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FEBRUARY All uowspapcr publishers havo had experience with men who want to themselves or their business in nowspapcrs without cost to themselves. It Is pilinblo to sco tho shabby moans they tako to attain the cud they havo in view. Men, who would feel insult cd II Ihoy were otltal doid bmts, will with bland effrontery nsk a publisher to "plcaco mention so nud so "(An nd vcrlisement), or, handing in what is really au advertisement under tho guiso of n communication, tlioy will say, "Hero's ajittlo item that will help you to fill up with." Men who do this and thcro nro somo in every town call themselves honorablo and would not think of asking a realcstato owner to let thorn uso ono of his houses, a few mouths for nothing ; nor would thoy ask him to let them cultivato and use n part of his farm, without expecting to havo to pay rent for it. Tho advertising columns of his paper is to tho publisher what tho bouso owner or farm is to the his source of income Why any one should expect tho uowspapcr publisher to Ie more generous in tqunndcr-lu- g his substauco than ohcr business men is something that cannot bo accounted for, except on tho supposition that somo people havo an idiotic idea that printers set up typo for tho love of the work, and that ink und type and printing presses arc gilts from heaven to sinful men, who publish newspapers merely for tho purpose of smoothing the gateway of their fellow-me- n on the rugged road to fortune, nnd who hopo not for reward this side of tho grave. Texas Siftings. rcal-cstat- o 'StmW(!lffItlii3nifrior3lowriralW. P. WALTON, President'! Salary and Emoluments, CJitor and Proprietor. TR WALTON, - . - . Butinest Manager. 4 fr Suiisckiition, S2.50 I'im Annum. Labor. Kr fjlr,wsw ) It'aall tl"tf ask, V'ot Labor It rjrhra, an.1 Lsbor ft heelih, ' Anj'l.! Is duty on mMIi, And ntrrr wss honor, or wisdom, or wealth, rtn( Labor (iaiea atllaMrlh The rlf father, hit friend, nr himself, llf besj or ljr haod lauilMiatt loll'J, An.l tli traw lhal Istsnoplnl oter with pejf, H Lalar's own swesl ha, Wn soil'.!- '- Tnpr. Acami At watir'n Achiertmentt and, AJttn- lurit-- An thonj, Authentic Account Ann An-- t, Author, April, Anno Donnni Altttn-Ait- Almost an ago ago, nbobo at Amlo dovcr, Ailrtm Atwnlcr. Avocation, artiit. Ahlo and nrcomiilished, active Mill ainliiliou, nil adtnfrcd Adam. An adept at olraoil anything, Adam alo actnl as an assistant at fth Academy, ftllordiug aid at arithmetic, algebra, astronomy, and-jforth. Adam's Aunt Alniira alto ahodoat tm although nusitjro .aiitHfrlil-trary- , and an aristocrat, appreciated Adam's astonishing achievements ami abundantly administered aid, aligning an nnnual allownnce. Achrali Ashloy, anxious and aimless, artful and audacious, attended Academy, arid alter iwhilu attempted nttractfug and alluring Adam, apjtcariug awfully atlectiouatc, assuming itflectiug alti tiidca, and, altogether, acting nboiuin ahly. Adam, already affianced; avoid- ed all Aclnulid advances, nri(l,r.It!iotigli annoyed attiduouily, attended accustomed avocation. Again and again Acluah attcmjited nlicnating Adam's afleciom. Adam, always aflahlo and amiable, avcrrc atavrngingan nllront, and anxiously avoiding nu altercation, asked nn absence, and about autumn abruptly absconded. Arriving nt Australia after awhile, Adam nttumpt-c- d agriculture. Also acted as an attorney, amicably adjuiting nil annoyances and nnimoilics among Australians. Acluah, ascertaining about AdamV absensc, apiienred nbstructcd, and actually ate nraenic, und awaited angel's apparel. Anon, acuto nguo and asthma .Hacked, nod ulinoit annihilated Adam. Anxious Australians attended and administered alloviations and anodynes. Alas! Alutl athletic Adam! Alfeu ntid alone, altered and aged ninaiitigly, uppctito abating, abject, actually asking alms, nnd anxious about affianced Aunt Alniira. Adnm's aipcct appeared alarming. After nwhilo American atmosphere alluring.an accomiaodatiog Australian accompanied Adam ucross Asia, across Atlantic, arriving about April at at Aunt A I mint's abode, attenuated and almost an npp;irition. Ablo allopaths advised alo, alcohol nnd active- astringents. A rubella and Allen, an authoress, nud Adam's nfllnity, and uppallcd, also attentive Ty nided. Adam acquiesced amiably, .After awhile nto apples, npri-colalbeit asparagus," ato abstemiously. Afllictcd nnd ni! iug, Adam assayed annulling allegiance. Arabella artless und amiable as an angel, .avoncil allegiance, "Away allahsunbnrgumenUl Absence and nlllictions ubato atlcctiun? All ajiologies nvaunt!" "Angelic Arabella," answered Adam, "always anil udored above nil amid nil adrtent admirers accept Adam, and aclien and ails?" "Aye, nye! assented Arnbcllu. "Amen," amusingly answered Adam. Accordingly another autamu, Aunt Alniira aiding,' abetting nud accelerating Adam ami Arabella, at nu altar, acknowledged allegiance, nnd afterward, ailments arretted nud uppotito augmented, urt again absorbed all Adam's attention, and, although au auutcur, after awhilo attained as an appellation "Another Angclo." "Arabella, a an authoress, also acquired applauso and approbation. As ago advanced, Aunt Alniira, ailing and apprehending apoploxy, adopted Arabella and Adam, and afllucnco accumulating, authorized Adam's acting as agent at ndjustiug nflairs, altogether an ngrcoablo arrangement all around. Arabella, at articled and Aunt Alniira, Adam amused nt times adding an Australian adventure, ami amid admiring associates nud ugrceablo acquaintances, aunt, urtist and authored alike nbudo amicably ami ulfectiouately long timo nt Audover. An-dovc- r, '' s, h, Ad-'nta'- a nt An-love- r, presidential salary of twenty-fiv- e thousand dollars a year was fixed by Congress when Washington was President. Hut Washington declined to tako It, and from patriotic and disinterested motives yaw his lime to his country mllioul compennation, requiring simply tlio payment of his necrs-tarexpenses by the Government. It is difficult in those sordid day.4 to find a man who can riso to any adequate conception even of tlio elevated patriotism nud disinterestedness of Washington. Inasmuch as tlio Government provides nnd keeps up a ftirnlthtd houtc fur tlio President to livo in, and pays tlio chief part of tlio expenses of tho house, tho President of tlio United StatvM would altogether bo tho best paid officer In tho country with a salary fixed nt ten thoutnnd dollars a year. "Hut thcro has always liecn a disposition In Congress to exalt tho nflico of President by a profuso lavish of money on it. And although tho salary remained for many years t $2tf,06O a year, yet tlio emoluments were from timo to timo increased unThe- jmtefiaf IwtfttitL 3D O IF E Gr IR, .A. I IN" Gr 17, 1882. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 18. IDT 1ST OJF T3EIDE3 - ONE-PRIC- E CLOTHING HOUSE, 8ato Mmt s9 pri! Main Street, Stanford, Ky., formerly occupied by McRoberts & Stagg, ideni1 Bought for Spot Cash, at an Immense Reduction, and I offer the same at ces which cannot fail to convince the public that and Boys9 ltMag sIsMng BOOTS, SHOES, cfcso., til tho minimi oxponscs of Mansion reached about sixty thousand dollars. And in 1873, tho President's salary was increased to Ever offered in this or any other town. 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 I OFFER THE GlfcEATJiT KXGIIV This is no bankrupt sale to run Z. KLASS. 830,000 a jear, without any reduction in his emoluments. This excessive iucrcoM) of tho salary and emoluments of the President cannot bo accounted for on any other ground than n disposition to exalt him, as far as practicable, into tho dignity of a king, "Tho natural tncfiiaffon of mankind to kingly government," mentioned by Dr. Prankliu, arises from ono of the weakest traits of tlio human mind, that of hero worship, wholly incompatible with tho vigor of thought and manly independence of tho true Amcriotm citizen. American Itsgis-tor. A Project to Pipe Cat Two Hundred and Fifty Miles. A company of well known capitalists have organized tho "Gas Light Tied Him Wrong. The New Scientific American Ofices. We aro glad to announce that tho Scientific American camo out of tho lato firo in New York, like fabled Ptuunix, with renewed life. The subscription lists, account books, patent records, patent drawings, and correspondence wcro preserved iu massive safes. The priutiug of tho firo-pro- Scientific jtm;rictn nnd Supplement was dono in nnother building; consequently tho types, plates, pressses, paper, etc., wcro unbanned, and no in tcrruption of business was occasioned. Tho now Scientific American offices are located nt 2G1 Ilroadway, corner of Warren Street, a very central und excellent situation. Tlio now building fronts towards tho City Hall, tho Court-Housnnd tho New a magniucent structure, winch cost eight millions to build. Nearly opposite, and u few hundred feet distant from tho S'icidific American offices, is tho entrance to tho groat Suspension liridgo oyer tho East River, between New York and Brooklyn, which required ten years to construct and twenty millions of dollars to pay for. Tlio new offices, aro admirably chosen for acjivo business. Here, in addition to tho issuing of their interesting publications, Mwsrs. Munn & Co., uiiled by trained axarainers and draughtsmen, preparo specifications and drawings for American nnd For eign patents. If any of our readers should happen to make a now desaov-er- y (wo hopo every ono of them may do so, nnd gain a fortune) they have only to drop n lino to Munn & Co., 201 Hroadwny, Now York, who will reply at onco, without charge, statiug whether tho invention is probably novel and patentable. A handbook of instructions, with full particulars, will also bo Bent, i'reo, Messrs. Munn years' it Co. havo had over thirty-fivoxperienco in tho business. Post-oflic- lien. Selby, of Ilipyvillo, recently purchased a boree for his own use, but beforo closing the trade ho asked the owner of tho bono if ho would jump. "Yes," replied the hnrso man, "he's n great jumper; but if you tie a hickory witho around his neck right tight, he wont try to jump.'' Tho trade was closed, and Hen. took his now purchaso homo with him. Ho cut a hickory withe, tied It around his horse's neck, and turned him out When ho was tired of his to graze. rB0rE8.SI0.1AL. confinement, ho walked up to a tolerably high fence, throw up tho yoke ALEX. ANDERSON. ATTORNEY A.T X.AW, nnd jumped it clear,' much to Pens DANVILLE, KY., astonishment and disappointment. Will practice In the Courti of Boyle od adjoining counUea and In the Court or Appeals. Within n few dnys Ben. met the JAMES O. OIVENB, gentleman from whom he had purATTORNE1' A.'C XjA.AV, chased the horse, and told him about 311 Slh St., LOUISVILLE, EY. the animal jumping tho fenco. Practices In all tho CburU. Collectlooi promptly made. "That's strange," said the sharp WALLACE E.VARMON. T. W.VARMON. liorso trader; "did you tio tho hickory T. W. & W. E. VABNON. witho around his neck as I told you?" ATTORNEYS A.T IjAW. An old furmer in tho back part of STANFORD. KY. "Yes," said Ben.; "but ho walked up tUtri. who is noted for his cross, Office In Owtltr A gon'i new bulldtog-to tho fence, throw up his head the county, up H. C. KAUFFMAN. crabbed ways, being very low with nnd loped right over." ATTOItNEV A.T CA.W, typhoid lever, was requested by his LANCASTER, KY. "What! Did you cut the withe?" Muter Coiuiulwloncr and County Attorncr. Will wife to hare the minister call upon DriclIcA In all the Courts of (larrard and adlolnlnf "Why, of course I did." him. "What for?" he asked. "To counties and In th Court ofAppesls. "Well, that accounts for it. If you reTHOMAS 1'. HILL. JR.. had left it growing iu the ground, as pray for you, of courso," was the ATTORNEY AT IA."V, ply. "Mel" shouted the old roan. 8TANFODD, KY. you ought to havo done, ho wouldn't ol "I'm a Granger clear to tho backbone, Will nractlc la the Courtsor this and adlolnlnz havo tried to jump." Appesls. Office In counties snd In Ibe Court and wont permit any middle man to tiwiiey a con s new nuuuing up stairs. Ben. saw the point, and realizing fool arouud between me and AlmighHasraaaoiC rKTTOM. raixic woLroao. that ho was beaten, he resolved to WOLFOKD & PEYTON. God!" Tho minister was not called. make the best of his trade. He knows' ty ATTOIINEVH AT T..AW, LIBERTY, KY. now how to prevent, n horso from A Greenback paper says: Let the Office Special attention (lien to collections. people demand that not a singlo na- oier K. T. Tierce's store. jumping, nud recommends the remedy to nil bis friends who havo jumping tional bank bo rechartcred. This will LEE F. HUFFMAN. DENTIBT, put tho brake; on ono sourco of mohorses. Anderson News. STANFORD, KY. nopoly. If. a corporation can issue Office feouth side Main Street, two doors abo?e Conversationalists. Mrtternich the Myers aud have control of our money, is it Pure Nitrousllotel. Oss administered when Oxide once said: Iu my wholo life I have not fair to suppose that tho said corknown ten or twelve persons only DK. J. O. OARPENTEB. poration will manipulate it to suit with whom it is pleasant to speak KENTUCKY their greed, let tho damage como STANFORD, that is, who Jtcep to tho subject, do whero 8. Ly Office it will. Would it not be far from 7 toof er ltolit. 