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VOLUME X.-NUMBEIl 510.
STANFORD, KY., FIUDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1882.
NEW SERIES-NUMBER 20.
W. P. WALTON,
T. R. WALTON,
ditor and Proprietor.
Subscription, 2.50 I'kk Annum.
y The 11111 VIn the waieelafj loft,
fTae ripple lilntli flowrras
Tfleawtrloweaw'cep froni nltWcoaboT
Te iirtbltworM ol onn;
TheMmlnf klllowi tl.i (ho lirtrh
In wild, nnfenlle laihlon;
lb wnplncwMowe earthward rferh
To enjoy the iUtlln panlonj
t Vtr CliiVfriii llUfih,
f FlirohVrilJrinlltnlnloc ,
A.l ll (btnif U'Unt rlh
A1 t)'lJ ll "i heard
' 'jam f i&Vb (o U Ajoa't ruV. lore,
'Twireqelle bnitatural and ateurJ
. That Itbntibtnotliujos, lava.
'A fen Picture of Smallpon,
, . TUg c!U.kf 10 oiin of tho most ago
ntiing, ami obo of tho most falnl, that
flesh is heir to. In itfl violent form,
tho wiole lwdy, from tho crown of
tho head to tho soles of tho feet, U
covered with oozing sores, ench ono of
w4iletijs a sourco of lancinating pain;
sometimes, tho sores become conllu'ent,
ami then tho whole body becomes ono
hiigo loro ono allocking mass of rot
tenness and horror. Tho inner turfuco
ofthe. body,, lit Jcm tlian the outer,
covered with time ulcere no that
THE KNIGHTS' or HONOR. ' '
t l.-H-rrl iM I
httrlr Jtvtnil; ' ' ' ' . . t
Air nttcntion has been called to
an article in your issue of Feb. 17th,
1882, bonded "It costs $G0 ier year
to carry $2,000 on your lifo in tho
Knights of Honor and tho thing is
growing worio. Our advice to thoso
who havo not lccu bitten is- to steer
clear- off all -mutual Tiiiurahco con
cerns tfieyarea delation awiaWre''
I am not informed ru to the sourco
of your information but am willing
Lto .accord sincerity and .hoaeety lof
purjiose on your pan, out mat; you
have liecn imposed upon I feel "sure.
1 nth tlio nioro surprised, as your war
ning nolo cornea from a. city tjiat (ias
a Iodge of Knights of Honor,- Hope,
No. 19 that haa paid every assets
ment front No. 1 to DG inclusivc.Iaid
numbers nmong its members some of
the very lcat business, legal and
financial tatent not only in Lincoln
county, but in Kentucky. Among
tho nuiulcr, I mention Judge Alcorn,
Judgo jSaufloy, Commonwealth's. At
toraey Warren, 'Hob. Uco.i'Dehny,
nnd many others I could name. Now
for the record and facts :
Our Order is n Kentucky institu
tion, chartered by tho Kcnlucky;Lg-
islalurc,. . Clolden JJodgd.lNo.il, waa
initialled Juno 30th, 1873 with 17
charter members in tho city of Lou
to swallow at all it liko swallowing
viumiB wawr,riiu. TOil .- !,;,, -t- , rT,.,IJ linM. vol
owiugfbllowsrfio expectoration which 'no,)lo ,n ' ,. f ,,, 0f(,er ,,
isnee, ocl to prevent suilocation from o . J A UCCW . u rain;g.
cumulation ol excreta; frequently hloo n q( Ind chirl
exudes from the mucous membrane ofl. . . . , .., , i...
louth. now, cars, eyc and bow-, . . . . ., , , . ' upon him, his enthusiasm rose, and he
i. ' , , ., i h I mergod forth from its obscurity to bo '. . ' ...
