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Semi-weekly interior journal: February 28, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882022801_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: February 28, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 300 VOLUME X.-NUMBBR S5) fwl-liai- li 510. Why The Queen Menof lottfitw. STANJTOHD, KY., TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 28, of All. 1882. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 21. an Arkaniat Storekeeper Did Not Tali ' Tiro Mutilated" Coht. old man entered ft Yesterday an If. . WALTON, Editor and Proprietor. Little Hock Store, nnd talcing from old buckskin pouch, lie T, H. WALTON, Buiinett Manager hti pocket 1111 II . .! emptied two coins on tho counter, nnd Suiisckiition, $2.50 I'hk Annum. then, niter regarding tho silver for a finw momenta, said: "Mister, I want to buy some goods COL ROCHESTER'S PERORATION tn mako n drc," V' M following ar&tho concluding "That money is mutilated, old goti S6ulBCe 0) argument of C. II. Itoch- - tlcmnn. Tills tnentyflvo cent piece ester, It. It. Com'r., before julut com- has notches filed in it, and this fifty-cen- t mittee ofHenatonnd Houso of piece has been punched. You of kentneky, on tho 8lh sco, they have- been nbuacd.. can't a, f s - review tho Hail road 'Abu.ied," said tho old inan.nAbuV question in its bearing upon tho State, ed,' and bo took up tho fifty-cen- t H.'lfprogrcsi, to.' piece nnd looked at it tenderly. "Ami "Tho great Cincinnati Southern hr you won't tnke it on account of tbe rcacning oui tor new cxicntiuiia. hole? Heaven grant that I did not Knnxyillo gained, the way is clear to havo to ofTer it to you. Years ago, 1(0 'sea cost. Tho Kentucky Central wheu my first child was a littlo girl, I is striking towards tho Cumberland punched bolo in tliiscoin and strung Mountains nnd beyond, to tho saind it nround Iter neck. It was iicr con J point; whilo by the recent completion slant plaything. At night when she of tho Dig Sandy, Kentucky has becu went to bed we'd tako it off. but carlr indissolubly linked to hcr.old mother, in tbo morning alio would call for licr poVirginia: and her progress is still on watch. When our John you didn't ward to Memphis, to connect beyond know John, did you? No! Well, he tho Mississippi with tho great It. H. utetl to co mo to town a good deal." system of Arkansas, Texas and Cali"Where is ho now?" asked tin merfornia, and at no distant day, with chant, not knowing what to say, but Mexico. Whilo, the L. & N., scorn- desiring to show appreciation 4of the Tho Breckinridge iVetcs reminds the ing any "Pent up Utica," stretches old man's story. "Stop Uf Paper." republicans that they have something out her arms far nnd wide, conveyiug We occasionally meet a man in this "He was killed in tho war. I say trade and travel to the commercial thnt when John was n little boy I to do in the way of rewarding the world who is under the impression metropolis of tho titatc, and sending strung this quarter around bis neck. "truo blue" iueralcrs, of their party in that if be "stops his paper" he will in return tho products of lior diversi- Ono day bis watch got out of fix, he the South, the negroes, and need not thus "get oven" with tbo editor for downfied jndustrics. some supposed injury maybe it is said, aud he filed those notches in it. waste so much sympathy on tbo (New1 roadVare projected and will be Ho and his sister Afar' trodden "Union" democrats of this ouly a gentlo hint for a subscription . that was tho speedily built, uulessjiamncrcd and girl's name med to play in tbo yard, Stato. That paper says: "It does not past due. throttled by oppressive and futal res- and compare their watches to see if seem to us that if unshaken loyalty to Some business men, or rather men trictions. Largo amounts of capital they were right. Sometimes John party, unswerving fidelity to bis in some business, are laboring under of party principles unqucs the samo aberation. Why, don't these are held ready for investment in Hail wouldn't like it, because Mary's watch capital being cautious and was bigger than his, but tho would tioning obedience to party edicts,count blissful fellows know that when a man roadsjbut clary, willTnwait the rcrilt of Ken explain that she was bigger than him, for anything, the negro is the pink of "cuts" bis paper, it causes no commolucky legislation. Should it bo ro and ought to have a bigger watch. republican perfection. If loyalty to tion with the editor ? He is used to strictivo nnd unfriendly, the invest- Tho children grew up, but as they bad party bo worthy of reward, who is so it. It is only a proof that his paper ments will not bo rondo, aud tho con always lived in the woods they were worthy of republican promotion as the is appreciated. structioii of now enterpriser cease. not ashamed to wear their watches. negro? Yet who ever heard of KenAside from this tho editor is very When I coiitcmphto tho hidden aud When a young lunn came to see Ma- tucky white republicans electing any like an ordinary man. Ho cats, be wealth of Kentucky ry once she forgetfully looked at her negro to ofiice.'or even voting for him drinks, he wears clothes (when ho can undeveloped now., lying m a fettered giant, I will 50 cents. 'What aro you doing?' ask when ho becomes a candidate of bis get tbenj. They may not bo the finest is be pro- but he wears them all tbe same;) he Hot: believe that any thing will be done cd the young man, aud when alio told own volition? Then why The him alio was looking at her watch, he scribed nnd despised by his white wears a hat, bo cats meat and all oth to Tctard her development. mountains of Kentucky have been took it as a bint, and went home. Af brethren? Simply becauso bo is a ne- er "indelicacies" of the season, (some PUOtTMIOJAL. but partially flanked by Hailroadi. tcr this she did not wear iier watch in gro, and for no other reason. Said a times he eats crow.) Vfo ra ust no longer bo content to lin- company. Well, Mary nnd tbo young republican to us the other day: "Do No, tho editor doesn't go ALEX. ANDERSON. ger upou tbo outskirts, but must man married. John went off in tho you suppose I'd vote for a d d nigger? (unless he has to.) ParadoxicalATTOIINEV A.T X.A-"V- , DANVILI.K. KV the army and got kitted. Mary's husband I'd see him in hell firstl" go in a direct lino through ly speaking, ho is a man like any oth- Will prictlio In the Court! of Bojle iml luljololup; coiisIIm anil la the Court of Apealf. very heart ot thcio mountains. Un- died, and about two years ago Mary A young minister is sometimes com er roan. Has feelings like a man. Likes til this is done, no have bat enter- was taken, sick. When her mother plinienled becauso of his success in JAMES G. QIVENS, T.ka thl opiDrtlntty of thanking hie KitronilnSUnfjril inj Ticlnlty for their liberal lupport, and ATTOIINET! ed, tJieoIkeVdobr leading to a great and I reached her houso she was'tly- - some extemporaneous cflort called out his friends like any other man, and as boj.M to reUtn It, at he liaa !tl (led a thU early In the aeuon, before belnj culled 311 prosperity. This done, and who can inc. Calling mo to her bed, she by peculiar emergencies, and this in- a rule is not less charitable than other Prutlcwa In5th Kt., LOUISVILLE, tY. promptCollection, orcr, and it all tlie CourU. ly made. estimate tho magnitude of tho gain to said: 'I'apu, lean over.' I leaned duces him to intermit his studies and men. Now, "stop my paper" man don't WALLACE E.VARNON. T. W.VAKKON. our boople? Then indeed will tho over, and, taking something from un careful preparation, in part at least, From the lieit of Foreign llakeri They will be cat and tuadeln flnl-clily'e. III! uiotto It: think to hurt our feelings by paying T. W. & W. E. VARNON, mountains aud littlo hills clap their der her pillow, she put it around ray and to trust it a good degreo to tho Cutting and Kepalrlng neatly and promptly done. "To Excel." is a very large ATTOUNEYH A.O" X.A.W. up nud quitting. This valloys catching tho glad neck and said : 'l'apa, take caro of STANKOttI), KY. hands., Tho impulse of the occasion for words and world, friend, aud there are some very Office In OwIey A Pon' new building-- up atalrs. nbtti will echo tho joyful acclaim, and my watch."' Tbe old mau looked at result can follow. large people in it. If we discover ideas. Ouly otic n. cTkaupfmjan. wbeu upou theso timbered mountains lh(J nicrcjiatlt The eyes oi both men He will gradually deteriorate, and that we cau't get aloug without you ATTOIINEV A.T IA-AV- . their sturdy on its, nugo poplars anu wcro moist. "Ho you see that boy his preachiug will rapidly become less LANCASTKU.KY. why then wo will sell out and quit the Maater UHiiuiluluoer ul County Attorney. Will the growth of centu- out there ou tho wagon 7 ho said. majestic pines to business. nnrtlra instructive and less acceptable even Topeka Commonwealth. coudIim lii ill the Count of (lirrr.nl anil J)olnlnu inj'in the Court of Appeili. ries shall succumb to the woodmnu'a "Well, that is Mary'is child. STANFORD, LANCASTER and HUSTONVILLE. I thDso who flattered him in the beginaxe, anj.luiprostrato, ready for utili wouldn't part witli this money, but ning becauso of his ability to speak Til OMA8 P. Ullil.. JR.. Tho custom ot "pairing" is not a DEALER IN ATTOUNEY AT XjA-"V- , ration, thus bringing enormous wenun my old wife, who always loved roe, without study or much preparation. new ooo in legislative bodies, and is 8TANF0BD, KY. Seeds, to the owners, then will these samo tiicti tins murium, ami i navo come Will practice In the Curti ol tbli and adjoining This is not imaginary; its reality is frequently resorted to. When two ooiinlit and In the Court of Appeal!. Office In difierent role, nnd ,Q j)UV icr tt ,irouj,' mountain assume a When tho old confirmed by living examples. legislators of opposite political views Owaley A bon'a new liulldlof up italri. bo clothed in different attiro. Tho' mnn wcnt out ho carriwl a bundle in MllTKajON fKYTON. find it necessary to bo abaeut from the ralXK W'lLVOlD. WOBTOKD & l'EYTON, On tho thirtyjtiitiU. anniversary of sessious of tho body of which they are moro beautiful as woll as more valun ,mm, am, the "watches" in the om) A.T ATTOIIM3YH KY. I...A-Aherlblrth Patti celebrated with a dip-n- members, they agree to absent thembio, these mountain regions will bo other. I Little Hick Gazette. I.IHEIITY, -She will be sorry for this. selves from tho discussions of tho Special attention gUen to colWctlotu. Office bomb of thu hardy, plodding party. cone tbo K. T. I'ieree'i More. Tiicro is apparently no apparatus so True, thirty-ninis uot such a very house during a specified period. They ow Swiss.the ai thrifty Immlgrant-t- he T. HUFFMAN. liablo to be interfered with, by what great age foap.rima-dpiiuajib'uUsi- x German, tho Swedo, tbo Dane, will particular may be "paired" on wo be refer ay call natural causes as the 8TANF0U0. KY. flock to it, aud though dumautled of years hence tho, paperswill question; that is, when both aro abtwo doora above South aide will speedily becomo vino trio telegraph. Fish gnaw, and mol ring to tins mnuer pariyns prooi inai sent tho general result is substantially Office Myen Uoul. Main Street, the PureNllroui Oxide Ou admlnlitered when reor, allowing a mar- the tho apple, the Ium overweight the submarine sho is forty-five- , clod and . itnio, for ono would vote for tbo quired. pear and grape, flourish in as- - tductors of the subtcrroan wires; whilo gin of, fi'yo'years'for falntrie8s'6f rnem-or'- measure luid the othor against it. This DU. J. Q. OAIIPENTEB, tnntaliint- - twrfcctioii. far tiotter than thero is at least one instauce of a frol that' ili6 has ttirbo'd haif a ceu- -' is how wo, have tho word "paired." KENTUCKY STANFORD, ; ' oVSouthern Kentucky. icsomo whale entangling himself iu a tury. . Office oer Kobt- - 8. Lytle'i itore. Office lioura iil'Ceiftral 9 r.u.: m., 7 2 to from 7 Some time ago Mrs. Brown, of Allen cept on to a. u ; wlien iberwill go to Crib Orch to With ItJlt, facilities theso can bo deep sea cable, to ita utter disorganiSaturday, A iai!ert8aya that Ouit there is a is stated that within tho gave birth to twins. Not- ard till lurtuer uouce. zation. It carried To tlie most profitable markets class q( women wjio are fascinated by county, -I HXT I I SJS7 I --rSL I Now.York, Chicago aud mnuy oth three years ending 1878 there have any, heudtshed cruelty' to ono of their withstanding there is but four minutes 3F1 uftu I DFl , IT potTls, bringing a return enriching been sixty serious interruptions to tel sex, dnd who become, infatuated with difiereuce in their ages, yet ono was SFEiiTGraxa-w.a-oaiTS1 1T1 1 cr ... ..L.iuim. fmiirfi ." I? V V tf mu l " 1 WILL UK tw BTAr.rimw one I e( rft l those engaged in their culture Mean- egraphic communication in Sumatra tbo criminal. Tho number of persons born in 1881 and tbe other in 1882, each month, fruui ttrit Monday, and la Larvae of month, Iroiu third in Jan- ter two week! of each Uvtel.orer Mlttlogly Monday. A Sou'a while tho coal and iron will tend forth by elephant. In ono instance, these who havo a sneaking admiration for In December and the other Office In b'U Aaapb sagacious animals, most likely fearing notorious criminals ho finds to bo very uary, one ou Sunday and the other on .togph..!,..! R.,,.MOKOArV.p.D.8. perpetual contributions aggregating a Bowling QreeuDeinocrat. larger amount in profit than is made snares, destroyed a-- considerable