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Semi-weekly interior journal: March 3, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882030301_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: March 3, 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. u -u.-L- Semi Heelli Punched Coin. r. nittU 3, 1882. lonfnaL NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER VOLUME ' . .- STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH - 22. SiijiUcIilunitriofoiifiraI W. T. P. WALTON, R. Cditor and Proprietor. WITON, Business Manager. Subscription, $2.50 Pirn Annum. Blaine't Oration. Tlio following nro tho concluding sentences of lion. I si. O. Maino'a delivered nt tho Garfield mem orfal icrvicci nt Waihingtmi, Monday: "Great In lilo, lio war aurpasiingly greatijn death. For no cnuic, In tho very frenzy of wantonness and wickedness, by tho red hand of murder, ho wai thrust from tho full tido of tins dividual world's Interest, from iti hopes, its Quarters orn-ntiovia-ilil- o A Oonhcctlcut paper In n lato' Imu'o ay: Tho fitrnotu Iwgus tinier In relation to punched coin was n great hit, having driven tho obnoxious pieces entirely from tho regular channels of trade; but it lis? nlao had another surprising effect. Ono of tho Winated church societies recently held an npron festival, and, although llirr Weather was very tinfavorablo for such an undertaking, tho receipts wcro siirpris ingly large. Tho aiuiahlo nnd Innocent minded ladies who presided at tho tuhlos beamed tho amo smile on tho young man with the punched trado dollar that they shed on tho inhalf-dollar- s with tho crisp greenback. and that had lccn retinal at every bar in town aopirntioni, its victories, into tho presence of death and ho did not gavo several young men lasting rcpu- quail. Not alono for tho ono short tationi for generosity. When the re- moment tn which, stunned nnd dazed, ccipls ol tlio entertainment wcrp he could givo up life, hardly awaro of counted by somo of tho hard-futoits relinquishment, but through days brothers, whoso wits had been sharp of deadly languor, through weeks ol cued by contact with tho world, tho agony, that was not less agony becauso worthless sheklcj wcro thrown out, silently borne, witli clear sltrht nnd and possibly devoted to somo benevopocalm courage, he looked into his open lent object. It seems that punched in gravo. What blight nnd ruin met coins play quito a prominent part his nnguished eye, whwd lips may church transactions, for only last Sattell what brilliant broken plans, urday a Winated clergyman was what bafltcd high ambitions, what around town trying to negottato tho full, and tho noxt sundcriug of strong, warm, manhood's snlo of n ihot-bafriendships, what bitter rending of complained tn his congregation that Trout Breeding. sweet household ties! llehind him n the per cen'.agc of punched coin found Any person in possession of a spring proud, expectant nation, a great host in tho contribution box was altogcth-o- f producing a supply through the year Judge ConHing. sustaining friends, n cherished nnd er too largo to bo disposed of in tho of from one to one hundred squaro inSpeaking of his nomination to tho happy mother, wcarine tho full rich regular channels of trade. Ho thank-honor- s Supreme bench, the New York ches of nure water may crow, with of her early toil and yoiHj tho j ctl them for what thoy had given, but appurtenances and requisite says : "Guiteau has made a Su- right 0 wifo of his youth, whoso whole lifoi respectfully declined to receivo any knowledge and care, from 0,000 to premo Court Judge ns well ns n Preslay in his; tho litJlo boys not yet more at its face value. Tho chap who trout in one year, worth, at present ident. Ho is not hung yet. Thero emerged from childhood's day of frol- -' issued tho boeus order may dio some stocking ponds and streams, is no human being in the country so prices for ic; tho fair young daughter; tho stur- time, but tho good men do lives after 1,000. First thing necessary ignorant ns to bclicvo Coukling would 8100 per dy sons just springing into closest them. in trout culture is tho construction of havo been awarded tho highest judiooeip4njonihip, claiming every day which must be fed by pure financial Panics. cial oflico in tho gift of tho President a pond, ami every day renanlihg a father's In May, 1837, the New York spriug water, and must bo kept clean if a cold blooded assassin had not enlovo nnd care; and in his heart tho l,aJS suitrcmlcd, nnd tho crash, which aud fresh. It is essential to tho pres, m threatened for some time, csmo first murdered tho President whom ervation of tho trout that the tempereager rejoicing power to meet ull do-tho people elected but for that horrible mand. Ikforo him, desolation nnd to tho oounlry. This disastrous event water bo preserved at murder. No man living is thought ature of the great darkness! And his soul was not was followed by other failures, many from 40to 50. The success attendant by tho peoplo of tho United Slates shaken. His countrymen were thrill- (business establishments wcro forced culture of trout is instanced more responsible than Mr. Conkling upon thr ed with instant, profound nnd univer- to close, and even States became in the establishments of Seth Green, himself. The day after his resignasal sympathy. Masterful in his nior- - bankrupt. Farm products fell great and other noted fish tion his disciple Guiteau bought the Livingston Stone, tal weakness, ho bccauio tho center of u. jn price, credit was n and culturists, who realize largo profits pistol, and tho very physician who a uation's love, enshrined in tho pray- - tho finances of tho Government were Sea World. source. was afterward called in to probe tho from this crs of a world. Hut all tho lovo nnd .J,, such shape that tho l'resideut of President's wound went about saying FUOFESSlOXlt. Pigs are often lost for want of propall tho sympathy couhl not share with 110 United States could not always that Garfield deserved to bo shot." er attention. A sow that farrows in him his suffering. Ho trod tho wino- - gct Ids salary when it was due. This ALEX. ANDEItSON. with a drove of hogs is almost ATTOUN33V A.V X.A.AV, press alone. With unfaltering front Was about tho timo when tho national Uuaimas in Hoston: A Now Hamp- a lot 11ANVIIXK, KY., day With unfailing ten- - debt amounted to only a nomiual sum. shire girl wont into n Hostou general suro to lose her offspring before a he faced death. Will nnrllM. In the Coutti of Boric ao k.IJoIdIdk 3VrE5n.ODE3C-flL3NrT7 old, especially if the weather is cold coiintle and In the Court of Appeali. dcrneas ho took leave of life. Abovo''f,0 panjc 0f 1557 was opened by tho furnishing store, and stepping up to to bed iu ono place. JAMES O. OIVENB, tho demoniac hiss of tho assassin's young aud many gather of tho Ohio Life Iusuranco tho pale, intellectual-lookintwo pigs ATTOUNEV A.'V LAW, Tkei tlilt oppn tunlty of funking hit patrooe tn SUnf jrJ end vicinity far their liberal mpport, and let ho heard the voice of God. With ' a;j fruit Company. Many banks in man behind tho first counter, asked When a sow saves only one or hopee to retain It, a. lie hit tel tied 311 5th St., LOUISVILLE, KY. Ihla early In the kuou, before being called them away, simplo resignation he bowed to tho ' a t, Stales wcro obliged to suspend, him if he would be kind enough to fit it is often belter to take over, and It PriclicM in all tho Courti. Collectlona wade. as it does not pay to sufler her to nurse diviuo decree. d certain kinds of paper wcro her with a pair of gloves. Tho Tho sow should bo T. W.VARNON. WALLACE E. VARNOH. so small a litter. As the end drew near, his early abroad, which proved to Iks worthless, Athenian glanced at her hands Flora the beat of Foreign Mikeri. They will be cut and lutde In aty'e. Ilia motto la: T. W. & W. E. VAItNON, feil liberally on slops nnd grain when cravings for tho sea returned. Tho The panic, of 1873 was inaugurated and then, calling to k cash boy who Cutting and Itepitrlng neatly and promptly done. "To Excel." ArTOltlMEYW AT X.A"V. all-iher pigs are young, s it is KY. 8TANF0HD, stately mansion of power had been to n September by the failure of Juy was compounding at the op should be Office In Owiler A. Son'i new liulMlnj-- up italrt. to him tho wearisomo hospital of pain, CookoifcCo., of Philadelphia. Tho posite counter, said: Here, Pete, show portant that their growth ll7aKAUPPMAN. pushed forward. and ho begged to be taken from its of this last financial hurricnuo this young lady to the pillow caso deATTOUNEV AT LAW, LANCASTER, KY. prison walli, from its oppressive, slif- - ure too well known to need recital partment." Fogg has a neat way of turning a Couotr Attorney. Will Muter ling air, fiom iti liomcleuncss nnd its ,crc Various causes have been Seeing practiceCnuuulMloner idJof Uirranland JJoIdIdj then. In all lb Court Clerks in Chicago book stores are compliment now aud couutiee and'ln tbe Court of Appeals. STANFORD, LANCASTER and HUST0NVILLE. Gently, silently, tho trlbutctl to these finaucial crises, Miss Pangley in the street frequently annoyed by Iowa persons the elderly TUOMA8 V. HILL, Jit., of a great people boro tho palo rao.t ,Trncr9 agreeing, however, DEALER IN the other day ho tried to avoid her A to buy obsceno books. ATTOUNEV AT LAW, healing of that reckless speculation, growing who wnut suflcrcr to tho Jouged-fo- r 8TANF0BD, KY. butdid not succeed. When they met, clerk lately took a damaged copy of Wool, Orchard Grasss and other Seeds, Will practice In the Cuurla ol thli ind tho sea, to livo or to dio, ns God extravagance, and tho carelcssuess Pangley: "Oh, you naugh- - countlw and In the Court of Appeals. adjoining Grain, Office In tho revised Testament, sealed it up, said Miss .1 con't new buuuing up auirt. should will, within light of its lieav with which debts wero contracted 1 You wanted to cut me!" Uwsley nnd sold it for 85 to a customer of this tv man miitilison fkyton. iug billows, within sound of its maui- - wero among tho leading ones. raiNK nniroto. Replied Fogg, blandly: " I should be sort, pro viously making him swear on WOLFORD & PEYTON, fold voices. With wan, fevered faco cutting a pretty figure, wouldn't I? ATTOUNEYf AT T..AW, Ho was a shrewd grocer, and when an unabridged dictionary that ho tenderly lilted to the cooling breeze, iailailailailailailailaKpL'W LIHEUTY, KY. ttCTJawSBultaiHiakwawiiKlB aBaJBBWaB P Miss Paugley tells her friend, Miss unwould not open tho awful package sewOffice Special atleutlon glren to collections. he looked out wistfully upon the tho lady, was going to havo the that Mr Fogg is a perfect Of er K. T. 1'lerce'a ttore. J Sagegreen, til ho had left tho city. ocean's changing wondors; on its far ing society, camo down for a jug of Hostou Transcript. gentleman. LEE P. UUPPMAN. ho filled tho jug with whisky. sails, whitening in this morning light; vinegar, Disappointments in lovo befuro marSUllOEON Aud folks quietly asked her where sho riages 8TANK01tt. KY. Tho rope with which a convict deon its rejtlcss waves, rolling shoro-warare very heartrending sometimes South aide bought her vinegar, and tho ucxt day but thoso that como after housekeep- scended from tho window of his cell Office Myert Hotel. Main Street, two doort aboie the to break and dio boneath tho Mich., was r ure Nitrous Oxide Oil administered when required. noonday sun; on tho rod clouds of the grocer sold six barrels of cheap ing arrangements havo 1eeu mado by and escaped at Jackson, tarred twine, Ell. J. O OAilPENTEH, evening, arching low to tho horizon; vinegar to tho customers who thronged a young married couple for tho enter- mado of small pieces of iak?n from bundles of staves in tho STANFOHD, KENTUCKY his store. And though they wero preton tho serene aud shining pathway of a couple of augels, who tainment of Office ty mad, they couldn't very well kick, cooicr shop. To gather tho material from oier llobt. 8. Lylle'a alore. Office hnura p.m.: extuo stars. Lot us think that his dyuever got iu, aro found to ha the most lloi,Kj Ulol will go to Crab Orchand form tho roo required mouths of cept on Saturday, when hemiltoS ing eyes read a mystic meaning which as ho had given them what thoy had numerous by a very largo majority. ard till lurtber notice. sly, hard work. only tho rapt and parting soul may called for, ami then to say anything Glasgow Times. I I INT I I3VE .A. I C3M know. Let us beliovo that in tho would be to get laughed nt. Hostou Powdered rcsiu is tho best thing to SWTO IW Post. There are seventeen tobacco facto, silcu'oo of tho receding world ho hoard S naiDST GaMW.A.GrO:fcTS stop bleeding trom cuis. Aiier iuo I WILL HE 8TANHJKl TWtl WCtna Lancas Iu refusing to commute tho sontonce ries at Petersburg, Va., employing powder Is spruiKicu ou, wrap mo of each month, froui drat Monday, and In inwiiuaj. the great waves breaking on a further ter two weeaaoi eacu uionm,iruiu imru hands. Tho gross annual Office In St. Auph Uotel.orerMattlngly A Sou'a shore, and felt already upon his wast ofaSt.Louis murderer, tho Governor about 3,000 wouud with a soft cotton cloth. As .tore..lgn.1 products amount to about $3,200,000. MUHaAJi fc ed brow tho breath of tho eternal of Missouri says: "1 have uot ono par- boou as tho wouud begins to feel feverThero aro also six cotton mills, with ticlo of sympathy for the murderers of morning. ish, keep the cloth wet with cold which consumed last DISSOLUTION NOTICE! women, who, after tho cowardly deed, 28,000 epiudles, National Education. Tho prop- shrink behind tho coward's plea of in year 11,000 bales of cotton, and man- water. x Co. of Hunt's picture of Niagara sold for The firmby Mattlugly, McAllater persons bat been osition of Mr. Hlair, of Michigan, to ludtul-ocouseut. All sanity aud plead for mercy. Thoy ufactured over 11,000,000 yards of 810,000 tho other day, and the Phila dlasolred Bruimutualmake settlement to Kobt. Mcwill to the appropriate ono hundred and twenty cloth. Alister. who also assumes all tbe liabilities of the law was not II. MATTIRULY. delphia A'eiM oxplaius that the pur coureru. million dollars duriug tho noxt fifteen should romember