The odor ol tho bowels is oflen. , , ,.,, ' . , ! cried out, in a voice tremulous with
uiiiiuniiAJiEvu wnii nuvivi
nicndulion, but a plain and simple
aUlcraent of fuots, that the record of
the Knights of Honor have made. I
nm not afraid of being successfully
disputed, when I say tho Knighla
of Honor is, to day, tho largest,
clicapcst and liost lcneficiary Order in
world. Ho)jcclfully, your friend and
Ham. I Maciuihi:, O. D.
Danville. Ky., Feb, 21, 1882.
Maearoni is eaten with relish r-pial
ly by all European people. Hut the
incident which originally gavo it Its
uamo is known to few of those oven
in Sicily, its birth-place who hold it
in tho highest esteem. Onco upon a
timo n wealthy I'alcrmltnri noblo
owned a cook with nn inventivo geni
us. Ono day, in a rapture oF culinn
ry composition, this great artist devis
ed tho farinaceous tubea which all lovo
so well, and tho succulent accessories
of rich sauce, and grated parmesau,
familiar to thooo who havo partaken
of "macaroni nl sugq" in southern It
aly. Having filled a mighty china
bowl with this delicious compound, ho
set it before his lord a gourmet of
the first water and stood by, in def
erential, attitude, to wntch the ellect
oi his experiment, Tho first mouth
ful elicited tho ejaculation "Carl P
idiomatically equivalent to 'excellent
iu English, from the illustrious epi
cure. After swallowing a second mod
icum, ho exclaimed "Ma, cari ?" or
"Excellent, indeed 1" Presently, as
the flavor of (ho toothsome mess grow
Gr R j&. 3T 3D O I3 IE 3ST 1 1ST Gr
ONE-PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE
Main Street, Stanford, Ky., formerly occupied by McRoberts & Stagg,
.aJNT DE33NTTIR.3I3I1.,,S" 3NT3ES'W7' STOCK. 03J1
BOOTS, SHOES, cfeo.,
Bought for' Spot Gash, at an Immense Reduction, and I offer the same at pri
ces which cannot fail to convince the public that
I OFFEK rrJBLlS GBEA.TJBST IA.ISG.AXV !
Ever offered in this or any other town. This is no bankrupt sale to run off
cheap goods. I come to stay and build up a trade by treating every one po
litely and dealing fairly and squarely with all. No misrepresentation. Every
article as represented and satisfaction guaranteed. All I ask is a fair trial.
sivo beyond expression, and tho filth
from the discharging sorea is horrible.
Tho eea are closed, tho head is fright
fully wa1ed,'aBd so, ifldecd, is the
whole Cody, and during ' part of tho
time, fever, with all its concomitant
.LJI I 4 1
i. ueiirium sets in, ami
lingers until death ends
grandest institution of this progres
sive ago. From ono frail Lodgein
1873 it haineresed;toipy,cr;3,000
aubordinato Lo&ges and from H.7
charter members it has increased to
over liiU.uuu. from IjOuuviiio
joyful emotion, "Macaroni I" "In
deed, most supremely, sublimely, and
superlatively excellent 1" In paying
this verbal tribute ?to the merits of his
cook's discovery, he unwittingly be
stowed a name upon that admirable
where it had iu birth, it l.M crossed ' PP8"'1"" which tuck t0 il cver
streams and mountains, until' to day,
True, every case is not
marked by symytonig so unutterly
dreadful as those which we havo at-
tempte.1 tb'deacribe; many die before f,mVa .pr P.
tho disease has reached thcio auperla-
a!jk .I.am mnwwM .ltd alUiAillllf (pAht
n, -; "J """Over many of these mounds are erect- !,or- "-" ---complication
ol other diseases; and , ., , , , graded to every capacity,
il exist in every State and Territory
of the United States. Nearly ,3,000
the various portions of our country,
cover our dead from mortal view.
A Jotest Childhood.
