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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884012501 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. i Tn i .iimw-i- i jemt "Weeklii lifefii Imtftial. VOLUME jsnnt-SStccM- i) X.-NUM- BER 510. OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 85, Contider the Source, 1884. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 218. ntcriorouma - - - Editor and Proprietor W. P. WALTON, Publ tnlied Titemlav ami Jhltlau, 83.()() XEIl ANNUM I Whin paid atrlctly Id adrance. wilt nr time, 83.SO-WI1WILLIAMSBURG, l It wo hate to charged . WHITLEY COUNTY. A burglar broke Into J L. Whitehead' (IriiK 'tore Nut Sunday night and reliered the owner of about $50 worth of atock. Morality and Immorality are having a INely race at Mil jiUce. For every church we build the erect three "Blind Tiger ' Mr. Bryant, a resident of thl place, rarelealy nhot hlrtMelf through the arm Monday, The wound i verjr painful, but thought not to be dangerous. The Congregational!! rhurch I com pleted and we are waltlnt for the 1'ly mouth Hocks to come down and dedicate it for ua. Kame war le Kiid for our farlasa-tecollege. Oar town haa a new obtrter before the Legislature extending the corporation both In area and power. We expect much good to follow when we get rooie officer elected who are not afraid of their ahtdowa nor the hadawa of other people, The contract for building a new court-houa- e at thla place waa awarded by the committee to Holliclaw Uroe., Washington, D. C The building will be completed thU year and will be the finenl and rooit convenient in this section of the State, The trial of Meanra. Maya and Kunyon, for the murder of Wealey Logan, which occurred a few weeka since, la ret for thi week, The examining trial of Joih Duncan, for the murder of .aiith Koberla, will begin next Monday before Judge Diria. Williamsburg cballengeii the State to ahow another town of "VW lnihilnla without a local p.ter, Tni H nut ; lation and we hare no paper S)tnr fellow In ome 6ld man backed town might make a rise in the world by coming here and atarting a piper We want the psnitenllarr, the branch one; we need itbadi. , we c.u feed it and furnish the raw material at ita door to employ Ita inmate and n.'- - j i'i-- r and a fair nbake, we will fill it. Any other town tn the yttte making a good a ahowing, we will withdraw on account of our politic. The Tarda of the I'armer Stare Co. how up a'out 2.000,000 ataTra already on their yarda and aereral million more will be down during the aeaaon. They hare jaat finished anew cooper ahop.which with the old one, will employ about 40 coopera; and the'eoopera are only a rra.ill fraction of the entire force employed. The Cumberland KWer Lumber Co., whoae mill haa a capicity of 100,000 feet of lumber per day, are receding quite a large number of log", aa are alao the other rnilli at thia place. There were grar feara at one time of the boom glring away and loaiog many thouaand loga by the ice, but with the exception of the upper trail on tbe main rlrer, the lots haa been trifling from thia cauae d Funn rerdicti, I have gathered up instance of funny verdicta for wveral year. In my memorandum book I find the following: A Kanaaa jury gate the following verdict in a caae where a man died in a atate "Death by hanging-rou- nd of intoxication: a rum nhop," An Indiana jurr recently returned a writlen verdict of "Mod to pecea bi the biler biutin," 'Jury," aaid a western judge, "you kin go out and find a verdict. If you can't find one of your own get theone the laal jury used. The jury returned with a verdict of "aulcidc in the ninth degree," A Rhode Ialaud jury were five day debating on a bog case involving $7, and then came in, found the hog not guilty and recommended both plaintiff and defendant to the mercy of the court. A Pekin, III., coroner's jury rendered a very singular verdict, that a man whose body was found in the river came to hia death by a blow on the head, "which was given either before or after the drowning." , What Would If storekeeper plea? Woman Do. wouldn't cut oil' a tam If nha couldn't taate lard in a rival' paltry? If she should forget to look under the bed for a man? If be had to wear booU that didn't cramp her toes into n peak? If sealskin aacquei should suddenly drop down to $2 apiece. If she didn't reflectively scratch her hoid with a knitting needle? If her husband should offer to get up once and quiet the howling baby? If her husband should forget himself and remember to bring up a ycaat cake? If ahe couldn't say anything when her husband came into the home without brushing the enow off his feet? Aristippus Is often quoted by crusty old bachelors with vicious satisfaction. When askod by a friend what sort of a wife he ought to marry, he answered; "I can't say; if handsome ahe will betray you; if ugly ahe will displease you; if poor she will ruin you; if rich shu will rule you. Choose for 'yourself." that fellow down when he called you a liai? Hid it been me, 1 should have spatted him in the mouth," "Yes, but you see, my son, I am several days older than you are." "What