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Semi-weekly interior journal: April 4, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882040401_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: April 4, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. U :n jfcntt - Halli Mfefiif lonfimL . . j VOLUME Scmr-29ttthl X.-NU- MBER 010. SOME PRESS COMMENTS, A STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY, APRIL Few Ntwtpapir facte. Wooden flour. 4, 1882 NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 31. Sfnicriorlonmal Ed,tor and Proprietor. W. P,XW ALTON, T. ft. WALTOH, - Butlneu Manager. SonscutiTioN, 2.so Pirn Annum. - The Now York Kveninv Pool con sldors tho following Longfellow'- finest eonticl: " A. a fond mother) when lb daf ' "'" T tb hind her little thlM In Led, Halfwltllng, half reluctant to U led, hit Iroken lrthlnf on th floor. And Mill gating at tlirai throuf h the open Joor, Nor wholly reauured. and comforted By promlteofothereln thrlratead. Which, though, more aplendld, niay rxit pleat (Tim more; Vonilur dealt with ut, ami laktiawar Our plaything on be on, and bf the hand that we go Lentim rVarrtk'nOwloglf w with to go or afar, Heine too full of alecp to understand How far Hit unknown tranirni.il Ilia whit Idi ltM trrtttnll loow." . A n Two Thoutand Dollar Tooth. man fn n largo active iniaincsi, in Now York, said in our hcariug : A "Thp.wont oversight of my younger tlaya "win tliat somebody uiif not instruct mo to take caro of my teeth. At fifty yean of ago I hnvo hut eight natural teeth left, and I could well afford to pay oven $2,000 ajiicco Id get back half a dozen or moro that I needlessly lost." In explanation ho put it in this way: "Artificial teeth nro at jjest a very poor subUituto. I am ia a Urga huiinoM that needs a good deal of strength of body and mind. All strength comes from good food well digested. Hut perfect ony takci place when food is thoroughly maticatcd (chewed) and mixed with tho mliva, and good, firm, natural tctlt aro essential for this. Ko, if I had better teeth I could do a great deal moro of profitable buiincss, and earn (additional money enough to pay n great prico for several of them. This is worth thinking of by tho ( young. Hero aro some good rules : lit. Never crack nuts with tho toeth, or bite very hard substances; it breaks or cracks tho enamel and hastens 2d. Always brush tho teeth before going t3 bod, if not in tho morning also, and use rt wooden or quill looth pick (not pins or other metal), to reraovo any food from be twecu tho teeth. If left there over night it ferments and injures tljo Uso only a moderately still teeth. tooth brush; a very still ono iujures tho gums, and promotes decay. 3d. Do not uso any of tho "boughtcn" do-ca- y. , unlcu it bo finely powdered orris root. Tho most active which whiten tho teeth tooth-powderstooth-powder- quickly, contain injurious acidi nud alkalies. Charcoal, howovcr Pino, is not good; it has tho "grit" rind wear of diamond dint. fth. If tho slight est decay begins on any tooth, hnvo a reliable, skillful dentist plug it firmly at onco. It will bo ono of tho best possible investments of a small sum for tho future. - By an unaccountablo misapprehen Thcro is danger ahead of tho mill- Desirable Houso and Lot Mr. W. I. Walton, editor of the siun of facts, there is a largo class of ing fraternity, and It may bo as well -- IN HTANPOUDIntkriOh Jouiinai,, Stanford, pub- peoplo in tho world who think that it to tnko timo by tho fetlock and prelishes a card showing up Gov. Dtack-bur- n costs liltlo or nothing to ruu a news- pare to meet it. Good Ihaltli says IIhtc JhmI received and will keep coHHfniitly oh hand n frcih aa an Inciter to assassination. paper, and if they buy a copy occa- bread of highly nutritious and palataI offer fur il jirlralrlf mj HouwandliOt, lino efthfl cliolccHt reproduco it next week. Wo'll sionally thoy aro regular patrons and ble character may bo made from wood. local), In tho Writ nt of Htanfonl. rilrcckinridgo News. aro entitled to unlimited favorsM Mon Think of this fur a moment. When The lot h.a, IIIm th dwelling anl out houiet, a cott amall l.mllr, anj the Gov. lllnckhurn's denial of the ask for a copy of a newspaper for tho prico of wood pulp, for paper man- whole Ilea eultaul afor a that lemat more ratta-(In etith way charges inado against him by Mr. W. nothing who would never dream of ufacture, falls below a profitable point, ruu I J lie built, ltlni lo each i food jar.l and P, Walton, of Stanford, has brought begging n pocket handkerchief from a tho pulp can be converted' into flour, ganlen. Teraone Jnlrlnj mrh roertr "l plea call on or Mrrt me at StanforJ, or ar.nl to W. dry goods store, or a piece of candy and this can Iks sold at a price far that gentleman to tho front with his that of flour. WhyT Well there P. Walton, of the Immina Jovtnxu proof. It is good proof. Good dem- from a confectioner, even upon n plea Mra.HAHYMIUAN, is of hnving done business with tltoin will Ira no necessity for middling puriocratic proof, at that. Mr. Walton All or which ihcy will onco before. One paper is not much, fiers, as there will be no middlings; a man of high character, and if Ijo carries tho matter to tho Legislature but thirty or forty at each issuo will tho germ will bo so largo it can be Stanford Female College. ho will carry strength with him. This amount to something in tho coUro of chopped out; tho bran (bark) can bo 8TANIOICI), KY. They arc hIho agcuta Tor (lie wile of MriIIhkIj'h HHpcrler seomi to 1)0 a little bigger elephant timo. Hut this is a small drain com- hewed oil with a i roadaxe. Big thing 1VOOICI1 UeOIIH HHIl IHa-Hthan the Governor ever held by tho pared with tho free advertising a nows aint itf Here's tho process: "Every thing soluble in water is With a Full Corps of Teachers, tail l)of(ro. Louisvillo Commercial. paper is expected to do. Somo people, when they onco pay for an adver- first removed by frcquont maceration After slating tho case tho Columbia tisement, think they are stockholders and boiling; the wood is then reduced Thla InaUtntlon opened Ita Twelltb Bunion so the 2d Monday In &tpleinlr latt, Spectator jays: "If Gov. lilackburn in tho establishment for eternity to a minuto state of division, not used tho langUBgo attributed to him, Without being represented in its ad- merely into fine fibers, but actual ILL TUB BRANCTIFJJ UP A mid his sllonco Indicates that he did, vertising columns wo have had people powder; and after being repeatedly ho has lowered tho dignity of his o request us to gratuitously insert this subjected to heat iu an oven, is ground THOROUGH ENGLISHCOURSE in a manner that calls for severe notice, with tho slight suggestion that; iu tho usual manner of coru. Wood Are taught, aa well aa rebuke. Tho neonlo of Ken tuck v "it will not cost you anything to put thus prepared acquire) tho smell and can not afford tofiavo their Chief this in," which is just as ridiculous as taste of . It is, however, MUUIC. TUB IiANaUAQKB, DHA.W-INExecutive stoop to the language and to ask a man to crtud your axoou his never quite white. It agrees with AND PAINTING!. methods of a professional bully, u or crindstono and graciously tell him itf corn flour in not fermenting without oven in a hasty speech offer a premi- wontcost htm a cant. It takes tuonoy the addition of leaven, and in this caso um for assassination. Mr. Walton to run a newspaper as well as any somo leaven of r is found to hag, it is truo, criticised the Gover- other business; no pajwr can succeed answer best. With this it makes a In Tuition, prlci-- ranee from tU to SM In th regular Departmenta. Primarr, f2S; Intermedial! nor's official conduct with unnecessa financially that carries a dead-heaperfectly uniform and spongy-bread- , Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Collegiate, ISO. ry severity, but whatever of this was system. Any mention of pcoplo's af and when it is thoroughly baked and I Jo; PreparaUMf, ttO.and unjust was harmless, and it did not fairs that they aro anxious to see in has much crust It has a much better Toilet mill Fmiru A rllrlrm, Itooh; Stuttourrv, Tobaeeo and Clgare, Wln'ri, For full partlculara, aa to Board, Ac, adilreaa '' l.tiiu om, . 1'huntrtinm Vrrerl)t lone mid 1'liar- justify thecourso beseems to have print is worth paying for, and when taste of bread than what in tho time ot HRN. N. C. TKOr.lIKAKT, Prlncliml, ! rmmrntloiiH a pursued. printed is generally worth as much as scarcity is prepared Xroni the bran and Stanford. Lincoln Co.. Ky. Nirrlaltu Mr. W. P. Walton, tho editor of any other investment ot tho same husks of corn." Thero has been at times great scartho Imt.iiIoh .Touhnal, sharply ar- amount. Tho newspaper business is very ex city of medium and law grades ot raigns Gov. L P. lilackburn beforo the peoplo of Kentucky. Tho charge acting on nil connected witli it, and flour for export. Thero will be no which Mr. Walton makes over bis me nav is comiiaraliveiv email: mo need ior tins hereafter, as cAjrvibcto -rialr rtinrn mnnpv tnr rnin ftnf i1trn a fait, t nlrtrvranTi nnlna. o:f- lE'insfE own signature is terioiu, and it will nrnnrintfir smaller profits and tho editors, report- hitching-posts- , even carry oil their' or certainly damage the Governor. The convert Governor of Kentucky probably holds crs mid printers work harder and cnimies' front door stem, himself to bo "a superior being," and chcajKT than the same number of men them into a highly nutritious article therefore concludes that any editor in any other profession requiring tho of flour, and ship it oil to supply the of Europe. ' who dares to criticito his official con- given amount of intelligence, training wants of the duct, is au outlaw who should bo hung, and drudgery. The lifo has its charms When tho manufacture of wood flour -C03STSISTI3SrO- OP drawn, and quartered. Now, Luke, and pleasant associations, fcarcely gets under way, how would it do to known to tho oulsido world; but ft convert the big Pillsbury and Wash-ha- s we rebel. Wo tell you, squaro out, its earnest work and anxieties, i burn mills into a Miller's College? you are not our Governor. And if we should ever catch you in our edit- and hours of exhaustion, which also There might be something in this sug Milling World. orial chair, wo would snatch you bald, is not known to thoso who think the gestion. business all lun. iho idea thai news Danville Tribune. you old sinner. Nutmegs grow upon a tree from papertloni is a charmed circle, wbere Mr. W. P. Walton, editor of the tho favored members llvo a lifo of ease, twenty five to thirty feet high, which ! iNTKition Jouiinai, ot Stanford, comes and frco from and go to Iho cir bears a fruit resembling in form and A.IjSO instant, cur at ntght oil" a rreVlicket,-T-ml out in his itsuo of tho sizf tbe secklo j.ear. When ripe the with an ascetic article on Governor travel on free parses in the summer, l outer shell breaks, revealing an inner Blackburn, iu which he charges him is an idea which should bo exploded i case k.n(!wn to cmmce witli attacking tho freedom of tho nnainr. w 1,1, twaa. mi.1 (tin ' InnrnnH " Ama '" " lur" ,a 'cmuvcu, I hih opening dully u Full Line ofthc Itcnt floods In iho Mnrkcl, (o be Sold at Jtoileui Prices. ' press. In his article it seems that tho that succeeds is the one that . ruu on and the nutmeg is found inclosed in a Call and examine. is third sholl, harder than cither of tho Governor is willing to pardon tho nun a square business footing, the same as who will kill Walton. This is cer- banking, buikling bridges or keeping a others. tainly a very excellent opportunity hotel. N. O. Democrat. The Adair Couuty Court met last for some of Walton's enemies to get in Friduy and authorized Judge A. E. their work, as tho Governor is so anxTho bill for postal saviucs deposito- - Sailed to borrow money, not to exceed . . .. i i- i i "l ious about it. Wo must agreo with nes,wiiicu stanus .. upon .i caicuuurui rl gi; OOU, to Ibe distributed among the uio the Jouiinai. in the matter; for it our House of Itcnresentatives and may be oor of this countv. The Court an- Chief Magistrato allows his personal acted on beforo tho close of. the v ses-- pointed Judce 8allee and Messrs.Sinc. feelings to carry him so far, wo will siou, provides thulv moiiej-orik- r post-- , Wheat and J. K. A. Strauge as a expect soon to havo our rights taken offices, and' nono other,-- may1 be desig- - coraraitteo to purchase supplies. siu- from us. Wo of course iufer from nated to receivo deposits; that no Columbia Spectator. -i the Governor's silenco that he has bet- glo detiosit shall be' to? thai! 40 coin T n accordance rrTr-- law of our ter control of his pen than his tonguo. nor Bior? thaiu$100;4thatno UrVtf F0B Sl-- lf - wjoMvaam . bo-lo- Groceries,Confectioneries, FAXVXIXY SUPPLIES, Soil at tho Very Lowest Possible Margin. If I ROBERTS ft T &STAGG OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, STANIOKI), ICY., corn-flour- O TERMS MODERATE. PHARMACEUTISTS corn-flou- d .t-r- inrir-iiff-i- - JUST- OPENED! stock down-trodde- BRAND NEW GOODS IDRY GENTS' FURNISHING BOOTS, SHOES, GOODS ! GrOODS. 