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Tho meat is taxed for itself; tho can is faxed as fino iron ware, and tho labels aro compelled to pay another high duty as chrnnm lithographs. Apparently to justify tho customs clmrgo upon the covering of imported goods, a llerlin paper relates how Alexander von Humboldt onco took advantage of tho exemption from duty of tho covering of articles freo from duty, formerly If not now tho rule In France. In the year 1805 ho and wero In Paris engaged In their experiments on tho compression ot nir. Tho two scientists found themselves in need of a largo number of glass tubes. This article was exceedingly dear in Franco at the lime, and the rate of impost upon imported glass tubes was' something alarming. Humboldt sent an order to Germany for the needed articles, and gavo directions that tho manufacturer should seal up tho tubes at both ends, and put a label upon each tube with tho words DeuUche Lvji (''German air"). Tho air of Germany was an nrticlo upon which there was no duty, and the tubes were passed by the customs officers without any demand, and arrived free of duty in tho hands of the two experimenters. Importation mtfn wlk NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER VOLUME --L I3BR 510. Beadheads In the Legislature, 19. 5twlttAlo3iittriir3entnal . ..- ui a . Y. T. . WALTON, Editor and Proprietor. Business S2-J- ft. WALTON, ii .ii . Manager. SuilSCKIiTlON, Pek" ANNUM, saoiuo coats fifty per emt more thH it did fire years ago. liavo not lccn worn more i 8c or eighteen yenrs. than fifteen i'ashion and llio discovery ol new ken toned down to ;BomctbiBg Air ODEP A.3NT methods of preparing and dyeing, or less horrible than tho reality,. auditao first the latter and second tlio former, company would havo been relieved In brmlght them Into use. Tlio teal iur, tho reports as far as possiblo of all aVcn Iicro, is the Inner coat, When criminal responsibility Tho witheron the back of the ical this fino fur U SDE3CODE3S. ing newspaper exposures of tho avarhidden by coaro hairs, which aro red and tho ice, tho carelessness, moved by a process of paring down Indifference which were the the Under tide of the ikin. Tho color actual causes ol that tragedy provo of the fur a known to wearers is nrti- - that tho Now York Central has not Gcial. If tho government bad not ! yet subsidized tho New York press. taken measures to protect tho seal new Hut this cannot be said of the INew ' wearers of seal snequos would bo few York Legislature. Tho members of to assort timo. The Shetland seals that body havo generally bccn;willing powere once aumcrotts, but have been slaves to free passes. No Newfoundland seal exterminated. Tho or unwritten, compels them to decline uiiatlKUnarket, but is inferior to the railroad bribes fn ihtf form of tickets. usjk. seal of Alaska. Tho islands of tlio Long custom sanctions their accept- . t I Ikhring tea are tho only ones in tho aucc. ane legislator no toi ucny .at .1 llio world, iSliere' seal catching has great that tlwy are recipients' of these facommorcial importance. Is a Dog a Wolff vors. They rejoice in their shame. From 1751 to 1870 tho scientific Thoy advertiso their readmess to tako Tho Anthropological Society of world knewnothing in- regard' to tho all tliiepajteboanlrclalners oflered. France had under discussion, not long It' What You Spend. history of tho seal. Tho Smithsonian Only fivo Senators voted In favor of a tho dog do- "It's what theo'll spend, my son," Bgo , tho question whether Instituto did nut possess t perfect skin resolution lo smoke out the facts nbout tcends from the wolf. M. Harbour-- 1 said a sage old Quaker, "not what and skeleton of tho seal, although freo tickets. This shows how many he had brought up a thce'll make, which will decide wheth- din said that thousands of men and millions of dol wcro lilt by it in tho Senate. The wolf that was uow six years old and thee's to be rich or not." Tho er ,lar have bocu employed in capturing, majority of tho members" 'hold' free as a lamb. It was, be was trite, for it was Franklin's in was as centle s for tho passes, as thoy wero sent, wo underand selling dressing remarkably intelligent, and side, another shape "Take care of the but hundred years. Tho vast breeding stand, to every member of both Houscould open tho doors by turning the pence and the pounds will take care grounds bordering on tho Antarctic es, and but few returned. It is pain, it heard a clock too handles. When of themselves." Rut it cannot bo Jiavo been.entirely depopulated. ful to thinkthatJvQtoji aro iq cheapat often repeated. Men are continually striko it would stand on its bind legs 1,232,-37- 4 would move the Journal of Commerce Albany. indulging iu small expenses, Raying to to look behind, and seal skins were taken iu the enhands round with its paws. It is themselves that it U only a trifle, yet Western Canal Projects, Islands; between 1821 and 1842 and lives on good fond of perfumes, To shorten the waterway, !ctwcen forgetting that the nggregato is 458,602 skins, and from 1842 to 1801, and other animals, tho West and the Atlantic, two new oven tho seashore iiMnade terms with poultry .372,000 skins. In tho year 18G8 tho but has n great aversion for cats. Its Tlio up oi petty grains of sand. ci'nals aro nroixwcd in Coucresi. Ten number of skins taken wai 242,000. flrstcontemplatcsa connection between ccna d'day is overt 3O.'50f a year, and bark resembles that of a dog. . M. de In 1870 only 9,905 were captured. said that tho Mississippi Ilivcr and Lake .Mich- that is the Interest of a capital of Mortillet, on the other hand, 2$uring tho 1H ten years tho catch he had been endeavoring iu vain to igan, by ncantilliJxtyfivoliiIlcrlong, SGOO. Rut ten cents a day is child's was a little less than 100,000 per year. They were gentle between Itock Island and Hennepin, on j)lay, some will explain. Well, then, tame wolves. Tho wholo number taken between (hero to connect John Jacob Astor used to say that enough so long as they were young, the Illinois Hiver. 179G and 1880 was 3,&G 1,051 skins. with tho existing Illinois and Michi- when "A man wh6 w.ufacs' to be rich but becamo savage at the adult age. ruoruKiosiL. The seal catching is dono in June and gan Canal, to Chicago. Tho cost of has saved 810,000 he has won half the Cheerfulness. timo the fur begins to July. After that ALEX. ANDEHSON. thiscanal would bo close to 84,000,000. battle. Not that Astor thought $10 Emerson says: "Do not hang dis! "shed," and is worthies). The natives ATTOnNEY AT X.A.W, is designed, to pro 000 tnu'ch, T)ut e knew that in male-in- g mal pictures on the wall, and do not The sccoud canal DANVILLE, KY., aro paid forty cents a skin for their T-aLlUWill rrctleln th Court, or Bojlsinil hJJoIdIdj MESR-CHADNT- T vido a short cut across the State of such a mm a mau acquired habits deal with sables and glooms in your ccuDtln and la tba Court of Appeal,. Providence Journal. labor. Michigan, probably from Saugajtuck of prudent economy, which would conversation." Reecber follows with: JAMES O. OIVEN8, . ' the tMited States. to Detroit! aidlstancoiof' "178 'wiles. keep him advancing in wealth. How "Away with these fellows who gq ATTOItNBTe A-- X.A,-VTAei lUIioppitaoHy of thanking his patrona In Stanf jrl and Tltloltj for their liberal aupport, and talk about the The proposed coureo of tho canal is many, however, spend 810,000 in a howling through life, and all the while hopea to retain It, ai lie lira aitock tbli earljr In the aeaion, before being culled Sit 5lu St.. LOUISVILLE, KY. Practice, Id all tho Court,. Collection! OTer, and It increaso of insanity in this country It along tho Kalamazoo Ilivcr to its few years in extra expenses, and then passing for birds of paradise. He that made, tis encouraging to learn that wo are head, thouce eat t ward. The number on looking back, cannot tell, as they cannot laugh aud be gay, should look WALLACE E.TAXNOK. T. W.VABNOM. not so entry as somo other nations. of locks required would bo twenty-two- . T. W. A W. E. VABNON, t From the Lett of Forelgu Makers. They will be cjt and mado In UmIkIuj iij e. II U motto la: say, "where' the raonoy went to." To to himself. He should fast and pray Cutting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. "To Excel." At. the late meeting oi tho National Another line is also talked of, run- savo'J8 .to get rich. To squander, until his face breaks forth into light." ATTORNEYS AT LAW. 8TANFOED, KY. Association for tho Protection of tho ning from a point near Chicago thro' strain: Office In Owilr & Son'i d uulldlog-- up italra, I even in small sums, is the first step Talmage then takes up the Insane and the Prevention of Insauity Northern. Indiana nud .Ohio to Toledo. towards theoor-houje- . "Some people have an idea that they H. C. KATJFFMAN. (t was shown our insane number to be Tho estimated cost of a canal along f 'comfort the ofllicted when they groan ATTOItNEY AT LAW, C'oUJcrfiiiii,,-"Martha,d- ost LANCASTER, KY. QUAKEit ' about 03,000, or 1 to 777 of tho the first described lino is about 85,- over them. Don't drive a hearce thro' Muter Coiuiululuoer and County Attorney. Will lqvo me? asked a Quaker youth (larrard and adjoining practlceln all Tho ratio iu England is 1 to 555,000. To fnsuro an abundant traf- thou a man's bouI. Whon you bind up a counties and'mtbeCourUof of Appeala. IlieCourt STANFORD, LANCASTER and HUST0NVILLE. 350, part duo, perhaps, to the more fic iu grain by water eastward, it is of one at Whob shrine his foudest broken bone of the soul, and you THOMAS P. HILL. Jit., -- DEALEH IN- insane from further proposed to make the Erie heart's feeling had' "been '6fTerd up. want splints, do uot make them of thorough separation of the ATTORNEY AT r,AW. f,,WlTy7&eni.,7HJWered sho, "wo are 8TANK0BD, KY. general population. By sections Canal free. the After such counselings will nra.llAAla lh. fiurti ol thla and aJiolnloff Grain, cast iron." Wool, Orchard Grasss and other Seeds, eoramanueu to loye one auomcr, are -the ratio is in this country: Iu New rttYgy. u.coua ofg Am.1. onic. m and atlmonitions, lay aside your long When NKWtU'Ai'Eits in Schooia we not?" J"Ah, Marlhal but dost England, 1 to 588;' Middlo States, 1 newspapers take tho place of reading thou recard mo with that feeling the luces. - manic tticroin. mitiaaoH rKYTOic. to COO; Western States, 1 to 850; !.; i. ! WOLFORD & PEYTON. airi'i. preacaiug r books in our public schools, as they mu H one iruiu il. iicn. JKlTstllgiiJalUuftlWIJljJftMaMas 'world, calls. 16ve?" "I liardly kuow 1 to 1,100. aaasMlnB In 1881 will Southern Slates, AT T..AW, Bomo time, wo would suggest the "He giveth his beloved sleep," a Tole- ATTOIINEYH KY. LIllEKTY, there were 74 State and 31 private following for tho primary department: wBatftotellHee, fetb;.l.'ha've tried to of Special attention glten to collection. Offlre bestow my love on all; but I have do minister stopped in the middle .OMyr a'syluwa. oier U. T. Pterce'e .tore. The cost of maintaining "Here is a man who has just stopped sometimes thought.-herhaigazed upon, his sleeping that, thou tho sermon, them was $12,000,000 a year. Tho his LEE F. HUFFMAN. mf I.' paper. "What a miserable looking wast gettingyudr5tlan,tby hare.' auditors and said: "Brethren, it is BTJIIGEON UJB3VTIBT. needs of the iusane aro want of room 8TANF0KD. KY. "hard to realize tho wondrous, uncreature he is. Ho looks as though ho in asylums, separation of acute nud South aide There, t aro oowj. 1D000 Protestant bounded love tho Lord appears to have Office Myera HoUI. Main Street, two doora abore stealing sheep. How will he had been the chronic patients and epileptics, im- know what is going on, uow that ho Christians in Mexico. The PresbyPure NUroui OzlJe Ou admlnlaterad whan refor a good portion of this quired. provement in tho laws and commit- has stopped his paper. One of these terian ch'arch' began Sts work there iu D1L J. O OABFENTEH, ment, more amusement and work for days ho will break his leg, or bo a 1872, and uow claims' 4,000 members. KENTUCKY A, dying man startled the people o f 8TANF0m, flndf a .separation of State pfltkuts,)f Office of er Robt. B. Ljtle'a atore. Office houra candidate for office, and tho papcrjvill The Methodist' Episcopal ehilrch sent St- Albans, Vt., by confessing ' various froui 7 to A. u.; Utol r. M.i 7 to p.m.: ex.asylums frpmTpoliticat iniinence. r'TMaaMalLWa6BMaBaTaBaaaaaaaaaa say nothing! about it. .ThatSvill be missionaries In 1876,!nnd' has now 337 crimes of which ho had never been cept on Saturday, when he will go to Crab Orch. I ard till lurther notice. full couhectiou and 873 Clara treating him just right, will it uot, niembem in Money Uefohk LovK.