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JANUARY 8,1884. unlcaa-un- l ill fellow-laborefelluw-liitorrr), nfefiof lonftmL NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 213. - F had been done, to have, initructed such a Ofiost Sttries. r dear In Olney, III , the a p jurat ion of a woman "i.i ihp way of the Krewhle than the other. The Korgcoii" LORD moronrfecllf," would hav repaid six foct in height, wearing burial clothes, Editor and Proprietor light of this moriilng'H buii eliining on the us richly for coming. Rut he hss aoci-te- d was iwen sitting on the steps of ihe MoraW. P. WALT OH. with him a noble band of worker, who vian church recently aj the congregation retreating utoruvcloiida of (ho paat tilght, imI Frltlnw, brlnKi to mind mid heart how lovingly our have all been equally blest. Ono of them, was dismissed. 1'uhtlnhrd Tuemtnii M. Umphry, who lives in a house in God I doing what ho cm to chare nwar who will be prevented from coming to the earth' Morula and darknera. O, Llerttd closing meeting, by unavoidable duties else- Slefiensville, Mo, once occupied by a suiday, now o oon to come, with never an where, wrung my hand lwt night as he cide, mt he was visited a few nights ago If we have to evenlnc nor a cloud. Clouds oro horrid said good bye and added in When paid, strictly In clear, ringing by a ghost that revealed to him the hiding wll hot lira. 83.8a will be chanted. to paint a tones, "I will meet you in the air." After place of a valuable diamond ring. The thing, avo aa a rainbow on, or a reflector of (lod' blcwcd the bible reading yesterday, whilo Marie ghost told him, he says, to look under the MllfclCAl Wall Paper, Wine. GEO. 0. BARNES in SCOTLAND raintight. That can gloi ify them and solve went in one direction to visit a patient, I floor at the bottom of the stairway. He DrtiRN, XtOOHH, InfttriionicutSy Jilqiior Clieiiilcnlft, agnluUad'H riddle, that "Out of the cater went with good Uro. Slcpheu (a most fhh-fu- l looked there and found ihe diamond ring tJlKai-H- . Stationery, Pocket "I'ltAIMK 'I'M IS I.OHH" cornea forth moat." Bringing a hlcwlrg aniljlenr to visit n fih There is said to to a haunted hmue in Moapa, Cutlery, OIIh, Tobaccos, I'KTCHIIIUD.gOOTI.AKn, I from eruian in Rhonelnads, whom I found resdy Silver rtrcet, San Francisco, occupied by a out of a curac, a very diffcient tliini; ItUDipH, fu in cry. Maclcin Flro AruiM, Laimi's Hotel, Dec 1, 1883. Needles. tending a cuw; uiiImi indeed darknen U to trust the LORD for healing. After an man named Robert. He says the doors Vtar Interior.Our Jewelry, Silverwares and Optical Goods Department is in Charge of. Col. eet" and pain, ointing him, with prayer, we came out of are oiMmed by unseen hands, the lights are light after H nd "hitter, "This ia your hour and the powrr of are the end of tho street upon the North liar suddenly extinguithel in one of the Thos. Rlchnrefa, who will Repair Hatches and Clucks Promptly and In tho b03t darkncn," He mM an lie nti Hltnlf up pleaMiri: while our mpJ)ieddilTercncM u bor. Btylc. lie ho, let The angry sea nnd the black storm-clourooms, picture fritnt move on their hang loilie for ainnrra. "Bulla of Italian" glar only imaginary onr. If that alnioH frightened me to look at ings, there is loud knocking en the walls, Ifnoliiuiani and be hoirtilr will ed t Him; fiendi mocked Him ilevllaaml all turn ing to be damned for the glory of God, them. The danger signal (a great, black and the piano plays "Shall we gather at men; tho light f God' love went out for bell upon n llagstalf), wa up, warning the rivet?" in the still hours of night. Htm, not becauw It wa not there, but the mc our uniunation win eimy prove by Him. Logicil and vessels not to atttmpt the North Harbor In Reigen codnty, N. J., is an old stone black Ho oould not t it. O, blriwlng, if decreed cloud was hi in a deeply entrance. What a wild scene it wa! mansion said to to visited regularly by the cruel cry from the blackne m of dark awful extreme, wrought out irrefutably true, if once nothing short of diabdicil-a- nd I trem- spirits. Recently, while the family were neel" My God, why hat Thou forwkrn;" thinking brain and prcmiiH to allowed, that the bled as r gazed out to sea, lest I should see awaiting the return of one of their numwan over forever; dath ihe and then the Ght disasome belated fisherman's smack beating in- ber at midnight, a noise ai of a falling and hell doomed Sttan detroyd; nd life LORD doe anything unileasnt or to port from the fury of the fierce gale. tody was heard in a room across the hall. greeable or damnatory. and immortality blooming over all. lValre Our good fuher friend, Charley Alexan Praise the LORD, nothing could be seen The hall was brilliantly lighted, yet upon Htm who did it all for u poor innerl he but tho inky wave, foim cr cited and dash opening the door tho inmates heard the "Led up bv the Fpirft" ol LOVE to be der, I have not before introduced, but will alwaya be aociatrd in kindly memo- ing againt unyielding rocks initead of heavy step of a man, who sejmed to pass tempted; Jed up by the Mine b'plrit of unflag-inbeating out human lives, lint I realised by the door and walk down the stairs. LOVE to to lain by the devil; yet "by ry with our Peterhead visit, lor his attendant nt the meeting, hi lucid afresh the pathetic side of tin sc rough livts When the unseen man seemed to be about deatroying him that had the power of death about me a- -d preached totter foi that look half way downstairs the noise of a person death that i the devil." O, how rurelv i and graphic decription of lolwter fulling, pallor of which department he makes a rpcialtr; at the hungry sea, as 1 faced several hun- falling and rolling to the tottom was heard that renlence given me by the rough backward-rdred of the men thus ex (icsed daily to death A murder wns committed in the kitchen the ijuhit cuarnce of all tiue theology; "a and hi deep indignation at the of hi brethren of the net and line in iion it. O, bow unreal everything Mem ol the house about twenty years ago. God and a bad devil." That explain food so precious to mm. ill cd, except the "eternal shore" nd the "new Ten years ago reven young women at a confeMing Jeu all "Hut God "vi'iU the iniiuiliy,'' do you Scotch i very broad, but very mti'icnl and heavens and now earth," wherein "right-coti'ne- Hallowe'en wirty nt Montreal agreed to at? Yen, a he viil hell upon a lout pultc intelligible to u, ho rapidly have we H to dwell and where there shall meet on the Bime evening ten years after, by and weepinp. picked up the varlotn intonation with the "to no more cV We will always praise the stipulation being "dead or alive." helplm-il- y WilneiM God' tear In the perwn of Hi ear; though the tongue relurvs to reproduce the dear LORD for sending us to Peter- Four years ago the originator of the plan DEALKB IK He vitilwd them. At first broad scotch was u much a head and lo be lovingly remembered by died very suddenly. The others survived, Hon, over Jeruealtm. Ye, till helplewly, with grief, foreign language to us, almost, as French these simple hearted fuhcr-foli- c Job with toil aa they and at the recent IUllowe'en anniversary Hardware, Ilorse Shoe, Groceries, SaeldlcH, beholding what JobVvllenciw" tinconfei-d- , or German. Uro. Charley was auoointed overhaul their nets or "cast them into the uclwir was left vacant for the missing one. tJuceiiHwnre, Bugey Whips, Nallfl, Iron, brought on htmIf. Ye, u He vleitod among the first for bodily healing and his sea," or sit in the fdmilr circle, will always The chair was draped in black, while on BiiKgy WlieclH, HtoveH, Cane Mil In, Harness, Divld'a in in the eword "that never Mi faith U verv simple. Ooco in a while he t a joyful thought to in. We can never the I able iu front of it were some withered Covers, SpokeH, Cider SIIIIh, hi hour,' become helpleily he itood by, don hi "toot blue" and favor u with a forget them and I hope they can never for flowers from the grave of tho dead girl. fjlauevrnrc, Corn fShcllcrw, Collars, lllim, while hi poor child read an he had town. visit and lat night held Marie's hand until get us, Georoge has painted, .in one color, The Montreal Gazette thu4 concludes the Ye, 'viidu" a he doe whenever calamity he promised to come to his cottage, If but a sketch of the town and South Harbor, story: "The young Udy next to the chair Oliver Chilled. Champion Steal and Brinley Combined Plows, Wooden and pro with the wreck, the old whaler, "dying 'poke of astraiigti nervous sensation, but overtake u that even Ilia LOVE cn not a few minutes before going "awa Cast Pumpi, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Boof- - . avert; Hi ower can not avert, by reason mmncing the last word with a gulp that game," with noe defiaully pointed mu- - this was not thought of at the lime. After ing and Gtr.terinsr will have prompt attention. of our aulcidal folly in putting ourwlvea told unmistakably his deep regret. The ward, which I stow away among my few tea they started for tho parlor, the young T. Jf. JohnutOH, ... where Satan can reach ua, io'tead of abid dear fellow a few days.sgo nude hi ap- - "art treasure," rough and imperfect tn it hdy last mentioned leading the way and Ing in Hi LOVE, whew "that wicked one traraucfi one uioriilntc. swathe! in hi I. withercarrying in her hand ths bunch of Deo ! The meeting closed with a ed (lowers. toucheth u not." It all clear like a land 'blue," (a uMiermon always.Iooks fearfulWhen she opened the door coming from under a ciond a black ly bundled up when In his Sunday toggery, boil too small to hold the eongregstlon, she crird, 'Lcokl Lookr and pointed to fc a night. Adieu to the nightmare of toy and only apiMjar at hit best in tola and a and one of the churches in town dismiss-Jn- the parlor, where she saw distinctly a tall its Weil nesday evening lervice lo give wbitti figure standing at the door. She lifa, "lh awful mylery" that God 'truck "sonWtcr"), with a utvatc'iou pickage at the inmxvnt for the rrime of the guilty. unier hi arm, being something done up in the congregation a chance to attend at Top who had first seen it retreated quickly, and Only once wa He pirated when thi ws hi red cotton handkerchief as an outer ping's Hall, a conccfsionjeaking volum was just leaving the dining room by the done in the hUtory ef Hi gloiiou govern- wrapping. Thi being crfully removed-- . for tho revolution in public seutimtut side door from that room to the hall whn ment and that wi when the Bon of Hi as he sat on tho edge of no offered chair since the meeting began; 35, only, for soul ahu again saw the figure, and her cry head-quarter- n LOVEawallowetl up death in victory by dircloa.d a paper bg, which in turn being and 11) for body but the LOUD has given brought three of tho others to the door Ah our heading Indicate, we propone In the future to bo for all gcadH In our line. voluntarily fubmitllng toil fully, and once j revealed a living lobster, which us a foothold in North Scotland thatill and all saw it glide quickly along the hall carpet with an lead lo grand future for ail, in onler that tbo cursed decree (jharley shot out upon lb door (o the door leading to Our Specialties Ever in Je fruu the parlor aro Groceries, Queensware, Hardware ... .. forever. Wuj else air of triumph, while the girls rccoimi in sns, might to Gix). 