3STOTIONS, ... ":. othnS.n' A NICE LINE OF CAHPETS, OIL CLOTHS AND TRUNKS. IE I3- - CWSLEY. IYXIiE, 1 ROBT. S. LYTLE, WU:SSOIt TO McAXITJCU A Lmrrmliuurg enterprise. M a Joke. A terrible warning to practical jokers is ollered in the result of one played on a young Ohio man already dcmorslired by reading light literakind, and ture of a bloodaud-thundc- r ready to bcliqvo in any manifestations of a supernatural and ghostly characiu ghosts 'and ter. ,IIo believed nightly visitors, and always slept with a revolver under his pillow tor the thorn a suitnblo puriKuo of Knowing his weakness, so mo of his young companions, after carefully drawing tho charges from tho pistol, prepared to frighten him. Ono of thorn clad in ghostly attiro en tered his room and wakened him, slowly muttering. Tho boy sat upright, trombliog with four. As the muttering!) continued, ho drew his weapon, and saying, "If you aro a man, 1 shall kill you; if you aro a ghost, this wont hurt you;" fired tho There was a quick motion weapon. of tho shrouded arm, and tho bullet was thrown back, striking the headboard. IIo fired tho remaining barrels, in every caso tho arm pretending to catch tho bullet, and throwing it Then, for a against tho moment be sat gazing at the "ghost," and with a wild shriek of terror, fired tho last blank cartridge, and hurled With a tho pistol at tho object. laugh, the visitor throw off his garments, and iu canio his comrades, when, to their horror, thoy saw on tho young man's face an expression which told tho story. Ho was a raving maniac, and has not yet recoverHorrible Ending of head-boar- i Tub Iiioh Eao. of Berlin is an iron egg, of which the following beautiful story is told: Many years ago a Prince became nffi auccd to n lovely Princess, to whom ho promised to send n magnificent gift as a testimonial of his atfection. Indue time tho messenger arrived bringing the promised gift, which proved to bo an iron egg. Tho Prin cess was so angry to think that the X'nnco should senu her so valueless a present that sho threw it upon tho lloor, when tho iron ei;g opened, dis closing a silver lining. Surprised at such a discovery, she took tho ogg in bcr hand, and whilo examining closo-l- y discovered a secret spring, which she touched and tho silver lining op ened, disclosing a colden yelk. Ex amining it carefully, elio found another spring which, wheu opened, discovered within tho golden yelk a ruby crown, bubjecting that to an exttni nation, she touched a spring, and forth camo the diamond ring with which he affiauced her to himself. In the museum thirty days, and that no Tho occupations and professions of the members ot uongress aro umueu as follows: United States Senate Lawyers, 57; bankers, 0; railroad officials; 3; professional politicians, 3; merchants, 3; manufacturers, 3; miners, 2; general business, 2; farmer, 1; editor, 1. Houso of Reprcsenatatives Lawyers, 195; professional politicians, 10; merchants, 17; editors, 12; farmers. 11; manufacturers, 10; phya- cians, 5; railroad officials, 3; civil engineers, 2; miners, 2; mechanics, 2; clergyman, 1; capitalist, 1; metallurgist, 1. L OluUmrn for Governor. depositor within any period cneap. more than ?e,.u,raen'- - BU8n won his nomination. 8500 shall be received on any singlo Itarian notion Owensboro Post. account. Tho monoy deposited is to bo immediately forwarded to poruol' A paper watch has been exhibited Government depository by the Post- - by n Dresden watchmaker. Tho pa- master receiving it, aud invested by ior is prepared in such a manner as to the Secretary ot the Ireasnry in in- render the watch as serviceable as terest bearing ucurities ihsuwl or those in geueral use. cuaranteed by tho Government. The An Kiutou'.s Opinion. An editorial interest allowo.1 is 2 per. .cent., .and Hliu IIM );ruwii ciiiiiiibiaviiu the expenses aro to Ixrimiu lroin 'tlio'oter a certain remedr which has cored general debilltr and profitH of tho system. Tho details oi him of drapetMia, an editorial aa follow: iiervoimieaj, the management nro also provided "We believe write Brown's Iron liittera are that for. delinel to be T1IK medicino of the world. They real health and atrenth to etery "Now, my darling, say your pray- part cite body, realoie ererr loit or lm- r the ers and tjienTlh wrap) Wif jhyi ..warm Ppalred organic function, and ei'e near life in bed," said a' ChriatiaiP hiother"rto and new vigor to ererr phyaical and men "I'so tal lacultT. r.rery man ana woman in her little scarcu should rejoice that a real cure llei so sleepy, mamma, I tan't." "llut, in Hrown'n Iron Hitter. ynu inusi uui gu iu bict.--i my cniui, your prayers. God without saying I rUOt'KSSIUNAL. wont love n Jitto child ainlesaiUjoy ''Inovct pray." "I'sb 'so sleep. ALEX. ANDEItBON. mind, wake up, dear, aud say (your A'lTOIlNEV , A.T X.A-"prayers like a good little'girl. ''"Oh! Will nracllre. InUANVILLL-- of KV., aoU aJJolnlna Koil. th Courta mamma," pleaded the innocent, couotleaaua Iu the Court of "please let mo 'lono. I don't want to JAMES a. aiVENH, pray, I b'liove Dod'a done don to bed, 'j i, ''Hif anyway."' 3ll Slli SU, LOUISVILLE, KY. ono ofPr. l' ( ..l 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. Having-- bought the McAlister interest in the above 1 'i three-year-ol- ONE-PRIC- E .lll. oj'6 ed. ,,... A caso of singular honesty canio to our knowledgo a few days ago. In 1855 a eeutloiuan - failed in huamoss and compromised with his creditors, among whom was a firm of merchants then doing business in Danville. Tho unpaid baUnco of their claim nmount-oA week or so ago a to 887-2member of the old firm received thro' the mail a check payable to tho firm narao for $171. 10 a sum doublo tho original debt. Tho recipient of tho chock U now a wealthy cltuen of our town, and tho maker is president of a banking iustitutiou iu Louisville. f Danvillo Advocate. d A Providence man having instructed his wife what to do when attacked by burglars, thought he'd test her one evening by disguising his volco aim knocking for admission. She refused to open the door. Then he rattled away at a window until the crash of "Don't go chopping away at the tho patio, tho whizzing of a bullet by his head, persuaded hint to tuuke branches," said nn old woodman to o inmseit Known wunoui any lurinur bis on "Layyourxvattlio rootj ho testing of hor valor and presence of tho tree." And lika n dutiful boy did aa ho was told. Ila laid tho ax mtntl. at tho rootot tho tree, and then went A lady correspondent of the Cin- off lor a day's fishing. cinnati knquirtr says; "I know a fashionable belle who has her arms Tho 'superiority of woman pvor mui lathered and shaved from end to end is shown by tho calculation that on by a barber onco a mouth." Aha I tho average every man speaks mty- Though consumption is very preva- This explains why fentalo arms be- two volumes, six hundred octavo lent in Bt. Petersburg, Russia, it js come at such au curly pages, per nuuum, whilo every woman said that professional singers never dio yearly briugs out fivo luiudrcd volPhiladelphia Cliroulclo-ller- of tbat disease there. It is therefore umes of tho eaino eiie.i iuferrodftliat the excrciso invplved'In Among the little Itrmi of wronal comreTent their diaetae InvuliJ aliould siukitHU aud, tho deep respirations Uova, nalnlng '"ground using llrown'i aud tconoiuy are I'ill. 'fhey much to do Iron Ulltey. It utoixbydecay, keeM the fort the leady remeJy Afet'e defeat iliiny which are healthy condition blood- - warm,.. and glrea the ewiclated dlaordera, taken in eaaon, and aliould he witKftnwuUlBifiK a '"" kent lit erery family ' oftlieMungs. " form a new'IeaBo of life. bald-heade- d darling?" be said, indiscriminately WAIXACB K. VARNON. getting his mouth in closo proximity T. W.VAKNON.V. & W. E. VAItNON, P. Grecian mud highly sensiiivo to her A'l'TOKNHYH A.W XiA."V. nofC, and then, as sho averted' her .TANFOltP, KY. head with a shrug of disgust, hastily Office In Owiler A Boo't new bulMlng-- up atalra. throwing a few fresh cardamon seeds II. O. KAUFPMAN. into.his mouth. "Yes," sho.iuiswered, ATTOItNEY ALT rA,AV, LANCA8TEK, KY. without turning around, "open tho Countjr window aud givo mo alittle fresh nir." Matter Couitululoner audof (larranlAttoruer. Will and adjoining !ractlctn all tbe I'ourt of and'ln the Court Appeal. countiea turned his wife out Au Ohio mau TUOMABlMIIIiZi,JU.r of doors on an intensely cold uight ATTOUNKY AT XjA'W, bocauso sho wished to discharge a STANKOBU, KY. Ihli and adjoining Will la th Uuurta nrettr servant cir). She crawled into counliea aud Iu tbe Court ofot Appeal. Utile In a liar loft, aud nearly frozo to death, Owtler i &m' no uulldloi up ittlri. dipped Iho Next day boiuo MABTEItHON l'BYTON. htisbaud into a b.irrul ot molasies, and A.TTOHN1UV AT , ljAW, iNUKXiHiimairoBraaKYc-ouiiTrfeathers. then rolled .him iu a heap of LIHEItTV. KY. i "Is thero anything I can do for you, Tracllcea Iu all tho CuurU. Collectloni iruuit-IjuiaJ- e. Opposite Myers House, has just received an immense Stock of N imi T THIS KEIsTTCJOKYCLOTHING HOUSE! sv.t stAMFffin, mr. - N j BOUTS UUUIU, UIIUUU, mn IS Of the latest styles, Trunks and Valises of all Kinds, SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, TIES, Also, a nice assortment of LADIES'&MISSES' CUSTOM & EASTERN MADE SHOES, Which we offer at prices that can not help but convince every unbiased mind that GLOVES, PLAIN and FANCY SHIRT'S. aud ad- Will pr.cllre In all lb Court of Jolulng countlt-t- , and In I be Court of Apala. Orbre orer attention siren to colleclloua. IU T rierre'a loio. DH. J. U. OAIU'ENTEU, KENTUCKY BTANI'UnU, Office oyer Ilobt. 8. Ljrtle'a tlore. Office hour r. M i pt trout 1 to 8 a. u j II to I J- u. 7 to on Saturday, wheu he will go to Crab OrchIt) ard till lurlher notice. t'ar ela1 LEB HXJitcja-JorOffice r. HUFFMAN, ar lb M;r llol.l. 1'ureMtrvu. Oilde On administered wh.n required MOUQAN, D. V. ti U Will ofeath utontb,frwu Iu ttt. Awph llotel, when ueceMurjr, ' In BUoford two week Mondar, Ueutal rooua McAHiter A iwo weeaaoi eacn Iroui third Uuudajr. Dental roouialu MawnliouM. ritI'ure nltrou vald gate adiulnltlerod Than was ever before offered in Stanford. Our motto is : a "Quick sales and small profits!" and a call will convince JliaiSTIMT, SffmU U you that we mean what we say. tnt Hrlgbt'. oier ink uonin Allocatur ln, ID. DKL-A- . N 4oJif i BTANKOHP, KY. South aide Mala Blreet, two door abor ij3ntimt WE SELL GOODS CHEAPER l,j in iinrrn 5mi-MttJiI- u InfmarlenAal A mak with beligereftt tendencies Vf'Marylaa), H4M stgfrSjsJ, now. soalcu wife-beatin- g A Mil kevyjusi ab1 (ten vfrcu, Tnesday Morale, if. , -- waltih, which fixes the penalty for tho harm April 4, 1882 less diversion of at torty lashes well laid on on the naked back EBIT9R Of tho offender. JloWikavo the mighty fallen ! Just after ttrt war, FrkHaiiJMoo WM (lelMwi.Gowiwr ol Sou Caroiwn, and tlurjng his reign nono wero more honored nod petted by the republicans than he. Ho ruled with the hand of carpet-baggea rrt'raii lve Slalo for all it wm worth, and mado a debt it will take genera lions te par. Of course,- so aeoa aa a ear m the matter, tho peopIf-go- t Moses, the bright and shining light of republicanism was kioked out and be W MUCH' a mailer or course rciuruwi to.hh wallow in New York. He was before n great while detected In petty swindling, and recently was commit-tcd0for- n ofhnst) krger, than those ho" was nuitimcd to play. At hk trialoir sway imi,i bo ws umj convktSl aadsint to ibe Tombs prison, alter having his beautiful mug photographed foV tno rogues'" gallery. But of such is tho average tjraatj-.awldwegr, - legislative. The the Bnte rjc(td Iks bill to mtore lirls cl Clrcalt Judges lo the old ficure. Both Hout 1it pwuted th bill to of fiih In the Kenprsrsnt the tucky rlrtr and Id IribuUrit. A LIU to prtreni extortion and dli- cnmlnxlloa in rtllroid trsMportstlon of piwengtri or freight, hu, after a long pMd the IToune 61 to 28. Thetfouie hu Mated tl Senile Mil to py ppecltl Jiidgra who tit In the tbrenc of the rrgulir judge $7 per dtjr, but no p7 unltn thej work a full day, A bill to provide for ascertaining the number of citizen entitled to vole for In the State at the Aoguit election In 188.1, haa panned both Houtee. Senate and IIouso are now agreed upon the Clarke Rallread Mll,eseept oa the ilag le point of requiring Senator and to recommend one candidate from each Congreeelonal district, from whom the Oorernor ahall aelect the three Comtnlialonen. IjATr. Thej hare fullf agreed. Not content with oflerlng to ahoot k hell out of another member, Hon. K. F. Madden called T, P. Gratty, the Oouritv Journal corretpondeat all the bad thing he could think of the other da. Mr. Madden in a bad man when hia ire is up, and he certainly has had sufficient cause to hare it raited recently. Senator Iilain sends ut the following An Act for the benefit of the Common Schools of Lincoln county : Be il macted ly the General Autmlly cj the CommoHvialUi of knluckyt Skc. 1. That any Trattee of a Common School within the eoanty of Lincoln, who may denire tu increase the school fund of hi respectire district, is hereby authorized and empowered to lery and collect an anaaal ad valorem tax on all patros of said retool who in the discretion of said Trustee may he pecuniarily able to pay such tax. Sec. 2. Each patron shall be taxed in proportion to the number of children he may send lo said school, and said tax shall be Uried on all the land, good and chat-ti- e .included within the boundary of said District, prorided that said assessment be made only on patron of said school. Sec. 3. The said Trustee shall appoint a soluble person to assess said tax who shall act under oitb, and make a true and correct report to said Trustee of the names of each patron in said school district, and the amount of taxable property in said district owned by them. Said person so appointed shall be poaaesaed of all the privilege and power now conferred on county de-b- ! Tan7 OJtlngsf Ule ' Gu&ook pays the folkTwiir.tribufe to our '4rtgurskel neiffBborV'Hon: M. J. Durham, W Boyle county, a favorably spokea of as a candidate for Governor of Ken tucky'.' He is a life long democrat, a man of creat ability and trustwcrihi neas and lias the oonfidenco of all who are acquainted,, withhirn. Ho, has had large experience Jia'political matters havinj repreaeated hr district in Conercss for six veers, and was one of.lventuckyls most business mem-beS Minister Hurlbut, Tnlled States Minister to Peru, died aUedfiOf heattdl-easat Lima, Marches. It (a announced torn WasMngtaa that there is hardly any doubt that thaPrcst- dent ha mad up his mind to return the Chinese Dill to the Senate with his dlsap. proval. Cornelius J. Vanderbllt, brother of Wm. II. Vanderbllt, the billionaire, shot and killed himself 'in New York, Sunday, lit has, forroin time, been a sufferer from epileptic fit. A killing, very similar to the one at Anchorage, occurred Friday In the Dayton Insane Asylum, Dan O'ConncIl chopped John Drummond to death In their at night The corpse was discovered by the attendant In the rooming. Qulteau ha changed his mind and sold Ida clothes lo a show man, getting $200 for the suit he had on when he shot the President, and $150 for the one he had on during the trial. The assassin la said to be fattening on prison are, and ha gained since his trial. Dr. Joseph Holt, who was boarding In the family of Ilaber Hunter, in Xelson county, was waylaid and killed by the 1st ter Friday night. It seems that Holt ha been carrying on a flirtation with Hunter' wife, who apparently encouraged him till he made an indecent proposal to her, when she told her husband. Throughout the United State for th three months ending March 31, the business failure numbered 2,100, with liabilities of $30,338,271, a considerable increase over the corresponding