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TIE INTERIOR JOURKAL
FRIDAY, i i i MARCH 8, 172.
AS etmmunifnlimu, tiikrr nf an aJifo
tint r htuinm ehnrarirr, tkold k acr.
I Hll.TOS eft CAMPBELL,
JJn 1., Stanford, Kf. .
TIm nrt nous enrols, fa inlshed vary
innrk lid sand atone, snd fa m siovllewl Imi
tation of that kiwi of mrk.
Richard, tlw youngr child of th late Mr.
ferehC. Craig,! quite ill of Inuamalloa of
lh braioj. ,
Th "mlnnd" folk kar t into oareourta
I I m, m th f'haacery docket, praying di
Tore iiM ttatYiaisart, What aest ?
At Iha rooldenrs of lbs bride's nlher,by
Rev, A. 0. Rash. Mr. Jum WIIob of Iha
LaK.ll R. to Ml Little Jveeius, of
HMck . la FrtaM."
rtamhy, (MM of tha young wie who ww
la oar Jail but work, fa sick, aad kaa beea
tended by Iha physirisa of tho prison. I la
Mr. R. M. IHmua and (apt. R. O. Craig,
raptared a wry larg rrd Ibi recently, with
their park of hounds. Wt mw one of his tret
and ll a at large aa thai of a rat Terrier.
Tha spring term of Iko Lincoln Clrrait
C'oart will comavsncs oa tha Sid Monday (l.h
ilar) of aril stoath. Bo for, only a nsoderal
docket kaa been made.
I aaasaaall Dry.
Tha winter past kaa bora Bans-ally dry
ao aiark ao Ikal many cfa'erne have ant km
half (Had wilk water, and tha roada wrrt at
no tiaw ia very bail condition for travel.
Tha lower rlork la an, and tha largr hall,
wrighlng nearly lono pounds, will ka hung la
short time, ll ia mad of Iha Inert bell
atrial and ran he heard ait or arm mile.
Wa hav had kaa auathrrs of eenisua hanis
and saddles shipped to oar msrkrt Ihia winter
lliaaasusl. We sopposr thedeer arc less plenty
la Ksntreee county Tenn'oan.
Ktsnfurd kaa erven dry roo.1 suirrs, fire
grorery stores, two tin if atom, three eonfer
tiuueric, and two eating aalmina. Hlit has alao
Tke Wkral Crop.
, Notwithstanding th severity of Iha avl
winter, In ahirk wa had much fleeting and
thawing alternately, tha wheat crop, almtad in
weary arid where it waa sown, iuuka Surly
Ry nrvrr lutiked better.
The brwar eke. on our new murt kouaa la the
hamlonsasal piece of an kitertura we hare seen
anywhere, aal the painting ao closely rearm
Lira atone, that ll kaa the appear n almost
rlsrtlv of that malcri.il.
I aiuat n-k bit ruatontera In coma forward
and acltle their accounts, aa I ant greatly in
need of money to pay what I owe. I kope that
all who are indrbtrd to aia will herd thia no
tice and give roe ai.l. A. M'N'N.
9f aomw it will bo tteeedingly gratiiVing
to oa to recriee tha paperauf ourownanditlher
Htalaa, ia rli-hang t thia joumal. I'ra
of all political ahadea of opinion, will hara a
hearty wekoaie oa our Hat
Thia Irihunal waa ia analoa both Mnnday
aad TuaatUyrmha Uirkat tie debt aad liu'ga
tad eaaea keing rather larger than ordinary; al
though tka matter In liligatitm wera not of
A UmmI lnpr.
Tka Paria Trmt AVnrweavia la among Ike
a bleat aad kaet eondurted paMra which comea
tooaroSea. Like tka A'aamray vt'Wuai of
Daaeilla, It kaart tha Impreaa of akillful man
agcaMot Hurcnaa to both.
Nerer, ainra 1H38, kaa money been araropr
thaa it kaa kaaa tut tha paal year, and It atill
eantlauea, without proapoci of being any bet
lee anoa. ABbundant karraat akaM ran lift
tha burthen from tha people. Our adrioa la to
take your county paier and keep out of debt.
A New Paper.
We hara received tha 6rt ropy of tha
lan'ma hi ana 'a Admteatt, a large, ably eon
durted paper, publiahed at Jarkaon, Tennniii.
Il la tha omcial organ of tka agricultural eoa
giaoi, and deaareoa auecaaa. Wa ahall be (lad
to plan it on our exc hange Hat, "
Il waa ra nan red aometirae alnca that Fount
alia Brigham Young, who burned himaelf out
i4 tha Caaay eoualy Jail a hw weeks ainra, and
who waa meanly wounded ky tha officer who
arreelad him, waa dead. Thia waa aa error,
lot ka ia alowly raoorcring.
tf Plralilal lr llarveml.
A few yaaia ago ther war not a half diaea
it kouara la and around town. Now, ther
muat be Iwenly-av, aad Duty are all filled
with good creek We. Thia artii le, ao cheap
and olleat, fa a luxury w all anjoy ia tka
hot day of aumruer.
Ta Mr. J. R. Alford, th eitamaive coal mer-
ckant, tka manager of our pukllahing offio I
Indebted tor a prearnt of aome vary au parlor
block coal If IbuiaaapaclinMiorMr. Alturd'e
aoal, wa bow Badmtand wky It I that ka ia
kept buey delivering U about Iowa.
. Flaa Mark.
Mr. M. t. Hughm uib.hu a Ikal ka wiU
ataad Ik oWbrated trotting bona, Variuonl,
and Iha apleadid ran kora Baj Di h al tha
alahla of M. C. Portmaa aaar Uiia plao. A
ram opportunity will baoDbrdad tboaa of oar
mram wko daalra to iaiproe tha kluod and
apiad of Ihair Muck.
A BVrg Bails.
Il awuetimss cost pretty dearly to kill a
dog. Wa understand that aoai weeks sine
nun killed t In bound lhal belonged to a
gentleman liviBg-aear Crab Orchard, and the
result before a Jury wa f,M sjamagea, to be
paid to Iha owner by Ike man aha killed Ibe
What kaa harran of the Mn of Onnd Tarn
plara, aklek, r a'tlaw, bid hlr lo da aa atnrk
good la anr tnanr W do aot hear of
their averting, being held a often aa Ibrmerly,
and we fVar that a epirll of apathy preraila.
