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SERIES-NUMB- ER SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT! fn nit -- ; .mir fcOOff" saoir READ! fcur vop READ. -- su UC-r -- -- SUBW- READ! : Si5"", fiV mijftL.iir 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 many and to make other merchants, with too many goods now on hand. !EM$gi I1$ lEIfglf1 them go 1 have put the knife into the prices up to the handle. gvffy JksMele Is Wf StoffO will ft offered or tfteaex 3 days EegairiXesg i fosf In the Clothing Department, of which 1 carry an immense Stock over, will be a slaughtering reduction, especially in Fine Suits and Overcoats. Boots and Shoes, Dry Goods, Gents' and Ladies' Furnishing Goods, Notions, Trunks, Valises, Hats, Caps, &e., all these Goods at prices that will leave no doubt that I mean what I say. Roinonibor this slaughter sale will only be for 30 dajs. prices, for I need thecash. W m facts K-&tmym- ..., Do not delay. A Come early, as the stock will soon be sold P. KLASS. Stanford., Hy. at present ) TMf PHARMACISTS Altete -- MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Visit to Ut. Vernon. BftAlBM IX- - Drags, Books, Stationery and Fanoy Articles. rhyiyeluu' pretcilptlom I Accurately AIm compoooJol J KWEI.KKN1 T1IK Tn4 Mark. aJkgiiUred. Largest Slock of Watches, Silverware Clocks, Jewelry E- -r The Ohio legislature elected Hon. 15. Payne, U.S. Senator, TucIht. Fire jouog men were dangerouily , hurt and one killed while csaating in Maw. Seeator Eduundi xu Prei dent pro Um of the Senate, Mr. Anthony haying declined to Mrre. K bill I Wore Congreu to abolish the pontage on uewnpaperii and another tu eatabluh 1'iwtal Saying Bank. O 0. Steal, of the Courier-Journa- l, haa qualiGtd a clerk of the Invalid Pen. ioni Committee, with an annual salary of Iienrj Mel-roe- $2,000. Forty-thre- e million dollars is the sum r qui red to complete the improvement of the MissUdppi, m per the plan o( the Com. mission. The body of Delmonico, the New York restaurant man, which hat been missing for some time, wn found frozen in the Orange mountains of New Jersey. In Alexandria, Ky., Edward Heier, on account of jealousy; snapped a revolver at hiJ sweetheart, Lirz'e Webber, snd then DEALKK IN put two bullets through his own heart. Matt. Adams, Chief Clerk of the Uni' NhUiIIcm, Grocer Ich, Hardware, IIoithu HIiocn, ted Stales House ol Representatives during NallM, UucciiHirarc, IliiKKy Forty-fiftthe Forty-fourtaud Forty Harness, Huggy Wheels, NIovch, Cane sixth Congress, is dangerously ill at PhilaN pokes, Grates, Cltlcr Mills, Lap Covers, delphia. Htoucware, Corn Shelters, Collars, Itlmv, While skating on a creek about three' miles out from Paducah, Gustave Hatter, Oliver Chiliad, Champioa Steal and Brlnley Combined Plows, Wooden and John, aged seventeen and Louis Thauring, Cast Fumpi, and the Celobrated Mayfield Elevator. Tin Roof-inf- f aged eighteen were drowned by skating on and Guttering will hare prompt attention. too thin ice. Oil, Representative Clay, of Kentucky, BafMHirll J T' llt Mmntlvu. Wt created a flutter of excitement and a great deal of gossip by introducing a bill in the um fr House providing for the repeal of the .1 V H 1) .5 tt Civil Service act. A passenger train on the Bradford, Ilordell and Kiurua road, in Pennsylvania, assSa 3 5? iris jS was set on fire by a stream of burning oil a that wai flowing acrofs the track. Three B.s Bwomen perished and several others were OHEJn - TT I 3 o 5i. severely injured. al-The report of the census of 18S0 !a Si? va not yet completed, and probably will not be for a year or two yet. Congre si tt'.II be "J a bj aiked for another appropriation this year Ho3Sgo -- SS.rt! n although the last Congress appropriated SlsSil $100,000 for that purpose. 1319. It is in evidence in the trial of young Nutt, that on the afternoon Duke was killed, the accused and his uncle Stephen were shooting at a board baok of tho car INTEKIOIC JOUKNAI. riage house. When the uncle started for home lie cautioned Jim not to fail. STEAM JOB OFFICE Representative Taylor, of Ohio, has Dees )V)ry Kind ofPrlHtluunt introduced a bill into the House amending the Ranking Act, so as to permit National l(y prlcew. Ranks in towns of less than twenty thou WAIiTOX, PKOP.'I W. sand inhabitants to loan half the aggregate amount of their capital and surplus on real ee tate security. The measure is intro duced to benefit tho farmers. broughttto tbli market PrlcM Lower thau the LnwMlJiWitchiv, (.'lockt and Jewelry ou short noUce nd,Wrrutl. W. H. HIGGINS I Ireu, Mill, Whip, h Johtt aiia 1 bUi FifmMm ISy " tfssbmm SS . litis 1 T 'E9-3JjB" NXS Till: After the lapue of some seven years I paid a visit to the ancient town of Mt. Vernon, in Rockcastle county. Like all the mountain towns I have noticed, it preserve its individuality intact. Poised on iu everlasting foundation of unyielding rxck an earthquake would only waste its ammunition in an effort to disturb its repose. Self reliant and confidant in the sufficiency of it resources, it pays little at-XIV- tention to question of finance and aggres-siv- e trade that abiorb the energies of our Wines, MuBlcal Drngfl, Wall Paper, Looking to modern marts of business. lilquor Instruenientg, Chemical, IleokM, the hills from whence their strength has ljcars, Stationery, PnlntM, Pocket SoupR, Cutlery, Tobacco, Oils, come in former years, they philosophically ftfackla Iiiunps, Pe fiitnery, Fire ArniH, accept the isilroad as a convenience for Needles. trade and trafic and csolly treat it as a Our Joirelry, Silverware aud Optical Goods Department is in Charge orcJ. thing, useful, but exciting no euthuriasm Thos. Richards, who will Repair Watches and Clocks Promptly and la tho best in the way of the ornamental. I must style. here record my sense of the courtesy and cordiality with which I was received, growing partly out of the native kindness of , the copIe, but mainly due perhaps to the consecrated commission I bore as the advocate of the IsTKiuon Journal. At all events I shall not soon forget 'my pleasant visit to Mt. Vernon. The organization and progress of the Circuit Court now in sewion has been given by Mr. Fish fur more intelligibly than it could have been presented by an unpractised hand. The Journal has many warm friends in Rockcastle and the prospect Is that coming as it does twice a week and bearing the latest and most carefully selected news its circulation will rapidly and widely extend in that whole region of country. The country itself in the very logic of events is being opened up end utilized. Immigration from tie crowded shores of Europe is be ing attracted to ''the vait continuity of shade" presented by our primeval forest, SB and industry and energy, skillful labor and prudent thrift will eventually and soon make these frowning solitudes to blossom m tho rose, So mote it bo. My thanks for courtesies outside of those received from citizens are due to Judge Owsley, R O. Warren, S.M. BurdeU, J. W. Alcorn and I trust the gentlemen will not be H come vain over the favorable mention C Gov. McCreary and Hon, M. J. Durham, B S The two latter gentlemen were examining o pi state of the track with reference to the the coming congrersional race. Roth are have a strong backipopular and each-wilng-. The popular feeling however seems to be an echo of the old song: "How hap py could I be with either, wera the other uoir cnarmer away." j. a. IS. M'ROBERTS&STAGG DEALERS Opera House Block, Stanford, Ky.f 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 country. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley .1 EEl.. Jtrii XX 3ErX. Hi C , s I?l3l ICE e 1 o l as InLnl 4 u V A Blasting to All Mankind, In IhwstlniM when our newiper are flooded with patent uiHllclne ailTertlieoientt, It li grtl fylng to know what tq procure that will certainly cur you. II you are bilious, blood out of order liver Inactive, or generally debilitated, there Is nothing la the world that will cure you so quickly m Klectrlo Bitten. They are a bleulag to all mankind, and can t hid for only fifty centi a bottle at l'enay 4 McAlUter's. a o ft o CO ""Si a Hi ESSKSJ aaawaawaaawaaraaBWjaaenvieBwviaaa9awwivanitf8wavBMnw ! I1' 1 .ii IH h i f i w B 8 l LiMCASTKR ADYMtTISKaKSTS. J. A. Gakrio.v, known a the living which I had bestowed no labor, Tho dear ourselves to a sermon from our old favorite, Smi-tSH- t t hlfi ntcriorionmnl skclt ton, hat had (ur some timo his beside me had patiently Dr. Parker, whom we have never abandonfaithful woman ii. WALT Jill leinnes on exhibition in the Phil- sown for innny a day "in weariness and ed for h rower fancy. We still enjoy him I offer for tale privately tur (rm el 2ilt U- -t HU II 33 IV IJ1JN'J.'A , in Loudon. The ACftKS, i1tulM!7innih ot Mchoiutlllt LANCAbTKIt, KY. January 18, 1884 adelphia Museum, A regular visitant painfulnces," often, and now the desire of more than any preacher Staafbrd, Ky, on lllckniin Crrek, in Jrwimiur rounty The OfflceoveraiUena National flank. OlSte how was a young woman, described n beautiful her heart in the salvation of tho souls for girls were going to Stepney to hear Moody larnl ti In and ilortr and It In good rroni 8 to 12 a. M. and from 16 & r. m. for graving nny trop huIImI lo thlt part cf and sprightly, who mw nothing in the whom she wrought was accomplished. Thnt and Sankey, but filled to get off and chang tlivtutotnd la writ adipirtl lo growing loturco. 0170 ft show except the skeleton. ur. . IMir0M BAM M. BUHDETT, Cupid's dart was a memorable morning's walk tinder a ed in favor of Dt. V. before wife and I The ImrrnTfinenH f f a frame tlwrlllng f 7 roumi with otchiand rrllar, a wrll f Rood yVT'JL'01tri3V At L,A.V, soon rattled against the bundle of dry threatening sky that had been raining tor- sts.rted. I do not know which I enjoy most near the door, a good bam, liable and wigun LANCAhTKIt. KY. nthfr nrrvs ty out building. An Tticitilnva mill JFVJrti, bones. A proposition followed and mar-lisg- e rents before we started and resume! its sus- tn hear Dr. Parker pieach cr pray. The ilird andnock wntrr abundant and crniTenlcnt Ac. Will practice In Oirrard and adjoining tonnllea down-pou- r saon after we were safe- latter is the rarer of the two "gifts unto Tlic fencing on Hie creek U mcstly of iln. Pirn-t- r and Court of Appeals. was the consequence, ETcry bono in pended AT of tlmU-- for Irnclng purr" and lenrrs inotl-l- y ly housed We truited the LORD to stop edification," I think, His talks with the his body will prove dean to her. A.2SNt;31 In good it pnlr. lAHftlon l convenient to S3.00 -- VALUADLEthe rain for us while we went out to do His LORD he loves, in prayer, are, I am sure, Church, school inJ mill, IwlUsrlllhe property low andonriiy Urmito parlies Unlrl'ig a home IIenky Waro Beecheii says he has a Waco paM itrlctly la advance. II we hare to woik, and He did stop it in answer to pray- unstudied, but poems of ulternnce nil the or will dltt,l it to lull purchMtti. premonition that ho will die this year. 