quarter of 1881. In 180 the liabilities for the first, quarter were but $12,000,000, but in 1879 they were $43,000,000, and in 1878 $82,000,000 for 3,355 failure. At Selma, Ala., Al. Welslnger and Bill Led low were hanged for tho murder of Jessie 11. Welslnger In December lu I. Doc Wright was hanged at Chatham, Va., for the murder of Cola Arthur in February, 1881. At Pueblo, Col., men, supposed to be member 6f tbe Cattle Growers' Protective Association, took two cattle thieves out of jail, and hanged them lo tree. The bill of exceptions in the case of I'reMdent Garfield' murderer ha been e, bed-roo20-1- The Democratio Stata Central Com-tal- lt has ratified the appebtlment of the 'followlflft County Commit: It. II. Ch'at., Ja. Robhwtoa, Joe Arnold, n Hudson, Wm. Clarke, Ilobl. Collier, A. (fuller, Sieve Hill, Wm. Gllllsple, Jno. Dunn and Q. Shumate. Tho full dress rehearsal of Ksthtr, fciturday night, was very satisfactory lo the Society and a few spectator. Iteerv-e- l seats were put on sate at 10 o'clock, Saturday, and by night sixty seats had been told. Taken altogether tho prospect Is very encouraging. Either wilt bo rendered by this Society In Danville and the 8th and llthlnnts., respectively. If Col. Faulkner accepts the Survey orshlp of Louisville Customs, Il will necessitate the appointment of a Circuit Clerk to fill- - his unexpired Urea. W, 11. Maton will doubtless b appointed, and If he is a good racer may secure hi election Demo for the next terra. A crat would stand a shadow of a chance for the office, as the Colonel will not be his opponent. A large crowd of convict passed through on the Illchmond train Saturday, from work on the Knoxville extension to work on the K. C near Richmond. They were not very attractive. Aa the train waa signaled ahead, one of the convict said, "let her go like hell, I'm too close to home here," from which I Judged he was "sent up" from this county. I did not have time for an introduction. Miss Ann Cook, ol Hustonvllte, is visiting Miss Sallle Huffman. She will remain (ill after the Cantata. Logan Mc Kee, of Dinvllle, was here Sunday. Dr. Bogle ha to far recovered from Ida recent illness as to be able to visit friends here, where he will remain till fully restored to health. Jas. Craig, accompanied by plug hat, with a pair of feet recognized a the properly of J. Rice Brown, sticking out of it, paid us a flying visit Sunday. Tom-llnson, Hlcli-tnond, fleet-foote- d T. YKR!0!l JlllTKRTIMtJIKSTS. Mr. W, It. HaM, as farm hands were m. J. St M. engaged on their own account, : fM upon the plan of Inviting all Mis JOHN W. KKKHY he could find, lo a heavy okl fash- liatamllilila tot la th nflc ol of IkiftrMtl eoanty, Atotnit tlMllon, 11. ioned log rolling tho other day. As many of them were professional men and offi cers, not used to manual labor, It It funny ! to see the way they go crippling MT. VhltNON, JCAT., around since, s avery on of them lifted Aeencrof Sonth-Ben- d Chilled Flows, a though hit election depended, entirely Averf's Oast and Bteel Plows, Buckeye upon the number of logs he helped to Rflanera h Mowors.SweepsUkes Thresh' ers, Mitchell Tarm Wagons, New Home carry. 8ewlnR Machines, Taylor's Elastlo Bed MT. VERNOH DEPARTMENT. Springs. . Sam. H. BurJett, Editor. Yesterday was Quarterly Court. There wa a light docket and few contested casts, will trtferelte't up In Hit 1Mb Ketlnl The fruit is "O. K" so far. The tot tns Kimlnlftlon M wimfi (Its sml ol April prospect Is good for a splendid yield If no on lull inlletM His Linrsttsr stl Burke; IUit InUsrrsMOiuoty Ky., esrh propuMt misfortune happens to the crop hereafter, loeniursca noncM insn ons mil, snu io imi t.jr Mtlirti-torjreferenret of st.lllty lo K. C. engineer left here yester The eieeul ttut work. Th rl(hl It rewrt M tu trrrnt day for McKee, Jackson county, and will orirtMttnTorillM.lt mt.ls, AoMrmt lbs tf l.snciler, Ky. turvey a route from that place to Rich sjraMy - -- ' can-did- DRUGS AND GROCERIES. Oaind liter Arsal, it", I iroMlillool fat etth or eountry trmlure tit tloek nl l)nit sn.t (iroeerles It lull sml romilels, sml mtrkeil VAKIKTY NTOK13 J. E. VOWELS' down lo th lowest rssli flmrtt, eontequenllr I mint hSTt th mnner for them, r turh srllrles a iimliirwstl esntunille, tilth it lumber, limber, tUteithil sll ItitnrclucHof thtftfm tnl iltlrj, Ac. Ae. llfhtrill. K. H, IIHHB, nlmnt BhflbJ tile, Kr. 'Daugherty&Hyde Hurretwislo Psiillitrtr A llolmet, TO CONTKilCTO JtlS. STAM'OIIIK KllIVTIIfJKY, UAnrriiTutsrs or li turn-pil- e Fine Carriages. BuggiM. ' r Bryantsrille. Hthssf woSld m&fiSSSknA , . g '-- ion! Tfc '.tnnlLuu . ',. -.- "TS nuriMSTVirat-mti- GornoakpVV-- - :: That the tariff question will bo one of tho leading issues of the next republi- ? W. Ciitttsnooc -Ml bis lUilnr I rm aln Sl ftJSssjlJBa Hia Atuiu llSopm person to collect said tax when levied, and v. T TS " lllnnlnih.nl 3 Ol tite before the alleged democratJe members ef , SSI , !" TUKSWO.1. entering upon hia daties a such AM liiitw Legislature to adoptthe apportion- caHector, he shall execute to the said Z'.ZZ. 7ZZZ. 77!ui .i ' Mi IJtlugtlun cua . V,k ment bill, but afterrangjfog ,and Tnwlee a bond payable to said Trustee for av Tao . Lts Arr.MerUlsn -' . . .' tne uenem oi saia scnooi district in rowing they adjosrneaUll VICK8U0IKJ AND MF.UIHtAN PtVISMJN. ... Arr. MerHlsn ... lOIUpru night. It docs not appear that thero double the amount of tax required to be ...- ntwion . IIMpm Komi . enough in tho caucus to collected Sa id collector shall be vested sissui aro brains ats til ith all the powers and privileges now " llrsoilon-- .. " " . ... Jukaon. adopt any thing, and the best thing given to sherifl for the collection of the K su 7SS Clinton fetwsnl. it canjlo is.tft.Jet wellenough.olono' county revenue, and shall be entitled to T . I.te. 1 10" . Arr. Vltk.liurs XX by leaving the districts as they stand. the same fee and per cent, as iheriu are VICKHllUIKl. BlinKVErOKT ANH IMCIKIC DIVISION. Congressmen, now entitled to for similar services. ...". ilFpwi That will insure us ten Arr.l 7 II rbi'iolL.. VliKburj . lirlla.- .. Said act ahall Sec. E Ill w poll I "' atJeastwo more than wo will liavo deprive 5. any peroon notnot operate so as to TslluUti.. i tmttt Su ... i able to pay taxes i any bill yet named is auoptea. "" Atr. Monruo I.te. III il ISSsia i"sa under this act from sending their children W JOIIX M'UTT, Yleo I'retldtntsnJ (Ita'l M.n.ctr, nlnn.tl,(l. WoodfokD countv evidently needs to any Common School district within hia Ait Alt. (II. E. 1'. WlUoa, tlen. Ts. At tin. Son. Kr . Clntlun.ll. II ' II Cnllbrtn. (Iro riep(her!ff or'Jho fcourl should or her district, which district may have I. llsrJv. .n. I'tu. Alt. V A M. U, IL. Vltl.burr. XUi. Run . U. U., Ch.llsn, Trnn a Mc!lulr,(len. Tsu. AU V., 8. A I. K. It. Monruo, Ls make thl present ono do better. He availed itself of the provision of this act Sec. 0. The Trustee on ordering, levyhas, according; to the Cftpxr, just re- ing and collecting the tax a herein provisaOCTT'MnPaCi! turned 'IffiQO delinquents, who were ded when the same shall have been colassessed wjth ;taxes amounting to lected and paid over to him as such TrusThere are nearly 4.000 more tee, shall use the same in connection with people in Lincoln than in Yoodford, the tax now raised by the Statt and due IImm h LIr lei said diitrict in and-your sheriff only- - returned 800, competent teacheremploying and paying a for the teaching of said and there are thoso who think that ho school. Said school shall be taught and. might havo done just a little better. governed by and under the same law now endeavor to provide for teaching a Common School Gov. Blackbuiw may GENUINE in tliU Commonwealth. button-holwjtk tibetmerabets of the Sac'. 7. It shall be the duty of each bylfefcwly assert Tnwtee at the termiaua of hi office to LeJUlatiSe ing that he was joking aboat'his offer make to the incoming Trustee a full and fori ouriTajMiasiMtioke to keep theea coaaplete statement of the amount of tax from investigating the charge we have collected, of whom collected, and bow IVIth NIupltiE I.hhiIhIiIc. brought against him, but it will avail expended, and report such surplus remaining la hi hands (if any) and pay over the him nothing. A resolution looking same to the incoming Trustee, which Mw-'TjBa. JCX. -- Eisii ylBfR' JzSXZm to his impeachment will as certainly statement shall be recorded in a book kept 'y V& a; jie it living. We intend for that purpose, which book shall be OK kept by the Trustee, but shall at all time to see this thing through. be subject to inspection by the School IMITATIONS. INFRINGING will be some time before the Commissioner, or any patrou of the school. TafMCM90iissioa bill pasned by he Sec. 8 Said school shall be taught for UK HURE AN1I at least five months in each year, and no SeaatebicOHiea a lav, if all the House who desire to be patron shall b taxed in any one year more GARRARD COUNTf. GET TIIK GENUINE. WITHE C0UHTT. heard on it, are given time to air than five dollars on each pupil sent to sal FOIl CASH Oil PIlODDCEt Lancaster. school. their eloquence. No less than 1C8 THE Uonlicello. peach crop is not entirely de- Sec. 0. This act shall take effect from Wm! notiGed tho Speaker that they its passage. A copy. have J. W. Dunsan Is off again with a lot strayed by the late frost. wHHVI falBlllllll ahmi $r f wish to speak on the bill. It is to be Died, April 2nd, Sammy, son of J. D. fol cattle to the Cincinnati market. Celebrated We are Agents for the NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Mr. Gran. O. Duncan is so far recovNave. Burled at this place Tuesday, hopT! they will talk the iniquitous Geo Higglnbothaiu it a candidate for ered thsvt he Is able to walk out doors. T. thing out of existence. Col. William Tappan Thompson, au Our market wa well supplied with subject to the thor of "Major Jones' Courtship" and for Sheriff of Garrard county, None claim to havo fith a few day ago, taken during a late LouisvnxK has put in a bid of a 32 year editor of the Savannah Aries la action of the democracy. PLOW, plow; I am authorized to announce Hiram rise from Beaver Creek, by Mr, Charles GHILL AND STEEL Capital, dad. million. idelJanifor thoiState Forty-simen were sent to the peni- Rothwell, a candidate for Sheriff of Gar- TViw,ll Tliv wri ttifmllv fai! linme. W whlchkfnde'r lays over Lexington's Mr. A. S. Jone I buying up ttock Guaranteed to give satisfaction or Their tiiily hIui 1m (o ihhUohh In one batch recently, from Matrard county, subject to the action of the little bait. Let it be put up at auc- tentiary jiuwurc ui hu h oho. bogs, weighing iroiu ou lbs. up, lor wiiicu thew couutjr, Va., for raiding on oyster Democratio party. Net) lllHl no sale. Alio Agents for HHCH iMllHlioilH. tion, and tho city that will agreo to bed of the State. The Union prayer meetings which he U ptying $3 per cwt. He lit already Im on I1HH10 OlIVCr'M tho CO head on clover. give tM 8teteU the buildiugs necesSenator Logau's trouble believed to were discontinued for various reason will about bi'Hiu, hh Hoii elhcrn Hre Some of our farmer are laying off DAVIS SEWING MACHINE, KOHiilue. sary, be'graatcd the persimmon. Any be Iirlgbt' dineise ha returned In an be resumed. The next meeting will be at laud and will begin lo plant next place is better than out of tho way, acute form, and lit ha been ordered to the Presbyterian Church Wednesday week. Wheat still look promising, tho A romM nation Guaranteed for five yean. Hot Springs, Arkaiua. night. f JVo Frankfort. 11. C. Kaufl'man requests me tu say it wa feared that tho lite cold snap might I Hark uiij JVio.jiWm. Another attempt to destroy the Andre u lo MlnlaWd fortn. Th l'nraiDKNT Aimiuit is making Monument has been made, this time with that he is no longer a csndldate for the injure il. It is believed by thus who ) f V JireMim Hun of lrn He have examined, that the peach crop ha that irllluol llutkcn th Mrs. dynamite. The inonuuxnt proper i not nomination for County Attorney. himself solid with the widows. trrlh,ta ehurntlrrlilletf KIND weathered througb, and that the tree will could not make the canvas without seriotheriron tirr,MimiiMM Thompson and Mrs. lloss, whom ho much damaged, bua the base il ruined, ri-lAIKS, I likM UMK II U. llAlllkU'S IhUN luNII' lu hiv runH7"..Y'l.. ?.i be full enough for a bountiful supply. said that the old feud be- ously Interfering with his buslnvs and It iwnitr.Ore Ytr In mwllctus. hiro utrrr fuuud sgrtblnx tu irW. ilm r.uli, n,., iiu U . i. ...V has just'iande postmasters, the one at of B0( Tu.Mil rrolls 1'ro.lrstluu, ltuiils HUeues, lltsueuUsl Taken in exchange for goods. lu niiur W. It Wright' smoke lioue was enWad Hampton hat preferred to withdraw from the race. ioVu ,ru.lf rfulcurl mjr codJIIIoo i.f tho Lloud, Louisville, aud the other at Newport, tween Sherman and rovtrliheil lure timed tuuie. of ourthis pterins rtoifdr. bit UUto bn.U, iukIo ItlilMlto ibU irv.l ua locouinUC mo.t eminent .blclu.. In order to close out their .tinned tered a few night ago and twelve side of been revived by the refusal of the latter to prefcrtnro to mjr Iruu pniiriUou uiute. In rut, .nth n iumoJaaJ lulu remedy. I prvrlbo It In I, say be Is just too sweet for any thing. peak to tbe former when they wtt In the goods. Geo. D. Durdttt & Co. offer fur the bacon slid nearly the entire qusntlty of IUUIKM'1 luu.t 10IC a nceeulir In mr prtrUco. liOUtllt MAHIIKLB u lliu pr Mill", nu.. but ui. iwi. r v siut Wun A.enoA. lifTYarmouth Oo'rn, per lard yielded by IS good hogs, stolen. A next thirty day Come one, come all, and examine cloak room of t'te Senate the other day, IAiMl Sttltilurtoth0 ton tho rxlnglou TmfftlU6r of Mr. Wright is Jailer, he will have a natural neattttfut Standard Tomatoes, Tbe Czar, pn being apprised of the dozeu, $1.00; t A ittffeattt organs ami our goods before purchasing elsethe creature and slavo of Gov. do., $1.20; 1'racSrs, Apricots, chance to rtUliite by curtailing th ramurder of Oeneml HtrenikolT, ordered the $1 50; upiAleoMo lo tlrnmitl Blackburn, is informed that it will be two ajuawlua.who were arretd to be ele- l'ine Apples, Ac., In proportion. Sugars, tion of thieve that may be committed lo where. Respectfully, JtthilllV, Api"' tttr. JVuImIIiihofof tllall hi caie. Thi however, will be poor con euougblTurTulogive hiuiia kick ct) ted within twenty-fou- r lime hour. He, how Coffees, Teat, and Queentware, much lowJ'uwtre and tmiioUntoJ solation these scarce time of provision. NI!JVFXT,UY. HAM: when we'nre through'wiflriris imister. ever; afterwTrd, countermanded the order. er than elsewhere, MANUFACTURED BY THE OR. HAKTER MEDICINE CO., 213 N, MAIN ST.. ill.LWW. .". caBrj,wio,wwii;W lure utuu ujr the work of revision to a commission, that commission to re port in January, 1883. They will not I.