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FRIDAY, I I MARCH 15, 171
timcf of iiKturintf liif tc'mJ ia
Ineoot etad eroding Wrtntie to mb
Mrilft1Jf MW, after this date, we
foaki Hi fcflowtnf liberal offer I To
each subseriW who desire K. and will
mj n at tlx ISim of w Waiting aad pey
faig tl asoney (W), irt will fly 19 fi
fe In pUnt of Dm Kirtlana Raptary
wbica I large), early, ltd Tariety, and
perfectly elidou. These plant, alnnc
a m ftul rorta the price of oor paper;
. bate hare buhI auch arrangement
. wit nntrM an to Jusriljr n in nuking
' thit ofbr. Our olyeot ii to circulate our
.l t Jownal all onr interior Kentucky; and
Meflbrtacnall be epared to accomplish
'. K. The plant can be had by ordering
. i . flben'frou our oflcov " - .
V -'l . i 1 - '
'. llfTUI - ClaHaamtl.
' These are rival dtiee In erarr aenM ot
CiMrord. , Their merchant, try to rival
. ' aa other ia their effort to enure trade
frees difArent asofaona. The one i our
jetrepulii, the other our aeighbor. An
Iraent, earneet rivalry as oomroencUble.
We like to Bee it. Competitioo i the
It keepe opposing force at
brurhteo up the idea of men.
- In ma one war eaa the merchant of
then rival oitia add more to their bus.
Bee mooch than by judicious, persistent
Mlvertiaiag. Our paper will moke week-
lyvtaiU to aliaaet every (tore, (hop and
Areaide ia Central Kentucky; and thorn
who adrerttM with a will And it the
t investment they could make, eonnd-
arisg the amount of money Decenary to
cure it We (hall at all time advocate
the aueeaat of those who give us their aid,
, over thuw who hare not the good
and ludmcnt and enterprise to do so.
Our sectioa of the state Is now in clow
CMmnnicaUon, by rail, stage and tele
graph, with both of then cities. Our
lenliant and other needing supplies
the Barm, un Brenae, ere., go etuier
Co "the one city or the other for them.
tThe wkvolesale merchant who advertise,
whether he live in Louisville or Cinrin
' Bad, has a decided advantage over those
-who are Ian thoughtful and enterprising.
. We hope to secure many standing cards
' from merchant. Ac, in each city, and
X those whe 'speak first," eaa secure ad
vantages over those who are tardy. Try
mreorams a few months, and if you find
5re are not benefitting you; then, of course,
Take year Ileane Paper.
The tallowing a taken from the edito
rial column of the Ladj Book fo
tha present month: "What tells us so
readily the standard of a town or city a
tha appearance of it paper? And it
youth or it age ean be as well determin
ed by the observing as by a personal no
tiee. The enterprise of it eitixen is de
picted by it advertisements, their liber
alitytby the took of its paper. Some pa-
' per show a good, solid, healthy founda
tion, plethoric puna, and a well-to-do
Appearance generaly, other show a
atriving to contend with the grasping
thousand around them, trying hard to
wrench out an existence from toe elote-
fiated community around them. An oc
casional meteoric display in it column
of telegraph, or local or of editorial,
bow what it eaa do if it had the means,
bat it cannot continue in thta expensive
work until support comes, which ought
to be readily given. A newspaper is like
a church; it wants fostering in the com
mencement, and a few years; . then, a a
noeral thing, it can walk along, and
reflect upon it location. Take your home
paper; it give yon more new of imme
diate interest than New York or other
papers; H talk for you when other local
ities belie you; it stands up for your
rights; you always have a champion in
your borne paper, and those who stand up
for yon should certainly be sustained.
Yonr interest are kindred and equal and
you most ria or fall together. Therefore,
it is your interest to support your home pa
per; not grudgingly, but in a liberal spirit
ii i I't im Mlba n'-' duty,
but san investment that will amply pay
Ax extraordinary oast which cannot
mil to interest the medical fraternity,
is reported in tha Troy Tunes. A pa
tient in tha insane department of the
Marshall Infirmary, who bad been coo
fined there upward of two yean a a lu
natic, was attacked by the smallpox, and
Aer the run of the disease, recovered not
only hisbodily health, but hi raasoo
also. He i now apparently a sound in
mind as to bud, aad is preparing to go
about U nasal aveoauuo.
A ILABuk ateettug of the citiien of
Jloyle and adjoining eoueUe was held at
tha CourVllouse, in Danville, on the
14th lust; presided over by Hon. F. T.
Fox, th( object of which was to memori
alise the Keutucky latgialatur to re
peal the amend mauls to the Uouthern
Jtailroad charter, addtal by the Senate.
Apisnipriale itsadutions were adopted
andiurwaded to Frankfurt.
Iter. Dr. Chat, Taylor ha beea deliv
ering able sermon each uight during the
jsreseut week at the Methodist church.