por- largj, aud bo would piake it difficult Monday. Wholojiluo grass section. Should tion of tho line, hiding away the wires for them to get into a jail to gratify iuwe In Peru, as soon as a death occurs, Important to those Concerned. Monthe Lgislituro bo liberal in iU con- and insulators in a caoebrake their prurient tastes. ashes are strewn ou tbe floor of tbe All iwraoui Indrbted to the eitateol John SbauVi, duct, then all wjll bo well. Tho bill keys of all tribes mid sized, too, in account, will pleaae call upon by ljeuator;Mahon,e still lias' friends. room and the door fasteued. Next deed., onceuote or Mltle Utuerwlae, eun win vo and meat reported by you may have much to that iavorcd island, used the poles morning the ashes are carefully ex- brought to tlie Oral Court. A resolution offered into tho Virginia do in shaping thocharacter of legisla- and wires ns gymnasia, occasionally W. . WKI.UII.AUUT. his con amined for footprints and tho soul of J0-off the Seuato rebuking Mahone for tion. Were I iu your position a legis breaking them aud carrying tinue;! absence frpm the sessions of, tho dead is said to have passed into tho liter as sucli I could desire no better insulators; while tho numerous tigers, tho United Statea Semite, and request- body ot whatever animal the Imagina College. posthumous fame than would attach bears, and bu Haloes, ou tho track, ing him to return to his post of duty, tion traces iu tho ashes. tho .STANFOKD, IIY. to having contributed to develop her render the watching and repair of was indefinitely postponed by a voto A bald headed professor, repro viug resources, thus enriching and adding lino a duty of great danger. Iu Aus Chicago Tiiues, of 20 to 14. a youth for the exerciso of his fists, With a Full Corps of Teachers, idory to my native Stato, I can not tralitt, whoro thero aro no wild animals to iujuro the wires, which nro ha) instructed his sec- laid: "Wo fights with your heads at Hob Iugorsoll hut believe,' gentlemen of tho joint opened III Tw.Jllb Heulou ou reflected a ThliluilllutlouMnuday In tapleiulwr lait. the 2d committee, vthat you will feol as I do carried great distances ovcrlnud, they retary, who ft u short hand writer, his college,'' Tho youth aro said to bo frequently ,cut down by to take down accurately' what ever be moment and then said: "Ali, I see, upon this gr,eat question. l. t h- aALL TIIK BBANCHM OF A buttedall your hair oil"." Thanking you for attentions you tho scarcely less wild aborigines, who may lay on bis dying bed, so that and you havo armTHOROUGH ENGUSHCOURSE thero will bo no opportunity for any .3ST3D have given to my crudo words, aud manufacture from them riugs, A clincher: At a German ball. Are Uojht, u well aa as askod.iu lets, nnd other varieties of barbaric person to nut into bis mouth utter- - Lioutenant " Did you uot toll mo for tho courtesy granted, Sfir-IlliideMeMCTM, IIny-IIttUeItvnperti. ornament. ranees contradicting tho expressions of that your father has an estate iu Silo MUBIO. TUB IiANOUAaEU. DIIAW. tho beginning of theso remarks, I ntu UrHiu WrlllK, C'eruIMHlt'rH, Mulky CiiltaVHturii, IlHrrow, ittrii.ShellcrN, INO AND siaV " Young lady '"Yes and two now ready to respoud to any questions A boy who had been watching hia entire, lifo. llHy-Ire''1 Hrenk- - t"LetHs briefly Ukothcm."' " "ffV 1 Honor tho dear old mother. Time has scattered tho snowy locks on her brow, ploughed deep furrows on her checks, hut h she not sweet and beau tiful now? Tho lips aro thin and shrunkon; but theso nro tho lips which havo klss'-- many n hot tear from the childish checks, mid they are the Tho MHcelest lin iu all the world. eye U dim, yet it iloa with tho suit, rndianco of holy lovo which can never fade. Ah, yes, sbo is a dear old mother. Tho sands of Ilfo nro nearly run out, but feeble ns sho is, sho will' go further, and reach down lower for you than any other upon earth. You can not wnlk into a midnight whero sho con not see you, you can not enter a prison whoso haw will keep her out; you can never mount a ecaffold too high for her to reach, that bIio may kiss and bless you in evidenco of her deathless love. When tho world shall despiso anil forsake you, when it leaves you by the wayside to dio unnoticed, tho dear old mother will gather you iu her feeble arms, and carry you homo, nnd tell you of all your virtues, until you almost forget that your soul is disfigured by vices. Love her tenderly, and cheer her declining years with holy devotion. Gr R ancl .A. IN" ID OIPIESICsrilSra- OP THE -KlE3SrTTJOK:"Y"- ONE-PRIC- E CLOTHING HOUSE f JkJST E!TNnC,IR.33IJ"3r TXrES-Vr Main Street, Stanford, Ky., formerly occupied by McRoberts & Stagg, STOOKL OUT Mem Bought for Spot Cash, at an Immense Reduction, and I offer the same at ces which cannot fail to convince the public that DlntMsig9 Stosis&liig BFfBOOTS, SHOES, dbo., HmH Suf g9 pri- Ever offered in this or any other town. This is no bankrupt sale to run off cheap goods. I come to stay and build up a trade by treating every one litely and dealing fairly and squarely with all. No misrepresentation. Every article as represented and satisfaction guaranteed. All I ask is a fair trial. I OFFER TIIJE GREATEST X5AIOAIIN?; E. KLASS, ROBT.S. LYTLE, SUCCESSOR TO McATISTEIfc & rYTJLE, con-cepti- Having bought the McAlister interest in the above named firm at a considerable discount, I am thereby en 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. bare-foote- ROBT. S. LYTLE. H. G. RUPLEY, STAN FOKl, MJE33Fl.Oia:j9L.3Nn? -- Vr TAILOR, KY., Comprises everything that is New. GEO. D. WEAREN, Grain, Wool, Orchard Grasss and other er - rl e HTjnGEON DENTIST, fruit-covere- con-peac- h, y, ... U 1 -- lJ 3NT3TIODE3 m 1 IM Gr O IS, I Stanford Female BXTaGIES n, - CABEIAQES, 1M. a,MW S3t3.' &? Nlraw-CJuttcr- u, you may desire to ask. ' Mr. Horace Rvl.l, ot Altoona, I'.., writes: "My wife sod I ire upward of both ih .if aire. Of lite, wo of old have ge. lMuUrailth) begun to Nothing wguiijoTrMlTef:'Jexlillerate, and strengthen u, asyloM Ilrowii' Iron Hit ten. We wouldtefolo without it for Uu time Its coat. 4EW fl tbo keyholo tho antics of a counlo of lovers, ran dowu into tho kitchen to announcu his discovery to his mother. "Oh, it's such fun!" ho YhatV .oc Tun?" exejaimed. t cravoly aAal the' old lady .'Why to Beo eistcr'Mollio and Mr." l inns ., a-- . play lunatic asylum. through Lieutenant A8K YoUIUklk. Doe ytiurrteai need more iu I'omcrauia." rtourUlilnif anil utrenictlientiiKT Aro you "Aud cau you still doubt my love?" you recovering from koihb low fever. TERMS MODERATE. prlcw rlu.e Dcpartieute. IIU; U MHflllllCH HHtt ICHKlUOH, Uel m There aro threa prominent phases of from dl'll'sl or hull;etIoiiT Ar you troubled w!lh any urln;rr dUorderl1 a young woman's lifo, all visibly conltemeuiber, Ilrown Wo" JUllers will iure nected. As a baby, sho is lugged;' as a ly cure voir, They have. cured thousand I womati, sue is nuggeti; 'hi b who' were gtveii"tii to dig reyiUjble young i.!v.(i i.:.' K'... sue 18 iiuiiiuukkuu.,i" WHO, I'bylfjM.j4 ofTer lo lTlraUuy, l. riJ. from IM to IM In lb lU-wedl- anj lUIT(laU, ISO. HOatf H) - MKM. 1 . For full patllculari, aa U Board, Qm addr-lrlMclMl, H. V. TRIIKIIKART, 1 ' ,ns l.ufcij.UlnlVltr, jhi.titAnA Aud other ImiilemenU and Machinery. We buy exclusWelj from .11.AeV orgeat dUootit aud Ak (n Anv.lncii. fim At.il rntlBPnil ftlltlT VMMMM Goods a: Eensouablo Prices Wftt! wtfla of 'fraieht. Oar motto is i ''First-clas- s tbe Best is always the Obeipest." Hepoctfully, , GEO. D. "WEAKEN, 8taDfoid,Ky. T-It'l. """, w. i. wiTiiiTiiN, Manage Unraalrr; lpol, amiKN a Utun hii.i.iamn, UuiloitjlIU Upou V f-- t them . amused themselves riding their Ludlow, Ky., oil tho5tk of Decora-Iw- r. horse up and down the pavements; other 2CYi 1880. paid tlio penalty" that were jelling like Comanche, and, altoought always to attach to tho crimc.at gether, they were very disorderly. Tuesday Morning, February 28, 1882 Covington, Btprcscntative Parker has Introduced Friday. His stolid indif a bill In the Ijrglalrlure tn repeal the ferenco to his fato forsook him as he . . . . EDITOR amendatory acts Id the loal option law of W. PI WALTON, was led upon tho gallows, and be thl county. It Is proper that either the Ho blubbered and prayed alternately. entire law, or the amendments should be s ono noblo has nil along Tho president possosst-denied thai hojommlt-tel- l Honne. repealed at onco. Under the present stale trait of character nt Ieat,thnt of tho crime, but it is saTd that 'ho of affairs, there area doien nr more dram nialrtad a bill passed to ral simps In the county and lliev par not a would lmvo mado n clean breast of it fund to A. M late Sherirr or Lincent of revenue to either Stsle nr county . achiovc, through tho instrumentality all had not tho attending priest pre- coln munty, (527 G8 money overpaid the The case of the Cominonwotlth vs. Stale on final settlement. On the statement of othws, their highest ambitions, the vented him. There aro n few who Holla Proctor, In which the defendant is of the Senator that the.tta.tm wastorrcct them; but Arthur, to debt they owo him innocent, however, aud charged with iiiilat fully creeling fence the body psa-t- tl tho XTlf unanimously, ids credit be it said, is not that think that it was but just retribution thereby allowing tho esteem In which be across a private psssway, has occupied the knows who elevated that tho carpenter who built '. SJK is!. item i... attention of the (Vunly Judge for the past is ..,.! itnieuiuvr. tj ward politician hinifbtnl-clas- s two weeks. There were reveral lontlnuan-ceshould havo fallen off and broIt la a littie late, butjwrha but a trial was finally had on last to tHolMgttes't office i tho nation, and ken his skull and that lie should die belter than never for theleb Saturday. There wer twenty witiff trying as hmchfw in him HcJ,.to almosfat tho'earae hour that Hicks jMlonlftsctieJSfef resolutram' s? rEturn tlio crcnt favor. Heuco his yielded up tho ghost. Tlicro is scarce- - more lone, recounting the sufferings and Ing the payment of arawmtnta on policies nesses pro and eon, and the result of the Ihedeath-ratllinsurance companies of trial wa a hung Jury. The penally for nomination of Ilojcqe Uonkling to tholi rf nn ,iftui., .. iltl ..;i, thoiiuh tho heroism of the late President (Inrfield, sod in . I extending to hi) family the alnccre irmpa-th- Pennsftfrahta. Stock in thee charming the offense with which Mr. Proctor is . ' i J. Lt t ouuos, ovjjenco wa, mninly circumstantial. Supreme bench ot tno uniicu charged is a fine of $100, and a the law of the people of Kentucky, regardless organisations has tumbled fearfully. mi the lawyers highest nmuwon. ina Since tho good work has commenced, of political jDllistlons. The resolutions A difficulty occurred near town Sat- doddis not provide for a jnryin such cases, pay is 810,000a year for tho rest of his wo hope to sco it go steadily on till were unanimously adopted, and the Gov- urday evening between Owen Allen and it ir presumed they hung for want of jurisnatural lifc.an amount that will enable every murderer, and thcro aro bun ernor requested to forward a copy to Mrs. Trigg Williams, In which the latteire-celvei- l diction. '. x f Ahoot Pitori.E. Mr. L. M Honk Iwo.'cnui 'in the shoulder from a hircTjo IivO nVease and, comfort and still dreds fn tho State, shall feel the halt Garfield. knife in the hands of Allen. The parties and wife, of Brodhead, spent Sunday at something for tho rising gener- er draw. Thcro aro fivo other men, NO TES OF CURRENT EVENTS. lay up were arrested and brought before Judge this place, visiling the family ol Mr. Jamra ation. When tho nomination was three of thorn white, now under sen The school recently opened here Honk The failures last week number 123, a McClure yesterday for trial. read in executivo session, Senator tenco of death, in Kentucky, and if alight reduction upon last. smajl boys were out In force at by Prof. Reppert. who I assisted by hi Reppert, 1 flourishing Hoar, of Massachusetts, who is said law nnd justice are allowed to take its Congrcs has appropriated $100,000 to singing Sunday night, and while there daughter, Miss H-At Frankfort last week, out Senator, grievanco against Conkling course, ihstead of being hampered by the relief of the sufferer bf the tiooda in acted more like a lot of young Indians than to havo a the children of rlvijiiatlon. The time is John Bennett, and Representative Kd becauso ho led tho voto against his technicalities and executivo clemency, the South. medium not far off wheo then the small boys will Parker were both looking well. They aro ," Tlio volume of. circulating attorney wo may brother,' E. R. Hoar, .'for oxpect a new era of peaco has been increased during the last rvnts, and are four have full control of this community. Their mating ftithful public General, bitterly opposed a confirroa and order in the land. When onco it One of , years, $TiO0,O00,000f pirenls will then regret that they spared highly regarded in the assembly the cleverest, most agreeable young gentle ttoiand charged his elovation to tho is understood that oven the A Cincinnati landlord struck a delin- so nlllcti timber during this period. Supreme bench would be a disgraco murderer must suffer death quent a tingle blow with hi fist, killing Notw Anoirr TowfT, Messrs. Vowel men to be met with anywhere is the State K Kincaid.of Louisville, official ermine. Ho conceded for his deed, then, and not till then, him almost instantly. & Linton arc doing a staving