- - iililii 4t nMKMitHf. .lif1asmn tinur. UU aUIC W IHCVtU. WMI.M...". .v .. high protective tarifl that ever. The has nrjcbed th)lfcW at tho expense of the millions, is doomed with tho 'bpheUV it. A tariff for revenue,;wilh incideatal protection, it thojvatchword of thajlemqcracy,, and by that sign will it conquer. -1 There has been another caucus of aMrsPorn. Sec. 3. The said Trustee is also empow ered and authorized to appoint a suitable ... ': 17; 10,-80- 0. adtry beared It e. mistioa of certain evidence and rulings of the Judge oa point ef lw. The proceed ing In the esse wiH, when completed, fill two quarto volume of about one thousand page each. The District Attorney intends to present the bill for hearing April 24, the first day of the aext term. The men in the Bogers' Locomotive Works at Paterson, N. J., were preparing to strike for higher wages, when they were startled by the information that the proprietors proposed io reduce their working force by the discharge of GOO hands, the work having fallen oft" and large order for locomotive having been countermanded. It was thought to be an unnronitiout time to strike, and it ha therefore been in definitely postponed. The Louisville and Nashville Kail- road Company have just received seventy, five new fruit cars, combining in their construction all modern improvements. They lossy la rrgsrtl 10 IL BOYLE COUNTf. are models In their wayjwiili perfect ven mil tilation la sides, ends and top. These cars Dan if Hie. are to ran en feat freight, and, if necessaM. Grosjeao, Agricultural Commis ry, oa passenger train between New Or- sioner for the French Government, was in leans, Pensacola, Mobile and Cincinnati, Boyle county last week. bringing to this market the earliest fruiu Nancy Logan, an old and colored and vegetable from the far sunny South, woman, was last Friday adjudged a harm in the quickest time and in fresh condi less lunatic and consigned to the custody tion. lof her daughter, Ellen Smith. TrtE notorious Dick Little, of the Elder McGarvey of Lexington, lectur WHOLKSALKAND KKTA1L James gang, ha surrendered, and is said ed at the Christian Church on Thursday DKAI.F.UM, to have told all the doings of the outlaws evening, hit subject be!ng"Trave1s In Pales during the past seven year. Little assist- tine." Although rather a threid-bsrsub Special Inducements I ed in the capture of Clarence Hite, in Lo- ject, Mr. McGarvey treated it in an origi Offer gan county, Ky., a few week ago, and is nal and very attractive manner. credited with having killed Wood Hite, The marriage of Mr. Edmund S. Row INTHKKOLUIWINIl (lOOlMl a few week before. George Hite visited land and Miss Pattie Bell Bryant, waa hi brother in the Jefferson City peniten aolemnized on Wednesday last at the resi tiary, and had from him a confession of dence of Jno. M. Bryant, the bride' father, hi complicity in the train robberies and and was largely attended by the friends of the proceedings in the Logan Circuit Court both parties. Rev. E. M. Green, of the against his kidnappers were abandoned. First Presbyterian Church, was the offici The Governor of Missouri has paid the re- ating clergyman. PRICES, AT R00E-B0TT0ward of $5,000 for the capture and conDr. D. T. Fsckler, the gifted editor of C.-viction of Hite. the Advocate, weighed anchor this morning The steamer Golden City, en route to and silled for foreign port. Old sailors Cincinnati from New Orleans, caught fire who witnessed the departure, think his when near Memphis, and was burned to prow was pointed toward Stanford. the water's edge. Thirty-fiv- e of the pis- - Should he eocape the perils of the voyag LOWER THAW EVER, senger were eitlier uurneil to ueata, or and furl his sails In that distant port, we were sited. All of bespeak drowned. Ninety-tw- o for hiul that delicate attention the ladle aboard, save two, were burned. which should always be shown to a young SADDLERY & HAItNliSS The fire occurred at 5 a. m., and most of man who has been raised a pet. the pawenger were deeping soundly after Thomas Walker, colored, wa tried on AT A SHALL PROFIT, a dance that had luted till 1 A. m. Stowe'a Saturday for stealing a coat from Mr. circus and menagerie were aboard. Five Worthington about a year ago. The coat A BUI HTOC1C OK performers were burned mid six cages of waa identified by two white and one colorwild animals. Tbe buffalo stayed on the ed witness. The defense proved by three Lard, Bacon, Meal, Flour, boat till all hi hair was burned off and witnesses that the accused had been wearthen jumped Into the river, a did the ing the coat for months, and had frequent, All of which we offer at bear. The scenes attending the burning ly passed Mr. Worthington with it on his are described aa too awful for correct de- back without anything being aaid, and I scription. Ths boat cost $51,000 and was also that the coat had been given him by insured for $30,000. his unnduiotlier who bought it In LouisKITH Kit ville. Thoma wis held for further trial. Gardening and pneumonia are promenading together, Jack Dunn hat invested in a Lysle Imported birnyard organ. Mrs. Mlnny Johnston lost a fine cow Isst week; cause nnknown. Rev. It. It. Noel preached a fine sermon it Mt. Hebron, Sunday. Mr. Ben Dunn had a handsome harness mare badly snagged last week. Mr. Drake paid hi nursery another visit and says peaches are all right. Mrs. Clara Dunn' kitchen caught fire from a defective flue and was consumed. Mrs. Sim Haseldtn had a severe hemorrhage and was compelled to dismiss her school. A negro child at Mr. Jeff Dunn' csught Are and was fatally burned a few days ago. Mrs. W. B. Noel, of Lancaster, visited Duddarar Mr. her niece, Mrs. Peyton Parrisb, Saturday XiDciiter street, and Sunday. Thanks are due Mr. James STANFOIU). KY not Joe Bryant for items. B. F. Itobinson bought of Col. J. W. It Jsltv reerlTloe nw tnJ beautiful Mllllnerr sod sTerjtkluz of lbs Poor, nil Ids lambs of CO lbs. weight, for floods of tfery description who IqUidiIs buying sny- tlles sad do Udy, ner saouia June delivery, at 5 cents per pound. Jack ininff in low si lino lovett. 1411 10 rmu or afr Mb It thsnkful Car Prices the ho Dunn bought of P. E. Parrish, a tit fsTors sadMvert kit tbelr contlnusoce. Mrs. Mollis Minlui hs chirrall ol tbe nertuary cow at $00. tksl It miklof diparlmsot, which Is Perhaps, after awhile, the K. C will find a Southern outlet from Richmond. Track-layinon the Knoxville exten tlon has progressed lo a point four mile beyond Livingston. A construction train lias Iieen put on the line and, aa soon a the full quota of hand Is obtained, track will In laid at the rate of a mile per day, Rev. G, W. Ferryman closed his His sermon here Suaday night. throughout the meeting were addressed mainly lo the church members, and they have resulted in a strengthened spiritual feeling among the brotherhood. Mr. Ferryman seems to be an earnest, zealous worker In his Master's cause, and our peo pie were much pleased with him. We hope he will visit us sgaln. The following tnsrriag license have been issued since last report; Calvin Hamilton to Josephine Troucier; Phillip L. Singleton to Lucy Chestnut; Jacob Simpson to Julia Newcomb; David Wal lln to Jan Burton. Mr. D. N. William, the County Clerk, ay that business lo this lino has been very brisk all winter, but he think with the advent of warm weather, there will be a cessation of hostll ities. Jack Adams & Son are receiving this week their new stock of Spring good. Their purchase this spring have been unusually heavy, and the stock of goods they are now opening is the largest and finest e'er brought to ML Vernon. Thty Invite attention especially to the following ds Men' and Boy' Clothing, pirtments: Ladies' Dress Goods, Hals, Boots, Shoes, Fancy Goods, Print, Notions, Ac., Ac, Ac They are determined to sell these goods at price to suit the purchaser. An inspection of their goods will convince any one that their price are low enough to please even those who are hardest to please, Call and examine their stock early if you want a full line to select from. mend. Msr.WlhlMJ. N.HAYN.rrra. To all Lovers of ttio Trotting Horse, Black's Iliiiiibloioiiiiui ! I rotters nv llrinlfk's HsmtUtonlta (Sirs of with rerorlt Utter Ihtn 1M I liu, Kill lir the rtlebriud Hotter, lin( Iilsml Itlsek llswk. Its tie th rstMWBe.1 trullln horse, Andrew Jsckton, outorihonulntlrotlliij wirt Hsllf Miller. If Tii-JKl- l, irsniUon vl Imp. sirtMncer. m.i uitu be Am of IHiroe.tr Irai. IHoiomI, Snl ilai hr (VIA n't Meswnger, r lms Mmenftr. Toll lilth tut trotilnf iltlllon, ithretln Oraois WAGONS OF ALL KINDS. N. Y. Will nil ths ttsmn of IMlBt lbs Training. attblMofW A. JIuNvllln thintlllo Kr. it WeruinufifliiM" t'trrliirs of ill Jforrlhtloft., th verr low frlf oftJOTIIi: NKAKO.V. or Bril-cltwotkmtn Mil mint W lo lotur. HmJert tnl olhert laterrtlol art euil'lojInK onlr reMwcllullr latlleJ lortll sn.l mo ths hoin troi. nnlr (InlKl.M milrrlil. tnj ..II it reswntbl J. Itrurw lrl, wMkm.ii.hlpsml ni.Url.lr.Hi.IJ-trrN. HAXTf.K Hf.At'K, AiMms lrAi;uil.KTT A-- IIYI.K. til 14.3bi fitment llouie. IUutIIU, Ky. ' AND PHAETONS. trl JLJST CALL. -- TIIK rUIICIIAiKH OK- - At tbe til thereof, on tht SOth of M.rth lul, lurlns f.l!eJ to eorar.lr with tcrnii, I will this tniiolSetnt prortr, wild sll II. Kiiriilliire snj Klilurn, on Crab Orchard Springs sl THURSDAY APRIL 15th, 1882, etn lameJIil pows.kn will beflrtn. Srrlnit t tell To ths htfhMt UJJ.r. coming Mison. 0oM sl one lor the rwntl wcuill, tsJ a rr rent, from J. r oft. I. ItooJ. rnjulreJ llli ptotf.l tomli and tho srtrulll.n sIm rw IsleiMt sl rralltfl to fif off bit tslneJ. Th purtks.er will, however, (, sa j Unit before tu.lurllr. 1'urthsKr uiuit rout r.rrj to eouiplr with term, m Jiy with I Tsims d of purtliiM pllre, oili, thebslinein SsnJ II wolbt,la equil lailsllmenU, 7V7- -. SUotorJ, Kr., Aprils, I in. 3r. ;, vsnEsnaOia:. 1. 1HMU. KlOM Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Paoiflo Railway Co. IN 13PPUCT M.VUCII Psjr TIHIiT.lllt. CINCINNATI 80UTHEIIN ltAIt.WAV DIVISION. BKtu iwvrnwiau. Ei.i AMora. iNUMEi KTATIONM. ..; Llnrn'll miles CT IMS II to llOin too 1 Kt 10.0 ' U07pni JtJ II W" 8 11 " 1101 " iT'ispm "VoT "'Tij-" 7 20 " ru, ' 7pm l M UMS - I.VI SSI 7 i io i ' im - IWsiu ....- I II " .. II" SM l.T. I1nrlnnstl " Oeonrrtowu ' Islington ... . . Mchols.tllU . .. llllh HrlJr. " llirrod.kurg Juacllun J1... " JunrlluaCllr n numefTvi.....HM... . " l,Int llurn.lil ... . ..... NlJblfii 4 Arr., l.re.l " " " " " , IS SIS " ' (Mam . ' lrr ill III tss It MI St luu lllll I'fWltD. ". Ateww. I.r Hi. Siepn IMiNltU.i. SM 8" 7M IIS" 70 - SIS" 1) S&o I St " S " SIS - 7M M IS9 isa ... ie'Spr-'Tini- Tspr ;Arr. llurre Ch.tlnnut.. ALAIIAMA - lluckwuml Mprln Clly ,...-- . " .. ' " til" to p Ul ... SSS ISO ISa nm SOI .. ... SSO -- . Mi ly . t ol " ii j . .. II w " . -seisin " Ill '"' IM " - tlKKAr SOUTIIKUN tltVllHON. ArrT IB "T F ft '- wi lltliu s) HALE& uK NUNNELLEY r. !.. iiu.u I 3- .:zt ... J'js. L, ia - isr e , !'.. J.r. SUGAR & COFFEE w w "aOT'TTsfC JOB au; wxiVg or J. CANNED GOODS The Original and Only W 57Jfe , &c, W WJm iim Mm Mdr tH VERY LOW PRICES .-- The Celebrated Oliver. ter ifilsall'aR3" I. CASE abet x Ki fmJk ml PR0DU0E"EVERY WfMYMM ilo-. 1 cs .. - . l. TVaii-scri'jj- f, f !' .v. tiw-$tttl- ilj Inkrlorlsiimal STA.lT3rOKX), ICY. Tuesday Mornlnff, L A -- April 4, 1882 N. LOCAL TIME CARD. , rktKtr 1' Thus far April has a fine send oft" In the way of delightful Spring weather. LOCAL NOTICES. Freeley Peacock loaU of the birth of &KK lliat Com Drill at Alicr Owa!;'. a daughter, which event occurred on the Kr.w stock of Jewelry nil Hllmwarc t morning of Sanday, tha 2d Inst. Penny A McAliiter'. Farmers are claiming to have discovIn bulk and I.ANiuirrni'rt (lardtn Kel ered that much of the more forward at A. Owsley, wheat ha been seriously damaged by the THE eeUtiratcd MajficM Water frost, lor for sale by A. Owsley. "The freedom of the press" I the Oil, 175 IIuy LouIitIIU popular theme of discussion fust now. The from Penny AMcAIUler. theories vary from the largest liberty lo Wattiiw, Clock ami Jewelry repaired ami warranted liy Penny A MeAIIatetv the lowest licentiousness, J. H. it 8. II. Hiiank are rrcelvlne anil Dr. Joe Wilson, of Casey, sent Dr. boys' clollilnif. opening a lot of men' anl Ilrown a magnificent pair of buck' anA'm) will find lb bent fienl ami tler. Thla I the only form In which 0 cent cigar In town at Penny A McAII. Ilrown Is addicted to horns. ler'e. I.ANimwii'n (JAMir.N HrrM of all The municipal election held on Satkinds, In bulk ami In papers, at Mcltoberla urday, could scarcely be called enthusiastA HIrV. ic. It resulted in the choice of Messr. Irish ami Hweet Potatoea of ererr Alex. Williams, Florence Yowell, J. W. llratlf-ta- n rarlety, Including Ktissell Ooiinty 1 locker, H. Logan and Drt. Alcorn and for aale br A. Uwiiley. e Ilrown, aa town trustees. The Marsal and Am. those Indebted to tlio firm of Clerk not yet named. .t DuiMertr and Bererance, Dud. derar A Co , will please call and settle. 1 he following acrspsi of practical The atock of J. II. A 8. II. Slunk. ! philosophy have been elicited from Dick now complete with beautiful style of at sundry time: People grumble that Spring Hoods. If you don't bellere It, Jutt RELIGIOUS. railroad men never have any polilenese. call on them and ace. mill of Mr. ICoVt McAJiiter waa The W'k jlt jiul recelflng and oitenlng a entered Haluplay night and robbed of a preach ou a Thl is a mistake. The politeit men I Itev. J. H. Sima wilt ever saw were railroad men trying to get Urge lot of Zelgler A Ilros. Ladle' and email amount of flour. Entrance, it waa Woman' Missionary Work, at 1 1 A. M. Children' Hlioe for Hprlng and Huruuier the right of way for nothing. That fish effected by putting a'llttle the fourth Sunday in thia month. auppoeed, waa wear. J. II. A 8. II. Hhanka. that waa "caught out of the river" at Mid boy through a broken window, who unThe Sunday School at Willow Grove dleburg should have been admonished PERSONAL boiled tlia door for the thief. At any rate reorganized -r the Summer on the 2nd, by and sent back. They say Quiteau sold hla the door waa atandlng open in the morn the election of Jas W. Cook, SuperintendMaw IUmsey is tery ill of fever. old clothea for $350; would like to engage Mm. Jamm Paxtoh baa gone to Inc. We need a night policeman here ent, Sara Johnaon, Secretary, Thoma M. him to sell intne on commission. When a badly. Ullard, Treaaurer, and Thoma Jfyero, Louisville. intn claims that what he don't know ia not Mn. Leo Haydes ha been rery III, A. C Sine, Librarian. O, CI. It. A T. It. Il.