Wa wlak thai thia anhn Order woo Id eeUhli.h
a klg In errry hamlet, wiwa and city la the
land. Na other encloty of man fa cairn laterl to
do ao mnck gnnd lo Iheir rellnw-men. Thia
Order kaa krea directly and Indirectly th
mean of roaming ax in ealnahl annla tmm
daatrnctina thaa any other one Order ear
alnna tha raliglna of ( nrlet,
Intnlicatlng llqnor ha been th mean of
greater noetrwetion to human life thaa war"
lamina, and peatilenc combined. The long liet
of namea which go lo awell Iha death rata In
all awr kirge el t tea, canard hy tha Da of mm,
would utterly aatnund th moat incrediilon If
that Hal con Id ha made known and clear to all
who an Ignorant of h facial Many hard thinga
hare krea written and arxken of "Brick" I'nm
amy.adilorof tha L loiaVaeval,bfll,kow
rewr mnck ka may have diarreed emaun la
many Inatancea, It I neerrthrleaa tma, that by
hia pea and InAnrnca, he hdma much good
hi th cane of tern peranca' and humanity. It
fa a antorlooa fact that Mr. Pomerny would
aewar employ, or, al leaat would nerrr keep
ia kiamploy,a workman or aa employ of any
kind, who aaad lienor in any form. Tha -ampl
of aurk a man mil only doer great gen
eral good, but fa Worthy of all com mediation.
So far aa we aca concerned, la conducting our
ppr, w Intend to .ll..w hla good eiemple.
Thiaoffica oil not tern eyahrna Wa hare
agreed Iha ana with the other from the edi
tor to th boy who worka th roller, lo ignon
Ik aa of Intoiiratlng liipn,and hy precept
and eiample teaih our frllow atea that indue
try and ruhrieiy an th aurcal airana of auc-
Aa Rami WlaaL
Whan la Mark Twain? Ha he brea alerp
IngT Why baa he not riven una TVaea article
upon th Eal wind' Wluibul Mark enuld tell
oaall about Ita pemirioua inflirrncrar Come,
Mark, let aa bear from yoa 1 Aa Kaat Wind I
Wky, tkelak won't bile whrn il blow.! (hune
of all kinda II doling ia It hiding place I
The chimnere amok, th rhir wilt aot 'draw,'
nor the lr place either. Ntock will aland
ahieering under ita baleful Influence all the
day king! I Inland I out of temper wife in
a had humor the children an crnaa, fretful
and peevinh, end nothing arrmalo go right ao
long aa ll continue.! Hiiiridc an far mora
frequent on daya when the wind ia In the Kaat.
ll ia, truly, aa "evil wind which blow, aohody
aay good." For our part we wiah that kind
of wind could be abnllahed from the earth. Ia
I her ao Hi Patrick to do the good work with
il, aa he did with th fnani and makes of In
land T If au, our prayer ia, come, H. Patrick,
ennta, and aim qui. klv ! Kor lour king dare
and night thia terrible wind haa been raging.
Our room hasbeca tiled with erookr Ilia In
wim'l bum the fare nf our friend look kmg
and gloomy, and, in a word, an Kaat wind is
a poor InetitilthtflaaviMM
On all the turnpike leading out nf town,
for a mil or more, quit a large number of
dwelling have been erected, In aome instances
thry are very iuixlmiue end substantial, and in
all case an neat and comfortable. Among
the mora noticeable an llie reiaVnrea of J. A.
Lytle, Tb.miaa Kichards, Ilcnry and Namurl
llaiighman, Kqr, nd thai of Dr. (icorge
Ms IkiSerm, all nf which are on tlw Somerset
ro.L On the Iauiville the rveklrnce of
James Oieene is, in our opinkm, the hand
sonicjtt fraust dwelling ia the county, and the
outlngca of Judg Haufkry, J. W. Uilhra and
KeT. II. T. Arxlrrron, an neat, atyllsh and
imttr. On the Crab Orchard road, arreral
taatcful reaodt-nce hare been erected by differ
ent partiea. Th aame can be mid of tboar on
th Iluetimrille pike. We like lo notice such
evidence of taste and Improvement, and hope
thai many other will follow the example, un
til w har a continuoua line of houeea for
niilr out on cither road.
laipartaal Mar Malt.
Kdward Mcl'arty, Kaq., of this county, who
ia a large contractor on the Kliiahethtown and
Pad lira h railroail, kaa sued the Company tVir
orer $oO,OtlO. The basis of the suit is, aa we
learn, that Mr. Mcfarty, under th Civil Kn
gineer estimates, undertook to construct cer
tain arctioa of the rveui, which called for ordi
nary dirt and clay excavation, but which
proved to he late and lint, and hence much
mora difficult andexpensirr to more. He laid
hi n beliir lb Hoard of Construction, but
the Board refused to grant him any relief, kence
the etiit. Eminent counsel hr barn engaged
upon cither aide, and the case premise to be
one of unusual Internal, Kor ear part w an
decidedly tor Met arty. .
Mr John 8. Hughe, Jr, who waa bora
and raised in our town, and who kaa been
lur a great number of years on of Stanford's
beat dry goods merchants, ha remored to Ixiu
isvill and will enter Ibe Urge and reliable
wholesale dry good establishment of Mea. J.
M. Kohinaoa A Co. as a aaleamao. We undrr
atand that Mr. Hugh will travel a great
deal tir hi kouaa, mil only in Kentucky, kul
ia tlvt aouthwn Hutoa, when be will doubtlaa
meet with many old army frienda, he having
tie a a gallant officer in the Confederate artuy,
and waa one of thr choara 100 priaooen who
wra placed under fin at Charleston. W pre
dict fur Mr. II. a aucceaaful future.
