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Friday Morning, January 13, 1882
Hnunt Can of Mme anil Cement t A.
Nrw tnd full slock of Clock at Penny
A MeAIIaterV
Hamilton Bxr.iu Plow) always on
hsr.d at A.Owsley's.
Iliu Stock of Clumplori llsrb Wire on
lianil at A. Owsley's.
Cuoicr, Fresh anil Fine Candles, at
.Mcl-oberle A HlsggV
Ilur Louisville Hesd-llght Oil, 176
ImI, from IV n 117 AMcAllster,
Imported Ciruiia for Scents, and Lett
In the cllr- at McUoberls .V Stsgg's,
Watciiix, Clocka and Jewelry repaired
and warranted bjr Penny A McAlisl er.
l)o not forget that we art ready to re
ceive the amount of your account for 1881.
Mclloberts A Htsgg.
Our stock of Drugs, 1'alnU, Oilt and
Varnishes, l complete In ever; respect.
Mclloberts A 8tsgg.
A riNr. Una of Toilet Sosps, Perfumery,
Hair, Nail, Tooth and Clothe llrushea,
very cheap, at Penny A McAlialer's.
Dr. 8. P. Craio went to Louisville
Mr. F. A. Johei, of Kindlon, la here
on a tIsIi.
Mil. Jam w Hour IIiiown la spending
a week In Lancaster.
Moans J. 8. KocKr.n and J. W. Mc
AlUter left yesterday for a business trip to
New York City.
Eld. and Mrw. W. I Williams and
Miss. Dot I la were down to we the little
lady the other day.
Mr. J. W. IUydem attended the en
tertalnment of the Islington Skating
Club and waa delighted,
Mraxw. Attciimas, William Per
rln and Mix Jrssle Perrin.of Platte county,
Mo., are visiting relatives in llita counly.
Wi! learn that Mr. It. W. Olvens.who
broke a couple of hla ribs by a fall last
wtek, ia gelling along finely, and wilt
soon bo out.
Dn. J. F. Peyton has remored lit of
fice to the ee'eond story of Ilaughman's
I.lrery Stable, where he haa an elegant
ulle of rooma.
Mr. It. If. Wr.AitnN haa gone to Klcli
mond, with a view of locating there. We
hope, however, he will change hit mind
and remain here.
Mr. A. 0. Whitley, of Danville, his
been much in lliti vicinity of lale, but
the attraction In gone, and we will see no
more of him for a sessou.
Tiik following la from the XtchoWa
Tllle Journal: Mis Lliia Kngleman who
has been visiting Miss Mary A. llronstigh,
left for her home on Wednesday. We
know of a prominent Physician who hardly
knows Quinine from Syrup of Squlls since
her departure
For a
Kit ran
iip-top amoke, call on' W. II.
bolted meal at
McAlisler A
Fresh OYatrnj just received at Daw.
eon Urothers,
Hio Stock New Orleani augar Just re
ceived at Hale A Nunnelley'a.
KNDLtra rariety of canned good, bought
at low price, at Hale A NnnnelleyV
I wriL be thankful for any Information
aa to the whereabouta of Henry Clay
Snodgraee. Address, W. II. Collier, Bred
bead, Ky.
Mrn. II. T. Harris recutita that all
peraona having booka belonging to the
Pink Collage Library wilt deliver them to
her, ahe hating been made the custodian
of them.
Mr. I.oiit. 8. Lytlk atarla out on hie
own book by letting the people know
where he ia and what he can do. He U
one of our moat worthy young men, and
ought to be liberally patroniied.
Dit. George W. Uronatigh haa moved hla
residence from the Commercial Hotel lo
the house of Cap I. Forlunatus McKinney,
N. K. Cor. Main and Boraorset streets. Ilia
office remains at liefore, on Lancaster
Ilia SuiT.-John W. Coppage haa brought
auit in the Marlon Circuit Court againat
the L. A N. It. K. for $100,000 damage
for tho killing of Ms son, John Q. Coppage,
at Pennlck's Station, during the Christmas
Some crank will lixie an Illustrated
paper in Louisville on he loth, to be "de
Toted to the Hump levival of 1-ouU
Pitcher and St. Osrg Oh. Harnes." It
ia a ahame that mm will go into a uch en
lit: a ii re to attend the Kink to-night.