-Mi- ss suspected, ranging from petty larce VCr.IC3-lCl3Sri Savannah (Ga.) on probation. The- - Protestant EpisDF I -- c3l 3Ft I Louise Kellogg, it appears, is possess littlo children?" nies up to a murder; and there is corH1T1LLLV copal churob has 3,500 roonibcrs. el el'a heart which is too inaturo and Democrat. ho told the roborative evidence that 1 WILL BE IN HTAHMJHU TWll WttM of each mouth, from Brat Monday, and lo Lancaswell'regulated to indulgo in any foolAn Italiah has been exhibiting a truth. (low Smith on'thi; Gkoiwiia. Di ter two weekiof each uientli.lroui third Monday. ja Office In St. Asaph llotel.OTerMattlugly 4 Sou's thrills in pleas- - MOOiiAt'Y. If thcro over was a liber-n- l pair ot trained ruts at Chattanooga. ish and uubusiness-likil- -1 ltw onion improves the voico, tog ATrebleauticipation of matrimony. H.v.nitHliAS. P.D.8. aro named respectively Samuel strengthens the breath aud gives the party on earth, with a liberal and Thoy 'Such sensations might lead to nuptials progressive reoonl, it is the Demo- J. Tildcu aud James A. Garfield, aud Never lie to a nose employment at-tWuo wheu they would entail the cratic par,ty of Georgia. . ThpiDera-nnrat- s ouo of their feats is for the former to lawyer about your case. It is his bus- Stanford Female College. loss of much bard cash. Miss Kellogg hnva .instituted .'and 8Uained Idrau fa wagon contnuuug the latter iness to do all the lying that is noees . .w STAM'OIID, KY. is now in the midst of n prolitablo overy progressive sloj. 4"$ l ; , wry to the f 's Intotho White IK)io concert tour. Sho thinks it would bo State. When tho Republicans con m The most thoughtful man has been .. llsii.nv mn TTifrviiTnir. T)r. M". With a Full Corps of Teachers, ,w.. ...-.altogether too bad to eud it merely trolled the State's' affairs the public beredheaded schools wero burdened with a debt of discovered Iff NewJersoy. 'Just 8. Leslie, of liexmglon, ivy., says TbU IPiUtulIvo oidoJ Iu Twelllh 8e!on on for tho sako of marrying a Ibe 2X MouJajr In Betulivr Ul fore hedied hesafd to tle undertaker: that tho best remedy in ordinary hicPhiladclphiaa ou the date agreed up- nearly $400,000. The Democrats "When you put mo on ico do not coughs is about twenty-fiv- e grains of on, and sho has therefore concluded havo paid this debt nud improved and ALL TUB BrUNCllEH OK A waste any on my feet. They have al- common tnblo salt placed in the mouth to extend her tour aud postpone her strengthened tho school system until ready been frozen." THOROUGH ENOUSHCOURSE and swallowed with a sip of water. marrying both indefliBitely, it is pre- it Is ona of tho best In hq Are Uught, aa wall aa to child (angry nt'inatteu Chicago Times. Professor sumed. (Ga.) Times. Thero is no better way to live m ma MUSIC. TUB LANOUAOEi). UHAW. tiou): "Another minute, Mub, and I healthily Tho Covington Qommonvxallh says: and happily than to culti- -l INO AND FAINTINO. A foreigner, who heard ol tho Yansnealc to your mamma." vate a temperament wherein the most 'The Frankfort uewspapers carefully kee propensity for bragging, thought sha.ll go and don't e"-"'""- 1 - jjT-aIl,t42?" Pupil: "Well, tako care pa MODERATE. contradictory qualities and properties avoid ineutiou bf Governor Black-burn- 's that bo would beat tne natives at their catch you at it; that's all. He's awcounter ever know pardon's.'1 Did you of the organism are perfectly -- A. Tl DR .A. C3- owu game. Seeing some very large ful jealous." AJKTJD In Tuition, ptUt nw 'row ta to IM Iu th balanced aud combined. a Frankfort paper to have sufliciont watermelons on a inarket-womuu'- s regular Pepartueula. Ill wary, fa; luUrwedlali am lib; l'rirst0Jy, W, and Collegiate, 160. "back-bone- " 1 to object to anything ImOf tho two thousand fivo hundred HnlUy 1Mh, MrlllH, staml, ho exclaimed, ,YMi I M't To discover a truth and to separate in Coving, school children vaccinated proper iu smy State oflicer, or any CuUIVHtorx, IlarrowH, Ily-lraj-s,, Fox full parUculan, aa to Board, Ac,, addra you raiso larger apples than theso In falsehood is surely an occuTlsrM.at- Ntraw-CHUefall, hut one has been attack-e- d it from a man who happened to have Miltie America?" The quick-witte- d MRM. H. C TMUKIIKAKT. PrlMclnal, HH1 1.hkIhii, woman ton last Inie MHt'btuCM worthy of the best intellect. AUufwd. Lincoln Co., Ky. with smallpox. Humaulxed virus pation official money or islluence? rSoerst mi immediately replied, "Apples! anyother Implements and Machinery. We buy exclusively fron MMfacUMn. State Journal. 1 was usod. Do not buy (heap medicine on the score llcporer. in A.r.in.i int. ami rniiapnnBiitlT obtain the larcrest dlsetMHt and "i?.... body might know you aro a foreigner; UtlCtV, to ifood rtnn1. n." ":I... - . Boo.nn.kU rli of economy. Tlio beat are Done lowest rates of freight. uuriuuiMiiai "1 irst-c- li HWEKT llHEATltJANU Q0OU DlOMTlOK. them's gooscberrieal" line In one of Moore's songs reads for the sick, snd are the chespeat. Such a' A Best is always the Ohespest," Bespectfull, the Imw !, .' The breath sweetened, foul odors from in II UailDg uuallfied aa Adiulnlslralorof the rstata thus: "Our couch shall bo roses bo are the Cherry Pectoral, the Baratparilla, MUr This country consumes 14;880 .barof l)r, B. I. Craig. 1 hereby notify all wuoare in. the body reiuoHKJ.' food 'thoroughly di GEO. D. WEAREN, 8tanfoid,Ky. at spangled with dew." To which a sen- - aa oilier standard remediei ofDr.J.C debted to tilui to call on webliu ouue aud aettla QIIHtW A WILLIAMN, gested, (joodSSllh perauuently main- rels 'of kerosene eve ry driy. The, wlllaMrrwnt IV. 1 .VITIIHHN. Those baling claims agalost the can U Sled' Uauagera Huslouillla PeMt. girls to tho barrel liblo girl replied, " Twould give me Ayer A Co. They are worth all they coat them, vroiwrly atUsll, so thatrKAHJaAJmr, Mauager Lancaster Peuol. tained, by uaingTBrown'i Iron Ultttrs. X JAN. T, n.it wou ,u.,i "" ahouW be in erery liouse. tlio rlioumat'u, and so lias not yet boon determined., . true itrengthenrjfaiiire revlvr. seal-aki- n Beal-skln- fA y Three and a Halt Million Seals Robbed of Their Fur to Make Sacques. The railroad companies fiu'd it d cult nowadays to corrupt newspa per mon, Kvury. respectable journal M a standing rule forbidding editors and reporters employed upan it to accept railroad passes. If this regulation wcro not enforced by the leading newspapers of this city, littlo would lo found in their columns condemnatory of railroad Kings and pools. If Now York Central passes wero held by tho majority of city reporters, tho Spuyton Duyvll slaughter would have To discourago tho OJF ONE-PRIC- E THE! CLOTHING HOUSE Stagg, 3N3E3,7 Main Street, Stanford, Ky., formerly occupied by McRoberts DE33NrTIR.E5Ij.T5r Guy-Lussa- o Mem9 ns& Saygs STO033L IMtMng.) WmsMfsMms cfco., Gig Bought for Spot Cash, at an Immense Reduction, and I offer the same at ces which cannot fail to convince the public that BOOTS, Hats? pri- law,-writte- n bankrupt sale to run off Ever offered in this or any other town. This is cheap goods. I come to stay and build up a trade by treating every one litely and dealing fairly and squarely with all. No misrepresentation. Every is a iair trial. article as represented ana satisiacuon guaramtitju. .oai a I OJraEK, THE GlfcETISfcST no J3.XOA.IlVft$ D. KX.ASS. R0BT. S. LYTLE, SUCCESSOR TO McAXjI&TEK & I7YTI7E, ad-vi- seal-skin- 1'ri-bylo- v ar Having bought the McAlister interest in the above named firm at a considerable discount, I am thereby abled 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. ROBT. S. LYTJLE. H. G. RUPLEY, Li STANFORD, KY., 3, lintel T -- Comprises Everything that is New, jwp-ulatio- GEO. D. WEAREN, ' -- isrcyriOE. 1 M -- a ., ,,..,. countr-j.-r-Columb- TERMS ? BUGGIES Ui-h.- ii C I B S, m -- Cerii-llHii(vr- CorH-Shellen- i mm NOTICE r. .v-.-- .w "" I -i . ' Mrasrts. Waltkii Evans, Silas P. ttliln gnlf rior3f onrnal Miller and James Speed, touting members of the republican party of KenSTANFOBD, ICY. tucky, havo issued a manifesto warning their brethren against going off Taesday Morning, February 21, 1882 with tho alleged independent move& Co. WtdA ment of Mcllenry, Jacobs w. P. WALTON, They arctic, and wisely, that until -- ? "I Smiffll uu ineuu wiiu, uumiiiimiuiu and worthlessncss, had stood by and supported biro, and oven gone so far as to furnish him means to get him of numerous troubles. Then the manner of tho murder, tho supremo crijcjtyj bfMt, is shocking to coutotn plato! lie not only inflicts three ter riblo wounds, each one of which was fatal, but ho stamps ho on tho face and head with his heavy Loot heel as she lay gasping und writhing in the agonies of her awful death. Iho sentence of hanging is therefore doubly deserved, and wo congratulate Gar-ttar- d county, that sho has men that will not flinch from a plain discharge "of their ddty when summoned to pass upon such a case. Sentimentality and a falso opinion in regard to the bavo Dunlshment of murderers, brought, our section into 'Slsreputo. -- Murders tho most foul havo been committed, and no one has suffered the penalty of them, until bucIi cattle, emboldened by the leniency shown them, have grown fearless and more bloodthirsty, ami feed ered human life so cheap, that any body cantako it with impunity. The carnage must be stayed, and it can only bo done by meting out.thc direst punishment on all"Werft!era. Let murderers know that death shall as certainly follow their bloody acts as their cases are 1ried7and we shall have a far better jstato of affairs. As it is, immigra tion is stopped and many are leaving for ' localities whero the law is more strictly enforcedl Our3 is naturally itho finest inhcritage on earth. Let Tjvcry law loving man strive to make it what, its Great Creator intended. T A .BEAUTirut and wealthy young occasion to the care of her men becomo sufficiently with tho democratic party to leave it boldly, their grumbling .docs not amount to much. Thoy aro for putting forth every effort to induce raeli much satisfaction here, and perhaps to cotno to their party and bo on more than that against Guitcau, for equal footing with them, but aro dethero aro thoso who aro charitable cidedly opposed to "100,000 vctcr- -' enewh to bclievo tho latter insane wis" laying down their arms aad prinBufmt a word can be said in pallia- - ciples to a corporals guard of raw retioTrw Awtin's crime. Ho murdered Tho Mcllenry movement cruits. iJurlHwney his beet friend on earth, a bears no rciomblanco to the Mahone In tho caso of William tho very fiendish munler AtutM,fur Miss Bland, ft woof liis grand-aunt- , man of over 80 years of age, gives as TilF-venlict allow jtrojtn Common-wealthAttorney $7 perfflaf has pawl ' the Senate. A ol A bill aiilliorUlnilUTtatttlon 'dog In Iloyle counlr, iflU passtd the House. Why can't Lincoln have such a law? A Mil nrrtlillilllnir rttv. tnwn nr rnrno rata authorities froni' (sailing HofcnsS jrtjitU' evidence.ot.tha payjuwU.oftho. Stale II dissatTsmxI cense la produced, was passed. A Mil to 's Tho Virginia. did aot set up entirely for themselves, but sought and secured republican cooperation. The Mcllca-r- y deserters should not load tho republican party in to committing suicide for the tako of an apparently hopeless chanco of defeating Mr, HenCourt of Apry for the Clerk peals. Thoy want a regular republican ticket put out und if the Mcllenry squad will "rente" on their nominee and vote for them they will be heartily welcomed, but as for the trio, thoy will die protesting against the tail wagging the dog. Wo admire tho stand of tho gentlemen and commend it to all true republicans. The Louisville Commercial might flo well to adopt it. movement in of-th- would like to have our republican neighbor the Mountain Eclio tell us what assurance it can cive us that its party, if given power, would see that tho laws are executed. Take jam Ohio, for instance. The reps, are m power, and murder is about as common thero as here, while Crimea against women are of almost daily occurrence. We, hear" of' no special effort at executing tho laws or of pun- We t ishing criminals. Besides, ."Calico Charlie" is as fond of pardoning convicted "men as bur own street scented and beautiful Luko. You willdmve to give some better reasons than you do, dear friend, else we fear you' will never get recruits to your party. Tin: House, after much discussion adopted by a vote of 1G2 to 104, the apportionment bill which fixes the membership of the House at 325. Hon. P. B. Thompson, Jr., made a good speech in favor of 319 members. The bill as passed gives one additional member each to Arkansas, Georgia, blllkois.Kentucky, Massachusetts, Mis sissippi, ivussouu, newjiorK, nurui Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Vir ginia, West Virginia and Wiscousin; two each to California, Iowa, Nebraska, Michigan, Minnesota and South Carolina, four to Kansas, and five to Texas; and reduces the membership from Maine, Now Hampshire' and Vermont, one each. out and In the person of It. F Doty, read lh following verdict i "We, of the Jury find 'defendant, Wnu Austin, guilty of ml (x his punishment at death." mursfer responded "ajreed." During To which-al- l thl Impressive and ordtnartallv lo criminal, trying scene, the prisoner maintained tho utmost stolidity. Not a muscle moved. Mot feature cfiartgvd, but with the same Indifference which ha marked hi esse from the beginning, he said, "Well Its no Pnlnr.Wln"w"rIInrf!ir'lli1 Sen pise, to cry "over. It" and, "I want every ta ate has amended the feaM favelso him vn uiw jury to oonie to ray nanging. i make wire and plank fence legal In cer- wmiI lo talk to them." He walked from tain, conntfiss. and asy that If the people the Court house to the Jail with a firm a of thl county desire that Lincoln shall he step a any of hi guard, talking and InQJuJedTtTthe Jill' rie caa naTfliJTpajfc, laughing Saturday the defense presented .sub- Let edrhlnHltear' from youta ! 