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Semi-weekly interior journal: February 14, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882021401_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: February 14, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. "."mi Heilll litrfto Imifttai 3fiH 9LUi)ftX."UM13IJHt jrcwu-cttthf- 510. '. The C STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, EEI3RUARY U, Bbciplet of ChrittTJieir 1882. Sheriff. ij $nicrior$0iirii;t( ditor and Proprietor. Butinttt Manager. Suiisckiition, S2.50 1'kk Annum. Werl ttihetnglieh.Speatlg-Baptitt- e India. (Published tif IlfUMt.) in A paper rend befuro tho Femalo Missionary Hocicty of tho Methodist cliurch nt Stanford, ivy., February C, 1882. ! corao tho watchword of Missions over t"m ' since." It was hero resolved that a m, Thad St.ren Became a Teetotaler, ).Un bo prepared for tho next meet- th(j who,o Umo of hU Uufi ing to Ve bdi at KeUcr.ng, Oct. 2. Mcnco in Laucaator, Mr. 8lavon, was 1,91, at wh.chresolut.ons were pass- j,;Hfe ..tcelola,er... TUi jan uncom , The ,, Ul0 cd, and the soc.ety was formed. hhto of hs lo ab. cnt.ro amount secured upon the or- - (a-Whilo ho was in Gettysburg ho 2i. ganizatlon was waga member of a select circle who naUD income.of were accustomed to meet around at ' cnch other's houses and spend tlie eve- .. Tho opposition was fierce and bitter j , ,n , , wJj,t nm, . cxtcnd.ng to the secular press. 1 ho wiuQ am, Ono oyeul Mlnburgh Rffcu,.( as late as 1814, ,avorit0iWho o tho t thena leading exponent of thought on WM j, In Gctt 0, lho moral questions, h . this b 9 btwal becoming little Inebriated.wa. to say: "Iu rooting out a nest of con- -' escorted home by two of his friends, . socrated oobbters, and in bringing to who, firiding his latchkey, let him in ' light such a perilous i of trash, as, , . V2wcfo obliged to "d,,e? Ihroughln could find i way upstairs, our'rooent article upori tho Missioua- . . In tlm mornipg when bis, wife camo . ,. , 'down sho found him lying upon the ,B Jiayqijeiidcrpfl a useful sorvico tn the entry floor iload. Ho had had' an at causo of rational religion. And tho tack of apoplexy during' the night writer, after, contending that Mission-.,,- .. .1 Air. btovens heanl oC it ho arice ih India aro a sourco of danger, ivunt Ttiln lila lallni. tvltk fl tmflint to our dominion there, closes the art! broke open tho heads of his wino and cicala tti&e words: "The Euglish whisky barrels, and would never tasto Board of Control are so entirely of our any thing of the sort afterward. 6wu)wayfof tuhikinjthst tho ,' most peremptory orders.havo been iss'ued to There is a man in Bellevue IIos-pitNew York, with a faco that aeuu an mo luissionanes iiuiiiu uhjii Tho Missionary work in India commenced near lift closo ol the last ccn Whether a deeper piety per !ury. the h'cn'rti of God's children, or wither they wcro closer students of tho Inspired word, we n!cd not enquire, but sure it was, (hat the Divino Spirit ql them to tnko a broader view extcut, beginning alittto North of of "Tho Commission," and to reach Madras, and extending atong tho coast out for opporfunithVoTifulto n dilier--cn- t rather moro than half tho distanco to service, from that to which they Calcutta, (said to contain fivo or six had in times past doyotod.lliw'rjjWf, millions more pooplo than our Now England and Middle Slates combined) Androw Fuller Iscrodilsldvith few years tho scene of one of tho founders of"our Mission, has leen for a a wonderful revivals, sometimes oao and was its ftrst secretary. (Hut to In tho conversion of William Carey, a shoemaker, (hough meeting resulting hundreds of souls. A membership of a devoted, humble minister of the belongsl 7(808,at,lliffloui, India, are now supgospel also an Englishman thohoi)or,of. being tho first Missionary porting twclvo Missionaries. At On rreln Tmtia in nnfl niaafirtv nitmiuip ....., .M w.w ...VV...A, MM.VV. In India. "Ilia Mart wm enl Htmn appointed 75 new help tho couvor.iou of ih 1,oil1Pn. ntinr ,wI,,hwl whole number I ers as lay preachers, lo 178C, and tho ouay which ho bapl.ied s.ncc the organisation of this urate at Moulton 'on tho obligations 18(57, 15,700. of Christians to uio means for thiir church in January conversion" was widely circulated, The number baptized last year, 1,875. arid i 'his conversations, prayers and Could tho first convert Krisnoo Pat have looked into this decade, and sermons, wcro mostly accompanied havo seen tho relinuo of worthy follow with tomelhing rclativo to this subject' At a meeting held in Clipstono crs, numbering now over 300,000, in 1701. Mr. Carey prepared a ques- how his heart would havo bounded ' tion, "whether it was not practical and for very joy. Hut to mention iu tho. most casual our bounded duty: lo attempt some tliinglownrd spreading tho gospel iu way tho labors, and their results of Thomas, of Judson, of Marsluunn, of tho heathen world." "Tho public service i wcro attended Ward, of Fountain, of Bunker, and witli in re. than ordinary solemnity, scores of others, many of whom ' have rdward, would weary ami mis question was considered alter gono to their il,nv w. a Vr.iiSnl.m : your patience. I5o exhorted in con- May 1892, .Mr. Carey preached n very ' cIusion lo 8ko courago, and think not animated discourse from Isaiah 5l:2,Jl,iat l,, ,iw'uE. loving father is fad prmnl two things in par-- 1 wi1'B U) recognize a feeblo work' of ticular us expository of "lengthening on0 n,is children now if offered in our cards and strengthening our faith; since ho has thus blessed a feeble stakes" "that wo should expect great hegiuning, Ixaido leaving it on record, widow wjio cast two jhldgfcjiml that wo should, attempt lh, U,ie ,nl tho treasury, gave moro which havo great things'"-wo- rds ' Acknowledge tho great obllgatlm un tier which it 1$ laid, by tho'benovo-len- t exertions tnmlo by tliwo GOO Missionaries, whoo blameless cxnmplo and tolMcnying labors nro infusing now vigor into tho stereotyped life of tho great imputations placed under hngluh rulo, and aro preparing them to Iw in every way be'ller men, and tatter citizens in tho great empiro in which they dwell." Hut to cqmo down to tho present time. We read of churches organized, of books published, of schools tn prosperity, of tho Karen Theological with somo 50' native students, of houses of worship being built, and of tho most remarkable religions revivals to bo heard of any where Tho who occupy a spaco in Tcloogoos, Southern India of about 700 miles ip Bern-ifmr- Meter, The Like to be Hugged. The 6Hce of Count Faith and Practice.- - tho death of President Oar-fielunusual interest has been shown tn the religious pcoplo with whom ho was Identified. In tho hopo that n bcltar'understanding may bo rcaohod concerning those principles which guided, him In life and sustained him in death, this brief statement Is pre , sented. Sinco tii f.i it intrroiiY. ,, m M.i IT " Ui 0! (!' StoAT MM , ad Jrk n' r' '"T ..Ji. oppcaranco of disturb .luoso who navo sous ana brothers in India may now sleep iu jeice, " Hut note tho cliauge. Ha who hath chosen tho weak tilings to confound the mighty, has so prospered this that we aro coiisrhined tjjlxdliim: "Jeho)d what God liatli fwrougtit;" Tho English Government report of 180p, fifty years afcr says: "This largo body of English and .American Missionaries bring to bear 'their moral influence witli tho greater force, because they act together with a compactness which is little un- uauerslobd. Thoy havo frequently addressed tho Government on Importe ant social questions involving tho of (he natives, and have suggested valuable improvement in existing laws. They have prepared hundreds schools aud general cirof works-fo- r culation jiji 15 chief languages pf India. They have given to tho people new ideas, not only in religious questions, but on the naturo of evil, tho obligations of law, and tho motives by which huu.au conduct should bo governed. ' Insensibly a higher standard p(, moral conduct in becoming familiar to' the people, especially to the young. The Government of India cannot but the slightest anco. wel-(ar- A little girl was presented with a canary ou Sunday, and after bestowing the gift her uncle said, "Well, Ejllo, I suppose your bird will siog never altera its "expression in tho only hymns "I know he ,! Lnabl f f slightest degree. Something is tho will," said tho demure littlo miss, who TIllilH I'ltAtTICK. matter with his nerves and muscles, 1. In. admitting persons to baptism had recently been reading about songbo that thoy do not Work at all. Not and church membership, tho only birds and their habits. "What 'makes the faintest snliio, nor a suggestion oi so sure ot it r curiously ositeu ot faith presented for their ac a frown ever varies, the stolid monot- ceptance is thisf 7'ImI Jesus is the he'giver. 'Causo it's a him-- ' bird," ony of his countenance. Tho features Qiritt. the Son Hackensack was tho naive reply. God. of aro. regular and rattier haudsomo,thero 2yrIi harmouv with tho, primitive Republican being no distortion, orV any outward church, they uniformly "practice imThe Supreme Court oi Kansas has evidence of the aflcction other than mersion, as tho only Scriptural action decided unconstitutional as much of the strange immobility. His naiuo is of baptism. tho prohibitory law as prescribes a Henry Btube, but lie is called "Mas-ky,3, They observo tho Lord's Supper, punishment for drunkenness, on the because his'&ce is like a mask, iu counectiou.wtth other nets of wor- ground that tho provision was not exbchiud which ho laughs aud weejis ship, ou'every First Day of'tho week, pressed it. the title of tho bill. The uusicen. He has worn that mask of and regard this solomn feast as open court says that persons legally In nos- his own two years. Ho acquired it to , the enjoy incut ofalj' believers in session1 of liquor caitdnuk, burn or after a neuralgic cold, Ho is being Christ: give jfaway. i a treated with electricity chiefly, aud " 4V. Respecting church government, A Massachusetts revivalist says that physicians think ho will recover. they conform tn the congregational "yoiiug ladies who dauco well, boouer In, Lower Califor- polity ,' and' tho ministry is composed or later, dauco in hell." The recent storm But what nia which covered the blooming wild of bishops or elders, deacons nnd will be said of those preachers who roses with seven inches of snow is still evangelist. rave and scream, and use corruptive p,jfficir coj.YonJionsJ and assem- slang and dance like madmen? regarded there as a great, although somowhat disastrous, event. The drifts blies aro nof legislative but deliberat The now .Garfield postage in some places wero ten feet deep, tive, and held solely (or co operative stamp will bo ready for issue March work. Tho pooplo, however, have returned O.ThoJDIsolpIlesJbegauahelr move 1. The stamp h pronounced tho true to their groove. ment'with an earnest plea for Christ- likeness oi General Garfield, uud tho Mollenry will have to givo an ofSce ian uuiou, and thoy havo contiuued handsomest stamp yet Issued by tho and a cliromo to each recruit, before to urge that, plea ' to tho prcsout time. postoflico department. his "party" will get to bo a rival even They cordially Invito all Christians lteuiembcr alt dUtiiwi of tlm stomach , of the lato lamented Greenback' party, to unite with (hem ou the puro Word iptestlpen, urinary and dlgetlr orwu, of Gild. Christian Standard, Bouth Kcntucklan, are cured lijr milng Itrowu's Iron Hitters. ar-tic- Early in the prciont century, a movement began In tho various churches throughout Great IJrilnin, Canada and tho United States, whose issues this ago is unablo to determine Men had become dissatisfied respecting tho Scriptural authority of human breeds nnd ordinances: and fho utterances of legislative councils. Thoy longed for n return to tho prlmifivo faith and practice of the early church, and to this end invited tho of all sincere Christians. Pro eminent nmong the rcforaws was Alexander Campbell. HI comprehensive mind grasped the difficulties of mntltrn Christianity nnd quickly solved them by tho application of a graat fundamental principle. That principle, was tho sovereign authority of tho Lord Jesus Christ over all human tribunals. .Campbell, was not the founder of a eccf, much less of a church. He was simply a discoverer oi tho old Bible truth that e had lain beneath (he rubbish r of creeds for centuries. His, great purpose was to restore to tho world. Primitivo Christianity in faith nnd practice; in letter and inspirit. , desired that Christians miiiht bo uni ted on of Iho Lord, the one faith,, and the one baptism. Ho saw that human names and human rites wcro an insurmountable barrier He therefore to Christian union. plead for n restoration of Bible names for Bible things. Where tho Bible tpoko, ho upoke; and where tho Bible was silent, ho was silent. Tho appeal thus umdo was not in vain, and thousands soon responded by associating tlicip.splves on the Bible alone. Since that tlnio Uio Disci pics have grown rapidly, and now number over COO.OOO., They have numerous institutions ot learning, and issiie various publications, all pleading for a return to the faith and practice of Primitivo Christianity. TII EI u iUITir. 