The Valley Cornet Hand will discourse
aoroe excellent muatc, and Messrs. W. H.
Mcltoberls, Kobt. MoAlialer, T. M. John-
aton and James Severauce will see that
oTery body baa a good time.
Tiik reason Is advancing, and in order
to reduce hit largo atock and be ready for
an early supply of Spring (looda, I offer
for caah anything in my Hue at greatly
reduced prices. Tliia no catch penny
more. I mean bualneaa. So call at once
and procure auch bargains aa will surprise
you. J. W. Hayden.
"Tiieiie was a crooked man and he
walked a crooked mile," but whin he
reached J. Winter A Co.' clothing empor
ium corner of Third and Market Streets,
Louisville, Ky., he went in and bought a
new Winter Suit which filled hliu so ele
gently, he did not know himself when he
looked in the glass he wax ao straight and
There is an old Idea that the first
twelve days of the New Year represent the
character of the weather for each of the
months following. If there Is anything in
ao absurd a proposition, the farmera will
hate no reason to complain of a want of
water thia year, for according to the rule
abote, every month will be remarkable for
long and continued rains, while the sum
mer months will be one unending rainy
A Din lot of Oliver Plows Just arrivid at
W. II HlgglnV.
Kxtra Family Flour can he found at
McAlisler A ItrlghtV
Fnrsll Fmt on Tuesday and Saturday
evenings st train time nt Dawson Una'.
All Indebted to Hale A Nunnelley are
hereby notified to call ami settle at once.
This means alt.
McAlimtkr A IlnimiT have also put up
a street lamp. It others follow In the
good work.
ALL persons having skales belonging to
the Club are rrquealed to return them to
day. Oeo. MaAllaiff, Prealilent.
I have Juat received a full slock of
Harneaa, Saddlea, llrldlra, and everything
In that line which I will sell lower than
anybody. W. It. Car son.
Tiik case of the negro, Mulllns, con
victed of the murder of another negro, and
which was appealed from this counly, Is
set for argument on the 17th.
Sor Owem will oiler for sale at the
February Court, six head of thoroughbred
cattle, (one Hull and five feraalta). The
aale will be positive. Look out for fine
stock. It
New Store. Mr. K. P. Owsley will
open out In one of the new store-rooms
about the 1st of March, a full line of
Dry (IcKxls, Roots Shoes, Ac, e wish
him great success.
Mil. J. D CiiANiiLKn, Superintendent of
the Pine Hill Coal Company, la a man after
our own heart. He sent ua eighteen new
subscribers, this week, for which we are
truly obliged lo him.
The Danville Iribunt idsn with hla
mouth open and hla eyes looking improving
ly at Arthur, speaks of him aa "our noble
president." He won't think him quite so
noble when he sends him marching home
minus the much craved poalofllce. Late
advices ssy that (len. Fry is the coming
Horn Hanks have declared a semi-annual
dividend of four per cent., and their re
port elsewhere show them In excellent
condition. Tuesday the following Direc
tors were elected: Farmers' National
J. II. Shanks, S. H.Shanks, 0. A. Lackey,
T. P. Hill, It. W. Given, It. n. Wooda,
J. J. William, Dr. Edward Alcorn,
T. C. Humber. National-H. S. Withers,
T. It. Montgomery, T. J. Foater, I). W.
Vandeveer, J. 8. Hocker, J. W. McAllster.
McunEIU of the Dsmocratto Countv
Committee will remember that they are
requested to meet at Col Welch's office in
Stanford, at 'J r. u., to-morrow, Saturday,
to fix the manner and time of nominating
candidates for county officers. The names
of the Committee are : Col. W. G. Welch,
Chairman, Wm. Clymer, Ellerson Padg
ett, J. 11. Napier, James A. Givens, It. H.
Ilronaugh, J. r.. I.ynn, a. J. I.mury, K. II.
Woods and W. P. Walton.