30 exception to the verdict and moved foi ject a new trial, but the motion wa overruled. Hotwe parsed a WH refuHngWie The Austin wa brought Into Court for charter of the OjensbortTMdlNawifJHe at 7 o'clock. Be- Railroad Comnanv. iinwaTlthe roMMMl H?ll leg asked If there wa any legal reaaon Incompleted within pronounced provide, ii me roan inot compmen in why! sentence should not the specified time, It shall be sold, and he answered "I am not gulily" where- nor the L. upon Jiiilgel)w;y Informed him a he neither the nresent comi.no and Jf. company shall be allowed lo l)tiy tt. lisd after "falr and Impartial trial, In which he had been represented by able , . NOTES 9E CURRENT, EVENTS ahd competent attorney, been found guil ty of murder, it became hi painful duty the day set fur the Next Friday to order.that he be taken thence to llm hanging of (Major, Hik( at Covliigtonf K. "to bc safely kept till Tuesday, d Jail there Oliio I &YfcV af Cincinnati, April 18th, when he should betaken by great damage Is being done alorglU course. the Sheriff to a place to be hereafter speciA eJtpllcn fn the Chwfer: 1' , pyro fied, and hung by the neck till dead. As technic work, killed '20 men and wounded the wqrds commending him to the mercy 6ver 60 other. of God left the Judges lip, some one in The Supreme Court of Tennessee ha the andlence uttered a fervent "Amen." finally refused lo permit the funding of which caused Austin lo turn hi eyei in the State debt, except through the pa'K4 that direction with the look of a caged Legislature.' Of anothei'bill by the lion. Since Austin' conviction it ha A parly of young men were serenading come out that (he ladles who prepared the Or. J. IS. Clayton, of Goodman, Miss, bcrly bf .Mis Belay Bland for burial, dl. when Clayton shot and killed F. L. Lester, covered that rho had been outraged. Had one of the serenaders. Served h'ini right, this been mado known at J, G. AUNon wis hung at. Indiana, arrest he would never have the time of hi seen Judge or Pa , Friday, for the murder of Ids father Jury. Another story In connection with He showd rip sign; of jtpenjance, and reAnsttn haaedme to light in the last few fused to see niolher,iterand brother when day. Last Christinas night he proposed they came to make the last call on him ta a negro of this town that they should A Are" ar Hsverhllt, Mim, burned rob John Dunn, a ciliien of this county, I ) over ten acre of houses, and the but the negro refused and has kept silent put d6n at over $2,000,000. One hundred aadlwerdite'tectofiee and 200 other firms from fear. It i also hinted that Austin is the man who attempted to rob several par-li- e are ha rued out. Three lives were loxt und ner the Dix ltiver bridge at different 2,060 men thrown but ofjemployment. lime within the last year. It I furtherOonsreman "Young' bill to allow government storekeepers and ganger thir- more said he could throw some light on the mysterious disappearance of young ty day recess on psy each year, i being Vaughn, who, with Austin, left Texa last considered favorably by the committee to September for this place, ince when, aaliich It wj referred aTIiw huge nothing has been heard of him. But then swindle thati the democrU. sUoulil now a man in Jail with little prospect of liberallow to ptss. i" fiood person to bring such charges r A bill will be reported fa- ty against. If by a simple twist of the Govvorably to. Congress, which muvidfcs for the r redemption of the Slth the ernor' wrist Austin should again be a frse man, it would be a hard matter to put to be standard, the redeemed your hand on. tho anthor of many of these regarded a bullion, and go in, ou the charges. Thl i the second sentence of monthly purchase, the amount subject lo dentil which haa been pronounced in the exchange to be $9,000,000. county Iu 20 year. It is noticed that Gutteau write to his counsel, Ilecd, Judge Owsley never set hi hanging on if he and Mr. Merrick will get him that Friday: Hi reason for this is, he doc out of this he will give each uf'them h.is not desire to hang a criminal on the same note for $5,000. Jf lie get out he is conf- day of the week onr Savior was crucified. can make ident that he next winter f I twoyriTli 1 1 The railroad company are pushing' work a fust a possible on their new side track, It will be a mile long, extending from the depot below the residence of Andy Gibson. They will alio put three for the new "stall" In the ol a number of new engine. The best informed railroad men express themselve freely that Oil I the proper place far the machine shop, and that they wilt probsbly le located here. Hubert Grave, a sable youth, was hi Honor Judge I'ettu", Thursday, charged with disturbing religion worship. It seems that Boh wa not overflowing with vital energy, or III other he wa laty. Accordingly he stretched himself at full length on a bench. One of the good deacon of critical taste and artistic Instinct, was shocked at thl iingrsceful attitude, and requested Bob to rise, Thl he deIt reclined to do, and so the fun began sulted in breaking up the meeting. On the first trial Bob wa fined $20. Ills counsel obtained a new trial and the Jury hung. The next morning Attorney My, wearied by the exertions of the preceding day, failed to turn up in time The Court walled ten minnt-- and dismissed the cjsc for want of pwecutlou, round-house e s M'ROBERTS&STAGG OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, STANFORD, KV., H T AND .qiir, M TT , Dealers in Drugs, Medioincs, Paints, Oils Toilrt mill fancy Artlrlen, HooKi, Stittlonrrv, Tobnrra mitl tiunm, Hisira, Xr. M'hvalctnn' rrrwlptloni rttul J'ltnr- mnertttlent Vrrvnmtlnnm n Hltrelnlltt' MBKQW H TIiIk New Mill, ceHlHluliiR (lie latent hih! IIM JL A MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY Fer liiaiitifHcliirliiR meal and flour. In now Ih fall oporatloH. Wo will icrlnil Tor riiHloHicrtt, for Hie prcMCHl, on TucMday, Wcl ucmlay.TliurHitny, Frlrtnj-HHt- l Nat unlay or rarli week, and en C'eurt-Dajami all ether public IaM. Wo nnllrlt a liberal nil arc of imtrniiagu ami will endeavor lo glrc entire xaiuracllou. Alwayx on liaml ami for unit. HlgheM onuh price nalil Tor Corn, Wheal, Ac. Order left at .Mill promptly ulteiuled lo. MATTING LY, McALISTEll & CO. "The WAYNE CBUNTT. son, Monticelh. Illh Inst , (o the wife of On the 12th, to Dr. l'hllli- p- son Mr. Crockett, wife of William Duncan a Born, on the Flour, Moal, Corn, Bran, ShipstufT. &c, ,a trado-dolla- trade-dolla- traiia-dollsr- sj announced heretofore, was well attended. The proceeds amounted to $31 20, which will be quite sufficient to furnish the cnntemplsted improvements for the church. Mr.Marshallof the Oiler Creek Coal Oil Company, wa In town yesterday. He says they are pumping the old well, a well a the one recently bored, and that Ihe indications are entirely favorable for a good yield of oil in a short time. The old well formerly yielded oil in paying qualities and nf superior quality. The indefinite ostponement of the Willard Hotel drawing i giving rise to some rather emphatic expression of disapprobation by certain ticket holder in The general impression this locality. now, Is, that the whole affiir is an unmitigated swindle, and that nothing else wa intended by the originator from the first. Mr. Jno. W. Duncan will start to day with a bunch of fat cattle for the Lexington market.,,. -- Shelby Kagan will leave home to dispose of a lot of cattle he ha had on gras in Lincoln county lessr. Gran C, Charlie and Marshall Duncan, have just returned from the South whither they had been with mule. They report the market dull, but claim to have made money nn their trip. The St. Valentine festival IK ft 113 . m 1 JRi I " l W Tiit?'t'li f l JC) . TOV Ilavejiint recoiled ami will keep euiiMimitly oh hand a frewh lino of Iho cIioIcchI t Groceries,Confectioneries, .AjisriD SUPPLIES, FAMILY which they or All will Soil nt tlio Very Lowest Possible Margin. They arc nlxo urcuIm fur Iho Halo or MalllaRly'M Mipcrler Woolen Good and Yarn. VMBkj&WAMstet DEAIiEBS ItT I EMO'IR. ATTItACTim Heslistily lootM. Apply at this orBcaer aiMrnu iu at Cincinnati, O., cart J. A I- - 8oiicooJ A Ua, tt W. CBalll. 1332, not.si: BIE rsria: i DRUGS, MEDICINES, PERFUMERY CHEMICALS, 4 a.i lot, 1332, AND FANCY TOILET ARTICLES, Books & Stationery .Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Dyo Stuffs WINDOW GLASS AND PUTTY, lady of Ottawa, III., had 'puthe"rielf under M M ' father's family 'physician, Dr., Uarup-fielfur th'e treatment of a' tumor. Tiie oldfellaw explained to her that iu order to properly operate on it, she 'must tako an antithetic, and one was administered. While under the in fluenco of the drug the beast violated her person, and in the regular course oLtimecun. infant was born. Her 'relatives brought suit against the old reprobate, which terminated in a ver diet" a few days ago, of $50,000 danr agej.JWery nicelittlo sum, but it naxatwaya appeared uus mat a snoi cusibetter in such cases than all the Money verdicts ever given. It carries with it, too, a persuasiveness that i convincing in the extreme, and it is a surprise to us, that some of the male uotihought .rola'tions 6f "tho.girl-.hato uso one of these handy and useful weapons on the letcherous brute. , is said to havo fulGun. S..&-Fkminated 'k bull from the republican Vatican at Danville excommunicating John D. White, body and soul, mind, members and memory, from the great The charge republican hierarchy. against' Joaa D. is, that he willfully, and with malico aforethought, and without having tho fear of tho party lash beforo his eyes, dared to decline to introduce to tho Fresideut the saiuted and beloved Burbridge, and his train of vrhicli Gen. F. was a distinguished member. 'And yet to a man removed from party intriguo and freo from political aspiration, it would seem that though John D's. record wero as black as the laudscape of Erebus, that siuglo refusal w.ould forever relievo its gloom and illumiue its darkest pages. But doctors will differ; and doubtless tho General reasouod that his countenance should havo sanctified the unholy history of Burbridge. Fkom the manner in which Kentucky Judges are ruling men charged with murder. and other high crimes, to trial 'refusing thorn continuances from court to court, and year to year, until the witnesses forget the facts or die off, and people become seemingly reconciled "or careless as to their crimes; and from the way in which juries are, renderiug verdicts oi guil ' ty, with the death penalty affixed, wo are led to hopo that the days of acquitting men of crimo, even when aguilty bavo. passed, and (hat civil and Wallace Gruelle, ot IheBreck-iuridg- o Neics, very gracefully accepts a pressing call to bo a candidate for Congress in bis district. He is a dem ocrat of the true, blue, a polished gentleman, and a scholarly writer and speaker, and vd see no reason why he should not bo the unanimous choice of his constituents, We sincerely hopo that the office will continuo to "seek this raau" until he is elected by an overwhelming majority. lecturing, a he haa an ofier from a Boston parly of $500 per night fur six nights Lliarles o. Uone, general passenger and ticket agent on the O. & M. railroad, wa killed at North Vernon, Ind , Friday evening. He wa on the train for Cincinnati, and was standing on the platform of a coach looking out, when his head came in contact with a post, and waa hurled off. The Senate haa adopted what is'known as the Edmund Bill. The bill is a direct blow at those who sustain polygamous relations, and, in short, di vest such or all right of partlclpatine in either the Focal or Federal Government. First, the hill declare a duil marriage in any Territory over which the UniledStates has, jurisdiction, polygamy, anil prescribe a punishment by fine of $500 and imprisonment for not more than five years. In prosecutions for such oiTenees,one sustain ing polygamous relations ia debarred from jury service. The .hill also provide that no pnlygamitt shall hold any office of hon or or trust under the United btalesj or vote at any election in any Territory of the United Slate. east-boun- PULASKI COUNTT. Somerset. The rink last Friday was largely attended. The performance wero varied by a race. The boys skated In pair five times' around the circle. The race wa won pipers br llttl war by John Nelson and Charlie Conant, in 43 One rear lor 81.00-tlum ID, r(icw til vur. Ilr psjlag us IJJO you will rectlf (.ro. jrsr second. ' our bom psprr wllb tb lb. Weilcsire through jour column to reprrMnUtlTon.wspsptr of lb Nxilb, anj tb. "' gMMI Tbow who uwfr. UMIIJ IU in. tip our cap to the IIustoriTille corrtspon- - uBVi sutea. anil ablMI to iiwImi Msnuricturtrs snJ 1). situ In A' kinds of can do so at dent of Ihe Danville Admcate. and assure spta copy ol tb. Ibtaor&c. him that il lie ever tIsIU Somerset, we I ITJI-RDSTIXIwill return hi favor with an excellent ' I article of ii). fn1 .vi .ii i !. rTrBTBgansr" The. office of train dispatcher for the ibkaa?.kCAXavrVAv'ajaaUBaaa ( diyision of the C , N, O. A T. V. It It has been uioTed to Somerxet. Mr. Coolidge, &c. Superintendent of telegraphing, assure Us Xoh. O Hittl 11 Kant 1'oHrl .Street, that lie will keep the office here as long aa he hold Ihe position. CINCINNATI, O. It seem that W. C. Murphy, our V YOU WII.I, SAVK10TO IS I'KUCE.NT.ON A B.UBLjni Or war TJara . " bill ofgMwU st our houie. M., i not enjorine audi easy honor as -r-French Dressing Case ScU, waa at first supposed. There are now, we1 Marblo-Towith Largo tilasa, ') are informed, two applicants for the poi At 15, $.r0, $00, $75 a UjiMunk ,(, R 111 's ilrTKjlTsmsIaPfllMasU mLVrl23BEr VSasMwTJaV.BHKaB'ftaH tion. One I Mr, J. Q Orayg, the name of Bureau Bets, $20, $25, $30 and up. the other we cannot learn. -- u jDkimI wo Courltr-Journal, Furo Winos and Liquors for Modical Purposes. Proscriptions accuratoly compoundod. Wo havo also a largo and wo!l soloctcd stock of Watcuos and Jo w dry, which And the Loulsvlll wo proposo to soil Weekly Courier - Journal Jowolry Hopairod at loss than oity prlcos. Watcuos and and Wan an tod. Semi-Weekly A GRASP COMBINATION. Interior Journal F. STUKENBORG TI fc BRO., Courl.r-Journ- sl tfl. w MATTRESSES, CHAIRS, y CTIZRIIEII Parlor Suits, 1 p iiiiiinniiiTiwttraitjci i BSBiB99I'';Br?J&9JBmi flaMOHiH HH lO t!ji t5ll aul aUJl Ol aH ' GARRARD CQUNTT. I: Lancaster, CURRENT, COMMENT An unusually heavy rain fell here Tub Way to Do It. The way to to Thursday afternoon. lieve thi court of appeal is It deprive it Sam Peacock I a moved Into ihe ot jurisdiction over felony appeal, and properly lately' occupied' b'y Hubert Kin return to the old style of confining ita wis- naird. dom to the unraveling of the hidden Iindreth' Garden Seed, in bulk and Ureckinridge papers, fresh and genuine, at Gtoj D. Bur-de- tt of the civil law. ruj-teric FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING! -- Parlor Suits, Seven Piece, Either iu Hair, Cloth or Terry, " " K WEAREN, Main Street, B. ! IB5r- At $30, $.;0, 840, $00 A Upward. Yiiitort to onr city are respectfully invited to call and tee onr itock of goodi, whetherthey with to pur chaie or not 11 KM KM II KU I'-n- Mtunford, Ky. Till: 1'I.ACK, Horn, it HI., Lower Nlilr, II Ka.t rl NrnrMHln, Clurlminll, llil. News. looks as Too Much op it (Ioino ox.