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Taenia? Morning, December 27, 1881
LIN. TIMC CARD
('.assngtr Train t.ltulatllit ..-... .lt ilr. at.
nuwatsr TraU U I'JrbmM a Mt'tstsn tMrM
Ntw anil full dock of Clocaa at Tennr
Home hlraoMcounlrj ham for Chrlit
mint A. Outlet's-.
IIimiltoi Hrrii, run alwata on
haml at A OwalrtV
Hid atock of Champion Ilarktil Wire on
haml at Aaht r O.tltt'a.
1'oK nitXclml iiurwi bur a Imttle of
lu.jtiroi.i uiiiiar iroui mciioikiu rt
llixusouc Toilet fltta, Vases. Writing
Det aa ami holiilar rTestnta of all klmla at
Vtnnj A McAlliterV
HottliAT VntMtsm, walchca, jewelry
ami tllrerwir In great varletr. ami elieii
er than em at I'rnnjr A McAlfiter't.
Oolo iVnnf A McAlltler't for jour laol
May glfla. Hinta Claua baa eitabliirml
lil heail iUrlrr there, with retenta uss
ful ami heaiili'ul
Aa Trustee of A (I. I'emlleton, I will
en Nilimliy, IVe 30, 1641, aril More Ida
Court-houae door In rlanfinl, In the
highest bhltler, all the tinrlleriel nolr
anil arecnr.ta In rar hamls Morning In
athl rendition. I), II IMmlaimi, Truaite,
Mis IltTtii: IiriMi ! visiting in
Mim Kate (Iaxo la tl.ltlng Miss
J V. 1'Annnanil chlJrrn hare gone
on a flail M friends in Dintille,
Mim Mary IIhohk left Btlunltr to
islt MIm Annlt Sareranre, In Lebanon.
Judge J- 8. Klmlrlck, of Somerset, It
Tithing hit daughter, Mra. J. W. Alcorn,
Mm. limit Kminirj, of Monlicello,
la Iiillng her sliltr, Mra. I). II lilmlalon.
Mim Hixa Doorc, of Crab Orchard,
an! Mix Adama, of Mt Vernon, were here
Mim Fapra Vrvxixatox, who baa
been attending Fajre Inalitule, la home
far the hotiJaja.
Mim Jwie Wmttrta hu returned
I rem her aehool In loulitille to enjoy
Chriitmei at home.
Mlaa I.ucjr A t'nler. of Islington, came
ever villi Mr. Lewis Himter, and It now
a gutst of Ml" Luella lUmaej.
Mim T.rcr IVxiiK e-l throngh
from Clarrird Saturday, to spend Cliriit
mat with the old folks.
Mr.JoeI' Watei, aeenml only to
llari! aa a trienlirjc hook and job printer,
la enjoying the holidays, afier a faithful
jmii' work, In Ilarrodaburg and Latlng.
.trio of Madlton beaullea arrireil
yesterday Misa Nellie and l.ult llronaton
and llallie Klill The two fnrmrrarelhe
guests of Mra. Hlert MoAIMer the Utter
of MIa Mary Varnon.
Miudi Hettie IltnMOt, of Mt. filer,
ling; Mlaa Kate l'hetiia, of Madlaon; Sue
Kible and Marietta Irrln, of Dantille, and
numtroua other pretty girli from a ilia
tance, attended the tkiling maaquerade
Yim at Hale A Nunnelley't.
Knew bolted weal at McAUater A
The beat clgirt in town at Hale A Nun
nelley'a. Two for fire ce nil.
Urn Stock New Orleana augar utt te
ctired at Hale A Nunnellcy'e.
I.tuuE lamps now ornament the atreal
the whole length of Opera House iltock.
It It a decided tmproreruent.
IKjs't fergel the l'ott OlHce a to re whtn
jrou cenie in to bur jour candlta, nuta,
raialnt, orangea, and audi, for Chriitiuaa.
Jl'nT rtctirrd at McAUater A Iliighl'a a
freah auppljr of Orange', If Dion", lUnanaa
Cocoa nuta, Callfr.rnLa i'eirt, Milaa
Tno mere Swlaa lumigranta hareaccur.
el homea amonc ua. Jacob (lander and
John J. SeawerboughtHaturdaofChailea
Piughrile lllacreaof land near Turnera
Title, GO of which it blue gran and 31
luob land for J2.J0O.