TllERKare always plenty of ol.l fogies,
some of them with sinMer motives, to be
found in every town, who oppose any and
everything that ia new, preferring to stick
to the ruts of a score of yeara ago, to ac
cepting anything that will impiove or ad
vance the inlereats, and increase the value
of the property of the town. That class
here forgets the fact that Stanford ia a
growing town, and that she ought not tu
be encumbered by a charter that la practi
cally unadequate for its wants.
Fire Alarm. As one of the young
ladies of the College-was, paa-ing through
a studying room with a lighted lamp, on
Wednesday night, It fell from her hand
and breaking, the oil was soon In a blaie.
The alarm of fire was sounded and hun
dred of citizens were soon hurrying to the
scene, but the fliinea were extinguished
before they had got there, aa the older
heads had presence" of mind enough to
amother ihem with blankets and other
cloth. It is indeed a cause of thankful
ness that the whole building waa not con.
Hbouohton Patten On the 11th,
Jnalah Hroughtoii and Miss Louisa Pat
ten, a pair of 19 year-old-chitdren, were
united in marriage.
William Whitley and Miss Sal lie
Batighman, a worthy colored pair, were
married at Mr. As'.ier Owsley's last eight,
by llev. Waller Lackey.
Mr. M. J. Wells, a prospering young
merchant at Junction City, waa rusrritd
at Warlsburr, Tenn., last week, to Miss
Daisy Marshall, of Crab Orchard,
CoiNELLEY Grmiiau In the par
lors of the Myers House, by Elder W. L.
Williams, on tVednesday, Capt. Thomas
P. Connelley, of the Cincinnati Southern
K It. and MIm Mollle Ore-him, a comely
lassie, daughter of Mr. W. It. Gresham,
were made one flesh.
Ellwton Give.n'8. Aa announced
in our last issue the marriage of Mi. Jo
seph L. Klliston, of Ml. Sterling, and Mis
Ada Givens, an accomplished and much
loved daughter of Mr. Jackson Given,
was solemuixed at the lattir'a residence in
this county, on the 10th. The bridal par
ty took a tour to Cincinnati, and other
points, and will return to settle down at
the groom's home at Mt. Sterling.
Ghern-Giuson Mr. W. T, Green
surprised his friends by returning from
Hell county, the other day, with a wife.
Mrs. Gibson is the fortunate lady. She
Is the daughter of Col. Haggard, who
made quite a name for himself during the
late unpleasantness. Mr. Green kept his
acquaintances in the dark about the mat
ter by telling them when he would start to
Bell, that he was going to see his old un
cle up there. This little ruse was of
course admlssable, but If he does not look
out, he will have to go to see that uncle
in earnest before a irreat while.
Gen. llano's engagements will prevent
him from accepting the call of the Chris
tian Church, much to the regret of every
body btre.
Bishop Doane, of (he Protestant Epis
copal DIoceAO of Albany, N. Y., discour
ages the use of the revised version of the
New Testameut for other than marginal
Mi. Itsrne Is doing finely in IouI
ville, considering he la a he terms il "not
far from hell." Up io Wednesday there
had been UfiO o nftssions, and quite a large
number anolnled.
According In a table published In the
New York Oivmr, there are (1,377,300
Catholics; 2,528,003 Methodists, counting
both branches! 2,290,327 IteguUr lisp
lists: 681,101 Northern, 121,015 Southern,
and 113,0X1 Cumberland 1'iesbylerians;
319,680 Episcopalians; 381,332 Congrega
tionalists and but 340,000 Iteformera. This
laat Is evidently a mistake. There are a),
most that many in Kentucky.
A car load of fst sheep sold at George
town, a few days ago at 4.
-A Ilenkk, of Clark, sold to 8. P. Kerr
about 700 bushels of wheat at $1 37 per
Will Duller bought of Jesse Martin
of Woodford, 21 head of 'J year-old mule
st $98 per head.
According lo the Auditor's Iteport,
8,773 sheep, valued at $21,080, were killed
by dogs Isst yesr.
The total earnings of the C H. It It.
for December were $230,471, an Increase
over 1880 of $77,090.
