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Stai at Husband traveling Scono Lots of beauties flitting W. P. WALTON, . CJitor and Proprietor. snmowhero. almut. Music and tha dance.. T. ft. WALTON. Business Manager. k All hands equipped for rt v. 1'im Annum. n night's sprco. Husband in n hurry SunsciuiTioN, $2.50 to bo off, writing homo: i. Mil ll DimiiSHT Hump. My limo is so occupied with business thnt I can tenrcc-l- y a "inn I was !n partnership pparon momot to wrilotoyoti. named lliillcr, nml 0110 morning wo found our cashier miwing with 83,000. Oh, darling how I iiiIm you, and tho Ho had dragged tho info ntul put out. only thing that uistnlns mo during my Well, I started nfter him, and caught abienco is tho thought every moment him in Chicago, whero ho wai spljdg-in- thus spent is for tho benefit of my nround on tho monoy. I got liim dear wife nnd children. Tnko good arrested, nml tlicro was an examina- caro of yourself, my dear. Feed tho tion. Well, all tho facts wcro brought baby on tho cow's milk. Excuse Technicalities. with g out, and tho defema moved that tho case 1k dismissed, as tho prosecution (liti pot niaka'out n casoin tho namo ot tho (inn, and if tlicro was n firm the copartnership had not bccii shown by any evidenco bcforuitlio court. To, my astonishmcnUho court said tho plea wasIU.K. and dismiisod the case, I could realize what was up, tlio thief had walked ofl- - Well, I follow-odhito St. Louis, and tlicro I tackled him again, I sent for my partner mid we madoU'COBiplcte case, going for him in the natno of the Commonwenlth and roith, Duller A Co. Well tho lawyer for thedefonto claimed that tho money being taken from a private drawer jo tho safo was mine exclusive-lv- . and that mv nartner had nothing to do with it; that tho caio should bo prosecuted bjftraaindividuallynnd not thoffirmJ! The old iblpko who ..sat Ho-form haste, etc. Wife nt homo Hccno II Parlor-- All tho gas lighted. Thirteen grata widows; Fred from nround tho corner, with his violin; Jim from across the way, with his banjo; Jack, from above, with his guitar; Sam from with h!s flute; Into of other felDanlows with their instruments. cing and singiug. Sideboard covered with nuts, frtiit, cake, cream, etc. Wife, in a hurry to dduce, writing to hqr husband: How lonesomo I Dr.Ait Huhiiy: feel in your nlucncel Tho hours pars tediously. Nobody calls on mo, and bo-lo- r r I'm constantly thinking of the time The Lobby at Frankfort. when you will bo nt homo, and your Tho Frankfort correspondent of tho cheerful countenance light up tho rou- Louisvillo Commercial writes of the lino of .every day lifo. My household lobby at Frankfort, nnd describes its duties keep mo busy. I am Hying as Nobody who mode of operation: economically as possible , know that knows anything of legislation would & "Wesballfoliorueat erenlng accuso n member of being bribed by oo the1 bench wipclhisipectaclcs, your small income wi II not admit of -I- I- Q uad. And Hod It morning there!" imfrivolous oxonso, '( JJut now, my-theso men. Of course it is not grunted around awhilo nnd dismissed em r or I will be Our Count Court System. goes the man again. dear I will say good-by- , to bribe n legislator, but tho possible tho case. Away KZEZETT-CTaiK-STho magistates should havo nothing thing is reached in a different way. Then I got another hitch ou him nnd too lato for tho monthly concert pray-c'- r. JIn haste, yours, etc. to do either with the election of school Your sensible lobbyist would no more tried to convict him of theft,' but the commissioners or with any fiscal mat- think of oficring a Kentucky gentlecourt-held- , that ho should r havo lcca A Poor Eicuse.'-r ' ,t. is chsrjjetU with cmbcizlement. Some man a bribe than he would of running Tho' i;round upon which1 certain ter. Our county court system enin this respect. Tho fiscal his hand in tho fire. He goes nt it in ytar? after I tackled him again nnd Southern Senator, callidg.themsolvos they let him go. Statute of limitation Democrats, voted to givo Gen. Grant matters of n county should be mauag-udbyth- a much ditlerent way. He gives n county judge, nud two or wiue supper. IIo has excellent cigars. you sec. Well. I concluded to give it ten thousand dollars nnuuully for tho 1 did. Salt Liko Tribune. rest of his natural lifo is indefensible four county commissioners elected by IIo gets on n high old druuk with a up, and who doubtful man, aud they paint the town from any point of view. They said tho people for that purposo nlone, He'tf Read the Papers. He is n good anecdote bo magnanimous. should manage tho disbursements, seo red together. IIo was a plain old mini from tho it became them to Magnanimous with what? With tho to the roads and all such details as teller, none better, and tho first thing country; ho woro an old stylo comes beforo the court of claims. Tho your member knows he is voting for a " hat, ami his clothes wcro public inouoy raised by tuxntion? That du bill he at first bitterly opposed. This, money does not belong to members of magistrates should hive no other homespun, but when .1 tics than t' dispense justice, and should of course, refers to the average memstranger stepped up to liim on Vino Congress. Thoy havo no right to givo ruorES.sio.iAU it away. They nro solemnly sworn to be selected with solo referenco to their ber. m Street ami profaned to know him, this high' function. As capacity for ALEX. ANDERSON, The sun glints fell with a hectic nnd naked all about his wife and fami- appropriate it only to certain specified ATl'OKNKY A.T for the school commissioner, wo seo flush upon his cream-colorepants. DANVILI.K, KY., and wanted to know when ho came purposes; nnd thoy nre trustees for ly no reaion why tho county judge should From a neighboring pond camo tho Will pratllcoln tlie (.fcurliof llojle aud adjoining 3MC 3E3C JK. 3NT down and when ho was going back, thoso purpose alone. To pay it out countlM and In Ike Court of Al'ilj. perform nil his duties for which deep croaking of the frogs. Soft-eyethe old man declined tho proffered for tho gratification of a sentiment, not. JAMEH O. OIVENH. could bo compensated by nn in- cows were slowly coming up from tho hand, anddrnwiug luck, said: That's whether, that sentiment bo charity or ho hn pitroos In Slanf rJ and T.tliiljr for their liberal support, and ATTOHNBV AT LAW, TAi Hi n opp ji t inltT ol . Frankfort crease in liis salary. grassy meadows beyond tho hill, where 311 SlhSt.,LOUISVILLK, KY. all right, young man; never mind the admiration, is almost ns bad as to Hopes 10 retain u. a nenss ii i icu a insi-ci- a silcxl luHcarlrln I he season, bviore belnf culled Praetlcn In all tlio Cuurti. Cbllrctlona promptotct.su 1 It tho buttercup blossomed in nil its goldit corruptly. Nothing can preliminaries; git right down to busily imilr. A Bjston tramp appealed to a man en glory nnd the daisy laid its white ness 'twonce. You've got some goods bo worse, nothing moro flagrantly opT. W.VARNOK. Flora Ilia best cf Foreign Makers Tlier will be cot au2ittadein sty e. Ills motto Is: at tho depot and waul to pay tho posed to the true principles of Feder- of generous instincts tho other day for face to the earth. A brindle dog, T. W.& W. E. VAUNON, Cutting and Hepalring neatly and promptly done "To Excel." freight. Hain't got nuthin' but n SIOO al legislation, than this misappropria- ten coots to save him from starving. with heavy, tenuous jaws, cimo out Aan'OUNEYH A. I" LAW. STANrOUD, KY. ttatra. A tW new LullJlug-- u check. Would I hold tho check and lot tion of tho means provided by law IIo had not hnd a mouthful to cat of tho corn and caught Pericles Ileth- - Office Id you have SGU.-I!- ) to pay the freight? Or for tho support of tho Government, sinco beforo tho war, nnd tho memory crington by the rear of his pants. n. O. KAUFFMAN. New of tho mint did not run back to tho Chicago Homanco. A'n'OHNKV AT IT..A.W, p'r'aps you've just drawed n prize in n nnd for no other purpose. LANCASTKIt, KY. timo when ho last enjoyed n night's would I jes' step around York S uu. lottery, nnd County Attorney. Will It is n matter of history, that when Muter Comtulnloner andor Garrard and adjoining said practical!! all Ibe Uuurla sleep, "ity friend, I am sorry," A Striking Incident. with you and 6eo you git tho motioy; women wero allowed to voto in New countiecand'ln the Court or Appeals. STANFORD, LANCASTER and HUSTONVILLE, accosted, taking from his An English actress, passing along a the person or p'r'aps ' but the confidence man Jersey under tho constitution adopted THOMAS P. HILL. Jit., DEALEK IX had slippod nway; tho granger was street 'J no day, heard singing. Sho pocket u silver dillnr, hut this is tho iu 1770 iu tho contest over tho Eliza- ATTOUNKY AT LAW, altogether. As the looked iu an open door upon a littlo smallest piece I have." ''Oh, never bethtowu bridge they were charged will nnrtlci inSTANKOnU, ol KY, and adlolnlnit Grain, too well posted tills the Cuurta Wool, Orchard Gfrasss and other Seeds, ami caught tho words: mind," said tho tramp nonchalantly, with chauging their dresses and voting rounllea and In the Court of Appeals. Orhte In old rami gazed after his retreating fig- pruyor-mcetiiiup stairs. A foil's new bulldlDf Uviler possessing himself of tho coin, "I "Ifcpllmf iucicjI cenlt Ik, ure ho chuckled out: "Slipped up twice They wero deprived of the LEE F. HUFFMAN, Mercy illll rrsemd furine?" can change it," whereupon he counted that time, Mr. Bunko; I'm posted elective franchise by the legislature in 8URRKON DKNTI8T, Sho entered, listened awhile, then out ninety cents from his pocket, and 8TANFOKD, KY. Cincinnati 1'vo read tho papers." 1807, and never contested tho consti- Office South std Main Street, two doors sbore MilpiPSSsSll1 BfffifjftMrajjssiMBt went nway, but the hymn went with went on his way rejoicing. Myers Hotel. the Saturday Night. tutionality of tho act. Pure Nitrous Oxide Oaa administered when rem her. She becamo n christian, nnd de quired. Somemhat Above. It is possiblo that tho democrats Judge Thos. II. Hiues, of tho Aptermined to leavo the stage, but tho a, OAUPENTEH, DM. If tho gag law had applied nt tho manager would not release her from may find somebody who can carry pellate Bench, has gone to Hot Srrings STAHFOKl), J. KENTUCKY Tho court is Office orer Itobt. 8. Ly tie's store. Office hours carouse in Lexington, nnd not to tho fulfilling her engagement. The Inst the necessary 2011 votes in 1884, but Ark., for his health. mI 12 to r.u : exfrom 7 Judge cept onto 0 a. x ; when ber.will go to Crab OrchLegislature yesterday, tho A. it M. night sho played with uuustial brillian- wo must confess it looks very strongly overwhelmed with buisness. to Ssturday, IK) College tax would havo been repeal- cy, and, nt tho close, was called beforo against it. With Now York torn in- Hines should resign, if he is unable to ard till lurt her notice. ed. Tho friends of tho tnx refused to the curtain. to pieces by tho desertion of Tammany, attend to the duties of his position, Her contract was dissubmitr toa voto of tho people, und charged; sho had no master now but aud tho solid South broken, with In- nnd let some man bo elected who is llTYiLLLV TWll tvtr..o 1 WILL HE IN 8TANKUHU sijMwdlyjtteclluidtoxposQiit to tho Christ. Standing there, with clasped diana nud Ohio in the hands of tho able. Hop. South Kentuckiau. Lancasof each mouth, from Brsl Monday, and In Monday, ter two weeks of each month, Irom third loru'iiiyof- - debate' Thoy aro adepts bauds nnd streaming eyes, sho snug: republicans, nud no democratic lender, Office In St. Asaph Hotel, orer Mattlngly A boll's It is reported that a Quaker passed .lore.s.gn.j in tho art of lobbying, ami their methor brains, of distinct issue, democratic "Ueptliof uierrj'cin It I, MHOAWi p.D.B k I I 3NT I G-- l a group of boys, ouo of which was DP I jOl. I DFL I3VE Marcjr dill resetted for ine? ods proved as effective with tho coprospects for 1881 look dark indeed. Can ray lod Ml wrath forbear, eweariug aud cursing at a terrible ns SFDK,I0iTQH"WA.CJO3SrS, nceit! roosters of tho St. Louis Me, luechicl of sluuers, spsret" Bargain. . . t rate. Tho Quaker stopped, looked at A Chance for witliho politicians of the melted by tho Tho audiencowns Sinco tho committing of tho brutal tho boy uutil he got his atteutiou, aud Hut, fortunately, property-holder- s I wish to sell my tract of Knob Lan- dconfession and plea, and many murders, iu Ashland, two ladies havo then said, "That is right my boy; havo nrtlugo and n shield iu tho sought tho same plea. 100 ACKES! died in that city, from nervous pros- keep on uutil theo gets all that vilo COXTAIXING courts, nnd uo man can bo robbed miles South of maulord, and Situated about i Iu "Walton' Complete Augler" is tration induced by fear of midnight Btull outjif thee." outright without tho approval of the Farm," It has on known as Ilia old two small bulldlugs, connected, by a porch, In judgoNnd'H verdict of the jury. Tho" tho story thul a plko was, taken in attacks on themselves and their famitomfortaklj; an ex ot tho Agri It whirl, mull fiiutlT ran lira Prof. J. M. McUride, near jlleilb'ronn, lies, aud tho third cuse resulting from cultural University of Tcunessee, af- cellent Spring near tho bulldlo gi; 01about 300 youug tax caiuiot stand tho test to which it M97 In a wiitc, a,s u. Apple Im oiseieci iruu.iuauy a quantity iu Arabia, with a ring Axed iu fts the samo causa is that of a youug wo- ter a variety ot experiments during Wiring, and chestnut,.,of guod Timber, such as must yet bsubmittcd, nnd ,p..r.k. may bo congratulated that the gills,on which was ougraved the words, man who has become insane, nud was two years, concludes that heavy seed-in- e gtaulord, Ky., Fcbiuary 17, mi. material ou tho bench is bomewhat "I am the fish which Frederick tho takeu to tho Lexington Asylum. of wheat will bring tho best re- mLou. Second, Governor of tha World, Jput ubovo thnt in tho