1. They believe that tho Holy Scriptures are divinely inspired, and aro a sufficient rulo of faith and prac'' tice. ' 2. They believe that Jesus was God manifest iu the flesh; that he died for our sins, according to the Scripture:),' 'that ho rosd from the dead; that he ascended on high. where he ever lives to inako intercession for us. ' ' '.J 3. Thoy beliove that it is tho mis sion of the Holy Spirit to convict tho world of sin, of righteousness, and judgment, and to. dwell in the hearts of believers as their Comforter. I. They believe that tho gospel is the power of God unto salvation to every ono that bolieveth. 5. Thoy believe in'thenecesdty o( faith, repentance and baptism in order to the forgiveness of sins. 0. Thoy bcliovo that it is llieir privilcgo and duty to observe tho Lord's Supper on the First Day of the wook, aud thus show tho Lord's death till ho conies. 7. They believe that the ungodly shall go away into everlasting punish-- ' rnent'lmt the righteous into life otor- man-mad, Clara Belle says: It struck me forcibly at tho Charity Bill, on Tuesday night, that man doesn't live up to his hugging privileges. Thcro were hundreds of wealthy, elegant and reasonably lovely girls, with their snugly, laced waists fairly aching in vain for tho encirclement of manly arms. Tho fellows who did waltz were, as a rule, miserable apologies for partners, not out of their teens, and altogether such as a htglisptritcd girl likes to turn up her noso nt. Tho physically and intellectually solid chops were too lazy, or, in somo other way lo bo disinclined, to bo affected by tho appealing oyes of tho longing sex. It is a fact that tho dancing dono in New York fash-lonahl- o society depends On boys to keep it going. Men don't liko it. Women aro usually very fond ot it, but custom wont let them solicit partners. Another truth dawned upon mo at tho Charity, and it was that the talk about the disabling qualities of women's clothes is bosh. I had that day read of Mrs. Swisshelm saying that, as fashionably dressed, we wcro "unfit to stand erect or walk a block," and that not one in ten thousand had "room inside her clothes for the rise and fall of her ribs in breathing." Nevertheless, here were plenty of tightly-corsetewomen able and willing to take violent exerciso from which tho loosely-dressemen desisted. What does old Mrs. Swisshelm say of that? Their ribs didn't rise and fall under their bodices, possibly, yet they had a pretty comfortable time, and I didn't observe that those who danced, wero particularly On tho contrary, I saw a girl whoso naturally slender waist was all but bitten in two by cruel stays, and all of whoso palpable breathing was done in the spaco bared by the square, low opeuing in her corsage, use up three tolerably stalwart dancers iu succession, nnd still show no signs of exhaustion. d short-winde- Injudicious haste, nnd impulsive and crudo legislation, has well nigh ruined tho office of Sheriff in Kentucky. Stripped of its legltimato fees, Thin New Mill, conlaliiliiK (lie Intent hiiiI Its attraction comes moro largely (rom desire (or official stations than from allurements of compensation. In Barren county no SherilT for tho past ten For iiiaiiiilHctiirliiR nionl it ml Hour, Ih how In full operation. or twelvo years has failed to becomo Wo will Rrlinl for ciiHtoniorw, Tor lio present, on TiicslHy,1Vcil. embarrassed, or clso has gone out of iiCHlny,'Tliiin4tHy, hii1 NHtimln-oichc1- i week, and on office quite as poor as when he entered Conrt-DajhiiiI all oilier public day. Wo Nollclt n liberal Minrc upon his duties. Mr. Willmm II. of patronage and will endeavor lo give entire HUlUfaclloH. Denham, as careful, economical and industrious officer as tho county has had in years, has been compelled to AlwajH on hand and for xnlc. IliglicRt chrIi price paid for Corn, abandon the placo on account of its Wheat, ate. OrdcrMlcft at Mill promptly attended to. meager compensation. Tho conseMATTINGLY, McALISTER & CO. quence is Barren county has no Slier-id- , and thcro are no applicants for tho nlacc. The Le cislaturo should cive this matter its early attention, The ofiico should be vitalized nnd renders ed valuable enough to invito occupants. As the thing now stands, tho placo is going and finds nobody willing to assume tho heavy responsibilities of the placo for the insigniGcaut pay attached to it. Glasgow (Ky.) Times. wm mtss NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 17: MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY H Flour, Meal, Corn, Bran, ShipstulT, &c, first-clas- M'ROBERTS&STAGG He sat at her feet in quiet peace. Ho rooked into her face nnd said softly, "Ah, dear, I could sit here forever." "Could you love?" answered she. "Yes, sweet." "You are right sure you could, dar- She Permitted Him. REMOVED -- HAVE- TO THEIR- W T Court-House. - !M J ling?" Opposite the. it, my own."' well, then, you sit there, for I have an engagement to go out with young Mr. Fitzspooner, and I wont be back this evening. Turn down the lamp and fasten the night latch when you go away. Ta, ta, dear." And she went out leaving him thero in the awful solitude of her goneness and his "I know "Very Thoy Invite You to Cnll and Sco thorn Whether ,Xou Wish to Buy Anything or Not. F. STUKENBORG & BRO Manufacturer! and Dealtraln A' Kind, of bitter disappointment. Herald. . Steubenville ITJIORIIsrillTI CJHRIEUII MATTRESSES, CHAIRS, Parlor Suits, &c. JioH. O a - - - Elephant e 'Milt. The birth of Barnuni's baby elephant has afforded an opportunity for obtaining the milk oi the animal for analysis, and Prof. Dorcmus has improved the opjwrtunity. Ho says: "It is evident that tho milk approaches tho composition of cream. It was pleasant in flavor and odor, and very superior in these respects to that of many animals. Tho fat is a light yel low, resembling olivo oil, aud is very pleasant in flavor and taste. From whatever standpoint we view the lacgiants, teal product of these we are fully warranted iu ascribing to it not only extreme richness, but also great delicacy of flavor." The mothers daily diet is three pecks of oats, one bucket of bran mash, five or six loaves of bread, half a bushel of roots (potatoes, etc.), fifty to seventy-fiv- e pounds of hay and forty gallons of Chicago Times Special. water. four-foote- d Mr. John I). Ilrntliera, of I'ortainoutli, O., writes: "'Two yearn ago I aufleretl from a revere attack of malarial fever; I vrai brought Terr low to death' door; I had never fully recovered, and often was diitreaaed with bilibuAneM, headache, nink-in- g chill, night awealx, Imligeation and About three months painful urination. ago I noticed an advertisement of Ilrown'a Iron Bitten In a Cincinnati paper. From tin lint, it teemed to be the medicine I had long needed. I am now jul aa strong and hearly aa a buck, and weigh nearly one half again aa much an I did three montha ago. PKOrEKSlOXlL. and 11 JEasl l'enrl Street, CINCINNATI, O. YOU WILL SAVE 10 TO 13 PEtt CENT. ON A bill or good, at our house. French DU. J. O. CABPENTEB, 8TANFOIID, - - - i - - - KENTUCKY Office oer Ilobt. 8. Lrtl'a "tore. Office houn r. .; exfrom 7 to 9 a. .; 12 to I r. m 7 to cept on Saturday, when b will go to Crab Orchard till further nolle. Sets, with Largo Glass, $50, SCO, $75 & Upwards. At Bureau Sets, $20, $25, $30 and up. Parlor Suits, Seven Pieces, Eitler in Hair, Cloth or Terry, At 830, $35, $40, $50 & Upwards. Visitors to our city are respectfully invited to call and see our stock of goods, whetherthey wish to pur chase or not. Dressing-Casp Murble-To- No. I O 11 Knat HI.. Lower Slilf, NcnrSfiilii, Clnciiiiinll. Olilo. REMEMBEIITIIE PLACE. ATTOIINBY A.T DANVILLE, KV., ATTORNEV A.T ALEX. A.NDEHBON. X.A.AV, Will practice. In the Courts or Boyle and adjoining counties aod In the Court of Appeali. GEO. D. WEAREN, STANFORD, LANCASTER and HUSTONVILLE, DEALEU JAMES Q. QIVENB. XiA.W. prompt-ly Sll Slh St., LODISYILLK, KY. Collection, TraetlcM Iu all tho CourU. made. IN WALXACKR.VARNON. In regard to the punishment of T. W.VABNON. T. W. & W. E. VABWON, crimo scntimcntalism rules in KenATTOUNKY8 AT XiA.W. 8TANFOHD. KY. tucky. Crime is a misfortune. In stairs. Office In Owilcjr A Son's new bulldlng-- up tho average case the culprit must be O. KAUPPMAN. H. tenderly cared (or. He must not be A.a"roitN:Ev KY. cajw, hurt. The protection of the commuLANCASTER, nity is lost sight of. If juries occa- Muter Couimlalonrr andofCountr Attorney. Will (Jarrard and adjoining practice In all the CourU sionally do their duty our tender- counties and la the Court or Appeals. THOMAS P. HILL, JR., hearted Governor is apt to interfere ATTOnNEY A.T IA."V, and arrest the course of justice. 8TANFOBD, KY. Grain, Wool, Orchard Grasss and other Seeds, a.t Covington Commomvcallh. Will practice Iu the Courts ol this and adjoining counties ana in me tours oi Appeus. uuice la Owsley A Son's uew building up stairs. ni.DK. wor-roe- msTKsaoii & A.T ATTOIINEY8 KY. LIBEItTY, liEE rr WOLPOBD PEVTON, T.i.A.'W. Office Special attention glreo to collections. Mtf-lj- rr oyer U. T. Tierce's store. OFM.A.irt isa: yjsz jA. i i C3r I V. 8Tjit-3i:o- HUFFMAN. a ix3ii-'.a?i- o 3NTIS. "i V 8TANFOM), KY. Office South tide Mala Street, two doors aboye the Myers Hotel. Pure Nitrous Oxide Uaa administered when required. TWO Hnr.n.0 US IN STAWr-Ulllof each mouth, from first Monday, and Iu two weeks or each uionth, Irom third Uouday. Office in St. Asaph Hotel. orerMsttlngly A Sou's .loro.t .See MOR AN p. p. 8. HlmE I WILL NOTICE KY. alol Stanford Female College. STANI'OKD, ': ' 'I With a Full Corps of Teachers, Thlsluitltutlon onrJ Its Twelfth Cession ou zu Muuusy ,u the iu ALL THE MUNCHES Or A J.'Ua?ItvHiifrts. Noir-lllmier- a- ' -- THOROUGH ENGLISH COURSE Are tausbt, aa well as BuaQiES s, car-loa- A.isrr Mower, Ilrty-llakt- carbiages, H, e- "- r?r1.i'a.-1- "' five-cen- MUHIO, THE IiANaUAOEH. DKA.W. INO AND PAINTINO. TERMS MODERATE. For full particulars, as to Board, Ac, address MKH. fs. raln l)rIllx,Corii.lMHiiterH,NulUy lMoHH, CulllVHtorts, Hiirrown, CtrH.ShllcrM, Klrawt'iHlfn. Hay l'rNNtM, '1 krcisk- liir Mat'lilHCH aad KhkIhcm, i "First-olMilQwo- semi-tropi- o Aud other Implements and Mscliinery. We buy eiclusWelj from Munufioturers. lots, and consequently ofetain the largest dhcounfand d direct, for cash, in In Tuition, prties yeue from IB to tsu Iu lb a; Keasouabla t'riuisrjr, tU; loteriuedlats regular Departments, lowest rates of freight. Our motto is t IJO; I'reparatojy, tW. and Ullelate, 140. Respectfully, GEO. D. WEAREN, L. IVITIIKKN, Mauagt-r Btanfoid, Ky. . 0. TKUKHKAKT. frlMclpnl, IV. Maafurd, CatKKIV IJucotn Co., Ky. IjiusiUt A WIIsLIAMH,.. Mauers .Ml Prpot jTuituurllle PepoL Tim Letrislaturo has no idA of ad I. . Unlteati Is Renins leas lioiwful ami ready commenced retting bck the jou ruing before corn planting time, at pegs on the time hn Jihs martlerotis ef least. A proposition to bold evening forts will be appreciated. Iff says "the 3C"5T. sessions with n view to an early ad- taay do what they please with my hotly, eaaaass"" journment was voted down with a but the American people will be satisfied Tuesday Morning, February 14, 1882 whoop. Fivo dollars n day and milo-ng- In less than fifty years that my act was for whllo riding on n frco pass, is tho the benefit of the country," EDITOR W. P. WALTON, The New York Grand Jiiry, among biggest thing n majority of tho members 'over got hold of, and they aro Its presentments; Included "one declaring mls liia , "Address to tho pcojilo of not going to give it up till tho very that the practice of clvinir free pata la legislators and others holding office under Kentucky" IJurlirulgo was unwiio last moment. State and city Governments Is contrary to enough to garblo tomo extracts from all proper Ideas of public policy, and LEO IS LA WE. Basil Duko'i History ot Morgan' should be prohibited by law. It should Mr. Done.h his presented a hill lo not only be prohibited, but effectually Cavalrv. which tflken ly thomsekes and without tho qualification given Charter the town of Ooreburjr, otherwise; punished. Col. J. W. Hudson, late manager of the leniences In tho took, gave n known as Danville Junction. The bill lo malt sItictlon n 'felony the stock farm of M, II. Sinford, it will be endorsement to so mo of was kind of quasi lM on the Utile In the House. There recollected, was charged with removing tho miscreant's dcods. To this uso of were loo minr vounit bucks to adroit Iu seven line thoroughbred coils and fillies his book, Gen. Duko protests, ntjd passa. from the farm when the stock and farm publishes a lengthy card, although A bill increasing the Jurisdiction of were, sold to D. flwtgert, and putting seven animals In their pjacw. On he feels it "extremely ilisngrceible to the Msglstratc In certain counties to $250 notico In any way this man or any- pssxeil the Home. Case Is one of the Wednesday Mr. Hudson left for pn la unIn known. Saturday It is understood he was thing which ho may say. No rcputa counties embraced the bill. Senator I!lln has pttsenlej a' bill to Indicted by the Grand Jury of Fayette for bo In hlo pers6ri in Kentucky could prevent the sale of spirituous, vinous, or grand larceny. Ills was a