-- Mr. worth learning, I guesa what he doea Brother Hsrnox, in one of his letter to la now conTalescing. but General Superintendent of Mr. Zimmerknow may be put in the same category. la JotlliNAL, announced hi Ml (Ikiitik I)ETOK,of Somerset, man' railroad running from King Moun the Stanford John S. Goode leaves to day for Colomystic number "",'' and reWiling at Mr. Liberty Pryor'a. tain to Grove City, a distance of 8 mile, faith in the rado. Mis Nannie Urown accompanies Mnl D. T. Fackltr, of the Admeale, wa here yesterday and from him we learn- ferred to the number of his convert at him aa far aa St. Louis, with the design of wa circulating on our atreet reaterday, ed that the company I working over Howling Green 777. In hla last letter to visiting relatives in Randolph county, Mo, taking In Ibeducata. that piper he aaya the number of confes200 hand, among whom $3,000 ia disMahy MAKnUBY, of Uncaa. tributed monthly. Uealdea getting out sions at Paris waa G21 and the number Missea Emma Peyton and Dollie Will Mim If he had added the two iams, of Hamilton College, are home on a ler, returned home yesterdar, alter a rlall Ilea, ilavea, Ac., it haa two aaw mill, one anointed 150 iifui yvnn vajok in visiting he would have found tbe result (u be 777. i unci visu. loiMn.CI. V. Alford. poplar turn out lVB.ij.Ii. IIbl'CE. late of the .IJro- - of which other 15,000 22,000 offeet oflumber In a union of numbers there i strength. Mtni at Lancaster. The boy are gener- oak and the feet ally back from the Heglrn in honor of the tale, but now a, big blue grae farmer, call per day, all of which meeta with ready Praiae the Lord Grand Jury. Isaac Shelby, Sr., the veteran ed to e u Yesterday. aale In Cincinnati. The road, which haa a LAND, STOCK AND CROP. angler, pawed through town last week from (lEO. H. UnUOB, J. W. llAYDEM Mm. guage of three feet, li to be extended aa far a very aucccsafu! piscatorial campaign at and Hon'TS. Lyti.k hare gone to Cincin aa Middlehurg thl Spring, and ultimately A Warren county man sold to a Naab-vlll- e Green River. Elder Williams, wbo haa nati to lay In their Spring auppliea. of mulet at $140. party a car load to the Tenneuee line. The enterprise of by aickhest, is imRaney haa been elected thla Co. haa been a real god send to the Mita. JiwtK J. T. been confined lo Ihit bed late telegrapher M. P.EImureeohlafatcowlo proving. Will locker, President of the Womcn'a Auxiliary wbo Harrla at $1 40. She weighed 1.31K) lbs. people ol that part of the country, at Moreland, has accepted a position oQer-e- d Society of the Melho I Church. Itev. It. A. Noel, of Lancaster, haa 10 might have aullitred during tlii winter of him near Chattanooga. J. It, Dunlap Circuit Clerk. Wk are Indebted to our choice CoUwold yearling cwea for sale. high provision, but for iU operation. ia improving from the lameness resulting Mr. Jamea P. lUlley, ai well as lit- - rery Cox has aold his Gne pair of Dr. C. A. Circuit Court. The trial of J. Weley young mares to a Cincinnati party for $500. from hi fall in attempting lo board a efficient deputr, Mr. Joseph II. Paxton, for train at Dinvllle a week ago. floooh, charged with the murder of Conmany farora during the present Court. Two very fine young horses, aired by . anu family stable Kllllon, January 6,1881, waa called Mr. E 8. Powell's stallion, were ahown Prof. Moom'm School. Mu. F. J. leate to day for Kocketstle 'prinR, ,0 l're yetlerdar, when the following juror were yesterday r The Howling Green OiotUt sat. that Cuau Orchard SrniNn, Apr. 1, 1882. season, which they obtained from the regular panel after the pare for a KdUof luttrtor JoMrmib a doga killed 27 aheep for II T.Gardner the will no doubt hac, judging from the pop- Commonwealth had exhausted all it If not trespassing too and the defense one: Liberty Green, other night. delightful reaort laat ularity they gate that mui li upon the prerogatives of your cor Michael Cloyd, M. II. Lytic, M. Klmore, J. M lblley, of llrodhead, sold 3 head respondent here and upon your space, I season. pularand John Anderson, W. It. Hawkins, Q. S. of cattle to J. M. Hail for $65, and a yoke would like to use a small jwrtion of the Mrt. CI. W. Siivltz, the efficient agent at MoKinner, haa been pro. McKInney, L. Wells, O. W. King, 11 P. of oxen for $C0. latter to let your reader know that our Five hog belonging to Mr. George citizena have nobly endorsed tbe comment motel to the aaino KjUIon at Lexington. Wood, Alex. Trajlor and D. 8 June. ia aupiwscd He baa made many friend Intht county, Judge George Denny ia axiallng Mr. War- Vaughn have died from what made on my school in your paper of the who will be glad to hear of tblt auhstan. ren in the prosecution, while Welch and to be lung fever. 23d inst., and to return my thinks to oue It. . A E. P. Woods bought of It. M. and all, but especially to tbe elder and ttal recognition of hi abililUa by the Saufley, represented the defense. The care ia familiar to our readers, who remember Fisher, of Danville, a Southern It U. official. comrreicatioti of the Christian Church of We are glad to know thit our popular it aa quite an aggravated one. The Com vearllng bull for $250. this town. who. unsolicited by me, have testimony by 3 Heard A Caruthera, of Shelbyville, townsman, Col. T. V. Varnon, aUnd an monwealth concluded her kindly tendered me the use of their church night, three bought In Warren county, 12 mule at a excellent chance of being a member of the i. m. and at adjournment laat building for the balance of the tension wilnessea fur tlio defense had been exam- little over $IC0 per head, lie i ttronglr backed, Utah Commission, also to the gentleman who offered me the Mlnjr waa conLaweon Webster has aold to Gray A use of two large rooms in his house rent and aa the bill reiulria that two of the ined. The case of Froman Wednesday. Shropihire IS acre of potatoes, to be de- free, which were declined because they body aball be democrata, we ace no reaaon tinued Saturday, till Lexington this Fait at 30 cents why he ahould not get the appointment. were too close to the street. School will Hack Aoain. The Meaaer Hroa., charg- livered at per bushel. ed with killing Patterson and Dingham in open, nothing prohibiting, in the church LOCAL MATTEJsT Statistic of the aeven surplus com above mentioned, at 8.30 A. M. Monday. Knox county, laat year, who had been in IIanh corn planter and corn drill at jail here for a long time, but who were re producing States Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Your truly, Oldfield P. Moore, Kansas and Nebraska-indic- ate W. II. lliggina'. cently taken back for trial, were returned Iowa, Missouri, shortage of a compilative fAexi lot of BwIm ham juit rrceiVed to their oldquartera yestenlay by bheniT HV.H ADUIITlSEXEfTli. bushels, or 55 wr cent, lew corn Patten and Slivers, of Clay. The prison- atllale A Nunnelley'a. 1831, and also obtained a change of venue to Clay on hand than on March 'JO, Tiiiikk iiuNimi.i) tiiouani Uimok fur en of wheal, Men and Teams. and of course a continuance. a decrease of 28,000,000 budiels county, ale. Apply to Henry lliughman, Stan-foror 44 percent. While In fall in Knox county, they, with WnntfJ.SOO men anJJS teams on new railroad Wo. Arnold, the proprietor of Ar fromUMTrr Crk to Greenwood Station n other prisoner formed a conspiracy to of la now killing heere with J. sold to W. W. Baldwin, Joe ltour Soathf rn Hallway, highest wages pild. overpower the Jailer, disarm him, and lington, haa HAHKYASqDAIR. T. Harri. and will aell beef at the loweat make their escape. One of the Meaner Mayaville. 20 fat mule, 3 to 5 year old, March 7, 1832 1 good one, at $143 27 per head, pricea pooible. waa delegated to do the ho'dlng, while the and No. 100 Mr! I. Biikmiy Tetu" requeat ua to ay others made a break for tall timber. Tbe or $3,725 for the lot. He haa bought Taylor Rice at HEW SP RING ANDJUHMER that it waa a mUuke about hi being one thing worked pretty well for a while, but barrels of corn from Mr. and 50 barrel from Mr. aa soon a the Jailer could get loose, he $1 per barrel, bidder for Crab Orchard Spring. litis BsLLKlIluiiudeslres lo lateral the I Ilea Richmond orUiltTlclDiljIbatsbs la tonstantly rectifies Sam Oldham at aime price. gut up a crowd and succeeded in getting tery hsndioiue Una of splendid new bprlot; sud Kemkmheu wo are headquartere for 8uinierMllllDT, which sh offers to thapuMlo F.li Say lor, who had Register! of all all hla men back but Meal and hmlly pupplle st Terr low figures. Among her beiutlfu! slock ot Flour, Below are the ruling price for probeen sentenced to the penitentiary for Trimmings sre ill the Istest deslgai, Includtogthe g S3; Patent, fust klnda. IWat atralgbt Flour SI visions, Ac , In Stanford: Bacon shoulders, rsgs.ieithellc nowers. bba has sUo a three years for burning a mill. The man pepsrtment, where the greatest sttentloa SI.&0; itralght faiuilr, $1.00. McAIUter 10c; hams, 15o.; aide), 16cf J Flour, $1.25 Is gliau to. tho catting, titling sud tusking ot til Meaner waa aeen jutt aa he wa attempting A Ilrlgbt. 50: corn, $ 1 50; meal, $1 xr bushel, kludiofdreues to ford Goose Creek, and waa atopped by a to $4 The purcha-ae- r ball that went through the fleshy part of oats. 75a: co8ee, - to 20c, molasaea, COc Ckab OnoiiARti Mr'led apples, 8Je; peacbw.lOcj Coal Of the above property having failed to hla thigh. He could hardly navigate when to 75a; Irish potatoes, $1.25 to $2; awcet potatoes, comply with the terma of the aale, Col. he arrived yenterday. At extculor U H. M, UraJler, deed., I will $2; butler, 25c; cheese, 20c; egg, 10c; W. O. Welch, Trmtee, roadTerlUea it for ON MONDAY, APRIL V7tu. 1882 A Heroic Youno Lauy. A little be- sail by 7 bti. barrel, $2 25, toadon, Ky atle on April 15th. llefors fore noon on Saturday, Mlaa Ilesale Foster. Mfeaa.l ASHI!tof There waa ?good deal of private tra- land ia ft.tt.tlA reierTod) lying on Usui Taluiblscosl lstch Creek Commercial Hotel, on the corner of daughter of Mr. T. J. Foster, went to het (limber The ding among the atock men yesterday. W. Immediately upon lus hhoxtijib uruica uiioii-- t Main and Depot SlreeU, ha b.en licetxed room and waa engaged probably fifteen .IN lb tt tout C miles fnin Llllnsiton. fclld II. Prewitt bought 1,000 to t,200 lamba of laud contains two vslnalde, workable strattaof by W.H. Spoonamore, who la prepared to minute in putting away her newly washed Irom both of partien at fi cents, delivery to be cut, oust! Id tolwesnnulcosl, with sufficient which pitch the public generally. He clothe, when she aaw reflected in the mir-o- r, varioua to tbs railroad li down grade, accommodate made June 10th, and jambs to weigh CO rortcrefulng purposes. Tb rsllrvad will be comf2t of and 12 ha a good alable attached. the partly concealed form of A burly lb. Toui 'Woods bought of J II. & B. II. pleted by Auicuil 1st Tsrmi-Cre- dlt tuonlba, bonds of avea dits and equal Installdst uncattle at $10, ments, bearing 0 per csnt. Interestor frou, purchasThe Grand Jury adjourned Friday aftcy nero man behind the door. Frightened Shanki 25 head 2 year-oltil paid, (loodsscurlir required lbs returning Jfl indictmenta. With the exrep. almost to death, she still had presence of and of J. II. Shanke six head at $15, equal er, with s lien retslosd on tha Isnd. renonsde-Irlta Infurui thBiuielrfis coacsratuir this land tlon of one for murder, two for robbery mind to put on a bold front and to demand to ubout 41 cents per lb. Dwight Root can call at the saw mill or Ftulkner A ItcUin, or W.O.HKADLtV. and one lor grandJarcuoy, they arc, uiMlly in fierce tonea what be waa doing there. bought 0 cattle from J, . Anderson, of ou th underslgued Kir. K. M. llradlsy, deed. forgamlugand vlolationa of the whUky Surprised at her bravery, the negro began Todd, at $10. to aliow fear, and ordering him down the County Court Day. A fair day, a GLENCOE! Jok Heveiiake, of Chenault, Severance iteps, she marched htm Into the presence fair crowd and a fair lot of stock ia about of her mother, having previouily fattened all that can be aald of yesterday. The ork, A Co., haa ut returned from New and they claim that they will be able the the front door. In answer to questions he auctioneera estimate the rattle at 300 to laat of thl wtek, to ahow their friend and told the ladle that he waa nearly starved 400, and all agree that they were generally in of an InferWr quality. Cupt, II. T. Bush the publlo generally the largeit and nlceat to death, and had gone into the room search of food. Miss Itesiie hail the horn aaya that owing lo hortnea of feed and atoock of goode etelxned In Hlanrord. blown and in a aboit time Mr. Foster, who grass they did not sell a well at wa an bTALLlON, ADDALLAH Mil. Da vi Scott left at thlaofilceyea-lerday- " waa out on the farm came to the home, MY COMBINED tlclpated. Moat of them were withdrawn, (ILtNCOE, will iund tho prewul st "T trvrllcli from n thorn bdih, which but not before the negro had succeeded In aold brought 4 to 4 cent per liable, 2, tullos Irom Uuitonvlll. Lincoln Co., but those snd Liberty turnpike, akull and getting away from the ladles. He, Ky,oiib lluilouillle r, had g'rown through a niulrrel' pound for best and 2) to 3) for common AT TEN DOIMAKH carried it to the height of ten feet. It pursued and captured him, and al- and acrub atock. No mule ollered. Horae du when the mire proms Iniurs s e could not have been allpped over it, aa though h bad changed hi coat and made sold from SCO to 100 per head, Capt. J To be lu lusl.coll.uonsr lu usr hwumu iuo Trading to f uisVei tho aeaton uioner duo. ABDALsnd large thorn wore atlcklng out above and other alteration In hi Ml M. Hlgglua reporla aleof cattle at 2J to LAH (ll.hNCUl.tsadarkbar, IS bauds sud 1 In It Uorer has high, V oeiow ... - U Ueasle readily recognized him, Calling In tceuU. Horse at $30 to $C0. and one ches see nowjresrtold. lieiwv IrotU-- In Mauui.ua-Uuiuuiu, a 10 irac wuu has proTen bltuaclf s goud breeder ot coiuUued JiUDQeGvHI.,Y recelvedlbe . following Capt. Weatherford, It was decided to take mule at $70. Col Ike Dunn failed to re- hones, baling produced sowt ot th best walkers "In fall, the negro tojall, and accordingly he aud Mr. P0'1- recommendation yeteulayi lu lb. HUle AbdallihUlencoowsi tired br Joo show wat witnessed by a Abdillaa, b 17 bl. tluo. be by AleasruVr's AU The horse marCli the .11 IBS'.1 John Cobb went enlo Foster started with him In spring a wagliambUoulan, 1st dam by Willis; dtllah, h which seemed, high Xuddaubyby a uddls-bonpedlgrea unknown, to aee the Judg I think he la agood man I on, but when they got aa far aa Mr. Foreslua large crowd yeeterduy, doubls-hes-d thorough-breBuuard of Held' lie jumped out and made good hla ly entertained iy the performance of the 3rd dam slo bit brrcdiug qualities, I refer U tha mars. At think, l)e I In hla hart the rile aorte J J Hrre, J K. 1,Uiuih animals. Prominent among the uillowiuiiienlltuicn UI. aiua'n I think rqiI U with him In Mi bin. escape Into a neighboring cane brake. handsome It ,4 'I iiiIi- - tlvlu ftirtMuiler. J n.i great credit beauties were Mr.K Baxter Wick' Ham- i'wl J. W. Wealberlyrd, lluitoutlllv, sad K. II. nt'M ho hai the apjerlnC of a god aervlng Mis Ilessle certainly deserves specimen of horse Burmlde, Btsuturd mau autjsl ul tulfy tonotforglt for her bravery. The average girl would blilonlan, a splendid Powell' fine combined tliltTiKl TRrt- -1 man when lie wanU the have screamed and fainted, while tbe bur- flesh; Mr. K. MoELROY. Abdallah Olencoe; Win. llubble'a My lu BOB aUo stand at the stale place Jack, will plaaeagajiyio I ay gwl bloat Id old age glar got off with hla booty. The only horse, Fancy Boy, Levi Hubble' Ou Time, aud AT EIGHT DOIXAKH JobnaCobh and hla brother. martin Cobb thing known to have txen atolen by the Messenger and a lu foal, ou tame thUjaanhoo'Lim Hte injfabbut,- .