that the M.T. MATTINUI.Y, Tho following noto should havo chaser thought it cheaper to buy the II divid- made for mercy, but for punishment, HIIUI'. MciAL.INTKH. years for educational purposes, ing it among tho States iti tho ratio of and that, having had no mercy toward been sent to the Society Editor, but picture at that prico thau to visit the havo no right to as we havo received it by mistake wo falls and drivo around iu a hack. illiteracy, is objectionable- iti many re- their victims, thoy Stanford Female College. ask such from the exocutors of tho use it, although not strictly an amuse-racn- t spects. First and foremost tho schciuo law." It is said that a girl who can shed STANFOKI), KY. note: Mrs. Hankenstofer had a p puts a premium on illiteracy, aud if three or four tears at a critical mo- A famous scientist says thero is oft- Germau last Thursday evening tho bill shall become a law thero will meut, and follow them up with a With a Full Corps of Teachers, weight eloveu pounds, bo a coustant temptation on tho part en a marked personal rcscmblauco ciuiveriug sigh can marry all around Stulou ou Toll Institution opeiicd Its Twelfth list. husband and wifo after thoy 1 of each Stato to mako tho worst showIhe'M Moudsy Iu bepteiuher A contemporary says: If a lady a blonde who does noth Itivo been married awhile. Wo havo ing possiblo iu this respect. Tho strugsteps into a car and finds two seats ing but try to blush. , " jay-" ALL TUE BRANCHES OF A gle will not bo to educato but not to uoticcd that fact. Sone timo ago a vacant ono hesido u man and anothIt beglus to look, after all, as if it THOROUGH ENGUSHCOUnSE educate. Again, education is, under gallant Philadelphia man, whoso eyes er beside a woman she invariably A.3STD were about as well, or a littlo better, the constitution, not tho husiuces of wero bluu, married a jealous, black snuggles up to the undo occupant. , Hay-HaliCAre taught, at well u Momvi-hltcapcrx, Legislature had never been belougs eyed woman, and in loss thau a year if this It tho national government. (.rulH llrllln, CuriflMHiitcrN, MulUy IMawm Is the green oasis, tho MUttlO. TUB LANaUAOEU. DUAW. Tho Sabbath Courier-Journal- . born. exclusively to the States. Tho federal ho had black oyoi himsolf. GultlVHtorH, IlHrroMK, INQ AND PAINTINO. IIwyIrcnsseii, 'I hrenaj- littlo grassy meadow iu tho wilder-nes- j, NlrHW-Cuttegovernment has as much 011 iU bauds An iuitheto is 0110 presumed to bo A Cnoss IUby. Nothing U no condulHi MHl'hlHVH HHd KuKltse, where, after the weekdays' jour-ueNow York as it cau well atteud to. bachvlor a MODERATE. cive to a man's rwliiliK dovoted to tho study of tho philostho pilgrim halts for refreshment And other IiupleiuenU and Macbinery. We buy eicltntTeh from Haasfcctuieri, Herald. for one night it Ilia Iioum of a word ap'IoIok ophy of the beautiful. Tho d loU, and couiequently obUln tfia largert dUwast aad direct, for cash, in l l lleade. Dr. and reposei. Iu Tuition, Mk range fruw lJ Jo IW kept awaU for Goodi a: SeuoaaWw fncM-t-he married frUud and lowest rates of freight. Our motto ii t "Fint-clas- i regular Dtpartuuuta. 1'rluary, f Jt; Intermedials hollo has ordered plied currently indicates ono oxtrava-gant- , A Murray Hill of a cro I3U; l'ririUijy, 10, and CulUijIsle, ISO. Beit ii alwayi tbe Oheipett." Keipectfully, coast five or fcU hour by Hie crying Tio frozeu soil of fbo Syrian and often silly in rapturous exa pair of goldoigartcr buckles, with baby. All crus and erring babies need GEO. D. WEAREN, Stanfoid.Ky. Tho New pressions of admiration of nature or uoyer tliawi to tuo iiepiu 01 muru only Hop llittcra to uuUtheui well and For full parUculart, as to IW.i J, Ac, addrw diamond attachments. C.KKEN A. WILLIAMH, MUN. N. J, TKUKIIKAKT, a'rlwel,.!, W. Is. UlTIIIUS, disposition thau two lcet,e,veu ijurlug tuo grcaicsi lulling, Young man, remember this. York crossIiiitsftflTl.bo watched pretty art aud in tho selection aud Manager. MustonillU Depot. Mamgir UucuterUeuot. fUuf.rJ, Lincoln Co., ell, Traveler, ,. . heat of summer. , ,. year? of dress goods. . closely this , g Italic. Unpractical writers nro very npt to fall into tho school girl's habit of using italics with indiscriminate prodigality. Yet wo do not accept tho principles of tho purists, who hate tho visible mark of as tho small lny I mica Ono says that "the uo of italics Is nn insult to tho reader's under standing." If not used with modern tion or good judgment, they ccrlninly can bo iniultiug and exasperating, but thcro Is no tenso in rigid prohibition. A writer quotes from Howells' story to show that in many cases no skill of construction could produce tho cflect which tho author obtains by n few italics. Pages of description nnd analysis would not have given 'us such a clear idea of Mrs. Maynnrd ns wo get from tho Underscoring of her conversation. How keenly we rcnlizo tho fretful, frivolous nnd unreasonable woman when sho says to Grace, "as if during her sickness Holla must have been wholly neglected. 'Don't let tho child bo all dirt when her father comes.' " Hut without the italics how flat tho exclamation would seem. Tho truth is, italics, iiko old Mcdford rum, calomel and dynamitoand other strong articles sro very good things in their way, but you don't want too many of them, and you must "handle with care.' Exchange. tub-nigh- t. Or IR, .A. 3ST IDOFOZPElSTIIDTGr TI3CDE3 ONE-PRIC- E CLOTHING HOUSE ! JSJSSF E3TNn7IDFL333L-T2- - Main Street, Stanford, Ely., formerly occupied by McRoberts & Stagg, INTEr" STOCK. cfco., OIF- - essi ami Bay l EatMiag Bought for Spot Cash, at an Immense Reduction, and I offer the same at ces which cannot fail to convince the public that BOOTS, SHOES, IteafeMwg CSnGcte,, JTatff 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. D. KLASS. 3Vf-bu- R0BT. S. LYTLE, SUCCESSOR TO McAXiISTEIt A C0,-00- MTJE, hope to solicit a liberal share of the same in the future. Having bought the McAlister interest in the above named firm at a considerable discount, I am thereby abled to offer great inducements in prices on Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, &c. Call and see what you can do before you buy. With thanks to my friends for past favors, I 3R03BT. S. LYTJLE. T.A.I firsl-cla- H. G. RUPLEY, STANFORD, KY., k bul-jriur- o g ,! high-browe- Comprises everything that is New, spit-ball- ifig GEO. D. WEAREN, o (W-lyr- IENTIWT, d 3NTOTIOE :fi.a.i:fl -- Ve O S, -l - n good-lookin- -- st t: -- BTJGGIES Ncir-IIlHtlor- rt, CAEBIAGES, CarH-Nhelleru, TERMS car-loa- U-In- -- -. m JU STANPOBD, 3CTT1 Friday Morning, - - March 3, 1882 w. p. hm ire. . I . - 0rw c ' ( such every day occurrences that unless ono is 'particularly 'interested In tho victim, tho news ot tho perpetration imhm. tnuse an old expression, in at ono car and out at the other, leaving Occasionally, how- no impression. over,'sai:nir,K cco o cruei ami alto&Mtikt the mtd atid wakes onestwdAir with horror. Such a one fcftfjawt bee commuted near Decatur, Ind.fthe victim being a young school teacher of raro beauty and voluptuousness. Miss Kmily Numbers, a girl of 17, who had but recently graduated, persuaded her parents for tho novelty of the thing, to let her teach a private school. ThcIr consent was given, and for a 'while sho fully enjoyed tho now responsibilities. Her lovely face, perfect form and gentle disposition had made lier tho belle' of her neighborhood, and sho counted her lovers by tho score. But her beauty was to her a fatal gift.for fiends looked lustfully on her and sought her ruin. It was her custom to go to tho school-houswhich was in a secluded place, earlier thandier scholars and co that the fires were .builf and the room swept out. Tuesday morning sho went as usual, entirely "unconscious of tho fearful fate that awaigl h.er. Condeajed in the devils that had plotted her shame and death, and when the children arrived atthe regular hour they wero horrified to seeder lying on tho floor, half stripped of her clothing, her arm cut it? here. bowels protruding, and her tonguo actually pulled out by tho roots. The devils had repeatedly ravished her, and after cruelly mutilating her body, had sought to vn&io sure that she could not divulge their ideutity by tearing out her toncuo. Tho perpetrators of the7 tlasiardly crime are as yet unknown, hut Uie wholo section is aroused and swear tho most condign vengeance It is almost beyond tho grasp of tho f human mind Id conceivo how things calling themselves men could perpetrate such a crime, and no death short of slowly roasting at the stake can even partially attone their devil house-were-tho Munpntf rapiMand robbery-ar- McIIcnry Jacob ratification meeting camo off In LouJsvllIo, Tucs day night, In Masonic TcmpJo. The leaders know tuo valuo of a brass band for drawing a crowd, and resorted to that expedient. It was as usual sue ccssful for tho hotiso was pretty well s filled with bummers and pcoplo to reo what would bo done. They wcro principally from Louisvillo, not over 25 being from a distance. Several ipeeches were mado and a reason-abl- e amount of en thusiasm was created, but on tho wliolo tho thin? was a la mcntaUa fa5ure and 0njv strengthen . rf ()(j opinion (hat thfl movcmcnt j. a miserable flash in the pan. If the republtcaM do not unite with then on their candidate for tho Appellate Clerkship, tho prospect is very flattering that ho will bo Taylorcd in Au Tan cur-iou- on Garfield, albeit it is much overdrawn, is a masterpiece of composition, aud although tho recital is subject from its thread-bare- , tho orator invests nearly gut. Blaine's eulogy it with now interest, and holds the after ho bereader almost gins its perusal. Those who expected him to open the wounds occasioned by the split between tho Stalwarts and Half Breeds, which gave the president so much trouble during his lost days ot public service, were disappointed. His allusion to it was touching, but yet so delicate as to offend none of tho army of stalwarts that sat in hU audience Tho peroration which appears on our first page, is but a sample of the greatness of the effort which will go down in history as one of the most ornato of the age. The Medical Department of the Kentucky University at Louisville, turned out OG graduates Tuesday, and a dentil collcgo at Cincinnati, gave diplomas to SO tooth carpenters the same day. It isjfearfal to contemplate the ravages these recruits will make on the human system. spell-boun- The total losses by fire in the United States last year aggregate $81,280,000, of which the Insurance companies paid $(4, Kentucky's losses fost lip$l,- 041,900. 207,400, of which $608,000 was recovered from the Insurance companies. The present Legislature of Kentucky ia not strengthening the democratic party. In a session of ninety days no measure of reform has Wen adopted, no public Interest advanced. The Legislature Is fooling Covington away the people's money. Commonwealth. We have been observing chely for a number of years and we have yet to see an office of the first or second elasa in hot pursuit of a fleeing politician. Sometimea the oflice of Common School Trustee or Justice of the I'eace will run a man down; and cases are not wholly unknown where the office of County Attorney has overt ken a young man when there waa no other lawyer In the county that would have it. Rut we have yet to see the position of President, or of United States Senator, or of Representative, hunting a man down and bearing him off a blushing captive. It must be that these office have no leisure for such pursuits, being too busy in trying tododge the incompetent and cheeky Individuals that are in pursuit of them. Lebanon Standard. LETTER FROM REV. GEORGE 0. into the top story of the loftiest house In It Is a pool of perhaps a quarter of nn arie and an unknown depth. The water tanks are on the margin cf llarren river list above the city, pumping day and night, (las also la furnished to those who wish lo pay for this delightful luxury, though coal oil la yet extensively used as a matter of economy. We aro very pleasantly lodged at the Poller House, and "every bjjj " Is as kind as kind can bo. Here, more than In any place since Salyetsvllle, Magoffin rounly, we have united clerical whence I expect a Pentecostal blessing surely. PRAISE THE LORD for this, especially. It Is the dream of my life to conciliate my brethren in the ministry, and 1 trust the dear LORD lo accomplish it of Ihe next five years. Bowling Green la doing Its part nobly. God bless the dear preachers who so generously receive me here, and give me a full, unbiased hearing. This Monday afternoon's service closes the first week In Bowling Green. The total of confession-- , for the Soul 181; for the heal ing of the body 81. A blessed beginning for which we fervently PRAISE THE LORD. All well and happy In the LORD. Pray for us dear friends. Ever in Jesus, Geo. O. llAnNKK. town. in-sl- -- Last Monday, Col. W. O Welch, Mas tei Commissioner of the Lincoln Circuit door In Court, sold before the this place, the equity of redemption In 150 acres of land lying on Itockcaslle river, to J. W. Alcorn, for $IM. The land had formerly been sold to Jack Adnms. Court-house M1.0BERTS&STAGG OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, NTAIVFOm, KV., DRUGGISTS Jr., for $201 . Mr. W. Gaines Adams celebrated his 211 birthday, Tuesday evening, et a Utile parly which he gave tn a few of his friends of both sears. The affair was a mast enable one. The guests were treated In some delightful music, and a "spread" which consisted of some nice things to eat. Oalnea in entertaining by waa materially his pretty ssstir, Miss Msggle Adams. All ,11 PHARMACEUTISTS, Itsira, Doalors in Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Toltrt nml h'iniru .trllrlm, looks, Stntlnnrru, Tnlmrrinniit tiunr; l.ttiucrm, AT. I'liu'lrlinm' Vverritloii mill I'lmr- his friends hope that Gaines msy thus nut cent Ira t frriinrtttloum n happily celebrate many more anniversaries Hlirctftltti MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. RoWUNO Onr.ts, Feb. 27, 18K2. Interior: r Had I been ever ao desirous of continuing my correspondence with you aflerleiv-in- g Casey, would not