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Tuesday Morning, December 27, 1881
W. P. WALTON. EDITOR
Tiikiit. are four distinct, competing
and conflicting Democratic organita
tioni in New York, each claiming to
be the orthodox Democracy, There
ii Tammany Hall, Irving Hall, the
revolt ngainit Tammany and the
County Democracy, each going ahead
on ita own hook, regardless oi the
other. The New York Sun taya that
"this disturbance ii strengthening the
llepublicans, while the aggregate of
the Democracy either rcmaini ata
tionary or gradually diminishes; and
ii nothing ii done to produce a radi
cal change, it will not be long before
the Republicans get the upper hand
here, and convert this city into a Re
publican stronghold." Will Demo
craU never learn sense?
A ironniELE story comes from Ash'
and, Ky. Two tramps went to n
house in which were two young la
dies and a loy, and aiter satiating
their hellish lusts with the bodies of
the girls, murdered them and the boy,
and tet the house on fire. It was
discovered in time for friends to rush
in and get the bodies, when the dread
ful truth of the above was revealed,
There is no clue to the perpetrators,
but every eOort is being made to dia
cover them by the enraged citizens,
who offer a reward of $1,500 for
their capture. The most awful death
that Judge Lynch can inflict is far
too good for such base hounds. They
should be roasted to death over a slow
It is not often that the murderer
who feels the halter draw, has a good
opinion of the law; but there are ex
ceptions (o all rules and Nevada fur
nishes one to this.. Richard Jennings,
while standing on tho trap, with a
rone around his nock, read to be
launched into eternity, as the report
ers put it, for murder, remarked : "1
am getting just exactly what I de
serve." The average convict would
have sworn his innocence, and with
his purjured lips exhorted the crowd
to meet him in the happy land of
She here 1 you freckled faced little
darling, a Chicago quack has invent'
ed a lotion that will take every one o
the little specks from your cheek; but
it takes all the skin off too and leaves
great ugly scars, by the side of which
a smallpox pit is a beauty. One young
lady tried It, was permanently disfig
ured, and is now seeking to retain
her lover's affection by suing the
the quack for 120,000. If she gets
the money, it will hide a multitude
of faults and any quantity of ugliness
from his eyes.
There it a law in Virginia, which
disfranchises and forever excludes a
person who engages in a duel, from
holding any office'of honor or trust un
der.'the Commonwealth. Riddleberger
fought several sham duels during the
canvass, and the next thing that the
Repudiation Legislature did alter
electing him Senator, was to reunite
hii disabilities, together with those (if
numerous others who "fit" during the
O.v oun first page we print a few
of the many compliments ptid our
Semi-Weekly by the Kentucky I'res'.
We are aware that their good words
are undeserved, but we appreciate
them just the same and thank the dear
fellows, most of whom areoui fiersnn
al friends, for being
Tooor vlrtu-irr klnJ,
Abd to our faults bllbdlv Ulitd,
The old sajing about office holders
that "but few ilia ana none resign
has au houorable exception in Pari.
The postmaster there has voluntalrly
given up his office but we expect that
his tenure was doubtful and that he
gets lietter pay in the bank position
which he has accepted.
That men are after all but children
of a larger growth was strikingly dem
onstrated in Chicago Friday, when the
'Change adjourned over until after
Christmas. They gfl to throwing
flour at each other till a barrel or
more had been waited and several fine
suits badly damaged.
WtiWEiiuiu error when we said
that Kclfer had entirely ignored the
Democrats as to Chairmanships. A
ncoiid glauce at the list of his com
mittees discovers. the uame oi Itaudall
at the head of Committee of l'ulilio
Iyomsvn.LK celebrated Christmas
day with oue wife murder, two fatal
street encounters, aud a horrible
death by burning. At this rate she
will S30U be clawed among the cities
of the fiist-clsis.