'wait tar time, 82..10 trill to charged. II net told by Mr I I will rent tn reliable pir-lier. I had received a long letter the dy sauiH rimply because tbe man is a xxa tin MUH.M. A.JIKitM'HItiJMt. We doubt much If he is willing to go, but before 3WSmo. lltoly, P.O.,Ky from my ever deab Broiler Qarri citur and must needs speak in poetry became SALE. of the democtrtic member we regard his demise with a resignation son, of Indiana, who in it told me some he can not do otherwise. One sentence The caucus ,J,?gtr J rrlvate tJe rn farm of ibout 300 acrra. of both branches of the LecieJatnre met worthy of to long desired a coosumatlon. wonderful experience) of his own in that spoken yesterday and that rings in my ears (larnrd, alKiut one rulfe llow Camp Dick n, VAJLUAHLE Mocday night at Frankfort and nfter lis Had he been called to his deserts years ago lice, which stimulated me to definite trust, with a sweet cadence of joy, will suffice as with large cottage houte of eight rrwnw, in nutnlwr one repair, all neccmry oull.ulldlngN and of William, Mrs. Tilton and other weak women would leaing to disgusting eulogies "Even the winds and the let obey HIM," a specimen of hundreds of others still more the Und fertile an.l In a aneilate of culUvatton, BUekbarn and Sweeney, began the ballot-blb- r not be suffering the disgrace and remorse do they not? Why not list) His wondrous striking and beautiful, that come living Stanford Town Lots for Salo, nearly all being In k"m. On the place la a Ulalll- !r.ri"l,0Vi,i lW. b".,,"U The tnrnpike a that his artful ways have brought into power, U.S. Senator.The firet remlted: lo Lexington mua through thla brain, as since all ia placed U faiths dispo ireoi his loving heart and 25 their live on ,i?Ji"d ,he ,h ,of",n ' very convenient. At- I ofcr for ills privately at low prices and 53; Blackburn 14 and Sweeney He was telling the sal? When one really stops long enough spsrksfrom the anvil M' ''"" on U Mttctiiiblc .!M,, ! WM.,1 Tcry t.init, OVKtt Jh'JJ-Tof Onr Senator, who is a brother-in-laLEGISLATIVE DOINGS. to think about it. how wonderful that we dear LOUD how ill His wonderful works TO H'.V J JUS la tbe North t llmll of tbe mue pike, adjoining the above The two pl.cra or divided to lull pnrchae- are T.. HS "d thin half Sweeney, voted for him of course and Mr. praised Him as Dirid does in the ll'th tlty cf sunlurd of aMor ol tbe Com t nl them a h wlihlna third " tulle llottr. and "I'"' Laurel county hat been authorized to go along in discomfort without dreitning of the dUilllery, oili ran be riuoved' Alton Hill-diof a mil of likewise, in which, we are conG-deaa remedy; submitting to what we loosely Psalm and cloed the sentence lhu: "And numrbr of thetn within uallfarut adlelnlnf the h for pv.p.i-.- 1' excellently issue bonds to build a jail. the Junction depot, he did cot exprcvi the wishea of a T,l,h fM.r "t'S'emeria, In the inlertecllw. ol eDgagsd lu butlortt or lire implojrotnt it 1m "the inevitable ;" when the even the midnight sky sparkles in the tens Hanvllleana BnenaYltta tntnplkM, contain- Woodbine, erstwhile known as Joe-fiel- suppose to that point. BMjoritj of hi", constituent!, who nre for deliverance from it is "in onr mouth and of thousands of bright things all trying tu The lotl ue the very tot and niot bsutlful-l- y Joining UudaofT in Whitley county, wanU to be in Dunn. Ala, a nor. hotite in and conveniently tltnated tur mldrntre. that Williams tint, )at and all the time, the in our hearts." and nine times out of ten MVtomelMnj" The stars put on a new nava ever town or Bryanltvllle, warebente near tbede-fivenonerr j lor iie in mmioru. u, the lo tancMter. a burial lot in acre's the pit r. Six ballots were taken CJrporatrd. the Unraiter cem-!.- .. the dear LORD, who is so sadly disappoint meining to me since I heirJ that one short toy pttces and teirotaio iuih si to plare ! In Ite incorporating a A bill has passed AUtheaboveproperty will be toM on power ol any Indumlou win tu tecure 'U of very that aight with the rame result and Tuea- ed because we do not avail ourselves of His sentence and their "no speech nor langnsge them lot ahcoe. Hiatal lernu. Kor lunger parllcular call company to build another bridge acres night ten more, the last with but little Tbey all Iront upon new itrrelr, wblch Live lull Hit Ml til. K, proffered aid, is cheated of the glory that .? their voico is not heard," has this scriptuUryanuvllK ly. Ohio at Covington. teen opened, the bioadtet and leil In Manfutd. chance from the first, Williams having the Fie might have had by a victory over Hi ral addition, which yet needed an "Intel-prefeThe toll Ii i rich ii any in Kentucky. Mn'l of II Maxfield, assistant train dispatcher the lin I ti level at to tinulre no grading and Ihe gained but one, Blackburn holdiog his own to make it plain, though there very bell well wier can be bid at depth of fiom enemy and oum. Toe subject is simply an asd Sweeney having lost two. Again on at Somerset, has lit out. Folks around overwhelming one this fulnesj at our from the first viz: that they aro declaring IQIUUIrfl I toM to cine but hlperon absence $500 worth. They will "Wednesday night reven more ballots there regret his and the niggardly use we make of it ClodV glory by the r voicele A map tif tbeui i..u attempts to Men at my rlftr In the absence of Col, Btirdelt, Joe 2044 iu. IP. Ii. .HII.I.FIt. resulting exactly were taken, the lat "He did not many mighty works there be- do whst they can nnt, yet "wanting to say Planfota', Ky. Blackburn threatened with a as Ike last of the night before, and m Mr. Eskln, whom cause of their unbiliel" i.e. they did not something," btcatue He is so good. 1 think stick, is doing good work for the Courier-Journa- l. Dan . O'Sullivan beautifully expresses it, take what He had to give. And it is writ- this pttbelic silence will always touch me and tfe caucus is ten agin, "HE marvelled at their u n be- more after this than though e.ich one had Hawthorne Hill's reports to the LouisMr. Hill still stick to Sweeney, against tongut-d- . Thus ever ville Commercial aro the most readable as lie I." Dear LORD forgive that we take o an utterance-trumpe- t the wishes of a large majority of those who well as decidedly the moat reliable that go little of the "all" that is ours in Cfirihf. doe Mnctified geniti usten thonclils in elected him to office. The, caucus 'was to Aud freely He doei forgive, though He can j heart srtd mind ha with ". nail inn sure from Frankfort. '' D meet again last night, but as there was no Parker reminds me of my The IIoum passed a bill to take the not give n crown for unbelief; but rser en place ;eoii Ibeptemloe-- , on I will i (trr lor above of a nomination, we did not bold our next general such honor.i only for those who learn to dear brother, J no. C Young, every time I sense of the people at the column open. The delay in a nomination take freely and thus honor HIM. "I will hear him. Both have' the same magnetic NATUICDAY, IVIli, ISSi, election upon the propiiely of calling is costing the State $1 500 per day and if honor those who honor Me," is the rule of genius. Both eik in poetry because they ily lartii contalalsg ITS tcrt, on the wtteri f Constitutional Convention. the democratic members havn't tense And it is forever jut csn ntt help it and both love a personal llarr'rt-- ' Fork, nearVrytu'Colwil, tml ni.jolnlnK A bill was reported from the Commit all future rewards Mil, J W Wtather-forthe iansi ftd'al T enough to elect a Senator they ought to In fine ttateel'Ul-manoaid Henry lUuKbiniB tee on codes of Practice removing the disa- and right. May we all see this before it Savior and speak only of HIM. What 3 for twin and M . .HAVE give the republicans a chance to shew IMairuait! in sun, bilities of husband and wife to testify shall be too late to claim "the prize of tbe would I not give to heir one of Bro. John's In wheal, which I. tonkin well. Ihe ImJ I. well them. d. andiuiieptah e f dlvhhn there brg High Calling" For there is a high call-iu- g bile readings! Wecherisl the hope that against each other in divorce cases. been Making Extentwo ijood beuwa .u II. I w ill Srvl olTrr it In l as well as a low one. "M tny are call-el- " one day we -- hall meet him on English roll, Irani and tbec a. a w talc, the lrt Md tn prevail The question of the peculiar sunrirc instructing the Senators A resolution ( j sive jmir. reviandmhee, in.!U merely "few chosen." The chosen and witness thf enthusiasm that I am sure Ihe ttmklt!iult.g .' nll, hvtwcboM ami klirhtn and sunset illuminations which have been and Representatives in CongrcM from al.e, tie To Their X'tKkcf are they who "bear much fruit" and get wonlcj greet him from mtny n christian furniture. witnessed during the winter, has engsged Kentucky to procure a pension for the Tcrui mule, known n Uy utnie. heart uial" wner and better by his teach"great rewards." the attention of scientists in various quartlltJtXKTTA IIKI.3I. JlltN. tho Mexican war was adopted. Eighty-eigh- t souls in all confessed the ing.. We are ami tru'iine tbe dear ters and elicited many theories or specuWe hope that Mr. Vaughn's bill to re lations rather cone of which are satisfac-terr- . quire all persons selling or offering to sell Precious Name in Rochdale. Tbe "elect LORD for this. ! And There is a wondrous control between now have tho Bt?t Stock in CenThe volcanic explanation is probe-M- y pistols or pistol cartridges in this Common- ladien" did their best and got a hearing fur the most popular, and if correct, is wealth to procure license will become a me wherever they could, but they work al- Berchweod ard ear plain lodgings in. 102 tral Kentucky. They have Parlor S. L, but we are not spoiled by touching most alone in their self denyinz service and Bed Room 8eti, Carpet. strengthened by the consideration of the law. Cane and Penittntiary vast and rapidly increasing combustion The committee to whom the bill was c Minted fanatical by the cold, dead Church social craudetir. We enfa.ved it intensely which le now extended over nearly the referred to increase the pay of grand ju- abiut them, or "enthusiastic" by the better while it !sted The :tely family msn Chain, Marble Top, Centre Stand & Exwhole of the habitable globe. If the phi- rors to $2 per dy, reported that it ought part; in either case walking alone as to liu- - j "ion is a delightful memory. I see it quite losopher is right in the position that vol- not to pas and it went into the orders of man fellowship, as all must do who wnlk vividly ts f write, with tbe winding gravel tension Tablet, not alone." a tbe he.u roads; the extensive and mtialic lawrs, Woven Wine. Cot-te- n with HIM canic products floating in the atmosphere tbe day. James Steele, a highly respected farm- that loveit well knows; and the dear compa- front and rear; cosily conservatories, wttb Top and Hair Mat-trctie- i, taay mater islly change its reflective and Ami Other Properly. near Bardstown, O , nueceeded in dodg- ny of ONE, out of sight, making up for all their treasures of fruit s and flowers; the refractive properties, though volcanic ac- er Folding Bed Loun-pe- t, ..1.1-ULIBed & Cott, Wardrobes tion has been noted on only a limited por- ing the locomotive 77 years, but it caught earthly desertions. "No man stood with ,....11.1.. i .""" "'" """ """I uuu,c- ... u very U4 vrra.'.ee. iri Je el the 0w8j! Mettjwoery, at hi. late and 8ofai. and Everything Elie ' tion of the globe, then it is fair to- - assume him the other day and be died under the me, hut all forsook me; notwithstanding the gre.it aluued Bengal tiger at the foot of I aiettectior Ir T. till tealdtr.ee in Mintvrd, I. Kept in a First-cla- ti fcat the volatile products of uncounted wheels. the LORD staid with me," said one of old, the fl'ght, that lotiks so dreadfully natural Furniture 8tore- Mr. Cook proposed a bill to give a who well knew what it costs to "walk with and wis made by art so terriblv lifelike Tuesday, January thousands of tons of coal given off day 22, 1884, ttrHiiiiliilVti NiiKiir Attnr-torneythat 1 hirdlv shook nil the dread of pa.s-iGcd." asd night over the entire surface may, and fixed salary to Commonwealth's irtmplly at 10obxk, o.uiUt-isjllaws giving the dear stint And so we bade adieu to and to repeal all the sleek monster ill tho time I spt nt do, affect our at mesphere and a?ert their pailbf DR.