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JfUUMUU NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER -- ft. 11 ' V" ,,Jf A-aa) 1 T TA! latonT 510. lavish abundance Its easy enjoyment its princely hospitality has passed Th STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, DECEMBER cf ih Prtttnt fanxilf. Humtrou 19, 1882. 10or $nf triirlwmal tVtof and Propnttor Butlnttl Managir etMtf THE OWSLEr STOCK". FenMhir rV, P. WALTBN, Puhllihril TiitHlnyt T, FrlitaV't sa.no eTneao don't iian annum. send lUmp, la payment of eiccpl to nuke change, end then of ml over three rent.. DOUBLE NUMBER. SEASONABLE REFUCTI8MS. Tho Chanf That Tmtntj-Fi- i Tiirt Han Wrought in Huttonrlll end Vicinity. '9 JnnaU) U .l&erV, Tolbose'wYo are yet In the liey-daof youth a season like thli U one of happy Btetaories, and blissful hope, Nor do we and geaeral joyouences. condemn those whose free unboundcn iprisg outward and ed spirits upward respective to tho glad tnualo of youth awl health and hopo and to cial Biturei. It wm not intended that maa should be a cheeriest) anchorite nor a eolitary dreamer. The earth was formed and furnUhed and decorated In reference: set only to lib ut tenance, but alio to hit enjoyment. Hesce we leva io lay down for a time t del weary letHe of care, daeh the toil, drop frow the brow, recall the dayi when we too, wereyoueg and jotous, and add our quavering ihout to the geaeral 'jubilee, But this U paly a faint flickering up of the paliag light of the fondly At the evening reeaeeabered patt. shadows become perceptibly lengthen' y u the ed on the dial of our memories ef4bt patt, the realities of the present,' aidjtlie iadleattoBs.of the future are all attuned In unison, and th'e'burdea of their song U i "Pawing! away;" we of BeoeHy Sad our mindi dwelling oa other these than thoae of lestivity and mlrlhfulaess. Then will not one or two of those whef hva Iwifaested tatBy a Christ, msa revelry, wag the requiem of many a buried year, and bailed the ad vest of assay a promising successor will, .shouts of gladness will not a and few" web paate with me cast, i gtaaee upon the watte that d time, baa Bade. '.is ite itealtby the ruin that mark the seta ? 1'i do impress of iU tileat foot-fa- llt aurvey. this we, need do world-widIn'every hamlet, in every village, in everjjieighborhood, ia every family, the record is trieed" with startling dialook over tinotaeM. Let.. & hiawn pecu)(r, legality and note the chaagee of tbe.laet third of a century. Dura oaee iatrodueed aa essay with the coatingescy: "Perhaps it may ,tura out a Sang Perhaps turn out a Sermon." I feel a like uncertainty aa. to thii article. It it not my purpose to taake it funereal; and still there is a penkteat raven carving In my brain and suggesting sepulchral images and monumeatal Inecriptloae. Ba( to the1 pel at, I have beea over this porcasting Hay eye tion of the county and costrseting ite present aspect with that in 1847 when I first beeasae acquainted with it, This was thea a Mfe, comfortable, eoraaunity. Few wereiaet a eoukl be called wealthy, bufwasVWerewdepeBdeBt.' The stately,' hoHetaf of former genera ti(hA'dcoeaded eaeti along its pe culiar line, and each sheltered the posterity of" its projector. Since that time every building In the village, with the siogle exception of Frank Kaufliaan's shop, has passed in$ other haadt,. Kauflmau .him-sel- f life-day, prog-ret,Jaae The railroad with rushing wheels transports us to the markets of the world and begets the desire for traffic The telegraph with iU eleotrio breath has kindled the fever of spallation, and, perhaps, drawn us away from the rioh returns to bo won from the cultivation of our God given and glorious soil. The facilities for travel have brought our primitive and contented population into contact with the fashions, the follies aad the vices of city life, and our slraplo and guileless atyle hat been swallowed up in the insatiate vortex. But more, even, than this. With our more intimate acquaintance with the ways of the world has grown a diitate for former things, and a desire to join tho reckless race for giddy pleasure and ostentatious display. But what the pampered family of the as sured millionaire might do, was found too heavy a burden for those who were compelled to wring out each day's supply by unremitting toil. Ilenco wearing anxiety, and crushing debt, aad fainting energies, and ruined foraway. - tune. Tbe lesson taught us ia the last 25 years has been one of fearful difficulty. Well for us if we have conned the page aright and gained wisdom from the terrible iattructioa. Aad we believe the lesson will not bo lost. We bave faith in Kentucky spirit.. Tbe new regime begins to be better understood; the new harness to fit more easily, and tho wheels to roll more smoothly. We close the ledger then with "82 feeling that with all his tricks and terror be has been in tbe main passably boncst in his dealings; and that whilo we may bave beea losers in wo may point of pecuniary flatter ourselves that we have won largely in tbe way of valuable experience. We would enter on the new account with the motto furnished by the dy iny courtier: "Let all the ends thou rtims't at be thy Country's, God's and Truth's: Then if thou fallest tbou fall'st a blessed martyr, J. A. B. Hustonvillo, Dec. 15. re-iu-ll I "" to-da- y g Cltrtand. A good governor of New York would bo very apt to make a good President. After G rover Cleveland bat proved him self to be a good Governor, there will bo plenty of time for bit enthusiastic admirers to puth hi id as a candidate for the Presidency. He was a most efficient' Mayor of Buffalo. He can alto congratulate himself that on every occasion since bis election when he has opened bis mouth to address aa audience, be has sbowu a roost admirable comprehension of the principles of Democratic government. But for all tbat, he is still but a colt. He baa gone a comparatively short distance in the race of life. He U only a littlejnore than, forty, years ? of age, asdji tiiU ajbacbalor, When 1864 dawni.tGov. Cleveland will be a tried seryaatraa' alder man thaa ha h bow, aad we hope he will be married, Ho can thea .be brought forward much more appropriately as a candidate for the Presidency than at the present time. Do not hurry Do Hot Hurry Mr, hinj.-N.Y- oae hundred years ago, four brothers, William, Henry, Anthony and Daniel Owsley, and a half brother, Walter Williams, with two sitters, Patience and Lydia Owsley emigrated from Maryland and settled on Drakes Creek, near Crab Orchard, Ky. William Owtleysottled on tho place where J. R Carson now lives. He was tbe father of Governor William Owtley, Andeget, Dr. Joel, Samuel, Thomas, Msj. Jonathan; and tho wives of Henry Middloton, Henry Baughman and Heay Pearl. Heary Owsley settled on the plaee where John Shanks lived whea be was killed. Ha was the father of Thomat, Ebaworth, Heary, (commonly called Harry) John (comrapnly called Jacky). and 8usan, who married William Har ris. Anthony Owsley settled near where George King now lives. He was the father of tho wives of Herbert King, Stephen Williams, William Hamilton, Samuel Moore and William Hnne-for- d; also tbe father of William Owsley (called "Gilraore Tick Billy") and Bryan Y. Owsley. Daniel Owsley settled where Geo. W, Evans now lives. He was the father ot Seth, Levi, Hans P. and Holland, who married, Thomas Steph-- ' enson, and Betsy who married James Burnett. Patience Owtley married a Bledsoe, and was the mother of Mosee, and Willie and A. Bledsoe. She afterwards married a Crow. Lydia Owsley married a Hutchinson and was the mother of Elijah, Thomas and William Hutchinson. It is proposed to make the father of William. Henrr. Anthony, Daniel, eur Patience and Lydia, whose name (t not ascertained, but can be( the main trunk of an Owsley tree. The family is very numerousand scat tered ovef tbe world. John "Elaworth Owslev. late of Chi cago, J. S. and J. B. Owsley, of Lincoln, and Daniel Owsley, of Todd county, Ky., are thought to te tbe richest of the name and Mike Owsley Owsley is thought to be the smart est of the name now living. The foregoing is made out from the recollection of a Relative 73 yean of age. (,'rab Orchard, Dec. 1882. , I am reliably fr Ih! Inlnlor Journal about informed Fathers, Mothers, Husbands. Wives, Lovers, Friends, Everybody, 18 INVITED TO CAM, AT- - PENNY M'ALISTER'S And examine the largest and finest stock of Holiday Presents ever brought to Stanford. "We have THE stock, and defy competition in prices. Our stock consists of very handsome assortments of Books, suitable for old and young; the most elegant stock of Watches, Jewelry and Silverware ever brought to the city; a beautiful line of Writing Desks, Work' Boxes, Toilet Sets, Vases and CMnaware of every description. NEW FALL AND WINTER - OF - STOCK 1 DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, BOOTS, SHOES, &a, at It'v !' i I 4 .ir t )jiIm ML ami, Prices' Guaranteed to be as Low as the Lowest. S. W. Cor. Main and'Lan- .il.,rt caster streets, Stanford, Ky. , - "it ,iifav i wii W rrtw n f IE. fell a A Hunt-Had- e Notions, Boots, Shoes Riul Clothing for tho iioxt Shoes Gift. 0SLEY. wtatar Mmk ol DP, -- . U ti t4im tni,."" T,I I WILL SEL1L. Mi 30 DAYS at greatly mid Clothing a Specialty. JERTAKER., inn Ifj . reduced prices. A Christmas gift of a pretty table is one tbat would be appreciated by almost any body, and a very pretty and even elegant one may 'be made at no great expense. Have made at a DABBYS "!i nt)'' E. J OWSLEX. 'SjrSWPSI t. Heavy Boots, PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. A HouehoM Article for UalrarMl Family Use. For Scarlet and Typhoid Fereri. Eradicates Diphtheria, Ulcerated Sore Throat, Small rox.Mra!e, and all Contagions Dlieancii. Prnotu wittine on the Skk ihould oi ft frctlf SerlM terer ha ncYtr been known no ,prc4 where the Field wu ned. Yellow Kerer !m teen cured with It after black Tomlt had taken place. The wont catei of Diphtheria yW J to it SM.VLL.rOX FeTcrtdindBlckl'er- and sons refreshed and lied Bores prevent. riTTINtJ or Small ed by bathinc with iox PREVENTED B. K. WEAREN JfHjfQPfK Dealer in Fuijiiituro. "tl'iHaSaaSEn ,8ua. ". Ta what" is claimed to be the most delieate pair of scales ia tbe world, according to the account givetj. in the scientific papers, the beam is made of and together with tbe pans, which are made of aluminum, weighs only fifteen grains. In the most delicate scales heretofore made tbe beam rye-stra- w, and. paas- - weighed 68 fgrsaae'-- be Goed arerthe ueam Betag Bteue oi-t- atuauBasa aau only""wrviviBg bouse keepers of that the instrument was capable of weigh-Iu- l' period. But it is not in the town of a crain. to the aadjKrftf. butri" jtt G dth only, too eouatry This aawMale, however, weight tothe appa- oae of a grain. A rent. You mayiUke the village as a pieee of hair one iaeb long, on being centre and with a'radhu of five miles weighed with this woaderful apparat sweep the turronadiag territory aad us, was fouad to represent the almost you will find that aearly ov&cy oW iafialtetlBtal quantity of one thou- shomestead vrkhm the circumference aadthof agraiu. has slipped away from the original Two Irishmea were atleen in the Joe Page, Beunett Clovd possessor. attio of a house which caught fire. and Geetge .Powell are the only per the hurry to Wiepe, tons so fw'ae I'kaow whose position One of them, ia sot his Mtataloons oa front ss Mck has not ehaaftd. Mr. Maggie Km. W. G. Powell, Mrs ami tnmna.1 In ibn itront holaw. illia a D. J, Alcera a4 pefhapa Mrs. tsklly eomaaaloa teeing him talliag all ki .the oaly eUjMj&e I heap, sailed to.kim: "Mtt, Jarry, Bailey are ye kUt eatairelv?' 'Aad' Jerry, JMKt, are can recolleot as holding, avea " gattwrieg himself up aad discovering their former homes. But these are not the raoit fttriamg the ttraage adjustment of bis garments changes. Many, very many of our aforesaid, shouted back; "riot en most estimable citltent have met with toirelv kilt, but upon me word I'm financial disaster. In fact the few fatally twh'isted." InsUaoas, ia wbkk the childrea, have .The averagebsigljt ofatbaUrk , . .. .. . Inaemea an auenoumoereui ettaie Couaty Rifles ie 5VeetnO inches;' average weight, 157 pounds. They are furnitr only exception- - to the rule. Bociety has changed. Tbe prestige 45 in uiimber', and all unmarried.1 Lexingtoa Press. of the old Kentucky home with its Wrrc-undia- g that thU oaaage beeoatea A carpenter shop a stand with a square top and with four small, straight legs: MAIN ST STANFORD, cover the top and legs with royal blue lias Juit received a full line or Psrlor Suites, Chanv velvet or velveteen; around the stand ber Suites, cheap Beds, Bureaus, Wash stands, sHvlftr ifil&( v "t J,? ,4 t put a sort of valence or lambrequin, best Cotton Mittrrssej, Lamp Stands, Corner II saSaaSaaSaaSaaH "' "'" Brackets, Cent e Tables, Extension Ta' lo ten inches deep, and if from eight bin. Extension Tables, Parlor Cbstrs, Dlu- skilled in the needle-worof the day ing Chain, Aa, lalakeepconstanllyionhaod A full line ot Kobe, 8hrouils, Coffins and Caskets tlSaaSaaSaaSaaSaaaVaMSrip work at intervals of five or six Inches IstiokeepoD hand tbe celebrated BjyilBurglsr RstBB-WjPfflr- -' i' Mexican Cruelty. An Austin a rose or bud, with slight stems and Proof Grave Vault, guaranteed to bt perfect pro few leaves, in the lovely ribbon emman wh6 made a prolonged trip lection from vermlne, gronnd bores,K9phers, damp, . through Mexico, gives ut some inter- broidery which makes so handsome an TJ,,r,Air m.d.1' A member of my fam. ness and burglars, h I vied th? I sell at figures thst caanot be beaten. Call and esting details of bis trip. He says adornment and does not require so For bore Throat It I, a Stnsit posv psUitiu wu fiuus w see me. Orders by telegraph prompt! atnded to sure cure. much time and material as many othhoc delirious, wu not that w ben he was in the City of Mex Contagion dotroyed If you For KToatea ico he was shown through some of the er kinds "of embroidery. Chilblains. SSSS&St old buildings, convents and jails that choose to have a low shelf on the ta "?Li.KLE- "SrTOTJDE. SoRAVblteComplex. ble, that maybe covered with the were erected by the Spaniards. In use. tecurea 07 loniVaH slsu us 1H Mi In the walls of one of these ancient velvet but need not be decorated. A To oartrr the ltreath. xipnmena is very Cleanse the Teeth, buildings he noticed a small opening, sofa pillow to match this table It can't be surpassed. Prevented.1 effective. A square of tho royal blue CatCJ-rh- , rehered and and bo naturally inquired of bis Mex cared. -velvet, with a bunch of roses and Erysipelas cured ican guide wbat it meant. He was Uurnsrclieredlnttsntly. The physicians ben Is rtcara prevemea. ie Darbrs Fluid Terr told that It ' was one of the buildings buds carelessly laid on, is all that Dysentery cured. luccsssfullylnthe trsat- Is Wounds healed rapidly. ment of Diphtheria. in which criminals were walled In required, and the cushion handsome Denrrr cured. I A. Stolisnkuck. as if lined with satin,and needs no cord An Antidote lor Animal ,.. w. alive V...U..IJ- - Pn.n. I N. Y. Stinnett Fluid durlnc "Tetter dried tip. "What is tbe uee of tbat hole in the or other finish at the edges. Cholera crevented. I used tU Evening Post. hif rtmtnt affliction wllti Ulcers purified and wall?" neaicu. Scarlet Fever with us-- 1 of caaea of Death It r.llTJ!H, Tbe Frankfort Yeoman says: Tbe cided advantage the II is Inshould be used stout 4 "Well, Senor, you see, at long at Indispensable so RICHMOND. KENTUCKY DOES ALL KtNIW ths corpse It will Wm. the pritoner lived, his food was hand first magistrate who makes up bis roan, Eyrls, F. Sahd- prevent any unpleasof Panting. Oiling and UralnUf. Address bliu lor estimates. ant smell. ed in to bim on a plate, and he handed mind to punish any person to the exo. ." PhyThe eminent sician. J. M AXIOM Lanoaster.DanvilleStaQford of the law who is found carrying the empty plate back, but when he tent 8erlfti?eTrl I maw, M. Ik, Mew ! York, says "I am 'IIM-v- i banded" the plate back with tbe food a concealed weapon and who carries cenvmetd Prof Dartya Tjaivaapiioiyjco.,, . rropbylactic Fluid is a on it untouched, then the Jailer knew out that nurnose. will do more to I valuable disinfectant." All persons hating claims sgslnit the eitatsof C. U llsrrli, deed., that the prisoner was dead already, build up the community, and himself YanderbrK University; KashvtHe. Tonn. erly proven, at tbe win present mem to tue, prop- We, tbe unuerslgned, B. M. Burdett.'wl's. MilFanner National Batis.bUn 1 testify to the most caccllent qualities of froC ler. Kebt. K. West, W. E. Waller and J. TJ. Kl ford. All indebted to ih state with jt, than he could dq by any and didn t give him any more. Darbys Prophylactic Fluid. As a oainfcetant aid titela at enrsv nairu, nave sgreea to ana do Leretiy associste ouris and selves tofelher lor ths puipoea ef creeling sad other means." Why not put it In this detergent toIt any both theoretically whuhpractlcall J. B. OHNLEY, Admr. Texas Sifting. lUt 1 am acpreparation with superior one Telephone Una between tbe towns of u . quainted. N,T LvrrON,,Prof. Chemistry Lancaster. DanTlllesnd MltheUifUle, Ky.,oaaer way; The first governor who makes Tbe house in which Jetse James was ths corporste nsme of "The Lancaster, DaatilleA Darby Fluid U Recommended by RRE INSURANCE AGENCY. htanford Telephone Company." bis mind to abstain from pardoning Hon, AuutaNnsa IL SrrH,Ni.U Georgia! ,': ii killed, at St. Joseph, Mo., Is now oc up Kcv Chss. F Dsasts, D.D., Church of ths The rorporstlon Is torootlnus sndsI.tor the oSenders, and who carries out that piranfcss, sr l.J Bscsuan yoar heuse. or your goods or jour lira spare nfSllyjtars from Iks flrtl dsy of Jsonsry, by Its owner, an old. lady. The cupied stock, or yourpther property bate not beeu burnt ISS3, lobars tbe power taiue and JUbUlty tabs purpose, will dp more for his State or Injured by flresr llgbtntog. la no fuarsnty tbat sued by Its corporate name; to hate a common teal room in which tbe bandit was slain wtiu power tbejcsKKor be. Don't you think, then, that it ol Director to altar the same whenttsr thaiBeanl he could do by any other means. miy tee proper to do w. IKBIH'KCSAaUJS TO UOMlt. would be prudent to secure Indemnity In case in the condition (n which it was thaa Psrlecuy harmleu. Used internally or, such loss or damage should occur t 1 oOer you this Tbe tksrye or Interest la said Company ensll be Flemiagtbure; Times. Why not? InIn any at the lowsst rates obtslnable tranaleriblo on tbs books of th Company, ooly, left after tbe consummation, of the The Fluid has been thoroughly tested, and we I represent seven and you may and cancellation of tbe old CerllSeat of Mock and surance Company deed, even to the blood on the floor. To iweep away at oae rash stroke have abuadaat avlosnce that I tuoaetvtnthing JAO.tt.fllta.IFH. Issuing a new one to tbe transferee. Uk your choice. here claimed, r or luller Information get of your The prif at property ef the members f the the whole internal reveaue system Dnifgiil a paHpUst o,r send to ths proprietor,, Tbe old lady, having been greatjy shall be etiuipt from th debts of tbe corAco... j.h. zkixln PHILADELPHIA. FINE FABM FOR SALE! poration. by persons desiring to see the would threaten embarrassment to. tbe Manufsctuilnc Chemists. Th corporation I to bstepowtr to mak aouulr and tranatrr property to such extent Utile room where the outlaw raet his death. Treasury,! block the future course of I oftr for sale privately iny eicellent IhaaIii Farm u may be necessary to carry so tbe business of .! nf I esil ot sti i rres, iu iu wet. Well. IUV"H. WUH- a stndlns telepbonle rsesasaes to and ftoes It. varitjme since bit upon the plan of tariff reyisioB, aad cap the' climax of UW of It some A good woman knows'the power lr. within U mlUaf l'etlon's btSI .ftjrd bias and ous otflces. ilia from tha UllledMville dr ThCcorperalloa I to power to etublt-bycharging an admission tee, and male blundering lor tbe present Congress she has of shaping tbe lives of ber iU mile. tram Htenlord A iustonville vU, Is well laws and uiske all rulea bate regulations thst may aud ..... . :.improteuicntsuoui ya is iuiim. bs deemed eipedlenl lor lb man.gement wattred.nu good ef III ucb next year. visitors now pay fifty cents and female All respoatiWIity of atiaa.pl.Bg mttn aDd iheerjdeavorg w gaaihat atMeheat and balance for torn applying at Ills sSatrs aud CM Inconsistent wllb or efconsUtutlon once sod Iswi vl lha Blsts of Kentucky tb tsry uroOuctlve. Any persoe the United cents. At these rates tbe a stei ebould be left to the minority. tweuty-jjv- e wIm1 Bnd wel, 8he tchea tan obtain a bargain. .H".?; rv JllUedg.rlllt, Ky. States, corporation sbsll at no time be aubject to a u Tne ,,,, t,mt theJ mnit bfl Is to'hrge that Iicaa oaly daaiage the party upoa , ofslght-see- rs aurabef nd bef debt or debts or liability, director oooilugsot, to tban or I Mrs. Kate Dudder&r, a (feater amount capital Ihouiand dollars. tbe old lady Is rapidly accumulating a which the reeponsibilUy aiay retr. ,brftVe ,Q doing their du,y truthul ln stock of th corporation The auiounl of lancaiter street. N. Y. Times (RepO " I Stanford, fortune. Kentutaj shall b tJ.uw and lis prloclpsl plsce of business and honora- j speech and sctipn, .honest Uocaster, Ky To capital aiock el InejCompany be divided In f'th der brltouer guilty or not gull-tyt- " Three persoaa have becoaie iasaae D8i Kn cheerful'and unselfish. Bf ta dally receiving nsw and be'utlful Ullllnery lull stockholder shallo bIbsres of toto eash, andu sCerttH-csseh entitled ol the Stock b holds and Mia lor. Tha stock every dss'rlplloneterytalnu ot tne iat asked a beaming Teutonic justice in conseqaeaoe oiatendlng the re t.r 0wn cood example she enforces and Uoodsef and no lady who lutruua uuyiog sny subscribed shsll bensldoirer bslbretkelis dav of eat syls, thine Iu her line .nould Tan to celt en nsr Prints I Jsnusry, 113. tu cash, or material or labor for the other day. "Not "guilty, your vival Baeetings ofi Harrison, "the boy illustrates what she tesches. Hid me. as low as Ins, lowest. Busts Ih.iiVtiil l.ur na.t la - I hulltlfu , Mrs. Mollis The time of the eoaimeucemaat of the sornora. I, aad koiieater preacher," ia this chy. The last case honor," promptly responded the perJhe' beaTtllng to give your,' enemy Mj.rs bs, ctisiaaoltbelrcuutiutuoce. tlantua.alaklog depart - llou ahaU be the 1st day ol January, lt3, and coo- the bleu Iss tumctent gusranlee "Den you' youst it a Mite Eroaabrw, who is said to fa forgiyepest; to an opponent, toler uient will fled no cause tor couplslot.tbsi ber ius- - I liaue niiy years.lbs corporation shall be conduoled sonage addressed. tomsra Th.au.ln of and four LHieclore. to be aUeted br 'bra ouot, aud go apout your ueetineu, bave Bfooaie a raving luuatlc She aace; to a friend,, your heart; to your get on th 1st Monday tnjsnusry, I the stockholder o us t.t Monday my vrend, and stop your fooling was appareatly ia good taeatal healta child, a cood example; to a father, del' A LirtLBIil C.ft Farmor200 Acres iurft,r at Unrsl.r,icePt oer Jinwrplace of btildlegth election for Uat the whea she begaa to attend tae aieet-ing' time and , round here mtt your blaying o8,M (d- erence; to your nlother, conduct that nuy be changed (rau tiu to tli. aa tht Prest- Oil.,;" WAL1. i Grand-RapidTimes. lbs Compsuymsy deem bset. dignaqtly ordered tbe outraged arm of will make, her oroudnt her; to your- Mluated on the Psntllle A UncasUr pike, at Col. ' dent sod Directors of0usDli. p,epu,e4 to b trans. Tu, Mturt ot ,0, Uruc' brldg. About tOacreelnwbeal, wb rh Is , lc1eaD, eorwrIion 1) sending u.ueebr 1 roeo, charity; the law, South Dakota, which wants to be self, retpec'i to seeded wllb Uetsf snd tliuolhi, wakltig aluwel UHUII ulepUon .wlraand tuaohfiiary, to sod eral ' r,om ,b , Stanford. th eutir fsrm In grass, w wkfted with of Lncsisr, DantlU nerralDtr-lsUluispiliiahwoueoftbe largest l n,.nuwlils. NUholas.llu aadsueh wavsLstisas ' dia buadred-doll- ar A aegrp boy iu. Jesouvjlle, lad., erected Tuto a State, east 31,000 votes The duty oa a . nnt. ni.ktn. It ai mav ....l - n..n.l. In Hi the Comuenr on tbe line. small-pox- , of, B0W, and tbe at at the late election, or it tick with the gwi 'I h l0 Tbe duly M bufldred desirable slack form lc lias n It tmok nous ana etary president sod Miwlors shall spwial a bee. house, bouse, audliei tending physician expressed the belief tbe vote of the State of New York. dollars1 worth of blankets is tSS, The Us dwellingratiln fMlfcUllV built. S VIM l..rn vml our baoJ tblt ltlb day of Pecsm- .It. M. BUkDKTT. tbat the tjiteue was communicated by Yet South Dakota wants, two United author of our tarisTaiutt have begun oflsO mole apple trees, good kitchen, garden, Ac. Ur, 1st. aqowa ort application Uslluf j W. K.WALKI.K, Trriesof sslsuied B. UILLCK. puichss tuouey way reuslnua uortgs. aqj a Hepretsatatiye life as a hotel clerk. Courier-Jou- r a motquito which had previously nip States .Senators KOBKHr at. WajaH JOHN HUILUCK, J, R. KIMNA1KD, 101 t LsDcuter, Ky in poDgre., ped another patient. aal. I I n, itJB k avB ISi I ETJ"5sT CHRISTMAS 03F" TRIX PENNY & McAXJSTEE 1 D. G. SHANKS, lU4-- sick-ro- NOTICE. car-ry- lnf i .i K-I- first-cla- l ts, a a a. a rs , h 1 - lui-ii- j 1 f ev-- tt ... e. s i ' tf f,T.,L -- i HAM M. IltmiKTT, bruising, strangling and choking the hk, accompanied Mm oa hk way at his Interrogators going with him to the cases of stealing hi' the bounds of rea? lag to the said Stigallaad his wile, fwr m some place Hn Umaessee. aad back Iota that he might shew them by sew, sch as the whiag sjf anejortf'tws) respectively, wen remnteetiy. utaen, ATJ-OWEY AT LAW, erttesw ot, proper only, but Mat km steien and ' carries! awy,"v M ," awl stopping ia there they separate, Mt. Vernon, Ky. 