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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884012201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. If stun VOLUME X.---- N mi Hi imfeftaf JntftiaL STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY. JANUARY 22,1884. UMBER 510. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 217. l SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT! f JBm -READ K L TfUOl) UIIS i a Do not delay. S S ! tfnwa tiUCii READ, tfunw suwr SUB8 fcuor READ! TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN AND SURROUNDING COUNTIES: It is and has been my motto never to carry slock ovur iroiii one season u anoiner, aim tne only way to clean out stock is by putting the knife in FLjIlSr FACTS I other merchants, with too many soods now on hand. TWMSMR! fmHTISi TO and to make them io J have nut the knife into the nrices un to tho handle. Imw Ai Sm irr mnv wrff , M ofleveAlas t&e next 30 days EegatVti&ess ftf oste In the of which ;: i: immense Stock over, will be a slaughtering 1 carry reduction, especially in Fine Suits and Over coats. .Bouts and Shoes, Dry Goods, Gents' and Ladies' Furnishing Goods, Notions, Trunks, Yalises, Hats, Caps, &c, all these Goods at prices that will leave no doubt that I mean what I say. Clothing-Department- Itoniombor this slaughter sale will only bo for 30 daj s. prices, lor I need tho-ea- sli. Como early, as D. HIrASS, Stanford, Ky. the stock will soon bo sold at present prime. He maie tbe Slate a faithful Chief are Mtiie of tho pre comment on Executive, and as a member of Congress be would render substantial service, not to McCreirr' candidner for Can mm? We presume no one kIII call in question Kentucky only, bit to the whole country. Got. McCrearjr'ii fitt,e for the position he He is a prudent, conservative, safe man to PHARMACISTS Hi thorough iiunliOcation goe with-ou- t trut, in whatever position he may occupy. Louisville Argus DKALKII IX the "iylnj?. But o mny wpirant for We hare heard many express themselves the nine place hare arioen that ome tuaj Books, and since Hon, A. O. hare a heallancj as to whom tbejr should for the support. Iyl ouch cut their jren oer the Talbott has announced himself as a candiI'bicltQ' prvKilptlom accurately compounJM field, conaider the eereral AIM candidate. weih date, which will divide the vote of Boyle -well nil the curroundin IN- and circumatan between him and Durham, the friends of rig. i. rjKWEIiKiTMTl ce, and then rote for the one who ia beet McCreary feel much more hopeful of his Drngs, Wines. Musical Wall Paper, entitled to their atiffrage. We are not di. election. Madison county has not had a Liquor Instrucnieata, Chemicals, BookK, BigiiUre.l, TnuU Hark. CI Kara. Stationery, Pocket Paints, pocd to underrate the abililieri of any of man in Congress for over thirty years, while largest Stock of Watches, Cutlery, OHh, Soaps, Tobacco, Clock, Jowclrj ii Silverware the other dNtlnguinhed gentlemen wboce Borle county has been represented repeatIiiimp.H, Macula Fire Arms, Pe funiery, name have been mentioned in thi connec- edly, Judge Durham having already served Nccdlecu Krer brouibllto (hit market. I'rlrc tower thin ia also entitled lb inwMi.HWttcn)M, ciMti ami jewelry k- - tion. Madiaon otl'em a man for thU im two terms. Gov. McCreary Our Jowelrr, Silverware and Optical (Soods Department Is In Charge of talrtt oa tburt Dotlce. anil, Warranted. portant trust whoe abilitj and influence to a good vote for his excellent service in Tlios. Blchards, who vfill Bep.tir Hatches nnd Clocks Promptly and In tho beet will be aecond to none in the National Con-gre- the Chief Executive's chair foi four years, style. Helng able to prwnt Pitch a candi- a: which time he did his part wtll. Bedate, be modentlr claim the right to name side, he was instrumental in redeeming his the next Congressman for tbe dtatrict, not own county from radicalism, and is withal having enjojped that distinction oince 1853 a true, tried and faithful servant of tbe peoJudge Durham lin eer?ed three term and ple. Jessamine Journal. Mr. Talbott, from the aamc county, three Gov. McCreary made a model Governor, term. Hoyle also furnished Wra. A nder was faithful to every trust imposed upon aon one term, making twel?e year' hold him, discharged the duties of his office IlEAI.KR IN on the position. This Iook a little like most efficiently, and it is reafonabli to prelloyle wai dinpoHed to ask more than her sume that should he be tbe choice of the Hardware, Horwo Shoes, Groueric, Saddles share. Mr. Thom.Hon, tbe present incum- people of this district, he will give equal NailH, Uiicciittirarc, Huggy Whips, Iron, bent, ha been elected three time. ThU satisfaction as their representative in ConKKKy Wheel, Stoves, Cane .tllllH, IlarucMM, NpokcH, GratcM, Older AIIUm, Cover, should satisfy Mercer. Governor McCre- - gress. He is eminently fitted for the duary utcimeu to make the race against ties of the office by education and experiStoneware, Corn KhellcrM, Collars, Thompon two yeara ago because tbe din ence, and we doubt not would do honor to Oliver Chilled, Champioa Steel and Brinley Combined FIowj, Woodon and tnci wa new ancj very close. He ia . true himself and reflect credit on his constituand cotmiatent democrat, and will never do ency at all times. Intelligent, aflable, courCast Purapi, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Roofanything to imperil the the succcs of the teous, dignified and an orator of more than ing and Guttering will have pronpt attention. party. Alwaya a hard, earnest and faith ordinary ability, he would make friends ful worker in the rank, his and draw such a following about him as r blows have been felt by the republicans in would make him a power in the National every contest in which he has been per- Hall of Representatives, thereby enabling mitted to take oven an hnmble part. htm to do good service for his district, his State and the people at large. He has a (.iiichruond Herald. Gov. Jas. B. McCrcarjr h been with us host of friends in Anderson county who since the evening of the 31st. The truth would be delighted to sec him honored in TfllE IMEKIOIC JOUICNAIj ii the boya have fallen in lave with him any manner and who will use all honorable means to secure his nomination. He is 1. a at Mil t I rt uu me n 1.1 men aiso. ills easy manner um KTEABI JOB OFFICK still a young man, just now in the prime of and graceful bearing, his intelligence, cul- his manhood, am will have a large followIooh )v jry'Klnil of Printing nt ture and aflability, together with his record ing among the young democracy. He is capable of accomplishing great good for his HUy as nn officer in the psst, forces ouo to O his sterling worth and true great- country, and no man who knows him doubts W. ! WALTON, that he will use his best endeavors to that ness. Ah a Governor he was a model, and end. Anderson New. o should ho be elected to Congress, his influ-enc- e There is another candidate from Boyle will bo a power, and his constituents county, Hon. A. G, Talbott Two candiwill justlf be proud of, him. Ho is a can- dates from tho same county may be the didate in earnest and his following Iri thii means of improving Gov. McCreary's chan ces, who hails from a rounty tbat has not county is very strong. We can safely say had a Congressman in thirty years, while tnat nts chances are good to carry this Boyle and Mercer have held the fort be CiUltnil . Mr Tf tUW and Mswtry BJ cxBrritac ftof county, and he claims that he will carry tween them for eighteen years If the demof rwllwillIhlrtr Mr,' u. ." be tent frw taail ,8e4 "yrwr, ocrats of the district should go back to old the dibtrict. fLancasterNewi. f AllH7hVfdlt'iirraardlabfW,b anil ttne la name, ao nr tbal (kauld It prove otaer principles by insisting on rotation in office, & Uetlacreeto rtOll ordera arralla. Mr Er-GoMcCreary is announced as an then Boyle would not stand a good chance Uanuri ta etmbla HiiL ubm nrtk. ..A.t cello. aftB. aire U be reand In aajr Anrrlraa Vataloaaa. U aspirant to Congress in the district now for either of her candidates In public life. a larse part ril ofmTona ajrawlaa. Aalbe as Legislator, Speaker and Governor, Mr. orUlaal lalrodurrr of Vllnao Uoet, llarbaak represented by Phil. Thompsyu, and it McCreary manifested the moat perfect de1'aiataea, Marblebtad Karlr I'ora, taa Hub. bard Huaab. and aeorea or itarr aew ran. would be a good thing if the democrats of votion to duty, always at his post and altaklra. I larlte the palroaue of laa pubUa. la laa tbe Bardraa aad anear farm, oftbaae who plaal Btj aeea the district should elect him as their stan. ways a firm and uncompromisingdemocrat. wlltbefeaad btl udrertlatxatat. 1854.-18- 34 Every position he occupied ho filled with 1AUES l.H.CRECORr. Seed Gtovtr, MirbUhead. Miu. dard bearer. The ia still a credit to himself and gave general satlsfac- young man, having scarcely reached bis fffin f tba rvjhinl P Vtntinlaavllla fVript ' i w J Pnny & WMbstn Drags, GOV. JAMES B. UcCREARY, M'ROBERTS&STAGG Stanford, Ky., DEALERS ak. Stationery and Fancy Artiolos. yyW0r J Opera House Block. ; Ci. Wi Hi HIGGiNS Htm, 3 Iap I have received and am still receiving New Goods for Fall and "Winter, comprising the best in the market, which will be gotten up in style and make second to none in city or counH. C. Rupley try. Give me a trial. alcdge-hamme- d 3 5W 1 - price. rilOP.'l e 1 o s H M &A Jm 3 0 CO HBJJ 4 A f Stmi-ffiflttkl- B ntcrioroumnl January 22, 1884 EDITOR LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. GEO. O.BARNES in ENGLAND. Staaford, Ky., W. P. WALTON. FublUhcd Tttcatfaya anil FrlAuvt Sia.OO I33R ANNUM "When raid strictly lo advance II we have to welt any lime. 82.50 will be charged. -- tion that has been neglected, for little or nothing bag bten done and a third of the GasMitutioDal seasion is gone. While has done nothinR to especially merit ho arpenrs to be the a choice cf a majority cf the people of the Rial am! their renrescnlativea at Frank- fort should obey their wihes and end the tlirtfuating fbolisbnes', which at $5 pr day tho larger half of the members would be glad to have go on forever. We have nothing to say ay ainst Joe Blackburn, in ft ft re like his bold, ouUpoken manner, and concede that he in a man of more ability pethape than William, but he will have to wait. His outride support militates against him and the fibrin of the cut Ihroats and thug IroroLouisville and elsewhere, do him much morehaim than good All the email irj politician Hre for him, while the people eem to be for Williams After a number cf frnitleis ballols Fridav night the caucus adjourned until. Monday night, with but little show that the dead lock would be broken, consequently we did not wait to announce the result in this . .1 ILL -- f .!.!. paper. Tbe laat nauoi, ine inu, oi inu.; night, stood Williams 52; Blackburn 45; Sweeney 24; one of Williams' men having tone to Blackburn and one to Sweeney. ia announced that Senator Voorheca i defending Kutt who killed Dukes for the murder ol hi father. This thing has become to common, that men who have bnire with the Senator, instead of inquiring at the Capital, correspond with the Circuit Court ClerkB as to his probable whereabouts at any given lime. It is conceded that whenever a great criminal i to be defended throughout the length and breadth of tbe land, there will the eloquent Senator be found prepared to act as his advocate. This may be all very well, o far as tbe safety of the criminal and the prcfiti of