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Semi-weekly interior journal: March 7, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882030701_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 7, 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. 30 HW ' Stems " vm Mi X.-NUMBEIt Inlefto 7, 1882. XonfimL NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER ' VOLUME 510. ShtphwJ Dogs. n singlo shepherd nnd his dog will accomplish moro in gathering a herd of sheep from a highland rami than twenty shepherds could do without dog; and It ii a fact that without tills docilu nliiinnl tho pastoral lifo would Imj a inero blank. Without tho shepherd's dog tho wholo of tho mountainous land in Scotland would .not bo worth nsixpciisc. It would ro- quire more hands to inauago a flock of sheep, gather them from the hills, force them into houses and drive them to market than tho profits of the whole stock would bo cnpablo of maintaining. Well may tho shepherd feel an interest in his dog; ho it is that earns tho family's bread, of which ho himA STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY, MARCH Matrimonial Schtme. 23. It ii said tlmt WtP. r. ri. WALTON. WALTON, . -. Editor an J Proprittor. Butintst Manager. Suiiscriition, S2.50 1'kk Annum. CAnllnm in Ihm froI. 7a No whero in tho nniinal kingdom is tlicroso favorablo nn opportunity for nccninc into naturo'i workshop n In tho rnctaruorphosoa of tho frog. This animal is a worm when it comes from tho egg, and romaim so the Aral four days of its life, having neither eyes nor can, nostrils, nor respiratory organs. Jt crawls, it breathes through its skin. After a while a neck is grooved into tho flesh, and its soft lips are, hardened into a horny beak. Tho different organ, ono after nnoth-c- r, hud out; then a pair of branching gills, and lost, a long and limber tall. Tho worm has become a fish. Three or four days more elapse, and tho gills sink' back into th body, whilo in their place others como much moro complex, arranged in vascular turfi, 112 in eacli, but thoy, too, have their day, and aro absorbed, together with their framework of bono and cartilage, to,bj succeeded by an entirely diflcr-cn- t breathing apparatus, tho initial of a second correlated grotiie of radical change. Lungs aro developed, the mouth widened, tho horny back converted into rows of teeth, tho stomach', tho abdomen, the intestines, for tho reception of animal fowl instead of vegetal)!)-- ; four limbs, fully equipped with hip and ihoulder bones, wjth nerve's and blood vesiols, push out through tho skin, whilo tho tail, being now supplanted by them as a means of locomotion, is carried away piecemeal by the absorbents, and the animal pasiei tho halnnco of nnd flesh its days as an pro-pare- TfV self is content with tho smallest mor- sel; always grateful nnd always ready to exhert his utmost abilities in his master's interest. Neither hunger, nor tho worst treatment will drivo him from his sido. Ho will follow him through firo and water, as the saying is, nnd through every hardship, without murmuring or repining, until ho literally falls dead at his feet. If ono of them should have to chnngo masters, it is sometimes long beforo ho will ncknowledgo the new one, or condescend to work for him with the snmo willingness ho did for his former lord; but, if ho acknowledges him, ho continues nttached' to him until death, and, though naturally proud nnd in so far as relates to his master, these qualities aro kept so much in subordination that he has not a will of his own. high-spirite- Tho Sunny South says: "Stage-strucmaidclis are dreadfully excited k feeding Imtracliiaii. A Cincinnati drummer accompanied ono of tho most charming young ladies to church Sunday night. They went in rather late, and the church being crowded, found beats on n bench fronting a stovo. The night was very warm, and after being thcro a while Feeling hot and noticing hi) fair companion's cheeks were flushed, tho drummer gal lantly lea his seat, whilo tho preacher was eloquently holding forth, picked up a poker and threw open the stovo door, only to discover that thcro whs not ono spark of fire within. Ho hastily retired to his teat, a redder roan, whilo his rcspirntion increased rapidly nnd hia lcmcratura ran up rapidly to about 2 JO. A broad smile went round tho congregation. The drummer didn't' smilo till next day, when he ked two of Ids lricnds to MadUouvillu "smilo" with him. Times. -- over tho newspaper picture of Mary Anderson alrawn from the depot in her landau by n bevy of nice young men. It is emu umi ono preuy miania gin in the itnm out In llm rsrrinpe-housand has the hired mau to luck yard draw her about in tho coupe, cultivating n sweet look nnd srailo for tho imaginary populace, and a graceful bow for tho shuck bouquets her brother is bribed to throw her. When she gets this down fino sho intends to take soino lessons in elocution nnd gesture." a The most stupendous matrimonial scheme that was ever devised is tho English women's Emigration Society. Tho ladies of England, who nre unwilling that tho talents of their supernumerary sisters should tie frultlcts, propose to tend them to Ilia colonics nnd to "tho State," whero whatever other luxuries may he lacking, men nbound. Agencies have been cstab lished in Australia, In Canada, in South Africa, and in Iowa. The bachelors of Queensland have oflcred 200 freo passages a month for comely u9lIST women under thirty, nnd the Home Government has graciously consented to pay the passages of a limited number, with no stipulations about age. Hut so diflident nre English women that last year only fifty-nin- e accepted theso, offers, nnd now tho society, through Maemillan't Magazin, calls . for "rcspccfnblo nnd capable" lovcrlesa but not unlovely women to go forth for love of God, love of man, or love of money, as missionaries, as philanthropists, as housekeepers or as helps, to sulxluo the colonics nnd replenish them, less England become a kingdom of calico. Thcro is no chanco for nn immigration of men; Englishmen oven go to America for wives; the good women of England, therefore standing on the census nnd seeing 900,-00- 0 Nemspaptrs. moro petticoats than pantaloons There is certainly no products of on the island, already behold a great- arts so cheap as the newspaper, and it er cataslropho than Macaulay's New is difficult to imagine any other thing. Zealander is to Bee a land without Were is not a medium for the comI littabaniiaf munication of the commercial needs of Back. "Do you the community, which form part of its Hi: Took mean to call me a liar?" asked ono ri- iocome, but are not strictly one of its val railroad man of another railroad journalistic functions, it would bo im man during a disputo on business possible to furnish what it does at the they had on Austin avenue yesterday. prices which it gets. That on tho "No, Colonel, I don't mean to call wholo it does not pay like other furyou a liar. On the contrary, I say nished products the cake, the cigar, you aro tho only man in town who tho oyster supper, the ribbon, tho tells tho truth all tho time; but I'm laces, tho glass of beer can only be oflering a reward of 825 aud a chromo explained on the theory onco advancto nny other mau who will say ho be- ed by the English philosopher who lieves mo when I say you never lie," was asked why the manufacturers of was tho response. "Well, I'm glad ale were all millionaires, aud the auyou took it back," replied the other thors all poor. "Because," ho replied, Galveston "for one man who has brains, thirty party as they shook. Detroit Freo Press. have bowels." News. C R .A. IN" D OJF" -- ZKZEIlSrTTTOIKrST-- OZPElSTIICTGr THE. ONE-PRIC- E CLOTHING HOUSE ! 3E3nSn?IR.ESIJTcr UNTETW Main Street, Stanford, Ky., formerly occupied by McRoberts & Stagg, STOCK. ctoo., 03F Bought for Spot Cash, at an Immense Reduction, and I offer the same at ces which cannot fail to convince the public that BOOTS, SKOSS. pri-- ! Ever offered in this or any other town. This is no bankrupt sale to run off" cheap goods. I come to stay and build up a trade by treating every one politely and dealing fairly and squarely with all. No misrepresentation. Every article as represented and satisfaction guaranteed. All I ask is a fair trial. D. KLASS. R0BT. S. LYTLE. SUCCESSOR TO McAI.ISTEIt & it-A- ix JITJJE, Having bought the McAlister interest in the above named firm at a considerable discount, I am thereby enabled to offer great inducements in prices on Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, &C. Call and see what you can do before you buy. "With thanks to my friends for past favors, I hope to solicit a liberal share of the same in the future. mOFESSlOXAL. 0 0 . tho heat )ccamo oppressive A fool, a barber, nnd a mau wcro traveling together. Losing their way, they were forced to sleep in tho opcu uir; nnd, to nvert danger, it was agreed to watch by turus. Tho first lot fell on tho barber, who, for amusement, shaved tho fool's head whilo sleeping. Ho then awoke him, nnd tho fool raiding his hand to scratch his head, exclaimed: "Here'a n pretty mistake; you have awkeued tho old man instead of me. bald-headehuld-heuile- d One of the most remarkable men is Mr. Marks. So remarkablo is Mr. Marks, that remarkable remarkera remark remarkable remarks about his markedly remarkable remarks. This remarkablo Mr. Marks marketed for Mrs. Marks and tho little Marks (please mark it), nnd marketed iu such a remarkablo manner that Mrs. Marks and tho little Marks remarked, "how markedly remarkable is Mr. Marks. Frankfort Yeomau. Henry Bergh says vaccination will havo tho effect of deteriorating the human ruco nnd rendering people inreasoning. capable of Kind of doubt that lost point. We've seen a man reason out very consecu tively that it was the man who rubbed against his left arm who hurt him, and that by calling tho man names and punching his head, he could be made Boston Post. to regret his course. coiiH-cutiv- The Yeoman estimates that under the hill, which has passed the Senate, requiring nil railroads to fence their lines on both sides of tho track, the coat will bo in tlu neighborhood of 81,000 per mile of road. As thero are 1,800 miles of road in the State, it would entail an outlay of near 81,800,000, of which the Nashville road would have to pay about or 8C00.OO0. one-third, 00 countlea anil In tba Court of Appeati. Will practlcoln tha Court! of BojIeinJ adjoining ATTOIINEY A.T LAW, DANVILLE, KY.. JAMES O. OIVEN8, ALEX. ANDEHBON. ly made. 5th St., TractlcM In all tho OourU. 311 ATTOIlNE' A.T LAW, LOUISVILLE, KY. Collection! promptWALLACK E. VARKON. ROBT. S. LYTJLE. H. G. RUPLEY, JULJEJ CHANT TAILO JL, STANFORD, KY., . Tke T. W.VARKOlf. M 0 If you would preservo summer made butter for winter uso, seo that tho butter-mil- k is nil worked out of it beforo it is packed, and then keep it un He der n stronir brine, nnd if bo kept it A Delicati: Compliment. happened to press the foot of n young will bo os sweet at tho end of the year lady, who was Bitting noxt to the as when it was mndo. It can bo kept door, in getting out of n street car. in tubs or firkins, but perhaps the Tho damsel, compressing her brow very best package, is an earthen jar, frown ejacu- and tho tighter tho cover fits on tho into an A banquet in a steam boiler wns lated : jar ttio better, as u moro ciieciuaiiy recently given by a Germau manufacl" "You clumsy wretch excludes tho air. m o turer in the duchy of Baden to Most men would huvo looked foolA Western newspaper has an tho completion of ono of the ish and apologized, but our hero wns upon "Where Kditors go largest steam boilers in tho.world. o equal to the occasion. When Thoy Dio." They go, of course, tho boiler a table was arranged lady," ho exclaim"My dear young to n land that is fairer than day; where for thirty guests, while racks for the ed, "you should have feet largo uo delinquent subscriber can ever set cookery and wiuos were placed along enough, to bo seen, nnd then thoy his foot; whero waste baskets, cranks, tho sides. wouldn't bo trodden upon." deadbeuts, exchange fiends, spring .spar'filer brow relaxed, her oyes Her loving salutation : "I thought poets, and book canvassers aro never kled, her lips smiled, and tho injury is Miss S., that you hated that flirty found; to a laud, in short, where it was forgotten. New York Com- minx. Yet you went up and kissed ono perpetual rest. her. Miss S. "I do halo her, and LkUv Shauks. Tho paper lamp mercial Advertiser. that is why I did it. Liok at the big shades s6 toshionablo just now can bo An exchange says: A North Car- freckles on her cheek where I kissed made very cosily. Fold n sheet of olina "papa" writes to a Virginia pa- tho powder off." scarlet tissuo paper in center forming per that his two daughters havo been a'haif square; then roll again iuto a It is hardly nn argument against a spoiled by "newspaper puffing iu the quarter squaro, thou into nn eight; Viririnin Invvn wtiprn tlinv wrnt to man's strength of character that he continuo folding in this way as loug should be easily mastered by love. A school. "They'vo come home," ho as possible, always folding from tho mau should bo very firm in other matsays," with three or four notices of the center. Holding the thick part firm ters, aud yet be undor u sort of witchcharming Misse in their scrap-bookly in 0110 hand draw it through tho Georgo Eliot. a woman. and they hain't been worth a ery from other till tho paper is thoroughly fo' petiny bit sinco." The first newspaper set up in North creased; then partly unfold and draw 0Mi America was in Boston, on the 25th it through the hand from tho center No, young man, it doesu't hurt you of September' 1090. It was named to the outer edgo. Whoa it has a parliclo to sow your wild oats. (Jo both Foreign well creased cut enough from tho ahead and sow as mnuy as you wish; "Publlck Occurrences, and Domcstick." Only one number center to allow of its slipping over tho but its tho gathering iu of tho crop is known to havo heeu printed. lamp shade,' that will mnko you howl. Aud you have to gather it, too. If you don't Every person who keeps chickens John Bruce, Highland piper nt it gathers you, and one is u great deal should raise gardoa pepper. A tea, prescribed us a remedy for made by boiling them in water aud cramp twelvo stones taken from twelve worso than the other. added to boiled potatoes or corn-mestreams, on which tho If u mau offender feelings says an patient must sleep. Scott told tho piper unkind word, it rankles in his con- dough is stated to bo a sure preventthat the recipo was a good ono, but in science for days; while u hard mau in- ive for cholera in fowls. order to make itiinfalliblo tho stones flicts a score of wounds in a day on his Prof. Young says tho light emitted must be wrapped iu tho petticoats of family nnd dependents and never feels by tho sun Is equal to 0,300,000,000, wiuows wno never wauiwi iu umrry a reproachful pang. 000,000,000,000,000,000 candles.That 0 The ltepublio. agaiu. is what wo have boon tolling tho boys Tho New York World has just Sunday Argus. all tho time. The moat reliable stimulant for the disease in ice. Wo MlW8 erowlli of Infanta fund children, and the know that it was a 11 lie ted with cold: The speed of electricity is 192,000 one moat genllTuu lis soothing effect, it (miles, pcrflecoud, riircckinridgo'Nows.' .,.''" Jlrown'a Iron MitlcrsL celo-bratarti-clain.