terrible fall. duced to clvo him even that sort of malt liquors within one mile ofKobarda A. M. Soleldo, Jr, clerk of a Senate social recognition which charity some- Ch.il anil School. houo, In Casey county. committee, and Charles Ilarton, managing The agony Is over, and Col. S. I. M. editor of Ihe Aaioiuit RrjmMltttn, at Washtimes accords very low people; and to engage in any discussion with him Major haa been again elected public prin- ington, had a hostile meeting in Ihe office is as distasteful as to bandy epithets ter; the vote standing Major 83, Col. 11. M. of Ihe newspaper, at 10 o'clock Friday Kelley, of the IOii!svllle Commtnlal 28, night, resulting In a fatal wound for the with the inmato of tho Stato prison." and T. J. Key, Greenbacker, 2. former, who died twenty-fou- r hours later. Hotcomplctes tho sentences garbled A bill Is before the house making It The cause was an article In the TitpubUntn addi- unlawful for "any perton to own or keep a reflecting on Soteldo. An autopsy from, and presents somo strong on the tional proof of Burbridgo's bloody dng In this Commonwealth who shall not remains indicates that his destli resulted work, and ends with tho following have procured a liccnun from the Clerk of from a pistol ball fired by his brother, and scorching words: "It is simply my the County Court of hi residence." The not by Clarence Darton. licence tee la lo be $1 for each dog, which A dispatch from Somerset saya that intention in this communication to Is lo go to a fund to pay owners for sheep the pardon of Jim Loge Lair was found In mauifestly improper use of or cattle killed by them; the surplus, if the clerk's office Frldar, correct. a and Ihe tiun passages quoted from a book written any, to go to the school fund. Let tit be was released from jail. He wept like a child when the pardon was shown hlin In by me, and to assure tho pcoplo ol parsed by all mean. prison. The pardon was dated January Kentucky, or whoever may'havo read NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. 22, 18C7, and signed by Thomas E. Rrau-leltliavo alluded, tho nrticlo to which I Governor, and John S. Van Winkle, IXtn Tnlbott, prominent Ciliien of that. I am no witness to whitewash Secretary of Htate. Lair Is the man who 1'aris, Ky., dropped dead, Sunday. criminals' who by common consent nre Capt, John W. Caldwell, of Harrods- - was chatged with the killing of WIN. Albeyond tho region of pardon. To this burg, died on the 9th, aged 71 years. corn In 18G0, and was arrested in Kaunas extent only xsould I bo induced to noThe trial of the Ashland murderers about a month ago and brought Iu that tice any thing produced by this man; cost the State, including pay of soldiers, place. Col. Frank Wolford was in Frankfort and thu concludes oven that sort of $3,000. Uunn's Mercantile Agency reports 131 yeiterday. He remalked that his constinotico." STANFOBD, Or IR, .A. IDT 3DOjpiO I3 E 3ST THE -- c. KZE3STTTJOK:SraSTDETW I - IN" G-- ONE-PRIC- E CLOTHING HOUSE -- 3 Main Street, Stanford, Ky., formerly occupied by McRoberts & Stagg, SUNT 333NTTIDFIII5IL-T2- " Men9 naft Beyf d Bought for Spot Cash, at an Immense Reduction, and I 'offer the same at; ces which cannot fail to convince the public that . ClatMing lijasMngIBOOTS, SHOES, ctoo., STOCK. OF 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 politely and dealing fairly and squarely with all. No misrepresentation. Every article as represented and satisfaction guaranteed. All I ask is a fair trial. greatest difficulty, were able to control tht-and Save thennelves and children. The good work goes steadily on. The revival at Double Springs Is "extending Its borders," anil now people are coming many miles lo beer the gopel as delirered by the ltev. Wm. fyree. To this writing there hare been 07 additions to thechurch. Kvcry meeting (night and day services) we hear the "shout of new born souls," and sinners continue to bow at the altar and Implore the mercies of God, while his children pour forth their souls In prayer for the guilty and condemned before him. R0BT. S. , I. KLASS. LYTLE I fc e, SUCCENKOK TO JIcAJLI.SXJKn lVTJTE, StTAlTFORD, - - ECEisrTTjaK:"". . H"A . Nrian6 member Of the Virginia Legislature is creating a consternation among tho young and old bloods of that State, by endeavoring to havo a law passed fo prevent whito men from haing mulatto miatrwscd. The bill provides that when two persons shall havo-livetogether two months, and the birth of an infant follows in due course of time, it shall be recognized in tho Courts of the Commonwealth of tho male person as the so cohabiting, and bo entitled to his name and inheritance. Tho bill fur ther provides that a cohabitation of three months Bhall constitute a legal marriage, and any person marrying thereafter unless separated by divorce or death, shall be subject to all the laws in vogue against bigamy. The law would be a good one, but there are too many rakes in the body which will determine its fate, to put it upon the statute books of the State. . ... .. d heir-at-la- failures last week against before. for the week - The vote which decided against Mrs.' Annio Oldham Cook's application for an increase of 5500 in her salary, as Librarian is to be reconsidered, and this means that she is to get all she asks for. Mrs. Cook is oufvffthc finest conversationalists in thol State, and is coquetto enough to know how to uso those pleading black oyes for all they aro worth, and many an unsuspecting legislator will think they are worth millions before she gets through with them. We cau hardly 'blamo the boys, for tho plea of a pretty and fascinating woman is hard to resist, and it will be but human nature tojsucconibr By tho way, why don't tho Agricultural Department and tho Librarian unite their offices ? 1884. The combined salaries would pay one A man in Ohio, from 240 hens, sold first rat?, and tho twain would be but 22,000 eggs from January till October of one you know. We are sure the Aglast year, and received over $1,300 for ricultural Department favors the prop- them besides raising over 200 chickens. Total cost only $250. osition. I book-keep- Noble Duller, of Louisville, the well- Known teacner ana author or many school book, died Sunday. In the between Louisville and Paris, Saturday night, Louisville won eight out of thirteen fight. Twenty-ninInternal Revenue em-ire were killed and fifty wounded by moonshiners and C. W. West, the founder of the new art museum at Cincinnati, has increased his donation for iU benefit by $150,000. In Xew York, Saturday, Mr. Veech was President and Dr. Standi-forVice President of the L, X. A. & C. railroad. A lively lime is in atore for the President, as over 350 commissions of postmaster- will expire between now and July 1st, many in large cities. The Island of Ceylon is suffering greatly from coffee blight. The crop is worth only 2,5000,000, against an estimated value of JEG.000,000. Senator Lamar was badly hurt by a reckless driver in Washington, who drove against him as he was attempting to cross a street, and knocked him down. On the present rise in the Ohio river Pittsburg shipped 2,141,000 bushels of coal, of which 1,149,000 went to Louisville and the balance lo Cincinnati. Another bank official has gone wrong. The of the First National Hank-- of St. Paul, Minn., is In jail for .embezzling $.10,000 from the institution. The prospect for a short crop ol Ice Is already causing an advance in the price of that article in the cities. Artificial Ice machines will be popular this Summer. Ike Turner has been sentenced to death for the murder of Abe Kay in Fayette last summer. There are now four murderers under snitencd of death in the Lexington jail. J. K. Freeman, Chairman of tho Re publican Uommittee or union county, thinks his party can elect Conklin? and Mabone President and Vice President in cock-main e pi othen-Iaalyead, Friday, Jesse Uarber, for the murder is not noted of another negro, was hung at Winnsboro for its consistency, but it strikes us 8. C, Henry Hall, for murder, at Pres- -' that it ought to know its mind for cotl, Arizona, and a Mexican at Drowns-villtwo days at a time, at least. One day Texas, also for murder. ' The final meeting of the Hoard of it says that the officious officials that , pledged the payment of the expeuscs Commissioners of the Cincinnati, imposi of the Governor aud his troops to the tion was held Friday, when a report was submitted showing that there was a loss on Yorktown Ccutennial should be made the last Exposition of $10,922 24. to. pay the bill out of their own pockets. President Taylor, of the Mormon Next day its remarks: "Now that we Church, recently married his twenty-eightEVER BROUGHT are iu for it, the Legislature should wife, a Massachusetts widow. Four days II bas been selected with ears, and comprises the best In the market. You will Snd ererlblu that f PVLASKUCOUNTr, --m a Dret'Claie Merchant Tailor ou(bt to hare. The stock couiprleea order the payment of the Yorktown after the wedding she so disturbed his famEubank't Station. , Clotlix, CttHMiuiercK, UIhroiihIm hiiiI a I.Hrjfo NcIccIIgh of Went bill, but at tho same time it should ily airangementa that he shiped herlo Born, Saturday morning, to Ihe wile ted from tho HcMt MniiiifuctorlcH of FraHce ami KHglaiuJ. reprimand tho assumption of authori- San Francisco. About forty Congressmen, principally of Aaio Singleton, a daughter. LAST HUT NOT LEAST, A 81'LENDID LINE OK TRIUUINUS. which the Stato was pledged to ty by Southern Democrats and Qreenbackers, Gallatin Gooch U growing worse every Cutting and Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. its payment."' The Courier-Journheld a conference Saturday, and resolved He haa been confined to his bed for is much too fond of being on both sides to present bills In oposlllon tolhe tariff about seven years with Thankful for put faron, 1 hope, by strict attention to builaees, to merit a continuance of lbs same. a disease that the skill of aotae of our most, eminent of the question, to give its views the commlssicn bill and the extension of na. physicians. Mrs. Vru. Mercer, near Uee tional bank charters. weight they might otherwise carry. The Washington correspondent of the uct, is suucring wiui a cjiurmcaiion oi Tim Supreme Court of Tennessee Cincinnati Commercial says that Commis- diseases, which, If not so in arrested, will decided Saturday, by a majority of 3 sioner itauui has Wde a very favorable carry her to her grave. We sympathize to 2, that the act to compromise the statement nf Collector A. M. Swope'a man- with her and her devoted family. Mrs.W. e 'j bonded Indebtedness of that State by agement of his office, and says that there F. Camden is confined lo her bed. Tim, a littU aon of M. T. Morgan, is seriously 111 bonds, coujwu. Is no chance for his riuoval for the presissuing llHvoJtiHt rcfclrctl anil will keep coiiHtniilly gh haiid a fresh with a scrofulous disease. Archie Nolan ent at least. Hue of (ho cholvcHt to bo receivable for taxes, is unconDuring a ball In Adamstown, a negro U recovering from burn received, a lew i stitutional and void. This virtually suburb of Lexington, Friday night, Marl-a- h days ago. ' "' means that the debt will be repudiated Mat Green, of Tunnel City, Is needing O. Smith, a respectable negro woman, entirely, and Tennessee will take her was shot and Instantly killed by an un- a bit ol whoUreouif advice, One night ( place with disgraced Virginia, even If known man who was trying to shoot an- list week lie mounted his firey steed at sbedocs, not sink even lower than she. other woman. The murderer escaped and Double Springs aud attempted to force the animal at a. gretUr "peed tban was safe or The debt is, interest and all, but 827,- - no arrests were made. George Iloblnson, an employe of the hla notlcable rider, when "lo!" he dashed uw.wv ami was not .crpateu uy a Smith Ice Company, at Chicago, had a against a stump and threw hla rider, g carpet bag goveruinentpiwt' to pay lover's quarrel with his sweetheart, Mary AH or which (hey will upon and Injuring him illghtly only. for the building of her .Stato Institu- Dsgganel, 1,357 Michigan avenue. She Friends went soon to. his reliif and he waa tions of which she is now in full en refused to go out with him, ant, he shot again wouuttd pu his animal, but without joyment. Surely there ought to be a and killed her. and then committed sui the iiroDer care for thesafetv of olheis he national law acainst this clile In the., resilience where she was' em- - d'ashed'oIT again Mjjhteiilng Ihe 'homes of They aro hImo hkchIh ler (ho nalo .( MH((iulM faH Hurler Sw'Iudliug of public creditors. I'lojeil, Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Padgett, who, with the WeoIcH faeedx ami YariiK. The Ckiurier-Joum- al e, list church of that place. Our brethren of the Christian church, "sorrow as those who have no hope" of regaining him when thej remember that he has been prop and stay of their church in his neighGARRARD CQUNTT. Allpmoni hating tlslui sftlnit lb mUIs of borhood. To those brethren we send out 8. V. Mren.ileril., sra nolldr-- l la present thrin la me si nij office, proptrly 'rrlflt.1, wliMn Britro Lancaster. this Macedonian cry, "come over and help days from thlsdita. Joe Evans left Monday, for Dea Ark, us." t'eb. S. 1SK2.