'in hk offering WM-atbo'Andti? whiati that he had cause to w spec flint tho leancssee anu urnKtora eanmg on ny profrMton In nackrittl Will n4 what was called the Wilderness road, sworn statement said that the course theOiiio man delighted in those days. shirt and dolman were concealed in titjolnlnprattle Ml nd In h Oonfl el rountlM .Atr!t. Ham-bUlofpwlil tlnlton flrtn In rellwtlam. David Everhart'a house. Thereupon, being the road leading from Cumber- pointed out by Cravens as having been Ia 1795, one Hugh Ross'late of eoHfty and Territory North tho Squiro proceeded to ksuo what he i land Gap towards Stanford. Some-wher- o traveled by himef led directly to the irb renbltijt )ur-TY Mlfhf oiir v AGENTS on that road jest where the place where ihef hbbery"was commit Westbf theOnio, was arraigned un- called a "Barch Warrant,'' being quite MbMf lilt I Mfll writ, JmtlliX ks records don't show Lankford, !n com- ted! andlhh'wM 'coTTObofafe31)y he der a waTFanTfse"uetl by James Davis, a lengthy and soljmnly-wnrd- cd n t nthef lntiM-MurtlelM. ef pany with five other person, two men other witnesses. The affidavit of Jo Esq., charging him with Mealing pret reciting in indignant tones the devil Tlmhft.ltln!rllolrMTtat m ilir mirVf t fnt Nnranlra who seems to have been ty nearly all the loose property in the ment siMprcted to have been done, and aad three woc&eti, stopped and stayed eph Welsh, nil Trrnn, tiMrriu tht CLIPPER M'F'Qw CO., all night at tho house of Wm. Farris, the leader in the investigation, k quite county. The following is an invento commanding Jotepli Laawoll, Const (i itr 1 Cnne and Hew They There U nothing ia the record Indica- who seeme to have kept a house of lengthy and k, ia addition to the ry of the toag as detailed in the war- ble, "to enter tho dwelling of Ever No. 288 Wntnut St., Cincinnati, O. ,.. .fcH WerePraWied.' hart in tho daytime and Viare diligent The presumption ii above mentioned statement, lubstan rant: ting tho motive that prompted the entertainment. ,HE DISEASES Of Ut "From Reuben Arnold one vise, ly sarcA for the ofornaid shirt and VMiJaCYOUTH nd MANHOOD that Lankford had fallen in with these tklly m fellows: The OM Records Sarchcd for Items to commission of thk cruel deed. Polly ACtfl6rnI5TMT.,'w.TU That on the day of the robbery i together with other took and iron; dolman and if the same or any part Headers. condemned companions on his way, though there was tried, found guilty and Amaee Oht Christmas out mcoicine from Saml. Davis one anvil, two plow thereof should lie found, to bring the The business settlement was begun between to be hung, and I presume was hvag, k m direct proof oa tfefpeiat. TlMt WHf B ratHtd And a Tain Whim eo the 16th ef March, 1796, "upes a Wa) t&8 MM 1M 1 WW WWWI WWO himself aad Cravens, which was inter shares with their necessary fixings, same and tho Jlwhjt of sM David and WW iBtcrm. ml Mrttflf Hell llir-btiir,erlptlli lr Vrhm SAili Adrfr.il w It II Mpcr. gallows to be erected en the PabKe by the same ef Xeherte, aad the name rupted by Cravens being called to din anu one mattock; irom wm Miller a Caty" before the Squiro to be dralt Old-Tlme- r. Al y THE PUBLISHER, B.. 2)4, M!lut., Wit. shovel plow and colter and 0 yards of with, Ac. How this writ was oleved does set of the ttirtl Trams! .vrasj Walker. ner at the home ef Joseph BalllBger; Grated la Stanford." It I 7 tU Xilttr ot TU Interior Jovrnal J house of Farrk the trav- that Cravens on starting to dinner cloth; from Geo. Pope a cag of butter Is plainly indicated by tho Conitablo'i telegraph, telephones appear from the papers in what part While at the la thk uo of... and ugg ot hunney; James Hays sad- return endorsed upon it in these words: " t!i-V.AII . Miners pomeiy chru of the county thk tragedy was enact- elers seemed 'te he Very frksdly to promised to return after dining te fin l ttJ ana mi-iaiKWELESELF-CUA- E. "Executed and returned by mo on Mb the settlement; that he Ailed to dle, Col. Wra.Whitiey's hoe and John ed. I am inclined to think, however, ward each other aad to he on quite reporters when the latest news Wags M.BflM A occurred ia the neighborhood Intimate terms. They were drinking return according to promise, and that Whiteside's silver watch with a china the 30th day of Juno, 1807, and found mmt voted AtTprtM cmmtIbUmi V In DM tt. a. that it vta orvnj the highest prices and when, conseface." JMffy, of David Erer-- (aowr(lrrli ItY ilrurotftrr ia the dwelling-hou- se between Turaersville and Ilustonvil'le. together' there, and Lankford Was he (witness) went over to BalHnger The depositions of Col. Whitley and quently,' every little Incident, whether b p4ln m14 BTlosaa. l?Hwu iu All ib A .little) un- where .Cravens was, and then "eon others are on file, conclusively prov- hart a small garment, claimed by tho Thk I infer from the fact that the somewhat intoxicated. Aiinu BR. WAHfl A CO., LWM, . interesting or- otherwise, occurring BO said Stigall and hk wife to be a part travel- siderable altercation took place" be warrant of arrest was issued by Win. pleasantness arose between the ing the guilt of the gentleman from matter where, Is greedily gobbled up inve under- ers and Mrs. Farrk in reference to "the tween thea; that seme time after sua Ohio; but I didn't peruse the record of the said Stlgall'a wife's shift." and' sent on the instant to all quarters Patton, Esq.. who, as I An examining trial wm then had stood, lived somewhere in that vicioi settlement f their bill, which, hewev-e- r, set he saw John Wekb gq out to the to see what wm the result of the of the earth; when in fact a great deal tS HERE EXFIIBMEDI before the Squire, which resulted in was amicably and satisfactorily rear or the House, and a short time af ty. It is quite likely that some of the llriMIMM Out FHl CWSMAS US Wt HT as I had faith to believe tbat sews is told before the of first-rata judgment by him "that the o&etise Barnetts now living in the county adjusted; and Lankford, in apologizing terwards Craveas went out, and about the honest eld s who thea i Kina JaaslHa 1W happening of tho events to which it lUxiII ItlMIPT Or (an - al know by tradition more of the par to Mrs. F., remaaked that he would a half hour alter that John Welsh admlaktered the laws dkposed of Mr. wAarrtct'M they stand charged ought to lirefsftf4llr iwMlj la- Tir4in ib laI'MtlllM M thMat relates (which events sometimes don't Urn ruBintntwtl be examined into by a court for the ! J! Iran th ansi I I refitiiu4 to tMtafihora hotfwa Uh tteulars of thk affair than I am able not wound her feelings for all that his came kVwith bis hcad bleeding awl Rees according to hk deserts. wU vttb lanpfwtomonl hb4 Man' that UMoltWt. I4tt) haMort&li) hi a time like this, I examination of tho fret," iVc, that roneianffli i.h I ' saddle-ba- gs contained, which', he reaid s(4 he had been struck ,dewn and ;h? ,Bnr wlU ft4maa.l lkttrait bof tbl aiaarfofi two hat fr4A HORSE THIEVES. aMfeiiwdTtlMt the Intelligent publio tegive. , and h wa txwHUIIf arki br th is, he sent them on for further trial, aw MURDER OF BARBARA REED. were worth more than $5,000." In the nearly kitted and robbed; that he (witloan. Uur ancestors seem to nave had a m we express It. P ft -- lnUlDolbltsmf;arMlrfMwVtJs4i will not be eager to peruse a report, In 1794 Mrs. Barbara Reed, wife the morning the travelers left Farrk' ness) asked where it happened and who la roq attar rrfarTt t lbau ilaac mn spite against horse thieves and special like mine, of incidents occurring from of Wm. Heed, was cruelly murdered To Tory youn. miuaia In thk case the evidence wm taken iroubioa wain narrou or ngt or old together, coming- - towards Stanford. bad done it, to whiclv John replied to have been decidedly expert in trail phytic. la Bent Ublu 8eye&ty;fivelo,one hundred years ago. by a negro named Damon, the slave ty or Irarotrno nealed circular ys Cr boon afterwards, perhaps on the same that ft vas neaf'BaDiager's' stable, aBd ing them up, recovering their proper down ia writing, aa is done ttvl rull oopMtl cnttfl Yet It'seems to' me that a little reflec- of Wm. Reed, for which Damon was at examining trials, and it apW vani rnr 4Jrav .Tou M4 jur nintdr. day, the dead body of Lankford wm was about proceeding to name the per- ty and bringing the rascals to justice, u4 and twooatuoM of tala. tion ought to remove any prejudice condemed to be hung. The facts in found on or about the Wilderness road, petrator when he (witness,) "fearing I find records of numerous cases where pears upon one of the papers, cotiiwt against these reminisences, for really, this case are detailed ia a confession in Lincoln county, and with it was from thestatemefit of said John that such fellows were followed lone dis ing of the statements ot Stigall, his notwithstanding tho antiquity of the signed by a number of eitizeas before The Stigalk LAKE & EODLEY GO. found conclusive evidence that'be bad possibly'be might be deranged in his tances and captured and brought beck wife and John Carter. AW4RDI0 events, the account of them here giv- whom it was made by the accused, simply say, "the small garment is been murdered and robbed. Suspicion senses, requested him to name no per- under circumstances tbat would seem will be news of the freshest kind to the substance en their own right and property, which of which is that he met onee rested on the Roberts party, son." He further stated that from to make success impossible. In the perbapsjiyeryreader of yeur paper. Mrs. Reed as she was coming from at matter was what John bad said and other circum- year 1794 a mare wm stolen from Col. wm a part of said Stigall' wife's and an investigation of the OYTHS, Why should not the oldest news, if it Mr. McKinley's and wilfully murderstult." begun immediately. A coroner's in- stances he suspected Cravens to be the Wm. Montgomery, near Stanford. A demand as ed Carter's statement is, that lie saw ATLANTA COTTON EXPOSITION, be news, be as much in her, and took the body upon his quest was held and the body buried, guilty man and at once went to work man by the name of Powell wm sus Everhart'a wife, the Winter before, -- News is news; I dare shoulder and earned it some distance and parties started in pursuit of the to trace hk movements during the evepected and wm tracked by one Ben. buy three yards ot cotton cloth and Steam Engine and Saw Mil! anybody to deny that. .There, are la the woods and; hid it between two suspected murderers, who, it was soon ning, iEa'that the further he went in Cooper all the way to the Iron Works saw her cut out for Everhart one shirt doubtless some of your readers' ez logs, but not feeling easy in hk mind, IthlMifcl u AU.Btt la INI, ascertained,, had pawed through1 Xin-coi- bis inqbinea4the more he was convinc- in Clark county and there overtaken, out ot it, and there wu some left; and ManafMtartri of 8lm KtijlRH, Bell.ri. of ceedinely industrious babits-aa- d' 8 Mllli.'Uor V.Jt.ri, I..tb iUtklo,,. Hib he went back and forth' two or three county, going westward. At the ed of his guilt. Upon being questioned he denied the that on the 20th day of June,(the day naHpet MMalntrjr. SbHir. I1t.n, I'mJ. such economical dispositions that they times to tho body, and couldn't rest lT(.Ciillri, (Utrlnr.llrlilmnd Flair Mill The other witnesses agree in the charge, of course, and denied tbat hk special request of the Attorney Generof the alleged theft,) he saw Caty Ha4fer rUIUrralarraOa.l I'laaUUaai will regard it a waste of precious time until he took her and laid her in the al of the State, a party from Stanford, main with Joseph Welsh, and all seem name wm Powell. But Cooper, nev come from Stigall and saw her have M mil, natch wa tall for to devote an hour to the reading of place where she was found. He also headed by Joseph Bellinger and Thos. to have been impressed1 with the idea ertheless, arrested aad tied him, and nothing with her "but a piggon mattociwSiehiSlleefstterly devoid of of said that Bhe was not dead when he Welsh, went on their trail, an in what of C?avene"guHt.ithough between the while being tied he acknowledged that 'I interest ib a7peeHiiary sesee and of no carried her to the Iocs, but bad only These statements, and these xlone, is now the Hustonville neighborhood lines I think I can see traces of doubt hk name wm Powell. He was asked little practical value in any sense. fainted, and that at the logs where he Pp.flal atlantlon tlran la Plaatatla fugitives had in .'their minds, which seems to have where hk own horses were but refused seem to be the evidence upon which cblnarr. ItitnUfUL'trnlarmJnr. Being mindful of this, and anxious, at first laid her he choked her until they learned that the been baaed upon the fact that John to tell. based bis edict depriving crossed over' from Brush Creek of XA.NE ic BODLEY CO., Cooper found out that Powell the Squire too, to meet the convenience, if not she died. The report of the coroner's JHn X iraKr Sit., CinMnnmH, before he had seen his had turned some horses loose in the these citizens, for a time at least, of Green River to the Rolling Fork of was struck-onc- e of all, I have chosen the jury states tbefcifey; that she was bruised about Salt River, and they then hurried on assailant at all, and the effect of the woods and learned the course they their liberty. We can understand how ' seaees for its publication when all the body, the forehead and neck, but in pursuit and overtook them some, blow might have been such as to dis bad gone, and went in pursuit of Mrs. Stigall might have recoenfzrd ' setts of folks, industrious and lazy, there Is nothing to show what kind of I where on the Rolling Fort in Casey qualify him for recognizing any one, them and after considerable hunting, the dolman itself, it found, but how generous and stingy, thrifty and un weapon, if any. was used, nor is the she could identify it after it had as i county, and arrested them and brought especially in the dark. No doubt up found them and drove them up (o the sumed the form of a "small garment, . thrifty, workers and loafers, are sup. motive for tho crime alluded to. . Hrti u Muiuu. Pint. them back to Stanford for trial. In on his final trial all the facts and cir Furnace where be had left Powell. in view of the sameness of appearance, u ,niplM4 ;:u,wiitoi.prmiUijibu"fi poeedfto be takisg a short recess from mallar TOE MURDER OF SAMUEL GAY. were more fully brought Cooper being satisfied, notwithstandtheir possesion waa found a horse, a cumstances VI VJ.Uiu W.U.I, .uo nnw U.CI, ! imtl Uataulactau lballraarhial ft4la.MI lama thekjftbors and can afford to spend a coallnK. vbitk ratlataa (ha ir In 1806 A.dam, a slave of George pair of saddle-bag- s, out and the question of his guilt or in ing his protestations of innocence, that er mysterious. She assuredly must aoothluat thai aiaaea to mutW. 11 claaaaa several articles rttatlau few leefa'ng moments without regard Carpenter, of Carpenter's Station, in ll Imnurlllaa, atranaltxaia with Lank-ford- 's nocence riehtly settled by a jury of Powell wm guilty, took him and a have bad a keen eye for dry goods and thalungaef anfaablwl hf iMaaaaa, lal-o- f of clothing, pocket-bo- ok this arguto profit or less. Whether a long and intimate acquaintanceship Uumnnta the west end of thk county, was tried ataa to creulalwa of tba lilauJ, an J taatra Ua name written in it, a Masonic hk countrymen. But I did not pursue mare which he supposed to be Mont- with the dolman. mrroo. .filfm. Hllajlit aflaat aaul M ment asd apology for what I am and sentenced to be hung for the murdatig.raua to na!al all of which were fully my examination to see the result. gomery's and started back to Stanford, As to Carter's testimony, it isn't eomumutloii. itlararaetlf promptly. A thrm. Apply h to iiflict upon your patrons will der of Saml. Gay, a white man. The apron. &c, abet , For the information of such of your and on his way met Col. Montgomery pecstbJe mat ne couia nave mis taken wai.Mw.ir ,, identified as the propertyef the muraaiwuai noram.lyJiaaTrrlaitruiindlhatlaan secure my pardon at your and their killing was done on the farm of Col. the course of the in- readers, if any there be, aa do not at Little Mountain, who wm also in the stolen garments for & "piggon oft prompt iit.eaUi..Tqn'i UPUTBMJIT. dered man. In foresee; but haade, k more than I can John Blain, the same lately owned by vestigation, the body of Lankford was know what is meant by cut money, as pursuit of Powell and who at once rec- Iettu:n and besides that, his testimo . fully established the creditable fact . obatioataeouih, a there k ese thing that I do bow plain Thos. J. Robinson. I find but few cordial, chu mentioned in thk narrative, it should ognized the mare m hk own. So Mr. nr twice disinterred for identification th. M. ........ .tUn'f. .!..! .11 , . I Invftluahla " aoouki in avarr lataur. ".. . . .u ly see, and that k that I have said particulars in the record, some of the ana ?"? fm .v. be explained that the early settlers Powell went up the spout. ooco at the instance of Wm. Farris in in. cotton cloth they ever had, for he saw ' enough about it. papers having been lost or misplaced. once at the request of Irby, who, on were under the necessity of cutting up In 1803 one Martin Kimberlin stole them buy three yards, with his own PIONEERS. CBIMBS COMMITEDBYTHE remember, however, when a boy, of hearing of the murder, bad hastened the larger coins in order to make a horse In this county and wm pur- eyes. was a greater or lees listening with intense interest to a reWhether there I bave made diligent tarth lot fur. to Kentucky from Tennessee to assist change. They could not as now write sued and captured with the horse on in this celebrated esse ameuatof crime in this country ia cital of the circumstances given by an order to the Treasury or to some Clinch River in Tennessee, and brought ther proceedings These witnesses in the investigation. wit limit firklintr nnr? hanrn I rvmrlmln ' the early days tbaa sew, in propor- "Uncle Jack," an honest old colored fully identified tho bodyaa being that city bank and in two or three days re- back and convicted., that the higher Court thought, as V ftOT PHJ"?TT 9 N THE LIVBJN tion to the population, Have not suf- man who formerly belonged to Col. L'urra thllla anil aaar, Wyapapala, ceive in return any quantity of change of Thomas Lankford. will be called dull read- do, that Squire Smith, in his anxiety Back Haaulactia, Hlllaai Colla,Co I guess this ficient statistical data to determine, Blain, and who was on the farm at denominations required; and be ing m indeed it is and it may be in maintain th " riffht ami' ilionltr nf lloM.Hhatima.Oam,rilaa,rpli.tloaior " All these facts I have gleaned from in any "'I"'-- J "" lh. H.a.l.IllfllBM..Tnpn a I.I...BMa even jtjlalsense enough to malce the time of the oecurrenee; aBd I find the affidavits of witnesses, taken at the sides, they had none of the scruples considered by some a failure in so far the Commonwealth, let bis zeal get S'traal IrragularlUaa. It jon do sot "fatj theVmpariseJanT, In fact, I have that the reoord, so far as it gees, coraway with bis discretion. itoBuab,rMtortatticriatU,fmrrtttiTlrortaU examining trial, which are on file in about tho mutilation of currency which m it u intended to illustrate the skill Yours affectionately, J. B. notwWeTwveetigatfon of the records roborates r'.tn l'rU.31. :t!l Murray M ,N.Y. hk statement: Hk version my office. What the result of the fi- are now sq alarmingly prevalent. Be and energy displayed by the KTWMTE fM TUTT'S MARHAl nUtWl Stanford. December, 1882. soluwith the view ot attempting tho of it was that there had been a nal trkl, which teek place in the Cir- inc strictlv honest and exact in their detectives. It k true tbat under the tion of that question. But in the militia muster on the farm on the day cuit Court, I have not taken the trou dealings, tbey didn't hesitate to lay present state of things in Kentucky, A rotnMnaiflaaa f Jm haety.ajidfimmetbedteal examination of the killing and that a, good many down the sacred dollar and chop ofl a with the advantages of an open, denseble to search out. tUt amiJrt, J'arwWaua Hark rhatpltonu In wWahAUveimade PC court records persons, among tnera batnuei uay, piece when necessary to make accounts ly populated country dotted all over A ROBBERY IN STANFORD. a palatabU'fvrm. 'JTr JtrMUty, Jm of Jtpn. respecting the prosecution of criminals remained at the house after A little after dark on the evening square between each other. Mar. Jtvatraitm mt Nial with vilkge. with abundant broad JWara it U auMajaaawav. I have found the history of some very crowd broke up; and that some time of the 21st of February, 1801, near DR. ETnRAIM m'DOWELLAS A WITNESS. and frequently traveled roads, swift doTtHsh deeds committed in the EV. A. I. AOASl Wrltaa: In rummaging through the papers mails and swifter telegrams, the capafter dark Adam and another negro got Joseph Bellinger's stable in Stanford, Af tar tonmh trlatf or tba ha latter part of the into a fight in a field some 200 or 300 John Welsh was knocked down aad in the case of the Commonwealth vs. mauaiTT, iu.. y IRON XOKIO.I taVa ploaur j mentioned would not be extratures - .A in awuasr iat I zura oaaa last and in the beginning of the pres- yards from the house; and that the robbed of hk purte containing 13 Jesse Gooch, charged with killing Nam, raoat arreauy Daaaataa xoaUst naadv far ordinary in any sense. But when it Pub- ua. Klnlitani andor its the dablllUUd vital forcaa. of theso white men, hearing the noise, went to round Spanish milled deHart,'-- a eat thaniel Thurraan In 1790, the deposient century. The accounts ua speakara will &ni It k recollected that at the period I am of tna (rroateat valua crimes, w; disclosed by the records, whereat wm for the purpose of stop- - halfGuineaJngeld.ja cut. wgbteea-pen- ny tion of Dr. Ephraim McDowell, the wbara a Tonlo la neoaa-aarwriting about this wm almost a wil.. .. 1 sV I racommand it piece are necessarily quite meager and in ping tne ngnt. uay oeing ' in aavance with piece, a cut nine-pen- ny surgeon, was found, aa a, rallabla ramedtaU derness, the settlements being "few meant, poaaaaalag- - un some respects unsatisfactory, yet they of the rest met Adam who, without a and one round signature affixed to it and far between," the roads, such m hk own proper dembtaa nuUitlTO and raateratlTa propartlaa. are sufficient to reveal the character word, struck him with a heavy club, piece. One Jesse Cravens, who is de He states that be attended Thurman toatoilK, A 11.1, IU), there were, being dark and lonely of the deed committed as well as to which produced his death in a few scribed as a large man and a Justiee and treated him for hk wqund, which ruriMBirniSR.HARTER MEDICINE CO.,MV.)UXHKK.VKll. interminable forests. ways through portray the characters of the perpe- days. Jack said the killing of Gay of the Peace for Ohio county, was ac- was a gun shot through the knee; tbat by dense made almost impenetrable trators themselves, aud to reveal also was wholly unintentional on the part cused by Welsh of committing the he gave his opinion at the outset that thickets of cane, that mail facilities the pleasing fact that our ancestors, to of Adam, who mistook him for hk ad- crime, Welsh stating that Cravens there were "forty chances against hk Ewere almost wholly unknown and tel so far from encouraging or conniving versary whom he was hunting for at came upon him suddenly and struck living unless the limb was amputated," egraphs and telephones unthought of at violations of law, had a healthy the moment he met Gay. The two him, and that he immediately recog- and that he proposed to perform the when all these disadvantages are con and were prompt negroes, after fighting awhile, bad nized him, and be was then struck a operation, but the patient and hk hatred of sidered, it will be admitted that the aad rigid ia the prosecution of them separated to get weapons, and Gay second time and knocked senseless, and friends objected, and it was not done. exploits related evinced not only a oa all cessions. Murderers, robbers came on the ground about the time while in that condition robbed. Thk He further states tbat he was called to good deal of skill and ugacjtr, but aad rogues were promptly arrested Adam had procured hk bludgeon, and case evidently caused quite a sensation see the case by Jesse Gooch, who man ratber more courage than falls to the ' and brought to trial and doubtless it being very dark, be could not dis- in Stanford. Several prominent citi ifested great anxiety to have a cure lot of average mortals. At all events, punished as they deserved without tinguish him from the man he was zens, upon bearing of the oecurrenee, effected, and wanted him to make more it demonstrates tbat our grand-daddi- es much delay. Rogues, especially fighting. Gay was the great uncle of went actively to work to investigate vkita than he bad agreed to make. were down on horse thieves, and that were tracked through the wil- Mr.' A. D. Root, of this county. the afiair by questioning Welsh and I don't wish to be understood aa pa- fact k certainly north recording. derness for many miles and appreAll of the foregoing cases were tried Cravens, examining and measuring rading thk deposition before the pub EVEHUART's TROUBLE hended. Borne, instances of detection, in this County Court, which tbeu bad tracks in the lot where the deed was lio because of any thing remarkable DAVID AND CATV is quite evident that the It pursuit and capture of these rascals final jurisdiction of all crimes commit done, searching tor the money, Ac, contained in it. There is certainly while tbey abhorred crime in seem almost miraculous such indeed ted by slaves. Ot course the accused &o. The persons conducting the in- nothing remarkable In the doctor's ex- folks, as would make the keenest detectives were regularly Indicted by a grand vestigation were Joseph Ballinger, pressing a wish to try hk knives and any form, had a supreme hatred for of the present day ashamed of them- jury and tried before a petit jury just Wm. Logan, Joseph Wekb, Thos. saws on ThurawB's leg, as that wm that of theft; indeed so intense wm this feeling that a person who had the selves. JeaflBtV JaVJBiaaBBBBBBBaBBBBBVk1 as criminals now are in the Circuit Wekb, Thos. Montgomery, (the then Ephraim'a favorite amusement all thro' BBBBBaaaaiaaBailBaaaaaaCt THE MURDER OP LITTLE JOHNNY HARmisfortune to be suspected of looting, Court. In all cases where slaves were clerk of the court,) and ptbers. The life; nor was it a surprising or uacom. NETT. BmHamamaaaMJJ'aaiaarr jKjwf JlMayBiaHBdKIHarBBBBBBBBBBBBB even upon the slightest grounds, was SalripSBBBBBBBBBBBcfajBBBBVBl. la1laiaB!BtSiMaaaaaaaaaaaTr SillBSMjaBSSKimairSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSftXy One of the most shocking and bru- convicted of capital offenses the jury depositions of the person just named rnoa thing for a maa of hk calling to BBBBTlBaBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBValaaBBt to show that the purse and a part near- tell, as he did, after the patieni't daUh, promptly arranged and subjected tal murders was committed in 1700 by had to fix in their verdict the value of to the' most rigid prosecution. A case Polly, a negro girl slave belonging to the slaves, which was paid the owner ly all of the money were found in the just bow be could have bees cured. exemplifying this fact wm that of the alMy only reason for eeoUoaiBg it all ,, James Barnett, the victim being John by the Commonwealth upon the con. stablo near which the robbery was yaaTa,'aamamamamamiiaamamamamama-yi Commonwealth against David Ever-har-t Infant four years of age. stitutional principle that private prop leged to have taken place, and that is tbat, though a trivial circumstance Harnett, an and hk wife, Caty, which came remink-cenc- e The bmbmc of the killing k thus erty should not be taken for public tracks were found thereabout corres- in itself, it is nevertheless a wiari before Wm. Smith, Esq., iu 1807. of one of the most distinguished compensation, ponding to tracks known to have been grapMoaHy set forth in the indictment : purposes without just The papers in thk case, such m are "By beating the said John Barnett the theory being that the slave was made by Cravens. Upon being ques- men, not only of Kentucky, but of the now on file, show that one Geo. Sllg-al- l ' ' 'atajaajti tioned by The. Montgomery and Jo- world. with a reck or rocks which she then executed for the publio good. went before the 'Squire and made AN OHIO MAN AB A "LOOTER." seph Welsh about the matter, Cravens THOMAS LANKFORD S MURDER. and there held in her hand, and by Though here and there n the old loud complaint that "about the 20th Thomas Lankford emphatically denied the act aad said In 1798, one cbekwg kin aad holding him by the up to court records we find the history of of June, one cotton shirt and one cot to do all kinds of Is in the Best throat with her hands, and also by started from Spottsylvania county, sometbine would aurelr turn occasional thefts perpetrated by the old ton shift,"(the latter k what k now holding bin with the body aud head Va., to Frankfort, Ky., traveling on prove hk innocence and to Identify of Style and at City FJguroa. Try us. inskted upon settlers of Lincoln, they are usually called a "dolman," I think,) "belong- under the water, by wbicb beatiog, horseback. A Mr. Irby, a friend of the guilty one; and he aforesaid JoWa-Bredied." Aa isHtieei was held npoa the body awl ST.A.DSTE'OiaXJ. 3C3T. ia the report of the ceroaer's jaty it is stated that Polly confessed the crime, Taw4&y Morale, December 19, 1882 saying that "she decoyed John from his father's house to a branch and threw him into it and threw on him ft4MMMWM- a rock of about fifteen pounds weight, It Kearly 100 Years. and afterwards took hold of him aad Same held him under the water until he was Bow the Grand Daddies Committed nearly done struggling with death." 5tit-tttkl- s nttnirlnwl 1 Iy tbey;lJMebh n THE OLDEST NEWS. ow aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa - .2071 -- mi -I - SWmL eSmV I tln;ilf e nwh e FREE! c-- pros-eentlo- Plain English! 