W. T, Green sold to Jack Hayden, of
Wayne, his farm of 2 10 acres near Crib
Orchard, for $25 per acre, cash.
At the Versailles Court, Beard A Ca
ruthers, of Shelby county, bought of J.
II. Jones, U hssd of broke mules at $165
per head.
John M. Hail sold to A. T. Nunnelley
12 cattle, averaging about 860 pounds, at
$27; and to David N. Prewill 111) wethers
weighing 01 pounds, at 3 cents xr.pound.
The contract for building the new
Capitol at Texas haa been awarded lo
Schnell A Asseratc, of Itock Island. The
contiaclors agree to complete the building
In five years, for 3,000,000 arrea of land
appropriated for that purpose.
Capt. II. T. Iluth report the sate of
John Metcalfe, in Uoyle county, as follows:
Very bad day, and crowd light. Horses
brought from $10 lo $100; cows, $27 to
$16; corn In crib, $3.35 to $3 05. House
hold and Kitchen Furniture brought good
prices. New bacon brought 9 cents.
Cincinnati a demand for good cat
tle with but few on the market; lower
grades dull, quoted at $2 to $3; go-xl lo
choice butcher, $160 to $5; common to
fair shippers, $4 CO to $5.25; common to
choice oxen, $2,25 to $5; fair to good feed
ing steers, $3 75 to $4.60. Hogs have ad
vanced considerably, heavy shippers sell
ing readily at $0 05 to $085; common,
$5 25 to $3.85. Sheep dull at 2 to 5 J els.
Lexington CoORT.-Tliere were about
250 cattle on the streets. All sold at
prices ranging as follows: One lot extra
feeders, weighing 1,280 I In., brought $502
per cwt; 18 head, welshing 1,027 lbs
brought $1(30 per head; 00 head rough
two and Ihree-year-old steers, $3 25 per
cwt.; 22 common feeders, weighing 1,000
lbs.,$tl.60 per head; 11 yearlings, $22 per
head; 11 yearlings, $21; 22 calves, $1215
per head. Good mules sold well, briny ing
$125 to $150. Plug horses. $2-5 to $50, a
few good common bringing $75 to $100.
Another Horn on the llthinst, to
Mrs. Sam Brown, a daughter. Several
precincts to be heard from.
I notice Ibat the editor puts In a cav
eat on behalf of self and Itev. Kirlley, al
leglng a copyright In the story of a weak
ening on the part of one of the faitLad
vocstes. Their claim is certainly just, as
it doubllesi aa in the case of all patents,
rests on original invention.
The pluvious character of the lat In
voice of the weather has been adverae to
all kinds of business. People have gener
ally shut theuiselvea up at home; ifence
neighborhood news has not been disseme-
naled. Dick says be don't consider the
health of the community as altogether rua
torated, but accounts for the cessation of
"calls" on the ground that it has heen no
rated by rivals that he had accompanied
the Doctor to Frankfort.
By the special energy of the Editor,
the Interior now reaches us just after
breakfast on Tuesdays and Fridays
Couldn't you have It laid on our table by
the side of our matutinal coffee ? In this
connexion I humbly ask Is there no jus
tice, distributive or retributive, lobe ob
tained againat a fiendish comoilor, who
makes an inoffensive and defenceless con
Irlbulisr talk about a "salve of artillery,"
and "'an exewiplorcd labyrinth J" "I pause
for a reply."
Crab Orchard.
Plenty of rain and scircity of news
this week,
Miss Harwood, a pretty young lady of
Ilrodhead, spent a few daya last week with
Miss Katie Shivel.
-Mr. Jas. Guest, Sr., of Danville, was
here last Sunday, Dr. C. C, Graham, of
Louisville, is in town.
Will Carson and wife have gone "over
the hill to the Poor-house." They did
not go as paupers, however, but Will will
assist his uncle, Mr. It. Carson, in caring
for the paupers.
There was preaching at both churches
here last Sunday. Bro. Llvingstono at the
Christian Church, and Bro. John Bruce at
the Baptist. Bro Bruce will also preach
agalntlere, the fifth Saturday and Sunday
of thta month.