Legislature. suits a..d haste., tho maturity of the Stanford Female College. Kltl'.UMATlSM. INH.AMMATOKY iuto this pond fith of October, 123:1;" 8 pecks to the Post. Ouo oulco of tiucturo of colchlcum, crop. He recommends .STANl'OKl, KY. by which it would appear that this acre. A couplo of Kansas small boys ono ouueo of tiucturo of guaiao, one-hafish had, Jhqu lived 2C0, .yeurs, . This The total number of newspapers thought It would-b- e raro sport to satounce of tiucturo of mezereon, fish wns said to havo been nineteen With a Full Corps Of Teachers, urate the hair of their sleeping mothnud u half of syrup of and periodicals published all over the ono ounce feet in length, and to havo weighed and Besilon ou oned er with cohTojI nod apply a match to Mix tho ingredients world in 1880 was, acoDrding to the Tula Institutionainmiay iu Its Twelltu sarsapanlla. oepiriuir ine zil 300 pounds. Directory," 34,274, and 'Newspaper !t, but ufter tho experiment und after woll and tako ono teaspoonful mornA traveler in Germany 'nud SAftz-urlau- ing, noon, and night. the circulation nuiounted to 10,592,-000,00ALL Till: HUANUHU UK A a woodshed, interview with uu elecsays that thousands of girls in or six copies to each individ- THOROUGHENGUSHCOURSE balddicaded woman, they tric eyed, A.3STD If a lamp chimney bo cut with n ual living. sat down sideways on tho stop jiud thoeo countries cultivato their hair us will Are Ubght, as weU u Mowers, lluy-IjHke- H d,ws his crops, diamond ou the convex side it lloaiit'rH. thought and thought nud thought pud carefully as, a farmer hulUy I'lUMH, A play bill dropped from tho galle- MUOIC. TUB LANOUAOEb, DHAW. (ariilu llrlllH. nover crack with tho heat, ns tho iu- thought nnd. thought, nud to inve nnd onco n'yoar it is cut oil and sold INQ AND 1'AINTINd. of tho Yolks Theatre, Copenha-geu- , j, cisicu aflords room for oxpansiou, nud ry 'lbrt'eikt. NlritH-t'nttcrtheir lives they couldn't too unyUiing to tho hair merchants. Swiss girls took firo from a gas jet iu iU fall, KHglHCfS HILT IrlHChlllVM HUtl tho glass nfter cooling returns to its havo tho finest hair, nud tho prices funny about thojuflair. MODERATE. And other Implements and Machinery. We buy exclusively from M'Mctuj I and alighting ou a lady's head, burned original shapo, with only u scratch vary from 25 ceuU to I3D an ouuee. ott her bonnet and nearly all her lots, and consequently obtain the largest dUcouBt and Tho KichmorTd fVa.) iWoJIuw visiblo whero tho cut was madj. Goods a; Reasonable Pri- cIu Tulllou, prhte rauge from l to ISO Iu Ih .ntViftrVnlrV Onrmottois. "First-clu- s hair beforo tho flames could bo extin- regular lpartmeuu. I'rlwirT. IJfti luUriuedlati r """-.T- " .iv.ii "No," said ho. 'I'm notdisposoij to ..." tells a Btoryofln violin' made from i.Ja) 110; rrrauuy, 1W, aud Cullrgtito, S0. the Best is always the Uuespcst." aespecuunj, guished. Wealth dpos not brlug happiness. wood cut frorufarlpgtuncovcred somo ben bad man. But f expect, lu'go WEAREN, Btautoiu, Jty. GEO. D. mombers of tho Utah Thirty-siFoi lull partUulars, aa to Hoard, ieaJdrM. 'surface- of tho Into, politics and so I'm keeping cngag-ed't- a It only provide the, means by which eight ttlUXN & WILLlAMNaidhsb threq Rtrjs a'a, 41 mo,' tag'cj well pcoplo cau mako themselves happy if leglxlatiiro huvo an aggregato of 100 HKN. H. V. THUKIIKIKT, I'rlueliml, V. J, M lVITHKUN, nud whlcIJVgeologists said wns earth, S5'i!;,KoU anager Uncastrr IWpoi. Co., Ky, AUufwd. Uunolu wives' Itheylme a capacity for enjoymeut. Boston l'ot; up iu lying." older than thofflood. He had been absent a year, tho youngest pupil at tho boys school, and now bis mother was expecting him every day, and she went almut, proud nnd happy, telling her friends of his improvement in his studies, and nlwajfl ending with his being such a good biy. Then camo n telegram from Willio himself, tho first real he had ever tent how funny it seemed, from that baby nnd thero was just this simple form, "Meet me in tho morning." His mother went about all day with it iu her hand, reading It over ns if it had been in Then the child's own sho smiled to henclf as sho pasted It carefully in a scrap book, whilo somebody suggested framing it, to bang over tho mantel. Hut nil the friends loved Willie; ho was tho only don of his mother nnd sho was a widow and ho did not come thnt morning! Thcro camo instead, tho dread naws of hasty illness, nnd his mother hurried to her darling boy, but it was too latel Tho dcspoiler hnd done his work ho wns breathing out Ids littlo life iu tho sleep froni which ho never would fully awaken hern. Only once, toward tho last, ho unclosed his eyes swiftly and saw tho bending over him, Jciir tnother-facmid murmured with dry, husky lips: "Meet mo in the morning, mnmmn." Denr loy! it is morning with him tho morning light of laircr always than Italian skies! whilo wo yet gropo among tho shadows. But by nud by nits-saghiind-writiiio Gr R, .A. IN" ID OIPEIDTIIDsra- THE OF ONE-PRIC- E Main Street, Stanford, Ky., formerly occupied by McRoberts & Stagg, CLOTHING HOUSE I Mmim :eg aMct Beys ' IBOOTS, SKCOESS. tfcc, Bought for Spot Cash, at an Immense Reduction, and I offer the same at prices which cannot fail to convince the public that I OJEHEK, THE GJEtlG A.TJEX' JJkJ&&Jk.XN& J latMufe IfeaMiiiig iMaA Ever offered in this or any other town. This is no bankrupt sale to run off cheat) goods. I come to stay and build up a trade by treating every one po litely and dealing fairly and squarely with all. No misrepresentation. Every article as represented and satisfaction guaranteed. All I ask is a fair trial. D. KLASS. ROOT. S. LYTLE f SUCCKSSOlt TO McAIiISTJBR ST.A.ICsriEfOIR.ID, - XTIsE, . . . e broad-brimme- d Having bought the McAlister interest in the above named firm at a considerable discount, I am thereby abled to offer great inducements in prices on Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, &c. Call and see what you can do before you buy. With thanks to my friends for past favors, I nope to solicit a liberal share of the same in the future. slick-lookin- ROBT. J$. LYTJLE. H. C. RUPLEY, Hi IE. O T TA.ILOR; &'JFANF01tI, KY., firit-da- Yoo-man- WAIAACEK-VARNO- Comprises Everything that is Neva, oitr ' 1 GEO. D. WEAREN, g iHi 1 ISTOTICES XV cross-road- s A O 1 S, pot-hous- a l'1'oor-llou- fijh-poi- m lf ,. d 0, -r BUGGIES -Nelt-ItiiHlcr- - - nwi CABBIAGES, llHy-Vrcwiit- Uorii-riiuitcr- JuHlvloi-H,lIrrtHHtfrM.Shellcr- . ... TERMS x .... a, - J 4 f l who doubtless thought she recognised the voice. "Is that you, Ham?" ssld Msry, getting up and opening the door. A man entered holding his hands up before sta-on-okij- , bis fsce. "Who are jou and what do you want?" Mary inquired again. "Never March 10, Friday Morning, mind who; I want to see you a minute," answered the man. There was very little Mississippi Valley. rious business. EDITOR W. P. WALTON, light In the room, save that made by a GARRARD COUNTT. LEGISLATIVE. few flickering lltnies from some chunks in Lancaster. the fire Mary lighted a lamp. The man who would popinjay, Tlie Senate rejected the House bill to A The csndhlstes for county offices are blew It out, but not till thi older boy nnd tho eternal fitness of re pes I the net making New Year's day ilomnnstratn gelling thick. the twina bad seen him sufficiently well to A telegraph line has been established be things better In tho employ of tho legsl holiday. able readily to recognise him after Senator Kogle ia making an effort in city scavenger, but who ekes out a lilt branch of the Legislature to repeal the between the 1'ostoffice and the depot at wards. Msry asked the roan to have a chair, and to excuse her for not slaying raieerablo cxistenco by publishing a tax for the A. and M. Collet at Lexing- this place. Tisssld there will lie a wedding In this up that she was sick. She returned to her Knights of Honor Journal at ton. Andy Burnside's re- bed. After filling awhile the man got up The bill to make insanity a ground vicinity shortly after Cincinnati, makes a puny attempt to turn from Philsdelphia. Juand came to Mary's bedside. "I an awful for divorce was reported by the Senate annihilate us becauso wo said in a re diciary Committee with opinion that it A hard tain has been falling continu drunk," he ssid; "what is good for a drunk ously for twelve hours. No fears as to man?" Mary laughed. "The best thing cent Issue it costs $50 a year to ought not to paM. scarcity of stock water this Spring. Our belong to that organization. Is to get sober, I reckon," she ssid lightly. The Legislature was not In session II. C. KaufTman is a candidate for re She could nol have suspected the man's statement is truo as to certain ages, Tuesday, because of the death of Senator of the body election for County Attorney of Garrard evil mission. "Get up," said the man; "1 CO and over, but that it docs not cost Wilkinson. Two member county, subject to the action of the Dem- wsnt to talk to you." "I can't," said Mary we bare died since the session began. a younger person that much, "I'm sick, I don't know who you are; please Senator Wilkinson, whose Illness was ocratic party. have since given columns of our paper noticed in our last Issue, died Tuesday, Horse thieves are gelling in their work go away and let me alone " The man in horses to prove. Tho 1. p. imagined howevsisted on her getting up. "I want to talk lie was a lawyer and editor, and Mood pretty lively in this county, six er, that ho must do something to re- high with the members of each profession. having disnppesred from the Paint Lick to you a while," he said. At last Mary -. weektold him to go t3 tho fire and she would As the Idea of March advance the neighborhood In the last few tain his hold on the few gullible Branttrille. get up. He returned to hts chair snd she who support him, hence his House it beginning to feel the importance of Knights Here we come again, not from the arose and took a seat beside him. The article which proves nothing beyond hurrying up master, and lias paied a rea. olution to bold evening sessions two days in gentle slopes ol Gilbert's Creek, but from nun sat in a stoooping position, his face the fact that he has no right to memthe breeay hills of "Lower Garrard " And buried in his hands. Directly Mary said: the week. is bership in an organization which The Seate adopted 23 sections of the while we left tho dear people of the Creek "If you want to say anything to me, say it presumably composed ot gentlemen School bill, and on motion of Mr. Iilain, with sincere regret, we csn but rejoice that now, for I am sick and must go back to and ought to bo kicked out. amended the 15th by inserting "one of the oar "lines have fallen in such a pleasant bed." "Walt," said the man, "until I get received more a drink." He got up and went towards Is tinkering with Trustees shall visit the school at least once place" for we were never The Legislature Farmera the door whe ra a bucket of water sat uon a month." There are still many more kindly any wlioe than here the only good law passed duabout are very busy; the "woodman's cxe," the a shelf. Just as he reached the door he sections of the bill. ring tho session of '79 nnd '80, that The sum of $4,155 was paid by the "plowboy's whistle" and the sound of the turned, and pointing a pistol at Mary, which gives the Commonwealth the Auditor last year for pro tern. Common- hemp-brak- e ring cheerily through the air. fired. She sprang to her feet and rushed right to produco counterproof in an wealth's attorneys, and the House has re- Bat notwithstanding we have had a veiy down between the beds shouting: "For application for a change of venue in quested that gentleman to ahow cause mild winter, the croakers are still croak- God's sake, don't kill me and my little criminal cases. Strange that tho idiots whybedidnot deduct the amounts from the ing. No feed, wet weather, Ac , &c. Well,- children!" Another shot followed the first we suppose some people would not be aat- in qnick succession. The womsn dropped salaries of the regular Commonwealth's) can not let well enough alono and at- attorneys. IsOed in Eden The Methodist meeting to the floor Death must have been tend to the important business that But the assassin continued The CobMersat Frankfort are wasting conducted by Revs, Taylor, of Danville, thoy have so far neglected. The time on presenting bills to provide for and Peeples, of Lancaster, closed on ac- to fire smid the rcrcsms of the children change of venue business Is in nine liens on sewing machines, to prevent rail- count of Mr. Taylor being quite sick, and old Bettie Sigman. After emptying cases out of ten, nothing more than roads from discriminating between a per- sooner than was at first intended. One ad- his pistol into Mary's body, he went nut, doea dition Mr. Ben Dunn deals out the In a little while he returned. Old Bettie an effort at delay, and it is nothing son who buys n ticket and one who not, Ac, instead of attending to the impor "taffy" behind the counter of Mr. Jamea was standing between the beds, wringing but fair that both sides bo heard on tant business for which they were elected, Bryant The Christians of the Grove her bands and uttering cries of anguish, the question. Tho law as it stands Church have employed Mr. Grubba, of her daughter's corpus lying at her feeU NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. can not opcrato against a prisoner, if Harrodsburg, to preach to them two Sib- - The assassin leveled his pistol again and a there are real grounds to believe that Henry C. Pindell, an able member of baths in a month. Mr. Thompson, of bullet sped through old Battle's brain. Nicholas, will preach thia year for the Bap She fell across the bed a corpse. Other he can not get a fair trial in thocouu-t- y the Louisville bar, died WednesJsy. Sweet A C'o.'s banking House, Itoston, tint of Mt. Hebron, on the 2d Sunday of shots were tired at her and then the fiend in