- it Iu-sids, be-oosouth-runnin- A South Carolina negro, smarter OlBce In Owiler A Son'i new building up italra. than his fellows, is reaping a golden II. O. KAUFPMAN. harvest with a iiude figure of a devil, ATTOItNEV AT H.AW, inside of which he has rigged a phonoLANCASTER, KY. Muter CnimulHloner and graph, and tells fortunes at a dollar a nricttraln all theCourUof County Attorney. Will Uirrard aud adlolnlnz head. Tho mysterious voico almost countiei and'ln the Court of Appeals. TflOMAB P. HILL. Jit., turns his brother mokes white with ATTOIINEY AT LAW, words their terror as it relates in plain 8TANFOBD, KY. Will practici In the Cuurti ol thli and adjoining Huntsville(Mo) Her countlea and In the Court of Appetli. Office In shortcomings. Owiley A gon'i ne building up itatri. ald. 0 LEE 1'. HUFFMAN. Precedence and age: There is a DKNTIMT, story of Solomon not contained in the SUnREON 8TANF0RD, KY. Office South tide Main Street, two doora abore "Book of Kings." Two of his court tha Myera Hotel. damsels had a row as to precedence. PuroNllroua Oxide () ediulnUlered when Solomon looked kindly, and eaid: DU. J. O. OABFENTEB, "Let the oldest go first," and tho dam- STANFORD, KENTUCKY sels embraced and went in together Office over Itobt. 8. Lytle'i ilore. Office hnura t) l. .; 12 to 1 r. M.J 7 to 9 r. u.i exfrom 7 to with entwined arms. cept on Saturday, when he will go to Crab Orchwith a Linseed oil, whitewash brush, has been recomr mended by a Kentucky as a reiiablo remedy for pear blight. He claims to have effectually ehecked the progress of this disease with its use. d fruit-growe- ATTOHNEYM AT STANFORD, KY. T. W. A W. E. VARNON, X.A.W. Fiom tha belt of Forelgu Makera. They will be cut and uiadIn flnt-lCutting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. "To Excel." Comprises Everything that is Neva, ity'e. 1IU motto tlit opportunity of thanking hla patroni In Stanf.rd and Tirlnlly for their liberal anpport, and bopei to retain lt,a lie ha ato.a thu early In the eeaaon, before being culled oter, and It !: GEO. D. WEAREN, STANFORD, LANCASTER and HUST0NVILLE, -- DEALER IK- - Grain, Wool, Orchard Grasss and other Seeds, 00 ard till lurt her notice. HJ HE IN HTANrDHU TWll Wfctiwo of each month, from Ural Monday, and In Lancaa- ter two weeks of each month, Iruui third Monday. Office In Bt. Auph Hotel, oier Mattlngly A Sou's HmCJ I WILL NOTIOB H.V. MOKGAN. D.D.8. 1 -l 'SJ6 1"-- Lover, daughter, sister, wife, mothA Chance for a Bargain. er, grandmother in those six words lio what tho human heart contains of with to sell my tract of Knob Land sweetness, the most ecstatic, tho most 100 ACIIKN! CONTAINING sacred, the purest aud the most incfla- Situated about 4 mllea South of Stanford, and Mossias. ble. Farni." It lias on known as the old "1'ocr-llou- :fi.a.i:r. ' I BDPIRIIErGBaVW-.A.GrOICTS- , I Mexican editors seem to be in dead earnest when they fight duels. Senor Morelo and Senor Sanorito fought a duel at Guadalajara on tho 2Gth ulU with pistols, and both fell dead at tho first fire. New It two small buildings, connected by a porch, In which a small lauilly ran lire couiiunauir; an excellent Spring near tbe bulldlogs; abuutSOO young Apple Trees of select Irult, uisny ol which aro now bearing, aud a quantity or good Timber, such aa poplar, c.k, chestnut. Ac. Stanford, Ky., Febtuary 17, 1102. J HLAI.N. Era. s Stanford Female College. STANI'OltU, KY. With a Full Corps of Teachers, This Institution opened lis Twrlllti Session on tbe 2d Mnudsy In September Isst, ALL THE BRANCHES OF A in cremation. Yes, but then she never tried it herself. You take notice tho people who have boon cremated once never Burlingwant to try it over again. ton Hawkeye. Miss Kato Field-believe- 0 Providence made a great mistake when it put hearts into girls hearts THOnOUCHENGLISHCOURSE Art taught, aa well aa all ready to love and admire, and be grateful and happy with a word, with a MUSIC. TUB LANQUAOKB. UUAW-INAND rAINTINO. nothing. (Miss Thackeray. BUGGIES d car-lo- ad v a ' ' TZ -- -r- jZS&rx-T?!' i A.3ST3D CABBIAGES, Mr. Palmer V, Dale, IItIdl' lieu SavanAnd other nah, (Is., yaya: "Myself aud family have lots, aud consequently obtain the largest dUcsunt wd direct, for cash, in alwaya, since Hring in this locality, Lien In Tuition, prices rang from Itf to WO In th Goods a; Seasonable Pnces-t- he lowest rates of freight. Onr motto is j "Fust-chu- s ii; Intermedials regular Departments. Hear-lu- g troubled with malarial dltorder. 13V; I'reparaUuy, MO, and Collegiate, IM. Best is alwaji the Cheapest." Bespectfull, v that llrown'a lion Bittern were a sure Btanfoid.Kj. GEO. D. aa to Board, Ac,, addrt-iario(ly, For full particulars, prevent!? e, we hare all uted it A WILIslAMM, , and ai,a result none of ua liar aloce beta MKM. H. . TKUKHKAKT. l'rlMrll.M W. Ii. KITIIKIIN, Managsra lIuiUMitTlle Depot. ' Mauagcr Laucaaler Depot. ' stasbrd, Lincoln Oo.,Ky. fck." """" TERMS MODERATE. Uralta iFrlll Coru.llMHlerm MnlUy IMewm CiiltlVHtortt, Ilarrown, CrH.Shcller, HiniW'Ciiitem. HHylTwwtH., Threk- tug MnekiuvH hhJ LHKlHeM, We bur Molnihelr from M.nfrtureri. Implement and MacLineri. WEAREN, (ilti:i: V An Ohio youth deliberately shot and killed his invalid mother, liecause he gut tlrcl of waltlng.on her. . , . -- The Mayor of Philadelphia has lust appointed two niore"coIore"d policemen, tda making seven on the force. At La Salle, III., a dissipated man shot au his wife because of her refusal longer to support him, and then killed himself, KIghleen months ago South Somerset Judge, K. W. Brown; County Clerk, patent outride at Eliiabethtown. We hare Blainj County Attorney, D. II not heard of a single man tn the con 0(7 of had thirty two residences. They now numJohn purCarpealcrSWerii, J. N. Meflefeo; any complexion orany poliljca who Reg- ber seventy, with a populationv of. "about . 600. Klolimond poses to vote for JacoeS. Jailer?T. D. Ncwtond, Aaseeaor, Hand won the New York' walking ister. CERRO OORDO IN CONOJIEW, match, making 000 miles In 102 hours. II. illocker; Surveyor P. B. Howard; IfilVIlliaroa ha done an j tiling there, ex- The ste receipts were JOO.OeOcf.wkich he TV,T, Daifhcrty, and CrMr, got ir,wv. Tolbert Martin. Although not cept splutter bad English and draw hta Two Democrats, two Republicans and we hare seen no record of It. There exactly aa wo voted it, wo helievo la aomething abxolutely painful n listen one Grrenbacker sign the minority report a wliole, Ing to that the ticket U, taken the acattered and broken icntencea aa in favor of Mormon Cannon retaining his that could be they pour out from thla voluble and empty M at in Congress. ttrongest the ,, k nominated from the list of candidate, statesman, who attracts' the attention of the Information at aahIngtonfrom Lou- la to the effect that Mr. Conkling's and wo shall give it our nioit unquali- Senate only to excite Iti ridicule. , declination, of the Supreme Court appoint fied, su pport. The gentlemen com- iavllli Post. BOUND TO COM V. . . ' ment la on Its way. it nre all democrats, good and prising The LouisTllle Democrat, the first DemTbe Virginia House pf Delegates has true, and their popularity in their ocratic paper to advocate the negro Ultimo-n- y passed a bill appropriating' 100,000 for f law, sara: There ia another like s tep the colored normal school, nnd also a gen jiarty has been most abuudantly was that must be taken now, It U an eqnal eral local option law. proven. In fact, tho democracy Judge Joseph H. Lewis, present chief so well pleased with Messrs. Brown, division, ol the school fund, per capita, Theaoon-e- r justice of Kentucky, Is a candidate for re that not a among white and black children. Blain and Mcnefec, It ia done the better for all concerned, election to a seat upon the appellate bench man in the party could be found for it inevitable. There la no use kjcklng " from the third district. ' to run against thera, "while tho others against the pricka. Jesse Helfman, who, because of being THE OFFICE Or SHERIFF, go in on well earned laurel. Thero enceinte, was respited from execution' for Injudicious haste, and impulsive' and no combination of disappointed is' complicity in the assassination of tha late crude, legislation, hare well nigh ruined democrats and notoriety seeking re- the ofl ice of sheriff in Kentucky. Stripped Czar, died last week in child-birtThe grand jury of the District of publicans that can beat the ticket as of its legitimate fees, Its attraction come wo defy them to name more largely from desire of otTical station Columbia brought In another lot of Indictnominated, and ments against Dorsey, Brady and others their entries. The causes that led to than from allurcmenta ol compensation. for conspirscy in the frauds. tho disgraceful' defeat of a florlion of The legislature should give thla matter A statue to the memory of Cheif Justice Its earnest attention. The office should be tho Counry ticket in 1874, are not John Marshall, formerly of the Siiprtme rltalixed and rendered valuable enough to alive in tho present race. There is invite first class occupants. As the thing Court of the United Stale,! In be erected in a reservation In Washington, and to cost no dissatisfaction ijtlw party ranks as now stands the place is going $20,000. there was then, nnd not n man on our and finds nuborir willing to aMUiue tha e The boiler of a factory ticket but what can hold hi owiraml L.hearr reanonsibilitiesoftbe . place for the at Stage's Station, ImT xploded. killing . -I n. DSSocrata do rinsignllent par aiicuedjio 11. Uiasgotr' five men and wonnding two not be a burden to others. Fump not go back on their party principles to lines. ing cold water Into the almost empty hot A SIMILE. lead- . There is a certain" kinjtl of boiler caused )ha accident. please a few dissatiaGed would-b- e In a quarrel on the steamer Gen Lytle ers, and we predict that even if it is bug that in summer time stands on Its combination head and with Its hind legs pushes along a last Thursday evening, Richard, ltislio. a opposed by tie strongest son shot a Pittsburg iron independents in Augustr1 certain kind of ball. The longer it is worker, who of retorted by beating Rishop rolled the worse it stinks. It is finally our ticket will be elected by. at least buried In the earth, where parturition takes over the head with a beer glass. 500 majority. There is quite a contest over the place, and a few ill smelling little bugs, eren more cflensive than their progenitor. Chairmanship of the Democratic CongresImmediately following the blow-ou- t in Louisville, find, their war to the surface, and in course sional Committee. Randall, Koaccrans of time thejr become rollers of the same and Howe, of New York, want it. It is tho republicans of the city who were kind of ball, having no higher aspiration. thought the latter wll probably get it. opposed' to allowing tho tail to wag Thla is Homelhinz like TJie latest information is that Profesthe McHenry ball tholdog, met in" mass meeting and in now being propelled by the Louisville sor Hiram, is to be appointed strong terras denounced the proposed Commercial. It is becoming more oQensive Minister to the Hawaiian Islands out of fusion' with tho few bolting democrats with each day's rolling, even to the nos- consideration for a promise supposed to trils of Itepublfcjms, who can stand al have been made by the late President Gar o and called on tho State Central most anything. The interment will take field. to make a straighout republiAfter much debate, the Iowa State place about the 1st Monday in August, and can nominee. Tho meeting was not if there is ever any resurrection, it will Senate has agreed to. a constitutional only largo btmdecidcdly enthusiastic, be a few soreheads who will continue to amendment, prohibiting the manufacture Senand sale of intoxicating liquora as a beva fact which shows that the Commert mil the ball of dkiffeCtion.