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Texas Lor W. P. WALTON, T. R. WALTON, - . illtor and Proprietor. Business Manager. SuilSCKMTION, J52-5- Pan ANNUM. A Utter from Kltlt Inlrrivr Jntnnl California. iiiu A copy of your excellent paper found its way into otio of tlio households of the for Wot. Thinking that a few lines from California would 1m of interest to an Eastern reader, I have determined to writo contributfon if you think it 11 small "worth publishing. California is a country; thcrcforo I will attempt nothing but common plico remarks. Farming i carried on on n grand scale, Farms are called raiichen, ami somo ol the largest ,aad mbst beautiful of tbo world aro in this country. Many ranches compriso from two thousand to fifteen thousand acres of land. The land U plowed In tlio winter and spring, or as u termed, summer fallowed; it is sown down in grain tlio next fall, and tlio raina nro nil that the farmer hoes for until they come. Thcso oro joyfully welcomed, for they insure good crops. On theso largo ranches tlio gang plow is used exclusively, with six and eight horse or tnulo teams. It is nothing new or unusual to see from thirty to sixty-fou- r horses or mules working ull in sight of each other. Tito hired men faro rather rough; at least it would nound so to an Eastern people. They furnish their own hod (which is a pair of blankets), and sleep in the barn. There is always a nnd a Chinaman to cook for the hired men. No matter what tho eleganco of the family dwclliug, tho and hired men are entirely distinct. When upper is over, tho men roll up in ithcir hiankeU and sleep until tlio sound of tho foreman's voice calls them to harness horses and preparo for breakfast nnd work. At, nr be lore suuriso, and often earlier, they aro plodding up nnd down tho long furrows. When the graiu is grown, and just heforo harvest, the plains for tnilcr), present tho appcaranco of wheat field. There aro no fences, buf fow houses, and moat of thoio aro mow deserted nnd look lonely as a miner's cnbin, they being uml only in plowing nnd reeding timo for cookhouses. Sometimes thcro will bo u barn. Probably tho owner will in toflrn or elsewhere. At this Hcasou of the year, which is tho last of January, tho country presents any thing but a wintry appcarauce. The J5eldivara green with growing grain. In fiiir" now part of this country, six miles West of Red Ultifl, tho ranches aro small. Tho fields aro dotted hero oud.thcrc with scattering oaks. The oil is so gravelly that threo or four years ago it was considered fit for nothing but sheep range. lint now thcso hills and plains of gravel faro 'fast.heing turned into beautiful homes nud homesteads. An enterprising pcoplofrom tho Kaqt arc the principal settlers, and' where miserable cabins farm stood, nro now pretty h'dusea. The sheep have beau crowded to a newer locality, aud Rod Bank ranks with tho prosperous, ns a comTho scenery is varied aud munity. picturesque. .To.tha Eajt and West arejuouataiu ehains with their snow peaks, Jnlmot throughout tho year. Aud to lira North, Mt. Shasta's snow capped summit is wrapped in eternal mow. Tho mountains aro covered with pine and the foot lulls with pi no aud oak. Tho game nro deer, and onco in a while n, bear. Flowers aro now blooming in tho opeu air. Myrtles and geraniums growing in tho yard,' aud all nrouud the mouutaiu Hero is tops aro covered with snow. every thing, but unfortunately, it is not all L. S. Red liluir, Cal. 'f ' ' vThe magnitudo to which tho Seed business has grown in thii country is an indication of tho extension and cultivation of a finer tuste for the useful and beautiful, and an ovidenco that our ptoplo aro becoming moro appreciative aud intelligent citizens. Wo cheerfully hail all who further these most desirable ends. Foremost of all aro tho great Seedsmen of Michigan, 1). M. Ferry fc Co., who by untiring euorgy und genuine zeul in their business Imvo douo moro than any other houso in tho country to spread tlio kuowlcdgo and cultivate tho tasto for intelligent gardening. Bonjllo them for their Illustrated'Secd , annua) or nil who apply and which 110110 who lovo tho MieuiTtifu'i 'should lib without, cook-houscook-house one-vas- t re-sitwo-story Do-tro- Tho Signal Kervico authorities Imvo planned nn extension of timo service, in this and other Atlantic ports,which promise, to linvo somo far reaching result. Nearly all tho vcracN engaged in tho Atlantic trndo rcgulato their timo by tho Greenwich standard, which from the vast predominance of tho British marino is Incoming tlio conventional standard tho world over. To lacilitato tho testing and regulation of ships' chronometers in our port it is now propoed to set up on tho high building of a timo-bnl- l tho Equitable Insuranco Company, to bo dropped hourly by Greenwich time. It is also in contemplation to establish strolling around after a a system of standard meridians at fashion, until the fates brought even hour distances from Greenwich, him to Texas. Here, as elsewhere, ho nnd the distribution of standard timo was a sorry dog, until two years ago based thereon In all our principal cithe obtained employment on the Col- ies. The meridian five hours (or 7fi) umbus division of tho I. & U. N. Road. Finding himself settled, and from Greenwich passes near Philadelyearning for tho old days, ho put him- phia. Tho proposition is (by disreself in communication with his wife garding tho odd minutes) to make from whom ho had strayed ten long Philadelphia time officially fivo hours years before. The affection of her ear- later than Greenwich timo, and tho lier days iho cherished still, nor did standard for the Eastern nud Middle sho hesitato when he called, but an- States. It is reasonably held that to swered quickly; aud in August Inst tho 12,000,000 people within twclvo tho two currents of lifo joined. Iloran minutes of tho Philadelphia meridian was plncod by tho company at Areola tho practical convenience of uniform in chargo of a section of tho road. time will vastly outweigh tho theoretWitli his wife ho went to his duty and ical inconvenience of having their discharged it, winning the confidence timo uniformly a few minutes too fast thereby of his employers and tho re- or too slow. Tho noxt standard hour spect of his colaborers. Thus their lino would fall near the meridian of lives sped on peacefully and --quietly St. Louis, Memphis nnd New Orleans, until last Wednesday, when tho hus- making the timo of the Mississippi band was taken ill. He paid little Valley exactly ono hour later than heed to tho malady until Thursday that ol tho East. Two other hour lines night, when he became worse, attri- would cross tho country near Denver, butable to tho fact that his wifo was Colorado, and near San Francisco, This would give four also similarly attacked. Neither ol California. standards for tho whole country, inthem would take medicino, albeit they grew worse each day. It seemed that stead of the forty now existing. they recognized tho inevitable, and Scientific American. wero prepared for it. At ten o'clock Kiss Me. Mamma. Sunday night Mrs. Iloran sank into "Kiss me, mamma, before I Bleep." tho slumber from which thcro is no How simple a boom, and yet how awakening, and nt tcu o'clock Mon- soothing to tho littlo suppliant is that day her husband followed her into tlio soft gentle kiss. The little head sinks dreamless land. A short time pre- coutcntcdly on the pillow, for all is vious to his death ho arose from his peace and happiness within. The bed, went to her trunk, took out tho bright eyes close tho rosy lips part few trinkets which sho owned, placed in a sweet smile, for tho littlo heart is them upon her person, reclined him- revelling iu tho bright and suuny self upon, his couch besido her, and, dream of iunocencc. kissing the cold face, dropped iuto a Yes, kiss it, mamma, for that goodgentle, peaceful sleep, from which' ho night kiss will linger in its memory never aroused. Two coffins were sent when the giver lies mouldering iu tho dow,n on the Monday morning train, silent grave. Tho memory of a gen-tl- o and it is a fact that nt the time they mother's kiss has cheered many a left hero ono of those for whom thoy lonely wanderer's pilgrimage, nnd wero intended was yet in tho land of has been tho lencoii light to illumine Houston Telegram. the living. his desolate heart, for remember lifo has many a stormy billow to cross, n Solidified Stimulus. Tho many jKsojilb who frequently rugged path to climb, aud wo know want a drop of something to make not what is in store for tho littlo one them feel right when thoy aro too so sweetly slumbering with no care or peaceful dreams,. cold or too hot, or too wet or too dry, I sorrow to disturb its fevered lips will will rejoico to hear that The parched and or something, dewy ugain, as recollection foreign chemists bavo discovered how brings to tho sufferer's couch a moth Hereafto solidify wines and spirits. ter a man should be able to carry cr's love a mother's kiss. Then kiss onoj erathey sleep; there somo Crumbs' of tho precious stuff In your littlo is magic power in that kiss that will his instead of going about to tho end of lifo. with a cork protruding from a pocket endurn even bluo-bloodc- d high-ttrune -e a vest-pock- Twclvo years or moro ago, back in tho Htntei, M. Hornn nnd tfio girl of his clioico wero wedded, and for n timo lived in tho full enjoyment of their bliss. Anon, however, n cloud legnn to gather in their domestic eky, no greater than n speck nt first, hut with tho fleeting days it increased, until tho pent up storm burst and severed them. Ilorau was no rich man's sou, educated, and but ho was a man for all that, and he loved his wifo with a lovo as warm und truo as ever loved tho more favored ol our kind his chosen mato in life. Hut tho cup of joy was not fur him then, and ho wandered away, Tho organization of Col. John H. Tho Louisville Commercial publishes McIIciiry's company of Union Min- tho following: At tho closo of the strels has been nt length perfected sermon, Brother Barnes related how and performances will bo given in all tho devil tried to head him off. Ho the principal cities nnd towns of Ken- had been trusting to the Lord for tho tucky ns soon ns tlio gentlemen com- 'restoration of his failing sight nnd posing tho troupo can chango their had, to show his faith, put asido his winter clothing 'or spring and summer glasses. Miss Mario and he had, at wear. The engagement of Gov. R.T. tho solicitation of friends, had their Jacob as bary tono nnd leader of the pictures taken, and ho was trying to mystic circlo of sablo harmonists se- seo what kind of an expression tho arcures to this high-ton- ! andoxclusivo tist had given his mug. Not being association of talent ono of ablo to see, ho took up a magnifying tho handsomest nnd of glass, as if it did not answer the same living artists. Col. Mark Muudy, al- purpose of cyo glasses, and gazed at so, tho ravishing young tenor, is a the picture. This was the work ot great accession. And iu Col. William tho dovil, and iu a day or two afterR. Kinney wo have, as an actor and wards his wifo shut tho drawer on his singer, a protean ot no mean order. finger, causing liim to forget for tho We understand that Col. Robert M. timo everything else, even his religion. Kelly has been induced to take the On Thursday night, in attempting to advanco agency for the company. Col. get from tho stago to tho floor, ho Kelly is a popular gentleman, and stepped on a chair, which gave way his acquaintance with the press, and and precipitated him in such a way facility with the pen, especially quali- that in ninety-nincases out of a hun fy him for this irnportaut and respon- dred he would have had the brains sible position. Wo know all theso dashed out of his pumpkin head. The gentlemen, and we can assure the Lord saved him, however, from such public, and especially tho ladies, that a late, and Brother Barnes attributes tho entertainment which thoy have to letting the devil persuade him to provided will bo of tho purest charac- use tho magnifying glass. He anointter. Nothing will bo said or done which ed himself for his bruises and says ho can bring tho blush of sharao to tho is now as fresh as a daisy. check of modesty. Tho programme "Papa," said little Harry the other will contain selection's from the latest evening, "is your laicer a gun; comic operas, with songs, ballads and my glees of a humorous and sensational "Why, that's a fuuny question, boy. Of course, he is not; he's a man." description, culled from chaste sources. It may bo further stated that Col. "That's what I thought; but lost night don't Will S. Hays is engaged at the pres- when youngMr. June, that you kissed sister Mary, over the front ent moment, assisted by two pianos like, told him to be careful or and a hand organ, upon the composi- gate, she father would hear; and Mr. June said: tion of music for those touching lines 'Pshaw, I ain't afraid of that old son of Col. McIIenry, beginning of a gun;' and then they both laughed, "Adieu, democracy, adieu." and be kissed her again. Ain't that A Forty Thousand Ton Blast. funny?" The old gentleman was ab A great blast, which lias been pre- sorbed in thought, and did not reply. Stenbenville Herald. paring for nearly a year at tho limestone quarry cl the Glcndon Iron comMitf. 