the Senator are concerned; but a nice question arises as to the propriety of the thing in reference to his constituency and the country. There is a is f resumption at least that the Senator electtd and raid to give all the powers of his great mind to the service of his coun-aand at this distance we cannot fee where he gets his right lo employ those poweia in mere professional avocation. Wil-1'mb- is rjuVEN da)B have Rone be and Biill there is no nomination fcr U S. Senator. Al$10-86ready the lout lo the Slate has retched legislanot to mention the important A'blll to ltgaHiepeijury has been presented? That is in effect if criminals are allowed to testify in their own behalf. The House by a vote of 77 to 10 pass-e- d the Senate bill to take the sense of the people at the August election 18S5, on the question of calling a constitutional convention. A bill to authorise the County Court of Whitley county to levy taxes and Imie bonds to ralre money to build a Courthouse and jail and purchaee a site for the latter in said county was presented. Hon. M. J. Cook, of Rockcastle had leave for a bill lo prohibit tbe sale of vinous or malt liquors, or wine, ale or beer, or the mixture thereof, in the court-tic- s of Laurel, Rockcastle, Jackson and Owsley. Moral and Religious Institutions The democrats are determined that the republicans shall not help them elect a Senator. So they divide so that none of tbe candidates can get a majority ot the voter when tbe billot in joint rwalon is taken. Ihe remit Saturday was mlliara 33; Blackburn 20, Sweeney 25 NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. rrn k "iriivun3Sii.vcKi.KWEi.ii 10 , n" Lane, Dalston London, E. Dec. 22, '83 Dtar Inltrior) Four men were killed by a boiler ex- It y, Gairison, distinguished m the living ikelelOD, that the capricious fate which immured his aspiring soal within its bone barred prison house had relented and in a joyous mood had thrown into his pulsating .arms a blooming bride. We were lo moralize about the compensatory outworking of human experience. Bat, slas for the poetry of the affair; the next mail brings news that the bride has fled from his embrace, a raving maniac. History may forever fail to unravel the mya- lerT science may be forever at fault as to Ibe sudden revulsion of feeling experieno dictum of com-merf by the bride. But theinsanity came in aer.se is that the nhes she married and the wailing cry of 'take him away;' was the voice of returnrcMoa. waa long ago given as one of the of latter dsy defections and one of lire evidences of latter day ioitows thal:"In Ihatday shall seven women lay hold upon one man &c.," According to late report ikh prediction is now being literally fulfilled at Frankfort. There are just seven Udi candidates for tbe office of Librarian, and they are said to beat the world in of the scitnee of legislaSome of the veteiao button hole-intive jaeaiberabear themselves bravely through to like it; tbe ordeal in fact, seem boyB like Rigney and Hill it ia terbut to rific. The caucus to nominate has been postponed till next Friday night. din-posn A few days JcfiTisweeipected! fortune had smiled we announced that ago np-x- n It g. -- a singuTin Louisville Democrat on the outrageous action of lar position Gov. Knott in allowing the life convict Steele to go from the prison walla unattended, to his father's funeral. It rays that the Governor was pressed into the ajre by tome one intimately associated villi his administration and that the man bo brought it about shonld resign at see. That's poppycock. The Governor isalone to blawe. He is noted as a man of Smnees nod it has never been charged of feltn that his heart gels tbe better of his .bead. Th Breckenrldge News, which makes a specialty of murder statistics, says that 31 aaenere "led in Kentucky in December, And yet 108 since September. Gov. Knott saya in hia mesaage that murders are not more frequent here than in other States. He should post himself before he indicts another message. &Vea STflE nomination for a Public Trlnter be made this afternoon. There are a araaber of candidates, Including our old tntai, Dr. John D Woods, of the Bowling Green GostUt, who they say, haa the inide track. aarill i iiia Kentucky and not Matt, who died at Philadelphia. He la from Barbourville, ami was sixth Auditor of the Treasury jgsder Lincoln. It was GreenJ Adams, plosion at Rochester N. Y. Carlisle was banquelted by the Commonwealth Club of Philadelphia, Saturday. Win. Kelley, of Covington, Ky., shot his mistreM and committed suicide in Lis Vegas, New Mexico. An earthquake eliccK was felt in Wilmington, N. C. The jar wa sufficient to shift stovepipes and unlatch doors. The Madison "Court gave Hamilton $2,500 against the K. C. for running its line through his livery stable at Richmond. The Grand Hotel Cincinnati has been to the Gilmcur Brother.1, who are majority stockholders, for ten years, at$3S, 000 a year. Judge E R. Wilson wis elected United State senator on the sixth ballot to succeed Mr. Groome, March 4, 18S5, at Annapolis, Md. John Davidson, aged 80 and his wife, aged 86, being out of fuel went to bed to get warm and were irtzen to death, near Knoxville Tenn. Leroy Donovan was hung at Rawlins, Wyoming Territory. He was tbe find white man ever executed in that Territory by procers of law. Tne bill declaring forfeited the land grant of 15,000,000 acres to the Texas Pacific Railroad Company will be put through the House with a whirl. A man and woman were hanged' at Ouray, Col, by vigilams, for the murder of their adopted child. It was the first woman ever lynched in that country. An election is to be held in the city of Covington on February 23, on the que-tio- n of appropriating $1,000,000 for a tew bridge, aa authorized by the bill passed last week. Argus Dean, tbe Indiana fruitgrower, wri'es that fruit buds are killed by the late cold snap beyond a doubt; as to the effect upon the trees it is not so easy to determine. Col. Bennett H. Young has resigned the presidency of the Louisville, New Albany & Chicago R. R, and Mr. James Roosevelt of New York, has been elected in his stead. Eagar, of New Jersey Legislature, has been sentenced to imprisonment for one month and fined $500, for accepting a bribe for "letting up" en bills. The Government claims that ex.U. S Marshal R II. Crittenden, of this State, is behind in his accounts to the amount of $10,304 08, and has brought suit against his bondsmen for that amount. The Trusleea ol Abury University formally accepted the DePeaw donation of $250,000, which is llkelv to be increased to $1,000,000, and changed the name of institution to DePeaw University. W. N. Hogan, who was elected representative of Grant county, but who recently committed resigned because of suicide at Williamstown, Saturday. He is said to have lost his mind on account of losses by speculation. --The factory of the Cincinnati Corrugating Company, on Eggleston avenue, was set on fire by the explosion of a boiler, and burned out. The employe, were thrown into a panic, and there were many narrow escapes. The Iom is estimated at $93,000. Briggs Cunningham's resignation as President of the Kentucky Central was accepted. He says bis reason for getting out is that the Citizens' National Bank re quires hia whole attention. Vice President Echols will act as Peresident of the road until the annual meeting is held. Congressman Follett is pushing his plan for transferring tbe Pension Bureau to the Treasury Department and abolishing the Pensions Agencies. Carl Schuiz said of a bill incorporating the same idea, introduced into the Forty fifth Congress, that the change proposed was expedient and practicable. Tbe steamer City of Columbus, from Boston to Savannh, went aahoieon Devil'a Bridge, on the MaatachuaetU coast, and was Boon broken up by the sea. The boats were all swamped, and many of the passenger were swept from tha decks. Of the 120 passengers 110 were lost, none of the women were saved. The boat was 1,097 tons burden and cost $300,000. A. 8. Hatch, of Fisk, Hatch & Co, New York bankers, says the calling in of the three per cent, bonds will certainly lead to an extensive and embarrassing contraction of the currency. He thinks the most practicable remedy Congress can apply is to repeal tbe tax on National bank circulation and authorize the issue of circalationfqBal jo ninety per cent, of the market value of the bonds on deposit. cer-tain Monday night we went to Highgate to help our dear EJith Piper with "her bojv," for whom she had prepared the conventional "tea" this time the tea being cocoa and wanted in for song and a "word of exhortation," that might help the poor fellows on to a better life. We found them in astnnll hall, where also, Misses Annie and Gertrude Green had mustered a few of their pet "Navvies" and were in attendance as Ruesls. Edith's "boys," 1 may safely call "roughs," ss she is not responsi-bl- e for their present condition, and is hoping to bring them into a better one, if patient tesching and gentle kindness can effect the desirable end. The influx of guests taxed the extempore culinary department to its utmost, there being some embarrassment on the score of a sufficiency of cups and saucers; and the little stove, at a critical moment, refused to heat any more wnler and indeed to do anything but smoke; but with thwe trifling exceptions the eating portion of the entertainment went off well, all being served abundantly in duo time. Our part win a little difficult, at firt, as Edith's boys, being bent on a "lark," did not seem disposed to endure sermonizing; snd amused themselves by freely pinching each other, scullling over the backs. of tbe seats, shooting pellets at their guests, the "navviea," on the other side of the room, and any other little sport suggested by there wre prolific brams of michief. only about a dozen In all of these half grown lads and about the same number ol the Mi'ses Greens' pets; but even a dozen mischievious boys, keen for fun, (for the men were perfectly decorous and quiet; are By dint of singing, not easily subdued. exhorting, bearing patiently with the sal-li- e of rough wit, smiling and never frowning, they at last became quiet and listened attentively to the story of "D.ivid the Giant Killer." The upshot of the two hours skirmish with these dear young ruffians was, that one of their number confessed the loving Jesus snd nearly all the rest seemed deeply impreesid. I feel surt onr dear Eclh will win them all for Jesus In the end. Again we arc called to admire the self denial of theso children of afflu ence, who instead of sitting quietly down in places of ease and letting the world take care of itself, turn out to hunt up these neglected souls, and do "what they can" to save them I dec'sre it was a sight for heavenly eyes to look upon with gladness, to ste these ladies wailing upon the roughest of men and boys with smiling attention. Is it not, in kind tho' not in degree, angelic ministrj? Think, dear reader, the distance between these refined women and these coarse specimen of humanity is a feeble span, compared with the almost immeasurable chwrn of natural separation between thee and these "ministering spirits," who, by sweetest grace, are sent forth to wait upon thy wants. I think of this in a new and fresher light with thi- - loving illustration of th fid, brought before my in love's ministry to the outcast. eye.