- item a per cent., on fines and forfeitures, at Beech wood, glad for the brief vi'it and at l!eeoh.ood, the sumptuous library, with presence everywhere. YOU2VCJ JAUC, and to prohibit them from compromising. hoping that future service in the greit pop it shelves and family portraits OXK LAICGE airaaannn The Auditor of Public accounts in an The house has passed a bill to compel ulations of Lancashire may follow this ap- and (rte nHtlook over tlje hill of Lan- A jocid binder, I JKml, M htiJof llorte. moat 115 rtlth grade .official paper under date of Jtnuary, 10tb, all of them in foal by a Jack, a Justice of the Peace to keep a record parently feeble foothold in Rachdale. cashire, from the crest plate-glas- s window; W I'.H Herkiblrt Sboata I linulivllle. Kr , .after felicitating himself and congratulat-Jq- s of his acts, and in case of failure he may Cincinnati. ().. and InJaBarU, We had a charming day for our run up the drawing room, exquisiltly furnished; Mrnn. r?owi, 100 barrel, et Corn, I0 burhel.ef Ipd, dealers InI tilelnway A K.na', rckr Mt.'. on the possession of the Ilalnet', J,A be indicted and fined not less than $20, or to lndon "Up" is always the word for Ihe satin-wooHfber, VoeAiW' II, Id Id A grand piano; the chairs, ttackiofof Tlruethy Hay, allr-lnl-i Wluat.W vnoh efficient and prompt collectors of the more than $100, ind another allowing Jus- the great metropolis from whatever quarter and equate 1'iaoo Vt4r. in a! incut Mbonln-rech with a separate pattern in needle Farming lupleuieoti, contlitlPl of Waoo,Ac. aiwthe haiey,ll'Ubt r aim Hamilton Orsu. Stale revenue sayi: "Up to the present tices of the Peace twenty cents for issuing of the coroias one comes; N. E. S. W. are work upon Ibatrumeotatuld at price and Urma to mil ntw Momr,cbek letn l'lanttr.ooe aitin teat; the tasteful water-color- s a till you 2 ltociawiyiatxl Hirnef, one of them tijBe there has been collected and paid into distress) warrants, i er and tarina. not upa or downs here. There is one "up;" IW-iby a master hand; the spacious din very fine ene, kivler. ben ued but vtry little, Jrica the treasury a larger proportion of the The Committee on General Statutes that is London. All the rest are "downs." ing room, with massive tableland elaborate wort Mules, HomcboM and K lichen reresse than ever before." While com reported adversely upon a bill to repeal Leaving Rochdale at 10, we came into St. sideboard, upright piano and elegant harp; i fiitii aod Furniture & jaenitng highly a large majority of the the law providing that in murder cases tbe Pandas' station in London at 4:30 and were with smoothly waxed floor and great PerFour HarrelM of WlilNky. Mmlc aheriflj, he nolcs that there are "a very few jury may at its discretion fix death or im- not long in making our way to our familiar sian rug filling the centre of tbe room; the In 1S70. who have been wofully derelict," bat IANMIAXCE! prisonment for life as (he penalty. The lodgings in 102 Skacklewell Lane, where quaint Dutch clock, ringing merry chimes Teau.-Allium- iol til atd under, cub In thus: "These list are exceptiors, idea was to dispense with life imprisonwaa in tta.'u quo and dinner nearly ready. at every half hour; tbe stateliest of butlers hand over tbat auonnl acndlt of( mootha.vltb Sevep'First-Olas- s all 6 percent, tntertil will be riven. Nolei with nearly all have done remarkably well. So ment in such cases. Companies. We had not expected visits from any of and dappere-- t of footmen in attendance at rood teturlty, mco.libleind iiytbleln the Hrrt none will think this complaint made of National Hink efeunfotd wlfl be required before our friends, none of them being informed of every meal, with five young women in spotrtraove-J-. tbe property kirn, aave those who know themselves just The thermometer dropped dosrn U 62 the exact time of our arrival; but two of less white capt and aprons Hitting about, E. It. CJIKAVl.T,AAnt. J, M. I'll 1 1. ITS, Agt btafc0. subjects of such " below xero at St. John's, B, Tuesday them took their chances of a disappointkeeping everything in perfect order tbrou'-ou- t disgraceful attempt to keep nigrt. Aran his ment and made their way to Sbaclclewell the great house; even the favorite collie A respectable eeamatresa waa waylaid College. Cecil out of the Land Office, to which the Lane on a "bre possibility." And noth- dog, "Bright," lying oivhi rug in front of populous part of Chicago by GenJ, people of Kentucky had elected him, it was in a ing could have been more timely than their the great luer at the stair-foowho used and then murdered her. . toped that Mr. Ralph Sheldon would re- who outraged 8TAJO-ORDNTANFOItn, KY. sudden and unlooked for appearance en the to come to our door at night, whether beKY. Mrs. Valeria Stone died in Madden, that ob'curity from which he nevtire into scene. First, George Wood and then Char- cause he liked us, or wanted company in W. P. WALTON, . . Proprietor. e fleet a of a fall. She has in an appearance, and you er ahould have emerged, but it is not to be. Mam , from tbe few year, to colleges and ley Cbeyse puta jolly time. By the way, general, or got weary of having the great With a Full Corps of Teachers. given, within a Ha bow appears a a defaulter to the know we had yellow glaat eyes of his motionless compan81m of Slme.tMiM. EUht ccrarlela aeU ef rVi-er- y $400,000. sell! open III Thirteenth 8elo mouatof$l,935 75,which sum he has failed schools for girls, over rVallaj capacity, Inclndlna jalleTj, 1W. we had a laugh over the direction on Charion, the tiger, always glaring at him in the Tbli Imtltutlon Monday In beptenibcr neat. on the At Wm, Berry, brakeman on the ChesaIteatooable ratea to aood atiratlloai. Ailttm tetnra over tu the State and for which suit peake & Ohio Railroad, while trying to ley's Interiok Joohnal His address is dark, I ould never make out; or whether, aa atiova. been ordered against his securities. It Cha. II. Chayse, G Portland Place, Clap-to- aa I sometimes thought, he bad an idea ALL TOE BBAKCTE8 OY A switch at Liroeetone Bock Quarry, fcegias to look, in fact it has had that ap- torn a London, E., which on the label appenrs that we were put especially tinder his Rowan county, Ky fell in front of a train pearance for some time, that Sheldon is C II. Cbyse, Portad Place, London the charge as guests of the family of which he THOROUGHENGLISKCOUnSE -and waa crush ed to death. DANVILLEknave than fool, and if the law can middle word spelled with a bad cold, evi- composed, in bis own estimation, valuable non Ara taught, aa veil a leach him, he should be given the severest dently, and tbe whole speaking volumes for and indispensable part; certain it is thnt be MUSIC. TUB IiANOUAOEB. DHAW- GEO. 0. BARNES in ENGLAND. pamafaraent in such cases made and prothe eneruy and perseverance of the London curled up outside the door as soon ai we INQ AND I'AINTINO, vided. JLOUD" postmasters, who took the paper to its true retired atd did not leave his post until hot "PICrVISE destination, in spite of all handicaps. How water was brought lo the door in the mornA mas in New York asks for a :vorce 102 Shack j.ewell Lank wife's breath is so offensive. because his Dalston, London, E. Dec. 18th, 83 many Portland Places there are in this lit- ing; not to speak of the indignant way in In Tnltlon, (irlrea range from ti& lo too la tb tle village of London it would be difficult which he barked right and left whenever We do not profesa to be learned in the law Dear Interior : ular UeiiirtmeEU. mmujiiai jnir,Hieaie Back in dear old dingy London again to discover, but there are many. On one we were driven out in the carriage, saying 30; Preparatojy, t0, ind Oolletate, 00. apparent to the common --but it is clearly to which we ever return with a sort of of my letters to the care of Brown, Shipley quite plainly in his doggish way, "We have nesae especially one of the five senses For full tartleulin, aa to Board, Ac, addrou -- Manufacturer! of.humanity, that this is a sufficient cause home feeling that we have in connection & Co., appeared the Indefinite "Founder's visitors at our houfc; make way everybody KUH. H. C. TKIIKIIKABT. Frlttelpal, of tuaioii, Lincoln Co., Jty. for the dissolution of the marriage relation. with no other place in this land of Ephraim. street," instead of F. Court, Lothbury, the and everything while they pass in the carDeerx, SiihIi, Illludeif Window It will prove a signal triumph for the ac- We left Rochdale with the lingering re- real clue, was wholly omitted. But fortu- riage. No incivilities allowed for a mon one and so ment, on peril of my incisors." cused, however, should the judge, after in- gret that is the penalty of all earthly at- nately the firm is a All this and Woor Frutut'H, MoId haling the splay expirations of her rosy tachments Snd which may not disappear the letter .came through all right. with a fierce curl of his plumy tail that I have told a half InUreat In my eaUbllabueol "good-bye- " is needed no George and Charley sat until strikingly reminded us of "Colin," of St, to John Murphy, ton of Mr J. logon Murphy, lipe, give, as he most probably would, until the word IngH, NcroII Shh judgment in favor of the defendant. It longer. Thursday Miss Kemp took me to giving us all the London news and hearing Mary's Mount, in Peebleshlre. Tbe last and together ue will continue In the woeld have to be a very billioua case x "Cabman's Shelter," where she goes, all we had to communicate, and the next mentioned inmate of Beech wood must be Restaurant, Family Grocery and Werk, Turn- Bakery Basinets. would not secure such a verdict in weekly to talk to the men and distribute night dear Vernon came from Bolsgirth "Pash," the Egyptian monkey, cherished tiiBeourt. books and papers that may help them to House and "Noble William," from SUm-for- d survivor of a pair a treacherous, greedy Mealait all hsnn. OV8TEI18 to every ilyle. jr. T. JIAHUIN, (live oi a call. Ing JLalho Work,. Hill, put in an appearance and we bad little wretch, with all the odd, funny ways Htanlord, Ky, The prediction aa to the probable result keep out of mischief. It was a stuffy lit2IHt Senatorial canvass suggests the solu-Jit- n, tle room, with a stove in one end of it and another charming social chat. Tbe latter's of his tribe, which amused us greatly after Flooring, Ccillag,TreatJa- given by an old negro, of the problem a table, made of a single deal board, mount- visit not only brought na the welcome in tierj meal, when he was fed In turn and the mule. A geotleman ed oa shaky legs, running two thirds the telligence that Sister Noble was on tbe way whose cunning deception managed to tear l4&e mysteries of erfeeardlH?, Dreeed juanrVrrl that his grand objection torn length of it. Benches along the two aides to fall recovery, hut an invitation to preach into tbe smallest strip one of George's ausle ww that he conld never tell what it completed the outfit of the place, which in dear old Hoxtey Hall Sunday night, best handkerchiefs, poseens himself of wife's AM oUter wMJbbont to do. The negro replied that wurim ply Intended to shelter the cabmen which I did accordingly and we were wel- spectacles, which were in aa awful plight BUHNBIDE, he ooald tell every time what a mule when oQ duty, who belooged to that rail- comed heartily by the radiant faces of when rescued, and bent and broken out of E. H. "You jist study oat," said he, way stand. We fonnd nine men in, one of many old friends and a full houee above all spectacular shape; and finally, nearly Woll - Known "what you know de.mule aJn't gwine to do, whom left on call during onr half hoar's and below; 25 or 30 confessions of the dear extinquished Marie's left eye as she incau- This Old Maintains its mole's gwine to visit. The dear LORD gave me a suitable Name, also rewarded na sad Marie and tiously approached his cage oa tbe morning de berry ting dat Alio Dealen lo High Bopat&tion, 4esH ThU will probably be true of the word and when at the eloxa of the address I George naag "The LORD ia my Rock" with of our departnrev held oot aay hind across the table and sim- blessed results. This was quite a favorite AND If I trespass on good breeding tn thus firEAJUMUof the CoaritrJcmrfuWa nomi-- ply said: "There la say hand; I am Ood's with the Scotch and did m nob, good during admitting my readers where only a single Proprietor it Setermia4- - that of Hon. Jos. E. McDonald for Pre!