Cihcauo seems t'i In as bad a
Kentucky. Rlghty-teven murders
Laving occurred there iu the last
AncK-rocKET was discovered ply
ing his light fingered vocation in the
Church of the Holy Cross, London,
during the celebration of Mass, and
caught. Thinking that In the confu
sion he might get away, he began to
cry, "fire,' which caused a panic In
seize the congregation, and the people
with one accord, rushed for the doors.
In tho confusion thirty people were
killed and many others fl-arfully
wounded. The culprit, who is a
Jew, was soundly thrashed by tho ex
ited populao, and several stores be
longing to Jews, were completely
gutted. The military had to be call
ed out to suppress the diiorder.
The Crusaders continue to break
out in fresh spots In Ohio. Saturday
night a mob of one hundred of them
marched iuto the saloons at Cedar-
ville, and besides demolishing the bar
fixtures, turned the fussels of tho bar
rels and let the liquor run all over the
ground. All hands wore masks,
Tun Danville Tribune is juit too
utterly utter, in 'its suit of neatly
printed pink paper. Murphy assures
us that it is his first child, but we will
have to call him to books on that,
The .i:tna Insurance Conipinr, ihrotigh
their Acent, T. T. DaTlesa, has nai.l A I).
Newlan-1 $100, the full policy on his barn,
Special! to tho Minor Journal.
Cleveland, O , Dec. 36. Three eerVa
ago$117,000 In bonila wtrektottn fn m the
Commercial National ILnk. vew lork
detectives to-day, arrested robbers and re
corered all the bonJa but $30,000
Louisville, Ky., Dc. 20 It la expect
ed that to-morrow an agreement between
the Chesapeake and Onlo 1L It, and the
Louisville and N'avltvllle will In signed In
NewYork.br which llteC.tO. will run
orer the Lexington A Uecilian Die Lion of
the L. AN.
It turns out that under decision of I he
Court of Appeal, that Leglelatlee adier
tlsing In Sunday para did not meet the
prof islona of law, and thai, ihere'ore, thla
citv'e subscription of a million of dollira
to Paducahand Llistbelhtown It. 1L, an.1
half a million to Lnuistllle, New Albany
and Sl Louis H. It., are invalid, and the
city can not I held for litem. Thee
bond are consequently In bad odor, and
the Legislature will probtbly be asked to
legalise them by special act.
Besides the bloody work In I he city
yesterday, there were Iworuunltra in lb
county. A negro laborer named Dodson,
waashot bf Cliarlee Hudson and died ibis
morning. A white man u found mur
dered on a farm a few miles from this
city, ilia clothing was taken ofl and Ida
NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS.
Booth's Opera House, New York, baa
been sold for $350,000. 1 1 cost Booth orer
Orer 2,000 bills bad been introdweed
in the abort time that the National Hon
waa In session previous to adjournment.
Full onu third of them relate to prirate
John Taylor, on whom the mantle of
Bilgham Young fell, has nearly completed
at Salt Lake City, a palace to cost $100,,
000. The Mormon population of Utah
aod adjoining territories furnish the sHn
The leading Committees of the the House
can thus bj summarised. The Election
Committee has upon It but two Simon
pure Democrata, the minority of the Com
mittee being made up of Oreenbackera,
Independeola and Keadjuslers. There are
forty contested election cases, many from
the South. It la' safe to anticipate that
Ibis Committee will report in favor of un
sealing a Democrat upon a very flimsy
pretext. The wave and Meana Committee
is well balanced for protection at the bead
and tall. All of the Republican membera
lean tu high protection except Kason.