A Mtoao cabin belonging to Mr. Leo
Havdeu, acclJcntallj caught fire tiundar
morning, and burned before the property
of the inmatet could be taken out. The
home waa not Terr raluable, but it waa ao
aitualed at to grratlr endanger the dwell
ing houe, but fortunalcle it waa nut dam
TllE imill bojr wat In hit glorr laal
night, and the Marahal and lilt depute
wat In the hottttt kind of water. Crackcre
would eiplodt right before their itj ejret
and nebo If could are who did il. Then
an unearthly tell would arie, and fori
aereral houra a bedlam aiarel to hare
The l.adietof theChrUllan AldSocie
tr, will apreadan cicellent aupr neil
l'ridar night in the Store roouit uaed bjr
the l'rctbrterlan ladira, the prerioua week.
The will hare em thing thal'a good,
and will charge 75 Cf nit for grown people,
and 3 ccnti for children under 13 ear.
The renutttlon that thru ladlea hare
wade for telling good eupra will tnaure
thttti liberal aupport. I.rl ercr bud
A Hakimohe TiaTIHONUL. Chriatuiaa
worning Mra. Thoiuia Itlchardt waa the
recipient of an elegant ailrer ct.tor, ac
companied by the following coinpliwen
tar note: Mra Itlchardt: Iurlng our
tta at the St, Ataph, jou hare been un
tiring In your ellorlt to aurround ua with
all the pletaurea and coniforla vf a real
home. Your kind attention! and derollon
hare contributed rery greatl to our
plcaiure and happtne!, and we beg you
will accept thit gift at a flight tettlinontal
ul the high ealreiu and appreciation of
our friends Mia. Sophia llruct, J. 1.
llruce, It, C. Morgan, Iloberl Kernel,
Jaiuct llrown, Chaa. T. Hde, Joteph II,
McAlItler, J. W, McAlUler, S. 1', Craig.
CAM, tml get cm of HiiMIr Ilntk
lysltra tl Halt A Nnnnellf ;a.
Cllkimua Iim 10 fir lwtn without In.
cMrnt A attad rain liaa fallen tlrro tdr
hour It wit nalrrrril In,
A tciTEof rnoma on the Brit floor In
the Odd Fellowa" building for rent. Ap
I to llcrrrj-llauilimin.
We are eipccltng 30 orercoala b to.
daaeipreaa. I'ricea ranging from f 10 to
$30, I'arliea notaiipnllrd will call at once
and aecnrealiea, llruce A Co. '
f,T. AAMt Hotel. Mr. Thoruia Din
wlddle, of the Weat Knd. hat rented the
Hu Ataph Hotel and will lake charge
January lit, Mr. Mtughnian, the owner,
tella ui that he It the right man for the
place, and that he will conduct the eatlb-
li'hmcnt In a manner that will glre entire
tallafactlon to the Irareling public.
TllE Frankfort corrcapondent of the
Onrirr-Jntntal It paring the war for a
pardon for Orore Kenned, and beta are
o lo one that he and Illackburn will go
out of office at Iheaime lime, If he doea
not much before. We hate no cUrdlon;
In fact we conaider hlra much mote a iut
ject for Kiecullre Cltmtnc thin winy
who hare rccelfcd it. (Irore telle the cor
reKndent that wblak waa the ciute of
all hit trouble, aod that he nerer intenda
lo touch another drop ao long aa he lire.
ltncKCArrLE Brnmm Mr. J. 8.
Hughee, of thla place, hat purchased of
W. U Owcnt hit half Inlereit In Itockcaa.
lie Springa for f,3"0 Mr. F. J.
Campbell la the owner of the other half,
and aa the two gentlemen are brolhera In
law, the will be able to run it more tatla-
factorily. The eilenalre acquaintance
hip and well krown bualneta quallliea of
.Mr. Hughet, coupled with the energy and
popularity of Mr Campbell, at a watering-
place manager, Iniurea a auccemful future
for thla rery delightful rraorl; and we el
pect lo tee it eien wore popular next tea
on than laat.
That tliocmatcr that paaice for a mail
agent, carried nearly all of the mail by
Saturday, lliui keeping the people out of
it till yctterday at 1 r. M. It la urged by
tome that the work of dittributing the
wail between Dtnrille Junction and here,
It too much for one man. We admit that
il ia a hear job, but Mr. II. C. Ituby
nerer faila to d II. The Department
ought either to tend ut another auch a
win aa he or put two men on between the
Junction and here. Thit can be done
withont additional coat by requiring Mr.