have been practicable. For, although it has not at nil worn me out, because I constantly banked LEGISLATIVE. A bill to Incorporate the Kentucky anil Tennessee It. R , passtd the House, A bill to prevent base ball playing In Kenton county, oh Sunday, lias pawed ish deed. I ONEofths meanest swindles that we have noticed' wi'manyi a day'is'the failure of,E. N. Freshman & Brothers,irAdvertiBg Agents. of Cin- cinnatiwhereby, as they admit, oyer 3.000 creditors are thrown in the lurch. Doing thebusinessMhey were, there was no chance for them to lose, and we don't believe they have. And yet tbeyrhave. the quintessence of gall 10 senu a proposition 10 meir craniuro saying that if they will give them a receipt in full they will pay 10 per cent, on the. amounts duo them. The boolsf thoxoncern ought tobo and if 'they? are fyirJaas there fs every reason to be lievo they are, Freshman &33ro. ought to be prosecuted to tho full extent of the law. , ,'OneoJ the tlirce small boats that left the Arctic steamer Jeannetto after she was broken up and abandoned in the far Folar Seas, a still Bussing, together with ten ruen who embarked in it. James Gordon Bennett, owner of the New York Ileratd, under whoso auspices and at whose.' expeaM the Jeannetto was purchased, fitted up, and soiled, sent another party out from a ifuseian portln search of the missing small boat and her crow. He says he will spare no expense fcor trouble to discover them, aud Bennett is uot tho man to quit an undertaking until all hope is lost. . SwtAaui:, tho man who chased Conkling from Narragansett Pier, at the business cud of a shot gun, went to Washington to oppose his confirmation as Supreme Judge. If the Governor had had sufficient courago to havo fired the gun on the memorable occasion referred to, it is probable that Garfield would not now bo in his grave, Arthur would have Bluck to his ward politiciaa pecdirec- tions, aud Guiteau would never have heeu heard of. Ex-Gov- both House. A bill to prevent the nalo of Intoxicating liquor within 2 miles of Enbanlta Station lias been introduced. The Attorney General will hereafter get $20 in each Commonwealth cane argued before the Court of Appeals. The bill approiriatiDg$23,910 to com plete the Deaf ami Dumb Institution at Danville lis pawed both Houses. The Senate lias passed a bill giving Justices the rieht to fix their car for hold ing levy courts at not more thin $3 per . day. t The Senate hat passed the House bill giving further time to Clerks, and Sheriffs to collect their fees and taxes due over five years. The House passed the bill to tax whisky at other property in the State, but refused to give county judges the right to levy a tax to pay interest on bonds, when the msgistrates refuse to do so. Judge Hansford introduced the fol lowing: A bill to incorporate the Stanford, Dix Hirer, Garrard County and White Uik Turnpike Koad Company, and a bill to incorporate the Crab Orchard & Somerset, and Crab Orchard & Mt. Vernon Turnpike Road Company. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. The debt reduction last month $0,783,511, ' was Chinese are said to be landing in California at the rate of 1,500 per day. K. E. Garnelt, County Judge of Mont gomery county, died of apoplexy, a day or two ago. Two Engineer corps are to go to work-the Richmond, Irvine and Three Forks on Road at once. Greggs Brothers' warehouse at Atlanta, containing 3,000 bales of cotton, burn ed. Loss, $48,000. The Congressional Apportionment bill baa been signed by the President and is now the law of the land. The country along the lower Missis his eulogy on Garfield, told a whopper when he said that Garfield, with eleven hundred men, whipped Gen. Humphrey Marshall with five thousand men, and that too on ground of theconfederate General's own choosing. There are men in this county who were present at the little, ikir-rniswho know that Marshall had less than five hundred raw militia, who had never smelted gunpowder in Blaine, in a fight; One James Johnsiug, of New York, 'seeks the bubble fame by offering $10,-00- 0 to the Garfield Momorlal Fund if Guiteau will be hung from the top oi a tower one hundred fet high, to'thut inillionTcai. have the satisfaction of seeiug tho villain get his just deserts. sippi ii covered with water, and great destitution has been produced. The widow or Daniel Webster, died at New Rochell,N. Y., Monday, from the ef fects of a fall from a carriage. Mrs. Scoville has written a letter pro testing against the confirmation of Conk- ling. That ought to settle it. -- It Is said that William K. Chandler ia tu be made Secretary of the rtavy, and tint Hunt is to be provided for on the bench. Ten more Nihilists, charged with com plicity in the aiuasatnatlon of the Czar, have been doomed to death, among them one woman. Roscoe Ins not been confirmed as Supreme Judge yet, but there Is but little doubt that he will be. There are reports that he has declined the oflice. Mr. Vest has piesented a bill In the Senate to deprive National Hanks from circulating notes a tar July 1. It Is not likely that It will be passed. The will of Charles Albert Reade, Newtown, Mass., gives $50,000 to the Treasurer of the United Slate, to be appli ed to the reduction of the war debt. The at Albany, N. Y which was let tu be built for $4,000,000 has already cost $20,000,000, and the Superintendent wants $3,000,000 more to complete It in two more years. The House Naval Committee has agreed upon a bill to approprlatj $10,000,- 000 for the construction of new war vessels. The bill provides that the ships shall be buljt at the several Navy Yards of the U. 8., and fn case the bill pastes, the Southern Navy Yards will get the building of two or more ol the ships. State-house Sam. Bunttt. Tha following licenses' to marry were issued: On the 1st, WInford B. Swlnney to Mary E. Cummins; on the 2nd, John It. Laswell lo Sarah J. Cummins. jt On Monday, Owen Allen, for cutting and wounding Trigg Williams In sudden heat and passion, wss held in a bond of upon a POWER that never fails, you can $100 by Judge McClure for his appearance hardly imagine the pressure put upon my at Circuit Court Owen Allen and Willife after going to Louisville. Resides the lis Allen, for a breach of the peace, were regular preaching and thrice held in a bond of $0 each for their apon Sunday, there wero unremitting calls pearance before Judge McClure on Ihe from those nnable to leave their rooms or 28th Inst. beds, for anointing "in the name of ihe There was an April sun shining and LORD." The regular services also were an April sky overhead yesterday; April-tim- e very protracted, by reason of the numbeia birds were singing sweetly of merry who came forward fur healing, at Ihe sec- Spring, but the calender said it was the 2d followed the first ond call, which always of March, and the croakers all predicted and more important invitation for Confes- that the lion which would be here about sion for the Soul'. This can be, in meas the last of the month would bring with ure appreciated, when it is remembered him such weather as would fieexe to death that at these regular services almost as all the little lambs. many were anointed for healing, aa were Geo. Miller, colored, of this place, has saved or restored. The total of confes, named George White. Miller, a sions for Soul were 2.1 CO, of anointing for wife and step son constitute a little domesbodily healing, 2.30C. And when it Is tic paradise. Latterly, however, Satan haa borne in mind that It takes twice as Ion.-t- been getting in his work in thia family just take the confession and anoint for healas he does in every other family where he ing, as to receive ihe confefsion fur Soul has the opportunity. He worked on Milsaving or restoration, the amount of added ler with whisky, and imbued the step-solabor from these second services may lie, in with a spirit of insubordination. Miller part, estimated. And ycl, to wonderfully believed that true felicity could not exist did Ihe dear LORD siMtaiu, that In the 7 in the domestic organization unless paraweeks of that memorable Louisville meet mount authority waa vested in the head ing, I gained just 10 pounds of tlesh. I of the family, to which authority the othmention this gladly, not to show what er members of the family niuat be submis power of endurance I have (for I have sively subordinate. White, while admitnone at all,) but to praise the unlading ting that Miller's idea was genuinely grace of my LOUD, whose word "abidelh thetic, determined to Lick at the first opforever." Is it not written, "They that portunity. Tuesday night, he was abusing wait on tho LORD shall renew their his mother, so Miller says, when the latter strength, they shall run and not be gently remonstrated. This remonstrance weary, they shall walk and not faint." caused While lo beslov-- on Miller the en.Why should It be thought stMnge that 1" dearing spallation of "a yaller God keeps HIS word of promise ? Miller left Ihe house, telling While to be PRAISE HIS DEAR NAME FOREVER. absent when he returned. While obeyed. Now that the daily newspapers cease to The next morning, heariog that White waa chronicle the progress of the LORD'S at the depot, Miller tinned himself with work, I can write you, as I have opportu- a hickory in the rough, and nity, with the hope of interesting your went up to give his step-soa threshing. readers. Rut I foresee that the abundant White fell back up the railroad and Milleisure of the mountains is gone, and you ler pursued hotly. Seeing that he waa XT. TKItXOM 1DVKUTIKC1IKMTK. must be content to take what I can jot about tu be overtaken, Whllo wheeled, down during the infrequent drew his ".Smith & Wesson" and fired in haste snatches of rest from outside visitation of three shuts at Ihe beloved for 31 of his stepthe sick. father. At the first shot Millar halted. MT. VliltNON, ICY.. Rowling Green has astonished me not a During the rest of the firing he made Ida Agency of Bouth-Ben- d Chilled Plows. little, and as many of your readers may be way towards town. None of Ihe shots Avery's Oast and Steel Plows, Bnckeve as ignorant aa I was, I give a few facts, to took effect. White escaped to Ihe woods Keaoera k Mowars.Snreensuke.s Thresh. let you know the character of the place to and though pursued by the Jailer, was not ersMitchell Farm Wagons, New Home Dewing aacmnes, lajiora i&stto ilea which the LORD has sent us. In Ihe first captured. opnugs. place it is very much larger than I had imagined. The population is variously estimated at six (o seven thousand. Be- Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway Co. tween Ihe extremes Ihe truth probably lies as in most other cases. Then the loCINCINNATI S0UTIIEUN RAILWAY DIVISION. cation astonished me, I knew it was on man dowxivIrd. KlOIll Bill! L'rVTASD. the main stem of the L. & N. R. It. near Clorn'll STATIONS. lulloi NlgUIKi Arroiu. Day Kx. the Memphis Junction, and had seen In Day Ex. Aomin. iNlghtKi 7 00 a m I0 23 ...... Arr. passing that it was a busy looking place; 830am 400 pill 7 23 d in Lre. CtnclDnill- -. 11. SMi. 9 41 CM Georgetown . IIOS ' C7 1 47 L?e. III " 7 81 but I was not aware that it was also at Ihe II 32 " 7 IS 10 07 " 7 20 " 3 21 79 LllDglO!l...Hm. " -" 10 31 a 11 II 67 " 91 4 03 2 81 NIchoIiiTllle..... head of alack water navigation on Green 111 pro, 7 100 High Bridge 808 ... " aw " 'lit -- m.... 107 SM " HarroJsburg Junction " and Barren rivers. The latter slieam runs MS3 " 4 27 .. 217 .. .... ft An ik ,,4 811 II Mpui I'anTiue ...wMH,. within a short mite of the city, and twice WSi III IS ' 1W Junction IIS " 3 12 " 3 30 " ISO " IM 133 " 12 21 lUlfiaiu a week handsome steamers sin 03 " 1&3 l'uint llurntl.le... " 131 " 12 W 1. 10 211 " land their freights from Evansville, on ihe 8 27 " .!. Blmoor......... .. 4 47 a 263 Itockwoul 10 CO l 7J1 " " . IKia Ohio river, which Ilea just below the mouth 7M 3 29 Spring City " 78tt 932 7 09 " 9 41 7 SO " ........ S 13 ' 3V '7 18 lviyec......... . of Green, It is about thirty miles of the 10 0O " 7 3") " Arr. Clnttinooga,.... 335 7 30 " . Lr 5 00 ' torturous winding of Barren river to its ALABAMA OUKAT SOUTHERN DIVISION. confluence with Green, though not more 313 7 Wp 8 (Us hi Lve. Cliattauooga Arr. than half that distance on an air line. An Lee. ' ltlilog 9 13 Sl 3 50 3 12 " Aiulfs Ksrui. . . 12 li pin 4rt factory is located extensive 478 1232 " " lilrinloglistu .., 2 30 " " 9 54am ........... Ml here, that ship to Europe very largely, in S0J " Tucaloosa.MM. 8 10 " 7 00 ' oM ' .. " Eulaw..... addition to the supply of a home trade. a 37 " 591 8 10 " " I.lTlngilon C03 .. 812 " 8 41 " lorn The Machine Shops of the L. & N. R. R. 9S0 " Arr Meridian.. ...... Lt. CM 3 20 " have largely been removed from this YICKSRUIIO AND MERIDIAN DIVISION. point where at first Ihey were located, CIO S 40 s m ...... 7 Arr. 9&3pu Lve. Merldliu leaving only light repair shops, but the 158 " Newton..M.7. 