which he has committed the Mr..Mat Hutchinson and turned his weapon again on the lifeless each month crime, for in this as well as in nil other has failed with liabilities of $2,870,111 body of Mary. He fired about fifteen shots The rainfall at Memphis so far this family visited relatives here last week cases, he gets the bencGt of the doubt. the usual annual Mire Bettie Doores commenced scIh-o- I at in all, and then left the house. The frightyear ia 27 inches, fully Mt. Hebron, Monday, with about thirty ened children did not stir for a long time. Mb. Dan. E. O'Sullivan, who average. Mrs. Will Lear and Mrs. Jas. At last the older boy told the othera to The House Committee will report fa- scholars line for tho last year made tho "ComThe amallox keep still and he would go and fetch the vorably the bill to make Washington Ter- Jones are quite sick monwealth" and "All Over tho South" senre is over. There has been no case for neighbors. With the first streaks of dawn ritory a State. so spicy Items in the Courier-Journal- , Suppose a large crowd of men and women had What next? Lewis C.OIdhsm, of Richmond, waa two months. and entertaining, has been promoted killed by the earn on the K. C. It. II. near brother Barnes haa returned to his old love, gathertd at the cabin. The spectacle winch mei tneir gate was horrible beyond The Journal. Praise the Lord. to the position of dramatic critic and Ilryant's Station. recital. The floor was spattered with blood and strewn with brains. There was show David Navarro, the amusement editor of tho same paper, MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. blood on the walls and ceilinr. blood and is succeeded by Mr. W. Lampton boy weighing 720 pounds, died in the Sam. M. BurJett. Editor. everywhere. On Mary's body were nine Pittsburg peat-hous- e of smallpox. formerly of an Ashland (Ky.) paper, Wednesday, as the North bound freight wounds. One ball entered her body beIn the course of a lecture in Chicago and came out hind between the but lately of that witty sheet, the on "The Moral'Use of Luxury and Beau train was passing Gum Sulphur, Charles through the right shoulders another passed breast; Hutchinson, a brakeman who was stand through the left breast. tliroush the heart. 'Steubenville (0.) Herald. Since his ty," Henry Ward lieecher fainted and had ing on top of the cars, slipped and fell on lodging in the bick; another pasted in at debut Into the newspaper business, Mr. to retire. the track between the wheels. Several tne small ul ins back lodging In the front Deck's Mil to punish unlawful certiG O'Sullivan's march has been onward cam pasned over him, severing his body in part of the abdomen; two balls went thro1 the brain Any one of these five wounds of checks by officers of National and upward, and his friends expect to cation two places. Death was, of course, Instan was necesssrily ratal. A ball hid gone Banks has been favorably reported back to see him in a few years, ranking with taneous. His remains were taken to Stan through each wrist; another pissed thro' . the Stnste. the elbow ford. Charlie was a Rockctstle county the right arm, between the leading men of his day in his The floods have rendered destitute, and shoulder, and still another had Tho Kentucky 43,000 people in Tennessee, Arkansas and boy and his death will be widely deploted, passed through the left breast, niskini: a chosen profession. His mother and brothers have our warmest, a flesh wound. Two wounds only were press will cordially welcome Mr. Mississippi, who 'send up a powerful ap lenuerest sympathies. found on old ISellie, both in the head, and peal for aid. Lampton back to old Kaintuck. Owing to a call elsewhere which he either of them fatal. The women nreuared April 0th is the 200th anniversary of is before the National House cannot neglect, Eld. J. L. Allen will not the bodies for burial; the men began to A make investigations. Just outside the the discovery of the mouth of the Missis-sip- pi preach here next Sunday. He will, how door were found a number of empty car with a fair prospect of passing, which by La Salle, anil the occasion will be ever, preach here on the third Sunday in fridge hulls. Some tracks were discover will be hailed with delight by the far duly celebrated at New Orleans. this month at 11 o'clock, A. M, and also ed, one made by a fine boot, with small E. B. Head, Jr., has been is to allow them to sell with The Rev. mers. In the evening Father F. J. Donnelly, heel, and a plale on the heels, fastened out license the tobacco grown by them, ordered down and out and Thomas M, of Richmond, will lecture in the Court- evidently with large screws or tacks The older boy, whose name la Jsson, and the As the law Cardwcll will hereafter preside over the house in thia place next Monday at 7 twins, Lucy and Mary, aged eleven years, by retail or otherwise KwtofGce affairs of Harrodsburg. o'clock r. m., subject "The Church the told then story or the occurrence, They now? stands, a tobacco raiser cannot The Virginia repudiating Legislature been here account sellshk neighbor even so much as a has decided tn gerrymander the State so as True Guide." On Tuesday evening next, gave the with the which has information additional written, '.'hand" of the weed without subject to give the districts to repudiating Con at 7 o'clock, he will lecture in the School of a description of the man, and that he Church waa followed Into the house by a little house at Pine Hill; subject ing liitn both to a fine and imprison- gremmen nnd send the honest men to the and the Bible." dark, bundle dog, which old Kettle had rear. ment under the revenue laws, and in Wednesday uight, thieves made a raid driven out From the desciintion civen Bob. Seaver, who attempted to commit children, Bob Iear, a neighbor many cases persons ignorant of the a rape on a sixteen-year-ol- d and car- by the recognized girl as sho waa on D.N.Williams' smoke-house- , present, the assassin. "lis Jim have suffered unreasonably. A far- going to school, was taken from the officers ried off two hams. It had been some Bishop, a brother of Wat. Bishop, who law, smoke-hous- e wss wss killed at Mary's house more than a mer should bo ablo to sell anything he at Franklin, Ky, and lynched Monday weeks since Mr. W.'s robbed and an idea had gotten abroad that year ago," he ssid; "I saw him Sundar produces in any way and at any time nuht. Tarter, for County Judge, May for every body in this county was well suppli- riding behind Sim Hyainger. They were that he may see fit, and all laws pre- Clerk, Shadoan for Attorney, and Silvers ed with meat, though the price kept well going to Wm. I Hysinger's." A consultation was held an it wss decided on venting him are hardships that ought for Jailer ia the republican ticket ncmin up in the market. In effecting their en- Bishop, Constable James Lear to arrest and two sted by the primary election in Pulaski, a trance, the thieves made considerable noise other men went to Wm. Hyslnger'a where not to be tolerated. few days ago which aroused Mr. Williams. He arose tl.ey round nishop at uresklaal. lie was rascally attempt of the repubtaken Intoi ustodv His pistol was found A syndicate has been formed in New quickly, picked up his double-barre- l shot in a table drawer in the house. It was a licans to delegate the tariff question! York, to build a road from Louisville to and sallied valiantly forth. He was Smith ft Wtason. double action, No. 38 irun to a Commission selected by tho pres- Nicholaiville, on the C. S. It. It. Dr. unable to see tLe thieves, but cpied a dog calibre Fom of the chambers were loadident from interested civilians, has Standiford and Fred Wolfe, of the latter which accompanied them. He snapped ed and one was empty. Into this empty chamber waa slipped one of the cartridge received a set back in tho House, and road head the enterprise. his gun several times at thia dog, but pres hulls In committee of the whole in the ently discovered that bis wespon wss not door picked up before .Mary eignians It titled exactly. Bishop wore a it is not likely that it will come up United States Senate Wednesday, Ingalla' loaded. returned to the house pair of tine boots, with small heels. On He then acain during tho present session. It amendment to the Chinese bill, fixing ten charged the gun. When he emerged the heels were metal pistes, fastened with was called up Tuesday, buton account yetrs as tin limit of suspension of immi and large screws or tacks. He was taken by again, the dog had vanished. The popu- his captors to Mary Sigman's cabin. The of the claim that it was not a bdl to gration, waa defeated by a tie vote. lar conundrum hereabouts is, "Why don't children all recognised him its the man says of the thirty-thre- D. N. Williams put a lock on his smoke- who had killed their mother. This, before Lieut. raiso revenue, it was set behind 335 men who sailed on the Jean house door?" The answer is, "I give it they knew he had been arrested. lie was ' Jilk, it not being entitled to special e, brought to town, taken More Judge nelte only fifteen are known to be living, up." privileges. and biatrial fixed for to day (FriA crime, so atrocious as to be without After dtnerling the boats the survivors day). About the time he reached town, A itnsoi.UTiON has leen offered in walked 700 mile over ice and snow. a parallel, waa committed in this county Wm. Hysinger (Bishop's, cousin), and A. In the New York slock niaiket, Wed-de- last Monday night. All black with crimes S Henderson (Hysinter's brother-in-lawtho Scuato to allow tho people to elect 507,810 shares of railroad stocks were of the very worst sort liss been the history came in ami said that they would swear their own Postmaster)), Internal Revethat Bishop slaved at Win. Hyslnger'a the ifec. The sold, and there were important declines in of the county heretofore, but the horror of night before; that Henderson and his wife nue officers, U. S. Marshals, prices, hut no failures were reported, and Monday night has added a page of hellish also stayed there and Henderson nnd Bishlaw would be a good one, but it will no great excitement prevailed. L. & N. blackness. About seven miles from this op slept together This s;veedy vindicanever pass in a Congress that has a went down five points, stopping at 07. place, and North of here, in the head of a tion of Bishop had an effect contrary to Liter in the day a They would republican majority. A woman named Mary Herman, of hollow that leads into Itouudstone Creek what was expected warrant was issued for Hyainger and Hennever consent to any thing that would Jeffenonville, Ind , resolved 50 dsys ago is a little cabin, situated in the woods, derson, charging them as accomplices of serve to make tho power less central that alio would never sat again and she wherein have dwelt for the pant twelve Bishop in the murder. A Coroner's inwas held over the bodies of at Washington. It would be their has not, although every effort to induce months, Mary Sigman and her family. quest and Mary Sigman dead testimony The her lias been resorted to. She is very Mary has long been widely known as llm Betlie death knell if they did. of the children and that of Drs McKee wesk and can hold out but a short time celebrated courtesan of Upper Roundslone. and Brown wn heard and the verdict of Scuato has passed the House longer before death will come to her relief. Her family consisted of her mother, Bettie tho Jury was that they came to their death The bill repealing tho test oath, which re At Austin, Mil j, between Memphis Sigman, aged about seventy years, and at tho hands of James Bishop The tracka of three persons were found leading from quired members of tho Legislature to and Helena, the river had cut thiough the five children -t- wo boys and three girls the bars near Wm Hyainger s house to town, destroying the prircipal buildings, whose ages range from fifteen to six years. Mary Sigman's cabin and bick again. Wm. swear that they had not used money, Among the number the Masonic Temple. Mary has, for some months, been enclente, Hysinger has a little dog which answers whisky or any other Illegal means to TheCeuteniiisI Block, a large brick build and the arrival of another baby would have very well the description of the dog at Masecure tneir election, is emi- ing, is almost demolished, the water being been among the events of the next few ry's csbin the night nf the murder There are other circumstance that point toward nently proper, since nearly every offi-ce- r twenty-fiv- e feet deep all around it. Several weeks. List Monday night the inmate of the guilt of the parlies sccused, A full retired to bed as usual. and fair Investigation will be had and If that took the oath perjured him- stores and dwellings were washed away lbs little cabin There Is only one room in the house and they are Innocent they will be vindicated; self, and yet not a single oue of them and carried a distance of half a mile. guilty they will be punished, no doubt. A new sensation connected with Out-tea- u this was made to contain three beds. if has been prosecuted fur it as they deserve. It will be remembered is regarding a voung woman signiug Mary occupied one bed, her mother and that in May or June, 1880. Wat B!hop Conkijno says ho has a $50,000 herself Clara Augusta Davis, Hoboken, the twin girls slept In another, and the ar.d Adi-iHysinger were killed at Mary cash fee in a Mineral water suit and New Jersey, who wrote a thirtern-psg- e two boys and youugesl girl were lucked Sigman's one night, by Ab, Fish. The have ever been unrelenting In oi course he would not accept a little letter to Qulleau, in which she aasured away In the trundle bed. Mary was rest- Hysingers Maty Sigman. being sick and none of their hatred of Fish and Judgeship at 810,000 a year. The po-sitt- him of lisr devotion to his Interest, and less, complained of James Bishop came here lust Friday from slept well. About