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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884011501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Smut VOLUME ! X.-NUM- BER 510. Heeili Intefio STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY. JANUARY 15, 1884. mtfti f4k NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER TT-J5" t 215. ,. Tf S. t. M, SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT .tiUiC . 1 i. ? J ami A H l vji" i 'tlfttf ( I) w . s ?' ttiOBO -- I I . : . .' ()- - Snmr READ ! ?;'' '!' -- anna-- Mi- - READ! sr suosr - READ. - C2h "OTaa, we " . iis 4it "i. J . FXj.XXqf tililtfl TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN AND SURROUNDING COUNTIES : It is and has been my motto never to carry Stock over from one season to another, and the only way to clean out stock is by putting- the knife in to the prices, which I have done in former seasons, and'intend to do still more effectually (his time. The early Fall and Winter months being almost Spring-like- , and a great many of our people taking advantage of the cheap rates during the Exposition at Louisville, purchasing- there, left me, like manv other merchants, with too many goods now on hand. 3&&8B and to make SEIfSV . E .. -- FACTS ! v v Pi! ' .. - -- . J U "- - - 1 J fl m . 1B B , vUl Hats, Caps, &c, all these Goods at prices that will leave no doubt that I mean what I say. Remember this slaughter sale will only bo for 30 dajs. Do not delay. Come early, as the stock will soon be sold at present prices, for I need D. ELASS, Stanford, Ky. tho-c- ash. Dr. ltrown gitlcrinc his (range crop and haa quite a of the ripe fruit. Soc Oreoi i preparing for the (PHARMACISTS Summer campaign at Cumberland Falls. The young gmtUmen are preparing ouLua for an entertainment to come off earlr in February, by way of an acceptance of the Books, challenge thrown out bjr the iadiee in the nutter of the leap year party. Phjiycliaj' prctlplloni ceurUlj" eompoaJkll Tin L. & I., Club held a pleasant rig- meeting on Friday night, A Urge number of the member were present and the eircio, a portion of which it was our JkgiiUtL Tridt Mirk, good fortune to attend, were TarieJ, enterLargest Stock of Watches flocks, Jewelry A Silverware taining and profitable. The week has proved extremely dull Kvsr brougbtito ibis turkt. Prim Lower Una lb UwiSWiUbf, Clocks and Jswelrr In HuilonTille. Country people have en b(t notice nd, Warranted. found home more plear.tnt than traveling. The arrival of Walton's pony expretw, on Friday, with tfTe Intekioh Jouknai., W? . W was theonly sensation of the week, Thtre was a dastardly attempt liirt week to fire the premieen of Mr. Thua J Christerson, at McKinney. Fortunately it was a failure. The thing is unaccountablf except as an attempt to obuin plut.dir The reputation of Mr. C. is exceptionally good and it la believed he hae not an tne my on earth. While the natural for Bleigh Nico Kates rea- ing have been unusuallyfacilitiesthe scarcity fioc, son of vehicles of the proper build has restricted a general indulgence in this exercise, ltichard Bradley and filter, Eva, spent the week visiting at J. P. KiflVn and Dick improved the time on runnerr, whenever he And can supply it in any quantity. was not ''broke down.'' Miss Mack Logan went to Ohio, partly in search of a milder climate and mainly to perfect herself in certain special studies at the N. W. Ohio Nqrrual college. Our county has now five representatives in that institution. L. F. Sharp returned on Friday from Like City. Fla , where he had disposed of n car load of horses at satisfactory prices, lie reports the market heavy and glow but DEALER iU his oalcs ranged from $100 to $202. It is feared that the unprecedented cold of the Horso Shoes, Hardware, Groceries, Saddles, last few days will prove disastrous to the Quccrlsware BiiRtty Wltips, Nails, Iron, fruit growing interests of the southern reIfarnew, BwRW Wheel, Ntoves, ' Cane gion, Mr. S. reports the orange crop of SpokcH, Cover?, GraicH, Cider Mills, Florida frozen on the trees and it in feared ItlmP, Corn .ShellcrH, Collars, Ntoiieware, the trees are damaged, On the other hand Oliver Chiliad, Champion Steel and Brinloy Combined Plow. Wooden and ho states that corn ii so abundant as to be readily obtained at CO cents per bushel. Cast Pumps, and the Celebrated Bfayfleld;El jvator. Tin HoofHe exhibits the finest specimens of oranges ing and Oa;teriu? will have proaipt attention we hive ever ?een and I can testify ai Bateamen iy. n. ,TrKin.'u. good aj they look. He presented me with a specimen whiah is entirely new to me jr TureUkle and PUwrr Seed OatatHt ft i malt afiklrtr yerkeiwrUiie m which bo called crape fruit. This cpoci-mepl,'AllBjAoTrtUw W b ftrctb aad resembles the orange in form, color , m far loll akoulifl li fliWAIklhB. tce ta and texture and in taste acemn to be mid- tloa of tec ttabla Hd( one T Ue wm tiUn. ire iiii iuimu Iu any Auicriraa I'atali wacU wiy between the orange and the lemon. part of rtarwa lltct, Atlba prlelaallntrodarr oflWlpio aralaa Marbaak The application of a tape line determined I'otatM. Marblchead Katlr tiarn, Ua Hub. bard Hqauh, aad aeora ar otker acw Vraa. its circumference to bo 14 inched. lablem I Uille the aatroaaaa ar thy aablle. la laa I find that there is poetry even in the plaat J aaa nnd llir cardraifuitHd unmy larn, otUiaae TT. . rjJTEMOR Journaiu pres? room, The will bp JAMES J. H. 0BEC0HY. Seed Crfoww, Mirblthaad, Mut. 1 1854.-78- 84 hurry and bustle and anxiety of prepara- 7 U n mm tuy it M' A istor 1 I- HVSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. iiil. Drugs, "and Fancy Articles. TjfiwEgiER5rr Stationery B'r J L WTVK1?MlVWP mmwm, A.3STID y $ Mtiglll i& v Wmm raw able. SITMAIBIIalEI! HIJLKIsrEISS SHOP, lbjjoi' Horses and Fino Turaouls. COAL! A. T. SriINJVJBLil.EY, Stanford, Ky. rttioa have subsided. Etch article is in it place and ech operator at his pout. The lights ere disposed with artistic refer ence to effect. The press reposes as if of its momentous mirtion and its light giving potency. Theonginu polished to the last degree of brightness rests quietly above it glowing furnace wailing with a UNO PHARMACEUTISTS, trained intelligence the signal that shall call jt Into action. And now the word is given and as it by inigic the metal ic mars -spring into life end with the regularity IN- and accuracy cf educated consciousness Musical Draga, Wall Paper, Wine. each put performs its appropriate futc Inst r it cm eats, Chemicals, UOOUH, Iilnuer tion. Everything works in perfect unison, Stationery, . Clears, Pocket Faints, BoapK, CBtlery. Tobaccos- Oils, no crafh, no jar, but perfect smoothness and Iitinips, Pe rnmerjr, Ufackla Fire Arms, bewildering activity. Presently a trained Needles. and muslcil voice breaks forth in some popOnr Jewelry, Silverware and Optical Gooda Department is la Charge of CM. ular melody; three other voices from dif- Titos. Uleharus, who will Ilepalr Hatches aud Clocks promptly and in the tastv ferent potnld (a'.ch up the several parts and stjle. music real music gives enchantment to the eceoe. The writer has had the fortune to be present at elaborate fashionable mu- s ctl entertainments, but he claims never to have been no completely thrilled aa by lhoe four voicra keeping time with the quiet pulsations of the machinery amid the weird surroundings of the Interior Journal office. But the laft sheet has been stiuck, the machinery baa ceased to revolve, the song is hushed and the lights extinguished. Yet the enchanted listener lingers still and amid the perfect quiet that now prevails, he seims to catch the far away echoes and harmonious cadences of that myxterious song. Thanks, boys, sincerest thanks for the delightful enter- tainment. ron-scio- M'ROBERTS &STAGG Stanford, Ky; DEAIiEU8 Opera House Block, hh:.o. tZjTJ&tjj&yit . I have received and am still receiving New Goods for Fall and "Winter, comprising the best in the market, which will be gotten' up in style and make second to none in city or counH. C. Rupley try. Give me a trial. W. H. HIGGINS J v Mill, lap The Philadelphia Prui devotes an art! cle to the old time editor of the country weekly who took potatoes and d no paper in the weeks in piy, nnd of Christinas and Fourth of July. But he hiw disappeared, and his successor is another kind of journalist. The concluding remarks of the Fresa are as followf: "So long aa the woekly or Inland daily continues to give the local news it will continue to merit nnd receive the suppoit of the communitr whose It is published, and need not fesr its city contemporary. One gives tho local news and such news of (be world rs it can: tbo other gives the news of the world and such local news aa It can Each fills an Important but differ ent rphere. The reader who wants to know what the world docs as it turns round takes both." cord-woo- n o H O frW Ssp IE9 q 3 H M i .M It I 2 3 H M n I I ps:S)SE0iJpa KkCAraToCVi TKr My A iitw Kentucky fashion is for a gentleman to enter a ball-roowith his arms bare to the shoulder, his shirt open from whciu the BUfpendera cross on his back to the third button of his vtt in frcnt, with a ghastly smile displujine his falre teeth, and his bald head shining like a billiard ball. The object is to cast sarcasms on certain feminine fashions of the Bluo Qrta regions Chicago Intr Ocean. S3 ft n III CO 99 a2"i (psjl 0 H ', fi o n la" Wi w- - MMCASTKK ADUirmKJHMTR. to the locality, where rooms suit! able for ucli ihlnus are almost Imposth!o hill for the Mr. Talbott H. T. WALTiUt THJ3 JCORO" to be ultiHinrd. A cup of cither te, coffee I dlTer for Mletirlratflv mr ftrni lIHHI It. t efit of Geo. II. Hocker, of Boyle. UK IV' 'X' 1 W U.'i llKECltWOOn, KOCIIDALK, or Gxcnn Co! a penny nnrt one csn have ,ICrrtN,lttutr7mlWsM E ot Nlcholinltlo - January 15, 1884 LANCASTKB, KY. Allowing Gov, Knott a page during Stafford, Zyv Dec. 13, 1883. J smaller, half penny cups, if desired The nil Hickman Crrfk, In Jttsamlitn rounljr The Office orcr CMIiena National Hank, Olfitt boars lain! U in lliie-Kand rlorrr ard li In Kxl conthe session is a useless expense. Detr Inlrrlor! and goodrcs dition fur growing any crop tultril to toll rt of from 8 to 12 a. w. and fnin I to S r. x is cheitpne Two of the lovely family of Beech puint aimed at companies to A bill tu rtqnire railroad Ihf Mate tii'l In well adanted to crowlne lobacco. EDITOR W. P. WALTON. HAM M. BUHDETT. combined. Above slnlw are neat little led- - The linpriiTtmonl rontlit of a fraui dwelling of fenco their lines of roads has been offered. wood are n.Uionaties in Chins, going out, i rwiiui win, pvrrnsaana renar, a t:hi ergoou waATTOIINIIY At rooms, where for six pence a clesn bed and ter near theduor, a gtiHl Uarn, alitda asd A bill-tabolish the office of Intur of6ourtc,bn their own charges, in simple wairon hr1 and olhrr neewtry out uulMlegt. Aa orPublished TiiC0(f?v and Friday, ance Commissioner has been off.: red by Mr. consecration of all to the Master's service. every convenience for a coruforlabfo night's chard, tux.li wrtirr abundant and conrenlenl Ac. Will practice LAKCA8TKH,andKV. Id (larrard adlolnlne. reanllea bo had. And so from cellar The fencing oa the crrek li nintl j of alone. Pirn-- y and Court of Appeals. (IJMTrj One of these two sisters is married to a de- lodging may Madden and perhnps ought to pass. of llmlr for fencing urpor and fence inot-J- r are in model style. to gatret all thing eta.oo In (uhI repair Lorallon N rotmnlcnt to The republicans of the Kentucky voted missionary the, other is single. Ma. -- VALUABLEGood success to "Ye Three Cups," for it LA urch, school and mill, I will Mil I he prowrtr low indontaiy term to parltea dmlrlnc. a home Waeo paid strictly la advance. If w havo to legislature hare decided to vole for John ny of the characteristic adornments of the well deserves it. rwllldltldft It to mil Purchastia. wait any time, 82.50 will be charged. Bennett, of Madison county, for U. 6. family manrion consist of rare and curious r. It I'd sold l.jr I I will rent to reliable If any one reads these line who has sancSenator. tMRH.M A. ItKttHVRHHKii. souvenirs from the Orient sent by the JOS S wo. llaolj, lU.,Kjr. The election of a State Librarian his daughters of the bouse, or other missiona- tified wealth to be used in this direction, SALE. The fire fiend is getting in his work with this little sketch may be of use. I bavr been postponed 'till the 13th and the boys ries, so enminy of whom have received peculiar industry. From eerj quarter fl,'r !!' rrivate sale mr farm of about S00 acres. tJ,? written it with some such poeslbllity be(larrard, about on mile below Camn Itob- VALUABLE reports of disastrous burnings are coming have .mother leare of the fun of being couragement by word of counsel or open fore me. iuwn, ' lin large collate host of eight Dick In nxjmi, courted by pretty widows. purse from these generous hearts and hand nurowr one repair, aj( necessary ontbnlldlDci. and nd as the weather becomes more severe is; I have found opportunities for the faith The bill which passed as to Boone and at home. of Stanford Town Lots for Sale. laeianuirrtiioana inaaotstate I'lse cultivation. Umm reports, become more frequent. This r.'