Children jn the United Statu havo
generous provision made for their
comfort and good cheer. In no part
of the world are children better cared
for. Holidays abound and schools aro
A now lit-
many )aving the disease in rt milder j g j. oUf fo Tf Q ,MfA eralure has grown up for their benefit,
form recover; but every one who i., mm hftVe Jd the CCsistiafe of paper, and. books aucn
wbolly unprotecte.1 by vaccination, j . of dwM8wl broUlC ' as were iiover aeen Ufore. Mua.c is
and who has tho disease, is liable to aM wondelul bcen j taught In the family and in the nubl.c
an mai we nave ineii io soi lorm, auu i . . .,,...,...., .. sciiool, anu almost overyuoyanu gin
, cari sing.
An American lady, traveling in wio
-n.r-l ..... .- ., , .( HiailB IB R IllllO ICBJUUWU'HJtO YBBrO
jrirns-i--' -" ---. ifi ,ui. ii,
.-.-- . WMi. ,.. ...
for laucuaco to exaecerato tlio an
guish, tho loathsomeness and the ter
mor of thff. fcarful scourge. If any one
thinks ihat wc havo overstated tho
cam, be can easily correct his misap
prehension by reading tho standard
medical books. We havo only sjtoken
of the worst cases; in its less malig
nant types tho disease falls far short of
what haa been said, but in its most
benignant form, if wholly unchecked,
it is still. ono of tho most distressing ,
maladies known to mankind. ' i
.It is one of tho most communica-i
hie of all disease, leing both contng-1
Sous and. infectious, that is, it may bo I
cdinmunicated by touching a person
who has (t, or by touching a garment
tbathe Ihm worn, or nn article thai he
has handled, or It may bo carried in
the air, and thus communicated to. a
person who nover saw nor camo very
near to one nfllictcd with it. It may
como from handling paper monoyr it
may bo brought by mail in a nowspa
perVlotkr, ojina packnga by ex
preS: itnay be caught from' a fellow
traveler on tho "railroad, or from a
passer-by in tho street, or from tho
ca8U4'visit of a friend. Tho germs of
it wit remain in bed clothing, carpets
ami Ibo like tor months, and perhaps
wrycuw. s u respects no seasuu tu mo
year am no spot on tho earth.
vista tho tronics: it hai shun its
lious.jn Mexico; Jt nearly depopulated
Urcenland; itSrcachcs tho mouutain
tops, aud'it breaks out in mid ocean;
it has uo favoriteilocalitiej; tho whole
earth is its home Its most frightful
slaughter was (in the seventeenth
and eighteenth centuries. Hut in
those days thero wero no railroads and
uo steam, and but little commerce,
no express companies, ud but little
mail matter, audYy little travel iu
any way. 'Iu tbeso days of ceaseless
intercourse and perpetual runuiug to
and fro, if tho disease wero uuchecked
as it was theadta ravages would prob
ably soon depopulate the wholo civi
Hied world; and jierhaps this proposi
tiou would remain true if the word
civilixed were'sirickeu out, for It is p.
well establislwdl Wt that the dark
skinned races ar much nioro suscep
tible than the (whites, and are also
to UiefroMiits ellccts.
m v v
gMUjwaj going iu uo
kaow I should die!" ex
claimed MlsslSwini'le. Whcu she
a delusion 'anu
Go ask tho families of sotuoof your
worthy chitons who Iiav6 crossed the
dark river and whose mortal remains
were followed to their last resting
plnco by sympathizing brothers of tho
Kuights of Honor, und whoso fami
lies has never since been either for
gotten or neglected by their surviviug
i brothers. That this articlo mny Ik
1 as brief as possible, I will say your
nrticlo was correct only so far as tho
rate paid by our oldest members.
Oyer 54 years of ago, $4 on each as
sessment is required by our Ordor.
That I grant would cost near $50 per
year to carry 82,000. If such mem
bers are dissatisfied and can draw auy
comfort from tho arrangement, let
them draw out of the K. ofH. and
insure iu ono of tha old line insurance
companies for $2,000 at a cat annu
ally of 8200 with uo better guaran
tee for his investment.
That all may know, I will hero take
occasion to say the Knights of Ilusor
fs no Chcap John but.thatiU does
carry its members at baro cost, no iu
East, speaks of the great contrast be
tween children there and here. All
the children she saw in Mohammedan
countries' seemed preturnaturally so
ber, and without n love for sports.