Of the Democratic membera, Randall Is
for protection also Spear, of Georgia,
Tucker and Carlisle lean toward free trade,
and and Morrison the other war The
Appropriations Committee will be liberal
with the public money. The old watch
dogs, such aa Blount aod Cobb, have been
dropped, lteferreahd Blackburn, while
ejvocates of economy, will not be parsimo
nious. The Committee on Coinsge,
Weights and Measures la fair a one, in fa
vor of silver certificates and the alls er dol
lar, and agatnat the financial recommenda
tion outlined In the Measage of the Pres
ident, The Natal committee la strongly
In farcrof an enlarged and Improved iij
Tht cases for the Eighth District are set
fur the loth day February 23, and are as
IM. South Fork Turnpike Road. vs. Casey
County Court. Casey.
151. Russell vs. Cincinnati R R. Co. Lin
coln. 152. Burdett, receiver, vs. Caldwell, Lin
coln. 153. Miller, Ac., vs. National Ilink ol Lin
caster, Ac., Lincoln,
154. West, Ao , vs. Armstrong, lruslee,Vo , '
155. Powell vs. Gray, Boyle.
150. Adams, Ac, vs. McClary, Ac, Rock -
157. Stewart; Ac, va. L. and N. R. R. Co ,
153. Unvllle Ac, vs. Roberta, Rockcaa le.
Chrllmaa passed ofTqutelly.
The Methodst supper and Christmas
Tree netted from $100 to $125.
The ladies of the Fork Church (Bap
list) sent a large box of provisions A-.,
to the Uaptist Orphan Home Isst week.
Quite a stir amoog the darkles on
discovering the bonee of a human arm ou
the street last week It waa the remains of
tht "stiff" dissected by our students last
Mrs .0. T. Penne vaa. burlrj at Palnl
Lick Morular, sml Mra.iRlcliartt Henty
wss alo burled the asm Jsr,
Mlot MeHle lloorne has on linme
for the holliUji. MIm Msmle Parish of
Midway la a sunt of MIm Rsllle Curry.
Dick Mclean In shearing mules two
rets ago, was seriously hurt by the mnle
kicking a wooJen boird which tlmcV Me
I Lean In the IJe probably breading a rib.
K,, , (h, nmhu ,,,,,,, by
i Tk. k I. ... r ,1.. k...ci .1
I hehoplenot lor thebenelil oi
forlv Sunday School children aa staled In
my last report. It cornea oil the night of
I he 30th. Kichhorn furnishes the music.
Come over and bring your girl.
-The late rise In the Cumberland en
abled several coal Imeta and rafts of timber
to get ofTlo maraet,
Prof. Sewell's routine closed on Sal
nrday night. There were 25 s.Millun. to
the church by baptism and restoration.
The Herman's Creek Oil Cn. hare ana.
pended operations after boring aome 800
feet without meeting any encouragement.
Mi- Lauretta Summers, who waa an
Inmate of Tink College last summer, labor
ing under lUmpHot, died of congestion of
the lungs Monday morning, 19lh Inst.
Mean. Bailee, Berry A Co, and aln
the Monticelto Mercantile Awncistlon,
controlled by Mr. Chas, Back, are closing
out their stock of goods with a view to
quitting the business, at least under the
present style of firm.
We learn that Mr. Shetton Biker, of
Sinking District, swallowed a dose of
strychnia with suicidal Intent a few days
ago. The Irritable condition of his stomach
from previous debauchery prevented Ihe
retention of a toxical dose.
Some of Brother Birnes' converts,
like the scriptural, "Sow that waa wa-hed,
have returned to the wallowing in the
mire again." The great majority, how.
ever, are so far faithful and promise bv
their conduct to become exemplary Chris
liana. Kldera W. A. Cooper and Alex. Hop
kins, of the Regular Bspllat Church, are
conducting a series of meetings at the
Union Church here. There have been a
number of accessions to the church, but
we have not the exact number. We learn
that the Baptists will organise congrega
tion at the close of the meeting.
There waa a meeting of the Barnes'
converts at the Court-house, on Saturday,
for the purpose ol consulting aa to the
propriety of attaching themselves to some
church organisation. It was decided
best to Join aome church, but the matter
waa left optional with each individual aa
to which church he ahould Join.