business in is Judge Charles intellectualAVhllmore, at IiellefontjnerO., the .Manufacture of whipstocks......The member of the Slate Rtilruad Commission, that he was a great man will tho dreadful carnage come to an has put been convicted of wife, murder, singing class meet at the church every If you go to Frankfort, don't fail to tutet ' ly,' but Relieved that he had used his end. ' ' Sunday evening and contented to death. Mr. D. N. Williams him if you want to have a nice time. powers for bad purposes, and he was As NONE but democrats should bo An ico factory is to be built at Hop has ust completed a fine stable, a valuable Charlie has made an efficient CommissionVJ havo nevfar from being BonoiR put on guard, neither should any but kinsville,which U tcueli ice ncxLsumoier and needed addition to his property. He er, and is deservedly p)pular as a gentleman and an officer. of any charge af- democrats er heard should now build a secure smoke-housto vote in the at a quarter of a cent per lb. All the Executive departments at Vowels A Joplln intend to make a fortune fecting Conkliogs'a honor or integrity, nrimarv election next Saturday. If XT. TUt.NO.V AltVI.KTIM.m.MH. the right to even in these lalter days of. official any other should be permitted to vote Washington, were cleoecNyesterday in lion-o- r selling a pilent whlcfi they have recently purmanufacture of the Garfield meswml service'. corruption, and w Mil seS noggood it will create dissatisfaction amomr de- E. VOWELS' chased Gindidalc4 for county offices are TliSjSylvaSJiConjMills at . reason why ho should dotfo prowptly f. . . v ... . tested candidates tor nomination to fwhfeh .worked CO hands, burn-e- d talked of, but Jno. Kerby and Sam. McthfliraeSing of tholSen- confirmed on Frid"ay. Low, $40,000; Insurance, $10,. Clure, who aspire to the Asseuorsbip, are omce, anu mug ncip uu mo3XT. VKIINON, ICY.. . ate the only ones who are having any fun Agency of South-Ben- d Chilled Plowi, independent movement that threatens 000 Cost and Steal Plowg, 'The Hospital College of Medicine at Tun stuff published by the Cincin- us. A fair fight and a squaro ono for Louisville, turned out 33 graduates Friday ...... l'ruf. Reppert's family will move here Averj'a & Mowerj, Sweepstakes Bnokevoi, Ihreih-erin a short time and occupy the house on Beapera MItohell Farm Wagons, New nati Enquirer to the effect that Geo. the nominations, will leave no ground hlgbt, to prey upon the human form di- - Crab Orchard street, which Eld. Stephen 8ewing Machines, Taylor's ElutioHome Bed ElfisdrDtracted,hi3 former confes- for complaint to any one, and thenJ j Spnngs. Collier expects to vacate. Decisions aggregating over $28,000 in sion and now boldly asserted that ho our nominations will bo equivalent to of had sworn away the lives of Neal and an election. Let everything be done favor the government were rendered at Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway Co. mur- decently and inprder, and, our word Philadelphia against two, bondsmen of star Craftt tho Ashland rapists and route contractors. derers, ttirough fear of Heflin and for it, Lincoln county will fully main At KichUnd,Ark., a man named, CINCINNATI SOUTHERN RAILWAY MVISIOX. Campbell, who made him do it under tain her reputation as the banner was beaten to death with a rifle barhioin Rem MirstriiD, tut, irw.mi. pelaUj of his life to get the reward, county of tho democracy in this con- rel by hts wife, for ruining his stepdaughSTATIONS. wlUt NlfhtKi Anw. ljr Tx. Pay Ex., Aoconi. NlflltKt ter, fifteen years old. turns out to be a lie manufactured out gressional or senatorial district. The lifjut-- has been officially inform- 8 30 ta. 400pni 72Snm Lte. Cincinnati. Arr. IWbm 70s in lttUsn.1 S 47 o'f while cloth. Heflin, who is a TJ. Georgetown ... 3 41 7 4 44 ' 7 II Lte. . Kefemung to our squib about the ed that tfio Kentucky Central will be run- u iu " ico 10 07 " 7 IS ."I ITIrifftnw l II S3 J Marshal, on seeing tho alleged re- Knights of Honor, the editor of the ning Si 1011 ' 4 0i l ' (II " .lit .. II 7 " ' 7 NlcholM.llle 141 " trains to lticbmond, by July 1st. next, c r4 n loo lllih BrlJM 12isnra, SOS traction in that paper went at once to .blizabcthtown Aeics, says: .those co earthquakes alone preventing 107 ,,, SS4 2 (7 UsrrJabar( Junetloa - " , lSJ " 8 27 " 1!. ' 111 liV 114 841 " S3lkin S40 i'BnriiieM.mH. 10 " Lexington, where Ellis is confined, operative companies have done a good A pay train on the Ilichmond A Alle- 1151 ' 118 " I 01 . 8 5S HIM " Junction City 4 30 ' W 311 V " l&l " II 31 and in. the presence ot the jailer, ask- deal of good hero aud there, but there ghany R. It. was thrown by a land elide 4 llaw noinrriMMMWH 1M sn " C".'.7Z 103 " 131 " . - ,,l23pm IlurntM. in to a river, killing the paymaster's clerk, 5 27 beoiemuor. ed hhrfirtio had made the statement, l7oo'pnilr!Z!.'l'.'.!'7'Miii ZZ "4S7"m "Z2. " is no telling how long they will keep and injuring five 7J1 "I Rockwoil . 3M other persons. tW) .S 7M ' ' " MprlnjCllj'. " .1 7 09 " when ho very earnestly replied that tn " up. It the company outlives you it 18 9 4J " IU) ' ' S IS . 7M The Jury in the case of Theodore ...770 ' Arr. Ilojrce hereupon Heflin pub10 00 3 ho bad not? L S 00 " 7 39 " Clmunnug.. your family Will got somotkiag; but if charged with the ruurder of Monlished a cardyujctMlog the Enquirer you ALABAMA GREAT BOUTHERN DIVISION. outlive me company, inoygei noin tague, in Frankfort, a year ago,' returned lying to S 7 00pm correspon(lentof-wiilfull- y I 8 OS am Lte. CliattanooKS. . ... Arr. a verdict of not guilty after a consideration m ing. We havo outlived two or three s ! I 13 Lte-SSI . KUlue Krnj 422 " AtUll.., 12 OS p m 1 12 " create ajrensation. -- The evident pur- of these companies in which we were of two weeks. ' " 47 ' lllrmloiEhim .. 1333 ' z 3U Palmer, of Illinois, is " pose ot tho correspondent was to creSM SI a w 8 01 ' .... " Turlo.)i. insured. Their merit lies, iu their reported Iq hqve 8 19 U " 7 00 " " Eulsw I.... received a letter, from ate n feeling of sympathy in behalf of cheap rates and in tho payments (by S9I ' 8 16 " " IJlrititoa 637 " ......... ..U. em 8 41 orn . is tho fiends, who ought to suffer the assessments) being in small sums. Samuel J. Tilden, osItively announcing 630 I ISO " lArr M.rl.llin 3 20 " I Lte . that he will again be a candidate for Presdeath ' that has so righteously been Sometiues wo think they are very good ident in 1884. VICKSRURO AND MERIDIAN DIVISION. judged) against them, and his lie is institutions, and then again wo don't 9 S3 pin Lie. Merliltsn .... . Arr. CIO " IS 40 a tn; w- An East Tennessee lunatic named I....-..- .. ill 36 " " .Nwton.... IS Le. set I 13 34 therefore the more reprehensible. kuow what to think. M) . Walton, imagined he was directed by God .. !l2 42ara ' Foreil 11033 p in 711 I 3 S7 " Ilrantlon. . to offer up his wife as a sacrlGce.'and mau"e .... would do well to make him sufHeflin 724 l, so " ... . . ! 3 S3 " " Jekson... 733 democrats several attempts to murder her before he J sso " " Clinton... 433 I If there are any ! S35 fer Tor it, as the chargo contained in ! 8 00 733 " Kdr,li.. in Lincoln county, who have made up was confined. C.-7 00 770 Lte, . . 6JS " Arr. Vick.bur ... thegstateroeut most seriously affected i thtpaiiria-fJourndsay it w.a remark their mind j. to vote for 'Jacobs, the VICKSBURO, SIIREVEfORT AND PACIKIC DIVISION. g Ul his chyacfetft nfc jf able coincidence, in connection 770 . Arr.l I sorehead .. Vlckitiunc- -. 2 30 p ta . IllSOamlLTs. Delta ..... I Iit5sjfilttl.olyoutli;an(l,all of Court McIIenry candidate' forClerk present rise, that on February 22, with the i 3 10 .- - Lts. Ill 00 in ' 1832, the they aro ashamof Appeal, 71 'II 33 " J .....! il2)pra, ' TslluUh.... Hood of that year reached its highest mark, SOS . ,11 00 iu, mankind, as tjio Courier Journal plain- ed, !!$ " fArr. Dlhl : 5 85 ! to confess it. Tho fact is, we do 8 33 a m' Monro L..J 813 ly says in its' article df last Friday, not believe there will be a democrat in and exactly fifty yean later, to day and date, the present rise occurred. JOHX NCUTT, Vice IreilJntsna Oen'l Mujrr. Onclonsll, O. ; for tho Democratic party of tho South the county that will II Collbrsn, Hon. Kr., Clnclunstl, Ajl. E. d leave his Allen, the readjuster nominee, has, Sou, P. WlUon, Oen. Pats.Tenn : Cln.Ilanlr, Ucn. Pass. AjU OV. A U.K. K., dm Pau, Aat Ala. Ot. R. R., Cbatianooi;a, Vlck.burg, tllu Jos, V L. to jbe defeated and broken up, why (Icn. PaM. Ajt. V., 8. A P. R. It, Monroe, La. off after this after a long dead lock, been elected Audi party to wander MHIulre. docs' 'fohtot 'have" the honesty and the the "Independent tor of Virginia, receiving 70 out of 125 bantling, courage to hoist the flag of Mahone-ism- , has been votes. Brackett, democratic nominee, re Kentucky democracy." ceived 49, and Mauey, candidate of the Lougstreetisra, MoHcnrykm, ! true to tho democratic party too long &c, and proceed with the work of to turn at this late day and commit bolting readjustee, 0. This U another victory for Mahene. B-2- " destruction In a straight-forward- , political suicide. Wood Ilite, cousin of the notorious manly way?' If that paper doesn't Woods & Deekino have bought a Jesse Jamet, arrested in Logan county, believe iu democracy Southern as new outfit for tho inside of the Jessa Kentucky, lor complicity in tho Jtibbing of let it renounce it well as Northern the Chicago, Itook Island and Pacific I d (rain at Winston, Missouri, on the it and- - fight under th colors of that mine Jourtud and adopted n clean and party which it,' does believe in. The readable "patent" for their outside night of January 15, 1880, waa sentenced I have bought out my brother, K. H. Wcarcn, democrats of the South wish to know The improvement iu the appearanco to the Penitentiary, at Gallatin, Mo, for nnd will contimio tlio Furnituro and Undertaking years. is very decided, while its twenty-fiv- e who aro ' their real friends, and who of the paper The quarrel that broke out in a party business tlio same stand, in the St. Asaph Hotel contents, being set iu smaller typo, their real foes. rLct every fellow five at a barn raising in North Carolina, building. stock of Furniture ol ovWill keep a are much more varied and entertain- of choosobis side in the political contests was ueiweeu two men only; but wben one cannot bo beatery description and sell llgurcs of tho day, aud figbt'on tho sido of ing. The young gentlemen will please man killed the other by throwing an axe My stock of Collins and Caskets will bo comprebest wishes for tho realiza him, he loU his footing in the effort, iell en. accept our his choice,,. That's business. also Shrouds aud ltobcs always on hand. tion of their most sanguine hopes of and broke hit neck, and the otherswereM hensive. Tin: bargain nnd sale of Tammany success. excited that they let go n log, which crush- repair and do carpenter's job work. to the republicans has becu signed, (Orders Ijv telegraph promptly ntteiitloil lo.) B. K. WEAKEN. Amusement circles in New York, ed to death another of the p rty. sealed, and the first goods delivered. Wo of the south, although our own criparo in a state of surprise on tho repled and, in many cases impoverished Tho democracy of New York, and tirement of John E. Owens as a star, fbravenlebarre'd from Governcfc T03rrX3Nr good democrats overy where, ought to and his engagement for three years as ment relief, make no objection to bearing rejoice that John Kelley's traitorous WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN stock actor iu tho Madison Square our part of the burdens which the obliga band can never bo lifted inside of its Theatre. Owens mado a big reputa- tions to the Union veterans entail. Hut we rauks again. Had the democracy in tion as Solon Shiiujk. His only ex- do object, and most decidedly too, to being National Convention assembled, have taxed for the support of bummers and cuse is that ho is tiied of running HtrchiliK. ordered him aud his crowd ot bum-meand camp followers of every description. IM Huh, Books, ad ill Hinds of around the country. We do not wish to aslst in enriching claim to go to the devil, instead of acO. ST., To AintEsT, try, imprison and hang agents, or corrupt lawyers, and a corrupt NO. 66 ceding to his demands, the govern " ., n lobby. Mobile Register. ment might now bo in the bauds of Mujor Hicks, cost the State 81,176.05. Grand PIANOS, Square P1ANUS, and Upright PIANOS, MT. VERNON dJpARTMENT. tho party which for 00 years made it Hangings come high, but we must have 'em. Sam. M. BurJett. Editor. tho best tho buu over shone on. In Kosowood, Satiiiwood, Maliogoay, French Walnut and Ebonlzcd Cased, in Meturs. C. Mulllns & Co, have leased legislatWe. elegant designs to correspond with any style nt Furniture. "Effioy" Sauoknt, the coal mine of W. M. Owens, niur from California, has been nominated Mr. Jilalu presented a bill to amend Owens' switch. Elegant Parlor Organs, Ohaoel Organs, Church Organs, as Ministr,to,Rermany, which gives the road law of Lincoln, Ibyle sod GarThe Pine Hill Coal Compiny shipped it engine to Louisville yesterdsy for rerise to almost as much surprise as tho rard. Witli'oue Manual, with two Manuals and 1'odaU, contuiniug the most beau LIU re'julriii each county to tup- pair. Mining wil( not be suspended, howtiful, powerful mid useful combinations ever procured Conkling nomination, if having becu pott iU own Idiot, ai it ought to do, was ever, but ouly about half the usual amount in