Sew Ilaak llulldlatv'
Th IXractora of the National Bank ol Sten
tbrd hare purchased of Mr. Polly A. Alcorn,
her Urge, two-atory Ira proof brick building
ob the couth aid of Main street, the lower part
of which they will ll up in superb atyfa, witk
all the modern improvement, aa a banking
kouaa. Vault, offices, Ac., Ac, will all be aj
mngud wilk a due regard la comfort and al
ganca. Thia building I in lit vary centre of
trad, and ia, by far, Iha beat location la Iowa
lir their business. Huch uterpria J worthy
of commendation, and nisei credit upon the
sagacity of th men who conceived aud carried
out lb Idea. The Increasing buaineae of Ihfa
bank demanded such a change.
Bajr Your liardeu keed Naw.i
W invite) attentioa lo lb advartismnl of
Mas. Duna A Owsley, druggists, North aid
Maia st rest, who bar for ml fresh aud genu
ine Landnth' aaniea seed. Wc know whareof
we siieak, whrn wa say that their seed are all
fresh, being lbs produce of last year's crop, ll
fa very important lo buy only freak ssed, aa
many kinda will not germinate after th aao
Tka Hue for hUerlo.
Hy nferruo to our columns it will b aen
tliat W. U. baumlers, tbs prassul incumbent,
ajinounoss himself as a candidate for re-sis otion.
Kumor fa to the sflec lhal we ara to kava
quite a auaihvr of candidalaa for the office of
sheriff. Why don't yoa announce yourselves,
I'ader th na apportiunaMat, our Cong
aioaal IHstriot will b No. I, and eoasostd of
th following counties, lowil: Wsyus, Pulaski,
Lincoln, Garrard, Boy Is, Merosr.Urwa, Adair,
Casey, Madison Taylor, aad Kussrll, aud coa
tains population of 1I00.
A llttl ana of Mr. T. Q. Jaapar awl with
(earful accident 1 lew daya ainca, while onl ia
tha wonrb with kb fcther, who waa Irlling a
trer, a branch of which at rock th llttl frllow
, onncn or en, "v--"
' . , JT 'L V
, wound and oatwang th. blond mfc, la j
irmlng manaar. Th low of blood waa
ermtnally etopped and wa an glad lo kear thai
th llttl fcllow I npHly reooTring.
Th National Bank knildlng which waa to
tally eVotmyed by In during (liriatmaa, fa
anw bring rapidly rebuilt oa ta aameatte. It guilty, bat we, Ilk many other of oar rlti
wlll prearnt, wbea eomplrte, 1 rrfnahlng eoa-, arm, an Inclined to doubt it. At anyj raw,
rraM te the nrard aoaolaUoa around It. It la the mm le loo email to riah a aoaeictlon aa
hoped Ikat other wbe Inat kuildlnga by th lb old maxim fa tha true and good one, thai,
aaoM Ira. will M o tha worthy aaamol of
thia enterprising eorpnratlon, and thai they
will kar aa err to th material aad coostrue
li'ia of Iheir kuildlnga, ao that Somerset my
ant b again laid la ruin by th Ira-fend.
John Dunraa nf Wayne county, who
waa married a few day ainra to Mim Matlie
Ntone, at Crab Orchard, Kentucky, paned
through thia place en rear lot home. May sue
cess attend tkee.
I. O. fl. T.
Total ataainence fa the crowning feature of
rVanrrart. W bar two Icrigr of tenod Temp
lars, on controlled hy Rer. K. . W. Kjnersnn,
W. C T, and Iha other by Col. Tho. S. Mir
row, W. G T. Both ara ia a lourishing cia
dllion, and ara exerting a great influence lor
good in thia community. Mora anon.
A Sloe Laark.
Rilitnra, like other d.lka, become hungry at
time, and a kungry man fa alwaya in a had
humor. Walking along Main street the other
day, oar young friend Tom Ihjdda, of the saloon
of Carson A IhMt, Invited ua in to teke a "bit
of lunch." Of enure w walked In nd had
aome nice pig's feet, cracker, Ac Much aa
excellent lunch we kava rarely, if errr, had.
And it only costs yoa tea cent! Try iloae
lime, and yoa will an the Idly of paying SO
or 7ft crnt for a "equate dinner" that don't
"go" aa well as that.
W. P. raiaakrll, Kaq.
We dip th following notice from the Hef
ner: Kails fteM, published at Kldorado, But
ler county, Kansas. Mr. Campbell ia a native
of our town, and w rejoice to see such manl
fewtatinoa of confidence in hi integrity aud
ability aa a lawyer.
Theattomeve and buainean men of Kldorado
have nnanimotialy signed a rcconimendation
foe the appointment of W. P. Camilwll, an
attorney of thia place, aa Judge of th 13th
Judicial district ,
. Mill al Large-.
Th three aaea who came here en me weeks
ago and swindled Col. Koye Hlewart out of hi
In grey aiare and f 10 in money, and Mr. W.
U. Bamett out of aume money, left the day af
ter, nnd only one of them haa been arrested.
The others are at large, and we presume an
plying their rascality on aome other Innocent
ami honest partiea. Pity 'lis that all such
gentry cannot be overhauled and md to pay
th penalty of Iheir crime.
W mail a ropy of our find issue to a num
ber of merchants and othen living at a dis
tance, in order that they may are what kind of
)f we propose to publish, nd fch naediiua
wc can afford them for advertising. W hope
that each one lo whom a atAUKr.D copy learnt,
will not only remit us two dollan fur a year's
subscription, but also send us in a card tor in-
acrtion in our adrertieing columns. Our aim
is lo benefit you lo adrance rottr material lu-4
terrats, aud it fa but fair that our effort should
Wt tak pleasure in rrfering our reader to
the advertisement in our columns, of our old
friend t. S. Proctor, of Kmnklin, Kentucky.
We hare recently made a thorough examina
tion of bis "Peerless Be Hive" and can assure
the puhlis thai it ia, in our Judgment, just
what he claim "th heat bee hire oa the
continent." We do not Insert this as a mere
"ih lper put," but mean j vtaf a my,
and hope ourfrimd who desire good hoc hire
will send their orders Immediately, lor Righta
The Old Baak Balldlaa;.
Mrs. Alcorn took, partly ia exchange for kar
building sold to th National Bank of Stanford,
th banking kouse now occupied by them, oa
Lancaster street. We learn that, after the
change ahall have been made, Messrs. Hill A
Alcorn will occupy the old bank as a law office.
It fa a very suitable place for an office and w
hall b glad to greet them as neighbors on this
aid of th street.