Messrs. Stone A Baker are preparing
to erect a livery and feed stable on the lot
sdjolning Phillips A Oatls new building
Mr Thoa. A. Bates Is buildings new black
smith and wood ahop on the blufl opposite
F. M. Sumpter'e residence. Mr. Ramsey's
new cottage la about completed and Is
quite an ornament to the north end of
Main afreet, Mr. W. I Hall has admin
istered on the estate of bla brother. Dr.
Jn... II. Hall, deceased.
Died, at IlucVeve. Kj., Nov. 30th, I8S1,
Mrs. Sallie Itaj, wife of Harrison ltay,
She wss a devoted member of the lisp
list Church, but ever wished all Christiana
(JoU-sed on their wav to Heaven.
leaves a husband and eleven children, two
uf whom were deprived Ihe (trlvitege of
ministering around Iter bed side, as the
tide ebbed slowl awaj. She Buffered in
tenselforveart, but bore it with Christian
fortitude, and alwaja "looked well to the
waa of her household, and ate not Ihe
bread of Idleness." She waa a Llnd wife
anXmotber a I wars preferring others to
herself, and ever readr to help those In
distress and give consolation to the wear'-
hearted. She now rests peaceful! from
all pain and aorruw In the aunshlne of
(iod's pure love, where aainta and augela
slog around the "Great White Throne."
Cheer up, father, brothirs, sisters, our
uiulher is no looger tossed on the stormr
wavea of lime, but haa gained the shore of
a bright and better clime. Farewell,
aweet mother! Ilea thy bright example
of pletencouiage us tu hide behind the
"Jtock of Ages," and guide us through the
thorny patha of life, and at laat may Ih
angelic apirit meet ua without the loea of
one at the "Deaulifud dale."
"Rock ef agaa den fur tart
Bung sUot s a coffin lltlj
Uatlsroeaib all rsstfutl
Alt llls's Jo snl sorrow hid;
Msvert uiort , U sturu-losa-1 aoul,
rlsvanuors.rroru wlotl t-r title,
Ks.sriuore. from Litloes roll.
Wilt tkou need Ibraelf lo bids.
Couttl the stgbllc.s, suoksa stes,
Closed bensslb lbs aofl srsr bslr,
Cooltl lbs tuuls sad sllOViia J Hi's
Move asalll la laJta t-rajrtr.
Still, sjssllll, lbs ttortla would l,
Lai itta bids uivaairiu lot "
In lets than oue aliurt resr Iwj links in
the family chain have been broken Mr '
K. L. Harris, son in-law of tlnrs.ttl. did I
of pneumonia, on Ihe 3rd d.iy of Msri.li,
1881, In hie -I'lli year. He had been a
cousislent member of the Christian Chun It
ftir a number itf years, and died relying
upon the atoulug menu of the dear Ha r '
lor. He asked Ihoui lo aieg jl loved avtiig,
aa hia Iransilillon waa drawing near I
wheu he would hi wafted uver the dark
river Into the bright beyond, win re aigU
slngol Limits rrdseiulng love, lie waa
auanol unwavering character enrrt,lio
In business, ever striving tu lay up
comtetence for his family. He (ell a wife,
one son aud two interesting daughters,
who sadly miss his familiar fwt-airpa
around the once bright happy home. Tim
vacant chair can uevermort be lilted,
dear ones, In thia varying, cverihanging
world, but you inav tueet him in Hratrn,
May wt bow with humble resignation Iu
(iod's will, and
Lst usbe tsllaalt Tbuaa savers sulUlloiia,
Mot front Ike frouad kilts.
Hut enoatlwM colvsllal bauadlclloua
atauuts Ibisdsrk dlrsolM.
We see but dimly tkroufb title uil.t ol vstois,
Wbsl sseu Is us but sad, fousrsl lsf.-s,
Ms be llsavsa's dta'taul taute.H
Bu(kt;e,ICy. B. A. It.
r. tan .iihii;timiu.