- -U J MO. M.l'IIIt.1IH.AJuir. Arkansas. WAYNE C0UNTT. Landrelh'a Garden Seeds and papers, GRANDfresh and genuine, at Geo. D. Durdett & Honticello. Co.'s. Barn, on the 8th, to Mrs. Mat wife Mr. Cheves, G. W. C. T. of the Order of James A. Phillips a son. of Good Templars, lectured here Friday John II. Jones, the proprietor of tho and Saturday nights. boss rancho in Kist Tennessee, made a UN FKIDAY MfiHT, l'EII. 17, Owen Rigney is stepping higher than flying vlit lo our place on business this a blind horse. It Is a boy (bouncing of Tbs second snd bit rlstlug Tourusment c.f lbs week. course) and made its debut Sunday night. season will aiv.n. Two prises will Vs awanltd, I learn that Mr. Ellis Wright, or the ods of SIS to tbsiucceuful (CDtleuiii sod a suitaProf. Crum U here to organize a ruusi- ble one la the succeuful lidf . An entrance lei el Steubenville neighborhood, has sold his SO cent wtll be charged nentleniaD eonlMlanU, cal society. If he succeeds, and he doubtfarm to Mr. Wm. Dartleson. Mr. W. which li to U refunded It Iher actually coaletl. less will, our people will Jbe treated to A book will ba found at ItcIloberU A Men's, intends moving to Lincoln county, as I where gentlemen propoitng l enler mini miner s some muic In a few weeks. their names br o'clock ou the uljht of lh Tour' am informed. Ktrrjtwly nament. UeneraladiulMlon,2lccnli. Married, Tuesday, Feb. 14th, Smith The young ladies of this vicinity have will bs charged. Uaughman, of Lincoln, lo Miss Effie Dunn, finally succeeded in perfecting arrangedaughter of David Dunn, of this county. ments for a festival on the evening of the UUY YOUIt I.VNTIU1.1IKNTN Smith is to be congratulated on having 1 1th Inst., Saint Valentine's day. The ob- -' captured a very estimable lady. ject of the alfair will be to raieo money for VltOM Til Geo. D. Durdett & Co., of Lancaster, the purpose uf further furnishing the offer canned goods at the following low Union Church here. It seems to me that GREAT MUSICAL EMPORIUM prices: Yarmouth Corn, per dozen, $1.80; standard" Tomatoes, $1 75; 2 lb. do., the gratitude of the children of men 3 lb. should be sufficient to induce them to con- -, -- OK$l;50;31b. Kensett Praches, $3 25; 2 lb. tribute of their means when it is neccssa-- 1 doT, $2 50; Pine Apples, Apricots, Ac, at ry, lo keep Ihe Lord's houe in repair, equally Iqw figures. Give them a call. without the sisters having to pander to the W. R. Doty sold to Wm. Lawson, the carnal appetites for that purpose. Hut the remaining 250 acres of his farm at $57.50 S53 PUUIITII AVENUK, world is not quite ready for tho Millcuium ler acre. The sale of the Flanncry estate yet. takes place the 25th of Ibis month. At KENTUCKY It isearnesllr to be hoped that the LOUISVILLE. the sale of Mlu Detsy Dland's personalty, impassible condition of the road between . every thing sold high-- Wm:. Berkele has the end of the pike and Point Dumside begun shipping corn from Louisville, for this winter will induce the preoent stockWtdeallnChlckerlnf, Kasbe. flablcr. andUroTeateln I'lanos snd Mason-his distillery, Wm. Lawson haa just re holders and others Interested, to extend Ham lla and Huiltlt ABierlcanOrgsns,W turned from South Carplina, where he dis- the pike lo that point before another win-- ! eeery IhlDftobeJuit aa represented. Onewsrranl alrfej SeplejWr 3, which (Ires posed of several cars of mules at good ler begins, ere it not for the weekly ll. riauoa sold tttif .tlin n.M ai.w rn. In ih. I1i.II.kI Hlafaa prices. Wm. Ward left Friday for the trips of the steamer from Nashville to the Wear lbs f rest leadlse Srin of Ihsetenth. same market, with three car loads of Point, it would be mosslble for our mermules. chants lo keep up their stocks. The (By Telegraph. Lancaster; Fen. 13,' Or. m The cae weather this winter, has, so far, been faOkxaatLTiuviuau Aokst, of the Commonwealth against Wm. Austin vorable to the growing wheat crop, and the present outlook fora good crop Is more was called this morning. The defense Is stationed for the preeeot st Myers House. 81 where ho wfll be glad Iu rerelte ordrre, announced not ready on account of Mattering than It has been for several Iroiullnf to (Its theiu hla closest stuentlua,13-l- a lack of time and absence of witnesses, the Commonwealth agreeing to accept depositions of absent witnesses the Court refused to continue, and proceeded to select jurors. After examining 130, eleven were chosen, and a venire of 30 ordered ' The Commonwealth has for People of exhausted four challenges and tho defense eight. Court adjourned till I HAVE JUSTUECKIVED AND OPENED morning. Docile. CHOICEST STOCK and-a-ha- tution was none of the toughest, and made his visit as brief as possible, leaving In the evening. He thinks the Jacob bolt will not amount lo much, and that a republican recognition of it which is at present indicated, will only damage the latter organization. The old soldier evidently has an eye to the Governorship, and while here offered a dollar to anyone who would persuade' Whltlaker to get out of bis way. W. G. T. in Cincinnati Commercial. Having bought the McAlister interest in the above a considerable discount, I ZSTJST tatcCh! named rfirm at otoq lnrlnnflmotiTO TvrvinQQ am thereby en- much 0"V1 ckA buiinew awalu his counsel. He rvflPsxn rvn xxxvi. u.uuxu.uu. uj in va consequence of his continual UU1CU "'"' viuwuu, down j flnnrlcs choie morbu. ubor, and .n .tuck of Call and sqq what you can do before , Shoes, &c. Boots : attend ser which rendered hlra unable rices Thursdoy ...d Friday nights, d.d. you buy. With thanlis to my friends for past favors,! EZTStu'Jiove to solicit a liberal share of the same in the future. Is worn in to - Juu Tii-vo-- 'a. r K,o:mL IjYTLB. JtriOITtlJCIEU -- FiwiWIbte -- XDEAIiBIiS ItT Skating Toiiriininoiit DRUGS, MEDICINES, PERFUMERY CHEMICALS, AND FANCY TOILET ARTICLES, Books & Stationeiy,Paints,Oils, Varnishes, Dye Stuffs WINDOW GLASS AND PUTTY, first-clas- Puro Winos and Liquors for Medical Furposos. Proscriptions accurately compounded. Wo havo also a largo and wo!l soloctod stock of Watches and Jowolry, which wo proposo to sell at less thau city pricos. Watches and Jowolry Ropairod and Wan an tod. -- FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING! iB-'s- r D. P. FAULDS, Main .Street, B. K. WEAREN, - Sdmforil, Ky. II. Wcnrcn, Ihou-aa- A w. e. Mclaughlin, d, yer. FALL AND WINTER OF w and will continue the Furniture nntl Undertaking business at the same stand, iu the St. Asaph Hotel building. I will keep a lull stock ol' Furniture of every description and sell at figures that cannot bo beaten. My stock ol' Collins and Caskets will bo comprehensive. Shrouds and llobcs always on hand. I also repair Furniture and do carpenter's job work. B. K. WEAREN. I have bought out my brother, R. . a BifitBias Hum a billot or Notice to the Stanford and Vicinity. The Original and Only GENUINE THE - ON! r CH aaeafl PLOW Sl3FI. IMITATIONS. ani al dr. ssH W VViialalH aeaasffaW ! luf-fle- I laeBBBWBBBBB taaeBeBBBBw'! II. IIUMEY. Ht ' ' With Nluiilni: I.HiitlHlde. bbbbbbbm BBBBBBbU LbbbH :eDE3T77" -- OK- 9Sf.MMw&Biitdrt Groceries,Gonfectioneries, .A-HSriD WjMI rMH W3 .obbbbbH.' ssaV assaealalalalalHf i VI bH INFRINGING -- aaalaBsai tbree-ier-ce- Ww wm in: bum: GET T1IK -- GENUINE. Til fc mm Colobratcd Oliver. Nouo olaim to havo abot- tor plow; fall-lo- FAMILY SUPPLIES, Soil at tlio Very Lowest Possible Margin. ' I '1'hclroHlyalm Im lo make ax a uo. Iluwaro ol all NHvh ImKailoHa. Has (hat Oliver' hhhio In oh the beaiH, hh hoho olher aro Kl K'H1llHC. I Sbu-SflUeh- hr $nlcriut$ourii;il InronTr.li German Kraut at.McAllster Allrlghl's. and Tiir "Hid 1&" have will give a Minstrel performance before long. TV0 MURDERS. Roblery Me Inccntitt of One, Rttingti the Other. "mx , Tuesday Morning, February LOCAL NOTICES. 14, 1882 W. II. Gentry, of FayeUi sold Satur-trrdaeighteen head of grade Cotswofd ewe at $15 per head. SEW AIHKnTISKJtESTU. Dr. T, It. Montgomery, of thia place, sold to Slevo Walker, of Garrard, four BALE. A lot of sixty baibclsolftD Hun-- ! 171011 thoroughbred bull calve at $50 each. Ursn beJ. Apply to8. H. Cook, Stan lMt Wm, Hubble has sold to bis brother ford. Thorouthlirrl, for sals. One year olJ Levi, of this county, one half interest In BULL 13th color snd purely krtd. Mns Crow, Slsnford. hi premium Jack "Prince" for $500. lie will be kept by them cpecially for jennet, n IUI.F.4 AND HOUSES. Ihsrs for sale, at our place near StmforJ, 4 ptlr or Mules snd and I held at $1,500. bleb liortes. Will 3 heavy. stusre-bullAttf-ntio- n Mitlk Men. Remember sell la pairs or lunches. II. (I. (loTcr. from the sale of II F. Hudson, two miles Lancaster, on the Danville pike, Feb, 21st. He ha for sale one pair good work mules and eight yearlings ready for wftk. Ilsrlns qualtned at Administrator of the utilefValff I h.r.l.v nntlfr all who arS Innf llr. H. The Deed Hook in the County Clerk's ilehtiHl tnl. him to rail on me at once and settle. office shows the following land conveyances Tbme hating clalmsscalntt him will please present turn), properly alteiieii.eotnanney can ixtmru JAM. T. I'KAIU, Admr. since our Isst examination: G. W. Harris and wife, in consideration of their love and afieclion for them, deeded to H. F. HIatt LBriglit's. and wife 1 1 acres of land on Ruck Creek, OF near Way nesburg, irUhis county. ..Elder UARRIACES. i .1 ' (' ! W. T. Corn sold lo Kugene Zimmerman, a at 2.30 r, M., Mr. Smith lot of two acres in Tunnel City for $100, Ilaughman, of this count, and Mis Kffie and James Coffey sold 12. acre Knob land, The names of lbs corporators are J. I). Chandler, J. It. Dunn, of Lancaster, will be united in torA. G. Coffrn for $2o II. C. Thompson and C. Crooke; the noie ol the marriage, attended by Mr. Sam'l Harlan corporation la "KiciTUCKr Camxkl CruL Coura- ''Uncqln cowty7 KY," and llsprinclr! place or transacting busi and Mis Ilessie Adams. After the nuptials ness Is Una mil, itoctcstue iwimy, jweniuci j. " The reseral nature of the business proposed to be Crab Orchard. . the pair will come immediately to the tr.naart.tl la that ormlnlnir. uIpdIoc and selling , groom's home In this county and settle v.al and the nurchase and ssle ol supplies snd The young jieoplo of our stock au but he is out again and ready to try any Sr. Valentin,' Day. The custom of down to a happy married life. At least the )!eht fantastic" at llie Ifardin House lUtrcbskdlM. The amount of capital may comthorized Is HJO0.WIO. rue corporation one who acts against the eace nd dignity sending drawlugValeutine lea very old I1UOOOD of ssld capimence buslueu when that is the proect at present, and we sin- lastTrlday night. tal stock -hasb'en subscribed for and paid for by 10iJhocily, one, and foruierlymeint a great deal more cerely trust it will be rralised. When he ....a. ...A. an.. .Il....t.l .11.1 I. a. Hehtnd time. The machine shops board Mr. Jamks M. WnAY, the owner of thin, it doe now, Thtli it wa auppoaed rel'iirnl this evening with Wall the boy would have lt-eto last ofln ha. tenmaytubserlbed and nild In. the stock, at Crsb Orchard authorise subscriptions for of directors 1'ipk, pottage; has arrived from llloouiing-ton- , that the person, drawn was to be the future by will congratulate "liim on what he lis week had it not ken for the obstruction to he paid lo, si msy he prescribed sim.