Oar Waolea aad ttrtat Mllla.
Ia the west suburbs of our town wc hav a
eotnpkt woolen and grist mills, now in full
running order, under th can of Mrs. B. and
R. T. Matlingley, lessee. Corn, wheat and
rye are ground by these mill at all hours,
ither dy or ngrht, and all kinda of woolen
fabrics an made here, including Janes, linsey,
plaids, fl sane Is, blankets, oarpsting, etc etc.
Knoourage home industries, for In benefitting
them, we benefit ourselves.
sw Cell rare at Meatleellsj,
We learned from Mr. IL II. Uibaoa of
Mootiorllo, Wayne county, Kentucky, that th
enterprising citiaen of that place intend lo
erect, the coming apring, aa elegant new col
lege building in place of, and oa the tile of.
the one which was destroyed by Ira last year.
Ia additioa lo that, soma of her citiiena will
red handsome resiliences. One of our blad
ing carpenters baa been engaged lo go dowa
then and confer with them on U.s subject.
W selected Crab Orchard aa a suitable laid
from which lo procure an apprentice, and ob
tained fleorge from the family of BtnJ. Pherlgo
Esq., knowing uncle Bea to be a Bias wko
would "train a ckild in the way he should go.'
George same lo us "a chip from Iha old block,"
but ia the short spec of oa week kis
aasucial kav mad kirn a perysat "W."
A llttl daughter of Mr. (1. L. Merahoa, of
our Iowa, waa poisoned recently by her par
ents adniiuisleriiif to kar a disss of morphia.
thinking il was quinine. The timely arrival
of a physician, who asad tha usual antidote,
bellsdonaa, aavsd the child' Ufa. Why will
people keep polaoa about Uwaa aalabslled?
Let this be wernlag to all.
Wa expect to devote at less! oa coluaia of
oar Journal lo agricultural matter, and il will
afford ua great plsasurs to rsosirs all first -class
papers awl at ag alines treating oa this matter,
and we promise their publishers sad. editor to
giv tluHa uvh editorial atsatiua at will fully
uomptasaU toes for auch exchange.
Our readers should notice th card of Dubois,
"The Hatter" la oar advertising columns,
and gtv him a call whea la Hi city, if they
waul a good bat aud ( perfect ll unrutexl
Two ynnng men, named Bachenm and
llambr. froaa Pnlaekl eonnty, Kenlncky,
cam Into oar errnnty reran tly, la ararrh of
work, and karing a few carta krtrit alrkela In
their pnekata, anea of which thry attempted
to para oa anm lad la parrkaring a frw ap-
c p. oa Com. Ml pnrrhaei
P; hT rr urnrtrd by oar
m m mmMnf r
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In Jail, In deftinltof bail, taapprar at the April
arm of our Circuit Court. Thry claim to
hara received th ait nickel la part ekanga
hf a dollar, la th purckaa of a few erarkrre
and anm cheear, which they bought at or near
HiietonrilM, la Ihfa eoanly. Th knya may ha
"It la hatter that nmrty-nlne guilty mea anotiM
escape, thaa that on innocent mea akoold
antTer . W kop thl josvir will pnrall In
Ihia, a In all other raaes and thai if they
should b Innocent of the char, they may bt
W learn thai arpm ofnnr profWinnal mra
object to Inserting their cards la a newspaper;
claiming thai rl b opposed to Iheir "Code of
Kthten." Now w consider Ihfa a are- nf
professional behavior, ft mea of rr-pnifee-ion,
with the exception of the ministry, have
from time immemorial, advertised their bnai
a, Inratioa, Ay., In the public print of th
day. W are no reason why th doctor or the
attorney hould refuse to print Ike place and
character of hi buslneaa, any mora than th
basin man of any other kind houkt do ao.
It fa, la oar bumble op in ism, a mawkish and
(bread entlmenulity which influence our
profesaionals In derlat from advartiaing their
calling and the place where they may bt found.
Th wisest, beat and moat learned mea in both
profession hare, sine printing begun, placed
their rani permanently before the public,
through the medium of newspaper advertising.
We ainrerely hope thai thia mawkisk senti
mental ism will al once he abandoned by our
atora liberal and ertlightened professions! men.
New Froaa Other H(laa.
W kop to be aid, by th kind assistance
of frienda ia other metiona of oar own county
and in ajoliiiiig counties, to lay before our
reader all general new which mar bt of in
terest. Buck report wa ahall try to hare
every week, and thne mak our column an
tpitamt of "th new" from all point where
our pier circulate, and render It popular
everywhere. We do not drain long, tedioua
article, Kar such ara rarely ever read. The
greatest nnniber of idea In thr fewest words,
fa what we desire. No matter bow Indifferent
your handwriting or aprlling, send along the .
'oW'ir'wvia?7.t Aer fo have It pt in gram
matical shape, and will thank any friend for j
auch trouble and kindness. Persona nnacctis-1
-d to writing letter an not always gi.id
ti rVnmarUna, and It ia not cxiectcd that they J
will always express themselves correctly.
To those of our friend who l-.ve given us
their advertising patronage, wc return our sin
on thsnks. Ouch persons deserve, and vi!l
receiv the custom of th public. No belter
investment can be made, because it returns n
ampl reward for all that may be thus ex
pended. Wc hope thai all our merchants and
other business mea and women will drertie
in our eulitmna, and wc promise to use our
beat exertion for their interest. Now is tlie
time to lervrin. ilelft us. and we will help rou.J
We learn that the prominent capitalists of
Monticello have secured the pririlege of estab
lishing al that place a National Bank, With
eapifT"ir SOT,). V know of no interior
Iowa la the (Mate when a bank of this kind is
more needed, and we predict for this new can
didate for public patronage a pmperoua career.
With a Taller of rich land running for miles
along the Cumberland plenty of thrifty and
intelligent farmers with rant herds of cattle
and thousands of other slock, suck an institu
tkm fa necessary to all man who mar trade la
that fin region of country.
I e s
Mr. John P. Harris son of B. C Harris of
Lebanon, who ia dealing ia coal at Pine Hill
Knoxvilw branch, while attempting lo
walk across th (resile work there, which is
about i5 fort high, missed hia footing aad iril
to the ground, killing hire almost bswaatly.