11 to I tie's store.to Office hours 9 p.m.; exr. .; 7 A. m j not repeat themselves and do not Orchcept on safer in the hands of the government? ard till Msturdsr, when be will go to Crib (It lurtber notice. themselves; men who do not talk of By breathing as rapidly as possible listen, to their own voice, who are cultivated enough not to loso them- Dr. Yates was enabled to endure a TmmE WILL HE IN Ho says: "I olIeach month, from STANFOUU TWO In Wl.tSS selves in common places; and lastly, surgical operation. Lanca. tint Mondsr, snd month, Iroui third heard tho knife rip through the flesh, ter two weeks or each Hotel.orer MattlnglyMondsr. who possess tact and good senso A clou's Office In SL Asaph enough not to elevate their own per- like tho sound produced in cutting store, tire sign. K.l). MUHI1AN, P.D.U. leather, but I did not feel tho pain." son abovo their subjects. Ua-l- jt Transportation Company," to mino coal and manufacture gas in Pennsylvania, and pipe tho gas to Eastern cities. A director of the company recently said that they propose to erect gas works that will manufacture feet of gas per day. This would requiro 1,400,000 tons of coal annually. The coal can bo bought at the mines for 55 cents per ton, but the gas companies pay $4.G2 per ton lor it. They save something by tho sale of coke, tar, and ammonical liquor, so that their coal costs them $3.14 per ton, or .12 cents a thousand cubie feet of gas manufactured. Ono great saving expected by the new company is the cost of coal and in the transportation. Another saving will come, they thiuk, from tho freshness of the coal, since coal newly mined produces more and better gas than coal that has been exposed to the air and weather. The cost ot pumping the gas is oflset by by the value of the coal. Tho deterioration of gas in tho long pipe they expect to counterbalance by making tho gas extra rich a first. The pipo is to bo of iron, six ieet in diameter, laid in hydraulic cement. R0BT. S. LYTLE J SUCCESSOR TO McAIiI&TER A ST-A.ZET-OIRID, - - KZEnTTTJOKI'Y'. ItfTIiE, Having bought the McAlister interest in the above named firm at a considerable discount, I am thereby enabled to offer great inducements in prices on Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, &c. Call and see what you can do before you buy. "With thanks to my friends for past favors, I hope to solicit a liberal share of the same in the future. R.ODBT. S. H.YTJL.3E. THE UNITED STATES MAIL SEED STORE RINCS A t wvst Founded 1784. V v "N k v rtvw-vr- s Tk '"C and Prices. vj tZmr Address D. LANDRETH .To ovory man's door. If our iJSEEDS aro not sold In your town, drop usa Postal Card for Handsomo Illustrated Catalogue & SONS, Philadelphia. GEO. D. WEAREN, STANFORD, LANCASTER and HUST0NVILLE, DEALER IN Grain, Wool, Orchard Grasss and other Seeds, BtllGIlON 3NTOT?IODE3 J I J3l I DFL - I HUE aopiaiiTa- "W - I -- A. Gc I O 1 3NT I IB. 4CJ-- m mm Au innocent-lookinyoung man, traveling on a (ruin from St. Paul to Chicago, was observed suddenly to reach up nnd pull tho Tho train, of courto, came at onco to a stand-stilwhile tho conductor and porter rushed into the car to ascertain tho cause for tho detention. "Gentlemen," explained tho young man, "you must excuse me. I wanted the porter, who was iu the 'forard' end of tho car, to niako up my bed, and thought that if I pulled the ropo that would fetch him." bell-ropl, AN At'l'ENDIX. All alliterations appeared absurd Adjectives and and admit apologies. adverbs are abused atrociously. Anomalies, abound und nro allowable among nil ablo authors. Adiou. Men are always ashamed of drunk but women uro not always ashamed or drunken men. en women, A black walnut grovo that was ALL THE BRANCHES OP A planted by n Wisconsin farmer about twenty years ago on somo waste land sparkled a brilliant omerald." THOROUGH ENGUSHCOUnSE recently sold for 827,000. Tho trees The peppermint crop of tho United Are taught, as well as aro now from sixteen to twenty inches States reaches about 70,000 pounds a through. MUBIO. THE LANOUAOEH. DRAW. INO AND FAINTINQ. year, of which 30,000 pounds aro exA good many pooplo who aro clamof the pepper-" ported. """"""jfV-- g ' 'a-- mint oil of this country is produced iu orous about the suppression of polygd iu amy would do well to remember what New York, and about A.3ST3D In Tuition, prltte riu from Ii5 lu 150 Iu th tho Iliblu says about throwing rocks. rexulsr 1'rlmsrr, IA5; Michigan. !artmtuts. and Collegiate, luleruedlstt ItcHHcrtt, 160. Moworn, Hhv-HhUcIV, V reparatojy, I M, South Kentuckiau. A queer and fatal disease has made Ui-hI-h Nulky lMewtJ, DrlllM, A A Smai.m-oI'mevkxtivk C'ttrH.Nkellerfj, CtiltiVHturri, IlHt-rewits appearance among the mules in Puts and Docrous. The fees of doctors For full particulars, as to Board, Ac, address following: It "There tends In the i, Tfareftk- NlrHW-CuiterU an Item that very maujr peraon are InBuchanan county, Mo. They work no better or surer protection from smallMKM. N. V. THUKIIKAKT. arlueliMtl, Ihk MHi'hlHVH hh1 EHKtaen, well nnd feed all right up to tho cry pox than Darbjr's l'roplijrlaclie Fluid (m terested in uit at present. We believe AUubrd, Lincoln Co., Ky. And other Implements and Machinery. We buy exclusively from lsnfectiiMri. wonderful healing the schedule for vialUhSJ, which would lUQineut of their death, which comes unfailing a d direct, for cash, in lots, aud consequently obtain the largest ducount and ! reuied and a mot powerful disinfectant tax a luan confined to his bed for a year, Goods a; Keasonable rrict lowest rates of freight. Our motto is i 'Tirst-clas- s us suddenly us if struck by lightning. eraJicate the germ of and In need of dally vUIli, over $1,000 a the Bestis always the Ohespest." Respectfully, shows a that will tlTcctuatl Post mortem exuminatiou listing- - qualified as Administrator of the estate dUease, prevent Its. spreading and ellect a year for medical attendance aloue! And Inwho I hereby buuch of worms in tho stomach, from GEO. D. WEAREN, Stanfoid.Zy, one (Ingle bottle of Hop Hitters taken In or Dr. S. 1. Cralf, csll ou ueuullfy all and are afe to uw. It it and U perfect! . cure, settle. at onco debted to hint to which it is supposed death is caused. time would safe the $1,000 and all the Those bailor claims alnst hlu w please present W. I,. WITIIEKN, by eminent and recommended aitKKN at WILLIAMS, properly attested, so naiiuer csu v uieu. theu, ManagerfllustaaiTUe Depot. Manager Lancaster !epol. year' ilcknem. Iv. O. Times. IW, lt JAN. r. CKAIU, Aduir. and clieniltU. Two-thirds is a mistako to think of tho present Chief of tho Cherokee as a painted savage, with feathers iu his hair and a tomahawk in his haul. A man who lately saw him says: "I found a polished and highly educated gentle man. Ho was dressed in broadcloth, with faultless linen front, from which It newspaper corres A Stanford Female College. pondent at the State capital of MisSTAM'OItl), KY. souri has applied for a divorce from his wife, alleging us a reason that "he finds married life aud newspaper busi- With a Full Corps of Teachers, ness incompatible and intolerable." This Institution opened lis Twellth Session on well-know- n the 2d Moudsr Iu September Int. TERMS MODERATE. !- one-thir- BTjaaiBS Neir-Illiitlorcar-loa- CARRIAGES, k, llHy-Prvtwet- x corre-ponde- Cerii-l'lHUtvr- '') NOTICE 111 phr-tlcla- ni 17-- u Tun aI Now York Sun warns tho re- publican parly m follow'': "The subsidy and loot policy was tried talwccn STAKFOBD, ICY. I860 and 1874, and it Worked destruction on its promoters. It overFriday Morning, February 17, 1882 threw tho republican majority in both W. P. WALTON. . . .. EDITOR Houses of Congress. It elected a A Washisotoh correspondent has interviewed llio ofllca seekers from Kentucky on tho Jacobs candidacy for tho Court of Appeals, and tlicy all say in subsianco thatilioy arofor tho man who woro tho blue Colonel Faulkner, of Garrard, who is there trying. forn Marihalsbip, says: "I arnwaysiB iavorof a union soldier ovecja confederate. ' That's tho feel-in- g of all republicans, and on tho rule f judging other peoplo by themselves, they attrihulo a like feeling to tho democrat who fought for tho lost But tho truo democrat is cause. above that. Ho judges a man's qualifications by his actions of tho past, and not by, tho clothes ho worotwonty years ago. It is said that thcro aro grave grounds for impeachment against the Supremo Court of Tennessee Tho decision against tho act compromising inthe debt of the State at is charged as not only being terest, contrary to law, but that it was made rand given out in advance of its formal announcement, to bo used for stock jobbing purposes. It is just as liko as not that the charges aro true. The peoplo havo lost their confidence in the integrity and uprightness of judges since tho infamous decision in the Electoral Commission. Tun Glasgow Times talks horse senso liko this: "It is about time to abandon the declaration that Kentucky's honor is bound up in tlio' payment of the expenses 'of tho military expediGov. Blacktion to Yorktown. burn's plcdgo that the Stale would meet any reasonable expenditure, was He had no altogether gratuitous. more authority to pledge tho credit of the Stale than the coroner of All schemes which forestall (he action ot tho people, should bif effectually squelched. Green-up,count- democratic president in 1870. Sccor Ilobcson invito tho republican party, with such democrats in Congress m aro disposed to fall into line, to return to tho methods and purposes of Grantism. Tho very appearanco of this man's impudent faco, still flushed fed with tho stolen wino of the old debauches, ought to shame tho repub lican leaders' back into their sMs." m i i i The Tammany members of the York Legislature have gone squarely over to the republicans, and now if tho democratic party has tho back-bonto kick John Kelly clean out of it, it will savo time, trouble and principle." Honoring tho old traitor, nnd allowing Tildcn to tako a back scat instead of giving him the Presidential nomination in 18S0, very probably lost ui tho last election. Tun Agricultural and Mechanical Collego at Lexington was 'dedicated Wednesday, the wholo legislature n leaving their business to attend. made a capital speech; aud so did several others, whilo quite a num ber of others got drunk. Tho spread cost tho city of Lexington many a dollar which would have been better applied in remodeling her topple down Now Wa-tcrso- Judoe Hikes, of the Appellate in Florida. Bench, is health-seekinTho Legislature should pass a law at its present session to prevent anyone hereafter from running for Appellate Judge, who does not present a doctors certificate that he is aound in wind, forth, and who does not .Hmb jind-ssign an obligation that the public's business snail' have precedence over hUxwirprivate affairs. If they will do this, a Superior Court wdl never bo thought of again. g o 1 I H K Since- - a number of children of a public school in Montreal weio discovered with mustard plasters on various portions of their bodies, as a punishment for breaking the rules, a society for tho prevention of cruelty to children has been formed. Tho originator.aud .champion user of the abovelnovel mode of punishment, is a jToraan, wno was very prompuy snoi from her position. The Ow'ensboro Pott in speaking of county attorneys, very truly says that a proper discharge of the duties of their office demands the best order" of legal talent. That officer is called on to represent thejiscal interests ot tho county and. also the Commonwealth in the most important criminal cases. In so doiBg he must qontend with the best lawyers at the bar. Those who paid $10 to 825 for tickets to hear Fatti sing at tho Cincinnati Opera Festival, aro likely to fail to get even a glimpse ot tho famous, though naughty prima donna. She has a little Boro throat; that is, sho says sho has, but tho ticket holders don't believe it, and think that a bird that can, and .wont sing, ought to be mado to. To Governor Blackburn's abuso of the pardoning power is attributed the flood of crimo that is now deluging tho State, from one end to tho other. He is tho friend that stands betwoeu tho criminals and danger, and ho has never yet beeu known to go back on one, when in distress. Buniininou nnstrers Duke in another of his tamo effusions. Tho old butcher is well awaro that all that is said against him by Confederates strengthens him with tho administration, and he therefore courts abuse from that quarter. A Petition 0,000 feet long asking unjust has on bank checks tho abolishmeut of tho been presented to Congress. It is thought that the tax will bo repealed during the present session. The Louisville Commercial ceases givingtbe Jacobites tally long enough to rago like aheathen over the proposed new apportionment bill. Wesuppogo its wants, but pshaw, it don't know itself what it docs waut. Thkiu: arottrong evidence, of an approaching panjo in, thoLIsTew York stock market. bond they subscribed Turnersville. By order of the to a railroad, which they claim, was never W. O. Welch, Chra'n. Committee. built. They have armed themselves and Manufacturers nj Dealeis In A" KloJs of have been actively resisting the payment LEGISLATIVE. of interest with shot gun. The Legislature wa not in session Tammany has gone over to the repubWednesday, having gone in a body to eat licans in both house of the Legislature. Lexington' bribe for the continuance;.of Johnson, republican, wa elected clerk by the unconstitutional tax for the A. and'M. the help of Tammany. In the Senate Mr. College. Potts called up his resolution to vest the Senator Blaln had hla bill to give W. appointment of committee in the Lieuten- Aoh. O anil 11 East Pearl .Street, Q. Dunn, of Garrard, an mi- ant Goveinor. The three Tammany SenCINCINNATI, O. BBj LQJ nor, the right to transact business in his ators voted with the republicans and YOU WIIX SAVE 10 TO IS PEU CENT. ON X own name, passed by the Senate, notwiththe resolution, and the Lieutenant Mil of goods St our bouse. standing the committee had reported ad- Governor will now njijiolnt the standing French Dressiug-CasSets, versely on it. Marble-To- p with Largo Glass, committees. A bill U being diacuned in (he House Col. Thooiai Liureo Jones, in a letter At 845, $50, SG0, $75 & Upwards. to give Circuit Clerk' 20 per cent, or the to the Suulh Kcntudian, very effectively Bureau Sets, $20, $25, $30 and up. fine and forfeiture which may hereaf- dispose of all objection to hi conduct at Parlor Suits, Seveu Pieces, ter be paid by virtue of any judgment in the late Frankfort convention. He wa Either in Hair, Cloth or Terry, favor of the Commonwealth in their re- not a delegate at all, and never sought to At 830, $35, $ 10, $50 4 Upwards. spective Courts. influence the delegate from Campbell and sm Visitors to our city are respectfulA resolution to request our Senators Kenton counties. He i a digniGed gento call and see onr stock and Representatives in Congret to have a tlemen always And doe the fair lliinc ly invited law passed to give the State of everywhere. The people do not exactly of goods, whetherthey wish to pur chase or not all the revenue derived from tax on whis- belong to the or ItEMEMREll THE PLACE. ky and other liquors, to be used for Com -- .. ii... ..... ..... r..l u!ll l...