Mr. W. T. Green, a highly resectable
cltiten of this county, was married some
time ago to a handsome widow of Bell
countv, by the name of Gibson. May
their future life he one of unalloytd hap.
plness, is the wish of your correspondent.
We were shosrn a few days ago the
largest, finest lemon we ever saw; it was
grown by Mr. Jas, Lawless, of this place,
and ia a genuine lemon, no Shsdock or
species of Uhadock; it measured 16 inches
in circumference, and weighed 23 ounce.
Mr. Lawless sent one that weighed 22
ounces to his son-in-law, Lieut. Scott, of
Wyoming, a few dsya ago.
Our town is now without a Police
Judire and a Marshal, both having resign
ed, much to the regret of our law-abiding
citiien. Uur town haa never nan a ueuer
Marshal than Mr. Joo Jones; he was jieace
able, courageous, and always at Ills vosl,
and a better officer cannot be found here
ur elsewhere. Never before has there been
such perfect peace and order in our town aa
lias been since Mr. Jones donned the "sti
ver star" and started on the "war path."
Ha haa certainly won laurels that will
never wither neath the touch of time.
Oeo. W. Dunlsi meeting is in full
blast, 1 do not know tlie exact number of
the confessions, but there hare ileen ser
ral, Mrs. Nancy Sfiratl, probably the old.
est member of the l'resbvterisn Church
al Hits place, was buried near here Sun
day. Jno. W. West was buried here Monday.
James M. Lsyton shipped one car of
mules lo Atlanta, (la , Monday.
In our list of visitors this week, I find
Miss Km ma Huford, of Covington, at J, 0
Sweeney's; Ml-s Adelo Thnrtl, of Danville,
at 11 A. It. Markshury's. Col. Ilrsi'ley Is
attending Court at Mr. Vernon.
The smull-pox still rsgra In Davis
town. A negro ptrscher went from thrra
to Sugar Creek lo hold a meeting, and
was taken with the disea-e. It stands,
those in hand whu have not already been,
lo be vaccinated at once.
Hiram Itothwell, our efficient Deputy
Sherifi, Is confined lo his bed with inflini
mstion of the brain. He has been In a
very serious oondlllon, but the chance are
now in his favor. W. A. Hiirnsirle Is suf
fering with chills since his recent trip to
the mountain,
Iloworlh's Hibernlca showed to a
goo I house Tuesday night, although the
weather wa very unfavorable. The corn
ed t seemed rather disconnected, but the
spcclsltles of James Hearne, Miss Sadie
McGill and Wm. Ashton was first-class, aa
was the wicked smile of Miss Clifford after
each stann in "Ailren Mavourncen."
-Married At Hush" Branch Church,
Lincoln, Ky., January lOlh, at 2:30 P. v ,
bv Itev. It It. N.n-1, Mr. Jas. II. Dunn, of
Garrard, lo Miss Msry ft. Gooch, of Lin
coln Atlendsnls, Mr. Jss. L. Wilraol
and Mis Kale Logan, Mr. Tllbert Gooch
and Mis Hallle Pepples. From the church
through the mud and rsln the bridsl party
accompanied by many friends, made Ihelr
way to the residence of the groom's fslher,
where awaited them a warm parental re
ception, and the congratulations of rets
lions ami friends. January 12lh, Mr.
James Wilder lo Miss Lucinda II. Mill-tins.
Iloworlh's Hibernlca had
house of well pleased people.
a good
The Hank reporla show that Ihey hold
Individual deposits to the amount of $ 187.
072.81. Key. II C DuBose will preach at tha
First Presbyterian Church next Sunday.
He has recently returned from China.
Twenty sheep belonging to William
Wsrren, were killed by dogs a few nights
ago, and a number more wounded. The
dogs belonged to a negro, of course.
lorn Woods sold a lot ol UO0 lbs, 2-tear-old
cattle at Lexlmrton. Mondav. at
Ml 50. E P. Faulconer bought of A. M
Tsylor, a Jack colt, by Hough and Heady,
I or j-hw.