-- . said board, niuau iw III., with hi furniture, and will take partner of the drawer. Some two hundred in any amounts, uniu me captiai ' "'. "'' ' Dunn. sum of 1200,000. The corporation shall commence on the track at Slsnford. pomenslon at once. His family VIII arrive years later, Ilia Million or superstition February 1, 1882. snd terminals January 31, 4907. David Payne has sold his stock of pro- The affairs of the corporation sreto be conducted Taylor -- Singleton. W. (I. Taylor, In a day or two. We are glad to welcome changed, and it was felt the bounden duty shall of fit a youtn'ol 20, who bludied clear up to the vision arid confectionaries to Kennedy A by a board Treasurer directors, who and theelect a snd Secretary, people hack to Kentucky. these excellent of the recipient oft valentine to give the roots of his hair when he appeared in the Saunders, for the sum of $1300, Mr. Payne President,together with W. V. Crooke snd John B. bpecker, shall constitute the first board of nirect-osender a costly present. Now the custom presence' of our'aoltwn-iooktn' tl'J County retiring from the business. ''LOCAL maiters. The urst election for directors shall be held has dugecerated into a desire to make the Clerk, obtained license Saturday to mirry In had the pleasure of being among on the lsl Mondsy soonFehrusry, IU3, snd annualWe as therearur ss s Fkimii Ilrcad and Calca at all time at receiver feel as mean as (tossible by send- Mary Singleton, a Ms Of 17, on Thursday the few who were so liandsomely entertain- ly thereafter oretScers sreto hold offise prsctlcsble. until their )5lrecUrs snd Dawson Uros The highest successors sre elected snd qusllBed. ing him the worst 'possible carricature on neit. We happened In as the document ed at Mr.W. F. Kennedy' Thursday night. amount of Indebtedness or llsblllty to which the to subject Ion Is Ji choicr lot of both straight and l'.t. himself In the shspe of a very badly printed was being made out, and idvUed the bor The supper wa splendid, to say the least, corporal JIO.OiO. at any time properly ofItself Is lb the stocksum of l'rlrsts wood-cu- t siu tared in color. Occasionally to take the. advice of one who had suffered, and "all went merry." ieii?flour a'tillo A litter AliighT holders Is lo be exempt from tbecoiporste debts. we find a lqver ,wbo take the, valentine long as (wssible, A handsome student of Georgetown, Grand Skating Tournament at the Kink method of telling the love he dare not and put the thing off as say ten year at least, but a modest blush Mr. Albert Rice, spent a few day here on 25 cents. Friday night Admission whtsiwr In his inamorata' ear, and then was EXECUTOR'S Mrs. bosinesa. "Re still, sad heart." the only answer, and we gave him 'Tur: Interest In thejtinkis unabated. the most costly kind of a card la sent. The over to hi own obetioacy. Frank WalHn is dangerously ill with neu- deed, I will Saturday night saw another large crowd custom of sending valentines ha somewhat nlirls nf the heart. Mis Alice Jones, of As Executor of the will of John Cub, DEATHS, there, which seemed to more than usually gone out of vogue here, but In the North Hustonvjllc, and Miss Pattle Stephenson, OX FKIDAY. FEB. 17, 1882, the (tost officials are kept busy all day enjoy Itself. Moore. We have just learned of the of McKinney' Station, are visiting Mrs. resIJencs, about 5 miles West of Stan handling them. The specimens of illu- death of Mr. L A. Moore, which occurred W.T. 9ephertou. Mr. Hutchinson and At his lateat public suction to the highest bidder, ford, orhrr was nothing of Importance done Tunic minated cut and sentimental valentines are at Cambridge, Kansas, the latter part of fsuiilr, of Garrard, have been visiting Dr. the following personal property of the estate: 20 About tO head of Cattle, comlstln; of about at the Turnpike meeting at Iloone's School-Jijhi- both o( a higher order of art, this year tborouKti...rlln. Kin... ?$ve.rMild hleera. Cairo; also last month. Mr. Moore moved with Ins Dpore' family this week. Tom Carson's Saturday, but a very decided bred jearllu Hull. 10 Cows snd some than usual, and either of our drug store famllyfrom thia county several year ago handsome fs.ee is seen on our street. Wiliiroou lnslrof workMules, 2 work Horses, of building it was manifested. faror Mares, MuleDult, 1 Muy, a uogs, J sueep, here can furnish tnem to you anywhere to take charge of a ranrhe io..Kansu. The lie Carson hai returned from Cincinnati. Koekaway, 1 McCoruiIck lUwper A I Hussy. Mower, Sucks of Hsy. J5 Bsrtels of Corn, Tub heaviest of the very heavy rains from one cent to five dollar. Then you n(tertor the climate did not agree with Jno. Shanks, an aged resident of LinIM 8 bocks of Ktvlder, 10 Bhsresof Stock In the have a good lstnjand he waa taken with the flux,which coln county, was found near his barn Sunthat have fallen for the last forty daya and can for a very anull out-lav.iinn.i it.nV nr Ktanfitrd. about 10 BhareS In llustontllla Turnpike, a lot of the BUnford forly nights, fell yesterday. Cannot our deal of fun at somebody else's expense because chronic, reducing him from 250 to day morning dead; murdered for hi money. Wheat, lUcou, t'srui Jiaplements snd Houseor tetl your love without the embar- 150 pound in walght, and changing him Mr. Shanka ha lived a very singular life, good brethren of the church unite their hold Furniture, Teshs All SUU.B of f 10 and under, cash: over prayer, that the rains be stayed till next rassment of stammering it out. so much in appearance that he was hardly prefering to be alone most all of the time tbil amount, a credit of 1 months, on notes with recognised when he returned here on a lie wa In town Saturday' evening and good security, bearing Interest fioui date snd ne- Wm vummcr, when they can do some good ? have all Ueyond Endurance. KOllshle snd myabls in lUnk. visit last summer. Mr, Moore was a social which I about three JOHN f. CASH, Exec. .2i MariiI Ora, The L. A N. began the along, notwithstanding hi continued and and popular gentleman, and his friends here reached hi home, miles from here about dark. f and sale of round trip ticket yesterdsy to New vexatious short comings, refrained from will greatly regret hi death, He was (omul with his cloak on and his Orleans and Memphis, and' will continue giving that incompetent malt manipulator, Peak. Of pneumonia, on the night of raddle near, and it Is supposed he was J. M. Lcath, who by the grace of the nountil February 19. Return tickets good bethe 10th, James F. Peak aged 54. Mr. Peak murdered Saturday night when he went to until March 10. Fare to New Orleans and torious crank, John D. White, runs tween Louisville and Livingston, that no moved to this rounly several years ago feed his horse. Mud was found on the back from Stanford, $23: to Memphis, $22, from Jessamine, where he has sinco by hi whero some one had side of the corn-cri- b Festivities begin en the 10th and end on tice he so well deserves, because, he seemed notll- - industrious and honest life won many climbed into the crib and shot htm. The kiiAlmrVonil.liesrfed. for ti m 22d. Mardl (Iras, February 21. the Wd iot hive tie heart to friends. He united himself with the Chris- - shot struck htm near tho top of the head Ing n mim that adjoin, lbs properly sf W. P. before the evil daya came, ranging downward, mangling the cheek, Th on Mouth side Main slrret. This building Is coaioiqnicatlqns, one (rum ITuston- - tackle liim.4 JJMea ' we were wining 10 tian Church tllle.'lhe othsr frotn Crab Orchard, which give him a lair chance. We have given and went hence with the hope of the right- - and part of them lodKI..K in I.U sl.ouU.r. JKr. iuIeIiI have fared a better fate, go to the him that chsnw and fid after a month or eons. A wife and seven children running Hi. Bun wss founa in the liouso wnn one SThSSSI t because no name waa signed more oLserrSa, bo ( evn worse.tban he in age from 2 to 21 year survive him, barrel eiuntVi and the silliposillon is that usrr 1st, is.ti. Apply lo J. N, Crslg, Slsnford. or tessopgood A Ca, to theoii No reputable aper eyer pub- win, aftliiTetiri. Friday we took more and will feel the loss of a good husband he was murdered with hii' own Rtin. Tli. ! address W Craig, csr J 4 U oinclxanatl. o. King preached munlKrcr realiaed about nine thousand V. CHAIG. The than usual care In fixiBtf up and marking and kind father. Kid. 8 II. Utsnford. Not 28, lMMf lishes "anonymous contributions. name Is not wanted for publication, how- the bag contalulug our paper for Shelby the funeral sermon at his Isle residence at dollars, which Is a small compensation for ever, but to assure the editor of its good City, Gore and other point North on the 10 A. M, Sunday, and at 2 . M. his remains the crime. faith. Southttftijroad, but after bauliug them were depoilted in ltuffslo Cemetery BOYLE COUNTT. 14 Hilt. JoiliTwrivAiLACK In l'alda aroMil, tlteTdevIl know where, and wearRELIGIOUS. Danville. In front of hi shop, and ing Mail; 'aU the wrapperx ofl", be returnbrick luaxtt to tiiy 1 The funderal of Mr, (Iriuies, widow Las commenced to uiake of the lat Willis Orimes, wa largely at- this remluds us that two year ago the ed them loithe postolfic here Saturday Mr. Itarncs R B. Men m o be evening. Anfdlqt odnlj do better than inroad on the Cstliollc. Hoard pf Trustees (Ordweil JTeBen( Two men muA "ivumix swi a wi v. tended yesterday. eitmvnH llAfl mIL.m .A.r-.M.hrli- . put on that side of the street from the end this. Hut we do not filame t)(e poor felb 1'rIJaj nlslil' acrmon. Iloyle Cir Thi. Kehruarv term of the ) of the College lot lo the railroad. That low, for he I evidently o't tomixft nirnli'i. A revival is in progress at tlie First cult Court oummence next Monday with order, do not F&1 to 1 Iioard went out of office shortly afterwards Ill LI auperior thai we blamt, and for iUtitlst Ciih!2!jxI"Ktuni in w,lic'1 tle so Heist. Indeed, Hist p. a verr Iltslit docket, and that wa the last of it. Would it not them every public man along the Knox-vlll- e tumor, HifcilrIffiF. ' iy the altuution I brcoiuinu very Brave Tor; iraqBaviiu. ivr uui v.uimwjjuv good idea for the present Hoard to re- -' wss be a branch send up the strongest execralVttleTke results to Saturday the talented lawyer who loaf about town quire it to bedone T tions. He carries more than half the mall &0 conversion. wonderinic where tho next cigar J to come A mass lucrtinK of llie minister of frntll War Claim. The Cincinnati AVuim- by every day, and the people her and I The medicinal spring at the junction 'ng'i'VWLEixJHXOZKmKMKilm 'publishes a list of those who have recently elsewhere, want to know what ban they the variou denomination In Kentucky llranch, in are under that they should be thus inflict to be belli at Lexington, on Wednesday of of llarrod' Itun and Wilson' had their claims allowed for Quarterma. concern- thia county, has been analyzed. Dr. Petcis ter and Commissary Store taken for the ed. There are plenty of good men that next week, the 15th, to lake stcw the celebrated chemist of Lexington, mak use of the army during the war. The Lin- can fill the bill, aud the people alqng the ing the whisky iridic. I a follows: Com listing sold uiy Isrui.t will oiiTlESllA., wo give a picture of Her. Ing the analysis, which change, If a ixtttion 11. Klsewbere line Intend to have a coln county beneficiaries are Kddy idioto-irrai,.oiitlon In 1,000 parts of tl.o 'Kf7'i IW hVdVnio7.i Caldwell, amount of claim, $13275; J. K. to the Postmaster General can accomplish Ueorge O. liarne made from the a 1st of Miosis, I voui. that he looked thro' the uisgnlfrinK Carbonate. 0 02 W;;:OaIcum.arbonatc,U07 - ytsillugMults.lurl Cuss, Ursln Drill, I Buggy, Clued KrapersndUower,! Carson, $27j Jame Kubank, $35; John It. P. Si Tho article has had the Wsgon sud llsrwas, I idea of blui but MLMieium Carbonate. 0 102; CY.cuui Bui- ss good ss nw, t good unlike our eilcct even before its publication. Mr. Kits, aU It Joslin, $417.65; Simeon Peyton, $125; Wm. Terms la liliate, 0.aj3; Mt!wluw ChloilJjj,0.0C8; sll uiy Household sud Kllcneu Furottur. wade known on day f sale. Wallace, $10 W); and Reuben William, Leatb, oor fellow, ha been removed, and those who bare seen him rcceull, say It 'Votfasi w Buliibafe, 0.OC7i KcJlimi-SuI- those W. IV GREEN, Ky. $113 27. Hut one Catey man I on the Mr. H.O.Sweeney, son of Capt. Sweeney, a very Rood likeness. I'lease observe Crsb Oithird, d pliale, 0.270; Billoa, 0071. Total, 0.3.51. beautiful llurnslde. appointed in hi stead. list, J. II. Grider, and he get $111. y, s, u Hwr. l.anl at A. Savr Con. Our business mint he setl VrrtY licsl palrnl Ffopir at A, tled up bftirellin ,Qusrfe(l, (Ji)iirl In "Ol.lVRR mil Chsniplon i'lows at w, II, March. We do not want to warrant any llCfln A Timothy afiil Clover Heil for sals IiY Inidy, but we mint havo our money. Anlitr ()srsle. on Jiff.;.VU.,JT7ihmJiiniiKlK, IIamii.toi Stum. Plows, lwnT fcr Spring-field- , iKAiilt'ATOfrtft'. has shipped lo Jas, W. Alcorn, K., Candle-,- , at , Ciloirr, Kraslii tml .Plnr. (1 Kngllah elm Irers, which he generously donates In I ho Improveujeut, nfCuurt Hkrii Oat ami Clover ami Timothy Siisre. Msy he live to sit under their KceJ at W. If. lltIV Louisville HraiMlRhl Oil, 17ft shade when they shall have assumed their largest dimensions. lit, fronj IVnn AMcllster, t WATClirn, Clocks ami Jewelry repaired 8rjfATOirl)irV.'llt.Xt!r,'wVlle us that ami warranted by Penny A MeAIIster. jIkap-lhiii- t Z" he will he here at March County Court, if On, Vjwiinu nothing of great Importance Is before the1 cents a gallon, at Mcltolurti A HUrr's, anil 2 for-- Senate, when, lie hopr s lp meet ,aJl ,hls ypll will find I be best cent cigar In town it Penny A MeAIIii- - friend. The Senator has been a most attentive and member, and lili .AFIMn He of Toilet Soar. 1'crfnmerjf, friend feel very proud of his course a a Htlr, .Nail, Tootli' ami Cloth finishes, tii wry cheap, at Penny A McAlliterVK Hixtv 1'tnsoN Ktixri). Mr. 8. S. MyPERSONAL ers, who came here In 1875, Informs m of he murders -L- tBKRTT II.l'RYOH (a do wn with that that lie Jim kept a count and kifllngsin Lincoln county since .his ;1 prevalent disease, Beumor)la. Mim Amnk Ccok wm a guest of llie arrival, and that the two that are chronicled In this issue, make the alarming total Misses Dlbwliidit for several day. Wr. art Indebted to Capt. W.'.Camii- - of sixty. It is,bardly nrceasary to combell, of tin L.AN. K. It. for f pedal fa- - ment. We must have some hanging by the law If we can, or by Judge Lynch If TOM. 