteouuee ol his oluce may be re- duly of said board to examine, with care, and Interest on the whole of said aunt at braa4tsfLlaaart aal llatrt. ia writ of fieri fue'uit issued on any judgment arallaat l.lrrrr laltsrkd. ' cent, per annum from in the city court, ahall authorize an attach- quired toexeeute a covenant (o the city of the assessor of books, and to correct any er ''(e rl,e l'er T1IKOMI.Y LINK UUKNINtl ment out of equity, in favor of the btanloru, witu gooil aecunly, lo be approv- rors.of the assessor, whether in fact or in ine nay or aaie. ttnen juiyineni ahall I nn i twtjg 4w, or of the city of Stanford, or ed by the council, conditioned for the 'relation" to ihe'valiutlon'of tiny protierHy hagf been so made, a provided herein, the any plaintilTagalnat the chose in action prompt payment to the proper authorities listed; and In case where they ahall be of purchri or ihe county clerk shall enter or elleel of the defendant, in the aame ' of any money co'Iected by him as said opinion that ny of the properly ha not in tlie record hook, on tbe margin thereof, AND SELL THE BEST -- HrtWKKHmantier that a return of no properly an clerk, and for the faithful performance of been correctly rained, to lira proper value next tu the certificate, the fact of audi Ihorizei an attachment In eiiilly on judg hi duties a clerk. on the aame; and the aaid board shall have payment, and uch entry ahall be a full retlriak.) (A MadUlu,., aol BUGGY ON THE 1st. It shall be hi duty to make and tower to compel the attendance of wit lease of any lieu or incumbrance by rea- mentsTendered in circuit court. COSTllSt XoxliiaCloii ik ml CtlKlllllllltl. Seo 13, Apoal and writ of error keep a full and complete record of the acta nesse before them. The boird. ilurinir iu son Ihereol. Iinii 4 lltn'K, III fill', from the decision and judgment and doing of the city coipieil In a book sessions, may receive the tax list of any hall lie Slc !. If the proierty sold for taxes is FOR THE MONEY. llAM)i:i.ltlN, ol t:ie city court to the circuit court or Kept lorjmat, purpose : and'eacli law, person omitted by tbe assessor, and enter j not redeemed Iu the time and manner TIMKTAHI.K, IN KKKEtvf UUCU If, Islji- ptus l'i bot a si.tlaaTMspir. 1.14114 county in all civil cane where the ulatlonor'eeHflance passed by Mid conn the same upoii the aatetuor'n book. They herein required, it shall then bj the duty SEND FOR CATALOGUE uriisuliirrsM amount in controrersr. exclusive nf inter, cil shall be'adread at laree br.kiiu on aaid shall annex their certificate that they have of the city attorney to prepare, and the eats and costa is twenty-fir- e marshal in office lo execule a deed there-esBdollar and record, and he ahall furnish. a copy thereof examined, corrected and approved the Lra. Iilogl. .I7iM a sal Ml . u AND TESTIMONIALS OF ' Mart, Hie. ... 4S AI over; and in Criminal cases at la now and for publication whenever required to do book, and leave it with Ihe clerk of .for to the purchaser, which ahall convey IbeMoinrb Itflwrla. llluoJ. u ' I'M anlf U pwi " l'trla.. . . ,, ,f,a.a pTT " IJtrr. ksiin- - ip.nitw so by lb council. may hereafter be regulated bv law. thecily council. The aald board 'all, in the lull and perfect leiral and eouitable ti " CroU'ltot.. llriM-itd ,. . IU tuu.u.. UUW LulHsUluUyraitvlallr HUNDREDSQF LIVERYMEN aia J. ID n m H ml. It shall be the furthtr duty of aald no case increase me valuation of any prqu tie thereto; era 14 ineatanford city court ao far I Kstuioulk 'to 00 a u Arr CUcluiiiil a It its police court and court of Inquiry, jplerk to- - make and deliverK.copy of the ertr fixed by the assessor until the owner . Sec lt. Nothing herein shall be con'It 41 . w CM bio SIOOO IN COLD. de-HAVE USED THEM " 'i "I WHO ahall always be open for hearing and assessoi'keok aa Boon a practicable, to thereof Wall hare had due tiotice to