-Shelb- r '" " erage. The measure now goes before the rial as an organ, is without honor in its tinel. people. LEGISLATIVE, In addition to the own country Gens. Sherman and Hancock, accomviews expressed in the meeting, letters Sneed, assistant Clerk of the Senate, panied by nearly as many Colonels as comrepublican's has resigned, and J. A. Grant has been pose were read from prominent the Union Reform party of Kentucky, all over the State, which showed that elected In bis atead. are on an inspection tour through Texas, Senator Wilkinson, editor of the Trigg California and the Yosemlte Valley that the. sentiments of true republicans every where were against a coalition county Dtmocrat, ia lying very low f will occupy them for ten weeks. C.-at the Institute of the Feeble A London letter says: "It is doubtful that would compromise their fixed pneumonia,Frankfort. Minded at whether MacLean really intended to kill principles without any benefit to be The Committee on charitable Institu the Queen. Nobody suspects that there Poor McHenry, tions reported and had passed a bill to ap was a political gained thereby. motire in his act, and there poor Jacobsr their main stay has been propriating $13,000 for the beneGt of the has been no hint that he had an accomplice Kentucky manufacturing Establishment or acted as the tool of any one." knocked from under them. ' the Presi The Jjfttt attempt to take the life of for the blind. amended the House bill to dent In response to an inquiry, the House The Senate sent a communication (o Queea jjVjicleria was made a few days punish minors, for misrepresenting their about the United States mints and their- ngb.TheSh6t wa9 fired as she was ages to procure spirituous liquors, by add- productions, showing that the coinage at about to enter her carriage at Wind- ing that if a sells liquor to a the mints has averaged $1,290,801 per sor, by a man who gavo his name as minor over eighteen years of age believing month since 18,8. The arerga cost of Ehoderick Mac Lean, standing at thir him to be of lawful age, he shall not be bullion per month was $2,0G7,805. A correspondent of the Gxed ty", paces. It went wide ol the mark, I jliable to the penalty now prescribed by up II Congressional districts C.J.ashas make r. so to -- Judge una tne wueen uiu not Know mat me Hansford baa offered the fol them all democratic, and this is the way attempt to uscassinato her had been lowing lulls: To authorize the trustees of he puts the 8tIi,aoas to insure 1,371 majori Crab Orchard to tear down and rebuild the made till sometime after. The man ty. Mercer, Anderson, Washington, Royle, public seminary in the town of Crab OrMarion, Casey, Lincoln, Rockcastle, Lauwas immediately seized and jostled to chard, in Lincoln county; A bill to amend a police station, whero ho said he did the charier of the town of Crab Orchard, rel, Jackson, Madison and Garrard. Sergeant Mason's trial for shooting at not shoot to kill tho Queen, but to in Lincoln county; A bill for the benefit Guiteau his been concluded, and the Court cause public alarm and get his pecuni- of John K. Menefee, Sheriff of Lincoln Martial forwarded seal to Gen. Hancock. county; To empower tbe trustees of the ary grievances, redressed. He is It ia rumored that hia sentence will be as an eecentric',drunkeu wretch. town of Crab Orchard, In Lincoln county, three years' imprisonment at Fort Leavento issue bonds to pay for lands on which to Pitney, lato custodian of the erect machine shops for Louisville and worth, Kansas. He will remain in the same jail with fluiteau till Gen; Hancock Treasury, continues to tell of the steal- Nashville Hailroad Company. approves the finding of the court martial. The following niemben of the Generings made from the Treasury, under A Virginia member of Congrcg is al Assembly were appointed a Jnint Comthe nose and with tho sanction of preparing a bill to appropriate $35,000 to mittee nn John Sherman. The story is worse From the Congressional .Apportionment: purchase the Temple farm on which the Senate Mcssh. Cox, Adair, even than tho charges Sherniau made Skiles, Fugle and MIzef From the House battle of Yorktown wan fuught. He also contemplates a further raid on the treasury against Arthur while ho was Collector First district, J. It. L ten; Second disto buy the Munticello property of tbo Port of Now York, ami from trict, (1 V. Triplet!; Third district, W. G. in a bill near Charlottesville, Va., where Thomas which he kicked hira out for gross mis Hunter; Fourth district, I). II. Smith; Jefferson Is buried, and a farm at Orange, management. By tho way, thin sweet Fifth district, i: F. Madden; Sixth dis- Va , where James Madison is buried. pair walked iu to tho Garfield Memo- trict, J. W.Lill;; Heventh district, Chas. The flood is. doing (ts wprst In the Offult; Eighth district, David Rankin; Lower Mississippi valley. The highest rial meeting arm iuarm, which would Ninth district, J. It. Clarke; Tenth district, water known for half a century is sweep show that a genuiuo reconciliation had S. C. li.scoiu. Two of the fifteen, ing over the levees and angrily sweeping been effected. Hunter and Clarke, are Ilepub- back to the high ground, filling tbe counlions. Tub republicans of the 18th Senatry for Gfty or one hundred miles from the BOYLE COUNTT. torial District of New York, to show banks with wrecks, carrying away houses, driving people to their I oofs and doing their disgust at the disgraceful coaliDantille. On Saturday, aa Mrs. Chas. I'. Talbott damage to the extent of many million, of tion of their party with the Tammadollars. ny rogues and plunderers, elected a was stepping from a spring wagon, her The steamer Jas. I). Parker, en route dress caught on a nail, and she was thrown democrat to succeed Senator Wagner, violently to the ground, her head striking from Cincinnati to Jrmphis, with 100 tons the victim of the Spuyteu Duy vil dis- the ground and rendering her unconscious. and a fine passenger list, was sunk 011 the aster, by a majority of over 1,000, She remained in this condition several Falls of the Ohio, Sunday noon, and will although the republican majority at Lours, and at Ust accounts was slowly Im- prove a total loss. She had a Valuable cargo, Including 2.800 kegs of Wheeling nails. the last election was 0,782. It will proving. On Friday morning about 0 o'clock, Two of the cabin crew were drowned. The not do to say that all the republicans as a negro man named Peter Kiubrey was Parker was valued at $l5,000and insured aro dishonest. euteilng the front fate of Iter. Jno. J. or $10,000 in Cincinnati olllces. She Is will not da fur the Congressiona jtogers, one nine irow town on me (manes-tpw- n owned by the Memphis and Cincinnati pike, he discoved a male negro child Packet company. Apportionment Committee to ignore Queen Victoria ban been upon the the 100,000 republican voters ia the about 18 montba old wrapped up In a bunBute by fixing up eleveu democratic dle of rags lying 011 the Inside ol the gate. throue for the long perfod of forty-foyears of districts. Better act fairly about it. Aa Mr. Rogers wasaay from home, Mrs. years, and the is now Rogers sent It to town where It waa at once age. Her reign lacks but a single yeir of It will pay in tbo long run. Identified as the child of Dird Hoffman, Wing aa long as the reign of Queen F.llza-betConklinu was confirmed by a vote living 2 miles In an opposite direction from Yet should Queen Victoria enjoy as of 3!) to 12. Twenty-fiv- e Senators where It whs found. It turned out to be a long a life as that of her grandfather, heartless case ol abandonment, as IJird's paired, and thus kept from showing wife, when the child was returned to her, George the Third, and wear the rrown till their hands. pretended not to know that It had been her death, her reign will run into the twenThe contested election cote of tJinltli away; hlie.allerward admitted that tier tieth contury, and her subjects of 1'JOl will vs. Hober&on'filxlfi district rf iJulslVni, husband had taken jt upay that morning, gaze upon her fii the year of with the intention of ''giving It to some has been dismissed. her age. while folks to rale." TIMKMOUOKTIIEN. WlimeTrT Jaeolisi rUT llrfJ of lit pr-I- t 3C3T. in a'rnrty, iben'wlll be llie time for to rote for lilm and not until March 7, 1882 Tuesday Morning, then. Mountain Kcho. (lip) A rRRTINKNTqUMTtO!. EDITOR How many respite of gambling fines W. P. WALTON. lias OoTernor Jllackburn granted In tbe put rear and what were hla reasons for .Our Candidate Lontsrllle Commercial, granting lliem? lablo on our local Rcfcrccco AN IffMONIFICANT rAtn,., pago giving the voto In full, will ahow Tliere are onlj two newspapers In the Stale that support tbo moretheat one a that tho democratic ticket at tue cust election will rcail : For County patent Inside at Sonerset and the other a f CURRENT COMMENT. . ? NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. ' ST.A.IsriFOIlD, -- Business failures last wcekjJ.17.agaInsl lis the week before. ? Louisville Ins sold her million dollars "worth of stock In the L. A N. It. 11 , at 80 cents. - v ' At Aberdeen, Mlss W. It. Jones fwhtte) and Kill Miller (colored), who 'murdered tho Waller llrothers, were hung In therpreaenco,e,of 4,000 people. Jones fainted after the noose waa adlusted around his neck, and his limp body had to be held was knocked from up till the e while under lilm. Miller had a this was going on. Three Indian spies .were executed at Fort Grant, Arizona, Ther mounted the scaffold lauahlmr. and showed no signs, of fear; said they were happy; would soon meet their' friends; hook hands with all on the platform, and after prayers by the Chaplain the trap waa sorting and the men died without a struggle. trap-door buck-agu- MT. VKIHO.1 ATKnTI.K)IMT JOHN W. KintltY sessor of Itmkesttle eonnty, THE UNITED STATES MAIL As- tsa tslMMlt for " - Anjiulslctllon, l tlis efflre of IMT XaV jM Tli tar L 'arWw' Y- rings A ,1. j. i'iki: Ittt, ' t 11 tie, August elretlnn, ln Dtnioerstlepsrtr. lsarsn.llitstoKrX)tlNTY JUIMlK of Rocirss. to sny anion of r.n.w ifr in your 5s:.5;vq tfi:ti cs. seeds are not soldCard for VNMAK TVKPl J""'2Z' Postal - gtsT jnTo QFFn STORE every & man's door. If our SONS, Philadelphia. JASPKlt N. IIIKHV.N and PrlCQS. If ..-- Handsome Illustrated Catalogue town.dronusa Address D. I.ANDRETH ATTOnNBYof llott-M.ll- e rounty, Au(u"l clrellon. I JSl.lut Jwt to sny sttlon of His bsraorrscy. Is s esn.ll.lsle for COUNT j. w. imtnvN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Mt. Vornon, Ky, ;wifiyv WETS X m m - A 21 IK MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Thli. New .Mill, cniitalnliiR llio lalrM ami Jo. 'r Con-slSbic- T aal-ar- 1 n , New-Yor- ' Pratllrfsln all ths Courts. Offieo Hnulh ill Corn Is selling at $5 per barrel, and Is Msln street. 47l-l- jr scarce at those figures. . m. .'s Freight trains now arrive." hefe Tai fol- IowslGolng South, flrWi.'M1? going North, N EY 11:00 a. m. Mt. Vornon, Ky. ore ha been discovered on Crooked Creek. It ia not known whether Will nrsctlr hla frofrxlon In Roetrsstls and It exists In paying quantities. adjoining eountlr and tn ths Court of Appeals. That little ahower ol rain which lie- - Hpeelsl stUoUon siren lo collections. gan falling Saturday night, was still com. ing down at noon yesterday, with no rial, Sam. M. Bunttt; Editor. MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY iiiuiiiiiHCliirlnc; niciil nittl flour, In now Ih full opcrHtloH. Wn will grind for cnRtonicrx, Tor the prcNonl, 011 TiicmiIh)', Wc1 iicNiltiy, TliiirHtlHy, FrMriy hiiiI SHliirtlHj'orcHch week, hhcI on Cotirt-DnyhiiiI nil oilier public Ihjh. Wo hoIU'II n liberal MHw.ro of patroiiHKi; antl nlll eiitlenrer fe kIic entire HatlsfactloH. r nam luutnirrr, ATTOR AT LAW, si Flour, Meal, Corn, Bran, ShipstutT, JIATTINGLY, McALISTER & &&., Star-mut- e bronm-handt- A Hin-daIe,- of Cora-raittc- J. ble signs of exhaustion. After having been shot at by Ida step son, Geo. Miller, colored, quarreled with bis wife, and en Friday evening last departed from Mt. Vernon. No one knoweth whither he hath lied. He was a good and n fine judge of whlskr. Although Superintendent Hullock per- slsta irt refusing, a young man of the Asylum at Lexingthn, has consented to receive old man Johnny Rash, a lunatic, aa an inmate of the Asylum. The sheriff expected to take him there yesterday. tried to effect an entrance into the residence of C. S. Nield, at Pine Hill, last Friday night. The family have been absent for some time, but 5Ir. J. D. Chandler sleeps in the building. They had aucceeded in raising a window, when Mr. Chandler began to fire on them. He got in two good shots and thinks he wounded one of them. They ran off, how. ever, and made good their escape. In this issue of tbe Imteriok Journal may bo found tho announcement of Mr. Jas;er N. Rrown as a candidate for County Attorney. Mr. Ilrown leaves his claims for the office to the democracy, and will only run before the election as a nominee of his party. He is well qualified to discharge the duties of the office, is a devoted democrat, and, if he is elected, will make an efficient officer Mr. A. J. Pike Is also announced aa a candidate for Coun ty Judge He too, will submit bis claims to the action of the democratic party. Mr. Pike haa acceptably filled the office of magistrate during the past five rears. Ills democracy is aa pure as the finest gold. He would make a good county judge. Anotrr Peom.e. The K. C. engineers left here Saturday for Richmond. They will survey a route from Silver Creek to RooneV