0. IIaknes. the street, which seemed to open of itself Stoves, Wagon Material, &c. should one blessed feature of millennial fright, until he showed them how securely and close after the figure had pasted Onf a Hock Uarriage. glory to, that "it shall r.o more to said the he had tied up his "laes," as he denominathrough." In large quuntltteai and Tor spot caeb, Wc bny from first Among the passengers on the steamship father have eaten sour grjes and the chil- ted his claws. He had ctught him over you will only call uud see Tor your Having tho discount. Chicago trick to get a drink The latest of Nebraska, was a pretty woman, dren' teeth nn set on edge." Uled re- night and brought him around for our sup-jie- S'ate wo will convince you thut you can buy goods C11EAPEB Bclf, Mary Wake, who showed much tenderness free i for a man to itep up to a btr with a turn to the only just rule ia any govaru-uitn- t if we would accept the gift. Vfe put than you ever bought them in Stanford before and iw cheap 88 to a sick woman and baby who accompa- quart bottle of dark green glaas and afk rtcogniied by the common consent him , atee with honest and profuse thanks nied her. The sick woman told the follow- foranuartof "Ihe bet." After the bot you can buy anywhere. "the soul that rinnefh and then he launched out on lobster fishof all true heart ia filled he will find he hai no money. tle ing tale: it shall die;" and vcn thai abolished by ing, its perils and pleasures, Interspersed "My name is Katie Rlako and I am If he can not get trusted the liqucr will be Savior bearing our sins in His own with personal recollection! ofsundiy mis- our from Scrably, in the County Cavan, Ire- poured out, but in the bottle a dry tponge so making everlasting body on the tre haps in the shape of savage nips Irom for- land. I don't think that any girl ever hai been placed which baa absorbed rettlement of our debt. midable clawr; "creels" torn up by the rud- started out in life with brighter prospects enough to make one or two good tized r cf a life vanishes ders of passing herring boats; and finally And so the than I. I was the et of my parents and drink. ,'aiver aaa puff of vapor in the presence the discovery of tho telegraphic cable to before I was of age I received sever Mexican banana planter get three crop of that magic sentence "God is love and Norway, which starts at Peterhead and even al splendid olfcr of marriage from wealthy a year. The plant in cultivated far more frnr to let nothlnir else." Now we need not which in his lobster Gibing he found bent farmers in (he neighborhood. "fPHAHMACISTS I was so eaailv than any crain or tuber in Ihe notths our instructive sense of right and wrong, around a sharp granite ledge, in a position frequently told of my beauty that I looked ern latitude", and the fruit ia more nutri- -- DIALEES r- implanted by God Himself, have its way. soon to be worn in two by abrasion from The soul need no longer fear to follow the the action of the waves if not removed; of wiwi uieuain upon uie ouera ol liioae wor- - tiuna. Books, thy men, foolishly thinking they wero not voice of God within which once seemed at which ho gave due notice at the head ofThoee unhappy perron who sutler from good enough for me. daggers drawn with the voice of His word fice. And so ho chatted away for a pleas-an- t rhjiyclaaa' preoptions accurately coinpaunJoJ ''While out riding one day my borne nervousness and dyspepiia should ue Car without. There wa no real discrepancy Alio hour and then took a reluctant lotve. ran away, and I was saved from death by ter'a Little Nerve 1'ilN, which are made wort! Alia! the misinterpretation of the "creel" or basket ia about the The lobUr I for aleepleaa, nertfouf, eupeptic J KWELEHS! a man named John Wilson, the steward without wan all our own. site and shape of a small clothes basket, lor the rich Dr. Robington, justice of the Price 25 cent, all drugget. No longer need we wltneia a struggle be- with a flap-doTna r.cir the top for taking out peace for the county. I thought it was tween our loyalty to God and our loyalty the captured cruatac(R) and at the bottom Trail Mark. Largest Stock of Watches, very romantic. He appeared to fall deeply to the peno of right within us, recoiling hole, 4 or 6 inchci in diameter, arranged Clocks, Jenelrj Silverware in love with me and we met frequently. It proposition that such a hor- precisely as In a with sharpened from the dread Ever broughttto thli market. Trice Lower than was not long before I fell deeply in love rible thing could be right; and yet held a cane instead of wires, slanting funnel-wifthLowot HWatcbw, Clocks and Jewelry NEW YORK, 1884. with him, and when about six months af90 itiort notice aad.WarranteJ. in a vice by the thought that It must to to a smaller circle near the bait. Once in, aillllon coplea of Tub Soie have God did it. Then the lobster goes crawling everywhere in ter our Grut meeting he proposed marriage About ttxtf right, somehow, becauro to me I eagerly accepted, lie made me gone out or our wtabltihiuenl during tie put 13 the weary sinking back nfter the fierce search of an outlet, but at this point of en monthi. i If tou w.re to piste rad to end all the CJIuinci triieole into the oniate dumber of "I trance. The creel is balled with bits of promise, however, that I would not spsak an I lait rear otallTb Sum printed atrip eoldInterMlloji you of our engagement, ai it would injure his would Rft a contliuoua of shall see it all when I get to heaven." And Gh, They are sunk near the haunts of the common eenae wisdom, aound doclrlneand awakened to fresh torment wary crawlers by the ledges of rock, where prospects with a maiden aunt, from whom ,ano wit keg enough to reach from I'rlntlng llouie then agiin to be he Was expecting money after her death. Kiuuetotbe top of Mount Oipcrnicus in the by the unanswered cry of our God within they love most to congregate. Charley alTrlotlng Home equare and "I consented lo this proposition, but moon, theu back to war back to tbe uoon tbn.tbree-iuattereoftus Baying. "Klght ii right and wrong is ways describes a lobster vs "swimming afover and ter his tail," which we thought & capital when lie proposed a secret marriago 1 re wrong ," And then the old fight lint The Sun it written for the Inhabitant! o fused. He would not abandon the idea, tbe earth: tills Mine atrip of Intelligence would over again. Who docs, not know tho veri- way of telling it. clrdlo tbo globe 27 or 23 tlm. however, and at last I yielded to bis oily IleTery bnj-e- of The 8nu during tho last year I am bo glad to write that our dear sister ty of that which I am writing, if thiy have waa (pent only one hour over It. and If bli wire or thought on scripture at all and the Noble is not only not dead, but now out of tongue. I contented on condition that our grandfather has spent auotber hour, this newspa- ever marriage should be made known at tho end creat problems of life nnd death. danger raited up by tho LORD after the years or ateadr reading, night and day. of a year, whether his aunt died or not iand it only by little calculations like these tkat It UoU lor this cjnuici, over doctorj had dcGninitely and repeatedly Thanks bo to Idea ol lie was satisfied apparently, and one stor- we can form anyAmerican tbe circulation of tbe newspapers, or of Ua most popular of forever. It is enough to fight the devil, pronouced her "hopeless." It was a resurrea- my night we wero married. That was Influence on tbe opinions and actions of American Nice without haviog to fight one's God every rection and they could only elaro in scienwomen. men aud about a year ngo, and until two months The Bun Is and will continue to be a newspaper day. tific astonishment and own tho power of which tells the truth without fear ol consequences "Tho LORD give thto un God. "Noblo William" ia hard at wotk in since I wa the happiest woman in the which eeta at tbo facta no umter haw much tbe Dear reader, represonta tho news of all the demanding in all things'." This master Moody's- big tabernacle, which ho usca on world. Then my little boy was born. procesacosU, which of worda and In tbo moat world without waste not fall the unoccupied Saturday nighU for mass My husband now changed (owand me readable ahape, which is working with all IU key will fit every lock. It will and and ono night he told me ho had deceived' heart for the cause of honest goTernment, parwhich therefore believes that the Hepubllcan theo In tho hour of trial. Only "buy the temperance mcclings. I have no doubt the me by a mock marriage, and that I had ty must go, aud must go la this comlug year of our And can supply it in any quantity. truth and sell it not." Our God has but LORD will do n grand work through him, better III,-- .. .I.-..- I. Lo. ,8S.!l come to America, ..! one name. That is LOVE. "I will fet Him for he has the gojpel "by the right handle" 3Ky. It with nccustoiuod diligence aud Heart broken I returned lo my father, j on will read what Is sure to be tbe most interest-lo- g iimflt durlug on high became Ho hath known my and is now n workman "needing not to bo as ho supposed from a visit to a friend, but ear In lu history. If you do not yet know j name." May you know it. Ever in Jesus, nsliamtd." Help m to praise tho LORD Is high time to get luto tho sunshine. when T told him my story he drove me Tho sun, It Geo. 0. BAiiNEd. Noble'd recovery. for 8islcr TEBUS TO MAIL SUHSCniUEKS. from the house and said he wished never to We leave souio ono else to harvest our Tbe several oJlttous ol Tbo Sun are sjnt by mall Deo. 1th. Scotland baa glorious sunsets oee myfccjrttate.,, My sister Mary pitypostpaid, as loiiows: The work amoug the sowing in Peterhead. y hereaway nnd this morning tho clouds are ingly tould'iyjfte8ert me. She left the Dailv 50 cents a month, 80 a year; with THE INTEIUOR JOURNAL 1 saints has been glorious and wo are more edltlou,87, full of beauty; so that Marie stands raving house with. me'arjS we sailed a few days pages. This edition furnlshea Sunday Eight STEAM JOB OFFIC13 thnn glad we came. The chief worker was Iho current news of tbo world, apecial articles of at the window, calling ua up alternately later in (ho State of Nebraska." Interest to eicrybidy, and literary and Uro. William Smith, who wa tho solitary hlgheit merit. 81 a Dobh from our various tasks to "do come 'On finishing her Borrowful story tho rcriewaofnewbookioftbii convert of a day'ti work by Moody, in Pepoor woman fell back exhausted. Super- yiHir. tee," until wo havo subsided into dogged Hy prices. Wkkkly-- JI a year. Klght pages of tbe Ixut terhead in 187 1. Rut it was a grand day's intendent Jackson caused her removal to resistance and refuse to be enticed into matter or the tbe dally Issues; aj Agricultural value, special market work; for this denr young man went right Ward's Island with her child, where she uoMiualltd WAI.TON, PROP. W. dashes at tho window, wilhwork or and literary, scientific and domutle tntelll-csuaaving others nnd for 9 years has been a now lies lu a Critical condition. Mr. make The Weekly Hun the uerapiper for in hand. So ho has it all to to wiiting-desthat should she recover he will at a great most indefatigable "fuller of men." He is send her back to Ireland. Tho woman, tbe farmer's household. Toclubaofton with HO hereelf and is "Oh! ohdng" away looking forward to a visit to America on an although wan and pale, shows traces of ' "V. EXGI, IXI, Publisher, night wns rate while I writo this. Tho Tbealnu.New Yuk Uiy, 10v4t evangelistic tour toon. If no other good oxtremo beauty. ew York Journal. awful, following a dreary day of rain, snow, jumhle of tho dcvil'n thing, and each clement more dia M'ROBERTS&STAGG s.o xxm hack-groun- Opera House Block, PalnK Stanford, Ky., -- Fj ds fle I have received and am still receiving New Goods for Fall and Winter, comprising the best in the market, which will he gotten up in style and make second to none in city or counH. C. Rupley try. Give me a trial. ing Wi Hi HIGGiNSi -- Grate, Inp .,, g ii HEADQUARTERS hand, If llfll .. .. r, BRIGHT CUHRAN, bug-bea- Up W7 & WM tote Drugs, Stationery and Fancy Articles. suf-ferer- o. rat-tra- THE STJIsT M6,'" e, lnfor-motlo- u, Uvesyt ialetVM SITIAIBIXjIXSI! zE3i-A.:R,:Lsr:E!SS r .ajstid shop, Rates lot of Horses nnd Fine Turnouts. soiiablc. .-- o. A..T. NUHNELiJCiEY, Stanford, Sun-da- aBHSaW l jvjryKtudofPrlutluKat I" LssltBjBBvs?iv3CiBfe. in-ja- Jack-Bonatat- ei ce k W4Pr SSUar9sHEI CzA zcjr--- "s j P ) A fire broke out Situnlay ovening in a Z.OBT VAiuzruincR and Airom-tjxi- : ttrtOlSTKR AI)TKRTISK)IM!T. the dining room ol the Clemens House, or fioa.oos.eoo. An nxlvcrliscmmt roccatljr apteroA "5. r. WAr-rai- t which is on the second floor. Had it happened later the results might hare been so- - in tho Windham Cbunfy TranteHjti Stanford, Ky, January 8, 1884 STOICK 1COOM . LANCA8TKII, KV. rlous, but beingearly In tho evening the a reward of $500 for tho recovery Umisr the 6t. Asaph Hotel, now cccupM by II. ""and Nationalto Il.nk.M. Offlce hout, pioprletoc with several assistants closed of tho BiWo thnt one ltdomgcd to Mary K. W'earen. Call on or srtdrws a. u. from I o r. EDITOR . P. WALTON. the doors and without giving any altrm, Slovens, who died In Bast ThompHoa iti 1IRX11Y HA VtlJIXAX, BAM K. BUKDBTT, proceeded to tear up the floor In the North 1801. Tho last known of tlata IWblo ia Or M. V. VOItTMAS, ATTOJtNEY At TL.A.AV. end of tho room near the grate when the tkat it was onrrnxt away by Kolicrl LAMCAMTKB, KY. Aa RironM i (be order of tho day the Will nrartlM In 11......1 ....1 ., fire was extinguished without much trou- Btovwu (aaabaad to Mary Siovem), atlrnlion of our legislator! ia cull to some sd Curtof AppVal.: '""""ifffflfr ble when ho doBortod hec about Uio year ! ieatnra iti our lKltive expenditures Your correspondent In looking over 178. which need prompt nd decided action. It -V- kLTJABLEwhat the newspapers have had to say in Tho adverttflomcat ia tho koy to n ro- ha been custsni vert religiously observ7 miles M K..or NIcholMflll regard to who should succeed Gen. Cerro manoo whioli ed, for member to vote themselves h liber tko Timet h already lao It In J Gordo Williams as United States Senator, given in aid flot.r ami It la gW of newspapers to be paid for bjr alwpplr Bnlmtaneo. TJio MaryStovena forgtowloi itrtrnpiultr-- l In thli fn of has observed with surprise that none of SAXE. loUeea. tho8tate and probably, 5 fqulnled! at in a $20,000,000,000. referred to was tlto bcruttifal and nocom- - lh.iUHn4li.U,4ipVJ cf lo InproTrauu diIh fr.m dwrlllsc of E, IT. Kobbe, exchange o'erk for Sper-r- y them have suggested y. c. as a solid pieco plialiod laic, speech advocating