reed IniitrumenU. given out that ho waj murdered in abort style in the House. of coal will be shipped for a few week. to succeed Kirkwood as Secretary of The resolution to adjourn on the 1Mb -- Mr. T. II. McMtchael, CMef Englueer We iuvite the public attention to our largo aud well selected stock oi the Interior, and that Judge T aft was fofMareli was defeated, and now it I be df the Knoxville Branch, will, be here this PIANOS and ORGANS, und our unequaled facilities for furnishing ' to go, to .Germany. .' lieved that the teuton will be continued week to see our eople about the location the best class of instruments at low rates. Wo purchase for net cash in , . . till the middle of May. of tho machine shop at lbb place, I( w larger quantities than nuy other houso in this city, Tho expeuso of our TiIk Senate, by u vote of two to Tlis Liberty nf Conscience, bill which Intend making an effort to secure llieshoiM PIANO and ORGAN Department is far less than some hous one, agreed to put Grout on the ro occasioned so inpcli useless dabate, there- now Is the time to be up and doing. es iioluir exclusively n riann and Organ trade. We nave rescued tower tired list of the army, and we trust by coilini; the Bute thousands of dollars The following marriage licenses have prices than have beeit tendered by any dealers iu this market, and guarantee that the public beggar will be con- hat at last im I the Senate by a, rote of been issued since last reort; Sidney War all instruments us represented. We sell on easy monthly or quarterly pay. 7. Tlia.blll tinxliliu for tho tUIIi. ren to Sarah J. Thomas; Napoleon II. Har22 menu, and any Instrument taken on trial, not proving as represented, may tent to sit down now and belmva htni Honla piiblljrliutitlitrbnn of Vu solicit correspondence with persons desir br the clergr ot nett to Martha Harnett: IL F. Sullivan to be returned at our expense. self. .Tho bill certaiuly shelves him all deiiomluattoif"t5 afluid spiritual adMarthniL Kad;"Efia Mulfln to Nancy J. ing to purchase, aud take pleasuro in answering all inquiries. as a future presidential candidate. vice to the Inmates, Watson; G. W. Ilarne to Susan Moore. JOHN CHURCH to CO. SemiHi(!lcrIiIn3nfcrior3oimiiil 01 Major Hicks, tho negro convicted, tho murder ot .ji. m. .Tvuwumi, at STANFOED. The Sovereignly Convention bill waa voted down in the ITotie hf M to .17. re- A Joint rcdolulloto tfpolnt nliilIrM anil flvsi Priatn In frmnr lite CongreMlonal apportionment of the State, baa p.tMed liolh Housea. A bill to Incorporate the Itockcastle Mining and Lumber Company, and a bill to repeal all acta amendatory tn 4o act proh IbttlnR the a!e of Intotlratlnir llqnora in Itockcastle, have btenaacd by the f ti o Mores N. Langford sold two lota off of the atone stslile lot to X.Th Thompson and JsJW. Moorjfir?$20r cash. The lots are twenlyjRtet front. I The recent" heavy rains, have done, considerable damage to the work on the railroad extension, and the iron horse will be tf ft oul'of London several wrcVa longer ill conscrpitnce. V't have lisd a few dsya of dry weather, and tho farmers are. starting their fiows. TheTcmaVtr presHct that we have rbad year 'beforwtis. BiU the "croakers are starting their teams along with the rest. TheK C Knglneersare still making surveys through the country about town. The management seem to be wailing for soatthIng, . nqboby here knows what, There was quits a crowd of drunken men in (own Sttunlay evening. Some of M'ROBERTS&STAGG OPIUltA HOUSE BLOCK, ,S'JFAIVFOKI, KY., I Totlrl Htni .1 Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, I""" lift Vhnrl.ljHv,'r. I7i(WinV tiltirrtttlcnt IVrjifirrtfloii n 't i KUTT Slutlnurrtl, Tahnrca nil if "( , - fltrlrn, Hnokn, trlnrm, Nlirrlnffr r mm s, nit-ni- t e ,M1IMJV WIT! I'lll wwirn. w n I' 41 fV'V 1 TIiIkXaw .Mill, caiiIhIiiIiir tin Intent anil MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY For iiiHiiiilHfiiirliig iiienl iihiI Hour, In now In full operation. Wc will Kfhul Tor t'HHtniiicrM, for tlio prrM'iif, on TitcsilHy, CAiirt-lruj- J VriilHXHiuI.iliirtlHy ofcarli wrrk, nml en mid hII oilier public titty. WVmoIIcH n I literal Kluira or pntrotiHcw mid will endeavor loglie iitlrcHiilUihclloii. H Flour, Meal, Corn, Bran, SliipsliilY, &c., AIW113M011 Wheat, tic Imiiil nml for Male. IIIkIicnI eiish price paid for Corn, Order left nt .Mill promptly atleiuleil tn. MATTING LY, McALISTim & GO. high-tone- d , IIiirojiiHt roct'lii'si mill itlll keep I'ltnxtiiiilly oh IiiihiI n frctli linn of llic cliolt'Cfct e ... - .- Shelby-villeJiTft- VARIETY STOKE! J. Groceries,Confectioneries, FA.MIX.1T SUPPLIES, llicjwlll Allurulilih y Soil at tho Yory Lowest Possiblo Margin. m They Hrc iiIho hkciiIm for llio hiiIo of SIullliiKbV Miporlor . IVoolon (JeoilM null YtiriiK. Peany&M Mti JL. Jau ITST-- - JLJL.KJ, ml t) nr' liWlA II mi Mc-Alf- SEALSBS ' DRU&S, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, PERPUMEIIY AND FANCY TOlliET ARTICLES, , Books & Stationery.Paints.Oils, Varnishes, Dye Stuffs WINDOW GLASS AND PUTTY, 1 Y ..- I Da-vi- s, I .. '- Puro Wines and Liquors for Modical Purposes. Proscriptions accurately compounded. Wo havo also a largo and wo!l soloctod stock of Watches and Jowolry, which wo proposo to soil at less than city prices. Watches and Jowolry Ropairod and Warrantod. .. I F. STUKENBORa & BRO., Mtnufwturcrs sod Dolrrt In A' KloJiof .. M ZFITTIZRIIsTITITI MATTRESSES, CHAIRS, Parlor Suits, &c. .Vox. U 0"IK,EII ... .i si r ...l. - -- ..... mill 11 i:iiHt l'oarl Street, I ..., ..... CIKOINNATI, O. VOU WILL HA VK 10 TO IS 1't.ll CKNT. ON A. Mil of (ixal.it our huum. rn PSi vm iMM Hall kwiji i i felfi nSfl iri ll B U II & . . time-honore- self-style- d FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING tail-roa- Ulalu Street, at B. K. WEAKEN, 1 full at French Dressing Caso Sets, Marbln-To- p with Largo Cjlass, At 8 15, $50, SCO, 875 Upwards. Bureau Sets, $20, $25, $30 and up. Parlor Suits, Seven Pieces, Either iu Huir, Cloth or Terry, At 830, $35, S 10, 850 Upwards. Visitors to our city are respectfully invited to call and see our stock of goods, whetherthey wish to pur chaso or not Nos. "irii1 iSigisnBkjs'aCi sjaasA?jlMlsCH .Stanford, Ky. II I'nirl hi., Lutsirr Nhlr, Nrnr.sinln, t'liiclimiill, lih. O iiKMt.uiiut A lil tiii: ri.ACi:, that w. a. Ilnsii lilt; lot of GENUINE Furniture I sic COB W ! The Original and Only OSTTDEtODEI OO.. PIANOS AND ORGANS Mil WEST FOURTH CINCINNATI, E rs Willi Nluplim I.ainlililf. 3SES"W jA.JEl.jn INFRINGING UU IMITATIONS. HUlli: ANU GET THE GENUINE. y Celebrated Olivor. None olaim to havo a bet- ter plow; 'I'lit'lr only aim In (o ihhUuiim Kuoil a one. Jtuwnro ol all hiicIi iHiHalloiiH. Nee lliat Ollycr'H iiaiao Ih on tlio bt'HIH, HM HOIIU KVIIIllHt'. OlIlCTM lirt) oBsa loved, or Ihnnglit they did, at first tight, 8. M. llinNEY I now ready to repair and after two day of wooing, he took her Intuit 1'otatom at Alicr Owsley V gear ami harnen In the belt manner and acros Ihe river, and now death or the diHer. thai Corn Drill at Aslier Owsley V cheap. Shop at liaughinanV Livery Stable. vorce court on only separate, them. Vrnr iet patent Flour it A, Owslev'. -- Omvkh ami Cliainplon l'lowa at W. II, Drad. After living four day with RELIGIOUS. lllgglm'. hole In hUakull, Charley White, the little (TtMin'iir anJCIorerrWl for' sat liy nrgro cut hy Jtnt Mr. Ilarnra I winning hi way a usu Tall, died Friday afteri Asher Owsley. noon. al In lliwling (Irccn.. Ofar 100 oonfesslona Hamilton Ht'.m. Plow alwaya on An effort will le made at Colihly' 0niir rewarded his effort Sunday. liandat A. Owsley's. Mr, Miln' four gospel are described anj Timothy next Monday to open a hotel al ltichmond rir.u Oat ami Clover Heed at W. 11 HIWln Junction, with the privilege of aellfng aa No Ood, No Soul, No Judgment, No ltelrlh'utlon. Oil, 170 llipior hy the retail. Ilur Lou'itUI. Klder A. J. Trlbble ha accepted a call 11, from l'enrty AMcAlister. "Kesti'ckv'a finrt production, Old to preach once a month at Logan' Creek Watuiiw, Clock ami Jcwclrr repaired " private atock 10 year old llourbon and warranted 1) l'efinjr A McAIIster. llaptiit Church neaSlsnford. lUclnnoml 25 for aale at St. Araph Saloon per Keglaler. Writ Vimimia rent a gallon; at MeKotisrt A SUggV drink, 20 Cent; per hbllle, J2. John II. McLean, editor and proprieYotl will find the bent Somi Out. Mr. It. T. Mattlnalr ha tor ol the Cincinntti finquirtr, donated at Penny a McAIUcigar in town aoht Id Inlereat In the Ltncpln Mllfil lo $20 ki Hie JUrriion retltaliiind: Johnter'.. JuaT received a beautiful lot of llio lat iwioeri lOAii'ier, lor n,w. me nun nie believe In advertising. esl style of Jewelry. Call and mc 11. I now grinding 200 huaheht of wheat and LAND, STOCK AND CROP. datly. Comliinatlon 100 buahcla of coin Hr.r. the Double shovel John Y. Myer hi Hold hi fine gray Plow at V. II. HiKKln'. Sitiirle or Double Tilt: full time thle of pwenper (ralnt Turning 1'low. horse lor $160 shovel; or on the Cincinnati, New Orleana ami Text I II Pryorsold loJ. I) Price a cow Kjju Coughs and Oold use While Pine d M Pacific It. H. appear In thl tue. Pernon Hvfoti 'Coiupeiind, V11' UI' '" "' , and cal,fori"l,6., t . . .. A Supy;. nccaloit to travel on that road can luring tent hottlea by McltoUrt John 0. Lynn sold to John Sun OwsPerfumery, rely on If corrcclneM. A mr. line of Toilet ley, a yoke of oillle for $112 60 Hair, Nail, Tooth ami Clothe "(rushes, jAU.uv-Joh- n Waddle, who lire neat Sixty acre of land to go In corn, tery cheap, at Penny A McAlisler'. Waynethurg, wa lolgnI In Jail here Sat- rented'in'Clsrk coilnfy alf$'J'per'acro. "personal urday night by Oinatable Kller'on, on a The frmer have begun to sow oats. Kt.i.A Otvr.vs, a founer Indent, charge of a breach of the peace. He fired Seed is worth 76 cent xr bushel In thta Mi in at tomebody with a ahot gun. market. wai a guest of the College jicople. . j Virginia Has '172 tobcco factories, ".Mm. A. H Tr.KllU.NK, of Ilarrol-luirK- , NnxT Monday will he County Court, at consuming annually over 13,000,000 pounds i visiting MUrJulIa lllglln. we hope all peraonai Indebted which lime Mlis Mattii; Ituowf,of I.Micaster.wat to u will march bold I r up and liquidate. leaf tobacco. Sale, of one mue fpr $130; I at $140 Mn. Geo. 11. llruce. Ourexeni)now are nearly double what a (tirttiof her illcr, Mu. and Mm. John H. Huiu left they were and we need every and a pair nl $260 are reported In the lat tear, Howling Green Gautle Saturday for a montli'a alay In Clnclimitl. cent due lit to make buckle and tongue K. L. Hubble, of this county, sold a of Somerset.was Mr Ciiaiimk Hail, meet. l'leae don't wall to lie peraonally few day ago, U June A Haskell, of Ten. with Mr. J. M. Hail' family, the latter aiked. nessee, ono Jack for $1,000. part of lal week. Governor ha been aaked to cfTer Silas T. Cobb sold last week to M. F. Mimw Moi.uk anii Anka IIuhiiktt, of Lancaster, who are visiting MIm Nora reward for the murderer oi John Shank A r buckle, J5 long yearling mult for ltichmond Itegister. Murphy, took to the Kink with hrr Fri- and the colored man, Carr, and it it presumed that he will fix the amount in each A Pennsylvania company haa bought day night. the rel 10,000 acres of land on the Mt. Sterling Minim 1JTTKM.K AND MAMtK Antiio-N- cue at $250. We understand that returned to "New Albany, InJ., Satur- ative of Mr. Shanke will ofler an addi coal'rotd.'aml'wlll'oommence mining for will no doubt iron. day. The latter waa much admired here tional $1,600 reward, which bring the cowardly auawdn lo juitlce. I!en. Kohinaon, of Garrard, ha engagfor her beauty and graeofulnes. ed several hundred Iambi in this county at Fon Bai-- Kr.rriNO. The Cobb BrothLOCAL MA1TERS. and 5 cent for June 10th delivery, and 1) for er recently arreled In Indiana, July 10th. fllKijjfi itflkhun,' 0ira' House, brought to ML Vernon, for the murder of The KtUerprtAe say thai GahrielWood-ward- , March till. a man nimed Decker, aome time aince, of Mercer, raised 7,000 lb, of White Ihe Jailer here Friday, (Ir.RMAN Kraut, Pickled were delivered to by Sheriff W. It. Albright and F. L. Hurley Tobacco that he haa refused $22 Pig Keel, Ac, at McAlisler A Ilrfoiit'e. Thompfon, for aafe Keeping. Thl makea pel cwt. for. TnV. ter desirable ftnldem and five !x A ship load of Irish polaloe from prisoner in the jail charged with murScotland, wa landed af Ikmton, 'recently, acre lot of Mra. Mary Logan la advertised der. at a cost of CO cent per bushel. They are for ale"ln tlila Issue. A very elegant dinner wa given at Mr. worth $1.60 here. ,, A. A. Wauhex i agent or Ihe elegant, Geo. Vaughn' Sunday, In honor of Mr. Mr. S.T. Dickinson, the great aweet llgfit 'running New Home Sewing Ma. and Mr. Will Hall. Nearly every thing potato ra!er ol ltus-el- l county, delivered that la good wa on the table, and the chine. Call and see, his sample. a load of that toothsome roottoMr. Asher JouiiNAi. repretentatlve, who wa Owsley Saturday, that beat anything of The broad, new lavement Just complete favored number, dnlre to ex- ed'along Ihe sidewalk In front of the Chris- among the high appreciation of Mr. the kind we have seen. They are In a er hi pre sweet as tian Church fill" a long felt want. Vanghn' lupfrlority lo qiUrliifflo Hit feet state of preservation, and aa when they were dug last all. IIink. In order to give the 4,Il!g IV a longing of ihe Inner tiUn. The Louisville racea which were to chance to rehearse, the Kink will he ojn Penhonk. The three contested clalma hVveSicturred In May, have been postponweek