JOHN X. UKItltV
ts a ran.ll Isis tor ratrrllan 1st the iBntf As.
lessor of fttKafastlserttinlr, Aeta.leteTtlofl, ISSS
.1. W. IIUOW.V,
ATTORNEY AT LAV,
Mt. Vornon, Ky.
Prscllrestn stl lbs Omm.
nitre fcrollt Mt
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Mt. Vornou, Ky.
Praf lists la Ihe (Verts f Rjttirsstlt and etljslnlsa
enertileeand la the IWt f Atwalt. Ie la
utttri.lleuas vsrd S0V-I7
NtM M. ItllltlkXTT,
ATTOR NEY AT LAW,
Mt. Vornon, Ky.
Witt practice Ma r-rsfrutAa Q rtorkraalls as-l
s.tJolslnf rottntlfs sb4 la Is (feart ef Aft-sels.
epeslsl eltenUoe (tr rllcltoQS
A Merry Christinas
Ann llsrer Nsw Yiaa llrrelleg1
Old Santa Claus' Headquarters
WILLIAM M. WEBER'S
DRUQ& BOOK STORE Mt.Venion,Ky.
Itrmtm itwk ef IMM17 enodf, evntUtit. of
Phots-scripti AIWm In trt thWIt, HIM In Dm
MntllD;, tlin Iiuuht, rarwrtrrltt, MviImI I mini
Mr tits, ltuiu,atl flews atl ttoria, Tafltrt tVtft, 1.4
iW l-brtuiewka an.1 IWkrlKMk. tV:itra:ta,IWt
frlM. Oil lr A itm4l'l Ihtt rf JtwalrT aW la
dUaaivlOfAllrnra,rbtjla Cio-Ura, tin Cms
Oku. V BitwKa.
MT. VEHNON, KY.,
Iry CiiimIh, (srorrrlt'H, IIiiIm,
'll. ItlMltM, Mioi-n anil v..
crj lliliiK t'sitiiilly K-it In
it l'irt - ClitMt Sturr.
Tber ceealsoUr buy sn-l ssll
SblrjRlos, Fosta and AH Sorta of
Lumber at Fair Markot Ratca.
Ilutter,rr; Tata titers land tall kinds ef
Conntry Prodnce Wauled, nt the
T.H. Albright &0o.
WatiaTta brpmtoark of rra.lr-iua.Ia ClntLlnr,
wbkh wa win kl(!w ' hait aitl.l la mat
alurk a raw It la lint jf Irutta an J MnlUlnaa.
'rras?rltlni rarrfult coiniMMiiiilol with (xjra t
art. r Ira. Alw, belfu)a aail retail tltaUrt In
liwlwr. Wtwjit. Shlntlra, Ota I, llrlak, latava, '
1i(ra. OrabOfchiH ifalta, bita'a inj (ruuka'a
Variulfuc. 0lki, Furniture?, At , fonl Maaon
A llanilln Off an for 1ft, WaM Hawlnc Maabloe
fur fid. Orfatta aal MMhlnra at s-ikar i-tlraa, ait4
warranlaj t., fkiw MiUrrtloa ItrUk al thaktla
iroiofil IsjIpI tn-r ihtHtMnJ, Aat on nUbiaf hit
i thlBK In our Ho will ilsaM rail on uaor writ
'U1"'T paitlrulara. Ii1t ua a trial aad I cut. i
I .tvuu tsiar, iisiss in aisr ytmrw tu liuy kuumb, eijiiB '
Thauma that la now txtupla! br Ahtr Ua-
17 on fuin nie .Main a.mi idij buiiaiD( la
naarlr nv aa.l Trf dealrabla ooulaa 7 room a
an J ball, ilatl, rarrlaga houaaaott tanlrn Thara
la no mora daairahla nor ballar lsaul rortr la
Maclorii for a built. man. I'latrnloa jlfeo Jan
uarrlal. !M.' .njUiJ N rralg, tui.tVrd. or
aJdrraa V Craly, t-ara J A 1 hfaioripjoa X Co.
