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VOLUME X.-NUM- SS) 13ER mi ' HeeklQ Jitefit 510. g mtfttaL NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1882 28. $f rtftffitftllif SfnltriirJhttrnnl Mir. utcut cttttrr.. . i v 'f the Hue grass ami mountain rrglona, the .pur of the Ctimlxrland mountain, commonljr calleJ "Knobs" ! the resident Kiulillon, pushing out from the eaat through the southern portion, separating the water of the Kentucky from lliore of tlh the Cumberland snd Oreen Hirers, the ource of the latter being near the center of J&JJST the county. This situation ultra It three I roust thtrcwr, perforce, both to and know thedsy or hour geological formations Peranlan, Upper 'rvt though I mi When tbo dread ronquerer shall, with en fll and Iwer Silurian, and It has erery - BWef of solla peculiar to theae formations, come. Tsk til 1 may bar gathered for hit dower, The schools and churches are good, and yielding eterf variety of garden, orchard, bop t , thai nod will keep A constantly Improving. The Female College field product to be found in llie'Hlate. and MwlftrM s hiai the destroyer's powtr. at Stanford la one of the heal In the State, 6 ' . -I- TIw. W. Burt. The beat of this soil It exceedingly fertile, and Is a permanent institution. There are equal to any upon the continent, whilst Samuil J. Tildtn. several other seminaries and 33 church Tho folIvijif kitcr vtm sent to the that of les valuable quality I ausceptible buildings. of very remunerative cultivation. The progreu of the county for the last Iroquois Cieb) Chisago, by the Mgeof The elevation I from about 000 to 1,100 ten year In resource and population, ha ursmwey raric: feet above the level of the tea. The been most encouraging, the Auditor's rer,GkEYTbVn, N. Y., March 11. water drainage la thorough, rendering ports showing that In wealth It has advancVGfafTLKMKN: I bavo received your It entirely frro from awsmp and marah, ed from the 2Sih to the 21st county in the letttr, convey lap rao an Invitation to and giving It complete Immunity from 8tale, whilst the census of 1880 show that Attest the banquet of tho Iroquois matartal disorders so frequent and fatal to It population during the proceeding ten Club ia Chicago OB tho 15th init., tho health In the flat prairie regions of the years, Increased a much a that of Itoyle, We.t, The cthnal4 ia delightfully temper Madison, snd Qarrsnl countle combined, anniversary of the birth of Andrew alf, free In winter I row the rigoroua, hi ant- the percentage being CO. ut cent. The Jacksoti, and to respond to tho toast, ing cold of the North, and In Summer, Taxation now about 10,000 population 'Democracy.' It vrill not bo practica- from the sultry or parching heat of the i light; er capita $1,50 and ad valorem ble ior me to bo present with you on South, having at all season a salubrloua, 63 els on each $100 for all purposes. A Philadelphia visitor in San FranMoney ft abandant there being two bank that occasion; but cordially sympa- mountain air, free from all pernicioua vapor. Mineral miring with valuable med- In Stanford, the county scat, with aggregate cisco was walking along a quiet street thise. In the homago which you pro icinal prnf rtie, abound throughout the capital of $330,000, and large surplus. of residences about two weeks ago, ikmo to pay to the memory of that county. With all the wholcaorae advan- Many Individual are money loaners, and when he observed a saucy looking tfgwai soldier anil statesman. He rep tage It can't be otherwise than one of the money can can be easily borrowed on good youth stop eagerly and pick a shining resentee! the exultaat Rationality of moat healthy spola on the continent, snd security, for a low rate of Interest. jffitBMit which had alwayi charac it U M) recognlied by all medical men who The town and villages are 14 in number, object from tho pavement' "What a fc 'eriaetl'the democracy, and ho mani- have Investigated It climate, water", and the principal of which is Stanford, the coun- lucky find I" exclaimed tho youth, to the Philadelphia, "she's a InSuru ty seat, a town of 1,500 Inhabitants, imme- turning fested in n great public crisis his own other health aflecllng Influence. ,and mer It la a farorite place of rcaorifor health isn't sho?" Tho latter eyed the STHST-FOIRID;- , invincible determination to maintain seeking people from all over the country. diately upon the Knoxvllle branch of the $20, Louisville A Nashville It It, nine mile object and saw that it was a gold nugthe territorial integrity of our country, It area ia about 100,000 acre, the phys- eaat of the Cincinnati Southern it. K." It to small nuggets freand the indiisolublo union of the ical aspect of which is exceedingly beauti- It a town of very considerable commerce get pin, similar quently carried by miners aud others States. IIo likewise represented the ful. The aurfar of the Northand other butineiv, snd one of the richest "It's a windfall on the Pacific coast. bencScteut 5er7crmisn philosophy, portion, the moat fertile and beat improved, of Its site In the Suite. It Ira excjllent variegated by rich railroad facllllirs, and Isooe of the moat to me, for I'm dead broke," continued i gently undulated, wbfcl! prefers that nothing shall Iks field, bearing abundant crop of meadow eligible localilie for nianiifactorii In the the youth. "I'll run right down done by the General Government and grain snd richly awarded blue grata Slate. Italia It business and imputation town and sell her." "What do you comwhich the local authorities nro j shaded with magnificent foreat have doubled within the last ten year. want for it?" asked tho unsuspecting petent to do, and nothing by any gov- tree. It i dotted all over with comfortThe iopiilatinn la Saw abiding, indus- victim, win thought ho had a chance r ernment power which individuals can able dwelling', barn, and other farm trious, anil thrifty, and the administration to turn an honest penny. "I'm so rounded by fruit and aliade tree, of justlc la fair and impartial. do for themselves. hard up I believe I'll take $10." The The price of laud are a widely different "Tho great contest of his adminis- and I striped every where with kilverr brook, creeks, and river, fed at all teaaon aa the qnalitiesol the roll. The unimprov- hoodlum got his 810 and tho tration grew out of his efforts to resist by tprlnga bursting fromaltnot every bill. ed land of the least valuable quality and as he afterward discovered, : .. .i .!. t .. viiBrv3 in uirvKmi r.l.11i1B1i.wi uauriwuou ur rt I. I ,urnll. ro,,l, .,, most Inelllgibty located, are sometime got his peuny's worth of brass. The the rights of localities and of indi- - au Jtrrctlons, and tli Knoxvllle branch sold for as little a two tdollar per acre, PHOKKSM0S1L. dodgo is said to be the most troubleviduais as well as of the Constitution. of the JultvllleA Ntahvllle It. It. extends lands of no lielter quality, moderately ImALEX. ANDEnaON. I well remember that in the debate in through the center It entire length from proved, and belter located, sell for from some on the coast. ATTOIINEY A.T X.A.AV, City on theweat, tofJumSulphur $10 tq $20 per acre. Farms highly ImprovRailway Wear ahd Tear. A DANVILLE, KY., 1832 on tho veto of tho bill to rechar- - Shelby on the Ka.1, a dlalance of aboul 23 miles; ed and of tho. bett quality of soil and' fav- curious Will practlc In the Courts .t, li.r.1, nf il.. TTnilv1 u,-,- .. u 3NTT7 fact was lately mentioned by coiiotlMaod In the Court ofof Bojle tod adjoining 3MC 3ES DFL Appeals. above it the range of hills separating the orably located sell in some instance for i xr. w-i.- .. ,0 .. ... F. W. Webb, president of the Man. mi au in. mi. ifcuiicr, n 1.1..11 i.i. JAMES O. OIVENB, price ranging from $00 to $S0 per acre, denounced nod deplored tho spectacle and Cumberland Klrer, abrupt snd small farms with these advantages.and chester Association of Employers, etc. ATTOUNEX A.a" X,A."V, Tikes till opportunity or tbsnklug his patrons In SUnf ird and Tlclultjr for their llberil support, and a ito-hopes to retain It, at lie liss seln ted Sit 5lh bU. LOUISVILLE, KY, this early In the season, before being culled of the Executive claiming the power ly several htindrei feet, from the pro quite near Stanford, aie worth $100 per The Northwestern Railway Company, Collections prompt-1'rsetlce- - to all tho Courts. oter, and tt he stated, used steel rails, and yet tho and dismantling tho Government oi jecting iioinU of which the attractive acre. Frm of the best lands fairly made. which he was tho head. Tho over- feature of thla portion of the county be pbrckiaed at price ranging wear under tho ordinary traffic of the T. W.VARHOW. WA1AACE K.VAKNOK. prevented, affording from $33 to $00 per acre. The best land moot charmingl From the beat of Foreign Makers They will be cot and made In Srit-lad of a alyl. Ills motto Ik T. W.& W. E. VAItNON, road was so great that abuses and a r rogation of are growth of one of the moat Inviting protpect of rural Cutting and Repairing neatly and promptly doue. "To Excel." hunpound of steel was lost on every railo ATTOKNEYM A.T X.A.W. authority which now conceal, as they proiperity to be teen any where in the in the county have been cultivated a STANFORD, KY. dred yean without artificial fertilization, have distorted, our political system, Bule The rhole face of the country over without ahnwlng any evidencea of depre- run, or 1,500 pounds every hour of Offic Id Owtler A Son's new bulldlng-- up stilra. the day. Tho collective wear of the would have teemed fifty years ago, ten of thoutindt of acre can no plainly be ciation. H.C.KAUFFMAN. locomotive engines, of which there are ATTOIINEV A.T ,A-"as incredi- leen tint atone glance all the element of I when the debato occurred, Gmijs. An exchange LANCASTER, KY. Adviof. to 1,079, was such that a new engine Master Coiumluiuner sn.l County Attorner. Will ble to Webster as tlwy would bo to agricultural wealth and comfort are ievr. to the The growing crofw, says: Girls, uiko this pieco of advice: was required to be put into the traffic practice Iu all to Courts of Uarranl and adjoining Jackson. counties and'ln Ihe Court of Appeals. STANFORD, LANCASTER and HUSTONVILLE, the herda of dock, travel upon the Do not bo fond of promenading tho "Tho Government can never bo re- highway, the mlnuteit detail of farming husnicss streets at all hours of the day. once in five days. THOMAS P. HILL. JH.. DEALER IN stored and reformed except from the operation, the country residence with all That is, do not make a regular thing ATTOIINEY A.T X.A.W, An unusual brilliant specimen of STANIOUD, KY. inside, and by tho active intelligent the aurrounding to make them comforta- ot it. Do not co about so that peoplo "red snow" was recently presented at Will prsUIn In the Courts ot this and adjoining Seeds, agency of tho Executive. We must ble and pleajant homea,can be ee en at once. will know for certain that you will bo a meeting of the San Francisco micro ceuntlre &and In the Court of Appeals. Omce In Son's new building up stairs. Owsley hope Providence will, in its own good It it not merely a land of proniUe, but a "down town" when you have no bus- scopical society. It was gathered on MABTER80N PEYTON, promieageneroualy fullill-eiX.A."W. time,raise up a man adapted and qual- land of richett ATTOIINJJY A.Tcount-- , docs not look well. It ap the Wasatch mountains at an altitude Attn kjAHiNt marine and It ia not extravagenco to claim that iness. It LIHUITY. KY ified for wise execution of tho great pears ns if you preferred to bo on tho of about 10,000 feet above sea level. ita capacitiea for contributing the nece-rlWill wactlre in all the Courts of Cir and ad- Appeals. rountlis, aud the Court work, and that tho peoplo will put comforta, and luxurle of life are not hunt rather than improving your It is now very well understood that Jolutnit attention giren In couecuoua. of w ifukw over npenai him in possession an Exccutivo to excelled upon the continent. is produced by IU T. Pierce's stoie. mini!. It looks as if beiug gazed at tho color of such snow DU. J. O OAnfENTEU, The aouthern portion of the county, was your highest ambition, and moro a miuute cellular plant which reproadminister, through which alone that KENTUCKY STANFORD, - noble mission can bo accomplished, though not o fertile and attractive to the in harmony with your tastes than duces itself by rapid subdivision. It Office OTer ltoM. 8. Lytle's alore. Office hours and the health and life of our political agriculturist, ha much to recommend from 7toA.U and your lltol pu;TtoSp.li; exa a good country to live In. Ita aoll Is making your home happy, Grant runs three residences and a pala- cept on bsturdsy, when he will go to Crab Orchsystem be preserved and rciuvigorat-ed- . uperior to that of the beat fnruilng lands surroundings cozy and comfortablo. H notice. ard till further tial mansion in New York city, a 840,-00- 0 , Your of New Kogland. Its water from countle LEE F. HUFFMAN. cottage by the sea at Long Branch Syrup, My Samuel J. Tii.den. Imitation Mai-m- ; pring, the purity of ita air, and It genere homestead at Galeyou a and au STANFORD, KY. al healthfullneaa tre unaurpaued. Its tow wifo thinks I had better give SJrtcMHim. , . houth side Woawa sometime bavo great pres ering hills with valley everywhere between recipe for making maple syrup, which na. It is not surprising that a man Office Myers Hotel. MalaBUeet, two doors abor the ence of mind. A jailer's wifo saw give it romantic and plcturetque beauty. is very nice, and can hardly bo dis- with so many homes should bo begging PureNIUuus Oilde Use administered when required. The producta of ita farina are numerou tinguished from the real article. Boil congress for relief, even after getting I I I that a prisoner hail got between her I 11 O. MOltQAN, D. D. B., 3NT I 3VE and profitable. It ia especially adapted to , DENTIHT, weeks husband and the unlocked door aud the production of Iruita and grape, and It common ' brqwn, sugar with sufficient a quarter of a million from admiring , I" QFRXETGBB'W-.A.QOILTSfriends? Will be In Htanfurd two wm going for it like a Scotch terrier will ultimately become one of the orchard water to muko u syrup ot tho requsite of each uionlli, from first Mouday . Dental rooms " UcA'liler a unguis, In St. Asaph The penny s) stem is being intro- fbeeslgn.l AtHotel, oier two weeks of each month consistency. A fter it is taken from for a rat hole. She know she hadn't and vineyard communities of IheStato. Lancaster Mondsy Dental rooms In Mssonllouse tho slreegth to seize and hold him,and numeroua Tarletiea and fineat qual tho ljro add vanilla flavoring, about duced in Southern cities. If the clergy Iroui third Pure nitrous olid gase sJiulnlilertd (Heeslgu.) tf to tho quart moro down there know how the penny sys when ueceesarr. besides he had a knife, so she didu't ities grow in foreat throughout this por- two teaspooufuls tion of the county, inturlng forever cheap or less, to suit tho taste. This is tem worked iu the church contribu4 to tho corri'try. ,But she stepped building of liquwsand other T. much cheaper thau maple syrup, is tion boxes of tho north, they would dor Her.thhe&d of a fight of stairs lumber for lbs Who keeps , improvements. equal to it, und is available at use all the pulpit eloquenco at their The Meat and Provision Store, the prisoner had to descend, yanked oil Water fur all purpoae and of the very quito German- - command against its introduction. her hoop skirt," and, as ho passed, beat U found everywhere throughout the all times and in all places. II u for sale fiou K.O to 1100 worth of Hotel consisting of Tables, Dishes, lleds, Ditto. Hung it before him. The way he county. Dix and Green Itlvera, Hanging town Telegraph. Lamps, biovea, 4c. 1 hose wishing to buy csn see lilui at his place of business on Malu street, turned handsfri ogs and somersaults Fork. Buck. Fiahlng, Logan' and Cedar KMf Tennyson's last poem is about of a Btsotbrd, Ky year the Tax ok Matches.