the measure, to bo lriI?.'l?., l,V'I!',",e " daughter of Lord Joha Town- - 7 nwui with porehMsad eMIsr, wtll ifiwl of about SOOaerr.. UriiMr lh door, a ood tsrn, sUbl aud wigon 2 A Ihrens, of New Yorl, nbsconded of timber for senatorial purposes. Joking ley of IiWioasliiro, 0!," B,", ,"lo l''P ltk lto -- mL' .test home for the edification ef rural con- Bsigliuid. Ska was krt id lhr atenw; out bulldlriRS. Aa or- atitueotsanl hush the crying of rural ba- with $100,000 in exchange. He. was arrett- aside, it is the merest twaddle for any one born in 1827, and, while- jot a yotuiu .n.n., wLUKHgnuiu, ooBfealrnt As, 1 b frnel n j o Ih. cresk li mostly f rif Pf bies, who are clamorous for the latent bul-eti- ed in Chicago, where he had spent $2,500, to contend that Joe Blackburn or anyone maid, nho eloped wiUi a maw for ftitlst parpMet t.d iu.n. mo.1-- r feorr. maed IS i.plr. Is ronifslfnt to . . stock ex- nearly all of it upon a strange woman he else hse more strength in Boyle county ur.iis from China, pointers in the rim. i --ywu ,, ma ma. I'hurch.teliMl and mill, 1 will M lha prowrly RrI S lirtJ-i""ouKh this 0,." than Senator Williams. The people are Muiuiiiii. jjrnio ui low f change an 1 statistics of the pugilistic ring. had picked up. nirilx .lMl,tn. . tory, but it is probaulo that hi family or w aiidoa rair UuW purcksvra. Illdlflda It to lull .1TJ?J! ". ? of . ' " . Jonfs (irra. on lh. for Williams no matter who the wise At 8an Francisco a meeting was held If In sober sadness tho whole tbingiaa grievwa of lower social standing than tho lies. IIOlBlM llT Mil, I will rant lo rl L1 tor. -- 1111 p.w.. k-tttltti.JM A. lIKllHVIilttlKlt. .. lh, Z. Z "" Si.r uiTiur 10 sun purclui- ous fraud. Granting aa we do the power of to make arrangements for holding a world's workers are for. Mark tills down with a TowuIojh, inasmuch ao 70S S m.. n.,r,k. Ilsnlj, I'.O.Ky f tho bitlor oppothe newspaper and its nbsolute necessity fair in that city in 1887. It was resolved white stone. Elisa Webb was brought to town Fri- sition of tho latter to tho ainrriago ol to every ono who would act an intelligent to provide a guarantee fund of one million Mary and her lover led to tho eloimment. VAIjVAIIXE Vl,,.u tnplk-- , conl.lD-t- t part in refer nee to the great issues of the dollars. The meeting represented three day, charged with passing and attempting to To elude a 'l&Vi C.i.n'T pursuit, when they quit England pass counterfeit money at Junction City, clear in the conviction that hundred million dollars. day, we are yet . The aggregate fire loss for the year He waved an examination nnd was com- thoy luwinied tho naiao of Htovotis. Stanford Town Lots for Sale, it fa neither jnat ice. honor nor honesty in -- Ih- -J ilBCV , V'. L.nc..er rem. J JErs. Steven, took her mother's family 1883, in the U. 8. ia $103,000,000 w win m aviii a'l tPii etddllng ita expense upen the Stale. We There mitted in default of a $300 bond. When lu rn rr "T HUval iniua, lor irjf.rt I'artlrulari (all llihlo with lior, wliich contained a com00 or nlilrrM were 190 fires where the loss exceeded Elias was arrested he drew a knife on Mareend our roan to the Legislature under our larerfnrssls ptllelr at low trlrf. and on KltKMil.K. rp. IS tt llrjantarlllfl, Ky. trims, Oi'Rlt h'MFl , belief and on his assurance that he in edu- $100,000. The fire loss for 1823 is the shal G T. Helm, wherupon the marshal plete family record. fhey twlthxl in Trry rraiubtt la lh Kntih 11.11. .. TtfT l.itlH cated for the part, fitted to serve the Sute heaviest excepting 187land 1872, ths yearn knocked him down with his cane. Elias Wuulham connly in thia State. Nino cltr cf Stanford More than half ol Ihrra are wlihlna soon aroso and seizng the marshal by children wero lxm to them. Soon after nnmrbr third of a tulle ol IheCVtm llcuir. and a of the Chicago and Boston fires. and paid for his service. Tn addition, we of ll un witliln Iwo.lhlula of a milt of ihaJunrlloa drrml. rxrrllrnllx loralcl f.ir James Crummidy cut his throat a few the throat proceeded to shut off his wind tho birth of tho last child, Stevens furnish him liberally with everything re furlrcta or bavr rnidriarut at hu wife, taking with him the Ibat point; quired tocaable him to do hia work. But moments before he was to be hung at Ewt-ma- at a 2:30 rate. The case beconiinir desper lhclouarr haTrrr Inland Ga., hoping to save himself an igno- ate, Mr. Helm placed his pistol to Ellas' family Bible. Just before her death, IranilconteBlrnlly allualnl for wwl we reasonably expect bim to arrange with rldrnirs that bate rtrr hia tailor and hia laundresi an to hia per- minious death on the gallows, but he was head and Ellas rather than run further Alra. Slovens acquainted her yonngewt mr prlrra bern oBrreJ lor talc to Mtanfcrd and and trrmaaieiurb aa 10 plarat lo the history. powrr ol any Induitrloua roan tw artuir on of sonal appearance, to chocae hia own eating hurried to the instrument of death and risk of speedily becoming an angel, desist daughter with tho family a Steveua died in Pomfret, Windham Ihrm forall hojir. ed and was run in. and drinking, if you please, for the com launched cfl before life was extinct. Tbcj fionluponnrwiiirrta, which barrjuat -- Cholera still lingers in Egypt. The S. V. Rowland sold last week ten comity, in 1791, and anxioiu March is brjn opnrd, Ihr l.toadrtt and In Hlanfonf fort of the inner man, and to pay for the Ihcaulllaaarlch aaasrin alroturkr. Moat of aa tnrnulrr no grading and the publications which will aid him in both number of deaths during the summer was shares of Farmers National Bank stock to now Ixung modo for Uio Bible, which, it tbalanj The deposits in the is supposed, ho had in his ixMevsion at IZ'J?: "'" lreinlebad at adrplb of Horn the ornamental and the useful, while he is twice as great as was reported. In some of Harvey Hay at $139 Ihry will ioM to tone but whllr prraoni. tho liino of his death. It contains winning lame ana inuuence to be used as a me villages in the interior a majority of three Danville banks aggregated A ma p of tbrm au It mid at my orare. wliich will establish tho clnims of MJlmo. to future personal advancement. In the laboring people died. The whole num- on tho first of Janunry. A large sum conneans ! II. JIII.I.Kll.Ky. Stanford, (tort, we are not willing to give him a po- ber of deaths is estimated at seventy thou- sidering the smallness of the county and tho heirs of Mary Townloy, his wifa, to the numerous banks in the adjoining coun- an eatnte estimated at $100,000,000. sition of honor and trust and then to bear sand. dfcb After paying regular the expense of fitting him for hit duties, An account is published cf the killing ties. Undoubtedly tho Bible, u stewed away In Ibis day of emolument grabbing let of Carey which was received from O'Don-nell- 's dividends of five percent, on the 1st day in souio nttio in Eastern ConnooUoat. HAVE young Kentucky glorify its large represenHp, but not to be made pulic as long of January $25,000 was added to the sur- Jlartortl Time. a a Admlnltlratorortbe ta'ateof Orcro T. Jotira been Mnking Extentation at Frankfort, by removing this un- aa a cnance remained to save his life. It plus fund of tho Central National Bank. dre'd., I will on seemly blot from the State. Tnn polico in Xew York wsra aotined is a confession that 0'D.mnell deliberately This makes the surplus fund of the bank sive JAN. 10. 19SI, killed Carey that is, he did not do it in $100,000, the largest held by any bank in of Uio ntysteriotu alisAppoaraaoa of a milHUDAY - To Their Slock of democraU of the two bodies of The central Kentucky and leaves Jthe amount yonng lady.tho daajhter of a wealthy al Ihr lair rnldrnrr of drrrdrnt, aUnt two mllr. Legislature, will meet to organize and a half North cf lluloBllle, Mil at public fnrnituro denier, tho nowspsivjrs pub auction to the hlehrat bidder. Ihr lorxinil ..t.i. Thomas Haines, one of the partici- standing to proGt and los $;! 180.75. a joiut caucus to nominate a candidate for pants in the fiht at Greendale b'Ution, lished long necounU of it, with eJabc-- r.f.lTfdrnt. foiulallDr. l I mar, a marr colli, T Pickwick's words are alnays sensib'e: U. S. Senator. Things are getting pretty Brail oranr. 1 tijiar.old colt, I two bora Fayette county, died Saturday. waRnn 1 Stout "Ven you're a married man, Samivel, jou'il rate thoonus lo acconnt for bar absonea. hay rakr, t'Ufy and barnra. 1 roinMtud ranprr, I And now bayo the Beit Stock warm at Frankfort, notwithstanding the in Cen-trHigins,his antagonist, will die, as he has understand a good many things as DetectivoH wito sonrohiag tho city, and furniture. farn.loa utrcalla,liuarbold aod MttliMi temperature of the atmvpherj an 1 it beKentucky. Thoy havo Parlor 7011 Tn:-Frallu- ma cf $10 and under eaah, henrt-broke- n pneumonia in the left lung and gangrene don't understand wora watching orr tbat amount a credit of thrro inontha on iiot- -r gins to look as il neither Williams nor nnd Bed Room Sets, Carpet, now; but vether it's worth tho with food rturltr, trarlnj lnterl fruia date. Blackburn can bj nominated. There is inhlsright leg. The doctors say he has while going through so much to learn ro tho morguo. In abont a wak Mis young Cano and Penitentiary Vm SlASO. TALuOTT. Adrur, lluatonrlllaKy. not a great deal of preference batween the not the slightest chance of recoverv. little, a the charity bov said ven he git nuas walked into bor fathor'a houao, and Chain, Marblo Top, Jas. B. Graves was hanged in Newark 10 me cnu 01 two ia this county, but that is in favor of tne aiptiaoet is a matter o was greeted ai a prodigal returned. It Centre Stand & Exscorns that sho dooidod to spend a fw Williams. The whole State would be N. J., for the murder of a small boy who taste. I rather think it in't" tension Tablet. pleaded, no doubt, to see them both drop- - had annoyed him. He was carried from Woyen Wine. CoN Lkoiblatitk fc't'ooESTioNS. The Stan- days with hor aunt np tho Hudsoa, aad loft a note to hor parents, who won pea ana uarusle elected inMeid. He i the hospital to the scaffold, moanine and ford Interior tenTopandHairMat- Journal mentions the At 10:26 Robert MarDotacandidate but now would be a mighty sobbing piteou-ltresici. Folding Bed Loun- of pro tem. salaries to judges as onr both out of town, lying npon tlia mautoJ tin was hanged at the same place for the in a conspicuous ttwitiou. Tho uoU aloe time to make fie office seek the man. gei, Beds & Coti, Wardrobes murder of his wife and child. He express- of the things which the Legislature should was found when) sho and Sofas, and Everything EIio plaood it, I will offer tor laleon Iheptrml, on Staticians furnish the startling inform- ed sorrow upon the scsffjld, and attributed remedy and it is right. Another exper.se Kept in a First-clas- s to the Stato which ought to be stoppells Furniture Store. ation that Ihero were throughout the Uni- the crime to diceare and liquor. Mn. J. I). Ward, of Pittsburgh, and the buying of record bxiks for the coun ted States laBt year an average of two murCongressman Thompson Introduced a t.'rnuiilntcil Sugar PrlccH. Secretary of the Wostem Iron Assooia- - JJy farm .ntalnlr i:3cra, on Ihr walera of ders and one suicide a day and two hang- bill yesterday providing fur the consolida- tries. During the I ist fire rents the Stale nbon, who has lnt'ii making an examina ,..i.Kiik a.roia, n.arI'reyiour wrii, ami anlolnliie he l.n. has paid for 593,71567 worth of book", for f Col T lllll fol J W ings and one lynching a week. At that rate tion of the internal revenue and DFt- n the tion of tho iron-or- e aid Ilanry l'augbmau. Iain fine alale ol bed in tho neighborno better reason than for which it might be IM) airraaiv In iiraaa, SSfor corn ami Si but 156 men explnted their crimes, while s districts into one iliatrUt rnr .m. hood of Lynchburg, Vo., for some weoks, In wte.i, wlilchlalklnf well. The land I. will auraajiiiNTs asked to build and funish the county court 574 either escaped or got off with inade- State and Territory. It watmil. abashes the office hoii'es. Let the countiei buy roiwrta that tho oro in thnt rogion i the Iworho.1 amliuireilabrof illt,.in h:is brine touwsnilt I will firat offer II In two their own quate punishment. If a life were always of Commissioner of Internal Revenue and fc tracta and than aaa w title, thr Utl WJ to t. retail. richest he has oer seoti, not oven blank books. Louisville Commercial. demanded for a life the record would soon all Collectors of Internal Revenne llicatk conalata of S yourt; t)i an.lralf,-.- , Kr., Cincinnati, j., and Indlanaiioll. and tho oro of the Iron mottntnin also. Ihelatinlrcul nilla.bouathuM and kin Inn stop reading this way. of Customs and provides for the ap' UAnsrjt'a Will. Mr. P. T. Darnum i and Lako Superior regions. Ho predicts furniture.loadr krown on Voaa ' ii'th"and A Nn llaldwln A Tenoi rv. 