- I.... . - VrnrlNI. l,sntr mile. ... Koi.1: II i. ,u WrHr il(Umon School purposes, ia before the House. mc nt:v rauw lur uuyernor. luwenauoro A bill was offered In the Senate yes l'ot. It is reportid that the Wavs and' terday to put .Trustee of the Jury Fund in all other counties on a par with that of- .Means Committee will recommend a reficer In Jefferson county by increasing duction in internal revenue taxation to an their commissions from three to five per amount aggregating f 80,000,000. Thia recent , but the Senate wisely took the short- sult it ia propped to attain by reducing er cut by reducing the commission of the the tax on whisky and tobacco, and by Han a big lot of abolishing the tax on bank checks, match-- e latter office froui'fivo to three per cent. and proprietary articles. The approThe House passed a bill which will priation fur the support of the Governmake it a little harder for aspiring youths ment for the next year will be $135,000,-00exclusive of pensions, which may be and others to obtain license to practice GENUINE law. It provide that the applicant mutt estimated at $00,000,000, and of interest on have a certificate from the county court public debt, which may be eatluialed at all $'J55,000,000, that he ha studied law for two years; that $CO,000,000-- In he la it man of probity, honesty, and good LINCOLN COUNTf. J chiracter, and he la then to appear before Highland. a board apoiiiled by the circuit court for With Sluplnt: I.niulHlde. I). A. Baughiold $900 worth of qut examination; nnd If ald board p&we u li shingle last week. on hi capacity, the circuit clerk I to issue Kid. Joseph Ilallou preached a very hi license. He is to pay the clerk $10 for hi license, and at llieend-o- f six interesting discourse at Mt. Morlah, last Of month the clerk it to pay all of said fee Sunday. Died, Imt week, leonard, son of W. over to the examiners fur their benefit.) IMITATIONS. O. Wall. Hit remain were deposited at INFRINGING the M. K. Church. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. UK bUltK AND Mrs. Walls, mother of K. (1. Wall, Vennor says tlil week will close with returned from Kansas a ihoit time ago Psaaam ''isaaaaaaV a big, general snow storm. L. 1. Ilaugh lit been visiting at this place GET TIIK GENUINE. QasBBBM Wild geeei'e are going north, which during the past week. indicate that cold weather over. Win. Young, of College Hill, Ky.,ha Jacob Qeawrt, of the Cin- sold hi mill and properly, and will soon BBBBBBBBBB BBr cinnati police, shut hi head oil' yesterday. leave hi native Slate and move to Texas, The Ohio House has passed a bill pro- instead of going lo Kubank Station, Ky. hibiting the killing of quail In that Slate 11. 1'. Youni: and John Dull have till 1895 formed a partnership in the good busiMr, (laifield very emphatically a betness at this place. II. V. Young went to None claim to havo that she lua ever petitioned the Pres- Louisville last week lo purchaiie their plow; ident lo pardon the assassin of her hus- stock. . band. It. it. Hagau Hold a horse a few days Tlielr only aim Im to niakoHM Seven of the prlstuier routined In the gooil a one. llewaro ol all for $1.50. Adam Pet-re- y Ml, Rierlingjil) made their escape night ago to W. It. Cook, Mieli liuilalloiiH. New (hut told hi farm on liuck Creek, a few before last by cutting tlnougli two OIlver'M niiiiiu Ih en thu beiini, iih Hone oilieru are of plank and riAovIng'bricl In the days ago to a Laurel county man, for ' "" $150 cash. all, Keimliie. place In that's what troubles me Sho hates AN Aoko SlUNrn. Jno. Mounts, C'oiirl-I)H- j to havo loved n fino looking man, eighty years old, of pnlroiiHEUHiul will cmlrnvor leKlTcciillroMHturHcllMii. him once was discharged from the Penitentiary A his sixth yesterday upon expiration of An old toper offered his sentciico here. Besides this, he has boy a now nickle if ho would fetch served two terms in tho Kentucky AlwHjMoti Itniiil anil fornHlc. IIIkIk'"! thmIi price pnlil far Cam, H'lifal, Vr. rlern HT( at Mill promptly utlciiileil te. him a dark bottlo that stood in the Stale prison nnd ono in iho West Vir corner of tho pantry shelf, without ginia Penitentiary. With timo spent MATTINGLY, McALISTKIt & CO. 1119 UlUbUVI B UlSVAJCIIlJg li. .LUC lull in jail no calculates mat no nns oecn secured tho prizo and was making ofT behind tho bars an aggregate of forty-fo& TVW i CD with it, when his mother suddenly years, more than half his life. a M. 4Wr0 wWM yelled: "What havo you got in that Ohio State Journal. bottle, Johnny?" "I don't know," A Tkkmdndoub Cow. Probably answered the innocent boy; "it's laIIiiTcJtiMt rccclviMl mill will keep eoimlHiilly on lianil a fresh beled tomato sauco, but it smells just tho largest cow in the world is owned lino or tlio eholecNt by Martin S. Stokes, of Creyvllle, like dad'sbrcath. Waite county, Ills. She is soven years We aro in receipt of some beauti- old and weighs 3,000 pounds, 17 fully executed hands high, 10 feet long from the teed packets from D. Landkhth & end of nose to the end of tho buttock, sons, ot riulauelphia, too pioneer 17 feet from the end of tho nose to old Court-house- . becdraen of this continent. I lie ar- the end of the tail, 8 feet 9 inches tistic desicna and coloring are so truo around tho girth, 3G inches around the Senators Riddleberger and Smith to nature and superior to the ordinary forearm, and 31 inches across the hip All or wis It'll llicy will had somo hot words in n debate in .illustrations as to bo beyond compart- - She has been exhibited in four States, is 'Illinois. Indiana, Missouri and Ten- the Virginia Legislature, Tuesday, son. But tho merit of illustration not the most important feature; tis ncssce. She is whito and red, mostly and for a while the palo face of the the contents of the packets, and the the latter, well formed, and a perfect They are aUe hrciiIn for the hhIc of MaflliiKlyM Mipcrler moon was o'ercastwitli blood, but ' quality of their Seeds has been proved beauty; has two fino calves, oue three lVoelcn ClooiN unci YnriiH. friends interfered and tho threatened by tests extending up to a century. years old and the other three months disduel was prevented, much to the Their Almanac and Ceitaloguo is tho old. She was raised in Posey county, gust ofthoso who would liko to see a best yet, and should be in every coun Indiaua. Cyntbiana News. try house-holIt is mailed, post couple of repudiators blow each othToo often the "wisdom of words' paid, to all who apply for it. er's brains out. ' explains tho uospel away. It is pos-s itsr- Dr. C. It. Agnew, writing from I sibio lo refine a doctrine till tho very IT is said that Ur. btanuitoru is some- soul of it is gone; you may draw such iMonua, says: In this state a willing to have Gubernatorial houors what new problem presents itself, in nice distinctions that tho truo meanthrust upon him. He is a tho fact that all houses should be con- ing is filtered away. Certain divines man, and would fill tho office admiraPERFUMERY AND FANCY TOILET ARTICLES, structed without cellars, and so raised tell us that they must adapt tho truth bly, but he'll have to drop tho title of on underpinning as to allow a clean to the advance of the age, which sweep of light and air beneath them. means that they must murder it and Books &Stationery,Paints,Oils, Varnishes, Dye Stuffs "Doctor" if ho wants office in this Indeed it is a question whether such a flinE its dead lxxly to the docs. It u State. Dr. Blackburn has sickened WINDOW GLASS AND PUTTY, mode ot construction should not bo asserted that the advanced philosophy the peoplo out on Doctors. I of tho nineteenth century requires a Furo Winos and Liquors for Modicul Purposes. Proscrip adopted everywhere lor dwellings. ' havo for more than twenty years be - progressive theology to keep abreast The Louisville Commercial puts tions accuratoly compounded. Wo havo also a largo Iievcd that cellar atmosphere is a most ot it; wnicn simpiy means inai n the conundrum: "Does not the desire and wo!l soloctod stock of Watches and Jowolry, which cause of disease and death. 1 ular lie shall tako tho place of an to establish a Superior Court carry Under pretense of fensive truth. that it increases seventy-fivwo proposo to sell at loss than city prices. Watches and with it .the inferenco that our Court The Supreme Court of Tennessee hav per centum the risk from malarial dis-- i winning the cultured intellects of the Jowolry Hopairod and Wan anted. of Appeals is perhaps an" inferior sort ing declared the fundirg bill unconstitu- ease all over our country. Through age, "tho wisdom ot words" has grad-thi- s of a Court?" It fo, sir.it do for a tional solely because the coupons were State the nitivo population, as ually landed us in a denial of those made receivable for taxes for ninety-ninfact. by an instinct, raise their simple cab-- ' first principles for which tho martyrs ! year, the Tunding Hoard has applied to ins three or four feet above tho ground, died. Apologies for the gospel, in Action of Democratic Committee. is couceded to the court to so amend the decree as to per- and allow air and light to pervade the which tho essence of it Some dihatUfaction having been mit the funding without the tax coiion spaco so made beneath the ground tho unbeliever, aro worse than infidel-floo- r. at the change of the voting place feature. I advise all travelers to avoid ity. I hate tho defeuso of tho gospel from Turnersville to McKlnney, a meeting Gov. Cornell of Xew York, has pro- those hotels nnd other domiciles in ' which raises it to the ground to pre-thof the Committee was called, when It wa O. H. South which are not so construct-- 1 servo it from destruction. claimed the town of Greenwood, Steuben ordered that the former action be rescind- county, in ' Spurgeon. a state of insurrection. The ed. ed and that the vole at the approaching trouble i the Greenwoodilei want to reprimary election be taken at the usual have bought out my brother, II. II. Wearcn, pudiate $SO,000 of him too, bitterly not level-heade- d There In decided nle in ilia Cotton market, occioned "hf Ike .recent lifary incline, In price. Flee men wero run orer anil killed ly train In tunnel of the IUItlmorn sml Potomac railroad. The President ha nominated John O. New, editor of the Imllanapoll Jonrnnljot KMinlant Secretary of the Tremury. Tin Grand Jurr of ItanoTer county, Va., la InvcMtpaling the recent duel fought there between Wiw nnd lllddleharRer. A for the trial of Sergeant Mason, who tliot at the fa to meet in Washington on the 20th Intt. Lexington wa fineil $."00 In the tir-cuCourt for permitting the obtrnetlon of- llroadway itrcet by noisy and disorder V ly crdwdi.T ." The IToiim (onimlltee on Agriculture reported a hill to crea'.e a new executive department' to be known aa the Depart ment of Agriculture Fire thousand people attended the opening night of the opera festival In Cin cinnati. Patli wi rick on the second night and did not appear. -- riie' Riddleiergerllll repudiating thirteen millions of dollars of Virginia' hon-edebt, lias been signed scaled and delivered aa the law of that State. It la reported among Senators that Senator Ren. Hill is Iringlow In Philadelphia, his illness hating been brought on by the list Operation on Ida mouth. Representative Carlisle has Introduced a bill in Congress for the reduction of the tax ori. whisky to fifty cents per gallon, anJ for removing all limit to the bonded period. An eight-yea- r old boy diet! at Point St. Charles, Canada, from excessive use of liquor. The Coroner' jury