--I- t If both the Senate and House at Washington intend to sit down on polyuamr, and hereafter to require every male Mormon to do like the rest of the people in the .United State have only one wife Healed to hiiu. Congressmen ueetu to have come to the conclusion at taut that there is too much marrying on the "European plan" in this country already. r!lichuiond Iteg- - & Co.'. sneak entered the office of (he a few day ago, pled all the type and to "show his nerve" walked oil iw.tt, Webb' shirts and sock in hi pocket Some Knterjirite -u- i; i eo. :?1 !Ur. A Swindle. Aa economy, Cbngreu should abolish prompt ly the twenty-twcustom houses which bring uot a dollar of revenue into the pub lic Treasury, and are kept up with their liorilr of idle officials, at an expense of some million, for political purpose. It is a shame to swindle the tax payer of the country in this way. Away with the twenty-twand revenuelesi custom-house- s Courier- the drones who loaf in them, Journal. o a iu. .tamiard $i.70j 2ib. ,io' $1.60; 3 lb. Kenett IVaclic, $3 2'; 21b. do, $250; Pine Apple, Apricot, Ac, at equally loir Cguna. Girethciu a. call. measure of true a beoceu-pjin- !Slrl0! Tomato, . v,., o . J-l-l I havo bought out my brother, 11. II. Wcareii, and will continuo tho Furniture and Undertaking business nt the same stand, in the St. Asaph Hotel building. I will keep a full stock of Furniture of ey- cry description mm sell at llgures tluu cannot do ueat- en My gtocK QV fj0mn8 nml IJaSKCtS Will U0 COIliprO- Hun n Mb It " hensi vo. Shrouds and Kobcs always on hand. I also rcpnii' Furniture and do carpenter job work. The Original and Only B. K. WEAREN. W m HHUMIVS GENUINE i IecTslatITe. The Legislature has passed over COO bills, most of them local, The Apportionment bill I fixed for the social order of the 28th. The bill to increase the license of Hotels with the privilege of retailing liquor, and ol coflVe houses to $100, and of drug-gisfo fV) was rejected by a vote of 23 to U n t Senator Hlain presented a petition from citizens of Lincoln which was referpeople can feel secure in red loConimiitie on Iteltgion and Morals, persons, and that no guilty man and a bill to charter (lie Cumberland Valti Jthelr can escape. God kuows we have suf- ley Ittllroad, fered too long already from lax rul The House passed a bill to amend the ings of the law, and flimsy pretexts, law in caaes that juries are taken to a place by reason, pf wbjch the guilty have where the offense fs charged to have been far 'tbT) often escaped arjujf "punish- commltled,by adding that the Judge, pris- ment for their mUdeeds. oner and counsel for etch side shall also go. The (peaking in the Austin case g gan Thursday1 afternoon, llurdett- the entire afternoon seWon, After supper Qeorge Ddnny put In some ponder-o- u blow for the pretention. Court UH morning, when Saoi'l Vallon, opened in a nice apeecfi for the 'defense. He wa followed tj Tomlinson, and lie bj Noel, Warren closing the case in the best speech of his life. The case was glren to the jurr at 1 r. m. They retualned in coiuullatloq U1 B.30 f. m at which, time thej filed solerunljr Into the Court room. Silence iuiuiediatel fell uion Ihe restlesa crowd which hfl been, walling there aerer-a- l hour to hear the rerdlct. fu answer to the question from the sTudge, the. orruian, with acountenahce which oifld have done credit to an undertaker, informed him the; bad agreed, The Jailer wa ordered to produce the prisoner; and the Jurjr- - retired to write Ihe rerdlct. There were thai in case the prisoner wa convicted he Would attempt to ercape, and on the other hand, If acquitted, he would be mobbed, therefore, oji ever tide could ie heard the voicea of the lawyer calling lor hats and oyercoaU, preparatory to stepping uhore should the bller butt. The prisoner, under a strong guard waa brought In and stationed within the railing of the Clerk' stand. The jury came oo.. PIANOS AND ORGANS a"OI3C3Nr OT3CXJDFl.03Ea: cfc W1IOI.F.HALK ANII IIKTAII. DKALKHH IN Pill With Mulling liHiulMldv. -- OF- SbKt Mi, Mi, and ill Hinds of Mmicil H(p;hdi, O. NO. 66 WEST FOURTH SI, CINCINNATI, Grand PIANOS, Squaro PIANOS, and Upright PIANOS, In Rosowcxxl, Satlnwom, Mahogouy, French Waluut and Ehonized Caiea, in INFRINGING elegant designs to correapond with any style nt Furniture. -- IMITATIONS. Elegant Parlor Organs, OhaDol Organs, Ohurch Organs, With one Manual, with two Manual and I'odala, containing tho most tiful, powerful ami useful combinations ever procured in reed Instruments. beau- iu:huui:ani GET TIIE -- GENUINE aaaaV W'H Till aflaLW We invite the public attention to our large and well selected stock oi and our unenualed facilities for furnishing Iho best claes of instruments at low rates. We purchase for net cash in larger quantities than any other house in this city. The expenso of our PIANO and ORGAN Department is far less than some houses doing exclusively n Piano and Organ trade. We have reached lower prices than have beeu tendered by any dealers in this market, and guarantee all instruments as represented. We sell ou easy monthly or quarterly payments, and any instrument taken on trial, uot proving as leprebcnted, may be returned at our expense. We solicit correspondence with persons desiring to purchase, and take pleasure in answering all inquiries. PIANOS and ORGANS, Celebrated Oliver. Nono olaim to have ter plow; Hitch abet Their only hIh Ih to smhUuhh till Kuil n ene. IlewHro el llmt Net) ImitHlluiiM. OlItur'N bCHm, hm iihhio 1m JOHN CHURCH ic CO. KetuilHe. Huun wilier jh Iho Hre l days ago the had Stwu-Mtrfil- n an item telling how somebody had grit-te- n ent flour at McAlltler & . hold of a $") California, gold bank note. Mink Hnl Nunnellty, haa dropped on Yesterday wo were shown a $50 and a $10 hoard. See what lie aaya tbewhtre. nf the same kind of money by Teller A. A. Wr. got left on the Ferrill ahooting af. McKlnney, of the National Dank, who TnesJay Morning, Fobmary 21, 1882 fair lant laatie, but It waa the fault of the says they are not so uncommon to come mall. across as Is supposed. The note is yellow .-! LAN. LOCAL TIME CURB. Ilanannaa, Cocanuta, Orangca, and diner from the ordinary National 13 rsittrpr tnlnt North., and Imon,Jual received at McAlInler i Ilank note by having pictures of gold dol" Houth. lars all over its hack. llrlghlV Jni(rior3ourn;il A ciioiot: lot of bolli atralght and Pat ItrlghlV. A TRW Excelsior Art Rooms EDWARD H. FOX, Propr., 3 ! STAIfrOBD.KY it DOUBLE STORE. Norlh-F-s- tt Corner of Mstn snd Third Street!, DANVILLE, -- KENTUCKY Mr.. Arm, ).,.!. listing retstly rentier! my rooms with all of til nuxiernimproremenis, mow nsr in t'Inrat (Inllcrjr In Central Kcntnckjl When you visit Dsnrllle, don't fall to call snd set me. Itetpectfully, ' iflMi NOTICES. ' IlAI.K A KUNNKt.t.RY are agenla for the Orowan A Ktoeler'a Soap, and any one at MoItolwrU within It eah 'gtt it froni liiein Without an order to the manufactory, at the name . Timotiiv ami Closer Heei for sale lir price. . i Asher Oniric's Tiioer who have.traveled oter our mud Hamilton Hir.Ri. I'lowh alr?ya on roada lately aay they have nerer known hand it A.Orrelej'a. ' 8kki Oat ad Clom anil Timnllijr them to he to bad (o gtt over aa at present. Bee.UlW.II.HIgRW. This la tuflicient argument for county and Hoy Loul.tljlfl HmiMIrM Oil, 175 city appropriation of money for turnpike. teat, from JJy,aHpAHilr. It could not be better Invested. WATClllifctockii inirJewelrr repaired ... Am. persona indebted to the late Dr. 8. Vfil'tWVAJlcAlidter. amlLarnnt4 f On, 25 1 Craig, mul aettle their (iccounta before WhU'VuKlINtJ cents aaidla, t!Mcnorwtt A BUgg's. the 2nd Monday in March, (Quarterly be ficn$n,! tirj MI Snd Court,) else they will be placed in the A MeAlle-ter'cigar In to?n at Penny hands of an officer. Persona having claims ' "' Hrc liie P.(iWsWVl Coinblmtion against Idm will prenent them j that day SrHgU.or Ilpuble properly attested. Jas. T. Craig, Adm'r. Plow it;W. .' iltKKtna'. Kirnc Cliim ami Tobaccoa Nicr I.arJ at A. Owl?y'ii. I Irtmi 1'oTATora at Aelier Osrslf Hrr that Corn Drill t Asher Owsley', patent FJdliTat A.Ors!eV. Oftrr?ni! Champion Plows it(W II. j'. W , . ;T TltK fioUt.MKT lUporttr haa put on g alr, and la a right down and aplcy youngaler. We winh Ivtl Itor.ltuoker grmt airacraa In hia new venture. .. Inter-eatin- - 'lif .('. , m HcAH-tHlB- a. shWrT, Hlin'. ofDBa-lior- 3 New J. P. The Governor lias appointWhite Tine t up In 2.r and 60 ed Mr. J. IVDantela.aJustlceof the Peace Htrun ComiietHid, cent Mils by McttoLw ta for tills county, to fill the vacancy occaArirt(K llao of Toilet &at. Perfumery, sioned by the death of 'Pqulre John Cash. Ilrusliea, IUJfNaI.Tiieliml. Cfetlie Mr. I). Is a of Mr. D. 8. Jones, eery chew. Pnnf A jMcAlitterV and from the lengthy petition to the Gov6ttt ''--1 ernor requesting his appointments a very PC50"1- NrVfii. CTivi!.. hks leen rWUng popular man. Mim licr nameroua friend, her. in There la but ono 'vacant Huffman, of Htanford, and that one a amall affair, else MrL HiMCKLKronn litre. it, too, would long since have been occu .MiLjrnrlUJrt'MAic, of Lancaster, pied. There la but one dwelling house In the town lloilta 10 let, and that, too, could i,ilB.MiM lml jwckoiwu, of .iJ4im 'MamoA anJ Uellt Cook, have been rented to any one of a half dozen were tlslllng friends litre. applicant, had not the price asked and ' nl Cornie thai offered materially varied. We need Mimbi JknnIP Hicham I mora limine! and dwelling Cooiwr went to Lancaster yesterday. housea, and if Mihm Sallie Dennv, of (larrard, l they could be bad, our population would Waiting her aunt, Mm. W. M. I.tckey. rapidly Increase. FouCougl'iaa4li4 Juthf u How." AltJ. ' j, More-hous- e Hus-tontil- TaJ'rii are, jues(s of Ml )it0j ft V V Maim Delayed, Owing to tho wash-JnLnella lUmsey. awar, nf a bridge across a branch of SEyKUAWcr, pf Lebanon, lm Will theltolling Fork, the panger train due been Waiting nln cousin, Janica Sererance. here at did not arrive till 11 v., and J. D. llLtlxon ht arctpted the then the same train that went r. down rein the Lincoln position of turned, bringing only the passengers from mill. the otWlralni who weW.ablt tainaVJ the Mm. Kotteh Clary, of Carlisle, a Wvi.ltlng Mb. long and muddy transfer. No mail, bag'young; rM, gage or ezpren was transferred, and the no-- , mall of W.8. HuMK.of tbe cqtiseqtiencc was that we had Mn. Mb. of any description from Friday till '2 r. it. k;..t CtrtV Di.tllltrr. wrrec'ietti yesterday. We know 'better now' than Col. T.W. Miller. the dally ever how tofappre I with papers'. i, JivdukU, of trabO&Lkldi ! Akotiiehiiootiko Mr. A. A. McKlnney. Mk. Joiim F. I.KAn ami mother, from seems to have been unloosed in this county Mjaltivllle, Ky., were tWiIiir the family last week. Resides the two assassinations, Froman Minor shot John Ferrill In the of Ui 1).' Sitniwin lutwel.. Mb. John It. l'uit, of Mt. Vtrnon abdomen, inflktlag a'probably fatal wound, um1 hen with a lunatic for the Islingt- The row occurred at Milledgevllls during minstrel show. on .17lum, yttenly. He tara erery the progress of a third-clasI10J7 U going craiy in tin I neck of the It appears that Ifrlgsdale and Allie Xlinor were ii barreling, When Ferrill attempted to woods. retumetl Fri quiet them. Froman imagining, perhaps, day from a tlelt to her unclj, Iter. Clto. O. that Ferrill waa taking a hand against hia fifjng ,at. him, the lUrnVi in Loulnille. She ttl ua that up brpjlierj xjuijncncrd to the time the ltll hia meeting had reault. third ahot taking effect aa above. Ko arrests have been made, and wa have heard of no rd In l,U76cofeuiona. Mim HcwY I'ENNmnTOJ haa erected attempta in that direction, although writa at her oirn