'tflltase. fprlght Jar of aatr. The Blue Grasi Clipper under the able pointment of one collector of taxes for each ueiermir.eu u po)ioie to preveut ny con- a speedy revival of tho iron industry in Jilts. MltSKITA IlKI.Jt. iLorV" Klr.,1"'""li!rrab.l uate Hano OrViZ' llamlton management of Mr. F. D. Soottswood. new district, who shall discharge all the test over his will on the ground of insani- tho vicinity of Lvnchbnnr. Alrn,lt Imposed by existing law upon Col- - ty. He has lust drawn up a codicil to grows daily in public favor and judging M"ties his two rolling-mill- s that havo been idlo for frofii the fact that it is to be treated to an Ie:tors of Internal Revenue and Collectors will in the presence of his family physi yenrs havo boon started up at that place entirely new outfit, is prospering according of Customs and such ether duties as may cian and tiro other physicians Others will soon lo built and opornted. De imposed oy law. The bill further to its deserts. May it continue to do so. of Bridgeport, Conn., one as an allopathist for an unlimited bonded period and and the other a homccpalhist, all ExrEHiMEXTS Imvo been mndo with of whom Gov, Knott') declaration in hi mes- ejccial bonded warehouses, to which whis witnessed his signature and INimANCK! made oath to telephones in English mines with a viow sage that Kentucky does not suffer any ky may be moved from small distilleries, his sanity an 1 ability to dispose of his prop- to testing their value, aa Seven'First-Olas- s automatic more than other puts of the country from and comparatively Companies, empty distillery ware- erty. The question may be asked, bower, alarms and rojwrtora Ami Oilier Property. It waa found lawleKsnes!, is hardly biurne out by the houses. er, whether thee unusual precautions are that tho condition of tho working of tho record. If there is a worst plies on earth i HitlrgdlrpoetJof I lie not themselves evidence of a mild form of pumping machinery ut any tinio might jerllaed In a firmer luur, Miorl.llirn Calllr, a.l. l?-1DANHLLE. BOTLECOUNTT. I will illlial; aell all than this for murder, God pity it. J. 3t. Vlllt.tlS, Jut., Stanford. talongfnc lo the talata in'anity. Albany Argus. bo oAcertaiued by tho onginecr aliovo by ofllr.T.II nf. SJuilfoiner. deed., at Lla late lol- Biird's Mammoth Minstrels at the Advices from various points represent dent In Stanford, Kjr., on mcreiy listening to tho sound trivon out A Broad View. the cold spell of the last few daja as pie Opera House Monday niirht. by tho vidves and other moving portions Judge Story once told a friend that the Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Rowland, of 8, 1884, vailing over a large area, and everywhere of tho pumps transmitted by tdophono. Psglnnlrig jimnpllr at lOo'cJock, ronalal-tri- g arrived Monday morning on a short judges of the supreme court were ascetics with great severitv, but later reports from BTAMronD. KT. Tho telephono is, of oourne, almost In ait if and denied themrelves wine except in wet all the Western States indicate a speedy re- visit to their old home. as n means of communication wiJB W. P. WALTOH, Owing to the extreme cold weather weather. Proprietor. Then, bethinking himself that liAICOK YOUNG JACK, turn of a'milder temperature. tho water pipes at 'dilcher'a hotel, the his words were too terete a lax on hum in between tho surface and tho workmou A gfl l,ri!er, I :o t.iad of Horaea, moat BlMofStage.OkM, Jcnt, LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. r.iffni mtnnlAl !. f c Clemens House and the Deaf nnd Dumb credulity, he added: "What I say about below. allof'hria In foal by a Jaek; 123 high grade Tirr "f1"! "I'eilXt routbdown thtep, SO Krd Hcriablrt) Ueaaon.llor.te. to Senators. II, Bolo, of the 19th Dis- Asylum burst on Saturday night. the wine, sir, gives you our rule; but it i Shla. XIn. STOTHsmraT is an old man, nnd ltroodgowf, lOObatrda ol Corn, 100 btubtlaof trict, deserves honorable mention rs the does sometimes har pen that the chief jusIt is no uncommon occurrence for W'hrat, SO Maka of cf Timothy lUj, all ol bla Mr. IiolroHo Is a yonng ono ; but when only man who refused a railroad pass. Danville to receive letters and na- - tice will say to me, when the cloth is reFarming luitileuonta, cooalatlug of an aluicial Bills to declare unhearJ of creeks, pers from New York sooner than they re- - moved, 'Brother 8tory, step to the window Mr. llolroso undertook to publicly cow-hid- o n Mower, ihtik Com I'ianler.ore Wagca,ac. Mr. Stetesbury, in Philadolphia, J Itockawaya and Htrneaa, ocs of them blngs navigable streams have already begun to ceive them from Stanford and Lancaster and see if it does not look like rain.' And rery Ono cue hating tern uaed but tcrr lltitr. Mr. btotesbury throw Mr. llelroso dowt DANVILLE- pour u. Iluzztrd creek is the last to be eo mailed the same day. The last Interior if I tell him that the sun is shining brighthim until ho cried I good woik Slulii, HouithoM aod Kitchen honored. did not reach here until Saturday ly, Judge Marshall will sometimes reply: and iHHiuded Journal Furniture and The bill to exempt all penons over morning--. 'All the better, for our jurisdiction extent's "Enoiieh." Four IlnrrclH or IVIiIhIiv, Mmlc the uge of CO years from paying poll taxes Miss Powers, the telegraph operator, over so large a territory that the doctrine Tin: itAxavn op .iimi.v.sssksh. In 1870. ought not to pars. After a man geti that announces tbat the floor of her office Is of chances makes it certain that it mutt A great deal of timo is wasted by Tarms.-AJIiuu- iiol old he ia of no account but to pay (axes. 115 rid under, raih In soon to be covered with a rag carpet On be raining somewhere' " young pcoplo who havo no pnrticulnj --baud, oter ibal aainu, n cndlt ofo nmntba.wlih The IIou'o was not in session from the night of the day the ......... iuiiii n nn, iip gireii, notra with carnet is nut aim in life. AimlcHanoss and lack of fe'2. '.rtiU,T; Women Killing. Thursday 'till veaterdsy. After double down she will rive a hon. tn "7?Vt'ftlJ rsble lu the Hrat M ,.m orfctrnford By far the most startling and horrible motive nro tho chief obstacles to tlm lbs iocrfy lanmoTcl. will e rinulnd before tho Constitutional Session has been fritterWolf & Troat, of Lexington, will probably Manufacturers of feature of the criminal records of the beat nnd most profitable uso of time. K. Jt.CIIKXA I'l.T, Admr. ed nway, it will try and make up lost thru furnish the music. time is the frequency with which women With n goal to attain, nn end to ac with night sessions. The Claite Scott troupe after closine NiihIi, IIIIikIm, M'lmlow meet violent deaths and tho mvaterv complish, and forco of charnctor sufll-cieThe Senators have resolved to remain an engagement at the opera WnicHrs Indian Vegetable Pills houic, Situr-da- y which oashrouds nearly to hold tho mind steadfastly to it.s every case retriein session only from 10 A. h, to 1 r. f ron tub evening, which has given satisfaction nnd Door Moltl- One old fellow, w ho had been used to get to all whote expectations d. There can be but one reasonable ex- pnrposo, tho Bands of timo nro easily havo been within planation it is that many women are transmuted into golden rain. Lite is ting up at 4 o clock and (oing to work the bounds of reason, left ingn, Scroll Nan for Stnnford at very careless of their personal safety. In mado worth tho living. Then, boys moved that the senaion be from early dawn noon to day, (Monday). Tho opening the days not long And nil Bilious past, when nearly all the especially if you livo in tho country to f nndown. play will be Lucrctia Borgia, a character lVork, Turn. inhabitants of this country lived on fario utilizo your time. Itesolvo to turn to Bale to take, lioltik' purely vegetable; noerlp In the make up of the Senate Commit-teo- j in which Miss Scott has no superior and Ing. i'rifna,fia. All l)niirulst.t. it or in small villages, knew all of their good Msj. Rigney wes given the Chairman. might faiely be said, few equals. account your hitherto-waste- d moiiif? Worlf, nciifhbois and seldom saw a stranger, it menta. Most men of rank havo ensilv e to ship of Enrollments and The sherifl af Boylecouiity on Monday was a ommon boast that College. a woman could tonrned Uio lesson of utilizing tho niin-ntcand Manufactures, Charitable Inrioorlng, CcIIIiifr.lVcnlli- advertised 107 pieces of real estate to bo go anywhere alone without fear of molesstitutions, Military Affairs anl Privileges sold on county Elihu Burritt, tho learned blackcourt day for unpiid taxet. tation. This connot now be said of all lo STAMOICI), KT. and Elections. smith," found timo, during his work at crbonrdliir, The property mostly belongs to poor peo-pi- calities. J,mi,!,Pr, Where tramps abound, whore tho forgo, to master novoral language NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. a whose delinquency is unavoidable and tiwns grow rapidly and bid characters re- and Burprisod With a Full Corps of Teachers, And other cultured Europo by adwho when thn thermometer ranges as it sort to them, no woman should expose herRobert Young, father of Col. Bennett dressing ita chief learned body in San- Ibis Institution will opin Its docs at proem, Gnd it hsrd enoush to eet TblrlMutli Km.Ioo Young ut Kicholasvill', fell and broke his self to any possibility of insult or injury on the 2d Mnnd.7 in Heptember ncit. skrit. Hugh Miller learned tho secrete something to eat and fuel to warm them Mtny deaths of women may be attributed of Iff. tho old red sandstone in tho capao. The Senatorial contest in Ohio is And yet, we pray "Lord help the rich, for to the recklcipners with which acquaintanALL THE BBAMCIIFJJ OF A uy oi a aay laborer. White his follow the poor can beg." oip and tuck between Pendleton and ces are formed in certain clss'es. In the AUo Dealcnlij workmen idled during their moraines. The well known drug firm of Samuel Payne. THOnOUGHENGUSHCOUBSE cities nnd manufacturing towns many worn ho waa octivoly at work finding out tho The Union Park Theatre burned at A Warren m,s dissolved on Wednesday en havo accepted as suitors men with whom Ars taught, as well aa Clerelang, caused by an explosion of the Mr.Siinuel Warren retiring. Ho left on ivliy ol tho specimens and fossils hia their acqnaintance has been very short and r1 Monday for Orlanda, Florida, whr rr, if he hammer disclosed. Lord Ohoeterflcld MUBIO, TnE LANOUAORB. DRAW. ?aa. Loss $200,000 of whose antecedents they know nothing INO AND J'AINTINH. In Walton County, Q i Mrs, Whitley can mske fathfactory arrangement, he Without the relates of ono of his friends thnt ho ordinary and proper restraint Call on .., or write 'or rice. shot and killed a roan named Dial!, who will open a drug More. Mr. Warreu is a wrote n book of nbstruso character durWe keep of home society, such women are at the .toclcanj will do our bMtlo,Ico you 0 brgo made insulting proposals to her. good druggist having no superiors in In P,ic0 the mercy of the men whom they trust. Ra ing tho intervals of waiting for his wifo and qi atltr ol n aterlal. lu Tuition, prlrce range from tin By the burning rf the onvent of No- prescription blanch of the business. It is to nppoar at breakfast. Why not follow In tl cent events ehould teach women in nil jMular Uoiartinenu. ivlmsry. JJ8. Int" wMut, U30; l'rcjwi.tojy, H, and Ululate, tre Dame at Bell'fville, III, 27 lives are inenopeoi ins numerous friends that he UPlliai at 111. such examples ns theso ? tW. lll,nlll. ..." nTU,r ......uukh an &,... y Willi nhnn.t bo lost and a large number L known to Ilioriltnl DANVILLE J'&AXIXG 311 LI, CO- "" ' """ever feirlesinn.l may seem verv Ll bo cast. rartlpiilira, a. 10 pBn1 Ap .,,,.ir. .?Lfu,J. his lot niDv Samuel J Utndtll sijm the lioniletl injured. p,, Kl KIAllt, I'rlairliiHi, u.i.n. preUy, it it worse than idiotic whisky extcnflon bill will not pais tsnfcriJ, Unocln Co., is, cmi-83Itek- h. nlcriarounml Colonel Jas. A. Wallace, Cashier of the Hank of Ilopkiosville, Ky , absconded with $50,000 of the institution' futrJs. Cope J. Hnspp, one of the gang of Louisville City Hall embezzlers, was convicted and sentenced tb three years in the penitentiary, Saturday. Henry Vallard resigned the Presidency of the Northern Pacific, and made an assignment for the beneGt of his creditors to William Endicott and Horace White. There are about 6(5.000 locomotive engines in the world and 120,000 passenger and 500,000 freight cars; there are 200,000 tnilM of track, and the capital invested is FW Rent! ii:siuaiim: r,r.r 8UUOKON DUMTiHT, For Sale Privately ii." '"fJ bluft-crun ron-Sltl- Garrard Co. Lands FOR '' " zxs?"":,1 as lb7 I4 T n ,,.. Br. - b.J - do-sort- n, r'1' ENTERPRISE Grocery. 