'Mm, M'lLt. KOYston and licrprelly we cannot. babies, of Oarrsnl, are with the "old follca Skatkim' Attknt'ion. The ltlnk will :i Ithwte.'V be njn from 7 to 8 r. M., Wednesday e Mim MsjrIb Rowland, a very night to give those who enter for the Touryoung lady from Danvllle,was a guest nament chince,j9 practice. No, gentleT ofMliHu.lKooU' the men will be admitted unless he pay Miss Ell Kiko returned from a entrance fee of GO cents (which is to be reto the Misses De Jsrnette, in pleasant visit funded In case he contcats)and no lady who Richmond, yesterday. doe not give: her solemn , promise to state M lusts I.ti.A and Stella Marksbury, for the prixe ofTered to them. The gentleent and John II, Owsley, of Lancaster, men's prise la a $10 gold piece and Is worth Sunday with the Misses Klchards. contending for. re- Uoi, Thomas; W. VAttxoM liai Tiir young ladle of the College varied turned from Louisville, looking wise, but we couldn't cet any thing out of him llisflr , Friday evening's oir with sosgs, Instrilnieuta! tuuslc, recitations atui char-adiabout the Machine Shopa, and succeeded In entertaining for an Mrs. 8AIIAH J. IlAtLKY, daughter of Withers, hVj., who ha been vis-- hour or two a very large crowd of admirllraddock lllng friend here, has relumed to lir ing friends. The following young ladies took parts: Misses Sallie l'enny, 'Ellen homo In Clsrksville, Tenn. has returned Itallou, Irwin llaker, Leltle Rochester, Mr. Jos. II. McAlisticr from Cincinnati, where he established llessle Ilryant, Kate White, Nannie Dunn, Ilelte Van Arsdale, Mildred Lewis, l'sttie asMrtwisTir hi superior Woolen (nods McGehrCf Daisy Durnslde, Kale Williams, tWatnfscttjred at Mi mitUln this plate. Slnw. Joshua Stone and Willie Tan Lula Wooldridge, Annie McKinney, Iva ner, of Liberty, were visiting friend here Smiley, Addie 1'eeple, Su.ic Itout, Annie for sevcrsl dsya. They took In the ltlnk Alcorn, 1111 Tyree, Aaole- Holmes, Jen,cnd became rjulte ikilfull on the rollers'. . nie Crsne and Madia White. The charfJl'jiof. V, Ifi VrxinW fchnol term ex- ade was lo four acta and represented "Matpired last Friday, lie has concluded to rimony". Ttva courting' scene wa very permanently abandon the profession and naturallyglvnand displayed a familiarity Anderson with the subject hardly to lie expected in devote hi energies to law. school girls. The boy smacked their ' New, ' ' Mu. J. 8. ircallEft, of thi place, wa mouth a their moustached imitators elrctetl as one of the Directors of the l'arlor sipped the nectar from their sweet hearts' and took 'a bote or two as' to how Cattle Car Company, at Cincinnati the oth- li day- - The capital stock Is $600,000, and they should act when the momentous er lie belleres there's millions In the Invest-men- moment of topping the question shall arrive , The usdal mingling off (be young vaccination took ladles In con'ersation with the invited JuixikT. I'. Hill's so strongly that for two or three days he gentlemen followed the performance and looked exactly a If he ha I the smallpox, wa heartily enjoyed by all concerned. HcitAr hook making Is the rsge among the Isilie of Stanford, at present. We notice that poetry, nnd very had octry at tint, predmnlnatM In the selections. 0s 11 lilt-Kins- '. ( .Vrr Two more bloody mitrdrrs are added to the already bloody rtconl if Lincoln county, On Saturday night, John (Jhanks, n wealthy farmer, living near Crab Orchard, was shot in the he'ad andlirrV with Miilr ref'shot fired from a gun, while between Jiiscrih siidtslilr, atnl on Sunday morn mi wiiiiHiiiii i iin-r- fiiiii rni sun .ny j tofrid his stuck He servant whut-gate ih aliirnt, when nefghhf rme In and examined both the body and the prrm Ises. II) safe key wrrn found in his and If iliefe locket, bil the ssfr w had been money In it, every cent wa taken, neither ws tlitre money in hi pocket, although he wa seen with some $20 nolr, while In Crab Orchard, I ho evening before. Mr. Shsnk wa sn eccentric genius, and although lxiesrd of some $50,000 to 100,000 lived like a miser, alone and uu cared fur. He has nlwsys feired ihsl his life would be taken as it ha been snd hv s t jflhk!& V HALE& DOUBLE STORE. 3 1 i i i NUNNELLEY, WIIOIXIAI.KAND MX: IlKALKH, J'" . I'lt JtE''''.X!BBBBBBBBBlJ Offer Special Inducements nooD-t- i,n k 69 30 INTIIKFOtUmtNO SUGAR & COFFEE AT ROCK-BOTTO- afiflBsSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBa 5 wide-awak- e (j ;tfT 'j Hand-aom- - coming lo hit home at night, but owing to his cranky ells, his stories were not believed. At present no due to thebloody deed has hern divulged, Ihough knowing one look wite and confident that all'wlll csme out In a, day or two. The body of the murdered man wa taken to hit siller's, Mm. Sirah J. Wells, where it was prop-erlcred for, and from whenco It tfa taken lo Crab Orchard Cemetery for Interment at 3.30 yesterday evening. From Dr. J. II. Oasley, who attended the tmrlal, we learn that Henry Johnson, the negro who found the dead bftly, has been arrested Jot the moider, there being aome suspicious circumstances against him. From all that 'we' can learn, however, these are very slight, and we trust that no poor negro will be unjustly made the scape grsceofthe perpetrator of the deed, a in a former case from that end of the county. The second murder is that of John Carr, a very industrious and worthy colored man, who was shot dead a he sat with his family, at his home on Dr. Montgomery' plsce The shot was fired through the window, and at the Coroner's inquest held Tcterdsyfly b'quire W. H. Carson, the fol lowing facts wre elicited : His wife testified tint the old man had just returned from a meeting at Turnersville, and was sitting playing with a little child,when the report was heard. He fell over and died having immediately, seven buckshot penetrated hi head. Kleven more shot were fonnd embedded in the wall on a line with the othcra. It wa at first thought that the child was also shot, but upon ex amination it was found that only a piece of the urolrn glass had struck it. As nothing-- , pointing to the perpetrator of the murder wa adduced, the inquest adjb'irn hoping tofind some due ed until lo the act. AlTLRi, liinanuai, Cocsnnts, Oranges, and Lemons, Just received at McAlister A y rteity'' (old of rubbers ami olhrs G O Q O PRICES, CANNED GOODS LOWER THAN EVER, SADDLERY & HARNESS AT A SMALL PROFIT, ADIOBTOCKOK DR3E1V. Q-33- O. BAENEa. Lard, Bacon, Meal, Flour, &c., All of which we offer 'Doctor" Moorfield Is again In troubte. Mrs. Dr. Craig, of Georgetown, leaves by her will $12,500 each lo the Midway Tli'e lime the Doctor must remain In cap for sixty days, Orphan School and the llible College at tivity at the work-hous- o Lexington. unless same raven should bring him sixty dollar with which to pay the fine recorded LAND, STOCK AND CROP. against him. The Doctor has been an en J. N. Menefee sold to K. IT. Hurmddr, ergetic! man In his calling, but the peculiar branch of industry that he delights to fol R lot of 100 lb. shoals, at 5 cent. Tolbert Martin sold to Shank Spoon-amor- e low, bring him in direct antagonism to 0 scrub calve fox $1 12.50. Kighty acres of grass land near rented the other day at $1.25 per acre. Shanks Sposnamore bought of Tolbert mare for Martin, a combined Rich-mon- at ! VERY LOW PEICES -- EITIIEP FOK CASH OK PIIODITOE! jii $100. grand June and prosecuting attorney The keeping of a public house Is not ss a general thing considered an ofleflrc against the laws, but every time the' doctor gets one into good running condition, he is pounced upon snd imprisoned, and hi fair boarder compelled to seek other pasture. 3 Co We are Agent for the Celebrated' , J.I.CASE..I . CHILL AND STEEL PLOW, i. Guaranteed to give satisfaction or ' no sale. Also Agents for ; DAVIS SEWING MACHINE, ill l. NOTICE n Oil ! Guaranteed for five years. PRODTJOEEVERY KIND Taken in exchange for goods. 17-- all, and examine our goods before purchasing elseBespectfully, . where. Come one, come i 3NTOTIOE HALE JIT. TEU.10" &. NUNNELLEY.' o-day, 'M INCORPORATION ADVKUTISEHESTS. NEW FIRM! IIIMl JOHN IV. KEH1TK to the office of AsIs a candidate for sessor of Rockcastle county, August election, last. town-"lippe- J. W. DROWN, (, 1 ATTORNEY AT LAW, Mt. Varnon, Ky. Practice la sll the Courts. Msln street. Office South Ot-ly- r. n slJ. ' ) INAAO A. 8TEWAUT, ,v V n. g ltd a ATTORNEY AT LAW, ' Mt. Vornon, Ky. Practices In the Courts of Kockesstls aud siljolnlsg counties snd In the Court of Arpesls. Office" In a7-l- y Court-llous- e yard. SALE! N. 1IUUDETT, ATTOR EY AT, LAW, NAM N Mt. Vernon, Ky. , Will nraetlra hll nrohulnn In Soekcsstl SBd adjoining counties snd In ths Court of Appeals. Bpectai attention siren to couecuoos. m 1 Q O Q 6J A Merry Christmas Axd feel-ing'- in Harrr New Ysa4 Oreetlng- l- 1 Old Santa Claus Headquarters WILLIAM M. WEBER'S y y SO DRUG & BOOK STORE, MtVenion,Ky. lumens stack or Holiday foods, consist! ax of In one Photoeranh Alhums In (rest tsrlstr, Bibles IntUu-nient- a, Mudlng. din llooks, PsperUrles, Musical l)olls,all slsessnd sorts. Toilet Sets, Ladles' Porlruouli'ssnd putkeUtlooks.Kitrscts.Pom-sdea.Ull- s, Ae. A splendid line of Jewelry for Ladies sod (Jcutleuicu, choice, Caudles, Fire Crackers, Ac. one-hal- FOR RENT. ?' A lc.sirabl c Ucsidcuco 03 J.T. Cuik. Oko. W.imcita. CLAM&BAKER MT. VEBNON, KY., pauiaasix Kairiale Ysl-to- i j f'liflfT.ilrr.'Kui'.a'en7 waste-baske- ''.''' wMa I!Vd Iry GoeilH, GroccriCH, llnlis, Chpm, IteotH, NhecH HHd Ev- cryiHiBK UMimiiy h ritnt-ClHH- M aepi iu Store. -- MffilMI ESalFyou lEjfeLl.x m-F""-- y Tbsy constantly buy sn J sell cat "41 Shingles, Posts and All Sorts ot Iiumbor at Fair Market Bates. Butt.r, Ekks, Eeatk.rs Rud nil kinds of Couutry Froiluco'WaBteil, sttthsi (t'JS-klKkestBtarkatPHco. UUIIDHk'tB aide-wal- k I 1, aBVKUTIOKamX. "It'l rr4.1. I J. H. Albright &Oo. DRODnEAD, KY., psULKU IX - General Herchandise.Drugs.i:, PUBLIC SALE. . GEO. II. BllUCE, AV. wier,vonajfJ It-I- A.A.VAltREN, T. MILLER. 0, Clothing, Wsbsfss large stock of ready-mawhich w will sell low. W. hare added to our stock s couplet, line of I'rugs snd Medicines. Prescriptions carefully compounded with pure and Also, srtlch. Wood, wholeuls Coal, rcl.lt dealers In bnlugles. Brick, Tobacco, Lumber, tigers, Crsb Orchard bills. White's aud Cruoks's Variulfuss. Orsaua. Furniture. Ac. A aoud Maaou A llaiullu Organ fur tl a VYsed Sewing Uscblne Organs sud Machines St other snd for f wsrrsutod tu glis sallsfaillon. Brick at lbs kilu Iruui t to SS per thousand. Any vus wUlilug any thing lu our flue will pleas, call on us or writs for further irtlculars-- OI. us a trial and ba thsl this Is ths placlo buy goods. i. pr', . Y- - V K'i p i j CHURCH MRKCTHRT, He Aft Hit Btam. Amusing A Crowd. W. V. KA1MNKY patient, we started lo, join Scotch Salvo! tell a good story about ono They A crowd awaiting for a train at m ta randldatx tor lo th will tho U. S. Regulars at Fort Graham, KTIIOI)lHT,HOUTII.-llKY. J. H. Siws, Pas- If rut. I Ih lernorarr. AP8K880H, night. tor. rVmfTerrHuni1avmoi will prtTrnt a ttllna. railroad station had a heap Wymane, a dimtnutivo drummer, on llio Unuoi, mora than ono hundred rayerMeetlngiTkiinilay nlalila. ItuiHlayHchoot Trill hoi, M rKHj full ... STAISTFOIiX), ICTT. h. J Im, 78rnla, for Ml iivuo A. MlialonaryH. pima, nurioienueni. th mi mllri distant. Arriving there safely, of fun. An old mancamo thcro with well known hero and on thoComstock. J. H. UOVliVM Woman's lit Mcletr mets her on l.y IVnnr A MeAlltUr. small tin can which ho sot down on Ho stopped ono night nt Doming, each nionlb, at I o'clock Mil. T. T. Rvfrrrnrta i tint, laarandldalii tor ASSKASOIt, mbjMt to any Sunday IIfeatdent, TtonArj 14 1&S2 the surgeon in chargo, om mined our a Ditleaa, Ttrtsday Moraln Clihrna.N, r.UHK action of lb lHmocraty. tho platform. Thcro was quito a New Mexico, a favorito resort for tho Hen Kntmnka. work, and pronounced it a good job, j. m. Hicm, rsstor. CeTTlce rArrtT.-ni- T. n Hnllrr. nl olhtra. N.lrii4,KlitiiU. Ntrrl Irr.It, AI.HKK1IIT, 13 onMecond and Kouilh Hundiri, morning and crowd present, and among the gang a cow boys. J'.ightccn months afterwards, wo I', t ilaocurt JOHN 1ILAIN nlgkl. IVaref Weatltig Try Weilneailay aflef THE OLD RANGERS STQRT. noon HunJay School at .M a. "Madame," said Abo to tho land n. iv. narrow having already returned to Kastcrn farmer with a bie yellow dot: nnd a Ieaian.lM.tfor OUNTY CI.KItK , lul.Ject to Muirlntndnt any ectloiof Ilia Democracy. BY K.TAMUHT. Texas, Frank Adams boasted of hav boy with his satanio majesty in his lady, "givo mo some dinner and bo -- Worship by th T OIIHIHTtAN day. Preaching t.y nmcreMtloHallou Kid. oa. ing performed tho operation, which heart. Tho boy sot out to havo what quick about it. I havo not dined sinco (For the Interior Journal.) on Klrst and Third Lord's dap, flunday Nekool JOHN I,. 