4 1 e thief-hater- 11 now-a-da- ilri QOLD MEDAL the-newe- et? n Id-fu- ." $200. ' Tuft's 1 EXPECTORANT cla l.r V,,rl. .',,','0"J?'"J '!!ttJ!?'I iint I TUTT'S PILLS tl " ' old-tim- e the-must- . ILQ0E 'PURIFIES7'..'I,Dutis y. world-famou- s WMWMA TH- evil-doer- s liiterioi' JoHKiial horse-thieve- 4 old-tim- 'I JOB PRINTING OFFICK Prpard Plating knf 'QTAatTB'OKD, Tuesday MoralBg, Tht Story of Sompton. s"l'a." saM ttijsMRev. MulWfilVe son, "Samson 'wMT.,a strong ftaM, Malting M a Fool of Himulf. This (t who he was: man of forlf-lrr- . Hit ntnit wm WbioixJ Xt H hiii limp, ilM a rjolnt, hml-lt- . Al 3CST. IB, 1M Deeatar wasn't he?" "Yes, Samson man in was the strongest The following article, contributed br,a yalocd cprrcapomlcnt, ii 10 true, ami 'si thoroughly Illustrates he mat ter treated, that wo publiih it ver-batir- "norfli." "there ii nothing ao annoying to those which are brought into contact with it aa ignorenae if. Ignorant peo pie are unablo to undentasd thoae tblagf which' Hie emago inlndjihotikl comprehend at onct. Education openi the mental vition, aa it were, and present to the thialclng mind a vast of beauty, wliilo to tlie panoramm course and talgar eye of" igrioronso thero is nothing attracUre.' e "daniel wobttor unctt said that is power and his great dictionary is adtqualo proof that ho was no slouch himself in tho education line. I have often, saw people who bceamo the Victims e? their'fisiloW men W cause they were not informed upon things of which they should have obtained a nollcdgo, while others who hid obtained a thorough education could take a pencil or a piece of chock asdjaddmp at, thiag. , iUKlnul ach4M and eould 'give I hi gran eJuoailoaVora iheep rane wSSf giW a ,tke eaatiMT"and then let him acquire tho sheep ranch. If I had a son aud could give him a large herd of cattle or a good education, I would educate him, and he would get a soreback mule and a Tex as steer and let nature- take it course. "I knew at one time a tioyjwho was bcnt(upo'fijgoiag to eollldge although bis folks was poer and he pcraovcred for fifteen years through thick and thin till he came out with a diploma and. a tape worm. You can acquire almost' any thing at collidge from a' Greek education to a hectic flush. Another young man who 1 know first as av peer boy with red hair, applied himself aj bis studies patiently atid industriously'till ho was a good pons-maand then he wrote a check by which he got 82,000 and eighteen Otlwr ycaS is the penitentiary. bojTwould havo been contented with ten, but he was ambitious and onct said that he would not be satisfied with any little fool petty larceny rackit. --"I can eoBBt over among my own acquaintances a hundred I should cackelate who had aa good opportu, nitieSTb acquire i? rominenf position nol-edg- in fijS V"I i'dwf, oat-rfij- h ut tlwy, would drjjtpoateW and their, iiiturVwlth Ignorense and vise. Had they applied themselves while young, they might as well have been in the Legislature as I for they possessed the same natural hoaven born genius that I did if they had improved it as crT tbeyTort. "When I was young I tackled the more difficult branches with great ardor andjbefore I was nineteen years old could reduce fractions to a common denominator readily with one hand tied behind me. "Do not dispise learning. Men m the result stand ia Congress ofthorough and studious labor in school "who otherwise would perhaps be unknown, unhonored aud unsprung. They worked hard at school while other boys were out at recess. They toiled at noon eating their bread and joald. beef with .one hand while wftbftho other they worked out their sums in algebray, "If George Washington had neglected his studies in hit, youth, where He would he have been would have filled an unknown grave, e instead of resting In a stone at Mount, Vernon .with 'Americans coming there day after day to shed the scalding weep over him. Adams tfc Jefferson, Alexander the Great, Jesso James & Queen Victoria were all alike jpsxkoya but they acquired a nolledge of the spelling book-anslate early Ifl their lives and new they are well heeled. "Tbn peu is mightier than thosoard and a thorough nollwlge is better thaua farrow cow ia fly time. If 'it was the last words I could utter I would say: Get wealth if you can, ' but if you can't, get education Nye's Boomerang. and marry rich, to-damilk-houahun-dredTFore-paug- And Mid In accent low To another Solomon said: "What "I'm much afraid, mj deareat air, Tour trade?" of Thit op tat trout ron'II to." Goods, "Yes. Just before he was found an "A mason," was the reply. J. J. WILSON, "And so you arehero again?" querhis angel appeared and foretold of Which he guarantees to make up in style. Satisfaction guar"And who makes your tools ?" anteed, or no sale. Cutting: and Repairing neatly and promptly done. strength, saying that So razor mut ied His Honor, aa tho prisoner was STAMFORD, KY. blacksmith," replied the ma "The walked out. touch his. head." , . J Offlct and Realdenet, Upper Main St. "Here again ? Why, I never was son. 'Yas the angel afraid that the ra-l- in A third stated that he waa a stone LEE V, HUFFMAN, such a place in my full life before!" would cut him?" cutter, and that the blacksmith also "Well, perhaps I'm mistaken. You KY. STAMFORD, "No; the angel meant that his made his tools. Cflc South tldt Main Etrttt, two doora aboTt strength lay in his hair, and that his livo in tho country, I presume?" Hotel. tht Tho fourth man that King Solomon Purf Nltroua Oxldt Gat admlnlitartd when re "Yes, sir, and I'd give a three-yea- r bair must not be cut off." quired. addressed was a blacksmith himself. "If I let my hair grow long, can I old steer to be at homo about this He waa a powerful man, with bared B. O. MOROAN, D. TJ. 8. time o' day." lift.more llHHYMWiT" ' T? arms, on wnicn tbe mueclea stood out nTTTTLu Will b In (Stanford ona week " "I'doVftnow' "You couldn't come to town like a about thai of each month, from rat Mondaf . Dental rooma uriiuie. man of tense and do your trading and in bold relief, seemingly almost as in at. AeaTJti Hotel, oter JlcA'liwr eacn nuram "Are women stronger than men ?" Beaelrn.AtLancaater tnrea weeaaoi the metal ho worked. rom third Mondar. Dental rooma In Miaou Hooae. T33AJCTSa go home all straight. You felt that hard aa "No." Met "And what is your trade, ray good wnenalf n.) Tare nltroua oxld (aaa administered DrHRH, .. H'lHCH, necteearj. you must guzzlo some beer, and you Mttitleal Wall Paper. "But thcy'vo got longer hair." CIlCtHlCHlH, JLIqiiorK, IleekH, iHNfrilHaCHtH, couldn't stop at three or four glasses, man 7" asked tho King. 'Yes; they have longer hair." I'HllltH, NiHiioncrj', Pocket "Blacksmith," laconically replied IBM, annfllorv. OIlH, Telmecef. A GRAUD CQX.IilJ.TIOH. 1S32, Nohih. "A woman couldn't whin you, but bad to get drunk and take a roll the man ot the anvil and sledge. LHHipH, 1'criHHicry, MRCklHO Flro AriHN, in the gutter. Nice looking man you coghlefce??? NcctllcH. "And who makes your tools?" this morning." are o: nScall Department Is Col. Oar Jowclrr, Silverware and Optical Interior Journal Thos. Richards, who will Kepalr WatchesGoodsCIocls rromptlyIn Charge of beat "Make them myself," said the black- Semi-Weekand and 1r tho "Don't Judge don't say a word I f'VWas SamsonTTDeoioerat stjle. ' -And tht Loulttllle If any man in this room will take me smith. rdon'tTknowF W Whereupon, King Solomon imme cider-mil- l and kick me Courier-Journ- al "But why don't you know ? I'd out behind the mrml diately proclaimed him the King of know if I was as ojd as you. How eighty times I'll givo him a cowl papert for little mort Mechanics, becauso he could not only Ont jear lor tS.OO-tmany men was It that Samson killed?' Judge, I'm crushed. I'm ashamed to man me price ui vue. make his own tools, but all other arlook a decent man in the face." "One thousand." ua 13.50 you will Br -him to jour paring paper with tht recelrt l, for ont year ar so tbt home "How long since you went on a tisans were forced to go to "He was bad, wasn't ho?" --rtr Houth, the the tools of their trade manufac- repreatntatlTenewtpaper of the Weeklr and tbt havo In heat, brlibtett and ableat larallr . ?" i spree "No." United Miaiaa. ThoM who dealrt to examine a tured. can do ao at .' aaraplecopr ol tbe "Never before never never!" 'Jllut when a'raan kills BByfbody iniaomct. All That Olitteit It Not Cold. avc Hftving S. "It's rather singular that you went A man came into the office of a wo on mid at it yesterday." "The Lord was with Samson." practical chemist one day, and after "So it was, your Honor so it was. ''But tho Lord says you mustn't asking leave to lock the door, producWo kill any body. Did Samson go to I believe every man makes a fool of for ed from a handkerchief, in a very Hating concluded to remote to Texas, I oSer ealemr heaven?" , , himself at some time or other, and mysterious manner, some substance J3 "I suppose so." Residence &, TJiihIhcm Hoiihc, yesterday happened to be my day." which ho laid on the table. "He's the strongest angel there, town of Crab Or- And will swap for kinds of Feed. Hope to receive a la tht Combined "If I should suspend sentence and "Do you see that?" he asked trium- chard, Kr.,Inonont.iltuated ttrect. Tht building la Lancaaur aint he? hlah, 80xT) feet'and set you at liberty, could you keep two and liberal share the patronage of the public in general. la 20x10, In all eljbt rooma. The phantly. VYoUtareige-ttineiioolieagaio.nvK straight for the next six months ?" with counter, and ahelrlnz ntceljrand properly aroutbuilding, neceaurjr to said the gentleman. ranged, with all tht "I do," Respectfully, l'waBriowanow. . flui win yon "Yes and tho next six thousand and tht taataot the moat fastidious, and an abundance of pure water fur drinking and "Well, what do you call it?" years! Let me find myself on the household puipoaea.Mautlful abadt and fruit tree "I call it iron pyrites." adorning and beautifying tbe entire pieniltee, allg en?" way homo to Sarah and the children, In a good and healthy condition. Any ona "Wbat?-ai- n't it gold?" "I supposo so." a cheap yet valuable reeidrnce, among a detand I'll surely be the happiest man in prosperous people, would do well to call "No; it's worth nothing." And er and "But -- youjwont ool around' him, and examine the ptruileea beiort purchaalng elac America. where. Tenut reasonable. will'you? If'he'wus ter hit you he'd placing some on a shovel, he held it tj.tr JOHN r. ItTRODK. Tbt Court rnilUM him to (O, Aa! warned him aa ha fled, break your wings, wouldn't he?" over the fire, when it all disappeared Tht mau who drlnka a echoooer glaaa "Go to your mother. Tho next up tho chimney. CONDENSED TIME. Caa't keep a let el bead. -(- Detroit Fre Fret. time you attempt to question mo The spirit was all gone out of the about the Bible I shall whip you." poor fellow as he sank back in a chair Tht LorcTt Praor. & The spirit of the Lord's Prayer is and at last the sad truth came out. Stnn Ercutts for Smiling. "There's a widow in our place has STOCK COMPLETE. Josh Billings says: "Next toaclear beautiful. It breathes : ItAILROAU LINE. got a hull hill full of that stuff, and I A filial spirit "Father." conscience fur solid comfort comes an embracer. (Staple aud Fancy GroccrlcH,' Patent aud Family Far "A catholic spirit "Our Father." have gone and married her." oWshoeTl' M-f TRAINS GOINQ NORTII. '. Flour, Heal, Bacon aud Lard, Tobacco aud Cigare, Weed. A reverential spirit "Hallowed be mer's Home Journal. Ex. Bun. Nots2, 1882. The Popular Science Monthly asks 3 S 3aa "WlHttaro'ciWd?" The" Third paTtr thw nun,." ch, Willow and Tinware, Glass aBd Queeasware.BCaHaed Lte. Richmond, Prry thePooh Gihlb. When a " Lancaster........ S SO " "A missionary spirit "TtiyT'kiig S 00 " WIlHamlburg.... Is a large crowd. kisses his girl good night Goods ol all kinds a specially. Remember tbe place, "Tho 7 00 London ' ' young man UUBI S 00 " LlTtngaton The meanest kind of man is the .i. taiUlC. about 1:30 a. m., he may have nearly Corner Store." 9 07 " Crab Orchard An obedient spirit "Thy will be 9 50 " man who will at this season give a a mile to walk before reaching his ' Shelby City 10 IS . . 10 IS ' . Danville Junction.. tramp a straw hat, when ho knows done." home and be enviea his girl, who he ! Mltehellaburg OP LINCOLN CO. - 10 a A dependent spirit "Give us this supposes jumps into bed and is fast " Lebanon 11 60 that if tho tramp wears it he'll get 12 63 pm day our daily bread." ' New llaren. guyed to death. 155 - 8 DO " asleep in ten minutes after he leaves Arr. Lebanon Junction......" ..- A penitent spirit "Forgive our Cincinnati A Missouri girl whose father reus . the house. He doesn't know that she ' Loulatlilt Junctlon.... - 8 15 " TPOE-C- E! trespasses." cd to buy hct a linen must first fish 79 hair pins out of her TRAINS GOING SOUTH. A forgiving spirit "Aa w? forgive dress poisoned ono of his mules to get head, one at a time, and twist her IjSx. Bun. NOV 26. IMS. them that trespass against us'" even. A girl who can't be in style hair up in bits of paper so that it will S S3 a m Lte. LoulaTlll- A watchful spirit "Lead us not First-Clas- s will becomo desperate. crimp nicely next day, and that he is Lte. bunford...-...- 2 00 p' ra Combined One. 2 62 into temptation, but deliver us from " Crab Orchard..... A little girl had been scolded by 4 10 in bed snoring before she turns off the Arr. Llilngaton 20 " " London... She picked up all evil." her grandmother. 7 20 gas. If he were aware of this fact, STANFORD, KY., Oct. 31, 1882. " Wllllamaburg.. . A believing and adoring spirit 2 40 " Lte, Lancaater Geo. D. Weaken Dear Sin Tlie Albion Spring Tooth Harrow, her little kitteu, and caressing it, said, S 80 " perhaps he would leave earlier. ... Richmond Arr. "For thine is the kingdom, and the Cultivator and Broadcast Seeder purchased of you is all you claim for "I wish one of us three wasdead.-As-d and the glory forever. Amen." Chicago Times. ' And this is his errand: "Toll mo about him." . lit ant It town It tar Taculhti wloUt'i wood; "It was intended that 8amn for lit Utr should be tho strongest man, and be tit could. fore he was born " 1 ' And ' this was tho natural conseThe bewildered expression on the quence: child's faco arrested the minister in Hit hn b id to tpln ironO'I, lilt tonsut f raw lirft nd thick. his narration. And kit Irga refuted "Before he.waj born?" aakeuMlte To kick mother kick. 1 hoy, And then an officer came along, and Yes, before that 'if, bcforo 'ho lit collared Edmotd la a trie, was found In a hollow stum " that overlived." tl !r ' Inittit-Ittiboold- n'llf FReFEMrMAIi. Sohmtn ana" tht Blacktmlth, The story goes that during the build T. W.VatMoK. WAl.ticar. vaoir, JES-VIIlILall.Iingof Solomon's Temple that wise T. W. AWB VARWON, ATTtHlNUYH XT XiA."W. ruler decided to treat the artisan's emKY. STAXFORD, ThoLAHGEST STOOKof WAT0HES.0L00KS, JEWELRY ployed on his famous edifice to a ban- Offlot la Owale A Ron'i new balldlof-- up italra. AM) NILVJEttTVAltK quet. When the men were enjoying ALEX. ANDKHSON, Ever bronght to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches, docks and the good thing hie bounty had proA.XTOIINI3V A.T X.A.'W, Jewelry Repaired on short notice, and Warranted. vided, King Solomon moved about 0AHVIM.E, XT., from table to table, endeavoring to Will practlcaln tht Court of notla tad adlolnlnf aountle and la tht Court of Appoala. become better acquainted with bis MABTBHBON workmen, To one he said: A.T'A'ourxjav VBYTON. X.A.W. S. PENNY & McALISTEK, "My friend, what Is your trade "A carpenter." 'And who makes your tools?" "The blacksmith," replied the EVQBcCtTa 7" LIBERTY, KY. Will nrattfa In all thftfVinrla bt Patar and ad jotalni TOuntltt, and In lb Court of Appeal,. Hpeclal attention tlren to collection,. Offlct oter n, x. nercca atore. mo aniiium roactaKYCOCKTT, Ar H. G. RUPLEY, Mi:i-CIIAIV- T TAII.OIt, car- - 'Mwt;)ikV!iU!;.ir? DB. 3. O. OAHPBNTEB, KENTUCKY 8TANFORD la Offlce orer lUbt. 8. Ljtla'e ttore. Offlct boon from S to iii and 7 to r. at. Stanford, A Splendid ofSlattoi and Kentucky, ilelnlty that bt hat ircelred Wishes to Inform bit Patront Stock Fall and Winter OBNTWT. STJROKON DI3NTIHT, ra M'ROBERTS&STAGG II If iff DENTIST. 11 Opera House Block, Stanford, Ky., Cigar. ly I" Weekly wo Courier-Journa- 8'" Hf if mm wmm SITIAIBIIilEI! T s Vil Sr he'fd?" '" 'J'JTJ 1 Courier-Journ- FOR J3 ALE! atore-roo- ol bought out II. Ihuigluntui, will lieep Uugglcs, which hand a nice lot of Horses will let at rcasonablo rates. Will also board Horses by the dny or week. are also in ' THE COAL all of T-R,A.30E- con-Ul- A. T. NU1VJVEJLI.EY, "ASJSSv. dealr-In- MSAIM orMJvihi GROCERS, IS ALWAYS OUR St. Asaph Block, Stanford. - ii It 8tantord.........-.........- .......... . ... . ..... Mobile, ..... TESTIMONIALS FARMERS lemon-colore- d .... ...... ... .... ... Roc. HARROW, CULTIVATOR & SEEDER. Three Implements in .. it isn't you kitty,' and If ain't power me. A widow writes to cavalry officer in Dakota: "Dear Sir: My man, per haps you know, is dead. I buried him Tuesday. It is coming on Spring, and I am a lone woman with a big ranch, and the Indians about. I don't mind the Indians, tho red devils, but I have too much work for any woman to do. If you have any sergeant about to be mustered out, or a private, if he is a good man. I would like to have you inform me about him. If ho if a steady man, likes work, and 111 .1 T 1. a uu - guuu I.. nm luaiij- kin. uuiun. """, we cau get along together. it we think It's a good chance for any mau. Please answer." circulars are We see that "fur-linefashionable again." People had much better advertise in the newspapers d than waste their money sending qirculars through the girl, while '' her A little mother was trying to get her to sleep, became interested in some outside noise. Sho was told that it was caused by a cricket, when she sagely ob served: "Mamma, I think be ought to be oiled." , The Governor of Kansas told the young men ot Chicago that twenty-fiv- e years ago he drovo oxen and drove them well. Aa exehange says tho present Governor 'of Texas started in life as a hostler at jHper month, aad he dld.Wa work" well. The financial magnate, Rufus Hatch, began life as a chain earrier in surveying a railroad, and afterward was a e locomotive engiueer. There are ot idle young men because they eau not find "honorable" work. They would do well to remember that all honest labor is honorable and that idleness is a vice. When thou prayest, rather let thy heart be without words than thy words without heart. Prayer will make a mau cease from sin or sin will entice a man to cease from prayer. The spirit of prayer it more precious than treasures of gold and silver. Pray often, for prayer is a shield to the soul, a sacrifice to God, and a scourge for Satau. John Bunyan. fur-linepost-offic- e. Wis-comIh mul-tl&de- The SrmiT of the age. The av- A minister at Maryville, Tenn who, according to bis own story, had been restored to life after having been dead three days, and returned to the world for the purpose of evangelizing it, was sent'to'au insane asylum because be wanted to carry on hW mis sionary work without any clothes on. and New Orleans. erage Arkansas editor rarely fails to of food waa compelled to pawn his dia- Emigrant. toTexaa hart thelrcholceof twtroatea: Cultivator. Craig Lynn. consult the intellectual tastes of his Memphis or tla New Orleans. Time much la mond shirt studs for a loaf of bread. quicker and rate, lower than by any other readers. The other day the Slick While conveying the humble meal to route. It Is alto the Mr.Geo. D.Wearen Dear Sir; I have one of the. Albion Spring Kock Muscle, weekly paper of his castle a hungry dog ran off with it, QUI0KE8T, CHEAPEST AND BEST Tooth Sulkey Harrows, Cultivators and Broadcast Seeders. , I am ability and great political in and a few minutes later robbers reliev- Route to all points In Mlaauurl, Kaneaa, Illinois, well pleased with it and would not. exchange it for any similar tool. fluence, contained the following: "Our Vm. Goocii. Indiana, Iowa, Nebraska, ed the editor of his gold watch and Only one change to Chicago, Colorado, Arkansas. St. Louie and Exit. wife, who baa been our companion and tickets to For further Information Instead of being rat- South, Kansae, Colorado, about euilf rant rateatbt $80 in money. to an I Geo. D. Weaken, Esq. Dear Sir I used one of the Albion Comassistant for years, died day before v. a--, tled by these untoward incidents the Florida, addrtaa Ticket Agt.,aiavna.Ky. bined Spring Tooth Harrows and Broadcast Seeders in putting in my Loularllit, Oen. rsa. and yesterday, and we would give our nuOr F. J. Anthony, Agt., Stanford, Ky. editor smilingly remarked: "I thank wheat this Kail, and do not hesitate to say that it did the work, permerous readers an interesting account tho gods that I have still my appetite C, T. Sandibge. fectly. of her life and public services, togethleft." We are taught by this fable er with a neat obituary notice express, Geo. D. Weaken Dear Sir: We bought of you a Spring Tooth that true contentment ia the greatest ive ol our. grief,' Imt as we have to Sulkey Harrow and Broadcast Seeder, and after having ised it in Denver of all journalistic boons. mndenae and crowd in aa much mm. DR. GAM'S REMEDIES! seeding wheat in .foul stalk land, we are free to say that the Imple' ..t .. . r .W Tribune. si uon news as possime mis weex, we "" ment is a good one and gives satisfaction. We regard it superior to FOB THE MILLION. The trouble with the young doctor must grapple business and dispense any Drill and a perfect success as a Harrow and pulverizer. is that he thinks be knows it all. Af- MANUKACTUBED BY W. K. QANN, H. D., R, W. Givens & Son. with pleasure until next week." ter he has been ten or fifteen years in Arkansaw Traveler. MONTICEIXO, KY. practice, and has made his mark in Mr. Geo. D. Weaken ZVrtr Sir: I am pleased with my Albion .ThejAfre Amirieafi, a colored men's Ttaa worl.l la filled with ttaa wonderful, beauti the cemetery settlements, he begins to ful aodinlrlcat Innotlooa ol roan, jh all tbt Spring Tooth Harrow and Broadcast Seeder; think, it, is much better paper in Cincinnati, delivers itself genius that hat find out that any old woman nurse combined talrnt aod produuxi tbt world mat can and answers many more purposes Jhan a Drill. Joiin,Bucianan. known bat ntrrt anriDioit thusly: "The white Republicans of " MMlcal could discount him at the start in the compart wain "Dr. Uann't Ktrurdlta to dlaoorer skill and tcltnrt hatt, aa tat, lallrd tbe Seventh District of Kentucky, Ceo. D. Weaken Dear Sir. Have tested your Albion Seeder on for tbt curt tbt diagnoeia of a case. He only beats any thing tuual to tbtu, recoiumended. of Aa for which tbaf art tbtlr clean, plovcd land and on the foulest stalk land. who refused toi vote for J. ,W. Asbu It gives better.isatis-factio- n praised j thousands through Tlrtuaa the old woman by ung the big new out tbt and uart ar. breadth ol tbt land, amfaa Itnglh and than any implement ever used in foul land. ry on account ot his color, have souls Standard Famllr Medicines, tber cannot bt tx names for old diseases. A- - K, DENrjv, that would float in a drop of water or ,i . inMorgan's celebrated raid called, ant artfullj auUltutUWd lj tbt tlnaf tat itttimoniaia During on thejtoint of atflae.eassbrle , needle. For Coogbt, Colda, Croup, Uroochlllt, Contuuip Geo. D. Wearen Dear Sir; I have used one of the above menUon and all Ulauaaeaa ol tht Throat tnd Longs, When at Ike next election sueh Re- through Ohio ia 1862, Gen. Morgan tioned Seeders, and heartily endorse the statement oflNIr. Denny. publicans call upon the colored men stopped one of hU men coming from a Uno Dr. Ganu's Cougb Syrup. J. A. DePauw. to vote for the party they should hardware store saying "what in the For UrCouipUlat,l)jipcptla.Indlja.lloa Jaun1 steal that rake for?" dice, Cooitlpallon, Sour btomachaud all lllllout did you be promptly knocked down and spat d The Albion Combined Spring Tooth Geo. D. Wearen Dear Uittaata, upon. Such is our measure of con- - "'Cause the other boys had been there Uno Dr. Uhhu'h Liver CHre. Harrow, Cultivator and Broadcast Seeder is all and even more, than ; and there was nothing else left to tempjtrlall suchi? you claim for it. I have sown 59 acres of wheat this season in filthy llbeuuiatlaiu, Neuralgia, Sprains, Urklaotaod steal," promptly answered tbe soldier, For Bwtlllnge-- eu external application far manor com land, and it does its work well where no other machine would Dou't overfeed the bogs and let Uatt work at all. My son Jimmie, who is 12 years old, ran the machine them eat sour feed or feed left over, A Drunette child endured for Ma Vne Dr. GaHia'n I.lHlment. all the time, using a team of comparatively small horses, anil foilnd but give them three times a day all ny years tbe Taunts and Jibes of its For riles, lltuorrholdt, Burnt, Fistula and ill no difficulty. I cheerfully recommend it to my farmer friends, for I ttullar dlaraata, they will eat up clean and relish it. Monde parents. "Alas, cried know a fair trial will convince them of its usefulness eight months Add to tbe corn diet turnips, pump- "What an Unhappy Lot is mine, Use Dr. Gbhh'h Pile 01u(mBt. In the year. John 1 Bailkv. kins, potatoes, apples, etc, t as a relish. since Neither My father will tell me For Freeh Cuts, liuroi, Ulctra and Old Soret, It will help them to eat more corn Whom he Suspects nor Will my Use Dr. Ghhh's il(terMweet Geo. D. Wearen Dear Sir; Kach one of us having purchased of and digest it. you one of your Albion Spring Tooth Sulkey Harrows and'Broadcast OlHlmcat. Mother give me the Slightest , The unkindest cut Blaine has re VaeDr.GuHa'MtJlewaek Hitters Sqeders, we take pleasure in saying that they have- given us entire satisfaction and done all that you claimed for them. Prefer them to ceived lately comes from the editor of A woman at Peoria, III., who is the A Btllablt Tonic. Appttltcr and Blood Farllar, Sows the wheat evenly and leaves ana also cures inaigeauen, Lint any wheat Drill we have seen. the Reading AVici, who figures out mother of eight children, has allowed I'oiuplalnt, altlarlal rttcra and all periodical none exposed on the surface; also regard c tool superior to any Ulatatet, Manofacturrd and for tale bjr that on the salary of the President, a hired man to alienate her affections other as a pulverizer and believe they will prove valuable as Cultu 3C. 3vr. $200,000 for four years, Waiae could from her husband. Everybody agrees C. Vanov, vators. erAU ordtrt Bole proprietor, Montlrello, Ky. come out worth 940,000,000. Shanks Sfoonamokk, that the hired man is a blooming fool, by mall will reotht pmsapti.ttatloa. well-known , The Contented Country Editoh. Once upon a time an editor in search PULLMAN PALACE CABS To Memphis, Little Montgomery, it. I am well pleased with my purchase. As a Harrow and pulverizer it is the best I have ever seen; as a Seeder, I would not exchange for any other, and I am also confident that it will prove valuable as a Afflicted, Attention r- i.i Sin' e. w. x., M-- 8 t I I I I ' i M i l wrong. John Proctor, who wa recently tried lowing my one to go free when there were Parlor and mantel with argand for breach of th peace and fined $9 and reasonable grounds to bellev that he was burners at J. L. Whitehead'. It was reported here Saturday that It. sentenced to ten days confinement in the guilty ol a crime. But, when upon InsufII. Frith, of Gum Sulphur, had mad an county Jail, received a remission from Gov. ficient evidence persons In such clrcum-stancweek, remitting the ten Blackburn assignment for the benefit of hi creditors ar compelled to be at such unnecday' confinement, Nearly everybody her The last of the fonr conrlctswlio es- signed the petition asking for the remission essary expense, It seems to ns an Inexcusacaped from on of the camp on the K. C and the action of the Governor In granting ble error. Personally, we like Mr. Item- II. It., In this county, was recaptured and is generally favorably Indorsed. Proctor U don, but however intimate onr friendship quite a young fellow, belBg about 10 years with any mm, wa will not allow that returned her Isst week. His father died when he was a You can buy from J. L. Whitehead ofsge. mere child and he ha had to contend with friendship prevent u from condemning any book, newspaper or periodical publish- the ssme adverse circumstance which be- any act that we believe unwise, ungenerous The bcsHty of the new Chinese bill ed in the English language. He Ii the set moat poor orphan boy. He his been or unjust. We deplore as much a any 4. rather wild, but he nukes promise of re- on the present condition of political af is exemplified in the fact that a Chi- man to take your orders. form. His mother I At J. L. Whitehead' drag and book her mortification wouldan excellent lady and fairs and would rejoice to see the present OF "W CHRISTMAS 8IFT. naman living at Pittsburg, Pa., wish have been great had store and news depot, you wilt find a care- be been placed in jail. It I hoped that mode of conducting political campaigns IuSemi-WeekIbk to ko to his native country and TnKlNTKRion J0URKAL,in fully selected stock of pure drugs and med- young Proctor will bow keen on th right broken up. But, can this be effected by lit a it form, completes the first year marry, telegraphed to Secretary Fol icine. Prescription compounded at all side of the law alwtye hereafter. enforcing a policy that has been used only .1 l! Obituary. Trip, the old dog with this issuoand eel ger, asking if ho would be allowed to hour by experienced hands, for th advantage of a certain party. We of iU existence; ,f. to most everybody In th oonaty. ebrates the anniversary by appearing brine her back with him; The Secre The Dramatic Club will probably gWe th property and for year almost constant answer emphatically, no. The time for Is