1 Xmiieaster, Kentucky, $10-3,00- cvi-den- GEO. D. BURDETT semi-annu- al Administrator's Sale OCX, Lately Additions al poi-ont- ... D, Public Sale y. pay-me- nt Xi-AJSH- STOCK,&C sArrinAV, jax. idhi.issi, cus-tor- C3r. "Waters Co., rs fl 1. II. lular, : ISnlflrrin Ariiiiiiii.Hirntor'.s Sale well-know- n pro-vid- FirefLightning& Tornado VALUABLE STOCK fDllT XiO"WEsa?:ia.a?3i:s m Chi-csg- o, TUESDAY, JAN. OPERA HOUSE, . . ' i::i;.,"'," .itruMTJi?; citl-renj- I PLANING MILL COMPANY Iooir, nt LIVER I'mmo, Complaints Agri-coltoi- Stanford Female tntho o. e, Drcotl Building BTatcrial li lining Xciimlicr TERMS MpERAT33 ,, -""". a eerl-ousl- imsti-picio- ."', Dsnvlllo, Ky. fc A 5tnii-lttlil!jnUriorMir- DiilEl) npplea wanted by T. It, Walton, corner Main and Somerset sts, 111 1 Stanford, Ky January 8, 1884 Walton's, corner Main nnd Somerset at. LOCAL TIME CARD. Splendid cigar and tobaccos at T, It. l AN. Kssrrss train" r'ail train noln; North .. " ' " Houlh. L9CAL Ktk.... Norh ..., ...... 05 r. 3 00 r. 1 01 A. 2 "J A 1 e. M. V. M Tiiero were not over 60 people hero yesterday nnd they looked like they were mad becauae they had lo come. No Mock was offered nnd consequently our auctioneers are atlent Hit mornlnir on the subject. .ii -- i Tnn bare nnnounciraent that Mis NtTICES. Julia A. Hunt, Stanford's little favorite, Hot Paihtb f Penny A McAlIater. will appear hereon the fltli will be sulli-eieNioii stojlc of Wtrththy cards at Penny A to insure her a good audience. Judg , MoAllsterV rrarl mixed patnU at Mo- ing from the comment of the pre a, where Btavbakd lt ,W( A HUeV she has. appeared this season, ahe is conJo, IIaan llo Cholera Cure. Penny tinually impnvlns; in manner and atyle of A McAIIster solo agents. acting and we may expect to rce even her neiw stock ofewy thinn In tlie former fine effort Rrx mirpissed. Let' giro jewelry linoiit Prtiay A McAltateVs. her a warm reception. Wxtohw, Clock nnd Jewelry repaired anil warranted by Penny A McAlIater. a blinding snow, NOTWiTinrrARDino For conch, colds, a, uo Compound storm was prevailing and the laurcury had Hirn Wlslte Piao. Pnt up In 25 and 50c crawlad down below zero, a fair nnd ono of McKoberts A Trial alw 10c bottle. the beat ptessd audiences we have erer seen, attended the excellent performance PERSONAL given by IUird's Minstrels nt the Opera Mum Katie Oako, P'I'. I" "il IIoue last Friday night. There wasn't a her uncle. Oil. W ( Welch. atngle iwor feature to mar the entertainMn. 1.8. Tkvis leTrn thin week for ment, hut from the riae of the curtain till at hit ranche, near Sun City, it fall, a continuoua roar of laughter told a months Kaiifaa. how delighted everybody was. The singMu Jas T ChaiA, cne of our stead ing, the dancing and the music were alt lest and moit jK'i'uUr boy, haa gone to s, while the personation and funny Iehnnon to locate, much to tlio rcijrot aavintii of Tom WarGeld and Charley tfeTerbnly here. Goodyear were inimitable. It was the beat bete yitr-doy- , Jcpuk M, J Duiiham allow of the kind ever hero and If they want cold an It wv, shaking the horny to coin money, let them come back at aomo hand of the granger who had to come to favorable time and rake It in. court. The Judge li cue of the moat stirring men In the, State and at Wishing-to- n The aemi annual statements of the three h made a reputation In that line that lUnka In tliU county, show them lo bo in a moat proaprroui condition. The Farmers ahould bind him to the heart of hit National, of this place, with a capital of Juikie J S. VAnWiwKi.r.of DanrilU, $300,000 earned $10,027 80 during the lat wai here jealerday, ihrefttrninfr to bring a six months and after .paying a dividend of libel suit airalnat the Intkimok JoL'KNAL I pyir cent .cirried $29,400 to it aurplua on account of a certain publication In ll fund, which now reaches f GO.flliO 82 The Iat isrtir, provided an arvdojty la not made First National, of Stanford, with $260,000 liithia. W rfRrel that we cannot conscl- - capital, reorgtnittd in 1832, earned $13, cntioualy do ao, a the erIJcnce continue SGSG1 during the lat alx month, 3 per cent. Is lo ! paid in dividends and 31,600 tothickm against him. Mn. Wallace K Vauxok, oneof our carried to the surplus fund, making it , brichteal younc men and inwt promising 000 The Nationtl Iltnk at Huaionville of lawyer, will leave In a few day a to was organixd in May 1SS3 and with a caplocate at Sedall, Mo. The action taken ital of $60000 earned J3.S8331 in eight by the bar on hl prospective departure month', all of which, after paying exjiense and the resolution adopted concerning was carried to ita surplus fund, which now loa Die sentiment of the entire amounts to $2 382 70. him but cjmmunity which n:ecly regret to have Mlfg Ci.aihk Scott. It was an cold laM him leave. before the night that we had to go to f XKW ADVKHTINKMEHTK. Mis Rosa Keppert's school will give an exhibition at the Court House next Friday night. A small ndraittancc fee will be JION. A. . TAIilJiOTT charted, the proceed to be used toward Is a Candidal for Cbnjrrai In tbla dlitftct, aab-Jeto lhsactlonorthademcr4crr buying new desk for the school-housThe total number of marriage licenses Issued by our connty clerk for the year just closed was 110; quite a respectable number for a little county like this. A rorctlnxorthe Stockholder! of tha Flnt National Hank Albert Jones, of color, came into town r)lanrord,;on will l held at their banking homo In Tuwdajr, Jan. 8, H8I, lor tha Saturday with the avowed intention to run oi circling eieTenuirrtiors 10 terra lor me juroM ensuing yrar. things, but was eoon run in jail for ten days dH JITS, Cat bier. and fined $25 for drawing hi little pistol, Trains have all been running late for the ait week on account of wrecks on the south end of the road. A freight train was A raeetlnc of the Stockholders of tbe Farmers wrecked almost every day last week. Three National Bank will be held at tbelr banking houta In Stanford, on Tutar. Jan. 8. 1881. for the nur- cars wcro wrecked at llarel Patch, one just I r oi eleetloz nine Directors to serve for tha en- . ! I. am. i .... !...... I .....'WW- - .I. rv.. ml. 11!. 1. 1... wnr. hit bi.i' .ntn fc iwaav 1MW.1.U1 iniiiiinr " dee. 18. , , , J. Jt. Oirsrtt T.Oohhr. oaaiona. iiave nov nearu qi any one g Injured In any of these accidents. ct 3 u0 cl o Stockholder's Meeting. Stockholder's Meeting. e msTB HP! 35 3 H Si c Tsif SRsi K ' .' ., """-- 1 -- M I oe-in- GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. TO THEPUBLI& Rcstcvurant, Lanca$tr. Thermometer 15 below aro, Sitnr-da- y. I bar told balf Internt In my Mtabllihment lo Jobti Vurphy, eon of Mr, J. Logaa Murpbj, and toi'iker we will continue lo tbe stj first-clas- -- LOCAL MATTERS. FmoKK "Your Sweetheart" tale by T. K. Walton. cigars, for ooffiea The Uncrstlol of sugars nnd town, in at Wright A Curran'a. e lltlla daughter of Mr. Harry Courtncht, died Friday night of pneumo-- n Mahy, tl a, aged 16 momha TlIK County Court lt wa engaged in re- ceiving the delinquent tax Hat but dnl nut get through. Mn I citEi.BY Tf.VH ao'd nine sliaiw of stick in the Farmers National Hank of Stanford, yeaterday, at $150 r heretofore Your reporter blundered in the name IUKBf will le eoavtrsd to aad from thedepot free ofrhara. Kperlal accommodation! to C(MPORTini.R lesidenco with three of the bridegroom in the Carpenter-Dinwiddl- e to Commercial Trareleri. The llarwlllbe alwaja sapplird with th eholcsat wedding. Calvin is mad because acrra of land attached, in Stanford, for rale braids of Llqa on aad Clears. or rent. Apply to J. Hright. he didn't get married nnd Kd because he ...li. ii did and did not get credit fjr it. Well the Mim Claiiie Scott appear in "Deborah" only solution of the affair that presents itat the Oper House to night, nnd it will be self li for Calvin to accept the first leap- well worth your time and money to fee MARRIAGES, year proposition and let it bo set down to her. Mr". John S. (laddls, aged 19 and Miss the credit of Ed. The lisptist church will not be dedicat- SueanClem, aged 14, were married at Mr. The blizxud of Friday tightened its ed next Sunday. The building committee George S. llenediclV, a few days ago. grip all day Satutday and at this hour of will give due notiro through thin paper of During the year 18S3 there were one writing, seems to be In deader earnest than Stanford's Little Faycrlto, will apwhite and sixty-on- e hum! red and forty-onthe lime. ever. Few people ventured in the country; pear at the colored marriages in Malison county. and nearly all who came returned each viXiok hkue! You can And atS. S. Mr-erItegiater. with a pair of ears laid up for repairs, I new pickled pigs feet, cucumber pica.-le-- Dr. M. K Palmer, of Lebanon, was have never henrd of as mtny casw of frost freah oyatera and the niceat tea and STANrURD marritd to Mis Klla Caldwell, of lioyle bite In the same length of time. The par' butler cracker county, at the residence of Mr, W. It, Fox, ty who vUItcd Stanford Friday night suf- WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY, personal property of Dr. T. It. yesterday morning. Courier Journal. The TUB fered severely and Rome of them seriously, Montgomery, dcd , will be sold at his late At Midway, Wednesday, Mr. 11. F. The entertainment at Stanford carried residence today and his real eetateonthe Holbrook,of (Irani county, waa married to away most of the member of tho L & 1. Mia Ituth Baker, daughter of the Itev. Club and hence they failed to meet. In 22J. See advertisements. in A F, llaker, the Haplitt minister at Hint evidence of the zeal of the member it may for preparalon UdE Pollahlne, the town. bo stated that Mr. G. C. Helm, with his polishing silver, ntckle plate, tin, jewelry wife, sister and neice. who unfortunately LAND, STOCK AND CROP. show rases, gold plate, Ac. For rale only iSD had failed to receive a notice of the post by T. It. Waltm. Ssmplesfree. Hen Itobinson sold Tom Woods 30 THE CRICKET," ponement, came a distance of about five "FANCH0N Tocmme iiCYEit. If you want a barrel head 700 lb. heifers at 5 cents. miles on thnt inclement night in order to SriN'orted Hj-- of sugsr and a sack of coflVu ro begin the J. S Hughes sold n pair of mulss to be present nt the meeting. If all are ani New Year, It will pay you to get our fig- the Coal it Coke Compmy nt Jellico for mated by a spirit like this, we may safely A Full Dramatic Company or ures before purchasing elsewhere. Hright $100 uiiiiHiiaiAuiuiy. predict the permanence end prosperity of W. O Alexander bo.ight of Allen A Curran. Prliei aa usuil. lleicrvcJ stats at McUoberta A association. 70 acris of land near Willow Grove the Mu. II. C. Fhuse, general ngent for HarMis? EIU Van Meter, of Winchester, Stajg'a. in lloyle, at $38. ry Webber's Nip and Tuck combination, visiting Miss Mary Thompson. Miss Wanted 50 thoroughbred and good is w in town yesterday preparing for bla exBertie Newliu, of Danville, Is with her sis grade bulls, from 9 to 20 monllu old, F. Miaa Hettie cellent show, which appears nt the Opera T Vniinir. lpk'tni.o5 ter, Mm. Jauici Taylor. or a House January lOili Good is spending some time with relatives The coinagd ol tho varioui mints in is nt Lexington. Miss Minnie Dinwiddle Co. Mn A. A. McKinnky, as ngent for the the calendar year was $00,092,710 of which exercising the pririlegiH of tho year ut Ndtiornl rMutunl llnufil Asnociation, has !f2S,'170l0'!9 wero ntandard dollars. H.urodibtirg. Mrs. Doc Helm returned And of Oilier Lnnds. 1 L.Simpson sold to J U Ilrticc, C received for Mrs. Moberly $2,18111, the Friday from n visit lo her parents at Lexnuioiint due on the olicy of her Into hus- acres of land on the Hawkins Branch for Court. ington. Dave' Allen is in the dump be- Unroln Circuit Ti, Hrlm Lavtnla C, Montgomery, D lloatgoruerf, At. (Mn ,Ac , $000, and bought of V. O, Alexander 26 band, Mr J J. Moberly. Notice cf s)e. cause of his successful impersonation of his acres for $2,000. rurni'nt tonjul!iiisnl of sale hert Id at tlisspo-Satnnio Msjosty at the masiiuendo nnd U cisi jsuimry isrin, isia. ina iin'iertigncu minimis-iloiiIt is the fault of the in an who has an ice The lltghtcr reports the following will, llmri!ilucoof the late doubt whether he had better go on the Montgomery, at in tlieiutiurtaoriitanljril, Dr. X. 11. house, if he does not fill it now, Eren the Ky.,on mules ale: lltirgess A Gentry, bought in with two to thrco in stage or join the church. Mrs. J. K. Ityan atreams are covered this county laet week, of Dr. IT. J. Dennett, is visiting her father's family in Boyle TUESDAY, JANUAltY S2, 18S1 ches of thickness, whi'o the ponds show ruuio) at $111 per 70 Iieau ol county. r)tniucncloR at 11 o'clock a. M. precisely, sell Tor beautiful ice from 1 to G inches. head; of Major J. D. Harris, 20 head, (lis pur joeof tllalalun amonc the lielrt or said Wallace E, Yamon. Montgomery, to the li'glicat lilJJcr.it public auc, at $110, and of S. T. Cobb, 10 FiiiDAY afternoon gusts of snow began lo 2 year-oldtion tbe following luuj..