The YstansM euharii tha lata B. 8.
Pruritus, uf MuaMasappi Was that migra
ting yaiikaaspel-baig)fer? UlutmtaA.
Not the day of earpet-baggara were
Mt then begun! People) were hooest in
fit-it early day. j
OtT I! THE HTftflRTS.
IMM r'VeaMa'e Bnae.
Awomta MrtU Kli Iifrherty,
pnorl.f fled and ehiwing with eold,
can' In off the .tree, last night about
eight o'crork, bearing a rhild about a
Treir old in her arms and snu)rht shelter ia
VirwUrfree staUna. Hhe seemed to he in a
vl plight Imleed, and her etory, If tnte,
is one deserving pitr. 8h oame to tha
Stat lart HeptemtW from Indiana, where
he had beea made a victim to man's de
ception, mined and fiirsaken. Khe left
home with a child in her arms and cam
tn this Htnte to seek a livelihood by hnnert
labor. Keecntly she has been empkre1
as a servant at the house of Mr. Meri
wether In the mtntry. Iter chiHl nas
been blind from birth, and for week (he
has hern afflicted with a fcloa that pre
vented her from work. Khe resolved on
coming to town where she could ere the
proper authorities ana uy io aorai
ion into the alms-house, Khe without
haajrage and bedding, and last night she
was lying, with her child by her shm,
oa the hard station-house floor. When
first she was discovered she was standing
on the corner of Brook and Jefferson
street. Khe refused tognthe station, when
advised to do eo, and stood shivering in
the cold wind antil Sirred by the fretting
weather to seek shelter fir her child,
which she held in her arm, without suf
ficient wrapping to keep it warm.
-Weelip the abwe article from the
Ontrier-Jimmal of Tuesday. "Ruined
and forsaken." How often we hear this
cry; Woman' shame Man' infamy 1
Who is to blame T The man or the poor
fallen victim of hi libidinous propensi
ties Yesl the poor outcast Shivering
in the pitiless storm of a winter night,
with her delicate babe pressed close to her
bosom dear to her, though burn in
shame. A mother heart yearn toward
that child. Who will take her m and
shelter her from the rude blast of winter?
Ah I how many auch case w have in
this cold and mlfisb world. The liber
tine may escape the punishment which
his crime merits, in this world of injus
tice, but there is a tribunal before which
he will most certainly appear, and before
which he must render a full account fir
tha "deed done in the bodr." Man is
always excused of such crime Woman
never. Is there no relief for the "poor
outcast"? No relief from the pains of
this venomous sting? Not in this world;
but He who said, "let him that is guilt
less east ths first stone," will rightly
judge the seducer, and mete out 4o him
that punishment which his oflense de-
We sicken at the bare recital of such a
tale of sorrow, and can only hope that
public sentiment and public morals will
vindicate and uphold the innocent vio
la Poverty a Crime?
If it is, then there are many criminals,
for many are too poor to live in any sort
oi decent comfort.
The standard of honesty and excel-
lence, in' the mind of many men, is
-tan.dijffilaal rtt (fcpoo, man', friend. Many"
money fill his-barn full, and examine
his title paper to broad acre of land on
which no mortgage lie; and what a
multitude of (suits are hidden beneath
these things f Wealth hide more sins
than anything else. "He was a poor,
but an Aonest man." Ah, there it is.
"noar" set "honest." they say, a if the
two condition were rarely allied. And
that' the way the world feels toward pov-
ertv. Crime and poverty so band in
hand in tha minds of too many of us.
If men would karn to honor and trust
each other for their intrinsic worth their
wealth of mind and soul their talent,
genius, industry, sobriety, Ac, be he rich
or poor; and a lower estimate were placed
upon each other for their wealth of pun ;
we would all be happier, wiser and better.
Genius would o fierier he rewarded, and
better appreciated. "Poor yet honest" men
would be stimulated to higher exertions,
for they would come to feel and know
that honor, trust and profit might follow
such exertions A man should be honor
ed and applauded for what be is, not for
what he has. It was not your men of
wealth who gave to the world the steam
engine the telegraph, the sewing ma
chine, and tli thousands of other useful
and scientific invention which have rev
olutionized the whole civiliied world;
but men of poverty, who lived in obscu
rity, and under the ban of reproach on
account of such poverty. It has ever
been thus; and, w fear, will oootinuo to
be so, for man by nature, is ungrateful,
and money rule the world.
Keating of Members Oppoeed to the
Senate'. Amendment, to tha Ap
portionment J) ill.
In response to the call ia the F
of the 8th, between thirty and forty mem
bers of the Legislature assembled at the
Hall of the House of Representatives
last evening, at the appointed hour. Hon
Tho. W. Vara on. of Lincoln was
called to the Chair, and Hon, John A
Hell, of Hoott, wis appointed Hecretary.