-La- st todown those stairs was a caution to cats, Creek, all very considerable streamy revenue derived from the lak On whatuess with Ella Wheeler's or the tributaries furnith and bis frantic struggles after he gether with their atock College. singer's stuff. Some and mill, and matches was 83,278,580. One cor- Michigan sweet abundant water for reached the bottom would have attractought to give has a monopoly of tho glucoso candy-make- r of poratiou that every farm has a number KTANFOICW, KY. ed folks (row a dog fight. When tho springs. business paid the bulk of that sum, him a job at grinding out couplets for jailer came up the fellow had got him The crop products are very numeroua and now tells tho Congressional Com- hoar hound kisses. With a Full Corps of Teachers, self so ontaagled that be was absolute- and valuable, principally corn, wheat, rye mute on Ways and Means that it does Edelweiss is a pretty new lace, which Thlsluslllulion opeued Its Twtllth Session on varily helpless, was doubled up iu terribly oata, barley, hemp, tobacco and every the Id Mondsy III September last. not want tho tax. abolished. Of course takes its uarao aud deslgu from a flow grows naturally, or I culways and was choking ety of grata that uncomfortable i not. That would break up tho monop- cr that grows in the Alps, tho pattern ' XZm tivated iu the Bute. ..5 ALL TUB BRANCHES OF A to death, and to completely wound up Bostou Gloho. the Morseque Fruits and vegetables of trtrf variety oly. somewhat rerombling that tho jailer bad to cut him out with grown In this climate are produced in .A. O-A.3STX) .A. Grant to Jones "Dear Goorge: designs; it is of a creamy tint, aud has THOHOUGHENGUSHCOURSE a hatchet, aad it took a half yard of great abundance and of the moat perfect Ar taught, as well a time you were scratch- a fiue and delicato mesh. Mo Hern, Isn't it about lU'tmcrH. court plaster ami a pint of arnica to qualities.. (j , Nulky IMowh, ClrHlH DrlllM, THE IiANdUAaEB. DHAW. Stock cattle, hog, hortes, mule, asaerf ing around, and getting up another The Cincinnati Saturday JfijM MUHIO,INO AND PAINTINO. (ill comfortable,- - Bosmake him at CHitliHlun, llHrrowH, Ctiru-SkvllerIlRy-lreHCNtrHW-CttUerand sheen are raited In great number voluntary subscription for my relief? thinks that in the settlement of the Tkrak- ton Post. IrlHCklHVH HHtl EHgllMMi, lH and are a sourcs of large, revenue to Please consult with Child aud Cy. Sprague tlivorco case, as Sirs. Spraguo every farmer. For a number of Field. Hastily yours." Dr. Woods: When wo hear of a And other Implements and Macninery. We buy exclusively from Mmmfacturers. takes the girls aud Mr. Sprague the lots, and consequently obtain the largest dUoeont and direct, for cash, in man or woiuaitfwbq doesn't love tur-- year great care ha been taken In breedrsnge from f a to IM In lb In Tuition, prlie Goods a: Eessonalle Prices grade lowest rates of freight. Our inutto is j "Fint-olaj- s It is readily explained by Cougling boy, Coukling should havo the shot regular Departments. I'rluisrr, IA5i InUrmedlati iowl. we do not do- - ing all kinds of stock, until the trreens aud til); 1'rcpsraUuy, SW, and Collegiate, I5. the Sestis always the Cheapest." Bespeotfully, have become ytij superior Sheep hus- declined a position ou the Supreme Kuu' Bounce thew as aimies of mankind, bandry Is Btanfoid.Ey. ajery Important Industry, and Ho' was Irighteued oil by A noted llirt of Akrou. Ohio, is For full parUcuIars, as to Board, Ac., address GEO. D. but always tmtoYcueraber that there yields astonishing return, In .winy, cases Bench. QKKKN WILLIAMS. WITIIKKN,"' tho spiritual injunction "Judge uot said to have all her love letters bound MUM. N. V. THVKIIKAKT, I'rlucliml, W. is uo dangor.iajwlerattug error so long Mauagers JIuslonHU Pepol U profiU being more lUua hundred per 'Mausger iincmster'lWpot. SUubrd, Lincoln Co.,Ky. in a volume for her partor table,,' Vsl!iiB"T.t1iToJvi.r cent, ixr annum, ilie inn ormountam- as reason is leMia combat it. ln rsply to "On Certainly.") Orerely I hold ray ' ,l"1 trembling fear Lest my eslitenc should fsllur be, Though of my labors llttU Iralt I see, Yet wisdom from on high hstb pieced mi her Tor (on wis end, which will In lira spnearj appoint! me, And Mr t tin duties Kroia which, howsr.r brJ, t may not flee, Ubor on though death 1 fir or near. But -- We take tho following excellent description of Lincoln county, from W. P. WALTOM, irfv nitf Proprittor. W. H. Francis ttCo.'s Kentucky Ileal r, . Butlnttt Manager. JEilale Journal, edited by V II. Miltt t ler, Esq : Subscription, $2. 50 I'kr Annum. Lincoln Count la situated In latitude 37 .10", In Ilie crnlral toition of tin Slate. Ilia Immediately on llie illli)lng line pun. our rp, ts-rie- on portion of the county I naturally well adapted to thl bniines, and farmers there are lurnlnsr their attention to II, with very grstlfflng remit. Internal improvement and facilities for travel and commerce are equal to those of any county in the State The Cincinnati Southern, the Iotiltville A Nashville, ami theCinrinnati and Oreen Hirer llallroads extend through Ilie county In erery dlrre mil tlon, glvlnir it llm lienefil road depot and Mlntlnn. There la not a dwelling In the county eight mile distant from one of thew depot or station!. There are Inside of the county 120 miles of excellent McAdamtted turnpike road, and more are being projected. There are in The the county seventeen e jail snd county are nsw, commodious and substantial, and will need no extentlon for many years to post-officcourt-houspoor-hous- OF ONE-PRIC- E TJbLJbJ CLOTHING HOUSE J JNTETW JSTOODKL 03T" cfco., pri- Main Street, Stanford, Ky., formerly occupied by McRoberts & Stagg, IE!:iff TIMELY UJ Bought for Spot Cash, atfan Immense Reduction, and I offer the same at ces which cannot fail to convince the public that BOOTS, SHOES, rial-ur- al oirarcsR bargains i offered in this orthe oxtxss.prjsrxi bankrupt sale to runi off any other town. This is no Ever cheap goods. I come to stay and build up a trade by treating every one politely and dealing fairly and squarely with all. No misrepresentation. Every article as represented and satisfaction guaranteed. All I ask is a fair trial. 1 D. KLASS. I R0BT. S. LYTLE ! SUCCESSOR TO SfcATlSTJEIt - - KENTUCKY. XiTXE, - one-thir- d pa-lu- houa-t,au- Having bought the McAlister interest in the above named firm at a considerable discount, I am thereby enabled to offer great inducements in prices on Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, &c. Call and see what you can do before you buy. "With thanks to my friends for past favors, I hope to solicit a liberal share of the same in the future. Phila-delphia- n, j ... uh-w- . ' ... tn ROBT. S. LYTLE. H. C. RUPLEY, O II TAILOR., STANFORD, KY., flrit-claik n Ij Comprises Everything that is New, one-thir- GEO. D. WEAKEN, Grain, Wool, Orchard Grasss and other i; e, fellow-citizen- JT old-tim- HUIIGEON DENTIST, SW5T 31.11. 7V A. Gr O - 1 JS , Tim-bei- t' J. HARRIS, e. s, Stanford Female never-fallin- g "'&''" BUGGIES Ncir-Illiitlercar-lo- O llHylHkH, It DRI j, E S, CerH-rtHHter- n, TERMS MODERATE. ni WEAKEN, 12 I. r lis Sniu-Mtrfif- jj Inlcrtorlwtid -. March , TO THE PEOPLE OF KENTUCKY LEGISLATIVE. Friday Morning, W. P. WALTON, 1882 ... EBIT0H bo hojxxl that tho Clark which has passed tho Sen- .ll ato, stTgrontijr enlarging tho powers of tho Commission will bo killed In tho House. It gives it entirely too much power, and when wo consider tho character of men that might bo select-cdif- It ii.to railr--tl-b- k pw tlwipositiou" J"y dangerous 5 obo tliatwill operate strong-Iyfriwfthmuch-seede- o d railroad somo fikwiopmenV in tho StattvWith tJwj present powers given the Commission ato sufficient, and we honestly beliovo that it has accomplished raoro good than if it had had more. It has succeeded in securiug a uniform ralo of thrco cents per milo on nearly every road in the Stat?, and in nearly instance Iirs remedied the troucharg- ble when oxecssivo tariffs were ed and complained of. This not havo been accomplished arbitrary power, because under charters tho roads have certain conversation, that when ' applied to Commonuxalth notes you fur pardon lor carrying a concealed pistol, and which he drew on me, that yon Kentucky papers told him you had made It a rule not to "Wi'a't twenty-twbefore conviction, would give the action of Governor Black- pardon full rardon aa soonbut the Court him a as and his fraternal Secretary, and had decided on his case, adding, "but.if burn ou nan Kiiieti me u i a a ndds that the following defend tho Govh, I would pardon yon riclitnow. with Ooimcr-Journ(mildly out any trial or trouble to yourself." You ernor: Tfeo and, as we rend between tho lines, re- will inform mo at your earliest conveni ence li you made use of such language. luctantly.) Tho Frankfort Yeoman ed. could under their foltowa: limits Stanj-ouu- , Ky , March 13, 1882. ''"0 which wo donot sup Gw.L. J'.BIaMurn- to their charges Hm: A gentleman pose they have at any time transcend- - tells me that Toil said to him durine a which I Iml In In October lift, my silver) drew a pistol and attemptnl me. The) affra' wa awn by other, and, as a consequent lie wan Indicted for carrying concealed weapon. It seems that application has been made to the Governor to pardon the young man. To thla I make no objection Hut I was Informed a few days ago, If a reliable, gentleman that he Governor Jiiackburn make uie or this language in speaking of the application l "I told him that my nile waa not to pinion before con viction, and I would not violate it In this caw, but that II he had killed that d d aon of a l h, Walton, I would .pardon hlni before Indictment or conviction." Had this declaration been reported to me aa that of Luke P. Illackburn M an Individual, I ahould have given it no further notice, feeling confident that ha would not dare to use) the epithet at least In ray presence. But, purporting as it did, to come from the Chief Magis trate of the StaU and thla Chlcl Magistrate baring been freely charged all over the State whh too great laxity In the exer cise ot the pardoning power, I hoped for the honor of the Bute, that hie declaration had been misunderstood, and that he had not been so unmindful of the dignity or duties of his high office as was Implied In hla language aa reported to me, and I therefore, on the 13th Inst., addressed him by registered letter, mailed that day, aa persons! -I- fiicu-lty tosh! hed The Senate tabled the bill to repeal the law making exKutteaia private. The motion tarecwwider the vot4to adjourn oa the Till of April, waa lost in the House, The bill to require young lawyers to better prepare themselves Wore' license; will be allowed (hem, failed. The House ha detested the' Senate bill for the protection of tobacco ware housemen who advance money to the to--" bacco-grower- The Covington o con-;dem- n I r i n That this letter waa received by hiea la (as n matter of eeurse.) The IVuiweripi (no Sf the publish- attested br his receipt to the postal de But aa ers of which hold! m iraporUwt office partment now in my possession. Governor.) yet tho letter remain unanswered. Ilyjjils tle by appointment silence, Gov. Ulackburn gives assent to the Assuming that tho press reflects public correctness of the report to me of hia reopinion there is hope for tho demo- marks. That he baa made such statements cratic party of tho "grand old State." Dd on morn than one occasion, and under Frahkibrtjnfluenco is not supreme. circumstances which gave auurancea 'Tlierights bf the peoplo are recogniz- 6 fa free circulation of hia readiness to extend pardon and legal immunity to a ed and will be maintained. man who might kill me,jrill not, 1 sup Tuu more we thought of tho dis- pose, be itemed by him. Una ia surely a graceful doings of tho Senators and great comfort for the man, tu whom the people of Kentucky have conQded( the ".'dortgress'men, who escorted tho to pardoning ower, to hold out to the many the lamented President desperate men, who, like himself, are theirjast resting place, and whoso smarting under the eflept of the too just cost the Government $1,700 for criticisms of the Interior Journal upon their shortcomings and misdoings. J champagne, brandy aud cigars, If such be the feelings and motives $300 for cocktails, the moro the' scandal appeared, until the which prompt him to this unparalleled he deserve the execrations of all thought was suggested that tho partic- coime, honorable men, and the chosen representaipators believed in the old Irish fash- tives of the people