midnight near Joncaville, Tenn. It has been said has been sinco tendered to Sen- announced ber intention of getting him the family knock at the door and a voice by the Hysingers, so the reort goes, that OJt of Jail, if money could accomplish It. there csme a ator Edmonds, who declined tho honwhen Bishop oauie here the trouble about It Is thought that the woman was merely ssying, "open the door." "Who is that?" Wat and Adam's death would be settlml. or, and now it is said that the Presiautograph letter from fluiteau, inquired Mary. "Never wind who it is; James Bishop is about 6 feet 10 inches after an dent U' sitting up o' nights thinking which she would be able to sell high after open the door,", was the answer. "It's high, and Ham. Braniiauiau'said old Bettie Sigman, well. muscled. His age Is 2.1 years, and be Sf'who to appoint next. he Is hung. jcy. - - Another dsngsrous flood in the Gov, HucKtiuiuf has grown tired River Is anticipated. The of his every day business of remitting ef Wednesday extended from Texas fines assessed against gamblers and easlnsrd to Georgia, thence northward to gambling houses, and wants tho legis- to Ohio snd westwsrd to Kansas. It Is him to somo extent predicted that there will be additional 1882 lature to relievo by passing an act to licenso tho nefa- and still more destructive floods In the little tht wsighs 138 pounds, though he looks like he would weigh 100, His eyes and hatr are black, and he has a light, black Ills volet) Is coarse and the tones are drawling. He is in Jail Hysinger and Henderson are under guard. Bishop says he earn here on business and IntendIt is supposed to go West in a few days. ed he gratified his vengeance for his brother's and cousin's death by this cowardly assassination of weak, helpless, defenseless Why, If it was vengeanco he women. sought, did he not seek the man who killMary Siged his brother snd cousin? man has had a s range, eventful history. She wss seduced at 1 years nf age. At tbst time she wss pretty, Intelligent and promising She has always lived In the country 'round about the upper Round-stonFor the past 15 years she has been the acknowledged queen nf the courtesans in thst section. She inspired men with a peculiar Infatuation. It is ssld (list, first and last, she has been the csusn nf the death of 8 men, and she has certainly been thi mistress of more men than ever paid homage to one of her class in all this see tion of the State. She was a little womsn of good form, active and compact Her hands and feet were small and well fashioned. She had a small, round face, plain and expr'sslveless. Her eyes were a light hasel, and her hair waa auburn. Her month might bo considered pretty. The lips were a trifle thick and decidedly sensual. Her eyes when she wss animated, lustre She had a ecullar must have been about 33 years of age, but she did not look a day older than 25, The To have been thus cruelty poorSigmsnt shot to death by a cowardly assassin) Sure ly, she deserved a different fate, even if a bloody one. For 'spite ber long career of sin and the many blood stories in her history, there wss something of the romantic in this woman and her life She had a good heart, they say. and waa never known to go back on a friend Her disposition was quite a happy one, for she was always gay, except when she wss in lemporsry mourning for some fellow who had killed some other fellow, or had been killed himself for her sake. And in all the difficulties that have been over and about her, it is not known that she ever handled a weapon. They say, too, that she was as truthful as the runs: truthful. She would not tell a lie, and her veracity waa never called in question After all, psrhaM, she was not so bad as she was painted by some. It may be, she was only unfortunate. At any rale, now that she Is desd, snd her fste was so horrible, can we not all find it in our hearts to say, God, pity her? tons-tsch- e. 1 A Hy GREAT efalel PUBLIC SALE! tlrtus o(Arrll,IM,l of trust eieeutr.! tome tyCol. Iisse Hlieltiy, Jr., sn.l Ms wife, on IhsMlhilsy will letl st publle suction to lhahlshett bidder, at Ibe remlsrsln UnrolnOi., Ky , ON THURSDAY, MARCH 30t1i, 1882, tut: any Unit belors maturity HlanKird, Ky , March I'roHity, Ths flsrs has hrrn famous lor SO years, snd nrf.ls no pulT Thswslsis srs unrqnsllcd tn silty or tlrtus. Thsaroun.ti, lautlfully Isld out snd shsdrd, tmbrsct 73 acre. Tho nsw brick Hotel Isonoof IhoSntst snd most costly In lbs country ItlionlyS hours by rsll from IstuUtllls and Cincinnati, or from Knoa?lll an I Chattanooga, hmylhlnt It In readlnna for Ilia coral n( srs. I thrown open at a wrsk'a nolle to SOO (urtts. son, and the Hoist could On ona head let Iher bsnodsabt. ThssaU will. In food faith iSI with skboLvtb csarlsir. Ixnisdsonthsdsy snnouoenl, snd ths hlfheit bid Isr wlf gtl tk frtfrtf IniniedlitapotMHulonaod a rlecl tit's are urantred ths punka ser. of purchase price, cash, thtbalanes In ( and It month, In equal loslalliaenla, Taaiis wlth percent, from dsy of ssl. Hsnda reulrid with approved personal security, and s lies slto retained. The pirehsser will, hswseer, U permitted lo pay oirhlslwndt and lb atcrued latsmtat ne-third xv. , IS32. o. wi:r.cu, Trutlct FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING! Slain Street, B. K. WEAKEN, - Stanford, Ky. I have bought out my brother, R. II. WcArcn, nud will continue, tho Furniture anil Undertaking business at the same stand, in the St. Asaph Hotel building. I will keep a lull stock of Furniture of every description and sell at figures thai cannot bo beaten. My stock of Coffins and Caskets will bo comprehensive. Shrouds and Robes alnays on hand. I also repair Furnituro nnd do carpenter's job work. (Orders by trleifra!i promptly attended to.) B. K. WEAKEN. MT. UU.XOI ADTrUTIsr.-M- T. JOHN W. KKIIIIY 14 tin offlre of AstaacaiulMale for sessor of IUk kraills county, August election, I SSI. M'ROBERTS&STAGG OPE11A HOUSE BLOCK, SXANFOUD, KIT., A. a ranJl J. 11 It 12 N. JUIMIK of Kockfsi- Jala li tie, August election, I MI, rutjret to any action of lue itmocrsue psriy. for COUNTY JASl'KK It a eaoJMate lUtOWN lines. castle county, August election, ISSi,suljNt to any of the Democracy action for COU.NTV ATTOR.NKYof T l.lquortf A-- VARIETY STOll. ICY., MT. VlillNON. J. E. VOWELS' ! Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Tollrt ami t'nurtt Arllrlr, Hook; Stntlanrrv, Tohnrto Must Vtgttro, Jfitafrfntia' 1'rrmrrli'tlonm niiif I'hnr. tnnreutlrnl iVrjiitrnffolia n Sitrrtnltu i MIT Winem, Kioiu Cloco'll illes NlahlKil Aeeou. ttiay Ki. 10 7 S7 4 J. 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Vlcksburf Delta lit 00 m TalluUh ... i I Wiiiu Delhi t I IS " M AND 1'ACtHC DIVISION. . Air Lee J 10 niul 7 " i SU Arr. Monro I.te, 7M guc SIS II U ... lion am, . I " SU a in' AT'A SMALL PROFIT, A 111(1 JOHN M'OVr, Vice I'le.Utut and flen'J Mananer, Cincinnati, O. II At.1 K.l Wilson, dm. I'aaa Alt. , ('In. Ko Ilr , Cincinnati, II A Oollkran, lien Pais, MIm Ala. (It. l It. IL, M.liburj, Jos. r" ou. It. II, Cliattanouice, Teno L. HsrJr, lien I'ssa. At. V AgU V., 8 A I". U. K.. Uooroe, La Irllulre.den. faes. HTOCK 01' Lard, Bacon, Meal, Flour, &c, AUof which we offer at 1f Hum BL a IsIk lt HIiilW W J VERY LOW PllICES! The Original and Only KITH Kit GENUINE FOIt CANII OK I'ltOmiCKl We are Agents for the Celebrated .T. I. CASK Willi Moplii I.hik1hI(!c. CHILL AND STEEL PLOW, 33 3ES"W ak.Fl.E3 OK Guaranteed to give satisfaction or INFRINGING no sale. Also Agents for uk sum: IMITATIONS AMD inn DAVIS SEWING MACHINE, GET THE THE GENUINE. Guaranteed for five years. PHODUOEwEVERY KIND Taken in exchange for goods. Colobratod Oliver. T aaaV Nono olaim to have a bettor plow; all, and examine our goods before purchasing elseCome one, come where. Respectfully, i-- ham: MiNJvr.r,T,i:v. Their only aim Im to luakuiiH Keen a one. iicwaru oi his hhch iMltatloiiM. Nci lliat OIlivr'M iihhm) In sjii tlio beam, hh muiw other arc KVHiiIhc. fils7B1s0 aaaaL Q0?A.lSr3rOIl,D, ICY. Friday Morning, -- March 10, 1882 LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. . raiserger trains North " " Month II IS JCO r. V. " LOCAL NOTICES. Irimi I'otatom At Aalier Osrale Hkk that Corn Drill t Aalier Osesle'. Vkkv liest patent Flour at A, Osrsle'. TiMoTitr anil Cloffr Feed for sale br Aher Owsley. Nr.w lock of Jewelry ml Hilrerwaro it l'enti A McAllsler's. LAHliiiirrH'M (lanlen Heed In iiulk and iatera, at A. Owslcj. I.ANlinrril's, (lanlen Heeds, freali, genuine. Penny A McAlialer. Ilur Loulsfllle. IleaiMlfrlit Oil, 176 teat, from I'cnny AMcAIIster. Kcmki.,. County Ilatllian iHilaloe fur 8ce! or Table use, at A. Owsley'. Watuiii, Clock ami Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAlialer. You will find Hie and cenli cigar In town at I'enny A McAlla-ter'- '. tl a. LANimrrii'n (Iaiiiikn Sir.M or all klnda, in bulk and In paper, at Mcltolerta AHUtaC. J CUT received a lieanllful lot of the atrlea of Jewelry. Call and ate tia Mcltoberl A Slagg, W tre juat receiving and oiienlngn large lot of Zelgjer A llroa. I,a.cV and ClilMren'a Hlioe for Hnrins; and Hummer wear. J. 11. AS. II. Hlianka. , lat-e- PERSONAL Mlaa llr.l.LK Cash la on a visit to the Mlaaea Hoc Iter, in I'arkaTllle. .Ma. Ijui II. lUmrV prraented Ida aiater, Mlaa I.uella, with a handaome piino while he waa at home. Mil. 11. T. IlAlinm lias goiie to vinlt her friend, Mra. Dr. Helm, at Howling Oreen, and to attend Mr. liarnea' rerlTala. Mra. Harrla will be rrmeuihered aa the originator of the "laitli cure" In thia ricin-llr- . acMlM. Bvr. Hori'KIt, of companied br Maater Ie M. Hopper, aon of Killtor Jame W. Hopper, came upon thai train yeatenlay, to fish at Mr. Ktl. . Carter'. I ia a bright, handaomo little Tun Louiaville Commercial la doing a fellow, and talked aa tnltll!;enlly of Ida good work in allowing how the Commonfather' buslnes aa if he were ticc a wealth' Attorney and Tniatee of the Jury old aa he la. Fund In Louiaville, have blackmailed the Jamk T. Caksox, repreaentallTe of gamblera ol that city, thereby enriching A. K. McCown A Co., Iniorler, 1'liilaJel-phl- a, theranelvea at the expenae of the State. haa hla aamplea apread out In Kph. Surely the lawa need changing when offiOwsley' new lore-rooand they nearly cial can take advantage of it and uae it Oil the eatabllahment. The aamplea atone not a a preventive of crime, but to extort at wholeaalo pricea are valued at over money for their own pocket. $700. Jim ia u worthy boy, and we are glad to know that lie ia with audi a aolid Divorce. Five anil for divorce Lave house. already been brought for Circuit Court. Senator IUid't Ht.AlK jmld hi All are wlntnand in each caae the woman to hla good friend, the Intkiiioii aeeka Folto be freed a ri'nniA) miirimonii. Tuesday morning and jrafo It a Journal, lowing are the namci of the partiea and good many point aWit legislation, that the reaaon aralgnetl for the action?: Mra. it la impoible to get from the printed II. Ii. Sieger va. V. M. Sieger, abandonI reorU. He it fully pjiteil on all that ment for over five year; Sarah Mullin going on, and In a proved himrelf a moat va. John Mullina, Inhuman treatment; valuable member. In rraponae to our Mary v. Lewi Hall, drunkenne, cruelty, aa to the probable time when the Ac; Paulina va. I'nocli Upthegrove, abanbody would pitch ita tenia and steal away donment and failure to provide, and Clara from Frankfort, he raid that the imKrtant C. va. Jaa. F. Kogera, drunkenneaa, abanbualne yet undone ought to be completed donment and failure to provide. by April 10th, but he did nut believe an U. S. Maiujiiau Col. J. K. Faulkner, of adjournment would be had earlier than May. Iuculer, waa here Tueaday, and on be- ini; qurationcd aa to hi proapect for the LOCAL HAlTERS. U. S. Manhalahip, aald that he had Irish 1'oTATOwat McAlistcr A Ilright'a two interview with the Preaident while he $ltMer buahel. wa In Washington, but the moat he could Tin: amallrr Rirla of the College elre a get out of him waa that hi datum ahould soiree thla ev enlng. be fully oondeied before an appointment New York Kaiily Honk, lltirbarik and waa made, lie further aaid that Arthur that call Ireita the army of oflice-aecker- a Hooaler I'olatoea at V. II. Higglna'. on him with a dignified ouurleay that la HKm-mor- e Jamhs DUDiir.itAH aold to W. H. moat cnnanllng, but never goea ao far a to a vacant lot adjoining the St. Aaaph, make a direct promixe to anybody. "It 10.3.1 for $1-- 5. cannot ,be aild about hi adiu!nltration On I mi to the toarcily and high price of that there i a power behind the throne Iwef, I am compelled In aell the best round greater than the throne Itelf," thu Col, and aurloln ateak at l'Jl cenla. J.T. Kar- conllnued,"for Arthur i Pieiident in every ri.. ren of the word." Tiir Itlnk will oen promptly nl 7 and fiiU'i'iTCoi'KT will begin here on the ctoaeat 10 to night. 