Mr. Blackburn of Woodford, then
arose and stated the object of the meeting
was for the member to interchange their
view in reft-renc to the amendment
made by the Senate to tbe Apportion
ment bill. He proceeded then to give hi
objection to the amendment, speaking
with reference only to his own district.
He was followed by Mr. Clay, of Bour
bon; Mr. Bouil, of Anderson; Mr. Tho.
N. Johnson, of Green and Taylor; and
Mr. Tucker, of Clark each urging" tha
objection, of himself and bis constituent
to the Kt-nate amendment. At tbe cluse
of the speaking, Mr. Clay offered the fol-
lowuig resolution, which was uiuuiimous-
ly adoiitod a the asos of tha meeting:
Jtwlasrf, That this BMstina do aaranally
rammannil lust In ilouaa of Mureanitauvaa
do not uatcur ia ths heuats auiianduieala la
lb Aiiuortbjaanaut kill, but call fur a CuaiaiM-
ts of loufervueo.
The Buaninc then adjourni
THti W. V
ton A. BBLUaae'v,
Tub Kenton county liberal Renuh
lioan dul not uruaUi the Bounty Con
vention lu instruct their dehsgate. atfaiust
UrauL Jliuse Ubavul are a
Yet -a "liuat'ul lUilk-ak
The Winf tTtisrnV, an admirable
WhtHna; iwNrti o.
"Country Newnpepere." These word en
j clearly define our owkj notiona, that we
, onr eumns, hoping that all
ear reader will paras them I
"The eornitrv aewsiiapef cannot hope,
by it weekly bene, to compete with the
city daily la envine new from distant
points: nor should its editor try to do so.
But there is a field where it can win both
influence and fortune. It cannot hope to
please its patron with a rehash or news
from Washington or Europe, which has
been read a week before in the city daily.
()n the contrary, It would only diwrurt
them by seeing space occupied which
could o muoh better he filled with some
thin eh. What is that something else
which is so appropriate to a country news-
paper? It is foraf nnos. It should he
crammed with locals. Every nook and
comer In which it circulates, should be
represented. Every bit of local new is
read with satisfaction by all. Every item
of local news, however trivial, should be
We endorse every word of the above,
and shall try to act upon the suggestion,
to the exclusion, almost entirely of "for
The Bo4o Rirvrd, another sensible
sheet say on this subject t
"Momentous event are so rare in the
country that the people make great ac
count of (mall ones i and a paper which
supplies a full and agreeable account of
uiese sure oi unerai swrosv. m
record cannot be too full; the 'unconsid
ered trifW that make up the sum of ru
ral life look large in type, and people like
to read about them. It is unnecessary to
add that good judgment must preside
over the work of Catherine items, and
that care should be taken to avoid scan
dal and Brass personalities. These are
piint which every editor must adjust for
himself. But they need not hinder him
in the effort to make hi paper not only
welcome but absolutely necessary to all
who have an interest in the affairs within
its sphere. Demosthenes said that the
secret of oratical power was 'action I ac
tion 1 1 action IIP It is not less true that
the secret of success in a country news
paper is 'locals I locals 1! locals! 11"
Hail Sweet Owent thou cem of De
mocracy thou land of tohncco and hoop
pole. W do not welcome you once
more into the Seventh District, but say
thou art just in time to save it from the
grasp of the fierce Radicals. Owea
thou hast been hurled taca ana mrtn ne
twoen the Sixth and Seventh District
like a weaver' shuttle and we hope that
your day of rest ha not yet come, for
we would gladly see thee back where
thou belonpest. Breckcnridge is no lon-
5er a canuidate lor i eagres, nionrue
oes not edit the SUeomm. The great
light of Democracy of former days, the
Johnsons, Deshas, Morgan, raynes, are
succeeded by old higs and Know
Nothines. Ah, Sweet OwenI you will
find the old land marks gone. Awake,
rub your eyes and look about and you
will see that your own interest now
with the Republican party, the friend
of the poor man. Ittxmghnt btoittmm.
Whoever beard the Radicalpartyaccus-
of the good people of Owen county are
poor it is true. Many of them may
"turn an honest pennjr by selling "hoop
poles" yet this miserable taunt of the
Statetman will not hurt them, they are
above money and beyond price.
A. F. MERRIMAN,
OfEos Comer Masonic Block.
Comer Vlain and Lancaster Btrert,
Produce and Commission
Groceries and Hardware,
TIJ-WARE, btotes OBATES, , Ac
Alwsys oa hand a full stock of
Bugare, Co flTeea,
TEAS, FLOUB, MEAL and BAOOI,
Which will bt sold st class Kuns,
Wholesale or Be tail.
Blaxksmitb's and Farmer's
Teal aad lasplemeata,
MOWERS and REAPERS,
Iron, Nails and Steel.
OLD SOUR-MASH WHISKY
For Family use.