brought in a verdict of willful murder agalnt the perrons who gave him the liquor. At Raleigh, N. 0., yesterday, while Eldridge Make and a man named Peebles, both while, were carrying Henry Jones, a negro cattle thief to a Magistrate for trial, Jones shot and kilted IHakn and escaped. ASfe.a VersiilleY Sunday night three business houses owned by L. AVooldridge, Governor Thomas II. Porter, Mr. M, CL Turner, and the dwelling of Miss Susie SubletL Los about ten thousand dollars; insurance $5,100. The "Wlllard Hotel Lottery Drawing ha been again postponed. This time the excuse i that the Court of Appeals has not decided the legality of the lottery grant. Persons holding ticket will noon be raising a howl about these everlasting postponement. Gen. Buell and Col. Polk Johnson would not lo a bad gubernatorial team. How many papers in Western Kentucky will unite with that ticket 1 It will be the blendingof the "blue and the gray'' and ill give a Western Kentucky man the first place on the ticket. South Kentuck-iacotirl-niarll- aatn (Jul-lea- lt - "The ten plagues of n newspaper The wholwalo valaoof oysters sold annually in Boston is $70.1,000, in ofllco aro tares, poets, cranks, rats, Now York, 82,758,000, and in Phil- cockroaches, typographical error, exchange fiends, book canvassers, delinadelphia, 82,700,000. quent subscribers, and tho man who Two lives were not lost, but saved, always knows how to run tho paper by n railroad accident at NoKicom-crstowbetter than the editor doca himself; tnj vitln tit IVIr Ohio. litntlnf A freight car was A Denver iiowspnpcr has libel suits Tlt i this oppirt inlly oflit I hit polront tIn SUnf irJ thlmrlrlnIrttiotunn,lltxrsl tuiptl, ml lofirt tltrllrJ sflo t h. lil (! A hoiMitortUIn II.' smashed by a collision, and in it were on band nnioiintins to 811,000,000. . ttrr.tnl II found two men inscnsiblo from cold. exaggerated idea of Peoplo havo an Thoy had sneaked in for n frco ride, wealth or newspapers, and somo ono tho door had been locked, nnd, as they il . Ills iutllt lt:-Tbiy w I beclt ami maAiln should explain to tho men who havo Kiomthalitileft'ortUtiMtten lay near tho roof on somo cotton bales, brought thesn suit thnt it would 1)0 Ktel " Ciitllnf ami lltpalrlnii nftlly tn.l ircnip(lr dons without room to movo their hmls, a t UA..M.I. mIIuI l.Mlf ll.al amnllttl IIHIi IIIHI HIIIUM.1. lrilli"wl thAni Hlni3JlllllU HI lil n trait t n ani mvm from any editor in Denver. iiiLiit at miu nuuivi horn nin if they had not by chanco been discovered. A snowlmll stopped an elopement a in "Yes," ho said to his confidential bo Louisville It was thrownoffbytho in tho street, knocking friend, "I am engaged to her and I in rajipoK I ought to bo content aud hat of tho driver of the carrlago '1'IiInNcw .Mill, fonlHlnliiK the latent hiicI which the runaway counlo were ridiuc happy, uut romenow 1 am worried to n railroad station, and thui causing about a former attachment of hers. ,, ieni There's that infernal blackguard, juu coougn uc.ay tllC l,n-- , Thu hindered, they were -Why, bless my Jones, who- ;-" separated by tho girls For inaiiufHcliirliiR nionl hhi! flour Ik how In full epcrnlleu.y, , soul I You stupid fellow, sho hates caught Wc will Krlml for ciiNtoiiicr, fur tlio prcNCHl, en THcndHj-- H. C. RUPLEY, NVANIWJtl). st-1- KV., Comprise Everything that is New, artl-eU- u To i av MKW IMS MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY lVeel-ucMlii- hifn lilrn tvimnn. sw I'v w va nt vna.f w A I lrnntv msivh wrck, hhI en Tlmrxiliiy, rrlalitjHiul flaturtlH-ofcArl- i h mill till oilier public iIhjk. IVc hoIIcII n liberal Hhnro Flour, Meal, Corn, Bran, ShipstufT, &c, ' lk T1V,.l ur 114 mtm .SJD li; hi chromo-lithographi- c Groceries,Confectioneries, FAMILY Soil at tho Very Lowest Possible Margin. 7my&MAMef 0DE-A.ii:Em- DRUGS, MEDICINES, ' CHEMICALS, c n. o ' e FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING BY main .Street, I B. K. WEAKEN, Stanford, Ky. F. STUKENBORG & BRO., MATTRESSES, CHAIRS, Parlor Suits, &c. TJK,IsrIT CTK,ESII tH Jy Bn Ibbbbi ami will continue the Furniture and Undertaking business at tho same stand, in the St. Asaph Hotel building. I will keep a full slock of Furniture ol every description and sell at figures that cannot be beaten. My stock of Collins and Ciiskets will be comprehensive. Shrouds and ltobcs always on hand. I also repair Furniture and do carpenter's job work. B. K. WEAKEN. M'ROBERTS&STAGG HAVE- ruSuSiCjthJBiflS bsssssb rS5!ariitrl R,E3VCO"V"EID -- one-sixt- h ' -- office-seek- ..., ...,!. .u....s office-holde- r, TO THEIR-- , I t:l c,lielllll, ,, we s. Opposite the SBT 1 Stal NW T Court-House. E- - II oo. J Courier-Journa- The Original and Only They Invito You to Call and See tliom Whether You Wish to uy Anything or Not. 0, .rOHCIST WIIOLKiMLB CHURCH hh, iai cfc ANII ItKTAII. IIKALKKM IN W PIANOS AND ORGANS Music, all Kinds cf Huiicil Htrchniist, BE'W jA. 3R.3E3 NO. 66 WEST FOURTH S r CINCINNATI, O. Grand PIANOS, Squaro PlANUS, aud Upright PIANOS, III Kosowootl, Satinwwxl, Muhogony, French Walnut ami Kbonizeri Cases, lu elrgaut deigns l corresiwnl with uny stylo o Furniture. M aaarvf yJryw SBBBsV Elegant Parlor Organs, Ghaool Organs, Church Organs, With ono Manual, with two Manuals ami Pixlali, containing the iiiont tiful, owerful and useful cxiiuliltiatioua over procured in reed IiistruineutM. Ik'uu- - 1 Colobratod ter Oliver. de-li- es ' thick-neoit- Laaatj We invite the public attention to our largo aud well selected stock ol nnd our unualed facilities for furnishing tho beat clam of instruments ut low rated. We purchase for net cash in larger miantiliea than auv other house in thia citv. The exneuso of our PIANO and ORGAN Department ia fur leas thau somo hous es doing exclusively n Piano and Organ trade. We have reached lower prices than havo been tendered by any dealers in thia market, nnd guarantee all instruments as represented. Wo bcII on easy monthly or quarterly payments, aud any instrument tukeu on trial, not proving as represented, way bo returned at our expense. We solicit correspondence with person desiring to purchaso, and tako plcaiuro in nnsweriut; all inquiries. PIANOS and OllGANS, JOHN CHURCH & CO. 5tmW!(!ttrfifinlerior3oiiriia( S'TA..tT3r03RI3, ICY". Friday Morning, February LOCAL Paiitim can I anpplled with at the Lincoln Milk ahelleil (IttANii HIcMlnjr Tournament at the Itlnk Friday nlitlil. Admission 2' cent. 17, 1882 l'i iMroiiTEii Ukiiman Kruirr, Pickled Feel, Aa, at McAllsler A Height's. k V" - i- ' about their soul's salvation. We have ntlll keepaa full line 11 45 r. X. of provisions. every reason to believe that the work of When In want of anything , 100 ' lo eat, yon can get It by calling on him, regeneration ia perfect In those who have . confeed the Savior here, save In one In LOCAL NOTICES, The whole faceyif the country in covered stance, of which we lll speak hereafter. with water, and w only need the boata.to The meeting has now been In progress NiOr. Lanl at A. -- Centenary Methodist church, make our town look like the ancient Venice. at Rich but not seriously hurt. sixteen daya and nights; the best of order I HUH Potatoes) at Aslier Owsley's. mond, Va., will have a chime of 11 la to haa prevailed at every session; the people Juma Hunt la Htarrlng In Pennsylra- - cast $7,000. Rr: that Corn Drill at Aalicr Owsley's. Crab Orchard. thla week. Next month ahe will ap- nla, Vkiiv patent Flour it A, Owsley's. St. Valentine's Day ha passed, and a seem untiring in their devotions, and it Is Illshop Scoit, the oldest Illshop of the Oi.ivrn and Champion Plows it W. H. pear al the Uraml Opera House, linen M. K. Church, I dying at the home of hla few of our Inspired Idiol have showed nol known now when It will close. natl. A. W. Burrows took the train Monday, nidRlrn'. their ill nature and lack of wit by sendfng daughter In Delaware. His age Is 82.' Ktir. Cigars and Tobaccos at MolCotjcrta Ooriaplcndld Merchant Tailor. Mr. II. comic Valentines, Ac, through the" mall. at Wavnesburs for Marts unknown. He -I- tev. C. W. Miller, of tho South Meth ft StagRV went to that place about two months ago a C. llupley, ha been receiving ner Spring odist ehnrch, who ha been dangeroualy More fools, more Valentine. Timothy and Clover Heed fur sale br and Hummer good for the Ial two weeka, III In Lexington, "Home again," after a brief visit lo stranger In search of work, claiming to be Aaher Owsley. with pneumonia, la conStanford, and the pleaaant family of Mr. a blatksmlth by trade. II. W. Caldwell Hamilton Ktmu. Plows always on and you would do well to call on him and valescing. being In need of such a man, a contract get firal choice. hand at A. Owsley's. A Ilipllst minister Immersed eleven John McRoberls, Jr. We look In Ihe wa entered into between them. Weather HrKD Oath and Clorer and Timothy peraona In five mlnulta at Clarinda, Iowa, rink, the rditora smiles, and had a glimpse Cor, IlitAl)l.EY,'of Lancaster, who was tfeed al W. H. HItKina'. of Jim' No. 10. For gallant young men being unfavorable for business, little was hero yeatenlay, gave It a hi opinion that wading In and out of the stream with llUV Lniilallle. Iftad.lKlit Oil, 173 and pretty glrla, Stanford come to the done in the smithing business. No money there would be a hung Jury In the Auatln each. It was a fretting day, and he had front. tes't, from Penny AMcAliater. wa ever paid over to Mr. Caldwell, and good reason for haste. Our Dramatic. Club will play on the Mr. B. congratulated himself on hit fortu Hcukwukat Flour. Oat Meal. Cracked case. Wo hope, however, for the take of Itev. J. Howes, piator of the Main night of the 22d of Feb., the drama enti- nate discovery of a hoepitable home. At Wheat, .Vc., at W. If. IHjrgina'. Juatlceand law that the Col. la for once ' Street M. K. Church, of Covington, reports WATCH rx, Clocks and Jewelry repaired miataken. tled, "Harry Delmar, or the Road to an early stage In the meeting at Double a powerful revival In hit church. Within and warranted by Penny A McAllsler. Ruin." Thl club is composed of good Springs, Buirowa protested religion, and at UainI HainII llAiNlll-I- flt were not a few weeka 29 have West Viikiinia IIkad-lioi- it profetned ainctlfica. amateur talent, Oil, 'il for the Ilibllcal and, they deser-- e a good once made himself very conspicuous In promlae that the earth lion, 55 renin a gallon, at McItolierU A HUrr's. experienced converalon, and 59 audience. The proceeds will be donated the worship) much so that every one was Yot) will find the beat and '.'for. ahall no more be deatroyed by a flood, have joined the church. to the Presbyterian church atWalnut Flat. constrained to think him a wolf in aheep's cigar In town at Penny A McAIIa-ter'- a. we know of many people who would be The Intereat In the Itevised New Will James, who went West a few clothing. Some of Ihe brethren called on looking around pretljr lively for an old ark was short lived, and there It about week A .iNrllns of Toilet Hoer. Perfumery, ago, write hick to friends here, that Mr. II., and talked the matter over with lo take refuge In. much prospect now of lis being adopted Kansas is the Hair, Nail, Tooth and Clothe Jlnialies, place for every body. He is hlru.at which he took oflente and vowed he tery cheap, at Penny A McAliiter's. In a telegram to the Coxtritr-Journa- l, W. as the only true translation aa last year's delighted with the breezy West Mis would never enter the church with them. almanac ia to be used for this. Publishers Mollie If. Miller aay that "the County AttorPERSONAL Uriels who has been quite In the meantime he formed the acquaintney either know nothing or refute to did well though a they shoved through ill, we are happy to state la much bet- ance of Iaabel MeMullin, a yountr widow Mm (IronoK II, lnwr. la down with talk." Now, II we were Miller, and that about 2,600,000 at three or four limes the ter... Capt. Welch and Dr. Owsley attend- who Is thought to be partially insane since a tcrera cold. confounded County Attorney would not cost of their msnu fscture. ed the funeral of Mr. John Shanks the ueatb or her husband, and succeeueu ' MikbHiioiia Lomotil) has returned Mr. Iltrnes Is preachlug this week at Miss Rschle left talk lo u, we would give htm audi a shak- Allison, of Bourbon, is visit- in hi wooings, inasmuch that she hashave from a protracted lslt to Missouri. home, property and friends, and they ing up that he would be glad lo chat here- the old Metropolitan Theatre, where ing her slater, Mrs. Judge Burch of this skipped out for parts unknown. May he MlM MAnr Newlanii, who haa been after. crowds still flock to hear him. It Is said place. teaching mIiooI at Hurgln, returned home receive his just deserts. that he will probably bring his labors to a Hustonrillt. Water Bpout. The rain yeaterday yealnlay. close in Louisville about the 22d of this --Ton Nail "Beared" the rib market down In torrent, cauaing Hi. Asaph's sew advebtiskiesth. Mil. Jomah i: Fa mm la able to hob-bl- e came month. That being llii anniversary of his with us last week. More strictly speaking, around on crutches, after a confine- - branch and other water couraea to get on consecration to evangelistic work, he perhaps he tared the ribs and then "bull the 311 8 ALE. A lot of si I ty bushels ol H ne Hun- mentor ait or eight weeka with his sprain-e- d the bbgeat kind of a "high." Uncle Pate feels that he ought to garlaa (J rats Seed. Apply tog. It. Cook, Sltn- make a new atari or ed" the pries. Tom would be a success in I'mbry.who la the oldeat man In the world, 1 ankles. something higher on that the preparation of skeletons for anatomfor aale, at Mn. Smith IiAUdiimax brought Ida siys that the town branch wa never aa MULta AMU HUIUJKS. 