20th, and to day I the laat for filing anil to be heard during the term. The docket, 1'aiitim needing corn can be aupplled we are told, will be amallrr than for year. at Lincoln Mill at any time with any Ilr.MKMnKn we are headquarter for from a btiahel to 100 lurrela, from amount Flour, Meal and family aupplle of all fl to $123 per barrel. kind. Ileal straight Flour St 26; Patent, Wk can't wall on thoae who are Indebt- $1.60; alralght family, $1.00. McAllater ed to u a any longer, and intend putting A Ilright. In the. Iianda of an officer their account National Hank at If not aettled Immediately. II. Mattlngly A Somerset show that Institution to bo in a Bon. most flourishing condition. The capital Dirtc Hiiank, the little nrgro cripple, tock ia hut $60,000, while the surplus broke Into Mr. Harrla' marketdiouae, Frifund I $31,000 and the Individual deposit day night, and atole $1 or $5 In money. $181,110 89 Our friends, the (llbsona, He waa put in jail and will be tried thia know how In handle money to the beat admorning. vantage. A I.I, ilny Wedneaday, and till noon MARRIAGES. the rain fell in torrent, canning A Missouri paper of recent date tell thealrcani to get on nearly ahlga tear aa More. The Hanging Fork waa nearly uf the mirrlage of Mis Mattie McAllater, at high aa before when we croratd It yea- at Converse, to Mr. John Moran. Mis Matlle it a native of thi county where ahe tenlay. is well known for her great ixraonal lieau-l- y IkIIot. Kiln Webb, of thi oounly, and amiability of character. haa lieen lodged in the Lebanon jait on RELIGIOUS. two bench warrant charging liim with, the one for robbery, the other for ileallng Ilev. Walter Lickey, a colored divine a borne and buggy. Jfe had not been able of thi place, haa accepted n call to preach to give the $1,000 bail at laat account. for the Somerset (colored) Iliptiat Church. The first colored mm ever admitted llnicic Mr. J. W. Itufler, one of the beat brick maker in the country, leavea tothcmlnUlry of the Protestant Kplico-pa- l church in South Carolina, ha just for other fiebla. He haa made during the laat four year in Stanford and been ordained at Charleston. The Iljptlsl Publication Sociily vicinity, about 3.200,000 brick. He doe good work and ia a reliable hardworking 100 missionaries, scattered through man. J i Stales and Terrlloriea of the Union, and Tin: Stanford correxpomlent of the Dan- aa the fiscal yer of the society close at ville Advocate no doubt feci that he haa the.end of thla month It call for increased gotten even with the lllg 16. Well, honor contribution for I'. work of church and are caay- - There were ten voter in the Sunday school extension. After more than a year, we had the troiiie. Kverybody will admit that the ahow pleasure of seeing He- -. George O. Ihrnea, wa aa Kpular aa one of the defeated candidate!. We might aay more, but w have Mis Marie and the rest of the troupe Kvangeliijue, at (ioresburg, yeatenlay, aa to pay for thi. Ilig 16. they were changing cara for Pari. They Out IIonfk. While plowing up the od were looking well and happy over the In n field near town, on Wedneaday, Mr. grand triumph of their meeting at Howling C C Mollohert ran into a box, about Oreen, for Ih e glorious re ull of which three feet long, which, upon elimination aee P. 8. lo Mr. Ilarnea' letter elsewhere, wa found to contain a lot of human bone, LAND. STOCK AND CROP. of the bottle, Ac. From the tlghtne noil uver it, it ia aupjioaed that the box had Oood While Seed Corn for aale. been there for year, and that It wa the Held. St. by Dr. remnant of a "aubject" directed Will Hail bought of Jno. O. Lynn, a Jack Craig, young horse for $125. m ?, -i. For-cit- Illinois ha l!,G7ClO0O am in winter wheat,whlch la 276,000 less than lait year. The average condition ia 4 per cent, better than last season. A farmer of experience in wool growing say that there la more money in growing wool at twenty cent per pound than in loaning money at ten Jer cent, Live Slock Journal. A atock oumpiny ia being formed to put up an ice machine at ltichmond,..t.. 600 cattle of 700 to 1,200 Ibi. weight aold Court day at 3 to 5 cent Oxen brought $90 to $116 yoke, and broke mules $110 to $176 -- Herald. Paris Court. 100 to 600 cattle on the market, mostly inferior, which sold at pricea ranging from $3 to $6 26. There were 60 or CO head of mules, which aold at $100 lo $170; demand active. Horse aold well; common, $100 to $120. The new deeds recorded aince laat week, arc O. C. Hothwell, of Missouri, to Geo. W. Hide, 45 acres of land near for $1,000, and 10 acre of land near Crab Orchard, aold by II. J. Deboard to Hunley Singleton, for $100. Cincinnati. Cattle continue in de mand, common at $2 60 to $3.25; good to extra butcher grade, $5 to $G; good to lies! ahipiiera, $5 60 to $0.23; common lo choice oxen, $275 lo S5.60; feeding steers. $160 lo $5 2'i; Mocker. $3.50 lo $4 25 Hog have declined and are now ipioled at $075 to $7 fur best butchers and heavy slilpiKTs, fair In good light, $0 30 lo $070; common, $5 2 lo $0. Sheen io also lower, common lo fair 3 to 6 cenla er lb pr pleasure, money, ambition, or aught that ! earth can furnish, and only finding ita real in that GOD, In whose image we have been made, and who Is the only abiding portion of Ihe soul. "God manifest in the I flesh" the Scriptural definition of I with her sister, Mr. P. F,. Parrish, near JKSU8. Having HIM I have my GOD ! ! P.lder Jasper Livingston back again. Thi la aweet philosophy of Ilryantaville. ha nnother new Camphelllte at hi house, "Come to ME and I will give you rest." ! a handsome girl. Dear reader of these line, receive HIM We must apeak a good wonl for our nose ! band, which I one of the best In the State. Laat Sunday the rain poured in torrent Their principal instrument are (lutes, gui- nearly all day, bul excursion trains from .A.T tar and violin, and they make music Glasgow and Franklin poured their living equal In an Italian band, at least we freight Into awell the congregation that thought it the aweeteat music we ever aasembled in Oil eon Hall. A blessed harheard when we were recalled from dream- vest In spite of the "prince of Ihe power of Ihe .air," a well as Joyful reunion wtth land the other night by heavenly strains. We were pleased to meet thla week many dear friends of former years. The t, trains left after the night service. our handaome friend Dr. Andrew He I have just returned from visiting the of the Louiaville Hospital. JiiMt received mill will keep constantly oh hhhI fresh tell ii that at the expiration of hi time LOKD'S patients, scattered around town. line or flic cliolrcstf at the Hospital, which will lie April 1st, I have as much of that kind ol work as I he will go lo Hopklnsvllle lo practice hi cun attend lo comfortably, I ask the I)r. Sargeant I certainly a dear LOHD not to let any more apply than profession. young physician ol fine promise, intelli- HE sees I can visit, and ao, can keep gent, a (Table, ami possessing all the qualifi- abreast nf all calls within easy reach. So cations of n perfect gentleman. He will be It waa in Louisville, also, and I could by a star In hi profession wherever hi) lot comfortable diligence, without being at all rushed, meet every call, until the lsat day may be cast. May hi future year, a brought a heap of reuueali that I had to AH off which llicy-- lll have hi past, be crowned with auccea. Ignore entirely. They were those who wake un after the "11th hour," as many, Hustonrille. many will do in the greater matter of the Ilrlng your carriage to Mataon for re- soul. O the pity I We shall probably pairing and trimming. Your house need leave Thursday morning, and if connec- They are hIho hrciiIm for Uic Kale of MnUliiRly'H Riincrlor tion are made, begin in Pari that night. a coat of paint; he can put It on. Woolen CIooiIh mill YariiH. Junction. J. M. Cook call earnestly and urgent- Our route will be via Danvilledear friends The LOHD bless all the ly on all indebted to him to come forward who read Iheae loving line of greeting and make immediate payment. Hi buil-nc- from ua. The flying messages, en route to Ihe "Golden Cily," are very precious outabsolutely require the money. Don't forget the aupper to be apread let to the heart. Ever in Jeaua. Geo.O. Barne. by the ladle of the college for the benefit ITST A.Xi of the Christian Church on Hie evening of On the Cars, March 9, 1882. The Bowling Green meeting closed laat Kink skaters, oil your the 10th inst. night a little before 11 o'clock, with three . bearing for prite. hearty "PKAISE THE LOKD'S" from Mr. Jennings, of the toll gate above the entire congregation, that well nigh PERFUMERY AND FANCY TOILET ARTICLES, town whose brain ha been seriously afhook the building, and I am sure was fected for several week, ia drawing rapidly heard In heaven. 110 confession for the anointed for healing near hla end Mr. 8. T. Caipenter has soul and 31 crowning service of one at this Books & of the closing and been very ill, bul h reported by Dr. Brown most delightful meetings we have ever WINDOW GLASS AND PUTTY, aa improving. been permitted to hold. 777 for soul and -- We have heard of the death of Wilt 421 for body, is the grand and glorious toLiquors for Medical Purposes. Prescrip Wines Morrison, which occurred suddenly on the tal. Blessed three sevens. Ever In Jesus. largo tions accurately compounded. Wo havo also Geo O. Barnes. lat Inst., at hi home at Ileimont, Ky. Mr. wo!l soloctod stock Watches which Elkanah Bush. Morrison wa formerly a citizen here and wo proposo to sell city prices. Watches less Died. March 2. 182. near Peabody. Kan. widely known, being related to many of as, of typhoid pneumonii, Mr. Elkanah Ropairod the best familie in the county. me ioiii year oi m age. uc Tuesday wa county court day for the uusn, in and raised in Clark county, Ky., waa born Weat Knd, Judge Peyton on the bench. but married and lived in this county some believer Sherifl Dan Miller wa at i post, but yesrs, and wa for over 30 year R. E. B. courteously gave way to Messra. Menefee in Jesus. and Carpenter, of Stanford, In re Yowell KK1T ADTCRTISEIFXTS. v. Lucas, judgment for $19.60 and coal w rendered in favor of plaintiff. Damage This New Mill, conlnliiliiR the latent unci Ultr HI. .Uklbe I.A.V ittl an AP Messrs. Cecil and coat aggregating $29 teen t the film of J SiDrtDttcrf. Therein Tin linn f util umM -: vse ami and Woods, the two venerable boy who "fit" last week confessed judgment and MABTEBBON PEYTON, AT ATTOUNEY raaxr X.AW, For mniitifucttiriiij; meal anil Hour, Ih now lu full operation. paid some $3 each inclusive ol coat. axD Exmixsa roa coohtt, The correspondent of the Adrocate at j', We will grlml Tor customer, for tlio prcscut, on Tuesday, LIBERTY, KY. thia point make a judicious luggealion to Will nrietltt In all the Courts of Caier and ad Tliurmlay, Friday and Saturday of each week, ami on Appeals. Ihe Court counties, and the Legislature with reference to the grave joining attention given In coiieciiona. olumn over Court-Day- a Wc solicit a liberal share anil nil other public to Hpeelsl Shelby. If any apot in Kentucky It. T. Pierce's atoie. of Gov. or patronage and uill endeavor to entire satisfaction. deserves to be historic if any eepulclier ! within the limit of the State posseaies an interest for the people of the whole ComAlways on hand and for sale. Highest cash price paid Tor Corn. I will pay &500 for Ihe apprehension and conrlc-tlo- n monwealth if any memorial can silently Wheat, Vc. Orders left at Mill promptly attended to. of tixs person or persons who murdered testify of the periloua time when enter. brother, John Sbanis, on the nljht of February K and II, IMS, Bear Crab Orchard, priaing spirit and fearleM heart NAKAII 1. WELtS. stalwart arm wrested from savage beast savage men our goodly heritage, and and Important to those Concerned. made the wildernea to bloom In cultivated beauty, it ia the tomb of Governor All persona Indebted to the eststa ol John Shanks, account, will pleas by Isaac Shelby. Let Kentucky aee to it then deed., oncenotoor seitla. Otherwise, suitcall upon will be and meat that the resting place of it proud old chief brought to the Srit Court. All persona hsvlnz clalma against lbs estst of John tihsnka, dee'd, be appropriately adorned and effectively arc requested lo present them to the Adm'rat In order that our frlenda and ralronamsy bare an opportunity of displaying their Ingenuity, we once, props rljr vended nod proreu. oiler the following prlxea for the first correct aolutlon ol this rebus i To Brat lady, a pair of "GEO. protected. W. U. WI'.I.CII, Adin'r. IIOCKEll'S" UUTTOK SHOES, 13, To first gentlemen, palrof "QEO. UOCKER'S" Button Shoes, 13. Dr Lewi, of whom we spoke laat week, ha rented the house and lot of Mra. Sarah Well, on Lancaster street, and will remove thereto In a short time, Dr. C. 0. Graham la here again looking remarkably well. Mia Kettle Doore WALL PAPEE WALL PAPER!! WALL PAPER BEAUTIFUL STOCK ! Cheaper Than Eveii Before McRoberts & Stagg's. IIhto a Sear-gen- 8Afcte&liigIiil Groceries,Confectioneries, rr FAMILY Soil .at tho Ycry Lowest Possible Margin. T.rivr i Jfif Alfate S DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, Stationery.Paints.Oils, Varnishes, Dye Stuffs and a of and Jewelry, at than and Warranted. Furo and Jewelry and Jjil)wjiiilH WkMSMStim .1 A MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY AVcd-iicsria- $500 REWARD Flour, aj . 