I am also eonnscled with
T. J. ATKINS ft CO
SHEET I HON WARE,
Koollnf and Muttering doa U order.
Yard and deep well puDa on hand and put
bhop up stain. 1
F. J. CAMPBELL.
ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY
t I-l vi-rpool,
Cash Capital $10,000,000, Gold,
KVESTED IN V. 8. BOStW, DKItlS-
itaal ia the l'niu-d riutes (ur sscurity to
icy holders, f,0OO,UU0.
I ais uaid at aach hand ain-ncy, without
referwKts to KF.W VtlKK ur KM. I.AM).
liHfiirancs taken on Hwclliiwa ttt loaa laraul
at VtKY LOW KATtn.
Annual Income $2,700,000.
Barb Oaetleman, Manager, for
lUlBOtaaad K.utuoky, Louisville,
ANEW O ITT AGE II MK!HKI.Y
kunt, eontainiinr laree ruoaia swl .
kiuiaaa, ailualaal an ait Ua fruas tuantuni oa
kikuaa, ailualaal aaw aillta IruaS IHansunl
Ua Isaariil tunpiks ausd. Apply at
IsTMama JuC'asaL wmoa, ur
1 tf J. W. OlLli VVl", rruietur.
Iincoln County Directory.
ammcaATra corsrv eosminaa.
Oil. J. W. Orliry, nilmi
Win. M. I?,
1 1. I. I -nine,
I. it. ifcwira,
H 11, tldSSA,
J. M. Wk.
t, I) (iflMl
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M. It. iwleT,. .Comstosweslth's Alt
ur if lliiu M. t'lei
w! K. V.r. -.UrnntT.
R a, McHntwrta.. ....MsMerlownntastoaer.
U, fcinttv serf Criminal teems M M.
dn In April sue Ocuiber, eomiln twsles
corirrv cor sr.
Una. M. C. Ssiilley,
R. r, Wsrrea,
..(oanty All t
Johs Flslo -
ur ii u.i. lk.,,,1, ( lrk Uuertoriv Court.
w' ll' KanxtrnL Hherilt
w! T. Henwlew m....-. " IVhiIt.
Jam P. Honrs, .Assessor.
ii ii. .kin. Hiirreror.
T).n Unfiml - -!.
Msl II sit...... ......ii""-'.
iwi. rvni M MimtlKT la earn moma.
Qn.rterM'onrl M MneoSTMa rrn,jiin,
rVptrmnsr ami Hemmnrr. iwmoi "m
Xtf Montis? l ' irwiiwr.
Aswnml-ai sumkisj m
asnbtTBATm wMiiwraATm rot-nrs.
Troai-1a PlTidooW. R. frmm, W
t4.lnr.Ur In Aiirwt, NoTrmner, r.nmarT
and Mar. i liiil.-J. B. IsmniS l
Haiuolay In July, lirlobrt, Jsnnary sad
Anril. A. R Pmny, I'nnaahl.
SilHnlansay i Marc, Jlinn-pf"!!BT-n
Ilrratnhrr. I Hl Hot. Uteswrt, 1U
HamrHaT la Mairh, June, rVnWiah-r and
llmahW. , t oaaUhU.
Wawv Fist 1st TMTiaion Tais; Lrna,
Id Thnmlar in Msrrh, June, eVrlearaer
and limmher. Id IHTiai. Wood Utile,
4ih Thnnrfay in March, June, rVntemhsr
and Ihtrrwhw. Tol )on((la, t'onauhNi.
Hioblaid-K PiTialon U-ls Itall ild
Halurrl.i in January, April, July and tVrio
bar. l DiTiakm-Jno. llmaun, la Satur
day in January, Annl, July and Urtober.
llirasa (laka, Conetali
Wtvnaucan 1st IKilalon F. Fsdsett, Id
Tuoalay ia March, June, Hcptei
Tunalay la Marcn, wune, "rp'""
IVrambar. Sl IHvlaina Was. thmrli, tth
Tiieadar in March, Jnne, hrptemhrr and
tleeemter. UranTill riiuikrt, Cuoatahle.
Tt aBBBaviu.B 1M Divl.ion-John Cash, lM
Thurnlay in March, June, KrjUeninrT and
Ism-niher. Sd IHiaion J. l. Alorn, 8d
Thuraday in March Jin, rVplemher and
n-renher. Wm. 1'sniiibcll, lonatabta.
HraTovn.i.a-1 rHriaion Pariua Uaine. ;
lat Tiremlay in March, June, Nrptcmber and
I ircemFwr. en inviaion n
TiM-la in March, June, Srptemhar and
Ilmmhtr. W. K. Jonea, Cvnatable.,
rout s onr nr.
OTABroBD Jihn M. Phillipa, Jr, Jmlae, 4th
Hat unlay la sach month. Jos. Lawiram,
CHBOrrtAB rirpot Street Preschinj hy FJd.