1130 " Ls. Ml 12 21 " " ' Forest ' 68U .. W42aiu bustle of arriving and departing trains 711 1023 p ...... " llrandoo 2 57 ' 7W " Jackson. . about the handsome and convenient 9 40 " 1U " 713 8 30 " 4 33 " ' Clinton freight and passenger, is almost 731 8 00 " Edwards .... i 3 23 " 7 00 " ' 770 Lve. C2o ' Arr. Vlck.t.urg. ceaseless, D1VI8ION, Willie and I, In visiting patients on the VICK8HUUO, SIIItEVEl'OItT AND PACIFIC outsklrta of town this morning, had a good 770 2 30pm Arr. ill to a w Ue. Vlik.burg 2 10 ' Lvo. Delta II 110 opportunity of observing the natural 788 12 SJ " i 29inu' " Tallulali .. soa j 3 13 " II 00 a iu ' Delhi. town's situation. Itself in the 813 Lve. 8 33 a lu ...I SSI ' Arr. Monro bottom of the aaucer formed by on amphitheatre of surrounding heights, tome near JOHN MUTT, Vica President and (len'l Manager, Cloilonatl, (). Sou. lly., Clncluuatl, ().: II. Cnllbran, (JD. Pass. Agt Ala. tit. E. and others distant, Ihe varied and lovely Sou. P. Wilson, dm. Paw Agt. flu. Hardy, lieu. Pass. 11. U.,Cbat!auooga,Teiiii, L. At. V. A M. It, U--, Vkklburg, Miss j Jos. 1 landscape that innU ihe e;e fiom "Reser- Mellulre, (leu. Pass. Agt. V., S A 1. U. It., Monroe, La. voir" and "Vinegar" hill', would be hard to beat any where The blue limestone, lying very near the surface, crop out In ! masses every where on the hills, top and Ides, furnishing Immeasurable material fur road and building purposes. The two eminences above named, together with "Baker's" hill across the river were strong fortifications in the "late unpleasantness" first for the Confederate and afterwards for the Federals. They remain in a more Wcnrcii, perfectly preserved condition than any ami thing of Ihe kind I have seeu since the war, the outline of the works, the embrakcon sures for the guns and the excavations fur the magitinea and the external ditches bebo beating very much as they were left 'eventeen My ol' Collins Caskets bo compreyears ago. Quite formidable forts thry on Robes mutt have been. The summit of Reservulr do haa the city' supply of water, high hill (Orders bj telegraph promptly nltouJcil to.) enough up to send Ihe refreshing stream B. M. BARNES. Editor. twice-a-da- slep-son- o -- whip-stoc- n C R. R.,anlvrd here Wednesday evening and left on yesterday to look out the proposed mule of his road South from this place, down Skaggs' creek. He Is Chief Engineer of the K. C, Ourcitliens hops that the road will be located In a short lime. The rumor that this road would purchase the Richmond Branch to connect with Ihe L. A N. appears to be without foundation. If the route down Sksgga' should prove to be as practicable as it is claimed lo be, the K C is reasonably certain to cross the L A N at this place. Ihe proposed bill to repeal the amendatory acts to the prohibition law of this county which has already passed the lower House of the legislature Is caualng considerable discussion. The temperance people are pressing for Ihe passage of the bill, while Ihe whisky dealers and drinkers are, of course, opposing It. The latter claaa say that If the bill paaes, however, the original law will tie unconstitutional with out the amendments, and the traffic will continue as before. Mr. John W. Brown, one of the temperance men, says that the repeal of the amendments will not affect the constitutionality of the original bill, and Mr. M. J. Cook, another of the I. m., says that the acts repealing the amend ments will be so drawn as to cure any possible constitutional effect in the original bill. The whisky dealers and drinkers would be willing to accept the repeal of the entire law and the restoration of Ihe license system. There ale many citiien, probably a majority, who do not contend specially fur the passage of the bill now before the legislature, but who, disgusted with the workings of the present muddled and inoierative law, sincerely hupe that either the amendments may be re; rated and a genuine prohibitory law be given to the county, or the whole law be repeal And fir tha ed and the traffic legalized. one or the olherof these results, they dun't care the toss of a copper which, they do most earneilly pray the legislature. One thing Is so palpable as to be alsrming lo every man who carea aught for the law and society. Under Ihe present system we are In a most wretched condition. More whisky is sold in this county than in any other rounly of the same population in Ihe State, and not one cent of revenue goes In to the Slate or county treuury for all Ihe traffic. And the evil conrequence of this apparently illegal commerce cannot be well described. It begets a spirit of law lessness in the minds and hearts of those who, at bjst, have none too much respect for the law. For these reasons It is plain to anyproer-lhinkinman that something ought to be done. of his birth. Cap). Lum, of the K. Hi'MI 1 MMA L ---. ,A -.- .p. ry Thin New Mill, (.'oiiIhIiiIiik (ho lull-H- i hiuI MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY For lHiiiiiiiHt'liirliiK iiichI hhiI (lour. TlilirmlHj-In now lit full operation. lVo will Krlutl for , ciiH(oiurrx, Tor (liu preftcnt, on TiicaiIh', AVcit-licmliij, Court-DHJ-- H hihI hU odicr public iIhjh. Wo noMcK h liberal Hlinro of pitlroiiHKC mill Hill emlcHTor (o Rlo ciitiroMiilUiHrlloii. I'rlilHjHiul NiidinlHj-orcHc- vrrck, hhiI en AIwhjmoii Imiiil nml for wale. Hlght'itl ciimIi price paid for Corn. Wheal, Ac. Order left a( Mill promptly attended to. Flour, Meal, Corn, Bran, Shipstiiil', &c, MATTING LY, Mc A LISTER & CO. M'Jlitetor&BfeigM Have JtiMt reeelved and will Keep oonxliuilly lino of the eliolecn( 011 hand a frenh Groceries,Confectioneries, FAMIIjiir SUPPLIES, they .A-IISTD Allorwhleh will Soil at tlio Very Lowest Possible Margin. They arc hIno agents for the Hale of MntlliiKlj'H superior Woolen (ooiIh mill YuriiM. Pwmy&M'jUssfot DEAI.EHS ItT- - DRUaS, MEDICINES, PERFUMERY CHEMICALS, AND FANCY TOILET ARTICLES, Books & Stationery, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Dye Stuffs WINDOW GLASS AND PUTTY, Puro Winos and Liquors for Modicnl Purposes. Prescriptions accurately compounded. Wo havo also a largo and wo!l soloctod stock of Watohcs and Jowolry, which wo proposo to soil at loss thau city prices. WatcheB and Jowolry Ropairod and Wan an tod. F. STUKENBORG & BRO., Maoulselurers and Dtalera la A klols of VARIETY STOKE! J. E. VOWELS' nTJE,3STZT cxiiriieiiii MATTRESSES, CHAIRS, Parlor Suits, &c. XiK u and 11 ICiiHt 5 js i iMUMrftB Jm0mm warn J 1'earl .Street, CINCINNATI, O. till of goods at our YOU W1IX SAVE 10 TO IJ I'KIt CENT, ON A tiouss. French Dressing Caso ScU, Marblo-To- p with Large Glass, At 845, 850, 8C0, 875 A Upward. 111 1 stern-whe- e Cltjr..-hoinen- t... ... Hurcau Sels, 820, 825, 830 ami up. Parlor Suita, Seven I'iecea, Either iu Hair, Cloth or Terry, At 830, 835, 840, 850 a Upwards. Vititon to our city are respectfully invited to call and lee our stock of goodi, whetherthey with to purchase or not UKMKMUKU THE I'l.ACK, 1 No. NrsrHslu, t'lnrluiinll, O A II i'lft I'i-hi- M., l.oMfr Nlilr, WIiIh. 111 111 111 ... .... .. w. C if. ; MtiGIKS 'lit: LV 1 iiiinii ill,: lot r The Original and Only GENUINE 111 s, FIJI With Nluplnu I.iiiitlNlile. a beau-tyoft- I 111 1 ! OK INFRINGING IMITATIONS FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING Main Street, IIK bUUC AND B. K. WEAREN, - BS" GET THE THE GENUINE. laA K'lflaP ImMl Stanford, Ky. I huvo bought out my brother, It. 'II. will continue tho Funiituro and Undertaking business at the same stand, in the St. Asaph Hotel None olaim to havo a bet ter plow; building. I will a full stock of Furniture of ev and soil at ilgurcs that cannot ery description Their only aim Im lo iiihIiohh stock en. and will KootI a one. IleuHru ol all Nee IhhI HHeh hensive. Shrouds and repair Furnituro and hand. I also carpenter's Job work. K. WEAREN. always Oliver' iiuuiu Im on tliu beam, an none, etlierM are genuine. IhiIIhUoiih. Golobratod Olivor. 0TA.KFOBD, KV Friday Morning - LAN. " LOCAL . A rRKn lot of I'rult juat received at dained ministers, 10,511; communicant, MoAIMrrA Hrlglit' 2,,'tt0,022 TM I a net gain for llie year IIki 16 MinritEix, Opera Houw, Hal In the last Item of .111,095. During 1881 the addition by baptism numbered 81,670. unlay night, March llli. The diminutions by letter reached .10,816, Moxtr to IxiAN. $2,000 nn real estate and the addition by letter .13,171. March 3, 1882 In Lincoln county. Term easy. See M. LAttOsf0CKAND CRbp. C. Haufley. 1 14 choice of the party. There Is no opposi-t- o Judge K. W. Drown for County Judge, none to J6hn Illain for County Clerk, and none to J.N. Menefee for Sherifl, but of course everybody will vote for them aa a token of appreciation of their ofliclal services, beside it will strengthen the ticket to give them the largest vote KssibIe. In the race for County Attorney the choice I between Judge J. M. Philip and D. It. Carienter; in that for Asseiwor you have more to pick from: T, M. Pennington, J. llMley, J. II. Hocker, W. F. Kamsey.O.'W. Bill and W. & Ihrnett Capt. Thomas Kichards, T. D. Newland, Wm. Cooley and Sam. Kngleman are the entries In the Jailer' race. W. Jt Dsujli-ert- y alone offers for Coroner, while Oeorge W. IlobbitlandTolbert Martin want to be Maiioii came in like a lamb and will no Constable. These are the men you have to choose from, lie sure you select the best. doubt, go out IjkeA lion. Cons aold at $0 20 pet birre) at Hah' MARRIAGES. aale in tin count, Monday Yesterday at Mr. John Toomb', Mr. A OHOIOK lot of both ilraUht and I'at. Creuius Walls and Mis Jarue Martha ent.floiir at MoAIIter& Brlilil'av Toomb were soldered Into one. Mr. John II. Ilrewer, a Til r. Grand Street Parade of the Ilig 15 man of the road, was married a few day Mlnalrela'occar at 1 r. M. ago to Mis Myrtle Hopperj in Louisville. A Cojii Dim,!, at W. H. IIlRginn' head Ml Willie DuTall.daughter of Judge any thing we hire yen; top and ce it. Alvln Duvall, of Frankfort, waa married 1't.r.AiE don't forget to call and nettle Monday evening, to Mr. Ittissell Sneed, of with on County Court day Monday, St. Louts. 0th. Hock ADA v Lackey--OTuesday, .. IlUTTEH wa never ra scarce a it ia here Feb." 2th, 1(8 o'clock, AM.jfc at the At '!.'. I. .!.!. r.ii..,. r. 1 1.' at prettnt. The price it 30 rent but there ia none odering. Larkey, In Madison county, Miss Irene I.lTTLi: 1'r.itsoNAU Another boy, a te n Lackey to Mr. It. P. Horkaday. Attend-antMiss Llllie McClary and Mr T. M. pounder, arrived at Judge M. O. Saulley'a Ltckey; Mis Die Lackey and Mr. It. F. yeatcmay morning. Farrl. The ceremony waa performed by TllH larReat ami haiidinmeKt a lock of Mr, Klliott, Immediately after which, the Wallper ever exhibited In Stanford, bride and groom took the train for Clinton juat received by Chennult, Severance A county, Mo., where they will make their Co. future home. Ilelow are the bridal pres"KcNTt'CKY'd Qneat proiluction, Old ents: A handsome silver bjtler dials, Mr. private atock 1G year old Ilourbon whi. James Martin and wifr; set ol silver knives ky," for nale at St. Aiaph Saloon per audiforks, Mr, T, M, Lackey; silver cream drink, 20 centa; per lyttle, $2. spoon and butter knife, Mr. Kobt. Lackey; Ton Tiiiau J. I.. Hciuphlll, ShcitfT of set of silver spoons, Mr. A. K. Lackey; Knox, and Kae( took to that county, silver cup, Mta Llllie McClary; set of Wednesday, lleorge and Kv. Mranvr, who napkins, Mrs. Jennie Shumate; handsome have been In jail here for aercral month, ct of gold jewelry, Mr. Will Lackey; charged with the murder of a man named handsome lino trunk and Mr. I'alteraon. Itobeit Lackey; very handsome ivory Al.l. pernon indebted to the late Dr. S. brush and comb, Mr. Jason Shumate; 1', Craig, muit nettle their account before handsome picture, Mr, Mike Karris; pair the 2sd Monday in March, (Quarterly of cut gift' preserve st.inds, Mrs. Kettle Court,) el hb they will be placed in the Templeman; beautiful pur of table linhand of an officer, l'erron having claim ens, Mr, Horace Woods; lietutlful dipper, agalnat him will present them by that day Mr. John Templeman; splendid black cake, Mis Die Lackey; nice lunch basket, properly atteated. Ja. X. Craig, Adm'r, Master Sauimle Lackey; nice pair of pilI rumored that the Kentucky CenIt o low c.se, Mis Florence Lackey; bought the Hichmond Ilranch of tral h set of tidies and butter knife, Mr. the L. & N. and will not build the aurvey-e- d W. K, Feland; sliver cream spoon, Mr. It. road aero to Livingiiton, If the aale I.im.ie McO. F. Farris. it made the queatlon of workahoju will be RELIGIOUS. aettled In favor of tho junction here, and every body i hoping tbat the rumor Kk.v. J. It. l'KKri.KS, of Lancaster, la true. hereon Important buslne. 15 after rehcaralng every ulght TllKillg meeting at Harrod-buri iDr. Gucrrant's for n week, are now In excellent trim for closed Tuesday because of slckncs In to be hi their entertainment, which promi family. The number of confession the event of the amuaement aeatoii. 10 ve- were 10'J. ry body will bo there, o if you want to be F.lder W.T. Tibb. who held a auro of a neat, call at ellher Penny Ac meeting at the Christian Church or MoltoberU ASttigg', and here In 18S0, ha resigned the pastorship It will pay of hi church In Winchester and will 75 cent In a reerved. you. ItKV. A. J- - Tbiuui.b will not preach at Mn. A. J.Kkaman, tho mauler micliln-la- t Logan's Creek Church next Sunday. HI at Itlchiuond Junction, In the I, A. K. son received a severe dislocation of the hip ha filed a oaveat in the Patent Ofand he had to take him to Louisville for fice at Washington, until he can perfect hi invention ol whit I Oilled a ''Petti- treatment, IlAl,TI8f Statihtio. The Ytar Hook coat Pipe" lor Locomotive Kngine. He of the lor 1882 give the lollowlng statistic or claim that It will nave fuel, ami give a third more power to an llaptlat denomination in thla country: engine, cud that it will ave hundred of the thousand of dollar to railway companies. Associations, '1,155 churches, '20,373; or Jarue Mall Tuesday nIKM. The former woreiL'ariilia mull and lace over cardinal satin, the litter In ill I satin and diamonds. Cait. 8am. M. IIoonk ha been on the Slate Central Committee of the Mcllenry pirtr fur the 8lh District. The Captain ahould not allow liirnrelf to be seduced in thla manner. Ilia proper place ia In the 1'rohibltion parly. Mr. Jon H. IIuonston, editor of ihit d lively ind Indeenilent paper, the JfrmU, U taking in tho varied bean-Ile- a of Stanford. lie tell ua that he la negotiating for a complete new outfit of presses, hla Iocreaacd huaineaa compelling him to dlrcard the old for newer and faa ter onea. "LOCAL MA ITERS. KIcli-mon- I nrcr.iVKD this week a nice new lot of J. H, Murphy old to Neil Traylor, good which I Invite those wishing Spring one thoroughbred bull calf for $55 and 2 " J ami Summer aulla to examine. II. O. to Sieve Walker, at $02 60 each. . . LOCAL NOTICES. lupley. I l J. R. Suddiith, of Ilourbon, aold hi Paiitim needing corn can be supplied herd of .19 shot thorn Wednesday for $5,- Inuil I'otatoh at Aslier at Lincoln Mill at' any time with any 022. The stock were In hid condl tlon and 8m: thai Corn Drill t Asher OwUj'.' am unt from a bushel to 100 barrels, from consequently sold tow. Vr.nv lest patent Flour tt A, Osrsley'. At Wm. Campbell'- - sale In Mercer, barrel. Offlvrit (nl Champion Plow it WIT. fltd $4.25 registered Jersey cow sold at $50 to $100, HlfKln.', night at 8 o'clock, the cur- , grade Jersey' at $.10 to $00, Shorthorns, TiMrrruY ami Clover Heeil for sale lir iatn will rise on the Illg Antier Owsley. 