expenne qult&a bandaome lit- were iMuedjFridav, until yesterday, when tle (chooMiouie in the wet end of lown, Deputy Carpenter wenf to 'the scene. It iinl'iariiArtleiicUllH: Intra and haaagoodly waa reporlcdjthatFetriU had died. namber of young'ter, male and female. Worthy ok I'uaise. The Common Mr. J. II. Dunn, a epecial examiner ol wealth's Attorney, U.U. Warren, cannot be U14 djprtnen a(t JVulilngton, given tixfaiucU praise for the masterly fiaa been in town aeecral daya looting fur manner In which he prosecuted the murptniiotu that, were thought to be either derer of Mim l!et7-l"n- d in the Garrard bogua or unworthy, ife gora from here to Circuit Cqurt. Thoroughly convinced of llcll copnty qra atillar pilwion. the guilt of the priioner, he went into the cas carefully fortified with all the facta LOCAL WrfA and circuniitancea connected, wjlliyit, and To MOIinow is Itvrlhington'a Wash-day- , ready to meet the defense on every point. PAUTIE can be supplied with ehclled His statement of the case, hia general Lminigejnent'of it, and. his fiiwlfpeeth.nre (rn at the Lincoln Mills, all woithy lit the highest credit. In fact CIeiiman Khaut, Pickled wc are told that Ida closing effort waa not Pigs Feet, Ac , at McAllster A llright's, only the best he had ever made, but one of Til EH K haa been no body hung in this tbegrajide.t,QyriltlivrrJ In that Court county aince 1858 although more than a building. As a fellow towaman we are huudred men, have beei slain. Comment proud of lr. ; Warren, and, expect to get nrouder aVtd urouder of Iiim an he contin I urfnecesmy.' to' waniftm iahta hittla'aKhiust crime. HAVE Cost. Our business must be sot- - ue! g 2" book-keep- MmmCiaDnrsCAiuoN ami Mollie f ad TiIrBkATINU TouMNAMENT was n vcrv gratifying success, The weather waa good, the attendance very large,' the sport exciting; in fact everything seemed to combine to make It one of the most delightful oc casions of the season. The Interest In it waa not entirely Confined lo Stanford for In the crowd were many handsome beaux and charming belles from the surrounding towns and counties. Promptly at 8 o'clock the preparations for tho Tournament be gan, fourteen thoroughbreds answered to the tap of the drum, champing their bits as if anxious for tho content. Aa before Hill Penny sold aa favorite In the Imaginary pools, while Male. Wearen waa a good second. The field sold low, hut as is usual In all races It waa the safest to bet on. The clrclo of the Hall la about loO feet, and mo iiumwa jo, lane WHO a lance u ringa hung from posts at equal distances around the circle on the first round, and then make two more "rounds, the number of rln(a and the time required 10 make the three rounds to be considered in making the award, J. W. Kngleman waa first to contest. He iklmmed around very handsomely, took alt the rings, and completed his three rounds in 27 seconds. T. It. Walton came next and received a score of 0 rlnga In 29 seconds. Kxcltetuent grew to fever heat us the next contestant, W. II. Penny, was called lo time and everybody expected to see him come off tho victor, but he only succeeded in tying Mr. Engle-maalthough lie had made the best time of all at the practice a few nights liefore. Male. Wearen now became the favorite. and when he succeeded in making a record ofOrtnginnd 2fi ncconds, the contest recmrd settled, and he went so far aa to bar gain with the jeweler about fixing the prize ro aa lo wear It on hit watch chain. In the next four or five races there was nothing particular to change the opinion, but when Kddle Walton, the youngest of the contestants, entered the track and took all six rings in ten seconds, the crowd rose to it feet in anxious excitement and spurred him on with deafening cheers. He flies around appirenlly unmindful of the great interest he haa created and passes the airing In 25 second. The crowd cheered Itself hoarse when his record wts put on the board, and the boy waa nearly pulled to pieces by congratulating friend'. There were three more entries, but the interest wss gone, the thing waa settled. After all lad contested, the winner waa called to the stand and presented witli the prize, a $10 gold piece, which he received with a bow, amid an applause which shook the house. Ilelow we give the record in full: NUMMARY. JBr4llr wIIeHHHEbbbv MI If F.nWARB II. FOX, rhttogrtpher Ky. (leologtcsl Surrey BO PUBLIC SALE I will sell at publte auction on- 90 J 351 I II LAND, STOCK AND CROP. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY UOSTAISIXO 21, 1882. My (arm (If not sold prlrstely belorc) 1X1.1-- 1 ACHKS, filltiile--l on the Hanging Fork, on mite from th Hlsnford A Dsnrllle plkssnd ane mil from th HUnr.ml .1 Shelby Clly pike. All of the lend Is In grass except sboutM seres, Th Improrsmtntt sre inwlerste. At the senis time I will sell 23 extrshred ColiwoM Sheep, 1 eilrs good Ilroo, Mares, I work Msrr, 1 extra (ielding. I Muls Colt, 1 yearling Filly, 7 or 1 Milk Cows with Ctlres, Spring Wsgnn snd Uugy, lloiuehold snd Kitchen Furniture. Termi: Hums of 110 and under, csih In bsnd; orer thst amount, 6 snd 12 months' time; notes neffotisbl snd 17-- lt I ,UK ;fJevmH O III Q O i- -3 I JOHN W. a'KNNINtTroN, HUnforJ, Ky. miss :m.a.:rx:ej s.SA.ie3rES. BOUEJOUNTr. Danville. Circuit Court began this morning with Purchasing Agency. connection lature. The preachers any they mean business, and nre going to use their best endeavors to have the prohibition law passed. llev. John Montgomery, now of Danville, who went to school to Rev, 8. 8. 29 years ago, in the old Seminary here, and who delivered his first sermon in the Presbyterian church of this place 24 years ago, since which time lu had not visited the town, preached in the fame church, .Sunday, Mr. McKlroy being detained at Perryville, in an interesting revival. Mr. Harnes, Miss Marie and the little organ have finished their work in Louisville, and on yesterday, went to Rowling Oreen. Sunday' service were the grand climax of his glorious work In that city, tho confeasions numbering .153 and the anointing 2.12. This makes the total 2,473 confessions and 2.335 anointings during his stay there, and runs up the grand total of his five years of evangelizing to 23,489. "Praise tho Lord." LAND, STOCK AND CROP. lining opened s I'urchsslng Agency In Kr., Ism prepsred by my experience snd Louli-rlll- e, with Hi lesdlng houses of the city ce, llie s NAME. -iM-iwHit-UKHAiiRiHOH J. W, J una EnzliIiin.A.tt T. H. Wilton... V. Jfc JVror.xi.-..- . ... . ...wA.. . Cbai. C Carson J. W. Hsyileu E. U Wjltox,...u. Titos. M. Jolmnn Willis Bsttraifcs Jsineii R. Urown ltott..McAllitM.....l... Robti V'tntel. ...... ,.i llocWr....i...4.... . 'Mi i iS 3 4 84 t . I0i iS jld ..... (UUnon) .... firMI)-,...., .)... ..J.. ... . ... - 3: 127 . up before the Quarterly Court in ..March. We do hot want to warrant any ' body, but we must have our money, Mc- Allalcr A Lytic tTiiE "Favorite Mills" at McKlnney are now in full Mast, and tbe enterprise la a big thing for that end of the county. hi .called Jo the ad,verltemenl .of tlie mills in another column. tied lluim are swelling, the singing birds ane reluming, grass ia growing finely, and spring la Supoii'ui before the last month of winter la gone. No wonder coal dealers gre coming" downjfcpin trelr wjcter, pjiea. '" ASorlfD'lNwrttrriol.ii-Te- n allareHof ?. UP " in the Nalopal Hank ol Htanford, belonging to the estate nf John Cash, sold At auction. Saturday, fyr $11.25 pjr share, Mr. T. L. Ca'rpanler bcconirlig tli atock . We are informed that the farmers along Hanging Fork.JjganVCMek, Dir Kiyer, and even much smaller steams In, this county, lost thousands of raila, many poiti, shock fodder, Ac, during the late freshet The loaa In the aggregate amounts to thouaanda of dollars. m sow to whlipei this sou spolosy In your ears, tbat we hare at your service at good a Mill as there ts In the State. The kind and encouraging expression! of lusny frleods sine our new locstton hue .i., ben vert gratifying, and we horn now thst our "t Jyiugunpfr aiiJW. U I Vuv ?..-- -.. system of sccouiuiouallou, snd the pains we shall tike with your grain, will make no sbussofyour Little Uessie Hichards was declared the confidence. In order to make It sn Institution full placed under winner which tteuied to give' equally as worthy of your patronige. It th luiiervlilon Slid ml tuallr built bf Oils of the much satisfaction as" the other award. tnost lUlllul mwhsnlci In the country, havlnt attached sll lb latest luiproTsmenta In Mill MaThe 'Committee (if Arrangement Messrs chinery snd finlihed In the best ol style. Our LINCOLN COUNTY. It. W. Hucker, J W. McAlister,, O. 11. local name win uius." neifiiuu" tbat tbe onlr vtttuair consideration on the nsrt Hustonrille. Hru'ce and If. (.' Itriirhl denervo great of our customers li tbe honesty of the mlller,whlcb credlt'fpr thyir nuiiageuier,l of (he affair. What haa become of the telephone If he has nerer known, lis will endearor to culti we sre youn, vate, iruiy F.verytliing wc'nt like cmck wolcttiere enterprise? If Stanford don't wake up we rcb.21,!S)i. tf II. V. KENNEUV JL CO. being not tho allglitVt hitch or ar, The will have to put up a wire and speak to JudgeCol, V. O. Welch. J.SHockr her. The Hanging Fork waa within a foot alidJ? 3- Griluuhre also deserving of highest remembered Hood, and the thanks fur the careful ami satisfactory of the fencing along it looks very much a It did Willi WhioV thiy acteil. Afttf the Piomiok FHAOMTfie 8tclaVKxam- - manner after the march of Hragg'a army. Tournameqt the regular KHting began Just iner, from rent l'cmUa 'ltureiauf w.ho has On Wednesday last, at McKlnney, again, and from that tim'o till 10"0 the As AiliuloUtrstor of the estate of John bbauki, been here obVh fnveetvgatiug trip, says that McCall had hi left hand caught by and fiiriom. At that hour Win. fun was fast deed., lb underilguod will, on widow In this county. there la a a aaw. The little finger waa taken oil, the the bell aobiided thn signal to talce off NATUltnAY, FKllltV.im XS, INN, who haa preVS Up her, claim fairly to a skats,'nnd thf litppy participants reluct next no badly lacerated that amputation rtegtoulng at 10 a. M., on tb premlsw. pension, to all appearances, hut that an reported to, and the thumb seri Si mile bo antly ileiiarted fur their homes. Jt. waa had to North ol Crsb Orchard, Ky sell at public suction other colored woman at Memphfs, of the J ously Injured. to th highest bldier. all tbs psrwual property the intention of the management to close at time of occupied by from John rerrell, who waa on tho fsim Wild properly decedent of tbs same name, and claiming to be the widow r IteporlH cooilita bis destli. the akatlng season with the tournament Mllledgeville last week, are unfavof .11(0 tamo soldier, haa also, to all ap regular seanon la now at an end, but shot at About SOO bsircls of Corn, COO biubsls Wheat, pearance; proven that the It entitled to and the orable, The ball entered the cavity of his 3,0u0 pounds Bacon, a largs lot ol Hsy snd FodLby prcmlng rcqursta tho Kink will bo op. I.vidently, one of these cases is bogus, body and haa not been located. It la it. der, about 40 head Cattle, 1 bead Horses, a lot few more nights or until further cned a of stock Hogs, Fsrmlng Implements, Household but we are glad to aay-tha- t the Examiner thought to bare pursued a course similar notice. Ladle admitted free, gentlemen and Kitchen Furniture. i of the opinion that the Lincoln county to that which killed Garfield. will be taxed tho modest sum of a quarter 8slrs will le mad on a credit of 6 months on all and woman it the true claimant, and thinka the The wandering troubadours, Hill sums of f 10 and orer. Bonds with spprored secuof a dollar. will receive tho pension and bounty. He Matt Hook, gave a banjo exhibition at rity required of pnrebswrs. bearing 0 per cent, sod psysbl In MARRIAGES. aaya hundreds of bogua claims hare been Powells, on Saturday night. Have not yet fromdsy of sale, snd negotlsbl Blanfoid. Under tb Fsnuers Mstlonal Bank of to con 110, cah 111 baud. filed, and many of them detected, yet the John Cain obtained license yesterday been able to find any one willing W. U. lYKI.CII, government I being robbed annually of to marry Miss F.mma Jenkins, the feu to having attended; hence can't give Admr. John Shanks. February 17, ISSI. thouaandaof dollars by fraudulent claim-ant- a. This party wa billed for Friday note. daughter of Albert Jenkins. As sgenl of tb heirs st law, 1 will, at lb saui th yesr There will be a marriage near town night; but 'it Is said Hill' banjo waa too time snd pltce, rent for tbs rsmslnder of occupied rslusbls ml, the tjhauki Farm of 3J7 Acres, situsU Kxi'LANATOUY. On the night of the next Thursday, but wo "dinna choose to urunx io go on. by John st tbs tliu of bis destb, miles Irom L Tho moat popular man In Hustonville Bur Ijnnil.r Ijlka. on Olz Utter. 3U on uay oi Tournament, Col. Welch, one of the Jud- tell" who are to he the happy ones. bOrchsrd. Terms uada known W, tl. WSLCll, Agent. 