22-- Meal, Corn, Bran, ShipstulT, &c.3 HOIST. McAIilSTIalt. day. rItc MONEY FOR YOU ! sjB I0-- 2t "PRAISE THE LORD." A WMJC or two ago the Danville AJco lo cate contained a gentle but timely rebuke to the merchiiiUof the town forgiving their forever. job work to a drummer for cily printing at leaat Tin account of my father, II. II Wear-e- houae without would giving it a chance do it for The name are in my hand, and thoae Indeb'ed to nay what it are earnestly reijueelaJ to call on me and drummer haa been litre and alrange to aay, got a job or two although we promUe to aettle. M. C. Wearen. , duplicate any pricea, except on apeclaltiea, Mlt. J.T. Hauiim again assumes charge audi a druggiit' prescription, ami guar y of the Commercial Hotel, Mr. (Irian antee a good, If not better work. One of retiring. The latter will go at once the merchant pleaded with by the drumto a fine farm in Fayette county. mer, look down hli pricea and coming to Oou attentive corrrapondent at Mo nil ua, id, "I want a number of job done cello, Dr. J. II. H. Friable, ia announced n and if you can do it any where near Iheae a candidate for County Clerk of Wayne. figure, I want you to have it." We figurThe present incumbent Mr. J. N. Bhep-per- ed It out at our regular price and found that we could not only uve hiui cxpre, ia alio a candidate. but about 60 centa bealdea. The merpriTiiekk were 098 vote caul in the chant name ia Henry C. Ilright, and he i mary election of Saturday against 000 In a uhitt man, all uver. Alway get our the laal one before it a gain of Hi!, job work and we'll guarantee you the order aa to who ahould except you are will not tend it vote, waa atrictei than ever before. of that atuptd clara, who think that a f,W are indebted to the ladiri of the city job, even though half done i better Christian Church for a "iirtaaliig" Invila-liothan one done in a country town. to attend their nipper In the College C'OT IN TWO. Wednoiday, LlTKKALLY Therm building at Huatonville, about 2 I'. M , while Cipt. Gray' and F.n- ladie never do any thing in a half-wagiueer Soden' freight train wa leaving manner, and we will guarantee that every (in in Sulphur, Charley A. Hulolilnaon, a one who attend will more than get hla 60 young man ot 20, aon of Mr. Bailie Hutch-iuaoof good thing. cent worth of thla (dace, waa thrown from the CitAiiOitoiiAitu Hi'iiiNtia Foit Sai.k. brake he waa trying to take olf and falling Col. W. 0. Welch, Truitee, advertise the between the car to the track, was horribly aale of Crab Orchard Spring, to occur on mangled by aeveralVar piaaing over him. the 30th of thi month. It I one of the The wheel paaaed over Ida walit, and with meat noted and decidedly one of the moat the exception of the akin that held togethfaahlomble and attractive watering place er in Kereral place, he wa cut literally iu Kentucky, and ought to aell well. The In two; beside the lleih waa torn from aale will be made a aure a there i a one arm, the other lacerated and hla face Udder, and we would adviae partle look- diaflgured. It U not known exactly how ing for an inveatment to examine the prop- the accident occurred, aa he waa not aeen erty at once. till under the wheel. Hi mangled body Mqhe lixpuoiT. In order that all may waa put In the cabooo and brought to hi la nearly frantic In have a fair opportunity to aolve our rebua weeping mother, who (in thi paper), we allow the awirdlng to her grief. Young Hutchinson waa a warm boy, and wa remain open until March 23.1. Meanwhllo hearted, aleady and capable one of the main atay of a widowed mothall aolutlon aent in are numbered and er and several email alitor, which make filed. The firat peraon with a correct In the event hi untimely and terrible death the more ia entitled to the priie. HI funeral will be preached all are wrong we ahall give it to the near-e- lamentable. by He v. J, M, We will publiali the auccea. at hi mother' residence correct. War- liruie, at 830 thi inanilng after which ful conteatanl in thla paper, llrucc, will be taken to Danville Cemren A Co , Double Clothing and Orocery the remains etery for Interuieut, . Houc. n, Nun-nellen y , , old Craig Houae, until rcceullr by Dr. Peyton, I being raied the ground another eye aor about to Tub Ilowi.lNd Green, March 7, 1882. , li.ar Interior: Writing my last on a new style of paper, lacking the usual heading, I can not tellyuii how painfully the want of it struck me, as I opened the Interior of Marc!i 3 I felt a if my letter were aalb Iol' sjiihuut color "nailed to the matt of yore. If by any chance it head," LINCOLN COUNTT. should be omitted in future communici-tiun- s, Highland. please supply the deficiency, in G. W. Young, C. I C, sold one bay printlng.lor truly, 'PKAISE THE LOUD' marc lo J. M. Itice, for $20 a few day go i my sheet anchor, and I drift helplessly The election at this place passed ofi without il. very ipiletly, but we are sorry to say there Yesterday aflernonn' services closed were three or four persona dog drunk. the 2nd week in Howling Green, with our Wiu. and W. 11. Young, and George advanced wage paid in full. Two hunCrawford, of College Hill, atari dred a week, was ''heat wage" in the with their families to McPlieraon county, mountain. The dear LOHD ha been We Impu they will be satisfied in pleased lo raise to 250, at iea-Kansaa for which their new home Pro'. It V. Spencer' we praie HIM tyond the power of pen writing and slngim; school ia progressing or language to express. The lotal of Confinely. He will give a concert on Saturfession for the two week in Howling day night. LOreen i 603; for anointing and healing, Engleman's Mill. 200. List night the firat service ol the Tliu sick in tlii vicinity ure nil on third week there were 27 f r the soul and foot again. wriweek gave 1 1 for tho body making the total to The few warm day why a little touch ting, 530 for aoul and 280 for body the fanners iIohii thia the corn phnling fever, but they had bet- PKAISE THE LOHD I cannot tell you how glorious the victory for Jeua ha ter go alow, March ia rather uncertain. John lleazley, our neighbor of color, been. The numerical information but just acroaa the line, waa indicted In the meagerly tell but the power of the dear we are to have a Hoyle Circuit Court for felling whisky LOP.D'S work. meeting for men only. The drawback herd without license, and had to dance to tho haa been the lack of room for the crowd tune of $10. Ilright have that nightly throng from every quarter to The checker player at meetiiiga. The Baptist church suspended 0eratioii for a while, and attend the In town seating about have all gone in work In earneal, trying to lathe largest one GOO, if pressed to ita utmost capacity, with get the prite offered by llrucc, Warren A atanding room for perhaps 100 more. The Co , for making a solution of the Hebu. fill the room, aud at We had the ptaisure of seeing the afternoon audiences night thejaui Is indescribable. And yet Ilig 15 Saturday night, and a quieter ahow in discjiufort or stand iu You could have heard they pitlently ait we never attended. for 2) and 3 hours to hear the wa wearine a pin drop whilst the performance gospel. O these hungry aoulsl How it going on. There waa not even a smile In aches the heart to think the harvest is so the audience. great and the laborer are ao few. For llurdett & Co.' aaw mill uiended people will come to hear the gospel. These operations for a few day, and during the men and women are not brought together absence of the hand vome hungry thief thui by curiosity. That soon wear out. atole allot their meat, meal, flour Ao, Nor the "magnetism" of the preacher. and would have itolen the mill if they Nor for any other reason, great or Huh could have eaten it. mall, except the immorlal want oft lie It teem that our long horse kinder human aoul that find their only supply iu got left, but one consolation we have, he ha lost Its God by a nicer gen- JESUS. Poor roull It couldn't have beer beaten by Bin, and moans and wrings it bands, tleman than Tom Newland. Thia end of like a child, bereft of Its mother, until it the county ia aolid for him. The talked gets back that lost God whom It hast lost. of independent candidate will have a The 'aching void" is loo vast lo be filled poor ahow down thi way. by any thing of earth. The ocean's bed, Crab Orchard. once emptied, may not be replenished with And still It rain I a quart cup of water. Hut when JESUS Ilalley Collin, a section hand, fell is received, reit comes with HIM, for HE from a hand car laat week and the car Is GOD. atd God alone can satisfy. O over him breaking his leg below the that men knew what they wanted I Or Iiaased whom I bey want. O that they Little Walter, it aon 'of W. K. lluch- - rather would understand that the restless tor Henry Pettu anan, hit pneumonia. ment theyaufler.il the torment of their till confined to hi bed with malarial greatness. The aoul loo great to rest in t, Abdullah Messenger! Raj Stallion, rlshthlnd loot and near front foot while; I5JJ hand- - hllij loalrd la 1878; bred lr Chas. I'tinn, Bis furd. Lincoln Co., Kr. Hired lT MnweniPT Chief, tho sir of Marvel, st 4 rears record 2.VS; Maud M ueniter, C . W gall at a rears; Matll McD. 2 20 old; a lean: Abrl AMallali.2: 'OksII at 4 Tears: nit rears old, and other "Fox ooT$JSroi:s' good ones 1st dam br eeulloel, record 2.2V? J, and the aire of Vim A mini, record 2:22, recently bought e, W Kllaou for IIU.OOO; bv Couiniil,ir N Younsr inntliiel, 2:2(1; T. A , 2:26K; Mlniu.n.2 27JJ; t'siwul. 2.28'4, Vlsaudierr. (Iran I rrriilnel. 2:2Jj; Kentliirl, (I'ate's) 2:au. bentlnel la full brother lo Voluntes-r- , thai stands t lino lliew.son; and U lha aire of bt. Julian, ros nl.ill1,, and ol 20 bihe a with r eorda of 2"tu or 11 ler Abdallali, Ihe sir of 2d dsiu br 2.H; Itotallnd, . II' Ooldiuillll Maid, Thorodale. 2 W,: Malor Kdsall, 2.2y; Sl Kliuv, 2:J0. Alcxai.ilir' Abdallah br ItjrJjk's lluiu. bletoulan, the gran sir nf Maud M record 2.1oll and the sir nl lexler.2 11,, Nettle, 2:18; Oram: tilrl,2.2'i; (iaa lie. 2:11; Jay (lould, 2.2IJJ, aud 3D others wlih recird of2:SO or beller. 3d dam by Urd Jacket, he by lomel, and lis by Ked Jacket's 'am waa aired by bhcruiaii Morgan. a hall brother lo HUck Hawk. daru an extra road mare, brought from the 4lh Nor' h by W. I. Vance, Meror rouuty, Ky., and said to be of Messenger blood. Missenger Chlel was aired by Andal'ali IMInl. Ihe aire ol Heard, 231k' lledJIiu, ) ear-ol- d record of 2.3U, trial In 2.2 lat dam by Maiubilni. Miuengir, Ihe graMl air of recoil's Thomas, rreord2:2l, ami tliellre ofl.e-w- ! 2d dsin by Manlrliio Chief, Ibeslieol Ijtdy Thome, record 2. 18!,; Woodford MsiiiI,iIiio,2.2I'.; Maiubrln.) III..I, 2.27; liaikmai, 2:27,'; Mauibri. no htar, 2:28),; Isy llmry, 2:24; ilrlgoolls, Imp Napoleon, kuowu as the fox 3rd dsiu bunting horaoof Kuglaud !! II. !, .s iV W iB Elr -- wrsw"" ABI Rf Sib dam by Tlg-- r Whip; Clh dsui by llaroabi's Uioiuede, 7lh dam by Canuou1 Whip; 8th daui br f hip's faragou. A Wallah Tllot was sired by Alexander's A Ik a. Ish. lat dam lll.iidlna br Maiubrno i btef. 2nd dam Ihe lllrth uaie, by Parker's lirowu !'! lot, (dun if ltoaallnd, 2 2lfi). Maiubrlnn Messenger waa sired by Menibrino 1'ntiniiater, theatre ol MauibrluoChlsf. Daui ky Vau l.an.sller's Clray Mraseeger- - II Is liairbroihor lodiliah and Iota, and uisny ol ll.e (list Hollers. Iula was irgarded Iu her day ssonvnl the btat trolllog Msuibrinu I'ayuiKsirr waa aired by old Maiubri no, aud he by Imp Mes'engar. lllidiui by Tempest: ga n w53sH v jrZJffff EVERY PAIR HOOTS AMD SHOES WA Hit ANTED Hy jvsjycvo eo.KvfM.vir.crt -- lilfl 1MM . SSB9R fc CO. uuuiw r 1I74 Hl I BRUOi:, WARREN National ad MESSIttUKlf PMNCK! -- n,T ; tccofsiiaf lo Act ol Cofff tc.t. U th isinq Co.,UU u U1L4 vi by S3 y te'JPoBfigfi llay Stallion, no white; foaled In 1876: bled by Chas, Iiunii.8ianfrd. Uocolu county, Ky, Hired by Mesaeuger Chief. long lelt tkl We hire established what the people, snd especially thos Irom Ih country, bar 1st darn by Alcalde, air of Uf las, record, 2.21),; Enigma, 2:.o; Ka cy Day, 2.30. need ol, ill a place wbera they can bring all kinds of Country I'rodue and get any kind of utrcban 2d dam by t'urelguer; front to the Grocery Department of our Double dls In eachang. Wa are Just completing tk n 3rd dam. Hose Mary, by Imp. Sotertlgn; Store, and now icsdy to talk business to all who may call. Our stock of 4th daui by Imp. Leslstbau; Bin dam Juliet by Kostluxo; th daui lilsnk by blr Arcliy; 71b daui by Imp. fsyihe, by blr l'eter Tesle; 81h daui by Uabby ttordeauxi Shall at all I hues be Irosli and full, aud pricea to satisfy tbsdoaest buyer In lbs market. The tin daw bperausu, own slater to b'allruui, by Eclipse. 10th daw by Virago, by Suap; Department has already cowuieocsd ottulug New Spring (iouds, and, aa usual, making lev pricea Ih Ilia daw by lilack and all liiack by Crab; 12th daw Mlaa bluioerkln, by young True Ulue; Inducement. W eballeng tb world on our ' t, 131b daw by Uird Oxford, Dun Arabian; . d lloyal 14th daw by Dr. Artbj's you can Had aa iuean'or'aa ware; Block. W bsTstbein to retail at from Wc to I7.BU, aud wlthto this lliult Foreigner waa sired by J tun. Uleuoe, see w prtd ourstltcs lu Ih cllrtsno5i!tOii. good aa anywhere In k'eutucky. Aa abuse, you Ills daui, Corrlua, was a ao race mar st all , . distance. Fur ber performance see Turf Hcglster. llocker't" Ladles' and Ucntlemeu's was aired br Msiubrloo Chlel, Alcsde , 1st daw by Pilot, J r , the sir of John Morgan, pair, If, by liult of Ihe goods, they pros Tackey. record, 2,21; Met Tempi. AudaanldeuceofouconOJeuclntbm,wglauw ' Tattler, 2.2; Queen or lis West, 2.241,: Ueueral wortbleu. W claim the Sherman, 2.28i; and lb grand sir ol Maud H., record 2:10k; Mambrluu lilft, t'20: Voltaire, 2:21' Scotland. 