Celmcanll to run to (lore and audit the
other agent back here. We Mi p roe he
had almotl aa lief do il aa to atay at Itich
FliHIT. Sunday night at the St. Aaapli,
Jim Nuntiellr, who wat intoxicated, wide
an intuiting rtnurk about a young Inly
friend of Will Fenny. He aiked him to
lakeil back, but inttead be reiterated il,
when Penny attempted to comb hia head
with a chair. A general tcuftle followed.
during which the aloft wat knocked down.
The Marahal arrired on theaccne In time
toprerentany aeriout damage, and took
both before Judge Hill, who, although il
watSundty, heard the eridence and fined
Nunncllr $10 and rtleated Penny. Nun.
nelly it much aihamed of himaelf, and
atkeil that we omit.lhe publication of Ihit.
but we hire adopted a rule In auch citet
which we will not break for any one.
Tcrkev Tilirt'. qure Peyton, of Hua-
tonrille,eridcnlly doea not beliere In the
round about way the law proeidca for the
punlahmcnl of ollendera. Jerry Hughea,
agentleminofcolor, took It In hit head
that Chriitwit wouldn't be Chrlttmaa at
all if he did n't hare tome turkey; to he
ritiled the rooil of Mr. Thomaa Hedge and
helped himaelf. Din Miller got word of
It, and before Jerry could eat hia fowla, he
had him before the abore uenlioned
tr'quire. According to law, the moat that
he could do wat to tend him on for further
rial, but that would contuwe too much
Ho, t; to after heating the eridence, he
wnlcncid him toSOdiyeon the rock pile
jfil urdried Mm to be giren to thecuitody
ufthejtilrr Of cuuiae he will hare to be
TllE I'reabttfrian Church aunper realix
ed the handaome turn of IU2S0. It wat
exceedingly well gotten up nd no one
regretted the 75 centt paid for it.
One ftcctiout young wan, howerer, aiked
a waiter what nn earth erer put it Into
their litjJt tu call the toup "otter." He
forgot that it Ua a great deal of water
for a church otter lo awiui In, and that it
ioqiedra Itt progreta if the water It too
thick. lleaiJea thry did not want to hurt
Ibe or Utile oyatrr. The tablet were for
the moil pirt waited on by married ladira,
but the young ladiea named below deterre
honorable mention for "waiting" when
they could hare enjoyed thrwatlvci k
much more at the uiaiquerade. Miatea
Mettle I'axlo.i, Klorrnce Truehearl, Little
Helm, Hetty Pennington, Utile Itoot,
MandaOoggin and Maggie Hirria.
ClTV CotlliT 'I he bofa kept Maralial
llruce and tpecial polkeiuan John ltoul
pretty buay Saturday night. A fire crtcktr
would explode here and another there,
but by the time ihey could get on the
cent, the boyt had lied. The Oral
to be caught In the act waa Hubert McAI
ialer, ami he wat limited bafum Judge
Hill, He acknowledged ibe corn and at
the aa me time plead ignoiance of Ibe law,
but a fine of $1 wat aaaeued againat him
About one o'clock, when they thought the
Martbali had ritlrnl, D, It, Cirpcnttr,
(leorge McAliiter and Thomaa Metcalf,
Itt tlieuitelretlooae fur a little fun, but
before the had fired a half doxen crackert,
the rlgilaut oilicera had nabbed thew.
They were tried yettcrday and fined $3
each. Sereral little nrgroea were up for
the eanie oilente, but they were let oil on
the proiultet of thtlr pirentt tint they
tbouldbe whipped. Mlt Kuibry, negro
fordrunkennew and throwing roc la, waa
fined I0. The rock which be threw at a
cow uliied lit aim and crathed through
on of ScTcrance, DudJcrar A Co.'t SO
llrMEMDZR the Grand Toiirniment
taken place at the Illnk nril Friday nlghf,
at which lime the prtira will b awtriled.
(lenrral adoilulun 2 cent', iiillerr IS
A I'lAK-nrAT.-rWe warn newaptper
pnbtiahert againat one Itudolph Iluikbart,
claiming to be a printer. 11 file irpre
tenlatlont he got ajob with ua, and after
laying three werkt, became well tiiough
acqualnleil with the foremin to borrow il
and loorer-draw Ida ltd, a little more than
that. He waa loo rich to work lien, an
about diy Sunday morning he Jumped the
town and hit board bill. He It a abort
et'dutchman and tooll a horn much betler
thin he can pick up ty. I'm hlui
In A Sea or TROunLMi I'eler Cain,
againat whom there are three cite' land
ing, waa tried Friday for ahouting al, will
Intent to kill, Sheriff Menefee and Deputy
Carpenter, when the attempted In irreat
him, and held In $300 tn the Circuit Court.