.V'j ," 'T1.'1 1" 0n It a In my walks with Miss Kemp Campbell counties, levying a tax on dogs Some of our services are held in a model cure practice The turnpike matter call for more attention than hss among li7r paHenfs and I "fr e qiite sure iT.'i,.t,o.tllDl0n 'UM hrfB lata paying for sheep killed, ought to' be "coffee-house- " e!S erected three years ago by ever been given it. In the citiea and papu-le- and I offer tarsals prltittlr at low price and on rarro, andthe the location fa convenient. Alo( them have . filth to be healed, acne, a earl of the to apply, to the whole State Terj reasonable, lrms. the Kemps and specially noticed here, as some OVEIt FIFTY io 144 pike, adjoining (he H M. jonca tars:, en tbe towce the public safety is liberally made America, those who believe in roll'.V XrlTMln Ibt North cut limits of tbe aarne he sold aa a whole, above Tbe Iwo place Judge IW1 has presented a bill to en the first thing of the kind I htve neen that litre, as in or divided to tult purchae- sltycf Hlanfitd Nora than half ol Ihem are will provided for and hence private property in as a Healer of disease re generally wlihlca thlid of a mils it IheCouit Houm. and a ret In Bat even there, able the county court of Lincoln county to at all meets th'e requitements of a difficult Jesus the dlilllljry, till can be r, moved! Aiwa ceasparatively secure. nuDiftT nf IMm within of a tulle of take additional stock fn the Stanford and case. I have touched upon theo difficul- esteemed fanatics, but thoughtful souls are lh JuDcttoa dtrot, excellently taatrd for per-o- iT iliih ""l""011 ,n suovexieectlbexl prepw- places of popular resort and especially r .... provewenti. In the Intersection of rrgd In ttuluca or bate ttuploiuieni at Pretchersvillel Turnpike Itoad Company. ties in a previous letter. The question i coming into the faith on every hand and Vl,l Intaplkee, contain- large educational establishments are the "I'Ji' aod ,,0 thit point--; mtit tract .... Mj Rlgney has' proposed resolu- one of really national Importance here and the good work goes on quite hopefully. Tbrte lota ara the very best and moot lanllful-Ij- r - land t of T Dun., n.. . ofll acres, . , seeea of frequent and feuful casualties. aed conTenlcntlj Mtuatrd for rrtldentra that the town My heart goes out in lovlnn sympathy with hate of Brvanlivlllr. a warrboua near thede-f?- 1 oflereJ for sale In Stanford, and Legislstion could effect much in the way tion authoristng'lho Governor to take steps in America. The problem is this, viz: ,u' ,0 acd to fecure the names of the officers and pri- What can be done to wean men from the the dear Isithful ones in Richmond, Ky , mr prlcra any trriniajs iuh aa to plstelt In the li"' ?'.",h burU' Prop,0 MJ Lancaster ca power ol of safe guards in these cares and the ':? tndotlrloat man to rcure one of wl be sold lwm- who are now paving through a "fierv trial," Ihrm for a bo.nr vates from Kentucky, who have served in gin palace, who are willing to be weaned, "'""her particular, call g '. Jl"' and to mo often occurring all front uron newtlrfrti. which bate lull IhrT from which I ptay that faith may come bren opened, the bioadnl and ,fp,"lf In hJlanford. lirvantivllle. Ky. in their results, call Imperatively the Mexican war, and have the same fi'ed but who have not yet the strength to break Thcuoll It , aa rich aaanytn Kentucky. Mori of away in the office of the Adjutant General oil from old haunt, furnished by the mor- forth purified and sire iwlhened The devil for prompt and judicious action. ResponIbelini lit-- level aa tottqulr no Kradlmrand tb healing" wtre than anything trry Uat well walir txa be had at m depth of from al powet'of a genuine conversion. In such hates "faith sibility laid upon the parties who have for reference. SO to 49 tret -- Messrs. John Conant, Jno. Brogan and in modern gospel progress and his attar k Ibrv will I told to none but white person, esses, and their "name is legion," obviously tcfearge tti inch institutions would certainly A nun ef thou tu It tern at mr nfflce vicious and persistent. But M. ,W, Venab'e have a bill before the the thing to do, in order to help them, is to upon it are Tcealt in greater carefulness and in !M mo. If. 11. .Htl.r.KH.Ky. shall win the day, though martyis BUn.'cid, a diminishing of danger. In the House to incorporate the Woodbine and give them a place rs comfortable, or more Truth rnthway of the strife that is lit- isolated Cumberland Valley Telephone and Tele- so, than the grog selieM'fiurnish.i And mark the mean time in the comp&ratilelj its advance through this iomes of the country where lnte hours o graph Company. It is intended to eetab right here no half way measures will avail. eeparable from lish a telephone and telegraph line from The ale is good. The coffee devil's world Jargely prevail aod where an exceedingly and tea most Our only opportunities of "drawing the dangerous system of lighting is adopted, a Woodbine, Whitley county, to Pineville, not be bsd. The rum-sho- p is warm and afternoon Bell county. brilliantly lighted. The coffee house must net" for souls have ben Sunday hoffle police should be rigidly enforced in at the coflee huule, ..Monday night at the MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTSevery household. notibe dingr,cbilly and.nninviting. In all and last nightat Cut "air- then: points the good house ought to be "Urimrod Chapel" I will Sr tor iiteeu the prrnilM", on from Frank Jcdoino from the reports Mexican national banks are; making Gate Cbapel;:' both of these queerly-name- d much better than the bad; forThe tendenfoil there was hardly a possibility of a 14 to 1C per cent , per annum. and minus JAN. 10.li, 1881, cy of nature is downwards and there should e1uh'.ishments b.'ing WcsIeTan semination for U. S. Senator by the caucus The Mississippi river commision will ptstors at present. About 70, old nrd My (aim riUlaiuliti ITS ca the 'waters of not c. ven be an equality in inducements, but hut night, consequently we did not hold get $1,000,000 appropriation.' ; at these three servi- llaificira: Fork, nsr rrylau's well, and aplolalnp:d young, ccnfesed Jei-ua decided preponderance on the good tide; the uod.cl tul.T r Mil, Col. J Wi Weather-frour columns open in hops of announcing Secretary Folger has 'called in ten aid lletiry I'sughioan lain Anestale to fne that a grand har ces and it stems ICOaireaareln Rieee, Sfcir corn and V) HAVt the result. The race seems to have been million threes, interest to ceae on March for it is needed to overcome more than a vest is heic ready for the reaper, if rnly the in wheat, ln. Iili looking well well Tbe land ' xncrliae even a decided preference for ' ni aade up with 'Williams, Blackburn and 15. j I hsve not watend and ) Jtceplab evf dliltlan. there belie wculd see it. been Making ExtenJohn I. Hsppy, Cumbaugh's, mv the bsd. It is tbe inianity of ignorur.ee to l.OKD.S people IwoKMol hoUMa n li I will Dnt offer It In two Sweeney, Cain, of Louisville, whose canIraeiaaod then hi bid fir Ioiie preached to a wore receptive peo 1 be itica conilata whe'e, the Watcowi to prevail. and calve; didacy has ne;er been regarded save aa a dear Happy, has been made 1 M , of dream of drinking men, fend of the hilarinf5tl youfg and" regiet the brevity of cur alto, the lainili'K ut- mill, bcuarhold and kitchen ty of the average rum shop, rushing to a pie than this joke, having retired from the contest Maysville. r furniture. - To TbcJrJ'foi k.e(-- , as soon as opened on purely visit. Terse made kcown on day oftale. Jacob Johnson who killed George coffee-hous- e .Williams is the strongest of ibe trio, but This afternoon I went with Mrs. Kemp MUS. nVUSRTTA ltr.i.M, Bichads in 1881, has been convicted at moral grcunds. Of course we know that fee hadn't strength enough to be nominated to her "Mothers Meeting," in one of the is better the worst possible coflee-hous- e en the first ballot if previous votes are any Kuwallville and sentenced to death. rooms of the chapel sho and family attend. There have already been introduced than the best possible gin palace; but you ! And now test of bii) following, and it is said that some of have the But Stock in Cen into the present House bills asking appro- will not pursuade others of this so easily, Here ws a fathering poor winner, Sweeney's candidacy has taken more of and all wllh tral Kentucky. lhey have Parlor wiih children in their ante where the evil is already in the ascendant. iis supporters from him than Blackburn priations to the amount of $500,000,000 and Bed Room Seti, Carpet. bearing traces that the world had A bill approptiating $80,000,000 for But any one not wholly set in fixity of fwes has lost by it. Bj the rules of the caucus, Cane and Penitentiary gone hard with them, to whom this "elect the piyment of pensions was introiuced purpose to do wrong can Understand the the' voting waa to be viva voce and no Chain, Marble Top Indy" ministers staledlv, comforts them in to be made after the first ballot, ia Congress yesterday. About ninety mil- physical argument of a cozy room; a blszing Centre Stand & Ex- trouble, visit them in sickness and "fulfils nnlres by concent of the majority. This lions have been paid out during the last fire; genuine "Mocha;" good "Souchong"; tension Tables. the Isw of Christ" by bearing their burdens twelve months cle.in copperB as bright as a new guinea; latter was probably aimed at Carlisle, who Woven Wine. as heat she cin. It was a joy une peakalle. -- will d Governor Knott offers a reward of table furniture; and pleasant more than probably be trotted out to to tell these tried souls of the gooJness of break the dead lock almost certain to oc $200 for tbe capture of William Henry, attendants; and all surrounding attractive Ami Oilier Properly. tresses, Folding Bed LounLORD and the loving provision He who murdered Lonls Mclniire, in Pulaski Nearer this ideal (which vet must become the cur, at lewt we hopo so. ges, Beds & Cots, Wardrobes had made for "alt the ills that fle.