Gap, nnd will return here in two or three weeks Mr. Hughes, an artist from Lexington, has been here pome days making photographic views of the country 'round about Mr. W. J. Newcomb, of this place, his taken charge of the telegraph office at Rardstown Mr. C. S. Nield, of the Klk Valley Mining Company, (Tenn ), Mrs. C. S. Nield and Miss Ida Adams, of Daughters' College, Harrods-burwere at Capl. Jack Adams' Sunday Mr. Henry Thomson, of Illinois, is visiting friends and relatives in this county George McClellan Rrooks left yes. terday lor a visit to his brother, W. T. Ilrooks In Paris. It U time the County Committee had determined in what way democratic candidates shall be elected to fill the various of flees to be voted for in August next. Either a convention or a primary election should be adopted at once ami a day fixed for holding it. The candidates ueneraily favor a primary election. There was considerable dissatisfaction with the convention of four years ago, and, no doubt, a primary election would Ira the best means to adopt at present. Whatever Is to be done, however, should be done without further delay. Our ticket should get into the field early and an active canvass begun. The republicans, disgusted with the results of the fusion ticket four years ago, will undoubtedly have a straight ticket this time. And thus with two tickets chosen from the two psrlies, we shall have a square fight, and the longest K)le will knock the persimmons. The democrats have (lily to select good men, and this done, there will be no trouble about the longest pole shoe-mak1; VARIETY NXOKK 3IT J. E. VOWELS' AlwnyHon liantl ami for wile. IIIglicMt canh price paid Tar Ceru, IVIicnl, Vc. Onlerxlefi nt .11111 promptly ntteutleil (o. ! VUHNON, ICY., CO. Chilled Plows, Agency of South-Ben- d Avery's Oast and Steel Plows, Buckeye Kcabers & Mowers,Sweepatakei Thresh-ei- s, Mitchell Farm Wagons, Now Homo Sewing Machines, Taylor's Elastio Bed Springs, J. T. Cljisk flro. W .lUsas. HitTcJiiNt received nnil will keep eoiiMinnlly oh lino of the choicest! hand a freak CLARK &BAKER tst.m!K Dry GoocIk, Orocciictt, IIuIm, nnil 'ais, IlootM, NIioch Kept Kv cry tliliiK Usually In - CIiihm Ntorc. h They constantly buy anJ MT. VERNON, KY., Groceries,Confectioneries, SUPPLIES, FAMILY which they or -ISTD All will sll Shingles, Fostfl and All SorU oi Iiumbor at Fair Markot Batos. They Hatter, Ece Feathers nnd all kinds of Country Prodnce Wanted, nt tne lileuost mnrltst Price. OVm llltonilKAD inLllTIM:XKMX. Soli at tho Very Lowest Possible Margin. arc also iiroiiIm Tor llio wile C.'oixIh ol' MiiIIIiikIj'h hiiperlor YnriiK. Woolen and J. II. Albright &Oo. BRODIIEAD, KY., DLHJIX Fenny &MjUlafot DBAIEES ITST -- General Mcrchandise,Drugs,&c Wo hr s laiys iliwk of rro.y-nii- l Ctolhlnf, vhlcn wowlllwlllov W hats sdJM lo our lock a roinplrlo llrw of Drugs sad Mnlkines. 1'rrscrlptlont rsrrfully corapnuoilnl with purr articles. Al, whotnslo sml retail Irlrr In Lumber. ViooA, Hblnilrs, Owl, Hrlrk, ToUcro, (Icsrs, LYsh Orchsnl tails. White's ana Crouks's Vermlfugs, Organs, Furniture. Ac A gul Msmn .1 lleralln Orgsu for Irt; s Weed Mains; Mschlue for tin. Orgins snd Mschlnrs st other prices, snd wsrrsnled lo glee sttlifx tlon llrlrk si the kiln Iruin !! lo 14 per thousand. Any ous wishing sny thing Iu our lino wlllpteanersll on us or writ for further partlculsrs. (lite us a trial and ho conu vinced thst this Is tho lsc lo bur fouds. DRUGS, MEDICINES, PERFUMERY CHEMICALS, AND FANCY TOILET ARTICLES, Books & Stationery.Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Dye Stuffs WINDOW GLASS AND PUTTY, Puro Winoa and Liquors for Modical Purposes. Prescrip tions accurately compounded. Wo hnvo also a largo and woll soloctcd stock of Watches and Jowolry, which wo proposo to soil at less than city prices. Watchos and Jowolry Ropairod and Wanautod. Cincinnati, Now Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway Co. CINCINNATI feOUTIIKI'.S ICM 1MW.1W110. Aoconi. iNlghlUs HTATIONH. ' $500 REWARD l,mi ZMt ! I will lay S300 fur tbe pprthf nalon aoj con vie tion oflb prnon or prnon who lauriltrnt 07 lirotfarr, John oStaanK. 00 the Bight of February DfirCrabOrismJ, IN Ky HA K A II V. UAH. WAV DIVISION. WCLLN, Dljr Ki H0USE&L0T TUNNEL CITY t'lom I anAO t r wish. . Clnen'll wiles NlgUlt'i Airwu. Dsjr Ka. I offer for sale &17 Houan4 Lu!,corntrorMsln snd Robertson KU Will sell la la goal rmrrha er. Address las si Klags Mountain, Ky, J. A. MOOKK. ltd M 11 ISp ml SOS IZ7 II S3 IJ5t " s 11 pm !Sm lioani (U ts 10 07 " " 7 IS "7 II ton 102 Lre. Ilnelnnsll Oeorgetown -- . . Arr.) Nltholsiflllf Juntlun Islington .. L. "I " .7 7 7 High Bridge. J. T. Who keeps HARRIS, tn ai s7 711 tow The Meat and Provision Store, ;m 4S lias for sals from IMO lo II0O worth or llotsl Furniture, eonslitlng of Tables, Dishes, lleds, Lamis, (stores, Ac THom viihlog to bujr can se Mm st his r.lscs of businessou Main street, 20-- tf titsaford, Kt. ' " " " " IU .. . ll It l It za lipid '- HarntaUUirg; Janetlun.. ... Isnvlll a ui HinierM.I IUh k(H air ,, IVIot llurasldo .. Hedgemoor.... Spring Cltr !Arr. Cbiltsnoogs " " " " " . . . . 7 18 ...... ,....... .... III ' tl 4 M .. t II lM tM - 1 107 " 117 ' III Stlsni SM " tot n an im iu " i ' IH" . im 11 lllrtpia 4 1 ill" IN " (Osio ilUit, 7 Jl l a SI 1 47 CVyta ' I.T 780 s M a iu .... ..HM . . 1 ISO 110 IOWpiaL.., I 7Msm 7 09 00 M 7 30 7M " " .,.M,SIS" 6 " .. ,,, -..-- ALABAMA (IKK AT (M)UTIIEHN Important to those Concerned. All persons Indebted to lbs estste ol John 8bsnks, deed., bjr note or arrount. wilt plrsso rail upon uisatonro and Mttle. Otherwise, suit will b brought to tbe 6nt Court. All ersoos bsrlng clslms against the eslsts of John Mhaola, dee'd, are requested to present them to the Adtn'f at once, proxrif rerineu soa proren. W. J. WKI.CII, Ad.u'r 2Mt .. . . 9IJ " ' - Itlalng balm..... liutipu " AtUlU Hlruilngban) ISO " TusrsloosiH.M SOI .. 7 00 " " Kulsw " t Id " " Uilngitoa. York III aao " Arr.Mcridlsn.. ,.. '- Li. Chattanooga DIVISION. SO Arr. 7vupia Ml Ml Lis. " " " ' " 471 m a 11 HI fc'A 17 . (91 l . Lis Arr, ao sin IV S7 " II S to ' 31 SI ' ,, . ... t. VIOKHIIUUO AND WIlltlHIAN DIVISION. . ll sa .... Desirable House and Lot . House and fat, too. Tenlrnllr located. In tbe West end of Htanfurd, Ths lot hss, beside the dwelling snd oat bouses, a cottsgs suitable fur a small laiullr, snd lb whole lies In such a way that scleral more colls- ges could I built, siring to escb a good jsrd snd garden. Tersons desiring such will pleas call oo or address wast Stsnford, or sppljr to W. 1', nation, of Hie IaiicsloB jousnaU I oSV-- r F0B 51 -- IN HTANPOllDEl - " ll a"in '' 1S7 im " " 4SJ " M" 11 Mpu Lie. Meridian Koreal Newton ... Ilrsndon .... .. . Li. Cvi eti 711 7M Ml Jackson-- .. Clinton 7M I toaui US " " (OUpiu -1111 ...... Arr. Vlcli'burg Lie. Mi 7TO im IM a oo 7 00 - VICKSHUIIO, fir sal prlratrlr lue Ill tOaul'Lie, Vlrkaburg .. Delta. . ...... ill 00 m " Tallulah i 1'JOpin " Delhi i IIS ' I SlIltKVKl'OKT AND I'ACIFIO DIVISION. 770 1 son mt Air Lie. 110" 1 . IU " I Arr. Monro.. Lie. ' " 7S 11 (It mi ll S M on 11 I ....i .. .1I j iu; ami Jllll. hl'MTT, Vice I'realdeut and Otn'l Mansger. Clnilonatl. 0. Oillbran, Agt Su. nl. ip. Wllsou, tlm. I'ass Trim Cin. Ilir.ljr,Itr., Cloilnnatl, V AII M. It, It., (len Psm, Mlssi A Is. (II. L. K.U It. 1L, Cballsiiiits, llu. Psaa. Agt. Vlrkiburg, Jos. A , prort Klnlre.tlto. 1'sm. Agt. , H. A I'. K. it., Uonrue, Ij. P If Jfra.NAKrLIIUAN, llf ?1W Tf ! W8sSIifg 11 M'ROBERTSSTAGG OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, NTASTLFOKD, IIiin a 1Ik lot r The Original and Only GENUINE KY., Itepre-sentaliv- I TOlIrt miif 'rill riv .1 AND Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, ITT , E Willi Moping f.llllllNlllc. vttrleH, Hook, Stntlonefu, Tobacco rinif Clum-itl.liiuum, ,Kt. J'IiukIcIiiiih' 1'rencrliitloini (in if I'lmr. tiKiceutlcitl rreiHtrtitlaim i Npcclnltu. iritien, OB 33 'W L 3FL 1 'i At sazigH'it oagsaF 33 gtBgsaKJgsBgsam I 'JJVJgsaTllll Stfis iW. y W BBBmi sH mrV gsagsagsagsagsagsaw Hill INFRINGING IMITATIONS BUItK AND IsfbUJaiiW'SlsagsBl ,raH Igfarl FURNITURE Main Street, - & -UNDERTAKING! B 5T N. an ford, - UK jjaB ''igsagsaW It B. K. WEAREN, GET TJIE Tin: GENUINE. Ky. sixty-thre- e eighty-secon- d I lnivu bought out iuy brother, It. II. Wcnreu, and will continue tho Furiilturo nnd Viulortiiklng business nt tlio snmo stniiil, iu tho St. Asunli Hotel None olaim to have a bettor plow; building. I will keep u 1'ull stock of Furiilturo oi'ov-cr- y description and sell nt figures that cannot bo beatIm Iu wakuaH en. My stock ol' Collins and Caskets will bo compre- 'I'liclr wuly hIiiiHuwHru el hII Kuil a one. hensive. Shrouds and Kobcs always on hand. I also niu1i ImliHlloiiai. New llmt Oliver's HHHiu Ih uii thu repair Furniture and do carpenter's Job work. bt'HM, hm hoiiu sjtlierM arc Order bjr Iclotfin.ili ,iroin,itl attriidcil to.) KVHIllUl. B. K. WEAREN. Celebrated Olivor. V Tuesday Moralny, A Corn Dnil.t.al W. It. Illggim.' head any Jhlng we have aeen; atop and aee It. Mo,KY Til I)AN,-$2,000 -- March 7, 1882 CARD. In Lincoln county. 0. Haufley. W'ANTF.n. L I M. LOCAL TIME ratstrger Irtlnt North.. " 1 floulh... LOCAL NOTICES. .100" II 41 r. x. To liorrow f COO on real e. tate security. Inquire at the iNTRmort JouiiNAi.ofllce. . ..- J, II. IIoukrh, the nmlnee for Assessor prored hlnisell one nf the best election-rtrttof the age. He wa the last man to on real estate enter the rare hut hi 120 plurtllly.sliow Terma eay. See M. that he made good use of the abort time that he had. ... s. RELIGIOUS. -I- ter. K. Triplet!, of McKlnney, the pastor, Her. I. S. McKlroy CoMMiasioNKit for illsburstnient J. J. cent, due teachrra of puhllo schools. Hm IhilCorn Drill it Anlicr Owsley's. Vkby patent Flour at A.iwsley V Timothy imi Cloter Heed for sale lir Asher Owsley. Hamilton Htfm. f'i.owii always on hand at A.Owtley't. Nrtw dock of Jewelry ami Silrtrwara at l'cnny A McAIIilerV ' IiiNDnmi'ii (lanteh Heed Iti hulk and at A. Owsley. LANtmcTli'a Harden Keedt, fresh, genu Ine, Penny A MAIIttr. Iluv Loiilarllle llead-llgl- .t Oil, 170 Itat, from l'enny AMcAlister. KdtxC, Count)' Utiillin ttotaloo Jr tifif pr-- TWlili; uiej LA, 0"wl Watciiw, Clock ami Jewelry repaired ami warranted ljr Venn A McAllsler. You will find the Lest and 2for-- 5 rents cl(ar In town at l'enny A McAlit-lei-- JIH I'utatom lit AsW Owsley's. 11 Co. the communion services, and preached Ore good aermon. There wa one addition by letter, Mm. Smith Ihughman, late TllK largest and handsomest stock of Wall. paper ever exhlbite.1 In SlanforJ. of Garrard, iul receive by Chenatilt, Severance A LAND. STOCK AND CROP. CoUNTY CoUKT. M. 1'n l mm haa read the remaining 00 per In Outalde nf In which mimir tin. Egg 12 hare drnppeil In LouUrille to For-eilu- of fiduclarv settlement eral public Iiasj n. no Interesj, the County were aa cent. Good White S.ed Corn foraale. a umri proceeillng pir, '. j ' kind, A IjANltnr-rii'i- Jukt rcceired Run'. J OAttniiN Srrux of all In bulk and In ers,at Mcltoberta , . ... Children' wear. Mcltolitrti A Stage Vi'r. ire Just receding and opening a Urge lot of Zelgler A Hro.' Lidies' and J. Shoe far Spring and Hummer 11. AS. II. Hlianka. PERSONAL Mil. a beautiful lot of tho of Jewelry. Call and sea us. and Mm. V, S. Hocicr.n, of I,ondoii, are down on a visit. Miss Juma Kino, of Crab Orchard, la with MIm Nettle Pennington. Mii.HoiiAor. TAYLOiiand wife, of Car. Hale,! are Willing lifasisler, Mm. Will. C""J on the U A N. extension, la a client at the Carpenter Cait. Il.fl.Cnos, contractor r 1 1 Housf, Mil. W. C. Wkaiikn and daughter, Mts Annlo, of Klrlatlllc, ' ar tlslllng relatlte here. I)n. Aniirsw SrRiirANr, who hat charge ol the Iu!trllle Hospital, I up on aiMtlohl fatlier's family, .looking tiiarlahly Well) Mi mm Amur Hickman, of Coring, ton, and llattie Duke, of Dinrllle, a Terr liandaome and attractive pair, are guest of Mr.. Jauiea 1. JUIIey. Oil. jACKMtNdlVRNS, who haa been Mule Howling Green matktt. Smith A Claypool, of Warren, told tn KlailKnMEN wllh linn an. I rn.1 lvn Atlanta, Ua , last week, a car load nf mute bringing back frnm Dix Klver and Hangat $109.50. ing Fork, durtns the last few dav. fine -J- ohn M. Hail sold to Dr. T. 11. Mont-gometrtng of white perch, new light, jumpyoke of for $120, and to er, Ac They report the fish more plenti Jim Allena II 2 year-ol- oxen cattle at $29.10. ful than for many yeara past. John G. Lynn sold to Andy Tucker Hknatoii Hi.ain ha offered a bill for the 20 yearling calves, to be detlvered April at benefit of Wesley Koul, and another for Itt, at $20; 10 h6at weighing 100 lb the benefit of J. II. Uruce, both of tht $S CO per head. Twelve and a half acre of land near county. The former I for damagea and properly taken by Ilrldgewaler when In MUleraburg, llourbnn county, rented lat command of the State Guard. The week for $76 per acre, and 21 acre at $50 per acre to be cultivated iu tobacco. Pretamount of the claim $000. ty ateep price these A Lively Old Woman. A corropon-den- t W, F. Abraham ha lot 13 out of 17 writing from Kirkarllle, aya: On hog with the cholera, nlthough the disFriday, two mile north of tht place Mr allowed itself nowhere else in the Polly Itoss, the widow of Gabriel Kos ease ha neighborhood. Ilurnt corn-l- a atld to be a died, in the ninety-fourt- h year, of her age. agatnat the disease, She lived to see her fourth generation, be- specific Commissioner W. G. Welch sold a ing the mother of nine children, the grandhalf acre lot In Crab Orchard yesterday for mother of II. Shank, and 53 acre of land of sixty, and the great great grandmother $100 to J on Green