show strued Ut prevent Ihe iiarsht, or tax colwill hfiuidror s rMtlirj,llMiie'.irf or st termlnlng such cane an a sing!' judge by the marshal nr collector oftaxea of .laldj ciu.wuvjkiliall not.be increased. Ur. Uilagtoa w. 4J1 p. m. and arrlrtlleatre St lector from levying the taxes at any time b ip. or for siii llituic ln,.ura urliiiuriuut ii. Kres rrlor Car fusiid I Hutu. nun vare 111s reveim or a He same. me uinauuiiion anu law ui 1111s oiaie mar after the tax hooka come to his hands: and AKTICLK VII. Leslugl.BalMls.ia.ajidUatm Ak )our driiKSlU.fnr linn lllltrr aii.ltrr The shall luve the aame right and power to ' hear and determine without the interven- 'nl it. shall be hi dutyfo Issue such KI.KCTIOKB'AND TER1IS OF Ol'VICK. Cluclnnsltst I p.m. Hum bclur. juu alr,i. Tubw uu uiker, IT .1. I. .11. tion of a grand or petit iurr: and such licenses "aTHru auuiunzeu jj' act. and Sec, 1 The cily council may provide garnishee tor isxe mat, snerm nave, and II I ( lisnsl,KiMtSsnillimt.M, rur.for court may make audi rule and regul- the city ordinance, and coffee t the price one or more rotlng places in the city, when in rucli mailers he shall proceed in th i.pliuu, iuUmu aod Uruaasuiisw, mo ..Ci0!.cunl",l", "" laClaclaastl lor all rate . ation for the ieedy hearing and tlierrfurMiii,.all case befnre?iuing the it may be dtemed necessary and prescribe uiiiu manner a sheriff are required lo uar. ut hurtk.rtt and Weal, ritwrlal rales U Kaul(rabla. Baoaawwawa Bass roa tim-Lia- . Atk the Agent at Ihe il awaaawawjai idscea sir s of all audi case n taafTurd rea- same, which he shall p.ijrover. together the limits of audi rotlng place or places. proceed, except in this: The proceedings r ul h. "Wo. Ilrsaa Koute. Itound-tri- p A sonable notice to the parlice, and a prompt with nnr other money collected by him, within which, persons shall be residents, tu hall be before the Ulan ford city court: and COLUMBUS aWi -ih. llikela from il.j. till. and UduglM I. I I OHIO. ) m.t I....I ..I...I..I..I....I.... ui jusucr. Tu,0.l. to Ihe tresaurrr of the city, and report the be entitled to role al such place or places; jsiid court i given juri'dlction of aame. tu Id al reduced rates. nuuiiiiiBiraiiuii. IIKKKRKNCIM .. .. .. I'.rralesun boaaxbuld . gwbda and western tick. " dec lo. ro ieraon shall be eligible lo Mine to the city council hsodllDg cIkc. II. the marshal or tax collector I bs meet but no election poll shall beheld in any UaMTLawrs joui LIIA-4.Is.addreaa A. HAriLKTT. wagons, iibssl.ai, ate., fur lb. Ilrawalrr alJs-ta-r the office of judge of the city Court unless Ing. ' coffee house, or other establishment within lull make a report in writing to the lien, Klulgratlan Act., Gutlngton, Ky. jiaal fuur yeira. .Irtu 4th. The clerk ut the end or each fiscal which spiritotl', vinous 'or malt liquors of 01 the city, at lead clerk, aigned by the one making the tttlifaclUq tusll ho far Ib.y bar. lUtiil, eulirsI WJLLARD HOTEL LOTTERY lie oe a inaie DRAWING! whu bsrs buiibt JAWIUti KII.NHT, (I I'.AT.A. sil twenly-onyears of age, and ha resided year shall make a public expose of Ihe anv kind are kept or sold. Ale, within twenty d after a sale of real cipect totwsbl. ti sell (rrst usuy wor. tbla ,r.tluui y.srt. Truitliif caaon a a lima Uc resident in the limit of the financial miidllion of tlie city, and therein lath February, 1882, Seo. 2. The cily udge ihall. before ere estaie aa' provided herein, showing where yuu tbD aur uf lb. sll tu fill ordrn lirounlly, 1 sin, will be abl. le wa made, jind in whom, and for city at least one year next proceeding his exhibit toe receipt and expenditures for ry city election, appoint suitable persons a the Nicholas llsuka, Llrtrjaiau. OR MONEY REFUNDED I thi- - last fiscal year. election and nosseaset audi other nuali.1 officer of he election two persons a what price, and giving h description of the