1'autinotok 8ayr, Don't take pauy, near Easton, Pa., was fired re- any of the tpiack roalrnm, an the are cently, and forty thousand tons of regimental to the human ajaletn; but put rock were dislodged. Four tunnels, your trunt In Hop Hitter which will cure each fifty feet long, were run into tho general dilapidation, costive habits and all hillside, and at their end two cham- comic diaeawn. They tared Ixaac from a severe extract ol tripod fever. They are bers were built at right angles, each the ne jjut unum of medicines. Iioston eight feet long. Ten tons of powder Globe. wero used, nnd when the electric current was sent along the wire, the face 1 of tho rock, fur a distance of 150 feet and a height of 25 feet, was blown out like a wavo, and the rock abovo SweetOllaTye, Song & Chorus. this excavation sank into the space Words by James M. Leath; Musio by with a roar. Lecn Lovoy. first-class best-drebse- d e Courier-Journal. THE UNITED STATES MAIL tttyvcfiitt& QTODC j"1- -w"- yjVMIYr'A RiNcsceen yuoor. it our o ovoiy man's sr Ws&k&m. -- . 1 V -- founded IL1TU1 j- - and Prices. ira. Address D. Handsome Illustrated Catalogue LANDKETH & SrjSEEDS aro not sold In your "'town, drop usa Postal Card for SONS, Philadelphia. MATTRESSES, CHAIRS, F. STUKENBORa & BRO., ITXlZRIIsrillTI CJIKIEUII Mtnntuturrrt anil Dealer, In A i iD.liof .Parlor Suits, &c. No. 9 and French 11 Etwt Pcttrl Nlrcol, CINCINNATI, O. A e - gaarf iMP-lfffli (W " YOU WILL SAVEIOTOISrEIlCKNT.ON bill offooli t our bouw. Dressing-Casp H Mi vBI IH ScU, with Large Glass, 850, 8G0, S75 A Upwards. Bureau Sets, $20, 825, 830 and up. Marble-To- At m, v9 !&fl - 99 HU j rib! Lbbbbi I" Parlor Suits, Seven Pieces, Either in Hair, Cloth or Terry, At 830, 835, 840, 850 a Upwards. ly invited to call and see onr stock of goods, whetherthey wish to par chase or not ' IE3J w9l li3l 191 Visitors to onr city are respectful- iSfflLllBHrllH No. A II Knt Ml., Loner Nltle, NenrMnlit, Cliicliiiintl, Ohio, IIEMKMIIKR THE ri.ACK, Si dry BOOTS, E. D S: CO. Invite the attention of the people to their new Fall stock of goods,notion;s ., . It ' OXaOT73E3:iNrCSi-- , SHOES, HATS, TRUNKS AND VALISES. - They call especial attention to their stock, of DRES8 GOODS, 1NX TRIMMING, Hew Music Also to their stock of Cltohing, Boots and Shoes, which have been selected with care, and they feel confident that Jet, tho well known substance used by Indies as a black ornament for per- A New & Popular Song Just Issued. sonal decoration, is a mineral, and is The row in ninJett beauty mij (low, Tba IllT IU frigrint iweelneu tbow! nothing more nor less than a species The Uliei In uatcblesi beautjr uujr vie, ISul nana art to wrelf ai,weei tnia i je. of pitch coal, found iu detached masses, grained like wood, splitting horiTbit heart, tbit TOlce o iwcet rn.l clear, Lacb wlnotneebarm now ,rown aotlear; zontally, light and moderately hard. My lore lor you can nerer die. My heart rllnpi la tweet Olla Tye. It is often cou founded with cannel coal, which is much harder than jet, :tit rriila. Sendfor Muple ropy of IIK.MI AM A' CO., has no grain and splits in all direc- the Muttcal reole. II. IM Arcade, Clnclonat, C. IS- it tions. Jet is not easily fused, and re quires a moderately strong heat, burn flame. Stanford Female College. ing with n fine, greenish-whitTho value of jet consists in its suscep STANFORD, IIY. tibility to take a fine polish. e ' They are able to Show the Nicest and the Best Line Of these goods ever exhibited in Stanford. GEO. D. WEAREN, STANFORD, LANCASTER and HUSTONVILLE, DEALEtt IN Grain Wool, Orchard Grasss and other Seeds, of lits coat, aud instead of iuyiting his boou companions to tlio -- noarcst bar ho can oiler them a braocr trom a neat box up larger than a cigar rose. Bettor yet it is said. that in the tho liquor process of solidification loses its smell, so uo man after re freshing himself need rack his brain for plausible explanations to" nwuW to his wifo about the aroma of cloves or coffeo that ho exhales. Under the uew and solid dispensation tho will not, as heretofore, be tho most important portion of a traveler's baggage, aud evou in Ibston tlio wayfaring man will bo able to stimulate iu full sight without being arrested. When election day is about duo a candidato will not need to keep "open houso" at every rum shop iu his district; ho need only carry a pocketful of ucat little boxes of solidified patriotic inspiration aud distribute them freely. cork-scrow Rev. Chas. F.t Deems- tells of a young man who is constantly at war with his appetite for liquor, though ho nover permits himself to tnko a drop. Neither his father nor grandfather wero addicted to its use, but his great grandfather was au habitual druukardi Thus are tho sins of tho father visited upon tho children unto tho third generation. Dr. Dooms says of this case of. hereditary impulse, ''I think it, is extraordinary only in the perfect resistance which lie has made to his strong inclination." - -- When a man who was profanely expressing his opinion to one who had sold him somo kind of a quadruped, and by way of compliment called it n horso, the jockey replied, "You aro commauded to swear not at all." The victim iustantly replied, aud with a wit which he did not exhibit when examiuing tho quadruped ufurcmeu-tioneCokns. To euro corns take ono "Sir, I obey tho command. measure of coal or gas tar, ouo of M Woirrii Knowing. Every little I swear not nt all, but only at such saltpetre aud ono of brown sugar; mix while we read of some one who has fellows ns you." well. Take a piece of old kid glove stuck a rusty nail iu his foot, or some The old world newspapers which and spread a plaster on it the size of other part of his person, and lockjaw locato the Hudson river in Arizona tho corn, and apply it to the part afhas resulted therefrom. All such aud place Philadelphia on the shores fected; bind on aud leave for two or wounds can bo .healed without fatal of Lako Michigan a"ro at lust avenged. threo days,uud then remove, und tho consequences following them. It is The Chicago' jfVi'6uiie begins an edito-ria- j corn will come with it.' ouly to smoke such wound, or any upon tbo laud of the Nile by saySix women have been burned to wound or bruise that is inflamed, with ing that "Tlio worst tsqueezed lemon deatli iu their beds the last month, burning wool or woolen cloth. Twen- in Europe is Egypt." Spriugfiold but all wero married, of coursu. Tho ty minutes iu tho smoko will take the Republicau. they einglo pnes sit up all night-7-i- f pain out the worst cao of inflammutiou Tho Albauy "(nT"y.) Perforated bavo tho least encouragement. m arising from any wound we over saw. 0 Wrapping Paper Compauy nro makA poet says "futo each Jjfe somo o ing a uew article of stationery, con- raiu must fall." This is particularly Iu North Carolina thcro aro cotton-mill- s in operation, aud sisting of a writing tablet to which is tho case when some fellow lias stoleu six others aro iu progress aud nearly attached a roll case containing a roll your umbrella. completed. There nro ulso Jour or of paper, which is drawn out upon Au election, like a circus; hr generLowiu operation fn "tho the face of the tablet ready lor, uso as ally, carried on under cauyass. fivo woolen-mill- s ell Cornier. fast as wanted. old North Stale." fifty-thre' According to the Frankfort Yeoman, the latest stylo in social circles is ns follows : "When one of them sends a curd to a young lady requesting her company to a hop or public entertainment, he always places in ouo comer the significant letters 'B. N. N. II.,' which, being interpreted properly, mean 'Bad night no hack.' Tho young lady sends her conditional acceptance, with the letters, 'U. B. O,' 'unless bolter offer'"' ii Senator Voorhees, says : I have cured myself of rheumatic gout by a simple remedy taking lemon, juice in warm water twice. or three . times per day. Consequently, I am able to do what I bavo not done for years walk from my lodging to tho Capitol and back, u matter of four miles, every day, and outstrip tho young fellows who go with mo." WITH A POLL 00EP8 OF TEA0HER8 thla IniUtutlon vIU open ITS TWELFTH 8ESSION, ON TUE 2ND MONDAY IN SEl'TEMUEIt, NEXT. ALL TUE BRANCHES OF A THOROUGH ENGLISH COURSE ire Uujht, a veil aa MUSIC. THE LANOUAQEa. DBAW. INO AND PAINTINO. """ I i I T E It I H JIODKKA 'J' 13. FlaAJIEL 3MC In Tuition, prlcte raoice from lii to ISO In lb regular Department!. !rlwary, IU; Intermedial! HO. and Colleflate, SAO. IJU; For full particular, aa to Board, Ac., addreaa MHJi. N. i). THUK1IKAKT. SFE.I3STG- - TTr I -- A. Gr O I0NTI .J Principal, iUufard. Lincoln Co.,Ky. 1IBY YOUIl INNT11IIHENTN r'UOMTHE GREAT MUSICAL EMPORIUM D. P. LOUISVILLE, FAULDS, KENTUCKY 5H FOlfllTII AVKNUK, BTJGO-IEWedeallnChliWrinii, Knal. laUer. Kurla. uaun,WbMlok auddruvvulrln I'lanoa arid Maaun-warrant llaulln and Huillli ery Ibluglobajuilaaieprnwuted. Ou Ibuu. 3, wfaU i gltee aaud iMaDoiiold ma reputation urer aiy Sriuln tkal'ullnlHtalta. We ara tba great Irjdlug flrui wf lb boulb, S -- A.3STD CARRIAGES, Huy-llulu- Itt'iiiirr. Neli-lUiiticT- Mi-hI- NulWy 1'Iohh, JrrlllH, tJuHUHlorrt, lliirrowM, Coni-riuuUT- Mowcro, ', t rurii-Sliellcr- NiruwC'tUfur. iH .MHlhlHt'M HHtt iVoni KhkIhoh, w. e. Mclaughlin, OllXIK.il, TlUVKLIKCI Auknt, Manufacturers, And other Imuleuicuts aud Machinery. Wo buy exciusitely d lots, aud consequently obtain tho largest discount aud direct, for cash, in Goods a: Beasouable Price "first-clas- s lowest rates of freight. Our motto is i Uespectfully, . the Erst is always the Cheapest." car-loa- S U atalloned fur tba preaeut at Uitn lloute, Ktau. laa to rmifa oruera, lord," where be will U pruuililnf toclialbeui biitloara,tatlullou.U-li-u GEO. D. WEAREN, IV. Stanfoid.Ky. l!. lVITIIKHS, Ki:r. Xauager Untaitrr Uepot A WIIal.IAMNa.Mt Manajera llu?iUltIiy0'' Friday W. Morning, February 10, 1882 P. WILTON, EDITOR r Judge Alfonso Taft, nf Ohio, Is to have the German Minion, Judge Charles Fox, tho oldest member of the Cincinnati bar, is dead. A grain elevator with a capacity of 30,000 bushels Is to be built at Lexington. A.TXT The President pronounces John D. whom he l,as White tho greatest bore with Judok Gnoitai; W. McGumn, of to content!. A dangerous counterfeit sliver dollar Rockcastle, a gallant soldier in the bearing dsle of 1813, Is pissing very freely Union army,who aroso from a private In Chicago. to a captaincy, said to a CburiCTsTbtir-na- l Another "young democrat" has nomintcrviower: Tho chnrgo that Gen. inated Hon. J. Proctor Knott for GoverWolford's having been a Union sol- nor. Next, The Virginia Legislature has repealed dier contributed to his defeat is tho the best law on its statute books the TPI-IK- . vsricst nonsense. Indeed, his very whipping poit law, ! brilliant record as a Union soldier negroes were sold for vagrancy, Three and his magnanimous conduct toward In Paris. Tho man brought $7 and the the ex Confederates after the war. were two women $1 and $10 20 respectively. poAt Tunnelton, lnd , three burglars tho two things which made him trewere killed In the act, by a band of men mendously popular and came with an who were shadowing their movements. ace of giving him tho nomination. The Midlothian Coal Mine disaster, near Richmond, Va , made 20 widows and Si'KAKixo of the sorehead movement, tho Lebanon Standard gives 109 orphans who are appealing for aid. It is raid that the foundation of John this good advice: "If any who in tho Sherman's new house at Washington, wss Mr James L. Bailee, after an absence past have been democrats aro no lon- laid with cement belonging to the governof several years In the mining regions of ger eatisfled with their party, we ment. Vennor predicted a thaw, slash, rain the West, returned to this, his natlvo counsel them to go boldly over to tho and floods for thn present week, with one county, a short tlmo ago. We lesrn that enemy, with colors flying and drums more cold term toward the middle ol the he has secured some valuable mining inbeating, rather than creep into this month. terests In the Gunnison country, Colorado. half-wnThe following marriage licenses have The Massichusclts Democratic Stale houso of the bolters. It is a fc Committee propose a celebration of Wash- issued since the beginning of the new year: moro manly and straightforward ington's birthday and a more completed Ransom P Miller to Kancy C Miller; course, and comes to the same thing organiiation Levi P. Gregory to Telitha Dick; Moses of the party. in the end." Two freshmen at Syracuse University Ross lo KlittUth Dodson; James WhiteTnE Louisville Commercial is beg- were kidnapped hy sophmores, carried fif- head to Host Jonei; Shelby F. Alexander Tun Louisville Commercial intimates a ging tho republicans to support Jacob teen miles out of the city to Oneida lake, lo Relsora Loral I; Thcoph. Mack to thatvwe get our ideas on the sore-heaJ Dodson. for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, aad and left out in tho woods. muvemnt ofMcIIenry ib jo. iruiu Uncle Peter Marshall, after a lingerThe democracy of Hart county, who The oriran of advising its party leaders not to put voted solidly for Wolford as long as he ing illness of several weeks, quietly passed tho 'Courier-JournaWe feel in out a candidato in that race. That was before the convention, at a mass meet- to his final rest on