Hirer, belonging to David A. 1 of two, total 11 She ha been n remarkto T. tl Ciilton,for$H0. able woman, walked two mile to church Curd Al J. O. llrook' sale of a'ock, farmevery Sunday, and last fall she walked ing Implement', Ac, Inst Wednesday, 35 two or three mile and alrlpped seventy-fiv- e tnulea averaged $87 50 each; 5 cows, $15 Kund of tobacco In one day. She nerer each; 2--1 sheep, $3 50 ahead; hog, $0 a knew what it waatotite and wa preparing head; 1 atack of oats, $59 85 Midway when he diet! to put in an aero of tobacco Clipper. to till herselh almanac, lion. Kobert Illaln ipiallfied Notary Public. -- nt a Int yeara' Iteld. aa 21. bring from $90 to $15.1 In the . ti. ii. attending the JeHVrii Medicil College at rUllimore, haa returned borne with a well earned diploma, and ia now read? to make profeMlonil vMta. Siuutoh Ilon'r Iti.AlN waa circulat- ing among the pople yesterday. Ill duties aa a law maker stem to ret lightly tiKn him, for he haa gained both In lleah and Did it (iCTTiir.RK? Mr. A. K. Denny, of tht county, showed ua Saturday, a two Mailed knife, some seren Inche long, that he found In a squirrel' neat,, in a tree cut down on the 10lh of February. The net waa 80 fret from the ground, and bc'tdea the knife, there were In it rcreral young squirrels and their mother. The horn part of the handle of the knife waa gone, and aa squirrels eat bone, It I that the old lady took it up there for winter ration. The hole wa a very small one, and she mutt hare exercised considerable Ingenuity by working it In endwise. It might haro Ixen claimed that Daniel Ibone lot the knife, but from the fact tlutit I a Wostenholra make, and he waa not doing buiineot In I hone days. aup-Ke- il IIw ronal Mil. aparanc. LOCAL MAlTERS. J. W. Kunru olTrra a nice lot of furniture for aale. See "ad." ' AcuoiCK lotof both straight and ent flour at McAllsler A IlrighlY HrWAHl). Mra. .Sarah J. Weill oflera $300 for the' arrest and conviction of tho Pat- murderer of her brother, Mr. John Shanks, jMbj J, K.,McClahy brought in in a club ofkl7 subscriber and the inoner, yesterday. Mar hla alia'dow nerer grow ten. . , ,i .. l.f t Owi.no to the scarcity and high price of href, I am compelled to tell the beat round and aurloln ateak at 1'.' cent. J. T, Karri. m Partus needing corn can be auppllcd at Lincoln Mill at any time with any ainmnt from a buahel to 100 barrel, from $1 to $4.23 per barrel. Tiik Court of Appeal ha rerersed the decision of the lower Court In the cae of the negro, Mullln, convicted In this county for murder, and tentenced to the penitentiary for 12 rear. Hutchinson write ua from Clara county, Kanut, to fay that the wife Mn. K. Til ; entertainment of the HiffrilG, al- though pretty well patronized, did not give the satisfaction of that of a year or mote ago, yd in tho main It waa equally good. Then no body expected much, and waa very agreeably aurpriied to find that the boys could do ao well. This time the expectation waa away up, and btctuse they did not beat even the beat profession. als, there waa tome unreasonable disap pointment. The firat part wa very creditably performed. The song and music were good, and the "gag," some of them, fresh and amusing. In the selection of their farce, they were a little unfortunate, but they got erery thing out that waa in them. The feature of the evening waa . Louia Himoey'a Hi mo tion, make up, and the speech iUelf were very ludicrous, and tho manner in which he "ran in a number of local hits," brought town the house. There were numerous other feature that might be socially mentioned, but those who attended know which they were; thone who did not have no right to hear. stump-speech- I County Court Day, The rain ccaa-eand the sun burst forth at ten yesterday, tearing t''e crowd that had come to town a nice day to wade around In the muddy streets. N'ot a great amount of business waa done, and but few slock of any kind offered. The auctioneer' report a.e a follows: Capt. II. T. flmh. From 150 to 200 cattle on market of an Inferior quality. The bidding wa spirited and lively, and slock sold at good prices, running from 3 to cent for best. Some aged' mule sold from $.30 lo $125 er head, owing to site Plug horse sold at $00 to and quality $100 er head. Capt. J. M Higgins. About 200 cattle, mostly Indifferent, about all sold kt 2 j to 4 cent. Several yoke nf work cattle from $00 lo $120. Plug horsea $40 to $110; 15 or 20 mules, at $00 to $110 LINCOLN COUNTT. Huitonrille. Isn't'il about tlrao for some one to de- of W. H. Ilutchinaon, who mored from till county, haa preented htm with a pretty Utile daughter, that they hare, named Marian Iletle. week of beautiful aun uliiny weather wa brought to an end Sunday, by a heary rain, which wa accompanied by The thunder and lightning. At 11 !W o'clock, It.waaaodark that one could hardly read a newspaper of average aiie print. It cleared up about noon again yesterday, and we hope for another ell of good weather. TllK lranm!utoii ami delivery of mall are now In better ahape than for .month. The two agent that run on the Knoxville liranch, Meiur. II. U ltuby and II. C Sweeney, are the bet In the aervtce, and our Potmaater It. (I. A I font, t getting to lonti expert. We have been tjirough a eelge of very 'Vnx'atiouH delay In our null, and we pralae Ood that It ia at an end for a time at leant. ,We are. told that a Uoater got to drunk at lie elictbn at Crab Orchard Saturday, that he lay down In an alley and fell A very large aow came along and aateep. after rooting him around for a while took llie teat of Ida panla In her mouth and trled home to divide them wllh her plgi. A ahe trotted along with him he began to halloo fur ffewland, when friend eelng lit predicament arrived In lime to rescue him. . r- Tiik Photographer of the Geological Suivcy, Mr. L. II. Kox, of Danville, waa here a few day ago and took excellent picture of the home of the Swlaa In thla county ,betdea numerou prominent place. Speaking of the Swi'a.there have located near town the following famlllc: Jacob (lander and aWera, Magdaline and Ellia-betChrlitlan Schepper, wife nnd aeven children, Jacob Seewer, wife and three children, John vim (Irunlgen, wife and twelve children, John T. lUtchcnbach, wife and aeven children, Andrew Ulllger, wife and five chlldmi, and Itato Haldy, wife and five chtldren, miking 54 perone In all. T clare the aches all Jellied 7 WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL The report now ia that Ferrell, who DEALF.RS, Stock. Wehivethtm to reUIl tt from 50c to 17.50, and wllhln tbli limit you can find aa, meaner aa waa shot at Milledgeville, la likely lo refleo. good at in jwhere In Kentucky. Aa abote, you tee we piIJo ouraelie in thfclbnted DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. '' cover. Uocker's" Ladlea' and Ucntlemen'a fi i,.i J. It. Green ia off to Cincinnati for OrncK Democratic County Committee ; BOOTS AND SHOES, Offer Special Inducements I the purpose of purchasing a stock of furMarch 0th, 1882. Andasin eilJenceofouf confljenca In them, wegltaanaw pair, If, by fsultof the goods, they prore "" Lincoln; T tht Vvltrt We claim Hit worthrest. niture. Afler a careful examINTIIEFOLLOWINU GOODS: Gum slings are again in order, conseofOant't Furnishing Uoodt, comprising If eck In any market, which complettta most elegtntlln quently the price nf window glaaa lis ad- ination of the poll books of the primary Woar'n all the Spring ihapetand colors. election held on the 4th of March, we find vanced. , AND We had an Inanimate election on Sat- that Kills W. Drown received 914 vote Itonother tpeclalty'worthy of consideration. This etrnstra Double Store arrangement It the mult urday. The returna have been forwarded for County Judge; John Illaln 901 for ol our new prlnclplt offcOW 1'KICKS nnd 1IONK.ST OOIS. Walnsltaour friends tomskt County Clerk; J. N. Menefeo SC3 for Sherto the Intfiiior. our ttor their btadquartera. We bre chain, writing desks and material. Com, transact business PRICES, AT Two of our boya arbitrated a difficul- iff; neither of them having opposition. D. four rery truly, and feel at homt, whether you want goods or not. ty laat week by fisticuffs. No materia K. Carpenter received 04 majority for County Attorney; T. D. Newland 110 ma damage done; though I can testify that jority for Jailer; J. H. Hocker 120 majori both came out of Ihe fray bald headed. "Dick" says he ha "mighty ttt'tle ty for Assessor. F. Ii. Howard 630 for Surfaith In vaccination a a guard against veyor, and W. J. Daugherty 4G2 for CoroWHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALEBS IK amallpox." He,thlnka "it ia about a sen- ner. In the Stanford precinct Tolbert L0WEE THAN EVER, sible, but not half a safe, a to give a boy Martin received a majority of 17 vole for a dram every morning to guard him Constable; in the Crab Orchard, Allen Oaka received 90 votes foiConatable,and in SADDLERY & HARNESS against a love for liquor." Primary Election. The day pissed Music, Sooks, asl all Kinds of Musical Uerchdi, Senator Illaln attracted considerable the Walnut Flat precinct. E. P. Iiailey reat thla precinct almost without incident. attention on Ihe street, Saturday, llobhaa ceived 13 majority for Constable. Now, by Some, of the candidate Indulged In the re S P.", O. AT A SMALL PROFIT, an Idiosyncrasy for elegance, ami hi ao-- Ihe authority vestal In ua by the Commitprehensible custom of treating those who tourn at tlie Capital haa improved him ao tee, we do hereby declare the above named would sell their birthright for a drink of greatly that hi old frienda could scarcely centlemen the democratic nominees tor A DlU STOCK OF Grand PIAiNOS, Square PlAiNUb, auu Upright PIANOS, whisky, and several drunken men waa the recognlie him, Ho Is a verification of a their respective offices, and urge that result. They however ratted no disturb-ancRosewood,-Satinwood- , Mahogony, French Watuut and Ebonized Cases, in frienda theory that "a moustache ami a faithful support be given them. Lard, Bacon, Meal, Flour, &c, In and the day wa; on the whole the W.G. Welch, Chm'n. elegant designs to corroiond with any style nf Furniture. plug bat will set a man off dead or quleleat one ever teen In StanfonI on audi W. P. Walton, Sec'y. alive." occasions. And the aame may he said of Organs, Chanel Organs, Church Organs Elegant The ladies, blesa 'em, arc actively preAll of which we offer at A Compliment to Col. Rochester. the other precinct ao far aa wo hare heard. paring for a banquet the proceeds to be Out. C. H. Rochester, one of the Railroad, The total rote t aa follows: , With one Manual, with two Manuals and Pedals, containing tho most beaudevoted to repair on the Christian Commissioner of Kentucky, recently couKTr juixia. tiful, powerful aud useful combinations ever procured festival la to come off on Ulllt W. ill church. The the lUilroad coniruittea of the Legin reed Instruments. Friday night, the lOlh Inst , and the NusuiltlD. islature of that State in a moat practical couxrr CLKRK. hopo to see their friend from all EITIIEKmanner on the reciprocal relation of the KOI We invite the public attention to our large and well selected stock oi John Uliln.., points, in attendance. There will also be, railways and the people. Among other No ORGANS, and our unequaled facilities for furnishing PIANOS after aupper, a prize Tournament at the thing, he held the interest of the people best class of instruments at low rates. We purchase for net cash in SOI Skating D. It. Carpenter.. Ilink where athletic ami aesthet- and those of CJANII Oil PRODUCE! tho the railroad are mutual; that FOlt larger quantities than any other house iu this city. The expense of our 419 J. It. ic of both aexea are expected to make less than some housit ia not fair to the railroad or the people PIANO and. ORGAN Department is farWe have reached lower t'trpeuttr'a uitjorlly, thclfr record. to condemn either, without a hearing; that es doing exclusively a Piano and Organ trade. uicairr. The reporta from the pedestrian con-te- railroad liaVe a r! lit to meet competition prices than have been tendered by any dealers in this market, and guarantee . ua John N. Meosfee. We are Agents for the Celebrated at Madison Square Garden fall dead where it exiats, and to makeapeclal rates in Noopiuillloii. all instruments aa represented. Wo sell mi easy monthly or quarterly payJilLIB. on this community. Our boya are willing special cases; that secret rebate and drawments, and any instrument taken ou trial, not proving as represented, maj .... Ml TIioium I. NowlinJ, disease that may be in Wo solicit correspondence with persons desir-in- c . 177 to catch almost any be returned at our expense. back are wrong; and opposed to public polCtt. Tbomat lllclnrJi.... IM vogue. Chicken lighting, platol practice, . Hiuiutl KogUiiiaa. to purchase, and take pleasure in answering all inquiries. icy; that the recognition of vested corporate . 117 dog fighting, pugilim are all In turn, popWilliam Cooley & CO. right I a principle to be reapecled; that to CHILL AND STEEL PLOW, ular, but the idea nf men undertaking to adjust freight tariff with reference to the Ntwlaoj'a iuJorlty. perform COO mile on foot I too oppressive coat of the roada I impracticable and via tltKMOK. Guaranteed to give satisfaction or 360 for contemplation It make them tired to Jotf.h II, !Iorktr.. ionary; that roada operating In the tame 710 William V. lUuir no sale. Also Agents for read a single day' report of the score. or conllguoua territory mut malntaiu com Mauuficturen aud Dealtra lo A11 Kindt of T. U. 1'suulnglon. ,IM It Mothers, you need not fear that your boya paratively equal rate, and that more good J. H. Iloiley. 