19.lt At Frankfort, Miss Lulle, daughter ol 1 our artlslio butcher, Jim Wellzell. The sals, ges, used Capt. T, G. Moore's race-timin- g Mlt tteule lUcDanls sod liobt. Ksiis-- I F.utms BauflsT sud M. CWssrsn . There 'wire1 only threo contestants for the ladies' jnite, a gold locket, and they were little misses. They were- given trie right to Choose a gentlenun, to skate with, andthe following show the lima required to makelliree rounds sc JJ " 1 2f" Col. W. G. Welch has qualified a Administrator of John Shanks, and will sell his personally on the 25. See adv. The Howling Green Gaulle tells of the tale of one mule at $137.50; 19 at $152; a pair at $.110; 10 at $110, and 5 for $525. Handel Lllsey sold to Miller, of Missouri, 2 Jersey cows and 2 heifers, of the Harrodsburg Obsame breed, for $125. server. 0 A Moutgomerv county man sold feet of white oak lumber, measured in the tree, at 42 cent per hundred. It ia to be worked into plow handles al the Mt. Sterling factory- The attendance at Itobt. S. Scobee'a rale yesterday, was not good, hut stock brought fair price). Sheep aohl for $4 to $7; 1 pair mules, $250; I broke mule.f 125; horses from $50 to $90; cowa and heifer, $20 lo $28; calves $11.50. Winchester Democrat. Danville Coukt. A very large crowd was in attendance and some 300 cattle were on the market, which veiy dull and drag' gy. Prices ranged from 2 to 5 for those sold. GO to 75 mules were offered, and aold at $75 to $180. W. T. Ilaughman mule for $75. bought a Auctioneer II, T. Bush, reports tbe sale of John Cash, deceased, as follow : Pair mules, $300; horses, $11 to $52; cattle, supposed to weigh 1,000 25 er head; yearling cattle, $29.-1lbs , 20 calves at $17.40; cows, $31 to $55; yearling heifers, $22; corn, $4.10 to $4 75 in crib; wheal, $1 22; hay, U cent per 100 lb ; new shoulder bacon, 9 ct ; hams, I don't think I 15 eta and side 13 cents ever cried a sale at which property sold for belter prices. 70,-00ld 0; equity and ordinary appearan raulkned.Mock muntercase ia set for the 4th day of the term. The following marriage licenses were Issued by the County Clerk last week: Mr. S. K. Gentry to Mis Emma F. Ittial; Mr. K. C. Neviewa to Alias Jessie Hutching, Mr. P. McCune to Mia Elizabeth Kinsley. Martin Clark, colored, waa ahot thro the hand and painfully wuunded on Thursday night by Amanda Hriacoe, a colored and a soiled dove. Hriicoe wa arrested and committed to ail in default of one hundred dollars bond lo await the action of the Grand Jury. Tho Haptist revival, conducted by Her. Wm. Porter, which ha been in progress for Iwo weeka at Perryville, closed on Sunday night with 1G5 additions. In view of this Hro. Harnes had better look out for the laurels. The thought of Hro. Harnes recalls what was said by one unicsthetic young man of Danville who wa in Monti-cell- o while Mr. Barnes wa preaching there, eaid the U. Y. M: "Night before laat a good many Jined, and Mr. Barnea took in Col.WoIford, Judge Orraley and Dick Warren and greaed 'cm." thirty-fiv- e To purcliHsc Drew Goo1h, For my patrons, on tho most adrantsgeou. terms. HI DRESSES MADE TO ORDER Fublonsble All or Br the ders will rrtelro csrelnl and prompt atteuiUn. Ouuiminlon, It irr rent, rarlles desiring samples or lnr,irmslion should send poslsge, 120 mt West Chestnut bt., Loul.rllUi, Ky. MISS M. I.OHAN. nclerenrra: Iter. Ben Helm, Csrrolllon, Ky Pr. IiudleyH. Ueynoldn, Loulirllle; E. Ci. Logtn, f, Loul.rllle; W. I". Walton, editor lNTKMosJoumul., 8Unlord, Iter. (leo. O t'jS-- (l Barnes, Hrsngellit, ortheOmner-wrna- IJIJY l'OlIIt INSTISUMENTS -- rnoM th GREAT MUSICAL EMPORIUM John U. Thompson, of Harrodshurg, has made over 200,000 gallon of whisky this season. NEW ADYKBTlSEXESTIi. o e NEW FIRM -- OF- D. P. Sl LOUISVILLE. FAULDS, FOUKT1I AVENUE, KENTUCKY Knsbo, Gsbtcr. WedeallnChtcksrlng, sndUroresteln 1'lanos and Mason-- A Hamlin and Smith AmerlcsnOrgant.We warrant erery thlngto be Just as represented. One thousand Flanoi told since September 3, which glrct ut a reputation orer any firm In the Uultrd Slates. We sre the grest leading firm of the South. forehead and ods born slightly turned down. Fresh to ml Ik. Will gives reward Kr her return. Dr. L. V. JluShisn, Stanford. About two weeks STltAYEI).with whttstpot In ago, a W. E. McLATJGHIJN, Ukkriui.Tiuvxi.ino Aokmt, Is stationed for the present st Myers House, Stanford, where be will be glad to recelr orders, promising to glre tbetn his closest attentlon.lS-li- n COMMERCIAL Stahpoid, Kr. HOTEL, a. Jt.XVXXIlLLKr, VHOrillUTOll. I have taken this Hotel In charge, and propose In sverjr psrtlculsr. Trankeeping It Urit-cl- m sient tl per JT- - Mea's on public days, ni U crnts. HALE& FAVORITE MILLS, SIcKINNEY, NUNNELLEY. WHOLESALE AND 11ETAI1. DEALEBS, KY. For tbe Ixnefit of old customers and friends andS tbe general public, we take pleasure in announcing that our new Mill at MeKlnnty Is now In running order, and ready for your wheat. We regret very luucli that Its completion wss prolonged beyond our icUtlom, and that so many of our Immediate frtouds were thereby put to the old lo ws come Offer Special Inducements 1 INTIIEFOLLOWINH OOODS! iu SUGAll & COFFEE AT R0CK-B0TT0- PRICB8, Administrator's Sale PROPERTY! Q O Q SB CANNED GOODS LOWER THAN EVER, PERSONAL SADDLERY & HARNESS AT A SMALL PROFIT, A ')ted IHO STOCK OF Lard, Bacon, Meal, Flour, &c, All of which we offer at CO VERY LOW PRICES! r.ITHKH FOK CASH OH PRODUCE! We are Agents for the Celebrated CT. I-- CASH DANUKiioyf. In many places along the on the south aide of narrow plank-wilMain Street at each end of town, w ob. serve that planks are out, which renders night travel to those who are not fortunate enough to have a lantern exceedingly dan gerout. Could not the defects be remedied T k Sv Jolinaon.'the All DisciiAiuiKD.-IIenr- y negro suipected of the murder of old man Shanks, waa tried at Crab Orchard Friday and acHiuUted....The coroner' Jury In ; the Jqjm Carr case wet Saturday and ex. amlned more witnesses, but getting nothing tangible agatnat Jim Ingram and Jim they were released, and the jury adjourned until next Monday, 27th. There appear now to be no clue to either case. Km-bi- watch, and waa thereby enabled to get the time down to the fine point of a quarter of a second. The ladles, and a number of men who were not up In racing matters, did not understand that the watch could be started and stopped alx times In the short apace of a aecoud, and considerable dissatisfaction waa expressed at the deliberate manner in which the Col. examined the piece after a race waa run. Once In lifting the letup to look at It, the flame want out and after It waa relighted, he quietly announced the, time, and could have Just as correctly done so an hour later aa the watch had been Instantly stopied at the tap of the drum. Hut expressions among the fair tex like these could be heard all around: "I know that's not right." "How can he tell after this long time?" "I say quarter of a second," Ac. To tho.e who mad them and'to other who did not understand, this explanation la very respectfully addressed. Attorney General Nuckols, and Mr. W. A, busiest man it J. U.Green. The happiest Watkln, of New Albany, lnd., were united man, John Held. The most restless man, The moil amiable man, Soo Owens. In matrimony. Freely Peacock, Mia Carrie Woods has RELIGIOUS. been spending several day at her father', The Methodist church of Mt. Ster- Mr. and Mr. Jones, ol Lexington, are vis. ling la arranging to build a $12,000 house ItingMn.S. A. Goode, mother ol Mr. J. Had weather and high watrr have operaof worship. Sacramental service will be held at ted against sociability of late. A deaf and dumb pantomimic is In the Presbyterian church, beginning on town proposing to give an entertainment. Friday before the 1st Sunday In March. We give a very fine likeness of Miss He waa here last week, but left without an Marie llarne in this issue, which we know exhibition, alarmed, 1 understand, by a all of our reader will appreciate, fur ere-- r report that the boy were In the habit of the dear girl who ha so cloalug such performance with an Imbody love consecrated herself to the caus of Christ, promptu farce In the creek. 'Hoacar and la aiding her good father so nobly In Wilde would encounter a system of uHh. etlca here which could not possibly be winning souls to His fervlce. classed a the beautiful or the true a y Convention, at The yet, perhaps too I'ouuioaed of the minister of the poem or a lublimation varloua denominations of the State, closed Intensely harmonious, and piulonately 'Saturdayafter adopting a couple "of.yardi appropriate to harmonlxo with a supremely ethtrialized delectation. I of resolutions, and an aUdres to Hie Anti-whisk- PUBLIC SALE. Hiving sold my larid.I will on TUESDAY. sell to tb hlgheet bidder FEBHUAHY, one pair or heary Mules, ! orS bead of lion, J yesrllDg Mulct, for Cows, a lot of blioals, t combined llcaper and Mower. 1 Ursln Prill, I Buggy, as good as nsw, I good t.horw Wsgon snd llsrneat, all my Household and Kllcheu Furcllur. Terms uuade known on day of cv. GHILL AND STEEL PLOW, Guaranteed to give tatiifaetiea or no tale. Also Agents for lit, DAVIS SEWING MACHINE, ul. lJ.td W. T. GREEN. Ky. CrtbOicbsrd, Guaranteed for five years. A Chance for a Bargain. I with W sell uiy Irsct of Knob Land PR0DU0EEVERY KIND Taken In exchange fergeeds. CONTAINING 160 ACUKHJ Situated about 4 miles South of Blaaford, and kuown as th old "I'uor.HouM Fsrui." It hsi ou It twasusll buildings, rouuectea by a porch, la wblcb a small lauilly rsu UrsceiufcrUblyt aa Boric near lb bulldlegt; about SU0 young Appl Trees of .elect lull, usur ol which ar. now bvtilog, snd a quantity of good Timber, such st GEO. II. BRUCE, cone all, and examine our goods before purchasing else Come one, .A. A. WARREN, where. Respectfully, ,K,,,..r,..k,che.lut,A.. Htanford, lgi Ky., FeUuary il, USI. JKLA1N. T. W. MILLER. HAiii: a NiiNNrxTiirv. y, whom felt disposed to mako way for Looking into Biraruhr Anatomr-Hftter feedi and Maintain itttlt. tho millionaire. Every oyster has n mouth, h heart, Nothincr daunted, ho kept on till ho reached Miss Claro heriolfYj ho a liver, n stomach, cunningly devised behind tho circle 'of her intestines, and other necessary organs, Tnosday Morning, February 21, 1882 was standing sister's young admirers, entirely un just ni all living, moving, intelligent creatures havo. And all thesa things noticed and overlooked. TRUE THROUGH MRS. Sho was tastefully dressed in black aro covered from mea'a rudely inqut!-tlv- o ' gaio by n mantle, of pearly gauze, "Sister Klslc, will you bo bo very silk, with a quantity of expensivo whoso woof and warp put to shame good as to let mo wear your topax nnd lace, nnd on her bosom burned tho tho frost lace on your windows In win evening? topaz and diamond cross. diamond cross "Vnii linrn nnl fnrirnUnn llinn. "El. ter. The mouth is at tho smaller end will bo at tho rccep- AH Linden Hall . I I -- ...! T sio ? .t You havo been truo to mo thro' of tho oyster, ndj'oining tho hingo. It lion. io mcei uiouui vmiuwjiiu, mm is of oval shape, nnd, though not readwant to look my latf ol course. years as I havo been to you?" said ily seen by an inexperienced eyo, its Who knows but that I may bo tho Lionel Chetwynd, as ho bent abovo forluhato ono to win him 1" said tho her outstretched hand. "This makes location nnd sizo can be easily ditcov-crc- d Sfnti-ltflil- it Inlmorloimral o v- rtli Hi first Lotttr. was his first letter home from boarding school, and itrcad as follows: Dkar Fatiikh I write you before I write ma becot I known you liko to seo ma mad. I think I will get along Tho garwith my lessons first-ratden hero is full of chickens, which makes tho walking bad. In history I've got as far as Aloxnnder tho Great. He carried a sword to cut knots with. Thero Is an applo orchard half a mile off. Tho boya play ball in It; after It HIOOHVN IIOTJNK! STAimiaD W. I'. KAMNKY CHURCH e. n U I r young beauty, laughingly, as sho sister's jewel casket, nnd tried tho effect of tho cross acainst her morning dress Of navy blue flannel. "Who knows indeed f" said Elsio Clare pausing over her sewing, to .look nt the young sister, to whom sho had been as a mother for tho past fifteen years. When Lionel Chetwynd had left Linden Hall, poor, young and boxful, to ".cck his fortune," Edith .Clare- - had just been placed, by her dying mother, an infant, in her sister's arms. ' Now she was a bell ol sixlecn.with tho fairest and frcdheit of faces, and a ' sunny, joyous expression, that accorded well with her deep blue eyes and curling, golden hair "What am I brogjicr ?" thought KUieJiaJllyGalf bitterly, as sho glanceoat tho reflection of her own thouchtful face in tho mirror "be sido amends, my darling, for all." It was soon Over, that momentous meeting. In the demo crowd, no ono had noticed it. Tho next moment tho group around Edith Claro had parted, and Mr. Chetwynd stood conversing with her for some time looking admiringly, and oven .fondly, so said the gossips, upon her lovely, blushing face. ' Et If i f Tho week soon passed away, the have thought of him, and prayed for'liini and hoped for his re eventful evening arrived. Carriago turn, during all tlicso weary fifteen after carriage drove up the long elm avenue nnd 'halted before the grnnd years. ,". Whilasho mused, Edith was figur old mansion, ''whoso windows blazed ing away before tho glass. Now she with light. Tho rooms were all thrown open exclaimed, caressingly: "You aro making up your mind to savo one. A small boudoir, at the lctrme.wear it. aro you not? You end of the long drawing rooms, was reserved, and every eyo was upon' its never use it yourself, you know." "I never have worn it, Edith, sinco closed, folding dooip. As the clock you were a baby. It was a keepsake struck nine, and the band struck up weddingfraarch'. J from n dear friend. I I think I the The doors flew open. Between the would like to wear it myself, my dear, bowing servants a white robed and night." "To the reception? Are you real veiled procession advanced into the ly going there JEIsie?". said Edith, in Jjirst drawing room. Edith Clare was conspicuous among a tone of genuine surprise. fcV'Do you think mo, too old for such those lovely girls the queeu roso of :.,:?.i-.i.f.EiL: sir. ithe roso garden, in her white, shimBut there was wounded feeling in mering robes and her flowing veil. Not on her blonde curls, however, her tone, nnd Edith was quick to dedid the mystic orange flower sit, but tect it. "Not too old. by any means, Too on the smooth, dark braids of her elBut I am der sister, who came to meet her t .wise ,we will say, Elsie. very glad thai you aro to be thero to guesls leaning on the arm of her hustee tho strife of tho candidates for the band. To Inquirer Yes.son, there is an The diamond and topaz cross was notico of the wealthy Lionel Chetorganization that calls itself the "Un on her breast. On her small, white wynd." ion Democratic" party. It is not very M J'lietjne.beg that you will not join hand shonerthe plain gold ring, with large, but it has hopes. It is composin it, .bmtli, saul her lister 'seriously, a diamond and topaz "keeper." Her ed ot ten men and a dog. It is a migh "Thero is nothing so indelicate, so cheeks were flushed, her large, dark ty poor party. It hasn't members eyes were liquid and sparkling, and unwOmanly.''' enough to fill all tho offices if it could "I know; but, unfortunately, it is the amazed inhabitants of Linden get them. Strictly speaking, it is a tlliteraHfact' said Ediths waltzing Hall made the late discovery that El very small fraud, with a very large sie Claro was quite as handsome ai her -'' oui of tho room.'