Col. D. W. Jones, J. C. Caldwell and
Boyle Itodes, have gone to New Orleans,
from whence they wilt go to Havana, and
afterwards to Mexico and Texas. Mr.
Caldwell's family accompany him as fsr
as the Crescent City.
The following Bank Directors were
elected Tuesday, for the Central National
It P, Jacobs, Heuben Gentry, W. L
Caldwell, J. II. Thomas, Peter T. Gentry,
Nick McDowell, It. D. Logan. Lee Irvine,
J. W. Procter. First National-M. J.
Karri, O. T. Armstrong, J. L. Bruce. J. J.
Cra!g,J.W.Harlin, S. IIarding.il. L. Salter.
Farmer National Tho. McKoberts, Geo.
W. Welsh, Jas. A. Curry, Jas. K. Sum
rail, Chas- II. Itodes, D. W. Jones, J. C.
Caldwell. Jas. Klnnaird, Chas. P. Cecil,
Jas. W. Weatherfor-J, W. II. Parks
The constant rains for the last week
have kept Green Itlver out of its banks.
and our mail failed to come on Thuisday
and Saturday.
License were issued on the 4lh, fur the
marnace or li. It. Harmon to Melvina
Cornier; nirtics all live on the Little South
Rolling Fork, in this county. On the 5th,
for the marrisge of John C. lVnneyhouse
to Sarah C. Hancock. On the 0th, M. T
Rigney to Ruth Harnett.
The triends of Mr. Barnes and Miss
Msrie, at this plaee, are watching the
progress of their meeting in Louisville,
with much Interest, and It ia the prayer of
all that he may count thousands of per
sons, and that his victory over the devil
may be a grand one for that city.
Major Sweeney, our Sheriff, started to
Frankfort last Monday, with Wm. Scar
bro, who was sentenced to two years con
finrment in the Penitentiary for horse
stealing, at the laat term of our Court.
The Msjnr will pay the Auditor the $2,200
balance due the State from this county,
while he is there.
Our delegate, via. George E Stone,
G. W. Sween-y, W. V. Reppert and M.
Peyton, started laat Monday, to the Con
vention that met in Frankfort on Wednes
day, 11th. J. W. Whipp, the Chairman
of our Demooratic Committee failed to go
on account of the absence of bis son. who
stays in the store.
The Skating lever has struck Liberty,
at list.. Our young gentlemen and ladiea
are preparing themselves, and we have no
doubt but what the Iliqk will open and be
In full blast one week from to day. We
give lh new Idea a cordial welcome, for
life In Liberty, up lo this time, has been
-lmost void of the many pleasures that
young people delight in.
Misses Ninnie Belden and Alice Cab
bie, two handsome and accomplished
young ladies of Lebanon, were the guests
of Misses Sallie and Dollie Cabbie, last
week. Miss Alice Jones, of Hustunville,
Is a guest of the Exchange Hotel Misses
Annie Bowman and Emma Perkins, ac
companied by D. G. Portman, were visit
ing friends in Hustonvllle and Stanford,
last week. F. C. Whipp spent the holi
days in Owensboro, and haa not returned
yet. It is suspected by his friends here,
that he will bring a bride back with him.
Tho rink is a great success. It is
crowded every night, and the management
ia unable tu supply the demand for skates.
We hare several excellent skaters, and while
we are at it we would like to know tlja
diameter of the circle in which the con
testanls at Tour tournament skated.
Newton Hell, alias "lisnjo Head."
city bootblack and tonsorial artist in em
bryo, played mischief in general Sunday
night, iie went lo church, kicked up a
muss and broke up the proceedings, until
he was gently lifted out on the loe of a
venerable brother. After yelling and
swearing until he was tired out, and get
ting no one to notice him, Alexauder like,
he sought new worlds to conquer, and lit
on a small colored boy and gave him a
genteel thrashing. With tha return of
morning came reason, and with noiseless
speed hied him hence, and we now lament
that with muddy streets and poor crossings,
we have no bootblack.
The boy who beat the big drum in
the brass band has quit. lie is mad: he ia
on his muscle; worse) than ever, he is love
sick, lie was an excellent drummer, and
up to a certain time never failed to tap hia
drum at the proper time for the gents to
yield the floor to the. ladies, or again with
a slnule blow to drive off the fair creatures.