Sunday night last in the s. h. ra. is mistaken ing Tuesday pledged their cordial support his 80th year. Dy upright dealing and tho matter like all honest men must, paper well knows that the sore-hea- d movement is entirely in tho interest to Henry. do. attention to busin.as, Undo Peter that thoso who go into tho convention The trial of Henry White, charged had succeeded in amasing a competency inabide its decision, of its party, and that tho and thereby agree to with stealing bonds while hook keeper of of this worlds good as welt as securing the act dishonorably when, because their dependents will after tho inglorious a Lexington I)ank,hsa been continued to esteem mid confidence of all that knew defeat that awaits them, vote ever afaiatiTVtiot chosen, they refuso to the next Court. Henry will hardly he him. He had for a number of rears been ter with the .strictest sect of republi- tried again, soon. s a consistent member of the church of nominee. The cans. The Congressional Committee on Pub- Christ. have not only doao this, but they havo The Governor, taking a sort of a lic Buildings has reported in favor of apnominated a candidate of their own, and gone over horso, foot and dragoon,-int- snap judgment on tho Slate and wish- propriating $100,000 for the purchase of a site and tho erection of a public building tho lines of tho enemy. We are ing to nir his importance nt the great at Frankfort, Ky. centennial at Yorktown, induced a glad to labor with the Courier-Journa- l Miss Minnie Hauck reached Little in denouncing such traitors, and wo number of officers to pledge the pay- Rock, Alk., on last Wednesday from Ger ment of the expenses of the trip. The many, was married on Thursday, died on Notice hearlily wish that we could so People of agree with it on every other Legislature has very justly refused to Friday, and was buried on Saturday. The I HAVE JUST UECCIVF.D ANbOrESKD raid on the treasury for the unneces- cause of her death was heart disease. question. CHOICEST STOCK EVER BROUGHT The furniture establishment of Sliat-lek- e sary expense, and the pledgers should A few days ago, Arthur, president A Sons, Covington, burned Tuesday It bss Wen slcctej with care, and coiuprtars tbebest In the market Vou will find everything Ihst be mado to pony up at once. u a Merchant Tailor ought to bars. Ths slock RuiriM night. Loss $20,000. by the grace of Guiteau, unmindful of The roof of the I.iirgu Nclectlon ol 1Voi-Mtsa Mattie Bronston, the very Church of the Mother nf Christ, adjoining, Cloths, Cassiiucrcs, DliiRoiialHiiiuI his obligation with Mahone, sent to -teilH from the Ilcttt MiiiiiifiiclorlcM of J'rniicc and KiirIuihI. tho Senato for confirmation, the name accomplished sister of the editor, Mr. caught, but was extinguished before much LAST BUT NOT LEAST, A SPLEXDID LINE OK TKIMMlNliS. '. JlB"J5J v. jinan, whom Desendorf, the re- Joe. S. Bronstou, will hereafter be Win. weal and Kills Craft, the"Ah-lan- d Cutting and Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. Ediswith him in the editorial fiends, have been sentenced to be publican Congressman from that recommended af postmaster of department of the Richmond Jferald. hanged, April 14. The (rial of William Thankful for put rsfors, lhoiw, by atrlct attention la luilnns, to uierlt a tontlnoane of the same. trict, Norfolk, Va. As soon as Mahouo was Wo welcome her to the charmed cir- Ellis, the other participant in the crime has been continued till the regular term of Court-Hous- e. apprised of this fact he lost no timo cle, knowing that she will not only add the Court. to it a sprightly and a cultivated mind, toiremind Guiteau's man that he was Maj. Washburn, Engineer and SuperYou to Call nml See llieiii not living up to his promises, where- hut give it grace and beauty. You intendent of that part of (lie Missouri Pacific railroad in Texas, and the wife of upon he withdrew tho nomination, Wish to Xot. Gen. GitANr is having a lot of G. W. Stoll, head contractor of construcfalsely charging that a clerk had made brum medals mado to present to each tion, were killed in a hand-ca- r accident the mistake. Mahoue'j mail was then of the 806 that stood by him in the near Waco, Texas, Wednesday night. IIuTwJiiNt received anil ulll Keep ooiihtimlly on hand a fresh appointed, and now Desendorf is get- Chicago Convention. They weigh over Not less than bIx thousand bills have lino or the choicest ! ting up a protest to be signed by all a pound each, and are to be worn to been introduced in both Homes of Con-; ".t . m m M - sfliaVr w g md c '! iirttho'prominent republicans. a string tied around the neck. Wont gress this session, of which 5,975 aro said j to be private hills, and fully of f Tiik great prize fight betwecu John one friend W. 0. B. look too utterly them introduced br renuest., and far no , . ThlMXcit' .Mill, containing the lalCNt and L. Sullivan and "Paddy Ryan near utter when he gets his on ? other purpose than lo deplete the Treas -Mississippi City, Miss., resulted in a ury. The bill before the Legislature to Mr. Uurrows' (Mich.) bill denying advictory ior the former, after eight create a Superior Court is evidently mission to the floor of the House of any 2G minutes. Tbous-o- f rounds fought in a job in the interest of some broken Delegate or Representative guilty of biga. For iiiaiiiilacturliic meal and Hour, 1h now In full operation. people wero present and over $150,-00- 0 down lVo will Krlnd for ciihIoiiici-m- , for tlio lawyers. It will cost an imme- my or polygamy was passed under a suson Tni'Mlay, the) will changed hands. Ilyan was ter- diate Thurmlay, Friday and .Saturday ofoarh wrok, and en outlay of $25,000, and act only pension of the rules, after the call of the ribly disfigured, and for some time it as CotirMlayH and all other puIiUc dnyx. 1Vs Nolltlt a Illitrul hhnrc an encouragement to the Court of States, and was opposed hy hut three voters. or patrouuKU and will endeavor lo uItc entire MjiUvructlon. was rumored that he was dead. To Appeals to continue in its slothful-ness- . The Queen opened her speech to tho portion of the counthe credit of with this bit of sensational State They are also ugcutH for tlio Halo or 9Intfliif:ly' superior try reelected for this brutal exhibition, news: "I have given irfy approval to the is just giving his readers Woolen GoodN and YnriiH. Ciiaddock marriage between Prince Leopold and AlwayM on hand and for mile. JIIrIionI cumIi price paid for C?oru, it should be said that the participants a dose of his trip to Atlanta more Princess Helena, of Waldeck, I bare evWheal, etc. Order left al Mill promptly attended to. wero almost without exception North than six weeks ago. The Kentuckian ery reason to believe this will be a happy ern men, tne principals tuemscives is a MATTINGLY, McALISTER & CO. newspaper, and don't you forget it. union." hailing, tho ono from cultured Boating Henry C. Warmouth, agent for the . . W mTW WF5 wr h Adams Kxpress Company at &JLMlM.MLYf . LEGISLATIVE. and the other from Troy, N. Y. lllandville, ML Ky., who disappeared December 7, with The Houe refused to raise the Libra The Hou80 has passed a bill pro $18,000 of the company's funds, was arITST viding for the equal distribution of rian'a salar from $1,000 to $1,500. rested in Philadelphia on the 8th. He had A bill which gives County Judges exregistered at the hotel with a woman, as the school money among tho white and clusive jurisdiction in vagrancy cases has "II, II. Wilwot and wife." children of Greenup county, passed the Senate. , blck -- Hum a hlj; lot of . The State Guards returned tu Leiing and if it would make such a law The House passed a bill making it le- ton PERFUMERY AND FANCY TOILET ARTICLES, Wedcesday, from Catlettshurg, bring' general it would add greatly to its gal for Sheriff to take executions from ing with them the murderers, Xeal, Craft We have all along contended Magistrate ami 1'ollce Courti. credit. and Kills, in chaina. They will be kept Books Dye The tienate has concurred in the against the injustice done the colored here until further orders from ahe Uoyd House resolution to erect a suitable monuGENUINE Circuit Court. The Guards were tendered children in the matter of school monment to the memory of Judge Klliott. WINDOW OLA8S AND PUTTY, a public reception. ey, believing that is tho duty of tho Senator Wain has presented the hill The Vanceburg Couritr In a column State, considering their poverty and to empower the Trustee of Stanford, to Liquors Winos Modical Purposos. ProscripI. article, favors the disruption of the demo limited chances, to givo them at least sue bond for the benefit of the Machine tions compounded. Wo havo also a largo cratic; party, although it professes to have Shops. J as much show as the white children. and woll solootod stock Jowolry, which Watchos A hill htit been introduced In the Sen-a- t no sympathy for the Jacobites. Our opinwo proposo to soil ion, aflcr reading tho article in the Qjuritr, Tin; Headjuster House of Delegates loss pricos. Watchos to cnniel fire companies to pay the With Nloplnu I.itiiilNlile. bsbbH aBsCssT ' of Virginia has by a voto of 50 to 30 full amount of risks they take on any is that the editor is uieielr seeking a little Bopairod cheap notoriety. South Kentuckian, passed tho Itiddleberger bill to repudi-iat- o property. 3FL Judge Hansford was appointed, with WAYNE COUNTT, thirteen millions of dollars of the Mulligan and llerron, a committee to look State debt, and this is ouly tlm ad after Monlktllo. the convicts worked outside of the vauco step towards the repudiation of prison wails, Our town is full of whisky sliois sell. INFRINGING IMITATIONS. the entire indebtedness. Accursed bo -- A bill to prohibit county attorneys Ing In flotation of the law, Mr. Shelby ltagan has teen Terr serthey would dishonor the proud name from defending persons charged with a pein: huui: and of the former grand old Commonwealth. ns! or criminal olfense In the circuit courts iously ill. but I some better now. was lost In the House. Mr.C'Im. Orinan has decided to sind GET THK GENUINE. SufATOit Williams covered himThe House has refused to appropriate the summer in the Ticinlly of Stanford beself all over with glory in his ipeech $7,98303, the amount claimed to have fore permanently locating. on 'the tarifl iniquities, Tuesday. Ho been sptnt In the Yorktown Jaiulore. All The Ihptlst brotherhood organued a is for a thorough revision of the tarifl of which is verv eminently correct. church at this place last Saturday. Kid, nNHfl' 11. Wcnrcii, JrmnAw Senator Wain show his wisdom by O. W. Sesell will preach at the Fall Creek laws to conform them with theso piping nml times of peace, and is unconditionally opposing the bill establishing a Superior SchooMioiise on the third Saturday and Court. He believes as most semible men, Sunday of tlits month, siiino "opposed1 to' the commission recomthat if the prestnt oourt would go to work Mr. I. N. Shepperd, Clerk of the imuiiu uiuim iu uuvu ooi a ol' evmended by the President. they could easily catch up with the docket Wayne County Court, Informs me that he plow; A lesolutioii Is pending In the House has just paijijuto the band of the School bo beatThk Legislature is evidently under My oi' Collins tho impression that Mr.. Cook's beau- requiring the attorney deneraj to bring Commissioner seren hundred and twenty-thre- e Their only aim Im (o makuHN bo compresuit agiinst Warner, 'fabler A Co , for the dollars for the benefit of the Common Kod a one. Ilouaro ol all tiful face is fortuue enough, and there sum on Mich imitations). Nee (hat of $1 1,801 lit and William Jones fur fcliool of this county. Said amount hav frro refuted herjxrtitJouforuii increase $30,002,5!), aintiunU Olher'H name Ih oh (he Vast due for the hire ing reatizeiyroui sales of public lands do heam, UH none others are of 500 In her salary as Librarian. of oonvlct. In the county last year. " IlKAMNO frcqucnl Intimations that the 'appointment of Mr. John W. Wlilnn. of Caser. as Chairman of Iho Democratic Commlttco ol tlio 8th Cofaercsaional district, was through Hie Infliicnco and in tlio interest of Tuilgo Durham, wo swooped down on 6ol. W. O. Welch, yesterday, knowing' that ho had been tho member of tlio Committee on permanent organization in tho Convention from this district, and asked him what ho knew about tho matter. His reply was, in substance, as follows: "As n member of tho Committco to which you refer.it devolved on rao to suggest the name of nu appropriato democrat for tho Chairmanship of our Congressional Committco and believing that Casey was entitled to it, and that no better or truer democrat or ono who had done more for tho party than Mr. Whipp, could be found, I determined that ho should be tlm roan. I did not consider tho interests of Judgo Durham or any one elso in choosing him, but cd simply on a conviction that ho was emphatically tho right man for the place."'