--, The dear LORD will crown these pitlent rtfiuloTB of HIS own ways of LOVE. Tuesday night (even of us went to hear Moody and Sankey at Stepney. The two Woods, Vernon, Charley, the Rirls and myself composed the party. We found the of place without difficuliy in the far London and through a rabble of men and boys, hawking hymn books and photos of the evangelists, we made our way down a muddy Une to the preaching place, which wc found pitched in, wkat seemed to be, the midst of an extensive lumber yard I suppose the committee had to put the great temporary building down upon any empty lot they could get, in the desired vicinity of the population to be reached. But what might be fatal to other meetings seems to favor these devout servants of the LORD; for the Tabernacle was filled by the time the preaching began, and five thousand people at least, hung on the utterance of tbe speaker and singer. My readers already know, perhaps, that there are two Tabernacles, that are moved about every two weeks, until the campaign is over. For example, this one at Stepney was the one they occupied at Islington In November, and will be taken down next week to be put up at a Kint selected for a meeting to begin the middle of January; while the one they used at Wandsworth two weeks ago ia now being pitched at Stratford, I think, where the next meeting is to be. Ihese movable halla are jint like three cotton Bheda about 100 feet long let side by side, with three gables, roofs the ordinary pitch and of corrugated sheet iron. The"Inquhy Rooms" are arranged at either side, the whole having board floors, seated with chairs and lighted with gas 100 jets sufficing. A couple of stove help to take off the chill, but 5,000 people soon warm things up. Seven years had passed since we had heard tho familiar volcea, but the first sound cf them transported ub to Chicago in 1870, this very month, and the grand meeting there, where I had tho joy of working in tbe 'Inquiry Rooms for two monthB, at a time when tho LORD'S grace and love had been "shed abroad" in my own heart so that I had "enough and to spare" for other hungry souls. The men are just the same with but a shadow of advancing years creeping upon them. Moody a good deal stouter and using glasses, Sankey, scarcely a day older, aa seen from the parquette, and voices of both quite unimpaired by all the "wear and tear" of continuous service. Indeed there service. I W no "wear and tear" in Jean used the word from old force of habit, and take it back beforethe ink U dry. I am glad that deir Moody preached just the a sermon he did, Tuesday night, for it la tbe last time I shall see and hear him on earth, and I wanted my last re- - I Et membisnce of htoi to bo in connection ! with a pure gospel utterance. And such was his noble sermon on "deliverance," 1 offer for sale prlatflr my farm ol V.I US VlrhnlM.vlll- .J M.u .1 .ImII.. . L t.t county snoken that evening. The dear man of The on Hickman Crrtk, In .IfMtnilno God has many varying tastes to please, and IaiiiI l In and clover and ! In kikxI for jjrowipc nay crop mlleit lo lliln part ol many is surrounded by "many men q theiMttiand U well ailaplel to Rrowlna; tobacco. of minds;" and these sometimes make their The lini'Mivetncnl consist rf a (mine ilwrlllnt! wa7 rooms with porchnaaml cellar, n well f good his addresses, that are painful ter near tlie door, a good torn, stabln and wigon marks upon out lnilMInc' An orheil and other nctrs-srly apparent to those who know tho truth, chard, stock wirr aliuuilanl sod cuenltnt Ac. perhaps) 1 ho fenclni; on the creek li mistly of stone, l'lrn-t- s and to himself. I doubt not. This of IlinUr for fencing purfw and fences intwl-l- y IakpMoii good lepalr convenient to is the needful price lo pay for being "all l Churth, school and mill, I will sell the properly thints to all men." in which .Moody sue low and on easy terms to parties dmlrlng a home ceeds better than any living man. I know or will dltldx It to suit puraliasera. If not sold by M.r. I I will rent to reliable parno other who can hold together men ol di- lies. .tUta.Jt. A.JiKllHi'KltUKIt. llsnlr, r0.,Ky. SOSSnio ametrically diflering views,.' as he does May he shake London this winler, as it "God bless was never shaken before. Sankey," Is my constant prayer Moody and Whittle and McGrsnahan are doW well Stanford Town Lots for Sale. in Ireland, I hear. Praise the LOUD for thstr ministry of love and jmare, also. In privately at low prices and on I oCer foraal my own huj life I shall have no leisure to very rratnnaMe terms. ittM.ir mmi-- i I.tttM In the North last limits of tthe hpitrthein. but I shall never ce.ve lo f illow rM.V ..n.nf Mjiifurcl. More limn half ol them are a a mile them with my best wishes and prayers, and wlihlna third of within ol Ihe Oiurl House, and of of a mile Ihf ui an honor that I knew nuiurbr of depot, txtelltntly located for always esteem It the Junction In butlbeia or bare implojmcnt at them in days past. that point. 1 went to Wednesday noon, the girls anil Tbew lula at the very best and tnot laullful-l- y retldemea that atid conveniently suspended have ever been oflerelsliuslnl for H'snford, snd Aldersgate st , to resume the lor sale In s to plare I In the and ministry to the working women, in which my price any lermaie iu,h Induitrlous man to sicure on- - of power ol we took such pleasure before going to Scot them lor a ho re They all Hunt upon new (Heels, which bsvelusl land Excellent sNtcr Fisher was in her been opened, Ibe bioadtit and lest In Maiifuid of The soil Is a rlrh atanj in Kentucky nlio a iHiial. at the head of the move thelant Isailrvrl as toiuln- - IMS gradlo Moil Ihe and well water cm be bad at a depth of froso ment, and it wasajov to see so many faces very lOtoWleel Hght up with reiognltlon and welcome ss wl.l beiwUI to uetie but white person' they A We are to be with them ns 204 4 mspof thdnian leMenal inyotticr we came in II'. ii.st ii.t.ru. uw Hsulurd, Ky. ntien ss we cm at th noon tide, in future increase 100 present Wedmalay-- an Abont Praise the on the old congregation. ! LOUD for this "open door" We have continuous work from th 30ih ins'., when we have promised lo go to the West End bulges the first chance at that high-bred- , After that to Barnel, pel needy loaMily llax J - . j- and then to Dartfor.l, four mile-froley Hrath; but of these, when the time I only mention it that my readers comes AHU ".It JUT may rejoice wiih u, that abundant oppor . . . . i .i worn w, not i. w...B pnrt.miu.so. ew 1 l Montgomery, at his lUlween this and the Openmc of the ........ r alerh.taol lrinMjfrl la I oim-- tilliIate rttitiei,. .i l etr, we snail uoumies nnu ivihj "odd jobb" todo to keep out of mischief Tuesday, January 22, 1884, Thurday night we attended a luble lead BcctDntrppr'nipllj al IPo'rUck, obIm-io- ,; ing at Capl Dennis' In Barnst, where we rluf lu tire to goon the 0 h of Jatiutry, nd had a YOWNQ JACK, I..1I-G- 1: good time, with full liberty In addressing I JfBVt . bltlof lllie, tooat 30or lOchristians Praise the desr LOI5D A good lllldtf, foal by a Jsk. IK high grade .llefthnn la for any opn door where one can enter heep, SO It id Hetashlr bhoals, 4 NHitbdswsi with "good tiding" in these days when Hriwdows, ItObatMli l Coin, IW W brat, M Macks or of Timothy lly, all ol his the deyil's craft is etpenally displayed in I arming Implesaeots, rwelstlug of an almwt "stopping the wells" where Christ flock tw Noir.iW,(l toib I' ar.tir.aiDe Ws(to,Ac could get a refreshing draught and driving e of tbem being a J Ilorkawaya snd Harness, off true Shepherds who would open them uxd bat viry little, very Sue me. Having again. "Ye shall draw water from the J good woik Nulis, HounboM and Kitchen Kuinlture and wells of Salvation," with unhindered joy, age. Only after alas, is written of another Four IlttrrclN of Ulilhky, Made la IS7((. toil and strife and many blows gotten and TriMS -- All sumaol .J std o(under, cash In the hanassed flock git transient sup given, months, ith hand over that anonnt. a tndlt plies from weary rands; for HE came "not fiiercent. Intirrst will be Rtven Notes with kw.I srturlty n.t:iUbiesi..laybliR to bring peace but a sword," snd His very atWnal Hank u efuMd will be liejultid Ufre the pioeiiy Is nioovnf s to be the octaflon of dieenion love h. 11. i'!t KXAVI.T, Adiur in sccleiy st large and sunder lives under jour-ne- v the same rrof, that else had gone the Teruble snd through in harmony. College. fact in our awful history this intoleiable would be, but for the kindred fact that our KY. STAN FOIl God and grace U out of blackest evil bringing good 'overcoming evil with good" Full Corps of Teachers, as scripture puts it, si that out of the very With a of "eater shall come forth meat, and out This Institution will open Ha Thirteenth HeloD oa the Id Monday in Pcpteinber neil. the strong, .iweetness." The gentle, loving of the vilest evil, is the Sayior, the Author mall-ciou- s ALU T1IE IUUNC1JE8 OK A one anoinal paradox, the baleful, good is devil, the author of sweetest THOROUGHENGUSHCOURSE thcolher. And so these inflexible rules of AreUnr.ht.aJ wall u procedure are ever working till the end Is reached and "Death even shall be swallow- MDB1C. TUB LAN0UAOE8. DKAW-INAND PAINTINO. a dead death evermore: ed up in victorv" the power of It is himself and he who had also destroyed by the glorious I hone there will not be many revolutions In Tuition, price range from 125 to A0 In lb i'rlmajr, R3; Intermedial Department, of thi, poor sin cursed planet before the regular 30; Preparatory, M, sad Collegiate, 140. is worked out and the mystery ol problem Tor full partlculart. as to Boaxa, Ae.,adJr Iniquity fully solved. A mot perplexing TKUKIIKAKT. Prlsscliml, by our hard MK. H V. 'tanford. Lincoln Co.. Ky. myatery we make of It, tboughtatf God, charging him "foolishly" or ''ignorantly" as the case may he, but ever with a hidden Nndenry to blame HIM, who alone is "guiltless" How lightly would this "Mystery" of evil have sat upon tbe race had men but jutified Gid instead of themselves, and put tbe E. II. BURNSIDE, bUrn'o where it belongs. Hut failing here whatcn there be but distress an 1 perplexi- This Old Well - Known ty" Leave but my God intact and I can Hotol Still Maintains its bear all else, lint if the bitter cry come High from anguished hearln "Ye hve taken AND away my God and what more have I lefi?" then there is no remedy. The soul must Iti Proprietor ii Determined that it Shall be 8econd to no Country writhe and feel the slinging and stabbing Hotel in the State in iti Fare, with naught of alleviation in the darkness, Appointment!, or Attenor compensation, save stray thoughts of tion to Comfort of their Guetta. comfort that tho Blessed Spirit mtnages to give In spite of all our unbelief. But for this we should sit down in sullenneis of HaaKage wlllbeOBvern to ad from the of charge. Special arrommodatlaiia sorrow to die. (ommerrlalTravelrrs. The liar will again entreat my alwava supplied with the choicest Let me then again and biaadkoi Llais and C'laars. fellow traveler to hold on to this one "anchor sure nnd steadfast," that God is LOVE a'KIOE'S- and nothing else. Whatever comes only Set thoroughly satisfied with Him. be "the face as a flint" to justify HIM alone; be "steadfastly minded" to defend HIM in -- ANDthought, word and deed against all comers men or devils and thou ehalt be numTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL bered among those counted, valiant for truth "good and faithful servants," good FOR 93.50. soldiers of Jesus Christ, worthy of a place upon the throne of HIra, whose good name Mountain purse, Without acrlp thou hast known and whose honor thou Evangelist, fleoige- or Uarnea. or. The. story of The II O. bait shielded in a world where all was Life, the lleiwdof ItaBllen Tbougbta against Him. Ever in Jesus and a llook of Its Public V Iterance.." OcUvo; fl tilue-Krn- u y two-thll- For Sale Privately UXCASTKH ADVMITKMOTK. UUUOJSON DKNT1W U' LANCASTER, KIT. Office over Cltliens Nallonsl Hank. OOce hours from t to 12 a. u. and from 1 to ft r. m. B. F. WAIiTMH jvTTonryiav At jujp,v. LANCABTF.lt, KY. Will practice In Oarrard and adjoining eoontloa JlSI-lyand Court of Appeals. rJ BAM M. DUIIDETT, VALUADL- E- Garrard Co. Lands FOR SALE. 1 offer at private rale my farm of about SOOaeree, In Oarrard, almut one mile llow Camp Dick Hob-Inso- n, with large collage house of eight roams, In nmnlier one repair, all nrcesaary outbuilding, and the land fertile slid In a floe slate of cultivation, n, arly all being In graw On tbeplscela a distillery of about 100 bushels capacity. The Ininplke liom Danville to Lexington runs through this farm, and tbe the location Is very conveniens. Alio lo5 acna, a part of Ibe 11 M. Jones Urm, on the same pike, adjoining Ihe above. The two pUce will I told aa a whole, or divided to suit pnrrha.