S. It. Kin;, fonrth I-ord'a dar in eah
month at 1 1 o'clock A. M. frracnis ny Jm.
Mr era, Sd Lords I"st, in each SDcnlh, at 11
o'clock A. M. Kunda arhool at o1loi-k,
J. It Warn, Wup't. Wonhip erery lat
and id Lord'a day bv the eoiurresatiua.
BAmsr Kev. A. D. Kaah, Psator. fhurch
electing lat HatuntaT in eatalinuntn. rrracn
ine l"t and 3d Sahhatha in each month at
1 1 o'cli-k A. M. Xunday school at I) u'vlock,
U. R. Wstem, Muu't.
MrrnontsT EriscorAL, (South) Rev. Oiaa.
Tarlor, Paator. hrrnoa 2d and tlljun
day nHirninc. Prayer m.lin srery Thurs
day niirhl. Mumiar arhool si l o'clurk.
Pbiksttcbiab (Southern) Preachln by
Wm. Crow, 1st and 3d Maiibata ia sara
month. Sunday school at o'clock.
PannvTERlAK. Illvneral Aaarmbly) Kev. .
8. Mrltoherta, Vaator. Krmn, 2d and tlh
4 Hnadsys in each" moaTa; Hiinf -BrBof
o'clock A. M. ni'M
-a . w
O. O. F. Stanford Lods. Ko. lie I. O. O.
F, mert ererr Fri.lar nichl ia Old Fel
loes Hall, north aide Main atleet. Jo Ker-1
eranco, N. O j J. W. Uilham, V. T. I.
Atkina, R. A J- W. Wallace, IVr. Sec'y.
OOLORB Rfl.B EXCtMPMBMT NV 147 Mtttf
at Odd Fellows ilall lat and ad lueauaa
aivhta ia sach month. Ji Herarancs. C P.,
8. I). Mye, H. W. II. Miller, Scribe.
Masobio Lincoln I wise So. 60 a.eeta at
Maaonie Hall, south aide Mala street, every
Id Mondar sight in each month. M. U.
Nerieua, W. M ; J. K. Mi Ieary, 8. A.
buna, i. m T. W. Vsrnoa, Sec'y.
Stabfobd Loiiob. No. 4H2, A. Y. M. Meets
st Masonic Hall last Monday nirht in sach
month. Jno. M. Keid, W. M.; John Y.
Mrera, 8. A. K. Penny, J. A. A.
Ht.himmd R. A.CHArTZB MerU at Maaonie
Hall erery 1st Monday nighua each Btoath.
Jaa. Patton. 11. r.
ATTORXEY AT LAW,
H'll.L arartk la tha CMirtt af Mnmn, CmtT.
W l.unri. Hwhaatla. Bulla aad Hadlaua and la
lb tfcurt of apfwala. ..
. a. oiM'baraM is saaarupicj aauaiav pnwp,,
at laaannslila ralaa. 1
ATTORSET AT LAW,
0MVM-Vt aWarar Dr. MrBuaarl'a aaVat.
rjHOS. W. VARNON,
ATTORXEY AT LAW,
Orrrcttm Cvarttaasa. If
O w. in mlap, inn. r oxj-BB,
lancaana, Kjr. saaaami, .
rvUKLAF a OOOPEX,
A TTOMSM YM AT LAW AX COLlrnVf m
OrSISESS SOLICITED 1 US)LS
.JJBJ and adjoining eounties. I
JBa J. OTTER. JAa H. OTTIB.
OTTER iBRO., ,
(Sueosaaom to ItAKVEY A (JIKDLER)
Manufactunm and Wholuals Ualira ia
Stoves, Grates, Ca-stlngH,
Cassar. Tla an aaaat-lna Waae,
Tea Isttlss, 84 Irons, Ooffe. Mill, Soales,
7S Eaal Hide Hiith Street, bet Maia and
Market, Uiuiaviile, K. l-Jm
run u UIWHEB nAVID BKI.I
runaariy af laurllla, tj
Cor. Maia aad Fourth Htrasts,
Befitted and fur Dished.
Far $ go" per Day
BATCHER Sc BELL, Pro'a.
riYIll! I HPKRHHiXED IR NOW U.
1 narsd tod" kinds of Wackamifltuia,
oa I Baxult aiakuic
luslcaaL priusa. Bbo
H aiakuaf aasu iwpairinsi aa tn i
NortA eaJ. Maia I
I 1-bat .
JOHW W. Otl.HA,
jBAm.iv a ii xv mi,
Jon t. aixm son
jia h. raToa,
QBOIN.l MYERA Ujm
rJUKlMA. t. ATXIH. (l.IHr,
Rirurv ruiw wbi
kmi Mala. J
)KBKIKIT!I, rn-SOB 4 CO.