Hia arms, legs and bark wen broken.
This article 1 as essential to the work of ta
editor a any other one thing. The fact is, he
cannot get along well without them. Tha
office, and that of our publisher, are indebted
lo the clever and efficient clerk, Mr. George
Hopper, ef the grocery kouse of Ashsr Owsley,
Esq., and lo thai energetic and enterprising
yqung firm, Me A lister A Miller, for two pairs
of excellent scissors, with which to do oar
dipping. May success attend all of them.
The Ilartlcullau-al Frets.
Ka country is th world kaa an slier axpo-
nent of horticulture and ita kindred sciences,
than our own, and w shall feel honored and
greatly benefitted in receiving an extensive
exchange among thia clam of publications.
n a ahall have a good word to aay of many of
thesa which w har learned, by long experi
ence and observation, to honor and admire for
their scientific and useful teachings.
Ia a Bow.
Nearly all tka lawyer ia Btaaford will, da-
Lug th present year, have aa office on tha
west aide of Lancaster street, ia a row. Home
day, whea they are all la their holes, a UUrai
sms (we believe they ieU It lhal way)ou(hl
to be fired dowa the row, and then the peopl
would be rid of Ihia quarreUoiue fraternity,'
at Wast ao far a Stan ford is eouoertied.
Ws wish lo call attention lo lb tut, thai to
our own knowledge tlw wholesale merchants
of Louisville wen never better prepared to
deal more liberally with our awrcantile peo
pl Ihsn at praacut. They bar purchased for
the spring trade full stocks at figure wbick
will snaMs them lo mil al sstisfactury prices to
all who may give them their pstroaage. W
feel confident that those who will cell aud x
auiiue their stocks and prios,will But go aaay
Another Caa of ralaaala
Wa leara that a lady of our county wa
poisoned th other day from the as uf a duaa
of Crab Orchard halts, which as krea made
ia aa old copper kettle. Of eoura It Bust
bar keen th verdigris from the vessel, aad
aot anr aumuoasnl part of th sails, that
caused the poisoning, a thia kind ef salts,
shea made ia Iron vassals, a il abetlld altaya
ka, fa quit aarmlees and a vary eSsvaMIs
, Varaa. , (
Tk Mala fWiluu? at Ihia pises laves iWst
t teacher. This InsUtuuoa ef learning -sot
bs suffered lo go eVnra and ka '
haunt for es U and bam, whikh, tas "a nv
doubt that a eumitul aitl sft ' oaukl
build up a guod school there If tt'jVu.tr ef
forts wen klougkl lo bear.
Med al herrssidrncein ttih placan rh 12th
of Fehrnary fast, Mrs. Sank C, consort of th
let Dr. Jidin Craig, deewaawsL ia the erHh rear
of kr age, after a long and painful illness of
pulririwisry mnmmptlon. ffim faan a family
of lr ehiMrwn.Jbeoglrl, sd three hoys. h
had krea, ftsr a -Ikiajii
the Chri.tia fh'urf h. and died la th full
hope of a bhward immortality. Through all
kef aafTeringa, ah waa aneemplelniiig, and
kor them with that eoanga and ftirtilude
which only a kop In Christ caa creato.
Th orphans left behind hare the aw set east.
eolation that their Brother who lortd them en
tenderly In life, fa now a mint la gkary. Her
funeral was pram lied at her koare, oa the
evening following, hy her hr breed pastor, Rer.
W. U Will isms, of HustoBTille, from th
text fcnnd ia th Ulh Chspter of Mathew and
12th Trrsr. A large wamouiaa of friends fal
lowed her nmalna lo our cemetery, where they
were lain beet.le her kindred.
. anr Agrai llasrw.
We kar not space to calLatlentioa, la thia
banc, lo all the mlvertisements of tho who
kar come.np witk a hearty rhonlder to oar
wheel, hat in coming Issue w ahall tak pleas
un in doing so, W ask all wko ara ear pa
per, lo read ol th adrertlaewienta. They eoa
tain much reliable information. Wa are sure
that errry on of th business houaea adver
tised ia our columns, fa first -class, and or
aersas ssiaK'sa. Wt kfip to kav a aard from
every business man and woman In oaf town,
hefnn another faaue fa printed.
We call particular attentioa to the artvrr
tl semen t la our column of th aboye excellent
hotel located on th corner of Main and Eighth
street, Louisville, Kentucky. It ks been
newly painted, papered and furnished splen
didly throughout. Il fa enough to my that
the proprietor an Mr. and Mrs. 1. B. Alex
ander, for Mr. Alexander fa lot) well known as i
hotel man lo nerd comment from us.
Otter eft Br.
W call attention to the card of Otter A Bra.
in our advertising column. W know these
gentlemen to be mea of la buslneaa capacity
and keep a splendid rtcck la their line of busies-,
at price suited lo purchasers. The; have
been successful in securing the service of A.
T. Curd, of Louisville, formerly of Pomcrset,
Kentucky, who fa a worthy and businesslike
srasleman, and will be pleased to har all his
old friends call and asthlm at the above named
We venture to assert thai ao place In Ken
lucky is better supplied with hotels than our
own. We hare. In thi respect, all that any
one eoulsr'desire, and their prices ara aa low
aa could be expected for tint accommodations
afforded. In fact, the wonder to ua fa that
tli-y can afford so excellent accommodaons,
in a place ao remote from th city where ev
erything Is abundant with which to supply
their tables. W are glad lo hear them spo
ken of in terms of highest praise wherever we
go in our travels.
Tooth Ache Remedy.
Miny priwine suffer erritly with tooth ache,
and will be glad to learn of a certain and
peasant remedy for this distressing malady.
Take five parte of Chloroform, one part of
(lceril of Iodine, one part of Carbolic acid.
Mix, and apply to th cavity on soft cotton.
Instant relief is thr result. Th ahor pre
vriptton was given ua by Dr. A. F. Merriman,
a skillful dental surgeon, and we know by ex
perience that It fa an excellent remedy.
'TV call attention toahe nxiLireof dissolution
of the firm of Owsley A Bocheeter, Mr. Owsley
withdrawing. The bqsinsss (boots and shoes,
clothing, notions, Jewelry, Ac.) will he contin
ued at th old stand by John M. Rochester.