dead. enforcement of such policies formed and their entertainment on the night of the H. attendant of Capt. Jack Adams, before its appreciated readers, to proud tary replied that under the law The exact dste will be published hereafter. Last September he celebrated his 21st fsshloned In th heat of passion has passwas far could return but not his wife. of Itself, that its ordlaary it The proceeds will be used to purchase an birthday, but even thenlife wa painfully ev- ed, and,lf we would arrive at more satistoo small to hold it, nor would any ident that hla hold on was weakening is said that the policy of the re organ for th Sandiy-school- . rapidly. He was a good "dorg" and al- factory results, we mint proceed mor In thiee short of this double sheet. It The fellow who Is fond of a practical ways avoided sheep. Oa no occasion waa accordance with the feelings and interest pnbllcasH daring the remainder of the has reaaoa too for this joke, got in his work on Jim Marti last he ever discovered with wool In his teeth. of the people. A law or the construction First-Clas- s session of Congress will be to cut down Saturday. Bat the jnke deyeloped the fact II wu nnl "ftlM v," was never known to of a law that makes negro testimony supelation, for it has safely cut the cjeprovoke a diffica! bat if imposed on he rior to that of a white man I not conge all appropriatleBS so that tho deao-rati- o that Jim Is determined to blow bis wblstls would "fight till th last armed foe expirteethilthe experiment and shewn the House will have to provide ftr 'If It costs htm a thousand dollars." ed." Unlike most of his town companions. nial with such feelings and interests, and wise heads, who shook their knowing For ways that are Bro. Barnes elrcular ha been receired bn was ever dignified sod courteous In hi must be abandoned, otherwise election rithan usual, the deficiency. BO&lles even nore wisely To meet the wants of the season, he has also opened out a General In the sharp and tricks that are mean the here. His friends here think the "new de. treatment ol on a country dog who look town ots will continue and party strife become always put wistful, hunted and mor fierce. when it was saggested, that they do Assortment of have always been peculiar. parture," on the whole, the best thing for carrie his tall between his legs. Old Trip not always sometimes know quite as republicans htm to do. To th extent of tMr aUHty, wa a good house-do- g Bryantttllh. and Id his best days much ai they think they do. It give a one hunter, the "treeing" of squirrels be they doatless will assist him la hi wrk. kOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Fresh Oystsrs at J. C. Bryant's. Old Kris I showing himself again. If you want to make a brother, sitter, ing his specialty, At this be was a suc us double pleasure, thereioro, to state Friday till Jin. 2. Congress adjourns cess. And be wss never caaghl tn a lie. J. B. Leavell ha recently purchased to' those who have stood by us and Tho mow It ten to fifteen feet deeji In wife, husband, mother, father, daughter, He lost his hesrins several years ago. Which he will dispose of at bottom figures for cash, Come right son, friend or sweetheart a Christmas pres Since then his only exercise has been dally a handsome piano lor his wife. those who predicted a collapse within many localities In New York. along and supply yourself. Robert Bettls, of Lancaster, is psying house to tbe Store ent, go to J. L. Whitehead's and get it. He trip from bis master The debt of Lexington according to six months, that we have succeeded keeps eTery thing from a bottle of perfura As hi powers forsook him and the end $1,35 a pair for turkeys in this viclnty. the Mayor! report la $133,000. drew near, it wss touching to see how close pecuniarily even better than our most A llttlo son of John Scott fell upon The death rate according to the cenani cry to a sewing machine. he kept to the heel of bis matter. Nor sanguine calculations. Our subscript it 15.1 perron to the 1,000 earl. The Christmas tree at the Court-hoaswaa the latter' attention to the old dog any the frozen ground Isst Friday and broke J touching, He fed him on the hi ana. tion'list; 'thanks to a people who can The Hall Block in Toledo, 0., burned next Monday erening Is for the Sunday the less bit of meat and buttered bread. school. A committee will ee Jo it that choicest Cbrlstmts Iscloie at hand and not a always" be relied on to stand by a man Friday night, causing a Ion of $650,000. every child whose name Is" enrolled as a Daring hi last illnesa hi master provided social or gathering of any kind talked of when he makes a proper eflort to stand The Cincinnati Southern will glre Its him with every possible comfort. Trip member of the school gels a present. The breathed his laat on Saturday, and on Sun- by tbe young folks. by himself, is greater now than at any patron a Christmas gift by Belling ticket little ones day morning he waa buried with appropriTillett Brothers sold their hemp crop should be out in force. time during the, tea years of the pa- at reduced rates to all point. of '80 and '81, to Sparks, of Nicholasville, County Court In this month wlil be on ate ceremonies, fityuitxat iitjxwrl The Kentucky Central Railroad was per's existence, and this issue is largthe 25tb, a legal holiday, and quarterly for $4 50 and $5 per hundred, Seed $2,000 at Lexington, for obtruct$g Mrs. Sallie Coovert, aged S3 year court begins the lit day of next month, aner by far'thaa any we have ever print- street with it can. legal holiday. Circuit court condied on the eve ot the 11th Inst. Her reed. A new power press has been addThe Fayette Circuit Court added four- other main were interred the following day at DEPARTMENT. ed during the year, and a steam engine teen conviets to the penitentiary. The vene on the 8th of next month, a celebrated anniversary, though for a wonder, not a the Fork Church burying ground. some time ago took the place as a mo- terms range from two to three year. II. WEST, holiday. SIme Eogleman , of color, was tried beB. C. Atkins, a countryman, blew out tive power of the brawny son of Ham, LANCASTER. The year ia drawing to a close and fore 'SqutreJobnaon and Scott,lat Wednes the gat when he went to bed In a Fraokfor who had been furnishing it theretofore. --The Telephoce Company is boom- - day, for robbing J. B. Leave!!' turkey Messrs. Jack Adams A Son deaire to re Ky. hotel and the next morning be got up On' the 'whole it has been a most mind all those indebted to taeea either'by Ine. roost, and got SO dsy sin the dead. A good many will be filled not or account thai 'now is a good time to In New York City during the ILWilson Dunn bought of J. F. Dunn HAS OPENED THE- and notwithstanding we In this vicinity by some days ago, a brown colt 2 years-olhave had to work just twice as hard thirteen year, 1,C37 persona bate commit-e- come forward and lettle. They hare InThe shipping hog of this oounty have George Welsh, Jr., 1st dam the dam of suicide, of whom 1,320 were men and dulged their debtors for a long time, and as before, we do not regret, but on the 361 women. they now need the money, and must have about all been shipped, mostly to Louis- Abel, (private trial 2.23 j) by Gill's Ver contrary are glad we discarded the ville. e All the keepers of houses of raont;2d dam a thoroughbred. The Mercury in the Thermometer was -- OFThe attention of the public la especiek for the slow in Lexington, thirteen in number, were in Uncle Josh Dunn who ha been seri ally called to the advertisement of Mr. J. wandering around in the neighborhood of twiee-a-we-ek dicted by the grand jury laat week and for sora daya with pneumonia Is ously ill Cook, elsewhere in this issue. Mr. Cook I zero last Saturday. reported much better, and it I to be hoped paper. We hope and believe our read some ten have been arrested and put in a live man and he i doing a "rattling" Miss Jlerndoo, of Lexington, I WL will be mingling with hi many friend era are as well pleased with the change Kobert Ould, aiatant Secretary of buslnee at Pleasant Valley. About the visiting her slater, Mrs. J as. Smith, la th soon. Jesse Dunn and Jeese Swope, too show it by contin- War under the Confederate QoTernment. only comment hi customers make on their Fork neighborhood. and that theywill worthiest old bachelors were J. C. Thompson, Lsncaster, Ky., has of Lincoln'friends tn this vicinity laat week ued patronage and good wishes and died at Richmond, Va. Friday. He first purchase is to wonder how he can sell EVER EXHIBITED IN received his stock of jewelry and fancy with their tfce them so low. came into prominence as prosecutor in Wonil.'S . Sickles-Key- s ENTXRrBHE. Mr. James Maret hi goods for the holiday trade. murder case. Do Not bi Dtctind. j.CoseWeriBg tbe fact that another celebrated Mr. J. M. UIgginbotham, our present 'The greatest number of failures that established a new industry in Mt. Vernon, In theM tlnss ot qotck osdlclDssilTtrttw issue will appear before the happiest hare occurred in the U. 8. during any week a chair factory. An engine and all neces- Sheriff, 1 very flatteringly spoken of a msnlisTerywhsrsttlli truly gratlfrlnf to And His stock embraces Toys, Hooks, Albums, Fancy Toilet Goods, season of the year will be ushered in, oas rsmsdy llisl 's worthy of prals. sod which this year were reported last week. The sary machinery have been procured, and the President of the new Bank. really does ai rmmitiM, Kleclrle Cltlsrsw too early to extend the number was 208. o( which 41 were In the the factory ia located back it is almost Louis H. Ramsey, the artistic off- can TOuchfor Wloi a trns and rtllaUs rraedy, Dressing Cases, Majolicaware, Jewelry and Silverware, Vases,1 &c.',' of the Newcomb . compliments of that occasion, but for Southern' State and CO in the Western. tut ii Hotel, Mr. Nicholson will have charge of hand sign wrlter,will be in Lancsiler about sndoos that wllldo si recoKDsBdsil. Thsy la Big lot of sheet Music. ,, variably curs etonseh and Liter Complaints, now open and ready for sale. At Mansfield, La., Feter Thomas for the factory, He is thoroughly acquainted January 1st. Ssve vour signs for him. me saxe oi our readers ih uiawe, vau County Attorney, Jas. II. Brown will Diseases of ths Kldosys and Urinary UfflcoU. the murder of Dick Bright; at Selms, Ala , with the business. ifornia and the other distant States, W know whereof wsspesk, snd can readily say, F. L. Thompson desires to announce to investigste the turnpike tax in this county firs them s trial. Sold at ifty ctataa botil by whom this paper will reach about the John Kedd for killing Lucy Lee; at Dak., John Bright for killing a Mex- his friends and the public generally, that at the December term of the County Psnny A McAlbler. time that Santa Claus does, "we em ican, were all jerked to Kingdom come Fri- be now has on hand large, handsome and Court. a brace 'this opportunity" to wish them day. well selected stock of goods which he is Rev. T. M. Vaughan, of Danville, wa L1SC1ITIB ADTkBTISCaUTX. reported that Judge Brown will selling at Itis a'nVall'bfour other patrons the merprices for the "rocks." unable to fill his appointment, at the riest Christmas and the happiest New not ask for State troop to protect Neal He defies competition in prices and in the Forks of Dix River Church Sunday, on H. C. MOHQAN, D. D. B. and Craft at their approaching trial at quality of his goods. A nice lot of goods account of indisposition. Delinquent subscribers will Year. UIflLLl has located nermansnllr In Lao- sumOrayion, but will otder the Sheriff to Now is your time to buy cheap goods. caster. Offlc rooms orsr J. U. swesasy's new please enclose $2.50 with their good mon a sufficient number of citizens to in just received; bought especially for the Hol f iday trade. Call at the new (tore if you I want to close out by Jan. lit. Don't fail slsr. xssslfn.) wishes, not necessarily for publication, sure them safety. to call and get bargains when goods must want bargains. H. 0. KAUFFMAN, The grand jury at Lexington examined but as a guarantee ot goed faith. The Church heie has made no arrange be sold. I must have what Is due me by ATTOUNEY A.t r.A.'W, into the rainagem'ent of the Lunatic Asy ments, as yet, for a preacher next year. Jan. 1st. Geo. A. Feather. LANCaSTER, ICY. Old'Governor Allen, of Ohio, once lum there and found divers irregularities. Though Eld. Largest stock jewelry and silverware Uutir CoamMotxr Garrard Irenlt Court. Will J. L. Allen, who has labored said: "You might as well try to run Among other things tbey found that the prattle th faithfully and well for us during the past of any jewelry house in Central Kentucky. count! In allIn thsCourla of Uarrard and adjoining sad Court of Appeals. in hell as an honest gov- steward was furnishing his fsmiiy from the an four years, expressed himself as not desir- Solid ailver spoons a specialty, In fine Ready-Mad- e funds supplies ol the Institution and hauling coal ous of returning on account of his ernment, with a great surplus of cares, for present. J. C. Thomp pressing for his own nse. school-rooihe Treasury." The old gentleman away by the duties, yet it is believed that son, Lancaster, Ky., Palace Jeweler. in A fire at Hickman, Ky., destroyed if insisted on, he would return even FISK ASDKllISS Just received a large stock of French at a was right. The republican Congress three entire blocks of business houses. The men. have made historr repeat itself alarm was sounded at three o'clock In the sacrifice to himself. If the Church falls to grans and lmmotelle bouquet and llohe INSURANCE COMPANY, mian glass and decorated vases in all colors, Bro. Allen, they will make a with a vengeance in the last tew years, morning, and the flames were not gotten secure Or PosToa, Mass. with or without silver mounting. Remem vide the river and harbor bill steal, under control until 0 in the afternoon. During the Holiday J. E. Vowel's ber the place J. C Thompson's, Lancss- - Capital, tSOO.OOO; surplus, U3,K).3I; toUl awtta, the monitor swindle and so on ad infi- The loss is estimtted at $100,000; Insurance Variety Store will be open at all hours to ter, Ky. tl.0SJ,R9.ll. KUHT. KINNAIR,AL, water facilities were mesger. give everybody an opportunity to select Lancatr.Kntneky. nitum. The average republican legis- $12,000. The The examining trial of Cat and Owen The Italian beauty who murdered her goods and prepare for a merry, merry East for killing Wm.Cszy is set for the lator is neyer so happy as when conlorer in the Palmer House, Chicago, ha cocting schemes to deplete our rather been sentenced to one year in the peniten Christmas. There you can get stacka of 26th inst., before Judge Walker. The de fendants gave themselves up to Constable Embracing everthing from the Handsomest Present to the Cheapest STaaroao 8Taair flash Treasury, but gives no thought tiary. The killing created a great sensa- oranges, lemons, bananas, raisins, dates, Barjow last Fridar, and were placed under figs, all kinds of nuts, plain and fancy Toy. They have been selected with the greatest to extinguishing the national debt and tion a Styles was a prominent stock opera cakes and candies, fresh fiah and oysters, guard until day set for trial, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY care and will be sold at the reducing taxation. A reform in these tor. The woman tried the insanity dodge canned goods, Jellies, preserves, pickles, fire The examining trial of Harrison matters is demanded, and we believe with pretty good success, else the verdict works, albums, dolls, musical Brown, col'd., for shooting Umber, col'd., JOHN T. HIGGINS, PROPRIETOR. death. Is set fol Friday. The impression seem that the next House, which is demo- would have been Ortb, of Iodiana, is dead instruments, Ac. Ac. Godioie 8. Mr. J. L. Joplin give notice that he to b that the (booting wa not accidental, cratic, will meet that demand. A FIRST -- CLASS HOTEL Frank Donahue while drunk froie to will apply to the County Court at Ita regu- a reported in our last, but intentional, WCall at once and get first choice." The Court of Ap- lar term ia this month for license to keep Brown having previously threatened the In Trjr particular, Th pstronaf a ol th pu kite says that it death at Mt. Sterling The Courier-Journ- al peals has confirmed the decision sentencing hotel and sell spirltuou sollclltd, snd satlifacUoa gusrinttod. will maintain the strictest neutrality liquor, The lo- life of Umber. George Alsop to life imprisonment for the cal prohibition law of this county something new in hocks, lou can ir con' between Carlisle And Blackburn for murder of a constable in Jefferson county stantly violated by. parties all over the tell time at night without a light, Face is but it don't take the Speakership, The P. 0. Department ha put some county. In the opinion ot seyeral good Largest slock of Bronx much of an expert to read between the 240 Southern Matrimonial and Natal lawyer the law 1 unconstitutional and In- and French Gold Clock with globe, for on the Black List. lines that, since the latter declared for operative. Mr. Joplin will probably carry, parlor use; nlc for Christmas and HolI- his amplication to the Circuit Court and, if day presents. Palace Jewelry Store. J. a tariff for revenue only, he is its MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. " necssary, to the Court of Appeals. 0. Thompson's, Lancaster, Ky. choiee. The Louisville Commercial, Sam. M. Burdett. Editor. Tbe Louisville drummers mentioned Bits. Mr. J. L. Whitehead proposes is also for Blackburn, a decidedrep., A nice line of stationary at J. L. White- to illuminate hi store room with Chinese in your tut as having been fined for runly bad sign. A large majority of the head's. jdssssW jb. say that a livery man la night lanterns Christina The poor ning a st other Kentucky papers are for Car Christmas and New Year card at J. teacher, to say nothing of the pupils, sre Danville agreed to put them la Lancaster lisle. The Covington CommonioeaWi, L. Whitehead'. having a hard time of it this weather. for a stated sum, he paying tolls, Ac. The for its neighbor, reFrom the present outlook, the Holiday Tbey are looking anxiously for "Isst dsy" driver ran the gate and they had 'nothing which is red-h- ot This weather to do with It, but compromised rather than of school ip roll 'round marks: "If cheek and bluster decide will be rather drill. The biggest stock of Holiday Goods in will seriously Imped progress in the work be anneyed by delay, the contest, Blackburn will win." On Saturday, at a ca'led meeting of on the K. O. The "entry" has been driven Mt. Vernon at J. L. Whitehead' Henry Stanton has been using All the poets, the best novels and the in most of tbe tunnel however, and In the Board of Directors of the National our gubernatorial picture in the Yeo- best stock of holiday book at J. L. White-head- '. the the operatives can work, no matter Bank at this place, Mr. W. A, Burnslde, for the firm of George The lawyer now what kind of weather it Is man to represent a clothing man. This STILI IN THE LEAD, AND NEEDS NO COMMENTS. in You can buy Webster's Unabridged say that litigation 1 now about a dull as Denny & Co. was elected is an indignity that we do not propose Dictionary from J. L. Whittbead at prices it ha ever been within the memory of the the place of J. P. Sandlfer, resigned. Mr Only ask'your neighbor as to its excellent qualities. I also introduce the candidates shall submit to, and we Sandifer's resignation will take effect th oldest inhabitant, ranging from $10 to $25. to you THE RIGHT SPEEDY Corn Shellcr, and give you seven hereby warn him that an infringe About People. Miss Helen Conn, of 1st of January next. He I to be Cashier Mt. Vernon now ha ten lawyer and reasons why you should use it : 1st. cheap and effective. 2d. ment of our rights and patents shall only on doctor. Luckily, however, our Pine Hill, was visiting lisre lait Saturday. of th new National Bank. XK UPRISE OR00ERY, It is fully warranted against breaking or getting out of order, by any The result of the examining trial of Mr. J D. Chandler Is in Nashville in the be tested in the courts of the land. We Ingle M, D. is a good ooe. Toys, dolls, candies, raisins, nuts, or- Interest ot the Laurel. Coal Asioolation. C. W. Sweeney and other a given In our fair usage. 3d. It takes less power for the same amount of shelling shall see whether this country is so free that aijy man is free to use the anges, lemons, fireworks and Chinese lan- Mr. Bennett II. Joplin, who has been sell special in th last issue, wa a surprise to t,han any other machine. 4th. The corn is not injured for planting, ing tbe "OoIdn Gems of Life" In Hart, very democrat here. Every on thought coming governor's likeness to repre terns for sil by J. L. Whitehead. and f ground, there is no cob in meal. 5th. Time and space is J L Whitehead desire to call atten- Monroe and Adair counties, returned home that some of them at least, would b dis sent a pieman, xi iuu cuuri uu uui s charged, a there wa no proof, excepting 6th. It will shell green corn before any other ' shellcr will. saved. belt) us, then we shall call upon the tion to his large and elegant stock of Jewel last Saturday, He reports splendid "Daughters. Wives and Mothers" of ry. He ha the best selected, best assarted and seem to be in love with th busi tbe testimony of Farrls, sgatnst tsm, WdoUmU snd Rtall Ia 7th. It is a pleasure to "the old man" and a delight to the boy to ' ness. Mr. it. U. waru.ol xavingtion, was whll there was any amount of positive and beat line of jewelry In town, the Jstsd to resent the insult. work it. This Shellcr can be fastened to the side of a bo.x or barrel From frett- her last Sunday was a sweet-neHe ioteada going to Lou- testimony to the effect that they neither by Staple aid Faney Sroesrlss, Qqssi-war- e, by a wedge or screw. Price, $5. I fully warrant it against breaking Auditor Hewitt says that Regis- ing dawn till froxsn eve, "the beautiful" isville soon to accept a position a book- word or deed attempted to control tbe vol Slassware, Oaaiisi, ter of the Land Office Sheldon was tumbled down beautifully. It Is evident keeper. 111 an industrious, competent of Farri by Intimidation. The right to or wearing out (if kept oiled and fairly used) for five years, and if said not later is his report than has ken that In such weather "the has young man and here' success to hist. Dr. criticise th acts of official is given to eve Frttlti.Cigari and Shf Her breaks or in any becomes impaired or gets put of order, (hav-i- n bis greatly increased customary, but J. J. Brown, who I now located at Bois d' ry one in the country, and Commissioner hung up bis fiddle." Tebaoeo. work would hare excused uim bad be 1 had fair usage) I will furnish said parts new and without charge to Ice was 2 Inches thick Sunday morn- Aro, Mo., U said to b greatly plesed.wUh Herndon must expect his action In this been ub usually late. Just as soon as QKOCEur-- A WKLLLIOHT- - the owner of the Shelter. . Stop and see one in use. Very respect., ing. The wind was In the South and Mr, the place. He will return shortly to move case to be severely criticised when it i re- A miT-CLAS- S sd, roomy bouts. Etsrjthlnf ssst u it was called fur be made his report fearing tint It might be the hi family there. Mr. K. L. Brook will membered that tbe expenses Incident to a in- J. L. Joplin a pin snd prlcss lower thsn and paid over his full amount of . for once he begin business as book agent the first of the trip to and from a Federal Court sre very svrr. debtedness to the State. Capt. Shel- last chance, determined that would Indulge lu "rjabualh breaking." Ac year, lie will canvas laurel county lor great, and the gentlemen held to appear In is an honest man, and we do not to Bee Ttsm m thu A'ete XUII don T. M. JOHNSTOK, "Golden Gems." Hi friends her said Court are In moderate circumstances; Uan't work and filled bis th Salesmen. Mloek. believe be would do an intentional cording! he went to D. II. Skinner, this, however, would be no reason for ai- wish him great success. Tbk Harrodsbwg Enftrpriu has found out to its sorrow that tho Men del'soda Piano Co. are miserable swin so?.a.:n,:e,o:r:d, ibcst. dlers, and asks its exchanges to pass thera around. The best time- to pass Tuesday MoralBg, Decent 19, 1882 such concerns is when they send their low offers for advertising EDITOR insultingly W. P. WALTON, space, payable in imaginary pianos at fabulous prices. We always do. - lj 1 j- - DOUBLE NUMBER. 3VC- Xliifiitoiiville, Keeps always in Stock the Cheapest and Best JAff6 , cook:, lt n Fancy Groceries, Hardware, Glassware, uoonsTraro, Moat, Lard and Every Other It - Article usually kept at a Grocery Store. CHRISTMAS GOODS! e SANTA CLAUS ZE3I.A.S Garrard County ItOllT. Editor. ABRIYBD. THE PEACOCK. D work-hous- li IT - d d Largest and Best Selected Line vosee-a-we- CHRISTMAS GOODS HUSTOWVILLE, - KY, Dead-woo- rock-botto- D. S. JONES DENTIHT. IM-t- & SONS, " McKiiiiiey, Xy. In addition to our Full Stock of Dry Goods, Notions, satin-l- ined cart-loa- d MANUFACTURERS' mis-tak- Clothing, Groceries, Hardware, Chinaware, Glass ware, &c.,&c.,we are opening a full line IW-l- HIGGXNS HOUSE! CHRISTMAS GOODS scrap-book- Ixowesi Possible Prices ! r. (S. JOIVEUS Sc SOIVS. . New House! THE OLI" VER SasssW toll-gal- NEW G00B8 GEO. D. BsaMat !(oM0aHsHHMtoysf book-keep- book-keep- BURDETT & CO. Itis LJLIVGASTER. Dlt. sue-ce- wk. bull-fro- g y?v. 11. HrGGiNS. :'' r. The young woman, who, al Lebanon, decided al the eleventh hour which of two I.. " lover the would marry', and who took CiinixivUt presents In the dry good one and afterward eloped with the other, line can le had at J. W, Hayden', Mew Albany andshe and her Tuesday Morning, Deeeabw 19, 1882 Look NlC-HKIsm and get be nl gwllt lover pot in Jill for fornication. calicoes at 4, fi and 0 ct. per yard. Poor thing, the wanted to cheer both of her fool trouble LAN. 10CAL TIME CARD. Fnmt retains, entrant, citron and other Thereadmirer aand goL, herself Inbeing too I auch thing ii a woman ritMKitr train North.., I MS. u, fancy groceries for Chrlitmss cake at A. good ftatured; ' (Moth. " Owsley's. Bonnet Oiroiiam at per yard. Kls' for 81 cl. si ky. warrrte!n joir.n care against Ilobert Collier for obtaining good nnder false pretenses waa wiIlur Paint of Penny A McAlIster. lltir yoursmmiinlllon of til kind from lled by bl paying for the good. Moltoberla A Hutg, Imitation I the wlest (littery. The New Mock of Jewelry and 8lltr-a- re at Danville Advocate hi a "Oarrird DepartPenny A McAtlster'a. Watchbh, Clocka (ml Jewelry repaired ment" beginning- with It i ,.m and warranted by Penny A McAlIster, I have four or fire good building lot In recelr-e- d Fall lot of Zelgler'a Hhoet Just Blsnforil for rale, elegantly looted and two and form! at J. II AH. U. Hhanki. Bright. In Standard Hheet Music, Vocil and In- of them the nicest town. John strumental, fur 10 cent at Penny A McAI fined Hqnlre Hlggln, Crrv Joixir Hill liter'. negro, for beating hi aweetheart $5, and La Rue stock of Window Glass, all atiea Cato Wither $10 for Breach of the Peace I'enny for flower LOCAL NOTICES. Tub tlliue. Double thick glass pits. A McAlIster. Jurr recelred a now lotof clotWfor ladle and children and a fine lot of Dolman. J. II. AH. II. flltANK. PERSONAL Mr. B. M. Canon, of LouIitIIU, arrlr-e- Jurr received a new line of China, Alia and Qneensware, Including aome handsome MaAlUler Tej, Chamber and water-tele- . A Bright'.. d The Great American tovtr lit, Hon, Tliomn C. Ball, who wrote a book telling of hi wonderful fover to Texas, haa gone on hi list (over alone. There are two of him now and together they will make the (over, of life, unter death or the divorce courli render them asunder, On Friday laat, a rathir unlucky day according to the tupertlltlou. he waa united In tntrrlige to Miss Georgia Ann Jenningi by the Iter. J. M. Hrnce, and after a itnptr (o the Junction they Killed down to buiines in the "Union 8tore" where "a little of every thin." Is kept. He say li la wife la a pretty a a blue bird and he wouldn't take $50,000 In gold for her. DEATHS. Ciienault, Beverakcr A Co, not wiihlng to carry over tbeir clothing and yesterday. boot to next teaion, offer their entire Mr. J. II. WATtoff, of Walton, U on a itock of those goods tt cost. Crab Orchard. visit to hi father at We will begin to mike Chriitmi flour Mr John Buluo, Masonry Contract and will par pcclal attention to ti or of the K, C It. K. u here yesterday. Mr. Dakicl Staoo and family taored cuitnm work. Our improvement are now complete Mc Mister A flallee. to their new home In Stanford, yeilerdiy. Ml Salue Qreiu) ba retunred The meuiiy jingle of the elelgh-belfrom a pleasant tI.Ii to Mr. T. T. and the crying of the wheel of the at Manchester. wree heard in the air yeelerdsy. The Mint HetTI I'AXTON will fill Mies ice gathered I over three inche thick. Mary Myera' ptaee M teacher at the College during her absence. Jerry Ilea lira, the negro of whoe of letter told laat Fri Da. M. 1'xiLtn, contractor on the K fense our Iluston-lll- e C, Mr. 8. Nelld, of the AlUmont Coal day, waa given CO day In ail and a fine Co, aad Mr. 8. E. Bo-- en are In town. of He now languishes in the lock up Mr Locta II Ramsky ha irtmed bl ' Am exchange tay that in a majority of baby Kddl Walton, In hoaorof oar youngcases young women wear bang to hide the er brother. It li a big compliment to a nglv wart on their forehead. We do not believe the number I that large, for of all Mim Lacra Eholeman ba returned the girl In Stanford, bat two wear them long tl!t to Franklin and Lo6l from to hide auch deformities. tllle, and I now confined to tier bed with II something Use ferer. Mr. M. A. Dawsox, who ia now over and len, ha been a lubacrlber Mim Pattie McCormack, our pretty thrre-tcorMcCormack' Church correspondent, with to the ... York Itigtr for over 40 year. her aliter, Miss Utile, made u a Try She (till read ita entertaining love atoriee welcome call Saturday. with apparently at much Interest aa when Memra. J.8. IIockkr, Joe 8. Grime her own life wa filled with romance. y and J. W. Hayden go to Loulsellle Don't Fail to vlilt the Grand Empotfj to attend an entertainment glren by Miwee um ofMcItoberta A Stagg for Holldiy Mary and Marie Ilurnett to MIh Moflett, good before purchasing elsewhere. Will of Illlnol. of allverware and jewelry Ml Mart Mtem, Miss Pauline have large ttockto arrive in a few day, and for the Holiday ariasea aHd Ml Fannie Held, leave for for beauty and elegance can not be Coero, Texas, today, to vlut MIm Lou Lane, who ti well remembered here for ber Tlioae who know any thing about the bssaiy and sprlghllines. biulno will agree with ut that thla It a LOCAL MATTERS. pretty good alied theet for ourutual office . force, four compniton, to gel out in three (Join lb 'Twin Froote." ; dav. It took work early and late, but Plaid Cono!fiat8 eta. per yard at they we e equal to the emergency, and we are out a uual on time. Kl"' W. WILL Issue Friday and during the This has Indeed been a year Of death In ChTietnsa, of course. tbi community; more Laving occurred Warm.