of Kentucky owe it to ion of "wakes," and were only prac- the State to see that thla mau who would ticing their belief. They should havo resort to this means of repressing the free- done it at Ikeir owa expense,- but then,, uuui ui me pre, is, ai an rour usj, in Constitution, tho tro'vernment only half pays thera the mode prescribed by forjtheirservices and is better able to stripped of the great power which bis con duct Indicates he Is disposed to subvert to 1 (linti mcj. luut inn uui mum 4A. j such base purposes. The U. S. Senate by a vote of three I know that many to whom Governor ""to one decided to restore to tho mem- Ulackburn U personally known, will, at bers of that body and the Lower first, bo disposed to palliate hia conduct by n attributing it to his propensity House, tho right to frank their letters for idle boasting. But whether it ia the or packages containing only written empty vaporing of senility, or printed matter, not exceeding two or the malignant proposal of tyrannic cru ounces in weight. This is a species elty for the life of a man who has incurred of the salary grab, which, though hia dlspleaaure, it manifests hk utter . unsmall, shows the animus of the men. fitness for the great trust confided to, him, voted for it, Slier-"ma- n If he did not mean what h said, he ia incapable of appreciating the solemn trust against it. and Pendleton confided to him. If he did mean it, he ia Elsewhere in this issue will be unworthy of the office which he holda. found tho prospectus of tho Cincinnati (The pardoning power is, by the Constitu ,Dollar Weekly Commercial, together tion, confided to the Governor alone, and exercising it he ia expected to represent with" a list "of gifts from which each in the State and not his personal maligni subscriber will have the right to choose ties. Had this subject affected me and mine one. Tho Weekly is as full of all kinds information as an egg is of meat, alone, I would not have impssed my of affairs upon the public, but would have whilo tho Daily is by far the best and far rather concealed thla shameful conduct most reliable republican piper that of the Governor of my State. But it conwe know of. cern the whole press of the State, and all Tun investigation, of the expendi- of the people of the State, because it ia a tures of the Treasury contingent fund direct blow at the freedom of the press, and I cannot ee It otherwise than my duhas produced a bulk of testimony ty to give this publicity to It. As the embracing 1217 printed pages, eash a newspaper, I have, in the discharge ono of which contains direct proof that of what I conceived to be a plain duty, John Sherman used tho public money repeatedly criticised in unambiguous terms and miadoings of Gov. for his own private purposes to the the of many thousand dollars. Blackburn aa a public official. Aa a citiainouut thla waa my right. Aa the editor of a .Mud yet tho committee has white- zen, newspaper devoted to the best interests of washed him. . the people, this waa ray duty. In doing is right when this, I have incurred hia sovereign The Courier-JournOilier member of the press in it says that we can gain no national victory on a blind Gght against the Kentucky are under the ban of hia for like offense. To protect them National Iknks. The system is tho and all other citizens of Kentucky in the best that has yet been devised, and exercise of two of the fundamental princiuntil somo democratic statesman can ples of Anglo Saxon liberty freedom of produce a better one, there ii no sense speech and freedom of the press aa well aa m waging such a war as was attempt- to warn cbivalric Kentuckiana of the foul ed iu many sections during the last blot which threatens her fair escutcheon, I campaign. , have felt It to bo my duty to publish thla William Brown, of Nlcholasville, card to the public and to ur.e upon our author of the letter denouncing tho representatives to investigate the matter, memory of Garfield, is catching it on I am ready to prove by witnesses unlm all hands. "A Dirty Dog," "Mcauer peached and unimpeachable, and who thau Guiteau," "Notoriety seeking atand higher in the estimation of the peoCoward," are somo of the epithets ple than the Governor, the charges herein hurled at him. Brown once ran for contained, and I truat that for the sake of Congress in this district when Jes3a-miu- decency, for the sake of law, and aa a reformed a part of it. buke to this unparalleled Inducement tho report of the apportionment to assassination, that Blackburn be requirCommittee is adopted, the lovely Jno. ed to ahow ciuae why he ahould not be D.Whito will ba thrown into this Dis- impeached. I have endeavored in thla trict, so unless ho runs in some other, card tu repress the Intense feeling of and contempt that I have for the man he has been to Congress for the last time. We don't propoeo to elect a re- - who would thua cowardly reward the cur publican hero, but if wo ever do Hon. who "would atab me In the dark, preferring only to elate the charge and wait for fuW.0. Bradley is our man. ture development to direct lay course. PJftrajDENT Lex-inctoBer-lo- W. I Wamos, The bill to stay the collection of taxes for two yftira In those conn lies of the Slate that have been damaged by th floods, waa very properly rejected In the (louse. Parker ode red a In the House Ia Joint revolution, appropriatlpgS40,OO9ju 01 the Male Treasury lor me reflet ef wee made destitute by the! overflowtiffthe MlsaanlppI Mver In IIm MlSTaefmea see, Arkansas, Mlatlssippt andLonlslanaf but it waa defeated. A bill hai passed both houses lQ amend the General Statutes so as to authorise the Judges of circuit and criminal courta to allow reasonable expenses and a proper per diem to witnesses who coroo from other States to testify for the Commonwealth in criminal cases In Kentucky, '. --The pay of justice's holding levy courta seems hard to be settled. The House paved a bill to pay them S3,perday and 6 cents mileage. The Senate amended it by striking ont the mileage and making It $250 per day, and riow the House refuses to concur In the amendment. , The Senate has paavd the Clark lUil-roa- d bill, which provides for the appoint-Keby the Governor of a Kailroa Com mission of three members, each to receive k Mary of $000, they.to have full powtV to examine the comtanloa books, awear witnesses and determine1 if ralea are extortionate A company .found, guilty of extortion can be fined' $3,000. There is a bill before the Legislature which require atl manufactured butter, butterine or oleomargarine, to be ao labelled under the penalty of a fine of not leas than $10 nor moreVthin $40 for the find, and not less than $30 nor more than $100 for the second ofleaae.. And if it be found that' any raamifaetarerof such butter shall causo to be hold, any with substances contained ia it injurious to health, he shall be fined $360 and have auch article destroyed by order of the Court. The Legislature owes it to the farmers and dairy men to give them auch relief. t. The hill appropriating $150,000 for the relief of the MisMlsetpfi flood sufferers has been signed by the Frtstdent. that Wra. lltfrke, alias It m Billy, the Kid, the notorious bank robber now In the Minneapolis jail, will escape puglshment through a legal technicality. Barry A Squalr have signed the contract wllh the C, N. O. A T. P. Railway to build n branch road of the Cincinnati Railway from Greenwood to Beaver Creek, a distance of alx miles, and they commenced Work yesterday, A man named William Walton, of Karlington, Ky , haa just started on a trip around the world, aa the Louisville expresses It, with the Intention of making an International aas of himself. He.will visit the capitol of every country in the wo tin, earn a nay wage in ii, ami mfiirl the stars antfalripe. Ha will do this, not from necessity, but for Wn kalis- i a ewe n ot,rreuecMs wreti we joarney is ended how many different countries he has worked and earned money in. His ex pense, by good management, he believes will not exceed $1,600. fca-re. MT. VERm Soffit m. BEPARTMENT. OARRARO C0UNTT. nt NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. The Massachusetts House haa passed a bill permitting women to practice law. Corn is being shipped from Chicago to Huflilo, by water, at two cents per bushel. President Arthur cave a compliment ary dinner to Grant and family Wedne-day. lh' rilt.l.:l1 In the Ilepublican Congressional Committee, John D. "While will represent Kentucky. Horace A. Kimball haa been nominated by the democrats of Ithode Island for Governor. Both political partiea'have nominated Judge M. F. Force for the Superior Court of Cincinnati. The Swiss colony at Bernstadt, now haa 285 pettier, and expects GOO by the and of the year. It ia reported that thirty persons were killed in a railroad accident on the Northern Pacific at Bismarck. Senator Hill's aurgeon informs him that the cancer with which he haa been afllicled haa been entirely eradicated. Senator Tiller, of Colorado, haa been nominated Secretary of the Interior, and haa algniGed hia willingness to accept the office. Lancatter. r Truilr fltanfuril, Ky , March , IMJ. the supposed murderer of ; Jan. the Sigman women In Rockcastle county, Is in our all for sale keeping. Our cllliens are In a quandary as to ! whether (hey shall clean out their Icehouses or spade up their gardens. B"5T Hume A Rucker, if Silver Creek, have purchasad ground at Paint Lick, on whtcVta build a large flouring mill. II. C Kauflman ia a candidate for reelection for County Attorney of Garrard connty, subieel to the action of the Demlion R. en. ocratic party. was ar Robt Willis, the wife (lie (ho Aflnph rested la iChattanooga, a few das ago for eva embeullng $100 belonging to the Singer bo Machine' Company. The Musical Society will render the 01 be compreCantata of Father, the nighla of April 4th on Kobes and Gth, at the Hall. Four pieces of new do scenery have been put in and all who at(Orders by telegraph promptly attended to.i B. entertaintend are promised ment A. O. A J. G. Burnside bought in Danville, Monday, from Thompson A Kean, of Washington county, 28 head of cattle, averaging 818 11, for $4 40 per hundred.. ..Duncan A Brown have shipped to Louisville parties, two ears of hemp A. for which they get $5 per hundred O. Burnside shipped one car to same, at same price. Drs. Simp Klkin and Sam Burnside XT. TKKXO.1 returned from Philadelphia, Siturday, full fledged M. D.'a Dr. Klkin will go to Atlanta, Ga., in a few days to practice his ! Dr. J, It. Kinnaird arrived profession SIT. VUltNON, JCY., Miss Belle Tuesday, from New York Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Chilled Flows, Root, of Stanford, returned home Monday, Agency of South-Ben- d Avery's Oast and Steel Plows, Buckeye Toffrf anil Ftinru Article, Hooki.Sttitlonrrv, Tobncra ttud Vlgnri, Wtntm, Miss from a visit to Paint Lick friends Reapers k Mowers, Sweepstakes Thresh.iior-,C-r-. runt l'lmr- Vhvlrtnnm' Kate Wherritl surprised her friends and ers. Mitchell Farm Wacom. New Home iiinrrnffrnf Vrrvnrnlloitm n family by a visit last week. She will reSewing Machines, Taylor's Elastio Bed Hprrlntty, opnngs. turn to her school at Pewee Valley Dr. Brown and J. A. Bogle, of Hua Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway Co. tonville, passed through Saturday, on their ' way to see Dr. Jack Bogle, who has been TIJtK T.lHl.K, confined to hia bed a couple of weeks with IN laVaVJaCT M.V1ICII 1. 1HH-J- . rheumatism. He has passed the revere point of hia illness, and will doubtless be CINCINNATI SOUTHERN ltALWAY DIVISION. out in a few days. rioru asilillrwi. aaiu txinawaiD. e do-erl- first-clas- s Bufvtft, aTorfef. Diet!, on last Sunday about 12 o'cloek, Pleaaaal Fish, aged about 70 years. John Hash wis conveyed to the asylum at Lexington this week. Dr. Bullock, was glad to receive him this time. Prof. Report's family have come np b Hay. They live In the house recently occupied by Rider Stephen Collier on Crab Orchard street. Prof. Rsppett's father, of West Virginia, la visiting at this place. Wm. It. Spradlln, nf Fountain Head, Tenn , Is visiting at Judge John M. Fish's. J. II. Otter, J. J. Williams and A. C Sowder, of thla place, are in Louisville Hits week, 0)1. Sam. M. Burdelt ia In Frankfort. Mr. Wiley Jones has returned to Ml. Vernon. Miss Rosa Reppert haa begun to teach Ilrcxl- school at Brodhead, In this ounty. head needs a good school, and we hope that Mlsa Reppert may have as much success in establishing herself In the good graces of the people of that town as she did In her short stay here. We have in our jail a negro about 10 yeara of age. Ilia name Is Knianuel Smith. He was arrested for stealing chickens from belonging to M. J. Cook. a There la also another complaint against him for cutting offthe skirts of Mrs. Jsck Adams' saddle. His trial waa called on last Monday, and in the absence of the County Attorney the Court appointed J. W. Brown to represent the Commonwealth, Mr. Reppert and J II Fiah counsel for the defendant. After consultation with die prisoner, hla atlorneya agreed to waive an examination of the charges against him. The court died hla bail at $200 for each cast, aud upon hla failure to give the re. quired bill he waa sent back to jail. It ia currently reported here that Harre Mink met James Bishop In Laurel county as he waa coming out. Bishop asked Mihk if he knew the Hysinger, where they lived and all about them. Slink told him all he knew, and then Bishop asked him if he knesr Mary Sigman and where she lived. He told him he knew in the neighborhood of where she lived. then told him that he had a brother killed at the house, a. id that he waa going out there to settle with her for it. How true tbia ia I am not prepared to aay; but it la known upon good authority that Jamia Bishop had a difficulty with his brother-i- n law in Tennessee about 5 weeks ago, in which he shot at the latter and had to leave the Stale to avoid arrest. Hi-h- A GREAT . PUBLIC l v SALE Dr virtue ofa twl of Itwtt tircuttd lo me hv (VI. Iiaap SMbr, Jr., sml his wlr. on the Mth itsr ef Artll,lSSI,t will rellat putlle aacllnn to the lilfttirst i.ld.lrr, at iht rmlsrslnUenlnO,, Ky , ON THURSDAY, MARCH 30tli,' 1882, - TIIK - n hml tn On one heail let Iber ifdtoirtl Sjpjrfmgte it In famous lor M jfrt,sn-- l