176 wilt ever become dissipated in the way of Juku L. Hall.. MACHtNE, can be accomplished by a railroad commit DAVIS SEWING : pedeatrtanlam. W. C. Ilaruett lion with advisory and Investigating ower .stiPt'aH "Oscar Wilde" left ua laat Monday "iso Hixicr' plurstltjr than by one clothed with arbitrary and ulGuaranteed for five years. hla departure being unexpected a hi adsuavicvoa. timate authority. If there were more . M vent, V. II. Howard. ...........- lie excited considerable curiosity, Rochester connected with tin railray &c. No opposition. made a favorable impresbut In tho main coaoaau. of Ihe country, it would be Utter . Hi sion. He is evidently a uun nf some litPR0DU0E-EVERWllllauJ. Iiaughwty. KIND Xoh. U huiI 11 Khh( l'earl .Street, Railway Age. for all concerned, . 171 flOalaBH IflBjaalJiBllj William Utlo ......., erary pretentlons.famllitrilr with author, CINCINNATI, O. B H ykl VJtl jKM LHI DtugliHlj't uiJorlly.M. a cultivated mind and pleasing address) A Taken in exchange for goods. HKW AUVLUTISKXIKTK. YOU WILL HAVE 10 TO IS I'KllCliNT.ON (UHtTAkLK, tTAMfOaO raulKCT. Some think he I an a'llhor some, a debill of goods at our bous, .... .w Tolbert ...-. " tectivesome a tourist traveling incog. i(aaanfsaw laftnBBiB naaaaV.BSal nai.K-.IFrench DrcasingCase Seta, or lljl soik Ultt. and f or lleo. W. liobUtt J wni mwi' IBI 31 SHsilB Marble-ToHe gave hi name a Young; but I have L S springers. Tbejr mi bttceu t th film of with Lan;u Glass, VIM. Dllgg, v. 1. itouou, Mtrtln't lutjorily Come one, come all, and exaaine reason to suspect that he Is, in reality, At $ 15, $50, G0, 75 a. Upwards. In luatice to Mr. llariutt, we will aay elseWalt. Whitman, and will not be surprised Bureau Bets, 820, $25, 830 aud up. SALE. our goods before purchasing that ho withdrew from the race for Awe-no- r some day to tee Kustonvllle "put (n a Parlor Suits, Seveu Pieces, Seipectfnlly, before the poll were opened, and to where. book." If to, I think my atara that I Eithor In Hair, Cloth or Terry, Mr. Jack S. lloaley that he made do ellbrt I but a good Wardrob which cost n 111' ( with distinguished consideraAt 830, 835, 840, 850 A Upwards. friend 4o treated him 1IALK tfc NUNNElYLsEY. Can Seat Cbalra, which cost 110; 2 UsditMdi, to get tho office, and gave hi tion. understand that they could vote aa they out of which cost fit tnd th other tli I Wish, Visitors to oar city are respectfulCARRAR'bCQUNTr. SALE! ly invited to call and see our stook pleated, The vote I about 500 let than ilshd, which cost tt a bprlng Ualtrest, wb ih PIANO Lancaster. cost f II In Louttrlll, tnd S plcturss which cost that usually caal by the democracy in a of goads, whetkerthey with to par Polly llulord, of Mt. Sterling, W tplccs, wblcb I offer for ill until I o'clock Ml regular election, but this grew mainly from ANY ONE DiailtlNU AN EXCELLENT chase or not. UE11EMUEU THE FLACK, obtain a bargalu by cslllug ou th the fact that great number of men dislike wa burled here Sunday afternoon, after Wtdnetdty ttnlng, Mtrcb Slh. Ertry arllclt of uw l'lsuo cm It hat bwu uud Itstlbtu adoteu uudtrslgoeJ. B A 11 No. NenrMnlH, l'earl M.. Lower Hlite, to expres a choice when the candidate are funeral mvtcet.at, the Chrltljan Cbuich furullur tl wad of Waloul. " ta?lt C'llieluuntl, Ohio, w. KiirrEK, W. P. WAIsTOK, Btanford. by Elder Lowber. all good men, and true democrat. Lnndreth'a Garden Seeds, In bulk and papers, fresh and genuine, al Geo. D, Hur tled A Co.'. The City Hall I being renovated and refilled, Five piece of new scenery will be put tn In a few day. Tht t a long felt want and will be duly appreciated by the public. -- Mr. J. H. Mllltklp, of Franklin, Kt, a graduate nf Centre College, and well known among the young tieoide of thta been appointed Traveling section, ha Agent for the L AN. It. II, Co. Mclntyre, Heath A Ilelmnht Minstrels played here to a good house Friday night. The chief feature nf this company I, it travel tn a Pulman Sleeper, and while at a stand, board and lodge tn lla car. There apear lo be some horse stealing going on In Ihe counties North of n. Two gentlemen were here Saturday, from Nlcho!vllh, hunting stolen horse, and telegram are received frequently, giving description of them. Wt H. Kobinson has bought from If. C Thompson, of Livingston, a half Interest In some coal land tn Laurel county. If the coal he show I a fair specimen, Mr. lloblnson wilt be able to supply hla friends In a short time with a superior article of fuel. Geo. D, Ilurdett A Co., of Lancaster offer canned good at the following low price: Yarmouth Corn, per dozen, $180; .1 lb. standard Tomatoes, $1 75; 2 lb. do., $1.50; 3 lb. Kensett Peaches, $3 2.5; 21b. do, $250; Pine Apples, Apricot, Ac, at equally low figures. Gire them a call. Mrs. Fannie Ileitis has been seriously ill for several days, but ia slightly improved Capt Peacock I on the street again HI youthfutness Is all that saved htm Tho- -. Wherrltl's body wa not large enough lo hold Its supply of blood. He wa confined lo hi bed several day last week till relieved by bleeding. Died, March 4th, 1882, of Fit, the Lancaster lilttrpine, dopted child of Cha II. Webb. The existence of this infant waa remarkable. One week apparently dead, the next it would bo aa lively aa ever. It wa a source of continual anxiety to lla fond parent, and It death I no doubt quite a relief to him. Poor thing, "it loss is our eternvl gin." Charles is making a reputation a a job printer, to which business he will devote his entire s lime. Quite a ripple of excitement wa created here last Tuesday when Austin' altor-iie- y reported they had discovered an error In the Court record which would the next day result In liberating Austin on a writ of Aniens corpus. The supposed error waa that Ihe Judge had by turning two leaves at once in the record failed to tign a certain order and that thla invalidated the whole proceedings, consequently Austin would be a free man forever, so far as tl e mjrder of Hetty Wand was concerned. Judge Owsley pronounced Ihe wholj matter "moonshine" aa it has been decided that a signature on an order book I good for all that precedes it. Moreover that the Court In hi case does not adfourn tilt after the 13th of thla month (which time -- as given the defense lo'prepire it exceptions Ac.,) and thl particular order could yet be aigned. Abdnllah Messenger ! I1t Flalllon, tl()il hln.l (not tad nstf front font whlleilMi hin.l. hltlu foslol la l7fli Ircl l,r Chit. Putin, RUnfonl, Lincoln Co., Ky. 8lrl by Mrsaentsr t'hltf, th sirs or Msrttl, reconi z J, itnn tusaeneer, it si s jesrt olil: IUha C , J.JO salt tt I jstrs; M till Met). IN Kilt it I jesrs: AUI AUIillsh, 1:J0 tilt at yetrt; "Fox Mtrt."2.3lftlttt 4 retrt old. anl otber nil ooi of Von Arnlm. record Ml, recently Imtifht bv CommMors N. W. Kllsoo For 110,000- - An-tt- e, A., J.J; & Ymina ttsntlael, VlTamllere, 1 W. Mlenon, 7 tl'A, Csponl. one. lit dim bv 8enllntl. reronl t.Kti. snil Ilia tire WALL PAPER WALL PAPER!! WALL PAPER ! ! ! ! ! llrsn.l Csnllnsl. 1 n'i: Hentlntl. d'sle'i) z.lu. I full brother to Volunteer, Ibtt ittn.li at I5O0 In triton) tnd It IDs sir or U Jiilltn, reronl, Jll!, tndol JO ot awllb reeordtof 2 SO or better. JJ.Uinlir Attainder's AMiiltii, I lie iir or CloMimtth Mild, rrrord 2.14; Itottllod, 2l,j Tborndilt.SJJ'ii Mslor Editll, 2 79; ML Elmo,2 to. Aleisl.dir's Alsltllth by Hjtdtk's Htmbitionitn, in rtni lir or miiui n , rrcoru jiux tnd thttfreof Iextrr.2 17l NetlK2.lt; Orsnts (itrl, I.JO; (ItJflle, III; Jtj Oould, 2.2IJi tnd 10 or better. othtn wllh record of M dim by Red Jtrkel, be by (.'orotl, tod he by 8brmin Morgin. Red Jickf I't Ilia wit tired by brother t bill dim in lo fllick Iliwk. brought from tht 4th titr rotd mire, In order thtt our frlendi and ralronsmay bat an opportunity of ttltplaylng their Ingenuity, we Mor'h by W. U Vine, Merctr countr, Ky., tnd Slid to M of MriMDitr blood, Mrsssnicrr Chief olltr tbt following prltet for tht Drtt correct solution ol thltrebua Toflnt tidy, apalr of "OKO. wtt tired by Abdtl'th Pilot, th lire ol Tlctrd. HOOKER'S" HUTTOtf SHOES, S, To tint gentlemen, pilrcf "(IHO. HOCKF.R'8" Button Shoes, 13. record of 2 SO, trial 234K- - Red Jim, la lis. lit dim by Mtmbrlno Micner, Ihe grind tire of ScoU'tThomat, record 2.21, aod Ihatlr Hentlnsl z2;T. 2.z(, Cheaper Than Ever Before McRoberts & Stagg's. BEAUTIFUL STOCK 1 MONEY FOR YOU ! 2d dsm by Mtmtrlno Chief, Ihe ill of Ltdv Thorns, record2 IS1!; Woodford Mimbrlno,2.2IU, Mtmbrlno I'llot, l.H; Dtrkntn. 2 J7; Mtmbrlno 8ltr, 2:28K; Piy Henry, 2.29; Ilrlgnolli, dS OOTjS. -SjffQES?' 2.J- trd dim by Imp. Htpoieon, known tt thtfot bunting hono of Engttnd, ttnusm by leiopnsi; Slh dim by Tlgtr Whip; 6th dim by Dtrmbt't Dlomede, 7th dim by Ctnnon't Whip; sth dsm by Ship's rsrsgon Ahdillih f'llot witllrsd br Alellndrr'l At.lil. lib. - lit dim Illsndlnt by Mtmbrlno I bttf, 2nd dim the Rlrth mire, by Pirker't llrown H- lot, (dim of Rosalind, 2 JIH). Mimbrino Mnwn- wit ilred by Membrlno riymiiter, the tire ol liuibrlnoChltf. Dim by Vin Rtnrtller'i (Irty Mnienger. He It htlf brotbor toOollih tnd lots, tnd mtny ol th urittrottert. Iolt wis rrgtrded In her dty n one ol th I st trotting mirrt Hrlng. Mtmbrlno l'aymtiter wit tired by old Mambrl-nand he by Imp Messenger. MESSENGER FlTTNGE! Lincoln Chi. Dunn, Stanford,Chief. county, Ky. Sired by Messenger Itylts, record, tlr lit dim by A Its lile.Dty, ofSO. 2 Enigma, I:. 6; Fa ey Foreigner; Ray Stallion, no while; foaled In 1879: bred by Bis II ttH&ttttd " mtre; Foreigner wat tired by Imp. (ilenoe Illi dim, Corrlnt. wat a line rue uiir at ill distance. For her performances tee Turf Register. Alcide wmlred by Mimbrino Cblet. lit dim by Pilot, Jr , the lire or John Morgin, record, 2,21. I' lot Temple. 2 2 Ttckey, 120. Tsttltr, 2.W) (ueenof Ihe West, 2.2b',; (ienersl 8hermlo,2.V8-)itnd th grand sire ot Msud S., record I.I0U Mtmbrlno Ulft. 2:20; Vollslrc. 1 51 Scotland, tay. Uylu, 2.21,',, Hilly Hosklni, 2;26'i; liltck iSlol. 2.30. 3d dim by Blick burn's Whip. Tboabove hones will mike the waton of 1881 at Chat. Dunn's, 2'i mllit from Stinford, on "Ruth llrtnch l'lke, rone mile from Stanford and Lancaster pike, ami 3 mile from Stanford tnd D.niill. nils. AUItllshMeisenserit 110 to In- at lure a mtre la lotl. Messenger f'rlnceauon faIS lo th Insure a mar In foil. Money du si rtct It ascerttlneil, Audrest 3. DUNN. Stsnford, Llocoln county, Ky, 2d dim by 3rd dim. Rose Mtty. by Imp. Sovereign; 4th dim by Imp. Letlithtn; Sth dim Juliet by KokIuho; S'h dim lllink by Sir Archy; 7th dim by Imp. ltyche, by Sir Teler Teste; Slh dim by lltbby Bordnui; 9th dim Sperinui, own titter lo fetllruni, by Eclipse. lbth dim by Vlrsgo,by Snip; lllh dim by Blick tnd ill buck ly Crab; 12th diniMlstSlumerklo, by young True lllue; ISth dim by Lord Oiford, Dun Ariblta; Rojsl 14th dim by Dr. Arcby't bltck-lrgg- r? iiiPi raw FsVERY PAIR ttcCSVTtlk IVetfeaTlamItr'M BOOTS AND SHOES WAHRANTED TJy grille Catered of A 0im 7HM WILLIK mm rli! BRUCE, WARREN & CO. National ADvrMTisiNG D.Co., u th Wuhlogtoo, Cacrcu, C tcconJinf to Act of ConcrcM, la the ynr 1I74 by ak of tb UUiaa 3 msm i HALE& NUNNELLEY, long lelt tbt We aire established what the people, snj eiperlilly those from the country, hat a pi sen where tlitycan LrloriU kinds of Country l'rwtuee and get snj kind tf merchanneed of, We dise Id eichinge. Just completing the ntw front to the jQrocery Department of our Doablt 8lore,tnd now ictdr toltlk butlnerstoallwhoiasrealL Our stock of j, OUR NEW ARRANGEMENT. in Shall at all tlniea be Ireih snJ full, and prices to tatltfy th closest buyer lo the uiirkit., ,Tne,, Deparlmtnt kit alretdj rommtDced openlog New Spring Goods, and, at utuil, miking lowiprlcc Inducement. We challenge the world on our , ' GROCERIES- - CLOTHING HAT ft, the BEST SHIRT SUGAR & COFFEE B0CK-BOTTOH TRUNKS VALISES 1SKUJE, WARBEN & CO. CANNED GOODS PIANOS AND ORGANS M NO. 66 WEST FOURTH CINCINNATI, Parlor llrgwn............ VERY LOW PRICES! -- man-ager- ........... ...... and , at ..,. J. I. CASH JOHN CHURCH F. STUKENBORG & BRO., 5 1 .... . ZFITTIIIETIIITI CTIIEIIEIIII MATTRESSES, CHAIRS, Parlor Suits, lltlo. ........- - s " p B 'S FUUNITUltE FOlt FINE FOlt j. :t . IT V !' k i ' I A Friend left in tho cars lor Cairo. Tlio Ohio I had not the thougtit of; nnytliiig CHl'RCH MRKCT0HT. Scune. UOUNK! was frozen. As I entered the car, my moro. I did not know what I might When Leo's graybacks wero BTII()I)l8T,80UTII.-ll.- J. e . Sina, ttrixroin 8tkt their way through Pennsylvania heart beat as I caught light of La have thought, or wished, or attemptSemi-Weeklor, Henlteeery Sunday morning and nliht. Interier Journal Prayer Meeting Thursday n id la. Sunday Hehool STAlTyOEllD, 3CTT. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Signora. Tho only vacant scat was ed, had there been any encourage towards Gettysburg, two infantrymen at .00 A. M. J H, Mima, Huperlntendent. Tha . Arid the Lonlivllhj Woman'a Missionary Hoelety meet her on thtlst Sunday tneeth month, at I o'clock, Mra. T, T, - Marck 7, 1882 near them. I received no salutation, ment; but thero was nono. Tho. moro belonging to Pickett's Virginians raid JOHN T. HKKJINS, l'ROTHIETOK. Wcokly Tuesday Moraine, Courier -- Journal Dstless, President. raado nono. I know that sho I saw of La Signora, tho more self ed into a Quaker's houso in search of and BAr7IST.