. Wo know of a Lincoln man or so, who would havo liked tho compliment, and who think that as Col. Welch, is a Lincoln man, he should have given it to them, but we are Euro he did exactly right, and that tho appointment will give general The Now York Sun In speaking of tho freo paas bribes says: Some of the most important interests el" the peepk, and tho most important duties of tho courts and legislatures, aro thoso which rclato moro or less closely to tho transportion companies; and it is an unendurable uliatno that our legislators should deliberate, and our judges should hold their court, with theso bribci in their pockets. It is nn outrago upon tho public as well as up on tho stockholders; and in either case, honest men must m'ako up tho cost of carrying tho and of perverting justice and corrupting legisla- tion. dead-heads Vr'e received the following ili.pntrh from Senator ItoWrt Wain, night. C. II, Frankfort, Ky., Feb. Rochester addrewed the Gtwmklee on Railroads yesterday evening, for two hours. The Committee speak of it as a fine effort. Superior Court hill was rejected In Senate br a votn of seventeen to seventeen. A motion entered to reconsider lt O.j-C- ol. cFLj&.jsriDOFoPEisriisroTHE ONE-PRIC- E - y NOTES Or CURRENT EVENTS CLOTHING HOUSE, 3NTHS7V Main Street, Stanford, Ky., formerly occupied by McRoberts & Stagg TZ7STTXXl.TSTLjrzr STOOI5L ODF 3Hten.fs Bought for Spot Cash, at an Immense Reduction, and I offer the same at ces which cannot fail to convince the public that X wl Bays 43Iatftiiig Fnwrf'sMng lOOOTS, SHOES, ctoo., CiiaatfSf, Kat pri- 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. OFFER GKKATKST IVXCVIIVJS r, KLASS. R0BT. S. LYTLE I NIJCCENSOIt TO McATjI&TjEK y STAIsTFOHB, - - ItfTJR, KlEIsrTTJaK:"Y"- - Bur-nett- l, sup-port't- sore-head- 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. R.OJ5T. ?. TSTrVtJJB:. OF o FALL AND WINTER M'ROBERTS&STAGG HAVE- thor-oughl- y to the Stanford and Vicinity. THE ON! h nrst-cls- ofa .f! PtE3VLO"VEID THEIRTO ..',$. IC. C. KUPLEY. Opposite the 1 W T - 1 They Invite Whether liny Anything or one-hal- GrocerieSjConfectioneries, jtjjsriD- TjmitfflTJV miTMJSL 11JL I tv v t-pri-Nciil, Wed-iiCHda- FAMILY SUPPLIES, Allofuhlcli MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY y, Sell at tlio Very Lowest Possible Margin. Flour, Meal, Corn, Bran, SIiipstuiT, &c, 9m Jowolry & TC Ji-I'JL- A 'el T TicdW., DHALBES DRUGS, MEDICINES, W. X CHEMICALS, Stuffs BI6SI98 w atBBjS. &StationeryIPaintsl0ilsfVarnishesf and accurately for The Original and Only Puro at of and than city and Warrantod. and FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING! BIT ou far bK Ml Mir .Mr Si iEBLasflM iM H BE jA. 33 Main Street, B. K. WEAREN, - NluiifoiMl, Ky. I havo bought out my brother, It. U-e- stand, in tho St. Asaph Hotel building. I will keep full stock ol Furniture ery description and soil at figures that cannot en. stock and Caskets will hensive Shrouds and ltobcs always hand. I also repair Furniture and carpenter's Joh work. B. K. WEAREN. business at tho will contliiuo tho Furniture ami Undertaking r. Onlnlirnlnfl tor -- zl .... a Olivnr. Keiiulue. II IiiBriiT MMmHMM HSLMIMZT Sfnu-Mtcftl- n SnltriorSfounwl Dawson Fnmii (Iread and Ilro', Cakea at all time I at STANFOBD, KY Friday Morning February LOCAL NOTICES. Kink Saturday night, None to night. lth, at7r. m. 10, 1882 Arri.M, llananna, Coca nut, Orange, and Lemons, Jual received atMcAliaterA Nfflf! I.snl J La. IV Lancaster. All right Smith It- -, I wont give it a reward far the conviction of the away. thief that atole hi violin, reaulted In the Landreth's Garden Seed and papers, horse sold at$50f75,00. Initrument being a myaletlnnaly returned A next Monday, he haa about thirty scholar A very large fresh and genuine, at Geo. D. Ilurdelt ItlCHMONU Court Day to ila place in hi atore aa It wa taken out. to begin with; he will be assisted by hla Co.'. He had gotten pretty cloe on the heel of crowd assembled which seemed to be in Married, Feb. 6th, at the residence of daughter, who will leach a class of music. the ricil who rcaorted to (hi mean of tent on business. 100 or 500 mountain Ihe W. O. Ilullock, Ihe Superintendent or bride's mother, Mr. Jesse C. Mershon, were avlng hiimelf from a long lime on a rock cattle, ranging from 700 to 1,000 Lexington, ha refused lo I cts. of Crab Orchard, to Miss Ellta Kennedy, the Asylum at pile. on the market and brought from 3 to daughter of G. C Kennedy. receive old Johnny Rash, a lunatic, for Mule were in demand with a good many Cait. 8am IlooNr, the whilom Murphy The Assessor ha been ordered lo file the second time, the reason he say he has and teller lecturer, I for any thing that will give on the market, the buyer PERSONAL with the Co unty Clerk, to be transmitted no room for any more inmates. him a little patalng notoriety. So he ha couldn't agree and not many were sold, W. U. Adams, lale of Paint Lick, has to the Auditor, a list of all public properMr. J. V. Peak It down with the aa much a $300 being naked for very com written a long letter to the organ of the bought the stock .of groceries from his pneumonia. and ty exempt from taxa.ton. sorehead movement, the Louisville CW mon pairs; plus: horse were plentiful Mr. P. D. Gill and other sold to b fslher, C. W. Adams, and will continue llerald. brought from $25 to $75. I Mihx Xannik Fovteii Is visiting- Mr. memo!, In which he demand is a that the A Co ,of Cincinnati, 50,000 lbs. hemp, business at the same place. Gatnea P. I Slagj. rebel democracy ahall take a back aeat LINCOLN C0UNTT. cleveryoung man, and we wish him sucMm. Boo Ovkim hava been delivered al Danville, at $5.705.75 per Mr. and while we, gallant federal soldier march to cess. Wilting their parenta her. cwt. There are about 000,000 pound In Huttonrillt. the front. There la a large number of atcel rail H, the county. - Momthomkiiy and Horace Hark ye croakers! we have had three being taken down the road toward LivingHoimeji Dkowhed. Tuesday afternoon to IuIsTllle, Tnes- W. P. Walden A Co. have taken Into Withers, Esq, went fine day In succession. ston for the extension of the L. A. N.road, Monroe Hickman, colored, attempted to day". as far their partnership Messrs. K. P. Jacobs, which looks very much like we could go No accident ou the C. S. Mm. Mohto Miner, aon of Presiding cro Iluah Branch, at what I called the Samuel Harding and Hubert McGoodwin, heard from. Iteort not all In, to London on the cais soon, Track-layinKlderlllner, la assisting Mr. Alford la the "blind bridge," which I nothing more than a of Danville, and the .Planing Mill will from Livingston has already begun In Pustofficv). an embankment thrown up to lessen the Punctually at 2:15 the Interior to that place. earnest, Tills office la under obligations to M If a depth of the stream. The water wa very JOURNAL made ila apearance and was Geo. I). Uurdetl A Co., of Lancaster, M. N. Langford lis just returned from Jennie Hughes for the Iste. paper of her high, but he ventured in with a, .'Miorse welcomed a usual. offer canned goods at the following low Pennsylvania, wheie he went lo sec about team, when the leader wa washed ofT the city Illoouilnglon, 111. the matter? Our P. M. seems prices; Yarmouth Corn, per dozen, $1.80; some claims he had sgalnst the graveyard 3 lb. standard Tomatoes, $1.75; 2 lb. do., Mr. Harvey MclUmrun la with Mr, embankment drawing the wheel horse to distribute the mail with a Insurance companies, and he found them with hi in. and the emnlr wiirnn. Two air, and, while he I playing out a hand of $1.50; 3 lb. Kenaett Peaches, $3.2-5- ; I). KUm' Kteat clothing house, and aaca 2 lb. II to hia great surprise all awlndha hla frlenda to call on hltn. J j horse were drowned and the driver barely letters, frequently pauses and knock iimn do., $2.50; Pine Apples, Apricots, Ac, at would be well for Insurance agents to keep Miw. Wim. Mao.v, the pretty wife of escape! with hla life. The wagon waa re the table a If his mind wa dwelling equally low figures. Give tliem a call. away from Moses now. Deputy Circuit Clerk of (larrard, wya covered. lh Mr. It. H. Crossfield, of Anderson amid the memories of the past. D. N. William is in Richmond for a flailing her cousin, the Misses Iticharda. county, qualified Monday, as Adm'r. of Fowler and Clieiiault held a Wayne County. From a statement few daya. Samuel McClure I in Louis) --Owner. 11. Piikhioo pissed here furnished by the County Clerk of Wayne, to day. I(eKrtera were rigidly ex- Mrs 7.. T. IJIackerby Mess Nat Calville. W. C. Mulllns has gone to MissisVednesday en route for Washington, Mr I. ". Hheppcrd, we find that the bond, cluded. The speeches, therefore, cannot iber and Slaughter, of Mercer, were sippi to locate. Mr. Jas. R. Maret, of here this week where he says he has a "sit" in the (lot- - ed Indebtedness of that county, he given. Enough ha leaked out, howevC. Crooke. of Pine Mr. but Arizona, is here on a visit to hia relatives. SO perdsy. eminent printing office at $1 and that there ia now in the hand er, to enable me to give you an Inkling of Hill, and Col.Sam M. liurdett, are here on Miss Ellen Joplin has returned home afler legal business Dr. Mays has returned of the Sheriff, of the uncollected tax of the true inwardness of the convocation LOCAL tTERS. a several weeks' visit to her sister, Mrs. W. 77, '78, 71), '80 and '81, more than enougli which I promise to do In due lime nnd from a visit lo Frankfort. T. Urooks, of Psris, Ky. been raining for two or three It haa to settle them in full. The total levy for ample form. Should I fail to redeem thi CASET CQUNTf. party of engineers who have been day ! promise, I respectfully refer to Eb Kennecounty purpose for 1882 Is but $2,700 here for some time hare gone to Iloons Uteri. dy, who will tike pleasure in giving all at McAll.ter which U 1 113,3') In Imported German Kraut etceu of annropri Forty per cent, of the school fund Gap, the end of the IC. C Railroad. As AHrlghtV tlonal The County Judge of Wayne set necessary information. located they will begin at that place have em- due the teacher of this county haa been now I it true that the Mormon (To to V. II. lligglna' for clover, tlmo- - $250 (alary, and the Attorney $200, just received by our Commissioner, Klder II. and come this way, but where they will in $700 less than those officer together get in ployed emissaries to pry into the private F. Branson, and Is now tliT teed. Ac. ready for distribu tersect with the LAN. road is not known at Washingdevotions of ihe I tion. to the public, but it Is believed that it will for this county. Wayne haa no poor house, ' t iCoLiirlrr .Martin candidal' i in order lo be prepared to file a cross A. A Wolford, It. 11. Wilkinson and be al Mt. Vernon or at Pleasant Valley. but the board and medical attention of her ton, Uonslable In till prrcinci. bill In the threatened conflict between the N. II. I'ortman, Commissioners, have been pauer cost her $1,070 last year. The name of Col, E. Polk Johnson Is holy horror of the Gentile and the liber- at work fur the last two week dividing do to the Kl Asaph Uar for William favorably mentioned by Tiik prowcl "for the location of the al theory of the Saints on matters matri- the real estate of W. F, Napier, deceased, being freely and Ciubch's Best Syrsrold brandy. the press and ieople of the State in conMachine Shop at JMchniond Junction are monial T If so, we predict a compromise. and are not through yet. The land is In nection with his nomination for the office There ia not a McIIrnry party man in very llstlertng, only a few hundred dollar There will be no war emanating from this 49 different tract. of Lieutenant Governor on the next Demheard'of. tbia ooqtittht we beiiiK now needed to secure them, or rath. quarrel. Of course onr legislator don'l The democrats of this county say, ticket. In no other ccunty er to pay the difference between what the fear an investigation; but then the annoy- with one voice that Judge Owsley must ocratic State A nioicr. lot of loth strslght and Pat- In the State Is Col. Johnson more popular railroad Company consider thn land worth ance of the thing, you know. make the race for Governor. He Is one of than in Rockcastle. The delegates from enl flour at McAHsteKA Height's. and what the owner ask for it. A few of I congratulate my young friend, Joe the most popular men in the State, and hereto the convention will be instructed our cltiien are fully awake to the great Paxton, on the result of hi first effort as can be elected. To "llova and Oirm or Danville." Casey will give him to vote for Col. Johnson if he is a candiAll right, but you muil'nl do aoany more advantages that will accrue to Stanford, jmM.nIy. He got the sentence ol the twelve hundred votes. date. piovided we get the shop and have con Court wrong end foremost, though. AcHev. Wm. Cloyd has accepted the call Died On the evening of February 3, Stanford I now Titr I tributcd liberally, while others better able, cording to modern ethics of the church at this place, and will begin 1182, at 0:25 o'clock, of disease of the before the iVglslattire, and weTliorw, with all other athletic sports, aa a his work by preaching Saturday night, the brain, Virginia A., infant daughter of W. havehejdpn to their money, hoping that a large majority of our cltlteni, that it they will get the benefit witliMit anyoot- - regarded like Mary S. Albright, aged three years game in which the uncertainty of success 18th, and Sunday and Sunday night, af- H. and will In paeseJatonco. and nearly ten months. She waa sick for lay whatever. These latter Individuals give lest to the contest. It is an affair of terwards Our Sunday School ia on the some two weeks, and was a great sufferer. In deference to a aelect entertalntuent to would tquette a, dollar till the eagle muscle and pluck; and, no matter on decline, and the prayer meeting haa never She waa a very bright, interesting child, b Riven by the young ladle of the College squalled before they vould eive it up, which side victory may perch, the luxury the pride and pet of her parents. Her been fully organized. death is a sad afllicthn to them, but they to night, the link will not be open, but even if by so doing tbey could make two. of "making up" Is sufficient reward for Allen William, the accommodating should comfort themselves with the reflecSaturJey night It will again blossom forth conquest, and ample remuneration fur de hostler of the Exchange Hotel, waa mar- tion that little Virginia lias escaped the MARRIAGES. In all It glory. feat. Hut there has been a reaction in ried on the evening of the 2nd, to Mis sorrows of this earthly life, and is now an Mike Luddy and Mis Kmlly, daughlaw; and I would Mary liurdett, the first marriage among angel In HeaTen. Tub negro, Theodore Mon, who waa ter of John F Walls, were married on the opinion a lomothers-iadvise all young men to look into the mat our colored population for six month. on to de 0th. Zeno Young, of Ihe Madisonvllie found here in a atale bordering actual or possi- Uncle Adam Sutherland and Sarah North- - Timu, "denigs" of Dsn O'Sullivan's charge ter The niother-indacomposition, waa taken to the hospital on MU Ida II., daughter of F. II. Tl.ur-mable is to be propitiated. She is a potent cut, aged respectively, 85 and 80, are eaid that he had gone off with the McIIenry hi arrival at Louisville, where Dr. of the WicLliUa IViaunr, wa marrisore heads. d of the resident staff, aiupu-ttate- ed a few daya ago to I). 