- -' sound. You keep out of it. Goodbye. sister, "only in a different style." Sunday Argus. On tho next evening tho magnifi"But who would have dreamed of All tho work done by the Now Or his choosing her in preference to cently furnished rooms of Airs. leans Criminal Court sinco 187.), is were fill- Edith, or any other of these pretty invalid, according to a decision of tho ed to overflowing with tho beauty and young girls?" said tho gossips, be. Louisiana Court of Appeals. This tho fashion of tho neighborhood. hind their fans. "My dear, she must will release a large number of crimConspicuous among tho throng tow- bo thirty years old, if she it a day." inals, hut can scarcely help several ered tho tall form of the hero of the To that sin, if there be one, Elsio hanged murderers. evening. Fifteen years before, when Chetwynd pleads guilty. But in tho left, the village, his third cousin, eyes ot her husband she- - is still as jhe At a recent salo of greyhounds in Mrs. Hardenberg, had not so far re- fair, aa fresh, as lovable as when they England, Princess Dagmar, winner membered his existence as to wish him parted secretly, with tears and kisses, of the last Waterloo Cup, was bought good by. But circumstances alter half sadly, half hopefully, pledging iu for 88,500, au actual bid of $7,000 According to the Figaro, beef stew- having been made. Panchett brought pnses. Tho heavy purse was, in this tho troth to which, in spitc'of all that ' cose, th6 "circumstance" that had infate could do to separate. them, they ed in beer, nud strongly odoriferous $1,500. of tho latter, is the Priuco Imperial sured tho wanderer this cordial wel- were both so truo through years. Thu Atlanta Comtilutlon notices come at tho bauds of Jiis relatives and of Germany's favorite food, while his black eyes gives a man Of all tho absurdities of our polit 'friends'.' It was quite possiblo that he mother revels in eels and carp with) that"a pair of ical systom, rotation iu office is ono of a sort of rapt expression." The man appreciated it at its proper value, for beer saucq, tho venerable Emperor ho looked somewhat tired and bored tho most glaring. Under this, in a meanwhile lapping up with inllnito with poulticed eyes and face has an expression still more wrapped. as' the affair progressed, and only large part of the country, as soon as gusto his beer soup. brightened up into animation when a representative or official of nuy sort Tho latest device fur taking in a There are .100,000 dogs in our has gained experience which makes the Misses Claro entered fho room. wary trout is to cover a hook with him valuable, he is "rotated" out.aud State. What is fed to thuso- dogs Jealous oyea were watchiug his small whito grubi or worms from oak a mail without experience is "rotated' would make 00,000,000 pounds of look undnovement. leaves aud let it float down stream on "That chit of a school girl!" thought iu. Any one acquainted with legisla- pork, net. At six cents per pound a small piece of bark. tub' 'would' bring $5,400,000. This 10 ono and another, detecting tho causo tive bodies knows that, whatover inay Said the : I do wish I could read bo tho worth of the averago repre- sum would build 5,100 school-house- s a of the sudden change in Mr. Banner, French. There's au item in French sentative duriug tho first term, he hi nt $1,000 apiece.-Nahvi- llo manner. "Pretty? well yes iu tho funny column of the papcr,and she ''certainly is pretty In a sort of twico as valuable to his constituents A widow of Shelbyville, Ind., aged I know there's something improper to tho country during his second, way, but quite uuiformed. And if aud 30, induced her daughter to discard a iu it." Mr.' Chetwynd is sent to Congress, as and fivo or ten times as valuablo du lover, aged and then woood him Mr. Albert Oruntiell, of Albsny, N. Y., ho undoubtedly will be, what kind of ring his third term. Nothing aggra horself, and with such success that iji: "I had been for year troubled with vates this vicious stato of things so (ho wetldiog day is fixed. a , figure will that bread and butter . great weaknea of tujr tllgealiys organt, ' ' "rnisn cut iu Washington society, much as tho spoils system. Thero is, Au English statistician calculates which aeeiueil tu be nlwaa out of fix. a profound philosophio truth in the pray." Moat titualljr I aulleretl from ronailpallon, an averago speaks 'Meanwhile, Mr. Chetwynd made remark that overy bestowal of au of- that overy man ou at and at other tliiiea a severe runnlng-ofl- ' vojuuie of C0p .octavo pages the bowela would aet in. Ho reined I enemiei and fifty-twthe best of his way toward the end oi fice makes ninety-ninProfessor Andrew D. per anuum, aud that every woman erer tried would regulate thli function unouo lugrato. r .t,theroom whero tho White. yearly brings out 520 volumes of the til I tried llruwn'a Iron lllttent. It nallr juTsir was staudiug. benefitted ine from the firat day-- I uaed It. For ill nuluionarr, uriosry aud direc- same size in talk. Edith Clare was already known as Mr hablta are now ierftcll regular, and tive dlaeaaea, and iHecdon of the heart the prettiest girl of Liuden Hall, and nd brain, uw Drown' Iron Hitter. It It is said sulphur and lard, when aa a strent;thener of the dlxeative organa, I naturally had a small court arouud strengthen! eterr rt, anil cure l,'y untouched, here nnd thero, keop rabbits think llruwn'a Iron Hitter worth Itawtliht In diamond.." her as soon as sho entered, not ono of oollilntf and from injuring trees. effect. JijUY.,,1 day-scho-well-know- n one-half Lwell-educatoChet-wyud', e o "bread-and-butte- loveliness, and that youthful slender grace? How can I blamo Lionel if ho leavvs me for her? It is foolish no doubt for me to remember and rely upon what he said in those days, and if I was I should not go to tho parly, only, per- ilmps, loreceivo.an indifferent welcome from him. Yet am I not bound to think him true until I find him false? And nm I to be jealous of Edith? evj;rl TIf'lio should learn" to lovo uer, l win ue ttiu urai to wish nun success. And no one shall ever dream no more. radiantly-fresh that That ovening Mr. Chetwynd escort ed tho sisters home. The next day, and tho day after, his saddlo horse was seen standing at their gate So that, when tho beautiful ' estate of Bay view was purchased by him, and elegautly fitted in every way fjr occupancy, public opinion took but one direction, and Edith was alternately teased and tormented by her- - youthful friends. .... "Ho is a great deal too old for you" they would say. "But then he is so rich thero is no wonder that you were tempted." "Is it now?" Edith would say, laughing with hsr spnrkliug blue eyes and her dimples all at onco. But beyond that she would make no admissions, and contented herself with bidding all her acquaintances to g tho at Bayviow in ono week's time. "Then and there you will be introduced to Mr. Chetwynd'a bride," sho would say, oracularly, and would say house-warmin- by gently pushing a blunt bodkin o or similar instrument along the mentioned. When tho spot is found, your bodkin can bo thrust between tho dclicato lips and a considerable distanco down toward the stom nch without causing tho oyster to yell with pain. Prom this mouth Is, of course, n sort of canal to convey the food to tho stomach, whenco it passes into tho intestines. With an exceedingly dclicato and sharp knife you can tako off tho "mantle" of the oys ter, when there will bo disclosed to you a space just above the socnllcd "heart." This space is the oyster's pericardium, and within it is the real heart, the pulsations of which are readily seen. The heart is made up of two parts, just as the human heart is, ono of which receives the blood from tho gills through a network of and the other drives tho btood out through arteries. In this important matter the oyster differs in no respect from other warm orcold blooded animals. And no one need laugh incredulously at tho assertion that oysters hare blood. It is not ruddy, according tu tho accepted notion about blood, but it is nevertheless blood to all oyster intents aud purposes. In the same vicinity, and in proper positions, will be found all tho other organs named. But it is very proper to bo incredulous about the mouth and orgaus. At first glance it would seem that they were utterly useless, for the mouth cannot snap around for food, nnd the oyster has no arms wherewith to grab its dinner or lunch. True, apparently, but only apparently, for each oyster has more than a thousand arras tiny, delicate, almost invisible. And each one of them is incessantly at work gathering up food and gently pushing it into the lazy mouth of the indolent, comforta ble creature. Tho gills aro the thin (laps so notably perceptible around the front face part of the undressed oyster, below the muscle. Each of these gills is covered with minute, hair-lik- e arms, very close together, and perpetually in motion, to and fro, in the same direction. They catch food from the water, strain it carefully of improper substances, add waft it upward over tho mantle's smooth surface to the gaping mouth, which placidly gobbles it up until hunger is appeased and then the body goes to sleep without turning over. Anyone can observe this singular process of feeding by placing a minute quantity of somo harmless coloring matter on the gills. If it will not offend the oyster's delicate palate the coloring matter will be seen at once propelled by mvisible hands toward tho mouth and thence slowly down into the stomach. And this is all I know about oyster anatomy, except that the liver almost entirely surrounds .the stomach, aud is of a dark green color. It may bo new to many tq know that prafcr&f are born precisely the same way that shad and other fish come iuto the world. A d lady oyster will lay 125,000,000 eggs so it is said; I have not counted enough of them to strike such a large average aud every one of these eggs will ultimately become fit for a stew or fry if thoy escape the multitude of perils that do environ the infant oyster. Baltituoro Gazette. sur-facblood-vessely The JOHN DINWIDDIE.PRO'R. minister's son was Hckod this morning He OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 for going afishing on Sunday. caught lots offish, and says ho is goDAY. ing again next Sunday. I think I BOARD, 92.00 liko the minister's boy a good deal. Special Accommodation to Commercial Send mo somo marbles as soon as you Travelers. e and a top. Two can, also a of us boys left a pieco of wet soap at Baggage Transferred Free of Charge tho head of tho stairs just before dayI have recently taken charge of this home and intend to h&ie break, and by the timo tho cook got accommodations. to tho bottom sho was too sick to get breakfast. We havo prayers reg'lar every day, nnd tho teacher reads out of tho Bible, but I don't think its so STANFORD. KY. bully as playing tag iu a hay loft. From your nflectionato son, Samuel. E. II. BUHNSIDE, - Propr. Brooklyn Eagle. that there ain't much apples. Tw1. 8. ill, tor. HrtlratrrT Bandar raornlni and nlaM. PrrrM"illr..ThiirliT nlU. Bandar Hchool LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. at 00 a. M, J. H, Khm. Huparlnlrad.nt. Taa II. HOOK KK Woman't Mlaalontrr ftocUIr raiwla brra on tba lit l,rct la an? Huad.r In aach month, at a o'clock. Mrt. T. T. I. a raaJMila for AHSKHSOII, JOHN T. 1IKX1INS, 1'KOrKIKTOK. irtviMa, iTMjia.m. action of lha IXmocr.cr. J. X. BAmST. Hit. KourlhBare, Tutor. Brntfra A riRST CLASS HOTEL and Bund.ji, uornlnf aad JOHN IIL.1IN nlhu Bund. v Hrhool am Wadnradaj art.r-noo- n. lram Mrrtln In every particular, Th patronage ol tha pallia h. R. K. Itamw H-- tf COUNTY CI.KItK, luljwt Io Bup.rlntnd.nt. eollcltrd, ami tatlt'Mtlon guarmtced. Iiar.n.ll.l.l.for or arllaa of lb P inorfMjr. or- man AN Wen I k u CM r Lnrd'a day, rnchln(tr awmtaol Halloa l.ld. Joa, an tint anJ Third Lord'a dart. Bundar rfehool JOHN I.. HAM. at t:ls. Joa. Marrranca, Bup.rlnt.nd.at. Iia ran.ll.Uta for CUUNTV A81K&40H, iubjwt nRKBllYTKHIAN. BOtlTlt.