15 Minstrels, lie wise and secure your $04 to $110, do , calves, $25 to $.15; mules, Hamilton Htf.f.i. I'lows always on fto$185. at once, or yon will get lefti lianti at A.Osrslcy'a. Wm. Sllgall, Just Ujk from New Or (larden Heal.Jn Jwlk nj i LANOiimt'ii linAND DioTAToit Sam. F. Maguire, of lean, tell the Danville that he it A. Owsley. Danville, Instituted a new Lodge of encountered the roughest mule market Hrr.n Oats and Clover ami Tlmotliy Knight of Honor at Mitchellsburg, Wed- since the war. He sold 21 forward vear Heeslal W.II. HlRRlni't nesday night, lth 30 charier member. ling at $90, and I out the feed he gave Ilur LntiUvllle JlfiiMlRlit Oil, 176 mem. test, from I'enny AMcAlUler. Wk will be especially obliged to Clerk The lltrald ray that Tho. 8. Kron Kutmr.U, Covmty ltiilllin (lotalonr for of the Primary Klection If they will for aton, of Madison, shipped 21,000 lb, of Heeil or Table use, at A. Owsley'. ward to u tho same day, If KssIble, the wool to a Koslon firm at an average of 20 Watciiw, Clock in J Jeelry"replrel returns of their precincts. At anv rate cent delivered In Richmond. This niakee ami warranto! 117 renny V ,MCAIIater. 85,000 IE, .hipped by Mr, II. to the aame Wist Viiwiinia IIeaim.kiiit Oil, '2! pleasd do in at (he earliest opportunity, tnn, at Mcllort A HUrr'. cent a Intkrixt In the Skating Kink, which firm In toelve month) Yon will find Hie ami At V:nAir.i.m OourtT-Oo- od two hi lisleil o surprisingly for four months, Scent cigar in town it I'enny A McAlls-ler'cattle sold at $4250 per head, 1 somewhat sulwlding, though a very fair year-ol- d J CUT receive! a beautiful lot of the lit crowd wa present Wednesday night, and yearling $27.25 per held, calve $14 to est iItIm of Jewelry. Call mil pre u. all seemed to enjoy themselves. The Kink $17.50 per head, milch cow $.15, $10, and Mcltobert A KUrr. mules $75 to $95. A will not be again till Friday night, $50, two year-olHkk the Double-shove- l Combination 10th, a the Opera House will be ''J P'"K horse were offered, but none Mow it W. II. HlKgln.'. Single or Double OIU. used by the Illg 15, to famlllarlte them-selve shovel, or TurnlnR l'low. Among me new needs recorded since with the stage. FonCuaghi ami Colds nseVhlte!' our last report are 0 acre of lind on the Syrup Coiiipotinil, (ut up In 25 iml'GO IIuminrha Ciiamik Mr. K K. Che-nau- lt Knob Lick pike, sold by Dr. Geo. Hunn Cent bottle by Mclloberl A HIirr. hi bought Mr. James Dndderar's to Jeremiah Street, at $10 per acre, ind 5 A riNK line of Toilet Hoipn, Perfumery, 132 arre near McKlnney, sold by Mr Hair, Nail, Tooth and Clothe' llrushe. Interest In the firm of Severance, Dudderar A Co., tu date back to January 1st, and the Kettle O. McKlnney, to Dr. II. P. Kile, at very cheap, it 1'ennyA McAliaterV. tyle will hereafter be Chenault, Sever- $10 per acre. "personal Winciiehtkk CoUkt. There were ance A Co. Mr, Chenault la quite an acf Mil W. II. MoKoiikiit. hn been iultr quisition to the firm, being a good busi- about 1,000 head of cattle on the marhel, ill for several days. ness man, with a large nuaiber of friends. with a belter demand than wa anticipated. ! RtlllriR well Mum. Jno. MuIlonr.RT Mr. Dudderar will, for the present, join Good two tear-ol- d cattle brought 4 to 5c; ; the firm of H. Hocker and K. McKobert. Inferior grades, 4 to 1 Jc; yearlings, 3 tot jq after very severe spell of sickness. Mn. Wm. Dai'OIIKRTV has none to sign wri- calves $18 to S2i p-- r head. One lot of 147 That remarkable Louisville to lay in a IiIr stock of buggy ter, Ixiuls II. Kimsey, Is sending hi common sheep brought $.160 per head. Cincinnati - Cattle continue firm and 6iinR. honey moon in a sensible way, that is, he Mm. Taylor and ilaugliler, Mn. is following hi 'profession" with strong at $2.50 to $.1 60 lor common; $1.75 more Will CralR, hate gone to visit frlemU in earnestness than ever, mil numerous bu- to Jo 75 lor good to extra butcher grade; Danville. siness houses ittest the superiority of hi fair to choice hipicrs, $ I 50 to $0 .10; feedj The family of Dr. J. J. Wilson, cJ kill. Mr. Asher Owsley ha added to the ing steers, $4.25 to $5 25. Hog continue Chattanooga, arrived yesterday and will beauty of'hla house by ratstng it to the in demand at $7 10 to $7 50 for selected occupy the house belonging to Will CralR, level of the adjoining building with a large butchers; $0 CO to $7 10 for fsir to good adjoining hit home. and handsome sign. Kobert S. Lvlle ha packers; $50 to $0.2 5 for common. Sheep .1 to G renti per lb. MR." A. J. IlAVni:.v, of Wayne , lias also invested heavily In the sign writer' are steady at moved up and tllen charge of hie farm art ind t apparently determined that the LINCOLN COUNTT. lately purebssed of W. T. (Iretn. He it a people shall not forget where he live. Crab Orchard. thriftr fanner and wi rt (tad to welcome Al.l. Rood democrat are expected to There will he a children's concert at him id otir section. Mimri Claka IIki.m and Sai.i.ik take a part In tomorrow's primary elec the Baptist Church Friday night, 3J. Ad. attended the hop at lion, so that the nominee will be the real mission 5 cents. Cooki., of tli e raisergcr trains North ... TIME CARD, . " II 4IF. CO H. Hooth 0ley'. j ir et r, let on I " I f f count, a Those composing our lick lift tbl weer are Dr. Del.ancy Kobert, Willie McKoberls and llirdie Hardin. Gardening has begun, although the ground is still veiy wet, and pneumonia lurks in the distance waiting for it victim. Theie la talk here uf laying a track and I mining a street car from the depot to to the Springs during the summer scison The plan I received with general favor, and we hope it will hare a piosperou termination. At thewleof Jas.S. Fish, Feb. 27lh, milk cows sold at $17.60 to $25.60; calves per head, $150 to $5 50; rhoats per head, $2X5 to $0.60; bacon icr cwt., $8.50 to $15; corn per barrel, $1 05 to $5.20. The farm waa rented to Mrs. Maggie Saunders for $250 for the remainder of the year. J. M. Higgin was auctioneer, Dr. IiCwis, of Danville, waa hero this week lootjng at property with the intention of purchasing and locating here. This i a fine place for doctor. They vie with each other In trying to see which can come the neaiet to starving to death. We would advise M D. to "try Crab Orchard before purchasing elsewhere." Mis Kachie Allison and her hind-som- e cousin Mr. Ken. Allison, who have been visiting Mr Judge Kurch, have returned to their home In Ilourbon. Mis Madge Kgbert, one of our aueetest young ladies, li visiting relative and friend In Danville. Misi Daisy Wells, of (ioresburg, wa with relative here last week. Our fears were groundlesi last week in n,u, nLi.vii,Auuii L P. Klackburn. The Adrtrtittr contain also an account of the seizure in New York of 1,130 chests of Hyson and Hyron Skin teas upon which tho duties had not been paid to the United States. From the above Ths undersigned have purchased the stock of extracts, dating back 50 years, we are led eoods owned breteversnee. Duddersr A Co. snd fo believe that, although there were many will continue the business under the firm nsois of the psrtnersnlp to dsts Chensult, fraudulent government officers, and those irom jsn. Hererson A Co.,k.sjssi-.iiaijs.ii. issx. who would not hesitate to "sap it vitals," I, lift JON. Nl'.VKKANfJK. llsr. II. EIIJIlHTOX. the report of the murderers pitol wa much more startling than it is at this dar of boasted "enliehtmenl" and religicu free ! dom. c rapidly advancing In price. Wial- Mr. Jicob Bell, a middle iged cltlitn, VArnon was here last Monday and of the Sinking District, died suddenly at yesterday surveying the land he sold to hi residence on Kennedy' Creek, a few Mr. Singleton. day ago. Cause of death said to have been apoplexy, PULASKI c6uNrr7 Wolford Vlckery and a daughter of Mr. Jno. Horton, unwilling to bide parenEubankt Station. tal restraint, fled to the more congenial atJohnson A Psden have just bought .f mosphere of and there Jno. Shatter, of Ohio, a steam sawmill the twain were Tennessee, flesh. over made one which ther will put up about six mile The fair day of last week have been south of this place. ny our farmer, and llie Ker. Logan William of the Christian appropriated ploughshare visible In ma mark of the church I preaching at Cuba. Hi meeting ny a field now. A few of our villager here week were not well attended. aomc commenced Kev. W. T. Tvree I preaching it Oak have prematurely making gardens; we consider. whit Grove near Pulaski Station and not Key-nol- d The following marriage license have Station, a your type made us say issued since last report: Clark Urego-r- y last week. Iter. K. Konta preached here been Minerva J. Burk; A Gallatin Talbott to Sunday and Sunday night. Sabbath school Roberte to Itella Robert. This I the nere every Monday. second time that the latter couple have Quite a commotion wa among the been united in the bonds of wedlock. Waynesburg folk the otherday when it was Mr. Jame Tucgle ha rented the made known that llayden Kevnold and property of Mis. Alice Miller, in the viMis Kertha Keeder, a fas of 11 summer, cinity of town, and will lake ;oeslon had taken the train for Tennessee where next week. Hen Tuttle becoming disther were married. The parties returned couraged in the effort tn keep a dec-- nt on Friday and settled down with our bed drug store Is now engaged In the tinner' wishes. Mr. S. P. McClewer and Mis business. Misses Lucy Jones and Ettle Mattie Clean were married Tuesday even- Oatts, two handsome country lasses are ing. It Is hoped they may be spent hap- visiting Mis Haltle Friable. pily together. Harvey Hurt, living on the South Mis Mattie Carson I seriously 111 Fork, in this county, having discovered with brain fever. Mr. J. A. Gooch I that hi corn wa disappearing at a certain confined to her bed with fever. Ora K. crack in hi crib more rapidly than wa Gooch ha recovered from her Illness, agreeable this hard year, placed a steel Frank Martin inform us that John W. trap In said crevice, and next morning Ake injured hi back while lifting a "rail-roa- d found one of hi neighbor standing by rail" near this place Monday, to inch hi corn crib securely fastened by a thumb. an extent as to cause hi hip to swell so ua He liberated the gentleman, shelled a to prevent lit walking in less than urteen bushel of corn ind itirled him on hi way minutes. Mr. W. F. Camden Is again a wiser, If not a hippier man. able to walk about her room. Mack Hub ble has bought vnd moved Into the proper To the Lincoln Count Voter. ty lormeriy owned uy hi lather, Jolin There Hubble. Milton Gooch sold to N. S. Rey- signed by is In Tuesday's paper an article W. C. Burnett, to which I make nold one horse for $160. M. T. Iteynolda and F. P Curti are preparing to erect a Khe following renlr. I have never stateed steam saw mill near Waynesburg Station. to any one at any time that W. V, Harnett Kleinknecht A Alexander are moving their wa ofTthe track. Durine the entire canvass I have treated mill from near this place to Jno. C. Adams', four mile south of Pulaski Station. my competitor with the utmost fairness and consideration, and will continue to do C. G. Caldwell and H. S. Wilson each rejoice over a girl of recent birth, while so. Earnestly requesting my friends to give Daniel Morgan congratulated himself over me their support on i remain, the advent of a "bouncing big boy." J. II. Hocker. We clip the following from the Dan- very respectfully, ville Adrertittr bearing date of Friday XEYY ADTKRTISKHEMTS. morning, Jan. 19th, 1820, and give it to the reader of the Interior Journal a a bit of antiquity: "In our 'weekly task' of noticing the death by violence In this H0USE&L0TINTUNNELCITY Stale, it become our duty at this lime to I MA.1-.1- 3 record that of Mr. William Harrison, who was shot on Monday last about mid-da- y in I offer lor sals ur Houim sod Lot. corner of Msln the street of Harrodsburg by an unknown sml Robertson St. Will sell low to a good purchaHe lingered until about 1 o'clock ser. Address me st Kings Mountain, Kj. person. next morning and expired, leaving a wife J. A. jaiuvnc. and two small children to lament his sudden and untimely departure to a world of ! spirits. The oldest inhabitant say such time were never experienced previous to aCDrehsnilon and comic- nav 13)0 for I the election of our Chief Magistrate, and tlonwilltbi person or the persona who murdered uj of we are at a Ios to say whether they pro- brother, John sban is, on tho night or February ceed most often from evil dhqiosilion or II,ISI, nesrCrshOrchsrd, Ky. 22-- U WEI.LN. NAKAII from forebodings of dsnger, In the mind of the perpetrators, from those who presume upon hi Excellency's clemency; but cer- Important to Concerned. tain it Is, the railings of newspapers, and the weepingof 'wives, children and friend,' All Indebted to Ilia eslsta olJohn Shan'si. nay, even the voice of impartial jurists deed.,twrsons or serount, will please call upon by note and jurymen can avail nothing whilst the insatonr and settls. Otherwise, suit wilt b nrat Court. All arm of justice Is stayed by Executive pow- brought to the the estate of John persons Bavlo claims sgslnit tfhsnks, dee'd, er." The latter part of the above article sre requested to prea-n- t tbeui to the Adm'r at remind one of the act of the "old woman," ODre, propirlr verified snd proven. I estate lace h W. F. RAMNEY la eandldal lor AME880n, ol Ihs Democracy. i sabjeet to th will 3 DOUBLE STORE. J. If. IIOOKKIl ts a esndldst for ARSKJSOIt, subject to say action of th Deroocrscy. i W. J. DAUGIIEUTY aublset lo th ac- Is a rstdldsl for CORONEB, tion of ihs Democratic psrly. lst n 30 o Q JOHN IlfsAIN sny Ktloa of lh Demonracy. Is stsndldsts for COUNTY Cf.ERK, subject lo JOHN I,. IIA1X las endldts for COUNTY AgsKMOB, anhjeet to Ihs will of the Democracy. JUDUE J. M. P1IIMPN ject to Ihs will of Ih Democracy. NAMUEL KNULEMAN Is csn.tlJsteforJAn.lllof Uoeoln rounty.sub Ject to the action of th Demorrsey, WM. COOLEY ts s candldsl for JAILER of Lincoln county, ject to a Democratic primary election. sub- CAPT. TIIOS. RICIIARDN las Csndldate lor JAILER of subject Lincoln to th sctlon of ths Democrsey, counlV, J. 8. IIOSLEY . Is candid. ta txr AHUroOflt) t 1I.UI. . subject to the actios of the Democracy. o HI Is s esndldst. for COUNTY ATTORNA Y, ssbject to Iho sctlon of the Democrstlc psrly. I. Is II. OAIIPENTER TIIOS. E. I. AEWLA3VD H. IIIIOIVIV esndldst for to IhsoffictofJAIL-ha- ; subject to th sctlon ol th. Democrsey. Is Candidate lor to th office of COUN TY JUDOK, subject to will of th. Democracy. T. M. PENNINGTON la a Csndldste for AHSESSOK. Subject to '' VOIt racy. to th. office of th. action of th. Democ- GEO. W. IiOimiTT lb. of $500 REWARD I. those o it la a candidate for as CONSTABLE Stanford rreclucl, subject to th. action of Democrstlc psrty. CONDENSED TIME. 4 e laAILROAU LINE. TRAINS OOINO NORTH. Msacil 1, IM2. Ex. Son. Lts. Richmond " " Lsncsiltr..... ,,., iVEW FIRM! " Shelby Clty. ' Dintfll. Jnnlln " mifh.llihiirt;, .,, Tbnn " New H.t.n ,. Arr. Lebanon " Ctncinnstl Junction. " LouliTille. . M Crab KUnlord... Llvinfitop...,.. II OrchsnL... ... 