-ei- s. The purchaser will also have the option to reiln the dl.tlllery, oill isn I rimovsd. AUo sinallfaim adjoining Ihe ebovvdearrllied pi! ly, wiihfslr Impiovemenls. In Ibe 'nier section ot the Danvtll and Ilneoa Vlsla lumpllse, a small tract of II acvra, adjoining lands of T. Dunn. Als store botue in the town of llryantsville. a warehouse near Iheda-p- ol In Lancaster, a builal lot In Ihe Lancaster cemetery, Ac All the atove property will be sold on very liberal lerma. For lurther particulars rati onor np.Utr address WM.HKHHKI.Kt itryanutllle. y. ENTERPRISE Grocery. T.hi. castor, Kcnliu'ky, POSTPONEMENT ADMRS SALE m .,,,... j-- ., AJuUAJHjaU rvrriAfll" GEO. D. OlUvlV cfcs rrupirij. BURDETT ..ii .,.,. ,,,, OO.. HAVE- - hi-- Lately been Making Extensive Additions TuTbilrMoUi.r-- - oxi: l' And now have the Beit Stock in Ceo tral Kentucky. They have Parlor and Bed Room Seti, Carpet. Cane and Penitentiary Chain, Marble Top bblof lit '' Centre Stand ct Ex-tension Tablet, . Woven Wine. Cot- ten Top andHair Folding Bed Lounger, Bedi & Cots, Wardrobes and Sofas, and Everything Else Kept in a First-clas- s Furniture Store-Mat-trcBie- s, ; rami In (m! Nilgai- - Prlfff'. Stanford Female I. I. XI. ISnltlwiu price, snd terms Kcraascan & Co., m Louisville, Kv , Clnrlnoatl, O, and Indlanspella, lod , dealers in Melnwsy A hunt', Decker Kroa., Ilalnea', J. A C Klxher, Sen A Kon. llsldwln A Co s Collate, I'prlght and equate I'lsno r'dtie, slm tbe Kstey, Shonloirr and Hamilton Organ.. Instruments suld al prices and term, to suit purchasers. iKin't give vour ordtrs till yen get m-- n Fire.Lightning & Tornado SovcDTirst-Olas- s O Companies. Ptsateid. life-give- TERMS MODERATE. LOWEST I,:.fui J. 31. Villi. ll'H.Agt., OPERA HOUSE, KTANX)IID. KY. MYERS HOTEL, and Reputation, W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor. BlMof8lage,'30iU. Klrbt complete aels ol Ben .ry Peeling capacity. Including gallery, Koaaonable rate, to good attractions. Addles aa above. STANFORD. KY. Propr It. DANVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY Manufacturers of Dootn, Hiihh, ItlintlH, lVlndew ami Door I'niitieK, Iiikh Rlold- - Ncroll Nam LifoofGco.O. Barnes Work, Turning JLntlic Work, Flooring, Celling, IrcKeetl And oihM Wcath-crboArdln- g, I.umlr, - Geo.O.Bahnkh. STEPHENS HOUSE I have rented the earner Iiotel In Crab Orchard, known as tho Fa rrla House, refitted and refurnishstyle, gived It and ntopote to run it In Arat-clu- a ing iptclal attention to transient cistoui. Comtravelers will find splendid sample rooms mercial for the display ol their goods and accommodation! equal to any floua it Central Kentucky. I will alio have course of the Livery titablo and willfine keep it supplied with fast borsva and turnouta. Tbla will not Interfere with my Furniture and Undertakers Trades Aal ahaU C9"tlnnnt keeps full line cf Ihe best Furniture and beresdy al all tluea to serve those needing iny servkcalu the other capacity. 215-lu- per-hap- u J. II. NTKl'ilKXN.Ky Crab Orchard bound in bevelled boards and tinted cloth with gill motto on com; faapageej ateel engraving of O. Barnta: photogrtviure of Marie; map I 4 in the City," "the Vanished lsavea-- 7 pagta, aimllea orfront and 8 exact ol fc in the back fly color ol Ink of the Inecrlp-tlnalas and Also Dealer. In made by the Evangelist hlmaelfln bis inoun. tain Dlble, Illustrating In a compact form hU comnleto history of the Faith. Thla book la pjcea-rev- eal tho man. Tbe private dlrea-J0- O . Evangelist and are made pubinmost nature of th in thla look. The rallh lic for the first time ihe blatorr, tbe Healing chapler-- 01 p'gea-glancumentand all the biblical pasHSgM bearing on a book that should bo In every Call on us or wrlle for pr,ccs We keep Itln full It la and should certainly be owned Kentucky home, stock and will do our beat to please you loprhr bv everv convert of Ueorge Ilarncs. 1 he book can ... .( ' j and quality ol material. Le OU'ainrU uowuritl rjnn iwi ub. special arrangement with the Author, who having liaa hrg-l- y withdrawn all iiinovid to New York, " . agemes, rhe book (MM) and the aro oltnied together fur DASVlhUK VLASISU 3tILL CO Intkkiou Jouwal ;i2i Uamee" alone, Ihe two tbe prlcofth "Life of for MM. Addreaa II. I'. VA fcTOj. Danville, Ky. I.ntkmor Joi'rkai., ttluoford, Ky. ni Building Material Fanning Xiiinibei!' ves lu. whh-yvkkk- stt&aiifeaY&Aih. ttiu.. ar,JLv re- .- f Stmi-Mcc- kl interior Journal January 22, 1884 Stanford, Ky LOCAL NOTICES. Buy Paints of Penny k McAlister. Nice stojit of birthday card at Penny McAllsterV. Robert k couplet: A McAlister sole agents. Brand new clock of every thine in tlie jewelry line at Peany A McAllster's. vr H t $i:0,000, Northern Methodist $108,000, now occupied by Eld. 8. W. Crutcher. Mr, "Little head, lllliawli, tfoiithern Methodist $25,100. E. S, Meick, of ibis place, and Messrs M. Dig heal, not Ml." Cecil, J. A. Tomlinson and Iaaac Pearson, DEATHS Tun talk of all the fruit buds being kill of Harrodsburg, left Tuesday morning for Watches, Clocks and Jewelry repaired r weather ia'nt old daughter of Win, Trinidad, Col., where th-- y A little ed la no doubt true. If litis and warranted by Penny A McAllater. expect lo emopponltcNt. Anaph Hotel Si an ford, Ky. Foil coi'bIih, coldi, Ac, use Compound sufficient to kill them wu may never have Cooluy died Saturday of croup. bark extensively in stock raising. Ofpneumonia at the Commercial Ho 8yrup While Pine. Put up in 'it nnd 60c feara on that score again. bottleA. Trinl fir 10c. McRoberte A IN MEM0RIAM. days' Illness, Friday, .Richard Mn A. Whitley Montoomeky ia the lei, after tire H. O. BRIGHT. F. J. CUBHAlf . SUgc Martin, He was a son of Mr. J. M. Martin It is with no ordinary sadness, I an boy. "Juit proud poasesser of a PERSONAL. a young man of steady habits and gennounce the death of Mr. Itichard C. Martina a pound heavier than his father," mint and tlemanly drporlrucii'. He came lo town son of Mr. J. M. and Arthusa MarT. W. Hkkiinm returned to Loulsvillo facetious remark). only a few days before he was taken sick tin, of Logan's Creek neighborhood. Mr. yeiterday. STANFOitnhas alwuy had the reputation and entered as clprk for T. It Walton, who Mli-Iva Sniley has gone lo Indian Martin at the time of his death, which WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- of being an orderly nnd somewhat pious was greatly pleated with the aptitude he occurred Friday the 18th of the present apolla, Ind., to visit Mita Grace Wainrr. city, but its people have never been known showed for the business and the excellent years old and ss Miui. Jcm. (looun, who has been tery monlb, was twenty-fiv- e to walk so circumspectly as during the last manner in which he did his work. Our sociated in business with Mr. T, It. Walton, ill of pneumonia, in improving a we learn few days. sympathy is with his parents and friends of Stanford, in the capacity of clerk, a - i from her (later, MIm A Hie Uover. And Dealers In- Theiie has been one or two snows since in their sad beretvement. Mil J. W, Bastin, secretary of the position assumed only a few daya 'prior to Stoves Queens a Laurel Coal C' , baa been on n visit lo his our last Iwtie and the mtircury was utand his decease. On last Sunday, January 13, LAND. STOCK AND CROP. ing at ro yesterday morning again. The he was with his father and mother at the parenla in lhi county, May wheat, in Chicago, went down to old homestead, the pride and joy of their Wagons, &c., Hep wretchedly cold weather which came with MimJj Maouir Adams, Bo hearts and lo all appearances in his cuspert and Klla Joplin and Me-- r JameK tho New Year continues with almost un- 0C ceutr, Saturday. A. M. Feland sold to Pony Be.zley, tomary sood health, but as he returned to Maret, W. C!. Adams and A. Cfiesruan precedented fury old brown gelding, out ol Fancy, town after niuht, complained of a feeling a formal a giy parly from Ml. Vernon to Thr engineer of the C, G. It. A N. B'y, Owsley's Old Stand, Stanford, Ky. of general debility, and as soon as he "Nip A Tuck" performance (Saturday tinder dipt. Sprvllin, are the hardest work by Orjy Elmo, for $210 the Stone, of Madison, sold to Ma- reiched his bsarding houre ordered fire Capt. They returned on (he midnight ing ot of fellows we ever saw. All during night. of the Kentucky Peni and retired for the night. By morning he train. this terrible weather they have worked ear son A C , sentiary, 100,000 lb , hemp at $0. had a well developed attack of pneumonia ly and late, running lines along the steep LOCAL MATTERS. Dr. J. B Owsley, of the firm of White, in its most malignant form. Able and where It was almost impossible lo .'!!. Dili Piotlr at T. It Walton's. stand, and wading through snow in the Alkc-- A Cj , Louisville, tells us that they skillful physicians were in constant attennnd timothy at W. valley, in some p'ace over knee deep. have packed 20,000 hogs this Beason, which dance and eyerything that love and affecNrw stock of clover II. IUIn-.'