-G- oio and buy than in any previom year, not excepting Bijew ' thooe In which epedemlca have apptarred. bla'fctfee.U Comfort. Typhoid fever and pneumonia have done D. Klaes keeps COTTOH AndTickixo the greatest work and their ravage hav cheaper than any been principally among the younger folk. article both the boJy. CiiRitTMA turkey, cranberriet, mince A UTTLC CHILD of Mr. Oeorge Moore died a few daya go from the effects of a meat, krout. butter, egg, oyater. cracker, raliln, currant, dale, fig, nut of all burn. kind', orange, lemon, bamna, applet, A Larue variety of cool stoeee, heating picklet, jtllle, candle of every descripand grate Jut received by A. Owe lovr tion, a nice' line of China, glata and Majoliley. Low pricei. ca ChrMnia warea and a big ttock of all Lower than Ever To reduce atoca I klndi of cinned goodt at Bruce, 'Warren A will ll at reduced rate for cath till lit C.l. ik.l'T.lnPml," t Mr. J. M. Hendricks, keeper of the Buffalo Cemetery Inform ut that he ha burled this) yeir 18 adults and fire children. Laat year the cumber wa together 22. Mr. Peggy McPlierton, relict of the dr m li Oar-rar- a lite Waller McPhereon, died on Friday, of a general giving away of the vital forces, aged 85 years. Her mind wat also affected and for week she at In bed and worked now at one imaginary knitting, then at sewing and the other duties of her former life. Thla the kept tip night and day and when her tired hand at last retted tn death, the ikin bad worn from them to the bone. She waa a Mil Dudderar and all her life wa highly respected and loved by her associate 123, 125 RELIGIOUS, Dr. J. W. Cox will preich here on the filb Sunday, Ilv. J. M. Bruce cut the ice Sunday which hi widow and children wilt receive about $2,009. The hog have about til been shipped from thi county The Silver Creek DIi tiller Co. hai fixed the price of corn at $2 delivered. Mr. Jo. H. Kennedy ha received two of coal from the Peacock Mine In Laurel, He I aiming to establish a coal supply depot In this village. Mr. Joslah P, Simmons, Jr., who ha been largely engaged In shipping hog to Louisville for several weeks, I again at home. He and hi partner, W, T. Tevls, of Richmond, have marketed about $50,-00- 0 woi th of swine this reason. The tobacco grower of this and Garrard conn-tie- s have commenced shipping their crops to Loultvllle. We noticed quite number of hogihead pat through thi place this week, beside a good deal in the hand going to Lancaster, There will be quite an exodus from our village during the Christmas holiday. Prof. Kenfro goes to visit hla relative near Glasgow Junction. Johnny Green wll pend the holiday at hla home In Stanlord Bowen and Anderson Jones, at Eaat Hickman in Jesiamtne. Sam Wilhlte goe to Monllcello. In short, all the boy from a distance, now attending Elliott Institute, ill visit their home Chriitmaa week. Mia Willie Btrbee, our charming brunette music teacher, will enliven the Queen City soctety during the holiday vacation. Mr Rosa Jones will visit relatives In Owens-bor- o next week. Missea Jennie and Josie Kennedy have both been under medical treatment within the past few day. Mis Ida Willi ia still confined to ber room, but Is slowly convalescing. Mr. Beth Pari has had a severe attack of aathma, but is able to attend to business (gain. car-lo- ad OBITUm. Mr. Margaret McPherson wa born June 20th, 170!), wa married to William McPherson, May 1829, and died Dec. 15, 1882. She hid lived In the tame home for CO year. Bhe joined the Christian Church In 1843, and during her long life was always a consistent and earnest chr!tin There waa no children a a result of their marriage; to she waa more able to perform what was her chief delight, ministering to the wanlaofthe sick and aflllcted. She wa In fact a friend to the poor and no one wa allowed to leave her honat without a substantial evidence of the tame. BucHtn'i Arnica Salre. Th bfit salts In th world for Cuts, tlrnltei, Boies, Ulcers, Bill Rheum, Fever Sons, Tetter, Chipped IUn.li, Chilblains, Corni, snd sit Skin Eruption,, sod positively cures piles. It li guaranteed to lft entlrt iittificllon or money refunded. Trie U cents per bos. For ills by Penny A MeAlliUr r M'ROBERTo&STAGG Holiday Goods, Holiday Christmas Gifts for Old & Young, Beautiful Line of Silverware, Jewelry, Watches and Clocks, Fine Toilet Sets and Flower Vases. Our Holiday Books were never Prettier or more Choice; Box Paper, Writing- Paper, Writing - trtt of Charge. All persons luBerlog from Coughs, Coldi, Ailh-m- i, Bronehllli,IiOM of Voice, or sny affection of Tsnoy A Me A litter's Drug mors and gilaTrlil Bottlft of Klngi Ntv DlKorerr for Comomptlon, there of III fres of ehirge, which wilt confine wonderful merits and show whit regnlir dollsr-i- tt botlli will do. Call ssrly. HRTT tbsThrost sndLungi, srs requeued to call it ADTERTIXEanTK, Notico to Stockholders ! Not In Is hereby ilrsn thst a meltlnf ol stockholders of tht Ksrmers Mstlonsl Bank of Stanford will t held st tht oart of said bank on Tke 2d Tnciiday 1hJrh.,18S. For tht imrposs of electing insenioiogjeir. lM-t- d t Doint of Dlrerlors for J.H.OWHI.EV. Caibler. Desks and Fancy Ink. A large stock of Fine Fancy Candies, Toys and Fire works of every description. TO THE JUSTICES. On petition of minx iltlteoi, t hereby itqueit ths Justices of the county to meat mi st 1 r. -- . "PRAISE THE LORD." St- - New I William -- e to-d- d. - afternoon and during a blinding mow torm put 13 pel son in the freezing liquid. Look out for more case of pneumonia. Owing to the rust in the pipee of the furnace under the Christian Church, no team could be gotten up Sunday and when the congregation began to gather It wa aa cold a a barn. Seeing this predicament, the Bsptlil Kindly gave them the use of their houie, o Dr. Cox held forth there both at the morning and evening aervice. The meeting at the Presbyterian Church la progressing favorably. Dr. Evan present! the word of God in a mott etrneit manner and hat succeeded in winning the following souls to Him: Mr. Wm. Burton, Mn. George Moore, Miisea Annie Wrav, Itosa Wilson, Annie Dunn, Foxie Pennington, Marie Warren and Jennie Warren. Six who confessed at the Bap. list Church have joined during the meeting. UNO. STOCK First-clasa AND CROP. t ': Utley hay pre for ale, Is now receiving a new, large and John Bright, Stanford. B F. Coomer told to Ware A Robinson splendid stock of goods of every a 10601b. cow at 3 cents. variety. Here are some speciaThe Grange ia not dead yet in Pennlties: Boys Clothing for any 0 sylvania. The Secretary report over sized child: Ladies' Cloaks of de member. fiant nattern: Boots and shoes at John Wright sold to Wakefield A Far-rreduced prices; a good whole 15 scrub tteert, 8S3 pound leather Boot at $2; Prints, from weight, at 4 cents. per yard; Overcoats, to Madison county baa shipped 10,000 nice line, all wool, low prices; the hoga to market thla season, which brought Tnon Sheeting at 7j6c per yard; sum of $150,000. her Hats and Caps, Ladies Hats; Cof Cjl. R Q. Bibb bought of J. B. Owsper pound; fee from 8J$c to ley r pair of mule for $275, one of Reu Toys, Dolls, Fireworks, Candies, ben William for $125 and 10 hog. of Mr. Nuts and a general variety of Xmas Jones at 0 cent. ,: Goods. In short, you can get any The farm of the late J. G. Owaley, In January. W.T.Oreen. Tub fellow who awore that he wa Boyle, 2 mllea from Danville, told yeater- thing you want and at prices astonGood BuInea lloue for rent from Jan. worth over $1,600 and wa taken aa bail terday al $40 per acre, and 10 haree of ishingly low. The public are inKow occupied by W. T. Green. for the thief William, who burglarized Central National Bank stock of Danville 1,188.1 vited to call. Apply to M. D Elmore, Stanford, Ky. Blake' jewelry atore In Danville, Laa been sold at $183 per share. Come early and mske your telectlon arretted for perjury, a he bad no property LINCOLN COtWjr. therefore forfeited bond I from our large dock of cheap Toya before at all. The worthies and by an apparent conniving of Ntar McCormack' Church. ther have been nicked over. McAlUter & the Cincinnati authorities, William I free James Carter, Jr., and Mr. Walker Bright. to prosecute hi buiinqs till caught again. Routt are both quite lick with pneumonia. ' a Urge ttock of French Jt'HT received -Our visit tn the printing office on SatDlaLia IX- Di'cked Tim Buchanan a colored man urday wa very much enjoyed, thank to and tlck candle, foreign and domrtllc frulta and nut, for the Holidaya at McAI was taken from hi house at Crab Orchard, the editor and . and and laat Saturday night when the Mercury wat liter A BrlghtV Our thank are due Arthur C. Hill for and ducked in the To reduce my ttock of Dry Good, Ac , to near the bottom, GOD IS LOVE AMD NOTUINl ELSE, the nice "goodies" he brought us of hit pond several time. They then Itt birth-da- y lb unrest; I ofler ipecial inducement in pricea for the Spring dinner. That boy will be Presi- Thi on J reaiedr for(or Itsworld's "iiiu." tht only sntMol tftry loose and when be got back to town UEO.O. HAKKEi, next week or two. Call and tee how low htm dent yet. Mountain ETioitllit," hi clothing wa froten fast Trom one end goodtcan bt told. J. W. Hiydin. sod Aik Mr. A. G. Coffey about hla "(mash Dsugbur, Mule to the other. It ! tttd that the ducking ed" band und theit run. Ml LIuie E. A Co st Messrs Ciienault, Severance by tome negroe to whom he had wa done Clarendon Hill, tdvertlna In thla lrue that In order to cloee promised to give a dance but afterward Carter, of Richmond College, will spend Itth Burst, Mir 4th Annus, Mil-'lineryLi- ne. the holidaya with her parent. Evtrr Efenlng during tbi wk, at T.SO out their stock they will tell at and belo refuted. o'clock. AIM UUNIMY MOIUHMU Mr. Weed Smith waa married to MIh Bsnics, 10.3O o'clock. coit till further notice Uow for bargatn. 0ARRUOES. Bettle M. Peyton on the 14th. Only the A soon aa the way ia clear we expect to working for The cltliene of Boyle are Mr James F. Huldam will lead to the relatlvra and a ftw Intimate frtendt were begin afternoon terriers. We trust thr the termlnu of the road to Naihvllla and altar at Crab Orchard Mis Bettte, present. We with them a safe voyage over LORD ha "much people in thla city" foe held a big meeting Paturd.y. Our county the nrettr and accomplished daughter of the turbulent tlream of matrimony. A us to teach with LOVE'S gospel. Pray for Geo. O. Barnes. us. Ever in Jcsti. will hardly let ber gt ahead of them, we Dr. W. M. Doorea. handtbuiaTiirneravllle belle la to be marhope. (The aboee letter, to.ellier with the cir Presents the compliments of the License were Isiued yesterday to Mr ried shortly. referred to, came on a late mall yes Psaaoica Intending to raaik at the Skat- Jane R. Wllmot to marry Miss Llliie, The school of your correspondent, at cular evening, ana owing to season to his patrons and the terday the lecgln 01 ing Carnival next Friday night are request- daughter of Mr, B. F Eubakito-day- ; to Cofley't, closed on the 15lb after a pleaaant the latter, we are unable to fiat It in thla public, and begs leave to a deed o furntih the manager with their name Wm. Issue. It sets forth that hereafter Mr. Newell and Ml Nellie Ann Redd and, we hope, profitable session. inform them that he Ad minion to all, avi a toon a pomlbl. and to Mr. Charles O, Br-ns- tt sire to return our thanka to Mr. A. G. Cof Birnea and Miss Marie will work Independalso for has just replenently of all church orgacliatiooa and the matker, S5 rent. and Mis Rachel Lucinda Hlcka for fey and wife, who were ao kind tout during ished his People will go to halls tod other , . the list, the term. They and their aweet daughter, public placet who will not go to churches, stock, A cold wave vwrpt thle tection again Dr Joseph Brrant, .whose wife got Mary, will ever be remembered with kind-n- and to reach the masses he will use these and can fill Friday and Saturday, caualng the murcury In the future. They however cost money dlrorce from him at Lexington Irsa than and gratitude. an order for any to monkey around "Cairo" and ending in and ao doea the proper advertising, and to ten days ago, eloped to Cincinnati with the Died, on th morning of the 16th, al enable him to do this he calls on his friends thing in his line from the htavl'it fall of tnnw thl teaaon on pretty young widow Brown and wrr mar the borne of hi ilsier, Mr. Mike Cloyd, and others forwmoney, money." He would Suaday. It sow cover the ground to the a buggy whip to a 575 sadrled after much difficulty. All the Lex- Preston Cash, aged nearly 17 year. A kind, like to have $10,000 at once. There are dle. He also Repairs Harness depth of eeveral Inche who owe all the hope of heaven ington preacher refused tn perform the loving brother; true, xealou, devoted many here they have to those two good people and And prepared to make Boots, Shoes FimeDeek Mer. O. II McKInney rerlmony owing to the recenlneu of the Christian haa gone to his reward. It I they are able to contribute liberally. W1J1 ar.d Wliltlev divorce. srTo order, tn sbort nolle. with sincere grief that we give hlta up; and J B. 0 en returned from they do ut ii.) Fewer marriages hav occurred thla our deepest sympathy la with hi devoted veaterday with a fine buck,hich nettnl 110 vear than fork number of vesra, notwith- sitters, who in less thin one year have bad iffi. Jim did the execution but the had the ague when he same in range. standing tt haa been one of plenty and tine of their number removed by the icy They taw quite a number during their prosperity. The record ahowt that 03 band of death. It seeuii hard, yet God since this know best; bunt, but did not get In .hooting diitince. while CDUlilft have been united dty one year ago and 37 colored couplet MADISON COUNTf. Fuulture Store ii the During 1881 there were 80 license. Isiued 'B. K. Airktrillt. to bo foi Chriitmaa present. He Ii to white and 70 to blacka. nlaca Some of our neighbor bare availed recelvln. a full line of fanoy cibinet ware, at Franl In. Tcnn., on Hie Marred. uch a wall Docket, comb cut; velvet 14tb, by Rev. Lanilng Burrow, of Lexlng themselves of the opportunity afforded by hat rack, itand ton, Ky., Richmond Rochester, of BIr the recent cold weather to secure a supply frame and moulding, table, Ao. AIo a big lot of wagon, mlncham. Ala . late of Stanford, to Miss of Ice, under the SuperThe Sunday-Schoand wheelbarrow for the little Minnie Devereaux Bond, of the first men B. Willi, assiited by folk. tloned place, (native of Mlulasippl.) A intendence of Eld. D. cerpa of teacher, i in a very IIaviko bought out theharneM and tad beautiful wedding and Impressive ceremo- an efficient flourishing condition. It is regarded aa on dUry buIoe of 'Squire W. tt. Carion, I ny, all the marriageable young people dehop at my ata. claring they were quite In the humor of of the best utaniged and attended initlluwill 0en out a tlooi of tb kind in the State. beblet, where alt kind of repairing HI he having the taue repeated In their own Messrs. Jame M. Smith and Thoma y half. The bride wore a lovely brocade done at the loweat rate. Prof. 8. M and will cream tatln, en train, lace flounces, natural Fiunill and Dr. II. K. Mtddlelon have been will he In charge of the ahop appointed appraiser of th estite of Dr M. be glad to tee hi friend both at to harner flowers and waa lovely. Groom wa attircoat FarrU, deed. Dr. F. held a policy In th A. T. ed In conventional black, "spade-tal- l" and the veterinary buiintn. Masonic Mutual Llf Insurance Co., upon Birmingham, Ala., Dec. 17. Kl' 20,-00- lt '. Dtaflnltrlon We faced our first New York audience to th night In Clarendon Hall 13th Ave. There were about 75 to 100 penon present, who listened with close attention. We are quite encourtged to go on. "First the blade, then the ear, then the loll corn in the ear." We came to the city quite unheralded. Laat Surday night I preached for Bro. A. B. Simpson, formerly of Louisville, and thla meeting at Clarendon Hall grew out of that sermon. Several wished to hear more, and the way opened. The Hall holds about 800 and is a neat, cheery place, welL lighted and warmed. Report er from the Sun and World were present, but of course we can not tell yet what notice, if any, the paper will take of us. Georgia made her dtbul aa one of the greatly to our joy and her troupe own, after ahe found how easy it wa to aerve the LORD. She sings a very nice alto to Marie' soprano, all by ear of course, aa neither of the dear children know a note. She promise to be quite an acquisition. She haa been consecrated to this service for quite a while, but sang in public for the first time It is a little odd, that with her great timidity, ahe should begin on a New York audience, but the LORD givea needed grace always. You can not imagine how glad we are to get to preaching and singing tgain. Juit think of 0 day without it, except the one service Sunday night. It seems a little age of inactivity. And yet we have been very busy. The enclosed Circular, with the correspondence involved in getting every thing off in due time, the printing, the picture pasting on mementos, and ao on and so forth, ate up the time ao rapidly that we found very little time for any thing else besides tbla particular buainesa. May the LORD send blessing with it all. It ia a "labor of lore." All well and happy in the LORD; trusting for daily bread and getting it of course. How could it be otherwise with our Fa ther, knowing our want. At present we are in the 4th story of a tenement house of the better clan, allln the same room,warra-e- d with a grate and lighted with gas. We get our coal In by the bag and keep it in a box in the closet. We take our meals ata bouse across the street. We are almost jol lv in thus getting back to our "hlgglety plgglety,' free and easy life that we were to familiar with when in the mountains. The name of "Mountain Evangelist" la the proudest title I can wear, and it la the one the papers uniformly give me. I shall carry It gladly through life. Here is our band-bilht. l: York City, December loth. 1882. HEADQUARTERS ol a MONDAY, JANUARY I, 1883, Countr Court dsy, to consider tht question of asking sn spproprlstlin for ths purchtse ol Hlghtor Way ana Depot Ground for the Propowtil Ilntlroail from Stanlord to Nlcholaitllle. A prompt and full attendance li 1 eel red. K. W. BROWN, 105- -t County.Judge of Lincoln To be built M'ALISTER Sale of Personalty. -- Having sold mj firm, I will offer for isle on ths samt premliea,on tht plkt between Huttontlllo tod McKInney, flL3Nr3- OS TUESDAY. DEO. 20, 18S2, t Three Tin follovlng persons! property Includingfood work colts and i uUa. Mverat head of Horses. work antmali. Cows and Calrei. a number of 8hoata, a lot of Coin, Wheat, Hay and rodder, rsrmlnf impiemenii, Kiunen mrmiure ana a part of my House Furniture. I will slso wits number of 8hsrrs ol Turnpike Stock, s lot of Csna-r- y Birds, ood ilncen and a linrs assortment of Flowers. BRIGHT S in- For Cheap TOYS of all kinds, cluding Velocipedes, RockCHRISTMAS! ing Horses, Express VAILEY II. T. Bcsil, Auctioneer- Termtalfenondsyof aala. DK CMPTON rOWI.EK. - tW-- 2t AT PLEASANT 3s&. jfoooz: ! Wagons, &c. A Large Stock of Confectioneries, Foreign and Domestic Fruits and Nuts. 4ic 6jc I2c GREAT CLOSING OUT itlf PETER HON, GHENAULT I Saddles, Saddlery, HARNESS! SEVERANCES!) Everything kept in the Horse to-d- ay STANFORD, KY., Stanford, Ky. Desire to close out their entire stock of goods T a And propose to do so AT COST and in many cases less than cost. We have 815,000 worth of new and desirable Fall and Winter Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, llats, Cups. &c, to soil in this way. Re- Cap-tai- n 1111 1KHW11 prices at ol, flnt-ela- Kig-ne- Buckwheat Flour, New Process Flour, Meal, Oat Meal, Tapioca, Maccaroni and all kinds of Canned Fruits, at low TO. Nice lot of Candies, Nuts, Raisins, Currants, Prunes, Figs, Dates, Oranges, Lemons,Mince Meat, Hominy, Rice, member This is not the of a stock of goods that we arc closing out, but the Largest and most desirable stock of goods in Stanford. Purchasers will effect a large saving on everything they buy. We will make no new accounts, except to our regular customer, yhot tail-end T. GREEN'S. will pay promptly the 1st of January, or when callcdnupon. , December 19, i382. It U n 4 lit. Miinday Hrhonl As we sat there sipping our coffee, at first, thea deeper aad deeper, until h. Ant TBI GERMAN IN VIG0RAT0R! ThiirMty 0 a Morrlwn. (uprrlnl.li. lentt Th a.Wo. RT II two women sat down at the next ta tho Incipient crow's feet are indicated, men'iMlnlontry (toclelr on Whl th poiltltrly and permanently rum MI. Sunday In each month, at meett her Mr. thT. Itl S o'clock. T. & MISSISSIPPI R. W. fHirv, (raueedby tireel any kind,) Mritif Datlet. I'retldent ble, with their backs toward us, thlt developed, revealed, The woman who, tml tV.MfcMaa. enda elldlfrM.e energy,follow Iota of equeaetof M. Ilacca. Ialor. Bertlce "I am very tired; are not you, Mrs. looking in her glass, perceives these memory, ualTtrtal ltnllude, pain In in hark, ' TJArTiaf-Ri- tT ana J rourtti rienuayt, mtrnlng and U onMerond diraneet oiTition, prrmaiureniu ear, en a pre. nlxht. I'rtrrr Meeting ererr Uedneedtr after Ilusteli?'' And the other aaswered : fatal lines diverging from the outer a DAILY TRAINS to rontumntlon tnd 3 oilier dltettet that letd anon, Sunday School at A, at. H. K. Barrow miurograt. aruend for tlrraltr Hh TO "Yes, I am tired. I don't think corner of her eyes, knows that she baa by It IM'ltiOHA br all Superintendent Louisville to Cincinnati! It told tfre per mill orTh Inxeeby lormill,l, tecurely HHIHTIANf WThlpbytK(irriTireftlnn t box, it II that it is worth while to come all the reached aa era in her life. She recogery Lord'a day. Preaching by Hr J W. Cox drufclili, or will m tent free TUB E18T AND NORTH. wealed, on receipt if price, by ldrelng on lint and Third Lord' dtyt Sunday School way from Glasgow sight seeing." nizes it with a sigh, if she be a vain, V. J. rilKNKT. (I til Jot, Hotrraoce, XuprrlnUndenl Adtintitrrel,Tnlela,Ohla. Ntw This wes tho voice of Stevenson's a lovely or a worldly woman; with a Fr rulor Cart odChang,Pit Ctechtt WWt Sol tgent Air th113United Slalee. IIIIMIIYTMUAN. rlOHTII -- Hct, I 8. McH. IM'lyr I toy, potior Kunrfty rVhool al 10. John W. nearest neighbor, and I liked her and smllo, perhaps, if she has children in Itont, Muperlntendrnl. Union rrayer Mealing on 4 4 DAILY TRAINS Wednet-lanlghti 1883. respected her, yet did not feel Tulto whom sho can live her own youth Nt. XiouIn sure how Angelina would like aa in- over agaia. But it caa never be a troduction, and so refrained from look- gay smile. None of us, men or woll.t.V&TRATEn, AND THE WEST. ing lound aad raakiBg myself known. men, like to feel youth that precious Slpln( Cmn ltd Dty ComIim la 81. Lou I WithUtrper'i Mtculn beglnt Ha tltty-tlitSTANFORD. KT- ly with lb December number. It It not out Ctinf, InAroerl-naa- d "I'd think we'd better have tea' possession slipping away from us. . Proprietor. VT. P. WALTON, th moil pnpultr llluttraled Rngltnd, but alto tbltrgett In liiKheme, 2 8 DAILY TRAINS said the tint voice. "Its more re But wo should never be on tho look th moil temtirul m lit apprtriore, and the brtt !, entitle.! Site of Hlige, 2(1x30 for lit bora, A Hliht romnlala tell ol 8un freshing than coffee. Ob, how is out for crow's feet or gray hairs. LohIstIIIo to Iadtanapolrs, Chicago, migtila Hi lor," by Cbnttanr new ery 8eitlng captclly, Including gallery, (00. "or th of Ann," w begunKenlmoreWnolion, la the Norem-l-th author llcaaonabl rttea to good allricllont. Addrett Mary today? Think of my never Looking for them ia suro to bring iNDTHENOHTIt number. In literary aad arllille irellnc, at ator. tho I the Migtrln ImproTet with etch mirenlte num. before 1" asking them, for thiakiag about them bring Dr CotchM nJ ItMlloriii Cbalt Cift Tkrough country to mo vaie ot uruix, wncre i this to Angelina: mad Kir th light, Ppeclil eflorte hit Without Lhu. ereolertilomtnlof lit readert threagh hsmorout "Mary is poorly," said Mrs. Ri them. Tears form a part of the lanwas to preach a few Sabbaths. STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, ttorlet, ikitchet, Ac. "Since you cannot bo with mo it l'tilladel. Tho pulpit was vacant, and I was does not matter where I am this sell. "Ob, Mrs. Cullen, what a pity guage of the eye, which is eloquent For Wnhln8len, Haltlmor, pain, new lorK nun notion, DEPOT HT, STANFORD, KT., HAHi'EH'f going,to,try my wings. With my stupid place as well as any other. Ad- it is that flirting young minister came enough when sparingly used, and Thl It lb Vtrr tWit Bout, Yon l!t?e No fax rata. (.ningo oi iraio. 0, C, WINE, Harrer'aMtgnln SIM pecuniary 'prospects, I scarcely thought dress to the caro of Dcaeon Steven-to- down to Vale of Croix. I doa" which should be sparingly used for llirper'a Weekly. 4M 4 CO know what Mrs. Steveason was about other reasons than that of adding to H Hilt Thrtagk Dj CttriM oa 111 Trilaat litrper iitiar accept a call to the I should care to DlitlllM I shall remain with him while to 10 0 r Tiiaxa abort publication! , let him do as he did. We all their mute eloquence. Tears are a ,700 Any Tno thoT ntmrd Hare Mo Midnight Ohancei I Vale of Cruix, but I had no objections I preach here." Monumenlt, I 90 Htrper't Yoom lVot.le lleadalone, I thought he was courting Mary.) She disfiguring expression cf emotion, and H Ttblela, to filling its pulpit for a few weeks, ArrlTt al 8U Uult t Htan la JSfaart of lUrper'a Magtiloe, axTtaxwPnBxl ie. IN It was a pleasaat Summer, despite did, Iltrrer'i Otatr Lltt, Ibtrtbjr arrurlng nor llni I Harper' Youna Peoide. library, on year, Mtfl.lt Work poor child. She loved him dear those who get into tho habit of weep- I- nuking chtng of mm and gtlllng Irtt (hole I rtnkll t)utr especially as Angelina had gone to tho the dullness of the place. How good 0 all kind 16 01 nnmbtrt) it neatly west coast, and Glasgow' was warm tho quaint old deacon was when one ly, and the day before he went awaX ing over very small vexations do much otMaulnrtraofconntcllng linn. roatag frr Io all lulMCrlbee In th 1'nlleJ tatla. Statet r Canada he told her he was engaged to some towards acquiring a care-worftttlon guar. and stupid. miserand stuffy really knew him I How motherly ntee.1 To InJUntioIli and Chlrtio. and Iht onlr Iwgln with th !flaWa4Vttaaxwti9P9 Tolumetof th Mtgaxln Tht vatatt Casual remembrances of elegant was Mrs. Stevenson I As for Mary, girl in Glasgow. I'm afraid its bro- able expression, and are sure to look rid along number lor Junt tnd Decraber ol each year miteafurnlth. 