4Ihave of Mules anil Mir nearStsnlorJ. ical Illustrations. He is nut only a pol- X beary, squsre-butl- t, lChtnil klgh horses. Will lorely bride home, Tueaday evening, ac- high before. The bridge at the foot of LAND. STOCK AND CROP. ished man, but a manly polisher. en id pairs or Buncoes, u. i. Mover. tancaater street waa washed aitar, and wacompanied by MIm AdcleThorel, Bailie The papers are again ringing the chanJ. W.Allen bought of T. I CarpenHarlan and Luella Hrlght and their beaux. ter gale and much fencing along (ta rourae ge on Ihe charge of "nepotism" in and Mn. Kkuiien KMnLEMAN haa moved were wept off, creating great damage. For ter, 20 head of cattle at $41.50. HOVHK AMt LOT, Horse snd Jack bills, printed hsnd-nomel- y about Washington city. Of course we are ATTRACTIVE Apply at this office or address lila family to the Watera' place on the aeveral houra the uaually modeat little Detlrsblr located. all indignant over this thing. It Is unnat- meat Cincinnati, O., care J. A L.8eaonjood A Co. atreani looked much like the raging Niagand cheaply at this office. Danville pike, some alz mile from town. IS-- tf W. CKA1I1. ural and monstrous that a man In high One out of thirteen sheep was all the The young folki will mini MIm Laura ara llow Ita falla. )sition should provide soft places for his dogs left Mr. John W. Harp, of Fayette greatly. We stepped Into Mr. J. W. Hayden' relations. Still we will say confidentially Mn. Ciiaklek II. Wenu, sole editor, Dry Oooda alore yeaterday, and Mr. J. W. county, a few nights since. we wish we had an uncle in some office F. D. Albright, of this county, bought proprietor, type setter and traveling Koul, hla attentive clerk, ahowed a some I with to tell my trad of Knob Land of Mr. Taylor, of Itoyle, 50 tons of hay at fertile in patronage. of the Lancaster Enltrjrut, beautiful gooJa they had just gotten In, More BunoLAnY. On Sunday night, 50 cents per hundred pounds. arullrd on the cltltena of Stanford, a few ronsMtng of black and IOO ACHES! CONTAINING crcsni Spanish It Is estimated that holders of cotton at J. R. Napier, hearing a noise on his pretn- - Situated about 4 miles South of gliDforJ, and daya ago. and Dentelle Mirecuurt and Corallne went out to investigate. He soon disIset, known aa lbs old "I'oor-HouFarm." It haa on Mil. J. M. Whav and family arrived Lace; Pillowslip and Valtnctenne Laces Memphis have Inst over half a million do), covered the marauder apparently crouch- It Iwosmsll building's, connected by a porcn, In from Illooiningtun, III., Tiiesdsy, The til every description; Chenille and Silk lam by a recent decline Jn that staple. which a small litnllj ran IWe comfortably; an ing In the stndow of his smoke-housSptlcg near the buildings; about 300 young The administrator of Samuel Ciivena little glrla that ahe carried away return to Collarettes; the Htrnhardt Apple select Irutt, Kid Jim at once opened lire with his revolver, bearing,Treea ofquantity of msnr ol which are now good Timber, such as and a u grown Into handaome ladiea. They all Olovr, and a very handsome lot of cloth and others sold lo Proctor, of O., 1,500 emptying every chamber at point blank poplar, ctk, chestnut, Ac. acres of knob land In Casey, for $1,000. thins there's noplace liko "our old Ken- and glove-ki- d top Ladles' Shoe. They J. range. The next morning he went out to Stanford, Ky., Febiuary 7, 1M2. HLAIN. John Woods has an ewo that has iro- tucky home." Invite the l.vlica to call at once and examIdentify the corpse. It waa not there; but Mm W. K Pcukins, of Itee Lick, In ine these new and elegant goods, the like duced nine lambs within twrnlr.fnn,. Tom Goode's buggy was, and riddled with ! renewing hie subscription, esys he would of which haa not Uen seen in thla market months, and all were raised but one, which balls. No inquest. was killed. for double the lefore. Somerset Reporter. not do without our An amusing writer in the Cincinnati In view of the fact that Nashville la LAND, STOCK CROP. amount It costs. And yet aome enple Kmjulrtr, dating from somewhere in Ten Two negroes, Jim Ingram and Jim Km- - to have no races this siirinc. an effort Is complain that we ak only M cent more innessee, it hugely indignant against the bry, have been arrealed and are now in being I will sell st public suction on made In have a four day's extra for two than for one paper a week. tensely monstrous fraud upon the Govern- TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1882. ail for the murder of John Carr laat Sunmeeting at Lexington, with fair chance of Mu. Hah IIuiihett, of Ml. Vernon, ta My Isrm (If not sold privately bclorc) ment meditated by Ridgeway,a ahadowed day night. The Coroner jury haa had success. 3-- 4 here looking about htm. The wood are AC11F.H, COXT.tlXIXG forth in hi design of securine and con Situated ou the Hanalnar 1X7 one ratio from the several meeting and examined a number Fork, aald to be full of candidate for Congress Attention Mule Men. Remember gealing Ihe mortal remain of of wilneas, but being unable ytt to find a the sale of B Guiteau, Stanford A Iianrllle pike and oue mile from the F. Hudson, two miles from or ine una is up that way, and Mr. Ilurdett' name la Btieiur uht pike. and exhibiting the same a a source of sianrora except about Ji acres. All Improvements verdict, ha adjourned till Saturday. There Lancaster, on the In grsss The often and prominently mentioned for the Danville pike, Feb. 21st. private are moderate. Al the asms lima I will sell 25 I no direct evidence ao far againat either revenue. The writer justly and extra bred Cotawotd Bheep, 2 extra good Urood He haa for sale one pair good work mules poIllon. Ilia parly might go further and work Mare, 1 extra apparently conscientiously argues that if Msres, I of the men arrested,, though enough of and eight yearlings ready for work. fare worae f Frankfort Cor. Ixin Com. IMuIeCoU.l yearling Filly, 7 of 8 anybody haa a right to run thla show, the Milk Cows with Calves, Spring Wagon and l)ugr, auspicious circumstance have been reAt Shelby ville, Monday, ihe following Will A. Momiow, a talented young vealed to hold them for and Kitchen United States is the man. He aagely and Household under, cash InFurniture. Terms: bums examination. The sale were made: Ten head hand: over that amount. off 10 snd lawyer pf Somerset, and a sprightly cor- 1,000 pound logically contends that since it will have 6 and 12 months' time; notes negotiable and pay- bottom of the whole matter aeema to have feeling cattle at $I312J per head; ten rrapondent of the Interior Journal, ia a auieinuanx. .stsian cost the nation a large amount to kill the been In a church quarrel. John Carr, who 1 Stanford, Ky. good seed mule, ranging from $75 to gueat of Mr. Oeo. O. Helm near town. game, the nation is justly entitled to the waa a reapectable and honest man, and a $130.50; 10 rough yearlings and Thl i a right cood place for a lawyer to carcass and ellry. He further intimates steward lo the church, objected lo audi from $15 to $25. locate, and I am aure the surroundings that this thing well managed be penitentiary birds at Ingram and Emhry, would be pleaaant for him. It it eattmsted that over 600,000 saw-lo- g made the means of extinguishing could naHuatonville both have (erred terms for stealing, exer the As Executor of the will of John Cash, deed, I will parsed Calhoon for the Evansville Cor. Danville Advocate. tional debt, especially if we can obtain a cising at much church authority aa they market during the past six months. More OX FllIDAY, FED. 17, 1SS2, sort of international copyright, securing Imposed on themselves, and a bad feeling LOCAL UAJTERS. than half of these hava l,tt n.l- - to Ihe StanWest residence, about S At American people the exclusive con- ford,his lateat public auction to miles highestofbidder, had been smouldering In their breast fur Fiiemh Ilread and Cake at all time at the offer and poplar. This immense numberof logs trol of such exhibition, and protecting us the following personal property of the estate: aome time, and there are rumors afloat Dawaon Ilroa'. have turned into the hands of log dealers bead against all bogut imitation!. Evidently About 40 eUeers, of Cattle, consisting 1or about 20 that they had made threat againat him. 2 Steers, thoroughyearling about $2,0M,000 McLean County Pro-Rr- e. A ftiioiOE lot of both atralght and Pat- - Ingram's bred yearling Hull, 10 Cows and some Calves; also the Interest and tin dignity of the nation actiona on Sunday night and 1 pair of work Mulea, 2 work Horses, 2 brood ent Hour at McAliater A Ilriglil'a. demand that this question should be graveMonday morning are much againat him, Hogs, IS Sheep, Mates, 1 Mul Colt, 1 Fllljr. Lexinoton Couiit Day. There were ly 1 Uuggy, 1 ltockaway, I McCormlck Ileaper A considered. Tup. Turnpike bridge at the Junction and although "he doth over much pro- between 400 and 500 Mower, 8ucks of lis jr. 75 Ilarrcls or Corn, cattle on the market, ISO Shocks of Fodder, 10 Shares ol Slock In the wa ezected to leave at any moment laat test" his innocence, he may yet feel the but a good manv were CARRARD CQUNTT. National Dank of Stanford, about 10 Shares In left over. No extra halter draw. The colored people are quality of cattle, price the Stanford A Huktonville Turnpike, s lot of night. Lancaster. ranging from 3 to Wheat, Uscon, Farm Implements and Housegreatly excited, and whisper of mobbing hold Furniture, Seventy-fiv- e The musical society is in full blast, to 100 mulea on the IJc The proprietor of the Lincoln Mills the guilty party are heard. Taaus. All suu.s of 110 and under, cash; over market, selling from $125 to $150 per head. numbering about thirty members. wiah it understood that they ell no Hour that amount, a credit of S months, on notes with eood securltr. besrloe A great many common horses, selling from Jas. McQuerry waa tried on a writ of gotiable and payable InIntereat fiom date snd ne by reUil. The Skating Tournament promBank. jo-lunacy, Wednesday, but discharged. ises to be a very grand affair. Already $2-- to $100 per head. kxcc. atsaaia a. AlTl.ru, Ilanannaa, Coca nil la, Orange, bus-ines- s. Mrs. E. D. Potts I In Chicago on Cincinnati The cattle market and Lctuona, juat received at McAliater A there are more than a dozen bona fide enateady at $2 25 to $3 50 for common; Hon. W. O. Bradley. Is In Mt. Ver- ROSE COTTAGE FOR trances, and judging from the akill and Hrlght V swiftness shown at pra:tice Wednesday $3.75 to $4 60 for good to choice butchers; non. Mis Effie Potts, of Richmond, ia The Committee haa changed the voting night, some fun may be expected. One $5 to $0 25 for fair to best shippers; feed- visiting Mis Matlie Bourne. My business lehig Wsst, I offer lor sale or rsnt my residence In th suburbs of Stanford, on Somplace for the Turneravllle precinct from man took all sir rings and made three cir- ing steers $1 50 to $-- 25; Blockers, $3 50 lo The all absorbing topic it the Austin erset street new brick bouse of nvs rooms, porches, pantry, cistern, and all necessary outMcKinney back to Turneravllle. cuits In 23) seconds, which beala any thing $4 25. Hogs are active and firm at $7.15 trial. The twelfth juror was obtained buildings. cellar, Improvements are all nsw and The to $7.60 for selected butcher and heavy Tuesday morning, when the prosecution convenient. Call al the premises, or address of yeaterday waa gen- done at the last tournament. The proIk the heavy rain W. II. A.MrKKNON, HsrperClty, Kansas. Sheep proceeded with its witnesses, eliciting notha arranged by the shippers; common, $5 50 to $0 2-eral, Lincoln farmer are out of pocket by gramme for lo of fencea and waahrdland many thoua- - Committee, I at follows : Doors o)en at 7, are in fair demand at 3 to 5 cenlt;Lambs ing more, however, than was brought out by the Coroner' Inquest, and which has GRAND from which time till 8, regular skating are scarce at 1 to 6Jc. and dollar. An Atltnta correspondent of the Row-lin- g been given in these columns heretofore. will be enjoyed. Promptly at 8, the floor Have Coht. Our bualnea muil be ret-tie- d Green Ikmoerat writes that price are The Commonwealth examined about 20 will be cleared and preparations for the up before the Quarterly Court In Tournament begin. Kach contestant will a liltle better than this time Ust season; witnesses and rested its case Wednesday March. We do not want to warrant any be allowed one awing around the ring pre- car load lots of good, shapely young mulet afternoon, at 6 o'clock. Court reconvened ON FKIOAY NIGHT, FEU. 17, body, but we mini have our money, Mc- vious to the tap of the drum. With this are selling at from $130 round for fourteen at 7 o'clock, M. and defense examined a Altaic A Lytle. add a half hands, average, up to $140 for few witnesses to show the good feeling ex- The second and last fkallog Tournament of the signal the start will be given, and the rlnga lesson will U given. Two prizes will We awarded, Dlt. F. 0, Youno haa been appointed lo are to be taken on the firs I round. Two fifteen and a half, and fancy prices for