-- h is heir Owing U very bad weather, tbe sale ol Ike pervoa- county; $250 reward for Nelson Carpenter, a reality before men will bs drawn from the al effect of D T I'. Vontiotnery, at lilt late and Boras, and Everything Slse listened with fixed attention, a Gov. Knott issued an order Saturday, who killed Cyrus reafdetjce In Manfrrdf Is poatoned till Isaacs, in Jackson county haunts of dissipation to houses of real re- to." They 1 03 J Psalm. Kept in a First-clas- s It allowing Frank Steele, convicted of the and I gtve an exposition of the Furnituro Store. $100 reward for Lem Futtrell, who freshment in anything like numbers) than murder of W. G. Welch, in Woodford killed TiJman Tuesday, January 22, 1884, was go id to bi there and they wrre s esDennison, In Trigg County. auy where clec seen, comes thia model firHiuitntcU HiiRnr county, and sent to the pcnitenlliry for and grateful for the words of exher Heglnnlrf pnnirtly at 10 o'clock, (ctilu-logi-n John Jarvis, at Prince's Ann, C. II,, tablishment of our kind friends, "Ye Three on' fu nearly an hour life, to leave the prison and attend the parttf Va , Stephen Richardson, at Auburn, Cal ; Cups," as ita old fashioned swinging sign tation that I went C3r- - 3RL. of his.iather, Judge Win. Steele, at One dear old woman slipped herrnuffbox and Isaac Anderson, colored, at'Baruevillr, denominates it. It is a sightly building in acratstare Versailles, unattended Bare by bis brother-fa-l- S. and offered me a pinch, t, C, all for murder, paid the pupreme pen- the EKzibethian style, quaint in vtructure out of her boioia A gel bender, I 70 fcesd of Hcrsee, moat No such privilege was ever grantafter the sermon, which I refused at first, alty for their crimes, last Friday. One of and a successful attempt to immitate the all tf them In foal by a Jack; 12) high grade fs crest-falled and ed before and so an action on frouthdowrrheep, Vf KciT i'etkiblre fihcata.s rnlavllle, K; , them took tbe matter as a joke and the ancient country queen, yet with every mod- but seeing her look a little Cincinnati, U and lndlann.ii. Um part of the governor deserves the I changed mv mind and ask-e- d , .jiruva ouwe, isa nsjrtit or torn, iv oueneisoi m , ueajerainfltelnway A Bon.', Vritr last seen of his features before the black ern improvement add-d- . The cost was -- , disappointed, "Wh.at,) b'lackiofef Timothy Hay, allot hi iv, !ev'.... .7 t!HJbtr Voae Afn,l!.ldwln A condemnation. If penitentiary con- cap was her fot a little. This rectified matters Upright and drawn, they were wreathed In 000, or $10,000. paid entirely by these good Farming Implements, roetlalfng of an almost alw the Kalev. h.,nir... .....' " A ,n victs are to be allowed such' 'privileges it smilea and I "made as if" I took it, n Utile actual : i iraazu. . sew Mower, threk Can Planter, one Wgon,.sc ladies and the experiment in this attractive .....II.UJ.11IB.U1U ! ...1. aa aM.I ... iiii THlleoon be In order to let them out-foAbout three weeks ngo, Rucker Bonny, and csme near produc ly got up my ncse on'l(lve .sour ord.,. mi .... ... vtn 5 Itockawayaand Hsrneae, one of Ibem reln,ja char., .... .ww ...F:L is now three years old. Besides the pricvaand lermti) assy'other real or imaginary cause and the aged 17 years, eon of John D. Bonny, at form of sne ring a I was quite very fice one, bating bren uard but viry Utile, significant title, ing a paroxysm quaint swing siga, with its S good wik Mulis, Houicbold and KlUhen whole thing will become a monstrous farce. Waco, in this county, accidentally cut his unused to the tittilatlng powder; but I covering the three hot drinks furniahed,viz: Furniture and Whe,n a man forfeits his rights by breaking fopt with an axe while cutting wood. The should have taken a miff If I had enetatd tea, coflee and cocoa just as you enter laws, especially if his crime vbe mur wound was not considered serious and the my ncsj off, after seeing her lestcrtd look Fonr llHrrclH or IVliliskT, Made tie sign, with there is another neatly-painte- d tu 1873. While we were ministerder, his punishment should be according to boy continued to go about. From expos of gratificstlon. sentences in the Lancashire and YorkIJHBIIAXCE!: o'f the law. nre the cut becarie inflamed and (bit stage ing to these dear children of the Father, tie letter Txaus. All luinacf 113 srd under, rath In shire dialect on the two sides. One is, "A h and, over that amount, a cridlt oft nantbi,wllh Marie were oil to an was followed by lock jaw, from which the Mis Kemp and percent. Intirt'l wlll.be given. Nctee with Seven'Firt-Ola- w Wi join the Sunday Argus in demanding Companies. penn'otb o'yease is worth a penny." The urliy.iroilablee'nd tayable In the Klril to comfort poor sick and maimed rood that Judge Hines, of the Supreme Court, patient died on Sunday last, suffering the other, "Ye healthiest feast costs ye least." National Hank ofManford will le required lefore Richmond Regis- Entering the front door you are in the pub sufferers there. Mfss K. spoke beautifully the properly removed. resign and allow a man who is pbysieally most intense agonies. ter. K. li. CJIF..XAVL.T, Adrur. to them, as well as distributed fruit to IiMm competent to attend to the duties of his, Warlord. lic room, with counters containing eatables enjoy it. The younger sis those who could A. oSSoe to be elected in his stead. He has GARRARD COUNTT DEPARTMENT. well-keeating-housand drinkables as in a was oil in another put of the city on gece toTIoriJa to spend rthe winter mak- Lancaster. everything spotlessly clean, inviting ler College. hor rounds of mercy and came in blooming HNj the third that he has spent there to the Julia Hunt visited Lancaster at an un- and appetizing. The kitchen in the rear is though the stiee's e walk, aeglect of his business. If the Court of fortunate season, The weather waa very a gem of its kind. To the left of the coun- from a BTANl-tlliD- . STANFORD. KV. K.T.- were sloppy and disagreeable and tbe wind Appeals were composed of men able and disagreeble in const quence of which a ter the door of the smoking-roofor opens, blowing almost a gale, with occasional W. P. WALTOW, - . Proprietor. willing to work it would not be so far d small number were present both Friday the poor fellows are not supposed to turn of Teachers, is Its docket. Neither would the Su- and Saturday evenings. Had she visited angelic all at once and some provision is dashing rain. The brave English ladies do With a Full perior Court hid to hare been created to our town during the holidays she would made for the flesh to fulfil it in the lusts not seem to mind the weather at all, noral-lo- This Initltotlon will open Its Thirteenth Pessloa 8,?.0f ElhtI eomrd.l. mu a - H . . ' a. ,TT rWIIIH. aVB.. ,r..HA . ,.,,ja lueiuaia ( lallery. ISO. i,- on lb 2d Monday U. BeptemUr nasi. it to interfere with tbeir visitations. draw aaore taxes' from the people. We trust have been greeted with larger audiences. thereof. Fatina lentt is the wise motto.with HraDaiie raiee m good attrae Usni. Aiitvm lie next man, who proposes to run for She rendened "Pearl of Savoy" .Friday hope for even the beet results looming in An hour after we were all assembled in the ALL THE BBAttCHEB OF A with every elegance Appellate Judge, will present his physi-daa'- 4 evening and "Fanchon" Saturday evening. the possible future. But no burdens laid grand drawing-room- , appointment surrounding, and these certificate that his health is such as Two more deaths have occurred in our on neophytes that can not well be bourne. of THOROUGHENGLISHCOUBSE beautiful "sisters of Charity" were seated -wHl eeable him to devote bin whole time to county since our last report. Leslie, a DANVILLE Our Father in hciven never commits such the one at a costly harp and the other at a Ara taught, aa well as the office he asks. son of John Burdett, died Fri- a blunder, but "winks at" the weak "times discoursing sweetest music for MUBIO. TBS LAHGUAOEH, DHAW-IN- Q piano, Iris related of the distinguished Robert day morning with capillary bronchitis and of ignorance. O, if His. children under- grand Anient! in guests, as if they had i evtheir AND IVAINTINCJ. being for a time suffering from waa buried in the Lancaster cemetery Sat stood how good He is in this respect; and er been out of sight of things luxurious and Hall, that a alight mental aberration ho took up an urday. Mrs. Elizabeth Harris, wife of so unlike what bad teachers make Him out elegant. .No aOectalicn nor strain in acposition and apparently as teeatthat it was no longer his duty to E. Harris, died at her home in this place to be He would have a more docile fami- tion in either much home in one place as at happy and as In Tuition, price ranne from 115 to SAO In lb prtich. His pulpit was filled by various Saturday, after lingering several months ly circle than He now has. But preachers in another. Is it n wonder that we admire regular rrlraarr, t?S; Intermediate ministers whose services he attended. One with paralysis. Funeral services were held will insist on children having "old heads nil this; and may I not be pardoned by 130; rreparatoiy, f 40. and Collegiate, SO0. m oMhese mt.de so decided a failure that nt her residence by Rev. John M. Bruce, on young shoulders" and so lay on burdens theui and my dear friends in America for For full and the remains were interred in the Lan- that "neither we nor our fathers v,ere able thus invading the privacy of a family cir- HUN. N.particular., as to Board. Ac. address Hall said to him: "Your sermon has proMannfaclurera of V. THtir.HKAHT, Prlaclpnl, the bounds cle and somewhat etanford, Lincoln Oo,, Ky, duced a great effect. If thtPpeopie must caster cemetery Sunday morning. to bear." So the "British workman" must of a strict propriety in my anxiety that the Dr. Jennings Price is confined to his have liia pipe till he relinquishes it, if ever, DoerH, Nit Kit, JJItnelH, bear you or me my duty is clear. I shall retson of these beautiful uvea may not be nasme preaching." A sensible opinion room with a severe bronchitis. Great anx-iet- of bis own accord. Above stairs are lec- lost upou some who, perhaps, might be SPO Huch lives, thus free was felt by bis many friends as to the as the subject of exchanging pulpits wan unci lloor FrnnicH, the latter furnish- stirred to imitation ture and reading-rooms- ; given by a veteran minister to' his congre- result, but he is improving at the present ed with daily papers, magszines and one or ly given for others, from the very nature I bnTOoll ft halfinUrfst in tar tUbllihmnt of the cose "can not be hidden" and it gives to jonti Murpny, son or Air. J. logan KIII'Ul! gation thus: "If the visitor preaches bet- time. Mr. Ed Buchanan, of Martinsville. two hundreds of IngH, Scrsll Saw books, of ref- roe great joy in tracing the course of this ana togetner tTo win cent in tie in tne Ind , is vMting his cousin, E D. Bishop. erence chiefly. Light, airy and comforta- English evangel to introduce these loving ter than I, you will become diisitlsfied Bestaurant, Family Grocery and with me; if worse be is not fit to preach at Miss Mattie Smith, of Burnt Tavern, is via- - ble as one could wish. The lecture-roohelpers to those who will appreciate their Werk, Tni-H- . jjaitery jBasmess. side of the watern, ttt." iting Miss Stella Marksbury. Miss Belle Weals at all tnura. OYrTTCtlS In every style. pattern, characters