-n- T. and J. M. BeccM, raalor. rVrtlcea A riRST CLASS HOTEL pspcrs for II II In mot On year lor tH.Atv-lsaw me; but sho did not raise her possessed sho seemed to mo to bo in something to cat. Thoy wero met at Kurth (tuadsys, morning and FLIRTATION. INNOCENT linn th price of on. night, rraeef Meeting tery Wednesday after, In very particular, Tin patronage ot the public Ily psylng m M. SO you will recelt drone year noon. Sunday He boot at .M eyes. Tho gentleman looked at me, her honor and purity. Sho yielded, tho door by tho owner of tho premises, a. m. H. K. Barrow olldled, end ralli'aelion gusrinlced. l. your bom par with Hi In BuperloUndenl. rcpreeenlsllr newspsper of th Smth. and lh , "IWiaw I" said Harry, and tossed as ho might at any other traveler, but for onco, at least, to the customs of who niked Wit, brlihtcstand tblnt lamlly Weekly In lh Worship hy tk CHKIflTMN.day Preaching hi wweteeallan "Aro yo rebels?" without a sign of recognition, or any tho society in which sho had lived, United Mates. Thoe who dcslr lo eianilne tlio paper away. Mellon eaiplrepy el lh on do an at o First and Third Lord' days kid. Joa. Hehool Munday You bet wo aro," was tho blunt liko it?" I ventured to emotion, unless thero was a very and was indulging in 'an innocent this office. "Don't you al!:!S, Joa. Herersnre, Mupetlntendenl reply. slight darkening of tho brows. I could flirtation.' inquire. pltrXIIYTKUUN, HOUTH.-lt- er! I. 8. MeKIs Main St., SlHiilnril, lly. roy, Ikkool at t.SO, John STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, iwm, pastor. run.Isy Union Prayer Netting W. ''And what do yo wish here?" "It was easy to imagino it more. "Like it? no! it is a mado-u- slo not sco well by tho lamplight. They on oujunirmienu nights. Wedneii "I'oddcr, old man; nnd dont you JOHN DINWIDDIEfPRO'R. M:rOT HT.KTANrOlUt, KY., ry. Tlio only good stories aro truo mado their arrangements liko prac- Tho General saw "us often from a disticed travelers, and slept, or seemed tance, as ho entered tho cabin. My keep us waiting for it." ones. if t- HWilE. COAL! GOALl COAL! "If tbco wishes for something to OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 .ssue&rv.ffn"a- ? "Do you mean to say that all the to sleep. I sat still and thought. Did manner was free and impassioned. rutlLMUR cat, thou canst havo it," said tho Quagloriow fictions that havo' enchained, you over feel a superhuman beauty She was kind, and gracious, and inno keep on head constantly and will dellter la Monuments, spokesman; "bull trust BOARD, S2.00 PER DAY. world aro true? sinking Into your heart, deeper and ccntly, but most thoughtlessly happy, ker to-tthat havo thrilled tlio llnulstonea, parties as cheap as anybody, the Tablets, At. deeper, with evory moment's pres as sho was gifted and beautiful. She that yo will lako nothing from tho Special Accommodation to Commercial I asked, a little triumphantly. Work BEST COAL ON THE MARKET. MarM of all kind! should havo known I should havo houso." Travelers. "Not truo in nil thoir details and ence?" neatly eimi-le- l (lite me a call. Office In Hal A Nunnellet'e, "Well " It was a poor trust. After tho boys and sails. Olsnlord. known that tho consciousness of his combinations, of course," said he; recllnn guarMl-l- l J A MK R. MJNNKLI.EY. "No matter. Don't' answer now ago might havo rankled in a sensitive had finished their meal, ono of them Baggage Transferred Free of Charge anteed. "but whenever you find auy incident I must tell my story. In tho morn spirit. pocketed a watch which was hanging I have recently taken chargo of this house niaifenmiun-- d really affecting, you may bo sure that on applle ing, and all day, wo wero still on tbo and intend to havo "She loved and honored him, and on a nail, and tho other seized upon n )J THE it actually happened. Now, in this INTERIOR JOURNAL accommodations. cars. I did not intrude oven by a silver cream pitcher as a token of retrusted him too much. story which I have read at your rec- look. Two or thrco times I had an membrance. " 'My good General,' sho would say, omraendation, there is no such inc-iTODB"Aro ye thioves as well as rebelident' The characters aro not alivo, opportunity to give them some slight 'ho is a littlo cold nnd austero in soEDWARD H. FOX, Propr., attentions. I had tho latent New ciety; but such a good child 1 lious citizens?" indignantly demanded and tlio events never occurred; at Hotth-KaYork papers, which I loaned them. I ti.llier i.r.MslnsnJ Third Mrreti, STANFORD. KY. least, within tho writer's knowledge. I "We passed those long, desolato tho old man as ho confronted them. brought a glass of water, when thero shores, through whoso forests "Stand aside and let us out, or we'll E. H. BTJRNSIDE, - Propr. DANVILLE, - - KENTUCKY can tell you a dozen real, truo stories the dewas nono in tho cars. I was lucky IH rnKI'AHKti.ON . vastating flood rushes ever, over on. damage you.'' that would beat it all hollow." Hating recently rrnllel my moms with all of the enough to havo some nico oranges, Ono morning ' "Doubted." modern ImproTrinents, I now hat the "Verily, I will noil Thou must not This Old and Woll - Known our steamer rounded to, and the lady was thirsty. As the day and made Hotol Still Maintains its Klrtrst (Jnllcrjr In Central Kentucky! THE SHORTEST NOTICE, "What will you bet?" a landing at Natchez. The rob my house." , High Reputation, went on tho General grew neighborly. "Never mind him, Bill; Quakers night before, wo had been very gay. "Who to decide?" When you tlsll Panellle, don't lull to (ell and AND TO EXKCUTR He spoke very little English. His me, Itrepeetrulty, "You shall decide yourself. Come The General as I said good night, don't fight," called the one in the rear. Its Proprietor it Determined that LAWYKK.V iiniKrV, lovely wife would talk nothi&g else. and kissed be Second to no Country KDWAKII II. I'tlX, it Shall CATAIXKJUKS, CUlCULatUi, I'll tell you one to begia with; and if the jeweled wbito hand "Hit him a clip on the chin and ruu Photographer Ky. (leolog Iral Murrey Hotel in tho State in its Fare, Ho changed from Spanish to French, riUNlRAMMKH, fOOTKIW. NOTK. you don't say it is better than "this kindly held out to me was more pale for it." Appointment!, or AttenCHUCKS, (URDrt, TAOM, KNVKMU-KM- , sho refused to speak, mora than a tion to Comfort of namby-pambLCTTKK IIKADeUNOTE UrUtW, UIIXHKAIM), "Truly, I shall not fight," calmly affair I have been read- - but nnd ghastly than I had ever seen him. , their Quests. word or two of either, and kept him rtTATEMKNTb-- KKCF.I1TH, qUBIIKNAH, He was not ut breakfast next morn- observed the disciplo of Penii as he IU, it Jy AUI IUU OU'l.l WITNDWCKRTinCATEr1,B0NI)e, to his English, which it was evident , So I set myself to listen. ing. I saw him rapidly pacing the pushed up his sleeves and spat on his Baricste wlllb roareieii to ead frees ths depot WEDUIMO INVITATIONS, STANFOItD. KY. free eTcherce. .eerlal aceraBao4atlaa to FUNEKALNOTICEH, hands; "but if in a friendly scuillo to took tho night train at Coliira-bus,- " sho was determined ho should learn. toCsasnirrrlalTratelrra. Th Harwlll t hurricane deck. ; "I alii -- ETCETCrsipplied with la choicest "She was English by birth. I knew Theatrlral Maoarer end all concerned are In- hraadiof Llaaoroaad Clean. Aa said Harry, settling himself "La Signora and I had a bargain recover possession of mino own the loraictl that Ihle handsome new Hall, whlchsle oirelleal Livery la attache. it from many indications. A high- to GHEAPER THAN ELSEWHERE! pronounced hy Judges to U one of tha back, to spin his yarn more go on shoro together at tho next robbers should get injured I shall not d bred, English lady, of tho landing, and try to get some flower?. havo to answer to my comcience." IV. I WAIsTON," rM'rUur- "Iben you are the hero ot your most refined and delicate type more Tho weather was liko June, nnd sho There was a "friendly scullle" in t. r. WAivre. In llieHltte. la open tor engiiciuenta. !la scenery Celtic than Saxon; and moro AmeriManaftc. and other appurtenance ar new, and the former own story," said I. 8a w tho roses in blossom with a child's the next York minute, and ono of the Succrseois to DUlirljr A Holme, consist ol trio, who is now a resident of RichWho said I can than English, according to com- delight I "Don't interrupt me. Door Fancy Chamber, For was a hero? You will see. The cars mon notions, in her appearance. "I don't know how it was; But ray mond, vividly remembers his compan- STAM'Oltl), - KENTUCKY, CentreMountain Pass, Kitchen a with KENTUCKY'S ROUTE est. "At Sandoval, the junction of tho heart was heavy, as wo walked MaituraCTiiaai- - or ion complained of a soro throat, dizziwere full; but I found a seat behind a over Practical Door and Window, a EAST AND SOUTH-EASlady, and gentleman, who had appro- St. Louis road and the Illinois Cen- the gang plank at tho Natchez land- ness, lame back, and depressed spirits. Fine a Street and a Practical Carriages, Buggies, tral, they left tho train, as I did, and priated a couplo to themselves, and ing. I remember the pale, sad face. All the remarks made after the scufilo Bridge and Mountain Pais. we waited together for the Chicago were wrapped up in shawls, sleeping But I was too intoxicated with tho commenced was simply a few words jA. 3NTOXV OPiEtaOLO Chesapeake & Ohio train for Cairo. There was a crowd very comfortably. beauty that seemed to envelop me, dropped by tho Quaker to tho effect AndcoinhirlaM Dressing Ilooiui ar also Included. waiting, little room, and no supper. I liko an OKIT I "Tho light from the car lamps fell Manager will tat nolle that atmosphere, to have tho im- that: managed to procure some oysters and pression last. o'njtheiraces. The gentleman, who "I am sorry to put thee out, and The Town is in Easy and Close Access Direct Itouto without Change or Cars seemed a foreigner, and who proved a bottle of claret wine, which 1 begged "We got our roses, nnd carao on sorry to damage thee, but it is better lly rail of Danrllle, Lebanon, Lancaster, d to share. and Komrrset- - Ivereepondenc with to bo a Mexican of some distinction, my board. As we entered the cabin, the that thou shouldst go thy ways up the aaiwuan roiata in eorapanlt eollclte.1. "In a few hours, wo were on a mag- black chambermaid met us, wringing piko toward destruction." Washwas of middle age a dark, W. P. WALTON, MuK.r. Kentucky sod' lluntloilon, Mlaunlon, Char-sombre, quiot man. But the la- - nificent New Orleans steamer. How her bauds, and wild with consterna- ington Republican. lolieoellla, Klchmond, and lh shortest, llulclestand most tXwtoileU Bout I dy, young enough to be his daughter, splendid and how comfortable she tion.' Henry Waters, of Youngstowu, 0, AND seemed to us after our days and nights " 'O massa! 0 mistressl' sho exwas of dazzling beauty. A, pale comLY.VCIIIiUlM., I.AXYlI.i.F, 30K10LK believed in ghosts, and had a peculiar plexion, flushing with tho slightest of tho rough, noisy railroad, I need claimed, ' wlwr's tie captain ? Thar's a dread ot them. His weakness was man overboard!' 1 know it's' a man. WAGONS OF ALL KINDS. 1XD ALL tint of rose; an oval face; . features not tell. The long, bright saloon known to his acquaintances, some of those of a Grecian statue the luxurious furniture of the ladies' They needn't tell me its a billet of whom regular as We manufacture Carriage of all descriptions, planned a practical joke at his employing onlr Virginia & North Carolina FoinU. cabin the home look of the piano wood. Don't I know a man when teee workmen and using wasn't she beautiful?" lualrrUI, and sell at reasonable itiey managed to draw the only style, workmanship anl material mnsld cxjwnsc. forte and centre table, with vases of him?' Sgurr "I suppose she was," said I, wishI'VLLUiK Coiruu AlTacitau. "I did not believe her still, with bullets from tho revolver which he crru. lllj irxuiiiiKHTi : iiiiik ing to be amiable, when thus appealed flowers and pretty children the nico table set for parties of eight or ten, an undefined apprehension that seized kept under his pillow, and then in tho For tickets and further Inluemsl'nw, arttl. to to. jvur merest ticket orSre, ,.or address W. W. "I don't want your opinion on that with each passenger's card on his plate, us both, wo ran aft. The moment wo night, ho awoke to see a white-robeMonro. IMe. Fieltht and i speenxcr ... . Initon, Ky. got to the nursery-Windowin tho figure standing at tho foot of his bed. point. I had been among rough peo- and clean, active colored waiters all V. W. KM ITU. II. VV. 1'IH.I.KK. ple. I had seen few that could bo this comfort, going under full head of stern, there rose from tho boiling Although dreadfully frightened, ho tlefl Manaier, tlea'l I'as.'r Ag'i, HitiiMoap. Visuiau. flood, far down stream, but near suspected that it was a joker. Drawsteam down the 'mighty Mississippi called refined, or beautiful, for a long time; but, making allowances for all while the banks grew greener and the enough to be seen distinctly, tho pale ing his weapon, ho took aim and CONDENSED TIME. that) she was certainly one of the air grow warmer, day by day, as we face of tho General I He threw up his said: "I shall fire when I count three. The intruder made approached the tropics, was something arms, and sank beneath the surface, loveliest women I ever beheld. no response, and Waters pilled the ; nnow.vs mo.v niTrnns nro very enjoyable after tho frosts, nnd and was never seenagain! "When she opened her eyes in the n certain ftir nit tllftcnwa "With one wild shriek sho sauk in- trigger. No impression wai made, of pale morning light, they wero of that snow and hard traveling of the North. HAIMtOAU MXF. rpqttlrliiK n comploto tontoi erto-dull- y "By8orae good fortune, as I then to a swoon. The woman took her course, and five moro shots wero fired. tinge of violet-gray- , shaded by long, InllKitloii,ljH!)cpsla,Iitci-inlllc- nt STILL LEADS WITH THE TltAINH tlOINtl MOKTII." 