255 lino gltlng IU patroni a When nollniett iiwclllrd. It will h undertlaol ed on appllra. to thorn ol Uk Mlcbtgaa. She told me all old before their time. Exeeesive weepparsonages built in Queen . Anne's sho grew sweeter every dayl I often ken her heart. thtt th tnlacrlber withe la begin wllh Ihe rur lion. rent number. time;. ot a study where the footfalls wondered what Angelina would have about, it. Oh, Aunty Russell,' she ing has been known not only to injure Tolumet of Htrper't Magtilne, In The leel Far Tick tta,RtM, Tint, Mir. Ac, apply to neat clth eight poetpald blodltf. will be and the said could sho have seen me helping said, 'I know I ought to be ashamed, but actually destroy the sight. Few Ticket ABonlH or Conneclluc Lliir. or on receipt! taper Tolume, tent by mall, tor were softened by Persian rugs tlotn rate, addrot M rent! eaeb by mill, poalpald doors draped with portiere of velvet; her to pick blackberries, to fad the but I csn't help It." He . seemed, , to women look pretty, or even InterestAgU K. , HaeVUf, Soulhtrn rawtftr Alphibetlcal. An. Index to axam.tr- - . 8. E. Cor. 4th tnd Mtto Mil. Loultf III. Kr. Irtlcal od Ilerper'e Miot'n. Clattloed. for V luiae I to 60, Inclu. chairs aou.a desk carved richly as runaway cow, to earry home the milk like me so. I hope I shall die of this ing, in tears, though it has long been Or.ttoJ. D. HILL, Unl. Emigrant Act., tie from June, 1830, Io June, llM.oo to!., Sto, UUnon, ICtntntkr. Cloth, It. some old! confessional, flitted through pail, driving her over to the eeuntry fever, for life is nothing to me.' a pleasant fiction in poetry and roAshamed Why, it's ho that ought mance to suppose that they do. Many my miBfABd tbougbt also ot a greeery and returning with a freight 1883. .1 j ji -- II tilings, n Llil women, so mo men and most children KENTUCKY CENTRAL D. mintable spread with silver and rare of groceries Angelina, who knew u ue tuuameu. Vr mi .l! 1 ! ister to be a cold, cruel, flirt And make most disfiguring and distorted china, with a lady at its head who nothing of domestic details, and r ria grimaces while crying; and the lady a Queen. And I breathed a whose monogrammed and perfumed that is what Hugh Mactagger is I" lLLlSTRATEn. -- THE MOST DESIRABLE ROUTE T- OI listened, but I could not move or who thinks she can work upon a man's Htrper't Weekly ilandi at tkt held of American luxurious sigh as I awakened from my notes were brought to me from the ofllluttraled weekly Journal. By In aaptrtltaa to a knowledge that tho fice in company with tho parafiae speak. I felt as though my heart feelings by a liberal display of tears potltlon In pollllct. III tJmlrtbl llluitralltoa. Hi day dream ttorlet, And dKlJadly th Popular Rout, affording, at It carefully choten terlalt,by thort foremen tketchet was breaking; words "Vale of Cruix" were beiag can. th contributed I wrote mysermeee at oae ead suffered I The and oh; the shame I should carefully study a becoming doea, ltt changt and tuprlor accommodation.! to tod peemt tktdiy. It ctrrle lottructlonartlalt and and enutbort of women drank their mode of producing them before her shouted on the platform, and that the of the round . table while Mary sat at tertainment to thouundt of Amerlctn homw. Thlt rrepantlnn It purely Xinoari, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, Itwlllalwata Uth aim ol Ik puMltker to frvm all drletertotit or danx-m- vetelabl and frea end tea and left, and then Angelina turn looking glass. Grimaces soften no train was coming to a standstill. popular It It absolutely certain wlrtnallluiunre wimt mitt Htrper't Weekly the moat world, and klnd.of the other sewing. New and then a .. from th human tytteni AD iiorio, ivnanniinu nrai. tu II It nnt pautetinc tu family ncwipaper In th " tho big bug would fly iato the 'window ed to .me with ocold, sarcastic smile. hearts, and tears accompanied by the coot Bpltt a trip In anf direction, joar Inttrtot thttaiat olkai eioniarri.Hd children will ux I seized my traveling bag from h Iher tour ticket reoonimenil 'I see by your face thai that Hill ' usual distortion have a hardening ef- winC.it and Cincinnati. nurfhulBfnek "y 2; via- IIAHPirM lKIUODICAI.N, It at reajlly Itaelottery amiI tnulau., uhlrto ihouM boutkeeptt 2 Train rack overhead and hurried out of the and go humming about our heads, or K. iHtrk(iua: eye apply H with ttfrty hippy uoacnoa, ana man Palac cart; KJrrint N yra Mactag-gart,- " fect, Joyouttplrfla will unroot lowilroiprew and fcr frmliluOe of th story is perfectly true, Mr. if not a visible one. In a pret h.n.lim.W rurnlihad Bcllnln Chair Caralorm Htrp-r-'t Weekly ra carriage. The porters had just little ooet. it It Ihe whIv a moth would try to singe its wings II 00 Ihe Old Rtllthl, th untqnalrd eaulamtnl of ihlt It plewAtht Intak Pvtapln 4 00 ewrwtt Alllee-lhHtrper't Migtxlne she said. trunks oa the platforaa. over the chimney, and I would drive tily written book, now probably out thrx nuking a trip otr thl no on of twoiunre vtalt and told by dealer at taent j Qro 4U . -litrper t natir Try buttle contort and plcttur. Try It. 00 mil Tk Tlltaa iuot publication "Angelina," X faltered, "I have of print, purporting to be the story of Manufactured by C. t'HOOKK Ai CO. Twofold wagosfl stood ia the read, one it out. The old people would go to 7 OO Any Twoobot name.1 . TIMETABLE, IK EFFECT OCT. II, 1111. l.tuttntlt, Ky, Htrper't Yoatx Prvpl.. .. I M Crgnrw, laa Mmltt . driven by an old woman in a sun boa. bed after a while, and then Mary and done nothing that should give offense the life of one of Milton s wives, the i litrper Mtgixine, For ttlt In Slanlord by I'xaar A McAuxtai. S0O to you." Ho. A. No. J. author makes that poet say of his No.. Iltrrer'i Yeunr IVonl. SotiTU. netthe other by a red haired boy, I would find ourselves hungry and she lltrtier't krtnkllnlidu&re IJhrirr.one TMr. "Nothing but to love another wo- wifo's eyes after crying that they re- Lto. Corlntoo wTthf bare feet: and a queer, knoc- k(32 numbertj 6M! . 100am StOpn S 00 p to find would go into the kitchen to (40am 4 10 p n llpni' rotta frr to all tubtrrlbert In the Pilled man," she answered. "Love her and sembled "the sun's clear shining after " Falmouth kneed horse, attached to a queer old "something good." I always held the 10 50 a in SOialOCi8pm " Crnthlana Bitlct or Canada. II W B S 41 p a lOSJpni " gig, was standing at a littlo distance. light for her. When something good let her see it, meaning to marry me. rain" a very pretty natural object Arr. L(xlogton. II I) p m S p u II put The Tolumet oftb Weekly begin wllh th trtt ' 1M m 7 SO p m II 23 pu no A young man in a light Summer was found we ate it in Ihe back porch, Don't think that I am hurt; indeed indeed, but during the rain itself the Lt. Lralngtoo r- S 21 p litpn IllOin number lor Jtnuaryofbtetch yeir Watn Ihe Hint WlntnoUwill .1 I Ot I am relieved. I should have kept observer is not inclined to be so com- Arr. MLSltrlloi .. 7 21 p a t 0 p m 12 44 tin mentioned. It commeacuadntnd tktt next I wlthei to wllh th number suit, and a city family, bent on rural sitting side by sido on the step, like p ' after lb ictelpt of onler. Uuntlngton tftatm my word to you but for this, but not plimentary. " Atbliod.. 8 00 p m- Tbalttt four annual Tuluroe of JIarper'a Weekly Grimaces of a somehappiness, were my companions on two children. In neat cloth binding, will b eeot by mall No. a. No, 1. No. I. Horru. so gladly as I onee should. You are what similar order are frequently poet it paid, or byetprete, fre ol rtpeiu (pro- -I the platform. Tided Ik cxnene doe not exceed one dolltr She was so like a child, thnt little r g man, but on the made during tho action of laughter. Lr. Huntington.. (Mam . . Totome) arr 17 per Tolume 7 The former put his trunk into tho Mary, that it seemed no harm to ask a very Aihod. g- II IS a m aoth catee tir each Tolurne, toltabl lor Had - Ing, will b tent by mall, latpalj, oa receipt of Ml. StarlinHam . a first wagon, kissed the old woman in her to kiss me good night, or to hold whole you don't suit me. I met Mr. Care should always be taken with " Wlnchittr 12 21 p m twm . . a tn each I ISjtm Lexington S. at .Millport, and he does. Frank- children to prevent their falling into Arr. Lexington. TUm ...... II Retultlanrci ihould bo mad by pntlnie mon I the sun bonnet, took the reins and her hand in mine, as it rested on my 200pm 7 tJ a m SOOpu y order or drill, to told cruoct of luta. Addrett Lt. Parit. StOpm " 220pm SHatn 4 11 am drove away. He was evidently the arm, in our long walks home from ly, I have been thinking what a pity this habit. It frequently reaches such " Crnthltna - 2Mpm a na IIAKl'ERA RKIITIII'.KN.hew Ycrk . a tn S t( pni 4 10pm 10 " Faimoalh it was that I must decline his offer. a pitch as to render the laughter pos- Arr. CoTlBgtoBson of the family come home to spend church on Sunday oveniugs. gtOpm - ttlpn Ulltn Aa for this Mary, is It not ? wouldn't itively unsightly. The face is distorthis vacation. The rest of the trunks, MAYMV1LLE DIVISION IV. The Summer passed; October came. sho make a very good minister's wife ?' ed and out of drawing, the eyes disap- No. Lt. Lexington pm. Arr. Mtrt Till S loptn and the city family, mother, father, Angelina returned to the city and a 23am MitmIiI s Q.K DOI.LAI: A YK.llt. No. 10 Colds, Croup, Bron-jobltiI Cures Coughs. It came to my mind that she would' pear and tho lips are drawn up, re- No, 11 " I'trl 20 a 00 am. "' Islington a 43am m. MititIII little boy, nursemaid and baby, were wrote to me. It was while wa were Th circulation of thlt populir new.pt per It coo- Laryngitis, irnokinpr. that she was the only wife for me; vealing half an inch of pale pink gum. No. 11 " MititHI I 00pm " UxlngtoaSMpm It coottlnt all lb leading laatly lacreitlng put into the wagon driven by the boy. eating peaches and cream on the back Chronlo and WhoopinR ntwiofth Dtlly llerildaod latrraoged In handy Sruntdallr, and hta dirtcachii from cougbs, Horo Tbroat. Soro Cnost, When the train moved away I was porch that evening that I said to Ma that Angelina splendid as she was This peculiarity sometimes runs in No. to Wuhlnfton. Pullman Kltrt to Kant. department. The Congostod Lunga.Inflamod Lungi, roHKtux .yr.itM Car wha Fallt, W.Va. and Isl left alone on the platform alone but ry, "I will tell you a secret, it you would never have made me happy. families, partly from unconscious im- ington, atop ooljr atReclining ChairK. Uto H. U. Embrtc tperlil dltpttche from ill quarleri ol Pneumonia. ttatlont on lb globe. Under the head ol But I only said : "Miss Melvllle.if you itation. I know one family whose wbmtliutu glrtn. No. 1 runt dally, axrept Veotlm J II. n'ATNOIf, forjthefstatien master, who sat upon a will keep it for a while, Mary.' 11 W rear! Street. Cincinnati, O Sundiy, hat through cotchct to Huntington. No. AJfKiticAx .vr.trs l desire to have your freedom, I have grimaces during laughter are most 4 run dallr, except Sunday, bat through cocbt Arcglttn Ihttelegnphle dliptlrbe ol th week Dencn smoking a ciay pipe. to Mt. Ultrllng and parlor car to MtrtTill. No. S from all pant of the llnltn. Thl anttur aln "Oh, of course, I will, Mr, lutte- - no choice." dally; elegant day Wathlng. th moil ludicrously alike. When they are all runt PullmtnhaSleeper from coach from Ftllt and rkrlbTIIK WhEKLl IIKRALD Ihorbttp-ea- t. ' In a moment more thatoffickl.with taggert." too, ; , "I desire it greatly," she answered. assembled at the dinner table and a parlor care from Lexlng-o- runKanawhaexcept Only Ttlaiblecbronlcl ItIn th werld.at It It to ClnclnnatL Erery w.tk glrto a filthiul reportof out'lookiog at me, made the remark: audally, thre Hop. No. I and t "I am going to be married this "It is yours," I said with a bow. 1'OI.ITICAL SKWH, from Huntlngun and nara through coach joke goes round there is not a single "Deacon Stevenson has come for the tumn. Mary," I said. These pretty After that I think we were both eye left in the family. Much, if not and ML burling Ulrecl connection at Islington Fmbraclog complete tnd comprtbentlre lorludlag lull rerle of tbo with itagealor Richmond, Ky.,Lawrtnceburg,Ky., new minister. He's over in the hotel letters you always thought came from andV.nalllee.Ky. tpeechetol eminent wlltlcltnt on lb quctllont happier than we had been for days, all, of lb hour. C. L. BROWN, of this could be prevented by due (. W. BENDER, will be back in a minute." and my sister are from the lady who is to and shaking hands we parted. BoperlnUndcnt. Oen'l Pail A TH. AgL TltK VAllif UKVAUTMEST (ientral offlcet, CoTlagton, Ky, care in childhood. The laugh can be "Thank you," said I. Of the Weekly Herald glee lb Ittett it will at marry me. She is very beautiful, That night I went up to the Vale of cultivated quite as much as the voice. th mott practlcil toggeatloni and dlacoTirlea reThe station master took no notice very rich, very stylish, but very kind. lating to th duty of tka larmer. hlnlt lor rilling Cruix, and I told Mary that my mar Actresses take lessons poultry, trre, Tereltblet, in laughing, Cincinnati, New Orleans cattle,luggeatloLt grata,keeping building andAc, if, , BY FiTTSinAKO. 13 RECOMMEITDED of me, but having climbed upon a You must come and see us Mary, ftrailng with for riage was broken off and that she was with occasionally very charming re utenillt to repair Thlt li upplemenltd by a stool and made some changes in a when we are married. I shall tell Cnltr-Chronwii cMiiea ueiwriucnt, wiatiy ivpieu, unuer mo Ostarrh of tho OXJitJUM lo Nnaol and the only woman I had ever loved. & Texas Pacific head of suits. I do not, however, advise that Ulcoratlrol Catarrh of tho Car, Cyo or time register on the wall of thestation, Angelina how good you have been to THE HUME, Throat. It la taken INTLRN ALLY, nnd She tried to summon up her pride and such teaching should begin in early Hiring redpfortriclleil dlibe. hint lor mik. acta DIRECTLY upon tho Blood and locked tht door, put the key ia hi me what a sweet little sister I found In clothing and for keeping up with tb Mucoue Surfnoe of tho Sjntom. It Ulett refuse me, but failed in the attempt, I tho host Blood Purifier In tho childhood, lest it might destroy spon raiaion it th lowett rrlr. heerr Item ol cook pocket and sauntered away down the out here in Vale of Cruix. Why, W0.1LD. nnd I worth ALL that la log or economy tuggetled In tbli deirtinent I and let me take her to my heart. charged for It, for THAT olono. taneitv and produce an effect of arti letted by xprt before puUlcilloa railroad. ' trtcllcally Mary" XII3D ourPirlaaod London rorretiMindenli I am pastor of the church In effect Nor. , 1841. oo the Trry lalett lathloni Tb Horn Deptrt-meI took his place upon the bench and "For, as I spoke, I felt the little at the Vale of Cruix; Mary is my ficiality; but I very strongly recomCURLT FOR CATARRH 0KL7 of the Wetkly Herald will tare tht mend mothers to check a disposition n hundred time tht price ot waited. In a few minutes a prim lit- hand I held grow cold and heavy ia QNCINNATI SOUTHERN D1MHI0N. rrriN tiiu haiucxt. wjfe,'and we are as plain and quiet a thoppr, Thlnlrt'tof And vo offer Ono Hundred Dollar) tor any aotiTiiaouvu. to make grimaces during their chiltle ekjli gentleman appeared upon the mine. I saw her sink backward. The Onao of Cntrrh It will not Oiireij SKILLED LA HO It pair as you could fancy. I often help NolT No 8. No 1 No WhiteAre looked uler, tod trerytklng itlatlng to dren's indulgence of mirth. tonof,the hill, carrying in one hand a big china bowl of peaches and cream WILL CLKK ANY CA8P Lex. NlgtlAceotn Mall and labor tiring It carefully recorded. Ofllca of A. T. BTtWitiT ft Oo.l my wife pick currants for tea, and Exp. Exp Dally and STATIONS. tiExM.Ja the ether a tin pail aad L'ntoioo, IIU June 4, lobOL I slipped with a crash oa the grouad have taken a turn at the garden when hall Review. D'ly Dal- - Ex. Exp. There It a page deroted to all lb litetl phaaetof crop. mtrrbaodlM, Ac, Ac ifV.tri bnalnett ' Co, Toledo, ft Kx.B ly. S'nd'y D't tb Ttluabl nitrttlt, found In J Chtntfit tiloaiura Icfonnlni; you A ftalurt arm a brown paper parcel. and shattered to pieces. lb,vclill; nport Utntltmm I ULn None Whatever. We can see P.M" ITM TTS aTm ed price and condltloni ol is scarce. But I do not euvy Mr. help Catarrh Cure. It l.a Hat I bate tiled Hall a -a 4 It I 43 9 23 8 40 I kaew at'-- gkaee that it wai Mr. I caught the poor child in my arms. S. for his wife, nor pine for the luxuno hope for the republican par- Lt. Clnclnnttl curolrm- - Iwosrcry bid and don t bevllata to THE PHOUVCE MARKET. It 03 II Ol 6 43 ii a l' Gorgtowo any ay 'hat Sporting newt at noma aad abroad, together properly.It wCI rur Your rate cf Catarrh If taken 710 12 00 9 U II SO Stevenson. Ltxlogton...... truly, In a moment she came to herself, and rious possibilities that lost with An- ty not based on democratic blunders. " Nlcholairlll. lit tl 7 W 12 2 with a tlory erery week, a atrmon by too " J. It. WcATniaroxB, lltrriry, muilcal, drtuittlc, jertunil 7 31 12 47 you Mr. Maetaggert?" he ia. said she had overtired herself, she Noll 12 10 "Are Its plight is even worse than it seems " Jllth Brldx..Junct'n Acml223 Sit 1 03 and lea note. There It no piper In ibe world woBTn aio a noTTu:. gelina. Mary and my little home conHirrodiburg Hate had E. Mraaar, Jackaon, lllch., write g23 III which ronlalni to much newt matter erery week U'lylJ37 quired mildly, as he approached. "I thought. They bad been baking all to be. Neither the stalwarU nor the " Utatlil-- .. Catarrh for IU year. Jlall'a Catarrh Cure curd tent me. 3 143 at the Weckle Herald, which It tent. imhIk free. DanTlll Junction. KI.B1144 m Uontidcr It worth llttOO a bottle. want to know! I hadn't any expecta- day, and it was warm, And now she 2 20... 123 gorenedoUtr. You caniubacrlbaataoy lime. . HomafMl s ou have anything to offer Itf-btiyau unnrgiiiaat Tht New York Herald In a weekly form, on MaDUfacture4aidaollbyr J to "t per rjottia, 2 40 Point Burruld ... A.M 2 23 . CULNEV CO. Stags Lorers. , tion of being kept so long, but you bade me good night. But I did no$ 7 10 SO 7W dollar a year Addrna Kockwobd. which will command attention and Eolo l'rpnrlotor, TOLEDO, OHIO, NEW YOUaC HERALD, 7 41 II 823 Bwing uty The a&ectioa betweea stagedoveri union. Tho only hope is the inde Broadway and Ann blri-t- i, woraea folks trouble see her next day, nor the next. She Ntw Vork 8eejjMVrthe for ail la Hlinford by Ptnny A McAIUten Boyc...MM.H.M. I 23 I 20 I01S 40 I 20 10 21 . to fetch things over when I drive down. kept her room, and was not well is often so well acted that no one sus pendent wing, almost without organ! Arr. ChatuiHioga .. MoaTitaouKO. pects the real feeling which exists be , ion, which demands administrative I'll jest haag this can of paraffine ile enough to bid me good by. No 4 No 3 Nol8.No Acm . me new and revenue reform while holding fast behind. Some folks dislike the . on Poor little Mary P.M. P.M. P. M. A.M I felt very mis- iweeu mem. a. writer iu S 00 7 SO 813 Chttltnooga. smell maybe you do? The sugar erable. However, Angelina met me Orleans Democrat says that he knew of to all that is good in the republican ,T. Uojco,. .. S 10 7 43 8 SO ' aH1Mjjwi,uiB.-o- t 71 S3 .710 - 100 Mpr.og City. loaf tegfaad coflso caa go under the in Glasgow- - She was' more beauliful two actors of the opposite sex who policy. The stalwarts and 7 40 10 M " JUClTONw Forthe m p n r. h a m on our n.w pinn 1 Oi 1148 Point Buruildt.... MlW seal jest awell as not. How's your than ever more elegant in contrast positively disliked each other, but must come to their terms or defeat is Fc--r the MARKET GARDENER . 2l-.- .. 1210 " boutrtct a 8 So 183 Noll 1st For the PRIVATE FAMILY Kinrllle Junction. health, sir, and how do you like Vale to my simple country friend and wero forced by their parts into the almost certain in 1884. Will they do 40 2 02 LX. S 41 Dtnlll-- .. Crown by ourselves sit w rmn Fvrnt most devotional tenderness of conduct. It? SSI 2 18 " lUrrodtburg Juoct'o Exp. S37 ofX'ruixT Boston JIerajd,rep. very soon I laughed at myself for the lie High llrlJjo... -- . rvilaadaome llluttraled Catalogue ail Karal HriUter PHHK TO ALU. til 8 31 2 80 2 8S P.M. 4 S3 ij answered that ray health was thought that had been in my heart. One night as he was playing at love " MEKCIIANTH, NEND VH YOUR BUHlNE&rJ UAUDH fOK TUADH LIST. 708 123 ISO 103 Diptheiua, In " Nlcholairlll.... A Qarole h 7 23 8 48 2 M 8 28 good) and lhat I had not, as yet, seen Of course, I said that it was the bak- she was to rush into his arms; being a (louritlown 10 23 803 DAVID LAHDRETH JfcSONS.SEED GROWERS, PHILADELPHIA has been Arr. unci until 8 23 7 40 houses where diptheria is work with en- much ot Vale of Cruix. ing that had overcome Mary it was true artist, she did her A.M. ALABAMA (HIE AT SOUTHERN. tho family should gargle throats with said the old gen- not my news. Thad only been to her ergy, and betweea speeches he mut '"No, you havn't," ... 00 .. . " alcohol oa the first indication of sore Lte.cbituuoofi - . -II M " Altllla. tleman. "Well, you'll drive through as a friend as a brother. I had not tered : "You need not swallow me I II BlrinlDgbtot............ .. . The alcohol will deness or cough. . . 8 13 " TuKtluuaa . it now." And he shook the reins, and made love to her; above all, I had not She replied : "You are too bitter a ).. 10 00 fungus speedi- Arr. Meridian .. dose." While holding her in fond stroy the membranous the old horse bet;au to stumble along. flirted with her. But I thought of Ma-r8 10 Meridian ................ ly. A successful down town physi Lto. Tutcalooa , , 1 87 " And on we drove past certain rows of ,., 1121 a great deal, and I missed her ex- embrace, wrapped in delicious trans- cian says that '"where this treatment ' B.rmlogruui.... .., .. .... 180 Allllll port, he growled in a whisper,: ,"Doa't brick ' houses, very muoh like each actly every hour oh, yes, exactly Never (all to cum Ftr and Ajar, Inlirmlllml ftvtr, Dumb Agut, Dyiptpili, Utir ISO knows of Arr. Chattanooga. lias Ctmpltltt, Indljtilion, Ctll and Flux. It will Cure Cettittntii. It a xalo Anlldillloui Isaa so bardagalaet aan.'V Willi VICK8DURO AND MERIDIAN. other, and with the same flowers in as I might a sister. fatelly'r-p'hi- k. Alttrtllt and Teal, n mild and Dli jMful latlgorint for Dalictl Worn, a powerful rvcupc-ra. repeee upon his ao ewe lVnat!B - '10 20 MrldlnM.M..ai...-.Lt. Vorttt.. their front gardens, until, having alter tbo frame bui Uo debilitated and reduced by ilcvncss. an ciccllent appetlier, , I wrote to Mrs. Stevenson, ahd her her head " IJ80 delphia Times. , " Hranitnn ., 2 88 glrc toue to tbo dlgcitlvo ontaua, prevenU Mtlarlt, braota up th tyttem, tlrenglhen u portal breast, she retorted : "You are paid passed .the church, we came to one answer was very brief. " Jackion 183 circulation and ckan the wbolo animal econotay from tho tocdi ol dlataae. The illgbtcat you It Is claimed that a full feed of hay Arr. Vlckiburg.... .....--.. . 120 for holding me, happily set about by old oak trees, attack ol toter xnay be a prelude to the wont, and Uie remedy that would conquer It wbJUt It "I haven't much time to write,' she shall eara yoor and I intend that 8 00 Vlctitiurg.......-- . Lt. Jacktoo salary," They never to kowea, following; the feed of eoeeen-trateU yet In tut commc nccmrnt, may be of no Talus when It It at III full development, lartlcu-larl- y before the gate of which he drew up. said in her postscript. "Mary is sick, ' 10 4t . wmmiw.wwwi. la tola the cote with peraoni around whom the pcatlfcroui Influence of Mtlarl cllagl In . 1128 Brandon. ,........ food, Is wasteful, for the reason made up and never married. She -- A$girl stood at the gate a Mr girl and besides being driven I'm anx,,,.. I 44 ' th formed BambCkillt, BrowAju, Ptlnful Splttt tnd Wtak Slomtck. tile firel oat of tee Art. Porttt. ...-4 43 Mirldliu married another actor, and clings still that it crowds For Ibe Cure ol all tho above DUeaaea thl preparation ttauda unrivaled, and IU good ious." in a blue muslin dress and apron. V1CEMBURQ. HHUEVEP. RT AMD PtCIPlO. and permanent effects are attcnted by thousand, and It la recommended alike by the ablet stoHwea before proper digestion ha This letter was in my pocket on to the dislike for the man with wko the sugar, Mary, before it "Take . medical men and the mlnlttry. . ,. 110 been accomplished. And so, Iu order Lt. Vlckiturg. - Delta 1180 m. TRY IT, all you that ate aialcted, and be oouvinued ol It wonderful power and benefl. gets upset," said the deacon. "This that day when Angelina and I went she plays. . .. . 810 to secure best results; bay should be Arr. Monroe.. ...m-...citl effect. A church In Bavaria accomm odat- - fed at first.and tho coaosatrated food is Mr, Mactaggert, that's to preach together to the bazar for the lienefit of 710 Wourot. ....... . i,t. Dell 10 . ing 1,000 people has been built alsaott afterwards'. for us. Mr. Mactaggert, this is my the church of St. Matthew. - .... II100 m -- M...-. Arr. Vlckibur- gAfter we had roamed about the ba- entirely of papiermache,whlch caa be daughter Mary." A! Vermont debatlag society will JOHN SCOTT, V. P. end Urn. Man. Cin. Sou. supplied at a cost little above that of tackle the question: "Which is tho R'y, Cincinnati, Onll E. V, WILMON, U, P. and We bowed and she vanished with zar and bought all sorts of Sou. R'y, Cincinnati, O t H. U, I escorted Angelina to a seat plaster. It can be made to imitate most fun to see a oiaa try to thread pA. tin. P. Q A. A.' H. a'm.Cbattanooaa.Tann.1 1. A. the parcels. V. M'y. P. HARDV, MlML "What a. Invelv little creature ' and there sat down to wait while one the finest marble,jA and takes a polish a needle or a woman try to drive a J. JOE V. McOUIBE,O.P. A. V., S. A t, Penny Jb MuAllHtor. For HhI. In StuRforcl " f R'y, Mooro. La. as" aid I to myself. "Nothing like An-- of the ladies, who, "on this occasion superior to siaw,"- trelina, but so pretty!" And I found sayself tWnkwgof her as I washed GL d my hands aad hair fa the m i 1 bed room on the secead floor, with .Twwtky Mania. DeeeHttwr 10, 1882 whUo frinsjed eotMterpaitts aad curtains and piece, on either side of tho china vases of roses. MINISTERS FLIRTATION. Thoro wero only four of us at tho I was engaged to Angelina Melville, table tho deacon, his wife, a stout and I thought myself tho luckiest man lady who novcr said more than sho living. Angel in was so handeomfl could help, and Mary. She had that no stranger ever saw her without spent the last winter in Glasgow, and expressing admiration, and oco did wo talked about all she had seen. Sho nottwMr of the face after years of was without being forfamiliarity with it. Bbe was well ward, and oh, so pretty I Now, Aa- bred, accomplished and a great heiress. geliaa was lead id and queenly, so Sf I had reason to believe that she was this was mild praise that she could very fond of mo. No man could be not have obiocted to, only I said it more entirely contest than I was as I very often. I preached on tho next s leaned back in tho carriage Sunday. It was settled that I could which took, mo from Glasgow into the spend wrote Summer tliere. blue-watte- only,' was doing good, oaerous hard work, brought us a tray of refresh-meat- s. STAKJOBD. KY. :"U '" and Crying. Tho approach of age shows Itself about the eyes. Lines cone, faintly ns TTwr Laughing OO KAHTt WJ3HT I OO JO XVOIITII! ROBBED I tnnotllr robtl nf Ihflr I lkllml, llfft prolong!, t TnoiiMnWofTTfi ir VIA LOUMVILLB hipplncMonJ nmlth iiorvu or um oi mm it. rv- IHHI.CT0HI. . ?n& - i?.r: '' . . i raaaa ( II, MKTII(IIIIHT,m)UTIIA-ll(TCHURCH -- ( night except th I thin) Prtrer Sunday morning and Meeting ii i .. Morrlmn. ertry I tli 0 d Isoiilnville to Harper's Mngazino! h OPERA HOUSE, it first-clas- er ln ii:kioiicai.n, .... n. ti ". etecu-ItJa- .... bind-to- 1 1 I Harper's Weekly CINCINNATI! It.,! Ir " ut at luiu-rto- ut . r-f- p-- er . good-lookin- n 1 1 Y. Weekly Herald a, Spaa-'modl- o. ttl T Bun-da- y, HALUST Riuli ISDbe mmi Railway. To-da- y ol 1 1 r y I half-breed- .... ... 1 half-breed- s ,..,. lhiiiiiil i no SEEDS SEEDS t SEEDS SEEDS tr ..-- ..- y badliarly'seejw ...... ....... .. M ....