on the other of tbe ancient has a large For the rest, the weather has been one Injc J. T. HAllHIV, Ky. Htu L. D, Cabdweu. announces in the Walker is vialting at George Denny's. with tiles, 50 or more in number, and all unmittigated horror of badness since we (Jive cs a call. Work, 21Kt etanford, Weed Logan left for Louisville Monday to lat issue of the Harrodsburg Enterprise painted by the members of the family, who came and night before last a terrific gale Flooring, Cclllnr,Wemii-crboardln- g, .that be has sold bis preeeee, type, Ac., to attend Commercial College. He is a most l. t It th huusc. And this is the charm of swept this side of the country, accounts of Ike Democrat Company, and that the pa-f- excellent young man and will be missed by the house. At every turn, instead of the which, with accompanying disasters, nil this morning's papers. We wait to hear his many friends here. Mr. Wallace Johnwill appear no more. While not Drcwicd LuaJicr, cheap texts or dauby pictures so often from the sea, that the western coast is the paper was ston, of Lebanon, is visiting his cousin, J. counted gcod enough fo' an establishment strewn with wrecks. M.Y. its coruse politically, Our solidly-bniAnd other .. of mansion trembled and shook with the fury a good one and we regret to see so enter-febin- g B. Johnston. of this kind, we have dainty water-coloMr. Thomas Woods, of Boyle county, a man leave the ranks of journal- merit in lovely frames of the storm, but no serieus damage to the E. H. BURNSIDE. exqnitite artistic premises ensued. The dear LORD kept us has been In this county for the pst week and all the adornments of a higher tasie, all "in perfeet peace," though I never pawbuyinj cattle, ne purchased a is the ed a night of such elemental raging. The This Old - Known This The street-ca- r operators in Lezlngtca from David Thompson at 5c; also a large instead of satisfying a low one.model coffeemorning papers also contains news of a of this Hotol Maintains characteristic feauture tave adopted Mustang ponies and Mexican lot from Aho DtAlcn la John Leavel! and others at the house. The rough men who come in for a great strike among the operatives in the assies as a propelling power. They are Hills that may grow to very serlone prosame price. H. B. Gibbs A Son sold IS said to be less manageable than steam and few moments to swallow a cup of wfree, portions and abeut which oar friends seen AND red Berkshire boars to Avres Leavell. of look at strange things, but every look is an anxious. The political outloek li lowering f&are dangerous than dynamite. Its Proprietor it Deterained that Cincinnati, at $12 per bead. James N educational one, whether they intend it or in the extreme and as the "sea and the Shall The Commercial asserts in display type Denny recently received a fine Jersey bull not. And then men feel t every torn waves roar," and tremhling hwits "fall for it Hotel be Beeond to xo Ooantrr in the State in its fare, fear," we ean only ery ont with iBcraiag thai it has the largest circulation in Louis-tlll- from a Baltimore party, for which be paid Appointments, or AttenChllonnsorwrltorprlcM W tee altie kind hearU as well as skillful fingen intensity of desire. "(Vitas. IX) RD Jeans. Jefferronville and New Albany of $150. It is considered a fine animal by that tion to Comfort of stojV ud will do e.r uX ,0 p)t, have adorned this place for their kes. come qoicklyl" "Blessed Hope" Indeed; smjjuWy paper published in Louisville. competent judges. A Mr. qrllty of n atial. tbeir Quests, Eubinks, of Jefwill hold 160 and has without which tnese signs of oomlntr disas partainly deserves to have. The lecluro-rooferson county, was in, town last week bay ter and tribulation would be like the very comfortable chairs for scats. It Is Hoadlby was inaugurated governor of ing i anci zjear-o"blackness of darkness." Paggase will be eoaversd to sad fro thedeiot neirers, to ship to Ohio, reeterdav afternoon and calico Char- - Topeka, Kansas. He belongs to a wealthy available ot a nominal price for iamiiy rreeorcnar. special sceommodatlaaa ts VANV1LLB 1'I.AMXO Mil, J, W We leave foi London in tbe morning, if ti U Commercial Travslera. The liar will bt tea gatherings and He Foster has retired to obscurity and tbe comnanv. owntnc fiS'non irru nt Un.l ...-- - and neighborhood the LORD will, Ever in Jesus, always aapplied nlth the cluxlstst jard-stick- . Topeka. Geo. O. IUtinbs. of an innocent character and is a ""brants or Lienors aid Cigars. Sms' DutIIIs, Ky. Senu-8Jlctkl- i) nterioronnml LEGISLATIVE DOINGS, oflVred a GEO. 0. BAKNES in ENGLAND. real boon ben- "l'llAWE For Sale Privately ri HUIIOJ30N IjAV, r3Eii annum M-- pir-lle- a. Garrard Co. Lands FOR 1 .. two-lhln- ls m nrrrn rem-lV.- J,, catss-tropin- heart-reedin- tt conse-ijacoc- ENTERPRISE Grocery. Public Sale tr, Q, ' STOCK.cScC XmncnHtcr, Kentucky, t.ATlliAY. GEO. D. BURDETT s cfc ocx. olnil-ttvallo- n. 1 Lately sive Additions roSTPOKKMEiVT ADMR.'S SALE nom-ktatio- well-dresse- VALUABLE STOCK -- Price. la-ae- om: i.akch: younct Je-te- jack high-hande- n I. II. ISnlriwiii ' i- Waters Co., i,'.,. IK-tai- st v,.' r r" Fire.Ughtntag&Tornado f 1 lowest iija.rrsH7 Stanford Female Crps two-mil- gPERJM HOUSS, be-its- 8'r.. seven-y- ear-old TERMS MODERATE. PLANING MILL COMPANY over-steppin- g y THE PUBL.IO Ulut?w Xo!. well-chose- fire-pla- Iitho ar MYERS HOTEL, BTAirrORP. and Well Still its High Reputation, lt rs Propr car-loa- d Building Material Farming Iiiimbcr! e, It m enter-talnmen- Stmi-8Jltthl- dsuuhter nf t)it Rev. Dr Strickland, pastor of llic lording Ilpllt church in Chicago, During the lat cold spell our citiznn i with the company, and i said by the filled their with excellent ice, pres and public to be a handsomer lady Ouit stork of staple erocfrif and provisthan Mr. Lingtry, besides being gifted some of it being fully 0 inches thick. 15, 1884 ion i now complete. Mwtcalf A Owsley. January Stanford, Ky., Mrs. Morton Crow slipped en the icy with a rich contralto voice in perfect train Little Curie Dillon Webber is an Sri.KNDlD clgara nnd tobaccos at T 31. pavement in the rear of the family resi- ing. AND exceedingly precocious child actress, and l.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Walton', comer Main nnd Bomenet at. dence, on Siturday, nnd wa painfully in- in her personations o( Lucy Beaufort, a ,..l OS r. K. Mstl train going North. .,2 oo r. w. Houtb. residence with three jured, some of the small bonrs of the lltlln Ml of lx years, was very clever COMroiiTAiiLn 1 01 A.M, Kipreos train" Houth indeed. Zinrsvillc Gazette. probably bting broken. , , 2 M a.m ntn acre of land attached, in Stanford, for rale hip Mr Walker W. Gregory died at his A Full ami complete agHorltiicnt or Furniture, embracing ct or rent. Apply to J Uright. 5ETV AnVEItTlSEMEHTK. residence, near Perryville, on Thursday LOCAL NOTICES. cryllilng from the Cheapest i the. SuitCN. No We have the biggest line of f ugara and night, after an illnea of several week. need to kb to the large cities to imikc your purchaser, no matter Buy Paints of Penny A McAliater. HON. A. G. T.4LUOTT collee in town at bed rock price, by barrel Ir Gregory ha alwsys been a good nnd what quantity or quality you ivnnt, hn I can and will duplicate Nice Mock of birthday card at Penny A nnd rack. Ilright A Outran. upright citizen, one such a any communi- Is a Candidate for Oonjrwi la this dli trlct, subA I Inter'. uy. prices) yoa can obtain elsewhere, freight being added. AIho Me . .- ject to tlieacttonof thdemcricr. alTord to lcc. His funeral ocHtandaiid ready mixed paint at full assortment of Cofllnn, CaCf, Nhronds and ItobcH, embracQeoiioe HoinoN, of WayneBburtf, waa ty can ill A HUagV. curred on Friday. ing all the Now Stylen, both cheap and expensive. Wnro rooniH Penny jailed here yesterday evening, for drunken-n- e Jew. Haah Hog Cholera Cute. Hon. J. W. Alcorn, of Stanford, oppoHito fit Asapli Hotel, Stanford, Ky, nnd mibhaving on the ilreet, A MrAliMer sole ngentn. makes a splendid judge, his rulllngs being -IliiANi) new Mock of every tiling in Uie Vn are now receiving another large rup-dI- v prompt and accurate. It is refreshing lo To the Tax-Paye- rs of Lincoln: H. C. DBIOHT. jewelry lineal Penny A McAlisler's. P. J. CUBEAN. of choice canned icood. Call and ex find a judge whose official acts are regulatClocks and Jewelry repaired Watchim, JD) ed by law alone and not what Dr. Hellrig-gl- e amine foryourelf. Metcall & Owsley. I muit bate jour taxes lhl are due me fjr insS. and warranted by Penny A MoAlister. will " j JANUAKY la this paper. or the Rev. Mr. Chadbind may think IfnotpMdto mendfettlwd for Mia 2lit, you Fob conehs, colds, Ac,, use Compound nod jcur lnd train on the C S. wn The north-bounIt rotkti no difference bow roo! tou are, I mut ought to bo the law. Syrup White Pine. Put up in 25c and 60c bare tbe money, jr. X. MRXKFEE, S. L.C. A eight hours behind time on Friday, No Kite 10c. McKoberts Trial bottles. Service are now held rrguUrly In the apology urgeled but pare cuednei. WHOLESALE AM RETAIL- ?Ugif. which has the First Presbyterian " dirplar of handsomest interior chord), church in town perYonal of any Come and ee our handsome Mn. I. C. Alcoiix, of London, spent Queensware and Qlartware, including aome The pulpit furniture, which is elegant and elegant dinner, tea and chamber sets, costly, i the gift of Mis Maltie L. Fisher, IIESIKAIILE STOKE -- ROOM Sunday in town. And DcalcrH In- and two handsome standard candelehra C. W. MncALr, brother of our llriglil A Curran. jMn. Under the St. Asaph llotel, now occupied by V. Stoves nntl Tom. and lien A Crutcher, hate bought Ibe K. Wraitn. Call on or sddrrta We learn that Jud'ge Hill will vote for were given by Mr. O L. Cbmtnan, of Mo. or Kinus Ml E.VK V DA VO UMA K, Jttamin ' Jgvrnal. Hon. W N. Sweeney on the flrxt ballot fur Evan A Farris sold on Saturday 200 Or H. C lHHtTMAS. .Mn John Mkksiion and family and U.S. Senator. He i oaid to be a qualified Mr. Jefw Mention and wife have mortd man, beidea he waa bred and barn in our slop cattle to Sims, Mattingly A Co , of RErORT OP THE CONDITION Lebanrn, at 5c. Same firm bought of D. to R'chmond. neighboring county of Cuey. N Prcwill CO head sirae etas cattle, not Miksrs Annie and Jean Duciiakan, I have removed to my old aland, northOwsley's Old Stand, Stanford, Ky. quite so fine, at 4C5. John F. Wairen of Crab Orchard, were the gurt of Mim Bank west corner Main nnd Somerset Mreel, sold on Siturday to Cecil A 0en 5 butch- The Farmers National "anthe a McKinney. Mn Jan. T. CaiwoN will travel this where ray palrom are invited lo call on me. er catile averaging 950 pounds at 4Jc for the house of I would alto remind thwe indebted to r The friend of Gen, J. S. Williams nnd In the Htnte of Kontucky, nt the Close ol year, with J K that I need the muney and Irutt they will Capt. Rlickburn were busy for several day Business. See. 31. 1883. Wm. ILI.yon AXJjofNew, Yoik. a '.a Ricfimoml, is come and icttle. H. C Kupley, The Tal last week obtaining signature to petition xi XYtlirDl-NN- , of MlS lor. UESOURCES. for our Representative to vote for the sign-ertbti Riirft of Mr. TlolU McAliater and a .,..t330,W2 63 and discounts.. .. Tim: director of the FirM National Ilink favorite for Senator. Your correspond Iuni young grow ryman U as happy aa a Lie ,u" 5.0 OmdrafU Hocker, ent, who made a rather thorough canvars of U. 8 Hndi to secure circulation. . ..... tO.000 00 met Siturday and J. S. flower 28,000 0O Miia. W. H. ffiiiffiK, who' hai bem President and Juo. J. McRolerti', CAbler the town and surrounding country, found Other itocks, bondi and mortgage 4J.TQI li gents bound at Mr.W M. J I loins' since Mr. A. A. McKinney, Teller, wa promo(el the Williams men to be hrgely in the ma- Due from approve resjrreBank wralher 21 7J9 Vi Due from other National Salaries jority. Caxhierrhip. Christina, returned jisterday, Mrs. HI,; to the and . 