- - Ambassador; ifaayoaeor all of you will our northers vW, eo that.It has become an (anally was asked to eater, it will bo lovShall ba Seeaad to ao Conatry it Hotl In tbe State in ita Pare, tthe New York So spitefully remark: take God's LOVE gift, kt him seal the established favorite in oor wrrkes. George ingly pardoned, I know, since it iatrodocsH Call m tuee write fot Mieea W kaenhra In the work bow and the hand- to so many christian hearts on the olhr Appointatentt, or Attes- frankly that Mx.UiDoaald cannot cotapmot by J ay lag his hand ia mine." For is regularly atoek aod iH de beat fo lcaae yen la jo tioa to Oomfart ef figetted and blushed and look- bills are printed, "G. 0. B. (M. E ) and sida of the water, "fellow 'laborers, whose amy tbe BUto of New York. Neither a while they aad itllty el iratertai. Until QtMlt, Then one dear fellow Daughter. P. T. L." It is ot decided names are la the Book of Life," 1 think 1m carry Coanectlcot; tod with bin as ed aacoafort&ble. naaMUadklato New Jersey would be doubtful. got op from his seat sad shook my hand which place we go to first of the three that the Father's children oaght to know each 4 trtm tkttty- - VAxrjLt.E jpjLAXtxci vtllVe fl with a aerroos grip, and then another and are open, but it will probably be Barnet. other here, instead of singing "Shall we I HaHit eaara;, earer4 U ZZJL,4raV Trti)eliiii, If the deaoorscy are to rroa or acoomaaoaauaiu i OoaaaaoretaJ TraviUra, t alwaja reapplied vrlU Tb Ha will " toe the purpose of being beat-as- , aolher, until tbewhole eight confVeed,tbe Of that I hope to give fall particulars in know each other there?" Evw in Jesus, Ike eb4eet , .. t . . Oko.O. Bahnir.,, dear Name, fi" wu jareaplng cf that on my next. Yesterday morning w treated i braadiof Llatra and Cirsia. Sml SfcDcraald is w (od u any body efefc. DabilVv plien-umeual For Sale Privately! blue-grnron-tiltl- 0 0 i ' t is'j 1 ft,lt Iublthet iJ-l- jr IEIl r c. Garrard Co. Lands FOR Jtob-Into- -- WI1-Kam- l, "li I' two-tbltt-la Wli per-kd- d d, pt dr '..T i.' "'"' r" dis-pc- ENTERPRISE Grocery. dead-locke- d pad-locke- -- Public Sale JA.. 1 Xi-A.3S- rr, STOCK.&C liniicnKtcr, rcoi.tiiclry, GEO. D. BURDETT cfc d r, OO.. Lately ct Additions of .ONTlONX.?r ENT ADMR.'S SALE VALUABLE STOCK ttOol '""'""' -tl """f. s, nf B Price. C3r. well-tore- d "Waters I. II. ISaldvvin A Co., .i:,ll. t) tax-paye- d Fire, Lightning Tornado con-dud- es Stanford Female t, OPERA HOUSE, he -- THE TERMS MODERATE. PLANING MILL COMPANY well-know- TO THEPUBLIO bed-tim- e, MYERS HOTEL, and Hotel Still STAHrOHD. KY. Propr I,nmhr, rlddo: .Buildiasg IWat3?2val Painnlng Iviimber! i lit Wer sa nom-iaarti- njaj .... . f m U fl ' ffcnnmfMiiitii KpLKNMi) cigar and tobaccos K. Mll.U.llllLI I likely hood to begin nn msr Its purity, The long run Mr. Webber nt T. gcmi-c&lcch- ln Interior Journal WaltonV, corner Main and Sotner-o- t eta. of Itself towards the Eaat. Sever-a- l haa had wit'i "Nip and Tuck" in the best Des Moines Lead buildings are contracted for and rented proof of its popularity. Oun slock of staple itrorerica and provis- in advnnce of completion. Tenement er. The Harry Webber Comedy Company January lRt 1884 ions in now complete. Metcalf & Owsley. Stanford, Ky., houses ore in great demand, a large num- playtd at the Opera Houae in thia city on who had not filled their houes ber of small families, being in rearch of Saturday evening last and gave a splendid Those AND- l.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. show. The comedy, "Nip and Tuck," is lec homes. before, were gathering rlx or wren-incbrim-ful- l ..1 to r. m. of wit and comical situations and Mali train going North RELIGIOUS. ,.2 oo r, m. yesterday. ' Couth ' ! is calculated to make the jravoit person 1 01 A.M. Eipremtialn" Month... . K L. JoNBf, the Whitley county forger, Hev. J. M. Bruco will preach at Crab smile all overhimaelf J M A.M. " Norn Paris (Ky.) News. A Full nnil complete iiKHortnicnfof Furniture, cinlirncing evha jumped his bail to appear before the orchard, Saturdav and Sunday next. LOCAL NOTICES. IT. 8. Court. Mardi Gras. erything from the OhcnpcHt to lliq Finest Owing to the furnace being out of reKiiltcw. No The Ohio A MiMaIppi IUilway will sell need to go to the targe clticH to iimke your pureluiNCH, no matter pair, Iter. Frank Wight will preach at the Uuy Paints of Penny A McAlister. BanMalaga grape, Florida orange", at 11 o'clock Sunday instead round trip tickets at low excursion rates to wlmt quantity ir quality you want, hh I can and will duplicate Nick iIooc of birthday oimle at Penny A ana, Few York cream chee-- Ac , juit re Courl-Hou- c New Orleans, on account of the Carnival. any priccH yon can obtain elsewhere, freight being added. Also of at the Christian church. McAlisler'. & Oman. , fiTANiurtn ready mixed jialnt at Mc ceived. Bright NliroudH and ICoIicn, embracThe Methodit church has treated it- Sale beginning Feb. 20th and continuing a full assortment ol CouIiih, Ca-CHRoberts A Slang's. The Gno farm nnd other landed estate of self to new eat, new toves and been refit- until the 24th. Tickets will be good 5 day, ing all the New SIjIch, both cheap and cxpciiMive. Ware roowH Jon. Haas Hog Cholera Cur. Penny the late Dr. T. B. Montgomery will bo told ted generally. The next move ought to be going and returning until Much 20th. oppoNitc Nt. AHitph Hotel. Stanford, Ky. A McAlister sole agent. at to tear down the old concern and build a The Carnival this year will close with the Urani) new oiocV of eery thing in the together with hi valuable personally usual parade and festivities' on Tuesday, public auction next Tuesday new brick. jewelry lineal Penny A McAllster'e. H. C. BHIGHT. P. J. CURBAN. The Methodist Church was organised Feb. 20th. Tho O AM.It'y runs a thro' Jewelry repaired Watciiem, Clocks and he 11. STEriiENU advertise that Mn. J. in America in 1784, and this is the Cen- alee per from Cincinnati to New Oleans, via and warranted by Penny A McAliMer. charge of the ohl Farrla House conghs, cold, Ac , use Compound ha taken tennial year. It now numbers 4,000,000 Odin, dailv. For tickets and further parFoil 8yrup While Pine. Put U In 2.V and 50c at Crab Orchard and propone to run it in communicants in the United States and ticulars, inquire of agents of that line. s style, and all who know him are Trial fins 10c. Mcllobert A bottles. Canada. The Centennial anniveisiry will WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- To the Citiiens of Stanford. confident that he will do so. Call to kc Stlf. be celebrated ut Biltimore, where it ii pro1 hi eight oonlha hare been a citizen of jour him. PERSONAL. ' m posed that a million dollar memorial fund town. I waa rmplojfa by the Trualtra to takfi in Louisville. chirieof the dlalrl t acbool. Mrura Willie K It. Ciilnaui.tI who kill- shall lie raiaed. Mr Mt Vkkkoh. Itobt. Itandall, Drown and Alex. Whitley are IheTrui-teeao- l Misa OKoiiotr. Hitt'MATK, of Eminence, ed Price at Pine Hill in November, 1879, Ihsrrhool. To my d recret I rauat my The late debate between Brother Evans And DcalcrM lu- that I only enrolled one hundred pupil during Mo., la visiting .Miss Alma Hay. after numerous postponements, waa tried from Frankfort, of the Methodiat church, tclioot term, when there rn at IeU two hundred Stoves nnd ichool an" children a Mr. Bam C. Lackey, of Corptu Chris thl week and acquitted, J. Knox Polk am' Brother Harding from Winchester, of and fifty am r ofInterested In within this district. I the been indicted for manslaughter only. the Chriatian church, on four points of of mr people, lor If there eer was race that ti, Texas, U on a visit to hi patents. has educating, w are the Tears Mn J. T. Guthrie, of Boyle, I now He killed Martin Oerens a hort time ago, doctrinal difference between tbem, resulted needs left a comloruble home, people. Fourtrlends ago I &c., relatives and and entered upon this work and am going from the rtgular assistant depot gent here. it will be remembered with the general opinion that Brother place to place, Initructiri; and giving adrlce aoftr Mn. Mauy Dunn and daughter, MIm I war. ell at auction .Saturday evening Harding carried away firatand bigheathon-or- . aiiny knowUdzsextenda My Trusteea here only paid us one Tlslt. Mr. Utsens waa aek.td why ho Annie, of Louisville, nre vNitlng relatives With the exception of ooe convert did not visit tlienhonl.a'id be said tbatthe teach, all! o'clock, my Mock of millinery also Owsley's Old Stand, Stanford, Ky. er had tlio "hie head" since be gave the school to her. in order to give room for my from the Methodist pursuaaion to the her. I wish tu ray that he waa emphatically n. Mr, W !I Millkk wni to Frankfort I wish to ask Mr. Trueheurl If It new pring tock of cooda. Those indebt- Campbelite doctrine, the debite was barren her the big head to hold the prlnclpal'hlp gives over to tell them that Williams wa the man for of any viaible rrsult, save the demoliah-men- t the young ladlt' Institute; alaj. toe tha l'rofessor ed to me please call and fettle. Thank IT. 8. Heritor become of much grub. But the result m not of the Mam Academy would banetted over his alt' ame in for pact patronage solicit 'no." tabor la but uatlon? The answer Mr. V W. Owsley, Jr., !n ijiiitc ill day with ret. from the fact that brother Frank labor, an 1 workln tlx hours perIs enough some f Spring. Mr. Kate Dudderar. t? leave tb worst children In the world Air Dick Martin, who has been clerking Knight, one of Brother Harding's asaia-lan- t, a person without a heaJ I have some warm Iriemls .a the pneinuunin. my people and have teen for T. 1. Walton, Nn ASH Trt'K The manager r.f the and Brother Robert Quncnberry here among our while citizens. I feel highly re by Cot. W. Ci. V lcii, J. W. AtiMrn, M. C. Opera Houee at Pari write at that Harry third aaaialant to Brother Evan, have each ipectul dfrdained on account of color. proud that I 1 have also am not I leave the been tinder a worthy ComtuUiioner Haulley, I). It. Carpenter, J. II. 1'axton and Webber' Nip and Tuck company gave thrown the fauntlet for the further and town with thanks to all. 1. M IUaniii J). K Garrard went to Frankfort to attend more tifactiou and created more merrimore full and elaborate discussion of two SCW ADVKItTlKKMK.tTH. theCcurtof Apeals and see a U S. ment than any entertainment given there df the points of discrepancy, viz: "The elected. this e n. The Islington pipers are en-- J influence of the Holy Ghost in conversion -- ANDin praiee of it and every where it Mbim Duncan Hill, of Washing-ton- , HenHON. A. G. TALBOTT