J R. ttl. SHANKS,
JJ W. VAKtirVKEB,
OifMlta Wrt I
SKvrnuBcm a miixfb.
sanar Sltl Main Strrvs.
MrAUSTKB Wll.l rB.
UU KalMtaS " Slraft.
VSUEB owsi.EV. . ,
iktaa, UaruWd, aV Mais StfasL
OWSLEY. . .
AaSra, llariaaall, aSH BorU Mala
1. Mi BoBrBT.
Trtaai, tlarlaaaU, a Imtk Mala.
GEO. t WF.ABES. . ,
rraaklra, llartaanL Harts Amariras, a Mala
. nactasaU, aM Bunk Mala.
i. CAMPBK1.I. . .
Mural, Lirnwl. EnnUiw : riiala.
lana-nl, lau Jaaraal OSV.
rALL a co..
J II. CBJtKl,
OrfMlla Oarvta H
Soatk Mala Slrart.
IVal Oao BalUlaa.
JESHB a. ALTOBP,
knilh Mala Strart.
JOUIt W. WAIXACE,
TJAl'UHUITY A B.IBS1.TT,
pa,Ml Uarrtn, mirMw. wn niuam
ITAHroBD WOOIIf MM.IA
) B. MattiMl; A Una, 1-n.ortoaura, EaO.
DEBBM a CLABK. '
larrtasr Ukrn, Wast La.
JJfBB a OWSLKT.
Kta Maia Stnrt
Milk Msla mm4.
OHOCERIES and HARDWARE.
A. CWnar Mala aad Laacaaur Slrarta.
Opawlu Garrla lloaaa.
Ooa Dasr War) Puat OOoa.
R. T. DAVIS,
SAM B. MATHFNV,
Unw Siiantsst and
ran OBa Bulklla.
WOMAS f ATI!
I Una Mala an
1TKOTHKB P. MYERH,
THE BATIOB AL BABK Of STANKoBll.
FaaMEH BATIOBAL BANK,
(oraar Mala aad Laiaanua auaata.
UVEBT IT A BIX .
JbMK B. AU'OHU,
JAMES B. BBUCK,
Baatk Mala Mnai.
Katie B. ALfllBO,
Ikmlh Mala strarl.
bOOTS and SHOES.
WBLKY a BOCIIIiarTlB,
Bank Mala M.
Martk Mala Staaat.
IWUM 4 IKIUDI,
Marlk Mala Mraat.
Wts r. RAMSEY HAS OPENED A
y aiest store ia the brick bouse ailjoia
iiuj lbs Tisrria House, and ia prepared to fura
Un fraab baef. aiuUoa, abuat, Ac, oa Tusaday,
'1 buradar and Isalurday moruiiun.
Tka aibutiua uf our tarauai ia ealUd to
Ibis riaaBaurut, ""
liiaawl aad Mai
. , a. M.ra, era., 0e Mala and Drrnt.
7 MW- B-.J.
J. M. ROCHESTER,
.Vrt JKai AnH, KTASFORtt, XT,
BOOTS O SHOES,
Hats and Caps.
fit., etc., rrr.
WII.I, K KKP OINKTAXTLY )!
hand fmaa I M. date the nasi aasnrl
mrnt IB STM and HlloKA HATH and
( A IK. t"t senllamaB, snl III aanat rlnrant aa
n.rlm. nl of ahopa nf sll alrlea tot lad !,, Io B
f,,,,nl in IVntral Kmtncky.
I W, hars in ermncrl inn with oar satsbliah
' nn-nt a dt-iatrtmenl nr the awnnfartiir of
hMtU and ahaea Bar pran I U-mrn and hoya Ws
I intrnl tn (in full aaliafartti In prh'M, atyle,
: aral wnrknianahtn.
Ul it as diatlnrtiy andenaoni ny an mat
I employ Bona kul ths
I In llie mannfarlura nf tamta and ahusa, and
! warrant aattanvrtina la thia line.
K. . BKAtiY has full control of thia
I inlced from thia dale to krn cnnatanlly
on hal the LARoiT and Uh
1 hare in ennnertina with lbs above, a Ian
and rally elegant SMaortnient of .
I SiiilnMe for Ualira and p-ntlemra, all of the
ialrat atvle and la-at .rknian.l.ii, whith I
im-unar to aril al the lowrat pricra and to suit
Mr. T. KICIIARIiH, sa eiurriracrd and
nrat'tirml walchniakcr. Brlcctvd thcae SMuta with
! tlic nrvalicare, ami will na.a aiW rhanrrof
thia H-rtmnit. and will warrant entire aalia
' farti. to earry naat for all ajuoda auld, rafaaipnl
or nuiliurarlured to onler.
.. . . , vr u,m -ii L-rrt
Furs I Straw Goods,
68 Fsurtli Street, Opposite lational Hotel.
Urn LOIIHVILI.E, KY.