1IIM, . EDWARD H. OX, Propr., st t Is. Jos. Hereranre, Huierlntendenl. f'You fiAirc no do'iibi 'Mr. Itamty, was disputed by Bob Parker, ho clal ho considered fun. While the farmer yesterday. la candidal for (MUNTY AHVton, iiihjecl T)HKSIlYTKItlAN, WIDTH -l- iar. I. H, UtKI. Tho lady brought him in somo Notth-fiCornrrof Miln Dd ThlrJ Hwli, tn tb will of th lernocracy. nntl downs while, ming tho honor himself. This com' and tho owner of tho can wero not met with many upi I. roy, paalor. Hunday rlchonl at 9.0. John W. iwui, nuirmieniienu Union rrayef Meeting on ing to tho cars of Tom Johnson, ho looking, ho inveigled the unsuspicious bean soup. serving Asa ranger?" KENTUCKY DANVILLE. Wrdneadaynlihla. JVlHiV. J. tf. IMIIMTN "Madame1, tako tho soup away, I claimed that faur of us wero concern canino over by tho can. Titen ho "You bet I huvo.r COUNTY ATTtllNKY, produced a cord and tied tho can to never eat soup. Bring on tho roast Hating rnvntlj rcflltrt nj roonu with til of th Is a ran.ll.lale for th Democracy. I f'i )iai beta informed' that you ed in the business. Ono year alter to th will of nilra lipro?rant, I now ht?t the COAL! GOAL! COAL! These proceedings right away." once assisted in a model surgical ope- this, nt a placo called Burksnort, on the dog's tail. Finest (lallerj In Central Kentucky I NA.HIIKI. K.I.KMA brought him a largo pinto Tho lady ration. If agreeable, I would like Christ mss iky," bug juico being in wero watched by many of the byI keep on hind comtanlly and will dellter to Wnn you tlilt Dtntlll, don't till to nil ami wt la a candidal for JAILKH of Lincoln unly,aub m When of pork and beans. Knprctfully, rtlea aa cheap as anybody, Ih for you to relnto to me the particu- - free circaktlon, Tom Johnson got tho standers with keen interest. Jeet to th action of th Democracy. "Madame, take that away, I never the job was done, the boy drew away II. FOX, tnWAHtl 4Mf BEST COAL ON THE MARKET. "XR right. I . Will iellyofo all two boys together, Hnd told them of to givo the dog a chance to run. But cat those things." rtocrtherKy. flfolof Ic.l 8uf XVH. C'OOfaliY their nnjusvclaims. A dispute nrostf (lite roe a call. OnWI) Hal A Naanalley'a, auom mat, arm somo 01 my omon. . M la candidal foe 1 A ILKtl of Lincoln county, sub. Htanlurd, In vain the lady explained that tho animal didn't. It just stood and ,n, pnnt .(lv , Mtl-ject to Democratic primary election. JAMKi R. MJN.NKM.EV. v. scrapes; but you raustnot havo them each other the'lic, went togother, had looked miserable. The crowd whoop- pork and beans was tho best tho houso STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, printod, especially tho surgical case, a aevcro fighlynnd that settled tho ed to start him The commotion at- afforded. Ho was obdurate, and wantOAl'T. TIIOM. UICIIAIIDN Tlie iJilmt linprovcU pi:roT8T,BTAJironn, fcy., aiTddn'i waat to givo doctdrs.'any' in- matter." tracted the notice of tho farmer and ed roast beef raro. A mild mannered, la a Candidal lor JAILKR of Lincoln county, Prize Dwias 0. 0. WJM&, subject to th action of th Democracy. formation without their paying for it. nt tho tablo then "And did your patient finally re- tho owner of tho can. Tho farmer bluo oyed cow-boScroll Saw Well, tho amputating alTaie camo up cover from such rough surgery ?" ritual! was awful mad. Ho wanted to wal- chipped in: "Beggin' pardon, stranJ. N. IIO.SI.KY and Laths in this way : In 1848, I belonged to Monunieoti. "You bet ho did. Wo all got over lop whoever tied tho thing to his dog, ger, but you must excuso tho lady. la a caadldal for ANSKS8()n of Lincoln county, 1rriit h. lo llrtilitooM. nyiwt.lrrMWllh subject to th action of th Democracy. Daggett's company of Capt. Eph T.um, e. Htri, on it, and are living yet, except one, and and was about to rcleaso him, but the We- -" M.rbl Work from Shelby county, ranger", e all llnJi "Who nro you, sir?" retorted the ho didn't' die anatural death. Tom old man interposed. Prize Holly ' ii. nrati? iiu-1- 1 8.(M) We'' 'werd after thd ene1 tWraH N4W $3, and "Run tor your lives!" he cried; drummor. "I know my business." Johnson became, a Confederate Coloutr la a tandldale fur COUNTY ATTOHNA Y, sul.jut Jtiat Ih nrtlrltt my, and skirmished with them sever- nel andfell ut Shiloh; Bunk to lb action ol th Democratic (arty. "Ymr don't tell me?" said tho fesantrrd. rfr cbiiitsBM (Daggett "there's dynaraito in that cau, and lrMlt. tltSM't al days, and finally got them into a is now Lcousty ckrk of Panola fcr malMfurnlib-e- d drawing his navy. tho minute tho dog starts things will tive cow-boSHfJPjPjPjPjjf?.saahHj miltViiltrrli- county, sbkV my li nM on applicaTHOS. 1. MnVI.AM) IIV aklaHstAfnatst regular fight on tho head of Nolin's ToxasrBob Parker is county clerk bo scattered round hero liko an earth- "Now, you eat them beans. I'm goin tion. rVrull HftWi KtMl HU(lJlte. of lo IheotBceuf JAII. las candidal fur 'river1, near the Caddo 'Hills; .which is All mkHiitiiiiM mniifct(irr Bfcjl to sit hero and see you feed. Light Ml; sul.ject to lha action ol Ih Democracy tho ndjoinfug county Bf Shelby: quake had called." i J.WATR0UsJ''!!Arr..lr,(:in.O. now in Johnson county. After a the into 'cm quick, or I'll open you sure, 1832, A GRAND COMBIKATIOK. ISM, A great change came over Frank AMant runs a dry goods store K. . RIIOIVN sharp conflict, wo defeated them about in Fort Worth: nnd your1! humble crowd. Their looks of mirthful in- and put 'em iu. This is business with Semi-WeekIs Candidal lur to tb office of COUNInterior Journal TY J U DOi:, subject lowllloflhDeiuorrcy. night; 1 There wereOpfjirompany servant, Thos. J. Baraby as you are terest faded. They turned and fled. me nn' I'm shoutin' in your ear," in the engagement, and after it ccas- - aware,yis""a -Tho uofortunato drummer saw Ami Hi taiiliTtllt farmer in easy'' circum Tho dog saw them going, and started ed, one of my own particular cronies T. ill. PENNINGTON after them. The farmer was nearly blood in tho air, and was forced to eat Weekly SweetOllaTye, Song & Chorus. stances in Ellis eounty." Courier -- Journal la Candidal for to th offic of byhe name of Bunk Daggett, was frantic. He wanted to save his dog four plates of the unwelcome food be, (to bkcontinukdIV DemocAB3K.HSOU. Subject to lhactla of th On j f trior SS.RO-lprt for tittle mort racy. missing. I was inclined to believe, was satisfied with Words by James M. Leathj Mailo by but, after hesitation, turned and fled, fore tho cow-bothan tht prtn of on. I'jpajlnf ui I1.SO you will rmlti for one jar Solid A dries about Leco LeroT. from tlia'.siluation" in which' I had last too. Aftechim went the doc, on the his apology to tho landlady. l, your noma paper with tli lt Or.O. U'. IIOIIIIITT rcprrrntitlTn(vaptpr of lb Coutb, and III "I ,yas dalking mit old Mrs. Robs gallop, dragging the can. It didn't seen him, that ho was neither killed Wrtkly In tb aa CTrNSrAllLEof A New & Popular Song Just Issued. Miss Rosa Van Dicmnn, oi Mil- tail, tirliblrataod iMnl liuillr to tiaiulnaa Is a candidal for Unllfd Hlatea. Thoa who dealr Wora prisoner, but perhaps Wpumled do oderdayj Herman," said Hoflen explode at first, but thoy know it was aainpl ropy ot to can do to at Siankinl l'rtclncl, eubject lo Ik sell m of lb Democratic party Theneln iuode.1 beauty may flow and concealed, ft being necessary stein, '"und alio dells me dat she liable (o at Any minute, nnd they ran waukee, has brought a suit against thliofflr. Th Illy It fragrant sweet ikowl kissed Th belles In K.atchleM brainy may e. the company to fall back to Fort heard you vas going to get married in like deer. The train came to the sta- Adolpho Thielcs because he for, Hut none are so lately as sweet Oils Ty. her. She claims $5,000 damages, do vintcr. Vot haf you to say to Worth for ammunition, they started tion, and the old man who had not Ciioeua. -She avers that "ho then and thcro did STAKrOID SiaiKT, that night, wbilo myself and three uou Thai heart, that eolc so sweet end rlear, iierman looted contused lor a mo fled boarded it and Icfc. Finally tho seize the plaintiff by tho shoulders, put tech wlUMHucbara nw srown andcar; other; intimate friends of tho missing ment, UutTinally My lota lor you can neeer die. controlling his era can got detached from the dog's tail. his arm around her neck, and did LANCASTER, - - - KENTUCKY. Sacccesoia to Daughcrly A llalmes, My heart cllop to sweet Oils Ty. man, Tom Johnson, Robert Parker bnrrassment replied : Then tho terror of the mob had then and there kiss her," anil by reaand Frank Adams, remained behind tra Moiple copy of NTAM'OIU), KKNTUCKV, th lrlce, SO rents II.8end HE.MIAM A to.', They returned to the station. "Veil, I did dink, Misder Hoffen Musical I'mple son of said act the plaintiff was JOIIX T. HKJOIXS, l'ltOl'HIKTOK. I. concealed near tho battle ground with I J. M Arowle, (Inclnost, U. discovered that the cover stein, dotlgvpuld marry Rachael Gos- - Somebody "greatly hurt in her feelings, and Buf-- XlmcricTuatra or- the intention of searching for him the A riRST - CLASS HOTEL liuskyin de viator, und den I dinks of tho can had come off. The can fered and underwent great mental (next morning. dot it vo'uld CJSpetter if I vait undil contained only two eggs. Half the pain." In artry particular, Ttiapitrontja ol tb putllc Fine Carriages, Buggies, On approaching tho ground the I (IJ-l-f aoltcltcd, and lalUfactloo (Uirintced. crowd had intended to take the train, got ajceilefrapney in do pank." next morning, we discovered a party While Tiieiir's I.ifk Titr.nn's Horc had lost it. They wero sTrichd. Herman." unid but by fleeiug "Dot There In no condition so low as to be of the enemy, having come back to Hoflensteiu", with a smile of appro- - tho maddest men alive. They couldn't liopele, nor anj rlUne to high a to be what had been done, and pick up Bee get at the old man for he had gone on without fear. Many ue Urown'n Iron what-- had been left. These we amyou vill hat somediog to sdart mit, the train. But they took hold of that Bittern In health a well ai In cickneM. It Main Ht Sliinrurd, Ky. bushed,. giving them a few rapid volboy, and, while two held him, the ia ntture'n beat as.itant in keeping health und ven you get married dako my . IM rnKI'ARED.O.H leys which drove them from the field. und keep your vife's moder avay. others took turns with tho shingle. and restoring health. It use will make JOHN DINWIDDIERO'R. Bunk now arose From the grass, and ruhunt de droublo vot I have mit my His yells were heard two miles away, you and all your family healthy, wtysawihinuv Ho. had. killed his Indi-a- AUof and strong, and nxjt much lou of time OPENED THE SHORTEST NOTICE, FEBRUARY 22, 1878 family vas caused by ray vife's moder nnd the hide on certain parts of him and heart doctor bills. but bad received an arrow in his ven she camo to lif mit me afder her is all tired out. He won't try to TO KXKCUTR EeFweerT two arm wlliclP'faifened BOARD, $2.00 DAY. AND PHAETONS, Boston Post. LAWYKIW'UBIKFrV husband, old Moses Heidenheimer, amuse a crowd again. boues just below tho elbow joint. He Ct KC U I.A K.S, CAT A U X) U 1 yasJeadt.' . She dells myjgVifopefore l'lllKIIUMMW, m.fTKIW, NOTIX, Special Accommodation to Commercial Philosoph in Ebony. ?vv4( had cut,ofl the shaft 'leaving the spike CIIKCKH, ihejasdere a veek dot njustget Travelers. WAGONS OF ALL KINDS. LirrrKit iikaCABDri, TAOH, KNVF.U)Pi:i, Remember, young man, dat de man sticking in tho wound. With an old denote hkau.s,hilliikadh, carpets, und vinduw curtains, und a what han'les de most books ain't de KTATEMITH. KKCtllTn, BUIIIKNAM, of all fashioned pair of bullet moulds, in Baggage Transferred Free of Charge Wenisnufartur Csrrliges workmen descriptions, whole lot uf oder dings for der house, best eddycated. WITMrSCKKTIFICAT,HOMDH, Juploylog onlr malrrlal, and aell at and uilng I knowed a book reasouabt place of nippers I succeeded in pull-in- g WKDDINO INVITATIONS, vnt cost money, you know. I have recently taken charge of this home figurua atyle, wurkuamhliiand material cimild-eredat couldn't read. binder once FUNEKAL NOTICE, it out.' 'He1 'was slifler'ing excruIIAUUIIklKTT HYIiK. Ill and intend to have tint-cla"My" Herman, my vife -l- .Ta.tTO.I may differ frum de religious folks ciating ..palp ffrom Jus wound, .and accommodations. she gets der same grazy notions in her when I say dat I'so got more respect WILLAHD BOIEIt LOITER? DEAWiK. I from tho fact hat jhe mean cusses CHEAPER THAN ELSEWHERE! headt, und I dinks at von timo dot de fur do woodpecker den I has fur do were in the habit of poisoning their 14th Felnmry, 1882, ex bouses vill prako all der sdore up. dove. Do dove is 'ceitful. He'll coo we had every reason so' be-- i V. I lVAIaTON, 'weapons OB MONEY HEFUNDED! My vifo's moder don'd do noding but around an coax yer inter sympathy, Proprietor. ' lievo that the arrow had been poisonSTILL LEADS WITH THE STANFORD. KY. K. WALTOM, ead't, und veu she vasn't eadin' Bhe but soon as yer back is turned ho goes Ixuisville, Kt.. November 10, list, Manager. There, ed. What we're we to1 '16? HeaolvrU, Tblt Ih vas dalkin' like a vind-milund I ober inter der field and pulls up de E. II. BURNSIDE. - Propr. consent laaiatponenientolHoard of Uuawlaaloser Ih Drawing of the .was pojurgeon to'pur jjenowjedge unWlllsrd Hotel lottery until the llthdsy of Felo. haf no beaca mit my family. Some-dime- s young wheat. All dis time de wood ruary. IS9"j.and that they will nolcoosent Ui auy der a hundred miles. Buuk was too This Old and Woll - Known further postpone ucntorth aau. KENTUCKY'S KOUTE lavished dot she vould get some pecker has been diggin a worm outen good a fellow for us to give up to die. liaaar Mnuiar, Chalnuan, Hotol Still Maintains its ding do matter mit her und die, but a tree. High Reputation, Ky theabovvreaululloa tms drswlng muslsn.1 He , begged us to take off his arm. sho vouldn't; Vhile some EAST AND SOUTH-EASwllf be badoalb day flied, or money distributed uf dur Ebery provision ob nature may bo AND back to We wero in a distressing predicament. best peeple afoundt vere I lif vas dy- - wise, uut l doan see wny a oouy ar aold llor ilalensed.lk It enough Its Proprietor is Determined that drawing willtickethad, aad tiollc of aaniewlllli b We consultoJ. At last Tom Johnit Shall be Second to no Country given Ihrongti thpawra. Chesapeake & Ohio R.R., ln midiuer consumption ucd der should suffer so much in cuttin' teeth. son say's:' 'BoyV, the arm 'must corao Hotel in the State in its Fare, heart disease, dot olp voman, Her A (log doan hab de truble, neder does IMlIVSliH. X.IMT Appointments, or Atten,ofJ,' anil' I belie ve'we'can .perform tho XLT man, got so fat dot sho vas a gouple a coon, but natur gives fits to de baby. tion to Comfort of The Wlllard Hotel with all Its ICOHfl flflfi AND SELL THE BEST . Says the opsration.' I, 'If you can uf dimes bigger clau a car tnulo, 93U,UUU KIstureaandKurnltura, their Quests. Ana dis, do preachers tell me, is on Ou Itealdeocw ou tlrrea Hired..