and the necessity of infant baptism. of ha been it has won th highest enccnium H., and A. W, Hill, ry County Local Ii a Candidal for Coti(ress In this district, subject to the action of lh democracy . the date City National Hink, Atlanta, hare ofiheprrMand people. At Stanford SatLAND. STOCK AND CROP. been on a visit to ilirir relative. Mls Bailie urday night, January 19th. STANFORD, KENTUCKY, m - May Hill, at thp College Thomas Aobinaoti eold Love Lilliird DKALF.n IN The Director of the Fanners National 100 mountain ewes at 53 8j. K. I), Hut., of the Whitley county Bank elected Dr Jo'm B Ovraley, Presiin He eavs there i bar, wa here yesterday The average price of short-horn- s Tax-Paye- rs dent; J. W. Alcorn, Vice President; Joe S. of Lincoln: 1SS1 vr no snow scarcely in Inn count r? "lurra it $151, in 1SV it wa. $182 10 and To the M Bright, Teller. the earth here to (tritne,OehiTMnd W the hole fac-covers in lS'Oit w$205ot3. I roust Lave your tates thtt are due ui for IS&3 Mr (Jrimc, who until a hnrt time back W. S. T. (irahatn, of Fleming county, Ifnotpsidto m by JANCAKY 21st, yon will the depth of seviral inches. teller of the bank fni yest, but had find yiur Isnds advrrtlMd for sale In thfs pajier. OlR Lancaster reporter must hare recently old imported Spanish jicks at Il miVrs no difference how grot vou are. I must whoreigiiel t take the caahierehip of the $2 hare the money. J. A. MRMiFKK, S. L.. C been froten up, a this In ill he sends. Mis, 300, $1,200 and f 1,000. Firat Natinntl Bnk at EUtibethtawn, ha W. L. Divi sold three Jerey for Maria L Oranger l.fi Tuesday inoi i., , . , . . CoUwold ewes for Han Antouia, Tel., where hr will re- eigniuea in acceptance oi ine oiiion ami i'lVt, and 152 hi friend are glad to know that he will Pari New. main until May, We hop the visit mny at $0 per head again Income one of u. The arrangeJ W. Kern, of Clinton county, will hate a beneficial eilect upon her health I have rented the orner Hotel In Crab Orchard, will take considerable labor from Dr. known asthel'arrla Houe, refitted and refurnishbe here on the 20th with a lot of good cat- ed it and propose to run it In and that the miy return fully restotrd. j ment g a Moivers, style, Corn who has been greatly overworked. ipecial atKutiou lo transient cialoui. Com tle oxtn, milk cow and some good feedHer son, Comrovdore, attended her Will mrrrlal travelers will find splendid sample rooms Hakes, er for sale. Wherrilt U at home on a visit. He hu DnrYTKltTITE KIltK AT JV.VCTION t'iri. fur the display ol their goods and arrommodatlona fijual to any House It Central Kentucky. I will Henry Qtiiaenberry old to Mr. Arm- alio have charge or the I.ivery htatile and will been stalioneJ at Williambni with Bonlejull after raldnisht, Weduwday, the Sher- keep it supplied with fost homes and fine situation at rard Hottae, at Junction City, wa discover- strong, of Tectcrrte, 25 yearling mulrs at and will probably obtain Cider Mills, Cano Mills, Pumps, Iron Fencing, Saw Mills, Enturnouia. This will not Interfere with my WinchesStanford Junction in the employ of both ed to be in flame, eo advanced that but an average of $05 50 per head. gines, Threshing Machines, Hose Belting, Furniture and Undertakers Trado, (i 1. Htiidetl, f.tmily and litlleoflta content could be saved. It ter Democrat. railroad' I shall 03 tlnue lo keep a lull line it tha best According to the report of the Com- As boarder are sick, in fact he haa n "faith' wa the property of Mj. M. J. Wells and Furniture and te ready at a'l times to serve tboee Ami, in fact, every tliliiKpcrlitluliiK'io Agricultural Jtlncliiiiery Juhn Wocxiooek and Oeo. liur-de- Fleming Tutile and it i aaid their loaa will missioner of Agriculture, "the yield of corn nenjinginy service lu me other cspsclty hospital Ofllcc nntl IVure ICouiiiH opptisite St. Anuph I2o(eI, MfUiii'ord J. II. fTKVilKXS,Ky. are both "trualipj: to be heated" and gCie-"l10,000 Tnellime eprtnd to the n Kentucky lat year was "8,000,000 bu. Crab Orchard, will cotne pot ffice, a amall building and dent roved againft 73,0(K .000 in Ohio. we alncerely hoje tl at the At Lexington Court some 300 cattle REPOET OF THE CONDITION to their rescue that and the rlorehonae of Mr. Tiirnbul), which with the exception of about J 1,000 were offered. About 80 of these were good LOCAL MATTERS. worth of goods removed, was a total lo. long yearlings, weighing 850 pounds, and Nice little office Hove. Foit Salk. He carried a large stock, vaiiousiy esti- they old at 5 cents jer pound. The oth- National Bank of Hustonville. W. 1. Walton. mated at 515,000 to $25,000. The origin ers were all rough Tennessee truck and In the State, or Kentucky, nt tho oloso of brought 11$ to A cents per pound. RootM delivered free of charge. Met-ca- of tic fire could not be ascertained. business Deo. 31, 1B83. The Cincinnati cattle market is quiet AOley. n The following is the repot t A for common to medium; good to ItKSOUIlCES. Smokk "Your Sweetheart" cigar, for of the Crab Orchard colored school trustees at 2 to choice butcher grades 1J to 5 05; common Loans and discounts 6,63 12 ale by T. It. Walton. CommiMloner Philips: This is to cer to choice shipper 5 to 0J; stockers and Overdrafta .... to 2,834 S9 25,000 00 The larceat lot of augari and ccfEc in tify that the reboot has been taught the feeders 4i to 5. Hogs are steady at 4 to IT. S. Ilonda to secure Circulation. . 1,M2 TO full five months and our teacher haa been o 10 for common to C for beet shipper; Due from approved reserve iient town, at Iirighi A Cur ran V. Du from other National Hanks 9,C2S 10 1,471 34 reidecce with three an earner! worker during the time. The bulk of sale to pickers at 5 to 5j. Sheep Ileal Kalate, Furniture and fixtures children have learned rapidly owing to are only in fair demand at 3 to 5; lamb Current eipensva and taxes paid ....... 1,505 61 ere of land attached, In Stanford, for sale Premium paid . .... 1,031 25 their chance. All studied with acumen 4jto5J. or rent. Apply to J. Bright, Cbecka and other cash iKms 83 DO for the examination, Mr. G.W. Alford, who recently remov-e- d Hills of other Kanka lltr exegesis were 2,212 00 CahUIKK J. W. llucker makes a very recondite. All are pleased with the im! 2,061 81 ... from here to Montgomery, Ala., was bpecle...... ,.M..H (.t.M.M creditable statement for hi bank, onlr provement of their children. The cjuin- - back Tuesday. He sty he is doing a good Legaltender notta .ni .. 4,300 00 V a. Treasurer eight month old. terwence ba hern taught this term and we business there in the mule trade, having Redemption fund with 1,123 00 percent, of circulation) We have the biggest line of lucar and highly recommend our teacher to any dis handled some 150 since January 1st, at fair IIJS.077 92 Total Signed, John W. Crewr; prices. At Columbia, Tenn , a few day coflee in town at bed rock prices, by barrel trict ichool. LI A III LIT I KS. Chat H. Hubble, John Tucker; Mattie A. aeo he bought two Bright A Curran. of mules at rack. (50,000 00 Cai'lUl Stock paid In $110 to $127 60 and at Pulaski, Tenn., 2 car Undivided profits. S,48 31 Among the late arrivala of veiy yonnp Diahman, Teacher. 22,500 00 50. At Montgomery National Dank notes outstanding people are a girl at Mr. T. D. NewlacdV 8nr.ni rr Menefek, acting as jailer pro loads at $110 to $125 ,G4. 16 cotton mules sell readily at $05 to Individual IVposits subject to check and another at Mr. (leoree Land'. tern night before lut met with a thrilling amall GO TO 16,047 4S Due to other National Banka larger at $125 to $175. $110; Wxare now receiving another large tup-pl- y adventure. About 2 o'clock his attention 1118,077 92 Touf. In the vicinity of Mobile, Ala , Batur of choice cannrd good. Call and ex- was arreftcJ by a shuffling noise which day night, Jannary 5, the weather was cold- STATE OK KENTUCKY, 1 seemed t) iudicate that the prisoners were I " Metcalf it County of Lincoln, amine foryoureelf 1S80 when the oranges were - - " M An icipection of the er than in breaking bound FOR I, J. W. Ilecker, Cashier of the above named COME and fee our handaome difplav of killed, and the coldest since 1849, when premises refill tad in the conclusion that all Bank, do solemnly swear that Ihe above statement Queenawaie and Glaaaware, including ome Minoo Moat, Prunes, Citron, Curthe mercury was only two or three degrees la trii in ill a Lmi of tu v knowledge and belief Mr. 0. W. HOC'KEU, Cashier. elegant dinner, tea and chamber t. waa tafe. devestM. retired toofbis couch, but lower. An old farmer says of the late rants, Cranberries, Malaga Grapes, the impresshis mind could not Hudscrlbed and sworn to before me llils llth day Bright A Curran. the mercury went down Bananas, Oranges, Lomons, Figs, K. I'EACOCK, N. 1'. ion received. He at length fell into a slum-b- r freeie: "You no U. of Jan., 184. to nine and a half degrees, and the cabbage Nut, Baisins, Cocoannts, Buok-who- at Mr. Gen. Kchoi.h denies the rumor that from which he wa startled by tho ap- Cornet Attest: sun Flour, Oat Moal, Cracked i Jjto. D. CaarKNTKi, about to rell the Kentucky paralion of the prisoners in a body gliding were frown through. Sunday the Huntington Directors. up as high J.P, IllKfK, i Wheat, Macaroni, Choose, CrackCentral. An effort to huy it ha ben toward the door. Throwing himeelf in came out and the mercury ran T. J. KoniHBON, as fifty degrees. This thawed the plants ers, Tea Cakes, Lemon Wafers, made, but Mr. II. I ton well atified with froct he found hinitclf so firmly grasped by killed them. They are now lying on Dosicated and Concentrated Coco Jt working and it promiae of future euc the stalwart leader of the band that he waa and wilted. It Is the anut, Ficklos, JoIHcb, Common, of It. aid. tho ground black and unable tu extricate himself cr call for cm to dlpoe with the lettuce and with the green Fanoy and French Candies and nr x north-wea time of unspeakable at;ony he re- same Alter I have removed to my old stand, peas. I had fire rows 175 yards long of Canned Goods Gonorally. ri corner Mnin and Komeraet atrfflf, covered conicionrnets to find everything green peas. They would hare been ready LincolnCo. aHTAfterDec.Htb.Iwlll occupy Brlghl'a OW invited to call on me. quiet and himself alone. The rheriff had where my patron arc Stand Corner Main A fc'omtrxt SuU for the market by the end of the month, And of Other Lands. I would alo remind thoae indebted to me taken too hearty a sUpper. but these peas are a,, black as ink, and the that I need the money and trut they will DEATHS vines are dead down to the bottom." Lincoln Circuit Caurt. Lavlnla a Montgomery, come and rettle. II. C. Iluplcy, The Tai-loOdn.,Ac, va. Helen U. Montgomery, ae. A little daughter of Mrs. Millard, of Knllre of ula. Mr. William Ktndall and Alexander the Pursumt to a Judgment of aale herein atCorumla- al burled in the cemetery here iw Missouri, - alwayaonhand by January trm,itss4. Ibe underalgned it full lice of I keeiBarnes were married on the same day, Wednesday, at the rvaliieoceor ine uus ur. i. u, of all their wives gave alouer will, In the auburUof Htantord, Ky., on choice family grocerle, conitint: the same preacher and Montgomery, Bruce Of that terrible disease, boy babies on the aame day and rrades of aocara. coffee and tea. Alao Monday night, Thos. birth to at Lebanon, TUESDAY, Jf AKUAKY 22, 1881 both sent for the same doctor. All ol flour, meal, lard and bacon. Gall and ex E. Bruce, aged 35 years. A year or two they Commendeg at It o'clock a. m. preclaaly, ayll for Oynthlana Domocrat. amine my atook. You will certainly aave this county thepurpoeecf division among trie nrir or aaia ago he went with his srife to Florida for the B. 8. bv porchaainii from me. Crittenden, of Missouri, Is a Montgomery, to Ibo highest bidder at publla sucsjooev Gov. she grew worse benefit of her health, bat the rollowlng Und.