6,30) 00 Ileal estate, (urplture sod fixture. The many friend of Judge George Iillli of other Uanka were inoreatcd all around. Thete was no 2,500 CO j;tns accompanied her. -Mil Jok II. WILLIAMS hat decided quorum at the Fauuerj National and con- - Moore, of Amador county, California, will Fractional paper currency, nlifceli and 74 pennies le pleased to learn that a recently opened (j'ientty no ilcctin loratfln Cofleyville, Kama. Hi family 2.800 00 STANFORD, KENTUCKY, mine In hi county, of which he i a Specie went thither a few day a fine, nnd he leaves 6,000 tO .. Legal tender nolt......-..-.- .. "Nir and Tuck" waa performed at Mt sold large owner, i likely to yield the precious lUilncp leu fund with U. tf.Tn usurer I Sterling for tl a' place to morrow. DEALER IN Friday night by Harry Webber t,250 00 (J per cent of clrcula'leu) -- MnfKK. Thomas M. and "V. II. John- - and company to a crowded house The metal in such quantities as to make rich ..(IJ3.&0I (S I.ebnon, were here Saturday in ScntiiilVtmxrnt njr. "From the rise to all men concerned. Danville i Judge To'al. sroN, the Interest of the White Ikonie Monument the final fall of the cirtain the audience Moore' native place and hi numerous LI ABILITIES. friend here rejoice in hi bright prospects Capital lUick paid In ..I20O.C00 CO -- .. Go , far which they are agent. gave expmtioo to their plearure by con .. 60,620 82 Surplui fund Offering reward for proficiency in alant laughter and applause and the uni and trust that they be fully realized. ... 1.434 41 UwllTlded profit Sunday School extrciMa ha a dcidtl versal opinion of the people a they left the Lew Hnnman, having a little too National lliuk KotteouUlMKling..... ... 45,000 00 squinting toward trying to make children hotii-decidedlv (latterine " At the much bug juice aboard, and being gener- ludltldual dt9lla aulject to check ... 176,101 63 i 3,212 07 ... plot!" for sake of the loaves and fiihrs ally antrchich.il in his tendencies, wa put lue to other National ItinLa Stanford Ojera Houte Saturday night, 12,102 70 Banken Mr A A. MtKiHNEY is now Assistant nary HUh. In the calaboose one day last week by Due to Stale Tanla and ,.tiii,y.i cs . Caahirr in the IUnk in whes building Le Marshal O T. Helm, at Junction City. Total . A lettek from Peabody, Kaoaas, tells .f for the niaroim. he STATE OK KKNTUCKY, 1 a "brick toter" Hnving some matches in his pes'efston J IVinnty of Lincoln. tbe death of another sou of Mr. Jennie Mowers, Corn lie i now one of the belt accountanU in Cochran, rider of Mr, Mack Huffman and set the calaboose on fire and howled like a I, Jno. n. 0alej, Caahler of theabora named the country. Comanche, but the smoke haviug no on'- - IUnk, do K!Minljr wear that the alwte italement Hakes, Corn formerly of thi place, making three chil l true to the Utt of mjr knowledge and belief. Hon. Jamkx II, McCnrAiiv was here let soon bf came so stfliing that Lew begged JNO. 11. OWaLUV, Cashier. Corn to Sundar en route to Mt. Veioon. He seems dren whoi low ahe hat. been called for fresh air and waa let out. He will be and aworu lo lfore mc thli 14th dajr than n year, the two last mouin in JNO J. NcUOIIKItTS.N V.UC. Cider Mills, Cane Mills, Pumps, Iron Fencing, Saw Mills, En13 be pretly well aatinGed that be j to be it cood boy in the future. olJan.lhSl within ten dnys. Poor woman, Ler trouble our next Uongrtsstuan ahd therefore weir The case against II. E. Samuel, the Correct altwt : gines, Threshing Machines, Hose Belting, greater than the could bear, but for P II Siumki mot complacent air. He I pre eminent- seemconsoling assurance that her dear ont druggist for alleged Illegal liquor selling, J. W. ALcoait? Directors. And, iu fact, evcrytlilupcriiilnltig't'o Agricultural Machinery the ly filttil for the portion and would Invest J. II. OWtLEY resulted on Saturdayiin a hung jury. are safe in the Kingdom of Heaven I Gar-ncOfllec and Wnro ICooiuh oppoHite St. ANttph Hotel, Stiinfbrt to thelawand the tact, the de it loth with character and dignity the one who ditd a few days ago, wa OP THE CONDITION n REPORT On MonJay evening last a receptii fendant should have been instantly acquit boy wss given in honur ul 18 years of gc and a mot exemplary nnd enttrttintn-n- t or THE ted and that is why the intemperate temin every rispect. Hright, apt and of a mot Mi IJelle Hoot, of Stanford, Xy., by Mr perance faction regard a hung jury as much lovab'e cliKltiop, he wa the hope and NATIONAL BANK more of a victory than a defeat. It is so J. D FomMer and Mrs. C. F. Price, at pride of his to whom he was de parent unceasingly YTeat Chelnul Mreel. It strange that men who howl their residence on i t. OF HTANFOltn, votedly attached and it is no wonder that ill waa greatly enjoyed by those preent, both 11 about "violators of law" should have so At BUnford. In the State or Kentucky they arc bowed down with the weight cf In iUelf and in the opportunity presented little respect for law, when law happen to at Close of Business, Deo 31. 1883.' their sore af.liction, although con&dent that be against them. It is not now known of meeting one of Stanford' mwt charming for since he is nr.sounoKs. ladl. Dancinr, vocal and instrumental given far better off, Clod, he had long dying whether the case will be tried again or not. Iidana and L)lHuuta,....M..... .0G,11S SI nnd in hi hi heart to ra O'Neill who is convalesc- Ottrdraftii music and an elegant Mipper were the prinMr. James 3i r. .1 ..sw,uww V S. I!ond to nocure clreulatlon t.t i LoniTtlle moment spoke of the joy that awaited ing from a severe atUcd of typhoid cipal featurea of the evening. ita- - . J 1,600 00 roortgaRes, also told of the atock, Iwnda, and , ,i . ., rv" y ' i- '' Commercial. Among lie guests mention- him. The same letter ha gone to Richmond, where he Other 8..9I 21 Due from approred rert agenu..... hia - h A v 7,021 98 is Llccteand Rue Wade lkazlcy. burning of Dr. A.O. Huffman' drug store, haa a brother living. He will probably re- Due. from other National IlaDka ed are Mwen t ,ie aula. J treat i 202 23 along with an entire blcck of buildings in ulo aU. and lankera main there the real of the winter. Mr. Duo from bUto Ilanka and fixture. .... 8,838 96 LOCAL MATTERS. Heal liute, furnlturo Peabody. Rreck Jones, a member of the St. Loui Premlunupold - 1,9 49 (Ioods delivered free of charge Met- n ra-- . ! p" i I MARRIAGES. bar and of the Missouri Legislatuae, is in Cbecka and other cash lteina.........- I. .J IX . S.0M 00 Li .... calf A Qley i lajVOMHt a aim luvt 3:i year, nd a wid- town on a visit lo his father's family. Dr. lillla of other Uinka Mr. A. Paihiett, Fractional paper currency, nMela and 91 11 R. "W. Dunlap, who has been quite ill, I ....Smoke "Your Sweetheart" clgara, for ower, waa married to Mr. Polly pennies m H 8,287 21 24 and a widow, at Wajneeburg on the much better. Mrs. T. W. Murrell and her rale by T. R. Walton. ......... ........ 18,088 00 12th. children returned to their home in Jack-ao- Legal tender note Malaoa grape, Florida orange, Bar-anTbey have been Ileileiuptlon fund wl'.n V. S. Treasurer 9,000 00 Thursday. Mian, of this place, and Mifs Mr. James Tenn., (5 percent, of eliculatlon) 'l Few York cream cheeae, Ac., just reat Lexington, visiting Mrs. Murrell's brother, Mr. J. II. Julia Jackson were ' ., t , tJ8,7S6 16 Total " ceived, llright ACnrran. ' tbe home of the bride, last week. Their Slodghill, Sr. LIABILITIES. 1250,000 00 Saronl'e operetta of the HTwinSitr," Capital btock I1U In new and be- married life ran not be otherwise than The Lancaster .Vrtr has . .000 00 which has been in rehearsal for some time Surplui Fund coming head. We hope Kditor Ilnghrs "7 32 UndlldeJ i.rofita Dan-Till180,000 00 past by n number of young ladies of Nat. llauk noUi oiiUUndiiii... will not take it an a personal reflection, bnt RELIGIOUS. GO TO 22J.203 S7 wa presented to a large and appre- Individual Depos IU aulject to check It ha needed one for some time. 78 29 ...- Eld. Frank "Wight, of Lexington, vill ciative audiences Friday night and Satur- Dut to other National Ilanka m 196 The thaw waa arrrsttd by another cold preach at the Christian church next 8un day afternoon. Miss Maggie Rowland ap Due to 8tate Ilanka and binkera km-m- a v, Thursday night and another heavy diyatllA.M. 639,"36 16 wave Total peared as the "May Queen" and JHss The latest authorities compute the re KKNTl'CKY.I fall of snow wa added to the already large Klncaid as "Florerce, th. Gvpy STATE OK of Lincoln, FOR J County lisiou attitude of the world a follows: Oiptive." In the course of the performance fsopply on hand. 1)I, Jno. J. Mcltoberta, Cashier of above named Minco Moat, Prunes, Citron, Car-rant- s, Heathen, 855,000,050; Mahomraedan, 170,-00- solos were sung by Misws Lettie Craig, liank do Kleuihly awear that the al6Ve YrsTEKDAY morning the street were Cranberries, Malaga Grapes, I atatemenllatruotothebenlof my knowladno and Jew, 8,000,000; Romanist, 100,000,-00- Carrie Ftehlo. Maggie Rowland and otherf ; belief. JNO. J MiltOUKItrs, Cunler. an slick a Iglar, wHich gave way to tiop Bananas, Orangos, Lomons, Figs, Protestant, Greek Church, 84.000,000; utocrlWO and sworn to betoro me thl llthdajT' Miwea Bettic CraiR and Lulie ft duet by and,aluh later in the day, ending in an- 1 1 Nuts, Hnieins, Cocoanuts, TJuok-whe- at JNO. B. OWBLEY. N. V. L. C. ot Jan., 1MI. ii W 0,000,000; Oxlaj and a trio, EmmettVCackooSong," other mow tlorm. CoRJiscr Attkst. Flour, Oat Meal, Cracked .! h ") . LAND, STOCK AND CROP. J. B. HocKKa, by Miiwca Mattie McAliater, Katie cer Whoat, Macaroni, Choeso, Crack-or- s, D. W. Vasroavaaa, VDlroctori. t inMn II. K. Wkaiien laa removed to hit and Uertie Snail. The other ladies who W. P Tats, Toa Cakes, Lemon Wafors, May whait it down to 08 in Chicago tUtkv In the Farris Ramsey buildnew quarters took conaplciious parta were liwea Jennie XJcsicated and Concentrated Coco-anu- t, , i urn ing and in thin issue tella the pcoplo what and corn to 58) cents, McAHeter, Sallie Banfonl, Fannie Yieeer, Pickles, Jollies, Common, Armour A Co, of Chicago, slaughtered he has for rale. Mamie McDowell, Sue McDowell, Jennie Fanoy and French Candies and hogs and 251,000 cattle last -- OP 1,020,000 Oxley, Bertie Newlin, Mary Dunlap, Otle 1 kepi alwayaonhand a full line of year. Canned Goods Gonorally. Co. A Gentry, of Lexington, Wifhard, MatlieDuko, Hattie Farria, Bet Durgesa consisting of all choice family groceries, WAfler Dec. 13tli. I will occupy Brlghl'a Old mulea in Clark, at tie Farrla and May Olmstead. The Stand Corner Main .1 fc'omerwt fetreeU grades of sugars, coffee and teaa. Alto bought 70 And of Othor Lands. were fot the benefit of Trinity flour, meal, lard and bacon. Call and ex- $111, and 10 at $105. J.'Moore bought of D. J. Phillips, church and were under the general directio save A amine my atock. You will certainly Lincoln Circuit Court. Lavlola C. Montgomery, head of mules 14 J hands high, of Mian Minnie Grime, whose taste nnd 8. 