- -II5.QW Direct Itoule without Change or Cam cut it off, I have a silk handkerchief 1,000 One ltesldenc on (Ireen Street... "Veil, voit day vhen I vas almost account ob de political trickery ob BUGGY OK THE GLOBE Uaagaire will be roarered to aid from thadeaat TwoCa.li l'rlta,eicli'S.WJO... 10,000 '.Tfi&n ravel up and tie the blood ves-- 1 iree orraarge. aerl acroaaaioaaiioaa i 1 !,(),.. 1,000 Taotsib Frlses, isch grazy mit droublo, my vife sent word Adam. I'se glad dat he was counted . tol'oaiaierrlalTraraleri. The liar will ka ,ooo nnwkKM rotxia ia Itv Cash I'rlsee, each Il,0o0.. FOR THE MONEY. alnaja aaaplied with Ike ckolreit sels.' On Bob Parker's proposition to me dot her moder vas Kit Caib 1'riw., each .V)0..,u. ....... l.SoO all divested out ob de garden ob Eden. Everybody braadaof tloaara aad Clgara. A S.tMO 1(tr Cash l'vliea. each 1100 wo took two bowio knives, hacked Aicellrat Lif mi la attarhad. , On Krulurliw and lluillogton, Maunlon, S.Ouu Hundred Caib I'rlsee, each M.... mit der gramps, und dot priog what walks de flo wid a teethin' chile Klthmond, aod Ik hhurleil, I'lv lluudreil Cash I'rlsea, each llu,. lo.buo SEND FOR CATALOGUE fcogethfej: to makqTMWsVto saw itheraf . On del ot Kar Kuraltur. 1,000 a doctor irighdt avay. Invent dreo is a natural enemy to dat man. I ......,.... &u llulckeit aud uio.l Couiforlabla Rout lo i Ou Mo llano. the bono. All went to work. Wo miles too OnIlandMniHllverTeKel ... out uf der vay to get to doctor I hab noticed dat all great men ro- AND TESTIMONIALS OF . Uoiea Old llourboo Whliky fit ........ 14, ICO liY.NCIIHMMl, 1MXV1I.1.K, NOUFOLV bandaged his arm tightly near the und vetMuflookeu ' lOIIaikel Cliiuiljoe fj IV) .. ... t at moder ta i us in arter life de early impressions S.UOO Kits llanJred Cub Pilte, aebftg. shoulder: Jf went Lto' skinning, ' bd HUNDREDSOF LIVERYMEN 400 Hose Fin W;tio und says dot'she vas deadt, I vas so ob childhood. Dis scar heah is whero Vlne.)IW. AMU ALL r MO Iloica llobertsoii Coitly Whliky, IVI.. ,000 cutting around the veins and arteries, 10O Bosea Havana Cigars, 110.... 4,000 happy, Herman, dot I feels' I could my fodder hit me wid a sassafras WHO HAVE USED THEM B.VOO which 1 1 d,;beforo doing any more Mil Hundred Cuili I'rlsea, each IIO... Virginia & North Carolina Points. lift myself up mit my buslienders. Little Hock Gazette. sprout. tiO-ADDR- ESS "V AMQL'NTINd TO IMV.SW. cutting than necessary. Bob Parker "Der old voraan'j body veighed Vaccinated on the Toe. I'l'LLUAN COKIIKS ATTAClikO. Whol tlckcta, la; balvea, II; iuaiels, Ii. and Frank Adams sawed tho bone off, ofer dwo hundred bounds) und ven mad by Itauk Check, Kspress, tusy "Npt long ago," said the doctor, "a while Tom Johnson did-thholding ruetal Money Order, 01 Iteglslered Mall, llaapun-slbFur tickets and further Infoamatlon, M.lr io dey broiight.der coffin to'der house I gentleman of this city gdt some virus scents wanie.1 at all polnte. For Clrculara, yourueareit Hike! office, or addiaas W. W. and suggesting, I left the flaps too glvlngfull Infurtuatton and tor llcketa, addreM Mvurvo, iiv. rieigniana dook her up tiiid put henin It tuitoudt here and took it homo, informing me 'aaaeaieeAg't,!!- W. CD. WIIIIV, lugtyu, Ky. long, which overlapped, and I had to WILI.AItl) HOTKL, LOUISVILLr; KY, OHIO. any drotible. She feels to me no more that he intended to vacciuate the COLUMBUS W. NIIITII, trim them with my pocket knife. II. W. t'UI.I.KK. MlUOnKKTS A HTAdO, AflKNTH. (leu'l Msnaiar, hefy as u leetlo fedder, und,' I could members of his family himself. UKKKKKNCES: tlen'l I'as.'r Ag'l, He BTANFOllD. KY. Bunk stood tho operation with the ItKUMomi, VraumtA. QKNTLiuxa: I Iiava keen handling jroui haf put'her'in de cofliu If she veighed tried his penknifo in tho operation. Brewiler wtgona, phaatona, tte., for lb r greatess resolution. It took u resolu-tibnjt- o pat four jreara. Bo far lbr bars ilreu entlra FOR RESJORINQ GRAY HAIR TO ITS BROWH'S a dousand bounds. Recollect vot I thtui, and bara itaid qur unique surgery. V(o dells you, Herman, und veu you get Tho operation was successful on every aallifailUn to all whotail a boughtuiauy moralbtaI grtat NATURAL VITALITY AND COLOR. toliaabl to BLUE0RA8S ROUTE." ono of the family, but did not take on Maaon tban aur oft'ua prerloua jtarf. Truttlng fcounieiiccu our 'treatment by apply-inmarried keep your vilo's moder away. himself. A few days nfterwards ho jou will be abl tu Sit all ordara promptly, I am, l Ir ,i most nrcuaMo ilteising, which Nicholas lUdna, Llitriuiu. a very wet poultice, ot black mud n New Orleans Times. is at oiico liarnilfsj niul clTccttt.il, for cut his corns with the same penknife Lafayette. Ind. CENTRAL R. R. all the way up to the shoulder. This -llio h.ilr. It rvstort's, with the Okstlkkkm: W bare been uilng and atlllng jt, '" and somo time afterwards ho was as- jour work In Clarke county for the nail lour About,- - n.wtek ago a man stepped yo continued till we reached (he Cross 5lnsi nml fiisliiifssof yiiittli, fjtU'il or gray, ouraolree jeara with -- TIIK MOST DF.SIKAULR IUIUTK T- Oto find that ono of his toes cuaioinera. tba beat ealleractlunarato universally and lll't, ami rod hair, lit a rich liruwn, or deep xour Duggie Timbers, some, twenty miles distkut. into tho officelof a physi tonished I knowledges! is no w fur tn pile br our cuiluiuera lo In lb Terjr beat- lihivk, as may lx ilcihi'il. Jly its uso thin tb countrycall be buujiut He had lost' his'horse,1 and wo 'got him cian and seating himself at the tablo had become very sore, and he lull Your Combination t)rlng lluggr la pronounced Is Ihlcki'iiL-il- , mitl haMuvss often riding along by placing hfm oil one of our engaged in conversation. On the ta- satisfied that if the operation on his br all to U Iba Hunt, xiftrtl. and raileat wagou hair though not always curcil. It clucki railing limwiicraiue-ba- r iw. Your arm was a failure, the ono on his toe buggy now la without a iltal Taking all In all, horses, taking it time about walking. ble were lyiug a number of vaccine la certainly TIIK ONLY LINK ItUNMNfl w fearleMlr aar that vour bucle cannot bo of the hair liiinicill.iluly, anil ranscs a new Iu tho Cross Timbers we fouud some points,whicb tho visitor mistook for was thoroughly successful. bealen I lb country for atyle, Uuliu, and dura- - growth in all cases hIhic tho glands arc am not ilecatil; ithlln to trashy, weak, or black jack, from the bark of which toothpicks, and taking up one he be We approve ot the Louiavillo Dan winy. lourairuiy, Tkkm.kt 4 Moita. FREE OARS Ohio. otherwise illscatml h.ilr, It Imparls itallty "we; made a strong decoction, with gan operatiBg it among his molars. ocrat's suggestion that tho legislature Springfield, -- HRTWF.KN. I bate had In llrery now fur and sttuiigth, and tender It pliable. Ueiitlkukii: which we bathed his arm. His arm The physician didn't notice what the should investigate tho flagrant and over two veara. and bar not ehenl a dot liar for re- --wasnow much inflamed. He insisted man was boing for some minutes, and whosesale abuse of the pardoning pairs on theiu, and they look nearly aa good aa Tho Vioott cleanses tho scalp, cures and new. liar bad buggle of aereral other Toxlnutnit antl Cliioliiiuitl. and Und uoneeogoudas th Colunibua proveiits the formation of dandruff; and, that mud gave more relief and we re his attention was only called to the pdwer by the present state executive. UuggyCuiiwny'a buggUa. lUtpectfully, hy lis viMilliit;, stliimlatliii;, ami soothing imOW.VS 1IIO.V niTTEUS nro T. - UauAOMlV. turned again to mud poultice. We fact by the visitor puncturincr his Whatever the motives that prompt him Conyera, fleorgla. a certain euro Ibr all iIIkcokch proierlios, It heals uul If not nil of the found-somrequiring 11 complete tonic t cape, TIMB TAIILK. IH EFFKOT MARCH II, lllll- Indian fed root which .wo tougue with uno of the points, caus- - tho result of his excessive clemency hiimois and il Insists jiCvTiM$tu the soalji, Qkktlkmkii: The buggies I list bad of your clully IiitllKratlon, Dyspepsia, Inter 3C tried without any effect. In about i ing it to bleed .slightly. The doctor are paralyzed courts, disarmed and tuauufactur hav alven ui uur aausiaciiou. keepIiiK It cool, cMijlplUwft, under Lv. Liugtun ... . 1.SU sw US iiUttcut I'ovcr. "Wnnt of Appetite, saw iu which conditions dlseaseVilf'tlJtt scalp aud Mayavlll.. ... A,i3 a tu II.SO i i( flourish- They are tb best I bar crer uwd for tb fifteen days I kilted a large buffalo gave tho matter prompt attention, palsied law, and rampant asd IiOa uf HtrxiiKtli. IiUek of Kurt-try- , amount of tuuney. Your truly. 'Ilia... .. . s.xu am l.oa uni li.tlraio liuiokiildu. D. CuLLiaa, Llnerytuau. " Cyulhlana etc KnrlclicH tho bloxxl, iitrenKtli-cn- a s.n.1 a tu III) uu bull, some distanco from pimp. As washed. Jho man's, mouth with alco- ing crime. His illegal mercy has Joplln, Mlauurl. " Ksluioutb.. Iti.ua m 1. 10 uu llio muacleu, and rItcii how Arr. Clnclunsll Ill:5 su S.M uu As u Droaaini: for Lmlioa' Hair soon as we could get our patient to hol and used preventives of various proved a sore curse tothestato. lifts to. tho ncrveu. Acta Ilka a nxNTLKUIOi: I bar been connected with th luauufacturaofaud dcallug lu bupglea for nfteell Tho Vttioit Is lucoiiipiiablo. It I color-lusorgauB, cliuriu ou tliq him, we cut a hole iu the pauuch, in- kinds, but alas, to no purpose. The Ureclcinridge News. Lstiv Uxluiloa at 4.U i. ui.aod artlv at Man- ycara. Your work dura usl look Ilk moat factory removing all Uyspeptlo fyinploituj, Till H.li p. u. Frs I'arlor (' leave uonlains neillicr oil uord)u, and nill work, but la aiuoothly nnlihed In wood, Iron, serted the stump of his arm in, nud vaccination "took," and the man tolilugloualt:lii. u.aud leaves Mttcli uu tiistliijf tho HmkI, Ilclehlnir, whose alullng aud Irliuulag, Material uied Iu th not soil There is a man in this county while cambric. ClDcluusil at 2 u. u. It Imparls an kept it there tome three or four hours. day wears'his tongue ou tho' outside wife had presented him with twins. Culumbui Cuggy (juipany's buggies has proved to llio Htontncli, Heartburn, lleitt In o or lb beat, iiiey ruu iigui. r.vryouin agru'alilo and laMIng pcifumc, and as an etc Tito only Iron your buggies bat thla county When withdrawn the inflammation of his inouth.-Uru- nd Ctoa ooonaclloo uad luCluclnuatl Kapids (Mich.) Being iu town several days afterward Wall pleased; who give thbought ollallifacll. on, are article for tho toilet it Is tvonoiulc.il mid best that will not blacken tho Uxjlli or Nortb.Laat aud West, bnctlsl rates tolor all points they Kulgranta. was all gone, tho skin, white und rat-;- , Leader. louisiruiy,, unsurpassed In its uxct'llcncu. Klvo Jtcmluulie. Bolil by nil Dru. Ask lb Ageul at Iba dacea for a he was nt for and told that one of K. K. Watt. i;lHtu t $1.00 u bottle tb 'lllu. (I mm Itoula." Hound-tri- p jural, and we considered this the best Winchester, Ills. his tl seta from Mayavlll aud Ualsgtoa to Propnrod by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., lUH'a Vriftablt Sicilian ltenewer the children was dead. Slapping UltOWN CIIMMIOAI, CO. II so Id at reduced rale. 'remedy yet applied. Not knowing Utho moat reliable article InlUIr forrcator. hand upon his thigh, he said: "I)y For rat on household goods sud western I'r.it'lli-n- l llultlinorc, .MiL unit Aiiulrtlciil (,'liviiiUW, lua CHAS. A. ItAUI.KTr, the 'whereabouts of our company, and. Id gray Jiall to Iu orlKlnal color and pro- - gum that's hard. I wouldn't had that rwtsa all li Sliur. art rut. iv.kiMiwe uuCaiuK' ' ' "" Lo'wtll, Man.' Oa.au4l.vv'BrwMiM,.4liiie. .a4itluul (len. hulgratlon Agt., Uuvltigton, Ky, araj.,, fearing by malpractice wo might still uiutlnx IU Krowtb. DEWARE OF IMITATIONS, wi ur Att. iiHiMHikf BtrnrvriifiiK. Dealer for Lincoln aud Garrard Oos. JAMM 0. KttNMT. 1. 1', A T. A. happen for half a dollar." . cint-- $l refit? 3i.(mo$oiiri,;tl lose our t T ....". Excolsior Art Rooms f it mil-Je- rt na tj tl y &&. r- i. jaiiii:nti:k IH1 lf - I 1 ly New Music! wo y Mothers-in-Lai- r. Courlrr-Jaurna- Courier-Journ- i4, Daugherty &Hyde Bub-side- d. m 1111 aim ST.ASAPEH0TEL JOB PRINTING OFFICE nd-vi- u, Pilurn COM!! tKE PER Srit-cIs- 1Y ;myers hotel, ss I l, mmx into imn w) mm nr Or .... .... . 1 I .... IMI ray'-vii- e's - mnu aide-ba- WVP0 1 ' i. Hair Yigor, pre-terl- Ayer's le ict IRON well-know- n u- - m BITTERS PARLOR ri, a illKt-ktlv- a. aUvo-lilme- d 4-- -- Clu-di- 11