1'cwrn, Want of Appetite, darkjashes, so rare and so exquisite. thought it, I found myself ticketed at from my arms, and boro her In her Tho mock ghost laughed hoarsely, and Maacit I, I MI. IiOhjt orHtrctiKtli, Itck ot" lincriry, kT Hun. stateroom. I rushed on deck. The threw six bullets on the bed, as though Her little hand, with its long, taper the side of La Signora at the table. etc. Kiirlclii-- tho IiIimmI, utrciiKtli-cii- h Lt. Itlchmond . . 00 am " lancsster the iiiueclcfl, nnil kIvch how II M ing, while hngere, tipped with rose; By an attraction I did not attempt to alarm hid been given thVyawl'Vvas he had supcrnaturally caught them. Melcgslon . ... .... 10 U " " llfo to tlio ticrvcfl. Act liko a ' Crab orchard. .... II M her slender, delicate feet; her form resist, I was uear her very often. She pullinre down the stream, but it was Waters shrieked in terror. Then the charm on tlio tllKiitlra orRnna, rltanlord. ...... . It 4 u iu olf " disguise, nud the " Mis by IM removing nil tlyxpeptlo Kjinptumtf, and movements of perfect grace, all sang, as it all tho beauty of her match useless. The body of tho drowned man euost l"rew ,.... I it It.ntlll Junction Hitch iih tnHtln; tho fbotl, Ilelchlni;, " MHcli.lUburg... ...... less form hod found expression in mu- wna sweenini? aonp- - tho broad, ilnen. other merrymakers burst into tho Held roe in a kind of enchantmeut. , ..... 1 II a a ' l.ebnon .. ... .... . llcnt In tho Btonini'h, Urartlinrii, a la room to laugh at their victim. But " New llareu. ,. 4 II etc. Tho only Iron Preparation "The cars rattled and roared along sic. Sho played, not onjy with skill, turbid river, nover to bo found, perArr. Lebanon Junction. . Ml ho still gazed fixedly. The shock had that will not blucLctt tho teeth or " Clnelauatl Junction.. but with soul with passion; and that, haps, till gives,, up her dead. C 05 down tho Little Miami, and we were " Luulsrlll Blvo heatlaeht. Sold hy nil Irtir. ifO ... " ..;. made him insane. Three weeks havo BlMH nt $1.00 a 1 Hit tic. nearing Cincinnati, when I heard her I tako it, is what we call genius. The On tho after part of tbo hurricane TIIAIN8 (JOINd MOUTH. deck, I found the ffenerai's watch, diapsed without a restoration of his UltOWV CIIKJIICAI, CO. speak.J It was sorao trifling question. General was polite, he could not be AND SELL THE BEST alaacii I, I ml. BtTrSa, , Italtlinore, Mil. and a miniature of Li reason, and it is uot expected that he It had the petulance of a spoiled child cordial. I was blind, or I should havo pocket-bookbelts, ill M till... an 4e k. r.a.K, Lr. Ixiuliilllv. Co. e4 ks. .nitenl r. J llw . s.l trfc Mh m a ut will ever recover. seen how he idolized bis wife. When Signora. krwfif BUGGY ON THE GLOBE Lv. Stanford. DO ..... 1 io n m and a spoiled beauty; but there could BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. " CrabOrchard.... . 1M Seventy miles above New Orleans I was leaning over the piano-forte- , Arr. Uvliig.toa 4 lo le no mistaking the pure, A Fihi:ndi.y Little Ahticlk. FOR THE MONEY. ...MMW... 1 &o ' Lv. I.anc.ter ..... w Of her articulation. Arr. Itlchmond. By the time reveling in tho luxury of her music, there gleams, among tho orange Wo aro told by Alphonso Karr that ............w. $ aa it was broad daylight, I had studied he walked tho cabin, reading, or groves, the white walls of a' convedi "Friendship between two women is SEND FOR CATALOGUE TULLMAN PALACE CAH8 .lEOETAOLf' her, well, looking' over my newspaper. smoked his cigar on deck. Wo sang to- of the Sacred Heart. As we ueared always a plot against a third." We V S'ClllL V lloee. Mobile, fWwHti To Memphis, l.lltl New Orleans. Monlgoiuery, AND TESTIMONIALS OF gether we played chess. 1 did not it, the whistle blew a signal of laud. deny it, as we aud It wai"Sunday morning, and no train always mako a point of Emigrants toTcaas bar tbclrcbolc of lo route: left .Cincinnati until evening. We mean to be dishonorable, but I behaved The chambermaid came to me, with denying all the spiteful things that HUNDREDSOF LIVERYMEN via Mewplils or via New Orleans. Tlu uuch rodo qulrktrand rate lower than by any other from tho depot, in the badly. Tho General ato but little; a request that I would, come1 aft .nnd aro said against tho beautiful sox. WHO HAVE USED THEM rout. It Is also lh same omnibus, aud I cat opposite, nnd he drank, not much, but moro than see the Judy. I had not 'seen her. She And what is the friendship between at first, and he smoked nearly all day. had not left her stateroom. When I en- two men, wo would liko to know? If QUICKEST, OHEAPEST AND BEST so quite near her. iT-- XD DRESS vCV "I do not think La Signora was tered the cabin where she stood, dread- wo had tho inclination to bo cynical, MAs, I looked, what I presumed UoulaUallolnts Iu Missouri, Kansaa, Illinois, ludlana, Iowa, Nebraska, Colorado. Arkansss. v llaa leen In constant must-bOnly on change to Chicago, til Louis and Last, my last look at her, and must given to flirtation. Nor do I beliovo, ed in black, with a black veil, ready under tbo deceitful notion that we ror fuilbrr Infuruisllon about tickets to lb with all tho vanity you give me credit to'lau3,;I scarcely kno'lier so pale wero f tiao by tlio pntillo . have' expressed in that look all the (viulli, Ksnsss, Colorado, an I ainlgrant rates to being extremely clever,wo might a Klorbla, for over tuenty yrara, TOT t1. 1 ATMOHE, so ghostly pale; and her eyes red admiration and interest I felt saying for, that she really loved me. No; I answer: "Friendship between two COLUMBUS .. J, Anthooy,,Da Ticket Agt., Uulullls, Ky. i1"' ''" Agt., Or OHIO. iiiul I tlio beat preparation Olsnlord. Ky. eyes: "Who can you be, O, was fusciuated, charmed, and as young with weeping. witlyny men is u continual struggle as to ItKFKHKNCFJl ever Intcntol for 1IE.ST0K-I."Hho held out her hand to mo the Okntlkukv- I bar been liaudlluf youi beautiful one?" she appeared to see men are, apt to bo, very thoughtless if Tho I which of tho two shall do tho other." Ilrewilcr slJe-lwanons, hatons, etc., forth "BLUE-ORAS1II.Y IIAIII TO ITM and selfish. Sho was pleased witli me. tears gushed afresh. enllr iiast four reira. Ho far luer bar itlrt-Stato BOUTE." me for the first time. Something Wo ato afraid we aro not tho only per- saturactlen to all arbo bare lU(ht them, and I ' 'Forgive mo,' sho said; 'forgive YOLiTIIVtlZ. COLOR AND ivor In Le able to sell a treat msiiy. more Itils must have told her what I was think- - We Iwd tastes in common; aud what eict sons in this world who labor under season than any of lh previous years. Trusting aud LlfK. iug. A flush came over her fac- e- woman ever failed to bo flattered with me, my friend, and pray that God the melancholy conceit that, to bo you will I able to Bll all order promptly, I am, A Ohemiat NimoLaa IUuks, Urcryuian. ? I wasfelucated with wil forgive me. very slight, indeed, but still percept! admiration Lafayctlclnd. It iintilli.a ell,, ni,riit i of Mass, clever, wo havo only to bo cynical. 'So the days passed. Ono day, as I tho dear ladies of the Sacred Heart. I foo.l uml color to tlio liulr ble. It was a little surprise and someo and UtaTLKUia: We bate Wen uslnz andaelllnit -- THE MOST DESIltAHLE IIOUTE T-Otho past Clarke county walked along the guards, I overheard havo no mother ou earth but them 'Glad to see you, gentlemen," ex your work thIn best satisfaction .for ourselre lour gluliiU without Llululus tho leading thing, which was not indiguation. to and years with sUln. it ulll lucreusu uml uulreraally customers. Your IukjIos "I had given my checks for the them takiug. It was in French, now. My folly has murdered tho best of claimed Polk Johnson last night, us fur price br our customersarto lw Ilia very bvat tliUki-i- i tlio ;roth of tho Phy.l- clans the tlist (ill be bouitbt In tb Country. " 'I thought you did not liko theso men, who loved mo more than life. I ho grasped a band each of Col. Jacob Your Combination Hprlog hair, preterit llu bluiiclilrig Burnet House; it was with a pang HuMf Is pronounced endorso ond lulling on", ami tliu tbo flnest. softest, and easiest rldlns br all American gentlemen,' said ho. THE ONLY' LINE UUNNINO . havo no reproach fort you tho blame and Col, Mcllenry, in tho olfico of tho buggy to bo In us. Your llrewiter side-bthat I saw my new acquaintances wagon now and AVKUT u.ldm;ss. rival. Xaklng all lo " 'No, uot in general,' she replied, was all my own. I am going to ask Fifth Avcnuo Hotel. "I am happy Is certainly without a your bungles cannot all, prepare to alight at the Spencer. But rocomb w fearlessly aay Ibat beaten In th country for styl, ttulih, aud duramond it OARS while the General, as I heard him very quietly; 'but he is an exception.' theso ladies to give me an asylum. to shako with tho groat Union-Dem- o It cure IUliluif, Kruifc. bility. Yours truly, tlon ami Ildiulrun. A n as a cratic Reform party thus ou masse." "A few days later, I chanced to Good bye; God bless you.' l sa jiant a eivsrs, called afterward, was picking up a Springfield, Ohio. BETWEEN Il.tIK l)lti:.SSI.Nt)ltUory creat 1 T lail "mm rrnvA iiia n lirflA rrnea.A sort of bluo-tnilsmile diflused itshawl that had been dropped, I sprang hear an angry exclamation from the leslrulili', Klvluc tlio hair n trlnmnli (laaTLicuaa: I bar had la llrerr now for silken softllts uliUli ull siwnl a dollar for Xjoxlimtou una CluoliutuU. out into the snow, and with a look I General. I knew I was tho object of it. her across tho gaug plank, dropped a self iu a languid way over tho faces orer tsro vears. and bars notlook nearly aa good re in tneuU aa pairs on them, and they Uiulrv, It Icoeii tlio lieaU had buggle or sereral other clno. doubt not of mingled respect, and She mado a haughty reply. Nover had tear upon her hand, and took my last of tho great party thero assembled, new, llavand dud noueaogoodaa tba Columbus cleuii, rcct uml healthy, v I I admiration, aud grief gave my hand she seemed so magnificent as on that look of one of tbo loveliest of women aud u solemn stillucs filled the air for Muggy Company' bugglea. Itespectrully, JttL TIME TABLE, IN EKKECvf MAIICU II, I Mi- lT. K. llaoipaair. evening. We sang; and when tho lit- on earth, who iu ono littlo year, was some minutes alter the Assistant Couyera, Georgia. to the Jady. She thrilled me with Lva. Islington Clerk withdrew from the preliminary tle baud of negro waiters carao into an angel in Heaven." ..M. 7.M iu S.1S p ui CiKKTLKUta: Tb bumlea I bare bad of your the lightest and quickest touch poli" WstsII1s........ (.uiialDtin, loauufaclur hav given ui sutlro sallsfactlou. tho cabin to play, we danced. Never Of ilnn't Lrnnw. Ml - it --- ., nt to the diuiug room. - nut. They at th beat I have aver used for th aaui tic, as if she did not wish to offend u " C;nlblsas... " l:Mam 1.40 p w auiounlof lyoney. Yours trulv. Courier-Journal- . Ja'ajuula io.ooam 4.4pu II. CoLtiaa, Llvtryiuan, stranger, by declining what he meant did I see eo Lad n face as his when, any rate. It may keep some young Arr. Clntlnnatl. Ilia am ( Kl p i Juplln, Missouri. D (or a civility; but did not say, 'thank nfler a ,0UK ond exhilarating wlt. " fellow from being a fool. It may make IlPllYIIUAL I'EKHKOTINN WoKTIlHritlV- - OanTLKuaiii I with th I',UiliHlouat.i5p. m.auJarrlta at Maya- which I seemed to swim iu a sea of soma beautiful young wifo more con- I NO Fou 7 Do you wiah to be teriVct in luauubitureof and bar been couuected for Dflotn dealing lu bugglea rllleH.IS p. m. Jr. Parlor Car leave tou.' lue husband touched his hat Leilngtou at 1:19 p. u. aod leavaa years. Your work does net look Ilk most factory mind and IkmIT Duyoil wUli lo beheallliy work, out Is suioolbly Bulshed Iu wood, Iruu, wrlll cliango tha beard to is 11U0WN or to me, drove to the hotel to breakfast, eostaey, I led her tenderly aud gal- siderate.'' Cluclnnatl at lp,m. pslntlog aud llluiuilag. Material used in tb and itrong in all yout path? Then lay Columbus lluggy Couiiiauy't bugtie haa proved to BLACK ut discretion, llelng In ono And so I have written it. aud then went and heard some fine lantly to a sofa. Such a sad, despair.' .... r. ,, Cloa connection uisde UCInclnnall tor all MaU all oilier reuiediV aalil and ue Drown' be of tba best. They ruu light, tiveryoiivln prepisratlou It I easily applied, uud f. miwloat'tbe beautiful cathedral. My ing lookl It sauk into my heart; but North, East aod West. Specie I rstea to Emigrants. Ibis couuly who bar bought your buggies ar No remedy in the world ever came Into Iron Itinera. Il will surely Infuse new well pleased; they glr th best of satllf.clluii. Ask tha Agent at tha a permanent color that will Iiroduce pieces tor a rfiiroad7 vision I laid away, with I was full of happiness and drove it Yours truly, tlui.foldero( tb "lllu (Irasa Itoula." Round, a uch uolrenul uae, or lua so fully won the life and vigor Into the whole human at a not waah on. trip tickets front Msysrlllaaud Uilogtou lo Wluchester, Ills. E. E, Watt. away. I bad done nothing more than confidence of mankl" J, mh Ayer'a Cherry tern. It sigh or two, in the storehouse of sold at reduced ralee. Klrr perfection to every part, I'ltKI'AUIJU HY r'ur rale ou bousehold gida and weelera lick. is done overy day in our society. It Pectoral fur the cure of cough, cold aud Increaaea the iuucle and trengthena I lie U,addreM R. P. HALL & CO., NASHUA, N. H. CilAt. A, ilAaLETT, ",JAt nine o'clock in tlio evening, 1 was a mero ilirtatioii. I swear to you, coiMiiuiplIon. (laa. 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