nr-fl-s The plsca has nafinrr. The watere varlsl j ot virtue. Tha iroumlt, Iwautlfutlr IslJ out sn.l ahaJl, embrsct 7 acres. Th new Irlck ilotellaoneoflheSnrslanJriKMtrottlv In IhetmiBlrr. Itlsonirs liourabr rsll from IXMilitllle anj Cincinnati, or from Knoaflllearn Chaltanonts. Htcrjlhlnj Ii lo reeillness for the romln(sa rouM I thrown open at a week'a nolle to to) gurtt. ton, an.l Ihe Hotel J faith inn with amolutb caaTAlavr. WhodouM. The stle will, In Ihetltr snnouocr-l- , and the hlghent bMiler will $ it fas pnffrlf tmutIUttoutnloqant a perlret Ufa are guarsnleeil Ihe purehixr. of purchase price, eathi thelalanca InS an.1 tt months, In euil Installments, Taaas. wllh Ser rent, from Jsyof sale. Ilends required wllh approte-- l personal seturlly, sn.l a Ilea alto retalneil. The prthaerr will, however, he permlllej to par olThli lran.li tnj the lalereitat tmileon One-thl- any time before maturity. FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING NtHiiforri, Ky. lifnlii Street, I havo Ii. Wear slit out my broUior. and will continue the Furniture and Under tnklni: business at samo stand, in St. Hotel building. I will keep full stock of Furniture of ery description and sell at figures that cannot beat en, iuy sioek conms and tnsKcts win hensive. B. K. WEAKEN, repair Furniture and Shrouds aud carpenter's job work. always hand. I also K. WEAKEN, M'ROBERTS&STAGG OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, NTAXFOltl), KY., TAMETIT STOKE J. E. VOWELS' T M TT 1 y. HALE& " CASET COVNTT. i Uiddleburg. Farmers hare gono to work in earnest. Nelson Wilcher, a lad of about 19 years, who left hla wife eight months ago and went to Indiana, returned laat week. NUNNELLEY, WHOLESALE I)sy Ea.i Arrom. SMain oopm; II U?S NIhlEil STATION!. Clnru'tl nUee NljSlKl S7 7 Aim. i AND RETAIL DEALERS, IIIS " 40 It 67 p ml a 44 7 rripw SI 10 1J 110 4S 111 01 I Lve. CIbcUbiII... Georgetown ,t 41 SIX Iiloeton KknolesT(lle.... "- ... . Arr. Lte. " BjBJVilliaHis The President haa issued a formal order disapproving the sentence of Whitta-kethe negro cadet, and baa released htm from r, arre't. edi-tor- abort-comln,- :i Blatchford haa been confirmed aa Judge of the Supreme Court, which completes the bench and make it stand all republicans save one. The admission of Dakola aa a State will be regarded as a political measure, and be opposed by the democrats in Congress to the bitter end. Frederick A.- - Palmer, late editor of Newark, N. J , waa sentenced (o the State prison for twenty years for obtaining money from the Treasury on forged warrants. By the falling of the hotel porch dur ing the sale of the Montgomery White Sulphur Springs propertyirginla, one man waa killed and twelve others seriously injured. In an altercation in Louisville, Tues day, Charles Ray, aon of the citizen, Wm. Ray, shot and killed Jamea Kennedy, an They were cousins, and it waa a family row. That miserable creature, George Kills, has made a statement which is attested by the Connty Judge of Fayette, In which he exonerates Neal and Craft under sentence of death for the murder at Ashland. Leading Independents of Georgia met at Atlanta Tuesday and formulated an address to the people urging the 'formation g of a new party, and calling for a there of Georgia Independents on n Stephen Goodman shot a very large red fox a few days since while it waa being chased by one of W. II. Benson's unrival cd fox hounds. I understand that G. B. Clayton haa announced himself a candidate for Asses sor, subject to a Democratic primary election. He ia first man to announce himself aubject to the will of the parly, Laat Friday night Al. Davenport and Riley Patterson, employes at E. Zimmer man's mill, were fooling with a pistol when it was discharged. The hall passed thro' Daveniiort's clnthing, grating the akin on hla breast, and cutting ita aize out of the top of his arm, struck Patterson in the palm of 'the hand, causing a painful This should be a warning to per- wound. aorta carelessly handling pistols, and other fire arms. Libtrty. The ieich trees in this locality are in full bloom. The fishing season ia fully open, and those who enjoy the sport, are catching Offer Special Inducements 1 1M li I 10 "sis' SM III 11 14 pm . IIUhBrMte Ilarrnilibur. Junction "-'- sai " L. I 17 100. M " " Ill "fss""" INTIIF.FOLLOWINO OOODSl ia L a SM Me in 10 30 "."" SUGAR & COFFEE AT R0CK-10TT0PRICES, llllpa ui S33 I0U0 SOI " IM . sw lloyce 1,1 I . HI !Arr. Chstlsnooi.... ALAIMMA OIIEAr SOUTHERN DIVISION. "iwi ArrJ -- tt Lte. ( bitlanx.a.. '- ! . ...... i.re JILInf . in a - Aiuiia r'aru..... ... IS -" llSSam ' Hlruilaghani " 07 " MJ ' Tnralousi.. Kulaw. mi 71 " IJvtnpion.. I'.'..- "- ' Junction City noinerfei.. Point llurtul.1..... fed (.moor...... lUckwooJ Uprlo. Oily ........ " " " io 107 IIS IM , 7t).nil0H.u SM IHku ss 7SJ tU " 7 Of ito . at; SM ly n s. its SO-ts- Ill IO SSI . sis tM 4 30 tM " ... It 73." I 713 I 1 SI 17 " " ! "t.Stl." 7 W iu " " " ViT'p'ra IW .. I, aoilat 711 " IK ' i 1 !;. It ,,, .., . ., Arr.M.rlJItn... ...... Newton- -, York " e. CANNED SADDLERY & GOODS AND MERIDIAN DIVISION, - iii 0 h CM Z 4.10 " .I, i elUU. ? . -- tit-. IU20pui Lte. NerliiUn LOWER THAN EVER, ortt l'ani IlranJon. 4 41 " ' " Jsckson... IU Clinton . - .. !.. . Arr. Ml sI ... em HUpru 1X1 i , i tg '""' i ' .... . til nil Arr. Vlckiburn . . itk i HARNESS .. . L- HIIRKVETOUT " 770 Let. AND I'ACIHO DIVISION. 770 . tu .. iu h . """ ''"" 'tV rJ -- AT A SMALL PROFIT, A 1IIO STOCK OK IIISOauiiLva. Vliksbur.., ! II SO pin ' " IVUa . j ' . Tsllul.h . ;. - e. SU Slop ml 40 " j ... ! .4 .' JIM - !"!!!"". IBM "Urr. June A 1. o Ir . ilio'-wi- ll AitTiiuu announces that not for six months, consider the question of pardoning Soreaut Mason. Possibly Mason's remark that lie didnot want any Guiteau president to pardon him, has sonfetliiug" to do with Arthur's decision. special messenger in behalfofthecit-iten- s of Chicago haa arrived in Washington with a petillon'for the pardon of Sergeant Mason. It bears one hundred and twenty thousand signature, and is eight hundred feet long. The Waya and Meana Committee fat stamp vors the abolition of the required upon bank checks on the ground that it ia a relic of war legislation. A good deal of other war legislation might as well le swept oil too. The period of official mourning for the late President (six months) haa now expired at Washington, and the State department and executive mansion will no stationery for longer use official correspondence. Colored Jurors have given entire aat W. 1. Walton. isfaction in this county, ao far as our obThere are over 20,000 men and servation has extended. We have no hesiand mule, employed In railroad tancy Id aayjng that In vnforctug the law. butldlng In Texas. There are about 2j000 negroes make belter Jurors than the avert lopk I na v le Keniuck- miles of road under conlract, and about age white tu a 0,000 more to be contracted for. two-cendia-gu- st black-borJere- d 100,-horsn',--1 11 them every day. U, F. Branson, School Commissioner, Lard, Bacon, Meal, Flour, &c, haa ready for distribution the remaining 60 per cent, of the school fund for thla All of which we offer at county. Next Monday will be County Court day. Our Sheriff will sell 250 tracts of IIhhii IlB lot of land for taxes, and the candidates will shake hands with the dear people. KITIIEK Marriage licenses were issued on the 16th for the marriage nf Christopher PatCASH OK PltOOlICK! terson to Nannie Lynch. On the 18th, for FOIl GENUINE marriage of Sim. F. King to Mary K. the Tabscot. We are Agents for the Celebrated Elder B. F. Branson haa been appointed Evangelist for this county, and will, duVnBSv J llnB-!liring the preaent year, visit all of our iT Churches, and do his best to improve the With Sloping I.hiiInIiIi. congregations In every respect. M w & Gen. Frank Wolford was here on 'j P E! -business laat Monday. He aaya CHILL AND STEEL PLOW, that he has not fully consented to make OF the race for Governor yet, and Is not an Guaranteed to give satisfaction or office Just now. We hare aspirant for any IMITATIONS. no sale. Alio Agents for INFRINGING learned from good authority that about twenty countiea have already instructed UESl'RKAND (or hi in for Governor, Gt3 A. lWitt, our Circuit Clerk, haa DAVIS SEWING MACHINE, GENUINE. gone back to Cincinnati, to have hla eyes GET Miaa Mattie treated by Dr. Williams Guaranteed for five years. Coffey spent last week with friends In Misses Alice McWhorter Hustoiivllle mwf 'j&r and Ollie Sweeney, two beautiful young Jadles ot the neighborhood of Mlddlshurg, PRODUOEo'EVERY KIND James D. were In town last Sunday Owcna has taught two public schools Taken la exchange for goods. hotNone claim to havo since the 1st of last July John Flick and family have moved back to Casey's plow; Wiu. Cloyd, of Middleburg, haa Creek ust leturned from Augusta, (la., where he Ooae one, como all, and examine Their tiHly Him 1m (o umkeHw found a very dull market for hla mules, Ketm h 8NC, ucHHro i hii .Jaa. T. Carson, our goods before purchasing elsebut made some money HHCh ImllHlleHH. Nvo llml of the firm of A. K, McCuwn A Co., of Respectfully, Ollyer'M hhmu Im uh tho Philadelphia, waa here last Monday. He where. beHHt, HH HOH OlhCI-- HTii ia an energetic young mm, and wilt d KHHlHe. In hla buslne. HAI.K A. NUNNELLEY. n. P. WlUon, !eu. IVo. Aat. j...?.....-..- .. Sou. i I, M((l ulre, 11. n. I'sie. Agt. V . 8. A 1'. K. T.n I.re. Sll ,y .. SSSami J4IIIM M'OTT, VIcel'ie.lJcolsoJGcn-lMtujfYr- , CUtlooill.O. Clo. Hon. Itr , Cincinnati, O II Cullkrsn, Geo I'sie, Aat AL. lit. . t lf.r.l. Iln. l' IIIAol. V A U It It f... I -. Ik.lhl Monroe.' zi; It, Monroe. U W Il C Jm tm m J.IkS I K r ma-- r 1 VERY LOW PRICES! The Original and Only W I. CASK 4 fr 33 - "W 3L E. jBn HT r r TIIK Celebrated Oliver. a ter ll H I auo-cee- ' 1 j5cii-$ltcclil- it ni(riiriHrnnI Friiky Morning, LAN. rtiMFftr trsln North " " Bouth LOCAL -- March 2 J, 1882 LOCAL TIME CARD. .acn" NOTICES. 12 IS r. M. Rr.r. that Corn Drill l A.lier OsrslejV. CnoicKrJenl I'olRlOfa at W.H.HIicgln'. Nw stexk of Jewelry ami Sllwwsre nl LAXimCTll'ft ffc'i't-Ai04riUJ. Harden Wit In bulk anil ' Tiir. celebrated MarficM Wster Klera. lor for isle A. Osrsliry. LANDnkTTit'n j '". Penny & McAHaler. Ilur LniilTllle HeaiMticht Oil, 178 (tut, from I'ennjr.AMcAltster. Wattsibs Clock and Je welrr repaired liIVnny A McAIUter. J It. & fe. II. Shank are recelflnic and opening a lot of men's ami boy' clothing. Yon will find Hie beat and 2for-cent cigar In (own at l'ennr A McAHs flinlrn gettl, frtli, genii-In- e, iilrjirrii(l i. IiANDnirra's Oardkn Br.tm of all klnda, In bulk and In luptri.atMcItoberti AHlaM'a. Kmtsos's Uaramklh, In. the JwOfM. "Mcllobftla .VJJtaw jtol 'Agents, fiiafor.l, Ky. Hrrn IrUfe a4 Street Potatoes or cm r Tirletjr, Inchiilnf KumII Ootinlr Jlratll-lafor Hie bf A. Owsley, e Al.t. ilioe Indebted to tbe firm f A Dii4dtnr ami Severance, Dud-il- f rar A Co., will pleas call and rattle. Wt. irt)nW r'ecfvlnr and opening larra lot.of Zcliler A Ilroa.' Lulle' and Children' Shoe fiir Spring and Summer wear. J..II.AH. II. Shank. ,; 6 ' tlielet n Bt-eranc- PERSONAL Missf lluwtE Ftwrn la here. Mm. K. 1'. Woods baa been qultelll. ynTjM8. - TiliIegi, J.). ,8wor Ala.' bai returned (runt Mim OrxiK WlltTE, of Richmond, la guest of Mm. John J. McRoberis. W, II. Miller, Kq, la confined to hf bed with symptom, of malarial fe?er. Mim Irwin IIakcr, of the College, (jwrUo JUITll1f', WMneIr, io see her nama. of Chenault, Severance. A Co., la in New York, Isjlng la aa. extra line of Hiylng and Kuoiuier ijtVKRAXCK, Mb. JfeJtril One of our merchants adopted yesterday a most certain remedy against the great amount of petty thieving that la going on here. He had reason to suspect that nuLOCAL MATTERS. merous articles had been sticking to the KlNK. Tonight. lime. hand of his porter, recently, and he accordingly set a. trap to catch him, and JUNDCoihPtanienstW.il. HljgW caught him even sooner than he expected 1 Ik)'MK(o the wirof Mr1. Joa. Johmton With Ihe proof dead against him, he took ' JiaffVi; , i. .. the thief up in hi room, made him take The Ursud, Jury haa found, 3.1 indic- his cost off, and with a cowhide hit him tment. shout 150 pretty good licks. The boy See W. II. Iliggln IxTiireyou buy jroiir owned up to many thing that he had ta double ahorel plow. ken, amounting in Ihe aggregate to a conDon't fail to examine our ne clothing. siderable sum, but we will guarantee that he steal no more soon. This is n much a Cbcnaull, Severance A Co. tatter plan than the rock pile argument, Karris A Hour hare opened again, and and we recoamend it to other of our are read to tuppl any and every bod merchant who are similarly annoyed. with an thing In the meat line. You ahould not fall to ace the lndid Circuit Court. Tuesday's proceeding Mirble-to- p Tablea and beautiful were void of interest. The msjorily of the Centre cases were against violators of the whisky Camp Chain, which Mr. It. K. Weiren ia laws, who either bought oflTor run off the aelling ao low witnesses for the Commonwealth. It seems 1'AltTlRt needing corn can be supplied strange since the power is given the Court at Lincoln .Mill at an time with an to fine and imprison witnesses that this amount from a bualiel to 100 barrel, from thing is allowed from Court to Court and $ I to $ 1.25 )cr barrel. no one ia ever punifhed. The following r. can't wtlt on thone who are indtbl-etlttcases all for about the same offenses were ua an longer, and Intend pulling continued with orders for arrest of wit (lielr account in the hand of an officer nessea: Stm'l Johnson, two cases; Jsmea Knot Milled Immediatel. II. Mattlnglr A Luddy, four; Pet Ingram, eleven; Clay Son. Powell, seven; J. H, Pennybacker, seven. Hememuer we are headquarters for and James Holdam, six. John Beage, Flour, Meal snd famil itipplie of all charged with forgery, forfeited his bond. rklnJ. licat alratght Flour $1 25; Patent, Wm. Taito and L. T. McXamaia, charged McAliater with causing by criminal carelessness the $4.G0; straight Tamil, $1.00. death of Gve persons, in the accident at A Bright. McKinney, were repotted "not lound" and Tub equinoctial alormcame upon n like their cases were continued. James s bliuard,tnd Wedneida aeteral inefleclu charged with murder and who waa al attempta at a enow atorm were