-ll- .r. H. MrKI-Joh- n to lha will of lha Ikmorrarx. MhIii Ml., NtHHfenl, I(y. I rot, patter. Bunda? Bckool at I W, W. Union Prajtr Maatlnf on lUMii, ouiwrinirnuF Wedn.Kfar nil hit. m. Stit, Ii a rtnJIl.t lor AfWKStOR, ol lha lKinorracr, ial.Jl Io lb. will S3- - rrx-- - t DIRKVTHRT, : Y. .iTV - VfKTIIonisT.BOUTII.-IU- !, r2rj J. itlMi. ST.ASAPHHOTEL juiini: j. i'iiimph tiar.n.HJita for COUNTY ATTtlllNKY, lolba will of lha IVnocrcr. tub-Jr- tl GOAL! GOAL I GOAL! t keep on band ronit.ntly and parllr. aa chrtp atanjtmdr, lha III PER NAMUIX V.SOI.VMS I. a raiklblalarorJAILKKofUncola l Io lha action of lha JXinorracj. rovnly,tiib d.llf.r Io W'M. C'001il-:- BEST COAL ON THE MARKET. tllraniaa rail. OfflcalD jack-knif- It a t.oJM.ta for J AII.EK of Lincoln rniintr, lab--t Blantotd, 601-- tl toa lfemntratleprlM.rr election. llala A Munn.llrtV, JAMB. K. MINNKLI.KY. OATT. TJIO.S. KICIIAHDN lor JAIt.KP. of Lincoln county, lul.ffcl Io tba action of lha Drniocracr. first-cla- ss It a Can!Ilit MYERS HOTEL, N. ItONLKY It a raaJMila lor AMdlvMOH of Lincoln county, igm io in. action oi mi J. IRON ' 1). It. OAHPIJNTKIt "Mr. Blank," began a citizen, ho entered as au office near tho city AMD I hall, "just ono year ago Its Proprietor is Determined that came in here and called, you a liar. I it Shall be Second to no Country Hotel ia the State in its Fare, believed what I said, and for a year Appointments, or Attenwe havo not spoken to each other. tion to Comfort of their Quests. Within a week past I havo found out that I sm mistaken, nnd now I apol Btrr.r wlllkrMTt4 Li4 ttm tk.Jiptt frttofrfctrc. fcptrul .fronM.il.il... u ogize lor uiyliarsh wonts, and ex l('.MHtrrl.lTr.,tlrf. Tk. H.r wlllb. tlwtj. Il4 nllli III. ck.lr.it press my sorrow that I was over led kraJir ! Llttrrid Clf.r.. Ai to indulge in such lauguago." "Air. l.ttt.fk.4. it.ll.at G.,H replied the other, as he extended his hand, "your frankness begets frankness. During the last years but ono you ami l were menus, lou ! borrowed upward of $70 from mo in J small sums, and never repaid a dol The n.niri of Ik. rorrlon r. J. I). Chitxllfr, II. C. Tlioaiaon .ih C. Crook r; the nam ol lb lar. This last year we havo been en oorjwMtlop It "I'.nnkl CniL I'ourmr." d1 ol Ir.nucilng biulDrM It lln. emies, and X nm ahead financially. It. irlntlpl pl.roCounty, Illll, Kockcull Ktnluckf. To. of Iba butlo... proMl to bo n.tura While I may long to forgive you I tr.nmrtrd I. lb. t of mining, blpplDf aad Mllloc must look out for the interests of my coalaml tba purcb.M .&d mi. ol .uppllr. anj Tba amount of taplUI .lock au- growing family. Let us compromise moriiN I. iflw.vwi. iu nriorauoa mr nai aid rani- of luroco builora. wb.n flvul by nodding to each other iu Sunday- - t.l .tock kub-t- i tulrrlltt lor and iiald fur br 0 conToyaurotoltof rtal rUtr;nJirirrulJ school, paying our way outside." hat been 10 tuUrrlbol and paid In, tha lrd of director, may autborlia auVMrrlptlooa for .lock, "Sir, I shall never nod to you in Sun Io be ald In, at luty b prccrltia by tald board, or elsewhere!" said Mr. In any aiuountt, until lha capital ttock equ.lt Iba thill G., and ho walked out as stifl as a aunt ol fimi.OOO. Tba rorporallooJanuaryevmuenra February I, IS1, and teruiluala II, IM7. rouductrd The affair, of Iba rorurallon ara to ramrod, and left the door wido open. by a toard of flro ulrectort, who thall rlevt a Treasurer and Beerrlary. aud lha IncorDetroit Free Press. porator., together with W, I. Crook e and John It, Bpciker, thall rontilluta tba flrl board of direct-orfor director! .bill Gen. Hewitt says the increase in on The nnl election1'rbruary, 1MJ, and ba b.M annuallha lit Monday In pauper idiot allowance. is becoming ly thereafter or aaaoon thereafter0 IIIat pracllcable, re until their Dlrectort and oflrera ara 10 lio'd alarming. Thcso claims quadrupled tueceatora ara electe.1 and Qualified. Tba bltbe.1 amount of IndebtedneM or liability to which tha; ma during the last ten years, now amount- roriiorailon Italany tlmato auiiiect lit.li turn of II0.O10. l'rirala properly of tba atock- ing to about 880,000 and increasing nouieraii 10 uaaienipi irouj trorjuraU dttiU. at the rate of two or three a week. They como from all portions of the 3VJ' XVCE State, but principally from pauper counties. "I think," continued the Gen'l, "thero are some shyster lawyers that make it a business to go through somo of these counties and suggest to the parents of children tho feasibility of 875 a year, tho of drawing 'shys' to get the other half. There is a man in ouo ot tho counties who is STILL LEAD9 WITH THE committco of twenty-thre- e idio'a Frankfort Special to the Courier-Jou- r nal. This Old and Woll Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Reputation, la a raadMata for COUNTY ATTORN AY, auhjtct ' Io tba action ol Iba lmocralla parlf. TIION. m:u'i,am la a cnJIJtaforrrrltlon to tli.offlc.of JAIL- - ' autject to Ell; Dataucraejj. tba action ol lha XV. i. K. llltOM'N BITTERS clallrImllKratlon,Ijaicpala,lRtrr mltlt'iit "Want or Apprtltr, Ixmo- orHtrctiKlli, liack of Kncrtrr. - tt a raadld.U for ta tba .Biro of COUNTY JUIMli;iul,Jrcl lowllloftba lciiiorru7. T. raff. .11. PENMNUTON to lha adlco of I. a Cn.ll.lit. for AKSKSsOll. Butjrcl Io tho action of lha Kruno nilOWVfl lllO.V.IUTTKRS are wrtalit euro Ar all ltteavra) rrquliiujt a complete tonloi eapo T' OKO. IV. HOIUHTT It a cin.IM.ta for at CONHTAIILK of Bunlord 1'racliirt, .ubjrct to lha artl-iof ibr lVmocratle parly NOTICE! INCORPORATION Scotch Solve! If uml atoorwoa a rut, will pratrnt a rallu. Trlil but, U cnli; full alaa, by Wnay Hrlrrmrro I lira, H.llrr, Bru Lubiuika. . AI.HHIMIIT. and olbara, Unota. A For tala MrAllilrr. etc. Kurlclim tho blood, ntrnimtli-en- s tlio niuactai, ami jclron bow 11 fb to tlio nerrr. Acta like a clinriu on tho t!lcrtlvo organ, ajrmptoma, rrinovlitic all kucIi nti taHilna; tlio IIkmI, llelchlnir, llrat In tlio Hlumncli, Ilnartbarn. rtc. Tho only Iron Iretaratlon that will not blacken tlio teeth or Klvo beiulache. Hold by all Prutf-f-t.at $1.00 n Ixitllo. U , , pa-ar- t! H, I aliorura Fliluta. (llama. Dr. M-rl- c '. STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, '- SIM,-00- M,WI,",U nana is - I - llalllinoro. MO. a. .M ill tr aiur. m. um l Kwi e.wnr IV . .... W...I rt Ihi 4 irW ..I M tm04 BCWARC OF IMITATION. imow.v ninMiCAii c). 'THF ,,,,u,,,uu IHTFRinR MM 1 jiFlprift fl Monunientt, Heedtlobra, Tald.lt, Ac. JOB """ e. af all klndt neatly eaeeu-teaad aalli-factiguar-tnle- M.tbl. Work I PRINTING OFFICE 14 I'UKI'AHKD.ON and Mil THE SHORTEST NOTICE, TO UCrX-UTLAWYKIU'IIUIKKM, CATAUXJUIA CIUCULA1U. PKOOIUMMEH, rOiTTKIUI, WUTKH, CUECKM, CARDS, TAUtt, KMVCUM'Ut, LCTTEB UKA1M.MUTE HKAOrt, BIU.HCAIW, BTATKMUNTH, KhCKHTa.liUBI-OUSAH- , on tppllca-Uo- Daugherty &Hyde BucrrioiataPauherty A llolroet, NTANFOICI), MmFrat-TDatra KENTUCKY, or WITNEY WKDMNd INVITATIONS, rUNKBALNOTICtt), -- LTCLTCr- Fine Carriages, Buggies, CHEAPER THAN ELSEWHERE! W. . P. WALTON, Proprietor. UiiCESTn lKfflEWORlD. AND FOR KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST AND SOUTH-EAS- Chesapeake & Ohio E.R.. AND PHAETONS. WAGONS OF firit-cU- 0LT ALL SELL THE BEST j BUGGY ON THE GLOBE THE MONEY. OF ouij nrii'cuu niiirrici du rn t rravoDibi Bgurwttyltf, wurkniio. bin toil tuatrriBlmfulJflTU. t1 i NAUIUILHII ft lITUfaa W aUiDufittur employ log oulr CarrliEM KINDS. of II JcrltiIou, work wen abJ utla - Direct Itoute without Change or Car aanwaaa rotate ia Kenlnrky md laltetviUe, LYNCH llulckeiltud tuo.l CnulurttUle ltoule to llunllngton, Maunlon, Chtr- ItlcUuuud, aud Ibe AhurlMI, SEND FOR CATALOGUE AND TESTIMONIALS HUNDREDSOF LIVERYMEN WHO HAVE USED THEM S?VV--.X- HUM., DANYIM.F, SoKFOLK Virginia tt North Carolina Foiata. I'ULIHIMCOIIIIU AlT.lTIKU. For tlikett and further Infotuatloo, apply to your unreal I lit el office, ar adjreae W. W. n, Monroe, Dlv, Kitlgbt aud I'atH-ngeKy. COLUMBUS UxVTLiUKa: 01 mm. UKKKUENCEH: I bare Uwu D DRESS ctV- - rCaaaaaaaaaaaataaaaSVKaflBr fPlaWaaBRraMarw i'l, handllnj yvui wtoni, phtetoui, ete., for tha llrewtter iMe-U- r patt four yetrt. Ho far lliey litre alien entire aalltfactUn to all who litre bought tbeui, and I to be able In tell a great many mora inn teaMii than aor of the prerUiue yean. Truitlof you will lie able 10 nllallonlertbrouiPlly. I am. NiuiOLia lliNKt, Ureryiuan. Your bugglea ara unlrartally acknowledged by our cuttoiucra to be tha lery beat for Iba prlea tbtt can ba bought In tha country. Your Combination Hprlog Muggy It pronounced by all to ba the dneit. aoftett, aud eatletl riding wagou buggy now In ue. Your llrewtter la certainly without a rival. Taking all In all, wa fearlrulr tay that your bungle, ranuot ba betteu in Iba country for title, nuWb.aud dura, cutlouiera. ( n purely l.lltiT utul inver-fu- l tonic, nml 1. wnrnintisl a niilv nml "BLUE-0RA8nut Au"". 'Iilll :ertalii cnrit fur r, anil I'Vti-r- , ur ('bill D11111I1 I'Ytt'i-- , Akhc. I'vrloilli-a- l or llllloiia I'Vvcr, nml nil KENTUCKY niularlal ilUurili'ra. In inl.uiiu.illi' illt. Irlcta, tin) r,i.bl juilsi', uialitl linmin'. tlilmt I latitude, Iim. 11I Uftyelte, Ind. iiiHllti'. Kiln in llm lack -- TDK MOMT mil liiiim, anil iiiIiIiii-hiiin iiiiiI nl tlio We lure been uilnr. and wiling extreinllii'H, (iKMTLauaa: urn mily iTiyoiiltl.n-- i u( your w.rk In CI. ike county for lha patt lour jrart with the belt tatltrarllon to ourtelrea and ieierer niiiitiiiit, ulilili trriiiliiiitn In llm I'V-te- ' OHIO. Ague Cure , W. NMITII, II. W. FIII.I.KK, (l.u'l MaiiM.r, tl.n'l I'tfc'r Ag'l, Huuaoan, Viautau. S ROUTE." ncl CENTRAL R. DKSIUAllI.r: IIOUTK I T- O- ilJUr blllty. Yourt truly, 8prlogBild, Ohio. nr.r I have had In livery now for twu ve.rt. and have not iimnt a jllar for rt palre on Ibeui, aud tbey look nearly at goul aa new, litre bad bugglea of aeteral oOitr lutuu. lacturert, and duii tone to good aa the Colunibui lluxgy Cuuipany'a bugglea. Ketpeclfully, flKHTLKUKHt Couyart, Ueurgla. T. K UaOAOaia, tllttuillll! Tba bugglea I data bad of your uauufactura bar glteu wa entire aatlif.cllou. Tbey ara Iba brt I bar aver uwd for tba aaua auiounlof woney. Youra truly, 1). Collin, Liveryman. nttui Joplln, Ulatourl. UaxTLtcuaat I bava been couBecled with tba uaaufMtureof aud deallug In buitglea lur niiern yetra. Your work doet n.l look life uott factory work, but It tuiootbJr tulibad Iu wood. Irou, iialutlna aud triuiuilair. Matarltl uted Iu tba . .. .. i. . ixiluiiiout uuggy ixuupany-- buKlee baa proved la be of tba bttl. Ibey lUu llgbl. r.veryonela thli county who have bought your buggl .iv well iileawdj thar glva tha beat of ..III Dull Yourt truly, K. K. Witt. Wlncbeeter, Ilia. Ct Hiuri tilt-i-l by lilli lun-iriifiiin It it 11 Hturlllii'' fm 1, flint quinine, nr'-Il- k TIIKONI.Y LINK UUNNINtl ami otlar hi!miiiiiim mliu-rHla- , furm I In' liitaia of mint nl tin' " I'mrr nml Ak'"' l'ivi.iriilliiun," " fM-- i lllit," HvriilM," uuil "Tuiili",," In Hid nuikit Tim iriiru linns iii.nlt) friini tliiau inlut-iti- l lwin, tltlmil-'l- i 1lnv nrn luilntnlili. mut limv -- BKTVYKKNHit) 1 bill, do not run', but brruk tlio 11111l.1rl.il nml tbi'ir ilrui; imiIviu , In tliu ajKtt'iii, iiriKlui'lui: iitilulHUi, illrzltii-atI.oxliiLr(uit OlmtliMitUI. rlnilii'' in llm iiirii. Iii'iiifui In, rrtluii. uinl nlbt-- r ilUunlvn 11111111 fiiriiilibiMu lli.ui thi-l In 1 Mini AniT. I'rilK IbumiiKbl) crmllnit.'. TIUE TABLE, IN EFFEOT MAUC1I U, lllllllii'Hii iioxtoiti Hiiiiii4 frmu Ilia aj.tvin Ii uinl nhtuj run- tho khmuhI nnr. 7. JO aw I. It piu 110 iiilnln.-- , iiiIiiitiiI, or nuy llilni' Lva. Islington .. t, MirtvllU... tli.it i'uubl iujitru Hid inu.t ilrlli-ut- e .il aw II.IMI p la " . l"M aw , iiIhiu-i- t uinl It vriiwuliiu M au litu pin CvuthltDl.. t lie cirtnlutv tu rum, Ih Hint it " Kaluioutb... lu.oo a hi 4M p w ati-ii- i u frvu from illavutu u bcfulu the Arr. Ctnclninll. SO p w ll:M au K iml iKiH luiriixjHiii, CINCINNATI! FREE PARLOR OARS nnd nn - IWtu '" reftr-ahiu- 00. 1. WKARK1V, Dealer for Lincoln and Garrard Ooa, Leave Leilogtoa at IS p. w. and arrive at Utjt. t'arlor Cat leavaa villa a. 14 p. m. biliary uurutua, ilrliea nut thu iuIimjii Leilugtouaii;iap, w, ana leave Cincinnati at iy.it, ulilcli iiruluco llicao coiululuta, mul ttlin. uUtra tlio ajatcin to a igurou, lualthy luudltlou. Cluta connection wade laClnclaattl for all point W'v warrant It when taken according to North, Cut end Wt.U clpKlal ratea to Kwlgraatt. d place, fur a direction.. Atk tba agent at Iba of lha "Blue Urau Kouta." Hound. Irlutlcktta from Mirtillla aud Lciloiton to Clu. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer St Co., cluo.lt told at reduced ratea. For ratea ou boutebold good and Wrtttrn Practical and Analytical Clieiulett, CHAs. A. lUHLbTT, above-nameHue-fold- l'ur Mirr Coiiipluliiti, Atni'K Ann 111., by illrrct uctlou on tlio liter Mini eui ur Man. all uuveuiiiu ivmrwiiia. Lowell, iieu r.iuiai.uvii . JAMUU, gi., uovivguin, KlIMiT, U. I'.AT. A, ty,