BUoforJ, Not M, IMl-lf M.CniK..
Itsvlnf piiim4 s Purthsalng Afanrj la foule.
villa, Ky 1 am fraper! bj nij eirarlt or. ard
eouuecltoo wtlb Iba leadlof bou.ee ol Ibeclly
Tu iiiircliiiko Uresis CJooiN, .Mil
For toy atrotis, on Ibe laoat adrantsgreui tsrot.
DRESSES MADE TO ORDER
llr Iba must Faablooalla Ilr-aa-Uakars. All or
dare will rtcriva rarplul nd ronil altroiloa.
Cttoiuiluliin, n ier rriil. rarlleadeflrlns um
pire or lolwrniauoa ehouM tan I pmtaxr
MISS VI. I.IMJ tS.
IM Wrel Cbralnol HI , Ixtulevllla. Kr
lU-laranaaa -llav iq II, Im ('ainllloo, Kr.,
Dr. IluJIev 8 l.riool.t., Lttultvllla. F. II l-wtu.
ortbslbartar-artul, Utulevlllr, W V Wellon, I
ollbtr lTaaioaJo.aasL,ISIaoLird, liar lieu. O
llaroea, Lvsos-lltl. 1VS-4IJ '
Invite the attention of tho people to their new Fall stock of
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
TRUNKS AND VALISES.
They call especial attention to their stock of
Also to th'iritock of Cltohinir, Boots ani Shosi. whUH htva bi.a selected
with care, and they feel confident that
They arc able to Show the Nicest
and the Best Line
Of these goods ever exhibited in Stanford.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
Tl.l. la f Vali Drt-haril Th Triariv7 la
Mdrr; anl la tllliralH fr H tHlisv I will
WirmlM all i arm at Utl t ' M
fUfS 1 wllrt frnm (YakUt-thanl Any on Uh
g itrh irttniv will f)ii a'MtrM in aiHian
Ktrtl, Kf. J. . UO I II.
twa.tf Adtnlnlatratrelti,(( rr
Tl aislrrssinr-l hs epras.1 Iks sis n J Islsll
Srrtlr W'ellirJ,aiiJlll arrp slssjs en aau.l
,llolt Mipplj "I" Ilfpr-alrisUn,
Itoiiwtx, I'urlis Jliitliin, At:
Vt'e wlllVwulrrr wrihrH !! Iks U.I el lk, -nJ
HiepaUle Illuetlr(aa4-lsall.l Wlltl. lf
lee ua seal
J r, i'.tinii-s.
SlS-ll J. II. Hill T.
VALUABLE LAND 1
Livcnl.,l 1 IRi I ir r ilmr Jii'IV an E.
Ktlf III s lira . I'lSa .Sj-bsisrtlr, tltl(llt'a
Mrs, Pals, la t-l'tllf.
tlv.lrtitnr a JurfgNiastl IN lit ! atyltj
estate, rwhlerwl sl tMHewltrr Ursa, ISII. r tke
Uaeala t Imll (Vtairl, I elll.txi
MONDAY, JAN. 2, 1882,
IWtW tbOartlit J- ( ta lawaff flaa
far J, Kv , lfftfi ih houra f It a v. aal 1 r.
M . isvUtlMa mtttr I Mil irirslUwlnaoariltl
trartaol UnJ.aHaf IhtMtt Ma lUatfJte, tla
Flraiirart la known aa I ha J.r latvla f
ntlaaltptk) l.fithi, im drrnl, aiMl fa allwatM an
tha Mai atslaarf th KlanfoH ! IatW Urn
111, aUtut , niltefafrdti tjiaaMl. nil
co.NT.ti.M.Nc. int ac:ki;.n.