instead of for Wednesday night of tbla Penlon of parties living In thl coun-t- ed on account of the fnundailoti of the Friday. and which were examined hy .the, Ex- ground! of (he Louisville Fair Association, Pautiim needing corn can be aupplled aminer of the Pension Ilureau at Washing- at which they werj to be held. Instead at Lincoln Mlllaat any time with any ton, have all leen reported iion favorably the racos will be onrlhe llh of July, and a am unl from a buahel to 100 barrel, from by him. The following are the casc: grand fair' beginning Oct, 2d. Cynlhian Ftwter, Lucy IUrnett and Kitta -SI to $4.23 per barrel. . fAt uartiUr sale of ' trotting stock in Harrlithe two latter are colored women. Jefferson county, Hi horse and fillies aold d Save Coht. Our limine mint b The amount each will gel I about $1,600. at an average of $225. The horse A I mo up before the Quarterly Court In AcvjUITTeu. Jim Tall, who killed an- wa sold Iq John II. Shockeney, of March. We do not want to warrant any Ky, for $1,010. The s me purchaa hoJy, but we uiutt have our money. Mo other little negro named Charley While, Maggie C three year old by driving1 knife hlada into hia skllll.wa Lytle. Aliter A (2i3S,(.) fqr $flt)0. The colt 8hock, two tried ywterday' before Judgellill and Carjien Siikhiik Mrr.yr.E and Deputy The proof'wss that Charley had yeara old, brought $3C0. ler and poe spent Sunday In scouting been ''picking" at Jim for One of thu largest crowd ever at n tome time, and Minor, the over lloyln county, ale tn Lincoln attended that of the perget that he cut him after being slapped and man who ahoT Ferrlll, but filed to threatened with a rocic that the boy held sonal rflect of Ihe late John Shanks, on v him. ern)l la allll Ijvlng1 In hit other hand. Jim I not over eleven Saturday, and of a consequence everything sold high. Corn brought $4 60 to $5.00 in AcvohdInu to the last' AsscsW ikhiIs ami Charley but a Utile older. the crib; wheat, $1.00 lo $1 20; bacon sides, there are 3,XWirotera,ln the county of Some ono who sympathiied with a cerdemocra. Shoald tain child It- coup!, lift on tbtlr door laj; cents; should!, 10; lisnis, 10 to 17; which 2,000 al lard,'2. Bhoata of about 100 lb ,"$5,40 alj theaaftarn ioutTi5:l Saturday the step the other night a large rag baby neatpep Iliad ping horsey $2L to $80, mlk a lively on7, ly tucked up in hawl, Ac. At first they cows, $20 to $30; 'J year-olalters, $30 50; genuino Heiti and blood thought it was a The old poatofllce atore, cow a sucking calve, $10 hi $15; bay, $10 to $30 of the large and varlol tatablithment of baby, and wer much relieved to discover per stack, equal to $1 00 per cwt; fodder, Ilrup,.yarren A Co, I being filled ui that It wa only a counterfeit. The fun- G cent shock, and fowl of nich there iil!iaodfrn glial front iow window, niest part abouMho butines was that Ihe 13 rooster and 11 hen, " cent a piece ,Cc., at a cot of Till linpnivement couple never said a word about the thing, round. The land, about 325 ucren, rented but let'the'too practical Joker give them- will add greatly to the look of the atore. for $100 to John HollicUw. J. M, relvsway hy telling about It. auctioneer. . Ilia late Dr. H. 'jj A l.l. lttrxona Indebted In IC or II. Judge IlreckInridge,Supreme P. Craig, mut fellle their acconnta liefore , LifJCQLN couNir. ;; , Treasurer of the Knight of Honor, raya the '.'lid Monday in Match, (Quarterly .,HytWilh- r we have done Iitf'drdfr an injury, and Coujt,) ele they will be placed In Ihe is being fully vindicatThe ground-hosend u a statement to prove that there hand of an officer. Pcrrona having claim ed, as a weather prophet. been only 17 auessment IhU'year, agalntt him will rreent them by that day have Where could a man rent a commodiand that the cost to member under 1 properly alleged. Ja. T. Craig, Adm'r. on the share T year of age ha been, including lodge due ous Pat Conway haa sold hi dwelling and ratnt but what It pour. There and alJLbut $21.60, A member Mi, year It never on the North tide of Main haa not been over two ahowa here Ihia oiu, however, had to pay $7250 The the the "Hig 15" advertise for Judge say a further that the order was Street, to Juo. W. Ueid A Co., for $1,000. a noon A number of aflectlonate cousin have March llh, here come tin agent of the never Mno're proaperou than ut present, Mammoth southern Mlntrel, and want and bid fair to have a long and creditable commissioned me lo express their earnest the aanie night. We regret that they can life. The regular monthly statement showa desire for lie "soon return" of Shack not aliow here a we learn they give an ex- that the Judge haa received and disbursed Huffman. No question asked. War i raging between the L. A N. cellent entertainment. , since last May over one million five hunand C. N. O. A T. P. Railroad. This the Tiirjtfgl! entertainment of Saturday dred dollar. accond fight I ever witnessed without takolght next promiiHE to I the beit of the PciiJiMY. Last ThuriMlay John S. Lee ing aides. The first waa between a goat kind ever given In pur Opera Hotie. The came to town with John Cain and swore that and a, donkey and I didn't care which boy a are thoroughly drilling themtalve Id a paper purporting to give the consent of whiped, their arta, am aay they will guarantee Albert Jenkins and wife to the marriigoof Hustouvllle I at present entertaining aattalactlon or refund the udmluion fee. their daughter, Sarah, to a live poet. He i a stranger to every one, outlook now ii that Ihe building will Calu, wa written and signed in In The good looking, alfible and intelligent-w- ear not hold the crowd that will attend. The license waa granted and the better clothe than Ihe traditional marriage celebruted, but on Friday Mr. A Fiiwii Staut. The wife of Mr, J. P. poet, and externally differs from ordinary Jenkln woro out a warrant agalntt J.ee, mortal only in the luxuriant gtowlli of McKinney, formerly of thta place, but charging hi in with perjury. The papers hi hair. On hi first appearance our unnowofTapp, Leather A Co., Loulavllle, were put in Ihe hand of Slurill" Carpenter, sophisticated village wa sure that O. prtMtitcd him on the anniveraary of the who arrested Lee,where he wai working at Wilde had dropped into the midst of it. birth of the "father or hi country," with Mullin' Stave Mill and lodged him in jail. lluslness, especially among the farmItS) pound boy. It la the accond child In a Lee's story is that the girl gave him the nine vea, and the father U iid to be aj paper er, I pretty lively. Green A William and told him that her father had have a brisk trade ill their line. They aa many a young man u oi uia urai written It, and that a he had the greatest tiroud old last Thursday, 1,100 bushel wheat to confidence In her word, he awore a atated. The only houae for rent In town, that of On Ihe other hand it I charged that the two neighboring mill. There is gteat de- Mr. Will. Craig, which wa advertlaed in entire paper I in the handwriting of Lee, maud for agricultural implements, field thta papr;iiiH boon leeured by Dr. J, J. and that he I not only guilty of perjury, seeds, Ac, which la encouraging, and a IraonA deStlif froutf Chatlanooga, and hut of forgery fa well. It is more than lively sale of pleasure csrrlsge which I now a houae" can not he rented here for probable, that he will have a hard lime a little mixed. The plow and farm wag-pthe mower and thresher, are truly phi love or money. Mr W.T. flreen.who will getting out. of what he calls a little fun.' losophical musical instruments for the ha been ell hi farm equipment 11. S. Porch, of Somerset, died last time. here aeveral day trying to rent, but la unThe remain of Faye lie Green- - whose able to get a home of any kind. A num- Thursday night, L. A N, stock la climbing up again, dalu,'occurrin'gl at? tAnc.hurge, l,JII preber of cottage U badly needed, and audi sume, announced in your columns being quoted yesterday at 70t an Invettiuent would pay. Hf.-l-IIgwhl-ky,Hsuii-lhuit'Oi- On Saturday, Wm. II. Apple, a sprig of a boy of 18, nblatnrd licence to marry A ciioiaKlotof both vtralght and Pat y Ml Sarah K, daughter of W M- - Illdener, ICV eht llfliir at McAllnler A llrighlV aged 17. A anuw rick valued at $20 belonging Tuesday Morning, Fobruary 28, 1882 A case of marrying In haste, perhaps to Mr, A. H. Mycr, wa net on fire by to repent at leisure, ha Just occurred at tramp fin turd ay night, and burned. L A N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Jerieraonviile, nd. Mlt ',Msnda Wat-kiof Urandenburg, Ky., and John HunFsiMrgrr trains N.rth ....... 11 41 P. M. flown Moundrel cut the lop of Iter. J, " Booth.. . " . J ter, of Memphis, Tenn., met for their first H. Him' buggy all to piece, Sunday night, time in Louisville Thursday lasl. They while It ,w a atandliig at Walhcn' a hop LOCAL NOTICES. Pimk I fit. i. coal cent delivered. I now aotd hue t 1ft MARRIAGES. QTA.IT3rORI3. rr e Ho, m retched hi home on Saturday. You will permit me, Mra Kdltor, to add a word In thl connection, The subject of thf notice, although widely known, wa inadequately appreciated Pussessed of a social temperament and a lively genlu he fell early In life Into habli of dissipation. At the beginning of the war of '01, he entered Into the strife with all the reckless teal of hi nature, serving mainly a a scout under Gen. Ed. McCook, This service bringing him at it did, Into contact with the roughest and the most desperate involving too continual peril, and ofttlme narrow escape wa net calculated to Improve hi moral or sanctify hi habit. In 1803 be wa married to Mis Kllen Harnett, of this county, and soon settled down to quiet life. During his wilder day he received a severe blow on the head in a brawl at a circus, which wa probably the procuring came of hi death, although he urvived the injury many years. Finding out the folly nl hi course, he abjured drink, and continued a zealous temperance man white he lived. Mr, Green wa a painter by trade, and an excellent workman. He had great mechanical senilis, and was expert In the use of almost all kind of tools, Of course thl versatility of genius waa a serious drawback to great success in hi peculiar calling. A time moved on the effect of the Injury alluded to became painfully apparent, and his more intimate frienda began lo feel gieal solicitude about the result. Their worst fear were realized. Softening of the brain ensued, and he wa taken to Anchorage, closed hi sufferings. where a few week Fay Green was a man of strong sympathies and generous impulse. The writer knew him Intimately, and though differing widely in taste and in pursuits, claims the privilege of testifying to his modest worth. With all the owers of hi ardent nature he loved hia family, cherished lfis Irlends, ministered lo Ihe suffering and aided Ihe unfortunate. Hi wife and four children the pride of hi heart, survive to mourn his departure. JlnjuitKat in jxiee I Englemnn's Mill. The prospect for wheat i very flatter- Last night a Mr. Peter Lonrie wa sitting In lit room over P. A. Mark store, he heard some disturbance near the window, and on approaching it wa met by a brick thrown violently from the on hide. The brick broke the window and sash and narrowly missed Mr. Lonrie, Thl Is regarded a a great outrage, a Mr. Lourle I not known to have an enemy in the county. Tht Primary Election. COMMERCIAL St 2. HOTEL, ACHES! J. RI.AI-4- roan, Kr. a.M.svsr.r.r.n;vnovHiKTOH. DOUBLE STORE. I hsv taken this Hotel In tharge, and propose keeping It flrat-els- is In avrry particular. Transient hoard, II per day. Mea's on ptiblle dsys, flJ-ltents. 