W trust thst th friend of th old firm, and
the public generally, will extend to him a lib
eral patronage, as he fa a worthy genii" man,
and on of th many enterprising yowae mea
of which Stanford fa proud.
We bar a partial promise from a gallant
young maa who waa aa officer in the Confed
erate army, lo furnish us, occasionally, with
interesting historical incidents of the
Isle civil war. If b should be abb) to find
time to writ them out, w cut promis our
reader some vsry entertaining reading. Wa
sincerely hope he may be able to favor ua with
many personal and general incidents.
Look over oar bosiness directory I Baa what
steps Stanford haa taken in a few years! We
intend to make this a feature of our paper.
Busies men, are yoa not determined to ad
vertise witk o' Wa can mak it greatly lo
your Interest to do to. Tell the people who
and what yea are wjiejvyou hav for tale Ac.
aad the mm will voach ft-uur entire
On tk 10th of February, about four o'clock
p. mn a beautifully bright rainbow hung lik
abroksa arch la th Eaat, retting one end on
th railroad kridg at Birkntond Junction. At
least, ao it appeared front our standpoint
Buck a roan fa very unusual at that eeasoa,
No rain was felling al the time, and w pro
sum il came of 'the vapor which arose from
- Who doe jm love good bessd T Yet how
few of ushavsit. TUera are so few cooks, who
know how to make Ik The nutter ia rendered
quite easy, however, hy using a kind of yeast
cake, for sals by Mesa, ininn irwsiey, urug
gjits. W kava forgotten tha nam of tliit
leaves' o."1', nut U yoa win eau on mess.
I) A a ther will ..-'- yoa th Bni
il to yoa at a triaa, aad yosfail Uak a.
y A Ya Ms Hweeeea' Baa.
Then la a reanactabLt "colored'' Bian, a oiliata
of our town about HO yean of age, who, untill
h ws about 60 years old,waa black as any ou
almoaL For the past 10 yean ka haa been
gradually growing white, untill be I bow
nearly at while aa any body rise. Face, hand
arms Au, are a clear while.
Mr. U of thia place, lold at of a aw and
sAectusl way to ast rid of briara, which all
farastrs know ar pstIfrou things, Th plan
was originated by Mr. a tsrsaer who waa
greatly troubled with thssa. II said hi plan
was limply to "move rT and kav thesa,
At tk last term uf tha Liaaola Circuit Court
our Circuit CaaM Clsrk aad the easas which
wsr duskld, puUished oa a sheet ef paper,
1st Ihs kawansl of allurnsyt only, lie proiMsea
I do to sgsia fortka aomiag April teres. Tea
plea fa a good one, a il aavss kutk sisrk sad
stltsrnnya tauck IrouJbl sad aaaoysnos.
" Aa aawltallaa.
; r Cfcananlt lestuaats ua to satorm kit
am thai ka fa "still o haswU," and
al i si tsWstoreof ttevsnusr 4 Miller.
' A. itidubttsl to ta lat Arm a Chats.
uU a a.. rta are ueortuly rp4tted to CaU
an him ami stttl ua. , .
Owa thousand pound Ina Leant eoanly
Leaf Tobacco at Owo, D. Wrarm's. a
Oawn.ianli aaw style spring hats just re
ceived at fVrr ranee A Millet's.
ttaT Use adrsrtiarmena of David Oarvla
md Carpenter House.
Oofo W. II. Andrson'adrng store for hand-
som, eommoa, large and small picture frames. '
Notice W. T. McKlnaey't advertisement ia
another column. K
WawntDl 10,000 pounds Boos In exrksner
for ararrhandiat at trio. D. Wearrn't,
Boatwraiwa Naw. Pstent shell crap Col
lar In plain black, and black and white for
sale at aTeranc A Miller 'a
Biaosiaa. 100 pairs of three lebrstrd Prter'i
cloth gallera for sal al cost al McAlister A
Tna genuine white tilrer-skia onion setts
will bs found al W. H. Andersou'i drug
Now a th tlm lo buy your garden seeds.
For fresh and genu in seeds, go to W. II. An
derson' drag store.
100 barrels Pride of Kentucky Fsniily
Flour warranted to giv entire satisfaction,
aold for cash only, at Geo. D.Wesrcn'a.
Sntuiil A Mim.eb hare Just received a
Large stock of mens', woaene and children's
LantlrnthV warren feci Garden Pew Is
and Silver-akin Onion Seta fir sale at
Geo. D. Wearen.
Bcvebawcb A Miixrn iaritoespecisl atten
tion to Iheir lanr and handsome stock of
Hamburg edgings and Inserting, Jnst ra
ce irsd. a
Oo to Severance and Miller's and
are their new hoop akirt with Buatle
W. It. Akdxbsok requests at lo aay to bis
customers thst b dWt expect the money oa
their accounts for 1871, kul request that all
who owe him will com forward and give their
Oo to Adam Oenale'e for a mug 'of choir
cream ale or a nice lunch of bam and eggs,
and other Vlel)cacies of the reasna." More
over, you can buy any quantity of hissuperior
als, at Louisville or Cincinnati price. He fa
agent for Templeton, and can sell yoa a bottle
full or a thousand bottles full, if yoa want
Last Monday was lively day In iMnrili.
Th crowd on our streets nil dsy was Urge,
end th streets wen filled with stock of every
description. The truth of tbe matter is
Dsnville fa getting to be a great stock market,
and it destined to take a high rank as a tra
ding point. In addition to the regular trades
from this and the adjoining counties, we aaw
arreral new fecee on our street, last Monday,
prominent among whom wen Mr. 8imm, of
Washington, Mr. Malotie, of Logan, W . II.
Fant, of Warren, and W. B. Moore, of War
trace, Tennessee, buying and telling stock.
For particulars of tha "days' doings," we re
fer lo the following reports of the auctioneers:
By A. O. Talbott, Jr. 14 head yearling
mules to P. T.Gentry, $126, 1 psirlmoles f274,
1 mule $160; 1 mule $160; 4 mule eotls, com
mon, $'i&.A; S-yr. old steers, good, $49; 24
do. t 'Q tM-sieer. K. 20 i-rVH;
yealings $27; 4 common calves $lXo0i 10 do.
iSt?l 4 good young calves $23.75; IS common
1-yr. old $20; 10 common yearlirtO.lO; 6
common S-yr. olds $2f.79 t do. sIs; horses
$00(2 $120, and good demand; oxea $35 to $90.