Ijifajrtlf, lad. DARBY'S' cttiom a are required for county judge. fitli.jUpon the resignation, removal, or judge, due as sheriU) and one a clerk of land sold as fully as he i able to do; which (iKNTCUuas Uuisvillk, .MorrmbrrlO, nil. W.liaraUrn utlnx arx iu 11 neiiever a ricsncy snail oc the expiration of hi term of office, he Jhe election. , Officer of al) city elections reimrt shall be reiiirdeil br the county your w.rk In Clarke county fur lb. aiiJirlllnK Keaiilvnt, Tbat lbKrHoard of loiumliatonrr isut lour cur in aald office It thall be filled by an ahall, upofTapplicition, deliver to hi suc- shall be governed In all matter, not In- clerk. The fee for recording same aie to years wllb tb. beat utlafactiou tu curaelvH and ! " lt"HBitol lb Drawlug of Hit polntmenl by the city council until ihe cessor, or such jierson aa th council may consistent with thl charter, and lie liable be pild try the cily ol anlord, and taxed cuitoiiirra. Your buulea ara unlmaally Wlllard Hotel Ullery 1111III tlie Mllidsy br our ruiwucra to I,. tb very but rusry. imil.tnd that tbey will nut content utloFeb, auy rrgular election for city countll ia direct, all books, paper and record be- to the (Knallle Imposed by the law of thi as a. part nf the cost pf the sale, next ruling or niuaii u( iire-fur tb.iirlrs lint tan b. bouibl Iu lb. country prereuted, held, and until hi successor I elected and longing to hi office, and all furniture or Commonwealth governing elections of State Sm 12 Any minor, married woman, Your Combination (tyring llunr itiirooounrod furlktf bualwlirlilelltotlb.aaBl., Houkkt MaLLoar, Cbalrmau. U Iters purified A braled. belonging to the city and upon officer.! qualified. laboring under dlsabllily, by all to b. lb. finril, softrtt, sod nstlnl ridluK or other rou priqieily Hy Ih. bov.rraolutlon tint drawing louttsud NihhII Vox Iiugrtu. prtrrntedsud wsgou buggy now la uh. lour llr.wtttrtld.-bs- r Skc. 17. lU(rt he enter upon hi du- failure so to do he ahall be subject to the hall have one rear alter the removal of It t.rtslnlr wllbout a iltal. Takls all In all. will U bad on tb. day Sard, nr money Ulttrlbaied Sec. fl. All election under this charier cured, Wouudt bealnl ties the city judge shall receive from the aame Seven a nit penaltle prescribed by law by the qualified roter of the city ahall be the disability, in which In make the re- w. firsrlndy ssy tbst your buutra isnnut b. uara iu Until let fed. Bturt.y eared In raidly. If cnuughtltk.lear told befur s alrt Oorernor of Kentucky a commission a for clerk nf thl Commonwealth. nra roc, and ahall be held between the demption provided fur herein; but the Wat.n In Ib.roualry forttjU, fluitb,and dura- - drawing will be bad, sad not leu dtt Used, tb. r Um will U lliua. uiuiy, louniruiy, Set) A". The citr marshal ahall be elect hour of G o'clock in Ihe morning, an I 7 committee nr next friend of a tuch, which shall be granted to him upon of T.lll. .1.1.1 ,.k Tksssst A Mo,u. (if ru through tb. ntpers. ll la p.i(Miir Laruikw. Vvt (for. Throat ll It a hi furnishing a certificate of election ed by the city council, and hold his office o clock In toe evening. unsound mind, shall be allow ol only live Vrrlngltld, Oblo. XiIHI' OP IMllSflEH. ' : vuiuaiiou ueairojeu, Hltk roomt ku from the officer of election, and thereupon for iheJeTwnf ine rear, and Until hi sucyear from the day nf rale, or two year afHiaJ. 4 All law in .force iq I nillard H.tel wlilt all Ukmtliui sud liar, had In llrerv now fur Th Matures aud rurpllurs. IU $250,000 rilled and mad idcaum. lertred alck persuna re ,he shall before the county udge, take the cessor i' elected and qualified. punishing illegal rotlng at the ter notice in writing by the iurchaer, to oir two Jeara, ru uv bar a iwt tsint dollar lor tie , luld added to ll.a'w.l,,, btfl white ctmi'l I.e. On Itesldeuc. 