On the charge of ragrtney he waa hrld in
the additional anm of $100. Thltcneand
the one for hone ilealing are Mt for Irial
to-morrow. Il la more thin prohibit thai
a cae of ragrancy will hemideouligtlnal
him and that he will be ut upon tie
block and aold. In the erf nt tint he It,
hit mother tiyi that war will begin rilht
MAiKtliSKATriu The Mnqtirrtde at
the Itlnk Friday night piat-d off In a
miak dellghllul wanner, and the club feela
rery proud of lit decided eucce. The
maikert numbered aome thirty odd, white
Ibe crowd exceeded that of any prerinut
occaalon. At 8 o'clock the glrlt and Itia
In fancy cottumea and falae facet entered In
a body, presenting a moat ludicmua eptcta
cle. The audience aniuaed itaelf by Iry
ing to gue.t who thit or tint one wit, but
the diaguiaei were in nearly erer in
ttince M rfect that but few were rrtvg
nixeil till the tkating begin Then lliey
gare tiiemaelret away to Ihope whul.t,
been regular attendanta at the rink, f,r
they could not diaguiae the manner pt cu
liar lo each, In which they were accmlnm.
eil to uw their pedal exlremitlei. For an
hour the floor wat entirely girrn up to
themaakera, and then at a glren titnal the
hideout falte-facee were diacirdrd amid
many lurprliea and much mtrrimrnl.
Some of the parte aaiumeil were not only
clererly roncelred, but acted in an excel,
lent manner. We glre below a Hit of
those who participated:
Mint Laura Kngleman rtpresenled the
IxTrntoR Journal, her entile drew, not
excepting her cap and fan being composed
of copleaof that paper, antst'cally put to.
gether. She waa not only one of the prelti
t girlt, but the woat graceful and accom-
ptiahrd tkaler,and the IsrrnioK Jour
nal nerer fell to proud of Itself.
Mitt Lucy Uurton wat an "Kerning
Star" of the first magnitude, and her cos
tume waa much admired.
Misa Annie llrown aa a Spanish Senorita
waa, il possible, more lureiy ami capura-
ling than usual.
Mlaa Satlie Harrison wat a "maid of the
mill," and waa beautifully attired in a blue
ailk pluah, trimmed with point lace,
Miaa Panlbea Mckinney represented
"Martha Washington" with good tlTect.
Her old time coatume, together with a
gray wig, ao much in contraat with her ra
ren ringlets, made her almost uureoog
ntxable,eren after the maik wat dmpd
Mist Sue Wade Ileailey waa a much
prettier "Pocahontas" than Ibe one tint
eared Ihe neck of John Smith
Altai Sara Huffman, of i-ai.culrr, waa
the warmest and Jolliett kind of a snow
flake. Mita Lixxie Ikaxley aa "Mother Hub
bard" waa rery appropriately and amus
Mlaa Annie Brown, wat, ixrhapt, the
coatiliett dressed lady. She wat an "Ori
ental Princess" of rare beauty.
Misa' Clara Helm waa rery lorely aa
"Aurora." Her coatume wax decidedly be
coming. Mitt Sue Helm aa a wodcat little "Peat
ant Olrl" wit rery allraclirr.
Misa Cornie Cooper and Jennie Itich.
ardt wereSpaiilsh dancing girls, Theodore
and Fannie Filler, They were rery I.
comlngly attired, and looked exceedingly
fri-th and lorely.
Mi'tS'jtie ltout, ai"Kiay I)jwn"waaa
blight aud pretty at the cloudt that fleck
the ikr, when the light of diy biniabei
Ihe darkneaa of night.
Mi.tet Jennie and Kinma Sauficy, were
Ihe "Flower Olrl" and the 'Highland
Olrl." They were rery prettily and taate
Little Besiie Itlchardt waa a tweet "Lit
tle ltcd Hiding-hood.
The young gentlemen were coiluiucd at,
follows: (leirge McVliiler, at a Turkish
Sultan; Dr. Craig, waa a seedy looking
crank and dead-beat; Will M. Bright, a
greenhorn; Henry I. Bright, a Mnnk;ltub
ert McAlister, Senator Djullltle; Jo W.