She says :
"What always impresses me nioro
than .anything else in Egypt nud Pal
estine js ihelentire absence ol elicer
ful ami exhilarotiug music, especially
from children. You never hear them
sing in the hlits, I nover heard a
song that deserves mo uamo in tuo
streets or houses of Jerusalem."
Ono time there was an old man
who had ten children and lots of
grandchildren, and ono of his lwys
was a shoemaker, nnd the old man
said that all tho other children should
buy their-aboes from llobat two dol
lars a pair just to eucourage him and to
keep thb money n the family. Every
day thero was touio outsider como
knocking at the outside gate with just
as good shoes u dollar a pair, but still
thoy nil hair to buy from Hob, and
In his address recently delivered
leforo tho Health Congress at Brigh
ton, England, Dr. B. Vf. Richardson,
said: "I am satisfied that quinsy.diph
theria, scarlet fever, and oven what is
called braiu fever, typhoid, aro often
of hereditary character. I have
known a family in which four mem
bers have suffered from diphtheria, a
parent having had the same affection,
and probably a grand parent. I have
known a family in which fivo mem
bers have, at various periods, suffered
from typhoid, a parent and a grand
parent having been subject to the
same disease. I have known a family
in which quinsy has been the marked
family characteristic for four genera
tions. These persons have been sut
ferers from the diseases named, with
out any obvious contraction ot the
diseases, and without having any com
panions in their sufferings. They
were, in fact, predisposed to produce
the poisons of the diseases in their
own bodies, as the cobra is to produce
the poisonous secretion which, in this
case, is a part of its natural organita-tion."
"Jennie, my sweetheart, I am going
to givo you a diamond ring to show
my love for you, and cause your proud
father to relent," said he.and he press
ed her baud with fond ardor. She
gazed lovingly, tenderly into his eyes
and a word of delicht went from her
own lustrous orbs and she said: "Oh,
do: you aro such a darling, and 1 am
R0BT. S. LYTLE,
SUCCESSOR TO McAJLISTElt & ITJLE,
Having bought the McAlister interest in the above
named firm at a considerable discount, I am thereby en
abled to offer great inducements in prices on Dry Goods,
Boots, Shoes, &c. Call and see what you can do before
you buy. With thanks to my friends for past favors, I
hope to solicit a liberal share of the same in the future.
. ROBT. S. LYTJLE.
ATTOItNEY A.T JJA.AV,
Will pnctlcela the Courti of Bo;Id1 1 joining
countlMind la tb Court of Appctlt.
Order never has proposed to give
something of valuo for less than cost.
Now I will sum up iiK conclusion :
i . l- tr ....... hI.1 as nltMil
i, iv man uuuer yearn vt"i u ouuuw
ji uouuy iieniiu, ui guuu uiurm tiimmj-
ter, a believer in a supreme Jjeingoi
, irl! " ' i li r '.....
universe payf ou. ujcii wjvoj
l'l ... . V -
"If I thoughtlljw;
come gray i
ment, one dollar. o uayo n History
of nhio years next June. On March
19, assessment No, 1)0, falls due, al
low tlireo more up to Juno 30tb, our
next anniversary, we will have 09
assessments, which will fall duo in
Julythus we havo 11 assessments
per year, all old. Jusa cojt of 81J
per annum on assessment for a mem
ber under 45 years old, on a reliable
benefit of 82,000. Instead of 850 we
havo 811, as the record nud facts will
bear mo out in saying.
Notwithstanding tho epidemio of
yellow fever iu 1878 cost thp Qrder
8500,000,' this in addition to all thb
usual doaths from all other causes
thu history uiado by tho Knights gf
Honor during that terrible scourge,
has challenged tho admiration of tho
civiliied, world, i() t t ,
Now Mr..Waltou, I hope you will
Will nrmrlii-4 Id lbs Culirll ol
Nuntl. adiI In tha Court or Appeal
Owitfjr .1 Bon'i new building up sUlli.
tciligently posted man will deny. The Bob got rich off his own kinfolks, and
that's tho wav with the tariff. It is a
good thing for Bob, but mtghty hard
on the rest of the family Hill Arp.