DENNIS & CLARK,
North aid Maia Street,
Will keen eonatantlr on hand and for sale
CARRIAGES, Bl WilES, ROCKAW Ain,
Spring Wagon, act.,
of all kinda,
Unequalled in Style and Finish,
nKPAIRIXO HONK I'ROMPTLY TO
ka order. Kurh aa painllna, aniilhlntf. c.
1 k..,', m, alaawham lu have Tour work done.
when Tour home mechanics eaa do it wall
snousb. TRY 18 O.Net! I
sons a. oaasa.
Craig & McAlistef s
GILT EDGE PJUPER
VERY LOW PRICES,
Spring and Summer
E. B. HATDEN,
"onth Kd. Mala atrast, Manlnnl, Ky.
f AM Tt)W tW KIVINtt A51) WIM.
enntlnne In rsealr dnrlna the anrina and
summer seamta a neaK aSnrk
of rhotns dry
(iaida, indualinf sll ths law atrlaa of
Emlwaclns la part
Our stork ef WHITE (MBlIaS and KO
TlllNs) alwavs omnlet
IBIM rXTH n,
IUJII I.IN K58
At the very lowest sssrset pricva.
Wa call aaparial atlentioa to ear very krgs,
Boots and Shoea,
HATS -rVTSriD CAPS.
Wall rtivr, Mirnw", Untmmw. TrarHinc
(jsnptuiifM, I'mbrvllMS Trunks. ValirtM, Ac.
GIVE US A CALL
r K. R HAtl'KN.
SEVERANCE A MILLER,
North siil Maia Street,
Have la stora a cowiplete stock of
o rr iOiVN
f'onaiating ia part of
To all of which w inrite yonr allention.
romiainif to aall uoda as cheap aa ran ue
We do But eoaaider It kard.hip to show
onr Roiala. .
We hare arrurrd the services of Mr. E. R
CIIKNAl'LT, who will bs piaaaad lobar all
hia old friends sod euatoauera call ana ax
Jao.0. sUAusraa, . Joa A. Mmsa.
McALISTEIt k MILLEU,
North Hid Maia Hirer!. In Odd Fellows'
building Klanfonl, Ky-,
Dry UoodM and Notion,
HATS and CAPS,
IlootM and Hhoen,
Furnishing Goods and Clothing.
W hare oa band and are constantly rsoeir-in.-
lbs laical atvke uf
IailiV Dress (ioods,
Knilirariiif all ths aew snd P"l'"lr Jaiirles of
and Nol IONS ia complete, snd liavlna bwa
bouahl from THK Brl ew
al cloas Bgursa,
W Bsak Ladies' ahoss . aiacislly, and bars
ia stuck all lbs beat (rsdea of
Tbe atlentioa of younf man la sapacislljr
called to out stuck of
i. OlMt AND eKKII!
jno. & nudnn,
IaU ef skannnd, Ky,
J. M. ROBINSON tie CO.,
DRY GOODS and NOTIONS
Ho. t3 Main "treat, '
npp. laiBiaville llotat, .
BKSrWTrTI.LT AKK- THAT II IN
old frienda will (rlro his knnas oa trial
when they .tail lnilaTilla.and pinnilaea that If
they Will entrwd ordesj Honda la their line
tn Mm he will nil them promptly sad aatia-
J. R, ALFORD,
GIN ( TWtVIKIKSR W AtKIWn AI
wars na handane ssarle In ordae al aa low
Itauraa as ther ran hs kmarhl la lawwal Ken
tucky or eleawhere. . .
Ism slan arrn I tnr the pnivas ssas Baas aru
rle nf l-INK llll.l. t'lAL, nellnrerl in
tiartHw In town or country In qnantilies tn aalt
pnrrhaarra. Trswa-BtEIOTLT 0ABH.
Lumber, for 8sle.
I AM rR EPA RED TO FVB5I8H AIJ.
klKM OK ..
Cut snd Sawed Shlnglcti,
At the LOWEKT prices fcr CABH.
AIM WILL CXINTRAtT TO Fl'R
aiah Biatrrial aad stwrt balMinfa aa
Ua farc.rabla larma. ........
Stsnwd, Ky. JNV W. OILHAM.
WOOLEN AND CRIST IJILIS.
OIK Wisil.KN AMI ORIHT MII.LM
are a In nerfart rnnnina erdsr) and
we will manufacture sll kinda af
Aad aril the ant st reaannahkr prices.
Highest Cash Prioe Paid for WeoL
Vi.will slao .rind ttiKS or WHFAT en
any day, and pay the hishnt raaa priew be
Ilran, ahip atnrT. aanrta, meal and Bnaw SJ
waya oa hand and ft aalr al marker prirwa.
f R K. T. MATTlSoLY.
GARDEN SEED I
Spriiij? of 1872.
Fnivn Axntir.M inf. i.MREnrM
(anlrn ami direct fr-aa Illwsaailale, the
(annua or p. landn-ta raaa.