- - scamp waa a bottle of perfume, the moat of W. G. Dunn Abdallah hows are adver- - To tuturfor wart action aud ttyl thl conditions aa Jack it tits, aboT. ' which he had. ourud on himself before he Abdallah Prince. These owaiiy our Judg iiutthl lu tho the K. H. tledrin'thie paper, aud espoclally atlen April, Wi. waa caught. if you pleeM dr awl Com IrcUs Notta.. ' Bouth. II 1M " r. m. itr, Klf tt, Heml-llRl- it Hu the greatest magician and performer of the day, will give exhibition of hi wonderful power at YnrrrnitAT waa aa warm an lummer, the the Opera House here next Monday and 81. tbermometer registering is high Tuesday nights, April 10th and II lb The town wax full of Ajrricul.ural Ma. City Fxectioh The first election clilnerr yesterday and many were disposed under the new charter occurred Saturday, or. when the following Coiincilmen were A WAnnnoBR, book eaae, office table, elected) William Dangherty, Jno. J. chalra Ac , Aa, for sale. Apply to Jamea Col. W. G. Welch, Geo. I). Wear-eT. Craig. W. G. Itaney, More Klmore and M. G. Judge T. P. Hill, Jr., preaent poA Tat Thiwi. The Secretary of H tale Nevlu wacUltffora certined manuscript copy lice Judge, waa elected City Judge without ofur new charter, when $2.60 would be opKltlon, There were but 75 volet caat. The question aa to whether hog ahould good pay. r large or not waa not decided, the 1'jiok. 8. M. ItifiNKY will delirer a tttt run at vote being a tie, but a five of the seven lecture on the alreelt of IIuatonTllle next fjr keeping the filthy aniSaturday erening at 2 o'clock, on the Coiincilmen are mate oil the streets, It la more than likely "Hclence. of Horsemanship." that they will adopt an ordinance to that The barn of Mr. CI. A. Adami, waa effect. burned a few night ago with ita content MARRIAGES of liar and other provender. The origin old Mr. W, G. Wallace, a of the fire la a myitery. $800; In bachelor of thl) vicinity, write from aurance, $160; Ga., that he will arrive here The adjourned meeting almost every with his bride. It will take his friend by day at the St. Aaaph, of the S , but surprli aa no intimation of audi intention the crowded condition of our columna thla had been given out by htm. morning compete ui to iotpone tbia notice Mr. James A. Depauw, a clever young till another lotoe of our paper, business man of this county, will lead Miss "The proceeding of the Conuty Court Maggie IlifTe to the hymental altar, to Covington. Misa Maggie Ia i were amtller and of lea Intereat that ever morrow at who moved known before," remirked Clerk Illaln, a daughter of Mr. J. W. Rifle, Into hi office laat evening, to that place from Ilustonvitle, some time we dropld )lnce. '"There I abaolutely nothing to report." Go TO Y. II. HlttlnV for aeeil potatoes, Iwlli Hwetl and Irlsh HrKXAX, slelght-of-hasav m tlon ia called to their pedigree. Then there were George W, Alford' Screamer, Will Hawkln'a Gray ) Norman, S. II. Ilaiighrnan' Norman, just arrived from Illinois, and John llanghman's Abdallah Messenger. The Messrs. ll.il!! showed several fin fscks. LINCOLN BRUCE, H Comprised WARREN & CO. 3Vi:3rI!Drl.aDE3CJV.akTT C 3. RUFLEYy iI-Twr- KTAIVFOItO, KY., T . I IL. O 3EL, f ttyls. Ills motto It: COUNTt Huthnnllt. Takes thli opportunity of thanking hit pttiont In Sltnfjrd tnd vicinity for their liberal mppott, tad hopes to retain It, tshthst ie.(te--t a thlt early In the teston, before being culled over, and It Fiom tha best of Foreign Makers. They will be cut and mi Is In nrt-(ls- i "To Eiesl." Catling snd Repairing neatly snd promptly done Every thing that WALL PAPER ! WALL PAPER!! WALL PAPER ! ! ! Cheaper Than Ever Before .A.T McRoberts te Stagg's. EEATJTIF0L, STOCK 1 !, For-sylh- y ! aif a H TIiIhXcw Mill, cotiiHiiiliiK (ko latent am! MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY im ItfT- - f- For HiaiiiifacttiriiiK meal autl Hour, Ih now in full epcratiou. lVc will RriutI Tor ciihIoihci-h- , Tor the present, on Tuesday, IV edit C8tl ay, TttiirNtlay, Friday and Satunlay orcaeli woeh, and en Ceurt-Dayand all other iuiblic dayi. H'c Hollclt a liberal Rhare of patrouaKu mid will endeavor to give entire HUtlsfaclloii. Flour, Meal, Corn, Bran, Shipstuff, &c., KOKT. McAIISTR. Always ou hand and for sale, llighcttt cash price paid far Corn, lVhcat, Ac. OrderM left at Mill promptly attended to. Iflss- wwtmymm DEAIiEES -- fi) HTD Mtote CHEMICALS, DRUaS, MEDICINES, PERFUMERY AND PAN0Y TOILET ARTICLES, Books & Stationery.Paints.Oils, Varnishes, Dye Stuffs WINDOW GLASS AND PUTTY, -t Cami-ihim- Pure Winoa and Liquors for Medical Purposes. Proscriptions accuratoly compounded. Wo havo also a largo and well soloctcd stock of Watches and Jowolry, which wo propose to sell at less than city prices. Watchos and Jewelry Repairod and Warranted. W. co cd blga-iiume- dial-lenge- FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING! - a B. TS.. Main Street, WEAREN, 3sr Stanford, Ky. O I havo bought out my brother, Jl. H. Wcaren, and will continue tho Furniture and Undertaking business at the same stand, in tho St. Asaph Hotel building. I will keep a lull stock of Furniture of description and sell at iigurcs that cannot bo beaten. My stock of Collins and Caskets will be comprehensive. Shrouds and Hobes always on hand. I also repair Furniture and do carpenter's job work. (Orders by telegraph promptly attended to.) B, K. WEAREN. oy-c- ry GEO. D. WEAREN, STANFORD, LANCASTER and HUST0NVILLE, DEALER ls. Wanted IN .1 ' . itl Grain, Wool, Orchard Grasss and other Seeds, M MIK Mantua-Mikin- 'W " mJ'im'i 'M'Hrggs.g--annAjglMM- M ?- Sale of Ynlunblo tbecourt-houMdoorl- n Land ex-- n. tl .! -- -- ' ' fi Jl-t- d ABDALLAH c CD CO 151 -- lag aj mZs2& -. o CD 1 w rt-..- how-eve- ' m,u-rsn- v- - -' -- 1""" -- -. -- Trx.- . mi a 1 BTJGGIES NelMIlMderM, IleHHen. A.IT3D CABRIAGES, Hwy-rrcHMet- t, d tiralu IrlllH, Ceriil'IuHtcrH, bHlby IMhh, ullhHtix, IlarrowH, i:rn.SkellerH,,TIretik- MlrHW.Ciiltvn. liiK MacklHCH HHd car-loa- MctHvrm IlHy-KaUe- a '09 N3UUVM pr 'aonua And otler Implements and MaoUnery. Wo buy excluiiTely from Manufacturer., d lots, and consequently obtain tbe largest direct, for cub, in Qoods a; Seasonable Prices-t- he loweit rates of freight. Our motto is t Tirst-clas- s Best is always the Obespest." Kespectfully, Rt.nfnlil.'KT. sitrra T YirvatTW I- -' xu. T.. UITUKUN. Mausicr LaBrasttr lit. OHi:i:X A WIIiHAMH, alaars lluilootllU D1 a. At, asi.srta t I l It Bitter-SeTht tttett AutomtttmC Tht Romance tf a Siretf Car. T. HARRIS, A recent news letter fMH Vienna, Sealed by llselisMUIat of tho Tea years ago, one opprewivo sumWho says: Two mos-th- s ngo mt automaton grato firo, whoMjKsmiiig served only mer night, a gentleman, who was then will rxij tattO The Meat and Previsien Stere, Tho Whlrnlintil ami wntlctiori oftor lh pprrhmln tho rfon, or caned King-Fi- i was exhfMlS) in VI-e- to lllumino tho room with tho dim and is now a dealer in teas and spices Km for ttlr from f.100 to HOO worth of Haul Fur- - Swrtnns wlm niihlf ml John MnnVt,on Iho lllh l'lirprr, lJ, r.lhl rrol.lrnro nnr Crib for the first iimt, and eftuoed a half light that ono sees so often in one in New York, was a guest at tho Troy ltM.I,' Umr, Niotm, .! HTM'IIKN ItllltCH, Thou wlthlnf l bf Uirhanl. Kj. BTsflV April 4, 1882 great commotion. The automaton, as of Jfemiramk's beet wtfM, m ft eatoM House. Ho asked tho clerk if there Momlnfr, MKa, irr.r. nil Ill II, riateoMni at bl ilcoorbiuinonMln itrwl, Mn miirr. CUIITI8, also tho stool upon which it was seat- aftW 12 o'efeck aunfont.Kr w , .' MtmK wero any amusements that oveulng, IIACIlKI, Al.MSON. rM. rang, mid In and receiving a ed, wero too small to admit of the thinking. Tho door belt ncgativo reply, InquirWath Joint' Boem. of any person being con- an Instant a servant ushered Into tho ed whero ho could find a cool spot to r possibility Very few people who read a STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, young man, whom rest an hour or two. Tho clerk advishave any idea of how much cealed in them. Besides the stool room a com- Mablo greeted cordially. was of glass, aad They talk ed a rido on tho street cars to Albia meet nrroT irr BTArtmnn, kv., trowbfe it Js to get if into ahtpe. For subjects forawhilo, and back, The gentleman boarded a himself and tho tub plicated machinery, consisting of ed of commoa-placan editor to do G, 5, W1M, ject justice, ho must not bo disturbed wheels of all kinds and dimensions, among others a trip to Har rod's crook car. Noxt to him eat a young lady, and springs and chains. Tho ma over tho Narrow guago railway, hut tho daughter of a poor, but respected tiXtlK IN .aftfX while incubating the editorial egg that is lo develop into a full fledged edi- chine was wound up at tho beginning finally Goo. W. Simpson spoko tho Englishman, then a resident of Albia. SYMPTOMS OF A 1 M.'ffiKr!!i torial. If ho is disturbed on hit nest oi each performance, and was' then words that had been in his heart so The young lady was not very young, I Tahlrti, Ar. aMo to answer any quettiea k arith longtold Mablo of his strong death-leXlirl.lj Wotk neither very handsome, but was at or has to Icavo it, that egg will not Ioaanf Appetite, Uowola eoatlra, l'aln In of all hind metic put to it by tho spectators. Tho love for her, and how ho should traclivo nnd bright. Her occupation dull aenaatlon In tho tho Head, with hatch, which is a grievous disappoint I MZjUm sHskaliiiAl retail? book part, l'aln under tho uhouldar r, anil blade, fullnaaa after ratine, with n cluin- racnt not oal to the editorial ben, exhibitor. Herr Rosen, was offered never bo happy until ho felt that It was school teaching. A remark by oiination to exertion of body or mind. . iBr-Haionoy by members of Hie aristocracy was returned. Rising from tho chair .the gentleman led to an informal conBJ but likewise to the rcadinr public. of temper. Low oplrlta, with Irrttabllltr having ami a fooling of naaloctoit aome duty, ywtcrday tho to disclose his secret, but ho refused In which she was seated, Mablo wont versation, which became to interestWoi were iacubatiB Wearlnaaa, Uiailnoaa, ilutlxrlna: at tho When tho whole town to him and, placing her hand in his ing that when tho voting lady's resi on appllra-tloMoart, Dotaboforo tho eyea. Yallow Hkln, subiecti of 'Wah Jones' Doom in , Meaitacho amorally over tho right eyo, tho court's said in a low, tremulous voice: "Yes. dence at Albia was reached she was Texas, but owing to Various and sun had gone to seo King-Fujloatletaneaa, with fitful dreama, highly i For a quarter of a rfntoryor mora Hoatrt curiosity was rowed, awl tho Empe- George, I am proud of your lovo, nnd not aware of it until tho conductor colored Urine, and dry interruptions, wo propose to ex r'a Ptmnarh Itinera hat tho rrlxnlng called her attention to tho fact. After apMlfla for Inillfronion, fotrr on.l CONSTIPATION. plain our editorial failure to hatch ror had M. Rosen called to perform I lovo you in return." KENTUCKY'S ROUTE ague, a kxaof phyairal niatnlna, George drew to his hear tho girl who sho had gono tho gentleman asked the ami ottx-- ilKwnlom, ami h llTrrrunilali.l TUrr.HriL.tV4nritrairlllyiiloifo!ia to llisg it in the waste ono evening befuro himself, the Em Yo had out. iml anrhrnaoa, nnrilnftec!Tortaaurlin rhango I press, aad littlo Princess Valerie. The had said these sweet words, nnd toeeth conductor who tho lady was. The Imlorml bjr mctllrlne men aa a hrallh lifts It et. of frollngna lo n.t.inlah IhoanrTrror, a atrcngth rwtoratirr. It EAST AND SOUTH-EASThr-coiim It was nino o'clock in tho morning. nutomaton solved all tho problems er they walked slowly to an open win- conductor, who had supposed the two ami to wrmature ilrrajr, nrantrrarla ami body iaInrreoM. il,r Anprtllcaml ayaiam tho ami auttalna la Tnlt on r'lfNth, ttiua Ui nonrtattf-tl- . ami by ihrtr Tnttlr Art ln on tha The printers were about out of copy, put to it, and who tho peftormanco dow, and were soon standing on a were friends, gavo the young woman's comrorta tl airclAllami Infirm. ami IKnlcra HrrwUr ajlooL art pro. nra DruniUU I'oraato f diml. ITlco b rnt. U nana Nk, IK. Y. Chesapeake & Ohio R.R., That was over, the Empress said lo Rosen: vino embowered porch of one of tho namo. Said tho gentleman: "I would generally. bo wo had to writo in a hurry. "Now you will not mind telling ua pretty cottages along tho celebrated liko to meet her again. I am a widin itself is enough to make a journalKine-Fu?But "River Bant route. ower with two children and I livo in ist nervous and lacapablo of collecting the secret of your "Here, sweetheart,'' said Georgo, New York. I havo never met a lady avvS is rather chilly out Rosen did mind. The Mxt day hie lilijtSouglris. It (laAY IlAiana WimxriK rhaorrd toadUMar