8. twenty-onGdn .Ac , ra. Helen D. Montgomery, do. money by purchasing from me. Notice of kale. Rowling proficiency in audi matters are 4 to 7 years old; for $125 each. ths ipMyers. Punuint to a jBdjrment of aale herein atCaiubiU.January Wrin, 1884. the underrignod clal Greea Gicette. "Nip and Tuck." ate Dr. T. B. ilonerwlll.atthertildeaceof the SoMEhsiT Items. The JltpublUan aay on Rotter, egg, dreased turkeys and dried The Harry 'Webber Company in their Montgomery, In the auburba of BUnlord, Ky., thatG. H.Ensel, the Jolly Dutchman and apples will bring the highest market price great comedy-dram"Nip and Tuck" TUESDAY, JANUAKY 32, merchant of Somerset, became M taken to T. R. Walton, corner Main and played at BhulU A Co.'a Opera House last embarratsed recently and failed lo meet if at 11 o'clock a. m. precisely, aell for was a Commencing of division among lito helra cf aald Somerset street. evening to oter 2,800 people. It the pur iw his notea at maturity, whereupon hia credto the htgrieat bidder at public aue- Little boxes containing five strawber crfect Jam and the management waa comwrote requesting him lo itor in Cincinnati riea each are wiling in the New York pelled to more the orchestra under the UO,?,.,ThXrttof722 A.IB. and23Pol. Land, la a como to that city for a business conference aopertor body ot 4. at seventy. five cent per box. stage to make room for ladies that wanted Thla la a and haa npoa Ha diffieul-lie- . markets mllaolthewwnof Buntord, realdence, as looking to the adjustment of their wellaa or Zanesyille laraeand magnlOcent bilck contain fifteen berries. The $3 boxee aeats. Never in the history The placy will ImproveraenU, In the innocence of hi eonl he went ft- ' The Richmond Rgider reports sales of Ohio, has there been such a hm of peo- flnlloofferrUln three pareela.aa tollowa: let. A week, when he wat immediateIncluding realdence. thither last , ;, nw reel of 104 A. 2 K. and 8 P , 175. mulea at f 30 head, 19 hand, 1,350-lb.K .A parcel of 1M A. 2 It. and 12 P. id. A pueel ple turned out to wltntes a dramatic ly arrested on a warrant sworn out by Jno. 8 P. Tbe place will then U K. of 164 a car load at $132 60 and 18 at $140. W. and to By the least the com- oftVrtdA. 3 two and - aajw vl"'' la : weal;. Hie Oral of 2V9 A. and 24 IP., B.Specker, charging him with obtaining u sold to E. R. Spark, of Nicholu-vllle- , pany waa really deserting of the very embracing roanaloo house; the 2d of 238 A. IB. Hasten goods from him under false repreeenUtion and 69 P., ani finally the place will be offered aa a 14,000 pounds of bsup at $3 40 par grand reception tbey received at the hands whole aad that bid aceepiea which rvsllaa Iks of hi financial standing, and lodged la jail, hnndred. VA,iAA half of the Turn of 231 A ores. olonr citizens. The play itself is well-kno- woV where he waa forced to remain all night, auetlonear, rsperta Ky. on A. G. Talbott. Jr., as an ingenious fare in which tbe near'Crab Orchard, rreldee which WhiUay Meata bow not hdnRahlontthelato hour to secure the aale of the Mtate of Greea T. Jones as abilities of the principals of the Ait are rouicrr. Eta Acres, oa k. it U4U 8J. AUactofknob land, aboat bondsman. Next mornlngue wa reltased the headwaters fallow! Small crowd bnt all bidders dlaplajed in I absurd and laughable lit . adjoining M. U of (liten Elver. In Lincoln eoaatr, Blcbards, W. Cyln and othara. own recognisance, bat he wai and li on his Plug horres brought from $55 to $110. ations. and are themselves veritable stud 4th. A lot In town of nmowui '- -i wwm.k W Miller and others. still a very mad Dutchman. The residence -- "sji ! $37 50 to $48; heifer laa from Dickens. Harry Webber as Nip, U.CSa fley.T. Taaus. ror Farm Dear Htaiifcrd a aredlt oft. Htporltr, was milch cows from of J. C Owen, editor of Ike the io.n.1 latnnntha. I flves $15 25; hoga 4J cla , per lb: ehoata nnd Negrotto aa Tuck, tickled the audienoe ofaBdl2monthi, In oifijual other landa. a eraoii lorullmenta. Bonda burned Friday morning, together with a $3 10 per head; sheep $5.15 head; lambs jjw r, I various peculiar l 1 ' amount of it contents. Insur- late, 13 35 per hed Household and immensely, and in their per cent. Irom day or sale ana having I considerable bearine t , is. . I M&L.V goud price. Green disguises where always on the stage to pro- af&Ml of loJementa. II..I.. riiirtinl..tiLll.. ffc.cj v B. Graggs, an old kitchen furniture at .... .. ance only 5900.- -J. I1MICI WIU1U1W..V... Ui'M meat 13J cento per pound and lard 19 eta. voke laughter. MUa Nellie Strickland, died of consumption. B InteriorJownSI Tun UrgMtlot of migan and coined town, at IJrlglu A I'urranV in DANHLLE, BOYLE COUNTY. n if a UNDERTAKER, . Iealei' in JETuviiitnre Parlor in to Xast Call. 3CB m 0ijT) -- d till For Rent! Hardware, Queensware, iiino oi an GROCERS!! Wagons, Buggies, &c, Tinware; a Full uarnung implements, OPERA HOUSE BLOCE, Hh-ho- a' GEO. D. WEAREN J Commission DrXercbazit -- 1 jJEamrilactiii'ei-s- ' 4g;eiit, 1 1 ' e Jn Hay? Grain, Wool, Field Seeds, Buggies, Carriages, Spring Carts, Reapers, Grain Brills, Planters, Plows Harrows, Hay Planters, Feed Cutters, Brills, - e, ; FIRST pneu-moni- a, i''i if " -.- b-'- I n, a, ,l.l. 1 'i .- e, m T. R. WALTON 0; 0; i - Coimiiissionor's X- Sale lt Splendid Lincoln Farm e well-know- a well-know- n 181 -r- -h Blue-Ora- ce liJilrsa .i Wkm 1 J H ir cit-ln- VaflHalaalaflaH X AaaawAiBawawawfl Stanford, Ky January 15. 1884 MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. 1. r j. r Inr.ftlnu Hnnrim.n fliinr nt lha 4lfii Managed by Jno, B. Fish Icon inon.frw. AiMrmw MUNN A tt , flnL AMiaia.NOmca,a4Uroajnti, VcwVork. Dr. A. C5 . Lovell In tho proud father of FOB MAN AND BEAST. X' ll8 Pp"ra.nCe r For Rlni-A- t linn n third oa century tho hst Friduv night and will be called Jack. -WrichtsIhdianVecetablePiliS ,., Mexlcun Mustang Liniment has iKictl i.:t.jiiM .-- . . .r... V. r. wen lUIIf IfcUfU LlC''Vlvn CAtnuuivii known to millions nil over ttio world ns 1011 Till! 1 10 only anfo rollnnoo for tho roller of A larce croA wimeiwed decided kuccgm nccldon1 mid imln. It Is a motllclne! nbova prloo nnif prnlno the best of 11 llfc.perfprnjance and, all were very much Mud. lore very Xotui of external pain pleased with them And aW Dilious The following aie tho visiting attorneys Baxe-ttAkr, lll'-t,rU1'IUIfU t n pJv al'thia court: Hon. M. H Owsley, R C. llu)tlfr' I tier I'rlcrMnU. AI11) 51. Bardett, W, 0. Bradley, Warren, Sim MoStntlCr Llnlmnnt 1 Wlllmnf nn unnnl. T. Z Morrow, W. IT. Randall, Will Rep-per- t. Tvaa.Mark. MKKHIM'S) HVEVIVW, nml nnula in ItHeuetrta ranking tho oonTtnu the lou t. Jatnea B McCrearr and nneo of pain unit Inflammation ImposTlio (Jrrnt Kngllsli Rcmejr, sible. Its ctleclsupon llumah Kleah anil Hon. Milton J. Durham, candidates for aiHan eHfl tlip linito (. real lou jiro equally uomltr. li a jkII cure for Wnk Memo Congress,, are here busy an they cau be ful. Tho Jloxlcaa Tf,l(imo llnln I'owrf, Nrrtoiu shaking hand with "the boya.' Both are Kxhattthia, Homlnat Wrsknxas. still." Imtiotrocr. and (Itnrral 1m of confident of success I'uwrr ot - t lis Uruwitire .. trgaaa; There is a tory4 told of a minister who bM.I alt ' ad- .La. f.ll..a-The Rockcatle Circuit Court convened I Dtfuf lkin J. (urnial jouthful ImprtlJrnM nr referred in his sermon to the "Sariseei and yesterday. Judge M. ,11. 0e!cy on the Liniment la nocilod ty nouiehodr In inerice-at- ii maiiin-- l jrirs,. mull TruJr Warlf. Fadducces;" and in the "course, of, an an every houao. Lvcry day uri'ici news of ai l iilrr-- l I iwltml-- , laiu In the bench. A l.re crowd of 'people In town. mo goiiy-a-r an nurmi smlil ur liurit iKirt. inrunrwi or Ylnon, rrrm. nouncement aa to a certain meeting being ailUtuod. Of (lltuniatla martin 111. lure DM AK,tnd mtdT cll-r.The grand jury waa instructed by his honstored, or a valualila liorse or px ! "held in the hall," he misplaced the vowel that Ira.l to Uwollr or av c a by the lioailjig power of this or, Judge Owsley, in bis uuil impressive In all rue of Keault clerical UTMknMI .,-!. ItlalA. .a,. V. a ., ... a V n i composed of in the first and last words. At a ' manner. The grand jury . cnum, mionne loo or iiiioi gathering in a certain town in Nova Scotia About Women, or, Klln to the eje a brilliant persons: D.2. Witho following named aoiltpirkllDi braulr, to tharbrl an aged brother arose and remarked: "We Woman U the Mssterplece. Confucius. lliam, foreman; Jamea E. Allen, W. H ineroaj Mooom ornltlK Aft.r T.U11 r. are all acquainted with the scriptural inHer Woman is the crown of creation which euros ancU ailments of atriltrwia(UKiaei mJ Gentry, Jatnes Jones, Jamei W.Roberts, .it d,u,ki.i. t tho tit'&AN I.KS11 aa thia day every man is expected It Vft package, or ill pafksicrt .rfor fJ Alxi br junction der. James 0. P. Myeis, John Philip?, M. N. rull. Postage free, on rrrelpt ( prlee Jllioum&tlama MivOiiiirB. niflr duty." Aa the meeting dispersed .lointa, (aniractrd JIlRteIrt, llurna He that lake a wife take care. Franke.T: J1" PHeuts lu iii.nlfi. whleb -- 111 be Fortius, J. T. Williams, Shad llerrin, Geo. to do his nnu nruui, uuia, Urulari niitl millixl fr 10 tirrf applicant Ad.lrrM all cviu- one of the clergymen spoke to the reverend lin. Wpralni. l'ollOllnill ItKra ami uiuniraiioaa 10 ilia asie tuaaurattur-- r, Gentry, H. M. Lutes, Jamea P. Taylor, L .... oiil Htlnga, MIITnrn, r M. U, Ketrolt. Mich. and informed him the quotaWomen teich us repose, civility and dig'J' c ,!'.' eianforit by Norel Reaowg Made Odious. M. Houk, O. Adams, Mosea Payne. The Nor., I'lttf. l'rtiat lltilalii. Pnnr A MrAlliter and all "Shakes- tion waa from Skakespeare. Nor Mpplta, VW. nity. Voltaire. J aiul at, dl- - Ptuuniatt-rjwbrr- e made angry by tho vid A bitter wajr, following are the petit jurors: P Indeed everr form of vxtcru&l pearrl" replied the old minister, "that can't All that I am my mother made me outnut of novels, haa devised a It ivlthoat Man. Jamea F. Purcell. Coleman Bur- ror tho iibutb Ciuutiok It rurwi N. new and malignant antidote for the appe- JohnQiincy Adam. be, for I've never read Shakespeare." Mpralns. Ntvluiir, HtllT Jnlnta, dett, Joe Wood, Joe Cummine, John Rob( r Ilarnaaa Hora, Hoof Dla. No man can either live piously or die he will M. Hunt, Hir- Y. News tite for romance. He declares that erta, Richard Cummins. F. Foot Hot. (tent YVonm. ftaah. er. follow Horn. Htrmtcbrt. Wind. How Snow Blockades are Broken. write a supplement to every modern love righteously without having a am Ma'guire, S. W. Randall, Henry Brooks Snavin, Thrmh, Illii(loiie, The sweetest thing in this life la the un Richard Myers, J. B. Freeman, Mat JohnGenerally two or three engints are select- story, to be sold at half price, setting forth Id Hnr, l'.Til, Film upon & the Wirht and every otlirr alluiatit 1). Lawrence, ed on each division for snow plow service. the matrimonial adventure and experien- clouded welcome of a wife. N P. Willis. son, Jamea Crawford, Jamea In ivliiert Iho ocrupaula f tho U tab! a nnd Mock Yard ue liable, All the reasonings of men are not worth Chicago A. T. Fish, A. C. Menifee. 