- Myem. fraud, lie Is charged not only with using tion The boms tract of 922 A. 8 E. and 23 Poles. 1st. and died of consumption not long after, and It Und. In a iXin regard This la a superior rbody ol m.nfnrd and haa nnon It a Judge J. M. Philips, Common School it is from her that it is supposed he con dead.head passes on the railroads, which n..i .k. ;n- -n p.s. maglfloenl bilck realdence, aa wvll aa provision, Urge and CommiaeioDer, haa received 40 per cent, of tracted the dieease, as it Is not hereditary leu of the constitutional neerasary improvriurun, " Mlffc. proceeding on the a! ""other HrslbeonVrixlln thre wuceU, as illows: lae. A amount doe teachers Jan. 10th and is in his family. Having gone ioto the drug not only prohibits euch the parcel of 204 A. 2 II. rod l' Inclodlng rnjldeooe. but of 8Ute and county A pwoel id A parwJ of 153 A. 2 II. and P. ad. cady to diaburee it. Judge T. F. Hill, Jr , basinetM, he remained in Florida until a part The pUc will theu b in ro- - few weeks before his death, when hb long enUlls the removal of the gnHty one from ofW4A.3B.and t P. Ihe first of 299 A. an MV., la to be thanked for parcels, oflervd In nth collecting mileage for riding embraclrg two manalun hoos Uw 2d of 223 A. 2 B. BsiiUag, the Judge having seat him his ing desire to return to Kentucky was grati- office, but wlU beoaVrad aa a P.. and finally the pi mwi free. --whole acd that bid accepted which rtalliea tkt and asked that he harry up the deafs fied, bis father-in-laHer. J. T. Lapsler, tihp MdtYltek. rts. hjilfof lh Farn sf Ml Aers. for the amount. brfngMsg hlta lo hie home. Mr. Brace waa y near Crab Orohard.Ky. oo whlah WhlUay Haat- , Bead what the papera say oi the AoKxmciK) to Copt. lUoharda, who is a member of the CbrlaMlan Church ami night, tsaTAUTseYsfknob land, abamt IC A whloh appear here Intimately say ke was cotapeiect authority on the wither for the thorn who knew Mm lo bloes, feel bad any. the headwaters of tlreao Blver.Oala Uncolu ooaaty, ud otbara. bob. lovable christian. He waa fully lJHh: If yon have the adloluloa M. U Rlaharda. W. lastctBtory or two, the present month has rilanlord, Ky., adjatalag 4th7A lot In town want something to arouse yur laifWft on record. aware oi bis approaching end and spoke where and given ue tho Danghtleet veatber at.CBaatov.T.W Mllkwand othm. aredlt of 0. v.nn mt Bfcmtird a circulation, go and se Nip nd Took toa . la not strange, howevtr, rfooe the Mn with onQoVsee of the happy eternity which Thia KandJSBMntb For rba olbe lada,a srtsllt Interred night. Oare will have your toul Ilka a cat ofSudl2montka,tn aqosd Inattllmoota. Bonda hits been oompelltd to tale a bid; aeat and awaited h'nn. Ills renMirr were Clevepayable to Uaa'r, renalrad with good security, oJ barn after rat. and haTlog ' give place to the loJlroad a the arbiter of at Jrfbamin. in ihe iirtwerx of a laree con going under the pe oeot. lewo war it', a. ii'Kh:m. O (O.) HeraW. A thoroughly enjoya- ..rTr iimi.i ootinte nf rrlrndrf, uiany from this eoanty, land . The thermometer nv time and eot-8alaaier Cotumtsaloaer L. C. 1 ble play without n objectionable phrase to J " Wtilneadaj. lewri1o aero jesterdity morning ajtain. ,'J Stan FORI) l fi. ;: , .1l UNDERTAKER, Iealei- in ITiwiiitiive Parlor e, s rr;. h-- first-clas- Miisihl & C'tiiian, -- GROCERSII Hardware, (Juccnswnrc, Tinware; Line of all kinds of Farming Implements, Wagons, Buggies, an-atl- Full OPERA HOUSE uilt-scrate, nils-take- CEO. D. WEAREN J Commission Merchant 3JtaiirafaiOtui'eiaa!. Agent, tho-i.iHi- ic laast Gall. of tx-t- .' ! I .... high-grad- Seeds, STEPHENS HOUSE Huggies, Carriages, Spring Wagons, Fqr m ILVagonSw flrit-clasrIv-iD- Hay, Grain, Wool, Field Grain Drills, Carts, Reapers, Corn Tlanters, Plows Harrows, Hay leeu (Juttcrs, t'orn rianters, 0ier. Drills, fr tl e J15-3- Ird lf high-faluti- ii i CoMi-onTAttL- ad car-loa- d .i. II 0ley. T. R. WALTON ' Commissioner's Splendid Sale al Farm 1 r. ape-ct- Bloe-Ora- ae imr" t, ' office-holders- ,, re-fo- H ---- eon-pa-n- ro!l'lTlJd t... 213-4- Urg I VX- MM P & V 5: ? k PKOr'ttiMrmL sort ar, I of your highdarnt, stucR-u- p The Big Meet in' atSwinjin' Limb, Homkidtt in Kentucky. we ain't never been to tho city of Maine nor I promised to tell you about that trip The Covington OommontecaUh, a paper of r. aonorrr. s, w. naowK. strong independence of character, usually 'uns all tuck to grsn'mawV, so I'll pitch the State of New Or Uens ar; end I don't sam IlUttDBTT & DROWN, MUNN A CO., of tho Bncjmne American, seeking' to get plump at the facts in nil right into it "without proceedln'," as old waste my time runnin' after none of your - January 18, 1884 Stanford, Ky., big rich folks ar, Why, my beloved AT TA-matters tinier discussion, and fairly re- Brother Cole says. tSt-lMT. VEIINON, KY. 'vjkAwn TA Gran'maw lives away up Owl Hollow, In brethering, ef Jay Gold hissell wus In a mile flective of the excellent common sense of c Patents obtained throuahMUNrTA CO. IrtthoKcicifririo AMcmrAN, th Unrest,nn.ncxixxl DANVILLE, BOTLE COUNTY. the community in which it la published, the Coosa River Valley and we 'uns all of here I wouldu't git on my critter to go T. W. VikNOST. twit. and WALL4CK K. VASSOX. i ..lunrtreu mim Kirniioa paper, tujimr. has fallen into a singular error of compariT. W.'ft W.E. VAHNON, Wwiklr. Pplandld onirrsTlnits nnd Intrrratlnir la. went to see her mo and maw nnd pap and and see him ar. Ef he wanted to see me, only thirteen appearances formation. tpoctmrtooprorth8clriHlrio Amt-- r There are he'd have to come to me ar, Brethering, ATTtHlNKYH AI" TA-W- , son In discussing the question of homicides Buddy and Cousin Saleny and Bister lean Mnt rrrfl. Addr MUNN A CO.. KIL-mriAMUUCAN Offlce. TANPOHP, KY. for (he next term of the circuit con rt up to l Broad, Sew York, Wo chllluns wus all little you may not bellove it, but I wouldn't OlScnln Owitey A iwn's new building up lUirn. in Kentucky. The Governor's rasn asserhe present time. tion that murders wero not more frequent fellers then and I had never been no whars turn on my heel to see the preaiuVni htsclf The dignity of paternity again reals on M. PEYTON, ar. I thank toy star I ain't none of yer Vegetable Pills in Kentucky than in other countries and in my life 'cept Talladego town one time. ATTOllNMV A'V JLiA.1V, Wrights Indian TIIK thajragile shoulder, of Sir. V. S. Dawn-tohcreriM ar, Brethering, thar wscgin, high-larn- t KOIl States has drawn out a protest from several Maw she packed us all in the ox Wlll practice In the CuUrta of iJncuIn and ad-- 1 A. little daughter arrived one day State paper who happen to and pap he driv and it tuck us up'srds of ain't but one kind of ticks I know anything joining counttn and the eupvrlor Court ant Court this week, ol Appeals. Hptclil mtrutlon rItcu tocollKtloni. i know the contrary fact, among them the three days to git lhar. We camped out two almiit sr, and that Is tctdtich ar, and ef Office ortr Klin Natloiu! IlAnk. ttt Tlie "Woodbine Restaurant," .opposite SrANFOHD look out, brclhring, you'll git JociiSAL. wnlch says there is nights on the road. We mought have got you don't thccourl-houw- , in no And alf Bilious woods ar, in full operation. Ic the world for murders thar quicker if we'd had sich mulcsaa Bud- more of 'em right here in these not a worse-plac- e ALEX. ANDEUSON, Bote to take, boltic purely vegetable.' no grin-I- n, It is a neatly Gtted up ettabliahtnent.where than Kentucky. The OommonweHlh, than you ken scratch off in a week ar. I in dy has got now; mules, you know, is so rri tacU. All Drngglala. ATTOUNJ3Y A.T I,A."W, regdla'r meals or lunches can be obtained belong to any deDANVILLE, KY., good to keep the road, even if they run thank my stars I don't commenting upon this statement says: Wilt practice tn tht CourU of Itoylt and at all hours. Mr. Fred Miaonheltuer, a Te.a.M.rlr. HKRWIN'M Nl'KCiriC, "There is a worse place, decidedly worse. away; but we driv old Buck and Brindle nomination ar. I jined the Primitive counun and In tba Court of Appeala. wortbyyoung man, fo the proprietor. they turned me out because I is Cincinnati, Ohio-Qu- een City of the (them's our steers.) And if you don't Baptist, but Tho (JtYat English Heniedy, fv5n Wednesday, Mr. Jai.T. Worthing, It J J. n. fibit. aJs'3- - ! West, the Paris of America, the center of know steers, they are sorter like a fice dog, refused to wash Brother Quaddlebtim's fert pwlllt e cure for Weak MVrao-rAt Liim'. Court ton, of Rosalia, Whitman county, WashT musical Va'"' ar; and I'll leavo it to any man in the And Mailer CominUt'ouar Itockcattle Circuit l.o of culture, the patron of the arts, the gwine any wharr; they winds about ail over lwr. Nrrtoua MX VKItNON. KY Territory, sold to his .mother Mm. knows Brother Quaddle-bur.xbauttlon, 8mlnl Wriknni, ington Will practlro In tba JUwkrmitM (XiurW. fountain of Western civilization, and all the road and makes two miles oul'n one. congregation that Impolencr. and ltnrl 1M of Offlce la Court-hoI'owi-ro- l Joanna T. Worthintrton, of thU county, that sort of thing, and whose virtuous ed Old Brindle In purticular is so headsttong ef I ain't jesllfiable ar; and the man (13) the Ornrrallr Organic . . u: fi,l M iliui.M ak.. r,.IL his interest (J) exclusirc of dower.Jn the I tors have cheerfully taken upon them you can't gee-ha" puts me in mind that thinks I ain't, I'm plum willing to n.r.r.T.Li.. him; he ! !L J?" IV 1f,r.""'nfLu' MB F.5vHUFFMAN. landed eMale of his father, the lite Charles selves l-- j rv when he Is tisht never wants to turn the job over to him ar." He spit on t X7 It G JC O the tank of rebuking the people, of of nan l I H T, i mortal UMiinoi". rin in iht T. Worthington. The consideration wan Kentucky for their disregtud of the law. keep the road, git his legs tangled and the floor and rubbed his foot over it and baric, DlinnrM of Vliioli, iremi- Office Houlh aids Main titrest, two door abort iiirrum Age.ana luiojr oltardli. Old Miss $3,000 cash, thsMrenlloUl. to Inanltr or fssoa that We say that crime in Cincinnati is much goes 'catawampua" here and there across preached on louder than ever. In all cimol rn In the report ol the operetta in your more prevalent than It is in Kentucky. the road, fust one side and then t'other. Cass sot in to shoutin and that started l'nraNltroua Oxldt Uai almlaUUr4 wbsn ra- -' l qotrod. Wcaknrsi th rrclfle cu Ilk last issue your correspondent, said that The evidence is conclusive. We have bechsrtn. rtttorinc tow or fa line Gran'maw's house La a double log cabin t'olhers and the louder he preached the r. ultlni to th aye a brilliant baMia Mtgjjie Rowland took the part of DIt. W. B. VENNT, and (Darkling brauty, to tbotbrtk fore us an official copy of the docket of withachlmbley at each eend and a piax louder they shouted and the louder the "May Qaeen" when Mire Maggie Ranini rut vjooocn 01 oraim. bies yelled and the dogs barked. It skcer-e- d AflrTll the January term of that branch of the ttt betwixt, a loft overhead and two shed STANroilD, KKNTUCKY. wld hy all lrU(Ul.l4.t dolph waathelady who up poire J in that the ridin' critters and some of 'm got Cincinnati Criminal Court over which rooms back. It is sot riitht at the foot of OrScw tour Otnrr Afor Itobl.H. I.rtta'a ator mall, poftifc trw, on receipt of prlc When a rounri nun writes Judge character. from J to M.and I Ui3 S. R. Matthews presides. We in Big Tater Mountain, that Is so high it is loo'e and when meetin' broke fjr dinner I mlnlstarr.112 a ,r nwwif, p. u Anpathrtiraad " P"11'"1" I" pamphlet, which i.M-Iv- r. one thing and means another he is generalwascrvin' terrible and didn't know it 'lei mallt freetoe.ary applicant, ddrt- -a allwill bo vite attention to tho terrible record. There most dinner time before the sun has riz, to tba ! manurctr-r- . ly in love, but when an old codger does "Betsy, what alls you?" D are ret down on the docket for trial at the and you wouldn't know when day come if 8aleny 'low, K'X M McAUator Mich. 