William Henderson, a Philadelphia
thief, gavo up picking pockets and
began to lead aa nqnest life. Ho won
tho. ,lovo of a young school mistress;
and they were' engaged to marry. Af
ter all tho preparations had been made
for tho wedding, which was to take
place in a few days, a detective In
formed her pareuts pf their prospect- -ivo
son-in-law's past career. The,
shock to tho girl was so great that her
recovery Is doubtful, Henderson .now
accuorthe detectives ol blackmailing
him. ' j '
A sea-serpent "nbout forty feet
lone" and with" hbraedf, head" "fully
six feet wide,"inado appearance nt the
oceaatpier, at JJoog Branch. It is the
opinion of the intoxicated and hilari
ous gontlemen who saw him that he is
rocounoiteriog with a viow to making
himself conspicuous id next hummer's
festivities, i .
Girls should be careful how they
aro' vaccinated with, virus taken from
u lover's arnil One at Sti Paul has
taken to swearing, slttiug cross-legged
JAMES O. QIVBNB,
ATTOnNEV A.T r.A.AV,
311 Sin 8L, LOUISVILLE, KY.
I'nctlcM In all tho CourU. Collrctloni prompt
T. W. VARNON. WALLACE K. VARNON.
T. W. A W. E, VAKNON,
AaTOItNKYH A.T X.A.W.
Office la Oviler A Son'a new bullJlo-u lUlra.
"" H. O. KAUPPMAN.
ArnmNEv a.t rA.v.
Matter Couiiulaluner and Count jr Atloroer. Will
t.rmrilraln all the Cburta of (larrard and adjolnlrie
sure father will consent,'' and she lean- - tou'i'fl!l :
ed over his shoulders. "But, sweety, Tf,?8"'.
do vou know what I have got to tio in i htankobd, ky.
order to accomplish such a jobr l
must give up cards, aud smoking,
and gum, and cocktails, and it will.be
mighty hard." And she suuggled up
...... . . . i. rt.
a littl"cioser ami wnispereu; -uu,
CharleVyou you aro so gootl." Aud
thero they sat, nnd sat until the wee
small hours had bcen creeping on
some timo. Aud so they sat there
every night until she got tho ring,and
then sho jilted him.
Says a french journal: "When a
lady receives a visit from a gentlo
mau ought she to rise or remain seated
when the visitor outers and wheu he
takes his leave?" If the lady livra
here, says a Washington paper, she
will riso. without retard to Parisian
H. G. RUPLEY,
TAal thli oppntunlty of thanking hit patrona In Stanford and Ticlnltf for their liberal anpport, and
bopea to retain 11, at he hit ael'ilrda fint-fla ailo.k thliearlf In the aeaion, before being culled
OTer, and H
Comprises Everything that is IVew,
I'fonj the belt of Foreign Maker. Tliex will beeut and madeln Sritlan atjr'e. Ilia motto It:
"To Excel." Cutting and ltepalrlng neatlf and promptly done.
GEO. D. WEAREN,
STANFORD, LANCASTER and HUSTONVILLE.
ut.?d adding Grain, Wool, Orchard Grasss and other Seeds,
raiMK wuLroao. mitaaaon riciTOH.
WOIiFOllD & PEYTON,
ATTOIINEYH A.T T.A.V,
Special atteutlon tien to collection.. Office
oier K. T. rierce'a atore. lW-l jrj
LEE F. HUFFMAN.