2! A Chance for a Bargain. Tit $1,-60- 0. y ing at present, Most of the farmers in this vicinity have commenced turning up the soil. The people down this way sr rejoicing that the ahower of candidates will soon be over. Messr. Sam Engleman and T. S. Far-ridrew $10 out of the Louisiana Lottery the last monthly drawing. The high rise in the Hanging Fork damaged F.ngltman' Mill dam and race, no that they will be unable to grind for some time. Our little town, Rrighl, can boast of more checker player, than any olber town of It site in the State and also of more good looking bachelor. What a pity it I, that the girl wont marry for good look. Mrs, J. 11. Kngleman it convalescent, under the skillful treatment of Dra. Lewi and Carpenter Lula 1), the youngest daughter of Mr. James Slaughter, is quite low with pneunionin. Some of Mr. Ja. Robinson' children hive been stricken Mis Jendown with the same disease nie Sweeney, ol Lancaster, a beautiful specimen of the fsir sex, spent last week with the Misses Hanghman Mr. Dr. I. S Hurdttt and her pretty little adopted daughter, Dollie Debord, of Hrodhead, spent several day with relative and friends lureu GARRARD CQUNTT. s, Al the meeting of the Democratic Committee on the 14th of January, It wa ordered that a primary election for the purpose of nominating candidate for County office, shall be held on tho first Satunlar In March (4th,) between the hours of 7 A. M. ami 5 r. M , that it he ti'ra roee, and that none but those who voted for Hancock and English will be allowed to votr, except they were prevented by absence or sickness and are known to the Judge lo lie good democrat. It wa further ordered, that when the poll are closed and tho count made, the officer of the various vo ting place shall certify the number of voles that each candidate receiver, and forward a statement immediately to the Chair, man of the Committee, who shall In the presence of the Secretary and any other of thecomnlttee who care to be present, open such return, and, after ascertaining those of the candidates, who have received the highest number of voles, declare the nominee of tho party. The following gentleumn are appointed to hold said primary elections: At Waluut Flat Prcctnt-Mon- roe Curtis, T. C. Coffey, Judges; J, G. Lynn, Clerk. Crab Orchard If. W. Farris, A. Carson, Judges; Stephen Hurch, Clerk. Turnersville John Hailey, Richard Bibb, Judges; John O. Neal, Clerk. Huatonville-Samt- iel Iteid, M. S. Peyton, Judges; F. M. Yowell, Clerk. Wayneshurg E. S. Uooch, C. C. Hrown, Judges; Wm.R,Gooch,Sr.,Clerk. Highland Wm, Clymer, John Young, Judges; D. A. Rtugh, Clerk. Stanford-Jam- es IVxIon, A. L. Hale, Judges; John Wright, Clerk. In the absence of one of the officers, the other two can fill the vacancy, and in case none of them are present, tho County Committeeman for that precinct shall appoint a new set of officers. The voting place In the Turnertville precinct wa changed to McKinney, but by subsequent action it was changed back to Turnersville. The vote of the two StanfonI precincts wa ordered to be taken together in the County Court room. Thit ia republished io that there can be no misunderstanding in regard to the elecW. G. Welch, Chm'n. tion. W. P. Waltok, Sec'y. of Lincoln County ; It become necessary for me to carrect a false report which has been started on me by J. II. Hocker; he ha reported me off the track. I will say to you that I am a candidate for Ihe nomination of the office of Assessor, and will be until Ihe pole aie closed. Owing to the health of my mother it will be impossible for me to canvas the county, but I hope to be remembered by you on the 4th of March. W. C. BAiiNETr. To the Voters n w o Q I wlh lo sell my trset of Knob Lsnd CONTAINING 100 8llualed about 4 tulles South of Slanford, snd known aa lh old Toor-Hou- n Farm." II haa on It two small buildings, connected hy a porch, In which a small family ran lies eorarorlablri an 8prlr.g nesr the building; sbout 800 young Apple Trees of select fruit, many ol which are now bearing, snd a quantity of good Timber, tuch ss poplsr,.sk, eheilnut, Ar. . 8Unford, Ky, F.bmary 17, 1832. IggfaRl ssf "wJ 1 I f 11 o Hi AT OPERA HOUSE STANFORD, SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1882. I SI M Largest in tho Country I Every Feature Q New and Original Excelsior Art Rooms EDWARD H. E0X, Propr., Norlb-East Corner of Main and Third Streets, DANV1IXE, - - KENTUCKY listing recently refitted my rooms with all of th modern Improvements, I now bars lb o e NEW FIRM Finest Gallery In Central Kentucky! me. Whn you visit DsnTtlle, don't tail to call and see Respectfully, Ml-- tf Photographer Ky. Geological Surrey EDWARD II. FOX, 1692, A ly GRAND COMBINATION. M, Semi-Week- Interior Journal And the Louisville Weekly Courier - Journal Ono year lor 83.SO John Q Marrimon, a prominent citi- reprewnutlrenswspsper of the South, and the et, brightest and ablest family Weekly In th. United HUtea. Those who desire to examine a sample copy ot the Courier-Journcan do so at tbla office. two papers for little more than the price of one. By paying ua $3.50 you wilt recelv. for ono year your home paper with the Courier-Journa- l, the zen of Harrodsburg, dropped dead Saturday, of heart disease. ret-tie- Rich-mon- an lQr - ' d ir J'-OO. -$ (tig-glnn.- , g 1 ut ilore-hous- e Lancaster. AndrewS. Adam died from pneumonia. Thursday 23d. Landreth' Garden Seeds, in bulk and as $25. .. M... T 1!.- ....... .l. ...1 The Court of Appeals has confirmed the decision of the Scott County Court dett A Co.'. Jno. Lusk, a young negro of thia place, giving Frank McMurtry $8,000 for dania was detected in the act nf stealing some gea received in a wreck on the Kentucky bacon from Geo. D. Durdett A Co., but aa Central in 1878. The Special Committee of the House he did not get away with it, Ihe Court disha agree! to report in favor of allowing ci arged him. y the will of Dr. Miss $25,000 for attending Garfield In County Court JCIitabelh Wilmot, wa probated, and Jo. and Drs. Acnew and Hamilton, the con S. Robinson, who waa her Curator and Ag t sulting surgeons, $15,000 each. Wis exwas appointed her adm'r. T, D. Chestnut pected $50,000. The Union Reform Minstrel give was appointed and qualified aa adra r of their first public performance at Masonic Andy 8, Adams, dee'd, night. Cols. McIIenry Temple A crank writing from Danville, warn Sheriff Hlgginhotham, in a badly written and Jacob will apc4r a the end men, and worse composed letter, that unless he Capt. Mike Holand a interlocutor, Ma. liberates Austin by the last of March, thl Kinney aa the song and dsnee man, while town will be burned, and the inhabitant the Custom house organ, with Col. Kellejf murdered. Of course he is scared to at the key, will furnish music of the "John Brown' Body" order. All who endeath. Geo, D. Durdett A Co., of Lancaster joy a roaring farce are cordially Invited. offer canned goods at the following low Admission free, and a front seat guaranCourier-Journa(trices: Yarmouth Corn, per dozen, $1.60; teed to all who attend. .1 lb. standard Tomatoes, $1.75; 2 lb. do., $1.50; 3 lb. Kensett Peaches, $325; 2 lb. KKVT AIUUT11i:Ua"l. do, $2 50; Pine Apples, Apricots, Ac, at equally low figure. Give them a call. Coi'iiT Day Sales, Ike Dunn, auc- DISSOLUTION tioneer, sold 1 mule, $130; 5 cattle at $33; Tb firm of Maltlnaly, McAlliUr A Co, has Imb 9 calves at $14 25; 8 do, at $1380 and 2 dissolved by mutual consent. AH Mrscoi Imlebt-- J to tlie Bnu will uak settlement to Kobt. do., at $10.85; 1 yoke oxen, $82.50, 1 who also assumes all Ihe liabilities of tha J I.Y. B. M ATTI ponies one for $42 concern. horse, $40 85; 2 Texa K.T. MAXriNOI.Y, and one for $70.50. Mr. Hunter report 21 KlIHT. MrA.IJTKK. mulea from $10 to sale of 0 cattle The highest point reached by the Ohio river at Cincinnati, waa about 59 feet. Yesterday it had fallen to 50. Dr. E D. Force, one of the oldest and most popular physicians in Luulsville.died Sunday morning from heart disease. Yesterday waa the day set apart for Blaine to deliver his eulogy on Garfield, and crowds were teeming into the city to be present. Ticket of admission sold a high HALE& NUNNELLEY WHOLESALE AMD It ETA I L, DEALERS, ....:. Offer Special Inducements OOOD3! 1 IN Till: FOLLOWING ' SUGAR & COFFEE ATROCK-BOTTO- PEICBS, CANNED GOODS LOWER THAN EVER, SADDLERY & HARNESS l. o Q 02 AT A SMALL PROFIT, .90 52! A Bid STOCK OF NOTICE! am Lard, Bacon, Meal, Flour, &c'., All of which we offer at ! VERY LOW PRICES K1THKK ; $100; 1 horse $01. 1 fifteen-year-ol- d pirt-enc- e. Matter Com'r. II. C. Kauffman, sold -- IN HTANFOllDlast Saturday, the real estate of Mike Flaunery, dee'd., lying on the Sugar Creek pike, about two mile from Lancaster, at I offer fjr ! piliaUIr my ltout ami Lot, the following price: 122 acre to John locsteJ, In lbs West eni of Stanford. Hurdett, at $17; 140 to Pat O'Brien, at Th lot hss, bnMts tlisdvsltliig in J out houae, $20; 24 to Dr. Fisher, at $35; 24 to Theo. a coltago sultabl for a small faintly, and lbs Curry, at $27 25 and 21 to Mis Crowes, at whole Ilea In such a wsy that Mitral uior rolls-- li could U built, il'luj to esch s good jrsrd sod $13. Desirable House nnil Lot F0R SA.XiEl - FOlt CASH OK PIlODlJCEt We tre Agents for the Celebrated j-1- - cash: or GHILL AND STEEL PLOW, Guaranteed to give lathfactloa no sale. Also Agents fer (to t B0 HE COUNTT. n, Dann'llt. Mrs. Sarah Welsh, an old and respected citizen of Danville, died Sunday morn ing. The 22d waa celebrated by the student of Centre College in the usual manner, speeches, bouquet, and a large turnout of ladles, all of them lovely. A negro man named Jim Huffman waa accidentally shot iu the thigh on Ho tella the rather thin ttory that a cartridge exploded In hi pocket, but that he had a pistol. y, Evan In the Circuit Court Tucker and Shelby Moss were sentenced, the former for one year and the latter for three year in the penitentiary for hog stealing. Together they stole a hog; one was at guilty a the other, but the jury made the above difference in their Sat-utda- y. de-n- ie garden. 1'enous dralrlDf such property will plws call on o( sJJrtsi m at blanford, or plr to W, 1. Wtlton, oflbslKTKtioa JoUasiL. Jl-- lf Mra. MAHY LUUAN, Purchasing Agency. Hating opsned a Purchasing Agency In Louis-IKy.,lsui prepared by uy sxptrlene and connection with Iks leading bouse of lb cily J fl DAVIS SEWING MACHINE, Guaranteed fer five yean. Ts mircliHM) I) row GemI, Mil- FHrmiHrc.tVc, llHery,CHrfcli, For my patrons, on h most sdvsntagttut terms. PR0DU01EVERY KIND Taken in exchange for goods. DRESSES MADE TO ORDER All orllytbsuoit Fsahloosbls der will receive crelul ami prompt attention. ConnuUalos, 8 iter reul, Parties desiring sau or tuformsflon should send pies Doslur. IN WeitCheilnut MIKM GEO. H. BRUCE, M. LUUAN. bt Loulitllle. Ky. IUfareuces:-.lU- r. Ilea llulul. Csrrolluo. Kr.. Dr. Dudley B. KtjuoMi, Loultiillei K. U. Login, A. A. WARREN, T. W. MILLER. Cone one, coae all, and examine our goods before purchasing elsewhere. Respectfully, i editor iNTIUoaJoUKKAL. btanlorJ, lUr, lleo. U n- names, r.TSUgviut. IIAI.K A NUNNKLLEY. t venf-witSoet' A Nice New Came. - STANFORD, ICY. So mo of tho old saints hftvo now invented n now kind of podro. Whenwijrain-MltMjigh- t tho party February 28, 1882 jtcuro, tolciss tho oilier fivo times. Tlilsgamo is played with an equal division of Anecdotes of Elephants. tho sexes. Tho other evening, old QGhikljoiflro- - always ilelighWdJ with Uishop fixed up n pack of cards atones- - oY clepfiants, nriif hero nro with nino pedro and started a gamo soino remarknblo one, all nuthontic. right in among somo of tho prettiest ANptJU'HANTawoTnfffSFMKr'iv'yAND girls of tho ward. It happened, howDYINO. ever, thai the wirls anticipated his lit- In the Lnkanor, the capital of Sou game, and had a pack already without ball, during tho rago of au epidemic petJctH-lt- f They rung in tho distemper, tho principal road to tho any hmfsin old fellow, and startcovered with sick and cold palace, gato Vras mado somo big bids dying pforilo, extended on tho ground ed tho'gag.1ijHo exiectingTocpturo somo pedros, and and incapable of moving, though nt got seHiSeiroVtaio board every time. n time .when tho Nabob w,s of All tlifjKNrTTlfce girls kept! exclaimon his .elehant. ing, "Qli, afotlgthis a nice game; so g tho prince alwutjWJIlvos. of Ids, Aim' playing an! hour tho V'ith ,,vrhich excitinf." $jilijc55KJeTi3t the ,tovvef ing old fellow didn't s:o tho color of a ho s6Ught to.pftss,' m ledr,--1'aa- d tho dances and motions' atid Iicavjfcileps of tw ele- sinclo and giggles of tho girls caused him to phant,, eenMlo' tffeatcn inevitable daughters' of Zion dealii'td thosajpfcappy wretchoi yvho suspect that tho wcro rather getting tho best' of him. on thoso mere tricks with numbers, chaiccd totwlrfhel way.) llut-thwhich thdy need is a generous .quad'rBfedJiwUhoUt receiv- Ho finally got so far off the board that when tho thing ho was,' rowjtaffttivcly speaking, out good understanding of butinrt arith ing nny cowmandjto to pnrpoai, and on e lackf!ng this pce, of sight, ami ho gavo up Uie.placo to mctic. A thorough, persistent drill a young' man who was sealed near by, (he principles of common and decimal doitrauslyasswtwl tliopoorcreatarcs is what, the with hlltruiki reraovieg sora&wrais. watching tho game. In atwinkling fractions and pcrccntago tho girhTttwrtpseed tho pfcck again, pupils need most, and it is just what ingothersagj'slfpping over the rest; for tho rfeititwo hoursJlho sounds most of them do not get. jaUwtJiputJ suffered thoalightcst in and ' ofsmaitaltait'young ninnjVon could jury Trying to Beat An Honest aneuu'hant aonsnEayLAniA TO A bo heard all over tho roote.-J-Frowent from Carson to Bo- - Tncsday Morning, dk 'Ilje.'M-incrwiS- per-ishin- Sailing On State. Wo spend too much time in arithon tho A now means of metic In our schools. That is, wo ice has been introduced upon Fourth spend too much timo on hocssontial. lako, near Madison, Wisconsin, which There ore n great many things in our may bo pretty generally adopted sohool arithmetics which novcr or sel thatis,ttiiiusQofasmall,somowhat kito dom como up in after lifo, and yet we shaped sail, which each skater holds drill m thoroughly on thoso points as for the hrcfzo to catch and tend him wo do on thoso which enter into all tho flying over tho ico with a speed scarce- ico business calculations of lifo. For in- ly surpassed by tho lightng-lik-o stance, how many men find it ntccs-cssar- y boat. Theio sails can Ik mado any to uso their knowledge of duo- size, but thoy usually rango from six decimals in tho business which they to (en feet in length, and perhaps three follow? How often do circulating or feet in breadth at their widest part. repeating decimnls enter into a mer- They can bo operated liko tho sails chant's transactioniT.IIow many times on an ico boat, only with greater caso In his life does a farmer havo occasion for they aro held by tho hand at tho to multiply or divido compound num- tide, and a person urged oyer tho ice bers How many bankers remember by means of one, meets with oonipari-tivcl- y small resistance from tho nir, anything about least common multiple, or greatest common divisor? How and thcrcforo can attain great vemany men in any branch of business locity. A movement is on foot now can tell how to find the "truo remain- among the Fourth Lake skaters to der?" Not ono in ten thousand, un havo a num' or of tho affairs built, and less ho has been n teacher. Now it is soon a whole fleet may bo looked fur. Madison Journal. nonsense to drill pupils day after day Arithmetic, loco-moti- on w. i it i mm: y ol lh ltmocricr. It a rindl'Ute lor ASSESSOR, lulijrct to (Ik will HIC41IVW JIOUNK! Artiu-na- rniKcn MKKCTOKT. t Staaar J. II. It a tn.1l.Ult for ABSKiSOK, attlon oftha KtmomeT. IIOCICKU ul.Jt tuljrrt LANCASTER In any JOHN T. IIKJOINS, I'KOfttlKTOlt. XINTUOKi. it too A. H. J. N. Shut,nljfitt. Hurlnlrndnl. Tbt Wnintn't Mlnlonirr KKlttr mrrlt hft on Ika lit Snnilty In Mch month, at o'clock. Mrt. T. T PltlfM, lirttilrnl. MKTIIOPIST.BOUTlt.