By W. M. Carpenter 18 ealrea $17; 1 yok
good oxea $87; 1 yoke first-rate oxea $140; 13
yearlings, medium, niules $d8.50; T common
calves $10; 21 good ysarling extra do. $'J6.S0;
I yoka oxen $101; 1 mare $80.!M; 1 do. $80;
1 plug mue $70; 1 pur mules $225; I pair ex
tra good mule $371.
By T. D. English 20 bead good t-yr. old
terra $17.75) 18 head eommoa steers $90.08;
8 calve, common, $12; 1 scrub calf $10; SO
head calves, mixed lot, $29.75; 1 lot yearling
withdrawn, $48.50; plug horses ranging from
$50 to $100. Admah Sid, sVttaw.
Mr. J. E. Bruce, on of car prominent Bock
aca, kindly offers to assist aa in keeping our
reader posted In regard to talc of stork, Ac.
He reports sales by executors of tbe Isle Hem'l
Lusk, deceased, near Lancaster, as follows:
Aged mule sold from $87 to $225; yearling
mult $497a. Hogs-43 60(74 00 per 100
lbs: wheat $1 toper kiiahel; corn $i tO
lo I 75 par barrel. -
Mr. John & Dickeraoa started aoath on
day last week with a bunch of mule, th prop
rrty of Joha BlodghiU Esq.
Thia ia th third lot Mr. 8. kaa aoal to that
market during the but few months. W leara
that he got fair price and mad aoal awary
Whllsisrs' Bnalaal i
Wkitner's Jfssisaf Gaeatfor March ia a model
number. Mr Whitney gives us, in th leading
article, a very interesting description of his
adventures 'Down the HuMiasipi," through
New Orleans and Harana; and although he
psoas somewhat beyond th boundaries of mu
sic, w think it a pleasant diversion. There fa
also an abundance of music la this auaiber.
"Our Horn over There" fa a vsry good song,
and the quartette, "Welcome to rjpring" is
pretty and appropriate. Thea ws have a sacred
hymn, two bur part gleet, two Sabbath School
rboruses, a beautiful march by L. Mathiaa, en
titled "Boy's Military March, and "Hylrsa
Walts, by Frank M. Davis. The ( fa only
one dollar par year, but ll i worth tea time
thst much. It fa miw sen "'nth on trial
a or specimen supy with pa
list for 10 cent. Address the publisher,
W. W. WH1TKET,
"rWec sf Musk," Tessas, OsU.
. Off far Loulav lllc t
Ex-Deputy ri Is riff Dan Miller was oruVred
lo appear in th 7uraJ Court at Louisville
bat Tuesday, lo answer charge of assault and
battery, prettied by cna (proline Withers, a
woman of color. Th assault (T) was commit
ted whilst la Ik discharge of his omcial du-
V- . . t
New Trrwtlle Wark
Th trestle work at Port Logsa fa ia prapar
raaioa of rosuoval, witk a view to kav lug it
rebuilt with bettor aud stronger amterisl.
Tbe rail-road company are repairing their
road along th ulire lis, and by th opening
uf suuuner will kave the aame la aaurlkuil re
uair. Ko road has fswsr aexiaeute to human
III thaa this, under Its sale Bnangmeut.'
Thaw fa a negro maa living ia this county,
wkokaaidluk about W yr of age. Ue
came kors srsr SO year sgo, ' frosa Virgiuia,
and claiuss k kav sera Ura. Washlugtua often
' and to srtain rnsay tlUalunsu lhs"sUsr
ef kis souotry," aud of tbe war of th trsl
I mnslutiua. Hi as as fa Mik Wilson, sad
was eace Iha prourrty of Ur. Adam Wileua,
i forsmrly taf this cvsatr.
at. EsMtM tlaewa attal Mata Bark,
Th inquiry waa chiefly for fair to good
mule, ftora Id to IA hands high, for shipment
In the snath, principally, allhnngk there were
several hnyot froea Kentucky and Ohio,
Pmnsylrsnla waa alao baying, hot rrry lightly.
Horse wen la moderate bwiwand ly, amstly
for work stock.
Msi.aa-lV mntea IH kamfahlgh at llUto
tirsV, til male 11 to IH hands high si $120
lo 1 tfti 1M male U to I ft hands high, tm
to 1120) m email mule al WO to 0i 11 1
work korass at $70 an $145; 180 ping korara at
$.10 to 78. Al, Ansis far .Sirst Aapsriar, Fat, 2.
M. IsMta Meek Market.
Mr. O. W. Alford, one of car most enter
prising trader, kaa promised to furnish ae a
statement Wi ssjmislly, nf th markrt for stock
t St, Lonfa. It will b erry acceptable, don ba
les, to all ear trader. We publish oar of
th item In our faao Ihfa weak, Md Invite at
tentioa te the nr.
W kar received a choice lot of garde
and field and from th Department of Agri
culture at Washington, which ar Intended for
gratuitous distribution to those inrrabrrtof
the Farmer' Club who will promis Id given
them a careful test thia season and report the
result to the President of the Club, Mr. John
ft. Murphy. The seed can be had hy calling
on H. T. Hsrrs, Secretary Lincoln County
Tha Trotting Hon Aaaodslina of th town
of Franklia, Kentucky, will hold a Hots Fair
at th Fair grounds snairtiaw ia th apring,
th net proceeds of which sr to bt sppropri
ated lo th Improvement of th Franklia Fe
male College grounds. W kop it will be a
complete rueecss. There will bt anm fifty
In young horse la training here at thai tints
and donbtlesa will bt mad vsry interesting.
We take pleasure la lefering our readers lo
the sdrertlsemenl in oursolumnsof Winter
A Krao. They kar oakand a splendid
stock of gents furnishing goods, and have beta
fortunate in securing the polite and eoartroos
James F. 8m Ilk lo wait oa yoa. Giv thsat a
Itepora of tha Condition
The Farmers' National Bank
Al Sua 14, la Ike mats of geelsrkr, at asms sf lasaV
nass rsarssry I7IS, ItTX
. lt,sa) m
, IM,nns m
I, in no
V. H. In sseurs Olrrtilstki
tlue from HMeemins sihI fO tt. Agents.