2.m; Uylas, 2:2I,; billy llusklns, any market, which completes a most elegant Ma ofdeut'a Furmshlug (loods, eom rising Nack OUR NEW ARRANGEMENT. GROCERIES CLOTHING HAT 2.J, BOOTS AND SHOES, BEST SHIRT 1 2.26'i; lilack rilot.2.JO, 3d daw by Blackluru's Whip. Tnaaboit home will uiaks the season of IStl at tlu, lluuu'e, 2k, uilsa from btantord, on 'Itush Ursttch 11k, on aull frow Slaulord and Lancaster pike, aud a uillea frow Stanford and taulll pit. AbdllskMeMigrsls,2U to In. l'rluce at IIS lu surtawartlu loal. Mssaeuger due aa soon aa tus lusur a war in uial. Money fact Is ascertained, Address lu Wear in all tbe bprlng shape, and colors. AV1X.L.II3 Slaulord, Llncolu couuty, ky, . UUNN, la onotber speclslty worthy of eouslderatlon. This satenslr DouU Blor arrangement la th result ol eurn.w principle of I.O W I'KlCUiama HOM.ST UOOWS. WaUillfswr trl.nd U1.1I1 our stor their headiuarlers. W has chairs, wrlllo desks and material. Cow, transact tusluesa Youra tery truly, aud feel at burnt, w belber jou want goods or not. TRUNKS AND VALISES UIUJCi:, WAK1CK1V A CO. c sr jmtmuGmmmt- - f ji, ST A JSTFOieX), 'ICTT. Fri'day Morning;, - - March 10, 1882 Story f t Sho waa a hamlaomo and wealthy youtig widow, and had hut just lost her husband. Full of grief over tho loss of her beloved ono, sho sought a dealer in monuments, a friend of her , ' Monument. dear departed. Seeing tho sympathetic face of her husband's friend, tho tears burst afresh irora her eyes as sho greeted him, sobbing: "You havo heard it, then; Georgo is gone." Yes, ho had heard of it. IJJAnd now," said she, "I want to get a monument, Iho finest and mo9t imposing monument that you can makcjl don't caro lor th6 ex peine. You'have them costing ten thousand dollars, havo you not?" sho ventured. Oh, yes, ho could build a splendid monument for that. Ho would pro- pare a design and submit it to her, You will havo it ready soon, will you not?" sho pleaded. "This evening?" Prortd Untrue, Whllo tho prisoners in tho Austin jail wcro out in tho yard n fow days ngo, two'of them whrrtv'oro under sen tence to tho penitentiary, wcro heard comparing notes about as follows: "I don't boliovo in proverbs," said prisoucr No.l; "it is believing in proverbs that brings mo hero." "How so?" said No. 2. "Well, you see, when I was a boy, I often seen folks pick tip pins, nnd when I asked them why they did it tlioy said: "If youtreaplnand Miliar. Cases in Whieh Prorerhs You will hare, l.a.l luck ill the day." ! IM M I J eJNo, not this ovcniDg," ho replied, High Roputntion, TO KX1.CUTF. AMI) but ho would hurry it up as fast as i.AWvr.iwitniEm, CATA UK) U KS, CI KCU IM IU. Its Proprietor is Determined that possible and bring it to her residence. I'IKMinAMMtM, PlWTKIW, NOTfat. it Shall bo Second to no Country STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, , And so it was settled, and she went CAI1P3. TAtJM, ENVEMJI'ia, Hotel in the State in its Fare, LCTTF.lt 1IKAK8.NOTK UKAIM, IlILUIIEAlNI, ni:roT ht staniouh, kv , grateful for tho ready symAppointments, or Attenawayjvery MTATKMKNTrt, KhCKIITrS, HUWlJINAH, tion to Comfort of pathy, and' anxiously expectant for WITNKXHCF.UTmCATKH.BO.NWl, 8, 0.WIKE, their Quests. A.ECJr WKDIUKU INVITATION. the design. -m uauii:FUNEItALNOTICEH, litigant "III lie rnif r Tfd to ml from th diot Tiicn the monument man got out pff!il arrnmmthlatloaa to frf orrhartt. -E- Ta.ETCL,-. Mnnumrnla, toCominrrrialTrairlrr.. Th liar will La nnold design and had it transferred to r..l ono, ala; aaniillcil with tfca raolr.it TaliUti, .te. braaJior l.laaonaail (licari.. Xm a clean picco of paper and in fifteen li 1,1. Woilc CHEAPER THAN ELSEWHERE! airallrat Mvrrr I attarpr-4ol all aliula minutes was ready for tho widow, but weakness " nratlr airru-trand IV. I W ALTON, of courso it wouldn't do to show up nangjiters, Wives, Motliers! "Them horseshoes you went off with Proprl.ur, T. K. WALTOM, two. The long days were fastened for a week or on to another fellow's Manager. dragged out their weary length finally, horse, weren't they?" queried No. 1. on allra-lluBeautiful Spring. ami tho raarblo man, assuming an ap Dying With His Charge. "Jess so." It is hero already, before there lias A gentleman just returned from countenance, funeral propriately "When I get out I'm not going to xVgoncy. KENTUCKY'S ROUTE been any winter to speak of, and it Canada tells tho followin SbUI A widow and submitted sought out the 41. tamper with any more proverbs," reEAST AND SOUTH-EAScamo in with n bluster nud drizzle day or so ago tho engineer of a train his work. Ho found her somewhat marked No. 2. Hating .ii.nr.1 a Iurrhalng Agency In Untile. "II. Kr lain prrparrd ljr nijr eiirlrnrand moro'reconciled to her loss ahd a littlo suggesting that now, at least, there is near Montreal saw n largo dog on the conimllon with Hi. Iredlng houve ol the city "Me neither," responded No. 1.; tu bo .no soft .uonsnso . about the track, barking furiously. Tho enginChesapeake & Ohio R.R., To imrt'liiiho Ilr'KS (JhoiIh, inclined, to be critical,, but on the "Fall in boys," says the jailer and weather. As tho poets say so, Spring eer whistled, but tho dog paid no atwjth her dewhole she was pleased lor ror palrooe. on ll iut adranlagroua ternii they went back to their cosy retreats oLT is beautiful, of course, but no one tention to the noise, nnd refused to stir. sign. DRESSES MADE TO ORDER on tho insido of tho jail. Texas Py tb. met KmIiIooiU. l)r.lalrra. All or- would imagine it from tho majority of Tho doi; was run over and killed. The . "But," nhq said, "I havo been talk-M- r jdrrawlll rrcHra rarrlul and prompt alt.ntlon. Dhrcl Itoiilc nllliont Clmiige of Cars .... ... Uoiuinlailen, 5 .r rrnl. Partlndcalrlng .l- tho weather that drops upon' us or en- engineer observed that tho animal lUgyvLToiuo luuviur nun iuv shut, or Inforuiaiioo alMwal a.n-- l mtag. B. MARCHISI, DR. Sale of the Natural Bridge of Virginia. JIISH M. I.IMJA.V. nnd'he thinks five thousand dollars counters us unexpectedly at corners crouched cloio to tho ground as ho was aKiwkKif roimi in UTICA.N.Y.. IM Wnl Kt. M., This property has again beon sold until !U(ri.n. -- Ilcr Kn llrlm. iMihttllr. Ky., I'.rmlllsn, about ttio middle of May. It is struck by tho cowcatcher. A minuto . SlscorcrcrotSIl.MA.IlCmai'B buy a very nice monument. ought'to Ilr Iiu.II.t 8 lleyneMa, LmiIkIH.; I;. (I jan, this time by tho Alleghany Coal OATHOLICON, nf lltit- fUi, urLuHiit larHiaiiiiri l' I . It.PIta.. Krnliirky end lluntlaglun, MaunUn, Char--. it IV" the season abovo all others in which to later the fireman saw a bit of white UTERINE TOR Couldn't you make one like that for vornwi, I uil.allU "' loliraTille, Klchutood, and th. fborlnt, nlllor iHTtRioaJouaifAL, Hl.nlord, IUr (Iru. O A POSITIVE CURE UMAIE COMPUINTI. and Iron Company to ilr. H. 0. ParQulikcland auoal tiuitoiliU. IWul is IUinca.Kiang.lltt. (WMI catch cold, to wear tho wrong clothing niusliu fluttering on tho locomotive, Thlaremedrwlllaitlnliarroonr wh IImi fifo thousand?" all tioi.a. and aba Immediately for 55,000 cash. This property son, said he, "but I can build luuKlei, aud and to bo caught without an umbrella. nnd stopped tho CDgino. "No, On going npon the abdominal and and elrong condition. I. I.Y.VC'IIIIDIK., DA.NYll.l.K, .XOKKOI.K has had an eventful history. Tho lo a liraltlijr cure (all It is in Spring that tho peach crop back to whero tho dog was killed, it Itoro thrrawomb, Vienna I itboJitoo willInflammaDr. UarcUlrra quite a handsome monument for five first owner ou record was Thomas Jefflng o( tba Lucorrlxrl. C hrcnle usually disappears'. Tin the J gentle was discovered that not only tho dog, tion and Tjkcratkin of tho Woreh, Incidental thousand: - Shall I make a design of STANFORD. KY. erson, and ho made frequent visits to Hemorrhage or Ploodlnf, ralnful. Suipiwl springtime a man goes out for a day's but a little child, had been killed. It and lrrcgnlir MrnatmaUuu, KMnry t'oiuplalnt, one'for that figure?" Ike t lianga vt Ufa. tho place, prizing it highly in one.ot VirRiniu Si North Carolina Fointa. r.ielallr aJapt'd to Theatrical Manager and all ronrernnl aro trout fishing and reaches tho brook was then seen that the dog had been lU la (or pamuhlct tr.t. AM Icttrra o( "Yes, I wish you would, please, Dd that thla handanne new Hall, whlrhala his letters recently discovered placing Addrrie ae Io. an.wremi. pronounced by Judge lo I one of Ih "will como to your office and ex' aud mud standing guard over the child, aud had (r.elfDIt XII. i: II V AI.I.IIUHJRIHT-- . and I just after a shower comes up Pulluam Co it ilka AlTAtliau. 1 .60 , r lt aure and atk (or its value at $30,000, and saying that dies tho wafer so that tho fish will not burked to attract the attention of the Dr amine it in a week or two." '. ' rm. ' tthu icon TekenoGtk.r people would cross tho seas to visit it. Per ll.lrl. l (uilhrr Infuaualton, apli lo w'I-ca- a mako sojuo alterations in rise. Spring is to blamo for the influx Twurmamt ticket offlie, or addiraa W. W. In Hie Stale. L oprn ler mgagrwenle III arrntrr It has been sold repeatedly at $15,-00- 0 of stale, high priced, early vegetables engineer. The faithful animal ha,d lonrm. tin. t,el(htand Paawngf. Ag'l, L- ami olhrrappurtcnanm am new, and the former this plan,( and 'havo it ready very a.1 rvfl' sacrificed his lifo rather than desert Ingun, Ky. vualaia ol to S40.000, at which price it was from the South. It brings in new his charge. Tho child had wandered soou,!Lbo urged. "Indeed, I could 11. tv. i'iii.i.i:h. reported at ono time sold to J. W. Centre Door Fancy Chamber, a For ll.n'J bonnets, generally very ugly, nnd away from tho neighboring house, folbring it around to'morrow just as well 0.'l .Manai.r.Mo l. ,.laniaia. Paa.'r Ag't, Ilu est, Mountain Fats, Kitchen with Garrett, Esq., when the Valloy Rail-milliners' bills that are still less sight- lowed by the dog, aud it is supposed as not." Practical Door and Window, a Horoad was located near it. About a CONDENSED TIME. ly. But with all these miseries Spriug that the child lay down oil the track "Oh, no; I wont troublo you to do rizon, a Street and a Practical year ago it was sold by tho Harraan brings is no particular hurry so. There ono sweetly comforting thought and fell asleep." Now York Suu. Bridge and Mountain Past, to tho purchaser for about 818,-00A about it, and I will call upon you; it's estate there are no such things iu this and by him immediately sold to .A. The Olobc Democrat learn that tho neighborhood" my turn, you know," and she smiled Spring olections. And ronilortal I. Drraalrg lUanua are alio lucludcd. Coal and Iron ComGovernment has accepted a ropo and U.lII.IlO.l I.lXi:. graciously upon him as sho bowed him tho Alleghany alanagcra will lake noilie that "The Cloiy of a Woman is her Hair." for 820,000. The recent pur pany cap tendered by certain genthtuen of out. STILL LEADS WITH THE The Town is in Easy and Closo Access TIUINSOOI.Nd NDItTII. Tho Springfield Jlcpulllcan several St. Louis, for the purpose of hanging I Well, what was a poor monument chase carries the improvements .that rfa Hun. Miani I. limt lly rail or Iijnrlllr, Irbanon, Ijinraator. days ago had a story about a young Guiteau. Mr ''Tho cap, which is of ! maiito do? He could only wait, and were put upon it the last season. Tho y to a in and Nxu.rxi I rrapondent with a . Lie Itlrhuiokd .. .... ea N coraMint'e aollcllKil lanraaur II JO object of the purchaser is to organize, a lady in Chicopeo Falls, Mass., named tho finest material, was made especialhe. did wait, busying himself " Lltlagaton to u LV W. P. WALTON, MnuBR.r. ' Crab nickard. Ida Ferry, who was alleged to havo ly for Guiteau by Gumburt. Tho ka -,., II to y up elatarato and really new company, to bo called the Natural Hlaatord II J p iu " Mlirlbr Lily -1 JO Bridgo Forest Company, to insure hair which would trail half a yard on rope, which is of 1111 bcautiful'desigus. One day he met K'nifll. Junction .. I It. the floor, notwithstanding sho was of inch iu diameter and of tho best " Mll.hl.liiry moro extensive improvements. The J 11 the lady on tho street, dressed in tho " lUnun . ... SU " medium height. I know a charming workmauship, was made by Bob " New lleirn. ,, n t 4 II merest apology for half mourning. property con tains nearly 1,200 acres, 4 Ao Furnaiuial'i Daughcrly A llolmca, Junctlou.HW Arr. ' lady iu this city who honors mo witli Humphreys, having for its special ob " t Indnuatjuuctlu4i.. .. u" He bowed obsequiously and informed a large part of which is originnl for' I Qui. ,111c... ... CUB " It lies in tho great circle of hills her friendship, who has blondo hair as ject tho encircling of Guitcau's neck. Her that the design was finished, est. MaNrnc-iiaaror lifted COO feet abovo tho valley nnd fino ns tho thinnest of spun silk which Bob has made all the ropes that havo andho thought would not fail to be ' AND SELL THE BEST Maaiii , tL Ik a. Cuu. 1,400 feet above the sea. From the measures over two yards iu length. ushered out of existenco all St. Louis' perfectly satisfactory. Fine Carriages, Buggies, !... luUlll. ....... a . . I SO p m But probably tho finest head of hair murderers iu tho last decade. BUGGY ON THE GLOBE Lie. rttanford. so highest point there is a view of the J "Oh,"8ho said, "I havo been t Ol in .m " frab Orchard-.....- ... 60 Blue Ridge for seventy miles, and the in tho world is that of the wifo of Mr. busy, don't you know, with one thing Arr Uilogalon i lo " It is related that when tho LegislaFOR THE MONEY. Lte. I.ama.trr J so " and another, that I had forgottenf all place will form a shaded and breezy Halstead, the editor of tho Cincinna- ture Committee 011 Charities, &c, visArr. Itlrhinond- - ... -- ...... ..... ft, 10 " about it. Let mo see, how much was summer resort, convenient to Lynch- ti Commercial. She is a beautiful ited the Taunton Asylum recently one SEND FOR CATALOGUE PULLMAN PALACE QADS burg and Richmond, Danville aud woman to start with, nnd her hair is that to cost?" of the patients exhibited an automatic ToMeiu.hla, 1.1111 Hoc-- , Mobile, Montgomery, ' "Fivo, thousand dollars." New York. AND TESTIMONIALS OF Richmond (Va.) Dis- more than marvelous. It is of that toy of his and Hw Orleane. invention, in which a prospeculiar tint or shade that Titian lovKuilgrantatoTciaaharr thelrcliolcaodworoutn: J '.Ou, dear, I really can't afford to patch. . o trate wooden man was receiviug a so la Meuphlaor la New Orleane. Time much HUNDREDSOF LIVERYMEN Mr. John D. Cunningham, jr., ed to paint a mixturo of brown and vero kicking and thumping by others. pay'that much. Now couidnjt you," quicker and ralra lower than by any other spun gold that is rare to human sight. roul. Itlaalaol this'very bewitchiugly, "make a very drives leisurely around his gigantic "Don't you think it rather tovero on WHO HAVE USED THEM nice monument for about five hun- peach orchard of 50,000 bearing trees It is wouderfuliy thick, and when un- that poor fellow to be mauled and QDI0KE8T, 0HEAPEST AWD BEST ADDRESSAND PHAETONS. dred dollars? I know you can, and I near Griffin, Ga., observes with satis- coiled and combed out it covers her kicked in that way?" asked a legislaltout toallolnta In Mlaeoiirl. Kanaaa, Iltlnola, Indiana, Iowa, Nrbraaka, Colorado. Arkeneaa. will como around and see you about it faction that tho buds are not too pre- liko tho sheet of a water fall. Its ex tor. "Oh, no," was tho reply; PFV Pfi Only one change Iu Chicago, bt Louie and Kaet, "you Por (uilhrr Information about tlckela to the act length I do not know, but it is cerreab'soon; good bye." cocious, aud complacently remarks: I Boscan't hurt him he's inFano." Jb! be WAGONS OF ALL KINDS. Houtti, Kauui, Colorado,V.an1. eitlgraut