- At a meeting of tho Stanford liar, held 2 yunr-ol- d at $105, A, Mcllvain, of lat. Tbe liouis Iract ofSM A, 8 11. and ii Poles. fall and thn weather grew rnpidly colder, hend ii Land, In a Tills Is a superior find next Nicholas county, bought of Fife White 20 In the ofiico of Welch ASautley, Jan. 7th mil ot the town of Stanford, nnl has uioti lta but everybody was surprised to T. 1. IIU1 was chosen chairman and largo nd maxnlHciit hick residence, ai well si mulca nt 1884, morning that the inurcury had gone down houl of two and 'l other ni'CM-arliaiirTeiiinti, lhaplacs wlil (ho following preamble and resolutions nrsl lienlfrntl In thtea parcels, n fillowi; lit. A to 10 degrees below zro. It was intensely $115 per head. Howard flailcy, ol Georgo pirclof201 A '.' K. and 5 1'., IncluditiK resldrnce. adopted; cold all day Saturday nnd nt 11 o'clock town, bought of Col. I. Shelby Irvine 15 wero al A pircel of IM A 2 K nnd 1.' 1'. Sd. A parcel , a oflCIA 9 It urn) 8 1'. The pltcr will then l4 Whkkeas Wallace K Varnon, was head of broke mules, nt $136 John Dey lowest temperature that night the U oflVrtil In tno parcel Ilia tint of VJ'iA and 28 I , membrof thla Inr and our townsman, I lie ni'itiplon reached, 21 below. Sunday morning It bought of C. N. Fitzpatrick 10 broke tnultH about to leave Kentucky and establish emtiriu'lnj; and llna'lj-home; place 2d ot 223 A. 'JIt. will loUVrcdaia anlS'J I'., the whole Htd that hid arcplcd which rtallzea the s 10 below and yesterday, though per- - nt $113 50. James M. White sold to It. P. himself, we are informed, at Sedalia, ijoit money. broke mule for $150. be it fplibly no warmr r, it hud gone up to 5 Fox a ! year-olM An undivided linlf of the Krm of 231 HasolieJ. 1st. That wo cordially tender near Crab Orchard, Ky, on which Whitley Acres, sufleung ha been fearful, The nbore 1U Lest wishes for his micctM and MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. , now rraldra him our 3d, A Unci of knob land, l) it 1GU Acrvi, on but we have lunrd of no fatal consequences proiperily wherever ho may go. theheadwalcrxcf Uit-eHirer. In Mnroln county, Managed by Jno, B Fish. 2d. We commend and vouch for him to adjjinlni; M. I. Itlchirds, V. Cain an I others. in this vicinity. In the north and northThis has been the belt time for gilher-In- s any community in which he may cast his lih, A lot In ton of Milliard, Ky , nljolnlnc west, though, many persons were frozen to (ley, others ico ever known here. Houses are filled. lot.asamnn of sterling integrity, a law- M.C4 - KurT.VV .Miller andfurd a credit ofC, of stock wero Htid whole rrm near 6Ui Tksus death the other lands, a credit W J. Neweoiub on n wnger the other yer of sound attainment and it Eenl'cullin 12 and S montlm. Al some points the found Htiir frixn ofSakil U nun tin. In fiiisl liulullineuta. Honda tha highest lienor. night ate a'dozsn of tho lurgust orangis and of rdiulivd with good wurlly, payable to Oint'r, M. C Sauflkv, muicury registered 18' bilow xero and In Cnn. bsnring 0 kt pent, lam day ur anls sud liarlne wna here, it was the cold-m- l ho said he catild have oattn three or four ilTt of Jiidgiuinti many plloes, aa It II. 17. UT.I.VII, IS-lt Mailer CoiuiulatloncrL. 0. C. C. Waiwem, So'ty. It. more. snap ever known. To-nig-) performance of 'Lucrctia l!orgi,"bf Miss Scott and her compmy, but judging from what we have heard and rrai of her and them, it was an arthtlc production. Mia Soott has recently played a week's engagewhere very flattering ment at prnise were bestowed on hr by the people and prem. The Courier Journal says that her sating n so fine and realistic that she waa rejieatedlf called lefore the cur week ahe seared a tain. At Dinnlle oomplete triumph an I fairly carried her audience" by storm and many of the leading oilz'n signed a tcliiuonial of her merit. The Adeocatt wa nlso high in its praise she will appear in Debo-nh- , of it. a character in which she has hardly nn equal and In which she so greatly delighted a Danville audience that she waa called before the curtain three times. Oar people should not let this opportunity pa it-- sec an actressof so much merit. ptea John Logan has purchased the storeroom he now occupies. We are side tracked once more. We have an abominable accommodation train each way, daily. John Finnell has sold tbe property recently bought of tValden Uros , lo U. B. Durant, at a profit of $100. The torn clock his been act forward to conform with solar lime. Our people were tired of the standard lime. It. W. Lilian, of Lebanon, ha made an assignment to It. II. Tomlinson. This action was quite a surprise to our people Asset $2,C00, liabilities $1,000. W. It. Marrs, the confectioner, made an alignment Friday, to It H. Tomlinson. His liabilities are small. Ill his intention to go into business in Dako'a next Spring, hence this procedure. L.F. Hubble and Sam M. Iitirdett have formed a partnership and will have a 's law office in the Robinson block over store. ISoth are accomplished gentlemen and have our best wisbca for success. Mrs. Sabe Doty died suddei ly at the residence of her son Jesse, at Hyattaville, in this county, Friday evening. She had been sick two or three days with pneumonia and her death was quite a surprise to her famtly. She wa buried in the cemetery, Sunday. A parly of engineers under Captain Spradlin, came to this place, Saturday, surveying a route for the C.G. A N. It. R They had been with Jas. Herring, on Pix river, several days looking out for a good eroding for a bridge. They will make several survey into town whtn the weather model ate. Our people ate anxious for the road to ha extended via Danville, for then we will get direct connection with the C. S. It. It Itig-neyLin-caster Bakery Basinets. OYSTERS Family Grocery and atyle. Mtalii (JIt all hjuri. ut a call. al 211-4- 1 J. T. HA In erery lift IN, Stanford, Ky. ft O CO sr"H Wmmm Stockholder's Meeting. A meeting of the itockhoMera of tba National Hank of Hujtonillla will ba bold at tbelr banking boue In lluitonvl'la, oa Tundar 8th d ay of Jai. I8B4, ior election of nine directors to aerre for ft year 1UM. J. II'. JHtCllF.lt, Caibler. " Notice ! I willaell all the property of Morili Harrlt, deed., al Crab Orchard, Ky., on rionl J. "WotlncHiIny, January 10, 188 1, Coattiting ol HorMi, Cowq, 8Uere, llogi, Wagons. Corn, Ho lei Furcllure, ac. All peroni lodobted lothent at will rome forward and aattlswitb the undertlg nad aod hti coitt. 212-Si St. J. IIAllMH, Jr., Aiinxr. eustomen ol lut ritCw ear wituoat oroennE u. II cmta.ni ii!utrt. n. rr, m, description and dlrei lion for nl.nline all ' err table nd Flower Wni be raaited CRCptC nil ap licantt and to VI ran, ei D.M. FERRY iiivnliiiitttc to nil. &C0.DS GO TO MYERS HOTEL, STAMFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSLDE, - T. R. WALTON FOIt Minoo Moat, Frunos, Citron, Currants, Cranberries, Malaga Grapes, Bananas, Orangos, Iiomons, Figs, Nuts, Raisins, Cocoanuts, Buok-whoFlour, Oat Moal, Cracked Wheat, Macaroni, Chocso, Crack-onTea CakcB, Lomon Wafers, Dosicatcd and Concontratod Coco-anuPickles, Jollies, Common. Fancy and French Candida and Canned Goods Generally. at ?, t, Propr HUSTONVILLE. LINCOLN C0ONTY. This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Reputation, Its Proprietor i Determined that it Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Atten- tion to Comfort of their Guests. lt The time of pauiuger trains on th e C S. It. It has been charged, to tuku edect on nnd after Sunday, the Gth inst. The north bound tr.iln will ha due at Moreland at 12.52 and the south bound at l;20 r. M. These two trains meet at Junction City at lUTAftcr Dec. 15th, I will occupy Brlghl's Old Stand Corcer Main A Eomeraet Streets JUI.IA A. HUNT! Jan. 9 and 1 e a' a, OPERA HOUSE, lst "Among the Fogies!'' (til-mo- re TO Tl'I FARMERS OF LINCOLN aMafMawaaaMaaMaMaaaaiwaaiajsaaaaaaaaa Commissioiior's Splendid Lincoln Sale with whom I have been dealing, I will continue in tho Implement buainoss, and that in a Bhort timo I will have a nico assortment ot I am happy to inform jou that through tho kindness of manufacturers Farm Buggies. Carriages, Spring Wagons, Farm Wagons. AND A More Complete Assortment of Tanning Implements fr tlinn I hare handled heretofore, Illue-dra- three-year-o- ld y l-- Mis-sour- i, d y, wr-lond- a Which will bo selected from tho most popular and approved manufactures with a view to tbe wants of this trado, endeavoring to discard all goods of merit and unsuiled to this market, which, with my knowledgo of this business, I think I can do successfully. I shall exorciso every possible effort to merit n liberal share of tho trado of tho Farming community, and tinliko certain competitors, I can not boaat of tho fact "that I ask no favors ot any ono," but on the other baud, I beg to nssuro you that any favor the trado shall chooso to bestow upon mo will be highly appreciated. Neither can I indulge in tho boaat that "all ray goods will be bought for spot cash," but on tho other hand, I mu9t admit that all ray goods will bo furnished to mo on commission contracts, but at thosamo timo I can confidently assuro tho trado that with ray knowledgo of tho business and ocquaintanco with tho manufactures, ray goods will bo secured on a basis to enablo mo to compete successfully with tho strongest competitors, and as I can not bo eo independent as my competitors, I shall expect to put up with smaller profit. I will occu py tho larRO Ware Rooms now being completed on Main street, opposite tho St. Asaph Hotel, where I will bo pleased to seo all my old;: customers and Respectfully, many new ones. .. do-voifor-tunato d '$ -'- GME30. 33- - "SjWJhJEKttlSrn Pi s ' ys w ex -How Times are Changed! "Changed," exclaimed Deacon Green,, to a year ago the dear little school-ma'acome Christmas, "I should think they had changed. Why, many'a the time I've heard my dear old father tell how, years ago, when he and aunt Mary were children living on their father's farm in old England, the lean little present tiwd to delight them. people, too, the They were well Greens wert; but to find one book or a ball or a shepherd's pipe in his Christmas stocking would make father perfectly happy when he was a hoy; and his sister thn'ight or a new doll or any a box of sugar-plum- s one pretty gimcrack wm a joy indeed. Changed! well, I'd like to knowl Why, I'm told that a boy of thisdty, a real boy of the period, would contider himself a much- abused fellow if he didn't find on his knife, a Christina tree a ball, a scientific top, a box of carpenter's tools, a printing-presa sled a bicycle, a a Punch and Judy ice skates, roller-skateshow, a telephone, a steam tnzine, a micro scope, a steamboat, a working train of cars, a box of ptrlor magir, a pistol, a performing acrobat, a real watch, a gold ecvf pin, gold abound volume of St. Nicholas and twenty or thirty other books, with more or le-- s, besides a pocket-boo- k gold money in it and a pair of kid gloves." "I may have forgotten something," added the Deacon, wiping his brow, "but ho far as I cm make out, that's the proper thing for an average boy's Christmas nowadays." "As for tie girls," the good man went on, raising his voice, "as for the girls as for to-dsix-blads, jig-sacuff-button- s, " mi i i ? Scnu41ccliInntcrioroiiniaI Stanford. Ky., A January 8, 1884 Chapter on the Newly Married. After tli3 honeymoon is over, in which each liven in the reventli henren of bliw, mad is blind to all olitwartl surroundings, there comes a day when tho mere mattcr-o- f fact duties begin, and they settle dpwn to the realities of lifo. Tlio habits, the manners, and the tempers arc things thnt neither knows anything about in the other and that which was long concealed in nn engagement fjr months is quickly revealed in the closa relationship of married life. Some little habit that the bar.l.eloror maiden has formed rasps tojrawness.the nerves of the other, and tho determination on either side to break the other of the fault only chafes and frets both without attaining the object. He thinks that home life should fill their every thought. She thinks a little soclet and gayety would be preferable. He is tired when ho comes home at night, tired of seeing people. tired of talking to them; he has been in a whirl all day. She has moped by herself through the same long hours in the "love of a cottage" that seemed so poetical to talk about, or has spent a dreary time, solitary and alone, through a cheerless winter day in her room at their bnrding house, and is only kept from downright rebellion by the thought that when "Charlie" comes they will go to the theater, or go to see "ma," Tnen there is a disippointment on both sides. She thinks he is "real mean" ii because he does not indorse her plans, and How she did it, I do not know; but (hat downright silly to wish to he thinks she is Fchool-tna'aactually stopped leave such a cozy fireside and such a com wonderful the proceedings then and there. So, to this fortable little home ulsce for any other day your Jack doesn't know what an averspot on earth. always found her "I wills" and age girl of the present day docs, might, She has wonti" the law and the R03p9l, and ten conM, would or should find on Christmas St. Nicholas. chances to one Charlie yields to her impe- trees. ; and is forever after a henrial highnts-A if other's Kiss, pecked husbind But if that stmc Charlie There is first the infant kiss. Tte tiny is wise, and can convince his "littlo wife" lips and