8. H. Martin, The pilots are removed and the plow so ces of the hero and heroine. The sweet Tho Sleilcali MniUnr Llnlinnnt Perkins Hiatt, G. II. Albright, Houatcn constructed a to form a part of the engine and pathetic maiden with mild blue eye oncvntiment of women. Voltaire. alware euros and Dover Ubappolau; uu i 13, pvaiut vij, Women are a new rac?, recruited aince THE OSLY LINK UUNNINtl s Childers, M. B. McMullina, John French, These are distributed at con- and golden hair is to be developed into the Beecher the world received Christianity. Jepfia D. Mullins. Both juries are com- venient point on the divisions, and are al- fat and ruddy ahrew with a tendency to Butone thing on earth is better than the posed of handsome and intelligent looking ways ready for service. After the storm or quarrel with her husband and row with her AND 80LID TUAINrf wife, that Is the mother. Leopold Tchefer. OF ALL gentlemen; mon who are sensible and will during its progress, the plow i put in or- servants, Woman is born for love and it is itnpos The gallant gcntlemtn with the long LOUISVILLE do justice to all parties alike. The first der and placed on the track. One or two TO CHICAGO case tried waa that of an idio, Fanny pushing engine are sent with it and the mustache and silvery voice ia, on hie part, sible to turn ber from it. Margaret Fuller , flraouLNoilci.-1'au.nit- -,. j g from the Knox. Nichols, who was pitcd upon the Com train ia est ahead o( the pas- to be ruthlessly pictured marching up and Oisoli. -I'lellraochofl. .t Jf . n arrh In Woman is the Sunday of man, not his In lime to U uonweahh. This promises to be a business senger trains. If the cut are full, a tun ia down his bedroom in an airy attire, with a Ibeerraloc train of the Monott lSoute" and ifl throuah tu 70S 03 EEAST, court for Rackcastle. made for them, notunfrequently at a speed anuallinr baby in his arms, redolent cf repose only, but hi joy and the aalt of his (JrecncaMIo. rranfordsrlllc, Ijtrnjetle life Michelet The Kentucky Union railway ii a line of forty or fifty miles an hour. The mo tour milk and catnip. The will of the and Chlrajro without cltaiurc He Saw His Girl. projected from Lixinjrton, Ky , to Abing- mentumof the three engines ia sufficientlv rich old uncle, which brings wealth and time TAitu: ' Did you see your girl Jaat nighi?'1 don, Va. At Lexington it connect with great to carrv the plow a great distance happiness at the end of the firtt volume BT.vno.sar " fT"ilT "Well, I should jacuUtc to remark." the Louisville & Nnhvillefor Louisville into the rmw; but if the obstruction should will prove a forgery in the at cond. What 1'llortNSlOSAL I.fe. t)ulirlll. 7 41 p nt ' a ni 'Everrtbing went well, L?" Arr I fit I and with the Cincinnati Southern for Cin- be partly of ice, the run ia very short. If with the upsetting of every pretty conven1SI plU " OaafurdiTll.e 1 l w sm a. nuDrT. "I should enumerate " j. w. aaowK, cinnati. Of this Hoe nearly twenty miles the plow engine should slip its wheels, tionality and the disclosure of the inevita Ufayette . 1 IS a uii i: ' Chleaa . .... well-brenov"See any other of the family?" I1UHDETT &;jkown, t.M 'Nam J XI fm will be finished by the 1st of March, and however, the raid is uns uccewful, and each ble condition into which no ioeiua.1 direct "The old lady and the boya." before the close of the year it will be in engine ha to be ahoveied out separately, elist ever follow hi characters, Ihii cynic A.TTOItXEV'8 A.T LAW far, to all pvlnu roii.wk only oee tnaogeof ia H iminila, Mlno-il- a. Iowa ISI-IMT. VEltSOK, KY. ''Didn't see the old m iu?'' operation aa far, poesibly, as Jackeon, in the track is then flanged and another run hope to mike novel reading nauseous and bruka, Ac J'er larlber lubrraatlun ilUUKAY KhELfc.ll. l. I'. A.. ".Vo." taken, and the prcce repeated until the novel writing aa unprofitable a it ia a dark Breathitt county. ls- Ual-lllKy t. w. vaaaov. Wallace k. vaaaor. "You had a nice time thru?" The line will penetrate what i probably cut !a opened. A snow raid on any of the industry. T. W. a W.E. VAKNON. "Not exictly; the old ijeotlemin kicked the wealthiest mineral and coal rrgion in northern roads, when the drifts are heavy The existence of a very queer matrimoA.T TjAW. bTAN"OKD, KV. America, and it will have a wonderful in ia certainly an exciting affair. The head nial engagement in Cincinnati has come to mecletr orer the fence " OOre la Qwiitj A hon'a new bullJIof up ataln. "Kicked yon over the fence? I thought iluence in opening to commerce a section light of the plow is banked up and tho en- light. A young man ha courted and en CHESAPEIKE HUD OHIO BY. M. PBYTOK, of country aa yet rcarcely known to any gine covered with tarpaulin to keep the gaged himself toayoung lady who weighs you said yon didn't see him?" AXTOItNHY A,KY. LAW. of m. The bituminous coal on thia line fuel dry. The enginecra have to work in only 1)7 pound upon the condition he will "Well, I didn't see him. That' how he MTANFOItn, Will is equal to any in the world, experiments total darkness ami must have perfect con- marry her only when she could show up a Kot in his work. Dj you dUpo, if I had joining practice lo the IVurtt of U a role and adcuuntlie aoJ the nnperlor Court aud Court Eiist showing that only the beat. coal in England fidence in the engines and plow. The sue- - weight of 125 pounds. The young lady is seen him, I would have hung around and ot Appeal. PpedaJ attention (lrwi to collection. -- roEOaoeofer HnlNattoMil llaok. Ill minis-te- r plead with him to kick road to be weighed in the presence of the cin be compared to it. The line runs ceo in keeping the north-weter- n nt! Not much. I Washington, Philadelphia N.Y- through what is acknowledged to be the open ahowa to what efficiency the system who is to perform the c.remony, and no would have moaied lively. lie performed ALEX. AWDEH80N, finest beds of cannel coal anywhere in the ha been brought. marriage i to take place unless she weigh the ceremony before I aaw him; and after . The only line ruoniBj A.Ta'OItNJEV AT OCA. IV, coutrr. Thia coal was on exhibition at exactly the amount. In consequence, so to thi jib I didn't feel any particular deaire DANVILLE. KT., R. J. Burdette,the famous Sunday school the Centennial in Philadelphia, and waa speak, the young lady baa put herself into to sec him or anybody elie hut the doctor Will Practice In the Courle or Doyle as J eJloluIni PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING 0AS8 teacher, thus discounts in the Burlington oounlli and In the Court of Appeala. there awarded the highest premium. It a fattening pen and is being fed upon kou- See him? You bet I didn't see him." U&vktye, a religious" newspaper in Iowa: i easily and economically mined, and it miss. There i little doubt but the wed J. n. Fiarr. "Nobody care for the swearing of a habit When Mis Arderson eor down lo the AJ:to,:M.oy AtJLaw, ia slid will bear transportation aa far West ding will take place, because if koumiss And Matter ConiraLMloner Itockraiile Circuit Court studio of a photographer she find herself ual swearer. Ilia volleys of profanity have raon C-- J. as St. Paul does not give her the necewary weight she Will practice la the Itockeaetle Court. Colleo-tlon- a the center of a group of operator. Hach no terror in them. They mean nothing. a ipeclalty. Otfloe la IHlMVallC.l'lBClBHHUaBtlJUx- add to her bustle until the scales tip at has e Human Beastb of Borden. At last It is the man who never swears who scares can IKJ his camera ready the subject poes herI BK. oh, Ky., (he problem of our school daya is solved, you out of yonr boots if once in a lifetime 125. self, givea the word, and simultaneously Lai. r. nupirMAH". says a Mexican letter, and we have dis- he doe ewear. So fir an we can learn, Some idea of the importance of the a drzen caps are taken t'ff a dor 411 tense, HTANFOIU), KY. covered how Cortex accomplished the over- Washington only swore once during all the match manufacture and trade may be gath- and III Anderson's face and figure will Oao-8o- uth aide Main Html, door above the Myers UoUl. land transportation of that historic fleet eight years of tie revolutionary war. But ered from the estimate that there are at appear in twelve different position. This CeoaoctltLf la eagae depot with bat trfla lor Fare Nitrous Oxide On ad minti tared vheo re-ofship, built on the cast and borne over that one time counted. It turned back the least 230,000,000 of matche burned each must be a formidable process for the subsjcuro-ithe mountaii s to the lake of Mexico. tide.of retreat, changed a rout into a victory day in the United State, or an average of ject, at any rate, but it effect a wonderful DB-W- . Nearly all the labor in thia queer country and made thing B. VBtiKY, When more elaborato fire matches lor each perron. The oldest saving of time. hum." The Direct Boute to Lynchburg, Daa-villia performed by man power, few carta or are required the photorgrapher and largest match factory in the world is effect aliTTlLU HTANKOUD. KENTUCKY. Commencing the first Saturday night in Norfolk, horses being employed. We meet human Office at Jonkoping, Sweden. It wa established take hi camera up to Miss Anderson's 8. Lytle'a alore. OfS( tour to I. A. M.aad 1 ioSrVM. Aneetbellce ad b?asts of burden carrying wardrobes on January the Oer.eboro Savings Bink will 100 year ago, and there are now to be seen drawing room, where, of course, better n mlnlatered when nrcwaarr. U&t-lj- r, All Virginia and North Carolina. their heads, pianos on their backs, or huge inaugurate the new branch of the business, specimens of the matches used at the be- work can ho done. Points. blocks of building atone with apparant known as the "Working People's Branch." ginning of the present century, consisting For tick eta and furtbir Information, apple-- to A rtory is told of a Wequettqncck man Mexican Indiana who transport The bank will be kept open every Saturday of fagot of wood furnished with a handle ease inr neeeel ticket once, or eddrrec being brought to a Stonington doctor in an goods from the interior are so trained that evening between the hours of 0 and 7 and a tip to dip in a bith of sulphur W. J ItKtO, W. K. AKKOLD. t, having been handled without the; will tire the strongest horse in equal o'clock in order to give tl.c working ciassei Agt., Ticket and PaM. t.. While dreeing the A New York dentbti s.iy that, as a gen- gloves by a brolher. 340 W -ln HL.I'OuliTllle.Ky, lime and distance, carrying frcm 100 to an opportunity to deposit each week a part of their earning. Any amount from 2oc eral rule, most of the cavities in the teeth wound the man aakeJ the doctor: 150 pound upon their backs. It is an act Oen I aiur, U.n'l lWr Aa1.. "Doctor, if I die from the mVcts of thi ual fact that after making a long trip thus up will be received on deposit and all clap. commence to form before the individual KUhmond. Ylrtlnla heavily loaded they fill their basket with eaof people are corditlly invited to give the ia twenty years of age, especially if habit beatinz, will they lung my brotbei?" "I am afraid they will," waa the doctor' Oeniboro Messen- are 'too fast' and it i seldom that new stones on the return, their atraiued and new scheme a trial. TAKE THE- gercavities appear after thirty. If the teeth replv. distorted muscles requiring the accustomed "Then let me die," said the Wequele- are carefully watched and filled until the burden. Liked Tuzu Raw. They were return- Norwich Bulletin. ia reached there ia good chance quocker, If there i in the visible universe a crea tng home from the theatre, and had nearly latter age & MISSISSIPPI Bfclt Tlroilscho and relievo all tho trooMc Inct- reached her home, when the young man that they will last a lifetime if properly (ion which seems able to defy imitation, it W. Ecursra. During the year 1884 there ' l,Jlottl ,u' of ll'o as DL. cared for. Gold filling ia not alway the observed: ia the oyster; but a Bordeaux paper grave ilneae, Nanaea, Drowaince. eralun.euch i atlnir, af Ut will be fire eclipse three of the sun and i'aln in the Side, Jte. Will la best. Amalgam fillings frequently prove their most runarfc-abl- o "Isn't the weather cold and