made. given a new trial recently by the Court of It looked ralherstrsngetotee the Appeals, had dia case continued till next peach tree entered by the "beautiful." Court. P. II. Hawley, carrying concealed Till! er heaT frot pf raterday got weapons, forfeited his bond, but was tried flwa with moit of the peaohe and much all the same, And a verdict of 30 days in 'of the other fruit, and the people here- jail, and a fine of $100 waa assessed against about are not much In the humor of using him. Frank Keppert, same charge, ap Brother llarnea' pet phraae, "l'raleo the pea red by attorney and miking no defense, Ihe law and facts were submitted to tbe Lord." . . ii This roof of the Methodiat Churchcaught Court, which fixed his punishment at 10 days In jail and a fine of $25. Kob't fire laat ereulngfrom a Hue, and for a time there waa much excitement in town. The Prewilt, breach of the peace, was lined $10 snd costs. bucket brigade came to time nobly a Wednesday, a rule wa issued sgalnit ' and succeeded In extinguishing the uiust, 6hanks Spoonamore, returnable next SatllauiM before much damage was done. urday, to show cause, If any he can, why In the rery gratifying celebration of the he shall not b fined for contempt of Court ' Kstlll Centennial, at Klclituoml.utir young In using profane language before the friend, Mr. Wallace K. Varnon, a lineal (hand JuryA forfeiture was taken doacendeot of the hero of Little Mountain, against J. K. Padgett, J. M. Johnson, Jomade a rery creditable addrrn. Among seph Kubanks and P.. S. (loocli, bondimen the other speakers were Hon. C. T. for M. T. Morgan, in the sum of $100. M. Clay, W. U. J. II. McCrearr, Yesterday Ihe only case of any importSmith, C. J. Hrunaton and other. ance that engaged the attention of the A BiNUUiait freak of nature ha juat Court waa Geo. It. Chevl, by bis next been dereloped In this vlcluitr. A girl friend, Col. W. Q. Welch, vs. J. A. Lylle, baby was born a few days ago, with a sup- for fslluru to take sufficient bond aa GuarCounty Judge. After ply of bangs that would make the heart of dian while he was girl ache with enry. hearing the testimony Judge Owsley gave d the aversge The mother of the little thing wa an ultra the jury peremptory Instructions to find fashionable, who prided herself on tbe for Lylle, which was done. An appeal length and luxurlancy of the bangs, and will be taken. So far this has been the her little oflaprlng was evidently sent to dullest Circuit Court on record, and the to 'teach her the, absurdity of her past courne. prosixct is fair for it to continue so the We wltiihol.l her name for prudential rea- end. . The jpelit Jury was dismissed lail evening till next Monday. siwaarr sons, II. I'mt, of Mt. Vernon, up yeslerJsy returning from the asylum, to which he had taken another ,, lunatic. Col. C Cookie, I'rraldent of the Pine Hill Coal Co., waa here Wednesday, and dialled out llie negro .Mullliis, wlio seem to be much thought of by III old employers. of the firm of IX It. 0. Buioiit, Dillon A Co, importer of Xorman Hor- III., Wed , TftarneJ to lllooniingtor. a needs, with H. II. liaughman, who will likely purchase tome of bi stock. Mr. Jonathan KumrLL, candidate for Count Clerk of Casey, wa here Tura-da- y and for tbe purtiose of refuting the charge thai he I not qualified to discharge the duliea of the office, wa examined by Judge 0sler, who gav dim a certificate ' of thorough competence. He thlnka lie hat a ure chance of election. , , .roods.. Mr. John pained W. M. Hlgglm for Wel potatoes, Mm, FAitm A Kotrr will run a wagon both Hweet and Irish. Io Crab Orchard Saturday morning next, for the purimse of supplying Ihe citiins llr.MKURKR that the Kink closes toof that place with choice steak and roast, ! night, and sure to attend. TiiRJuilges selected to award the prlis of Fish and Oyalere at J. T. Plkntv In Ihe succesiful contestant in Ihe Bruce, Ifarrtft' nitvt fllnritav vntnff. Warren A Co. rebm have presented llie OUR Mock of Oenl' and Ladle' Shoes I shoe Io Mis Julia Cooper, of thl place, now complete and can't le beat. Che- Her solution wss niirrliered 128. snd ws nault. Severance A On. llie only correct answer out of HI return'. ' Measlm and Mum pi are attacking There were six answer with only one mls- high and low in the White Osk neighbor- isae. hood. There are two cases of hieaalt In If this Congressional District I rnndo as the Apportionment Committee lis agreed town. Niob new lot of Flower Stand, Hat It will bo the mpst complete "shoe siring" ilscks, Wsll Pocket, Comb Cases, Book In the Country. These are Ihe counties i Shelves, Work Csnes, At, for sale by II. K, Shelby, Spencer, Anderson, Mercer, Boyle, (iarrard, Lincoln, Rockcastle, Msdison, Wcaren. totM, Jackou, Clay, Owsley and Laurel. KLrerioN. City Mayor, Win, Dsugher- - Adair, Green, Taylor, Kusiell, Wayne and ir, suTcrues tnat an election lor seven Pulaiki, now a part of this, are put with Councilmen and a City Judge will be held Hart, Barren, .Metcalfe and Whitley, In Ihe In Stanford on Saturday the lit day of lllh District. This epportlonmant makes April. this District dead aure democratic, but It We will send llie Cincinnati Dollar strikes us that Ihe latter (lllh), is a little Wttlly Ommtretal Io any of our subscriber doubtful unlesi soms twpularand deservfor 00 centa or both papers for $2,40. This ing democrat, like (len. Wolford, lake the glvaa them the choice of an book in the field. former paper's comprehensive list. A fkw days ago, MIsa Snsls Hale, Finn. The house of William Coffey, daughter of Jeff Hale, awore out a warwhich wss situated near McKinncy was rant against Ben Martin, charging him burned Tuesday, together with moit of Its with lelng the father of a little responsicontents. Lom, about $1,000, which fall bility that had been born unto her. She very heavily upon him a it was his all Bitted that ha had accomplished his designs by promise of marrisge, which ho A defective flue canned the (rouble. , had refused to fulfill, and dsierted her Attention la directed Io the advertise when the trouble came, n did her pi rents. ment of Smith A Murphy, the Urge manu- She was in it pitiable fix, so Judge Brown facturers of cardagei, bungles and spring ordered her t be taken to the wagons, Dinville. Theie gentlemen are A day or two ago Deputy George Csrpn- noted for the superiority of their work, ter waa riding in the Knob, in search of snd their popularity is elicited by the witnesse that were dodging from the large patronage which they enjo. Grand Jury, when he saw a man some disLearning that Mr. F. F. Bobbin wa a tance before him, look aro'jnd and strike a candidate for County Attorney, we put the trot. He did sol, know ihe fellow, but nrged his horse into a gallop, when he question squarely to him yesterday a to jumjied over a fence and ran up the side of whether he waa or not. "I hare not llie a sleep knob. A little further on the man remotest idea of such a thing at present," he replied, "though I have been repeatedly Dcouatered another fence which gave urged to become a candidate by some very away on hi attempting to climb it, and he rolled headlong down the mountain for good democrats and others." . some distance. Still more to frighten him, I.BI.I-MI- Mr. John II. Miller hands us the Carp halloed, ''look out Andy, there he i following: "JeT Dowtll lives with his coming over your way," when he, fright-enebrother-in-law- , to death, got up leaving hla carpet Jno. Beck, near McKinney. Beck keep a shot gun. ssck, snd with tongue out, ran his level Dowell had never seen one before. He beat till he disappeared in some bushes. look a peep down Ihe barrel; tho gun went This fellow waa Martin, Mr. Carpenter o(T and now Dowell wishes be had never afterward laarned. All hope of catcheen that one. lie dodged llie load, but ing him are now abandoned, a it ii pretbe house look like it had been struck sumed he was so scared that he will never by lightning." come back to the settlements. sia do TO Wm.Clymersold a horse a few day ago to K. J. Hutchinson for $05. J. W. Long sold a cow lo W. I). Dye for $21.50. J. 8. Young ha gone lo Srhnce Hill, Ky., on business, Mrs, Mary Oraybeal, of McKinney, I visiting at thl place. Misses Msggle snd Susie Nit, of Science Hill, are visiting in this community and attending Ihe meeting at Pleasant Point. Mr. Wm, Griffin wss visiting at Wm. Long' Sandsy. Huttonrille. WALL PAPER ! BRUCE, WALL PAPER!! WALL PAPER ! ! ! WARREN & CO. T Is fully stocked on all lbs leisonaU goods, via: 3 ! m attending Court this wrek. "(Hilar wave" rolled over us Another on Monday night. Wednesday morning, the polar wave I waving still. Peach bloom look unpromising are advancing. Spring chicken bow to the inevitable and admit they were too previous. Dr. Brown went 10 P!nt Lick on Saturday ta look into the condition nf hi former pupil, Dr. Bogle, who I suffering from a severe attack of rheumatism. The sight of his old preceptor seemed lo be beneficial, and the Doctor left him on Sun day morning much relieved, but ttill help e Kvery body Cheaper Than Ever Before .Ar McRoberts & Stagg's. V F JtlVl H UTt ) BEAUTIFUL STOCK ! mm. IrWBBBBS- - SugarsvfEvery Description -- AND- IlHTcjHut received mid will nisieiiviiimmt keep raiiMaHtlt oh linml a fresh lino or llio cliolccHl .A-IST- less, Poor-hous- d breecll-loadln- g Parixjn that is not a Pardon, We learn that on Ihe 18'.h of Ibla month. A MARRIACES. iv. Oot. Blackburn issued a pardon to one Perry Clay, a negro, serving a twelve month's sentence in the Garmrd county The document wa rent Io a gentleman in Lancaster with ordera that Ibe Inevitable $2 for Mr. Assistant Secretary Karri inrit be paid before the negro was released. The negro, of course, had no money nor friends that were willing to invest (2 for his benefit. So he still remain in confinement, notwithstanding the pardon. Ought these things to be ? work-hous- On the Slat, Mr. D. Abney, a widower, was united In m image to Mis Klii-abet- h Singleton, both of thla county. RELIGIOUS. a Ut Lail Sunday the Baptist church at Ml. Sterling, collected $135 for the Southern sufferer. The tt'caftm Ittronler say it i noted that the statistical report of Methodists show a decrease of 30,000 from Ihe report of the previous ear. The Ihinl quarterly meeting of Ihe Conference year will ho held at the Methodist Church to morrow morning. Dr. K Hiner will preniJe and,ieach at 11 a. m., on that dT and Sunday. Mr. Barne' meeting will continue over Monday next and perhaps longer. He will go from here to Cynthlana, and then possibly to Covington. There were ISC confession up to last night. Pari Kentucktan. John F. Knwr, of Cincinnati, who conducted Ihe meeting at Ihe Christian Church, closed the meeting last Sunday night, and left yesterday for his home. The meeting was pretty much a failure, a many of the members of the congregation Som-- j refused to hear or encourage him. enet Reporter. LAND. STOCK ANO CROP. o Mul-11n- n i Wisconsin baa just had a foot of snow, Genuino white seed corn for sale by Thornton Porter. As far sa we can learn not much dam age waa done the wheat by the frost. J. W. Perkins and wife sold Io J. S. Hendricks, 138 acres of land on Fishing Creek, lor $J0O Will A. Hail old to K. P. Woods hi 4 year-olbay horse for $130; and'bought of Bob Hail his 3 year-olcolt for $110. It ia tatd that an acre of grass will make 200 pounds of beef; while sn acre of corn, that require continuous labor, at double the coat, will do but littlo more. Owen Democrat. At Mt. Sterling Court, Monday, 400 or 500 cattle sold at 2) to 3 for mountain steera and heifers at 5 and 6( for best grade. A dozen yoke of oxen sold at $70 Io $120. The only mules sold brought $100 to $150 per head. Geo. A. Ramsey's sale wss well attend ed and bidding good: One pair mules brought $4120; cows from $25 to $41; hogs about 4Jc; sheep $3 60 to $5 25 per head; hay $10 per ton; bacon 17c round. House-houland kitchen furniture sold well. Clark Democrat, The cattle market In Cincinnati ia steady and firm at $2 50 to $3.75 for com mon; $5 25 to $0 for good to choice butch ers; extra, $0 10 to $0 25; good to choice heifers, $5 to $0; common to choice oxen, $3 lo $5.75; slockers, $3.75 to $1.50. The receipt of hog are short of the demand. Selected butcher and heavy shippers, $0.