11 Knlow, and they factor In working out the great problem to be Ihe next to follow. The Hon. John D. White and Colonel success in wooing, and peace in the of G. A. Prewitt, Master Commissioner, Markland are opposed to the revolt of the hi arm and he fa now dolne reaaona. have gone to Louiaville to live. family circle. Look to It Joe. will sell on Monday, the 20th, County Unlonisla from the Confederate democracy bly well. RELIGIOUS. The failure of the Whipping Post Court day, the excellent mill and mill of Kentucky. i to be awarded the A $10 noLD piece Deslrnvlne the contents of a room used by bill is being celebrated with appropriate property of W. F. Roy's, situate on the a smallpox patient may bo avoided by using successful contestant at the skating tourna-men- t. The First Methodist church at ltac-in- ceremonies in this region. On Friday river about two miles above thia place. usiluJK i ropujiAviiu num. . Hit ringa are to be taken with a Wis., burned Sunday. The church night the corn crib of Clint Jenkins was This la one of the finest mill In the coun- criminal lo neglect the use of such a skating the firat round, afler cost $38,000 nnd the organ $3,360, and lance while preventive. It is certainly raided, and, it I estimated, some ten or which two more rounda are to be made the destruction of both ia complete. In- twelve bushel of corn part of which had ty, and some man with energy and capital best to prevent the spread of disease, and of It. can make money out those who will use Darbya ProphXIsctic and the award will I to the person taking surance $15,000. been shelled and put into sacks waa abA sure enougli ghost made ila appearKlnlil freelv about their houses will be Dr.U-W- . Mlllerijaslorpf the the greater number of ringa, considered stracted. The thieves gained an entrance ance several times at the house of Richard saved from the attacks of all contagious with the time required to make the three Methodist Kpiscopal church, Islidiseases and death itself. by boring away the slats of the crib. On ngton, i dangerously ill of typhoid pneu- Sunday night the lock on the door of Da- Wheeler, about eight miles West of this round. See "ad." place, and ha created great excitement in condition I very critical. Dr. monia. SEIT ADVtUTISI.3lt.aTK. e some four miles vid Kifle'i Walker Button and hia wife got into Stell, lit Ilia ia a story goformer physician, is now with South of this plsce was bored away, and that neighborhood. There fight Tuesday night In which the latter' a ing the round that the former occupant of him. Dr. Miller wi a delegate to the the establishment generally plundered. HAI.tLA lolofslitr bushels otfiM Hun- sister and mother took a hand. The three peddler there, and h cirltn lirsi. Seed. Alpfr to 8. K. Cook, BUn- ljcilincncl Council at London, and de- Among the articles taken were a sack of the house killedofa all of his money after ford. were loo much for Walker, who got a moat and robbing him livered an able addrrss thare. code?, a half barrel granulated sugar, sevunmtrciful beating and a cut on thecrain-luburied him under the floor. The Tlinrnnrh!irl. for !. One year old Tie Louisville Jkmuerulu muutioning eral pairs of boots, u number of overcoats, clothes, put down with new nails, and when April IJlh. Hue color and purely tired iw that will lay him up for many a day. Door is the fact that 21,003 confession have re- quite a quantity of clothing, and a lot of II. Crow. Btanioro, All parlies ar colored, and aa soon a the the landlord moved away he told Wheeler warded the erangelistio work of Iter. (leo. r".ir sale, at bacon showing that there waa "a method that If he look up the floor he would sue AND HOR3E8.-lb.a- TO wounded man can carry hi head arouud, sod O, Ilarne and Mia Marie llariie during M ULESplaco near blasford, 4 pair of Mules will our in the madness" of the hour. This is only him. The dirt in one place under Ihe 3 heavy, the police judge will be given a job, t, liUb lioisea. the last five years, say a: "The report of the beginning of sorrow in Ibis line, we a sell In pal" or bunches. II. U. Ilorer. floor is raised, and has the appearance of Faith Curb. Mr. John W. Whlpp, of the Northern Presbyterian church for 1881 fear. The aluorbi.ig question now is, fresh grave. The citizens of that vicinity of the show that with about 5.CGS ministers they Casey, write to the Qurirr-Jovma-l GEO. IV. UOlimTT nobody can an- - were to meet one day this week and make "who'll be the nextj" daughter had less than 0,000 converts, not one con wonderful cure of a as CONSTA1UE of Is a candidate for wer except Ihe bold burglar, and he an investigation. Huulord rrecluet, subject lo tbe. action of the of J. W. Wilainson, who waa anointed by vert to each minister II Think of that I It wont. Democratic pariy. Crab Orchard. PULASKI COUNTT. Mr. Horses lurlng hi preaching at Liber- I the tale of a barren ministry all over Send your correspondent home. ty. The girl had the hip diaeaso and waa the land. In one month Ilarne has been Eubank' t Station. KMer Livingston preaches at the unable to walk; now she is running about the mean of awakening a deeper religion tb estate of rwrtons basing; I j. V. Reynold and others aaw last 8. All Mysrs. deed., arelaluis susluitpresent theiu to church next Saturday, Sunday and notified to D. life nnd gaining greater result iu Louiawell as she ever was. Mr. Whipp ear as my otocs. properly wined, within Onsen week a genuine toad lilting on the anow, me at ville than all the Protestant minister of Sunday night. he knout that thi la so. days iroiu mis usw, JNO. M. I'JIII.II'H.Aduir. Fab. S. Uttl.-- U Col. Shelby inform his friend that and when examined he was found to be the; town put together during Ihu entire Ivitatk Aoknts. Messr. W, 8. slowly through the snow, Ittui. he will soon be prepared to take possesion able to travel year. pad Francis, of Indiana, and W. II. Miller, of GRAND of hi properly here, and that Crab Orch which was at the lime five iuches deep. LAND, STOCK AND CROP. till place, iiartner in the real estite hue. ard Spring will be open early in the When Prof. Veunor meets him, wont they I new, are directing the attention of land discus the signs of the times though ? Will A. Hail sold to D, N. Prewilt.7 Spring, buyer to the advantage and excellence' of 21, T, Morgan's bondsmen were K S. Crab Orchard can boast of one of the head scrub cattle for $125. our Lincoln county lands. They have bes't "schools sho has ever had. Prof. O. P. Hooch, J. M. Johnson, Jos, Kubanks, J. E. ON FKIWAY NIGHT, FEH. 17, A Vermont farmer yearly fatten fur sale, and the low some 50 odd farm Moore has about sixty pupils, and an ex. Padgett and Will Montgomery. The bond, turkeys, 2,700 geese and 2,100duck. Tournament of lb and last Morgan's The second Is kit. n. hkallDf railroad rate that they are able to offer are Two prises wilt Wo awarded, season will Shank tipoonamore sold hi large cellent music teacher. Professor lias few we believe, wa only $100, Mr. suits-M- s bringing number of Ohloana and other be well cared for. on of 110 to tb aucirul (cntlenian and a family are here and will or on to IhesuccMtful lady. Aa entranco combined horse to a Mr. Ouckner for $180. equal aa a teacher, and no superiors. contestants, here on prospecting tour. A number of Dr. C, C. (Iraham, a former resident He now a refugee from justice and we 60 cents will U charged If jtMlsinio 8. II. Ilaughmanof thl place, sold to Ihsy actually contest. wblchlatoborsluuJed l'ligiUlnneif wo learn ure soon to visit us of the A book will be found at McKoberts 4. SUju'a, SteyeWajker, of (larrard, six hull calve of tlii place, late of Louisville, is with pity him indeed. Truly, the way .hr u.tnllAitin i.rairallllil to entSf UlUlt FStllSlOr with a view to looting. hi aon at hi suburban residence on Lan- transgressor is hard. th tbtlr names by o'llotk ou lh, ulbt ofEverybody at $4Q per head. Uueralduilulou,'4)cuts. Mrs. Jno. M. Cullip, who has bean Misses Jennie Kennedy The hog crop is said to be over a mil caster street Jolly old Alf llurnett and troupe were will bo charted. leave In a short confined to her bed with a disease peculiar with II again till week and gav two en lion short, and bacon will aa usual be ba- and Hattle Math! wll time for Lexington, where they will at to her sex for eleven year wa healed last lertalnments, playing "Our Club" Wed- con next season. EXECUTOK'S week through the prayer of faith, and she Mr. W. Q. Itailey sold to 8. J. F.mbry tend school. nesday night, and a variety programme I ablo to go about her "housework," now On Tuesday, at 2 o'clock, r. m., at the last night. "Our Club" I a very laughable 20 acre of land on the Lancaster pike, a As Executor of Ik will of John Cash, deed, I will mother, in Gar- and I praising God continually. Any one tirodiiction. and in it Alf Im plenty of Utile over a mile from town, at $07.50 per residence of the bride's ON FIIIDAY. FEB. 17, 1883, rard county, Mr. Jesse Mer.lion led to the doubting her recovery can come and see acre. room to display hi versatile talents. Mis she At hla lata residence, about S lull West of Blsn- advertised In altar, Miss Ellia Kennedy, one of Gar- her and her physicians, and learn that Three auction sale are Fannie Wa Hack, a beautiful woman both tUs blket llddtr, on"r st The wedding was really badly diseased, and ia well and ford,folios logpublla auction lo of lbs cstste; daughters. personal properly the in face and figure, acted her part very thla Issue. W. T.Ureen sells ersonalty rard' fairest or Cattle, consisting of about W display, only near a living witness for. Jesus, from About 49 bead handsomely, and gave several musical on the 28th. John F. Cash, adm'r. sell wa entirely free bteoni, II borough- yearling Steers, t Lyoar-olThe result of the protracted meeting at contracting partle were bred ysulluf Hull, 10 Cowa and sows Calves; slso highly enjoyed. Mis ou the 17th, and John W. Pennington sell relatives of the go ids that were I palro! work Mules, a work Horses, J brood present. Afler the ceremony, which wa Double Spring up lo Monday night was (Sheep, Mares, t MuUColl, I Filly. M Upjrs, Helen flash aa "Mrs. Cottle" held the hi nice little frm, stock, Ac, on the 21st. most of them I llursr. 