Iiut the other night there flashed before
his eyes the vision of the loveliest little
vision imaginable, a beautiful girl clad
In a cunning skating costume, and gilding
over the floor with the ease and grace of a
gatelle. When he aaw her his heart gave
a lean, and throbbed against the walls of
his chest louder than hia drum atick on Ms
drum-head. Then he became absent,
minded, and watching her, forgot hi duty
and so lost hit honor. The manager, die
gusted at his fsilure to strike the drum,
threw a bucket at him, then he resigned.
So like many another conquererof all be
side, he has watched a handsome face,
listened to a siren's voice, and ao be tn undone.
James Johnson waa before Judge Cos
son last Saturday, charged with a brescli
of the Pesce. It seem thit Johnson saw
old Dick Denhain chasing a strav ho
srotind inside, of hla pen, snd not liking it
ordered him out. Dick, nut moving with
alacrity enough, James Jumped over and
"whaled" him. Verdict, one cent and
James 8. Lslr, charged with the mur
der of Alcorn, In 1805, waa brought back,
to-day in charge of the Sheriff of Elk
county, Kansas. Four others, charged
with complicity in the crime, were tried
and acquitted about the lime of the mur
der. l.alr waa captured, but broke away
from his guards and was not heard of until
a few daya since.
The town Is In a fever of excitement
over the return of Jams. Grigg front a
firion where small-ox was rsglng, He
a the youth who escaped from here not
long' since. Shepperd wnl after him, but
hearing that he was In the midst of small
pox, refused to bring him back. But he
hardly reached home before right on his
heels csme an officer from Missouri with
Ortjtg The people are very much fright
ened, and the doctors are doing lively
business vaccinating. Thus fsr no symp
toms have displayed themselves.
f AND. IJO Acres of ImprotsJ Lsrnl, for sale!
XJ on Hanging rorr, mucoid voudi, aiij
lo V. V. Wslton, Stanford.
la a candidate lor AS8ES80H, suljsct to the will
ol lb Democracy,
Is a csndMst for COUNTY
sny sctlon otthn Democracy,
CI.EP.C, suljcct to
Is a candidate for COUNTY ASiEdSOK, subject
to lb win orth vtmocrscy.
Is a candidal lor COUNTY ATTOUNEY, aub-
Ject to lb will of the Democracy.
Is a cindldit for JAILER of Llocoln ccuntr.snb
Jecl to the sctlon of tb Democracy.
Is s cindldst for JAILER of Lincoln countv. sub
ject to Dcmocrstlc primary election.
la a Candidate lor JAILER of Lincoln county,
subject to the action of the Dsiuocrscy.
IsacsadldaUfor ASSESSOR of Lincoln county,
subject to th action of tb Democracy.
Is s candidate for COUNTY ATTOIINAY, subject
to tb sctlon of the Democratic party.
Isa csodldatforr-lectloa to IhaoSlceof JAIL
ER; subject to the actios ol the Democracy.
Is a CaDdldst lor re-election to the office of COUN
TY JUDUK, subject to will of tha Democracy.
Is a Candidate for re-election lo the office of
AKSKSSOH, (Subject lo tb aetloo of the Democ
The Farmers National Bank
In the 8 lata of Kentucky-, at the Close of
Business. Oeo. 31. 1881.
Uds anil dlicounti. .. ......-...
Otrnlrsfls ........................
,.f297,113 80
,. 1,019 61
. 200,000 00
28,000 Oil
.. 6,526 13
2l,08 IS
121 43
,300 00
U.S. Bonds to secure Clrcultlon. ..........
Other stocks, tonds and inortgs(....
Due from spproied reserte sgtnts......
Due from otb.tr National Dtnki..
Due Irom Bill Banks and bsnltr...
Rta! estate, Furniture and Fixtures.--..
Bills of other llnts............ .
Fractional ft per currency, nickels sod
penOTes... ....... ............ ..............
Specie.. ..-....