-0d d d 0 The Wizard Oil man had the floor at Danville, on Monday. With his team of greys, hi gorgeous car, and band of music he captured the crowd and spiked effectively the guns of the auctioneers. It is esid that litigant permitted Iheir esse lo go by default, rather than lose time from the spectacle on the street. A sensation was experienced at the colored people's "festlbul" Salurdsy night. -- AS FOLLOWS- .Loge Dunn and John McKinney got into a "spule," when Loge discharged a 22 caliber against John's head. Public sentiment enters a no, prot. on the ground that the YARM0UTH CORN at $1.76 per Lor. head of a negro I not considered a vital part, and a shot delivered against that KENSETT'S STANDARD portion of the anatomy is regarded as simTOMATOES at $1.25 per Dor. ply cautionary. """ OUSTERS, Crab Orchard. W. F. Kennedy and Ray Mob write from Weatherford, Texas, that they are SARDINES at 10 centa per Box. delighted with the country and people generally. Gardeners have suspended work and In addition to the above, w keep- are enjoying the cheerful firelight this lit tle cool spell. Mr. Jai. Lawless is, we believe, in advance of anybody in gardening. A gentleman and lady at the Mershon House, who have just come from Mississippi, say that along tho river the people are living in old barns and other outStrawberries, Easpberrios, houses snd are in great want. We are Indebted to Mr. IL W. Green for an invitation to attend a hop given by Cherries, Pine Apples, Beans, him at the Mershon House last Wednes day night. Being on the sick list we could not attend, but we hear that It was a very reas, ?almoa and Mackerel. enjoyable nflair. Miss Pauline lUrdin is recovering from a recent illness. Mr. W. P. Kenne dy, who ha been sick for several days, i al this writing much better. Mr. Jesse Royaton, of Garrard, was a guest of Mr. -- WE KEEP- Scott Fsrris thi week. Mia Marr Pettus, of Somerset, is visiting relatives here. Last Monday (20th) was little Miss Kssie Burch' sixth birthday, and her mamma gave her a delightful dinner to which all of her little playmate in town were inWled. We know the dinner was HOMINY, BICE.PI1UNEB, excellent, for Mrs. Burch sent us a goodly hare. We wish Miss Essie many happy returns nf the day. DRIED APPLES and PEACHES, A certain paragraph in our report last week met, In one respect, the same fate of Dicken'a "Nicholas Nickleby," OIMNUES, LEMONS, which, when it first made its appearance, t only six mad schoolmasters went in hast to London lo thrash the author, each believing Ihal he recognized his own feature BANANAS, APPLES, &C. in the amiable portrait of "Squeerx " As the day set apart for the sale of Crsb Orchard Springs is fast approaching it will be well for u to say something in behslf of our excellent school in session at - We ar full slocked on ihe Springs. White it appears to be a complete secret who will be tho purchaser or purchaser of the property, it ia HOES. not only the desire of the patron, but also of Ihe resident of Crab Orchard and vicinity that the JRirchaser may see it to be Spading Forks, Shovels, their Interest lo continue the reboot for thi term and for years to come. The school has grown from three pupils to be And hate the freshest, nicest Ua ol tween CO and 70, and the patrons are uni versally pleased with their rapid progress, and are justly proud of Ihe school Prof. Moore ha established here, for with such a good beginning, the dsy may not be far distant when it will be a flourishing boarding school. Morally, intellectually and 13Te, ONION financially, it i a great benefit to Crab Or chard Springs, the town and vicinity. Groceries,Confectioneries, Coffees at all Prices. FAMILY SUPPLIES, or which the All will Soil at tho Very Lowest Possible Margin. ol" MhUIiikIj'm Mipcrlor Woolen GooiIh and Yhthh. Canned Goods, They arc iiIho hrciiih Tor (lie hhIc WMMf IkWMMm DRUGS, MEDICINES, PERFUMERY CHEMICALS, AND FAN0Y TOILET ARTICLES, Books & Stationery.Paints.Oils, Varnishes, Dye Stuffs WINDOW GLASS AND PUTTY, Peaches, Puro Wines and Liquors for Modical Purposes. Proscriptions accurately compoundod. Wo havo also a largo and wo!l soloctod stock of Watches and Jowolry, which wo proposo to sell Pears, Apples, Jowolry Repaired at loss than city prices. Watchos and and Warranted. UEWDftUi 9SUUI Thin New Mill, containing the laical and MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY For HiaimlacliirliiK meal and Hour, Ih now in full operation. lVo will grind for cuHlonicrw, for the present, on Tuesday, Thurmluy, Friday and Saturday oTeach week, UBd en CourM)ayH and all other public days. Wo Noliclt a liberal share of patronage and will endeavor to give entire wit lhfaelioii. Weil-iicHrtay, Cheese, Macaroni, Elour, Meal Corn, Bran, Shipstnif, &c., AlwayH ou hand and for kuIc. Illghcfit cash price paid Tor Corn, U'heat, Ac. Ordera left at Mill promptly attended to. ItOBT. McAIilSTSR. 1882. 1882. Cincinnati Dollar Weekly Commercial, AN EIGHT-PAGE, FAMILY NEWSPAPER. GARDEN RAKES, SEEDS 'EVT advkrtiskmksts. Seed l'otHtecH, both Street and IrlMli, EVER llItOUUIITTO THIS MAKKET. with Illustrations and Illuminated com. Tbls Is the latest production ol theEsrlof DKiconsriiLD a work with which ha consoled hluuelfwhen thrown out olpowtr by Ihe Liberals, led by Mr. ULiDsToxii. It Is tho most tamous novel of the day. trederlck V. Farrar, D. D,P. R. 8., late Fellow of Trinity College, Mas"X,ei of ter of Marlborough Cullei-- , and Chaplain In Ordinary to the Queen. Canon Farrar bases his history upon sn Independent stud v of tbe four Gospel., side by side In addition, he has consulted carefully the writings of the learned Jew sh ltabbl.. and the brat and richest source of Information elsewhere Ills book Is a succeailoti of beautiful and eloquent thoughts, clothed In perlect language. "A Trenfisr ois fliei llurne eutil MUh MHneueM"Br Dr. II. J. Kendall. A book of nearly one hundred pages, wltn numerous ergravlngs. 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Each person sending us tl, Including Ih so renewing their subscriptions, will receive the Dollar Weekly Commercial and tbe book I her pick out from tho following remarkable list postage paid and (re of all cost the books being unabridged and handsomely printed In paper corers: 1SHV" Written expressly lor tbe United States by Professor Henry U. Vennor, the noted Weather Prophet, with forecast of the weather lor 1832. The work contains notonly the probabilities fjr Ihe month, but the subdivision, showing Ihe probabilities for each week. Thla almauac Is full of most Interesting matter prepared by Prof. Vk.h hoi, u7 "resistor's HenHifi' Almaitaejoi' "JiMiflMii'ott" Chrtt"l)J "Ji'tifio" Stolen. Ironi mr stiMr. on lbs nlslit ot lbs 20th of Hits month, a It A Y MA KB, about 13 hands high, is jtan om, a small star in ner lortneau. aut IIVTUW, imuiiuaiiuu WVUIU Utt lUlllftlUII also a liberal reward for thief or luare, or both. AUdnssuaai Kings Mounutn, uncoin io., j. xs- ll K. A. JAistnua. ., We allow a Cash Commission of len per cent, on coin yearly subscription to Ihe Weekly Commercial e, Ageula will pleas be careful to give In full tbe name, count; and Mate of tba auUcrlber, aud to give Ihe title of Ihe premium book th subscriber selects. Club Agents msy forward one or more subscriptions at a tluie, a. suits their convenience, snd , club may be made up of name from different poatolflce. atsrif the Agent prefer, s Free Hook to a Cash Commission, he may. for each yearly subscription sent us, select on Free ltouk froui the above list for himself this In aidlilou to the free book selected by TO CXsXrS AGENTS. stnttous. Infurwardlugsubxrlpllous, AND DON'T YOU -- THE- FORGET NEW SPRING AND SUMMER, MILLINERY. Miss Hillk lluouudMlre to Inform the Ladle of this vicinity thatsba 1 tonstaotly recetilnga very uiuusoiuo line or spituaia new opriog aim Bummer Millinery, which ibaoDrra to the public t f err lo fiirurrs. Awods her beautiful liock ol Trloiiuluc are all the latest designs. Including tbe rtgt, wsineue nowtrs. bus bs aiso a Mauiua-Maklu- g Department, where Ihe greatest attention Is glivu to the cutting, fitting so J tusking of all XT. kinds of dresses. the subscriber. Without reference to the choice of th Club A;nl,eich yearly subscriber who pays on dollar la entitled to a tree book. Th prise books must In all cave be .elected al the lime .ubwrlntion Is sent. Txaua-Ca- ah lu advance, tjpeclinen copies or Ihe Dollar Weekly Commercial sent FltEK to sny address, audln liberal quantities toporeiMdc.lriiig to solicit subscriptions. H. IIAl.HTiMD A CO.. Proprietor Clnclnuatl Commercial, Cincinnati, Ohio. end Club Organisers wanted In every town, village and hamlet. CLOTHING DEPARTMENT, -- NOW sTODHLTST WHOLESALE OHTT3FI.OI3C tSa ItKTAII. DEALERS AND IN CO.. PIANOS AND ORGANS M Music, Bub, ni ill Kinds of X:si:il N.r...n.ix. NO. 66 WEST FOURTH S T., CINCINNATI, O. Grand PIANOS, Square HANUS, aud Upright PIANOS, In Iloeewood, Satinwood, Muhogony, Freuch Walnut ami Kbonizol elegant designs to corresiwuil with any style ot Furniture. C&see, in Smith & Murphy, Full to Overflowing. MtsmrscTuaasa or CAKKIAGES, BUGGIES - to $7,30; stiller, $0 35 to $0 85; com mon, $5 25 to $0. Sheep in strong demand Culls, 2) to 3 cents. at 3 to 5. LINCOLN C0UNTT. SPRING WAGONS, All Wool DANVILLE, KY. UVaaiKH Vram $tlO to $fill l'HA KTOSH, $139 to Y0, Suits, $S to $25. Elegant Parlor Organs, Chanel Orgaus, Church Organs, With one Mauual, witli two Manuals aud 1'odaU, coiituiuing tbe moat beau tiful, powerful aud useful combinations ever procured in reed Instruments. Bur-fno- a We bar now ou hand and ars constantly Highland. BDtsl sssortuieal of lUrouche. ltock- ways. 1'oselons, Duggle,tpring wsgons, euiates. Some person stole a fine bay mare betic., mas use ever iweu iu sun lueisvi, su longing to Dr. A. Jackson on the night of price that dsf; competition, sllly-pate- . the 20lh Inst. A few day ago while Frank Denson waa driving a wagon on a hlllsids,the wagon turned over and mashed hi foot. Lewi Ball, who haa been boarding at Stanford for some time, passed through our place yeaterday looking welt and hearty, Rev. W. T. Tyres' meeting at Plea, ant Point closed last night with 7flcohfes. Tons. Tilebapttted" 41 tewonIbyTlmmer. slon yesteidsy'j ' We invite tho public attention to our large aud well selected stock ol and our uncqualed facilities for furnishing tho "best class of instruments at low rates. We purchase for net cash in And all other work correspondingly low, Nothing AND tut thsurst of material used I u the constructionlarger quantities than any other house in this city. Tbe expense of- - our UIUUI PUIBs SHIM UVHf tSMUCI VJ)w W M sepilWa nsts computed srraugeiaeal by villous. PIANO and ORGAN Department is far less than some houswhlett wscso furnish th We havo reached lower Piano Organ trade. Goods es doing exclusively n teuderedand any dealers in this market, and guarantee by prices than have been COLVMIiIlN I.UOaiESs.t8i!, all instruments as represented. We sell ou easy monthly or quarterly payAndaJsu with Cluelnuatl manufacturers bv which ws can furulsh s betttr iluggy for tee money then In Urger4nMatitlM than ever before. ments, aud any instrument taken ou trial, not proving as represented, may suy ou els. Th patronsg of lb cltlseos of Wo solicit correspondence with persons desir be returned at our expense. lloile snd sJJoIalug couutlr lirrepectfully solic Itrd. special atteutlou paid to Kkl'AIHINQ n iiiK to purchase, and take pleasure in unsweriui; all inquiries. sit Its bisocbes. All our work guaranteed, 1IKUOE, WARKKX A CO. JOHN CHURCH fc CO. n.steot NatlTH MUKa'HY. Hoot, NIioch, Hats, PIANOS and ORGANS, Furnishing T Tho $thr Sih M Crow Romnnct ot a Poor Young OH Produttion of Snfr W Mohtl . CHURCH HIHIH.THU. JIOU.SK! We hare Wn tv good many years A lady correspondent at Center The latest cesmM bulletin gives somo RTAnroRD tttaaKT learning what crows wero mado for, Whito Ureek, WiwMtton County, interesting facts as to the sugar cane IwllliUnd my yonng lick, Jack John, at my MKTHOM8T, SOUTH r Hav. J. B. Huh,nlakt. ntornlnt and placa, I tnllee Kaat of Stanford, foli(JwlrwManco of real production of thoUnited Slates in 1879. LANCASTER HTAKFOBD, 3iY KENTUCKY. colt In get up, walk around litat 1 Ttilml!K a Tratar Mnllnga Ttinradar tilfita. Hundar School and tb 1moh is MiTcry well un- sends us tlw l aurk. mother Tha No roll, no pay. Minamata Ii traded or remotnl BJSLi'uTiii.": --1LT.V rr.' loniry derstood. This year wo ara likely lo life. It concerns n nativo of Wash Tho production of sugar reached 170, mrtta hara on tha lit from Ilia neighborhood without eatlifylnt ma thai JOHN T. IIKHHNS, l'KOl'KIKTOK. Fritoy MoraiBf, - March , 188? get additional light. Tho crop was ington county, Sho says: hall not In Ml, Ida arawn la iln. ltlBjfM Suntfar la tarn month, at i o'clock Mra. T, T. 000 hogsheads, and of molasses nearly ol.t, paat, Mack wild tn.alr nw an! about IS Iiatlraa, Call an I a hllroltt. namlahlih TJAITMT.-.1- U v. J. M. Map. lis. good, but after it was gathered tho , Fivo ytars asm a Mof.aiM JwWc.t 17,000,000 gallons. A FIRST - CLASS HOTEL This is a remark- I7;fol-Nil. AH .NHKHIO.X. 13 ob rVcond aii it. m,.i..i. M.ki ..! A Rtturrtction That Hung fire. Bight, rraw Mcttlng .Tory Wlnklaraftr-noon- . grub of tho May bug began to show country girl of twentymo 'siimmers, ablo incrcaso ovor tho nmoutit report tnarery particular, The patronage ol the pnl.lle Bun Jiy School at .o a, m. K.B, Barrow eollcltcd, an-- l latlafacttun guarintred. ILtf Speaking of the rtorjr now going the results of its depredations, both in following tho path of duty, enlisted in ed in 1870, when 87,000 hogsheads A Chance for Bargain. around, that Brignam Young's death the pastures and in the meadows. tho holy wars and sailed with a band of sugar and 0,000,000 gallons of mo-at- CMHIHTIANWerawlr hy tk. Kld.Joa, by Mallou o Vint and Third lord'a data. was a iImdi in order that ho might ap My attention was called to them by of brothers to a far off heathen shore, lanes wero produced. But tho presI wlili to aril nif IratlofKnob l.an-ltl.l at Joa. 8aranr, 8uprlntdtnt, pear at aomo futuro time as ono res- - tho flocki of crows Jn tho big pasture lcaviug behind her two .rejected , and ent yield docs not comparo so favoraCONTAINING 100 AKKN! I, B. M,KI- MhIh .St., SfHiirut'it, Ky. PnrailVTKItlAK. BOUTII.