Ilaydtn, Hiawatha, C.T Hide, Billy Ihe
Kid, W T Penny, I'eiaiOuw Hoy; Ihos.
M. Johnston, llig Ingun; It. W Hocker, a
Da ml J ; Will Ilarnet, a gentleman of ye
Olden Time; J W Brown, Irishman:
Walter W Owiley, a ully tailor boy;
Jamet Sererance, adurnfool, J T Carton,
CloMu; Charley Carsun, Song and Dance
Man; John Knglenian, Clown, No, 2, and
ltubt. l'enxel, Heathen Chinee.
The fun latled till midnight, when Ihe
tired ikatera sought their hornet to dream
of the happy time that had Wen aflordrd
iheiu. The ltink will be open again to
night, and on Friday night a Skating Tour
nament will begiren.
Lam Klliott. By Ihe Her.
MclEoUrts.un the V2J, Mr. O.car I'. Una
lo Mist Josephine Llliott,
Miisru Tl'itrix. Sion Meatrr and
Mn Lucinda Turpln, a widower and a
widow, celebrated Christmaa by uniting
their Urea and forlunea.
CotrEY JoNra, Mr. J Mir.h Cufley
and Mlaa Lucy, daughter of Mr. A. S,
Jones, taking It Into their heads that they
could not lire through Ibe Chrlslmaa If
Ibey were not soldered Into one forthwith,
drote down to Danrill a fiw daa ago
and taught the km Icea of a preacher who,
' ir I.. ...:. .1.. i .i. 1. 1 .,
,, , Ni.iH, viisiigeii me lauy luvillt,
almost In Ihe twinkling of an ee, and he
wta not a preailjigltator either.
Mihsiioi Yeaierday morning at her
brother's reaidence, II. P. n. I It ton'., Mrs.
Mililda Marahnn, died nf chronic disease
of ihe wnmli, aged CO. She will be huned
to day in IlufTaln Cemetery at 10otl--ck.
UtTiXEY John I. 0slet, a cuosln l
theOwttey'tofthlt county, with whom he
waa raianl, dieil In Chlctgn, Thursday
Afier graduating at Centre Col'rge he
ituflnl Uw and practiced it fur a while In
ianrnie. in ISOI he inoreil lo Illlnlt.
At gml fortune would bare It, he had ti
take a racanl lot tn Chicago In ptyuitnl
ot a claim, which be did much agtlnit hit
will. Hut the lot anon became raluthle,
and itt Incretatd ralue made him enor
mously wealthy, and he continued to ac
cumulate money, till il it aaid his pruper
ly and other ratiiet.are now worth orrr
$.1,000,00. Wilh hit acquisition lo Ihe
role of a rich ram, he became a most
charitable one, and many deeds of bei.st.i
lenc are recorded lo his credit lie was
a great admirer of Iter George O. ilarnes,
and assisted him miterially during the
time be must needed it.
ItrrJ M IIri-ce requested tu uy
that he will reach al Crab Orchard ,n Ihe
2nd Sunday In January.
L'LliJns. IIallou will preach fur the
Itiith liranrh Church the first 8uiday in
eich month nf 18S2, beginlng next Hiindty.
LAND. STOCK AND CROP.
A splendid farm of 130 acrea fur tale.
Apply at thla office .11
I hare 40 Wayne county yearllnia to
sell a I January Court In Stanford. (I C.
Oeo. W. Alford bnughtof Itatc Cowan
pair nf 15 hand mules for $223, and one
of ISi-handi of Lerl Doulin for $90.
T I) Chcnmlt sold lo W, (). then-
ault ICO acrea nf lind nftr Fottown.
Midiion County, for $00 ptracrt.
Ctltle are q lotrd In Cincinnati al
$1 7A tor common tn $' 3 for choice ship
pers. Ilngt $") to $1.50, iheep 2J tu S
Philllpi A F.ubank bought last week
11 millet from Jim Jenkins for $1,175; 1
from An Iliyi for $100, and a bay linn
from Mm. field Klrby for $175.-IIowllng
The atainine nml-igent on theCS.
sent us the McKinney mail Saturday,
which we are unable lo utilixe, and hence
we are a day behind.