IIU.CI by atnal aipliratlnn of thla l a, II ln. sitfc.jBnu wrery visitor who opened quarreled with his serrant, whor - "hero with the stars in all their pur in my life who looked, talkod, and parta a natural rotor aria Instantaneously fiol4 Ulrrrl Itonln nllliont Chance cf Cars oa rocrlpt of II. by Dra(aia,or oral bynri-the doorMft it open, which is another ing dismissed, betrayed his former ity looking down upon us, lot mo civo acted so much liko ray wifo as tho master, and ho told a dreadful storv you our bethothal kiss," hthkay nth xr.w tohk. nrriiT, as atariL r t.imu, i.iwvmm young woman X accidentally met on element of distraction. IN- rCMiaj. um ouia. aitftoa taaa .rrttMtML laTHKaM were being spok- your car." Tho conductor, taking an While aMiri We began to write, and had gone of a young man who was concealed and who suffered en, Mable's father, having jutt return- interest in tho romantic case, answer" within King-Fu- , as as far as, "Just at this political Krntnrkjr and llunllagton, rtlaualon, Clisr-- ed from a trip over tho Bcargraes ed tho varied questions of the widowlotieaville, lllelimohd, and Ihe hhorltal, when the door opens and lota ia a tidal horrible agonies during each perferai-aaeWxleletland most IVinlorlablo Iloule lo Trip police intervew? atM horse-ca- r railway, had come silently er, and finally agreed to take his card wave, and a man with a large roll of found that thero certainly was a boy into tho parlor, and seeing the open to her and ask for an interview at manuscript under his arm. Wo act laYNCIIIIUlcfl. tMNVll.l.K, XOKFOI.K , On tho following evening as if we did not see him. He intro (Rosen's own nephew) inside King-Fu- windowthad stepped to it and heard all. her home. but that ho was, all things conan introduction took place, which was $ duces' himself as Col. Byron McScrib- STILL LEAOS WITH THE Five mtnutes later Oeorgo was on followed six months latter by a m arbier. lie says: "1 nave about con- sidered, pretty comfortable, and cer& VirKlnia & North Carolina Fointi. cluded lo allow your paper to pub- tainly suffered no agony. The" pi- tho corner waiting for a street car. raign, investigation of tho gentleman's rhl?XM-1rk- i lliWI'.rvfA..aaaVtaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaCJaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaTWaaarBjLaFa' lish this little noetic cem." We tell pers got wind of the affair, and Rosen A friend cataejip. "Are you going statements concerning his standing I'ULLWix Cuariiu AlTiCllkD. having verified them in detail. The him we are very busy, and for him to announced his departure froraVKHWM.H to tho ball this evening?" he said. shut the door. Wo came very near uu.jujuwiu .uo Biinpe oi wit) ponce, "No," answered George, while a former widower now has five children lor llclela and further Infoamalluo, pply lo telling him to shut it iroru tho out- stopped him, and actually put him in pained expression flitted across his fea and a happy homo in all respects. vour nearesi nisei amce, or add W. W. prison on the charge that he had tures; I'm going to the. city hospital. Troy Times. Monroe, uiv. r leum and 1'awenier A'l, Ijai- side. Ulon, Ky. cheated tho public out of 20,000 florbox-toeboot had done its deadTho "I woald liko lo read you a few ins. After five days' A Boston mau on a rainy day seeW. NMITII. detention M. ly work well. II. W. rill.l.KK. cantos." Post. ing a man ahead of him whom ho Oau'l Manater, llen'l laa.'r Agt, t a lUriiuoiiD, Viaoiau. "Haven't got time now printers Rosen was liberated, there being no l ta n pttrply vrgi tnlilc lilltrr iiimI thought to be a friend, with a silk A youne 'New York farmer fell in real charge against him. The public, ' are.waiting for copy." tonic nml la wnrrntitiil n amilt nml umbrella hoisted over his head, rushertaln rurn fur I'rtrr mil Amir, ('I1III1 "JCcScribbJer (persuasively) "Sup although" duped, was entirely an Ml love with a pretty young woman who ed up to him, clapped his hand on his CONDENSED TIME. ami Kowr, liilrriiilltrnl nr t'lilll came to make n visit in his town, AND SELL THE BEST Those who believed pose you give them a little gem of Rosen's side. I'l'M-r- , Diiinli Amir. Won her, insisting upon shoulder, and shouted by way of a wooed and I'rrloilU-ii- l nlnl nil nr IIIIIiiiih mine to set up, and he lays the that a machine, onco wound up, could joke: "I'll take that umbrella, if BUGGY ON THE GLOBE niiiliirlnl In iiihutikilli: LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE bundle on the desk. Wo say "no" answer multitudinous questions must tho marriage at once, to which sho you please." The individual addresstin" niil jhiIu-- . nwit-- l loiigiK-- . llilrr l:tv(tnl, Ioh if nM-llliuhi In Hh- - l.k very emphatically. He says he will have believed in a miracle; and I these consented. Ainumber of guests were ed looked around and disclosed an enFOR THE MONEY. jii'l liilna, nml iiiIiIiii-m- i 11I llit-- hIihi nnd HAIMtO.ll LINK. leave it for us to peruse at our leisure, who did not believe it must of course invited, the two were married, all the tire stranger, but before the other nl xtrrinltii, nr.- only iriiHiitWti have tacitly acknowledged that they young men (in the neighborhood inand to bo very careful about it, as he nj tnitutna. wliwli tirmtimln lit the could apologize he said, hurriedly: TKA1NH tlOIMO NOItTII. SEND FOR CATALOGUE Mfim airHtt)in, aiiivnilMl ll likatl Inter would not take $5,000 for it. If it is were being deceived in some manner. sisting upon kissing the bride, which "Oh, it's yours, is it! Well, I didu't linl (mifiia.' crirulriHi. Miacn I, IMt. Et Hen. published he . will pay cash for tea When M. Rosen complained of, hay made the new bridegroom very indig- know that. Here, you can have it," It la n ntartlliij; bul. Hint iiInIiia, AND TESTIMONIALS OF Lve. ltlrhmond.. 00 a m out and leaves ing spent a w.eek in prison, he wasun--swere- d nant indeed. ""Sho mado her escape at and broke away, leaving tho umbrella r copies. The poet tjoes lo nml olln-firrm l,enrsster... !( 111ml if tlio " r that ho certainly deserved once into an adjoining room and tne nml AgH. " Utlncitoo 'inn tt the door open. Wo push the buadle in his hand. HUNDREDSOF LIVERYMEN iiimI I'reimmlUina," ' Ciab llnhatiL. off into the waste basket, and resume some punishment for having cheated bridegroom has not seen her since, "TunHa," In tlio iiwrkrt ' rjlanhcd.. 'llso udm I rt I, Shelby City, iihlilo (rum tliomt lulnelHl labors on the "Wash Jones' the "very highest court in Europe" at least he has not been able to recog of tho Kentucky Tho foreman our WHO HAVE USED THEM Danville Junction, tlii'V iUlsil4-- , his. I nitty iIUmiiikIi nm 1. into believing what 7 He packed nize her. In fact she was a smooth Gazette, when hearing that Longfellow Boom," Mltcliellsburg tin nk tin ililll, lii lint run-- , l.iit liiit,- - tlsr King-Fup, and left Vienna with his faced boy, and the courtship, wed was dead, turned the column-rule- s Ibanon ...M. TZ.'ZHZZZZZ.! 1 11 V- - At) DRESS of iiiaLiiinl niHl lliolr utiii dnu I""-"- " In I'Have you any copy ready?" asks 1 11 New Haven. .. of that paper upside down, supposing it 20,000 florins, his nephew, and his ding and all were the "makeup" Hie trm, irrln-iii- t iiuliihii. illr'tw-wArr. fobaoon Junelton, the foreman. a aa , ruiKlni; in tlio vnr. Ihh(hiIm- - . 1119.1 uifl I'lnelnnall Junrllou. what his comrades were pleased to call was the celebrated horse of that name. automaton. Before we have a chance to tell It. r iliwinlrM IKil.illle. ...... g 80 " HHr' furiiikbtld. 1I1.1.1 ll. a practical joke. In . nr Vrrv tlilelislwl ,liinn tlii-him to go to Halifax, the door opens When told of his mistake, ho turned A Newtboy't Death Bed. TltAINS (It)IN(l MOUTH. Ami: d UK lksrntitblv nalanslt and lets in an Arctic wave and Col. I had looked at the boy, whose 1m A very little Tun goes a long way them right side up, with a relieved fnwH Um- asoii-iiuxkHta F.X. Dan. Alaarnl, IMC Hnflyj,: r, COLUMBUS OHIO. ami alvrart rliri- -i llw . years numbered fourteeur fifteen, with the State legislator. He is paid expression of countenance. - nluiiio no iliiliir. r am flat llEKEnENCESj Lve, loulsvllla. .... "Lobkr here!. My advertisement was and saw hi the white face, 'hollow a per diem for making laws, and the IIOihi iiijnrii IIki iho-- I slfllrasliLvr. blaufurd. "Shiftless people" is tho titlo which I haro Lrrn haoJUog youl that IMpD fl ENTLau not at'the head of the column, and cheeks and the unearthly bright eves. vast labor ots it necessitates his taking ixulli-ani-- . nml t ulni'r " CrabUrrhard-Ar- r. alJc-bI femnlo lecturer has given her dis- Orcwalcr yoara. So wacooa, phaatoot, cle., for Iho Unit; tlalntj-t- o rrmvulHR llmt tt ImireM the enrv, It 4 la Uilccitoa ... next to reading matter last week. tho unmistakable marks of that dread a Jittle recreation, in the Uhio law a far lhy bare altrn tatlro lit ii pail four Lve, lncasler . . SO 5 m IwIoim trm a hva (rum course. Why didn't sho call it "Adam aallafaclUn Wall wbohara bouiht lhain. ami I That wont do." , Arr. Ulchmon.l. . SM disease which places its victims be- factory a bill1 was introduced giving a and Eve," frral uany cipaet to bo ablo or "Tho Greek Slave," or atason than any ofto wll a loua yaara. mora Ihla I '! Trusting liio prot We cease our labors oa "Wash yond all hope consumption. authority to chance her name. Coinpl.iliit, Arrn'a Am r ladv , something ot that sort? These mean you will Uablalo ailallorJerspromiilly, I am, (1 Tr I.lvrr I.y illrcit on tlio llvrr Jones' Boom," and tell Col. Huffy PULLMAN FALA.OE 0AH8 NlciioLAa IlANaa, Utrrynian. On the table lay an old Bible, its Ono of tho "Tunny fellows who iufest )mh4 Ixliury uMrntiia, ilrlirt nut Hie that, his ad. will be fixed up all right. yellow pages lying open where th"e the halls of legislation moved to strike the same thing and they are better Ufayattc.InJ. To Memphis, Utile Rue-- . Mobile, Montgomery, wlilcli nrtMlnt-tliraa nitiiilallit, ntnl Great West and New Orleans. He next wants a copy of tho Bungtown mother had finished reading. The out the proposed name and substitute names for a lecture. 0 ast limes: WaliaTotrou ustnc anj srlllo tha to n AlpiruiM, limltky Emigrant! loTeiat have Ibelrrholreof Iwoioutca: your w.rk in Clarke county for Iho past loor cotiJltlon. Banner of December 19, He expects boy's mind was wandering. Ho was that ot tho honorable-bachelo- r via Mepiphlaor via New Orleans. Tlase much Mr. James B. Iiaitej, of Syracuw, N. Y., yaara with tbo boat aillslattloa to ouraalrra aoj who V trarrant It wlien taken nccorillns to quicker sod ralea lower than by aay other unltersally Your bujjlra us to stop booming up Wash Jones, too weak to cough, and the accumulahad offered the bill. ' This was done write: "Of all men born toaufler, I think I customer. by our milomera aro bo Iho rery beat route. Ills alto the to and hunt for the Bungtown Banner of tion in his throat could not be re- amid a greatbarrah. Then this work liRTe had mj fulled ihare; from my four- for tbo jirlco that tan bo bouiht In tho country. teenth Teat I had been a miserable inralid. Your Combination fprlnic llufxy Is pronounced ueeemoer i). wo ten him wo are moved. had necessarily to bo reconsidered, When twentjMx jeara of age, I felt I waa by all to bo tha finest, aortrot, and easiest riding Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., QOIOKEBT, 0HEAPE8T AND BEST uso. Your llrawster s.le-btoo j busy right then to do so. CoU Itoule u all points In Mlasworl, Kansas, llllawls, "Shine yer boots shine 'en for a and so a good half day was lost. It alxlr. Mr trouble made uie unfit for buny now Id without a rlral. Taking all waf on 1'racllcal and Analytical Cliciulste, In all la certainly Indiana, lues, Nebraska, Colorado, Alkansaa. Huffy puts his hat on tho side of his nick morning paper, air?" came 'In was a greathalf day for Ohio. busine- - or pleasure. A year ago I tried wo fearlessly aay that your burxlre cannot bo Lowell, Mass. Only one thanrolo Chicago, l. louts and tUst. beaten In the. country for style, Mulsh, and dura1'or further Inlurmalkin aluut tlckela 10 the head, and says: "When the time of feeble accents from the pillow. "Par Chicago Times. lirown'a Iron Kitten, and now In my oui nr all tint'uoiaTa rranrwiiini. bility. Youra truly, Moulfa, Kanaas, Coloiado, anl tol(rant ralea lo rear I feel mraelf for once in TaaKAKTi Mosm. my advertisement expires, please dis- per sir? Morning paper! All about florlda, . I. ATMUHi:. my life, 'A jwrfect man.' " Bprlngfleld, Ohio. and Tltkat 1,1.. Iulitllla. k'e. lien. continue' it, sah, and stop my paper." the Assistant' President Grant. " And tho sufferer made an Or V. J. Anthony, AgU. Btaolord. Ky. flKXTLCuitM! I karo had lo llrery now for Mr. Arthur'will sign the He goes out and leaves the door open. effort to clear his throat, which occa aver two veara. and hara not spent a dol for ro- CllfUCH DIKECTOBT. bill. It' was feared that General We have lost a three dollar advertise- sioned something like a death rattle. palra on tberu, and they look nearly as goud aa lUy Stallion, rliht hind luotand near front foot new. Hate had burr. lee of several other manu- while: IM haads hlcX fuale.1 In tII; bled by "BLUE-QBASment owing to "Wash Jones' Boom." The mother was on her knees at the Grant wouldibe opposed to it, becauso ROUTE." facturers, and find nvooao good aa tha Columbus Chaa. Ilunn. huufurd, Lloculn Co., Ky. 8, Sim, he has a Japanese 'servant and is METHODIST, SOUTH. Ket. J. bugglea. ltespectfully, tnlinn-Hired by Mensenaer I'blef, lha aire of llarvrl, nnrl morning tDjnlcht. Buggy Company's foreman "is that editorial ready? .VH..V, anllHtncr Muv .TaaIt huu.. AtWju. urn?, rorhOT, iargely interested in Celestial affaire; furor AUoUiiitTliumUr olnltta. SuuUr Be uvu.ub, T. K. llaoibxia. record J.VS; Maud H sarnaer. t ISxall at I veara The jJriiters, baring no copy,, stand son, who had brought me te the room Conyers, Ueorgla. oM; Ilena C. J 10 gait at i years; Maltlo lcl. 1 SO M. J. H. Blnu, at y.00 arouuij'aiid loak at us as wolves are was by her side crying. I lined the but a special telegram from Washing woinan A.Miulooarr Kuclctr buiwrlDlenduit.thoTht a gall an Jean; 1st amtm boro on ai (years; (laaTLima: The Luirglea hare had of your "lax Mire," I to de when they congregate wasted frame and moistened tho poor ton says thai the General has come Sunday In own month, at J o'clock. Hit. T. T. manufacture haro alien mo entire aatlsfacllon. goud onea, 2.JI nil at yeaia old, and ulher supposed uarjeM, iTMiueuu I hate ever used fur Iho same They are Iho lal dam by tStutloel. record IM,. and theatre nround a dyiug buffalo on tho pruirio. boy's parched lips and tongue with to the conclutien that It would be best -- THE MOIT HEMIUAIII.K UOUTK T- Oof Vin Arnlui. 