solisting between Austin and hit Aunt Betsy one of 110 ta the successful gentlcuisa and s suits-bl- e one the position of Riaminlng Surgeon for more rounds are to be run and the award id sixteen hand lots. Small fourteen hand and to prove threats against her life by a 60 ct nta lo the successful lady. An entrance let of will be charged gentleman contestants, pension clalmanta'iu thla county, and all is to be governed by the number of rings mules are in excess of the demand and tell negro, Sam Glbbs. The latter was not which Is to lie refunded If they actually contest. A book will be found at Mcllobcrta A SUgg'a, Courier-Journa- l. who formerly came to Dr. Craig for exam- considered with the time sustained. Old Court records and Deed where gentlemen propping loentsr must reglatar made. There low. nsmea by 6 o'clock ou lha ulgbt ef the Tour- ination will now go lo Dr. Y. at Lancaster. will be three dinntcrealtd judgea, who books were introduced to show that her their nsiusnt. uenersi aamisiion, a cents. ivTcruuuy LINCOLN COUNTr. brothers and sisters would, at her death, will I charged. coata about $50 per year to carry will make the awards and decide all points Engle man's Mill. become heirs to her property, and in this of dispute. In the ladies ring there are lo $2,000 on your life In the KnighU of HonIlurdett & Co. will move their saw ,wy to prove her relative were probably IIUY YOIIK INNTKUMENTS or, and the thing U growing worae. Our he at least five contestants. As this enter- mill from this neighborhood in a short sufliciently interested In her death to have ml vice to thone who have not been bitten, tainment Is the tail of the kind of the seatime. caused It. The defense haa worked faith FUOMTIIE son a big crowd Is exacted. Admission There was only one valentine left this la to nicer clear of all mutual inaurauce fully against a strong case and public concerna. They am a delualon and a snare. both to floor and gallery, -- 5 cent. None vicinity, and that was directed to I thought their GREAT MUSICAL EMPORIUM admitted free. In the care of a good looking opinion, but it generally Cheap Coau War haa broken out belabor will be ineffectual in securing an widow. MARRIAGES. acquittal. It concluded lis work about 9 tween the coal dealer In Stanford, and Several of our farmer are going to Ramsey Folev. In Cincinnati, TuesM. Court adjourned till Thursday consumer are aa uaul, the gainer. The try their hands on sorghum, They say morning, when the jury was taken out to price ha dropped from SO to 10 and 17 day, Mr. Louts II. Ramsey, the celebrated that It will yield more lo the acre, and Is view the scene of the trsgedy, after which, sign writer, of thl place, and cent, with a proapect' of going loner. lutter feed than corn. waa commenced Hurrah for Divia. Three chceia for Nun-- n Miss Lucy A. Foley, of Islington, were Mr. 0. P. Hrlght has sold his lamb lo the argument of the case m FOUHTII AVENUK, el ley. by the Commonwealth. The defense waa united In marriage. We congratulate Mr. Ren Robinson, of (larrard, at 6 cents per Ramsey, on winning so attractive a partyesterday afternoon. late hour The Shanks Muiiueii. There have pound, to bo deliverrd In June. Mr. Hrlght arguing at a - KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE. been no fresh development in thl matter, ner, and trust that on doubling himself he taya that he is having extra good luck PULASKI C0UNTr. will also double hi business. They will afloat that a but there are rumor with them. to apeud a week with the Eubanks Station. flood-gatof light will ba unloosed at the arrive Our citizens were somewhat alarmed WsdulUChlckerlug, Knabe, (labler. Kuril-luinJesse Oaborn took the train here MonWhMhvk andOrovesteln I'lauos and Mason- examining trial of the nrgro Henry John- groom' parents, laat Saturday nluht, by seeing a large A Hamlin and Suillli AuierkauOrgaos.We warrant Mr. A. D. Powell and Mist Bailie Mob-erl- light. son to day. It I not thought that he I thlugtobejuslssreprewntud. Oua Inuu- It waa thought to be a house on day for Kansas, where he hope to engage every nanus of Irvine, Ky., aged respectively, 18 fire, Sana sola since eepiejiurr a, wiiicu sites the perpetrator of the deed, but that he but upon investigation it turned out In business more lucrative thin that us a reputation over any nruilulbsl'ulledHlatrs. by hi capacity to "teach the young Wears lbs (rest leading Una of lbs South. knowa all about It, la almost certain. The slid 10, eloped Thursday night with the to be a broom sedge field of Tim Kngle-man'ideaa how to shoot" in hi native Kentucky leal murderer Ii aald to be a white man, Intention of going to Jefl'ersonville, Ind., Mrs. J. H, Kngleman haa been danhome. Jesse I a clever young man, and and the' tame who ha been luapectcd of and getting married, but being truthful Mr. Albert Lucetind wife we sincerely wish him success. the nuuierou other robberies In that end children, they could not tell a He when the gerously III UaaaaULTaaVKLua AoKsr, To thl writing there are 109 addiof the county. The County Attorney, Mr. Clerk'asked their age, and the document left Tuesday morning, for their homo in waa refused them. They returned to LouMissouri Misses Mollie and Annie liur- - tions to the church at Double Springs. Miller, Intend to make a searching InvesHouse, Stanat tigation, and If possible brh'i; the right isville, and from theuce weut to Lexing- dett, two of Qarrard county's beauties, Among those who have joined are some of Is stationed for lbs preseutglad Myarareceive orders, to ford, where bs will be ton, where they will get the help of friend spent lut week with Mrs, R. II. Rice. the ablest men In the community. About promising to give Ibeui hl closest altauUoo.lJ-lu- i to justice. man Passergcr train North " "ontb j.-- M LIN, TIME CARD, Mn.J.T. ITarrm 01cjV and try their fortune In Cincinnati. They -- Mitt L'jella Hrlght has secured the are raid lo he the greenest couple that school at Ilrighf HchooMionse, and will ever left home. commence teaching the young Ideas how to shoot on the 27lh of this month, DEATHS, While Sam Kngleinan waa on his way Vanukveer. Mr. Vandeveer, the from town one evening last week, his horse venerable mother of our townsman, Mr. got scare! at a pile of rocks by the side of D. W. Vandeveer, died at her home in the pike, and threw him off. Ill fool Casey county, Wednesday. A good old hung In Ihealtrup, the horse ran with In Zion has gone to her leward at mother him about fifty yards, and kicked him sevthe ripe old age of over four score. eral limes. Fortunately, the stlrup leath"er broke, or he would have been killed or RELIQWUS. cripuled. He was considerably bruised, 80 of this vant number are to be baptised most ol them Still the good work goes on. Last night about 25 who have not yet confessed the precious Savior came forward and gave their hand as expressive of Ihe desire they have that the meeting should continue, as they were Interested .3 HALE& DOUBLE STORE. NUNNELLEY WIIOMaAI.KAHD DEALERS, P.KTAU, ' Offer Special Inducements (100 1)3 1 I lt IN TIIK FOLLOWING 90 SUGAR & COFFEE AT ROOK-BOTTO- PRICKS, CANNED GOODS a in Q L71 O M LOWER THAN EVER, SADDLERY & 11AKNESS AT A SMALL PROFIT, A BIO STUCK OF Lard, Bacon, Meal, Flour, &c, All of which we offer at VERY LOW PRICES EITHER ! FOIt CASH OR PKODUCE! We are Agenti for the Celebrated da. T. I-- CASE FIOIB jRKEi:snaM A Chance for a Bargain. n e NEW FIRM! o CHILL AND STEEL PLOW, Guaranteed to give tatiifaction or no sale. Alio Agenti for DAVIS SEWING MACHINE, Guaranteed for five yeari. PRODUCE E VERT KIND Taken in exchange for goodi. per PUBLIC SALE AND Come one, come all, and examine our goodi before pnrchaiing elsewhere. Respectfully, HALE at KUNNEIXEY. HT. TEBX05 ADVKItTlSEalEJlTS. JOnN W. KERB? las candidate for to Ihe office of Assessor of Kockcsatle eountr, August election, 1831. n, ri.,inisu iua, J. W. BROWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Mt. Vornon, Ky. Practices In all the Courts. Mil n street. Office South aide (in-lvr- .) EXECUTOR'S SALE! ISAAC A. STEWART, bn ATTORNEY jard. AT LAW, Mt. Vornon, Ky. Prsetlces In the Courts of Bockcastle and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals. Office In Court-Hou167-I- T SAM M. BURDETT, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Mt. Vornon, Ky. tanii, SALE Q Will practice hla profession to Rocieaatle and adlolnlne counties and In lbs Court of Aenesbi. Special attention given to collections. o Q S3 J. T. Clash. Qxo. W.Bakis. CLARK &BAEER MT. VEHNON, KY DEALKSS 1st Dry Good, Groceries, Hatf, Caps, BootH. Shoes Had Everything Usually Kept 1h m Flrat-GlHStore. M Skating Tournament Thar constantly buy and aell Shinglos, Posts and All Sorts ol Lumbor at Fair Market Bates. Butter, Eggs, Feathers and all kinds of Country Froduco Wevute.il, httueat market Price. UBOIIIIKAD at tie OS-C- m ADVtUTlSKIIESTS. J. H. Albright &Oo. - It BRODHEAD, KY dialkm ix General Merchandise,Drugs,&e. C3 D. P. FAULDS, Ws lisvs s Isrga stock of ready-mad- e Clothing, which we will sail low. Ws have added to our too k a couplets Una of Drugs snd Medicines, l'rncrlptlons csrefully compounded with pure srllcles. Also, wholesale and retail dealers In Lumber, Wood, Hhlogles, Coal, Drier. Tobacco, Ogsra. Crab Orchard baits. White's and CrookVs Verullfuze. Orsana. Kurnlturs. A. A sooJ Kiun A llamlln Organ for Ui; a Weed Bewlng Machino iut s . uncn suit siacnines si omer prices, ano warranted to give satisfaction. Brick at the kllu Iroui hi to IS per thoussud. Any oue wishing any thlug In our line will please call on us or writs fur further particulars, (live us atrial and be convinced that this Is lbs place lo buy goods. Purchasing: Agency. couuecllou till, To iurchao I)reu Geedu, Mil , llHcry,CHrtetH,FHrHttHre,il-eDRESSES MADE TO ORDER Uavlug opened a rurchaslng Agency lu Louis, Kr.,1 eiu prepared by uy experience and with lbs leading houses ol the city I'vr uy patrons, on the most advantageous terms. GEO. H. BUUCi;, A. A. WARUBN, W. E. MoLAUGHLIN, T. AY. MILIEU. Uy the most Fashionable Dress.SIaksrs. All orders will retrlve earelul aud prompt etUutlou, UiuiuiImIou, 5 desiring umreus. pire or informslluo should send postage. MINM M, LHUAN, 120 West Chestnut St., Louisville. Kr, IU(ereuces:-!- tv. Ken lltlui, Csrrolltwa, Ky Pr. Dudley 8. Reynolds, Louisville; K.U. Logan, oflheCverlsrAienuf, Louisville; W, Walloo, editor lMTakiosJovaAi,bUutord, lUv, Ueo. 0 Dames, Kvaugtllsl. (iM-4- per lartle I. , CHUHCH IIIRM.TOHT. t Rattfo of Printer' Clatter. Wetoer a a Hay W. V. IttlHNHY On Tuesday, J. Q. Walker, old ! 1IMJC4IIVM Tho printer, children, is a patron of Mr. ilohn lay lor, who resided on man Wclborn and Josh Ilanly, wish la a candidal tor AMRMIon, antjrrl to th will HOUTIt HkV 1. . !", Stash mi RTmtT, ol th Democracy MKTIinillHT, nliht. ing to cclcbrato our snfo return, givo tho art preservative of all arts but fro tho Webster farm at Franklin, N. II. nlhl. Hun.lar rVhool LANCASTER KENTUCKY. at 100 a M J H. Mm., rtiiirtnirn.!.nl " qtifnliy lias tho art of getting a poor tells tho following nbout tho "groat us n big dinner four milostfrom tho 11. iiofjKr.it Woman'a Mlnlnnar Hocl.tr mctihrr. on tnalM Secretary." "Ono day wo had four- JOHH T. IIHXIINN, 1'KOI'KIKTOK. la candidal camp meeting. A dnnco also opened, writer into picklo. any Mutxlir In rarh month, at I o'clock. Ml a. T. T. fr Art.rWOll, iit,el In iraTirMi, rrrain.ni. FrMayjMarniifr February. 