ralea to Florida, ATMUKE, jTho.monuaent man went to his of- "I reckou this is my year." Ho says tainly longer than tho hair described ton Journal. We manufacture t'anlagra of all drecilolloiia. lien. Paaa. and Ticket Agt., Ixiulnllle, Ky. a euidoylng onlr woikuicn and ualng Or P. J. Anthony, Agt., Hlenford. Ky. COLUMBUS OHIO. only iu tho Springfield Jleimblican, besides ficii and told his grief to a that his is tho biggest peach orchard tuatrrlal, and aril at rcaaouable ItRFKIIKNCES: To mako good butter in Winter it is lamb' and a stouo angel. I bare Wn handllnj OKHTLIUK youl Ogurea alyle, wiirkiuanalilp ami Yinalrrlalcnalj iu tho world, but lest somo jealous being in color and textuio u miracle v ml. (or lb l"J ir.r.!ifr:i.i aide-betc.. iivi:. "BLUE-ORASosseutial that tho cro-ushould not Ilrewaler yeara. Hu w.gona, liatlona.glrcu cullrn Washington Republic. K0UTE." aat four lar lliey bare fSomd time after this tho charming grower should presume to disputo the of beauty. who bar luugbt Ibcui, ik1 I stand too long before being churned. aatlafactteu tuall In icll a great luauy more Ihla ividoWwith a male friend whom she assertiou, ho iuteuds to set out two to le abla Statistics show that Patterson, N. Tho lempsraturo of thu cream when eict thati any ortoa prerloua yean. Truatlng aeaaon called "Charley," droppod in ngain. hundred moro acres next fall, "This J., in proportion to its size, has more you will be able to fill all ordcratiroinitly, I am, DARBY'S NicnoLii IUxk, Mmyiuau. placed iu the churn should not be lowt'Dtfyou know," sho said, "I feel is tho ouly region iu tho world," adds one eyed men than any other city in Lafayeltc. IuJ. er than G0 nor higher than 02 .Six-t- y (iKNTLKIIKK Prophylactic Fluid ! so ashamed to think that I never came Mr. Cunningham, "where a perfect tho United Spates, -- T1IK JIOIT DiaillAULK UOUTE T- OWe bar bctu uelns and atlllng except Pittsburg. degroes, when tho churn is warmed your woilc In Clarke county for the itait lour around to look at your pretty designs. peach can bo raised. yoara with the but aatlafaclloq la ounelree and Nine-tenthl'iltlug of rliuall Put mof those thus aillicted'nro by hot water in tho winter or cooled Mi.lninm-aea Your ItiitfHlea are unlveraallr acrerenlcl. Charley and I havo concluded that knowlodid L' Ucra purlted A healed, Tho horse is capable of exerting a workers in iron and steel, aud have in summer, is tho proper temperature, for Ih mica by our lu.luiucre lo Ix the rery beet pan be bouibt Iu tba country that Niuull lov (iangreu irereulid and those great, costly ornaments nro so Your (jouibluatlwi hiring Iluggy la pronounced curd. Btress of only sixty-seveper cent, of beeu struck in tho eyo with metal aud the result will ba xatisfuctory. by all to b tb Bunt, aoflnt, and eaaleat tiding Wouuda lirah-- rapidly. TIIKONLYMNKUUNNINO foolish, after oue's dead, you know. wagon buggy now Iu uae. Your Ilrewaler aide-bSurrey cured In a limit his own weight iu his daily work. Tho clipping. It is said that tho glass-ey- e la irtlaluly without a tlral. Taklug all In all, I hue Wt) think it's wicked, don't we, Char-loy?- " seeds of golden millet form an we (carteuly aay that your bunglca cannot bo Tho manufacturers havo such a thorT.lllr. tlrl.il mi. ox about sovtnty; tho inulo seventy-five- ; PARLOR CA R8 In Ih country (or etyle, llulili, aud dura- Charley allowed that it was. llHlrltnlr iiariulraa. Por Bor Throat it la a excellent gram for feeding chickens beaten lourairuiy, unity. tho ass eighty; the goat can draw ough system of information that aure lure Contagion destroyed, Blik roouia TKMMiMT&Maau. she continued, "thoso little aud made id.aaaul. "Hut," orervil alck imraoua re, -- 1IK.WP.I.N Ohio. tho bandage is off of an injurod during the tint three weeks of thoir more than his own weight; tho liou lieved and rcfrvahed by llathlng wllh rropliylac white boards, such as they put at tho (or tlo eye, its owner is tho recipient of ma- lives. Very small ohioks need very (Iiciitlichicni I liar bad In llrerr now re- - lonaPluU added to the water, bolt white ouiui lex. has beeu known to draw u slain ox a aecurnl by Ita tu "" "" " orer two yeara, and hare net eiieut a dollar (or T.uxlnutoit nnl Clnulitiuttl. soldier's graves, Charley and I think small seeds, as is shown by thoir iiuiiiiiig; cousidorablo distance. A fox gallops ny circulars. aira on iuciu, auu invy iuuk uvarir ..(wi a. Iiujiura Air made e aererai outer are very nice. So neat and unpresearch for tho iniuiito seeds of new, iiavo na'i nuggiee oigood aa Ih Coluiubua and nuriDcd hi Dlplitlieriu and find uoueeo away with the largest gooso at a rapid A lecturer was onco iu a dilonimn aiirliikllug DnrbyV fully, tentious. Couldn't you mako ono of T1MK TAULE. IN EFFEOT 1IAUC1I 1, 1U- HNaturo is thu boat teacher. Uuiuy Ouiuiiauy'a buggtca. lloairttllaaaUrlAM. T. riuiu anoui. pace. Monkeys uro wonderfully strong which ho will probably nevor forget. grass. Prctt'iidMl. ToiMjrlfy thebr ea th. Couyeia, (Jeorgla. them for me, aud put George's monoSmall whole seeds is tho best provision Cleauittlb Teeth, ll I.re. for their size. A turtlo has been known Whilo talking about art, ho ventured 7iM a u t.lft uu can aurpaaMj (Ikhtlkiikm: TbabuggUa I bato liado( your " Mayaillle. gram on it? His initials mako such a Z Alt) a ni lt.su u m to move with u man standing on his tho assertion: "Art can never improve in the grain lino for young birds. " Parla manufacture bar glteii wo eullr ullafacllou. Cholera dlaaljiatr.1. Bbli rarer froitute.1 by It ., Hi20 aiu 111 IU They aro Ih li.t I hare cr.r uwd for tb aauie uae. Iteuiovoa all uujdcueaiit odora. Cularrh pretty monogram." " (inthlaua........ 8,M aiu 1. 40 i iu back six times its weight. " Paluoulb TllKlHlIM TlltSOKY AND rJMAI.M'OX. eiii'iuut ofuioiu'y. Youra truly, nature." At that moment somo ono 10.00 aiu .i IIU aud curd. l.ryelie!aa cured, llurua re-- Arr. Cincinnati l). Collin, Utreryiuan. Then the mouumeut man's cup was lilt) aiu Wjiiu llorcj lualautly ecara irereulrti in taxa oa iu tho audience cried out in a gruff Tlio value (if lUthy l'ro'ilivlacllo l'luld JopIIn, Wluurl. dealb In Ih huuie, II aud not full, and he spilled over on them. Ho It is Senator Walton, in ilt'lroylni; ant (uniitirjotliij; the ofl'eala ahould alwaya bua d tu.aud arrive at Maya- IjKKTLKiiKir: I bare beeu connected with th tlllea.lS p. iu. Pre Parlor Car Irarea told her that Charley could get an Walton, who is tho au- voice: "Can't eh? Well, then, how of ooiiUul hi ille.iai Mti Mjjnelr be about th ioro It luauufu'lureof and dcallug Iu buuciui (or llltecu Uilugtou at IS p. in. and learee will prerent auy uu. Ncarlft yrara. Your work doM net look Ilk uioat factory do you think you would look without Cirjclunail at tp.iu. old'ihingle and tack 0110 of George's thor of tho bill to do away with tho plcaaaiit aiutll. u nialliwx ami tlie like lire work, hut la auioutbly flulalied III wood. Iron, uacd in wig?" patitetl by certain t;rriii (,'alnliii; u place In tulnllng and tiltuulag. Material liaairovcd tb Vovvr Ciirril Au Autldule lor business cards on it. office of School Commissioner. Sen- your , irgrtableole. lo Uiluuibua Iluggy Gwnauy,ataiggla CImx connection made luCioctnnall fur all noloU one. ellDica, do. U Of the baet. They ruu light. Kwyoiielu Iu tho tomploof fanio, it is said that the human boil. The Fluid Then she called him "a horrid" ator Walton is a man of souud sense, Duircroua elltualaa nt Norlb.taal and Weal, rWlal ratea lo Eiulgrauta. Ihla ouuuly who bar bought your bugiilea are Aak the Agent at Ih aLute.nauied plana for a qo tii In la qiid (he iftrnu Hi beet or aatlifjclloii. well hlraMd; th aitk iuiiuaauihMiaTa remorcd by lie uw, YU lliiicfoldcrol elf beast," and Charley said- he would aud says ho cau save tho sum of $38,-00- 0 there is a niche fur every honest man: the "Itlu Oraaa lloul." llouuj. Ywiia truly, law Perer eradUatil. Iu (act It la the gicat lher ftjll deyelwib licreJyr iIlycalniK them trip III acta (row May nil! aud Ujlngton lo Cln. B.K.WATT. WUubcaler, HJa. "lick the stunm' out of him for half, a annually to tho school fund aud but tho truth compels us to add that I all ,war tu rlnnalt aujd at nduccd ralea. Disinfectant and Purifier lurn. TJiaiuu'ilr HIn. of Porraleaou Imuatkld n.jili .n.l 1.1.... ,i.l raai'aaKti uy not injure it a parliclo if this bill bo in that biino temple tbcrc,aro a great IM jrQMJ- eU, adJreaa. Oil At. A, JlAULhTr. lUt1 J'l aUXTjr tlro wllh (lii) J, II. .KI.I.V .V CO., lieu, Agt,, Cuilugtou, Ky. natl Saturday Night. VlulJ. many niches lo lei. Lou. Com. passed. Mauufjelurlng l.'hnilata, bul I'ro rlclori. Ubiler for Lincoln and Garrard Oos, C. UllllUWN, 0. P.4T. A, "Yes, that's so. il'vo heard that myself." "Well, it don't work. I havo picked up a pin nnd I havo had bad luck ever since. I was arrested the very same day and now I havo got to go to tho penitentiary for thrco years." "What has that to do with picking up pins?" niked No: 2. "Well, you seo tho pin I picked up was a diamond pin worth 8150. I be lieved in tho proverb about having good luck if I picked up tho pin in a show case, but they telephoned for the police, nnd hero I am," and ho winked at the jailer. The other prisoner thought for a moment and then he said: "When I como to think of it, proverbs nro what havo brought mo to this fix." "How so?" asked tho .same man who had picked up tho pin for good luck. "Well, I had heard about horse shoes bringiug good luck, so I picked up horseshoes. Horseshoes wcro my Laughed Out ef a Duel. Wit can bo put to no better uso Not long ngo a now convert to than turning threatened tragedy into who had only been three comedy. Judge Thatcher, n member of tho years iu tho church and novcr quite knew whether ho wished to continuo United States Congress in its early or not, called on a prominent bishop days, was onco challenged In a duel and said ho had somb peculiar busi- by an nngry opponent in delate, nnd refused to ncccpt. When tho bsarer ness ho wished to talk on. "Bishop," said ho, "you know I of the nhallcngo niked him if ho choio havo just como back from a missiona- to bo brauded as a "coward," " ics, ry trip. I was gono two years, nnd sir," said he, promptly: "I was al when I got back to Ncphi last week, I ways n coward, and ho know it, or found a baby in tho family. My wifo ho wouldn't havo challenged me." Tho general laughter when tho resaid tho angel of tho Lord had appeared to her several mouths ngo and ply got out, of courso spoiled tho duel tho birth. Sho said n and it completely cured tho fightprophesied bright light broke over tho room and ing man's wrath, too. everything was bathed in glory for It is aid of Judgo Dooly, of Geora gia, he laughed several minutes bctoro tho spirit himself out of duels red. Now, what do you think of with ni audacious wit that compelled that?" even tho admiration of his enemies. "Well," said tho bishop, "nothing You remember, he said, when they is impossible with our sublimo relig- tlrcntencd that if he didn't fight, his ion, I take this to be a signal from uamo would fill tho columns of a heaven that Cannon will be seated in nowspapcr, that ho would rather fill Congress." ten newspapers than quo coffin. Onco "Yea? Well, I took it somehow to ho went ou tho field with n man who mean that old Bishop was thcro at had St. Vitus' danco. tho homo a good deal. His opponent was standing nt his "Tho bishops aro sunjXMed to tnko post, his whoto frnmo jerking nervouscaro of tho flock when tho missionaly from his malady. Dooly, in tho ries aro abroad." soberest manner, left his post, nnd "Bishop, I've been thinking tho cutting n forked stick, Uuck it in the matter over considerably nnd I guess ground in front of his opponout. I don't wnnt any mora of tho Celes"What docs this mean ?" asked his tial racket. I guess you can striko my opponent. name of! tho books." "Why," snys Dooly, "I want you A week later tho man was called to rest your pistol in that fork, so that before the High Council nud formally you cau steady your aim. If you expelled. shoot at mo with that hand shaking "All right," said ho, as went out of so, you'll popper mo full of holes at the door. the first firo 1" "I don't take n darned bit of stock Then thcro was a laugh all round, in . that nngcl visit or bath of glory nud tho duel was put oil with ut a yarn." Salt.Lake Tribune. day. Atlanta Constitution. The UnbelitrerWho Took No Stock in the Bath efClory Tarn." Mor-monisnp-pe- JEEUttINN John IIO USD! Hmroin Stumer KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, AV y.y Y"rvi f m " w?i - CHURCH IUUKCTOHT. '.- - - fw---. "-- t. inmuNs, lMiorKirroit. CLASS A FIRST - HOTEL sS fl.i-i.- XM!ti7AL .. nLilhTOK ltitiZ ,i; mj .. t SVd Manila? In each month, at 8. Fliu, Pi TKTIlorl3T.80UTH.-IUT- .J. llltftr, HrntMtryHunUf mornlnonufililM. not Praj.r Mlln(aTtiurlar iftiu. HuihUj at a on 1 u J. Himi. HiiprrtntfmUnl. Tht Woman'. Mlxlonarr 8orl.fr inrrta hare on the lit . .. - Darlraa, rmldMit. BAniHT-rt- I o'clock, Mra. T. T. In eeery particular, The patronage ol the puhlle nllrltM, ami mllifittloti (tmrinlml. IIMfl MrHllf tfcn ll fl It Ml IM If, 4 Pinf m t HattlWntl kMUtaii, iMriwHUI R U ' ) r4 WHIIiajf.il ST.ASAPHHOTEL Main St., Nluuforil, Hy. rW!l!" ItMlcf tr frl WWmfffl nfnMl !ffr.rl Vf I Mtl4 4lrllllM Jk" 1I ) IOIM, Marttfttrt, l 9 trllf I. f D. M. FKHY Uil UpawtSjl M. A ' lftHf , I) ! r4f Nup.rlnt.nd.nt. pHHIHTIAN. on V. J. M. lUcri, Pailor. Hcrtlfw and Kourlh rtundaje, morning and Pram Mrallng ar.r Wclnwlar afl.r. non. Hun.lij ftchool at M a. m. K. K. narrow night. f; CO., Detroit, Mich. 10S2. Ida rr hid, Joe. Ilallou j tintlord'ailar. rrNthlngnr rancmallon ? and Third lrd'a ilara. numl.vMrtin.il Joe. Kerrranr., 8up.tlnicnd.nl. Werahlphr UN, Semi-Week- A ly GRANDC0H8iNATl0N. JOHN DINWIDDIfiPRO'R. OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 Interior Journal - Ami ilia tsmUillla J N. MrKI. 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