- . They seem to be in dead earnest and much cost them an average of $5 28 per hundred, tion could suggest to alleviate his sufferThe Intekioh Juuiinal ha received ings was done, hut he steadily grew worse HALr, Nice little office stove. pleated with the lines they have run pan from Commiioner Bjwtuin tome pure until death released him from his tuffer-ing- . here. Our citizens should give them all W. P. Walton. . . m White Hurley tobacco, which those of our His bjdy was bornejto hi fatheiV on the awisinnce in their power. (lootH delivered free of charge. Met - AND patrons desiring Lo raise can gel by calling the day of his death aud yesterday his fuHon. TiioMAg P Hill, Jn, spent Suncalf A Owsley. at the office. neral was preached by Elder J. G. Livingsday at home, having come for the purpose ton in a vtry impressive and able sermon Sroui. itooM for rent near the depot. Ap- of confuting with the people as tothtpioi-e- r CARRARDC0UNTY DEPARTMENT. ply to S. P. rilaiu'. Although the day was exceedingly inclemto tale in the matter of exempting Lancatfer. step' STANFORD, KENTUCKY, ent, the houe was crowded, showing the SMttKR "Your Smethrari" cigar, fur theC.G It A N. It L from oounty taxes Born to the wife of John Finntll, Sathigh regard in which the deceased was sale by T. It. Walton. The bill had pantd both urday uornirg, a 10 puuud boy. for 25 yer m held by thoe who knew him best. At was not on examination the Governor Your Lancaster correspondent Titr. largest lot of sugars and o-- ffle lu Hotifes, but the conclusion of the church tervices, with find) thai it U unconstitutional, hi ntlcu "frozen up" hal wetk, bill there wai a le town, at Hrighk A Curran'. sorrowing hearts, the neighbors and friends tion ItnTiiig ben called to it no doubt by mailable scarcity ul news to report. placed the mortal remains of Brother MarTlirm: wa uo mail agent on yesterday's some , who wanted to thwart the The OtiZftV National Bank has in tin in their last resting place. north bound train, consequently we were will of a large majority of our people, ami cruised its cspttal slock to $11,000, show itichard Martin was no ordinary young cut out of two letters he informed JtiUc Hill that he would have ing that there is a great diul of money in man In his childhood he gave himrelf to CoMivitTAHLi: residence with three to veto it I'pon consultation it was dn the country seeking investment. the blessed Savior, joining the Christian acres of land attarhrd, in Stanford, for sale cided thai if the Governor would withold Col. J. K Faulkner, of Louisville, is church and with a fidelity rarely found, or rent. Apply to J Bright, his action, the bill should be withdrawn in town on a visit. Curl Itjbinun gave an evtn in matured manhood, he walked in Wn have the biggest line of sugars and from hi hands and another framed soas to elegant entertainmtnl to a few friend the footsteps of his Mister. Tho vices so of the case. Whether Thtirmlay evening at his home in the Mowers, collets in town at bed rock prices, by barrel miet the necsili Corn among there of hi own age, left ixnconstitutiooal or not, the exemption of country, and H. C. Sutton also received prevalent and sack. Bright A Curran. The no impress upon his character. certain industries from tax ttion has been friend at hi home in the suburbs ol town. V:are now receiving another large sup made time and again and it seems invidi Church, Sunday School and in fact eyery Corn Those who failed to see Nip and Tuck good work received his earnest and ply of choice canned good. Call and exa question, besides Friday evening missed one of the best perous now to spting such support and truth'ully may it Cider Mills, Cane Mills, Pumps, Iron Fencing, Saw Mills, Enamine foryourself. Metcalf A Oisler. the very charter of the road itself exempls formances ever given on the sUge. It was be slid, he indeed walked in beautiful obegines, Threshing Machines, Hose Belting, TilKrnor four freight cars jumped the it from State taxation far five year. Sure replete with humor from beginning to end dience to the Lord. Viewing the death of track ner Cedar Creek Stturdav, demol ly that Is of more importance to the State and wai enjoyd by every one present. Al And. in fact, everything pertaining' to Agricultural Jtlacliincny ishing Ihftn and delaying all trains several at larg- - than a inert1 I0c.1l attempt to foster though it was a uiny night, a large crowd Brother Martin from a human angle of Ofllcc and Ware ltoomti oppoHitc St. AHiiph Hotel, Sraiiforil a one of thoce hours, so much de wa in attendance. Too much can not be vision merely, it appear an enterprue that our horrible nnd irreparable calamities that said in praife if Harry Webber's company, t'OMR and fee our handsome displav of sire. J uiige itui returned on me i .m ex morning in order to be on which deserves a liberal patronage wher- from time to time must fill upon housetieenware and Olastwaie, including some pre yeiterday holds and commlnities and in which there elegant dinner, tea and chamber sets. hand at the ojninit of the sewlon yesler ever it may go. is neither wisdom nor comeliness; but day. He hasn't mived an hour from hi Bright A Curran. Our poet laureate penned tits touching when by faith we can trust absolutely in seat yet acd intends that the sameshsll be which we transmit for inserthe loving kindness and mercy of God, The sale of Dr. T. B. Montgomery' land said of him at the close of the session. He lines below, tion: knowing that he doelh all things well, our and jiersonal ellrct will occur, rcgVdlru was under the impression that a break in "I.tulsIUweibuu, of the weather and without reserve. There griefs and sorrows will be eoftened as we Who edit the Kuse,' would occur last night, in the dead-locAt lb end of i fu. ia a very fine body of land to be disposed of .land In the presence of ' His stately step which event he would obey the wishes ol (itUr.ll bli ODcJotx and a large lot of other valuable properly, pings." The scriptures aisure us thai: hi people and cast his vote for Gen. WilAnd mot tot hit fsx iiegina promptly at 10 A M. "Toe angel of the Liri enca'mpeth round pake And liams, whom, he says, Is sure to get at least about them that fear him and deliveretb From anlliuUd ilraitin The county clerk, who la unimpeachable twelve of Sweeney V vote in case the con- Else In the 'Nuts' would t a dearth ofjokei pok them. That eye hath not seen nor ear him and Blackburn, authority on mot subjects, declare that test comes between AndfcU." heard, neither have entered into the heart during the course of a long, eventful and During the performance of Nip and of man, the things which Uod hath preThe present season is enlorcing a lesson observant life, this is the first time he has which it would be well we should all study. Tuck Friday evening, a portion of the plas pared for them that loe Him " Therefore, ever stcn weather too oold for marrriog. Whether the winters are becoming of the Hall, inure se- tering fell from the ceiling aa a friend and Chri'tlan brother of the Not a license issued in several day. vere or not, one thing is certain: we are not where water had leaked through the roof, deceased, I know that our left i Brother Gallagher upon his bald pate, The convenience of the telephone a a and heve never teen sufficiently prepared atrikingChas. escaped iijury. Nip was on Martin's gain Having been reared in the against suffering or loss during the preva-lcrV- ! but he luckily fear and nurture of God, the Master found medium of communication was never fully of an unolement visitation. There the stage at the time of the accident in the him thus early in life, prepared f r heavenly until the interruptior. caused by reallzrd serious part of the play and proved services and hath exalted him to a seat and some ten dya ago and still has been in late years a manifest improve! most the snow-storin certain localities, but as a general himself master of the situation by saying, service among the angels of God. To the It temporary suspension ment continuing. "You can't accuse me of bringing down the bereaved parents I wuul 1 say, your drar causes a great deal of inconvenience and thing the old slip shod; improvident systhis timtl" Hello lllus-tonvill- tem, or rather want of system prevails. house boy is not dead, but livelh in a better and hould be remedied at once brighter world than this, clothed with an OANMLLE. 80YLE COUNTY. snowThe unexpected and long continuing We pause for a reply. immortality as imperishable as Gnd himGO TO storm finds ui too often with roofs unreAmong the rery latest arrivals in Dan- self, and when called yourselves lo enter On our first page will be found extract paired, chinks unstopped, clattering win- ville Is a little daughter at Mr. Louis upon the realities of that unseen world, from numerous pner on the candidacy of dows and doors that refuse to be closed, Cohn'a. my faith whispers the thought, that you (Sov. McCreary fir Congress It sterna to while the wood pile and coal heap exist The burlesque on the operetta "Twin shall Gnd vour boy, holding for you, the M. be the opinion everywhere that he is not only as things of memory. In the coun- 8!aterB," givu by the young men of the gate of Heaven ajar, FOIl January 20th, 1884. only worthy hut well qualified for the posi try the stock unhoused is shivering on town on Saturday nljjht for the benefit of Minco Meat, Prunee, Citron, CurHon and that he would make us a Congress- some bill side, consuming and starving up- the poor, netted $84 SKW ADVKUT1HEHKNTH. rants, Cranborrics, Malaga Grapes, man who would be an honor not only to on the provender, which judiciously The many friendu of Mita Judith Bananas, Oranges, Lomons, Figs, this district and Slate, but the whole counwould keep them iu fine condi- Quest, daughter of Col. Jaraen V. Gueat, of Nuts, BaiHins, Cocoanuts, Buok-who- at HON. A. O. TALBOTT try. tion, and destroying more than they con this place, were somewhat surprised to learn it Flour, Oat Moal, Crackod UaCfitKlidatefor Congress In this district, .abSome time ago we mentioned tho fact stime, while the inevitable result must be of her marriage at the St. Charlea Hotel, in ject to tlie action of the democracy. Macaroni, Cheeso, Craok-or- s, Wheat, that there wan being recorded In the Clerk' thai the iiiimil which survive till spring Now Orleans, last Thursday. The fortu-nat- e Ton Cakes, Lomon Wafers, gentleman waa Mr, Penrose Van, of office here in consideration of $200,000 of will come through wetk and spiritless and Dosicatod and Concontratod Coco-anCOMMISSIONER'S the stock of the Crab Orchard Hlt Co. and permanently dwarfed and demoralized. In Mobile, Ala. Mim Guest haa been visiting Pickles, Jollies, Common, $60,000 of its bonds, a deed from Mr. W, this particular thing our pari of the State frienda in Mobile since last fall. Fanoy and Froncb Candies and As Mailer Commissioner of the Castr Circuit A young man named John Douglaaa N. Haldeman. transferring the IrabOr i strangely behind the times slid negli Court, I shall proceed lo offer for sal at the Canned Goods Generally. door In Liberty. Ky , to the blgbrit bidder chard Springs to the Crab Oicbnrd Springs gent of the lights which experience and died at the residence of his stepfather, Mr. I will occupy Bright Old public auctloD, on f it A Salts Company , by which name it in to science have furnished. The profits in May field, on Russell street Thursday Stand Corner Main X iomertet Strifli hereafter be known. Mr. Thotnas Hoval, farming do not consist sjlely in abundant pneumonia, ife had been in the employ M OXD.1Y, FEBRUARY 25, '81 dar, upon a credit rmnagerof the compmy, write that this crops and large herds, but to a great ex- of the Cincinnati Southern It. II. and waa Couotr Courtfollowing described ol six and twelve properly, months, the does not change the ownership of the place, tent also in husbanding the one and cher sick several daya before he came home, Haldeman, ishing the other. More real profit may The family came from VHIisburg,in "Warsh A Farm Consisting- of About 125 Acres being only a transfer from Mr. name it wai bought, to the com- bo derived from one hundred dollars ex- Ington county, and at one time lived near Of (Iroen Hirer bottom Und, with a new in home therton. enni birn nnd nt l.rv.dw-lllDpany, which ia composed of Col. B. II pended in protecting stock from the weath- Ilryantaville, in Garrard county. The fu- other necessary outbuilding!, and 300 Acre of Halde- er than double that amount expended for neral occurred Saturday evening. Mr. riunTimoereu .nnu uujuiuing na nnu-leYoung, Mr. W. T. Grant and Mr. thereto, hald lands He oo the Mlddlehurg feed. So more comfort may be 8usan A. Graham, the venerable widow of man. two-yead -a mixed paint at Mo BTANUAri) HtaudV. Jos Haas Hof? Cholera Cure. Penny The Methodia ladles propone lo cite le county, near Brodhead, ws in