17, 1882 with arllon of tti. IWmorr.fr. Tho printer sets whilo standing, teen tons of hay well inndo and ready my brother Kit llimby, a noted J. M. BAPTIST nv. fourthlUrm, Iaatar. HoTtlm A FIRST - CLASS HOTEL and Mundat a, raornlnf and to put in tho barn in tho afiornoon. fiddler, ofliciating. Tho youngsters and stands while setting. JOHN HI.AIN night, rrarrr Mctlna ft.rr Wrdnraday THE OLD RANGERS STORK In every particular, Tin patronage l th public Hun.lar Hchonl at 1 10 i. a IU K. Harrow Tho printer is not usually n wealthy It was a busy day on tho farm, and commenced attending our barhecuo la a ran.ll.lal for OlIINTV CI.KItK , uljl la Mun.rlntrnd.nt llt-leoll.llcil, and ealMacllon guarintird. an r action ntthi) Democracy. BY B. TARRANT. nnd dnnco. On Wednesday, another person, but generally has a quion or all who could handlo n rako or a Worakln If orClIlllrtTIAN,day l'rnrhln tho mintal llallott pitchfork wero pressed into tho serl.y HJ Joa, barhecuo was continued by Col. M. two nbout him. (Ir llicfnterlor Journal on nri an.i mini uara. rliin.lt y tkhnol JOHN 1,. ham. inn Ho sometimes docs very poor work, vice. When wo camo in to launch at I tft. Ji. rtat.ranr., HupFrlnt.nd.nl. T. Johnson and others. By night, I I'AIIT BHCONI). , tan candidal for 1UNTV ArHBiSOIl, .object DltCSMYTKIIIAN, BOtiTII -- It.T I 8. Mcl'.l- "Knfly fn tlio Spring of 185(5, a and Tom Johnson decided that wo but all his work, good or bad, Is justi in tlio forenoon, Mr. Webster entered to th will of tlio Democracy. M hIii Nt., NlHiiftml, Hy. nkn W. I. roy, twttor Hun.lay rvkml at M, tho kitchen and in a playful manner Itaut, Hiirlnt.nitrnt. Union I'ray.r Mealing on party of nbout nine, mostly young had tho camp meeting congregation. fiable. ivwn.nay minia. M. I'll I MI'S JIJIKJi: Tho printer does not often carry n and tone of voico said : men or boy, camo into Kistern Tex- Tho next day, Col. Nat. Terry, nnd JOHN DINWIDDIE.PRO'R. teaeandldit for J. ATTOIINIIY, COtlNTV "John Taylor, whnt wages will as rom Western Louisiana, ostensibly others gnvo another dinner with tho cane, but you will nlmost always find loth will of tits Deranrraey. to cxnloro, Western Texas. Thoy usual accompaniment, nnd Tom and I him with a slick in his hand. Some you givo mo to work for you this af OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 na.uijix ternoon ?' were a (wasting set; and seemed anx- wroto an invitation to Parson Veal to times he is a slick himself. Wei mnltnu. to m t Mftillcltora fur patent.. Parrata, rtr , will givo you half a dollar BOARD, 32.00 PJER DAY. la a ran.ll.Ul.forJAII.Hl of Lincoln inunlr.aiili TraileiMaita tuptnirlita, lia.ni-- U mi I'i.IUiI Mali. is a materialist. All nnd fight Indians. Tom attend, as wo had his crowd. ious to find Tho printer '"I fana.lt, I mm I ntriu , Ho retoriiianr, ilr. Hi lunierrarr. m Jtcltothe action ol bare) had llilrt)-ll- o Jrur urn ilnMIn thwart sir.' Johnsoni Bob.l'arkcr, Frank Adams plied that tho camp meeting was bro his thoughts aro upon matter. Special Accommodat'on to Commercial Inn mriina I. nu. itriw nnd ai.lriHtld llliia rxTtm vrii " 'Why, John Taylor, I cannot afMost men like to have things como W.H. COOLliY Travelers. and myself, wero employed to go with ken up, but ho tvai going on his cir lric.lnHkUinir p:i.'i()n)mr.lio.iHitiinTi c . i .Ti.llnj,aml haaail an ford to work for that price, and you la ramll.latn fur J All.tlH of l.lnrntD roimtr. aul thcni as.gujdcs. , Wo started . from cuit. Wo thought it timo now to play out square at tho end of each day, clrrunll .. n.tr ;. trv. Ml NV A til. Patent SWIrl to a ).iuocralle primary tlNtlou. lw, liit.'a, if l , iivtiu. ! Auraiciv.sr Inri nw. iSiiolby'county, nndfaollihig happened quits;- - wo wero oven. They got our hut the printer hates to bo obliged to uuderrato my abilities. I can pitch Baggage Transferred Free of Charge t f.mrYnrk. ulfal.nt.fnv. of consequence till wo had been out jug; wc captured their congregation. bring his work cut even. This sounds as much hay as any other man.' I have recently taken charge of this house H1T. THOS. ItiX'IIAKDN llir jc?t lHiirvvrt and intend to have " 'It is on tho supposition, sir, that somo three or four weeks. On n la a Camll.lata lor J.MI.CIl of Lincoln rounlr. Twenty years afterwards, Capt. W. odd, but it is ovcu so. accommodations. Prize Dnas aul.rtl to th action of Inn Urniorraty. Though correcting his errors every you aro a good hand that I offer you bright moonshiny night wo wero en- - G. Veal, in tho mcantimo having Scroll Saw in a beautiful grove, ,on tlio become eminent as n citizen, minister day, the printer may all tho timo bo thoso wages; wo got our best men for j camped j J. S. 1IO.HIXY and Lathe ClcaV Fo'rk of" Trinity, in Tarrant ono dollar n day,' I replied. growing worse. and soldier, at n ramp meeting in ElllaraaJl.latu tor AiUlHSOll of Llnroln rounlr. Mrut !.. to aul.Jrrt to Hi. action of I hit Itinocrarjr. ' 'If that is tho case, John Taylor, Though a perfect Jack Spratt in hrmtdrrMWlUi county, fourteen miles Northwest of lis county, not knowing that I was in Mirta, tfii ro STANFORD. KY. Fort Worth, near whero the villago tho country, in a sermon expostulated his fondness for lean meat, the printer I am your man. I will finish my af awaV 'T,,,: 1X1 Tl of tvioo. pim ii. Micii:.vri:it Irvl Prize Holly correspondence with tho department, E. II. BURNSIDE, - Propr. of Dido now stands. A party of on tho sinfulness of dancing, nnd as a never objects to fat. H.OO 11 Kfroll Kan $3. U a candidal for COUNTY ATTOHNA Y, aul.Jcct awLwHaV IUa.lU m Ho is often a profound reader, but cat an early dinner, nnd bo ready to Jitit Mi ntllcl-- , to the. action ol th. Prmucratle p.ity. Coraanches made a fierco chargo upon proof of its fascinating , temptation, i iJMr take tho field with you.' As nooning This Old and Woll Known us,jkilliag ono of tho Louisiana boys told of having had a camp meeting always dislikes solid matter. Hotol Still Maintains its THO.S. IK XKUXANI) In.T faitttrtli The printer is liko the actor in the on that day was short, and hy tho and took two of their horses. Th e broken up by a dnnco headed by tho aValaalfilr Maltf High Reputation, Hrmll Jwj anil Minn JIm. I. a candidal. t..r to th.oftlcoof JAII, Louisan-inn- s A II mwliliirti mt iitfaiiiirawturrrli conflict was severe, aud tho "Taaad AND noted Hanger, Tom Ramby and his fact that ho hates to seo a beggarly timo tho teams were ready, Mr. Web Ml; aulijrct to th action ot th Drinucracy. i tlcm. A: 12 Arrn.le, Clu.O. fought liko wild cats, but they cronies, many years previous, in Tar- array of empty boxes. ster made his appcaranco, we drove Its Proprietor is Determined that ) J. WATROUS, it Shall be Second to no Country i:. W. IIIMMVN The printer may not bo averse to into tho field; tho hay lay in windwere fighting iondear, life. Wo held rant county. As soon as services Hotel in the State ia its Fare, la a Candidal loth otfl ccofOlUN-Tour position, but tho next morning wero over, I walked up to him, slap- poetry, but ho detests pi. rows. Mr. Webster nnd myself Appointments, or Atten! JUIMIK, aul.Jpct to will of th Prinorracy tion to Comfort of all their boasted valor had leaked out. ped him on tho shoulder and re markTho good priutcr is known by his pitched on tho same cart. He took a their Guests. T. .11. Ii:XNIXTON They had seen enough of Texas, its ed form. So careful is he of his form, windrow on ono side and I the other. SweetOllaTye, Song &. Chorus. 1 aaa fro tfceaot la a Candidal ttt will be to th :pnur& aud 'its Indians, and Were A ton was put on the cart, when he Bateau, char a;.. that he always locks it up. "Parson, wrinkles nnd gray hairs free of accoaiaadtla ett AHShSSUtl. tJut.Jecl loth action or theoffice of r..cll Democto t'omatf rtlil Traiel.ri. Tkt Mar will racy. ready to return to Louisiana, and have slightly disfigured me, but I am Though not always correct, tho took the whip and drove it up to the with tkt rkolr.it alwata bbI1 Vordt hj Jamei M. Loath; Mniio hy kraid.arl.lQioriaad Cigar, li back they went. Wo four comrades still in tho ring, and I live in this printer's work is invariably done by barn, leaving mo iu tho meantime at Lecu LtToy. ir.ll.al Llftrila attack.!. i:o. iv. work in the field. When unloaded kept' company with them on their re- county.' He greeted mo heartily.and rule. ! at CONftrAHI.Eof A New it Popular Song Jtut Isiued. l rjn.ll.UI for The printer is a very inofleniivo ho returned with the empty cart, up- DangJitBTS, Wives, Hianlord frrclncl, aul.Jcct to ttt acll n of lb turn till news reached us that tho In tho next day from the stand, ho pointDemocratic parly dians had made a raid on tho Elm ed mo nut iu the congregation, as tho individual, but he is quito clever with on which wo pitched a ton, making in The rwt In timde.1 lMuty may flow, Th Illy Ita Intrant aweeta... .bowl all three tons between us that afterFjPrk of Trinity, killing old man Jim old ranger, who, in connection with tho shooting stick. Th telle In 0a1cbhrM twauly may vie. Hut nan are eo lot.ly aa awe.1 1'lla Ty. (STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, is not satisfied with noon, and ono ton and ono half as his The printer .Hicks, and all his family. Wo start his brother, Eli Ramby, a celebrated thinking that his work is complete. part of tho work. It was a hot aftercd to see about it, and fell in with fiddler, could draw a larger ciowd awaWslawlaw. DKPOT ST , STAKPOUII, K Y., Thai heart, thai role awel and clear, lach wlnmicbaraa now arown aodear; He always wants a proof of it. Cant. Jack Brcnson's company of than a camp meeting.' " , noon, and I observed what I had be)ly lo,e lor you can u.irr dl. WINE, My heart rlloca to aweet Olla Ty. The printer is your true man of fore seen when ho used muscular exrangers and joined them in pursuit of Tho old ranger closed, and relapsed IlKtLK III tho enemy, caught up with them, and into a moroso state. I supposed ro letters, (hough he, may uot boa litera- ertion, he sweat more profusely than I'rlrr, an mil . Krod foca aatunU eony of the Mutleal I'eoid ii. 4ii!i:Miin Muutd.nta .had 'several fightc,' myself and com- morso fur interfering with a religious ry man. mojt men; it literally poured oil of arca.lf, Clnclonal, I'. llMdilone. Talilet., Ar The printer is an upright man, but him like rain. panions getting a number of scalps. meeting was gnawing nt his vitals, Work Miil.l. Wo re- and was about to mako somo inquir he is frequently seen about the galleys. "When I met bim tho next morn(Wo scalped in thoo days. A very" bashTho printer used to hi 1HTERI0H JOURNAL ing, said he: 'John Taylor, I have mained with Brenson's company till ies to that effect, when a side glance IN nt fall scouting on tho Wichita nnd to nt n six shooter on the tablo caused ful sort of fellow, but now thai te slept sounder nnd feci in better health B. MARCHISi, DR. Utib hound Timbers, Doublo Mounds, me to desist. males are employed in printing offices thau usual. How I wish I could only -UTICA.N.Y.. tl on llra DUeoTenrotOlt.UAllcnisra ho will set up with n girl six evenings live as you do! A farmer's lifo is the 4 If Sic, when wo returned to tho whito lion .vi for A Timpwrvw rtAfrirnT.Trnv Very Anixaus in a week, and ho goes to press every most rational malo of existence; good sottlemeuts near Fort Worth, in TarA rmmi "Boss," said a colored man. "I ml m riMAlICOMPUUTl'. rant county. Wo arrived on Thurs- wish dat you'd state in de paper dat day. fool, homcraised, with healthful work u"mrf.wHVt;,'I!M0.niL.''ilmmlS?.uw maleayattmat The types of tho human raco aro for the day and sound sleep for tho upon A abdominal and utjrln moaclea, and - jlaaW.rr.t. adllralllrtlirliieeicrMaJe. If day, and on Friday, a Methodist I'so got a fiuo gal down ter my is ntf:iAiu:(,oK- Ac.l,Ul.tkM of Moptt Buctiu. Mnn condition. J .in., th.mln Kh.mlllir A ilinUloai-J. Scattered all over tlio .earth.. and, the Ilillht. Dr.MarcWaiarterln.CalbollconwUUur.falt Camp Meeting commenced. The re- house." It ClVCift man a clear head, a tnc n.tJ-womb, Locorruira, Chronic I nflamma-lio- n wirtr r wi .it, r H iirra. of th printer distributes his types iii all di large heart and strong hands.' " turn of four noted rangcre with a and Ulceration of lb YVomh, Incidental lhr t.vtriiiioou Piirif.r, Li.or THE SHORTEST NOTICE, "How much does sho weigh? It is Ucmorrhica or Floodln?, PalnfaU Bappreated lliluntor,,"I, '" " rections. goodly number of scalps, created a customary, Ktl ouv11"1 and Irregular Meuatraatiun, Kidney Complaint, you kuow, to givo the LWllwf andlaeepeclally adapted to tt Change otlX.. New York Slate has a Eeren-dayN A t1lnrtw) ft04. Ultkllalf .rhf tlH TO KXhC'UTK The printer is not necessarily a considerable stir, and wo wero much number of Heed for pamphlet free. All letter, of Inquiry pounds," said tho editor. LAWYKIH'rtHIKrlt, wonder in the person of a cannibal freely anawered. Addrea aa anore. lftli4 lionized by the citizens. On' Satursporting character, but his form may Hltl'liRIMTrl. . CATA UMi U . CI IICULA IU, flllt Hll.K HY AM.In ear and aak lor rkirtuinhu!fir?isttti:iiuJ!iSf3. iLiuimy tec, Idonn know, zackly. PrtcesLOOpcrtnttl. named Oicar Beckwiih. He is locked trVMtmrl l'KOOItAMMt, fUlTKIU, NOTCH. bo seen in a chase. la II .,- !- ni4..J-rMk-. .thnlltan. Tak.nooti.er mooting, which day wo atJemled-t- ho Dr MarchUre: Jis'say dat she's big enough fur'xnll frequently ClttCKH. CAHDH, TAOH, KNVKIll'KS, iu the Hudson jail to await trial far .L ....l.arV 1& is often beside himself. l.li. The printer was conducted by tho circuit rider, LETTEK IIKAIM1.N0TK IIKADd. ItlLLllEAIlM, practical purposes." I Harlt.iui.gifiifi'VM-- l without into- . TMl?Ul:- ihn arillinrr nf K A. Vnnilflrpnnb- nn HTATEMKNTM, KF.CKllTlt. HUBPtKNAH, Icntlnu- That is to say, he frequently stands W. G. Veal, a talented and rising II r ,tT'('NMl you weigh her?" "Didn't lllMir fXf"n' r old Columbia county wood chopper. WITNUMCEKTtriCATIM.HONDH, al t.r besiJe his frame. young 'minister, Assisted by nu oldlMMaMllma. HUM II if t . WKDDINtl INVlTATIO.Srl, Ibut "Oh, yes, sah; weighed her, but I i MSllI Mill Dm The pieces of his victim weio found . t rUNKHALNOTICKM. nir frr14 r uHrfalt.lMM't Liko tho lawyer', the printer is delike local preacher. Now, it happen- forget, its been so long l ra'i'Mllvft, ' At 4 JkMirlifC UbAl ago." II in an old hut, until recently occupied -i- rrchTC..ed that I recognized in this old man pendent upon his cases for a liveli"Why, how old is tho girl?" by tho murderer. Tho head, an arm ., urw IUn.,4lM Hop B hood. old acquaintance in early days in m.i nu CHEAPER THAN ELSEWHERE! "Bout limmy see sho were born rufgm4 It.mMtacr llr.pH.IWnllDoV1'. Westt-When a printer has finished his job, and a part of n leg were found in ! ! II Louisiana, and wa3 apprised 'bout do bergrinuiu' Hum di . . oh de wah." u li iieckwiths stove, iho bowels wero .ir iro tlt IM. jp,-- IMUtt he works it off. ftitU lior raou or irnltjV anJ aV. I of tho fact that ho had loft there for 1VAI.TON, MJM "Why, I thought that she had just uUIUlMHllflrlin, in a basket, while the lungs and liver rrolator. He reckons his work by tho token ; personal safety, aud tho Stato's good; been born, and M 1,0.1. .iiaiiwliit. aa.llrfw.lM. ill. cvral K. WALTON. t that you wanted a wl lggyo 4 u fl f .gi WH.N.M ,1II. lr,WHrruml allM4l by this token may you know that he were carefully packed away. On IWd I jm tho grand jury having found a true Ilaoa., I. r birth notice." IT' HaV somo ot tho remains salt is said to I --: aaaaauujwazaaaaaair '" .r x x ... , a gives you full measure. bill against him for stealing hogs. Ho tMaatwflawK STILL LEADS WITH THE "No, sah. I wants a notice what'll have been found, as if they were bo Printers are frequently good Catholsaw rap inthe congregation nnd came fetch men aroun' ter my house. KENTUCKY'S ROUTE Do ics, but monk3 aud frairs are abhorred ing preserved for the winter's supply. direct to me, being ( overjoyed to see fack is, boss, dat I'so tired ob de gal Beckwith was caught only after a vig in a printing office. me. JSo introduced mo to the young EAST AND SOUTH-EASan' wants to get her oflen my hands. Much moro might be said of tho orous search and after a desperato ladies all around, and recommended she's a likely 'oraan, an' Jes say dat fight. Ho has for years been a her' me bo much higher than I deserved, printer, but this must do for Hutcftioii to DaHilirrlf al Hoi met, will make any man n good wife. She Chesapeake & OhioR.R., niit, and has long been suspected of us close by hoping that when ho causing mo to faro so well, that I ain't got but one eye, but boss, sho can Let having a liking for human ilesh. -becomes dead matter an imposing didn't navo the heart to hint any look powerful wid tho udder ono. An' stone may be erected to his memory. Stories are current that other human thing about tho' hog matter. You I wants Ximrac-TUairyer pussonel 'fluence. If yer or beings who have been seen in the Dlrrrt Konto wllliottt Clianeeor Cars Boston Transcript. ,bet I enjoyed myself hugely Myself sees a man, no matter ef he aint got vicinity of the Beckwith hut havo aud cronies had been so loug on tho AND SELL THE BEST -.