Itt IhtitrieH. vhkllali ttttl ranilr an-l arall aal
Jngrtrsar lh mm! htttaanl nal out
ijM.r(aIauwr, triM aaa tatrna im
Second Tract Contains 181 Aoroi,
AeVtaIJ4nalha flrot Oi iMa th" ara no tnil
Isuilsllrtfa. but thai liitl la htihlf 1-roJuillTo iaJ
wallaatla ff ThathIM trarl la on Nell'a
(Tftk, a 4lMMMlr tallnl kn4tlaj It
iContalna Ono Hundred Acrci,
1 Atvl hmtllrllkWrvi
A fffiillaf aal If iMnlhs,rittaI la
Tba urrbatr at. all I rfqvlrrd 1
f XM-uls IwDtl with rami areurllr, liearluaT S par
rwtl. loirrrai intra tlale Itaat will I raiam.4
Tba rurrhaaar ot lha kattb IsshI a it hate tni,
atttn ataar liana an.r tha-MiSrvalleet Ibafals.
Tha nttrrhaarr al Ikartltarr Ir ttraeta tuar liava
wiaa..,t(aj hg arnllue Htraaa In tas.lallot
lattx srt.1 lall ptMrtaaalnaj l.l el Jaaaarj, u
Mo. i.i .1. . Nil rl.1.1, r-i-tlilOaTr
O M t
a Z. i
o A I
Iliivcjiixt rrrcltnl mill at 1 1 1 Kn-p ruiiatiiully mi liiiuit it frch
linn r llin rlinlcrat
Allnrulilcli Ihrr will
Soil at tho Very Lowest Possiblo Margin.
Tlu-y arc a No iiRrntis for lliv mile or 3IiiUIiirI'si anprrlor
IVonlcit (aooiN ami YnriiH.
3P. O. STOR33.
J. R.WARREN & SON
Cola Hip l'ast Oilier More for Nlnploinnl I'linoy
We laid in, before the late rise in same, a large and
Comploto Assorliuciit of Canned Goods,
Such as Corn, Tomatoos, Poas, Iloaiis. roachos, Tears,
Knspburrlcs, Strawborrlcs, &c.
We beve oe bead, alat aelnrk ol
Coal Buckets, Kitchen Sets, Shovels,
Produce of all kinds taken in exchange for Goods at' the
highest market price. , .
OPKUA IIOTISSli: HTXOK
Hardware and Groceries.
largest assortment of
STOVES AND GKATES
COAL HODS AND VASES,
FIRE-BRICK & CLAY CHIMNEYS,
Ivoii, XVailfes, IIoi'sc-SSliocw,
QUEENS WARE. AND TIN WAKE,
Salt, Lime and Cement,
WHEEL BARROWS, HINGES, DOLTS,
Wagon and Buggy Material,
C'lIAMPIO.V I.AItlir.If HII...lc.
1SIIII Iiiih for mill! llio vioiiili-rriil 1
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Over 100 now in use in Lincoln Co.,
and we refer by permission to the
following' : John J. McRoberts, H. S.
Withers, W. H. Anderson, A. K. Den
ny, R. E. Barrow, John W. Logan, A.
D. Newland, John M. Reid, Thornton
Porter, "W. H. Hays, S. H. Baughman,
Dr. O. Fowler, G. F.. Peacock, Adam
Carpenter, G. L. Carter, Peter Carter,
A. A. Warren, R. S. Ly tie, S. J. Embry,
J. H. Shanks, J. M. Philips, W.T. Green,
James Hendricks, M. G. Nevius, Geo.
D. Wearen, T. W. Miller, Givens.
Dr. Bailey, John Dudderar, Jno. Baug'h
man, Sr., John Shelby, John C. Fry. E.
B. Beazley.R.C. Warren, R. & E.Woods,
J. G. Seargent. See your neighbors
who have them in use.
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