I sura era an sli ami. Si pi o-r out uss
... . . ......
unalnce of laat rrar a cp-p, aa can nw aran
fnini out NKW billa rcreivrd fnws beadinar-
W St A OWHI.EY.
Tima TriMl mI Fire Tested.
Ttrtal baaaw paid
Uaawapsid in Kentucky...
Atmcm paul in lllinoia
. iBs,aM mt
, MtB.awi m
Fire Iusuranoo ExclnslYely.
FR SKVKN'TKKM YEARM THE I'IKK
MX kaa strcrywhrra nsea rsaoawisaal as
una uf liar fra sraal Airrncy I eaipaaiea af Ibis
country, durine whicn time It has asal ewary
imarioeHk rawrpnrr inrkbaat la the dntMSse
ona tmaVaaitaii-f lire 1 advnanuna, asrlaaiis;
lit, buniinc of Virkahurr. and Htk-aira, aeeer
ralteriiuc in llie wlh of dutr. h ia i
than ever pn-Mired ar arrrlee and duly, ia
the line of iu rallirar, with IM'RKAMKl
KM 1 1. I l l rJi for ll.. TKASn.UTlOH of
Your laiuiinsav is ndirtvd.
K J. C AUriiKI.L, wl
1,000 AGEXT8 WANTED
Fates ted Dte. 26th. 1871, hj
J. S. PROCTEB,
Of Tranklin, Kentook.
To Bee-keeper ereiy wlterei
The followirm ..iuu uf asoalUrnc Ssanarlaa
few of lbs maiiT. that assy be truthfully
daisied a siy hive:
I. It is aimple ia coaatmrtkaa. asal la aa-
paarance and ia tho stnat aaailj amlaiaiiisa ana
sisnasvd aiovabie eotub Irsass mil eeer ia
B Tha nnlr malarial aanuiraal ia its SOB-
atrurtioa ia 2e (W of laaibur, the aaiU ssr.s
aary Io faaten il latbae snd s few assail anapa
of wire cloth Io cover vantiiatoca. Jiot a
screw, arrew eye, hook sad eys, hinge, Barta, 4
piece of tut, tin tuba, glass, or ether Mi I a lire
alarial ia I SB ata a.asaaalin,
S. W bra proprrly used, it ia lbs son leal hire
for aumaier aa-l sa wsmi as lbs wsraaeat fur
winter use. aHonhns aniule nroieetioa fur tha
aucoasaful wiulcriiif of oulunlcs oa the saui-
4. Hy iu uss tlwneccaaily for "boner boards''
or "honey hr" ia entirely dipeuasi with,
while Ihe rhanilwra stay be eonlrai-srd to auit
the conditioa of soy aisrd soIisit uf from on
aiiuilr frame to ten, enabling llie kerurr Io eon
line lite animal beat to the apses only wcupietl
by the onloliv.
A. Lns liiu sod labor is required ia band
line, and Ilia hnaaj ia Was sspuasd thsa ia
uain)( other llr.M-bia biros.
. Whila ll ibasi m rUisa to bs poailirely
"moth proof" under all circa atalaacea, yet it is
provided with lbs ieaal sspaaaiae and auwt
etlaeluai dari.v for lb capture aad dialruttioa
of sioth auilk ra erer atlacbed to a hire, and
will do Blow to protect the bees fruai Ihe rar
aicea of that Irrrihle aeoursw, Ibsa all tbe el
uaaaive and coaiulicated "traus" eras inrentcd
and will ia aval taaaa aaVrd parkaI pmleclioa.
7. I he euo.lruotion ia stu b that lbs franiea
snd fsbwancls 111 euually welleiluer the brood
ur aurplua chamber.
. A auaibar of saaall ensoaia. ar nuca
saay bs uanl ia lbs aaana bi.a, st una or awra
aiay bs ke4 ia aarpluaehaaiber, rsssiviiiasll
lite nNaaHiy natural waruitb fniia tbe elony
oonrined Io ibo brood ebasnnar.
tuber sdiauianaa misht bs eBMBssrsloe, But
the above srv deoiued auaVkaut,
Aa esauiiualiuB uf Bltaea minulea, will, I
believe, aali.fy snr alus r.slial, oractkal Apia
rian, of tbe superiority uf the
over anr, and all otberal sad I CBALUutoa
Uistrtaiai.s with any lllreua Ike A aalt AM
CuBTIBBUT, AurtA, AiaslA, Aaalwr Be.
Karat KIkbIs and KsBipl Ble. .. l Hi
Paeilase 1 Irtalar aad Baslaaasa .aaaal M i
Territory wiU be sold Vary io U those
wUbini to parcbaaa, sad lbs toraas made sssf.
lor anv furtuer inforaialioa eacluas Mania,
U Ik.iM Eraiiklia, ar.
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