- iieTwa.KK By the Right Names. Smithkins suddenly disappeared. hut one laig, Iookiu' fur a wife, sen' in Fine Carriages, Buggies, frontiers that we were getting very him down ter olo Sam's house." is one of thoso precise, nice young BUGGY ON THE GLOBE North Manchester has a young man, dry. So on Saturday morning, we Kriiliirky and llunllcfU.n, Mauotoo, (lar- Arkansas Gazette. men who have to part their hair in lalirarille, lllchiamd, aud the rihorleal, Noah Young by name, who is not to FOR THE MONEY. dispatched a courier to Dallas, somo (Julcacft and rooal CulurtaLI Itout to the middle to balance their gigantic Funny Old Would. It's a funA besueered at as a penman. He can forty miles distant, for a two gallon intellects. Ho met a crowd the other UXCIIIUHM,, IIAXVIM.F, XOHFOI.K jug of whisky, and received it Sunday ny old world anyhow, and taste is on- day on tho streets, ami an old fellow write forward ami backward with each SEND FOR CATALOGUE hand, making as plain letters with jiiglit. 'We hid Jt"Boma four Hundred ly a matter of education. Your bain the pdity cried out: AND TESTIMONIALS OF ono as tho other. He also writes with yards from camp, in some mesquite by contentedly gums candy, tho native "How are you, Mr. SmiUkins?" African picauinuy is joyous over a both hands nt once, writinng the same HUNDREDSOF LIVERYMEN brush. The next morning it was Virginia St North Carolina Points. "My name is Smithkins, sir, I'd or different words, both hands run gone. When the congregation was mouthful of salt, and tho young Es- - have you kuow. and a gentleman, sir, WHO HAVE USED THEM ruLlaux ClUIIIM AlTllllKH. ning iu the same or opposite direccalled together wo'saur our jug in tho qu'maux cries for tallow candles ; we always calls things by their right AND PHAETONS, tions. In the latter case ho begins tx-.pulpit. Before opening services, tho eorgo ouwelvoj with oysters while the dressFor tlcketa and further Infoamat'oo, at.t.ly to names," answered Smithkins. yournternt ticket office, or addrtaa W. W. the letters side by side, making them old preacher placed it on tho staud, Digccr Indian would not give jouone Monroe. l)lr. Kitl(bt aud l'awnje' Ag't, "Oh, does he? I didn't know it. Ky. ,0UB "" n" lor nu mo oysters in in the order they natubackward, not and called the attention of the neoplo WAGONS OF ALL KINDS. . W. Well, how aro you, Mr. Darn Fool? II. w. ii!i,i,i:h, NJIITII. rally cdme, but they are completely to tho fact that somebody had found Chesapeake Bay. We, or at least you (Jci.'I Man(.r. Il.u'l Vu't Ag'l, Does that suit your ideas any better?" W uiatiurjiclurH t'aritairea of all dtacrli.llona. IIkiiuomii, Viaulau. turned around. This is not all he sdrao lost property, and desired tho chew tobacco, tho Hindoo lime, and workmen and uiln ewidoylug oulr COLUMBUS riot reply, and Tho y6uug man did UIIIW oulf fjritliaa lual.rlal. and a.11 at reaiouabl can write upsido down, multiply and owner to come forward and claim the unostentatious aud not over fastidItKFKRENCES: Dgurea aiyle, workman. nip aiui laatctiairon.ia- Leen Laudlluir I hav TOUI trial. flvNTr.MUKir ious Patagoniau when ho wants a a feeling of restraint settled down up divide backwards with either hand. l"J IIAUIIIIkltl'Y .V HYIti:. property. waicona, .haetoui, etc., for th llrew.lrr .Ue-U-r "BLUEORASS ROUTE." on the company. Stcubeuvillo Heraltcu entire .aat fourjeira. When wo couie to think about this, we aatlafactUa lo all Ifo lar Iber bar them, and I looked wishfully chow of something real good, rolls a ald. Tho real owners arbo har bouiikt Gorm to l able In acll a great luanjr mot thla a surely believe that ho "takes the cict than any ot lb i.rar loue Trcra. Truallog at , tho jug, but .though wo had met quid of guano into his cheek. That's aeaaon Au illiterate negro preacher once cake." DAItBY'S jou will be able to III! all onicra .rocul.ur, i am, North Manchester Journal. the CoBiauchea.'oo many 'bloody fields, tho kind of u gumdrop ho is ; and you Nicholas lUna. I.trcrjiuan. Lafarclte. Ind, couldn t hlro him to chow tobacco, said to his congregation: "Mybrcdrin, wo couldn't muster sufficient courago In tho office of a physiProphylactic Fluid ! -- T1IK MOST nKSIUAULK KOUTK T- O(iKXTLKMKN. We liar been uilnz and aelllon on such an occasion to go forward mid unless, indeed, ho may hayo learned wheu do fust man, Adam, was creat- cian in Pittsburg is preserved the jrour work In Clark county fur tli taat tour g of hmall I'oa .re- ed, he was in ado ob wet clay and set l'lltll yeara wun in eii aaiiaiaciiou u vuiKim auu claim that kind of property with tho the nauit lrom tho missionaries. lirereuieii. uulreraallr ac. Your buulea J X IV V 1 IV IV A V 1 out agin do paliris'to dry." "Do you "smallest heart that over beat in a cuatoinera. by our cuilomtra are he lb rery beat UKfri.urlllcl healed Burlington Hawkeyo. kuowlcded lo eyca of tho beautiful girls leveled up Smiill Vox tJangrcua .rertntidaud human breast, so far nu the records for lb. price tlialcau U bouht Iu Hit country. say," said one of the congregation, curr.1. Couibluatlon N.rlii( lluutr la.ronoiinred Your on us. A thirsty soul by the name of Wouuda boall show." Tho organ is less than Tho old saying, "Letting the cat Till: ONLY LINK ItUNNINO by all to ba the Intel. Kifti.t, aud raairat tiding i:railit'iitcil. bcurrey cure. I In rapidly, a abort biigKy now llrawater aide-buu. John Welborn (uncle of tho Hon. out of tho bag," has thievish ances- rising to hi feet, "dat Adam was the averago size, aud, strangely la certainlyIn without1 our Ileal Taking all wadou lima. a a In all, made ob wot clay au' set up agin do buiujlea cannot b Trlller dried Ui. we fearleuly aay that Olia. Welborn,) was more spunky. try. OARS It was formerly a trick amoug paling to dry?" "Yes, sar; I do." enough, it belonged to one of tho tiealen In tbe country furyour ttulili, and dura ill. iiimlr hariulru. Tor fcor Throat It la a atyle, Con taglon drat royed, Hlik rooiua puaura rur Arising in a distant part of tho con- country folk to bility, lourairuiy, men iu tho West. substitute a cat for a "Den who mado do palius?" "Set "biggest-heartedTUMNiHT A Mo.kj, tied and mad .leaajut, ertrnl alck iwrauua rl llHTWEb'N- Brlngaeld, Ohio, and rrfrralml by Itaihlug with f'ruiibylac-li- e gregation, he come forward, exclaim- sucking pig, and bring it iu a bag to Ho was whole-toutegouerous, symrluld added to Ibe water, boft whit cou lei- down, ear," said tho preacher sternly; ing, 'Let me seo whether it is initio market. (Iirtlkukii: 1 bate bad In llrery now for If auy greouhoru choose to T.oxlliuloit iintl OllKlllllllltl. lor dat wpuld upset pathetic, gentle, and bravo as a lion. orer two yeara, and bar not ipeot a dollar good aa lona aeiure.1 by lla uao i laiiuug! or not.' Ho unstopped tho jug, took buy a pig iu a poke that is, a bar- "licit questions as on Iheiu, and they look nearly aa Impure Air mad b.irit new. Hare had bugglee of aeraral other any system ob theology." Vermont lias mado 12,000,000 leaa and nurlOea b, J)illillivrlu And uuu eo good a lbs Coluiubua a. big'.Jiuru, shook his head, remark- - gain without examining tho contents eprlukllug IiarbyV llugy Couipany'a bugglea, lleaiiKlfully, TIMK TA1II.K, IN KFIKW MAllCII 13, UI- miiplo sugar, and is hesitaing 'It is not mine; Jtiino was better Fluid about T. V. llaoausix. while warming his poundt of A youngster of tho bag all very well, but if ho Pre I'll tuil. To puilfy tbabr ea lb Conera, (leorgla. ting whether to send it to the heathen ii&'ft.r.t ' LleauMlh Teeth, llj 7ilO aiul MS put Lr. Islington ... opened tho sack, "ho let tho cat out hnnds over tho kitchen fire, was recau i b auraaMM. (iKVTLkMKH I liar bad of your " Maralll.. " t:U ami 11.30 u w That night after services wero over, of the bag," mid tho trick was discov- monstrated with by his father, who in South Africa, or givo it to tho wo inauuractur bar Tbobugglea autlre aall.racllou. glfeu ma " 1'eile. sniu au i OS put dlulpatrd. bblplarir prerenbul by II man sti Uragists to ho utilized by them Tbcy aro ibe bvat I bar erer uhh! for lb aaui Choleralleiuoree all unpleawnl ulura. lalarrb le" llrulblaua... M aiu 1.10 ii m wo pegged ou tho pulpit, the followUK, auiouulof tuouey. Youra truly, " Kalmoutb. ered, aud so tho pliraso passed into said: "Go away from tho stove; the iu .10.00 au 114 pu ttered and cured. r,rrelj.clae rured. Iturua I . CuLLlKi, Llrcrjiuau. lobbying their bill through Con ing IlliM au 6.30 pw Inalautly Bcara prereuled III uvi oa Arr Cincinnati. , little fellow, Joj.llu, Mlwourl. weather ' 'OTtfp Place lost property back common use ui applying to auy ono looking isn't cold." Tho parent, de- gress. death In lb boute, II " up at his stem Ukvtlkwxm: I bare been connected with lb aiicuidaiwayeixue u Uar Islington el 111 p. iu. and arrlre al Maya. who let out a secret. whero found, as the owner being fill 1.13 p. iu, Pre I'arlor Car iranw In buujlea for llfleen about lb corpe It A CltOM lUlir. KothiiiK ia a. i condu- uiauufjctureofanddiallug Uilugtou al 2iia p. m. and leuroa N ii r lot murely replied: "I niu't heating tho yeara. Your work doea net look Ilk luoal factory will prereut auy welli acquainted with the country 13 llucluuail at 2 p. iu. cive to a man rcuialnini; a bacltvlor u work, but la auiootbly flnl.lnxl In wood. Iron, It is not humanity to let desperate weather; I'm warming my hands." auiell. I'Olu tliJif and trliuuilKK. An Autldot Malarial uaed In th lor lopplni; fur one ni.lit at th liouat of a Coluiubua liuggy Couiiauy'a bugiilea baa .rore4 lo likely to coino back to the same spot. couvicls' loose ou u community that Ciirt'il or rcgelabl . Clow connection made luClncluiiatl fur all polata allnua. Ac. awaL.ii fur o. oi in iei. luey run iuui. lrerv oualu Wo never saw pur jug any more. I has alreudy suffered from their outChicago claims to ' be tho only married ft it ml imd being Ihik couulr who bar bought your bugiileaar llaniferoua eltlurlaa of North, Kiul and Weal, rJiwclel rati, to rUulgranta. Aak lb Agent at lb d fire or alt lioura If the cryinK of a crj wall ltaad lhay glrvlb beat vlaatlafadlou. plain fur a all k ruiuaaud buapiiala removed by ita ua. Yelwasyouug'thcu, and perhaps unchar- rages. ltd difiiuuttto.c6nvjct a man city iu tho world whose health do lb "blue Oraaa llout." Youra truly, low Kern cradkated. In fact It la lb gieat Lab, All croj and crrliiu b.ibie need from MayarllUaud Ixilngtou lo CinE. K, Watt, Wliicbeattr, Ilia. itable; but I could not help g tho erection of iu Kentucky, aud when convicted he partmeut supervises cinnati aold at reduced ralea. Diiinfectant and Purifier onl, Hoji Ililicra to make the in well and r'orrateeun bouavbold gooda aud wealaro ticki that tho old hog thief enjoyed should sutler tho punishment iirescrib. every houso built within tho city aiullinif, Young man, remember tliia. ux CIIAS, A, 11 A HI. KIT, et., addrew WJ3AU131V, lieu, Kulgration Agt., Uorlngtou, Ky, J. II, XKMN A I'll., its contents. fl'ravtler, LouUvillo Post. limits. eti uy Dealer for Lincoln and Garrard Cos. Manufacturing Miiultte, Bui I'roprlelora. JAMW tt KUNBT, A A, Cur-tou- 1IOIJNI j. afl.r-noo- n. f, 1 ST.ASAPHHOTEL ct i;;m:.an PATENTS rrrlnrr. m .. first-cla- ss myersotel! i. 111 J .. ILf rsJ I Vad lorir-rlrcll- - New Music tter4 noiuirrr Mote! I U, 14- i., J. STHE il ft igntaiiiifttl-intMrnfHlli JOB- PRINTING OFFICE i- i -- MM fil-li- -- - ffiairaffj r vrjuuauuja U I4 Mi i . u.. tl k . jH Mmnw Daugherty &Hyde ntan.'oki, ki:.titc:ky, a INTHEWORlD. Xd Mil J n cV c num. Urtt-rla- . 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