Apropos of burials: L. II Adams,
tiandt nie Ihe following specimen of msl
morlym literature, logic and loneliness
which he copied from a tombstone in the
Cemetery at Montgomery, Alabama:
Ilrown'a Dick hat tpoken aj-ain Or.
being twilled Ihe other day aa to hia dtli
cate health and probible early decadence,
he retorted, "Your dlgnotey shows your
onbecilily. I hare my arrangements lo
derlre atterenty fire or eighty rears, and
then lo be buried in an Italic coffin ao that
my main will keep to the nitmnrrfion "
"Slop at you pa my grare Here I,
John Schotkler, rest my remains. I waa
born in New Orleans, the 22.1 if Xcirein
ber, 1811; was brought up by good friends.
Nut taking their adrice, waa ilmsnsd In
thit city in the Alabama rlrer ihe 27lh of
May 185.). Now I warn all young men
and old to beware of Ihe dangera of I lilt
rirer. See how I am fixed in thla watery
grare. I hare got but two frlenda lo
Senator Wain la among ui. He It
much Improred by the atmoaphcre of
Frankfort, hia trip to Atlinli, or the hygi
enic Influence of the "Virginia riel" en
joyed at Ibe Oorernor'a. Bob it improred.
Hit ganuenla lit on him aa II contcloui of
an honorable miaaion. Hia plug hat re
fuee to rati itt glories eren In the light of
(Ireen't proverbial head gear; and hit
mouiliche well, hia mouittche ihowt
that ha la determined not to be barefaced
in any of hia H)stible aberrations. I am
rrsolrtd "if elected" (aa John lilaln would
say) to the N naif, t risk my health In a
I hare frequently heard that Ibe mor
al and religious tone of Lincaatar society
had improred in these latter dart. A para-
srl'h in the laal letter of your corrrapon
dent at that poll howerer, hat conrinced
me that "the half had not been told "
Theie la a aublime originality, a pathetic
pietism, and a atriking congrully wilh
"Ihe eternal fltnesa of thingt" in the Idea
of a "Or and Bill" engineered by the 'Hop
Club,' the hall being decorated with a
"Chriilwaa tree," and"the music furnished
by forty Sunday school children." There
iaasuspiclun that the compositor, oi the
official "deril" Ins been tampering wilh
Ihe typtt in consequence, pethiti of a
premature introduction lo Chrialwai fee.
Chriaimaa hai created lis usual rush
of buiineat in Ihe tlnres, groceries, cunfec-
lloncriet, loy tbopt, Ac. xoung America
waa tapeclally in earneal on Saturday
night. The pyrotechnic plague was pecu
liarly preraltnt and the detonations con
tinued nearly through the night, Satur
day mutt hare bceu a iuicws In the line
of DliY goods, so to speak, At least there
were a great many customers on the ilrtel
who teemed to be thirsty. Din Miller lift
to escort Jerry Hughea to Stanford to fill a
ninety daatngigtuient rocured by Ks
quire Peyton, Jerry's niiiforlunt was
lba he waa forcibly preicnted from filling
a contract for the dtlirtry of certain liar
keya which he had engaged toaupplyin
and around the Tillage. The only iinirt
ant biisinm transaction noted In ihe last
few dayi. It the tale by J W. All.n to
Jobndoode, of 85 acrea of land Ihe Dr
Campbell tract fur $1,100 cath
V.Jtty body wilh hit wile and chil
dren la delighted with John Illaln'a 'Item
eulicencei of the olden time ' Joint is it-
sentlally an antiquary and lores peilatli
to tries, ttiil miterloui ini.i.simsliy hu
man aoclety. In ita progren from its ear
Ileal derelopmenta up oi down lo lit I
resent exhibition and lltpiobible culmi
nation. And he brings In ihe talk a char
neat of rcftloi, a llrely humor and a
quiet sarcaam all enlirened by a ipirk
ling wit, which make hit dtllneatlona Ir.
reslitibly taking. In the discuaalon be
ralaea aome queiliona which puiite many
of the preaent generation, Il he will par
don me, I wilt tdrenliirt tn gtrfxl fslih
a word In reference lo one of two of ihetr I
Tin flrtt la tta mage pitralenj In Kngland j
ami in thla country at an early city til
appending the wold "gentleman" lo the
name of a ptraon, both In legal and hla
loilc documents. He will permit me, aa
one who wat exercised orer thit ptcullsri
ty when younger than now, lo lay that he
la nearly right in hia luggettlon that
the word waa uied at we (Improperly) uie
Ihe suffix i:.q. In L'nglind where lh(
utsge originated lliflt were three dialincl
cltasea, Ihe nobility, Ihe gentry, and the
yrointiiry. 'Ibe middle ctiat nul Wing
entltttd tu titular honora at Usui by ibe
nobility, and wlthlng lo be iliatingii'alicd
from Ilia yeomanry, aeiumrd the lilte
"tltntlcman." Illuitralions of this we
find continually, es ecially in old Kngli.h
aulhora and licoidt. One width is mure
familiar It found In the ens if r.ur own
Wsihiuntun Inlng, who iole wi h a
ritw lo, and succeeded in winning an Keg.