-.......- .... ,............ .. EDWARD W.LDER'S 1 nt er d ., -.. ..... ..... .... ....... ........ m. knick-knack- s, COLL-BRA- STOMACH BITTERS ly A 1 1 rrv g JJ9J5 Sfm 0S MsfLsSSBSMSjSS Thhj $oJ Cotlin'1 Do. knlfht ot tht tarttr. Llnceln County Farm For Sale! U9L $neri The kWetkh iky ). clerk A now railway had been opened The writer has often been uked strnt unsettled lieeil4 this gvorfow country are Hp to a great thruajfe a Weak what Is meant by a Knight of tbe GarI ofler for n!e rrlrtlr mr firm of Mtarm TO EVERY SUBSCRIBER I on lUsKlTM'.Oi mile Extol BUnford, within STANTOBD, deal efHK of varfom Vmm, as the of the aeuntry, and had been ial oper- ter? and thinking it might be of interhalfmllo of then tornplkanov d ! TIII8 OFFER IS MADE BY THE Irora Stanford lo I'rrachenrllU. by a prominent ation only a short time when a.' heavy est to some of our readers give the folfrom the dwrlllns to lite pike. Tuesday Morning December 19, 1882 following give-aw- ay Our htflng ltn toM, w ire com- HulMlnm are brlrk and frame, with lOronme. NEW YORK OBSERVER dry goods mm wIH show. Allow us snow began falling and toon complete- lowing explanation: The Order of pelled to tint out our itork of prodi b Jinuirr l, Well witered with fineeprlnsr, noma ol them of the religious weealTrsTTSr oil In order do will from Intludlna The oldest sn.f to remark, however, that ifci is tho ly blockaded the road, stopping the the Garter is ono of the oldest and entire nock lacott.w, It embrace tnxuf eff- our the wairr. ImproTtmeala ArtdrrM or yesrs, fencing. TertnillUnl rail in slxlyevangelicalthis undenominational, unseeterlsn it tkt Oaitrttol. and newspeper his been elrculstmg In HKft.MAHAII COOK, train with a single passenger car fir highest orders of Knighthood among experience of a Columbw (0.) man M Stantord. Lincoln fonntf Ky. the Unlteil Utiles and In almost every fore gn Oroctrtm, Dry (joint, SoHontoth-tug- , illi wm ft full blooded AmerteMi, aad not, as country IU subscribers ars counted by tens of tome may Mppoto, of a from any place of habitation. Thero the English. About tho time of its Hoot, Blinm, thousands. Each year Its proprietors hare added mm ami h hMi Men tecona-hnn- d to In value, ergsglng frrsli editors snd correspond-entsLouisrille coacera. Says the mer were a dolcn or more travelers', but as origin and its cause, there has been a And Id fret eTfrTlhlnotllr WptlnnArit-elia- . homesn.1 abroad, enlsrglrg and multiply. n" were bought owtndweein dcalra ia chant; "Lately clothing countrr itore. Ther ! Ing Its department and endesvorlng to reallie I hare oileed a largo tho prospect of relief within a few great deal of dispute; some saying it onr them at tirlem (til will Mionlih the nillrro. their high Ideal ol the Iteet llelljlous snd decnlar hi )lo time ami goae theirs, one bet Coma earlr and ret Ant rholco. family Newinsner. Theeofrrr thla vear in ae AUD. ladies eateriag my hours wm goi d they wero taking the wm established by Richard I, in 1109, number of young rv, nAiM.ii .v.a. TurneriTlIla, Kf, err snlisralher, new and old, whose siibwrlptlon Is tor, Ho entered Jhe Israelite's iliop, IMt, store who had no packages la their unpleasant situation calmly. AmoBg others, and the weight of authority, Pild for I). D., ths new look ol Jiav 8. Irenirua enlltM "Prayer and Its Answer," and eleratiog ht hand to tho lerel of s handsome volume of nearly I0O psgrs, bound In hands wbea they came in bat who al- them wm a tall, labk attribute it to Edward III, but differ cloth, ths retail price of which Is II, Specimen hit eari and tbaklng It parallel with STANFORD. KENTUCKY Copt's of the paper sent tree. Address ways left with one or two, bat no cor whose countenance wm chiefly remark-abl- o m to tho cause of its being founded, KKVT VOIIK OIISERVKB, New York. hit,ihoulden, exclaimed: "How you for a preternaturally largo mouth. some claiming that In 1240 Edward responding check was sent to the deik Tit, mine trendl?" X. with cash. I made my mind to Soon after tho trata came to a stand- at $1.25 TWICE A WEEK. $1.25 "I vm not ao Terr Tell," replied watch this closer for auptime, and you still he aroe at the forward end of tho as the battle of Crcsy used his garter Im I'M Bj EbF I -- KEErSTHEa battle signal, and having gained a bbLsLj jwBW InBaBBaSWBBafl . Moan. ' Wo contlnno to may imagine my surpriio (what a car and with the blandest professional victory established the order as comTho Boat, Nowslost and Cheapest actaseolidtorafor ONLY BAKERY IN STANFORD dollar oafcr-co"Haf you a forty-fi- re Nowspapor In tho South. patents, caTeatu, And smile began: "Now, brethren and sis- memorative of that event in 1240; greener Ho mutt haro been) at tho all kinds of Cakes and Bread. Oysters comrlgbB). cw..for rat rai raado Jo order (or a trad and Fish served at all hours. Ha keeps I made. One day a promi- ters, we've got to stay hero shut up while the popular story attributes it to H the United. Rtates, Vnd to obtain patSemi-Week- ly rot you aellroe for drcedollart?" ents In ( mails, England, franco, Post! nent young lady canio into the store, together for an hour or two, so let us an accident that befell tho Lady Salis Tito EMnerat Ctsiirootloncry The Germany and all other coiintriea. Mote looked at tho wood-b- o Ka Thlrtrilz renra'nraetlce. draw- - Ever In town for the accommodation ef both ladles tho clerk upon whom she make the best of it. I say brethren bury, who having lost her garter at a went up to chargo for diminution of models or Everylndy should take It. It tires ths latest from bead to foot, "Vm you and gentlemen. All ha asks la a call. SS lavished the wealth of her affection and sisters because we aro all brethren ball, the King handed it to her with news days In advance of ths weekAitriee vj man iroe. lies, snd for leas money. It la stem stern tie, but au orphan?" Pawnls obtained thrrmhn aro noticed In and began a conversation with him. and sitters aiat that' so? We're all this remark: "IToni toil qui mat y A SCIENTIFIC AMKHICAff, which has stthessmstlmsliiilepenileHt In politics. It "No, I rai no orphan, but I haf a contains the best news summary; the best reading the largost circulation, and The clerk took down some goods and christians, aiat wo? Of course we are. pente." Whether this Is true or not, entlal newspaper of its kind ia IliomoiUnilu matter- tha beat editorials and the beat market repnbliahedTin ths a brudder mlt Schaltata itroel rot portsalt lor only II.J1 per year. world. Tho adrnnbgeeofimchanoticoovcry began showing them, keeping up an Now let's have a .little, experience the garter is one of the Insignia of the natnntoo undcridande, ells goodi rot tm an orphan." SE.M) FOtt SPECIMEN COPIES. Main lit.. StHtsTerd, Ky. animated conversation for 10 minutes. meeting here. Why not? We all order and worn by ail the members. Thlalarga and arlendlrtly illustrated year. 'I dink you rai glre rae taffy." Every farmer, every merchant, every trader Then the dark reached down under love the Lord, don't we? We all It is of pure silk with gold fringes and id is admitted to uo tne neat paper tiovotcu must havs It. Subscribe at once I "Well, how about that overcoat, the cience.mecnanica.inTcnuons.enKineerins ltemember 101 papers snd counter, handed her a little pack-ag- e He knows beet what Is good for the above motto worked on it. The works, and other departments of indnatrlal JOHN DINWIDDIE.PRO'R. resdlng matter you getby an ordinary double the given weekly for old nan?" lUggeated the protpeetive Hinelo sod It comes to you fir fee n iterk. in St.XS, wrapped up in the paper we uie us, don't we? Of course we do. Well, order originally wm composed ot only copies by mail, 10 cents Sold by all nqwa- Ilsnd tbe money to our sgeni In your county or purchaser, ia regular U. ti. language. in the store, and the young lady sail- let's talk about Him a little. To n 20 members, but thfs number is fre- aeaiere. OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 remit direct to us, LOUISVILLE POST, "Isaac, rill you ihow de gentleman Address, Mann A Co.,pnbl(aheni of Scion. ed out. I immediately tackled the Louisville, Ky. with, we all believe there's noth- quently Increased by statue to 30 or Ufla American. 281 rirnadway, New York. dot make to order llrince Albert uaoaDooK aooni patents maiieu tree. yoang man to kaow what tho package ing tho Lord coakln't do if he wanted more. The true namo of tbe order is BOARD, 92.00 DAY. mit dot Tot you contained and what the movement to we all believe that, don't we?" cquiUi aurea peruutidu. tudent?" meant. Finding that he had been At this point a green-looki- ng Harper's Young People! Special Accommodation to Commercial countryThe coat wai produced and thorThe member ot the Legislature for Travelers. V vr itt, tm ttii . caught, he mtdo a clean breast of the man, who bad beea watching the smithe State of Indiana explained the fact 4.V ILX.VHTIIATED WEEKLY-I- B oughly impeded. Cincinnati Weekly Commercial affair, and told me that the girls did ling speaker with close interest, starl'aort-Htitt- ctl to Boyt nnrl Glrli Baggage Transferred Free of Charge that on his salary of 81,000 ho had in "You Till wll dot coat for dree dolnot like to conio down town without tled him by saying: ''Waal, now, I x An column family newspaper, from 8 to IB year ofagr. one session saved 830,000 by saying; lar.?" uked the purchacr. and tbe I have recently taken charge of this house conveying the idea of having been dunno 'bout that. I think I know one "It's all owin' to my wife's bein ecoVOL. IV COMMENCES NOVEMBER 7. 1S82. and intend to have "Howcould I do dot, my frendt? shopping, and' as it wm not always y Inferior Journal Young Teoplehia bean front the accommodations. thing tie Lord cojldn't do." ,"Oh! nomical in not keepin a hired girl The beyond anticipation. New Yoik nX I mSM;SH )! blrols W brudder coavcutcnt Erenlsf '" roOMKTUB to trade when down, they do you?" exclaimed the preacher with l'cxt, for leMfijan dweaty-8fe- ." that we've saved so much." Itbaaadlitlnet purpose, to wblcb It steadily become sharp eaough to put up great delight. "Do you, indeed? Well THREE DOIXARSAFimr CENTS bad adberee that, namely, of supplanting the ricloni "Perhapt your litter would take it the Mr. John E. Talbot, Louisville, papera for moreyoung with a paper more attractlre. And allow the subscriber to select, free ot (barge, this little racket of gotfiog their clerk let us hear from you. Speak up loud aa well aa Boeton Journal wholesome. from the following choice list el books i , off your hand for fifteen," avggeeted For neatness, otrffeocoof and oontenti friends to make up packages of noth- and let ui all bear what it is the Lord Ky., says Brown's Iron Bitters hM generally, It la unsurpassed tneraf In publication of any by STANFORD. the buyer. TemtisoH'a Voetn. ineamayci orougniio ou' notice. tniuuuria ing empty boxes, WMte paper, Ac, couldn't dol" "Waal," said tho coun cured him of neuralgia of long stand Uazette. Tim Arabian Xlaht. ,( "But I haf no litter," aid Mote. Tim Sarratlre of the Jeanttte Arts-tt- e for them, which they could carry tryman, with great deliberation, "He ing. , ye'u Uarpets Young People, per year. 1 Expedition, T Lint. Dsnenhower. ir "I dink you tm no puy dot coat-., Hall's Catarrh Care is taken internal! out of tho store and thus fill the souls couldn't ha' mada your mouth any postage prepaid I "" M E. H. BTJRNSIDE, - Propr. Tie JYflf oil (fie Flat: by George Eliot. Blogla numbers, four cents tm come mil ihoakea on me." It acts directly upon the blood and the mu sent on receipt of three centa. each. Specimen copy iroorTs Xatural History for Boy; of other girls with envy. At the same bigger onlcss he'd ha' sot your Mrs ' "Now, mine frendt," commenced with 300 Illustrations. cous surfaces of the system. Prise, 76c. 18S1 This Old and Well - Known The eolumes of Ilarper'a Young People time it gave them an excellent oppor- back." This ended the conference For sale by Penny & McAliater, Stanford, and IS2, handsomely bound In Illuminatedfor cloth, Emit Ltltme, by Jdra. ltenry Wood. Hotel Still Maintains its ( the buyer, again giving the ilgn manwUI be sent by a all, postage prepaid, on receipt of Vemior'm Almauaefor 18H3. tunity to see their fellows, and that meeting. High Reputation, If Catarrh has destroyed your sense of S3 each. ISCoyer for Young t'eep.e for ISSi, S3 rents; ual, "rot rai de leut nonitVvot you TlmStctt family Kohtttaon. rsjea postage cents additional. was worth coasiderablo,to them." AND " A Treat tie om f fiei Jlorae ana Him The two Remedies. The Breck- - smell and hearing, Hall's Catarrh Cars will eyRemittances should be made by toes. monUke mit dot coal?" Address order or dralt, to arold chance of ' Its Proprietor it Determined that Jlneaen,bj Dr. R J. KendilL' cure you. 76 cents per bottle. Druggists A wolf who had "a dispute with a enridgo Arte closes an article on the Motea' face brightened. BROTHERS, New York. rill no Country HARPER "I Ticj irotiimt In I17ifr,tiy WllHeCoIllns.' it snail be second to Hotel in the State in its Fare, frightful increase of lawlessness in sell it. ell dot coat for fifteen dollar; but if hyena determined to destroy him, and Jllttorv ofthefiltigilom oflretaml. 3100 BEWARD Appointment!, or Attenlt'averlu, by Sir Walter Scott. you eer tell a lifin' soul rot yea pay. therefore weat to tho lioa for adviee. Kentucky.M follows : "There are but la offered for any case of Catarrh that can't tion to Comfort of " A Ilrare Lady, by HlasMnlock. RICHMOND their Quests. "Set a trap for him," was the reply two remedies for this state of affairs. be cured with Hall's Catarrh Cure. Taken a ruwea man. The mule, Dictionary. lor bhbi Audley'K Secret, by Miss BrsdJon. iIHK lati dot geeabwatioa aait ay "and wbea you hare caught him eat One, the best and safest, is the strict Internally. Price, 76 ceote. Raa:srae will be conveyed to aad from the.epet Csll on or address W. P. WA I.TO.V. free or charge. Sprrlal arrommodatloaa to of the severest laws Editor Interior Journal, Stanford, Ky. wife, but I ru gif you fife dollar out him." The wolf went away and laid enforcement to Commercial Travslers. Ths liar will bs always saprdled with tbe choicest a snare besido the path often traversed againit crime through the proper lefrom mine pockot book." I have recently opened In Richmond a large and braada of Llojiora aad Cigars. complete Planing Mill, and am prepared to furnish could BOtaelldot oafergoat. for by the enemy, but just as he wm cack- gal chaanels; and the other ii the erery kind of "I leaf daa tea dollar," said Motea. "I ling with satisfaction be blundered in- summary suppression of lawlessness BUILDERS' MATERIAL! Stanford Female College. COUNTRY GENTLEMAN! tm lote a tea dollar pill mit him den." to the trap himself and wm held fast. by the strong hand of popular indig THE BUT or Till MCLODISO In this emergency along came the nation the Camriaa .method, m it STANFORD, KY. ;WiU job takejaa V?" aaked, the lion, who called out, "by George I were. It the written' law can not be aa he get ta tbe doer. purceaeer, Wcatkerboardliijr, Flooring, With a Full Corps of Teachers, what's all this?" ''I'm fast in coy own made to prevail, then the peoples' law 'Itaaoi you nay do up it? Doors, Natjli, Blinds, Intus, The Country Gentleman la the lesdlne lournal of the universal success of wolf.' "So must take matters in hand. What This Institution will open Its Thirteenth Session ef American agriculture. In amount and praett. the gentleman. lie it a pe- trap," humbly replied the on the 2d Monday In September next. KuiHglcs. Mouldings, KtHlr- Brown's Iron Bitters is simcal value of contrnta. In extent and ability of corI see. I came out here expecting to juries will pot or can not do vigilance The Judge. culiar frendt rait rae. respondence. In qusllty of psper snd style of1 pubply this : It is the best Iron lication. It occudies the FIIUT rank. It la be WRTH, A'C ALL THE BRANCHES OF A help you eat the hyena; but, m the committees must accomplish. Crime lieved to bare no superior In either of tbe three SydJtn flit in Stick, preparation ever made; is chief dlvlilons.of As I sell at prices auch aa ths abora articles can be hye- in Kentucky must be put, down oven compounded on thoroughly bought In Loulsrllle, Cincinnati, or other wholeTHOBOUGBENGUSHCOUBSE Lett than a year ago, when a Vir- case now standi, I shall help the sale nouses, I am aure I can make it to your adFarm Cropa and Vrocetiem, Horti na to eat you." "But I set this trap if the mob is compelled a take matchemical and r . scientific, ginia murderer bad only twenty-fouvantage to patronise home Institutions. I am Are taught, aa well aa culture, and Frult'Groiclna, Lire also a practical by your advice," protest.ed the wolf. ters in band. This would be a fearmedicinal principles, and HtocH,and Dairying, houri in which to prepare for tho MUQIC, TUB LANQUAOEB, DRAW. ful alternative, but it is an alternative docs just what is claimed for Whllo It also Includes all minor departments of INO AND VAINTINO. tcaflold, a clergyman wrestled with "True, you did, and I advised your rural Intereat, such as the Poultry Yard, Entomolit no more and no less. for you u well. that Gov. Blackburn is fast forcing ogy, Greenhouse and Urapery, Vethim for a long time in hopes to tee enemy- to set one And am prepared to furnish designs and esllmatea erinary Replies, Farm Questions snd Answers, difference to rao whether I upon tho people of the State. Odds ii tho S for buildings and all kinds of scroll work. Fireside Beading, Domestic Economy, and a him weaken and prepare his soul for JudgThat I am doing no small business, can be of the News of th- - Wees: Iu Market wolf or hyena." Moral The lawBy thorough and rapid In Tuition, prleea range from til to ISO In th ed from the fact that my bank account runs from complete, and much attention Thursday, in Louisville, Henry the great change. The prisoner wa eat regular Departments. Primary, S23; Intermediate fa paidare unusually 11,500 to 12.000 per week. to the Prospecla ot Cropa, aa throwing light assimilation with the blood, yer gets bis pay noi matter how the Tyler was arraigned for trial for the Preparatojy, K0, and Collegiate, SM). Contracting and building done promptly and at nil; upon the moat tmpotant of all qiieatlone When calm, but obdurate, and) the minister llrlog prices. Address it reaches every part of the ' to Buy and when to. Bell. It la liberally lllnitrs-te- d suit goes. murder of. Toahua Gregory. It turn finally asked : and Is Intended to supply In s contluusllr In C. H. STAFFORD. For full particulars, aa to Board, Acaddreae system, healing, purifying Johnny's Composition, Ska Lion. ed out, however, that in the indict Haiti. 8. O. TKUKIIKAKT. Prlnclpnl, creasing degree, and In the best sense of the term, "My friend, can it be that you do Stanford, Lin coin Co., Kj, and strengthening. ComA Livo Agricultural Newspaper. "The see Han don't know whether ment tbe name ot tne victim wm X883. not see the gulf which yawns before mencing at the foundation lie's a beat' or a fish, but his 'tale votee spelled "Johua" instead of Joshua, The Volume of tbe Country Oentlemsn for 1M2 you?" it builds up and restores lost ! was greatly EMLAKQED by Increaslag. Its slse the full ticket in favor of the fish by a and the indictment was dismissed. from 16 to 20 pages weekly. out theterms still con-- 1 in no other way can "Look-a-herhealth replied the raan.'M itLVHTlUTED. tlnueaa follows, when raid strictly In advancer lasting benefit be obtained. Successor to Saugherty A Hyde, One copy one year, ft.ftvi four copies, 110, snd an he squarely faced bis riiitor. "There's large majority. He looks in the face The murderer is still iu jail, and will Thla popular Journal la a rare combination of litadditional copy for the year free to ibe aenderof erature, art and fashion. Ita stories, poems snd tbe club; ten coplea, SJ0, and an addltlonsl copy a heap of betting going on outside as like a ingerrubber cat, andliis ulster be taken before another grand jury eauys are by ths best writers of Europe: snd Am tr- STANFORD, - - KENTUCKY, for t he veer free to, the sender of the club. rv Dearborn Atc, Chicago, Not. 7. ies: Its engravings rwaaess the highest srtlsUc exSTAIl new subscribers ur l"83 paying In to hqwd'd bear tarseH'on the eeaQold. ik just like it wuz varnish, and they but he trains the much coveted time. -- MaxoracruesM or- from I have been, a grtat auflcrcr cellence; and In all matters pertaining to fashion now will receive tha nsiier wreklr tram re a Trjr weak itomach, heartburn, and It Is universally acknowledged to be tbe leading ceipt of admittance to January I. 18)3. without As long m two weeks ago odds of ain't no pockets in it. See limn has aud lince the weapon with which the Cppepila In Its wont form. Nearly authority In the land. The new volume will concharge (Specimen copies free. "o Addrcaal ereryihlnr I ate ran me di.lrtii, tain many brilliant novelties. Fine Carriages, Buggies, 93-- a.UalgEK TUUUtH A HISSI. three to one wm offered that I'd wilt mustashes, but tha shave all the rest crime was, committed, has been spirited end I could eat but little. I hare Publlsheis, Albany, N.Y. tried eYerythlnj; recommended, have of 'em, and then wen tha open there away and the witnesses have all but when the hour came." PERIODICALS, IIARPR's ran yaua taken tho pmcrlplioot of a doitn mouth you make up yore mind that one disappeared, the chances for his but cot no relief until I tihyilclani, "Is it possible?' took Drown'a Iron Bitten. I feel . .... SI 00 Harp r'a Weekly. nooe of the old troublea. aaa am a ... Ilarper'a Magaalne. i'And I pgtmy brother Tom up to you'll never ask 'em to ting any more. scquittal are extra good. ....' 4 no I am getting much new man. 00 ...., Harper's Barer 1 aa atronger, and feel SCO go .around and fasten all such bets, They wouldn't make primer donners. Tee Tiiaaa above publications. a railroad engineer, and now make A country tellow stepped into a 7 00 Any Twoobovo namedMM, . SEW VOlllC. 1H8U. caa not trlpt and he's got $1,000 depending ou how Bee liana are bald and for fear you fruit or much regularly. of Iyour wonder.. 160 Harper's Young l'rople In prali t too store and invested in a nickel's I Harper's Mogaalne, Uoreoeoole hsverrsd THE SUN" during the 00 mightn't think tha wuz, tha spread, ful medicine. ..5 B.C. Mac. I act Darner's Young I'eools. f yrsr just now passing than aver before since it waa In about half an Ilarper'a Krknklln Square library, one year, first printed. No other newspiperspubllshsd on the bald all over 'em. If I had to be worth of chestnuts. "Poor man J Poor man I" 00 (S2 this side of ths earth has ever been bought and hour he returned and handed the pro Tostage free to all subscribers In ths United read In any year by so many men snd women. Brown's Iron Bitters That's all right. J, want to be- a see Han idtj ruther be a wale." Elatea or Canada. We are credibly Informed that people buy, read one of the nuts. "What doss prietor does not contain whiskey and like The 3un lor the following reasons, among lieve I hare beeu forgiren, and I Golden Days. Tha volumes of the Bazar begin with tha ortt others: , this mean?" asked tbe dealer.' . or alcohol, and will not Pecausslta news columns present in attractive number lor January of each year. When no time AND PHAETONS. wan't to think I'm going straight to "I thought that you came here to remarked the customer, "that is the farm snd with IheerrateatDoeelblssccorsxv what a mentioned. It will be understood that, the subteeth, or cause blacken the ever ha. Interest for humauklnd; the events, the scriber wishes to commence with the number next heaven, but I'm uot going to shed attend your mother's funeral," said a only sound ohestnut I ' found in the snd after ths receipt of order, headache and constipation. "oT'aLL KINDS. deedsnolstiie misdeeds,methe wisdom, the philosophy. aon.i senss, ins imposing lour, auil knock my kneei together man to an acquaintance whom he met Tbelsst four annual volumes of Usrper's Bssar WAGONS tbs tears It will cure dyspepsia, indinoosense all the news of the busiest World at In nest cloth binding, will be sent by mall, pint and thought you bad put it in by postage paid, or by express, free ol expense (proWe manufacture Carriages of all descriptions, present revolving In space. and play booby and let the crowd at a show. "Well, yes," he replied, mistake. gestion, heartburn, sleepHecsuas ueoola bavelearoed that In Its remarks workmen and using I am ao honest man and vided lbs expense does not exceed one dollar per employing only wnlnmat fop S7 np vnlutna. rsons and aSalra The Hun makes a Tom "I was called to attend the funeral, don't want to take a mean advantage material, and sell at reasonable concerning only scoop brother, Tom's pockets lessness, dizziness, nervous Cloth rasee for each volume, suitable for bindSguree style, workmanship and material conaie practice ol telling ineminssxxcsiruia to ins pass g but when I arrived I found the eircos daya In has stock in rae, and that itoeVi s ing, will be sent by mall, postpaid, on receipt of of Us ability three hundred and ility-nr- e WM. IrAUUllEKTY. debility, weakness, &c UU (GaJ) Banner. Athens of a fellow." the year, before election aa well aa after, about II each. tbrhr106percenl"-W- ai monSt. In town, so Fconcludod te come here. Bemlttanees should be made by ths whslesss well sssbout the smsll fish, In the ey order or drill, to svold chance of loss. Address ss plainly and fearlessly aa when y ' You know that in. Arkansas you can Uie onlr Drawn'! Iron Bitten made by NbWS. "Joseph Welsh is an old lusher, , supported by Articles of Incorporation face ol dissent general approvaLsave The bun has abBrown Chemical Co., UaltUnor. Croued IIARl'EHa- - BROTHERS, New York. solutely no purpose to serve, the Information oa wrapper. k red liact and and, like many a good fellow, he Tha fatal Soap. go to a funeral any time, but let me of lta readers snd tbe furtherance of the common good. f thinks he can monkey with the liquid A Jittle boy went out to swim, and tell you a circus is the boas." Ar everybody's Because It Lincoln County Telephone Co. irso bumbo Isthat Ths tiun newspspsr. noto,msn la IndlSersnt his damnation . without tha 4o!d stuff took a cake of soap with him, and kansaw Traveler. welfsre snd his rights. No msn la so rich that It can allow Injustice to be dooe him. No man, no Sunslimed each supple little limb. And W. Oeo. D. Wearen. W P. Walton and J. W. association ot men. Is powerful snough to bs exMeasuring Uoun. The following downing him. He tried it again aaaoclate ourselves day, and, as usual, he wm run in." when he oa the bank arrove, one long, Company, Kentucky's ltouto East Alcorn, do herebyknowuan ssIncorporatedtogether for empt from tbe strict sppllcstlon of Id principles tbe purioaeof forming right sod wrong. ii stated to be a nearly correct rule for the Lincoln County of Because In politic! It baa fought for. a, dozen tnhM raited and last downward look he gove, and then measuring corn in cribs : Having lev- That is tJU.way a Western paper Telephone Company: and do adopt these aa .ths yesrs without lotermbsloo sad somellmea almost articles of Incorporation, fizht that baa re .innw amoriie nawsisters-th- i into the water dove. And trying to eled tha corn in the crib, measure the states that aa habitual drunkard got business of tho CunilU Tha nrli it populsr sulted In tbe Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. ny1.sbsll be stcllial ldace InofLincoln county, Kjr. otsnlord stat. sgslnst Ibibrsonlsin. sod tor honest rogaiaUhe top, in .vain, alu! he tried leegtb, breadth and depth, and multi- intoxicated and wm takea to the general uature ol the bua neaa propossl 2. The No witter what psrtr la in power, Tbs to I transacted Is tbe e.tabltshment, construction Bus stsnds and will continue to stand like a rook tion by tbe police. Don't say this The onlf 1D running to flop he went so fust he couldn't and maintenance of a telrpboue Hue Irom bun. Inr tha tntereat of ths Deools scslnst ths ambition ply them together, and deduct from ford toMrKlnney and llusumvllle sid such other of bows, tbe encroachments of monopolists and stop. His. . limbs were soaped from the product one fifth, and you ' have language hw no synonyms I bersalur PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING OAKS points ss may be of capita! selected. ecoemesor purine rouoers. stock shall bs not less ths dishonest what we are told almost dally by ear S. The amount heel to hip; he couldn't get a half-waAll this Is In 1881, 18,070 persons were killed than six hundred dollars nor more than one tbou. trlends. One man holla that Tbe Suu Is the best ap tho number of bushels in the ear; for aand dollars, to be divided Into abarea of ten dolreligious neespsper aver published, because lta grip, for every time he tried he'd slip. shelled f of this.