'trolt. all Bold In same thine it ruiy be attributed to A the bf and of his Betsy Hamilton In Harpers Weekly. current term, four cases for murder in the you didn't hear gran'pap (We-lyDtuiu rrrjrwhr Vtauf "senile dementia" as the doctors say. He Named the Day, at the goats. They've first degree; thirteen cases for murder in hogs and Owing to the great weight of the anew, An Oil City young1 lady reader put into, the second degree, and ten caes lor man- got some good river bottom land that ve the roof of the Danville Planing Mill slaughterin all twenty seven indictments makes 'em a plenty; they raise ever'thlng operation our leap year suggestion. Hav- DENIKAIILE STOIC K . ItOOM way on Tuesday and fell, wrecking the they eat and wear, card and spin and ing got into conversation with a gentle- Undrr the 61. Auph Itotal, now for taking human hie." bf It. whole building. Fash, doors, machinery Without going into the question "very weave their own ctotn and uon t guno man on whom ahe had long had her eye K. Wear n. ( all on or Urr and unfiniihed woric were piled together in & far, and with no desire to insist upon the bought truck 'cept a "leetle grain of sugar the following dialogue ensued. ii kxu ii.t va tiyt.t x, one vast conglomeration. It wilt be two Or 31. tU roitTJt.l.S. a and coffee for sickness." ''Do you like home made bread?" gloomy reputation that Kentucky has Chicago or three months before the mill can be reBut it's a powerful benighted settlement "Yes," was the reply. achieved, and which will continue, to hold built and made roidy for business again. e "Then," said the girl, "I can bake." until a public opinion against murder has gran'maw Mowed. They was the most THK OAX1' UNK tlUNNINU CARTER'S Fourteen men were in the building at the and set over lhar back of her "O my angel!" replied the gentleman, enbeen developed, we may point out wherein having Borne slight warning all estime, but Pulnco the Oommoutrtaith has sadly erred in ita ever she sot eyes on and was raisin' of the'r circling her in his arms and imprinting caped without serious injury, save John comparison. According to the census of cbitlun like a passel of mountain goats, sixteen Emma Abbott kisses on her roseAND tJOLID TUAtNS Tutt, a young unnmried man who was se 1SS0 Cincinnati has a population of 313,-00- without any sort of larnin' 'cept devilment. bud mouth, "you. are the girl I have been LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO riously wounded about the head, his skull At the same time Mercer county, It was summer time and Uncle (they call looking for. When shall uur happiness be piobably being fractured. The loss is from Ky, of which Harrodsburg is the county their preachers uncle) Eesterwood had gin completed?" ?,.r'5f1AL Motick. Paaofra Irora the Knox-t- t J2.500 to $3,000. lellranchof L. A N. K. It. arrl In Yet out last meetin' day that they would have "O," replied the lady, this is leip year; seat, had a population of 14,132 In tliua to take tba a?Mln train of lb lxulnltU Moooa The marriage of Mis Lwinia Kouta" tod (o through to while we find the winter term of the Cin- partracled meetin' at Swlngin' Limb meet-i- you must name the day.' daughter of Hon. J. M. McFer-ra(Jrcencastlo. (.'MwfbrdMrllle, Lafurettt) said he, "I am opposed to long bouse, to begin on Saturday 'fore the with "Well," cinnati Criminal Court burdened of this county, to Mr. R T. Brown, and Chicago without change. twenty seven murder cases, the fall term of third Sunday in August; craps would be engagements, we will wed as soon as the -- TIMR riradarho of Atlanta, Oiorgin, ;wm solemnized at TABl.K.. Oil fj'rlt to a bii, u and rr the all th trnhfa the Mercer Circuit court had either twenty-on- e layd by then and ther mint all come and Washington monument is completed, atatvof aratrtn.auch, aa 10 o'clock, Tuesday morning at the First Nan-- , HTAllUNs. Drowiln-ii- , "liailj. IXIIy. U.iImu aftrri-almi:have two sarmonts. City Derrick. or twenty four murder cases on docket. fetch dinner 83 as to )"A!nlntho8ld,-,Ai-- . Wb loth r moat a Presbyterian church, by Rjv. E. M. Qreen, ; tipw sifiau Lf. lmutllle. ah result that The house ain't big enough to hold all the In curing baa knn An analysis reveals the startling A Cure for Lockjaw. I SI am Air. lrrwll S 01 pin in the pretence of a Urge number of ' CrawfurdJtllle irMercer county, Kentucky, there was one folks big meetin' times, so they made a bush A correspjndent of the Sdcitijie Ameri' lUiai, 3 01jj.ra friend. The aitndints were Mr. Sidney murder for every 5SS of population, while arbor outside, driv down stobs and laid " 7 ktttM ran recommends turpentine as a cure lor to aiu, s M pro i Chlfr R. Smith, of Lexington and Miss Delia in Cincinnati there was one murder for planks across for benches and kivered the lockjaw. He say: im incaiaiiwi rouia, with only on thaniraof McFerran, dieter of the bride; Col. A; M. lta4ju,hr.yrtCarrr,il!tU'LJTerruiawjiDy This proportion ground with straw and lit it up at night la iooDiin, Hinnmou, lowa every 11,6GG Inhabitants. vJiublo in C jin.p.i-to.1- , "Let anyons who has an attack of luck-jacmy ao.il prrrrutinj I if ", Swope, of Lexington, and Miss Maggie braka. Ac for lurthar lulormatluo. a Urwa aM cornel will give Mercer more murders than Cin- with lieht 'ood fires on stands. Uncle Etst- rmall quantity of turpentine, alldlaonlrra of thoatoiaarh, ttlmulata tba Httc take a MUUUAY KKLLKII.U. V. A.. Rowland, of Dmvllle; Mr. J.F. Oreratreet, erwood 'lowed a new preacher named Bro, warm it and pour it upon the wound, no and rcioU-- th Utwra. E LouliTllla. Kr oaljr carl If t ' cinnati by twenty to one. of Lexington, and MLo Ru;h Crow, of too, publiehed just Jeremiah Cole was comln' and he begged matter where it i, or of what nature it is The Commonwealth Oirrard county; Mr. Will Glvens and Miss screes the river from Cincinnati, will also every body to come and fetch their friends and relief will follow in let than one minLettie Craig, of Danville; Mr. Will concede that murderers are occasionally and all the'r chilluo; he never said faothin' ute. Nothing better can be applied to a Xchi thrj won Id bealmoatprlcrWa to Uwm wha CHESAPEAKE UNO OHIO HT. Atlanta, Georgia, and Mim Ruth hanged and often convicted in the Ohio about doga, but they 'peared to take part of severe cut or bruise than cold lurwitinc: suflYr f r ,ra till a dutrcMiag c jmpuint ; bat for DePauw, of Lincoln county; Mr. J. C. their coodncta do not rtid hero, and metropoli, while in Mercer county we can the invite to the'rselves. I never seed the it will give certain relie almoat instantly. who one try thm will Had Umm little rlll IDOM vala-bFleece and Misi Aim Cnlg, of Dinville; tn o many wa ya that Ibry will not W wttlittf not remember an execution, and convic- like ol dogs at a meetin' before in all my Turpentine U also almost a certain reiuedy totlowlUioatUicm. Hut after ail a!clcac4 Mr. W. D. Moore and Miss Mattie Fisher, tions come around with the infrequency of life; all torts and sizes, from for croup. Saturate a piece of flanntl ol Danville; Mr. Henry Evans and Mies angels' fice and they with it houndsdown to bench-leggevisits. roa and spread the flannel on the throat Kallie Eogleraan, of Dinyille; Mr. Will In a public address mado on the occasion yelped around all day. Somebody would and chest, and in very severe cases, three to Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. Davis and Misi Lettie Craig, of Danville. of Commencement Day at Berea College, in kick 'em out and the'd tuck their tails and five drops on a lump of sugar may be taken la tbebane of so many lrrt that hrre It whr we aaalta our (treat boaat. Oar pUU curs U whiU Excellent and appropriate music for the Madison county, last summer, it was stated' sneak right back through the cracks and Tha aoly Una ronnlnt othrradonot. inwardly. was furnlnhed by Messrs. W. C. occasion Carter's Utllo Li-- re Wis are Tcry small an yesrs there had been 275 get kicked agin. It's jist in three mile of that in twenty Ono or Ttry ai y Went HALr an Eye ok It. "You can Tbry ate to tsk i TrrtaWa two pUIa make a date. PULLMAN HEW 8LEEPINO OAE8 Price, E.C. Newlin and 8. 8. Fry, Jr. murders in Garrard county and but one gran'pap's and we 'una all rid in the wag- atrfctly and do not (rim or not pass in on that ticket," said the door- - jmrsw, but by tbrlr jrrntle action iIrai ail who Boon after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. gin. Gran'maw 'lowed she had footed it execution. aaothein. lavlalaalKScrvta: flro fortl. Boll tender of a museum. by (UuzgUta crixy where, cr aval by mau. Itrown left via the Cincinnati Southern These facts seem to demonstrate that many and many a time and toted her Sun- "What's the mattter with it?" was de CAKTEIt KEDICIXE CO., yevr Trk. Railway, for their home in Georgia. Cincinnati, red as she is with blood, de- day shoes till she got 'mot lhar and sot rnoKmanded, praved as she is with foul crimes and vio down on a log and put 'em on and hid her Why the Girts Carry Hand. Bags. LoulNTille,ClnclDnHtlHHd JLfx "It's onlr a half-farYou don't ticket. under the log. The road alt aloog THE CINCINNATI IngteB, liy.. We now understand why the girls al- lence, is really not worse than some locali- old ones n suppose we allow mm to witness statistically she is was alive with folks gwine to meetin, 'some ways carry atouod a little hand-bawith ties in Kentucky, while in waggins and some beaatback, and them our show for half price, do you?' them wherever they go. Mot unsophtica-te- d by comparison an unstained paradise. "But I'm blind in one eye. You ought that didn't have the critters to ride was youths think the divine creatures have Louisyille Commercial. man full rates." A NATIOXA.I. Connecting In aajno dapol with Cut Ualoa lor d and not to charge a wulkin' gala and boys the pretty little bags for the sole purpose For the Legislature' Consideration, "I beg your pardon," raid the sweethearts swinin' hands, and most all of puree and a deliof carrying a nicely-fille- d Another thing the Legislature may very "I did not notice your afllictlon. Paw s full of cately scented handkerchief. This is more well afford to devote somo of its time and of the gals had big Philadelphia Call. full of Entcrprlaa. nuu"in the'r mouths and kep' it up in right in, of course." readily believed because there is a general attention to is, a law requiring all judicial Tho Direot Houte tolynchbunr, Danmeetin'. We hearn the singin1 a mile 'fore The Congressman who is never heard of impression anion members of the sterner tales to be well advertised in the newspaville, Norfolk, we got thar, and as we driv in sight we ordinarily can generally kick up a scandal sex that ladies don't nnd can't hive pockpers in advance. A written notice stuck hearn eood old Uncle Euterwood by dying in office. His funeral provides a ets. This is all a mistake. We have seen up at three or four different places is not All Virginia and North Carolina him, grand drunk for the sorrowing members itdies deposit innumerable articles in a re- advertising at all, and instances have oc- out the"Chll-drln- g Pointa. of the heiraa-I- l King, who plant him and then the extravagant ceptacle somewhere in the riar, just about curred of the setting aside sales' made upon For tickets and further Information, apply to Aa we Jour-D- l aweet-l- t sing." yoar nearal ticket offlca, or addrraa where you would think they would be sat such notice.', because of the scarcity of bid- He ain't got no book larnin1 much, but expenditures cauee the row. Congressman Hawk's funeral cost 53,100, of which W.J Bo. busine is another ders and upon. The hand-baW. K. ARKOI.K.