00 (Iresn Mlrectu oath prescribed by thli charter and uch on Ibtu, sud Ib.y look nearly sa guul 1st lie lull before entering upon the Stat elections shall apply to illegal rotlng redeem the ssme, though lite disability 119,000 11,000 aireeiM, lost aecured by Hi uh other oath a are prescribed for civil offi- dulie of his office, execule bond, with e In the city nf Stanford, for all cltr officers, shall continue longer, The notice afore-si- d naw. Uar. bad buggies of MT.ril otb.r ia. ueaiueiu. on ureeiiai,(1XI .. Two I'rlset, snd Mud uuii.su 10,000 la bathing, shall be returned hr the officer execu- liuggj Cuuiiau;'a buggl.t. goudta tb. Columbus Two I'a.li rrlses, each IJ.OuO .... cers br the copslitu lion and law of Ken- - curily, payable lo the city of Stanfurd,and subject tu all the provisions of thi charter Cmh (aeb lUitpeetfully, 4,000 Impure Air made liaru. ting It, or Ihe person giving It to the counKirs sth I'rlset, each 11,000.,.. , lucky, which oath shall be, Indorsed on 1,000 T. K, lltpsUMAM, ived by the cily council, conditioned touching the qualification of the voter. h and purified b DIjikthcrlH Kir. Coli Prliei, ttdi Soo, ... Couycrt, (leorgls. 1.M0 prlnkllng llarbr'. the said com mission by the county judge, that he will well and faithfully perform Seo. 6. The city council ahall judge nf ty clerk, who shall record and index tbe Kirty Utb lrlses. each 110- 0A,tM eluldabuuL and which commission, with its aald en- f his office, and will nay over Ihe'quallflcation, eleolions and roturn of sine, with the rulurii thereof, in the prop1'rljM, each 150... tlKKTLtuaa: Tb. bugglra I bar bad of your On. Hundred Latb 9,000 Tupurlf; Ih. brea lb I'revc'Mlvil. lo.ooa iiitoufsclur. bar glt.u u. tollr. latlificiluu. Hre Hundred la.h 1'rlus, each I'M.. . dorsemenU, ihall be recorded iu the clerk' and account for all money collected by Its members; and case of contested elec- er record bonk in hi office .i.au. in. i.eia, ll 1,000 Shi" i:i. No lauds within Ihe city limits Tbsy srs lb. butt I bar rer uawl fur lb aiul. tins net i liar t urullurt, can't bturssMid, office of Ihe Lincoln county court, finet. or tion for anr city officer ahall be heard and him unon elocutions, ramus uu rm iiaoo , Youra trulr. 000 Seo. 18. The judxe of the city court uuicrwise, as marsnai, unuer ine iienaiuea determined by Ihe council under such of Stsil'Old shall he snbiect tu cily tax fur suiuuul of money. I). Colli, Uterjmto. Ou Hsndauis. bllrer Tut bet dUlpjIrd. Hblp It ..u. 11, 100 Choleraneuiore su unpiesasut?tr pnieated by rv-400 IIuim Old iluurbun Whltky 1)1 Joplln, UUaourl, suy purpose, unless the Mine be laid oil ball be a conservator of the peace, and' and condition of bond given by consta- rulea aa may be prescribed by ordinance. (W) odors. Csttrrh 10 Bsakct Cbauotgos tZi.. .. ...... IM Ilsird and cured. Ltriluelaa eumd. llurm rb building lots, or ihall be im issue warrant of arrrat fur all nf ble for the performance of their duties juay PEC. 0, The poll books ot all elections into town nr 0 KMTl.au a. I bsv Uu eoouMltd Willi lb Mr. lluudred Ctab I'rUet, each 1 10.... Hears prertuted In caws oa 3.000 Iiered luilsnlly. lenee sgalmt the law pf the blate or onli and before entering upon the duties of hi in Ihe city shall be returned by the clerk proved with building thereon; but the ruauufactuniufanddesliug In buvglcs for llltecu 400 lluie. Hut WIum) ... .. W.OCO dcilb la Ik. b.uM, II years. Your work doea b.i look lik.uott factory 200 lWlta Itoberlaoii Covbty Wbliky, 130,, nances of the city, and for thos commit office, he 'lull take the oath herein pre- - of tbe election to the clerk of the city, residences, gardens and yards therein atC.UOO should alwiyt Uuaed work, but la smoothly llolihed In wood, Iruu, 400 Hotel llaraua Clsara. 