Ius Anm other Nsttoasl lUsks.
I'Uf (TflSB SUIT ISOlks
Finn k I u House
Current K . ...
l"r-ni I urn. i
fssh Hems, fBrlHStss stsmps,.MWH.H.
nillsnf other rtstlousi Hsnbs
f'rsrtlorjsl Currmrv, taeliHtiiia sUfcris,....
Lsssl Tender Mutes.. , m .n. n.
raettsl Stork. saM la, tiM.M m
Htirrlus Kus s,J4A 00
iMiSl. , !,:) m
Nsllonsl Bsnk Ctreslstls. selsiandusx, H4.W 00
lullvidiisl lspitU...w....MH..HMH..HM Si,liil W
Pus lo Nsllonsl Ranks wnM l,tll IS
lies Is Other BsoJu snd Bsnkeri. .)
BTATB OP KEHTt'cTtT,
Omnly of l.lornln. f
I, Jso. k Ovslejr, (ashler eT The Pansm Hstlonal
Bsak of Stsntird. nr., So solrmnljr swssr Ihsl Ihs
sliors ststesrjot Is Iras Is tee host of tar kaewlsdss
MO. a OWHLIT, cash isr.
Xnhsrrlhrl asst swom to heSies sis this frth 4sr sf
roonuw. IS7. jna J shkitusasTa, a. p.l
Csrrset St lots rr"
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OF THM CONDITION '
or , .
THE NATIONAL BANK
At Stsaara, la th Bute sf Keatsekv, el the close sf
bmmusbb eoorsor, 1 1 iu, his.
Leant sad slseoeaul...
. lltl.TII It
V. 8. Bonos lo secure tlreulatloa
Pus trass tUlormiu so Koaerve AsjsoU.
llos rrote other Nslitiosl Hsnks
Hue front ether aaak one) Usahsrs..
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sf lUsuSiml, eo auksunlr aroar thst tbs so. stsle-
sMat Is tras te las host of sir hDuwlrlss so usnn.
Jkiu. J. UiBoMKfira, csssisr.
Ihioarrthol as4 wra M helors ass this 41 h sr of
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vTsisAiiiitse Eursushed aad lilted new
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retail seless. A ssnll aueseal W sssa hy saaerasaas
Na tho shore if sirs shea afcsn la ssssawaKtlar
To tha Tetcr of Llarola Ccaaty.
HAVINO FILLED THE OFFIOt F
rlhrrilT ef this county during the peat
term : and thsnkiag tlw peopl for their Mitt
port in hrraling m to thst lesponrlhsi peri,
tion; I now dec is re myself a Candida W
re-election ensuring them that 1 shall, at alt
limes, b ready to serve them faithfully faj my
ohVia! capacity If elected. r- , - .
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cniehsm i as. . maa a .
Bsera Hams P a ,. , , - I f llt '
sees Mass " m . .la.,,,. a tWJ Jm
rasalssa, Irish e .,. r
Bssas, Mary .. . J
Clrvsr aVerl, a-d..- I 3 . ;
norsr, nsppung ...; SS SS
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avasraa Pamasssff sTsr
Dissolution of PaitaersHpa i
I !'!. 1 ' - f I .tin . I .! mmm A
fW. P. Owsley ami Jna. M. Koehrsterter, andrr .
the Irm nsme of Owsley ft Kornesrer, fa thM
day dissolved by mutusl absent. . ,
- All persons owing us on sccoemts! er Bote '
are rcqiiastetl to call snd settle thent imssedi-
. i w bs Mil i av - - .
fwsnford, sr., March ata, W7X r i
I aiislar WlfT 1
l(ot,. h- lur.
Rorhester, who returns thaaika la hia Went,
lur the liberal tsttresusre keswtrdora kssitwwei .
una kim, and solicits tcontinusnce of tit. .
? lake'aleamtr In rtconmaaVfing Mr. J-k.
M. liochaster to mr friends md hbssTI in
generally, and knpe T.er witTeaatiBae their -
iietronatre lo biia aa to tne ana er trwsiey a i
kojchealer. W. P; OWSLEY. .
N. B-T. RicUrds will Bill aeeaay kW
place In the house, and waste Try assa, te
maa and child in tlie county te call aad sac
him before the Arstof April.
K. B. Caum. K. D. rmtasrreav
Boots, Shoes, Notions,
Oils, Fain to, Produce, Salt tto,
Maia Street, Btanford, Xy. ly
CB4S. H. WIVTKB.
ad Muutai r e , "
GENT'S FURltSHIKG 60051
Keep on ka'nd a largo varletr ef PIBCB
UUtXai for CL'KTOM C8E, which t
ws wiU rll at price to
suit the liasra,
South West Corner Third and JeBrrson Mreeta, .
under office Hou there Mutual Lit lnswr
ano Company, Louuvilla, Ky. 1-as
A RMATiTi PAIllM.
W WILL SELL MY FARM COXtkH. X,
,k Js tHi.
... .1.. awv .o.l jeiWusel tarsmika
rued trrs miUstrs-s! orrrusloavUl. xJ
nLrTrYwi it wall improved; as high elste
W rliyatloa j ka twe yaung proknisls as it,
CaU oa me al my koma or Aklram ata soar
of Interior JooWomcr.
tf --, am . r .,.- Sh
8. D. MYESSb
Essl W.iarhrat,87AKX)KD, KKJITfJCKa'
Kswpt euoataatly aa kaad
tf silt le order ah art aoilea.
rPKEPAKKU TO FI'KNINH VILTt'HK
fcaexs aud mirror plates af all striae ami
! . A" Bind ef furniture erisursoL.
I . Tsrai eaoh ar thirty daya with usite, i
tlsbie aud pasols at on uf the. BtislnrJ
Usnks. . .
1 M. U. A II those iadvlited hasasara mi.et
I to ems, Bsrwariicd and aettte vu imne-disislyj
I ly f: l. MYt.li i
MBTAXIO OAJ3Edli . .