10,030 00
S 39
7,500 00
3,000 00
Legal-tender notes
Itedemptlon fund with U. S. Treasurer
to !er ci. 01 circulation;...-.....
9,000 00
..1591,706 CO
Csrltsl Slock psld In .... . 1200,000 00
Surplus Fund... . 21,282 30
UndltldeJ rroHts .
National Banc Kotes outstanding. ..... I M,000 00
Individual Deposit subject to check...... 17u,501 21
Due to other National Banks... 6,50ft &7
Due to State banks and bankers.. 3,171 7t
.1391,706 CO
County of Lincoln. J
I, J no. B. Owsley, Cashier of the store named
Bank, do solemnly swear Ihst the U)Te statement
ts true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
Jfil). B. OWbLEY, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before lue this 12th dsy
ol Jsn., ISSJ. JNOJ. McltOUKKTS, N. P. L. a
Correct sliest t
S. V. Siuxks,
J. II. Siukks,
op hta.n:foiit.
At Btanford. in the Btate of Kontuoky,
at Close of Business. Deo. 31. 1881.
loans sod Discounts......... ...
,....1223,763 CD
.... 4,466 34
0 crd rafts..... -. -.
U.S. Bonds to secure circulation...
U. 8. Ilouds on band...,-
Other stocks, bouds, sud mortgages
Due from approved reserve agents...
Due from o'li-r Nsllonul Itaaks.... .
Due from 8lste Banks snd banksrs.
ileal Estate, furniture snd Allures.
Tremlums iald.... ....- ......
Checks and other cash items. .
Bills or other Uauks
Fractional sper currency, nickels snd
Inule. ..
Specie ...................
I-cgaMcnder notes...... ..
Kedeuiptlou fund witn U. S. Treasurer
(3 pvr cent, of cluulallon) ......
150,000 00
. 600 00
..... 11,000 00
2,662 30
9,337 69
980 87
6,783 30
12 37
. 2,063 41
7,1 1 00
123 41
7.837 (2
8,138 00
6,740 00
1 111,614 II
Capital block paid In 1130,000 00
Surplus Fuud...M.-,.--...........-. W.000 00
UnilliiJed pioAts. - '.013 51
Nsl. Il.uk notes outstanding.,...- 121,200 00
Individual Deposits subject to check 130,030 H
Due to Stats Banks snd bsukers 1,811 14
BsdjUouuiI dLtr .... H
..1411,614 It
Couuty of Lincoln, J-
I, Jno. J. Mclloberts, Cashier of above named
l..k !.. m.UiudIv .wear that the abovs
sUUincut Is true to the best of mr knowlnlge snd
belief. JNO. J. UclUIUEltTK, Oihler,
Subscfllttdsnd sorn lo brio's ins this IJthdiy
ol Jsn , liii. J. V. OWbLEY, N. 1'. L. a
J. 8. lloCKsa, ")
J, W. MCALiitia, V Directors.
II. 8. WlIHiss, )
Opposite the
They Invite You to Call mid See Them Whether You
Wish to Buy
In their IiiiiiiInoiuo now ntoro room In
KccpcoiiHtaiilly onlinntl a full stock ef
Dry Goods,Boots,Shoes,&c
Just received a large lot of Men'i and Joyi' Fall and Winter Clothing
and a splendid lino of Fall and Winter anoei, of Zeigler'i EroiY make,
for Men, Ladiei and Children. New stock of Cloaki and Dolmani juit received.
Books Stationery .Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Dye Stuffs
Puro Winos and Liquors for Medical Purposes. Proscrip
tions accurately compounded. Wo have also a largo
and w-ell selected stock of Watches and Jewelry, which
wo propose to sell at less than city prices. Watches and
Jewelry Eopairod and Warranted.
The Warm Weather Has Sent Prices
Many Goods and Want to Re
duce Them.
A Heavy Discount
Cost-Mark" Is No
'T Word
Never Better Goods Offered For So
Little Money in Stanford
Now or Never Is the Time to
Goods "Without Money and
Without Price.
These Are Facts, and a Call Will Con
vince You.
Anything or Not.
Is Marked on AH
Consideration; ur
is Sell. "

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