-Uay.- J. 8. flma, inornlnitD.I elthl. I IV. J. DAUmiiniTY to th te taataiMMtlofur OIUONKU, non oi mo itmorrtuc ptriy. v. J. M. turn, ranor. rmttr BArnsT-TuA rlRST CLASS HOTEL aixl fourth BuniUji, nornlnf and 1'riTrr Mewling tnarrry particular, Thpitronteot tho public nljhl. Hun.Ur Hchool at t.Mry WtJnr.lty lUrrsw a, m. It. K. l aollcllnl, in.l tttliftctlon (titrintirl. Hiiwrlntniltnt Ill-tf- afltr-ftoo- a. JOHN JH.AI.N It a rtn.ll.ttl for (MUNTV CI.IUtK, any ictlon ot thu IVmocrier. ant.Jr-r- ST.ASAPHHOTEL t to CliniflTTAN.-Wonnilia. I'rMctilai by KM. Jut. Htllon an Vlnl and Thlnl lnnl't lilt. "unlty Hcbnol at IS. Jot. Mtfrnr, Hutlntn.lnl. tp DTth MhIh Nt., Nlattfonl, Ky. juiin It a rtn.lKltte to the will oT the rM itAi.r. AH4KSSOn, tuljn-- t (M)tiTlt -I- Ut. I N. McKI. DHWIIYTKIltAN, L roy, itor. Xun.liy rvkanl Mrw, John W. Itonl, hurlnin.lf nl. Union Priyir Mtln(on fur niUMTY JOHN DINWxDDIEiPRO'R. iVKinfny nunii. I'rraorrirr. JlIDMi: J. liaramllilil t M. IM II 1,1 PS OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, IlKIHIT HT,8TANr1)ltli, KY , tot COUNTY ATTOnNCY, mix to tha will ol tha IVmocrtey. BOARD, $2.00 PER DAY. Sjieclal Accoramotlat on to Coinraerclal Travolera. t ., NA.1IIIi:r, KNJI.r,.HAN W!E, imm ia (,. MKautupfttt. Jt It a ctnilMitofor JAII.KUof Unw.ln lo Hit ictlon of tht Dfinorrary. (imnlr.inb Baggage Transferred Free of Charge I have recently taken charge of this honio and intend to hare flrst-cliaccommodationi, H'JI. COOLUY It arioJIJite for JAIt.KK oHJnrolnrountr.iiiu. Jtel loa Drniornllr primary tltcllon. Ilrtilitonn, Ttblrti, An. Mtll.l Work of all limit DtrrO. l on neatly iwi-In- l noil mill-(i- f I loo guar. tlfniandttll. Ii CAl'T. THUS. IIIVIIAKDN a Camtliltle lor JAIt.KIl of Unrein rounty, tulijKt to tli attlon of tho Ptraocrary. e ' m DltnSSED. JV9oplv"ot which, jutheoursOiPX tho war between the French and English' in the East Indies, in' 1759, had received a wound by a cannon ball, aftec Ixungfoncejo twicp conducted to the hospital to have his wound dressed, constantly attended 'tbtlifniself at the proper time, till it was healed. That, tho,surgeon might.pjjerate ,ha readily extended himself on theground He boro with patience the application even of burning caustic tp his .wound, Tho acutencss of tho pain would sometimes force from him a plaintive groan j but to the- person who, by in dieting momentary torture, sought to accomplish his cure, he expressed dic, Col., on horso back," said Maj, v gm legend. Max, "the road was not very good, There was 'aWaJispute abiom; three the toll houses on either side were numaidens as to wWich had Vt most merous, and when 1 had traveled a beautiful haBd7Ono Bat hfa. stream fow miles I knew my money would and dipped Jier band into --H$e- water soon give out, as each tollman assess and hsld it up; another plucked ed me from SI to SG. I resolved to retke'ends of her fingers trench. The noxt tollman, who came were pink, and another gathered vi- out on a pair of stilts, yelled out: 'Foot Gen. Washington is said to havo olets until her hands were fragrant. or horso'back?' 'Foot' says I, although stopped his horse, as be was onco An old, Jiaggard woman passing by I knew my horse was still under me, along a country road, to adminasked: JtWkfirotl givo me ajgifl, for for could see his cars stick up abovo ister this rebuke to a profano plougham poorT-'i- ' All three denied her; but tho mud once in a while. Well, in I man : "My friend, I am older than another who sat near, unwashed in that way escaped payment for a you, have many times been placed in ftho stream, unstained with fruit, nu- - long time, tolling tho tollmen, wheth adorned with flowers, gavo her a little er they asked me or not, that I was positions of difficulty and danger, aud tho f iLt 1 "When I A1 P" Statistics of divorces in Massachu setts exhibit an extraordinary and alarming increase. Sinco 18G0 no less than 7.283 divorces have been obtained in that model State. Since 18C0 tho number of yearly divorces havo increased in that State from 243 to COO, whilo tho number of marriages havo increased only from to 12,89:1. The ratio of divorces to marriages in tho Stato in 18G0 was 1 to 21.2. Tho statistics wero prepared by Mr. Carroll B. Wright, one of the roost careful statisticians in this country In Vermont tho ratio for the last eight or ten years is 1 divorco to 10 marriages; in Rhode Island, 1 to 14; in Connecticut, 1 to 11. 12,-10- It MYERS HOTEL, SOUTH-EAS- milMraralih. tppllca-llon- . J. s. litriii.Il.litefor no.sr.KY tulijwt lo tht action of lb AJiSKSSOIt of IJnroln roualy, Uf morricr. I. It a It. CAKl'KXTKie iutJct STANFORD. KY. KENTUCKY'S ROUTE - Propr. E. II. BURNSIDE, EAST AND This Old and Woli - Known Hotol Still Maintains its Chesapeake & Ohio R.R., High Imputation, AND la a ctnaiJite for COUNTY ATTOIIMAY, to the action of tbt Itiauratl party. TIION. IK XKWIjAMi rtmlllatforr-l.ttlon to thiofflceof iuIiJkI to tht action ol th lriaocracy. JAII-K- Iti Proprietor ii it Shall be Second to E. W. IlUOtVX TY JUtHl Hotel ia the State in iu Fare, Appointment!, or Attention to Comfort of their Oneiti. will ha Determined that no Country OKLT lllrrrt llonlo wltliout Change of ('am t aatwaaa nil mt It a CtnJIJtt tuljrct fur to will of lb lo tli Itfinocrary. offlco of COUN- Baarair T. 2f. IENNIXGTO It a CanillJila for rMlecllon to th otOc of AHSiasOll. Sul.Jrtt to th action or th Drntoo racj. frt orrhargt. lo UCommcrrltlTraitlrri.arrMoltllt ht Tht liar will alwayt with tha cholr.it C'ltara. arttttori. laaart aid atlarhrd.An iralltal Llitri It roattiril itlld sltl ta aa from tht4rol l(riitnrU) lolmtillt, UUIiuiond, anl tbt nhvrlnt, IJulrlr.l tuj uio.1 Cniatltl.l llout to DA.NVIM.K, iiv4 lluntlntfl, Stiunton, Char- - I.YM'IIIIUIMl, .MiltfOLK DNTOTI03I5 INCORPORATION II. U Tbtmpton and C Cniuif; OEO. IV. IIOIIIUTT It a ftmlliUU oo for at CONSrAllLGof Huntonl rrrrtnrt,iulJtrt lo lb action of tho Democratic party. Virginia ! & North Carolina Fointi. Cottiiaa Aitariiap. 1'l'ltMAK I J nose but'emo'ions of gratitude. (1KEAT ArTKCTIOX. OF THE ELEPHANT from one of Iho hunters had broken a raalo elephant's for a lee, dlsab'ledQiim-- from wh'Kfli IfctiitipleVely ljtmuot vfn aa.ei'Ecivfi. A shot " ent of all reason, spread into Persia and over'all'AsM, and spared neither ago nor sex? 'In 569, the year of tho birth of Mahoafed, a powerful Abysin-ia- n arrayuhder Abrahab, besieged Mecca, bgtjvv&ro obliged to raiso the wound. of tho small pox ! siege on account ) M M A? Carel Kriegcr, a celebrated ele- breaking on t. amongst them. . It was phant hunter, met with his death in brought to thisjeountry from' Europe the following manner.' 116 ha-- i been iu 1527, in the person of anfgroslave an indefatigable and fearless hunter; who landed in Mexico, which was de- heitiglalio atiexelleBtfmarkS vasled by the jilagua which traversed t(W Venture'dMLfo'thV ttott tho American Continent. Iu 1G33 loss dangerous situations. One day, hav- tho Indians of Massachusuts.j wero taMiss Jennie F. Westbrook was arresing with' this" party", pursued Au ele ken off the faco of tho earth in multited in Now York Friday fur weartudes by Uie.small pox. Cf phant which ho had wounded, tho ir-ing boy's clothing, and sent to Black-well'Hag Cholera. L rtlatcd aajraal 'jsuddenlyturue( aroun d Island for six months. She had The Irtwistown, Illinow. Gazette una Bingiiug out trom ttio rest the perbeen dressing as a boy for two years, son by whom he had been wounded, says: Eyeryjrtpapcr in tho United and held a confidential clerkship iu a seized him with mi trunk, add lifting States ougmvdeaasioually rajkeen tho large firm. She had committed no his wretched victim high in the air, fact before jitsjreaders thapfurnt corn crimo, was respected by all who knew bog uaaneu mm witn teanui iorce to me is a certaitijauiLspeedy curo-'fo- r grouud. HU companions, struck, with. cholera, fho b3t way istoTfnake a ho?rr, ine(J Vrecipittrely' 'from' tho fa- -' pile of coriFon the cob), effectually ges. in order to command larger wa . tal sceue, unable to turu their eyes to scorch it, and then givo thejnlfected ! A Wonikh' who carries arouhd'niilk behold the rest of tho tragedy. But on the following day they repaired to was discovered by E. E. Iqck at the in Paris said a naivo thing tho other the cooks to whom sho thejjot, wbqrethey collected tho few time his distillery was bjirngin this day. One of looked into tho can and brought milk bones that 60uld be'fouud, and' buried county, together with a large lot of tho spring. Tho enraged stored corn, which was so much injur- remarked with surprise: "Why, there them near animal had not only trampled his ed as to be unfit for use, and greedily is actually'nothing but water I" The bodyjlitcrallyto pieces, but,cquld not eaten by the hogs, several 6f which wuraair,, having satisfied (ij'.rppU as to feel its vengeance satisfied till it had wero dyiug dally. After tliii second tho truth of tbestateo)ent,8aid: "Well, pounded the very flesh into the dust, day not a single bog was lost, and the if I didn't forget to put iu the milk." BObthat, nothing remained ot tho un- diseaso entirely disappeared. Tho A country paper in Illinois says fortunate raau excepting a kw of tho remedy has been tried in a uunibcr ot among its local items: "No word has larger bones. C cases since, and has never failed. yet been heard from Abraham Lever, 1 newspaper Merino l readers are acouaiut- yield from 10 to who went ofl two weeks ago with his hired girl. Until the Now York rforM's fable 20 Ibsofwoolrper head, and tho Cots- - wife's class his return tho Sabbath-schoo- l of the elephant and tho partridges. wold evemwore, while ccrub sheep Wliilond'clephant was browsing' thro givo onlyrfroai 9 to C lbs. Tho flue will bo In charge of Ilsv. Mr. Perkins. d' running. On this occasion, there occurred a touching instance of affection and sagacity in tho elephant, which will illustrate the character of this noble animal. Seeing the danger and distress of her mate, the female, re gardloss of Jier own peril, quitted her shelter iu'Uie l)ub, "riwlied out to his assistance, walked round ahd round him, chasing awny tho assailants, and. 8tiTilreturneU to his side and caressed Mini; ami .wuea.he attempted tohvalk 8b e placed her flank under his side and supported him. This scene continued nearly half an hour, until the femalo elephant received a severe YfCHj9fljwhiqhdrbveher agfiin tcrtlho bush, where she speedily eauk ex hausted from the los3 of blood; and tho male soon after received a mortal gift, andfrntiiflSi tho poor woman. And theSjslie asked them what was tho dispute'riaaUjhey told, and lifted up before her their beautiful hands. "Beautiful, iMeed," said she, when she saw tliera.But when they asked her which was the'most beautiful she aid: "It is not tho hand that is wash ed clean in the brook; it is not the hand that is tipped with red; it is not the hand thafir 'garlanded witrrfra-grant flowers, but it is tho hand that gives' to tho poor which is tho most beautiful .As she said theseworda Mflari.ifanr ittift iirtiT tbrona her away, nndshe stood before'them an angel from heaven with authority to settle the question iu dispute. -- travclieg afoot. Everything went where a smoothly until at a big, burly,-rasccame out on stilts and carrying a shot-guJust as I assured him I was afoot, the mustang I rode stretched his whole bead out of the mud for a breath of air. I never felt so mortified in my life, but I could not blame the horse, for it hadn't taken a breath for forty miles. The man lev eled his gun at me and remarked: 'Yer a nice party to try and beat an honest out of 810. How d'ye expect wo'ro goin' to keep this road in order if wo dont get paid for it V " toll-hous- e al lor tltkttt and furlhrr lofoimitlon, api& Tht ntrara of lhrururalort aro J. 1). I'hiblUr. your marrtt ticket offlre, or tddmi t.i, th Dinio ol th. anu I'aMenit' Ag't, Lot- ifie. corporation It "I'aaxaL font. l'sMrar,"tDd lt(t.n,ky. ritit ni lit prlnrlptt pltr or IranucilnfbnitnMt It lint llbckcutl II. W. I'lil.l.KK. The Meat and Provision Store, Hill, nttur of (Vunty. Kentucky. Tim to .