tnwn an entertainment at the 0 ptra House ilur Sunday and Monday Mr. Sam Warren inj the month of Februrary for the purpose e turned from Orlsnda xrid other points in A iitti clock of Oliver Chilled Plow Hi of Mlsing funds to pay for the seals and Florida Sunday. He has not yet determinw. H. other improvements in their church re- ed where he will locate. Dr. John C. BoOon stock of staple eroceries and provis cently made. gle is now domesticated at the Clemens ions is now complete. Metcalf A Owsley. The Presbyterian women stand Grst House. Col, D. W. Jones, who has been - m among the Christinn denomination of the in rather feeble health for some time past, Mai.AOA grapes, Florida onnges, United States who during the pint year gave wss somewhat belter Monday morning. Few York cream cheese, Ac , just rc ICOO.OOO to christianize the heathen, their Mlsse Belle and Sallle McGrath, of Lex" Celved. Bright A Curran. share of this amount being $200,000. The ington, will soon return to Danville. They EUITOIl llUdHM should remember the llaptists gave $160,000, CongregationalleU will live in their house on Lexington street Dit MomiioMr.iiY's ale M 10 - A M lo iy- Joifr jEiU' mUn'. UNDERTAKER, AND I, Ban-ana- Xealei" in A JTiii-iiittir- e ! Fnll and complete asHorliuiiiit or Furniture, embracing lliu Clicapcat to the Fluent Parlor NultCH. JVe iiccl to k to the large cities to iniilce your purchascH, no matter what quantity r quality you want, hh I can and uill duplicate any prlccH yon can obtain elsewhere, freight being added. Al n. fnll asHortinent of CoIIIiin, Cacn, KhroiidH and ICoIicn, embracing all the New Slylcw, both cheap and expensive. Ware reniHH Ifilfct Gunst GROCERS!! & ware, Hardware, and Tinware; Line of all kinds of Farming Implements, Buggies, Full OPJESRiL KOUSXS hill-ide- s, GEO. D. WEAP.EN Commission Merchant 3JCainifaetiii'ei"' Agent, lm I..- busy-body- Hay. Grain, Wool, Field Seeds, Buggies, Carriages, Spring Wagons. Farm Wagons. Grain Drills, Carts, Reapers, Drills. Corn Planters, Plows Harrows, Hay Rakes, Feed Cutters, Planters, semi-funn- y el T. R, WALTON SALE Court-IIou- ut m ll: - firit-ctes- a L' nt f gained to the family from a ten dollar fee to the carpenter or mason, than from the addition of twenty dollars' worth of in crease of fuel. Let every one who feels the pitching, now commence and carry excellent opportunity to display out during tho coming summer arid fall Webber a well considered system of preparation for Ms superior abllitiea aa a comedian, lie is winter contingencies and thus reduce his road and winter inconvenience nnd losses. decidedly ono of the bed on the withal ooe of the niceat gentlemen we have RELIGIOUS. met in many a day. Hla aupport i good, Cincinnati baa, fifteen Preflbyterlan especially that of Tuck.iliaa Nellie wonder, little Chnrchea vritbin the city limits, and seven Gveyen-ol- d Carrie Webber, nnd the entertainment wa more in the immediate vicinity, twenty-tw- o in nil, with over five thousand comthoroughly erjoyed by the audience, which nnd hearty municants. showed ita delight in frequent The Garfield Memorial Church at applaaaa. Mr. Webber pirtlnlly promised a return engagement in March and Washington wa dedicated Sunday. Prea to play if he can do a, we are sure he will be rt ident Pendleton, bf Hrthany College preachceived by a house in which standing room ed the sermon and ei.Gor. Bishop, of Ohio read an historical addre-w-. will be at a premium., ANn Tuck had the largest house of the aeason Saturday night, although the anow and aleet maJe it a moat disagreeable taik to get to the Opera House. The play ia n meat amuatng one and glvea Harry .n m extra Nif Strick-lanJamll- known as the late R. A. Graham, died on Saturday Liberty, and 8ald firm 1a part of the AddltoaliWIN one well watered and llimi residence of her sonj of thewrtn. At of pneumonia, at the nnet stock farms in taiejr county. will lime and place Hobl. L. Williams the time Mr. W. O. Price. The funeral took aellblirarui consisting of about 100 Acre ol Uren HlTer and Ooose Creek bottom land about place Sunday evening. of good timbered land adjoining Smith, of Lex- ISO AcresUrn. being in a high state ot cultivaMisses Sallle and Tillie theielo, the salea embrsclcg the whole nfwbat It tion, ington, und Julia and Mizie Stephenson, knownthe two Addlaou Williams firm and S'jjulto as the of Harrodaburg, are the guests of Miss Mat-ti- e Acre of bottom land additions) 217-- t . A. J'lfiill'irr.MaiUrComr. Gentry. Mr. Cha. Metcalf, the new editor of tL Jammint Journal, Is a graduate of Centre College clasa of 1883. Dr. Fayette Dunlap has returned from New York and Philadelphia, where he ha been for several months attending medical lectures. MIsa Maggie Rovland is visiting the family of her uncle, Mr.. D. P. Row- Mta.i Xf.rv TTpltn fa i i ! Oi T .it " j .a lanu. iu oi. ijuuio. applicant! ana to "i nr, ...... ,.. CBCCtoa" iihrmtori!trinr It. fwa Thnm V. Till, tn ' ...... I iii.40 !.!.!.. illti "" ..,... f..lr,lnn. ir!rr. tletcrJDt On 041(1 VliMUUh i St. Louis. Mr. Dick Dunlap, ol Kansas dirrcOM for puniig all Vegetable and Flojer gft" City;issPndinafewdays herewith old & UU. MIcU. friends. Mr. Wm. 8. Niclols, tt Kockcas - j D. M. in-la-i A Trie Fork turnpike road, about 10 miles below - ' t tVv . . .tUH 'I ' PtRKX Jf1; satjj Cornwall!' Surrender Cough Cures. The legend of Comwallis' surrender to season when the familiar This i the Virginia colcough ia heard on every hand, and every Wtflhington, as told by an old ored man and repjrud to a l'rederlcksb.ug Wo know of ono ia suggesting a remedy. January 22, 1884 two that arc perfect cures. One for chil- paper, a few years since, difT-r- a somewhat Stanford. Ky whole flax- rom the accepted historic il accounts of that dren is to take half a claimed to be an eye seed, wash through threo or four water ctent, to which he HUSTONVILLE. LINCOLN COVNTY. Insoft witness. But it has merits of its own, and put in a pan with two quarta of 5o aboil' 0 cluding origiualllr: TlieaiiUonSatunliy got cold water. Let it cook till slightly thick-eneI see Gcueral Washington ? Yes, sab pleaaant for drinking, uke oil, strain why, I waa here all de lime. See de Brit-iah- ? C. Allen in futlnj up the new room And U. lemon and sugar to of raI tea-cup d, mjtmtm IMtOFtSilONU. THE BEST OF ALL f AM M. HURDKTT. J. & W. HtOWM. DirUDETT UltOWN, ATT O 134-l- 1 1 rv 13 V W MT. VKKNON, ..VT KY. T.. A. "W LINIMENT! FOR MANAND BEAST. l.ilcilrnit piiiMntiK I.ulmciitlmIc"l f I. no vn to millions nil over tho woriil ns t io only milo rellanco for tlio rillcf oil nocUlouts anil iinln. It Is a morilrlTie! iibnvo prlco mul pmlso the lieat !' IUC kind. i: or (.wry Jotui of external palu 1 T. W VAM).N, t)l9r in Owilrjr .VTTOUNiaVH A.T XjA.W. ICY. STANKOUD, .1 .on' new butlitlcg ITiUilK K. T. W. ft W.K. VAltNOK, VAUWO. JIUNN A CO.,nf tho BctwrnriP AMCttirAlf. nnun to an naroiicnoraior ihmwiih, urimm. itwui .Mark), CoprrlRhtf. for tho United Htnlr-- . Canada. Kngland, Irnnrr, Ucnnanr, eto. Hand Ilovk about l'atpnta aont ffMi. Thlrtir.n(r,ri Tcara' emerlf nee. Mfpnfflnti(Alnnl ttimuuh MUNN A CO nrtt noticed lathafcUMTiriP Amkhica!, th Innjcat, lirwt, and moat widely circulated aolpntlno paper faaiojear. Weeklr. Hplendld ongraTlnea and Inlerratlna- PATENTS WrichtsIndianVecetablePills ion nir M Hiioclnirn copy of t ha McleiiU lip A roer-iennafnw. Aditmna MUNN A CO , KILXTiriO AMtiutUNOMco, XI llroajmr. cw York. up italn. formerly used br ihe Allen Bra, as a produce more, into whioh ho propone to move immediately. bU Mdtllery eslalHhoient Judge Durham ia stirring ui by ay cotHlitu-enot remembrance, lb mind of ilia district. Have not m ihis part of the liranf yet whether Little Phil la Roing to beadmhis-Icre- i permit bt politicii estate to ou thua Bummanlr. Din Hmton (of color), went into aei'sce on the Knoxville railroad wutk during the war, waa supposed to be dead find of coiuee n yerisioii claim wa net up. Hut Dan reported to the widow and orphans in penon Sunday. E Jer (Hbxni, who hai taken charge of the Christian church, moved in last week, and. id bonding at the Weatberford Hotwe. M. S. Peyton waa much worue Saturday ral-linihC and great alarm waa felt, but he e the night and waa reparted bett during U V CLEAXZIXESS. As a rulo, ovcry boy and girl, orcrj young man and woman who will, can tiavo clean clothes, a clean body, cloan face, hands and feet, clean teeth, and a :lean, sweet breath. Now, in your own mind, contrast cleanliness with its oppo-litIf wo wero only Becking to pltaso the eye, tho former is worth all tho caro aecenry to secure it ; wo go farther than this, howovcr. No ono can bo :aroless of his person, and unclean in ais habits, without producing or perpetuating liko disorder in mind, and in ill he does. Our bodies aro covered with innmncr-ibl- c pores or holes, so small tliat the aaked oyo cannot seo thorn, and through thcoo there L, or should be, a constant nassago of efl'eto dead matter. In warm weather wo nro mndo sensible of this hot by tho perspiration which stands ipon our facos nml hands, or saturates jur clothes. This oilbrt of tho sydtoin ! cleuuBe itself insido b constant, whether we know it or not. Suppose now that yon negloct to koo your body clean outside ; these littlo aoles are stopped, tho dead mntter .vhich should come out is kept in, tho olood becomes impure, tho brain wearies gcta lazy, wo aro lazy all over ; then e get slack and careless ; wo do not ike to study or think, oveu of nice 'Jungs, and so wo aro injured all through we do not keep the surface of tho oody clean. Of courso, while we are at or play, wo get our clothes, face A. Sad Story. A resident of Montana ind hands soiled, and sometimes our wax out .hunting recently, and astoimcom. jvholo bodies aro covered with dust and i"K up, he crept into a nohow log lor snei oenqnrntion ; then what a luxury it is to U?r. After the storm had abated he en oatho I It is not bad that wo sometimes denmred to crawl out, but found that the ret dirt on us whilo doing our duty, but log dad swelled so it wta impossible to t is bad to bo careless and let it remain uiak his exit. He endeatorcd to compresa ;hero. inLiaise! 