- - To by snakes in India and 2,757 by wild lars earn, and to be pal J ratably ou auch abare ChrTsllaolly Is undiluted with cant. Another corn, take whenever required by the Itoard of Directors. Is ths best republics newseepef The water no resistance gave, and so bo strictly correct add half a bushel animals; 4S f09 cattle were deitroyed Bib holds tbst It I. Tbe eorporsrton Is to cuuiuisure on tbe prlnted, be. suss It baa already whipped half of the day of December, 182, and shall endure for la proceeding against beneath the murky wave he found a for Tild animals during tbe by snakes a years from that date unless suoutr dissolved rascaleoutof that parly and hundred. ive everyone Ibe other half with undiminished vigor. A third majority ths stock ol Its members. wet, untimely grave. With thrilling, LeHlstTlllO, CiHClHHHIa HUd I.eX- - byft.a The aBalrsofof the oorioratloQ sre to be con- believes II to be the beat magaalne of general literbecause Iu leaders miss nothIn John F. Potter, same year; 25 ,008 snakes and 15,274 iHiftttii, Uy ducted by a Board of Bra Directors, of wboui three ature exlsleuce. thundering thumping thud, he struck Is current In the world ef daHpfiarPBJJSHU 'S ing worths of note 102,-81- 0 shall constitute a quorum for the traiuactloo ef thwuxht. Bo every thst o( Tbe Hun discovers who, being challenged by Roger A. wild animals were destroyed, add friend first elritlou of Directors shall be one of Its m ny sides tbst appssls with particular business. Tbs the misty, moisty mud; and turklea were paid by the governripees held en IheSin. day ef December. Ibil, and the Pryor in I860, named bowie knives to bla utiog. tbe thereafter shall be fattened on his blood. We dedicate WASHINGTON CITY, regular elcctlonelu December of each bold onNone force to In leIndividualUtile Utter you will obervs Ifyoualresdy kuowThsbun year. first Baturdsy m the weapons aud a locked room as ment in rewards for their destruction. then eves before. .t Is a thst Connecting Iu same depot with fast trains lor but shareholders In tbs stock ol ths corporstlou If joudu not already know The Vuo.'reu will find this little hymn to little boys of supshall be eleglble Directors, and any Dlretor It to be a mirror of all bumsn sctlvlly, a is dying in the poor the battle-grouTho finest building on this conti ceasing to be shareholder shall vacste his pfflce ple limb who soap themselves before farm-houthe choicest products of common esoee JNTexAT se Tbe Board of Directors, a quorum coocurrlng.shall and Imagination, a mainstay lor the cause of boa-at Muskwonage, Wis. nent Is the Roman Catholio Cathedral Denver Tribune. they f wra. havs the power of sppulatiuent and reuiorsl of all government, a sentinel lor genuine Jefferson nrcmaary tnaruglug suruls a they shall 300 years a The Sireet Route te Lynchburg, Dan- sucbproperly conducting tbe businessdeem the Com- deuiocrecy, an scourge for wtiaedueas ol every "Now, my dear brethren, we will of Mexico. It wm built of for uncommonly good Investment lor species snd 'UghI'rexelaimeTBrown, "I pany ago on the lite of tbe Axteo temple, ville, Norfolk, tbe ronilog year, proceed to sell the personal property highest amounlof Indebtedness or UsWI-IS. Tbe shall feeeae to death; but I've I used by the ton and ul'iect TEHXS TO MAIt. SVHSCHIHKHt to which tbs Cumpaoy shall st suy of the deceased," said a preacher in and gold wm Itself la uot to exceed four hundred dollars. The several editions of The Sua are sent by got to die sometime," he added, "and ncmeroher that stamina, vital energy, precious stones by the thousand b. Its 1. l'rtvste property U to be exempt troucorp mall, postpaid, as follows. Ail Virginia aad North Carolina, or wuaterer you uiav Hickman county, Teun., at the close UAILY-Mrsthe delta. mouth, IJ.60 a year, with I might as well die that, way as any. rbooee 10 call iba rraUtaot Jwr whltU S. 4 member shall hare tbe right to withdraw Bundsy edition, 17 70. i'oinis. oruameoiaiion. of his funeral oration. baltlea agaliut the eauaea of disease and For tickets aad lurther Information, apply to from the Incorporation at auf lime after other." "Much better," replied Fogg, death, la Un rraud aafeifunrd of health, WKEKl.Y-- ll the Board of Dlreilors shall determlue ajear. Eight pages of lbs best No tuitler how shattered the ijiteia usy jour Merest ticket otflce, or address the Mr. P. Delhaunty, 412 Water at., It la tbe gurrtaon otweak, hujoaa fortreti, Ibe aiuouut to be reielred by sucb mrutbrr ou ata matter of tbe dally Isaussi an Agittnllurss consolingly; "you'll have such an exJAMKM O.KKNNT. the true policy b frouiexcfwesofipr k!tul,)lieOr0 aud tho it waxea unetiuallsd merit, wsrael repofU sad withdrawal. Usnl. bouthwestsrn Agest, Ia other lutestlmouy whereof, we have hereunto, la to Uiruw la relnfureenients, literary, scleutlfic snd dosusetlo latelllgence make cellent chance to thaw nut on the oth- Louisville, Ky., says: "Brown's Iron nun Invlftorator will secure betltb ind h S10 W. Mslu ok. Louisville Kv. wordl, when such aa emergency occuri, our names, Ibis flu day ol Drveiuber, HI. Tbe Weekly Buu the newspaper lorthe farmer's Bitten, tlkA). D. WIUUEN, Bitters cured me of dyspepsia aud tilaew. Be adTertUeuiiot. For ! by commence a eoureo of Hoauller'a to wheat C.W.HMITH, W. FULI.KH, houaehold. M. TotluUof ten Wwith 119. aa extra Boston Trans er side, you know." and Dcalrra, W I'. WALTON. KNULANM, 1. copy free. Address Usn'l lasa'r Ag1!, Osu'l Maaaaer, for aale by Druggleta Almanac for DM. Y. City. i- W. ALCOKK. general debility. IVnnjr A'McAllster, SUnford, lOJ-- tt apply for floettUer's PublUherTheoun.N Illchniood, Virginia. if. cript mi-I8fc- irrarmd Tnttf tlttt. On K7. AT COST! OXsOSEOTTT (tore-roo-r GrXWX? nelnceon-alrutte- Anei-relle- dirt-roa- d med-Ir- Ant-el- lt i9-l- st "hand-rne-tlovr- CONFECTIONERY 1 iffiPfPJij drmU IS h BAKERY! .... J. IKAKItlS y t, II pur-cha- is. ST.ASAPHHOTEL - bo-gi- PER SEE HEBE! -elghl-pagfifty-si- -- first-cla- ss Scml-TVcGkl- MYERS HOTEL, EY. TBSMB: j tu PLANING MILLS! 1831 CVJ?H 1883 The Secret Agricultural Weeklies. oafcr-goaTf- ARCHITECT, . TERMS MODERATE. aum-ma- ry Harper's Bazar e," WM. DATJGHERTY .. tnt-rit- ;r ... THE STTZKT , nuiubers)......10 tlrst-cl- 1 nnt-cla- go-in- post-offi- trade-mar- HOSTIFEns vsr-di- govern-mtn- y one-hal- A SOLED TRAIN twenty-f- nd, be-lie- bitter5 YorK.. store-hou- st ty uua ? "I Bill Njt't Eiyagimtnt Brotm. hfcve just received a letter from Th Trick HhtCtHon Butintt. A my friend, Bill Nye, of the Laramie and accomplished Lydki E. Pinkham, of "Vegetable Compound" fame, and THCOLD CHURCH BELL. that tho wedding will take place on Tbe following outs represent tho proprietors of two pairs of pants,, and RlBf en, rlnf en, rwtat BtbbtUi Will nozt Christmas. To bo sure, I am Thy mallow lone t t to br, the little girls they marry are old wo expected at tbe wedding, and I'll be 1 waa a boy libra Brat Uir M men before they are twenty years old.. In maid upon injr tar t on band if I'caW seotire a clean shirt In our In tboM dur day lon put nd coo Occasionally one of these gosling mar by that time and tho roads ain't too Whta portm' bar In Injlah ;!, bad. But I am soBuwbat at a Ion riages turns out all right, but It is a Tit mafia of thy aMth Ion, Awrk rmotlona dttf In In. clear case ot luck, if mere were a what to get as a suitable present, as Ixin( yaara barf ttonft, (nil t liar ilrayad law against young galoots sparking and .Department, and aloor. with them we Bill informs me in a postscript to his HofleastelnT" Out o'er tb world, fir, far away, give a few items in general stocki "It vas a nigger, Herman, ud hie marryisj beforo they havo all cut their Bibles, albums, ro layd letter that gifts of Bat tby tut tonaa hat round On Try kmly fUbbtth day. nicklo-plateteeth, we suppose the little cusses pickle diihes, chromos name vas Intra. My When rtrolllna; o'rr tbe mighty plain with frames and the like will not be erery'vofl says he vas de best nigger would evade it in some way, but Uiero Hprtad widely In lb naptopled Writ, JUch Sabbath morn IV bunt thy itrln in order, as it is utterly impossible to in de whole gousttry arottsd, ud I ought to bo a sentiment against it, It Tnlllnj th wa.'rora day of ml pawn articles of this kind in Laramie advanced him cloding, shoes, brovii is time enough for these bantams to Upon th Rocky monntitn'i crtat, ians und a dollar und a half musket1 think of findiug a pullet when they Tho Bohemian. City." Vbcn Chrlatlan haw dt trod, , Jn th dwp boaoni of tb Waat AVe are sorry that the above letter, for vich I charged him only nitre dolhave raised tnonoy enough (o buy a 1 thought of the ud worahlrd Oodl which we dashed oil in a carclets mo- lars, und he vas to let mo puy all de bundlo of Jatbs to build a Rlngon,iimtUIll 1"t com again To bur thy cherlahad call to prayer. ment, has been placed before tho pub cotton vat ho makes. Von day I dell But Jhcy see a girl who looljs cunning, Then1 lea of pltarar now than pain lie, as later developments have, en- him if ho gets de find cotton ut de and they aro afraid there is not going In thoM dear tonoi Vhlch fin my ear. tirely changed tho aspect of tho mat- season in he Vill get a bremium On it, to be enough girls to go around) and Jlloc on, ring o, dear bell I ring on I One mor I"t come Kith whitened head ter, the engagement between ourself und he says he vill haf dree bales a they begin to get in their work real To bear the toll. Tb eon n da ar font I and Lydia having been rudely broken veek beforo any von else. Veil, it vas spry; and before they are aware of the And r tbla BabUth day bai aped I aban b ton, and may no mor by the young lady herself. She has not long ven von day Isam, rait a sanctity of the marriage relation, they GlT ear to thee, wtt Babbath belli returned the soltaire filled ring, and vagon und a gouple uf mules, brings are hitched for life, and before they Dear church and ban, ao loTtd of yon, henceforth wo can .be nothing more to dree bales up cotton to my sdore, de own a cook-sto- vo or bedstead, they And ebitdbood'a batwy home, farewell. each other than friends. The promise find uf de year. A gouple uf de have to get up in tho night and go afCHRISTMAS CHAT. which bade fair to yield so much joy bales veighed eight hundred und de ter the doctor, so frightened that they As the Christmas tree is" bent so in tho future has been ruthlessly oder veighed nine hundred. I knew run themselves out of breath and abuse is theyeutbful heart made glad. yanked asunder, and two young hearts de cotton vould bringwenty cents a the doctor because he doesn't run too, He who said, "Suffer' little chil- must bleed through the coming years. bound, so I gif Isam (Jen eeots for, it, and when the doctor gels there there dren to come unto me," was the great Far bo it from us to say aught that und shust as soon a puy it Levi Co- is not enough linen in the house to I yB BBV founder of the gladsome feast ot would reflect upon the record of Miss hen offers roe fifteen cents, but Tonly wrap up a Rising Fawn Christmas, and it is in His honor that Pinkham. It would only imperil her vinks at him uad ask him if be dinks (Ga.) Gazette. we uphold the feast and gladden the chances in the future, and deny her I vas more greener as a grasshopper. Mabiueh on not Married. Mr. i hearts of the little ones He loved bo tho satisfaction of gathering in anoth- My Herman, vot you Gough thinks that it is better ior a dearly. It is a pleasure, a holy pleas- er guileless sucker like us. The dink, after I shipped de cotton I found woman to be laughed 'at for not being ure, to make their smiles brighter, truth, however, cannot be evaded oud dare vas a gouple uf old eooklog married, than to be unable to laugh their laughter cheerier and more muthat Lydia is no longer young. She stoves' in von bale, und adoud seex because she is married. The marriage sical. Let us all, then, properly celeis now in the sere and yellow leaf. hundred bounds uf an old vorn oud that takes all the laugh out of a wobrate Christmas Day. The gurgle of girlhood and the romp saw mill in de oders, und Isam vas in man, like the sunshine that takes all Happy, happy, happy Christmas, ing, careless grace of her childhood Arkansas, de tief. Ven de beople the sweetness out of the grape, is an that can win us back to the delusions are matters of ancient history alone. fonnd oud dey all laughed und said it exceedingly suspicious commodity, aBd . of our childish days; that can recall to We might co on and tell now one vaa a shoke, und I cot so mad dot I ought to give the divorce doctors the old man the pleasures of his youth; thing brought on another till the didn't sell dot cotton to Lev! Cohen something to do. But the idea of trythat can transport the sailors and quarrel occurred, and hot words and for fifdeen cents, dot I vaa in bed a ing to reconcile, a woman to an unpairtravelers thousands of miles away, an assault and battery led to this veek mid de rhumadism. Herman, ed life because another woman found back to his 6wn fireside and his quiet estrangement, but we will not do it. I don't vant noding mora to do mit de it uncomfortable, is as absurd as to home! keep her from eating apples because It would be wrong for a great, strong cotton pianess. Now comes Christmas to remind of Mother Eve's unfortunate pomolog-ica- l man to take advantage of his strength Christine Nilssoa told a Chicago us we may make our lives sublime and experience. and the public press to speak dispar Tribune reporter that Oscar Wilde scores of slipdeparting, leave behind agingly of a young thing like Lyd. ought to liaveTxen taken by the ear, Wolf Trap light-houson Chesapers, numbered "nine." Stillwater No matter how unreasonably she may on his arrival in this country, and led peake Bay, Matthews ceHtyrVa.vw Lumberman. Slippers that perhaps have treated us, we are dumb and si to the first outward-bou- nd steamer. infested"" by a ghostr which- - drives another who shall in your footsteps lent on this point. Journalists who "I think that your people are too good keepers of the e out as treadr-- a' preferred And bigger brothhave been invited and have purchased natured," she said, "or they would quickly as they aro engaged. One wish they were "tens" iner may costly wedding presents may ship Ihem nqver have borne with kia. I know night recently a daughter of the then stead'. Slippers by Rome Sentinel. express prepaid, and we will acfaceTwhile that perhaps a mother, striving hard cept them, and struggle along with that I could not put up with his non- keeper waajslapped ia the sense. He does not appear in Europe asleep) and fotka&n after bore the use upon to make ends meet, will our first great heart trouble while dressed as be does here. That would prints of the ghostly fingers on her your wild young brother, because he Lydia goes on in her mad career. not be tolerated there. met' him in cheek. The haunted house has raiswont keep off the street. Bill Nye London once, and he commenced to ed a decided sensation in the county. Christmas falls on Monday this A New Patent Paint. A party talk to me in his peculiar way. I said year, and severe storms are predicted. There is no farmer who, being able to him : "Look here, Mr. Wilde, I will likely break when the of gentlemen recently made a trip on The storm to own a herd of cattle or a flock of the Squtheastern Railway, in England, wont put up with such stuff. This youngsteis wake up and find their sheep, can afford not to house them with the object of testing the luminos- icjtheticiam ot yours is all a humbugl" stockings filled with chunks of coal. well in the Winter. He may let of a railway car, a portion of the He replied: "Thank you; you are the The morning dawns, and the ity them eat at will from the stack or the first sensible woman I have' met."' household is awakened by the sound interior of which had been coated with best hay that is made, but if ther Balmoin's patent paint. The weather There is a story of an imperial high have no moro shelter than the stack of drum and fife. But it is not war. It is not the summons to go out and being dull, the zinc plates which had ness waltzing thrice in the same even affords, he may come to the concluslaughter the Zulus. Nay, brethren, received three coats of the paint spe ing with an English lady at the court sion, comtqon to all bad agricultural New York Express. daily hardened, were less sensitive in Berlin. She naturally felt, and practice, that farming does not pay. it is Christmas. than would have been the case had frankly confessed herself highly flat tendered him FriAt the Blackstone. Mr. Blackstone was sunshine struck directly upon them; tered by the compliment. LbbbVJ" "mVaW "I did not day night reception a man who flourished several years but, notwithstanding, on entering in Philadelphia, Governor-elec- t sVaH intend it as a compliment," was the an l . .. ... ago and wrote a little work on Eng- Blackhearth tunuel an agreeable equalPattison paid, in his brief adawer. "men, said tne lady some ILvf""""" HI lish law and primogeniture, salvage, ly diffused light came fromJ the ceiling dress, a touching tribute to his parwhat upset, "your highness must be ents: "Whatever successes I may replevin, plea in abatement, ouster, of the compartment and the two ends, fond of dancing." "I detest dancing," have been able to achieve in this life," onus probandi, oyer and terminer,and the advertisements on which were was the still unsatisfactory response. other evils of his time. He would go seen clearly. The hands ot a watch be said, "or whatever positions I have Undeterred by her ill success, our out and weed onions an hour or two were also easily discerned and the attained or may attain, I owe to the fair Englishwoman still prosecuted and then come in and swear a few headings of newspaper articles read. her inquiries. "What, then, may I best of fathers and tho purest and lines, after which he would dish off a Containing no phosphorus, the paint ask, can be your imperial highness' most noble of mothers." , poem on habeas corpus, the was without smell. motive for dancing?" "Madame," The person who makes the longest misjoinder, chattel mortgage, mayhem, was the exalted personage's curt reply, and most fervent prayer is not always Mayor Harrison, of Chicago, being miefeataace or other beauties of nathe greatest saint. An old hen makes "I dance to perspire." while dealing requested to eeforee the' Sunday law ture. He was at home a loud cackle when she lays a little Grammatically, hash is an indefinite with messuages, messue process, torts of that city, replied that he would not egg. It's not so much on account of mandamus and high certiori. Black- undertakaaoy such thing. "I believe article; mathematically, an unknown the egg's importance as it is the hen's stone has been more largely quoted in Sunday as a day of rest," he said, quantity; really, always swallowed estimation of the accomplishment and perhaps than any other humorist in "but what is rest to one man may be with misgivings unless you see it a desire to toot her own horn. the English language. HU favorite labor to another. Rest is not simply made and know what is in it. Men doing nothing, but is a change. A have been known to march up to the Hackeosack Republican. joke was called the rule in Shelley's Bob Toombs, of Georcase, and he loved to monkey with the man sitting at a desk all week, occu cannon's mouth without flinching; but ! mm mm lex non tcripia and assumpsit. Black- pied witn menial labor, llnds no re be who can tackle a plate of the ordi- gia, was on the floor of the United in a stiff-ba- ck in a nary boarding house hash without the States Senate Saturday for the first bench stone is now dead. His parents also freshment are dead. They were cut down in church on Sunday. The Sunday of cold chills creeping down his back, time since he left that body in 18G1 the Puritan fathers was beneficial to deserves to sit on tbe rim of a cloud to join the rebellion. He has been in Boomerang. their youth. them because they spent tbe week in with harp, and twang hallelujahs for Washington frequently since then, Justice: "Mr. Snicklefitz, you will outdoor labor, but men of sedentary but could never be induced to enter all timo. ,. , please come forward and be sworn." habits need'to reverse the usages Any etatod' that "the odo?.of tbe Senate Chamber. It ta being Mr. Snicklefitz (who i an exjuttice' attempt to compel the people of ChicaA JKnoxville, Tenn., inventor an himtelf andU upto "muff"): "Chudge, go to be pious will fail, and it ought musk, of which tnehmpress Josephine was very fond, still clings to her bou- nounces a contrivance lor pre'venting I like not dot." to." doir at Malmaison, though the walls, tbe lower part of men's shirts from "Justice: "Why what's the matter? A Mouse's Nest in a Horse's ceiling and floor have been scraped eettiBsrlteo .Wck up. --The disposition You and Mr. Birstow, who will be Hoop. A staid old family nag be and cleansed and the apartments fumi' of tSe majeelilrt to work'iCa 'iraylup here to testify directly, were the onlonging to Wm. Jorres was brought gated repeatedly." A Vermont farm toward the scalp is welli known. TbLs ly persons who saw the assault, and to the shop to be reshod. The hoofs er says that is nothing remarkable. Knoxville inventor must be an angel. And a Thoroughly Equipped we are depending on your evidence." had grown very long, leaving hollow It has been the same way with bis Mr. Saicklefitz: "Chudge. I wo'd We see' that General Belknap is grooves beneath their outer rims. On clothes and his barn since he met a like dot Parstow to destify first." back in Washington again. So long cutting away this shell to make a polecat there, Justice: "Why do you wish him to as the republican lamp holds out to foundation for the shoe a hole was no testify first, Mr. Snicklefitz ?" John S. Martin & Co., produce burn in that city "tbe vtteet sinner" Where Xvery Product of the Country ticed underneath and the attention of dealers of this city, .are about to ship may not only "return," but yen ean Mr. Snicklefitz: "Fecause, Chudge, ii bought and sold. In fact, Mr. Koster was called to it. He into Glasgow three4 enormous cheeses, be mighty sure he will. dot Parstow ii a nubcal, und If he we do a General Exvestigated, and found six young, livr j j each weighing 2,000 pounds, made at change Jiusl- destify after me, he wo'd make me out ing mice closely nestled within the A Chicago efeap advertises for sevness Whitesboro, N. Y. Tho weight. pf a liar." hollow disk. San Diego Sun, pantabons. through'our encheese is CO pounds. eral steady girls, to krp on the commercial Gilbert Watton Patrick, tbe oldest tire line, thus glv And an enviow serlbesays tbaf a fel Maurice Bergen, of Monroe, La., James Lpton, ot Glasgow, is the purjockey ia the world, was buried, in iofr our trade an advantage low who can't help on his own panta Kot usually found anywhere else. New York city, Saturday. He was felt a premonition that his death was chaser. The cheeses will be on exhi loons fcoughto be ashamed, to in good health up to less than two near. He spoke to a friend, declaring bition in this city before shipment. . girls to,uo JMi!pprigsiw A Large Line of New York Paper. weeks ago, He caught cold at Jerome that he would be dead before Decern shoe. 7 f ft Blotting paper, which not merely Park, and died of pneumonia. He ber fitb. He was laughed at, but his SomethJBg for tbe domestio circle- -It response was an oiler to bet a 876 suit dries but removes a freshly made ink rode- - at least 2,000 horses in over isn't always the flower of the famiraces, winning about 4,000. In of clothes as he was a tailor against blot, is prepared, according to a Ger Now on Exhibition.' ly that makes the best bread. pluses, stakes aau maicnes ne won a coffin of equal value. The wager man paper, by passing thick blotting Why is love like putty and. paint? BRUCE, CO. for owners upwards of $3,000,000, was made, and Bergen won. Tho paper through a concentrated solution Bet losing over 1200,000, and yet loser provided a handsome burial cask of oxalic acid, audi then drying .very L Because it covers a multitude of j j faults. quickly. et, according to agreement. ATTMETWINTI'KONTS." died very poor. QT.A.liTFOieX). 3C"3T. City Boomerang, wherein ho informs Twe4y Mentlsg, Deeeisber 19, 189S me that he is engaged to the beautiful "How do jouBtntdecettoa'piiscirt vill come oud dis year, Misdcr said Herman, as he dwted off a shoo box and arranged an overcoat on a pllo of clothing, "Veil, dot vas a plsness," replied Hoflcnstein, "vat I don't like to ex- brcss myself aboud,und ven efcrl dink uf do money vat I advanced, und vat I nefcr get any more, I gets so mad dot I feels dot I vill die riehd nvay mitde aboblexy." "Who - vas it avindled you, Mr. Nioe-ta,t- Bnifia EMor M Earlf Harriogtt. hi of the unhappy -s FOR THE- - marri-age- Jlldeeiretocall a,re the tesujt of green human calves being allowed to run at large ia the society pastures without any yoke on them. They marry and have children beforo they do mustaches; they are fathers of twist before they are HOLIDAYS Collars and Cuffs your special attention to the W 16E Furnishing Goods la ornamentation and finish Is unequalled. which for util ity, durability, THE FLUES ARE EXTRA LARGE, perfection in operation, taste ! ia Adapting the Range to any kind of fuel. The Fire Back ii sections. As tho center burns out muoh faster than the ends, this piece three can be replaced without the expense of the entire back. Ventilated Chamber behind the fire box, which protects the back from intense heat. The Broiling facilities are superior to any other Stove; tilt the grate and rake the coals ea broiling grate, or an independent fire of charcoal built on it, if desired. Many other conveniences are attached to this Stove, which I ask yon to examine before buying. I also refer you to Mrs. Sr, T. B. Montgomery, Mrs. W. T. McKinney, Mrs. W. O. Welch, Mrs. O. H. XeXtaaey, Mrs. 8. J. Embry, Mrs. Dr, J. B. Owsley and Mrs. O. A. Lackey as to the advantages the Jewel has over other Stoves. Very respectfully, ft hen-hou- se. Clothing, Hats and Caps, W. H. HIGGINS. doll-bab- rirLX- - Gloves and Ties, ANNOUNC'MENT. :1882.. j ..H Dry Goods, ' Boots and Shoes, GHENAULT, SEVERANCE & CO. i it ' light-hous- IlRTejHNt rccclTcd n very Ihtrc ateck eT I FALL AND IViNTERDRY GOODS' fl ym' Rubber Goods, CLOTHING, .'. Trunks andValises, BOOTS, SHOES, in S y !' 1 3STOTI03STS, '"''. i Ma, ,1. 1 uf ,. i 1 .... ImiBBV Hats, Trunks, ' ' ! ' ... , lli11 vw "Bruce's Bound Bosom" Shirts, Valises, &c, &c. This is one of the Largest Stocks that we have ever had, and in if will be found many new and desirable goods. We invite the public generally to come and inspect our goods and learn prices before buying elsewhere. non-suit- - Underwear, THE BOOKWALTER SAVB AND DURABLE! Juii riK ENOI.SK Holiday Goods, SOME 3,000 hkmm:. IN ACTUAL tJSE. loOrlw anl Ballad Work. It" I. I ! ".. PRINTING PRESSES CORN SMELLERS, Grocery Wood Niuvn, Cetton GJiiiN, Corn MIIIn, mnssHNlJ ' bbbbbbbKLKik XUcvtatorHi Department, Feed MUIn, llmT ' an . Hay I'reNHeM, i.nl ii Creameries, ImtkeN, e. a,1' Call Rt ThelHtcrler JoHriml Office HHd Hceeue efiha desirable ItaglRca 1st epcrHtloti. ItetueHiljcr every i:hkIh hHM etirKHHrHHlce. , Waiay to all purcbatar; that vifuaranlaapur Iloekwalttr Koclnulo ta wall d1 aubtUsllalV ma4 lobiala.iluipl.luriblaan4oouiplHln la work vallauil (Ita tb full avr V mak lb al clalufcl wbn propulj attacbadauj lumbal luaraoUa. aui aall on lb follow. Id codiUiIob. vln wlllltlburcbwrtbStalsglaarurth arrltaloflb Koglqa to l Ii a fair and ntUfatlor trial) luiaialha huilua fall to coin nplo our uariDlr. will Ilk back th CoflD, rtluod amy dollar raitltcd on tb Koflna, prurlilrd lb uttbaarr rtluroa tb EdiId to hi sure railroad lUilon. and Iraru II tublrct u uur ordrr b? tb cloaaolaald SO daja' trial. ' Ctrtimlr Do man twill kfer mora liberal oftartsdcqiilrait Tpwer EoiId ' tMt Iteutlltt ;-.- 5,-0- Christmas Goods WARREM In!'.0" Yiiora ai-uor- a rvcr I'uwcr rugio bugiD '."" ."If1" aau lVi"r..M. iwuar ..mmm LOOK AT OUR PRICES: and Hollar ....... ...,. .... .. -.- ...JM. . . ....,...,.....-.,...,..- .. ' rorrurlbrloforoillooanddcrlpllriuipb.Ut,,aJdrtba 03tf JAMEM LEFJt'EL. ana Honor . DallTartd on rara at M.... . .1110 00 ' 210 b 15$ 00 . . . :iotBiiSTo"hl7-- luaoufactarari, A CO., MnrluKHeld Okie. AT'- --