Office Mouth aide Main Btreet, two doora aboie
the Mjera UoUl,
PureMtroua Oxide Ou admlnUtered when re
... . . KENTUCKY
DU. J. 0
Office or Robt. 8. Ljtle'a alore. Office houra
fmm 7 ta A. M.l 1 UI r. I.. i mi r. m.i
M. : 7 to r.n., ex
cept on 8aturdajr, when he will go to Crab Orcb.
ard till lurt her notice.
t Ufl . MR IN NTANillUU THll AblaD
of etch woDlb.froui flrit MouJiy, and In Unc-
Stanford Female College.
nlyo, thp'Order I have tliQ'hb'ndr to
n-!..li fail -; n;r .r ji!':",'
renreaeut iniluntucky, a, fair aud lust
turned gray she did, dye, sure enough. I hearing. Wo ask no words of corn-
etiquette, nud accompany him as te1&S$&ffi2l
as the hall, to soe that no n01!"-.,,"1 K.u. mokoan. d.p.8,
carry on a ten dollar ivory nanuieu
umbrella in place of the dollar and a
half cotton one usually carried by vis
Baruum has forty men at work
making a tent that, when finished,
will be the largest in the world. It
Is for his noxt season's circus, and in
tended to cover three rings. It will
take until April to completo it, and
when, erected will bo 4CC feet long by
270 feet wide.
A gentleman of Ottawa, Canada,
gave an order for a silver mounted
claret jug to a Montreal dealer, in
structing him to send it by express
marked O. O. D. A couple -of days
ago the jug arrived, having engraved
ou it in beautitul largo tetters "u. u.
. i , I iai I i . ii.
A Cuoss ilAUY, Nothing It so coudu
cJts to a Wan' remaining a bachelor aj
topjiliiy fur one night at the house' of a
married fritud it ad being kept awakr) for
Ave or. six lioun by, the crylui: of a cross
balr. ' All, prtiau and crying, liable. (nood
only lion, Hitter. UrtuakeheuvweU, and
sinflitig,' Young 'mah',' reiheinber"'lliU.
Traveler. ' ' '
tgawefeffjIW UltTil.f.lLtitwiinr?)ii i JL--UJSJPiMBw
3F I jA. I R. I M TTILlCSe-lOllNBriS.
With a Full Corps of Teachers,
TbWImtUutlon opeued Ita Twelllh Seulon on
the 3d Muodajr In bVpleuiber lait.
ALL TUK MUNCHES OK A
AreUmbt, aa wtllu
MOBIO. TUB LANQUAOEU. DHAW.
INO AND X'AINTINO.
la Tuition, pile rau.-e from SM to SM l" lh
reaular PeiarluienU. rrluiarr, tii; InleriuedlaU
ISO; rreparatojy, W, aad Uniaw, vu.
Tor full puUculan, aa to Board, Ae.. addrww
MUM. . O. THUKIISKT, I'rlMeliml,
sunbrd. Llaooln OoKf.
x -w A fl I l't-'
BBn ajajflaiaJf9SSSSe vv
f ' iwrin
NavVn Jtt HVQ:eK !iffrttT7?5assisssa
HeaperH, Mcir'IUiidcnt, Moners, lIy-,JHCMte..
1 (UrHlHlrtlKC'orH.l'laHerH,HHlky Plenit.
CnltlVHtorM, IlHrroHH, CarM-SliellerN,
WtrHH-Cntten., IlHy-l'rCNMHt. 'I hrcik-
Ibk MachtHCH HHd KhrIhcm,
Haling quallSed aa Adnilnl.lrator of the cUte
of Dr, 8.V. fralu. I hereby nolljr all "'.
We buy exclusively from Mtanfftctnierf.
direct, for cash, in car-load lots, and copsefiueudy obtain the largest uucomi mm
lowest rates of freight Our motto is i "i irst-oiB
the Best is always the Oheivest." Bespectfully,
And other Implements and Machinery.
ilit. for mah. in car.load lots, and
lowest rates of freight. Our motto is t
Tirst-closs Qoods a; Keasouabla Prices
GEO. D. WEAREN, BUnfoid.Ky.
f.. VVI I IIl.KN. GIIKKN A WII.I.IAMN,
Manager lautailer leut.
Maua,;er Ilualonilll Depot.