1 4Mwii a. Cincinnati. Cattle are In steady de- performed by Itev. Wm. Crow, of Paint 09 additions to the church, a. II. ...I. 1.1 ITurn mirror up to nature and made many a " u.UOCklwar. III sicuurimv Block lath uowsr, o bucks- oi ... "" proceeded to Crab by experience ami baptism. Sinner are Uharsaol IM Knocks of FodJsr, married man Imagine he wa at home with mand at $2 25 to $3.50 for common; good Lick, the bridal parly w.n..n.i it..Vnrui.nrirJ. fthout 10 Busrca In where the flocking home by dotens, and God's people a lot of hi own dear wife, Watty Wallack and to choice butchers, $4.75 to $5.50; fair to Orchard, lo the groom's father's, I ha HUuford . lliutoatlll Turnpike, and House-are aaking for 100 conversions, and we do Wuest. lUcon. tqumr J.A.IHder, who with Mis Fannie Wal- - choice hlpers, $1.70 to $0.25; feeders, aon ami uaugmer werereception were res- not doubt that It will be "heaped up, bold Furniture. Farm lupleiusuta lack, form the Tripologue, are actor of $1.50 to $5.25, The demand for good hog The Invitation for the Taaus. All suus of 110 and under, csjb; ojar pressed, down, shaken together and running that amount, a credit ol I moslha, on note with much merit and the three make a combina- continue at $7.25 to $7.50 for best and tricted to relative and inltmate friend ue-well good security, Lssrlng luterwt fioiu dU sud over," Ilro. Tyres seems to hold up house were tasteKouaoie ana payaui i tion very hard to beat. Their specialties $5.50 to $0.25 for common. Sheep are The apartments of the It-JUIINF.CANH.ClK fully arranged and decorated with the under the vast amount of both mental and iulet at 31 to 5 ( cents, ewe 2) to 3. are both laughable and entertaining. palent Flour at A, Own!;'. ami Clover Heed Air sale hr Asher Owslejr, Hamilton Htmu. Plows) kIwato on hand at A. Owsley's. Cnoicr, Fresh ami Fine Cum! Icn, at HisrjjV. Mcltohcrts IUd-llh- l Oil, .175 JIiiv Uulvlll from IVnnjr AMcAlisler. Vai.kntinfs, hoth pretty ami comic, now for sale br Mclloherte A Sisrb:. WATfiir, Clocks ami Jewelrr repaired anil warranted hy Penny A McAllsler. it Oir, 25 Wurr Viiwiinia If cents a gallon, at Mcltolurla fc Htsxg's. You will And a beiiitlful line of sentimental ancl comlo Valentine of new ! ilfns at Penny A McAIIster's. IA riNB Una of Toilet 8oan, Perfumery, Hair, N'all, Tooth and Clothe crushes, Terjr cheap, at Penny A McAIIster's. Vfry hesl at A. Owsley. llrlghl'. Our new Postmaster I doing even bet trr o far than could hare been reaonahly eic(ed, Mr. Ketihen William bought a home and lot In the ahoTe town, of I). W. Arnett, for f 050. MoKiNNRYt - Timothy Mr. II. UllorLtrr, merchant tailor, I rtceiring a rery handaome line of Import-e- d good which he the beat atyle. I tt, ready to make up In R F. Dawaon TiiRadrertltementof trotting horse Clingstone ha hern sold In William I. (lordon, of Cleveland. The price paid I to lie 130,000. 'Heeord,2!l0. ICobt. Dolman, of Ilourbon county, ha purchased of Cap I. Win. Campbell, of Mercer, hla handsomely Improved farm of 220 acre, located at II arrodslmrg Junction, on the Cincinnati Southern Itallroad at $80 ier acre. lien F. Mark went to Mason county, last week and bought .15 fretting cattle, for Wm. whlih he nld $35.35 per head (Ireen bought of Jack Clark, 20 steers, ay eraglng 1,500 pound, at 5 cent per lb. Mt. Sterling Sentinel. Pari CouriT Day About 200 mule wero disposed of to day, the best selling at an average of $1 10, the worso class selling at 00d)2'. Cattle were dull, and a ve ry Inferior lot on the market. They sold at 3J(341c. per lb. A number of plug evergreen symbols of matrimonial fellcl ly. The bride wa handsomely attired In black caihmere, elaborately trimmed In passamenlarieand satin. After congratulations were showered upon the happy couple, supper wa announced. The table were arranged with a special view lo comfort, and the seated guest heartily enJoTtd the superabundance of all that could please the eye or tempt the palate. The evening's entertainment terminated at 11 o'clock. Now to the bride and groom t May you, through the ever changing vi cissitudes of life be a happy In each other society a you were on that ever mem orable occasion, I the sincere wish of C. O. correspondent pro Import GARRARD physical lauor ne is periorming. ihssjii that never in hi life ha he seen so many conversion In a meeting of so short duration, 69 confession in less than one week. Thl community I fast becoming revolutionized, and lo thi end prtyers are going up from almoH every household In the community. Praise tiik Lord, through faUk In hi dear name hi people thnlt con quer, and now many soul are rejoicing that those who a few daya ago, were ad ministering to the people here, nauseous Intoxicant "fresh from the worm of hell," have repented for their dark deeds and closed up the "concern," and trusting the precious Savior for the consequences. MtTJERNON Sam. M. PUBLIC SALE. DOUBLE STOKE. all my llonsehoM ami Kllehen Ktirsllurs. mads known on day of sals. 3 Hating snM mr larm, I will n TUK8DAY, KKIint AHYfs. ISU. asll lo Ins klshsat tiltl.ler onepslmf hsavr Mules, 4 rS brad of llnrwn, 1 fearunr Mines, i nrz uows, a loioisnoau, i com f,lol Hesper snt Mowtr. 1 (Irsln Drill, I Unrsr, aa tool aa ne. I rami Waron anl Harness. Ttrma W. T. CJREEN, 1&32. Crab Orchard, Ky. A ly GRAND G0KBINAT10N. IH2, Semi-Week- Interior Journal Ant the Lnulitllte Weekly Courier - Journal DEPARTMENT. CQUNTf. Bunfett, Editor. Our young friend, W. J. Newcomb, will take charge of the telegraph office at Barditown, Ky., on Ihe 1st of March. Prof. J. 8. Itepperl' school will begin 90 jrar lor US. no two papers for little more linn loa pricn Ol onv. ftr paring us I1JM you wl II recti f Sir one rear l, the roar homo psptr with the rrprenlstlTnewtpsrr of the Knuth, ami the st.loit Ismllr Wetkfr In trie nnl, tolihietlaml United States. Those who desire lo esamlne a can do to at anpl copy ol the Oris Courier-JournaCourier-Journ- this office. ll. n m Q O i--3 FOB BENT. X CNira1lcIlcHi1ciice The same Ihst sd loins lh properly of W. F. Walton on south side Main street. This building Is nearly new and eery desirable' contains 7 rooms and hall; stable, carriage house and garden. There Is no more desirable nor better located property In Stanford for a business man. PcKmalon gleen January 1st, 1MJ, Apply In J. N. Crslg, (.tsnlcrd, or address W, Cralr, care J. A - Hcssongood A Co., Clnclnnsll, O. W. CRAW. Stanford, Not. 2S, 1181-- lf - Ja-co- ' tr1- F Great Germ Destroyer, DARBY'S of Emsll Tox pre- pretented, I' leers purified Si healed. (j 111 III I Pox Ilsngrena prevented and cured. Wonnds bested Kradlculcil. Bcurvey curd Inrapidly, a short time. Tettter dried up. It la periectty tisruiles. For Mors Tbrost It is a sure euro. Contselon destroyed; Sick rooms pu- rifled and made pleasant: revered aick persons relieved and refreshed by llajhlog with Prophylactic Fluid added lo the water; Kofi white complex- iona secured by Ila use in laming; Impure Air made harn-les- s and purified by y how-eve- r. g , .:.s Prophylactic rilling Fluid ! on r. srirlnkllng 1 $',-00- 0, i I 'The i .I" n e w ISO Fluid about. To purify the breath Cleanse tbe Teeth, It can't be aurpaascd. Cholera dissipated. Ship Fever prevented by It use. Ilerooves all unpleasant odors. Cstarrh relieved and cured. Eryalpelaa cured. Burns relieved instantly. Stirs prevented. In casta oa -- ' death In the house. It should alwaya lie used sbout the corpse It will prevent any unNciirlct pleasant emell. An Antidote lor Darby'r Diphtheria Prevented. Fever Cured ntieerous ePduvlls of likrwTmi aUd nospltsls removed by Its use. Yellow F'ever eradicated. In fact it Is the giest vegetable attngs, Ac. pols-on- e. Disinfectant Manufacturing Chmlsts, Sole Proprietors. J. raaraaiD nr II. ZEI.IN A CO.. and Purifier )e INTERNATIONAL COTTON EXPOSITION, ATLANTA, GEORGIA. wife-beati- NEW FIRM! The. Davis Sowing Machine again ahead, Awards, And Carries off tho Highest Number of And Is acknowledged superior to all other Machines. The Judges say in tbelr report.-- "That ila peculiar leed motion enables It to sew various kinds of fabrics that can not be will aewed on machines having an under feed." And the award to tbe Davis la tb only one In which the superiority ofone machine over another la ia any way recugnlsed or expressed by the Jury in any of their reports. The uniformity of length of atl:h on all kinds of Isbrlcs waa conceded by the Jury aa worthy of special mention, and these threw reports fully demonstrate that the Davis Vertical Feed Sewing Machine la the beat, and with it can be produced tbe greatest Tarlety snd most perfect work, with tbegreatest case of any machine In tbe world. report of Awaaoa rosai 121. International Cotton Exposition, Atlanta, (la., Dec.JI, 1881. A ward to tbe Davis Sowing Machine Company. a Hour 7. KnUy 1439 The Davis Sewing Machine Company la worthy of mention lor ita peculiar feed motion, which gives It special value for sewing various kinds of fabrics that cannot bo so well sewed on machines having the underfeed. Signed Jauica 8. Atwood, r n, e, Hill-stre- M Q O Q r- store-hous- tv 1 tj square-buil- d -t asrioiTiiiciiEJii OtORU-.l- l. IIlRSU, Geoboe II. Blilocii, Committee. Approved: H. I. Kimbsll, Director General, SS cues !7 kstiiy o. 1483. uaour no. Product, Davla Sewing Machine work. Naus and address of exhibitor, Davla Sewing Machine Couipsny, Wstertown, Hew York: Tbe undersigned having examined tho products herein described, reipertfully recommend tbe same to tbe Executive Committee of the International Cotton ExpotllloD lor award lor the following reasons, via.' Specimens of workmanship on general and line work. Embroidery with chenille and alike very artistic lit design, and well executed through an attachment to the machine. Special attention 'la called to uulfomlly In length of stitch on all fabrics, rcgardleas ol thickness of material. A Una display made ol speclineue of quilting on silk, dresses, cushions, capes, diagonal snd straight shirring on silk with pulling same. Special attention ia called to Mlsa Nellie A. Hardy, Clevelun ', O , fur proficiency in embroidery work ou the Davla Machine, (ixoaucl. Thomas, Comuilleo. Approved: it. I. Kihball, Director OeoersL UROLTNO. KO. H3. Skating Tournament t- Product, specimens of aewing machine work. Kama and address of exhibitor, Davla clewing Ma chine Couiauy, Wstertown, N. Y. The under- slgued having examined the products herein described, rrspeclfully recommend the same to the executive committee ol tbe International Cotton Exposition fo? award, lor lbs following reasons, vls- :- 1 Unlformlly of stitching on sit work shown. Ortst tsrlety of work. Artltlle taste and skill u Its construction. Special attention la called to the embroidery work done by Miss Nelll A. Hardy on tb Davla machine wills attachment, flao. I. Thomas, W.II.UiDaawooo, lamiuiiitce, Approved: II. I, Kimball, Director General. Foa Sale llr SALE! CO. U aoss a, HALE & NUNNELLEY, STAXreao, Agents, AC. Ky., Dxalim In GROCERIES, HARDWARE, d 1 1 2. .L.- in, GEO. H. BRUCE. . PATENTS W t nuUi Uai ulu.O'l'Ji lubta. Franco,fur lha United Mate, k. t uirUud, i le , (.ermany, famuli, t KU. Wo suvk'ri u'r.$:i.'.IOu)cr,uoMUw liu-if bchMtv, litKil iU'rrlliif,Rudbusaiiruoriuous (lmilull ' i, IrvM Hl'NN CO., MM tors, rub's, tl b.iijvnnu ARiRican, 37 I'urk 1UW, KtnvVDik, ll.iailu.kttUiut'ateiitsfni runtlniio to act s Solicitors fur Patents, Caveats, ". A. A. WARREN, T. W. MILLER. Lave bad llilrt)-llv- o j vur experience, I'att-uI1'.!' "I tbpxivii ill uru Holloed In tho Rcf. d fMInc MiiiuiAX Tills largu and splendid ,' 1" nw-ltffil- ii nlcrioroiirn;tl STA1TFOBD, ICY. Friday Morning, February A 10, 1882 Woman' N man, "Lemmo ico," mining with his chin on tho top of hii cane, and speaking with a shrill faln setto voice of age; "it muit he years since Ann Maria died, yet I can remember the very gown alio wore, and tho color of tho long curls that hung down over her shoul der, and tho red on her checkj that was like a winter apple ! Dear mo I she's never faded a raito in all them years, hut just tits thcro a lookin' at mo, ns she did when I brought her home. irtTou see, there was a kind of romance tow it, and I've oflen and oflcn thought that if I had the power ami could rilo it out, it would read heautifuller than n novel. Tho fact was, Ann Maria had another beau, but that ain't no wonder, for she was tho smartest and prettiest and best girl in tho hull country side; but what I mean, sho had favored him over so littlo afore Icomo around and began keepin' her company. Folks kind" of coupled their names together, and somo of 'era, to bother me, hinted that, she cared a heap fdr him. "Why, you'd orter tew hev secu He was slim and fine as a lahim dy, and woro gaiter shoes, and had holler oyes, cs if he'd never iiad fliiilo enufl to cat. 