- r'lowed he worked whar the high-larthe inadequacy of prices. Thus gran'-pa- p AJTcrtitlnK AKt , llrkatand Vm. Ail.r; amount $210 for silk eilies, 95 for kid of the many devices which the dear girls co'ts are increased, only to be followed by ones wouldn't go and had done a powMnlnNI..LouUlll0, Ky. .53 lor Apollinaris giovt-s- . Siou lor meais, . concoct to cheat and deceive their unwary a repetition of the tree and fence notices, er of good in the poverty low grounds and C. H-- HMITII, H. W. FIILLKK. water and $150 for whisky nnd wine, clear(len'l I'aaa'r Agt. victims. Instead of containing a rn'l Manacrr, and hedges of that settlement; but and to afford a hint to the buyers that they lUchmond, Virginia. speaks of comfortable kfiluence can secure a confirmation by advancing thar was a heap of stubble and new ground ly shows how the last sad rites are riotously that Louisville Commercial. administered. and a tiny laco handkershief filled with their bids a few dollars and unfortunate to be broxe up yit. TAKE THE- vague and delicate odors, it offerer con- debtor sees his property swept away for a The house was crammed full; men folks A decision of the Kentucky Cjurt of of a disgruntled sock, mere song and the decree or judgment all settin' on one side and wimin folks on Appeals, to the effect that railroad compaceals the better half of little under which it was sold, still remaining un- t'other. The arbor was full too and part nies are not liable for injury done by the used for a j.owder rag. By arts, known onlr to her sex, the fair crea- satisfied, and to be a clog up on his ener- of the gang was walkin' about under the escape of sparks of fire from locomotives OHIO & MISSISSIPPI II, PEOPLE. ture manages about every half hour to dip gies perhaps as long as he lives. The trees talkln' and eattn' ginger cakes and except where they disregard the act of her beak into this disreputable rag unobof those poor unfortunates whose apples and drinkin' water. You could see January 30, 187-4- , is of special interest to Pages 64 Columns, served and come up with powder on her property is thus brought under the ham a string of folks from the arbor to the farmers on the line of railroads, If rail-- 1 Containing all tba newi, correct market reporti, io her eye. nose and mer, demands the enactment of such a law spring alt day; wimin tolin' babies in the'r roads can show they had a screen or fender wall Mlectal brilliant torlc-- lu Midway (Ky ) Clipper. fid, the faTorlte Weekly I'aier of the Cenas we have suggested, and we dare assert arms and jeikin' the along by on the locomotive chimney there is absotral Unlle4 fclalea. Reports of an experiment made by the that Kentucky Is the only State in th tho hand and it a tquallin' loud enough to lutely no recourse for damage caused by -aoM Pumluiikd Br Tiik State Agricultural College of Michigan, Union that is without such a one. skeer the screech owls. A passel of bad sparks from the engine. boys was thar from town to git the'r dinon their farm with towing land plaster ! A young girl's name can not be mention- Cincinnati News Publishing Co. The largest living animal is the rorqual ner and make (un of the crowd. They tot ed too seldom in the newspapers. on grass, claim that two bushels of plaster Jn fact, hundred and two feet in length; on the bench 'afore us, with them At the following io 3rTVTl'8vtsa!'rotn tore produced over two thirds as much increase whale, one the smallest, the amceboid forms. Whales down Owl Hollow boys and they whisper- twice in a lifetime is often enough, and Low ItaicH re and the North. Parlor Cars to Cincinnati loads of horse manure. of Subacrlptloa t and Palace Weeping Cam to Cincinnati. Washing, as twenty and elephants live to the greatest age, one ed and snickered and laughed and chawed one of them should be a funeral notice. ton, Ilaltimore, Philadelphia and New York.wltb-ou- t The Weekly New, with one of Dort'a is now said to In en- - hundred and thirty yearr; May flies the The Bread Winners The young girl President Arthur change. Celebrated Worki, and spit terbacker and whittled the benches whose funeral notice should appear during gaged to alaughter of Gen. Josept Patter- shortest, only a few hours. The most in and and never beam writ in the himebooks ''Ohrist Leaving the Pratorinm,'1 .. JLir1Sr.L0UI8ndtl.eWe.t. Kouthweit, with Palace Slecplns son, President of the Western National telligent of the lower animals, ahead even a word the preacher said. Brother Cole her lifetime would dwell in a town where "Christ Entering Jerusalem." Cara on night train, IoulivlIle to at. Ioula. 8he is handsome of the Australian bushmen and others, are they had very enterprising newspapers. Bank, of Philadelphia. riz to the stand a tall, high cheek-bone' ,' was one. the Buffalo Courier. Theie engrarlcus ol Doro'a famed hlatorlcal and a Bociety belle-thirty-tbre- a ants. lean, lank, hungry lookin' man and his palntlngaare the leal and ruott perfect rtprlnta by Foreign Alt andean Thirty-seve- n The noon meal for working horses tba I purcbated Reproducing Company, than 140 containing Hats, 3,000 clothes fit him about like a sheet fits a A scientist says tfte reason kissing is so not a original platca for law jaw-bonbushels of coal each, were cut from their bush when it's flung oyer it to dry. He ahould be principally grain.' "It can be each lu urope. Tbey are In atza STJiM tucbea, pleasant is Ijecsuse tho teeth, KSS LOUISVILLE lo and are direct copies, preaervlng erery Una and deINDIANAPOLIS. iAnnTlfil and lip are full of nerm, nnd whon the moorings at the Point bridge, near Pitts don't take no text nor say no ecriplur'; he quickly eaten and will not disturb the tail of the acbea and h?. No.ri.'' "Ith PT Chair through without change. is generated. burg, by heavy ice Sunday morning and jist relates techin' little sarcumstanues that stomach. Jip3 meet nn'electrio current English Forty Dollar Engravings 1 sets the women folks to shoutin' and the LOOK AT MIM ! The United Btatea Senate U said to be drifted down the Ohio River. Nineteen BucKlen'a Arnica Salve. Theao pictures are suitable to adorn the pallor TlieliMp. tii.EipreM (dall; from Louisville bodiea In were recovered, one sunk and the balance babies all to yellin'; and that's what makes The greatest hai Palace bleeping Cera from Louisville to New one of the wealthiest deliberate meJIcal wonder of the world. War of any gentleman. Asa f'7io(-vfjjmoat in' ritaa. fill lit ork without change, arriving at Waahlngton 2: M liWIIMM' WVVMU " ranted to ipeellly cursDurna, Brulaea, Cuta, Ul the world. The fortunes of its members are not yet hvard from, A high river is p.m. nest day He tuck his red cotton handkercher out cers, Halt Kbeum, Feror Sorea, Cancers: Piles. PRE3IIUM SUPPJLUMENT! expected. are estimated at 5180,000,000. SO to Hours Chllblaloi, Coma, Tetter, Chapped Uanda and all A single copy, three months.., ......M.I Ahead of All Compotiton, You may have seen people who could of his hat and wiped the sweat oiTn his akin A single copy, alx uconlbs CO Apply soft soap with a little salt added aruptloni, guaranteed to cure In erery face, unfastened his shirt collar and flung A single copy, one yaar. Emlgranla and l lu via tb O.A M. It'r or money refunded. A potttlre cure tor A club of ten coplee to oue four or Gve times a week and rub well, is prophesy quite accurately what would off his coat like he wasgwiuo to mall and 1 year 9 00 Through Day Coaches on nil Have 1 year,. .17 00 A club of "0 copies to one rites. 25c per box. For tale by Penny A, happen for the next three years, who no midnight chaogw. Arrive at Bt. trains. 2 hours na old horseman's remedy for sweenoy. luls n advance o other line, thereby securing more And larger cluba at 8) centa per copy per annum. couldn't prophesy, to save their lives, split rails, cleared his throat and 'lowed; time ,;, .i l'oatmastcra and other agenta will be allowed IS ebolc for makingIn change ol cara and getting first Where there U one man honest for prin- where they could get their next warm "Brethering and slatering, you can tee by of aoata cara of connecting line. A Fun on a Drug Store, per cent, on full rate (not club) aubscrllma. the way old Blaze out thar's that Nerer waa aucb a ruah made for any Drug Storo Tin premium engra?logs will be mailed about In advance of other lines to Indianapolis and ciple, you will find two that are honest meal, Chicago and the only Jin. giving It. the first each fear. I've xld a long way to discourse to you to- aa la now at Penny & McAllater'i far a trial bottle to receiveofthem. nirntb. to the subscriber entitled mile ride along the ahores of Lake Mlbhlgin. , I from vanily and threo-froThose unhappy persons who suffer fro?) day ar; and as I'm belated I will pitch ofSr. Klng'a New Olacovery for Consumption, For tlokels, rales, time, mapa, Ae.. ppr to Aa a premium olfrr It Is confidently claimed that It is estimated that 7,000,000 envelopes nervousness and dyspepsia should ueo Car- right in without proceedin'.I thank my stars Cougha and Colda. All peraona affected with Aatb-ro- Its ciualInwaa never before made, and would not be II Hi BAl9.WN.. Southern Paaaenger Agt.. possible this ease except for the method adoptIlroncbltla, Uoarienau, Serere Cougba or any ed by the Foreign Art are made in the Ucited States In a day. 8. E. Cor. Fourth A Main ata., Louisville. producing Company to ter's Little Nerve Pills, which are made ex- my head ain't upaot with any sort of book affection of the Throat and Lungi, can get a trial advertise Its works. Do noifall to avail yourself W. W. PEABODV, W. B. ailATTUC. ,, u.a-Danntel, of Clark, sold 100 ahoats, pressly for sleepless, nervous, dyspeptic suf- larnin' ar, I don't' have to go to the dic- bottle of tbil great remedy fru, by calllog'at the ot.the opportunity br send log your name and ad Jsb. Q., PtMiDi Aft drees, with One UolUr Inclosed, to Cincinnati. ferers. Price 25 cents, all druggist. jfielgbt 9H lbs., at 4J cents. tionary to git my text ar. I ain't none above Drug Store. Ilegular alze, It: TUK CINCINNATI WEEKLY NEWS. J. D. UILL, raaeaiigar Agaat, Ubaoon.Ky. ATTOUMJVy jr PATENTS n. d L I V Complaints ER ln n -- wm Attorney y, m u. r .''".''JI? ld ! ..' I n. IPX lmtlwt. For Rent! r WJ r) "MONOiV KODTE." Railway. Louisville, New Albany idle-tom- do-les- s Pullman Curs! 0. Mc-Ferr- n' n, wn .t in cf rt-- Inct-drllu-tln- rvemt-aMjsuccva- . SICK a v-j- r 'aw I tbiaaonoylnj-eumuulnt,wb.ltilh- "'', !" n, HEAD f flop-yeare- d d ACHE Kentucky's Koute East A SOLID TEAIN -- full-grow- g WEEKLY NEWS, WASHINGTON CITY. one-eye- bare-foote- door-tende- r, tooth-brushe- Metropolitan Journal, g nt ialBaWkSi!lS3ftjialalH Ka337Srama3l port-tnon-a- ie by-wa- J V -- rnt-nn- s in-tei- Eight I wlx-ellan- East,West and North HaOTJLlSXrill or IO Hours W'tf ')' poat-orli- post-olll- n" Iloms-Poeke- rs ' a, i