little, paionlca face is molded without wounding her, he ha? forever won, into smiles by a kisi the first language of not only her heart, but her judgment, and lifeand as ifrets in the arms that are she looks up to and respects him for hU made tf tenderness, and pillowed en a firmuess. mother's breast.wbT) shall fathom the deep, It is very seldom the cssa that the first earnest love and proud hops of a mother's months of married life are the happiest, kie? And when, loo puic for earth, the and it takes a good stock of lovo and pood little spirit wingi in way to the sense to launch a couple 07er the breakers somewhere unknown land, doej it not seem into a smooth, open, matrimonii! sea. The as if her very life would go out with the faults that are disovcred, the weikness;s last sad kiss to the pulfdess cly? Should that are shown, the foibles that are betr tyed the infant be spared to be her stay in the can only be met with forbearance, if a pair decline of Iifi, "mother's last kits" will be a hope for a blissful future; theu every after spell to keep the school-boin the right rear confirms their onenefa of heart, of path when otker home influences are for sympathy and of purpose, and any couple gotten or fled. And in latter years "moth of this kind long mirried will tell you er's lat kiss" may prove the salvation of they are happier after all thore yean than imny a man whose lips have long been sulthey were the day they were married. lied and defiled by impurity. Though its Detroit Freo Press. inthienca mar slumber, it can never be effaced and through goe I or ill the memoiy circuPeople with thin blood ami feeble of that kis will continue until he sleeps to lation, who are troubled with cold feet and wake no more. haudp, and dread tho approach cf winter, Don't hours. If you have a place of buslners, bo found here whin anted. Nomanian get rich by sitting around stores and saloons. Never fool in businera matters. You must have order, system, regularity and promptness. Dj not meddle with business you know nothing about. Do not kick every stone iu your path. YiiU can make more miles in a diy by going steadily than by stopping. Pay as you go. Respect your word ai you do your bond. When you can help others, do ro, but never give what you cau't afford because it id fashionable. Learn to say no. No necessity of soap- ping it out dog fashion, but say it firmly and respectfully. Ufe your own brains rather tnan those of others. Learn to think and act tor yourrelf. Keen rtbevl rather thin behind the times. Hstr to Get Aleng. top to tell stories in business THE BEST OF ALL. :timJj O,clxlil. Huniia; T II. Morrlion, lgbtfirrt tho third. Vttjtr Urttlnc cm? 8oho.il t V.C0 A. M. Hu'rtntiulcnt. EuriiIturE. 1 '.u,1', Bj Wtt Unef 1'utullura ol '""" "' saaioiisa iu ftnnrord, aa a through trpll .,'""' aiy alor vlU aroT. Wy prleaa art ra low a ilmllar good) raa bo bought la IU elUaa. uc I alio eanbla of lar dtiaooalrallia, J alia krtp on hand a fall lluot of h',h. LINIMENTS rt FOE 2XAHAHD BEAST. tn ih Mexican ftlHatAnKX.lit latent lmubnan known to millions all over tho world n tliii only rollanoo for tho relief of nroiucnta and Jialn. It Is a medlelnc nuovo pnoo nml praise the best or Its Buporlnlcndnnt J. M. BA1T18T. IUv. HoirlhBare. I -t- or. BmiIm HundiTS. mnrnlnf and Olgni, ITayrr Meeting srsry wadnaxuy iiT' noon. Bundar Hthool it t.30 A u. R. E. Cirrow iti iniiKlbTIAN. Wonlilp r by lb oonrcatln sv Dr. J, W. Cot J ery wnl'i uaj onnVcmid and Fourth Lonl'i ara. SudiUt oehool Jew, UuclcrtMkcrN' CiOfHaN ! ror morn uinn n mini or n a Harerance, riupertntendrat. And tnrnJy pitKSllYTKlUAN, HOUl'll. ttT. 1. 8, McKL I roy. pastor Sunday Bchool at 9.W. John W. Uoiit,fiuprlnn-ndut- . Union Prayer Mixdlngou Ordors by WolDoxlay nlghti, lour lunrrali prom til r rltha l Biro, saw lira no. Tolograph Promptly to. At-tond- od kind. Tor every form of external pain Train Hark. 3 HKKWI.N'.M hl't-t'- l I'M, Urai-rj, B. H. WEAKEN. 188-1- . MEXICAN io very boue making tho contlnu laneo of pain nnd imMtusn irarxne JMblo. Its effect a upon Human Flesh nml : ttin Urate Creation ara eauallr nouilur. I ful. Tho Mexican j rVt! xlk tTlio (Jrcat Kngllsli Hcmody, Mnstanjr I.lnlment la without an eqnal. It peiieti-Mr- a flmh nnd maseln to MUSTANG (Liniment la reeded by somebody In I every house. Every day brlnjrs no wa of Ithe-ea- nr afaa a, rule rAlilnr linrn I subdued, of snnrtrre I stored, or a Ta Iambi a fcar.e or px saved by tho healing power of tl- -J rbmin r. I y pia II pm ' Cblatffo ' 7 SO a m ' 8 .HI pn CHESAPEAKE DRD OHIO OT. . Two farmers saw a couple of spcc'acled on the Theuuatdlrtot rouu. wik only oa ihinioof dudes with lemon ran, to all oloU In Wlreeailu, Mnuuta. Iowa ol them exclaimed: "Gosh street, when one Nehrnka, Jir Kor tuilbir lufarimtUn. addriwM Ml'UltAY KLLt.fc.lt. U. I A., what things wo see when we don't have no ! Uulifllla, Kj gurl" "Gentlemen." said the Texas man Ily mutual areemant th Urn) of Farrla A lUm- Oolnt s ttantX butchtr lmilni. hu illanr- in the restaurant, when the colored wai- nl, Mr. Karrfi Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. lutlnir aold hli Intcrmt to lUulvn T . MS". ' jJMM diimpsd a plate of hot soup down his Wllllamt. Th. n drui wl.l I Wllliami.l Kim-- j ter and will conlloua builnvm at tho aama Hand, Theeoly line runnin bsck, "gentlemen, don't lusr,h." As he where we hop to rrcrlto acotitloui'ico ol thogan-ero- u pitronu tltin to th old Arm. v had risen to his feet and drawn two revolv -l PULLMAN NEW SLBEPINQ CARS nitjI.I.lJIS A) ItAJINKY, ers, bis wishes were lespected. " lafayatl.. . 2(200.-P- ost. If mother Shipton had prophesied that the world would have come In an end in 1883 inftead of 1881 she would havo leen nearer the truth. The number of lives which speedily enres enea fiUmeorj of lost in calamities of every sort, where me ui.MAn jubsu a Ilhs-.-tnt- la . fl 1 10.. llln . fltlfTl three or more people were killed, was Jntats, (oat tfl JKxtaalee. Jftnrni number perishing in cwtt, Krwlaea nncl nntl 670. The greateit Spralai, i Tlltri nml any one accident was 110,000. this being miliars. nclCVoaa. Old 5nr .tlppWt, Ulilalni. the estimated total of deaths from the nncl fn.li'. SlMdtta fTrry farm of rttmnl Hit' earthquake in Java, lasting from the 2dth ' It -- mi wit asmt ' Tot th H acra Cmirro it rare of Auguit ti the 9th of September. An l frrrtaar. earthquake in Aria Minor and Greece on ft- - turklnt, 1Traos rfr--. (HlfT Jntnti. Ffaaf Mi-Maltr, a (. a tt wfM awii,! October 27 destroyed the next greatest rxratanri, iiara, Tara-- a, , number, 21,7-1- and the third calamity in J"Ts;fca, -- nan JO. Unt, rait JCvll. ril point of number was alsa the result of the jtba blent aaat alatr alt-te- at tfca t which earthquake in the ielwd of Ischia, off the af aaBalar Hani. Yard coast of Italy, 2,413 being the mortality in ik'Ubl K'lfran. Maataaaj Z,lalaa -i . . this upheaval, which occurred on July 20 r.i ami .i . curra and iiuTtir dDUoi!a. i jus, pwium, horrors the next most dreadful After event was the sinking of the ocean steam" ship Cambria, on January 19, whw 431 OP ALL people went down. The burning of a circus at BerditchefT, Russia, and a theater panic at Sunderland, England, killed 2G3 and 202 people reopccliteljr. The total loss of life on the ocean and lakes was over FOS JUX OX SU.9T. LINIMENT lxa of llratn Power. NrtToai Kxtiauilton, 8mlnat Weakssmi, Impottncy, aud (lenrral of Powrrol the (IcnnatHo ()rk'n; Hntl lt lIlftAA.Ma Ih.l f.illn a. DeforelsHog. (urur ol joullifiil linprudenes or Ibericwaul luatuml jrara, uch Tra4Mark. m Ummtal Uirlliiae,Ilr) la the bark, Dimness of Vliiun, A$4. and many otter dli-that lod to InanHr or Con. rutspdon la all cum ol Punila 'takn.- - thn act Ilka a rharru, rraloilnt - or fad I n vigor, gltlnit Ui lbs eje a brilliant andinarkllnn lauty, to Ihochrrl inoroay wovouior niaiiu. After Tiklnr. r.Merwln' SpclOc l ajld by all I)ru lit) at 81 pr pa ki?o, rr ill pikic for ft. Alwby mill, iioit;a tttt, on rccrlptuf prlra eVull pinlculara In auiphlft. which will t imllt-- l frcaloftrry applicant. Addrtoi all is tha nlo oi)iirctarr. jr. It .it Kit UI V, M. I) . Dutrolt. Mich Hold la Stanford by lVnny A MeAltitrr and all r DruKiiU efirywbcre li a kwIiIt euro for Wnk lw B Harper's Weekly. . I,,.K" .. I. ILLU8IHATED. Ily 1'reiua-lureO- ri 31 200-ly- politic). carrfulijr c(,0Mn ... . ", lh WnVj llluilratrd wwkly ,,."lJ, Journa'a. po.l.10,1 In Ha n',, ofunpirllMn Amirltan In .... intuunm '?""'" .. ' mlt.ii.,ir.T'.l'U,,k."',Vof,h dar. Irani. . 'J'- ,U,t ,kMcl,M 0lt llutl ths foremoit arllili It, n,1 JL punuanrto lh. i? ""Jr"r th. PMIhr lo Id tho -- .ill, and, In lo pr-- nt a ron.tant and or Amrrlcan hoiuia. i. -.. .... VII Bllll .... fVirn i" ,b,fBB'Hne"'.""'Plhy. army of traders. !re a. aaii, r!u-(i,flrr,jrirf ' tr. '. " "MONOX KOUXE." Louisville, New Albany & lyiiicago HAEPER'S PERIODICALS, lUriwr1) MiRiilne H)rper') Weekly I'PII VI'lli LM llarer'a llaiir llarprr'a Youoj ...... .f00 4 0) railway. Pulncc Curs I liarier') (51 "I..Z. I'rople .... Hjuara Library, one Number.) Krankllo .... . ear W IH 0 i..a, jKnw TonDje Tree .... to all auhkrltx-r- rri! THK (),V;,V LINK ItU.NNINU Slatea or Caea la. Hi In ih. ifnni 10 00 rrr Hk the ...ii iyHIMEnT NuiuNrlor Jinuirr ef rich year When na lima meniloned, H .ill be undent I that lh, AXD BOI.ID THAI.Ss r.l".r.W."h", V ?flu.'0"c' "h Number receipt order. K'r Aaouil Volui- a- of Harrr'a LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO m.nkl!' ""I10"! "I" I eiitl.y or i. ihelrtlihtd- o- net exceed one dollar Brarui. NoTica. rMngc r Irora tha Kaor-- l f V t per Tolam. li "ranch of I. II It, U. arrlta In IxjuI.III Hulh taa- -f reach Volume, iuIUM. f,.r to tlraoto takn thsereolng train of tho "Mono ; . Puetpald, on receipt or ltoulr" and iro through la luminance aluUl.ende by Orccnrnslle. C'ranronlitTlllr, Lnfajetto y Order or Moa. Dran. to areld chare ol low. nnJ ChicnKO without clianKe. .- Pullman ". - ''":). ' TIMK TAIII.1 bTATIU.NS. Dally. , Hilly. .m!"",u"'tu in. llAllPEIl WT m )d)rtUmeat A HHOrif EIH. Ifthtri. .Nea Verk. I.te. Iioutxllliu .... U . . Ait Ora " Crawford)Tll!a. . ' 7 4 1 01 1 M J IS p iui a qi, 1 a ui' S Irttm pia 01 a ui t St fiJe-whiske- New Firm. Kentucky's Route East tj, i- l may have occasion to riro up and ble-- s the memory of a Connecticut Yankee who has invented a "portable steam body heater." The hedter id described aj a "tiny copper boiler, set over a spirit lamp, the whole incioeed in a tin case and intended to be worn in the hip pocket or 'bustle' of the steam body, according to sex. Connected with the boiler is a lot of rubber pipes to plus around the small of tho buck and down the legs, and defined to carry Meam promiscuously through n man's clothes, with an escape pipe at tho back of ths neck, the whole concealed from view." It may be converted into a weapon of or offense, by accumulating steam, with an ercapo valve. Thus, if attacked; the wearer has only to point the eecipe pipe in the direction of the antagonist, loosen the valve, and let him have a jet of the steam full in the face. It is a splendid idea. Worn ii need be no longer defenseOffice OTer Fiit less. Dudes ard loafers will give her a The number of tickets collected by a wido berth whtn they know her to be AIiEX. ANDEUBON, s railroad in the course tf a year steim-riggc- d A.T XiA.W, and under full sail. The is something stupendous. Five tons o DANVILLE, KY., novelty, too, of a great nia?s of people let these trifling paper flips accumulate in the Will pucttoe in tho Court) of Uoyla and adjoining ting off steam when there is too much ijiun x Aioany iianroau omce in tills countlM and In the Court of Appeal). pressure will add to the jiIctureHiueneiH of eity 5 early, and yield a snug sum when J. B. FIBII.. life. A sloim whistle also might be easily sjld for paper sleek. The colored tickets A.t And MuterCommlMlonerltockcastloCircultCourt attached with which to warn friends of are bundled up by themrelvcs in neat MT. VEHNON, KY. your coming and enemies of your pres- packages, and the white ones in seperate Will practlco In the Itocicaatle Court). CollecITS tion) a ipeclalty. Office ta ence. It would be serviceable in applaudlots, the latter; of course bringing the highing at theatres, concerts and mass meetings. er prices. LEE P. HUFFMAN, In fact, there is no end to the uses to which But there is many a slips between Agent BTANFOIID, KY. the apparatus can be applied. Griggs's dep&rlment and the pulp room of Offlc South aide Main fitroot, two doors above de-fan- se -- It Nerer Fails. People are startled by it wonderful cure. The fact that Dr. WhiUsel's GerFSTLE man Cough Srrup for Coughs, Consumpdise-- ws daily curing and Lun tion ha causthousands of this terrible,dia ed all who have teited its merits to pronounce it a nerer failing remedy. Speedy A Good Wife, in affording relief, effectual in arreting A good wife is to a man wisdom, strength and courage; a bad one is confufion, weak- further progress of disease. Try it and be For sale by Mcltobert A ness end despair. No condition is hopeless convinced. Druggists. John D. Park A Sons Rick, ncediche and rrllrre all th tronMw to a man when the wife possesses firrnnees, S'agg, a lata of lkiiiwi1iitku decision and economy. There is no out- Agent. Xao k, DrowaiaMt, lJarMfxrar. In the Side, Ac. Tfhila Ihnaoil fciana fala ward propriety which can counteract indo-a aide sseeeea kaa h rBUFkS8I0.tAI. lence, extravagance and folly at home. No spirit can long endure bad influence. Man J. VV. BIOW, is strong but his heart is not adamant, fie SAK M. BCRORTT. & DKOWIT, BUHDETT .yftCarifr'i Little UTarr'".!imiaI3y needs n tranquil mind and especially if he is vilnabU U CoaHpUa, autarHi rraaag A.a" SL.A.W an intelligent man with a whole bead, he thUaaaojinf caaipUuit, wUiaft aJaeeaoM) all dlaardwe ef tke (tfaaalax lva Jlrw MT. VEBSOM, KY. need 4 a moral force in the conflict of life. aiulnv letka levels. JNam U tkj aal aural To recover his composure, home must a r. w. Tixo3. yrxiLAOH visaoy. place of peace and comfort. There his T. W. & W.B. VAIlKOir, soul renews its strength and goes forth with ATTORNEYS A.T XiA."W, BTANFOBU, KY. Ache they wooU bealmoit prtcalau to taoee who renewed vigor to encounter the labors and Office ta Owiley 4 Bon) dow bulldlng-- up )ttlra. euJfor fr jai ttiki dlitrawta cuaapUlat, hal troubles of life. But if at home I.c finds who once trr Ibtia will flad tkaaa Utile tUIa Tals M. PEYTON, no rest and there is met with bad temper, able la eo rniny Mays that thry will not It wUb A.'V IA."V, todowUboutlbcta. Uutartirllclc4U STANFORD, KY. jaalousy and gloom, assailed with com(Xurti of Lincoln and ad- Will plaint and censures, hope vanishes and he Joining practice in the bupcrlor Court and Court counties aud the HpcUI atteutlon glren to collection). ol Appeals. sinks into despair. 