'Ann Maria caro for him ?' Why, tho girl had sense, and know tho difference atween a feller as straight as a sapHng, with a color like nejv mahogany, and such a melan-- i specimen as that. Bo . sides) I had a mortgage ou the old 'homestead, add Ann Maria's father owed -- me moneyf but I did right by them. I told her ef she married mo I'd deed the whole thing back to her, and I did. Well, we was married, and wc made as purty a couple as ever you saw in your life. "Ann Maria had ascttin' out of china and lincu, and I provided the house, and folks said I had the best wife a man over had in tho world, and I'd got every thing just as I wanted it. nnd s'noosed it would always be so; but from the day we were married my wife failed, in health and in six months I buried her folks said it was consumption, but it didn't ruu in the family. I was blind and full of pride then, but I've thought ninns. " tin.a iliA V,u man IrtuTApftrl Itia Wttu 01UI.U. UC1D mo wiiuvu o forty-sove1 choiy-lookiiig spir-Hs,o.n' Heart. ul tho old ri voice, '. white-face- "that mebbe she loved that Set a Jot. Mow a Wedding followed a Tragedy after Man fears had Passed. Tho Knglish peoplo aro tho slowest Soon after tho battlo of Gettysburg pcoplo on earth to sco a joke. Yesterday I was riding ovcrilhe Grand tho 7th Indiana Regiment was staLoudon near Waterford, Trunk near Toronto, and the typical tioned An acquaintance sprang up l, county. Englishman, with an hung around his neck and a between Lt, Holmes, of that regiment bundlo of canes nnd umbrellas under and Miss Lizzie, daughter of John B. Dutton. Tho correspondence behia nrm, got on tho train, "Thcro is ono of thoso thick head- tween tho two, which ensued upon ed Englishmen who can novcr sco a thoir separation, led to their botroth In an assault upon tho Con joke," remarked a bright commercial al. federate worka at Petersburg, tho traveler. "0, I think you could mako him young Lieutenant wan killed. A few days later camo a lotter from his sco tho point to a joko," I answered. A friend and comrado of said my friond, "I'll bel anything," "that you can't mako that mau sco the slain officer, Joseph M. Dunlap, knowing tho relation between the two tho point to an Amorican joke." returned tho letter, at tho same timo "All right," I said; "I'll try it." So, after being introduced to tho apprising Miss Dutton of tho fall of Englishman, I set out to mako him her lover. A letter of thanks from smile. I told him the best jokes I tbo young lady for tho mournful atknew. Ho always listened attentive- tention paid her gave occasion for tho ly, but, instead of seeing tho prcciso interchange of aovcral more epistles. point, he would ask somo explanation, Mr. Dunlap was deeply impressed while his face woro an expression as with tho ttylo of the letters, having blank as a Chinaman when you've previously seen and admired the writer. The tido of battlo rolled on unpaid him 5 too much change. were furled at Finally I told the Englishman tho til tho torn battlo-(lagTho correspondence old story of the Indian who wanted a Appomattox. receipt lor money paid Mo a white ceased. Mr. Dunlap went to his man. Said I, "Tho Indian insisted home in Indiana nnd lulfillcd a longthat thei whito man shouldgivo him a standing engagement by marrying the daughter of a neighbor. A year or receipt." t "What do you want a receipt lor?" two ago this lady died. Mr. Duulap went forth into tho asked the whito man, 'ycu!vo paid world a lone man, and in his travels tho money, and that's enough'," "But mo must have Receipt?" in found himself one day near the houso of his former correspondent. A train -sisted tho Indian. "Why, what for?" asked'.tho white of pleasant recollections followed. Was sho married ? No. Tho widman. said tho Indian "Injun ower pondered nnd speedily formed "Because," his resolution. A postal card opened may die." "Well, supposo you do die, I cer- the way to a renewed correspondence. tainly can't collect this money from A visit to the home of his correspondent followed. They talked of her you then." "But," continued tho Indian, "me dead lover, of his gallantry and man may dio andKO to Heaven." The ly bearing, and how ho fell nt tho Lord he ask Injun if he good Injun; head of his men at the very points of Injun say yes. He ask Injun if he tho Confederate bayonets. Then they pay white man. Injuu sayjyes, yes. talked of something else, and matters flowed on so easily, smoothly and Then the Lord he say where is the do then? Injun naturally that ill a few weeks Mr. can't go looking all over hell for Dunlap found himself at his Indiana homo busily engaged in preparing it After "I got', through, tho Ameri tor tho reception of a new mistress. Last Tuesday the littlo town of cans laughed, as they always will, Waterford was all ablazo of light and but the English even at au mau looked rae'straight in the face a scene of general rejoicing, for tho without a smile. You would think lady was popular and beloved by all. he was viewing the corpse at a funer In the midst of a largo assemblage al. Then he put his front finger sol the ceremony took placo which united emnly on the palm of his" hand, and Miss Dutton and Mr. Dunlap in the bonds of matrimony. Richmond said, argumentatively: Whig. "Now, I don't see why an Indian The Almighty Dollar. is not entitled to a receipt as well asa "Brother Smith, what does this entirely! disagree with white man? I The Englishman Who Couldn't ope-rn-gs An AngeT$ Touch. Tho San Francisco AirtM Mkr tells this touching incident: One evening not long ago, a littlo girl of nine or tcu entered a placo in which is a ba kery, grocery and saloon in one, and asked for fivo ccnta worth of tea. "How'a your mother?" asked tho boy who camo forward lo wait on her. v W W. V. RAMNKY la a ran J Male lor AfSESIOIt, aubject lo Ibe will ol the Democracy. CHURCH IUKFCTOKT, iROIUMSRlIliu J. II. UOCKKIt a candidal for AMSEMSOII, action of the Iemocrery. It iubetl JOHN IILAIN la a candidate for COUNTY any action of Iht Democracy. 1 1 1 tor. HcrtlrcaeTeryftunday morning and night. Prayer MeeilngaThurtday nlghte. Bunday School at 100 a. at. J H. Mine, Aoperlntendent. The Woman'a Mlaalonary Hoclety raeela here en tbelM Mia. T. T. Hiinday In each month, at 1 o'clock. lo any 1'avieaa. i rcaiuem, UArTIHT. Ray. J. M. Hawc, Tatter. Pertlfee nlght. Prayer Meeting every WedneUy after- . RTtiniiiirr,i!OUTii.iuv. J. "''Vrr CLERK , inl.Ject In Superintendent. "Awful stck, and ain't hnd anything to cat all day," Tho boy was just then called to wait upon somo men who entered tho saloon, and tho girl sat down. Iu fivo minutes sho was nodding, and in soven sho waa sound asleep nnd leaning her head against n barrel, while she held tho poor old nickel in a tight grip between her thumb nnd Ono of tho men saw her as fiuger. he came from tho liar, nnd, after asking who sho was, said: "Say, you drunkards, sco here. Hero wo'vo been pouring down whisky when this poor child and her moth er want bread. Hero s a two dollar bill that says I've got somo feeling lelt." "Aud I can add a dollar," observed another. STILL LEADS WITH THE JOHN It a candidate I-- . IIALX AIHKS80R, to the will of Ihe Iieraocracy. for COUNTY UnOEST BOXY KHTHEWORlD. AND JUIXJi: J. M. l'JIIMI'N tt a candidate Worahlpbf the ClinirlTIAN. day. Preaching hycoaeretttlon I.IJ. Joe. Hallou en Flrtt and Third Lord'a dare, family rSeaool tt I It. Joe. Heveranre, Muperlnlendenl. aubjecl I. K. MrKI-- L T)ltK!MlYTERlAN, MIUTII.-I- Uv. ray, poilor, rlundty rVkool at t V). John W. iuut.&uperlniendenU Union Prayer Meeting on Wedneeday ntghte. tub-Je- el for COUNTY ATTORNEY, lo Ihe will of Ihe Democracy. GOAL! GOAL! COAL! I keep on hand eonataatty an-tbe part Ira aa cheep aa any NAMUIX KNOI.KMAN la a candidate for JAILf.lt of Lincoln raunly.tub Jcct lo Ihe action of Ihe Democracy. lly, will deliver lo BEST COAL OK THE MAKKET. (live me Manbrd a W.M. C'OOIaKY la a (andldale for JAILER of I.lnroln county, lub-Je- cl call. Office In Hale A Nunnellej't, SELL THE BEST 601-1- loa Deinralle primary election, JAJII'.a K. MJNKr.M.KY. BUGGY ON THE FOR THE GLOBE !A1T. TIION. ltlX'IIAl.DN la a Candidate for JAILER of Lincoln iilject lo Ihe action of Ihe Democracy. MONEY. OF county, SEND FOR CATALOGUE AND TESTIMONIALS HUNDREDSOF LIVERYMEN WHO HAVE USED THEM J. N. IIONIiBY EpSt U la a candidate for AIMRUOIt of Lincoln county, ulject lo Ihe action of the I rrnocraey. (Slothing lFu uiwit to liuy Men Tor orBcryfl J I JiMclllicrrsRdy-mful- c ornurlc I). II. OAIU'IINTKK la a candidate for COUNTY ATTORN AY, ani.Jcct to Ihe action ol the Democratic party. JKrflsjnit lor our GvUiojfuc jVl I i M ff fJ HHaVJwffa(ainaaBlfll "And I'll givo another." They made up n purso of an even SO, aud tho spokesman carefully put tho bill between two of the sleeper's fingers, drew the nickel away, nnd whispered to his comrades: "Jist look n' thcrc,tho gal's dreaming?" So she was. A big tear had rolled out from her closed eyelid, but her face was covered with a smile. Tho men tip toed out, nnd tho clerk walk- pf - XD D RE SS V" J TIION. COLUMBUS 10 IK! OHIO. I. NKWI.ANO If 7 la a candidate for to Ihe officeof JAILER; aubjecl to the action ol the Demutracy. i:. w. iimnvN !aaOandMataforie-elertlonlnlheorlcerOUN-T- - REFERENCES: I bat lira hinJIInj joui naXTLlMKC nmsiirr Mr.lar wafona. titration. te.. for Iht rnllra haie pant four yrtra. So far Ibr aallifacllan loall whohara konihl thru, ana 1 lo 1 able to Mil a irral ruanjr rnoralhla ftrcl aaaon than anr of l"o prMloui jnn. Truillnj jou will I alii 10 nil an omrri proiui.wr, i am, JUDOE, aubjert lo will oflhe Democracy. tln T. 51. IENNINTON ntcMaJ y.mf limnUHl atmt Hit HOP BHorg lfl If JV ftlluUll fjiilw ijf i I 1 irTMIiwir o I al ..IP .. I rt tlU . i w la a Candidate for reflection to the office of AM3E.SSOR. tfuhject to tbe action or Ihe Democracy rleal or ' U. 9 In t l MM. i7 t'H 1M Mot) IT. iW UltlCH. li . wX. . y 4IMIwltlM ' I Lafajittf.Ind. (Ikxtlkmkx: WcharebHO uilnc anjarlllug sraanao Maker, ed over and touched tho sleeping your work In Clarke rountr for lb put lour jrarawith tblttaalUraction lo ourMlrr anj child. Sho nwoko with a laugh, and cuilomrra. Your burtlM an ! unltrraallf beat LANCASTER, - KENTUCKY. lb knowtalicrrt by our cuitoairra to rf criod out : lor ina prico mai can u uuum iu iuv iwhhj. Combination gprlog llunr It pronounced Your "What a beautiful dream 1 Ma br all to b tbe fined, aonrat, and railnl rlJIm JOHN T. IIK.UI.NS, l'ltOl'ltlKTOI!. r now In utf. Your Ilrwtc r vafon wasn't sick any more, and we had lots bumr la ccrtalnlr wltbout a rlral. TaUnf all In all, wo fcarlcMir T tbat Tour buulra cannot I to cat and to wear, and my hand letten In the country for t jlf, flulab, and duraA riRST - CLASS HOTEL burns yet where nn nngel touched ill" bility. Youratrulr, in every particular. The patronage ol Ihe public, Tkxxaxt A Moan. BprlntfltlJ, Ohio. aollclted, and latltfaclloa guarmleed. When sho discovered that Tier nick for bad In Ittrrr I el had been replaced by u bill, SI of (iKXTLOIKir ami bars not apant a dollarnow refor hare or er two jeare, which loaded her down with all she pair, on thru, and they look nearly ai fol aa Nicholas lUxaa, IJttrjman. IrlMI t ) 1ETGOINS 1KOITNK! I NaT Itf 1 lit Ullatlf, wilbotil tlMtfittmyt I! HOP I i KltlPHf . hat I vtllal IF ' t Ml t .l fcT if Blttr. l lupunitira D. I. C M,a. 4,l vKmJ D ildt-ba- Yo i'ii rrrJ,rm f Xtottmi tff t n.fTrnn Ulll y a, '"! n. 1 If Il-t- fl U' loaf yup :: old-jok- e, could carry, she innocently said : "Well, now, but Ma wont hardly belicvo that you sent up to heaven and got an angel to coruo down and clerk in your grocery." e, new. Hare bad bufjlra of aereral other and Bod none ao good aa the Coluubua Buggy Couipany'a bugf Ira. lleiprctfully, T. E. llaoiDiav. Conyrra, Georgia. ST.ASAPHHOTEL 5f ulii IU. itliun aveti I tI It may mo your n M.'U HtVER ' 'leT .FAIL uor drOt. L,. .T. ,M mII.., fl M, att. li tintu u le.. Si., S la it fori!, It y. (JtKTLKMlx: The buftlea I bate had of your manufacture hare ilten me entire aatUfaeiloa. They are the Iwat I hare eeer uaed for the aane amount of money. Youre truly, JOHN DINWTODIERO'R. Daugherty &Hyde gurmaoit lo Daugkerly A Heliuee, W J F chap as I despised; a woman's heart, I've found out, is a queer thing, and love goes where it is' sent, but if she did and married roe from a mislakened sense of duty, why all I've got to say is I've been punished, too, for I loved her. Perhaps I never felt it na much as I did when I saw her lying whito and peaceful in her chintz gown, with the vio. let on it, and something round her neck that I never see before a little cheap locket with some hair that wasn't' miue. "Then I mistrusted that her heart liad broke, and I said solemnly as I 'My dear, I'll kissed her good-by- : never have a wife hut you if I live tho four scoro and ten 1' and I never "have, and I think mebbo she will see that I loved her truly, and forgive M. Quad. mo nt last." A But a roar of laughter from the Americans drowned his sentence. This bo confused the poor. Englishman, to have his honest opinions laughed at, that he turned his back on us and solemnly waded through the dreary columns of London Punch all tho way into Toronto. PathS Prett Limb. That was a distressing accident to Patti at'New Orleans. Sho appeared on the stage in an Egyptian short dress, disclosing below a pair of stockings of soft Parisian silk. Sho was trilling melting notes in II llarbicrc. Music was flowing from her liquid tongue like sweet waters warbling their! way from the grotto of tho nymphs. ' There was not a ripplo upon the smooth and brilliant tide. But lo I Suddenly the fastening, to one diamoud.studdcd pliant stockinggave way, and-th- e silk, made heavy with its rosebud or naments, came crumpling down, wrinkled and disordered exposing the enameled whiteness and fond perfec tion of the limb. Did' tho acciileut occur with malice prepense? May not tho divine creature hajoj conceiv ed the idea that vulgar aBdunaathet-i- o minds were disturbed with suspicions of a resort to lintcBpfiddiug or tho coarser prosenco of fawnlust, and adopted thisjtago trick to dispel tho opera-glasses Pathetic love story: "It is the first time you ever repulsed' me, Edith, nnd it shall be tho last, smd young DeCourcey, as he arose haughtily and moved toward, tho door. "Stay!" cried she, pitcously, as if her heart would break; "wo must not part in auger." "Well, ho rejoined, half-penitently, "what shall I do?" "Oh, mean?" Gus, don't blame me," she explained, "What does what mean?" "Briuging a nigger to this church." with a perceptible shiver; "my neck is very sensitive. I stood it as long "I took him into my own pew." Uo and warm your "Your own? la that any reason as l could. why you should insult the whole con- nose." gregation?" "But ho is intelligent and well ed- STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, ucated." DEPOT 8T., STANFORD, KV., "Who cares for that? Ho is a nig- I Joplln, Mlaaonrl. H. Coluiu, Llreryuan. OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 NTAM'OIU). - - KE.VFUt'KY, (IkntLehkx: I bare been connected with the manufacture of and dealing In burjrlea for fineen yrara. Your work doea net look like moat factory work, but li amoothly finUbed