-M- .T.at urrcctcd from tho dead and thorcby anj th0 BdioiniBif fields. I did not likewise iwsrtblo lover)' one n ltd of bly with that returned by Iho census 8coo1 Slliiatnt almul 4 nillra Sou Hi of Ntanfnrtt, anil li0. John w. Union 1'raytr Matting on .M.U., HBiwiini.min known ai tha ol.l "Poor-lloFarm- " II liai on WadnMday nlghti. faithful in their ndhor-enc- o suppuso thero were so many crows in low condition, and tho Other h regular of 18G0, which was 231,000 bogheads strengthen tho lit- a JOHN DINWIDDIE,PR0'E, It I wo mull ImiIIJIdc.ran llicomf.tll.l,iporch, In which a amall family tonntl an to his lustful doctrines, reminds the neighborhood. They frequent tho patrician. But tho heathen have of sugar and 15,000.000 gallons of mopprlDf near tha hulMi.Rti atnutWM youn App Ttrri us of tho fact that Brigham was much shoroin winter, coming long distances souls to bo saved, aud for four years lasses. The bulk both of sugar and OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 Waring, l nfwlrct If nit, manr ot which ara now FINK PIANO FOR SALE! a qiianlltr of gon-- Tlmlir,anch aa poplar, ak, chriintit, Ac. too, o4d to attempt any such scheme, to feed upon tho clam basks, when our hcroino followed molasses, is tho production of LouisiaANY nrailltNO KXCrXLKJtT and that, if ho did, ho might faro ns food is Ecarco elsewhere But their tho noblo calling sho had chosen. na. In tho present census returns, BOARD, 92.00 DAY. tHanror.1, Kj, r'fbmaty J, M1. Hllrl, B.w ONB obtain a bargain AH railing tin lb. ran by Ithaalmn ual ailotrn badly m did a certain other Mormon favoritu diet in summer time seems to Earlr in MaV. 1831, our fair.toilor'Mii that Stato is credited with nearly 11, Special Accommodation to Commercial Desirable House and Lot tlma. W. P. WALTON, Stanford. prophet somo thirty or forty years be the worms that come from tho May tho vinoyanljueeming that IhPlfcaih- - 000,000 gals, of molasses and more Travolers. -since, beforo, wo believo, Salt Lako bug. They have great skill. in do ens wero sufficiently converted to ad- than 181,500 hogsheads of sugar. Its h CANivmnselected as tho location of the tecting the precenco of this grub, and mit of a visit to her nativo shore, re- production of tho former articlo has Baggage Transferred Tree of Charge was earthly Taradijo of tho Latter Day if the crows were protected in their signed her chargo Tor a period and trebled since 1870, and of the latter I have recently Ukon charge of this house lofltr for lata piltalelr in; llouaeatxILal, ! II 1 Saints. This particular Saint, being I periuu! oi incuuauon .1 sailed, via England, for her own homo more than doubled. and intend to have locatol, In tha Wrat nj of Stanford, inoy wouiu Bucotaoialo Dan.hrrly A HoIium, accommodations. Thalothai.Wal.lt. theilwtlllnf anil out lioutra. fearful that tho faith of tho brethren so numcroua as to exterminate and harbor. I An English nobleman In the period between midnight and a rottata lullahl fur a aniill lanillr, and Ilia was not as Implicit as it should bo, these pests, or to reduce their number who chanced to be among tho passenwholo Ilea In inch a war that lateral mora cotla- - NTANIOHI), - . KENTUCKY, six in tho morning, tho animal vital and recognizing tho fact that recruits so much that they would do no ser- gers became interested in tho poor ( rouM I built, uMn to each a jooj jiiJ and processes a,ro at their lowest ebb. It sarden. Wraoni drilling inch propcrtr will plciw MauurACTuaBra or were alow in coming into the Mor- ious damage. In somo of my fields American, aud ero tho good ship anrallonoraddniauaat Stanford, or apply toW. is in theso times that thoso who aro STANFORD. KY. mon camp, resolved to liven up things the grass roots aro destroyed in large chored at Liverpool had offered his r. Walton, orihr Idtkiiob Joui.tat. enfeebled from any causo mest fro Hn.NAKTI.IIUA", Fine Carriages, Buggies, by the performance of a miracle, in patches, so that you can scrape off the hand, heart and fortuuo and been ac quently die. Wo physicians often E. II. BURNSIDE, - Propr. which he should assume tho rolo of stubble with a rako. There can be cepted. 'At London the lovers parted consider theso hours as critical, and STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, one resurrected from the dead. Ac no good crop of hay until theso places soon to meet again, to receivo a fathforwarn anxious friends in respect to This Old and Woll Known cordingly he took into his confidenco aro Hotol Still Maintains its genera er's blessing aud part no more. Tho them. From timo ior several immmemorial thoso IIKIOT 8T,8TANrOKt KY., High Reputation, several other many wived brethren, tions war baa been waged upon tho bride of the future continued her who have becu accustomed to wait AND and together they perfected a plan. crow, because he pulled corn out in journoy alone with her trousseau, and and attend on tho sick, have noted Its Proprietor ii Determined that UWINE, He was to die, lie in state for several tho retired fields on tho edges of tho was soon welcomed iu Now York by a it Shall be Second to no Country these hours most anxiously, so that Hotel in the State in its Fare, days, be burial and resurrected in woodland. Town and State have put host of admiring relatives and tho fornaui.it la havo been called by one of our i Appointments, or Attea- Monunirnla, three days, after tho manner of Christ. bounties upon him, and he has been gotten lovers. Preparation werccom-mence- d they t tion to Comfort of tlradatiMiri, old writers "tho hours of fate." In He died, apparently, and his confed- hunted at all stages of tho year to Tahlrta, .It tnelr uumu. for tho reception of theTnoble, this M.cl.l. Work space of timo the influence of tho erates announced that at a certain get bounty money. Tho boys have and the disappointed lovers sighed fur AND of all kln.li ZFf life giving sun has been longest with- Batajaga will ka coaraj.4 to aal from thadtpot jji-lMneatly atacu-trfrra afcharfa. Spatial arromaaodatlOBi to timo ho would return from the land sought out his nesting place, climbed the things which "might havo been." and aatla lo Coaaaicrr lalTraialf ra. Tka Har will ba faction guir alwaya tappllrd with tka ckclrcat ot tho dead a regular encyclopaedia of tall trees and cleaned his nest of the But alas! the nobleman met with a drawn from man, and the hearts that kl anted. lav WAGONS OF kraadaof Llqaon aad Clgara. ' aro even the strongest beat then with ALL KINDS. igni and spiritual learning, and ever thereafter callow young. Men have put a dead financial misfortune. Tenderly did subdued force. Sleep is heaviest and on applicaWanianufaclora Carrlifea of all Jnrrlpll&oi, the church would have wisdom direct carcass back of tho barn to entice him he break tho nows to tho distant lair ly tion. uplujlut; onlr Srittlaai woikm.n and ualoj Wives, Motfiers! death is nearest to us all in "the hours only Brttflaee material, and ell at rraaouahl from headquarters to guide her. The within he has been treat- one, nobly releasing her from promises Biuraa-ity- le, wurkmanahlp and material Ill) HAUUII :KTY Saint was buried at the foot of a hill, ed as a deadly cue my. Ho has been which might become irksome. The of fate." II YIIK. in a valley, in order that, when tho branded with a bad name, and "scare- humble and faithful suitor (who One of our prominent attorneys, aa9- -' awMw. supremo moment arrived, tho breth- crow" has been applied to all those chanced to bo nearest), soon became who is tho same time ono of tho lead DARBY'S KENTUCKY'S ROUTE ren and' sisters might view his resur- nondescript contrivances that disfigure dearest, and tho weary heart, taken ing fishermen in the valley, claims ! Prophylactic rection from tho hillside, in ignoranco cornfields to keep off the birds. Still on the rebound, surrendered graceful that tho weather invariably repeats EAST AND SOUTH-EAStho fact that concealed pipes lead he vindicates his right to be, and'tlie ly, and thoy were united' in the and gives the following as the of holy itself, riltliif of Small lua pra- from the coflin to an obscure point on response which nature makes 'tolthis bonds of Chesapeake & Ohio R.R., matrimony, at the residence result of his observations, viz: Tutrd. V Irera nurlOnl a IimImI. the high ground, whereby the dead unreasoning welfare is, "Protect the of the bride's parculs, P'roy Times. All years ending in 9. 0, or 1 are excSiiihII Vox (Ianir.ua prairnlrd and cured. tremely dry. (?) man might bo supplied with nir. crow or do worse." A few less hills of 0LT Wouuda licah-Kratllcalctl. Hcurt.y curd In rapidly, a ahort iu 2, 3, 1, 5 and Gare houWhile lying in state his confederates corn in springtime is small damago Those ending Stories of ghosts aud haunted Hum. Illrrrt Itmilc nllltoHt Cbaa.n er Tart T.ttl.r tlrll mi surreptitiously supplied him with compared to the grass crop of a whole ses nro increasing in number. This is extremely wet. ' MMMBWWHBB.WWWI lileprrimiy ii.rmirai. rorrwra Throat B. MARCHISI, aura euro. Contadon dcalrayrd; Kltk roomIta Ii a DR. Thoso ending in 7 and 8 are ordinafood and prepared his coffin to bo ad farm destroyed by grubs. On tho a suro Bign that' exciting news is scarce pu. UTICA. N.Y., arrwKiK roiatt la rlttrd and mada i.lraaanl, air a. justed to the air pipes leading from whole tho wiseacres at the State capi- with the newspapers. A haunted rily well balanced. Dtaooveror of Dlt, MABCTHSrS and rrfrnlml l.y llalhlnit with rrophylar-ll- c Fluid added to tha water. r0, whIUeouilei-loniamirr- d Those ending in 0 havo extremely UTERINE CATIIOLICON, Krillilrkjand lIuallagtMi, KtauaUn, Char. the grave. It was a hazardous expe- tal made poor work at amending the house is a drawing card, and the re ly He ui loli.illl., Itlchauoad, an.1 the Khwleal, A POSITIVE I.Rt FOR HMAlI.QMPLAIITt. in uaiiiiiijr, Mult teal. ad uioil Cvraforlabl. Koule to riment, but the Saint, miudful only legislation nf the Almighty. Take porter who fails to bring to the sur cold winters. a Impure Air made Tula remedy wlU act In harmoay with tha at all tlmaa. and alio Immediately purified hi and Diphtheria Thoso ending in 2 havo an early upon ilittm of the triumph of pure religion, was care of the crows and the crows will face any thing of a sensational char tha abdominal and itiniM niuKlra, and ai.rlnkllnr; llarbyV lANVIIIiUKtl, IU.NVIM.F, .fOKt'OI.K them to a healthy and atrotig condition. Fluid alnut resolved to carry it out. Iu duo timo take care of your grubs. Tim Burik-er- , ncter can generally fetch the public spring. I'revrtKiMl. Dr. alarcblal'a Utertna Calholiron will enra fall Tu purify tha h r a a I h, tug of tha womb, I.oecrrlira, Ctironla InBamua. II 1 have a late spring. ueantcina Train, Thoso onding in with a gnost story well told and prop he was buried, amid the wails of the in American Agricultural, am aLL ran I iiurnuaetj lion and Ulceration of tha Womb, Incidental Those ending in 3 and 1 are subject Ileroorrhara or Flooding, Talnrai, Buppreiwd Cholera dlialpatrd Hhlp Farrr prcTentcl liy It brethren and sisters. On tho third crly authenticated. If you read pa and Irregular Uenatraatlon, Kidney Complaint, naa, Keiaore all unpleaaant odonu Catarrh "The patent wagon-tonguman" pers during tho war you may notice to great floods. and la rrpeclally adapted to tha Chang of Ufa. Virginia tt North Carolina Feiata. day the entire Mormon population London Times. and cured. Krralpelaa rurrd. Hum a Bend for pami.hlct frra. All lettrra of Inquiry has been having things pretty much that no ghost stories appeared. Hauntaa Inalanliy Hrare pratcnted anawered. In raic oa Addrera fre.lT congregated about the grave to see Ctllt Mtl.K 11V AI.I.IIItniGIHT. for leatli In tha faoua. II A Methodist Custom. The full I'l'LiuiM Coaiiiia AiT.cuib. ) aura and ailc bottla I'r ice S1.&0 the wonderful awakening. The grave bis own way among the Missouri far- ed houses wero closed during all that ahkuld alwan l ua. d Vt Marthl.l". trrlnaCathoilcon, Take no Mber term of four years had nearly expirabout tha cor- -lt was opened by the chosen ones, the mers. He drives up to a farmer's period for want of patronage. Of For ticket, and further iBfoimalloB, apply to will preranl any Ncarlot ed, and thoy were discussing at the . atuelL yournierr.1 ticket olBce, or I coffin lifted out, when, to their dis- house aud during his talk with tho what account would one miserable litMonroe, lilt. Fialghtand I'laMUki. Ag't.Lei. An Amidol tor aniFever Cured mal or aeicalahla i Inglon, Ky. farmer lets him know what a big bu- tle, ghost have beep when the wires breakfast table the certainty that they may, water was observed to issue v allfia. Ac. must move, and the uncertainty as to Ilaneeroua itffluvla. nl ' i.i.kk. from it at the air holes previously siness he is doing with a certain wag- were thrilling the particulars of bat?r M.on.r. " w- - i'.te'r Ag't, Ick lumuiauJ rmanitala rrruored by Ha uao, Ycl tl.n'l where, when the young miss of the KKMK.ati, Vi.oi.Ui low t tier eradicated. In bet II la tha Ileal made. But they could not retreat, and on tongue patent. He is on his way tles in which thousands of contestants drew a heavy sigh. SymDisinfectant and Purifier the lid was unscrewed and taken off. homo, and as he may not be back in wero slaughtered 1 The ghastly in parsonage ratriBKD tr CONDENSED TIME. that county the farmer can have- - tho real life left no place for supernatural pathizing father asks the cause, and There lay the Saintly one, clad in tho j. ii. zr.t.is a .. she replies. "Oh, I was thinking what Uanufacturlof l."hrulite, Sole I'roprlelora. right for the county for S250. If the horrors. It is in the weak ond pip habiliments of death and very dead a mistake mother and I mado when E indeed. There was no resurrection, farmer should want it he may just ing times of poaco that a ghost' walks we married a Methodist minister. few days the swindler's mo3t successfully. Cincinnati Satand the fact came near breaKiog up write. Iu a ("Boston Transcript. HAII.HUAD I.IXE. tho church. While the body lay in confederate happens along. He has urday Night. IUySlallton,rl(htMnd loot STILL LEADS WITH THE while: li?i hand, til, foaled and near front foot learned that the farmer has the right 1171; 1ml by lo ' the grave it had rained very hard for TRAINS tloIKO KOKTll. A New Orleans octoroon girl uaru- Tho petition bearing the names of Chaa. Duiiu, btanfunl, Lincoln Cu., Ky. Maacti I, last, Ex. Sun. Hired by Mewenurr Chirr, tho lira of Uarerl, some hours, and the water from the of tho county for the patent wagon . 11,000 young ladies of Utah protest- ed Lydia Montrose is to be pu t for 2 8: Maud M record 1 la ealt &l l r .... k Warn old, ilena 0.2.20 (alt at a yean: Mallle Met). 2.20 Lie. lUehumnd hillside flooded tho air pipes which tongue, and as he has made a big thing ing against any legislation to disturb ward conspicuously as a tragic actress. " Ijucailer. .,.. Jo gait at 3 yrara; Abel AUIall.b.JuOiall at I yuan; Llflngatno jo Iff out of it in Nebraska, he wauts to roc sure," 3.2) gill at a yrara old, end other Sheisdoicribed as being superlatively were to have preserved the apostle's the present social and political condi. good onea. '.' ""hard. . uu as lat daiu by rVntluel, record i.W and the lira life, filled tho coffin with water and buy the right of the county for $400. tion of'tha't territory is really a strong beautiful, with a deep, musical voice. hlaolord.....,.,..., ,3 io u " Hh.lby of Von Arnlu). record 2.22. retwntlr bouiht ll.B.IIU Juoclloo.......i 1 tl " by Commodore N. W. KtUoo fur Itu.OOO; An. She learns readily, and is being caredrowned him. There can be no reas- He pays $10 down to bind tho bar- argument in favor of the pending " Young Sentinel, celte, jn A, 2rM; ' Lebanou ,. , ,,,, Vlrandlerr, 2.2GW, Mleuon, 2.27k; Caiioul,2:2S!;, onable doubt that Brighara Young is gain. The larmer at once writes to j! measure. There is ample fully drilled for u tou next season. New Helen. 4 bentloel, (I'ate'a) 2. Jo, Grand rVnllnal, No. 1 sending his note for $250. He ,,, Seotlnel la full hrotber to Volunteer, that alanda Arr. I,ebamm Junction. Her wardrobe is to be something asequally as dead as the man who atevidence that the young daughters of " ClnclBiiall Juoctlon.. OS ..... 