9 00 30 10 35 11 M 12 43 1 20 1 (k 2 17 3 15 m pa " " ' " ' .,. , Junctlon.. , 1882. tM " 4 03 20 Ex. SO TRAINS GOIKO SOUTH. I. Much Bun. JI.SSOT,UTIOV CASEf COUNTT. Libert. Send the Rig 15 down here, we will secure them a good Halt and a large aud ience. The law firm of Wolford & Pevtfih wa dissolved by mutual consent on the 1st day of March, 1882. Peyton will continue the practice in me same otuce. Thn tiartDrrfthiii hreto(ure txiitluft unJtr lh firm nam of Sercninc?. DuJJerar! Co. bat this day bnuiioifvM by mutual coDtenU All per aooi lDufbieu 10 in nrm are rcqursieu ia niaia Immediate aelt Hem cut. We il'iire to extend many thanks to oufrlenda and tbe pul.lle generally for their patron ace. and respectfully ak that li Us extended to the new firm of Chenault, Seferancc A NEW FIRM! Lve. Lte. Lve. Lsncaster Arr. Klchmond...... " CrsbOrchsrd Arr. Llilnpton . LouIstIII.,., SIDford....... ..... a nl 2 00 p m 2 BO " 4 10 " 180 8 30 " " PULLMAN PALACE CABS To Memphis, Co. March 1,1882. JON. NKVKKAt'K, JAN. IlUIH)KKAK, I. H. KUM1HTO.N. Utile Rock, Mobile, Montgomery, and New Orleans. Emigrants toTexas bsve their choice of two routes: via Memphis or via Nsw Orleana. Tim. much quicker and rates lower than by any other route. Itlislsolbe' n 11 res!-!i..- s, table-line- regard to the "complimentary ticket," for we received one and we beg pardon for that little premature speech of Ut week. Well, we went we saw wo cried and we lauglied for the psrform luce was excellent, Harry Deliuur, m the downward road to ruin, wa admirably represented by James King. Miss Kelly Carson a Mr. Harry Dtdmar, Mis Pauline Hardin a Nellie Delmar tho betrothed of Alex. Stephenson, (Koy Kingsley), rendered their part In u most creditable manner. Indeed they poisesi no ordinary talent; in fact, the performance was good throughout, and wa deservedly applauded. The closing piece by the negro minstrels convulsed the audience the singing, the humor, and the special acting of the end men with bone and tambourine musio wa aimply Immense. g hand-sum- Kings Mountain Tunnel. We have the pleasure of meeting qulto a number of gtntlemeii from the Stanford precinct this week It I quite likely that the maturity of them will not know a mountain man after the primary election I over. Messrs II. II. A J. II Mowers, of Lucas, Ohio, are here looking for timbered farm to locale a colony of 0 families. 1 g pro-trad- evan-gelli- e. ho, one-thir- d Major Iteynolda and Fred Curtia have invested In a new saw mill and a 20 horse power engine with shingle and holding cutter attachment. Jack Murphy and John Secret have ordered a shingle and heading cutter with a 10 horse power engine. Mill and engines will soon he more plentiful in thl country than moonshine distilleries used lobe. John Hale sold to Jack Murphy and Joslah Singleton hi farm of 100 acre that lie near the head water uf Kuck Creek, Mr. John Green sold for $100 per acre. hi house and lot In this town to M It. Davis A; Co., for $125. Mr. J. K. C. Davis sold to J. S. Penybaker, hi house and town lot for $140. Joslah Singleton sold to J. II. O. Davi a team and harness for $150.a Andrew Johnson ha mo.ved Into town and think of buying a lot and building a house ou it. He is In lime, for real Last Tuesday evening, our young folks attended a social party given at the residence of Mr. II. N. C. Allen, and all were highly entertained by Mis Mageio and her brother. All cf the candidate wo have hereto fore spoken of, announced themselves publicly, and in addition, Mr. J. J. Tate, announced himself for Sherifl", with Levi Wilcher, oa his deputy. Uur farmer have begun to break their ground for '.he next com crop. There wa never a nner prosiect lor a good wheat crop in this county than there i at present. Some of it is growing so fast that it will have to be graii.l. Mis Sallie Tanner, of Lincoln, wa a guest of the Exchange Hotel last Sunday Mr. Wm. lloskins and and Monday wife, from the Rolling Fork, were visiting Ur. W. I) Stone ana J. U friends here Csbbell are trading in Jack. Marriage license were istued on the 22J, for the marriage of Mile Godby to Mis si V Weslev Untnesame day, J. II. Wilkinson to' Mis M. II. Sweeney Haggard to Miss Dicey On the 23d, J. II. ua the same ilay, J. ,. Wat- A. l.ion On the 27th, sun to Mis Mary C. Stone W. V. ciliarp to .Miss America Kindred. Our mail which now goes by way of Tunnel and Grove citiea over Zimmerman's narrow-gaugrailroad, gets in about one week later than it did couiing the old way. The Intkmou Journal printed on Fri day, ha not reached thia place, up to the time ol this writing iiucsiiay niglil.; me Advocate, printed on Wednesday of last week, got here on Saturday. Wo are completely shut oil" from the outer world and never near wnai is going on uniii ii naa become stale. Some body ought to have energy enough to get up a petition asking that the route be changed to Moreland, so that we could have n mall every day, and be on equal footing with the other county seats, which all lure daily mails. iMtt Monday waa Uounty Lourt uay. Mucli larger crowd than usual In town. Business of every kind brisk. Master Com'r. Geo. A. Prewitt, oid F. W. Roy Pierce, for $1,700, and sold 8 mill to It. acres of land in the town of MIddleburg. to C. I). Jasper, for the sum ol $500. U. W. Sweeney, aold the store house of Napier A Adams, at Shermansville, to G, M, Adams, F. W, Roy' (table and lot for$100-a- nd for taies, which brought 3U, the Buer-i- ll helnir the purchaser. Of the 444 tract of land the Sheritl had advertised, but few were sold. Hut we never saw aa many men anxious to pay their tx. Some of Iheui got another mouths time. Late In the evening, Granville Crockett and Ja. Piles, had n diluculty. but were prevented by officer from shooting each other. Neither wa arrested. More drunkenness In town than we have reeu for four month. e Abdallah Messenger! Bar Stallion. rlhthlnd loot snd near front foot white; 13 hand, high: foaled tn 1878; bred by Chas. Uunu, Sun ford, Lincoln Co., Ky. sired or .Messenger mm, ine sire 01 aisrvti, rseord 2.23; Msud M laenger, 2:18 gtlt at 4 jesrs gslt at 3 jean; Mattie McD, 2.20 old; Kens C. gait at 1 years; Abel Abdallah, 2:J0galt st 4 years; "Fox Mare," 2:21 gait af 4 yesra old, and other QUI0KE8T, 0HEAPEST AND BEST For further information about tickets to ths boutb, Ksnass, Colorado, and emigrant rstes to Florlds, address C. 1 ATH6RE, O en. I'm. nd Ticket Agt., Loulsvtll, Ky, Or F. J. Anthony, Agt., Stanford. Ky, Rout, to all points In Missouri, Kansas, Illinois, Indians, lows, Nebrasks, Colorado. Arkansas. Only on. c binge to Chicago, St. Louis and Exit. '0 lit dsm br Sentinel, record 2.2Sr!i. snd Iho sire Vnn Arnliu. record 2:22. recentl7 bought by raniinodore N. rt Kllwn lor (lu.uoo; Young- Sentinel, J:2C; T. A., 2:26; ': Csuoul. 2:28!i. VlTsndiere. 2.26!: illruon. (Irand eenllnel, T.Wf. Sentinel, (I'ate's) 2:So. Sentinel Is full brother to Volunteer, that stsnds st $500 th. season; snd Is Ihs sire of St. Jullsn, reurd,2IIHiSudol2l)othe s with records of 2.SU or better. 2d dsiu by Alessuder's AbdilUh, Iho sire of floldimlth Msld, record 2:14; Rosalind, Vi'JlJJ; Major Edssll, 2.29; St. Elmo, Thorndal.2-22v- . 2:10. Aleisbdtr's Abdallah by ltjrsdyk's thegrsu sire of Msud H , record 2:ld(, audtbeslreof Ifextrr.2 17'i; Nettle, 2:18; Orsnite Ulrl,2:2(; list lle,2:ii; Jsjr Gosld,2.2IS snd 30 others with record of2:SO or belter. Sd dam br Itcd Jacket, ha br Comet, and lis by Shrnuan Morgan, lied Jailel'a .'sin wss sired by a hsll brother to lllsck Hawk. 4tb dsm au extra road tusre, brought Irom the Korbby W 1 Vsuce, Mercer countjr, Ky., snd blood. Messeuger Chief raid lo bo of Messenger till.., . .. !. ....Ill..l. u iu, .11. u, I.I.U..I iirtv 1... nuM.i.au . i,u,,record .lu 2. JO, i.miu. Iriai of 224U- - lied Jim, of good ones. a Q W vjw bhTa CaaaBlBaaB.aH& fStl I ill aflBw iBBaaBav Al .u i.a. 1st dam br Maiubrioo Messenger, lbs grand sir oftScotl'sThouisi, record 2:21, sod thsiirs ofl.e- wlnikl, :25Jt. Sddsinbr Msnibrlno Chief. Ibeslia (if ladr Thome, record 2Mt Woodford Msinurluo,2:ilt; Msmbrino mot, z:?f; iisriuesi, lii', Hsmbri-n- o Stsr, 2:28v, Hsy Henry, t:ViyA; llrlguolls, 2.2!,'l . 3rd dsm br Imp. Nsnotson, kuown ss the fox huntlog horso of England 4tn dsni Uf remprai; in 6II1 dam br lhirnaby'a Oloiuedr, 7lh dam by Caution's Whip; flth dam brhhjp'a Paragon, Abdallsh Pilot waa aired by Aleiaudrr'a Abdallah. lit dam lllindlua by Mantbrlno Chief,mown 2nd dam th. Rlrch mare, br Parker'a Pi lot, (dsm eritossllnd, 2:21). Msmbrino Messenger wss sired by Msmbrino fsyiusster, lb sir ol Msmbrino Chief. Dsm by Vsn ltsutsller's drsy Messenger. He ts hslf brolbor to (lollsh and lots, snd many ol the flnt Irottera, lola wss rrgsrded day asotwol th. best trolling uisres 1 sing, la her Msmbrino Psytusiter wss aired by old Msmbrino, snd n. by Imp Messenger. O Q AT OPKltA STANFORD, If OUNE . Slh dam by Tl:tr Whip; M GO SATURDAY, MARCH TUX 4,1882. Largest in the Country! Every Feature New aud Original I Desirable House and Lot aiESSE.NG1i.il' PKINCE ! WAYNE COUNTT. l,..l.,o., will l.l.l il. second Quarterly meeting of the Conference year at Ihi place, beginning Saturday before the 1st Sunday in March, uaiiuiuaie continue to come to lue autumnal leave that front "thick trusts Ilia lirAnlrd tn Asi I nilifvaiil " llfct lor of the present officer aro candidate re election. I'l... luuif mailli fnas lliaa T AVinnlnti liitK. Let, Dick Ilurnctt bought a lot of good mountain sheep of E. F. Fewstou, for two Monticello. Rsr Btslllon. no white: fosled In 1879: bred bv Chss. Hunn, Hlsnford, Lincoln couuty, Ky. nirea uy jurssruuer iuici. lit dsm by Alcslde. sir of Hylsi, record, 2.24$ Enigma, 2;.&; K cy Dsy, 2.30. 2d dsm ff Forrlgutr; 3rd dsm. ltoss Msry. by Imp. Sovereign; 4lh dsm by Imp. Lsvlsthsn; 6th dsm Juliet by KoscIuko; ( h dim Hlsnk by Mr Arehy; 7th dsm by Imp. Psyche, by Sir Peter Tests; till dsm by llsl.by liordeaux; th dsm Mjwrsnau, own liter to Kalttuui, by frlllKO. lOlli dam by Virago, by Suap; Ilth dam br lllack aud all lilsik by Crab; 1211s dam Miss Slurorikln, by yuuug Tru. lilue; ISIti dam by Lord Oxford, Duo Arabian; Hoysl Ilth dam by Dr. Arcby's blsck-lrggo- d nisre; Foreigner was sired by Imp. Uleuo. lllsdsiu.Corrlus, was a fin. rsi. mars at all dlstsniM. Tor her performances sm Turf Register. Alcsd. wssilrvdbr Msmbrino Chlel. Ih sir of John Morgsn, Ill dsm by Pilot, recsrd, 2;JI, I" lot Tsupls, 2.21, Tsikey, l:2t: I Oder for sal. privately uiy House sod Let, conveniently located. In th. West end of Stanford. Th. lot bss, besides th. dwelling sad out houses, coltsg sultsbl. for sin!! family, and ths whole lies In such a way that severs! mora celts-ge- s could b built, giving to each a good ysrd and garden, Persons desiring such property will picas csll on or .ddrtss ins at Blsnford, or spply to W. P. Walton, of Ih. Iiraiioa Jousmsu 11-- tf P0R -- TN HVANITOIV- OSI-A-IIjI- Mrs.MAHYLUUtN, A Chance for CONTAINING a Bargain. 100 AOHEH! I with to sail my tract of Knob Land Jr, Tsttler, 2:K; lsil tt Jno. W. Duncan I buying another car Bueriiian, 2.23., sod Ihs grand lire ol Msud 8., rotord 2:I0H: Msmbrino (jift, MB; Voltslre, 2:m; Uylas, 2:21k; ililly llosklos, lllsck Pilot, so, 3d dsm by Blsck burn's Whip. Tb.sbor. horsus will usk th hiuu of lit! st Chss. Duuu's. lulln from blsnford, on from Dlsufurd "ltuu itrauch I'lks, rou. lull from Mtsnford and sad Lsucssler piks, snd 3 uillos Dsuslll. Hike. AUlilliukiriMDiiirsll.il) lo la. st sur.awsr.lulosl. Meawuger t'rlnc soon 111 lo ss lus lusur. a mars in iosi. Money uus si fsct Is asceitilned. Address :tf j Qucsa of lbs Writ, i.2lji (Jeoersl Situated about 4 ui Ilea South of Stanford, and known u tb. old "Puor-IlouFsrm." It bss oa It two siusti bulldlogs, counseled by a porch, In which s iiusll family ran lis. coniforUblji sn csllsut bprlcg .Mr Ih. bulldlngi; about 100 youug Apple Trrvs uf select Irull, lusur ol which sr now bearing, and nuaullly of good Tlulbsr, luch a poplsr, sk, chestnut, Ac. . GEO. II. BRUCE, SUnfurd, Ky., Ftbiuiry IT, IMi. J. HXAIN. 