Iiali reputation. You will reiutuiUr that
the nowi JtjJtme he adopted waa "Oeofiley
Crayon dent." Our sturdy old pioiiecn of
Kogliah descent bred and clung to many
of their aocvttral notions and tiaaget, and
thla eaiiecially. According to lur boy
hood's recolltctioni he la a little wrung in
nil noliont or Ihe "Dutch Oren." The
arched rnd plattered dome uf brick nr
ttune, wta the "oren" Ihe original genu
ine unmistakable tolely and pur tmllrnct
the ortii. The iron utensil wit an in
nuraliuu, and like all new Ideaa, waa re
ceited nul only with discount, but with
pusuite cnnleuipL Now, it will be re
membered that the Britun including
"Ibe gentleman from Cork" used Ihe word
"Dutch" gtncrally preceded by a faruil
iir, but expreaaire expletive at a term
expressive ol Ihe most uller condemna
tion. Hence the Iron onvenience got the
name "parted In Ihe juiddle." Tits li al
lowed memories uf boyhood's daya prompt
me to Kcund B.'a motion for the itrirsl ol
the brick oren Apart Irnui Ihe hjgiene
new of the case, we plead tllal antiquity
niual U respected ancient laiidmtika
must not be removed utility ihuuld be
regarded. Yes, utility, for In the Inler
rala of baking, where ao nice a place for
the boy to house his orphan purp aa In the
oren? Whtre could Ibe brooding hen ao
salely sit as In the oren ? But I desist,
Ita uses were infinite.
HAV.-I0U .u R.M Hay bt salt k F D.
AlWIfkt, SUnturJ. Jiojt
TIIOS. I. .KI.AXI
'a rsnJMsltlurrr-eWlloa la IheolSceirfJAlU
.n, Bui.jsri w mtaciioaol tbv lttauertj
K. U. IIKOWJV
li a rao4l late lor re-elrr-lloa to lbs slllre ef (1IUN
TV JtUUK, luljrct w.illoru. Usiuuccf.
CWr. TIIOM. ICIC'IIAKDN
la a Csn.IIJ.ls s.r JAILER of Lincoln rouatr,
suMtel lo tbt scllon ef Ibt lltiaoerscr. Lire lion
WILLARD EOTEL L0TTE1.7 SiUWIN?!
14th rebraarj, 1882,
LociiviLLB, Kr . Notiinl-fr.O, 1(81
HslTed, That th HotrJ ot CbmuilwioDfr
mnarot to a olananiriit of lb 1mwId2 of ttn
WUUrdlloUliUltfrr until lb Illbdajr of ttt
riiiry. lMZ,ndthat thrj will Dot romwut to dt
fartber potlpontuitDt of Iho uttir.
aBoBiiT MALLotr. Cliilruiu.
Br tbBboirewlutlna ton itriwlnf roast aot
111 bo bad oDtbo dar flifj, or money dlitrtbutcd
back U ticket bold era, A
Jf enough tlckeia ar . Lefure dale fixed, Wh
drawing will U bad. aid uolk-e of hu will bo
gtrrD tbronli tbt paper.
LIHT OP IMUVSKM
The U lllard 1111 with alt 1U
fixture and t-uroltor,
On RealdencconOreen ftlreit.
Oo ItetldftH' on (lren Hlrwi., ..
Two (. ab lrliM, each IVOO. 1BMM
Two Cath IMaeaafach li.nnfl m...m.,
I It . nb I'liM. each W. ...,...
Mftjr (aih friar, each 100 ,
on Hundred laah IVIlea, each t-V)
Mv Hundred t aab 1'rlxea. each tUanHH
Oo8etot Bar lurnltur, , ......
Un rlo riaoo . . . , .,..,.,
On Ilaadwnt Silver Te bt . M--OOfWxeaOldDourbon
WbUkj S3S ... ..
10 Itaikela (.bauipa(ofi& .
Uf Hundred ltti 1'rli-, eacb f I0W(WHI
Jul Ikttea rln Wine 111 J. .