In wood, Iron, painting and trimming. Material Med In the bugglea haa proved to Columbua Vuggy Company be of the beat. They run light. Eirryoneln BOARD, 92.00 PER DAY. Special Accommodation to Commercial Travelers. Mmirarruaara or Pine Carriages, Buggies, thla county who bare bought your buggleaare well pleaaed; they giro the beat of ntlificllon. Youra truly, E. E. Baggage Tramferred Free of Charge Winchester. Ilia. Wait. I hare recently taken charge of thla homo unt-cla- ii GEO. Dealer for Lincoln and Garrard Cos. FBOFESSIOSIL. O. I. WEAKEN, 12 1 and intend to hare accommodations. MYERS HOTEL, AND WAGONS STANFORD. KY. CAItrENTEB. DU. J. Propr. E. II. BURNSIDE, KENTUCKY 8TANFORD, Office over ltolu 8. Lylle'a alore. Office houra This Old and Woll - Kuowu r. u 7 to r. u lo from to a. on Kalurday, wheu he will go to Crab Hotol Still Maintains its ard till lurther notice. (') High Koputation, 7 9 M.; ; ! PHAETONS, OF : Orch- pl ALL KINDS. - eer-- " "But he is a friend of mine." "What of that? Must you, G, G, WINE, ATTOIINBY A.T DANVILLE, KY., ATTOUNFA" A.T ALEX. ANDERSON. X.AAV, AND there- DE1LK1IX fore, insult tho whole congregation!" "But he is a Christian, and belongs to the same denomination." "What do I care lor that? Let him ' go and worship with his fclloiv-nig-' Monument. Hrailuontv, Will practice In the CourUof Iloyleaud ailjolnlng coiintleaand In the Court of Appeala. Iti Proprietor ii Determined that it Shall be Second to bo Country Hotel in the State in iu Fare, Appointment!, or Attention to Comfort of their Oneitt. We manufacture Carriage of all drartlpllona, employing onlr worciueu and ualrtg only llril-clauialcrlal, and tell al reaaonahle Dgurea alyle, wicluianahlp anl materiel ron.ld- ami. II Y lilt. t"l IfAIKIIIKHTY T.lItU. ,lr. Mark! JAMEa O. OIVENB, TA-"V- . KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST AND SOUTH-EAS- Work JHsVuX I-- t im.r-MVcULj 1 gers." - "But he is worth $5,000,000," taid ' TTKiliSHlHitk. INTERIOR of all UnU sii sth fit., uims villI:, ky. neallj tircu-le- d Bagsage will he reaveyed te aad freaa the depot and Cuttecttona prouipt- Practiced In all tho Courta. rreeefcharge, Sjeclal arreaaaaedatloaa te - ly made. Eiiarlae nar mine IX- aiiUrO. alwaje aaealied wllh the chelreat aiitntaudntl-tnateafurnUh WALLACBK.VA11NON. T. W.VAKNON. hraadaerLlaeereaadl'Igara. Aa Chesapeake & Ohio R.R., oakT rl on application, lf Bad Case of Globus. tho merchant. "Worth what?" THE "Five million dollars." "W6rriiS5,'tro07O00!B"rot!ier"Smrti, introduce me." Toronto Gloho. . ATTOItNKYM 8TANK0IID, Office In O wiley A T. W. W. E. VAIINON, A.O. X.AAV. eictlleat Liven la attacked. KY. Son'a new building up atalra. Purchasing Agency, connectfuu Dlrrrt Itoute nilliuut nrntvKKM Clianer (if Cur lir JOURNAL V'X"1'N33V A.T rAM', LANCASTEK, KY. Maater Cnmniluloner and County Attorney. Will practice In all the Courta of Harvard and adjoining countlea and In Ihe Court of Appeala. H. C. KAUPFMAN. vine, a.y.. . - JOB- -- Having opened a Purchasing Agency In loula I am prepareu by my auti with the leading buuaea ol Ibe city ruixit SnK Would Wed. A daughterof George Ilayden, a citizen, eloped from Mt, Sterling with a young IS I'KKl'AUED.ON- man named Fizzer. At Midway they were met on the cars by another flame of the young lady, named Powers, fwho THE SHORTEST NOTICE, TO EXECUTE asked Ellis Dean, County Sheriff, to LAWYEIW IiniEFS, intercede for hini, and jiersuade the CATAUKJUW, CIBCULAIIH, FKOOKAMME8, fOSTEKS, NOT EH. young lady to return to Mt. Sterling, CHECKS, CARDS, TAOS, ENVELOPES, to her father's. She returned to Lex- I.ETTEU HEADS, NOTE HEADS. BILLHEADS, sho had ington with Dean, and, saying STATEMENTS, UECEIPT8, BUMtENAH, WITNESS CEIITIFICATES.BOND8, a position there as saleswoman, which WEDDIKO INVITATIONS, she would enter upon next morning, FUNEUALNOTICES, -- ETC.. ETC., delusion? If so, it wasVsuccessful. stopped. Early next morning sho The suddeii raising of boarded the train. with Mr. Hughes, CHEAPER THAN ELSEWHERE! appeared like an electric flash through a fireman on theL., C. fc L. It. It., W. 1, W ALTON, the hall, nnd the most aged eyes were went to Jefferson villd, Ind., and got T. K. WALTON, Jr., Proprietor. M7.) Manafur strained with'youthful and amatory married .to. Hughes, i iuterest. La Diva suddenly disap Metcalfo A party of men, living-ipeared, and a moment more returned DanglitBrs, Wives, Hotners! county, went to, the pwuec pf a largo with tho disordered garment adjusted, mill one day last week for the purpose aud tho exposed limb looking as round of buying corn to bread their family. as ever in its gartered elegance. refused to spare any, The mill-maBaaPSwTvlJaaaaaae Louisville Post. saying ho needed nl( be had for his aaaaBwaaaMtiaaaaUBaaaaaaaal At a wedding iu Chicago about a stock. The parties in need told him month ago raw ham was one of the that they would pay SI per barrel, but delicacies served, and several of tho he still declined to let any go. Find-if)- g that' love - UjwV monty were t)f no guests have shown evideuce of the avail, the sufferers drove their wagpresence of trichimu. Most of them have been released of the parasite, but ons to the corn crib, filled them with years old, bo-- corn aud then drove leisurely-homo- . oue lady, twenty-twB. MARCHI8I, lin.lnn till IPOntltmnt PA. Columbia Spectator. nn e.an DR. irml UTICA.N.Y.. a DlaooTererofDlLMAUCHIBrS wrtedto.anddied in great agony. was eveulng. Three of them It Examination of a muscle led to tho went killing a cat. One of them UTJiltlNE CATIIOLICON, poimvi reR imaie discovery of 40,000 parasites in one held a lautcrn, another held the cat, h Tbla remedy iuri act In fharmony eompuiiti. with the Fewill Two ObciIm Regulate firl the ph aud jttem at all square Inch. y jammed tho pistol into male athe abdominal tlatea,uterinealio liumadlttely aud a third niutclee, and upon and tcli, accond the lirer; tiincTill ttie (Frit, them to a healthy and alropi; condition. ao aa to rfoun their function wrficlly Positively tho latest college joke ; tho cat's ear and fired, shooting the Dr. Marclilel'e Uterlue Calbollcou will cure (all In; of the womb, Lueorrkva, Chronla Innainuia. and, J pit will remote at ltaat nineteen Professor says, "Turn is monoy; how mau lu mo uauu who nem tno cat, IWo and I'lccralloa of tbe Womb, Incidental twentieth) of all the ilia that mankind U Hemorrhage or Kloodlog, Talnful, Buppreeaed qrovo- it?'' btudent. sap: uud tho mau who held the lantern was aodlrregular Veualruelloa, Kidney Complaint, to this or an other climate. Hop dooti t ilielr to, la atueclally adapted tu tbe t'bauge of lit a. "Well, you give twenty-fiv- e cents to a wounded in tho arm. The cat left aad for pamphlet free. All Itttere of Inquiry Bend VliffiiWJU tho only thins that will give Addreae aa above. fraelT anewered. saw how .matters stood, and ((lit rltl.lt HY AI.IllllttlGIHTH. natural acjlon to Iheag two fouplofofj train ; that's ia 'quarter to when It I'rlce tl. 60 iar buttle, lie aura and aik for TT that ill:feellug'was,l)ciug engendered. Dr. Marcbl.ra L ttrlue Calbollcou. Take UQ utber. orgaan.- - Maine Karuier. Tu purcliUHC DroiM GooN, Uettlilrky lolteevllle, (lulrkt-e- Dr. Myers, of Paterson, N. J., was recently summoned in great haste, nt midnight, to see a woman who was suffering the most excruciating agonies from having swallowed a set of false uppor teeth, sixteen in number. Several women were about her, who had Anodynes been1 called iu to help her. were administered to relievo her temporarily. Dr. Myers then closely scrutinized her mouth and throat, but could find no evideuce of laceration. Moreover she could swallow readily. lie suggested that tho teeth might have been mislaid, but this was indignantly scouted by the attendants, who declared that tho had searched the house from top to bottom. A further search under tho pillow failed to disclose the missing property, and the case began to look serious, as the poor woman declared she could not stand it any longer, as sho felt the edge of tho teeth cutting into the sides of her stomach, finally, at tho suggestion of tho doctor, tho insido of was examined, one of the pillow-caseand there the teeth were fuuud, perfectly safe and harmless. The patient, who had, a moment before, been suffering from tho lacer ation of the teeth "agaiust tho edt;c8 of her stomach." recovered instant. ir. -- &.i.irf.i.u.u.w was promptly eu.-adieuical llecoru. s well-to-d- PRINTING OFFICE 8TANKOHD, KY. Will practice In tbe Courta ol thla and adlolnlng Office In countlce and In the Court of Appeala. Owaley A Son a new building up Italia. vaARK wOLroaD. A.rX"rOItNJ3V TUOMAB i. HILL. Jit.. A.T ruriilltirc.ilc, All ra prompt alteullou. Partieedcalrlng etui and Ilunlloglun, Staunton, Char Klchund, aud Ihe Shvileatf and mott Ceuifurlablu lloiile lo IA.W, Cor my iatrona, on the moat advantageouiletaia. LYNCIIIiUi.M, DA.NVII.lit. .UUKUI,K Allll ALL DRESSES MADE TO ORDER Comiutulou, S per cent. plea or Informailoo ahouhl aend poalage. MINN M. LUI1A.V. ! Weal Cbetluul St lxulville. Ky. ot fly tbe moat Kaablouable will receive careful aod MIIKBTY, KY. Special attention jlven to collcctlooa. 46'J-l1C. T. l'lerce'a atore. over ATTOUN33YH WOLFOKD aiiiTtaaoH ratTOM. & VirRlnia tt North Carolina Points. 1'1'LLUAM PEYTON. A.T XjA-AV- , Office COKMla ATTACIIkD. HUIIOKON DJ3NTIH1', 8TANKOUD, KY. Office LEE F. HUFFMAN. Itefereucee: llev. Men Helm, Carrulltoo. Ky., Dr. Dudley N. Keynolda, Ixiulatllle; E. (i. Iji(iu, Ue Iburur-Jounvi- l, ljulavllle; W. 1. Walloil, nlltor lNTaaioaJouaiiAL,Staulord, Iter. Oeo. O 4M--tl lUrnea, Kvangelltl. For tltkela aud further Infoauallou, apply to or adJreaa Joururareat ticket offire, Pauenge' Ag't, W. I Ficlgbt and . W. KMITII, WILLARD BOTEL LOTTERY (leu'l Manager, ItKHUoNii, II. PureNltrout Oxide Oat adulnlatered whan quired. South aide Main Street, two doort above the Myera Hotel. re- W. fr'Ill.r.RK. (leu'l l'u.'r Ag'l, ViauialA," DRAWING "BLUE-0RA8- IN HTANFOIID TWO WKKKB LouiavuiK, Kr. November lu, laai. ofeahuiontb,froui Ural Monday, and lu Lancae-tertw- o weekaof each month, Iroiu third Monday. HeMUlvrU. Tbtt Ihe lloard of Commlaaluuer Office In St. Aaaph Hotel, over Mattlugly A Bou'e couarut to a --jatwneiiieul ol the Drawing of I lie y. atore. fSvetlgn. Wlllard Hou-- I lottery unlll tbe 1 tilt day of tl K.U, MOHUAW, D, D. M. IWi.and that tbey will not conecut to any furthtr ioalonemenl oflhe aame. IloVKKTMALUiar, Cbairmau, WILL ITTmL UK l ISrOTIOE 14th February, 1882, OR EOUTE." MONEY REFUNDED! KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. THE MOST DK.1M.A1JM. ItllUTE T- O- THE NEWSPAPER A.1U..X4, lly tbe above rnolulloo tola drawing mutt aud will be had ou the day Hied, or money diilrlliuted back to tlcket'holdera. drawing will be bad, aad notice of aame will be given through, thepapera. CINCINNATI! THE ONLY LINK ltUNNINO n m m NI3WHY, GOOD, OriXJAlM Courier-Journa- l. XalSO' The OF 1MIIV5X3H. FREE PARLOR OARS a Weekly Tint Djuaua-JouawA- o J. .it.i' yl re South. Aa a reliable and valuable newipiper, It baa no eiirlor lu thla couulry or la tbe world. It make, earnetl. vlgoroua war on Protective Tar-I- n Itoblwry and Mormon l'ulygamy two evlla tbat blight tbe prorlly and morality of tbe Dulled stale.. 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CD, Will I'd, Any oue aeuding lour yearly aubacrlbere and all WILL-UtHOTKI, LOUISVILLE, KY. dollaia, will be entitled to au eitra copy ol tbe Courier-Journoue year, free u auy ad Weekly McUOIIEHTrl A SI'AIHI. A(ll!r.TH. W. N.llALOrJMAN. dieaa. Addreaa Courier-JournrllANFtlltD. KY. I"ril.li-u- t Co., loulaillle, Ky, nun, Editor,) It, by circulation aud reputation, tbe ackuowludged lUyritnUnllv Atunptiir ol the (Henry Wntler. TwoCath rrlaea, lacli tt.OW 6,000 Five (alb Prlael, each Il,ou0..... .. ,6O0 rive Cath 1'rlm, each V)0 ...... a,wo riny Cath Prlara. each 1100 o.OUO One Hundred Caab Prlua, each Five Huudred Cath Prlua, each IM..... lo.ouo .... 1,000 One Mel ol Har Furniture &00 , Oue Flue Piano 100 One llandaome Silver Tea Set im lloiea Old llourlwu Whltky J II, KM 1U0 10 llaaket Cbiuipagno 15 ,ouo Five Hundred Ceah Prlaat, each 1 10.. 400 llona Flue Wiuea) IW.... W.owi WO lloiea Iloberlaon Covr.tr Whltky, W, 6,000 4U0 lUiita Havana Clgart, 110. 4,000 6,000 He Huudred Caah Prlara, each 110 . Two I'aah Hotel wllh all IU lORi", 0011 Flituree and furniture. 114.000 One llealdcuce ou llrven Htreel. ... .... 11,000 (Joe Itealdence ou ureeii Slrevt.. ..- -, n lllard l'rltet, each 13.100 fUU,UUU Xwuxliiulon hiiiI Olliciliniat .....- 10,000 4,000 -- BETWEEN 1. TIME TABLE, IN EFFEOT MAUCII Lve. 13, lUlp- - liu..... Maytvllle.... Parla., .. . Cviithlaua... Fatmoulh,... Arr. Cincinnati. . '' Ialogton .. .. .. 8:n amllMO p lu M amj ui CU HM am SitO p tu .....mIio.oo am 4.4(1 put 111:13 a ml 6.0 p m ...... -- . 7:30 a hi, 2.IS p lu .. Ua ve vllle Islington al 41lu. .ll p. m, m and arrive at Maya leavea Free lVrlor i'r Cluclnuall at t If. u. I, Cloae connection made luCloclnnall for all polnla Norlh.Eaat and Weal, riivclal ratet to Emlgranta. placea fur a Aak the Agrut at Ibe above-namIhe "blue (Jraaa lloule." Hound-tri- p lUketa from Maytvllle and Leilngtou lo eold at rcduci4 ralca. Forratraon bouachold guoda and Wetteru tick-et- a, addrt-- u CIIAS. Ai HA6l.h"lT, lieu. Emigration Agt., Coviugtou, Ky, JAUKia EltNUT, II. P.A T. A.