2i J. Us for T. HARRIS, Who keeps A. A. WARREN, T. W. MILLER. The Meat and Previs)en Stere, s, ssl. flow t00 lo IW0 worth of Huts! s, cousliliog ef Tsblss, Dlihes, Rods. Lsuips, btores, Ac. Taos, wishing U buy cm se. hiiu st bis pise of business oa Main slre.1, JV-- tf Stanford, Ky. uonar eacn. WILtlHO, eltsulord, Lincoln, causty, DUNN, ky. A tf" y-$ ii(.'w ' and Scalds. Quito n lot of now slang has been Tho editor was sitting in his revolvMTinroan fltamr Uf KTllOlUHT.ROtlTII -l- Uv. J. R. rma, P- DEPOT 8T.8TAKPOIID, KY-- , It is now many years ago (sco tho IT I lor. Hertleet. eery Hundiymorntnf. tad altal. for trade This is nearly ing cano botton chair when Tornado opened up LANCASTER, - - - - KENTUCKY. Prayer MeetlnnTburaltr nlilita. rJundtyBchanl London MJleal Gaulle ol March, B. I. mU, rv u. J. H, Urn; Tka Tnmfthe'trarcllag'terre ft Texw, altogether family slang for the uso of atM A. Mlutonary fViel.tr 8uperltitend.nl. theltt Womin'i meeU her. on 1811) that tho author of this paper, caTmo in 'nnd demanded retraction' of ladies, and if they wish to bo abreast rlun.l.y Inewhnontb, at I o'clock, Mra. T, T. HtlLKIlN JOHN T. IIKHIINN, 1'KOl'HIF.TOK. , Friday Morning, - - March 3, 1882 tho statement that ho had swindled an of tho times, they will tnko out their whilo engaged in somo investigations TiaiiiiiWW P T H favitintnla TArTIST. Rr. J. M. flitrri, TattoT. Bertlfta to tho qualities and effects of tho A FIRST - CLASS HOTEL JL on rVrorxl and r'.urth Rundtyt, morntnf tad orphan out of SI. pencils and tablets and note down tho as , I ' nlknlies iu Inflammations of tho skin, Inaerrj particular, Tligpilroniaa tl tha pul.lle nigni. rirer nmung tT.ry wetinewuy an.r- Correspondents. Answers to noon, riunday Reboot at M a. Catoucho" is a very now "It's a lio clear through," said tho specimens. IL K, Harrow 0 olkllcd, and talUlwtlon (uannleed., Hiiperlnleadent. Tho Milwaukee Sun geU off an Terror, striking the tablo with his fist. word, and means nice, sweet, pleas- iVc, wa fortunate enough to discover .e- travesty on tho "Answers' to "I'm as good a man as smells tho at- ant. Coffee, for instance, may Ik ca- that n salino lotion, or saturated solu uraioiT. ne.fnmehf tJ.l Jn. Italian on rlrat tod Third Urd'td.yi. Knndty Hekool of tho bicarlonalcd soda, in cither Column.' Says tho CorrraponilcnlV' yMC;T51ifc,,"T ilfnt nil il toucho; so may John Henry or Eliza tion mosphere in this section." at I. IS. Jot, Heteranee, Pup.rlnlend.nt. Sun : "Perhaps you aro better," said tho Jnne. When n girl Is "flick' sho is plain water or camphorated water, ii nHKMlYTKlllAN, HOtlTIf -I- ter. I. H. Mef'l-- I MhIii St., .NlHiiloril, Ky. toy, aattnr. rlundty Hekool at t:0. John W. Wo havo long regarded, with oditorflBWBkjy.j very knowing. If sho ia "fency" sho applied speedily, or as soon ns possiKent, rlUrlntendeot. Union Pray.r Wetl(on Wed need y nlihtl. jealousy, tlio 'tleparlraont of TecSnTH compare favorably is just tho revcrso oi knowing. If ble, to n burned or scalded part, was "My JOHN DINWIDDIE,PRO'R. answers to correspondents which ap with yorn,"Sd tho Terror, with a you wish to convey to your heart a most effectual in immediately reliev DanelitBrs, Wives, Motfters! . ..... .. ing tho ncuto burning p.iiu, mid when pears in somo of our contemporaries, sneer; . j.. OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 GOAL! GOAL! GOAL! vperMM lucre aro a lew Jituo idol tho idea that you adore her tho burn is only superficial, or not ch regularly ' make'tjaH an back raeketaiJii your life, sir, that beauty, just tell her sho is and lleepanhtad oven column, l'ooplo from all over wouldn't bear, a microscopic inspec- "oppressive" BOARD, 32.00 DAY. parllet at cheaf ateoniltnlly th will dellr.r la is severe, removing all pain in the course an; Italy, "A Johnny-boy- " to writo to editors tion." tho country seem iL a new variety of the genus homo who of a very short time, having also tho Special Accoromodat on to Commercial BEST COAL ON THE MARKET. tho editor, visibly "Oh,.sr,? for iforwalion, ami wo have decided knows how to dance like an ange- l- great advantngo of cleanliness, and, if Travelers. tilt, in 1 1 rail One In Hal A Nunu.lle;',, preventing tho to wait no longer, but occasionally agitata, "donT recall tho past; don't supposing Blankml. tht angels would so far applied at once, of painful blisterI JAM): K. SVHSV.Ut.KY. Baggage Transferred Free of Charge bring Hf tho memories of tho tomb, n have such a column. forgot themselves as to dance who usual consequences know I'vo letf a hard life I don't de tlio epiMelbourne, Australia, Sun office) wears good clothes and who is an idiot ing of tho skin, separation of I have recently taken charge of thlshouia m, A GEANDCOKBIKAIIO. 1N2, "Can you inform a largo number of ny iU I killed Shorty Barnes, the in every other respect. Tho femi- dermic, and perhaps more or less of and intend to have tint-claaccommodations. suppuration. For this purposo nil your readers hero why tho first day of Bowery boy of New York. hacked nine equivalent of tho Johnny-boy- " Semi-Weekl- y Interior Journal January is called No(wycnra,day?E. him all to pieces with a knife. I have is generally called "Evangeline." If that is neccjsary is to cut a piece of . And Hi. Ixiilitllle atoned ior it a thousand limes. I G." Tea. It is becauso it is tho first B. MARCHI8I, you disapprove of a place, or person, lint, or old soft rag, or oven thick DR. blow a man's head oil at a log-roUTICA. N.Y.. blotting-paper- , in day of the now year. sizo sufficient to of a Weekly Courier - Journal or a party, you may either refer to it StaooTenrotDIUMAllCntSrS STANFORD. KY. Manitoba, (Sun office.) "Can you Tvanl neJrvtta.1 liiffArltr fint-- T rnnnnf. as a "suido," "gummy" or "toppy." cover tlio burned or scalded parts, Una jetr lor S.AO-t- ao oATiioLicoN, ptpera kr lllllo Mora inform an ' appreciative reader, thro' ed of nsy folly. I slew a lot 'of inof-FOR POSITIVE E. H. BUHNSIDE, - Propr. Iljptjlnum linn th. prlcofonf. lor on. year Excessive admiration wrecks itself and to keep it constantly well wetted A TbU remedy CIIIII act In rtMAlUIMFUIIlTS. tlJOjou wlllrrrelr. will Imrmonr '" ! your hoia. paper with th. " with tho sodaic lotion so ns to prevent tho medium of your valuable paper, tensivo cltie ot utnana over a palIh. and ml..rtm t alt time,nterln alto Immedlalelr upon expressions in such wordi as rrprewnlatiraMwipiprr of th. houtb, trxl tha upon tli abdominal and maxlri. and tr This Old and Woll I.rlthtett try four dollar pot, simply because I its drying. who is the author of a poem called By this means, it usually note them to a liriltlir ami (Iron condition. Known Untied Mule md tt.1,,1 liullr Weekly In lb.a "balmy," harmonious," "gullitive." Thow to Br. terina t'atnollton will eof a tall Hotol Still Maintains its taw pi. ropy ol tha who.l detlra ran eitmlbaat 'Beautiful Snow?' du to J. ''A.' Wo got excited.- Ofe, could I baTcbcat tho "Gullitivo" seems to mean n great happens that nil pain ceases in from a tog of Jlarcliwl'al I.ticorrlnra, L'tironlo InlUratna. Ilia womb, Ihltofflro. High Imputation, Hi Womh, Incident! to half an hour, or oven in tloa and IKcailon of should say wo could. Wo wroto it tomb of the wee I have placed in ita Ilemnrrhea or Klnodlnff, I'tlnful, fluppreeeed many things. It is a sort of non quarter and Irreguliir Mrndmalluii, Kidney Complaint, Popular Scienco arr.il' It eKlallr adijtfnl tu tha I'tiaftfo fit I.Ki. Its Proprietor is Determined that ourself, and wo recollect that during maw, Iwould U& happy. But it was committal word, which can be used to much less time. fttfo mr All letttre uf tutilrj hand (or psmi.hlct all owing to my high temper and lack it Shall be Second to no Country its composition; while every emotion ae Nr.' free!? nwereil. Adr-'tfill up a sentence or express a doubt Monthly. f It ikHl ii. 5 . Hotel in the State ia its Fare, (tk. ftr loit hw.i: ntittiAi.i.un;f:iT-- atk (or of early traiaMg. I know-- that 1 of our intenso nature was surging and .. e M.W) I Hi eiiia n-f lf tlmMUMttii Hi Appointment!, or AttenThis is the way a )octic minded ful opinion. ' irrr.ff.Htnf rnn TtktiriMHtr -Hop B. -' HOD Ditlvrt Df Mare tion to Comfort of seething with tho divine afilatus, a have been wayward, wicked, and you I ttfrfimt ttmn If ytm uf yMiit.r f In young man out West described the Cruel Joke on a Young Farmer. their Onests. nierii'itvn party named Wm. Patterson, camo have aright to come here and recall wtHn' ( f'M rtt r Ihh U"C "pop" in a recent elopement case: "Ul hoorlKftttllisi lrJ iwk Ayoung farmer of Clintondale, Gorm Un. ' 'f h Hop ilttntl. fa,adM into the room interrupting us, and we those unhappy memories; but il'a mean Barcai. will be e.trejed la at. fr.a thae et 1 yam ster County, became deeply enntnored "The young man beheld the wonderSpecial arr.amodatleat to nktirr rrreafrharie. HI M I' I fI DAIIBY'S llftT r y to C.wiaierrlal Trai tlrrt. Tk. Bar will be hit him in the eye with an inkstand. for all that. Nobody with a heart KlUiiev tkl J K Uf lis of a youny lady, a stranger iu the neigh ful beauty of the fair one with a feel11.4 alw.ii ith tb. rk.le.it ttolrait P AaJ We understand that Patterson is look- would treat a man like you have me, majttiir. irrt trMrl ar brand! ar LI. .era tad Ultra, la kfft tMtlj ! Prophylactic IlI'Mff. Wllbottllr borhood, who was temporarily stop ing we know not how to describe. He tf Mr tirtllf at Llt.ri It atucbtd. IftR MOD iiopwiiisrs ing for us, pretending that he doesn't Don't leave, stranger; I'll felfyou all. sought her acquaintance, which was Blttort. Pilling of Pinall Pox pra- sawed a man's head off with an old ping in the village, and, after courting know who struck him. The sun of a I prttentr-l- . tUtJAffr4' her assiduously for some days, popped grunted, nud the youthful aud blush riren purl Red 1 lieiled. yep), '3 mwhi, D. I. O. gun knows well enough who struck army saber just for " The Texas vfaM (Small l'o.v orari lianirena prtten Inland question, recived ing, though handsome pair, strolled the It cured. fnl n r ia4ar Terror was down tho stairs and half him. ' l 3rtT. It tl f Wnuudi healt-off nlono nnd seated themselves betVPrt HOP fcrtttM) , Surrntoiilo tlaugherly A llolmet, Erntllcittcil. Scurter cured In rapidly. a ibort Key "West (Sun offico) "II. G."-- Not way around tho corner, while tho "yes" for an, answer, and insisted on irr art; ?r$ t M ft4tlwa, time. neath tho spreading trees. In flamTH will tho marraige ceremony being performlllbat f STANFOICI). - - KENTUCKY, rvrrtlir Jt up. having Aycr's nlmanac for 1882, editor, taking aifresh chew 6 rattleTVtlter dried .rtftlr. Hop Blttf a ing words, full of eloquent meaning, II it irirctlr For iSor. Throat It It a Maxirac-trairr or and having mislaid the one for 1881, snake (twistf. continued his peaceful ed tho following evening- - According sure cure- Contagion dettrojed Sick room, r tf fr ly, a large number of friend were in the young man pledged his love nnd rlned and tiu.le pleaunl, tick iwnoutrf NlVtR yaniitUJ, t't we are unable to give you the exact avocations ''quietly as n Ileeed and refreatifd by Hillilng with Prop It It mny iFine Carriages, Buggies, vited, aud the couple were made ono asked hers iu return. Sho gave him tie KlulJ added to lb. water Nft whllo com Salt Lake Tribune). date I of Martin Van Buren's death, citizen. FAIL by a Justice of tho Peace of tho in return all he asked, and in so doing Ioni a tecured by It. um anient hun-l- ii naiiiinz; It occurred, ' wo i understand, rorao Qdreda. SJar Air wade liarn A Governor, an ex Governor, two neighborhood. Immediately upon the tho inimitable ripple of her voice Impureand purified t lea. IHiililliurlit years ago. Geuerals an editor, a clergyman, a conclusion ot tho ceremony the brido made musio to the sweet sentiments of torlnkllng Darby'. Fluid about. Itskala, Kussia (Sun office) "Mir-za- " I'rcicntcd. her soul, tho harmony of which fell Tu purity the breath, You are mistaken about 'Grand- banker, and merchant were the pall was surrounded by gentlemen friends, CleinM the Teeth, II his too wclcorao cars as pure, as beiurpaMed. upon ran't father's Clock." It is not a dirge bearers at thefuneral of Margaret all of whom insisted upou kissing her, THE INTERIOR JOURNAL . II soft, as gentle as flakes of the feath- Cliolera dlulpate-1-all Ship reeer prtrented by rn unple.unt uduri. Uit.rrb iu America it is sung as a pop- Haiigh'ery, in New Orleans. Nume- greatly to the displeasure of tho jealous iim. ltemorn Here Kr;tlwlat cured, llurnt ered suow." It is in such breathings llercd and cured. tirart pretcnted lu comi m Inilinlly. ular song, but if its translation into rous societies were officially represent- groom, whereupon sho made li6r escape .. mmmm death In the houie. It ed in the procession, which was hon- to an adjoining room, aud the bride- of the soul as this that tho Western Russian has seemed to clothe it in an ihould alw.jt Intut d journalist gets the bulgo on his EasIt about tho cor air of melancholy it is your language ored in various ways on its route from groom has not seen her since, or at will prttent any Sfitrlet tern brcthcr. AND PHAETONS, tm.ll. is at fault, not the music. The the church to the grave, even tho least has not been able to rccognizo that M Fever Cured An Antidote lor ult- or rexetable Nettie Brown becamo furiously author is au American, but will be brokers quitting the Stock Exchange her. The truth of the matter is that tho 001. ttlDKl, Ac IS PUKI'AltKD.O.N Pancerout eRIat laa of WAGONS delivered up if proper application is to stand uncovered on the sidewalks bride was a pretty boy, and when he jealous wheuever nny other woman OF ALL KINDS. tick ruiutuii lHwptt.lt remoee.1 by Ittut.. Yelas It passed by. Mrs". IlaughTry was left the room he changed his garments tn,ade advances to George Smith, of low Feter ertdlraled. made through tho Stale Department In fact It It the gi.tt W'.uanuf.clurw Carrier, ot all dewrlptloni, THE SHORTEST NOTICE, ol humblo origin, uneducated, and had and mingled with the crowd and en St. Louis, nud while in such a frame .siploylDf only Disinfectant and Purifier workmen and uilnj at Washington. only tuilrrlal, and tell at reatontbbi ranriBKD or the fun. The groom will never of mind sho stabbed Lizzie Field. n.l material motld-em- l. Sfurea ttyle, wnrkutmblp Cape Horn (Sun office) "Patigo-nian- " boasted of novcr wearing a silk dress joyed to KXKetm: , j. ii. zi:li. a ')., Ill AL'U1I.KTT A-- II Villi. LAWYKW BKIKI-MManuttclurlnt I'hmlili, Bole rroprtelora. You are mistaken. Men havo oradcid glove; but she Mvas famous get over the rather practical joko Learning that her suspicion was enCATAUHIUtM, CIUCULAU!, his friends played upon him. tirely unfounded, Nettie professed been sentenced to prison in this coun- and .beloved as a. friendof tho' poor which s . .. . I'llOOKAMUES, rOMTKIW. NOTW. t.J cniiuren oi Louisiana. Juany years Elmira Advertiser. CIIECCM, CARDH, TAOK, ENVEUUM, contrition, became a nurso for tho try for stealing as small a sura as svK-LETTEll I1KAIM.NOTK IIEAUH, BIIXIIKAIMI, wounded woman, and did every thing of course such instances ago she nursed a dying man. He had Selling 4 Weight. WTATKUILSTM, KtCKllTM, BUBIIKNAH, a little property, which he left to her WITNErldCKRTiriCATEH,BONIi8, are rare. However, it is only when It cannot bo denied but what the to mako her comfortablo until sho WKODIKO INVITATIONS, justice catches a man when running for charity. She bought with this fairest way in disposing of articles died. It was believed, of course, that FDNERALNUTICEM, money a cheap eating houso and bak- from tho farm is by weight. It is the sho was actuated by a desire to mitioil with a ham or a loaf of bread -- ETCETC . ex,- -. w that she throws her whole soul into ery on the river front, and sold whole- only proper way, and why ? Let us gate her punishment; but, when senCHEAPER THAN ELSEWHERE! the enormity, and fires him through some food to steamboat laborers at a take eggs, for instance ? A dozen tenced to five years' imprisonment, sho WIIOI.l;iAI.KANI) Itl.TAII. little more than cost. "She gave of large HKAI.KILS, th'einoon. eggs uuder the recent system declared that tho term was too short, Y. V, WALTON, San Stucco, Mexico, (Sun office) them a roll and a cup of cofiee ior oi traffic, bring no more than a dozen as she ought to be immured for life fropctator. T. K. WALTeN, "Gomez" Jay Gould, whom you five cents? to1 keep them from spending oi small ones. No one will pretend She has now been out of prison about tlanagar. 