SiO Hoira Itobenaoii Covoty Whliky, $iu.
r If Hundred Caib tlirra. each tl0H . , A,0ou
AMOUNTING TU f-lCa.lW.
Whol ticket. 14. balvea. H: auartela. ii. Re-
jij Dum iiaiauB viKirp, aiw ,,,
wittaoce may b wad by Kaok thrck, l-xpreaa.
ISMlal Money Older or llKl.Hered Mall KeMaw
Mil agent waaied at all poiota. tor ClrcuUra,
glf lug full latttf mailbO and for ticket!, jaddreaa
W V. IP. w mi's,
WILLARD HOTbL, LOUlaMLLK. KV
MtKDHKRTS A HT.Uiii. AOKNT-.
Harper' Weekly atanda at tb head of AiuerU
can lllualraled weklv Juruala Uy ha unpartl
aan pualllou la tulitUa. Ita adulrabl llluatra
llooa, Ita carefully rbuaj aerial, abort aUtrtea,
ketcbta, nd puetua, cAulrlbulisl by lb (remoat
artlalaand aulboraof tli day, It caul I ml rue
lion aud totrrtatntueut tu tbuuiaoda of Auerliau
U wlllalwaya bolbaahd ol tb puLlUhr lo
mak lUrjr'a Weekly lb mot vpular and at
tract If i family nevpr In lb wvrUl,
Ilarpr klr -, -,,,,,. ,..,
Ha r'a Maa-axlit. ,..
Ilarper'a a tar .e.
lh Ttrawabuf i bit a luua
Any 1 wiiabun mi--ITr, ,.-,
Harr' iMiuat oufl. ,w
Harper' Waj ilue 1
Hariwr'a Y uitir KtiI I '
f 4 Ml
llariarr l-r itklln "n-r Library, Unclear
(3i NuuUra) . . . 10 00
IMiag (re to all ubacr(bra In th tToUtwi
flair or (aaaJa,
Tb Voluiuaofh Weekly lt?ta wltb tb firit
NuueUr fur January eaib iar Wbrti nu tlut
I lueutUnW, it will U uaderatood that h ub
irIUr wltLea Ui touiuieiu wltb tl utMbr
ueal after tbrvelpiofwrdtr.
Tb laal Twlr Anuual Voluaiea ol Harer'a
nrrair, iw Meat riviii oioaiiif, wm ttMUllty
luall, tutaaj paid, or by eaprtaa, fi of aif.t
tprovided tblreUul dtwa not eicoodoii dollar
per iwtjwej, i,i ff uueaib
Clwlb iVat for cb voluiua, auiUbl for Vlad
In, will bcaelt by uall, potvlpald, rwelpt of
Il w mat
1U lull tance .kavlil t maJ by ruttUttfltt
Htuey uraror ura(ti avoiti ebaae of lu.
Nswapii-trriarono. towpr thit advertlaautiu
w i moo i itarerpioi iiarptr txotuera.
Aildrf UAUrtll A BUOT1I tlW, Naw V.k
McRoberts & Stagg's
Closing- out Kegardlejss of
CJosfc to save trouble of moving.
Call at once for bargains.
J. H.&S.H. SHANKS
In llirlr lniiiilnotiic new ittorcrooiii In
OPERA HOUSE BUILDING
Kcci ooitKliuilIt; on liiiml Tnll Hlock of
Jmt received a large lot of Men'e and Boyt' Fall and Winter Clothing
and a splendid line of Fall and Winter Shoei, of Zeigler'i BroiY make,
for Men, Ladiei and Children. Newitock of Cloaki and Dolmani jnit received.
DRU&S, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
PERFUMERY AND FANCY TOILET ARTICLES,
Books &Statioiiery,Paints,Oils, Varnishes, Dye Stuffs
WINDOW GLASS AND PUTTY,
Puro Wines and Liquors for Modical Purposos. Proscrip
tions accuratoly compounded. Wo havo also a largo
and well solcctcd stock or Watches and Jowolry, which
wo proposo to soil atjess than city prices. Watches and
Jowolry Ropairod and Wan anted.
Gents' Silk Handkerchiefs
HiulIe.NVi 'Variety ot
."; .- - T i
Collars and Cuffs,
DRESS SHIRTS !
GENTS' FAHOY 1-2 HOSE,
Klt'Kniit line of
FINE DRESS SUITS,
$10.00 'iO ftga-i.OO;
SILK PLUSH HATS,
I jjidio." Xluc liew,
Best Boots in the World !
BRUCE & GO.
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