1 as much as possible, but with different Huccew. He thought of all the Btjt few pcoplo comparatively have raea.it things he had ever done, until 6nall iny idea of tho amount of lumber used hi Blind reverted to the fact that instead of a singlo railroad, was n tho construction of subscribing for hia local papers, he t yearly takes 200,000 acres of forests ia the Inbit of borrowing them from his supply cross-tie- s for tho railroads of neighbor and thua defraudiog the printer .he United States. It takes 15,000,000 T1IK MAGNETIC NXF.DLK. Oa. this he says that he felt bo small that to supply the demand on our rail-oad- s, Prof. 0. T. Patterson, of tho United b 4ippe 1 out of ih- - Kig without an effort. ies for whicli on an nvcrngo tho conStates coast survey, in reply to an inEconomical LiviNo. There i a tactors get 35 cents apiece, making in quiry, wrote tho following clear and conin this county who lms on "JO rents .ho aggregate $5,250, 000. In building a cise explanation of the directive action He is n n. ma nth, or one buhel of wheat 0 lew rond tho contractors figuro on of the magnctio ncedlo : waa formerly educated, scientific man, and ties to tho milo, whilo it takes 300 " Tho reason why the needlo points in dyspepsia, and demonstrated troubled with ies to the milo to keep a constructed tho northerly direction is that the earth u (its satisfaction that wheat unbolted to oad in repair. Contractors, of course, in itself is a magnet, attracting tho magnil the eWmenU of f)od necessary to ouy pieces of timber-lan-d as near to the netic needle as tho ordinary magnets do, animal economy; Hiiiiport and build up the oroposed lino of rond as jiossible, paying ind tho earth is a maguet as tho result he lia adopted it exclusively as nu.1 siuce 'or tho timber an average of about $20 diet, he sajs he has not hten troubled oer aero, or giving tho proprietor of the of certain cosmical facts, much affected hit wild iudigeation, and hia mind is clearer and 10 cents for every tio got out. The by the action of tho sun. These laws have periodicities, all of which have not iuhL did body stronger than ever before. is iverago of a good piece of timber-lau- d yet beou determined. A condensed ex(Ky.) Independent. Ahand 200 ties to tho ncro and twelve tics to tho planation in regard to tho needle oiut-ui- g Ha b Sa.vo It fco Swektly. An attache .reo. to tho northward and southward iu of tui office recently heard a skilled By." of Boston, says as follows : Tho magnetic poles of tho Edward Atkinson, "Wait till the Clouds Roll :hat we do not begin as yet to appreciate earth do not coincide with tho geographRhe rendered it thus: ho maguitndo of tho wealth to be reaped ical poles. Tho axis of rotation makes "Wa'itah the claw raw haw, Jawy, baw, Wih till the claw raw rom cotton culture in this country. He an angle of about 23 degreed with a lino J wr, niw w traw law wall, .ays tho present crop of cotton will bo joining the formor. Tho northern magWh th the claw nw biw." !5 per cent, larger than tho largest crop netic polo is at present near tho Arctiu And then she smiled so sweetly and iver raised by slaves that is, it will ex-e- d circle on tho meridian of Omahu. Huuce brotdly over the well.merited applause that G.000,000 bales. If it bo of that tho needlo does not everywhere point to the corners of her mouth held a sociable on uuotmt, it will produce 3,000,000 tons tho astronomical north, and is constantlh back of her neck. Chicago Tribune if cotton seed, besides seed for planting, ly variable within certain limits. At Mardi Gras. vhich will yield 90,000,000 gallons of San 1'raucisco it jioiuta about 17 degrees Toe Ohio & Mississippi Railway will cell ill, 1,300,000 tons of oilcake, ami 1,500,-)0- 0 to tho cast of north, and at Calais, Mo., of hulls suitable for making paper. as much to tho west. At tho northern rauud trip tickets at low excursion rates to on account of the Carnival. Sach ton of menl will keep live magnetic polo a balanced needle point New Orleans, with its north end downward in a beginning Feb. 20th and continuing dieep six months. Thus the cotton-see- d Bile until tho 21th. Tickets will be good 5 days rop will support millions of sheep and plumb lino; at San Francisco it dips Kofjig and returning until March 20th. eturti to tho laud tho fertilizer needed about 03 degrees, nml at tho southern Tho Cirnival this ycr will close with the o grow more cotton. Ho further says magnetio polo the south cud points ditiauil piradeand festivities on Tuesday, hat tho present cotton acreage- of tho rectly down. Tho action of tho earth Fib. 20th. The O. & M. R'y runs a thro' South covers less than 2 per cent, of tho upon a mnguctio needle at its surface is sleeper from Cincinnati to New Oleans, via area of tho United of about tho samo forco as that of a hard steel magnot forty inches long, strongly OJIu, daily. For tickets and further par- states. i magnetized, at a distance ot one foot. ticular, inquire of agents of that line. Fitoii Mayor Harrison's speech at Tho foregoing is tho accepted explanaIt Never Fails. Dhicngo, on tho occasion of tho dinner tion of tho fact that tho needlo points to are startled by its wonderful riven lople by visiting Baltimoro Masons : tho northward aud southward." cure. The fact that Dr. Whitesel'a ' Baltimoro was tho first largo city I Srup foriCoughs, Consump"Howimj you dellno black as your saw. As a boy went to it. Wulk-n- g and Lung diseases ia' daily curing iver tion along Baltimoro street, seeing its hat?" said a schoolmaster to ono of hia thousands of thin terrible disease baa caus- jcautiful women, oh, how I wished I pupils. "Darknoss that may bo felt," ed, all who have tested ita merits to pro- acre a man I I did not visit it again for replied tho youthful wit. ' remedy. Speedy Bounce it a never-failinaffording relief, effectual in arresting ong years. A littlo whilo ago I went to in Some enthusiastic fashion writer pret. Gray hairs were upon me. I walked further progrwa of disease. 3 Try it and be dicts a revolution in underwear. Well, beau-.ifBaltimoro ..:rw1. For sale by McHoberta & ilotigwomen, audstreet and saw itaLwisb a change in such t things is necessary, said, 'Oh,-hoJohn I). Park (SBonj Butt?, Druggiata once in a whilo. wero a boy I'" e. d, largo-broweig B. Hawkinp, position in the railroad ofliiAHOCUtcd a du-ttfice t Somerset and hai entered up n there. Mr. II. U a competent basinets man nd an intelligent gentleman, andjwith bin fiiaily, who will join him soon, will le quita n acquisition to the pleawn t societr of Bactieraet. A. portien of the record of a highly re npecUble organization here reida about thtiA. "Your committee appotnteu to confer with Dr. B in reference to a reduction of the rent of the hall, beg ieivejto report that they preiented the matter to the doctor autd hia reply was, 'If you don't like S23 Report adopted get out ! then by nan cm, and committee discharged." Harper aught to have th'u for the "Drawer " The tjwnof MiKinoey hating found it dulicult to insure prcperty at reasonable raleu, has dscided to consult its K.ifety from incdadiary attacks by employing and main-tainoa sufficient watch f jr its protection. Tfiey think this can be done at Uh expense than it incurred by insurance, even at premiums and they prefer a pre- Tendon of a jonfljeration to the terrors of (lirfrtcene and the sometimes tardy adjust-ruUo- f their lowes. Toe entertainment proposed by the vnno? men of this ulace has been set for tli rtcpnins? of Tnursday. Feb. Cth. The original plan is understood to be somewhat midilied. The suppec will be served at the Weatherford Hotel, under the auspices oftie Knighti of Ilinor, in conjunction witli the young men of the place It is expected that ach gentleman shall pay a stuaU fee fjr himself and company. Ample arruigementa are beinz ma'de for the danc iiur fiortion of the programme. The featil pirt of the affair, under the rainagement of V , cm not but be a succesa, Mr ter Sunday noon. Our worthy neighbor, W. add juice one taste Give warm aa much as child will take before going to bed This will re lieve in almost all cases, but if after thrte p or four Iriali It fnila, trt the egg, mixed with one table- ped while of an spoon sugar and juice of a lemon; give hall after each spell ot coughing, a being careful not to give too much or too often as the pure juice of lemon ia quite strong for them. Thee are good for older people but the moat effective cure if: One ounce pressed mullein (or the leaves,) one- half ounce pressed hcarhouiiu, anil one quart soft water put on to boll; if necessary, add more water. 'When the strength la well extracted, so the syrup U as thin a molasses, or even thinner, take off, ntnin and add one pint New Orleans molai-eand bottle for use. The dote ia one table spoon four timea a day, or after every coughing spell will do no harm. Some simply make a tet of the mullien sweeteu and take. Thl has been tried to our knowledge where consumption was feared, The Houseand the cure waa perfect. keeper. well-whin To besho' wan't SeeCornwallis? all de time? Sullenly, 1 here, right here, 1 see 'em all. Now, I tell you uiasfa- -I see General Washington, and he was Kctlin' on hia boss an' eatin' a peach; snd Corn-vrallhe came out, and slippin' round to get away, an' he start down t'wards de creek, and he start to run, but General Washington he see him d'rectly an' he started after him an' General Washington he didn't want to take no advantage of him. And General Washington was a big man, an ho run well an' pretty soin he kctched Cornwall!, an' he ketcht-- him by de neck an' say: "You d n scoundrel, I got you!'' An' Cornwall he turn round an' handed Mr. General Washington hia took s'ord, an' General Wellington be it an' cut hia head off! See it? To be sho' I see it I waa right here all de time, masaa. How I gwine to help see it? Jess as I tell you General Washington wis on hia how, n' eatin' of a peach," etc is Tor morn thnn a. tlilnlofrmcntnnMlinl ItllO Will priwlliv tn tlic Court of l.lnroln tail pmuitlM and tti rupvrlor Court aad Court ol Amnt. SpcUI altnutluti itlttn iu collKtloni UUco out Klut Nxlluii.il ll.uik it: PEYTON, ATTOHNKV A'V LAW, bTAi.rORH, K M. . ; jjnsuinff I .. MEXICAN . mm Jlao fliuicooi imiu nun iniuimmuiion imixx-- i Inlbln. iKi'irorlntipon lluiimn Hcshiintll muscle to It penetrate firth midtlm contlnu-- I n-mnklng " i.immont . 19 ... without nn equal. I lone - l KY.. Will practice In the Court of Horla and aJjolalni counUra and til the Court of Appvala, ATTOItNMY A.T LAW, DANVILLE, ALEX. ANDEliaON, Bale to t.iko, lieiicpupilv veKftablei noirrip- Imr I'rlctiWrta. Ad DnmrUt. And all Bilious Complaint Tr.de Mark. 1 LIVER .' MKRWIR'W NI'IICIKM', lie (J rent KnpIWi llcmcdr, jilm llrntiK r- Urn uruccjuully :iui. miiu .iji'xicau rrouilcr-- I MUSTANG (Liniment la ncodpil by nomrlioly In j ever' lioiJo. l.vc ry ilny bring no s of ItlicaKouy ofnii nwfiilarulunr liiirn IsiiIkIuoO. of rlieumnUo mnrtir re IstOltHl, or a vnltiatilo horse or px Vsuvcil by tho healing power of tMa And Matter ConimlMnni.r llockcamle I irrull Court MT VKKMIN. KY Will practice Iu th ltockratllt Courta Collec- tlom a iprclaltT. uiSce In Court-hou(i6J Allornoy J. II FI8U. Al Linr, w jl Office Kouth aide Mala rjtreet, two doora is, j it cIiBEoP.tsHUFFMAN.T I M 'V, HrANKOKP, j-- j 1 rs-- KY the Mjert Uotel. PureNltrou Oxide Oat quired. hof re- admlnUtere-- l whan - LINIMENT (which spppillly enroa such ailments of Jtlio lIl'MVN IU Mloa 1 Stiff Ithvnmnttain, IJoluta, 1111 true tul KvrellltiRi.lliirti ?luclci, cnil Senilis, Cuta, Uritl.cn nml Sprnint, I'oIioiioiii Ultra mid , (Mil htlliiiu. Mlllllraa, hurra, ric.-i- . 