111 National liank. CARTERS i; h. 1VER IPiU ib te CUftf W- 'PCTf THK QRIAT SHORTEST AND tUiCKEST raoM LociiriLLi to tjii f lii. w)EtIky ki E A SOLED TRAIN raox "WASHIlf QTOIT CITY. OooawtlDg In Through Trunk Line LoulHvllI',tiiuinnniiniitlI.,x. lllKtlTU, ly ime depot with ful tralui 0r Du-alac- The Direct Sonte Tillo, JTtrfolk, NowL?orl1- toljnohburf', Dan- - SICK nar Wilint Cbn.g iiiilifcSiiitf Unrlulid ROUTE All Virginia and North Carolina Points. yoarnoanat ticket For ticket) and further lofonaatlon. apnlr to otfice, or addrrn ATTOKNEV8 181-l- SOUTH & WEST Jickionrllli, HEAD PUlUHABCARSaS'teBJiK Lime fteik, BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA in ralaie far) Without Cban(e. J S40TT 4AMED V. KtlKMT. lBNI.,LouUHlTe,Ky. Meal(auiry Atlanta, Baraauab. Mobile, aad Kw OiImd). " Ml1- - " w- - Blskmond. Vlrrfnla. "en'l vuM.r.11. Ag'l. I ,'r first-clas- ATTOnNEY Attorney Is tbsbine of so many Htm thai here I) where we make our great tout. Our pule coxa it whllo others do not. Carter's Littlo JJrer TUls are very mall and very eaiy to takr. Onoor two inlta make a doee. They tie ilrictly Ttvrublo and do not prlpe or action plraro all who pcrf, bat by their uaethrtn. invlaUattfScrata; flte for 1. Bold by (irags-- ta evtrywhue, or sent by mall. ct-ntl- ACHE -- wltboutchesce. Seeking homT)"oothe UmiUnflri IO Use ol thU road will receive apcclal low ratce. bie Aont) of Dili for rate), roulo Ac., or write C. P. ATfcORt', G. P. & t. A. U LoulBvJIla, K. 8H0RT LIHETO THE EAST rro Loularllle la Palace Can KENTUCKY CEHTflJIL BT 8. T- O- fA It to -- THE MaiT DESIRABLE I'll HOUTE Reprajaatittva Newjpapar of tho South THK WEEKLY . does, And decidedly the Popular Itoute, l changes and auperlor accommodation) CINCIBTKATI! Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, "falaoilair yjur llcieta Jnw, e. CAIlTSn IIEDICIXE CO.KcwYork. Courier - Journal AN OIUJAN OK The North, Northwest and Wrel. In fact, If yon plate . In any dlrwtlon, will bo iKMliarveJ by gnt He, Court-houa- TAKE THE- - BURGISON DKNTI8T, the Myera Hotel. 01 Live Issues, Living Ideas k MISSISSIPPI II. IV. h ' 1 r A .! K AK K.11MT Of a paper mill; in fact, the danger of having Pure Nitrous Oxide Qu administered when reKoa THK Nothing in this little world of oura tickets uted twice is so great that those quired. MONOPOLIES, OLIGARCHISM so cmbarrareint; as the attempt to keep up a lively couvercation with a per- for reveral year have been allowed to aciRD DE. W. D.l PENNY, ron who haa nothing to say to rou and to cumulate in a vacant loom nrar the roof BontlHt, F)OM THE SPIRIT OP SUBSIDY I whom you have nothing to say. After of tho company's massive granite building STAN FOUD.'K ENTUCKY. A) embodied in Ihree months ago a ticket cutter was Office orerllobt.S. Lytle'i toro. Office hour disposed of the weather, and arrived at the ! and 1 to added to the road's equipment, and mean from 8 to 12 A. f, neceaurr. 6 p.m. Aneitbetlnart etartlioK concluaion that it la very cold mlnUlerol when from LOUISVILLE In whenever the mercury is thirty or forty while one man and tffo boys have succeedCINCINKATr. IhA Kl in chewing uptight tons of tickets. A and tho North. Kre i'arlor Cara to Cincinnati THE degrees delow zero, and announced the fact ed, and ralacoBIcoplnC4ni to Cincinnati Wajlilni-to-PKICE'SUalthuore, I'MIndelphlaand New York.wltb-ou- t that if the mercury were lower Mill it good winter's job remains, however, at least WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNchange. would probably he colder, you Grid you ten tons more being ready for mastication, to Has no tupcrlor as n great lamlly and political 2rTlwa-ac-f'oSpringfield Republican. yourself all afloat, or adrift, or ashore, or 8T.I.OUIS and theWeat, paper In the newpaper world. ID circulation I) horthwMland BomhWMt. with I'aUco blecplna anything else that means wretchedness or Can on nl jbt train, Loulirilla to SU Loud. Excursion to Tkxas akd Aiikansa9. StASl' TIJtKH T.AIIGF.II hopeleaa despair. One of these shipwreck- The Ohio & Mississippi Railway will seM Than any political tiewirmpr In the South, and It but the LOuisvirxE o excelled byweek few Inmost United Mates. It con ed convcrsalianaliats asked his guest the round-triexcursion tickets at low rates to complete summary of the tains each ST. LOUIS. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL other day in desperation, "Are you a mar- principal pointd in Aikansas and Texas, iue wuriu, aim 111 euunriai column) inenewiui (Henrv Watterson. are alwan ried man, sit?" and when the reply came, good going January 8;h, good for return 40 FOR $3.60. - fronl LOUIHVILLK to able, strong aud bright. Among the tho host got in days. Pasecngcrs purchasing these tickels ESPECIAL FEATU11E3 "No, sir, I am a bachelor," CAflO and the North, with Day Coacuca and AreTelcsraphlcHpeclals from all tho leading oInt) nurao. Without serin Chair Car) through without cbango. an intellectual snarl that nearly suffoca- - will takoa special excursion train leaving, i:rini7f Kit. neoice or liirnee. or. The Mountain In tbo United Stales and Europe. Serial and Short O. ine Hl)turr of a Stories, Taluuzc's Sermons Ibo day alter delivery cd him, for ho immediately aid, ''Indeed! St. Louis by the Iron Mountain Route, at Consecrated Life, tho Kccord oCltsbllent Thouuhli LOOK AT TI3IN J In llrvoklynlalicruacle, Market Iteiarts, Fash-Io- n apd a Itook of It t'uhllc Utterance)." Octaro; The 2.23 p. m. Ernreea (dally) from Loularllle you been a 8:d0 r. M. Wednesday, January Oth, nrav sir. how lone have LotUrs, Turf and Slock ltekirts, Amwerto cloth with and with Imund In barelleJ hoard)pg; tintet eiiKrarlng cf ha Palace blceplcg Car from LouIitIIIo to New correitioniienls' uepartment, roeiry ana DepartCIO )tel bachelor?" Thoo two men havo discov- through coaches and free emigrant sleeping Kilt motto on coTer; York wllhoutihauge, arriving at Washington 2:23 ment fur Children No Home In tho Country Oeorge O. lUrun: photogrcrturaof Marie; inipol p. in. next da- yI In the ihould bo without It. ered that that they havo no affinity for cars lor lexis. This will bo a spleudid "tho Vanlihed City," 7 pase), tlinlle) front aud 3 or eiact reIly leares ol foe in the back HUllSCItll'TlOX Ti;itJIS: each other, and when they meet they just opportunity to locate a home in tho South- production) in ilzi and color ol Ink of the luacrlp-tloHours Ahead of All Competitors. Dally, 112 a year; 8undy,!2 a year; Wcokly, made br the KrcngelUt to any- west, as a special agent will accompany tain Hlhlo. llluitratlnz In a hlinaelf la hli mounnod, but dare not trust themselves couinact form hi) Ernlpanlaand Home.f?eekjr) vlatheO.A M. It'y ilngly copy ono year, 11,80: Five copies, ono year, J,M0. Aftr acluhoi live the bavo I'll rou Ila Kaltb. Tbli book thing more the party through, and every opportunity mm. The private I) a coinpleta hlatory of tbo no inldnlgXt jh Dav Coachea onalltralna.2 hour) club ralior can, throughouthas been sent us the change). Arrive at St. Lnul tbo year, add ilngle ulirlee 200 pacei rereal x A Toronto man died of email. pox be given to examine tho land. Inquire Inmost nature of the L'tacifellst and aro mads pub- in advancoot other llnoj, thereby iccurlng more lUDicr iption ai our iuwmi emu rate 51. IU (or wll ' thl) book. The aitli time for miking change ol can aud getting llril vearlv aubscrlktlons. learir subscr i otia nulv " years ago and last week his grand- of ncareat 0. & SI. Agent for fall particu- lic for tho flrt 0llime iu M ran berecoived at thli rate. Our terms lor Itss Ilia hUtory, tbo cbolco of seats Iu cars of connecting line). llellna chptcr-than a year are II lor eight months; 73 cents argument and all the llibllcal passuei bearing on In advance of other lines to Indlanapolli child slept upon the same bed and took the lars. It In full, it Is a book that ihould be In erery Chlcagoand tho only llnoglvlng Its patrous aand for six monthi; 60 cents for three months. A namplo copy of Weekly Cojrter-Jvundisease. The doctor rays the germs of the li ent rldo along the ilionxi of Lake Mlchlgau. The three men charged wllh outrag-in- g Kentucky home, and should certainly be ownel charge lor examination ou application. by erery convert of Onorga llarnca. The book can For tickets, rates, time, maps, Ac, apply to free of cash diseaso wcro there all the time, commlsilon allowed canvasser), and Miea Emma Bond in Illinois, havo beobUiocU uowbeioelw for lesi than ?J.M, Uy Ticket Agents ol connecting lines or addreis Liberal outfit sent tbem freo of charge. Address )peclalarranem)nt with the author, who IiitIiik It. b. IIIIOWN. Southern Tasiengor Agt y A great many people in the world who been acquitted, although shesworo ipuioved to Now York, ha) lirualy withdrawn all IV. N. UAI.DKUAN. 0. K.Cor. 1'ourlh A Main Hi., Louiivllle. Hkui.Wkkici.y President Courier-Journ- al Hie Co., Loulsrillo, Ky, never(o their ideality. Thero are now egsncci, rhe book (fd.SO) and oirercd are not intolerable disagreeable W. II. 8IIATTUC, together fur W. W. I'EAIIODY, JouavaL(2) are Intkbioii UenM Passenger Agt Ocn'l Manager. theless, as disagrecoblo as circumetances Borne douLla aa to lielher she was criml-nill- y tboprlcoof tho"Llfe of Rime)" alono, the two Cincinnati. Damooratio antl for n. TutIiT fnr Rowannn II'. V. WALTO.V. forJ5Q. Addru asiaullcd. allow. ITHMOU J0UNAL, tiUDford, hy. J. V. HILL, PAuoogor Agent, Lebanon, Ky. onlj. :&o:e,:r poeobs. rd,Mure!e Try'lt.D,0n" 0' ,U,,i,,0U' comfort. TIME TABLE. IN EKFECrNOVEUUEIt 18. IBO heTerofor'e'gTien." M mlnU,f, ,U"tr ,h" ,luj0 BOUTU. Day Coaehea, .DdTndwSriy rd llecllnlog Chair Cars lorm the iueouiled equipment) of thl) Old Reliable, thereby wtllat K.&and Cincinnati.' till "?. No. 2. No. 4. No. fflrI East,West and North 1154-lyr- .J XjionisTrill 3 Trains! That Thieving Tariff AL -- rr. Islington Lve. Pari). " Mllleraburg.... 7 4) " Falmouth...., 9 13 a m " Cyntblaua .... 10 2u a ni 3 a in Arr. Pari) 10 63 a m 6 Lve. l'arla li nn 6 Lve. Covington... illpu i p 13 m 18 p m 00 ji m I. ...... ;u av j ClOpu Go p m 20 p m 40 p 10 p m oo um 00 p III .M... n, Arr. Mayivllle Lve. Pari). ' Winchester... " Itichmond Arr. Stanlord June " Carll.ln... ... fl J 6 . 0 t 8 a i.....M,. 12 hwiui, 1 " Ijiuculer North. Lifo of Goo. 0. Barnes 9 I I n ... HI 3 10 n tn 35 p m 8 50 ii m 1, 10 23 t No. 3. iiivpin 40 SO p in No. f 40 p tn No. 17. p Hours aiPno IO " " incaster lilchmoud " Winchester.., Arr. Paris. Mlllersburg Arr. Paris Lve. Lve. Naysvlllo.... Carlisle , Lve, Rtanfjrd June Editor-ln-Chlr- I 40 am 11 01 a m m 12 23 pm 7 01, m 2 03 p i 7 65 a m 2 60 p m J 40 a 12 p ml IZMpm 1 a a 3 4Jpu ,' put , " "Pails Islington ......... Arr. Covington ' Cyntblana,... " Falmouth Lv. 1.3X, 6 19 Paris no. 23 No. . v a 7 33 a mj 2 30 pm! 7 OJ a iu 2 OU p III 7 ml 3 60 p m 7 63 a mi 2 30 p ml 8 SO a m! 8 28 p m 0 31 am1 4 3J p m, II 10 a nn 0 lo p ml, . ,. sj . t ..'.'Z Ma ni am. Arr. itm.iii. m. , ' twen-ty-ci- n?.!, lt: :?:: ?,. .m:..A"-fl Lv cov.30 iyirVr,'. tf, to. 36 Lv. a S ufbToVSiS paget-glT- No.. and 4 dally bitweon I loh"om Jtlnglou and Covington; all others dally except Sunday. Special Rates to Emigrants. posi-ti?o!- l.c,,otern,D, W. V. McIlOBEBTS, " Aoknt, UU-U- rd. Ky. s