110 1,000 ted within hi Presence mar order arrest scriuvu : anil in addition to tti Pond nam who ahall keep Hum on file and Issue cer- tached, iif all persons Included in said Mlnllug bout tks curpw and trlmuilsg. Mr Hundred Cain Prluw, each 110 . . tiwd In s.ooo will pravtst auy boundary, hall be ubieel lo taxation. Columbus lluggy Cuuny'sMsltrlt) bat urortdlb. warrant, the person offending lo ed, he ihall ezrcul bond fur Ihe Mthful tificate to the oHJcera elected. bogitUi to lutll. AMOUNTINO "be dealt with according to law of the discharge of his duties In the collection of TO t9,l50. l.t.,.n.ln tiro. 7. The first general election under 1'rvtuUJ, That if aald residences, yard and b. , Of tb. bit. Thar run llwl.l ..... .. ,, bar bought jour bugslttar IUI. C'Hrcd An AoilJol. lur pula. State or ordinance of the city. gardens contain more than two acre, and ws coiiulr wbo glr. tb. beat ofutlifscilou. the taxes and revenue of said city, and thtscbarterahall be held nn lUe.fint vegttsbi. lesed lby Whole tickets, tl, bslret. It; ouarttla, Ii. IU- OBI. tllBMI. Ac. Bto. IV. the Judg shall liar power to pay over ,the same lo ihe .proper persoifri 1882, at whlctii)vthere are attached to, and form a put nf the fours truly, lultuuirs may beusd. by lisnk Check, lCi IHi,l.a ... n.iurefnaia E. K. Wsi-r- . u .no nail ui iiuiuiuk ini cuuii p in in ami in aiiiiiunga relating luerelo, ahall be nan ue elected ny the uuauueu voters,-- me farm of the owner or owners, then not Ilal Money Order, or Iteglalsred Mall, lletuuu- roututsuil Luapiult Wlncbctlcr, lilt. title agtutt wauled st sll udutt. fur Cln ultra. sicklow rarer ertdlcsled. reowred byIsUium. Yelth business before. him may re- - governed by Ihe cily council res'fUircretiurt city council and city judg The more than two acres, including the It th glut la bet glTlUg quire, but the regular term of ssld court, 2nd The city marshal ahall appoint hi councilmeu at the first seaslon of the city idence, shall beaubject to city lax; nor vv.ci). wiuiy. Dliinfectaat and Purifier unless changed by the city judge uponj Own deputies, and may revoke the WILI.A UU IIOTKL, i.ouiavii.i.t; ky. l' council, succeeding their election ahall ap. ahall any live stock kept for grazlng.brced-Inraarsaau av notice, shall be held on Ihelment at pleasure, and shall be responsible point a city attorney, city marshal, and from, and cultivating farming land MiUOilKIITtJ A STAflll, AflKNTri. .. J. Ill XEMN'wV first Saturday iu each month of the year, Un his official covenant for their acta. any other officer herein prorided for. Dealer for Lincoln and Garrard O01. within Ihe limits of slid cily, be taxed. hTANKOllli. KY. Mauufiiturlug 1'biultti, Hul. I'mprlelort. BmMtthh$tm$mM a jcx". J tt rp ?Tt i i'Jir n .an-thw- ' i. j. ii. iiocki:h IIIi,il., -l T, 8tlg aft.r-noo- a. lr, "''' ! ytr -- Kffc; jimm: j. pimiiPN y. y MSSIEfM rt i:n(jm:.han f e aeed, EED NUi.L -t I stZirKZUI x iL.pratail - J Daugherty &Hyde Ki:.TOKY, -- elec-there- in i. oaicpi:mkh nid jf -' I. Fine Carriages, Buggies, ! tN J itno.vN 1, IKN.Mf.TO -t offlfrr-ol-.- U -- AND 'plt,lt PHAETONS. acr-lc- flrtl-clja- -- g, I ..... CAiiifiim-TiHmmi- ie n- -. ...... vp a mtm KENTUCKY'S ROUTE Chesapeake Ohio'RvR. .i. I ' ...... i..,.l -- rclf .!-.- " fr .i!. t -i 1 ,,.,. i.-.-- T imi ,1.1k...... .. l-'d- -- - rr.lu4i 2 .;., --- DR. ""v.. J. B. MARCHI8I, 1 exrc-utei- .XfoV. FJEUINE -- rs-to- a . InCfpnip ..,. Storr-llco- t., 1 pin. te I e, piri-ilicii- in 'H I 1 by-la- . ocpro-ceedin- g re.-I- '- ftllitt S ;MTERS HOTEL, its STANFORD. KY, Propr. Reputation, Li-lo(to- a, i y UMfflRTl M1ESTI EClf 1HTHEW0R1D. r.'r m fl, -- M m and-elral- l e laaal i CINCINNATI! '" HOP BITTERS. (free parlor1 cars I GLOBE a- lllaea-ra- tii OUTtK . t . lulllt lilpa . 1 Ii T. .ill dter-minin- H g 1KU! Ip 1 sbur.-nau- lliue-fo- 1 .... ..... m ..-- ' e Groat Germ Destroyer, Prophylactic Fluid iiiari-iiuiuer- iron thlaCmi-monweatt- , , v,-- .... - INch rift 11 appoint-Xressoavb- g GEO. I. WEAKEN,