1'rnT .llilalnt. IB unat, nml hare IMip!ra, Co.. o. ludctil erery form of external It heals without acara. tho linuTR Cojutioh it euro lor Moraine. Htvlnny. htlfT Jnlnta. rounder, Tlarntaa Korea, Hoof IU-raa- rt, Foot Hot, ficrevr Worm. Nal, lonotr liorit, neraienea, iviiiii-Bull- a. Npnvlii, Thruah, ItliiBlionr, Old Norea. Poll Film noon JU-mi- UK W. 11 et-ti- n' i Tho dons, misnamod cots, in whioh tho peasantry of Qalway and Mayo counties livo aro merely stono sholtcra ; owing to tho intonso ignorancoof the peoplo thoy aro not provided with any facilities for drainage, and aro often incomparably filthy. Tho floors aro oi hard mud ; it is raro to find more than ono room in a hut, aud only ono story. Beds and bedding aro luxuries whioh tho ioorer tenants do not possess ; old henps of hay aud straw aro tho couches on which tho lovely, brown-eyed maidens of Conuaught reioso. The smoke from a jK'at fire in a common peasant's cabin spreads through tho room, and you narrowly escape strangulation ou your first visit. I lun chad this exporionee in Herzego ina, aud consequently minded the smoke but littlo. Uow family decency is maintained in these dens is a mystery, and how the people manage to k p cloan for they look clean is a puzzle. Tho pigs ruu iu and out of tho doors aud such wretched pigs A North Carolina wild hog would be nn aristocrat beside them Iu dozens of these cabins sick people are to be found sick people dependent either on the chanty of their neighbors or on friends in America who send them small sums. A gentleman in Gal way told me that the ngents of landlords treated tho poorer tenantry as if they were aniuinls. no instauced the caso of ono ageut who, on rent day, when any Umunt was Bhort a half crtwn in his payment, would knock tho mouey off the table on to tho floor, so as to humiliate tho tenant before his fellows. Up to a recent date even tho lietter class of tenants would not have dared to runout such behavior ; they wero ready to fawn before tho man who insulted them. Now tho tables are turned and tho agent ineaks in and out among tho oopIe, taking 25 per cent. less than tho usual rental, if indeed ho gets unytliiug at all, and is glad to get away again out of the farming district with his head still on liia shoulders. Edward King'e Utter from Galway, 1 noirijtisu veasaxts Lire intrtiieml YWUGmGmrr LilIlLl-l- bTANKOnO, KHNTt'CKY. ontre over ltold S l.rtlr'a alorv Office hour troui A to iz a M and I to S r M Aneitorllci ad w l(UltlHt. FENNY. Ma tolllverure for Weik Memory, Iwi of Drain liwer, Nrrvou Fxhamtlon, rVmlnal Weaknmi, luipotency and (lenrral 1xm of Power ot the tletietative Ontani . . .188.8.131.52,..!.... ,1... ...II . n . i.mt ,"njw n. oiof laaing. uenca ol yuulhul Impralence or thneiccMOt inaluird ucb Tm.UMnrk. ai i niTrrni lawiiutie, rain in me d twrk, IMinnrm 01 Vlalob, Age.andmaoy lpd to Iriwnllr or thai In all cueaol Keuiile Wtaknraith npeclUc acu liko A chtrm, restoring Iom or ft. line vig or, glvlnu to tha eye a brilliant ndprkllng beauty, to Ihethcek y tit r m ier, rreina-li.reOl- mm tueru-- wouom of ueaJID. n IJI-lt- r I For Rent! I'ndar lliit. Awph Hotel, now ocupl..t t.jJH. K. Wearrn. t all ou or addrnt Or mail. iotgv lri, 011 "f?" I"'""'1" u pamphlet, which will U mailed free to every applicant AtldreM all to the oh uunufacturer, Detroit, Mich ,";. Hold InbUr-fon-MEItiriX.U McAIUter and all by IVnny A Iruitglti everywhere l tl r pack.ge, or Hi pack.r. aold by all Druggitu at for JJ Alo by receipt of price AftarTlKlag. I. 100-ly- rJ ii:snt ahi.i: stoui: . koo.m "MOjNOBT KOUTJE.'f Louisville, New Albany & Chicago THE the Malit ami erery olhrr alhueiit to trlileh the oecupanta of the btnble anil Ntock Yartl arc liable. Tho aiealran MuataiiK I.lnlment always etirv ami iiovnr UlsupixunU and It 13, positively, ltl. ,. f. lUtUTMAy. 11 11 ex 11 r truii.ii.4X, Railway. LINE Hl'NNINIi ; THE BEST OF ALL CARTER'S OXI.Y Fullinnii LOUISVILLE hrMUt Notkh. Pulace TO I'auengar Cars! AND HOLlD TllAtNd NIMENTS H CHICAGO Iran the FOU HAN OE BEAST. k. t?wi"ii4 w ioirl' ,auua Iiu tinea, Naaw, ))rnwilnm, L).lrra after rsttnr. . t.t)ftl Jtradacho and tfl CURE .(' . fl 0 all t lellraarhofU A N It It, arrive in In lime to lake the atoning twin of th Iloute" an I go through to (Jri'i'ticiiMtir, TIME TAHLl Uuuvtil Knot-v- l "Moom and Chicago uithoiit rtiaujrc. r Irvd- ('rinrirtliTlllp, I.afdjrtte Ually. 7 I 01 a Hi a m 1 ( 3 II a in 7 M am trool - .1 oTAriU'). Lve Dally 1 01 1 04 a ' A vjtii.vLK advocatoof woman oufTrngo npjieared before tho Kentucky Legislature the other day, and the following day a bachelor in tho House brought forward a bill to give women equal claims with their husbands to their children ; to practico as physieinns in the State institutions ; to practice law ; to get tho samo wages as meu iu the State institutions, and to vote in certain cases. If tho rest of the Legislature wero so susceptible and disinterested, the bill would unanimously pass, but, unluckily, the large majonty aro married. abloaLCLin Lat wnmcurjJir L" Il L'TcrrJInaMrnaaUr IIclichP.x luail 1 in 1 01 n, c r njr and iirvr. uim th aa.iuoj:r.'Cumi.n it, uuo thejr all dlortlita of tha afomach. the lirrr aud rtjfuU'e tho bowd. Erralf th yonlcur.U Ca.-- vt -. lao'-orrrc- t at'm-ila'- SICK I Arr lulvill fireetteaMl Cblrago 11pm ora The iqmI direct route. vlk eolr aa an, to all iMtBt In Wlxtlri, MlHRrKU. Iowa flraka. Ac IV lurther luKirwttlun aUrr-MUltllAV KLLI.KH.d. I'. A., Ijf.Ttt Crawferdivllle . . ti(m pm pin I II pin thrto UuUvlll. Ky AchofhcjwonldbcBl'acitprlcfloa to thnwho ... in, RUU IUI- -. vhooocelry them ni find thcae little nllUtah-a'lleleominyiTaja that they will not tcwlllui to do wtaoLt thcia. liataflcraaia.i.bLvi M. ..V HEAD mlh1ad.jtn.-u1t12rjn1platr.t- rutr. rfr . CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO butforta- K East V"MWWWVra HUH MU a Iuportatioxs of foreign vegetables continue at New York ou a largo scale. Onions, cabbages, turnips, parsnips and carrots como from Holland, Ireland, Scotland and England. A few days ago 3,000 sacks of potatoes wore received on a singlo steamer. Consignees say that the Irish product is worth $2.(30 per sack in Now York, whilo the cost on the other aide ia about 84 shillings sterling por ton. Tho ocean freight is 20 shillings per ton, and tho duty 15 cents por bushel, A loading New York dealer says that but for tho foreign contributions tho price in that market would now bo nt very extravagant flguros, owing to tho partial failuro of tho crop. Scotch otatoos are taken in preference for shipment to tho South; they aro less liable to docay, and como forward in good condition. malts our prcal boaat. Our pula care It wblUi othcra do 0(t T?.U are Trry amail and Carter's L.tllo L Trrriaatotak . Ononrtvro tullamalteadow. Thi ere atrictly rtitablo and do not j,Tlt or rorK", butlyrthrlr jrmtlo action plcaM. all who otethem. fnUleaiir3crata: flro for fl. 80U f drusslata orixy whue, or ast Ljr mxA. CARTEB MEDICINE CO., .Voir York. la thebane of to mas llvra that hire li whr- - w ACHE t THE CINCINNATI Kentucky Uoute Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. The only lie running PULLMAN NEW 8LEEPINO CARS a solid"teain rtom LeulHvlllc,f;inclnnRU Had Ky., WEEKLY A NEWS, Journal, - WASHINGTON CITY, Connecting Id aame .ATIONAI. dit with faat train lot Metropolitan -- Kullof Enlerprlie.- The Direct Route toLynohburg, Danville, Norfolk, gen-tloi- All Virginia and North Carolina aaaaHaaaaaaav!SaBvaMaaaaMaaaaaaaaaaaaaal 2,-f0- aaaaaaaaBESin.fAHaaaaaaaaH Points. For ticket and lurtber Information, apply lo your neaccal ticket otSce, or addrea con-Vii- vocal-Htmm- r, oil-see- d jottou-growiu- g I g W. J limn W. :. AHrVOI.D.-VAdverllilog Agt , Having road the story of Jamos Ilowe, Ticket and Vu. Agt ." W Mala hi., LoulavlU. Ky. a0 tho miner, who was nearly killed in an CJ. W. NMITII, II. W. KIILI.KK. explosiou at Virginia City, and who evGan'l Manager, Uan'l I'aat'r Agl. Klchmond, Virginia night since thenccideut has dreamed ery of ding, the editor of tho A'tvada Tramcript relates a much moro curious By"j,fcJXaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal TAKE THE- experience of his own. When a boy, ten years ago, a gun accidentally discharged sent a load of small shot tear& MISSISSIPPI W. ing into his right arm. Tho wounds wero sovernl months in healing, and ugly scars wero left. A long timo after- Eight Pages -- 64 Columns, VOB Till- ward hu was describing tho accident to Containing all tha newa, correct market report!, well iiilxrlUiir, brilliant .lorl'i-l- n a party of friends when ono of them fact, Ihe favorite Weeldf laer of the Central United latea. picked up an empty gun and, capping paou- it, snapped tho cap. To tho ears of tho Puulikiikh Br Tiiu narrator the sound was liko that of a ! largo cannon exploding in tho room. Cincinnati News Publishing Co. 'fon to o Ho saw a bright flash and felt the O T.-- Z At tho followlDR CINCINNATI, tha and tha North. Kren 1'arlor Car to Cincinnati sensation of being shot to atoms. Low ItntCM or (SiibHcrlpllon : and I'alarn Hlnenlnir Car in IMniilnnail U'i.mn Ho fainted nud, upon recovering too, llaltlwore, J'hlladelphla and New York, with The Weekly News, with one of Dore'a out change. found a physician bending Celebrated Worki, from to HT I J1ITIU an.l lt,.W..l over him. Ho felt sovero pain in his fVnrtliwitAl yml Km t wilt, U.l.n.. a.l..i .. "Christ Leaving the Pritoriam,'' right arm. Examination showed that "Christ Entering Jerusalem." CrB on n Ik tt train. Ix)u1it111o to Ht. IouU. tho now skin had biokcu, aud that tho TlieM) famed blatorlcal LOUISVILLE to wounds wero bleeding as freoly as at tho plnlliiK engravlnKal of Dore' jurfect riprlnti bf are the and moit ST. LOUIS. can timo of tho accident. About a year ihe Iforeign Ait Ilep oduclnic Coiupanr, and 110 not purchated a original plate for Wi than (,om IUINVILLR to afterward ho underwont a similar exper- each lu rope. Top? are In alzt 2.li liichea, Indiana pm.tM. nn. and aredlrrit coploi, preerlDg ererj line and de- UAOO and ience. As ho was walking nloug tho tail of the the North, with Day Coachea and Chair Can through without change. street ho heard tho report of a pistol-shoEngllrdi Forty - Dollar EngraTlngs! LOOK AT THIS Instantly ho felt what seemed to The 2:26 ri, m. Kxnreaa dlallvi from rulxllu plctureaare tultable to adorn tha pulor bo a ball crashing into his forehead. ofTbeiu gentleman, Aaa haal'alacorileeplngCari from Loulivllle to New any ork without change, arriving at Waahlngloo M5 Horror-strickhe placed his hand to Illi:3IIUM MUl'1'I.UMENT! p.m. naitday tho supposed wound. Though he could to 40 Hours Ahead of All Competitors, find no mark upon hii head, blood was A alnglo copy, three monlb.. CO A alnglecipjr, alx iuoutbi.....MM Emigrant and via the (I A M. li' 00 dripping from his fingers. Ho looked A alngle copr, one year year 9 00 have Throuah Dar (Viarlnn nn all ir.in. 11... A club of Un copies to one at tho scars and found that thoy wero A club of20coplea to one year 17 00 no mldnlg'it change. Arrive at Ht. Uuli 2 hour theieby bleeding afresh. Sinco then ho has And larger club at 89 cent per copy per annum. In advance ol other line, car andaecurlng more time for making change ol getting flrr rottmaatera and other agent will be allowed IS choice of aeat Iu cara of connecting line. dreamed repeatedly that ho was a target per cent, on full rate (not club) aubicrtber Inadvanooof other lino to Indlanapoll and The premium eiigrarlut; will lie Milled about Chicago and the only line giving It patron for riilomeu practicing nt short rango. the llrt of each uiriitb to the lubicrlberaentitlid ride along the aaore of Lake Michigan. to receive them. ui laiea, time, map, Those unhappy persons who suffer froii Aaa prrtulum oilVr It la confidently claimed that Ticket iilici., ol connecting line or etc., apply to Agenu a.ldren l made, aaaaaWM'JaKaaHaal mwMililtWvSLxSStmm -- 1I-.01I.E- . 01 I -- East,West and North Xjiorils7-illo hor-ribl- . nt I I"-.. 1 U-i- 2 Trains! !. IO Hours 2lTlTI''SvT? 11 ng t. en - 1 Uome-Seelt- ir poll-offi- 1 pMt-olU- 1 all-mil- e ul nervousness and dyspepsia should use Carter's Little Nerve Pill, which are made expressly for sleepless, nervous, dyspeptic sufferers. Trice 25 cents, all druggist. aqd would not Hi ciuil waa never before IU fct. DROWN. Bouthern 1'aa.enger Agtu poralble in tbl cate except for tha melhoil adopt-- d H. K.Cor. Iit tha Forelaa Art Itenrrxluclnit Coinnmr to W. W. PKAnODY, Fourth A Main ata., Loulivllle. W. B. 8HATTUC, advertlae ita work. Do notfall to avail youraelf UenM I'ameoger Agt , . Oen'l Manager. ot thdopportuDiiy DT.eenu lag your name ana aa I u close.), to Clnelnnatl. dreai. with' Ona Dollir V. UILL, Paaaeager Apot, Lehanon.Ky. CINCINNATI WEEKLY NEVVB. TUK J. ,