0ffer Special Inducements! STILL LEADS WITH THE are pleased to denominate as "tho in- a quarter for whisky," says the ac to say that there is any justice iu this a year, and is the wifo of Smith, but count, "and they took the roll and Then take potatoes or turnips or she keeps the grave of Lizzie Field vidious foreign devil" who is cutting KENTUCKY'S ROUTE INTlli:H)I.LOVIN(l (lOOPili or onions, or fruit of auy kind. constantly decorated with flowers. up your country with railroads, is not coflee, and'thoy spent twenty cents for "an anaconda," but is known here as whisky all the same." The business A person who understands "dark EAST AND SOUTH-EASI keep a shop and sell fancy goods. a successfuL railroad,, stagnate. vYou prospered.Naad she might have accum- ways" can raako by measuring by are right, however, ia your surmises. ulated wealth; but alio established and bushel or quart a good deal more or A gentleman came in to buy someChesapeake & Ohio R.R., When the tide'of Northern civiliza- - partially maintained three orphan less according to the interest that suits thing. It was early, and my little boy AT PRICES, tion betrius'pourincr into McxioLvou asylums with the profits, and died rich him. In all tho berries sold in the and I were alone in tho house at tho oLT will bo obliged ,Jo wash yourself,- - we oay in reputation market by the quart there is a leakage lime. The gentleman gave me a sovereign, and I had to go up stairs to do not see aBy other way. But why j Distillkiu' wash, which has hither in the measure iu most instances. Dirrrt Ituulo without Chanitc or t'ura AND SELL THE BEST not cbauge.your methods in order to to been a source of annoyance,, pollut- Honest scales wout cheat. Tho ouly my cash box. Before doing so I went naiwaait rotnia IK BUGGY ON THE GLOBE conform to tho'new order'. of things? ing watercourses or reudcring the fair way in either buying or selling into the little room ucxt to the shop, nnd feaid to the boy: "Watch tho genLOWER THAN EVER, Why not givo. upeaUe stealing and soil putrceent, has been turned to ac- farm products is by weight. Kvnlucliy and Huntington, HlaunUn, Char- FOR THE MONEY. lolutrill., Hlckuond, and th. Mbortr.1, tleman that ho doesn't steal anything." highway robbery and'fit yeurself.for count by M.M.Gaillet and Huet tor yulckr.t and nott Cvnilurttbl. Iteule to Steer clear of politics, myson. Don't nnd I put him on the counter. As n bank casWWj'Thee-al- y diflerence the production of a valuable manure. SEND FOR CATALOGUE SADDLERY & HARNESS LY.NCIIIIUlMi, DANVILLE, .Ml It FOLK will be. ajitttywetra outlay for soap. The wash,' immediately alter it leaves hanker after office. It's the worst thing soon ns I returned he sang out: "Pa you can do except it bo to drink to ex he didn't steal anything; I watched AND TESTIMONIALS OF When Sir Clwrles Lyell, the emi- the still, is treated with perchlorate of cess or gamble inordinately. Too fre- him.' You may imagino what a poAT A SMALL PROFIT, HUNDREDSOF LIVERYMEN nent geologist, was in America ho iron, after being agitated with lime quently politics lead to both. Did you sition I was in. Chambers Journal. Virginia Si North Carolina Polnta. water. The lime precipitates the A 111(1 HTOCK OF adscents jo'have had; ills attendWHO HAVE USED THEM of iron tho lerric, jirecipitate ever stop to consider tho vice given to h'mi about traveling on Contauiok of diphtheria cau be obant upon a political career ? Do you l'l'Liuix Cnaiiiaa Anniiku. the Mississippi steamboats. "Never taking up nearly all the orgauio mat know bow many men have been ruin- tained from a dead body, if a recent Lard, Bacon, Meal, Flour, &c, The wash thus becomes a. perfectfur lldrit and furlLcr Infoam.llon, afidt to paytjyour faro till' you are compelled ter. ed by thirst fur political power, or how case is accurately reported. Two yourni.rett tliket ottirr, or addrrta w. vi. Monroe, HIT. nelgbtaud I'luengt' Ag'l, L.i- were engaged to be married; but was tho first piece of wisdom ly clear, colorless inuocuous fluid. many havo been sent to prison thereby, to," Inglou, Ky AU of which we offer at thrown at him. "And pray why Tho deposit or precipitate is agglomer- or how many havo committed sui- before tho ceremony took place tho I!. W.NMITII, ii. w. iim.i:k. ' ated into cakes aud forms a manure, not tl.u'l iltnager, Ag'r, Ilen'l x "he queried, with English Tho young COLUMBUS OHIO. cide on account of it ? You will find roan died of diphtheria. ItKlinoMU, VtKIIXU. rt'r ItCFKHKNCW: straightforwardness. "Because," waa very rich iu nitrogen and phosphoric that nearly as many have been wreck lady kissed her lover as ho lay dead in LOW (KXTLkHK I bar. Ien baudllut youl the almost whispered reply, "your acid, whicn more than pays tho expen- ed morally or mentally by dabbling his coffin. Threo days afterward sho Ilrewtler aide-bwtitont, phaelour, etc., fur the "BLUE-0RA8ROUTE." patt tour yetra. So tar tbey hare tilreu rnllr. ses of the process. Little space or labor KITH Kit chances are better in case of trouble." followed him In tho grave, dying of aallihctLn to all who hare bought theia, and I in politics as there have been by whig- a great lutuy more I lilt able eia(t lobe any ofto tell is required, most of tho operation being "Will you kindly explain youralf, toe pr.fluut ynn. Trtiatlog tho snmo disease, although there 'was teiton Him you will t able lo ml all order, promptly, I am. VAHU OK I'KODlK'i:! LB. R. sir?" said Lyell, astonished beyond performed automatically. not another case of it then nor for tticitoLia lUXKa, l.unjfiuaii. " Ind. " W ' ' Prevalence, of neural Disappointed people aro apt to be nineteen years before in thut neighmeasure. 'Well," answered the Nkuhauua. cynics. When a man is not having a tiKNTLKUKK: We bare been utlnx audttlllnx -- THE MO.1T DESIltABLK ROUTE T-UAmerican, with a very significant gia or what commonly goes your work In Clarke county for the patt lour by that good time ho always manages to say borhood. We are Agents for the Celebrated year, with the beat tatlsfrctluo to ourwlre. and leer, "when I was traveling up the name, should Your bugglc are uulrertally acbo recorded as a something satirical, like tho dog in tlio Here is tho Inlest Figaro bulletin cutloinera. by our cuttuiuer. to be the rcry beat knowledged river lust March somebody cried out, warning indicativo for the prltelbatcan be bouirbl lu the country. of a low condition manger, who couldn't cat the corn about tlio inoro or less tlivino Sarah: Your Combination rjprlng Iluitgy Itpruuouuced CA.S.-'Passenger overboard 1' The captain of health, which must tiding by all necessarily rend- himself and wouldn't let tho horse eat "She reached Vienna the other morn- buggy to be the tluctt. lutliat, iud ettlett wagon TIIEONLY IJNKItUNNINU r now In um. Your llrewttrr hurried to tho office aud asked, 'Has er its subjects peculiarly all In rival. susceptible to it. A wretch of this like says: "Second ing atfl A. M , and fainted; breakfast la certainly wllboul a your Taking cannot all, b. GHILL AND STEEL PLOW, w. fLirletilr ur that buule. the man overboard paid his fare V On the invasion of the diseases of the country au OARS marriages are an offense against the ed, and fitiiiteii; went out shopping, Iaten Inlourairuiy, fur ityle, dulih,and dura- biiiiy. being answered in the uflimintivo he type. It is always essential eternal fitness of things. They are and fuinted; appeared at tlio theater, Tkhxaxi A Motica. BETWEEN-- . Guaranteed to give latiifaotion or fprlugdeld, Ohio. turned to tho'riilot and said, indiffer- that tho vital forces should bo vigorliko pouring hot water ou second-hannnd fainted after eacli net; recoived tlKMTLKiiaNi I bare bad la Ilr.ry now fur no tale. Alio Agenti for ently, 'Go ahead; it's all right." ous, anJ the nerve power, in especial, tea leaves. lur ttieut a dol Tuxlnutuii unit Clmtliiiiutl. too much upplauso, mid fainted; iicard urrr two veart. and have notlook nearly llar goodre- at palri on I hem, aud tbey at in iull development; but neuralgia in new. Hare had buflea of wr.ral other "A certain class of distinguished lawtraveling lifu insurance agent of her losses in Sue Canal share, A aud Slid nune to good a. tb. Coluwbui DAVIS SEWING MACHINE, yers and the race of judges generally dicates a low or depressed state of vi applied to a lexuu to "take out a mid fuinted; heard of Iter great riv llu!gy Cuiupauy'a bugglet. ltetpectfully, TIMKTA11LE. IN WVKor MAUCH IS, ltlli- T. K. tlaoADxaM. tality a poor and weak state, and Conyert, Oeorgla. are aIsopersons who shrink from the Guaranteed for five yean, policy;" but the Texau replied, "A al, Mad. Woltca'c, success, and con Lre. Islington .. 7. JO au J. IS . u (iKHILkiiKK: Thebugglra I bare bad of your imputation of being newspaper read should be promptly placed under fellow's life is so precious uncertain iu gratulated her fainted; and so on." " M.y.tlllfc .i5 au ll.SO p u " I'trt... uanufutur. hare alreti ue entire alltfacilou. M au S.OA p u treatment. They are Ibe era. They regard tho comments of I bare.rer uwd fur the aaiue " lntbitua... ...... au au a:u p u this community, it aitit worth insurII A Oood Nuiikk tlionlil nut limiUte to aiunuutof money. Your. Irulr. ... looo au 4.M p u IU.UUIU...... Succi-68ku1). Collixi, IJreryman. journalism as encroachments ou the Arr, Clnclnnitl. ... Cuiik Foil Spavin. ing." i. 111:43 au .M pu PRODUOEEVERY KIND wait upon tlioe wliout errn mioli a diaeaaei Joplln, Mlwourl. sacred province of legal socialists. Spirits oi turpentine, pint; ammonia, Fees and Dootoiis. The fee of doctor u uiallK)r ha' nltickei, Tliere ia little (HcKTLkWKii: I litre Well connected with tb. Islington at 4.SJ p. u .andarrlre at U.yi. tare rtll.1.13 p. u. Ere. 1'arlor Car Irarra Every newspaper writer is to them, 1 ouuee; corrosive sublimate, 1 ounce; 1 an He in that very uiinjr perom are fur ufleeu dealing manufacture to be feared Taken ia exchange forgoodi. j perauna walling un the year.. Yourof and dura net In buKgle.mutt faitory Uiiugloo at LIS p. u, and Lara. look like work Ctnclnuatl at 2 p. u, constructively or potentially, guilty of gum camphor, 1 ouuee; alcohol, 2 oz. in uat at present. We believe tick If tliej will uae Iirb;'a Prutilijrlactic work, but It iniootnly Aultlied lu wood, Irou, Ibe IMlullog utod lu 1, which would Fluid freely in the witter they batliu with ColuuiLuiand Irtwmlag. Material baa prured to contempt of .court. Probably, as a Hub tho parts with a swab as it U'poi-sou- , the nchedule for villi Uuggy Coiuiuny'a buggle. CIom connection uade luCtnclnoatl for all polnta be ruu llgut. Every one lu the matter of fact, there aro no meu iu the Come one, come all, and examine Nortb.Eut aud Wetl, rioecl.l rait, to Euliranlt. until tho hock is sore. Keep it up tax a man confined to JiU Ltd for a year, und alao take it inleriiaUjr. In alck room, tnltofcouutr bttt. Tb.y bought your buggl.a are who biro Alk tb. Agent at Ilia d and In need of dally tUIIh, over $1,000 a it ahould lid ttxpoaed on a plate or aaucrT, well deaied Ib.y glra lb. bett of.atUlaclloii. bltCM fur a wofkhwho, are either such omnivorous for. two weeks,, uu til the J eg ii raw, "Hlue Your, truly, our goodi before purchasing else- trip ticket, ol the Maytillle(Ir.tt Koutt." Kuund. year for medical attendance alone! Ant and the patient 'iianged otrwitli the Fluid from K. E. Watt. and Lailuglon to Wlnchetttr, lilt. devourera of newspapers or so keenly the skin deadened and matter drawn told at reduced rtlw. one klngle bottle of Hop Hitter taken lit diluted with water, and aUo a few dro where. Respectfully, Kur rite, on boUMbold good, and weit.ru sensitive to criticism of every kind.' to Jha surface. , ,Theu.iue grease freely time would CHAS. A. HAbXtTT, the $1,000 and all the uxed Intcrnallf. It alio'llit alao he lined ia?e WJHAltKlV, 1X:0. U.u. hulgratloQ Agt., Coilugton, Ky. London World. to heal it up and prevent white hair. year' tlckneM. IW. about ever part of the hotiae, Dealer for Lincoln and Garrard Oos. HALE fc MINNKLT.KV. Owned to hit Record. The Latest Slang Viords. Hew to Apply the Soda Kerned to Burnt STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, JIICJUINN KOUNK! CHURCH MIUXTOKt. rt iKro? M nt ST.ASAPHHOTEL V7 ''U'fmN.-WonklBbytkoeanfr- g trans-cenda- nt and-whi- PER fid Ml-I- . ss J. MYERS HOTEL, ll irrimiNE Courier-Journa- l, ll. - Coutler-J.uro- fr-- m . i" I'-- m m . t i Mai hi-- Groat Destroyer, Fluid M-- . ri .f HIT . ar 1 ....... Daugherty &Hyde a (. ' - tbfl - g l, -- ml-lu- JOB PRINTING OFFICE llrat-cla- it llnt-clt- it -r ivcc MISBBB HALE& NUNNELLEY, UURIfflRIi np-pl- trinf SUGAR & COFFEE SOCK-BOTTO- INTHEWORlD. CANNED GOODS sorae-guriou- por-801- r' iiiin! tlJe-U- VERY PRICES! S J. I. E CIlVCIiVlVATr! FREE PARLOR d .... ..i W i 1 abore-ntiue- tlaie-fold- I. O.I'.AT. A.