raw?" ly declare? that artificial oyster are be two of the moon. The eclipse of the sun aucccta hi been shown In curing the most durable and serviceable. ro TIIK- She must have misunderstood him. coming common in France and that the rewill not be visible on this continent. The "Raw," she said, rather hesitatingly. is so close that detection ia al. place first eclipse of the moon, partial, will occur semblance Near Canton, Ohio, a weddini took moat impossible. Their composition ia not ''Yes, I line them raw; but," she continued, on Christmas day, the parties being Win, early in the morning of April 10th. The explained, but thev are colored by a miner- looking sweetly In hi eyes, "don't you Craig and Mary Barker, both middle-age- d second will be a total eclipse and will take rsokt al wash and ftatened to a genuine shell by tlitnlc tbcyare nice fried?" people. Twenty years before they were place on the evening of O.tober 1th . Vai '?'"""' wniio liicr aleo correct atlmnlato the IIt.t What could he SniSiS'f'Af lb0 iomfh. If tliry only Call. to hare ben married, some coquetry of glue invented especially for the purpose JSrcn cured "Is Mr. McJessup at homt?" inquited which driea to tho precise eemblance of Mary' at a country ball made Craig jealNew Form rort a Promissory Note. 5 Eaa? the cartilage which binds the live oyster to Andrew Jackson, a Seneca the next day, nev- a man of a fcrvant who had answered CINCINNATI, ?f, Indian, who ous, and he disappeared iin- - i... .,;'.. theT... the bell. "Ah! sir," replied the maid, "ho Here is a rare chance for could write a little and only a little, his habitation. and Palace HlMplnsCar. to Cincinnati. WaVhl er iiaving been heard from in the meanD(t Ache bealraost prleclrsa to thoeo wVi to replace the waning glofool for wait- Is dead and wa buried day before jester-day.- " euffir they woulddlstrc-aln$2 60 from John Halftown and gave time. Mary waa a good-sizey from thia complaint; but "Dead, ia be cr well, then, I tbolrBOOdneaaCloee notcndhrTe,andthoso ries of bogus butter. him hi note for the money with intereat. ing for him, but the idiocy oi William is to Mho onco try tbcm will find thuio little pills vain, 2l won't disturb him." Texas, Sifting. ablo In so many waya that thcywHInol be wOling; taid of the bible: 'Good It ran like this: "Me, Andrew Jackson beyond all com pure. Eev. Dr. Hall g Cars on nlgbt (ralu, IxjuIitIII. to BL Louis. "I'm at your service madaml" said the ivuvniwvuiww, iJUVBJierwiaicicaiau According to Humboldt forty four thoumen have tried the bible in their youth day after to morrow six months, will pay can be produced on polite burglar when caught with hla arma and old age; in sickness and in health; in to John ilalftown, maybe three or four sand pound business and at home; in life and death, days, $3 or $4, no fetch piper no get monthe soil that would be required for one full of silverware. ' thousand pounds of potatoes: la thobano of so many llrra that here IS where we Banani, Venan?o Spectator. Law f era and statesmen have tried it In it ey, by dam." Those unhappy pcrjoos who sufler froii taalo our crcat boaaU Oar pllU core it whili) like orange culture is rapidly increasing Others do not charities, ita education and laws; but it is John L. McMillan, who is making a and a few year will witness a great declen nervousness and dyspepa should use CarCarter's Llttlo Llrer mis are rtry small and not worn out; it is not afTectcd; it is ever clinldg Cbalr Cars through without change. crrcoaytotaVo. Onoor two type setting machine in Ilion, N.Y., with ter's Little Nerve Pills, which are made ex- - They aro strictly Tcgctablo andpills make a Uoec do not gripe or ia God's book; we poyoung and never old; it sion in the prices of the fruit, J,uree rare, but by their Rcntlo action pleaeo which he expect to set C.000 ems an hour. AT TIH8 I suftatoes for a dime would be reckoned rather preealy for sleepless, nervous, dyspeptic need no others; the longer it is tried the nsothem. JntlelaatsHcrtits; flvo fortl. 6oU " nays that $500,000 wa spent on the Alden ferers, i'iice -- 3 cente, all druggist. vjr tuuKfctu criryHUvTC, craoni ur num. more satisfactorily it ia proved the word of "sleep." typesetting and distributing machine beCAItTEIt MEDICIKE CO., Nerr York. our Hod, which abideth forever." It Never Falls. N.' ,T, Shepherd Bends to the Prairie fore it waa given up as impracticable, and People are startled by its wonderful Hours Ahead of All Competitors. Governor Knott has fixed Friday, Feb- that $1,000,000 was wasted on the Page Farmer an estimate of the cost of cultivatruary the 29th, aa the day for the execu machine, whose patent right waa subse- ing his corn and eorghutn crop respectively cures. The fact that Dr. Whitesel's Gerra EraljtranUand tla iVv through I)ar Coaches on tin O.AM irfl tion of Bruce and Champ Fitzpatriclc, two quently sold for $10,000. $4 60 per acre for the one and $0 08 for man Cough Srup for Cough, Conaump' mldnlgkt cbangoe. Arrlva at St. ILuIa a hour, lion and Lung diseases ia daily curing brother, who are now conGned in jail at nadranco ol other linos, tuerebr aoVurlni theOtber. The profit on tho sorghum was "My eon," asked a echool teacher, "what Columbia, under sentence of death for tho $0 51 per acre, and on the corn' but $3 25. thousands of thia terrible.diseane has causm cars, of connccUDg lines. u.iw v, murder of a man in Adair County, last do you know of the proverb,' regarding The mion waa wet and both crnpa turned ed all who have tested its merits to proanTth'e o ,",. Cblcai So people who reaide in glass houses?" "I nounce it a never-failinremedy. Sptedy August. out po'orly. mil s rlda alon the aho. ,n .VC.Xi J don't know nothln," was (he response, . in affording relief, effectual In arresting For llakeia. r.i., Wlll lw mailed rBCC to all anpllcanta and to pply to "We often hear of a poem having weight; you Religion has been thus defined: If Ticket A a.:;, in. J- - ";v '""r, -- c lait rilbW Vent uvlffin nr.1.nn I. "about the proverb, but I know that people further progress of disease. Try it and be rnatomrrt ofUiustralioiu, jirlcxi, II, B. IHIO WN. Southern It cunuins dcvrlptlorti jnd but certainly a great deal depends upon who live in glass homes orient to taascngcr At.. seek it, you won't find it; if you find it, convinced. S. K.CV. Fourth A ai,in .1. raJiiia For sale by McRobtrts & tiiiriium ior ju.nunjt mi Vecctable and Flower lay abed ' ita measure. vou won't know it: if you know it you 8 btttit. PlanU. fie Illvillllillili- - in nU. in the mornin' unleaa they pull down the W.11.8IIATTUC, agj, Druggists. John D. Park & Sons Qcn'l r.wenger Alt havn't got il; if you get it you can't lose it; blliidsd-CWi- tty FERRY . for putting tho : has , gain. . Waifs. Agents. uncinnail, if you loae'it, you never had It."- J. V. HILL, ramngergaat, LsUnon.Ky, in. Kria-tnriwife-beate.anS-poundbp- , Ex-Go- Laughable Pulpit Lapses. JIany laughable laptes have occurred in the pulpit. Naturallyniost of these have resulted not from ignorance, but from that tendency to slips which no one cm at all times avoid. The wonderful number of "cltrical irrora" which nre current, arises, probibly from the fact that the opportuni ties of hearing them are more frequent than in the cafe of political or oilier speakers. A feW Sunday Bo In church which had - clergy. recenllr been repaired, a bnildtng miy atandeter man prayed "this nallv for many generation to come." Another reverend gentleman wound up,a blowing peroration wlth,"Ohl my brethren,' the bridge waa gulfed ah that iv, the gulf waa brldgcdr'-tt- he proaait, hurried tones of the explanation completely robbing the climax of ita intended efiect. Again, a clergyman solemnly enunciated the following pregnant truth: "I! these men had been born Hottentots they'd have been Ilottentolta ....,- Hhw Straw Paper is Made. The process of turning straw into paper from the raw material to roll and sheets i an Interesting one. Beginning in the upper part, the rye and oat straw, hoisted by a fork after beinx cut, is carried into a Urge cr Under. In this the. cut atraw ia cooked by stcitu and mixed with chemicals, which are drawn from large tank. From the digester the cooked straw is taken to the bleaching machines, where the cooked mass is reduced to fine pulp, and from these it is taken to the heating en gine to draw out the fibre, so that the stock will "web." After this proceed it i emptied into the atufi chest and kept The pulp for stirred by an agitator. printing paper now looka like milk and water, and for wrapping paper like thick mud, and of whatever color desired, knd.it g machine. ia ready for the each lank take up A floating cylinder in the pulp, conveya it on a felt carrier, where it passes through rollers weighing a thou sand pounds, which press out 4he water It is now a sheet and passes round-eigh- t drying cylinder four feet long and three feet in diameter, heated by steam. Next it goe through two set of heavy thousand-poun- d rollers, and afterward round a set of seven jolid chilled roller a foot in diameter. The paper is finished and puses to the cutter, where It U cat into sheets mil packed in bale. By a new proceaa it i expected to utiliu fUx straw, which has hitherto gone to waste. paper-makin- The Lash for Criminals. Tho expediency of, establishing the whip ping post Is under discussion in New York Judge Cowan says: "When Mr. Brrgh promoted some lime ago to have the lash applied to I wa not wholly prepared to agree with him, but now I am quite of his war oi thinking and I believo it would be a good thing lob,iig it into Use for others besides The State has the right to say what correction shall be applied to Ita incorrigible and irresjtonM ble cltiz.'ns, as .1 parent has the right In say how he shtll puuish his unruly chil dren. There is n mtudlln feeling among n good winy people that (logging would be cruel and brutalizing; but pray, what Is hanging but cruel and brutalizing, yet the State recognlzta and approves that mode of punishment. A great many young men and boys come here before me who take their sentence of imprisonment with cool indiflvrer.ee, but if tho penalty of the lash was before them their feeling would be of a different and more sensitive kind. I would have the punishment by whipping done without public display, without curl oslty seekers being present and it should be so regulated by law as to be devoid of any cruel features." - wife-beater- '9 THE BEST OF ALU LINIMENTS & CO.,oftho 8rtc.TTirtoAllEntrAy.rnn. aJ rxmciiori lor ninnn, uimii. Trmlo tarti. Copyrights, for the I'nltM Htatri, liinci.Ui, Cniland, truant, Uermanr. cto. Hand llooknUmt l'tlrnts sent free. TWrtr-sTr'iwtlnp. I'atnntanhtalnnl ttimnali MIINMA iWini tintlnn.1 In the Hcicmri0 Amchicav, tho lanreit, leit. and rp.u-paper MUNN PATENTS 1 n tnmi wldolrrlrculatpd'aCIPntltla If- rPUndli vofiraTlnirs and fiaiu . LIVER ix-liniA-uH- MEXICAN flh Complaints fry Mmt MUSTANG Ii. n. - LINIMENT -. F f n. Ww -- lapse-make- 1 Hen-derao- n. wife.-Richt- (. n. hla '"'', (200-ljr- MONON KOUTE. Railway. lnl Louisville, New Albany plow-engine- THE BEST mil l'liUiuim Palace Cnrsl snow-buckin- LINIMENTS - (lrr-oall- -i. tUin d rr -- 8, ATTOltNEYS r Kentucky's Route A SOITRMN Court-houa- 8UKOEON DKN'riHT. to WASHINGTON CITY. XI.tlrtt. e, CARfErI ox-car- f- -- CURE I SICK ir Est, West and North FTalra'ro", .K'Tr!?"3 V'". bor-row- eJ HEAD fortu-tiatei- TiairEe'?a.!.9.y'sy'LE ACHE lO Hours STOS510 ho hfiir!i'?).ui.,iii. lIowr-gH)k- .i g "n,'0 .tr ?'?"?'"" Jil" "' DM. &C0.Dl. ,W,a"Sa,,