4 M at IJOO the leaaun, and la the lire of BL Julian, never hears of cither of the men " Ivoulnllla....,.. tempted the resurrection trick forty renord,2ll5.,andol20otheiawlll record! of 2.MI MM.. 20 Mormon parents aro at heart opposed tonishing, aud gorgeous street posters or beilrr. again, but his note comes up for colTHAINS UOI.MI MOUTH. 2d dam Sunday Argus. Alexander'. Abdallab, Ibe yjars ago. to polygamy, but they must bow to will herald her like a circus. Up to AND SELL THE BEST Tborndale,by2:22), Major Z.ll, Itoaallnd, lire of iiou.iulin ll. u, recuril lection in u neighboring town all the .llil; JTi at iTTnJE 2 29, HI. Klmo, Sun. tho tyranny of tho priesthood. Tho this time she has been a teacher in a The Ilugby colony is not a success, sa me. Aleiaudir'e Abdallah by llyidyk'a Ham. negro school. gran I lire or Maud H . record 7:M, I.a. liulnllU. .. a 30 a tu BUGGY0N THE GLOBE bletonlan, the fact that these names appear on this w but Gov. Hawkins of Tennessee says .. X 00 p u and the lire of IViler. 2 171,; Nettle, 2.IS; Oram. Lie. blanfurd- Bishop Jaggar writes that he, with " CrahUrehard Ulrl, 2:20; (Jai.Ie,2:2li Jay (ioulj, 2.11J,', and SO 1M " A quarter of a century will elapse FOR THE MONEY. Arr. Urlngitou that it may not prove a complete fail- a party, attended a picnic in January, petition shows to what a remarkable other, with record- - of 2.SO or belter. 4 10 Sddani lir ItedJacket.be br Coui.t. and ho Lr Lra. Imcaler . .., 20" ure. He regards it as having been two thousand feet above the sea, add extent tho young womeu are the slaves before tho funded debt can bo extinau Sherman Morgan lied jacket'a Jam waa aired by Arr. Itlchmood. brother lo lllack of Mormon masters who seek to de- guished in accordanco with the terms FOR CATALOGUE a hall dam aneilra roadHaw k. brought Irou SEND unfortunately located and badly man- ing: "We could not realize that 4th mare, tha it grade them. PULLMAN PALACE CABS Horh by W. I. Vance, Mercer county, Ky., and of tho original contract with tho aged. "There are 200 persons still was a time of ice aud snow . Meuenger bluud. aid tu be Chief AND TESTIMONIALS OF waaalrolbyof AbdalUh 1'llot, thaMeueugerI'lcard. To Meiupbla, Little Koce. Mobile, Monlgouary. at home. bondholders. The last installment of lira ol adds; "a few are Germans there,' he Fall of Bald Mountain. A the- - national bonded indebtedness beand New Orleana. lied Jim, record of 2.M, trial Words .pannot describe the golden bare I 7.U. and Americans. The majority are glory of that ride HUNDREDSOF LIVERYMEN In lat dam by Mambrlno Mrbenger, the grand aire Emigrant! InTeia.tla Newhilr choice of two tout.: tie Mempblior Orleana. Time taucli under an Italian large section ot Bald Mountain, North comes due aud payable in 1807. ulckcrand ralea lower than by any other ofbcott'aThomaa, record 2:21, aud the lire ofl. It Englishmen who aro not workers. Ma- sky, through mountain defiles, with Carolina, near Bakersville, is said to WHO HAVE USED THEM wln.kl, Vi- Mambrlno Chief, the ilie ul Lady route, lllailaolti. bears interest at 4 per cent, in coin, Alilaiuby ny of them are younger sons of noble Thome, record 2:l8Jj; Wooilford Mambrlno, 2:2I!(; QDI0ZE8T, OIIEAPEST AND BE8T the sea below us, and the contrasts have fallen into the valley February and the principal of it is 6738,769.40. Mambrlno I'llot, 2.27, Darkrmi, 1.1V, 1; Mamhrf. wealthy families, and, as a rule, and no Htar, 2:28; Bay Henry, 2;2vi; Urlguolla, of light and deep shadow as the sun 13. The rumbling noise preceding This is nearly Koute to all polata InMlaaoiirl, Kauiaa, llllnoli, f of the whole they are thriftless and dissipated. Indiana, Iowa, Nrbraika, Colorado, Arkaniaa. 3rd dam bir Imn. Nai.deon. known .. ih. r.i went down. Tho distant mountains tho crash was heard for miles. The interest-bearinOnly one change lo Chicago, St Uuli and Fat. debt of the United bunting horae of Kugland. They have no liking for any kind ot rw, lunurr luiurmaiiuu aiout tickcla to toe cause of the fall is uncertain; probably and sea seemed to melt into tho crim 4th dam by Teiupvi; South, Kanaaa. Colorado, an I ewlgrint ratea tu 8tates. Sthdaiu hy Tiger IV hip; work required of them, or, tor that son r lor Ida, add.-eO, ATMUKK, sky, and, wrapped in a dreamy the recent heavy rain and snow storms Cth dam by D.rnaby'a Dlumede, Jlf"- ' Ticket Agt Ixiuliillle, Ky. Henry Wattersou, the editor of the COLUMBUS by fanuon'a Whip; for any kind nf work. They matter, have something to do with it. .A Or F. J. Anthony, Agl Stanturd, Ky. OHIO. 7th dam br bhtp'a raragou. haze, made us think of the Prophet's 3th dam will con Louisvillo Courier-Journa- l, ItKKKBENfrai spend their time iu hunting and in words Abdallah ('Hot waa ilrrd by Alexauder'a Abdal'Ihino eyes shall see tho King smaller landslide, four years ago', gavo tribute curious Ukxtlbukmi 1 bava been handling youl lah. a paper to the April Drawaler r playing billiards, lawn tennis, and wiKoni, phartona, tc, for Iho lat dam lllandlna by Mambrlno t bier, "BLUE-OEA8- 8 R0DTE." in His beauty; they shall lehold tho rise to local fears ot a volcanic erupmat four eira. Mo far I her liava ctrcn cotlra 2nd dim the Ulrcli mare, by I'arker'a lirown II other kinds of amusements." There is tion. The taller part of tho peak is Century, on the "Oddities of South- aatlifiictUu toall wbobara bounht them, and I lot. (dam of Iluaallud. 2.21k). Mambrlno llnun. hind that is very far off.' " to be able tn icll a (reat many more Ibla grr waa tired by Membrlno iaymaiter, the aire ol plenty of fine iron on the land, but the aeaaon described as a "slice half a mitesquare," ern Life." It deals mainly with the eicl than any of foe prerloua yrara. Truitioa; Mambrlno Chief. Dam by Van llauialler'a tlray CENTRAL R. , ..; humorous side of Southern character you will l able to All all order, promptly, I am, Me.aeiigrr.ol He la balfbrotbortotloll.h and Iota, The Post Master General has decicolonists make no effort to mino it. aud many the Ural trotter., tola waa regarded NiriiOLaa IUnki, Llrrrymau. Iu her day aaoucol the Uat trolling mareallTlng, Larayetle.ina. The end of tho world 1$ jostpoiied in tho days before tha war, and conOnly about fifty acres of the original ded postmasters to be responsible for Mambrlno raymaalcr waa aired by old --THK MOST DESIUA W.E KOUTE TO OaalLEUKN We hare lawn uilng and be by Imp Meaaeuger. purchase of 30,000 acres, are under the payment of subscriptions to news- uutil 1880. A German paper asserts tains also the author's views of the your work In Clarke county fur Iho andaelllng pait, lour ouraalTea yeara with papers, where tho papers aro not tak- that a slab has recently been excavat changes for the better that have grown tuitoiiieri. tha beat aattariirllunaratounlierully and MESSENGER' PRINCE! cultivation. Your bugglva en from their offices when postmasters ed at Oberemmel, which conlaius an out of the new and more wholesome' for tha price by our cuiloiucra to be the rery beat that can be bounht In the country. Canon Farar says: "He alone by Hay Stallion, no while; foaled In 1379: brad by la pronounced Your fail to notify publishers of the fact. Inscription iu Latin, which, being relations between tho North and the by all Coinblnatiou. spring Uuggy paaleat rldlnic Chaa. Duun. Stanford, Moculurouuly, Ky. THK ONLY LINE KUNNINO and to lie the Sncat, whom the hairs of our head are numhired by Meueuger Chief. wagon . buKity now In uae. Your llrawatrr ilde-btranslated, means: When, Easter falls South. The law requires postmasters to noti lit dim br Alcalde. .Ira of ll.l.a. ruxir.l.rilU;. Taklog alllnall, la certainly without a lira! bered, can count the widows who are on St. Mark's (April 25), aud White we frarleaaly aay that cannot be I.ulgma, tsjti Fa cy Day, 2.3'J, Sleighing incident: "Uussie dear,' beaten In Ibu country furyour bumilra a.n.1 duraPARLOR OARS 2d dam by Foreigner; widows because of alcohol; the gray fy publishers of all newspapers which atyla, Uulali, 3rd dam. Itoae Mary, by Imp. riu welgu; remain uncalled for by subscribers. Suuday on St. Anthony's (Juno 13), said she, us she leaued u tender cheek bility. Youra truly, 4llidam by Imn. Lerlalbau; hail s that it made gray; tho sad hearts Tkhmant A Muiu. UETWEEN and Corpus Domini on St. John's' on his manly, checked ulster, till dam Juliet by Koacluwo; "why Hprlngfleld, Ohio. 0 h ilaui lllauk by Sir Archy: that it has crushed with sadness; tho Blank cards are furnished for this (June 24), nil the world will call for are those 7th daiu by Imp. fart he, by Sir I'rlt'r Telle; now fur (Ikhtlkukn: I bad In llierr like your mous- orer two yean, and liaie not ipvut a dollar fur ruined families that it has rulued; tho purpose by tho department at Wash 8'hdam by Itahby ltor.lr.ui; Toxlnutm itiul Cliitiliumtl. bare help. This interesting conjunction tache?'' This plciued him, even Kill dam to new. on thaw, aud they look nearly ai good aa Krllie, Sjieraniaa, owu ilalrr Iu ralliuui, by brilliant minds that it has quenched; ington, or in tho absence of that 11... bad buevlea of MTeral oilier luaiiu. will tako place five years hence. lolli daiu by Virago, by Suap; have It noticed. "I, don't know, pet," iaclurera, aud Mud uoueeogoodaa the Culumhua the untold promises which it cankered; means, the piper can be enclosed to lllh daiu br lllack and all lllack br Crab: Uuggy Cumiuuy'aliugglea, lleapectfully, TIME TABLE, IN EFKEOf UAUCU IJ, IMI- i12th dam MUa bluiuerklo, by young Tiuelljue; tho publisher by mail, and marked T. K. llaoiDMiM. ho murmured, innocently. "Why Conyara, (Jvorgla. the bright and happy boys and girls 13lh daui by I .on! OiToid, Duu Arabian; The bridge which is to span East "Refused." Uoyal Lte, Ixluglou ........... Elizabeth town News. Itlbdaui by Dr. Arcby'a 7.30 am 2.IS pu whom it lias blasted into misery; tho river uiid connect Now York aud aro thoy?" "Because they are slow tJmiTLicimi: Tbebugglea I bare had of your tuare; : a m 12:30 p w . ;j Maynllle Forelguer vrmlre.1 by Iiuii. (Ilcnue, coming down." lie drove with both manufacture nana 1 ttlreu uia entire aailifactlou. .20 a bi 3.03 p iu waeaj4WaaiBM4B-- a young and gifted whom it has hurried Tho lulling schooner Addio Thatch- Brooklyn, it is now promised, will bo ?" iiiauaui, iwrina. waa a uue rate tuare at all Tbay are the boat nare erer uiod for lue aame " Cllithllli. ..... 8.13 aiu 3:40 pu dlalaucea. For her pcrfurmaurea ire Turf ItrgUler. amount of mouey. Youra truly, " Falmouth ,... 10:00 au 4.4g b u into dishonored aud nameless graves. " er had a singular mishap recently. completed aud open for travel - by hands after this. Alcade w anl red br Mamhrluo Cblel. V. CoLLiaa, I.lreryiuan, Arr. Uiicliiii.il. ........ lltti au W pu lat dam br I'llot. Jr.. the aire of John Mur.au. 1 Joplln, Uliaourl, -la I..I T.iulil.. best' of reaious: A story is told .March 1, 1883. has already cost The ilH. T.,k.. t,it.11lIt DUlnfocUnU are aUolutely nerxeeary She was laid up at Wilson's wharf, (iKdTlKuaii: with the Tattler, J.Mi (Jueco of ihe Writ, i.u,, Cleucral Uare Ixlotouil4.5p. u.audarrlta at Mara- and .Monday the board of an old gentleman who always took luauufjctureofand I barabeenIu connected for tlftpeil Sherman, 2:'iK, and the grand lire o ai aud R. till. 3.13 p. u. Free Parlor Car leatae eiiiecially la ciue of Diphtheria, Scarlet, Fall River, for the winter, and durbugglea dealing LilngtouatI:l3. u. andleatea record 2:1 Mamormo uiii, 2.20: Voltaire. Mi! Your Typhoid, Yellow and Malarial Fovem. ing tho recent cold suup rats gnawed of trustees resolved that tho people of uotos of his minister's sermon, and on yrara. but Ii work dore not look Ilka moat factory Scotland, 0C' , Cincinnati at I p. ui. llrl.a, 2:20,1 llllly lloaklua, work, amoothly Bnlahod Iu wood, Iron, iiw, ..v, Uaed Iu ual uiaia Ulackburu'a Whip, Darby. l'roliylictIc Fluid U the great a hole through her planks just above the two cities should stand aud deliv- ono occasiou read them to the minis-te- r painting aud trluiuiag. Material haa proved the W dam by to Uuggy Cuiupauy'a buggtaa wluiuhui CIom ooonectlon mada luClaclnnall for all polala horaea will wake Ibe kino of 133 tllelnfeclant and purifier. It aliurdi the ice. The hole was not noticed at er a cool million and a quarter beforo himself. "Stop, stop 1" said he, be of the Uat. Thar ruu lUut. rjierrouelu atThe ahote Chaa. Duun'., 2), ultra from Slauford, on Norlh.Eaat and Welt. cWUI rattl to Ktulgraati. tbla couuly who bare bought your buggtaa are from contagion, it It a relief aud place, (or llranch l'lke,,roue wile from Htauford aud Alk the Agent at the "ltuih the the time, and tho weight ot suow upon tho structure cau bo completed. Tho at the occurrence of a certaiu sen- well Ideaaed) they glretrulir. beat oraallabcllou. the "Ulu. HraH luiute.'! Kouud" Laucaater pike, and 3 cut lue from Stanford aud Your, cum lo the ilck room, will purify Ilia air liautllla pita. Abdallab Neeaenger at 20 to In. trip tlikat; from Maynllle aud Uilugton E. K.Watt. tl Wlncbealtr, llli. total cost by time of completion, if. it tence, "I didn't say that," "I know aold at raduoed ratea. and dutroy vile odora without creating the deck caused the vessel to settle unaure a uaie Iu toil. MviMnger 1'rliue at III lo For ratea ou boualiold gooja and vreataru tlik. luiure a ware Iu foal. Mouey due aa aoou aa tbe another, Ai a household remedy it it In- til the water ran in through tho hole is not increased, will not be fur from. you didn't," was tho reply, "I put eta, addrraa CHAS. A. IIA.I.CTT, fact la awerlatned. Addrraa " ara. tleo. Kulgrallott Agt., Uoilugteu, Xy, wix.'auiao Llucoluourvrv, valuable, that in,inyelXto, make eonse," sixteen' millitfNI.aV t and iho tank. t mm blauford, Dealer for Lincoln and Garrard Oos, couuly, Ky, mMuk$ntm$m - at. latlttfiflNN TAI JOHN! an-- Hun-ta- -- !."- -!..: 3t ... ftaim-w- im. a ST.ASAPHHOTEL an-- g PER DFO0R in s.a.x,:eu Daugherty&Hyde - first-cla- ss MYERS HOTEL, H-- " mmi -l PHAETONS. iwL-J9- Banturs, d eunaM-err- Groat Germ Destroyer, Fluid J. ham-lea- "' . e ir y win TKlv adjrta.-W.'W- a. Wr,, I iflYi Ifflf Abdallah Messoiigor! I,- eeenk-ar- I ' I.-.- - anti-polyga- Mllchell.burg.... Clly... IHTHEVfORlD. .... .. . . . m RES" ono-hal- g 11' BrC aorti-at- , cV i. ilde-ha- - i. FREE snow-flake- s black-lrggi- i i.i-iV- -- abote-name- d tuClu-cluua- ,i UL.IIUOWN, O.I-.A- A.