- - W. HMITII, ral t lh huilam propowd (Itn'l tleL'l Mtnafer, 'i, traauclot lilhttof inlolnr;, ihlppiac aod atlllna -lUniMoap, VlaulalA. Hat for ule from flOO to ItOO worth of Hotil coal and tht purchtM -- od mi ol tupplln in J coDilitlnc of Tibln, Dlihit, llrji, have had many things lo perplox and Ijimp,, Ktotrt, Ac ThOM wlililoc to buy tnrrchiadl.. Th amount of ranlttl itcck iu "BLUE-QRASrb rnrportllon may E0UTE." can ico hlni at hit pltcof builncttooMtln itrrtt, thorld It f mV40 tiuiibtaa whan tluuttro of atld rtpl-tannoy mo, and I havo always found oianrora, xy. Hock hit b- rn iuUrrtLrl for and paid for by that it did no good to get angry; and Tm 'III Lnlrttt liiinrovrtl ! con.. jiuc. to It ot rrtt nUtK and iflrr nld f I0O.. OTO hat hern 10 and nabl In. Ih botnl that neither broken ploughs nor any Prize Demas of director! may autborlt mhKrlptlont far tlock, to I paid la. ai uity b pmcrlbd by Mid totrd. thing else can bo mended or made betCprnll QaUf 'B any aioounu, untltth capital itnek euuali lb OblUII Odlf im ol f 200.nu) Th corniratlon ihtll cnmmrMW -- TIIK MOST HrinAHI.K IUIUTR T- tter by tho uso of profane language." nnrl I atho ' 'hruary ltIK.and ttruilnalaJaauaryll, IW7. Qllli LQUIB TbeiiTinofthrorporitlon aro to I cun.lucled e rut arm la by a board of ft dlrerlurt, who thall tier! a Gen. Grant, when asked whero was njrMrrMWltb , Krcr? tary, and lb pora'a. lnbtr with W. P. Crook and John B, iT his aword he wore at Leo's surrender, B. i.itiii: fWi directIker. thill ronilllul tli nm botrd of U beldV PriZB HollV ora. TheOr.lrlwlloiifoedlretlori.li.il -- Til K ONLY LINK UO.SNINO- said in reply: "I didn't have any on. ,.. .. I ou lit Monday lo ithruary, IM3, and annual-5I- ? 18.00 fl 1 Z.ZZl '? ,.Ihereaneroraiauon . tbereiTier it pnelkiM. 5 tho luknl .i i sciuoin woro a sword. I ltd wear .,mM . .. m i.Hr ..nt, i..i. ... w m... r.ir a. Cbrlitwai Pr.Mat lo-- t luccewon ire e Ire ml and qualified. The blfbrtt one at the battlo of Shiloh, and it j amouu. u, iouruieineM or iiaoiiii, 10 wnieu in Mil til arnd for 1 mr rVMilMrrtn- - ruriorallon laat anr liiu lo eublect ltailf It lb saved my life. A ball struck it and HCTWKKNproperty or tht itock- iieiiicu.oi f i.hI.1.. IIO.OU.-Homll fawi and Hunnllra. iiunior i. .ai... rrltat iroiu Brortirat dtbu. broke the scabbard, which dropped on " All n..cbl,.r.ti,1,unrriurer-tot nrirra " tho field. I believe Mrs. Grant has J J. WATROUS, 4 A: 42 Arrmle, Cln.O. l.iixlnuton uiitl Clittiliiiiull. me uuuie. ono is better at saving J. T. HARRIS, Who krrpi .. c. l'i'r w S 20-- ir al - luhM-rlt- LiU jl 111 '",u i Incor-.-?.- CINCINNATI! -- ' ii-.- I t.i SHlHBmuJ PREE PARLOR CARS a .,.. End of a famous Rose Tree. than I am. ?v(J- - HK& jDaugherty &Hyde SurrriMit to TIMKTAHLK. IN EFKlXvT MAIIC1I II, lltl:- u - - - Qrigtn of Small-P- r It is stated that smallpox orignated in Egypt in the year 554 and spread in two directions-Alexand- ria and Pal estine. "Tho deseaso raged mdepend Recently a high wind destroyed the famous "Gold of Ophir" rose tree, in Grass Valley, California. A Santa Rosa paper says tho stem was 20 inches around, and the shrub itself had grown over and around an oak 50 feet high, only stopping in Its upward progress from lack of something to climb upon. When in full bloom nothing could be seen but a mass of golden flowers, forming an object of almost indescribablo beauty and splendor. It was, as may be well supposed, the pride Of its owner, who, when once before a strong wind partially uprooted the supporting oak, weut to considerable expense to restore it to its upright position. But tho recent injury was irremediablc.and lovers of tho beautiful in nature regret the went out to seo a friend for a moment,'' remarked Jones to his wife as he returned to his scat in tho theatre. "Iudeed," said Mrs. J. with sarcastic surprise. "I suppose, from the odor of your breath, that you had been out to see your worst enemy." Jones winced. "I just Im a? BBSS T! Iauhrrly A Itoliuet, l.f. Iilnton ' Miynillr.. " Arr. tlnclnnitl .... . . ST.iN'l'Oltl). . - KKNTIK3KY, Mi.it'rimaara or " ryntblint r.iiuvuiu. in. l'arla.. ..I aiU ...Hm. .. .... MMY, M a u IM p a aallT-.p ta 8Au a ui I uA aiAA p ia ami ..ilO.OO am 4.M pm IlltU a ml CM f iu 7 I0 pa laeTlllr 15 p. at lilnton lilurtuu Fine Carriages, Buggies, 4 3A p. iu and inlet at Utya- Kre Parlor Car leatr at 3.lip. m. and Irate ITnelnnill at 7 p. u. Patti has gone, aud also Maud S Patti went in a palace car, and so did Maud; but not both-iNeither will Maud run the East or elsewhere her company. Muud virtuous young Iady.-Sta- to the same car. with Patti in Maud chooses is a strictly Journal. STILL LEADS WITH THE UMBTB. nr INTHEWORlD. AND CluMrannrcllonniadlnClaclnaitl for all pulatt North, (Uat and Weil, hmlil ratet to Knilirmti. Aik th A'rnl at th iluit-mmr- d plirr lor a ol tbt "lllu llnu Moult." Itoui.d. trip ticket! from MaytellUtnd Lrilnitoa loCtn. clnnttl bo hi at redurrU rate. Kur rate on bouvhold rmhla and teeitern tick. eU, addrraa CHAs A llABI.rnT. lira, CuUratloa At., Coilnitoa, Ky. JAMKSC KIlNaT. 0 P.AT.A. Norristown Herald: An Erie young man has been turned out of church for dauefng. He now wishes that ho had gone to a Sunday School picnic and hugged and kissed the girls in the religious game of Copenhagen, aud thus retained his good standing in the church been whipped by your teacher before?" ho was asked by his pa. And then tho good littlo boy who never told a lie said: "No sir,'! and as he went out ho finished the sentence by remarking: "But I havo beeu whipped behind." AND WAGONS PHAETONS, OF VJlSt-"'?BlH- a Wiifek. SELL THE BEST ALL KINDS. BUGGY ON THE FOR THE GLOBE MONEY. OF iiiaiiurarliira Carriage, of all ilewcripiloni, ' employing oulr flril-claaorLmen and ualna only aret-clt- n nulrrlal, and aril at reaioiubl flgurra ttylt, workuumhlp and idtterlalrnn.ld tml. till lrAIIUIIc.UTY A IIYIH. "Havo you over SEND FOR CATALOGUE AND TESTIMONIALS BR0WNS i HUNDREDSOF LIVERYMEN VHO HAVE USED THEM A-.AlDD IRON BITTERS a cert n IxkMi j , RE. SS" ctk.V' Why is it that whenever you are lookiug tor anything you always find it iu the last placo you look? Tho COLUMBUS OHIO. reason is because you always stop I hara been haadllnii yout OKMTLKHr.a looking when you find it. Burlingetc, llrcwiltr tide-b- Ku wigont, pbarlom, glten for th entire far they hat pait four year. ton Hawkeye. Mtlafactlan toall who hat bought Ibnu, aud I In tell a great tutny loor tula ttixct to Ulble pratloui ye.n. any The Giraid Eitato in Philcdelphia teaaon than abl of tho all or.lvri pruutilly,Tru.tlug I am, to nil you will Ik NltnOLit lliXKt, Micryiuiii. has an income which is gradually wearlafayclt, Ind. ing a million, the returns for the past niaTLttuaxt WthntWeo uilng audnlllng twelvo months footing up nearly 8900, your work In Clarke county for th pait Mir yeara with th belt tatli'actluii to ouraelrct and unlTerully ac 000. This great trust is still iu its tuilouiera. Your buggle ara Ix th rery Iwtt knowledged Ly our cuitouiera to for th prlc that can W bought In tb cuuutry. infancy. Itpronounced 0 A Chicago man has bet another that corn will not sell as low as G7J cents a bushel in either May or Juno, and 85,000 moro that it will not bell as low as 57 cents. $5,-00- Mil opv n 0 nnow.vs mo.v unTEns nro it vuro ibr all tllscn,ca rculrlii n coinplcto tonloj I eapo-clal- ly I nillKi-H- t Ion, Dyapppslu, Intcr-mllte- itt Ji t4ee-p.wil- d Your CoiuMuatlon Bprlng lluggy by all to b th llneit. aortrtt, and railemt tiding buggy bow In um. Your Urwiitrild.Ur wagon It certainly without a ilral Taking all Iu all, cannot b wa fearlMaly My that your buggle tlulib, and durabeaten In Hit country for bility. Yourt truly, ttyl, Bprlogueld, Ohio. ip-r- the jungle bu'v the island of Ceylon, sheep eat no mc-r- than the scrub aud she saw a nest of young partridges. produce much more Jlesh, to say noth"ooVHolrfessClIttfotBiug8'',sPafd ing of the superior quality of both wool the elepbaut. "I will be a mother to and flesh. Therefore, keep ouly good you;" and'lbrthwith she bat 'upon the sheep. young birds. The Union Democratic You make a great mistake iu Iteforraers of Kentucky are the world yrilLbreak. J1L iu motherless birds) and the ltspubltcau pieces when you leave it. It is barely Iarty the elephant. When the elo- - possible, on tho other hand, that you pliant1 gets up, a depression la the are perajsteutly stunding iu the way ' II earth will alone show where the nest ot a bettor maa. .0.1 i o think-iug.that.t- Do you wiali your uiuicultr nfiUm , r trtnijtbeneJTl 1)0 oul uerJ Si illainlint Au ifitchnuge inqures : .Dce tbaflf kln'd tndVrindly lo the brilnT Do jiauging )roveut:ctr!ue?" It certain you deiire good lleali and healthy bloodr ly does. Who heard of a man com- - Theb ,ielIJrownV Irortf JlltUrK Jl will mittlog.acrlmbofier hewiii hanged ? lift oiIrcae extctly. ' was. Courier-Jqurnal- il"ili . (iiuTirui.: I bat had In llrerr now for The gross receipts of the Opera Fesa dollar for orer two yean, and liar not tival in Cincinnati ure. placed at A polico court is u very accommodat new. ou Iheui, aud tli or look uatily aagou.1 at aertrai otner Klatu nt $1.04) u bottle Hire had uugglre good at tha Culuiubut ' ' Five-sixth-s aud dnd nun ao of this big sum Igoes ing, place to transact business. If you lluggy Couipany'a buggiet. ltripeclfully, I1UOWN OIIUMiaVtt CO. T. K. lltoiuain. llalllnuiro, aid. into the pockets of rnunical aud mana- havn't the money to pay cash, tho Conyert, Ueorgla. Hw tluvl all In Mtur ir. aifct. ht llaw. Ch.hic C k. .rwiwl ,r4 Ma. It I rJ- - hut . a rai'l- - e gerial adventurers. judge generally gives you timo. Uevtlkuxm! Tb huggl I bate bad of your BEWARE OF IMITATION". ,i uiaiiuntflum liav tflfau ma eotlra tatllfacilou. ,,Oue.r,edepjuiug Jeuturp.ojL Mprmou-UrA Philadelphia judge declares that They aretbabwt I liareeter uied fur th tain seems to bo that it does .not throw ho can see no difference tetween gam- auouulof uiouvy luurt truly, Ureryuiaii. I. CuLLiaa, the burden of the support of a bling iu stocks and gambling of any Joplln, Uiaaourl Dtsci lc(PA UKNTLaUKK: I bar been connected with th other kind. oil poo wpmau, "tff ifrZafW uianufailursof and dealing Iu buggies fur Sfleeu year. Tour work dor till loon in uioii lariory A thermometer, plunged iu the wood. 4 Oyster eggs, when just spawned, are work, but la auioolhlv niilihfld Iu uwd IuIrou. Kilullng and Irluiuiiag. Mattrltl bat pratedth the depth of four (inches, will about one snow to to lluggy Cbuipauy'a bugglea of an inch in U DWJflK of Ik txit. Tbty run light. teryoiilt mark nine degrees more heat than the diameter FOK 1882 ti9Hha thl touuty who hit bought your bugglea are well pleated) thay gilt th beat of tatlifaellou. VlJll4aiUt.aiiUUli4lM.l4.aiUUiiMkiiMr,Ulwl s u rf ace. I.U4. ti..rt.fliM(. You ii truly, r.rlfll. II muiUIi.. Si. 1u4 k.M.1 aaJ tm.ik.. uf uiqderu tiiuri ,'i'h,u)twt.fioteJ well U.iruiiM,ai4rtdUMrffiiili. K. K. WiTT. Wlucbtilcr, Ilia. iwo MktL, .1 .M4LU liU I W,f Sm4. PU.ll. Rifles are now sighted up to much have publicly atttntod to Hit value of tlMM l..liwU. u lit Jtfitt'r.a IH U Um II.m a.n rwt.1. M ...lla u tk. Ailtr.i.a ra formerly, wmo up AerVClmry lVcloral a a euro for cousin longer raiiges-tharly.ala. .wtMf .t.u.1.. U.a..h.,i.UIiyfw.JfliM " lu.UH.Tm.lB.auiM.il.lU.'aurt ' and roll. yards." P. M.FEHttYfc CO., Detroit, Mich, lo Dealer for Lincoln and Garrard Cos. , 805,-OOfuitnu-ficturtau-' n bus-bau- Want of Appetite, orHttetiKtli, Iiitek r Kneriry. etc. lCnilclieo tlio 1)1(mh1, Mrcnutli. can tho inttkclcM, anil kIvoh now Mb to tlio nerves. Acta llko a chnrm on tho tlltreattvo rcinovlntr all ilvupeptlo uyiiiptoma, Httclt uh titHllii; Iho Ibotl, llelcltliiK'i lleut In tlio fitoutuuli, lleuitbnrti, etc. Tito only Iron l'rciiurtitlou thntwllt not liluekcit tho teeth or Klvo Itcathichc. Kold by till Druc orf-utis, rcvi'i-u- , otner uiseases resulting from a disordered state of the digestive apparatus. Ai n Dinner I'll! they have no equal. While gentle Jn their action, these Tats are the most thorough and searching cathartic that can lie employed, and never cIvb pain unless the bowels nro inflamed, and then their iulluouce Is healing. They stimulate the appetite and digestive organs; thay pjierato to purify and enrich the blood, and Impart renewed, health and vlcor to the wholu system. Foul Stomach anil Iircath, Dizziness. u ::,.. ,"1""1 llllloutucss, Jaundice, iijri nuHiuHasa. Jthautiiatlsni, l.ruptlons untl Skin Diseases, Dropsy, Tumors. Worms. Nmirnlrl rii.tii. "1V,,c,t..M,trI,uttt Dysentery, Gout, I'llea, Disorders of tho Liver, and all tlio choicest cathartlo principle! la medicine, In proportions accurately ad. Justed to sccuro activity, certainty, and uniformity of effect. Thoy ara the reault ot years ol careful study and practical ci. perlment, and are tho most effectual remedy yet tllscoTered for diseases caused by derangement of tha stomach, liver, and liowcla, which rcqulro nrouipt and effectual treatment. AYEit'a ritu ara sneclally appllcablo to this class of diaeaiea. Tli.u act directly on tho digestive and assliui- it reculai healthy action. Their extensive tlio ll pnyatcians in their nractlea. ami liv aft civilized nations, is on of tha many proofs of their valuo as a safe, sure, and e perfectly reliahle inedlclue. llelni; cotnjiouniUd of the concentrated virtues of purely vegetable substances, they ate positively freo from calomel or any injurious properties, and can lie admin. iiiercu 10 cnuuren wilu perfect safety. Avrn's Pills are an effectual cure for Constipation or Costlvctictt, Indices, tlon. Dyspepsia, Lost of Appotlte, Combine pnrj-atlv- Cathartic Pills "" Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer Lowell, SOLD 1. I & Co,, l'rucllcal and Analytical Chemists, Man. ITtniWUIlI. IT LL naVOOISTS WNUA2Li . 1 PATENTS Tnulu We cxintlnuo to Mul ' -e n t, .?hliutMatic tpleudld lllia-yiMlf .ivt riaiattJ.aOajiiur.ilioiiatuoPiiwniM ,.i l iiMtoali.e.aiidluuaiiruurui; j.ieu.ul . In. H0,s oi, 1'alHit Hulk imiMi. AUMiK'AN.3T-uiUow. . lialial tlilrt)-llt-i.lu I.., lurtlUiuioiaOiwIlutliugn. )urkiiirrleure. PalriiU Uul rMi'te .'I'd I'anudu, I iiiu, at. t Ul Ol) t Iglita. JiiiLi-ri-, fur Ihii hm-Lin. art ntrViIIdUir for Patents. Caveats UulUxl blulra! etc. Hu I .f ii.!. I..lk. it, riilkaikulailillliu-iiu'rnw- V