1 71, recently Umghl ArriST. Ukv. J, M. Dacca. Tutor. rWrrlea amount of money. Youra truly, 11. CuiLias, Urerynian. Onco more we began to write "Just water from the cracked glass that for tho Mongolian to go. This settles D 0 rMond and Fourth Buoda ja, morning and by Comioudorir N. W. Klu.ni fur Itu.Ooo-- An- U Joplln, Mtamurl. night, frartr Meeting arery Wxloeoday after- z to; I. A , 1.24, reite, i.'io;,: louog neniibei. at this crisis in the political history " stood ou the window-sill- . Ho felt it. , In order that casual readers may r noun. ounuajocoooiaiv.ouA.it. a. r Barrow Vlvaudlrre, z:.i.; iiajnoo, m. laiwul. l . ,. . ,. , (llXTLluaai I bare Iwen conuecled wlh tho (.ran J enllnel. Sentinel. (I'ale'sl S.10. Hark! What .dreadful noise is that! the cool hand on his brow, and his uiiuersiauu inu iujihjiuiuub ui vuo au- - j Buperinunutui, minufacturebfanddeallug In butxlea fur fifteen Sentinel la full brother lo Volume r, that stands Wonhlp by the congregation ar years. Your work dues nol look Ilka most farlory at 1500 theMaeon; and Is tbo aim of hi. Julian, It sounds as if a horse and dray wero mind came back to him. "Oh, Jack, nouncement, we will state that Gen "11IHIHTUN.dty. wood. Iron, Hallou work, but la -- THKONI.Y LINK UUNNINO with records of ISXi remnl,JII,landal20vlLo nj and cdmihg up the stairs. Tho door is I'm so glad you've come home. I eral Grant is now the assistant presi- ooJ Pintlord'a Thl Prewhlng br EM. Joa. School painting and smoothly finished lu used In the or belter. trlmmlag. Material Lord'a daya. Sunday at :I1. Joa. BeTerance, hupcrlnUndent St. LouisPost-DispatcColumbus Mugty Company's butglea has proved to burst open, and in comes a giant, shaii' sell any more papers or black dent. dam tj Aleiander'a Abdallah, Iho aire of Id bo of the liesi. They run light. Everyone In Ooldsmllk Maid, record 2 II; Itoaallod, :11),'; puffing and blowing, particularly any more boots, Jack; but don't cry. county havo bought your buioiteaare TboriJ.le.J.W'i; Major Edaall. 3i!V: hu KI1110. CARS A woman in Tennessee got n PKKSI1VTEKIAN. . b0UTH.-l- Ur.at if. So.I, H. W.n this pleated; who give tbo best of satisfaction, School they J.JO. Alexaudtr'e AUlallah by llysdyk'a Ham- " blowing. It is that largo sized Ger- Mother's been readin' somethin' 7T. Duperiniraurnt. Union Prayer Meeting on well n loura truly, divorce from her husband, married item, fi bletonlan. thoaranl aire of Maud 8 . reoordfelbll. -- BirrwEENE. U. Watt. Winchester, Ills. man drummer from Galveston. He and the street llelter. 3 15J,; Kettle, 2:l; Oran,-newspapers to me, Jack, and I another man and had a daughter. Wednesday nlgbta. , aud ) Girl, 2 20; llasrlle, Ml, Jay (lould, is six feet and a half high, weighs know where I'm goin'. Givo ray kit othero wlllirecordof7:30or Wtler. ti The first husband, bent on revenge, Sddam by Ited JackeLheby louirt. and ho bv Ixxlliutoil itiltt Olliailiuiutl. four or five hundred pounds, and is to Tom Jones, I owe him twenty cents. . married the daughter, v and now the Sherman Morgan. Ited Jacket's lam was sired by as jolly as drummers usually are. He Bring all your money home to moth Dealer for Lincoln and Garrard Cos. MOUNK! a ball brother to Itlack Hawk, country is excited and sitting up late till daul an extra ruad mare. brou2ht fruiu lha roars out as ho wrenches oue of our er, Jacic. -- BTAxroaD Sraa W. ! Vance, Marcer county, Kyaod TIME TAULE. IN EFKEOT i wonder if 1 II be 'papers of nights trying to figure out what reif AUC1I IS, 1UI)- -. arms off: aid lobe of Mraaenger blno.). Meaenger Chief or boots' up there? Good-by- e moth lation he holds towards himself and waa aired by AbdalUh Pilot, Iho aire ol l'Icard, - KENTUCKY. "Dot article about der drummer in er: good-by- e LANCASTER. Ited Jim, Jack. Bee 'em shine. the rest of tha. family trioid of 2:30, trial Lve. Iilnj ton TiSOint l.Uptu In 2.21. your last Texas Sittings, vas chcost Morning " a "Jim the newsboy, was Hill aw It Jo pus ii i lat daui br MamUlno Meaaenarr. the. arand sle " Parts.. 1 120 a iu splendid. I dakes twenty-fivcopies. dead. ofbcolt'a Thomas, record 2.21, and tueiTre ofLe- A suit was brought against a Louis- JOILV T. HK1U1NS, FROl'KIETOIt. " Cyntlilsna... .... Ul nu ll'liu S.40 u m wmikl, " Come rait me right avay and join der ............. 10.00 aw tllsDi ville physician to recover a woman's aiiiiu oy Mauiorino l uicl, me sir ol lady Arr. Cincinnati. ......., 11:43 am S0 pu It is a popular error to suppose that heart that ho Weed off whsu making sons of temperance," and he winks -- CLASS Thorne, record 2.18,: Woodford Maubrluo,2:2lt(; HOTEL A FIRST Mambrlno rilot, til; IHrknisl. t.fSii; Maubrl. ivy growing on the walls of a house a couvivially. examination, no mar, r.ity,, say nenry, t.tjw; iirlnolla, Leave Uxloglon at 4.S.1 p. to and arrive at Mays- tie hail In orery particular. The patronage ot tho nubile villa S.13 p. u. Free Parlor Car leaves "Don't you see these printers are makes ft damp. The attachment of probably courted tho -- woman at one aollcltcd, and aatlifactton guaranteed. fl'-t- f 3rd dam br Imii. KaicJeon. known aa lha fa. Lexlngluu at 2:13 p, ro. and laavea ivy to walls, so far from injuring timo without inakincr anv impression, waiting for something to set op." bunting horse of Kntlaud. Cincinnati at 2 p. m. Itli dam by Teui.rat: sets 'em up myself," says our tuem and causing dampness, is an ad rand wanted ti' try "I on Slhdam by Tiger Whip; Close connection made InClnelnnatl for all pot a Is friend; and seizing us by the arm vautage. If the walls are dry when the internal thing. Jtli daut by Parnaby'a Olomede, 7th dam by Cannon'a Whip; Norlh.Laal and Weal. Special ralea to Euilgraule. right where it is vaccinated, he drags planted, ivy will keep them so. If (Hi dam by rllilp's Paragon, Ask the Agent at the plarea for a Remarkablo phenomenon : A tipsy Abdallah Pilot was tired by AleiauJrr'e AUlal. of the "lllue (Irasa Itoule." llound-Irl- p us to tho door with great difficulty, (lamp, ns the plant overspreads, their Main Ht., .StHiifortl, Ky. Hi kela from Maysvllleand Lexington lo lab. disappear. Whero Oostonian, who was arrested while his superior physical dampaess .will notwithstanding au Id at reduced ralea. 1st dam Ulaadlna by Maukrluo thief, 2nd dam tba Illrch luare, by I'arkrr'a Ilrown PI rates o house bold goods and west.ru dampness prevails, ivy sucks out tho making vain efforts to plutch at a bar- JOHN strength. lot, (dam ofUosallnd, 'J.2lJtJ. MambrluaMesseo-ge- r C1IAS. A. IIASI.ETT, policewaa aired by Meuibrlnu Paymaster, Iho sir ol (ten. Emigration Art., Covington, Xj. Foreman "Wo would like to have moisture, and its thick foliage will ber's pole, exclaimed, as tho Mambrlno Chief. Pain by Van Itanialler'a dray C UPltOWN, U.I'.aT A. somethiug to set up while you are prevent the access of rain to tho struct- man drifted him in the direction of the OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 Messenger. He Is hair brolhor to (lolUh and lola, and many ol the Arst trottrra. lola waa retarded "Stransh, Ineveruaw'r ure; and thus it is not only a remover, station-houso- : gone." In her day aa one ol tbo beat trolling marea living. before." "Set up the Bible or tho tea com- but a preventive of dampness. The 'rora borealish a' near iitox BOARD, 02.00 DAY. a Bnow.vseuro flirniTTnna aro no,Mambrlno Paymaster waa sired by old Mambrl- pottvmxvi and be by Imp Meaaenarr. I mandments, or a chapter from Gov only danger attending the planting of nil diseases certain tVi'ilj'llfrtarf wJ It Is a curious fact that it was the " . Ik. III. i Roberts' book on Texas, or any ivy ou uuuuings is nnere insure occur ernor tvqulrliiK a complcto tonloi )Un.-.erv- e MESSEXGEK FIUNCE ! Jl iiarr. U trta rf(aaaaa I..M..,,; t ut,..J both Special Accommodation to Commercial republican party that furnished ll.bllllr. 1V"m" thing else tno people nave not lead in the walls, in which case tho shoots the man who shot its president and Meee.eld faslsle Travelers. SIM.ImII. U..I.J vbull. Fovcitt, AVont of Appetite, Ilk ' -- r. naadl., 1 .11 Pay Stallion, uo while; foaled In la'D; bred by yet," we reply as we pat the big and roots will eater, and, if left un ilu k, U.I mUZh b. m.,r,4 kr IkwlaMu li.suu.i k, su. the one who stabbed his reputation Ijohh of Htrcngtli, Itck of lncrfo-- , Chaa, puutt.Mlanford, IJuculu county, Ky. drummer out "of the office, aad go disturbed, their growth will soon begin DuggageiTraBsforre4 Free of Charge hired by Mesaenger Chief. blood, strcnutli-en- s ho was laid in the grave. etc. nurlclica tho MlnnuMlUtUlkliUiMUn. 1st dam by to tell ou the building, and will, by after aire along with him. til rillKl tlio intisclcH, ntul given now Lulgma, 2; ji; Alcalde, Par, of llylar. record, 2:2)k; Adar. nn. iilttsi. l a. Breckinridge Jsews. Ka cy KaTAULUUCO OVKK THIKTY YKAUaj. 2.S0. We hopo now that our readers un- increase of growth, push against the I have recently taken charge of this house lift to tho nerves. Acta liko a 2d dam by foreigner; 3rd dam, Koae Mary, by Imp, fiovere Igui and intend to have derstand why it is so difficult for us to sides of the opening, thereby enlargThero is nothing better for Inflamcliurai oa tho illcstIvo orsaiui, ! 4lh dam by Imp. Leviathan; accommodations. nyuiptoiiw, removing all get up a newspaper boom for Wash ing it, and eventually so weaken the ed eyes than to batuo them with a soam uaiu uuuci uy jvosciumo; 6 li dsu Plank by blr Archy; SELF-CUB- E, smell an tastliiK tho food, llclclilnt'i RELIABLE Jones and the independent movement wall as to cause it to fall. Whero tho lution of salt and water. Mako the 7th dam by Imp. by Sir I'elcr Telle; Jlc-a- t lu tho Blomneli, Heartburn, S'lidsui hyltabby Iturdraux, wall is sound there is no such danger, solution weak at first, gradually in in Texas. Texas Siftings. preaertptloa of one of tht 1'ivparutloii Vtli dam Kirauajj, owu slater lo Kallrum, by eto. .Tho only noel noled ajid suoceaiUI specUllaie In the U, S, for the plant does not mako fissures, creasing tho amount of salt. tho Jiiowr.Hrwli rorlb.cur.of A'ertwsie AaeOlllry, thattlll not blacken by tcetlt or toils Jam by Virago, by Suap; A colored janitor, of Philadelphia, although quick to discover them, m fcoe Munhmtl . Woaiaisseee aud faeosiaf. rieiil all l)ru-kIhBlvo headache. Sold by UplaluaealndeavalvpeV-oo- . brufgtaUuuiait.W lllh daw MUaIliad aud all lllaik by Crab; STANFORD. KY. named Joseph W. II. Catbcart, has a The cofleo plant has tho general I2lli daut blumerkln, by young True Plus; ut $t.OO it bottle. Addresi DR. WARD A CO.. UuUiaaa, Mo. y In 1870, Mr. Longfellow wrote in appearance of a cherry tree. It grows curious library, which may eventualjam uaui iru uiiuru, iun Arabian; Ihiyal i IIUOWN ClIIIICAIs CO. Mlhdaiu by Dr. Arthy'a HARRIS REMEDY CO.a'lfiSav: ly prove useful to historians. For 25 reply to a pupil of the Douglas school to a height ot twenty or thirty feet, E. H. BDRN8IDE, - Propr. Ilalllinore, Sfd. aaaa7,1,aaaaaaaaaaaa1 a r rwuu !.! ai. vw.-- . mi r..wa Casaie roreigoer waa aired by iiu. oteuoe Km l.sl all !i ntller. sra S.U. years he has assiduously collected in (u Chicago: "To thoso who ask how I but in the course of culture is kept cut w util aa Co. au.1 srauul rwl uu. sk Ills dam, Corrlua. waa a one (ace '.7SamiW.rWWIlS'Illif .WtkB - Known ra.l dlstancta. 'or her perfuruiaurea no mare at all This Old and Woll .. TT' can write 'so many things that sound down to five or six feet. Vu.. scrapuooks whatever especially struck Turf lleglster, BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. Alcaoe waaslrnl br Maiubrluo Chlel. Iff! Hotol Still Maintains its "" his fancy in tho nowipapor press, un- as if I were as happy as a boy,' please I", rrttuiktia) EU4ei.iuwsibU4. 1st dam by Pilot, Jr the sire of John Mwrgau. ui .. High Reputation, It is said that Philadelphia exhibit 2 JIJ,, Taikey, J.vo record, til now he has one hundred large vol- say that there Is In this neighborhood, A Chance for a Bargain. Tattler, 2;2I; Plot Temple, West, 2.2oh. (leoeral Ji. a.4, r., ., ,. llSMtlr satMr lUatMalf (pleeo of the AMP .V'ti'l iu4iu.'r.'u:,ai umes, wjijch he regards with affectionor neighboring town, a pear tree ors at tho Atlanta Cotton Exhibition tjliermau, 2 h)i, and the grand aire ol Maud H record Maiubrluo Gift, 2 20; Voltaire, 2:2; ate pride. Three of those aro devoted planted by Governor Endicott two got order for over 82,000,000 worth Its Proprietor is Determined that I wish to sell my tret ( of Knob Laud UlUJ IMS iinmrn, hkollaud, 2.22U llylaa, 7M) .TT',,T" Hilly iloaklua, tt snail oe second to no country hhmJ. ml ,,, l m, goods from boutnern planters. to "China and Japan." "Incidents hundred years ago, and that it still of XMW; lilack lllol, 2.J0, Hotel in the State in its Fare, 100 ACKKN! 3.1 dam by lilack Uirn'a Whip. CONTAINING in the Life of Jefferson Davis" fill bears fruit not to be distinguished Appointments, or Attenr'&? fc li&K.beTSkp'.Tw Tbaabovo boraea will make Ihe acaacu of SSI Situated about 4 til Ilea Houlli of Stanford, and OHE TREATMENT. e two volumes; "The Frecdmau s Farm." It baa oa at Chaa. Dunn's. 2S ullta from Stanford, on from tho young tree in flavor. I sup- I r.etwtw,iai-re- ri tion to Comfort of knowu as the old "CertaUjIy," v It two email buildings, conuevted by a porch,ex-lu "UusU Uranch Pike, 'one wile frvia Stanford aud their Quests. and "Slavery" claim each five pose tho tree makes new wood every he replied' "and I should like to lay A eerUte or far Laucasler pike, aod 3 ulloe fiowhlanfurd aud which a small family ran live comfurtablyi an cellent Spring near the bulldlgs about 900 young Pauvllle pike. Abdallah Moeeenitcr at IM lo volumes. Ono of the most interest- year, so that some part of it is always Dety, SpinalNftrvcuM Wei ....'l a usre loal, Mmseuger Prime at IIS lo ttaagaia will be'ceaversd to aal fraas yuu UJI hi i. Apple Trees of soldi trull, uaur ol which are now j-- t uimyci. ar ing collections is "Poetry of tho young, free of charge. Kprelal accoasasodatlaoa to bearing, and a quautlly of good Timber, such aa Insure a mare lu foal. Money due aa aoon aa Ihe rerhaps that Is the way - rt a ... . 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