did you do?" "I told him that I considered the source, and right here let me say that considering the source has saved many a nose. To wisely consider the source is the acme of human intelliguice. Without this disposition our courts would be the seats of violent brawl and our medictl profession would be a failure. When h lawyer who haa a well established reputation at a bruiser, arisea and calls a physically inferior contemporary a liar, the contemporary, knowing thut forcible resentment would cause pain and the disgrace of a thrashing, but still, not relishing tbe ideasof being called a coward, arises and with the gravity b fitting the deportment of a atateauian, replies, I considei the source.' You bet he considers the raurce nnd judicious consideration it is, tw. The other lawyer of calling him a coward, looks on him aa a man of discretion and quiet nerve. The doctors are pretty much the same way, and in ftct I do not think the pulpit is entirely free from it. I am a man of much experience, ion, and weigh well what I aay When a man who is your physical superior calls you a liar, tell him that you con-ridthe source. If he be of an irritable disposition, and you think he might place The Louisville Cbmmerrwf auggcats thia a violent construction on your remark and knock you down, don't tell him that you aa (he set speech for thoae nominating can consider the source, but go away to some didatee: "O, nubili fratrn, I come not with Studied quiet place where you can consider it withMien and Courtly I'hraac to Woo and Se out interruption." dure the mind of the Senate. I appeal not Harvey M. Wattarson, the father of to your Passion or your Prejudice, but to Henry Watteraon, editor of tin Courier-Journa- l, your Calm IUasonand Patient Intelligence, is 73 years of age. He waa a sooner should my Kight Hand Fall Pal in e oi be r of the House cf Representatives sled to my Side and ray Tongue Cleive to from 183S to 1813, and spends a part of tbe Hoof ol my Mouth than that I Should every winter in Washington where he now be Recreant of the Honorable trust which ia on hia annual visit. A correspondent my Fellow cltixena Have Impo-e- d on their say-- : 'He stops ut the Ebbitt, and almot unworthy Representative. From the rocky any evening may be seen ensconced in one clitfa of the Inhospitable North, where the of the comfortable arm chairs, smoking Kigle circles and screams about his wild his brier-woopipe and chatting pleasanteyrie, to the vine-clahitla of the sunny ly with those around him, the very picture South, the name of my candidate is on of serene contentment. Mr. Watterron ia every tongue yea. prattled by Smiling n native of ltal ford county, Tennessee, and Habea and spoken aa household work by lived the greater part of his life in that fathers and mother. In thia grand old county. His memory ia clear and retenCommonwealth, whore bright LVutcheon, tive. He has enpyed a wide acquaintance I thank God, haa never been tarnished by with public men, particularly in the Sogth. actor word ol mine, where we have the Few now living have a larger or more vameat Beautiful Women, the mod Gallant ried fund of reminiscence connected with Men, the Finest Whiaky, the Noblut Hora-ex- , political men and measures, extending back my candidate is loved for tboie Sterling to twenty fire years btfore the war."-Ne-w qualities of mind and heart which mark York Times. him aa the noblest work of God an honest There is some su?getive matter in tbe man. Applause, mingled with cries of recently published statistics as to suicide "Giv'm lll"J Knowing thia ai I do know it, I desire to eecond the nomination in the United Slates during three months It is noticeable that the number of husof Leo Numidiua." Immense applause bands committing suicide exceeded that of Thla is the original speech that made bachelors by ten; forty two wives and forty Rome howl, compelled even Shorlbandua-th- e maida destroyed themselves; twenty two sardonic philosopher, to liiten and widowers and only six widows numbered caused Fabiua Pemdtus to murmur that it themselves with the the unhappy clas. was not only great but new. The record ia apparently against the hapAye, it was new In Rome, 1,400 years piness of married life; yet the excess of KO. wldoweri may indicate The total expenditures for the great sus faithfulness in the devotion of man, not pension bridge between New York and usually credited to him, or did the twenty-tw- o Brooklyn, Including Interest, up to the widowers slay themselves through recloee of the year 1833, are stated to be over morse? The Current. twenty-on- e millions of dollars. Probably General Logan at the Philadelphia there is no bridge structure in the world of the same small length has cost so Clover Club banquet that the first newsenormous a sum. This is doubtlesj due to paper enterprise in the United States was the peculiar ways the politicians have in started in Boston in 1C00, "and now we New York and Brooklyn of squandering have over six thousand in the United time in the execution of public works and States, and with all tho attaches of the six thereby swelling the costs. The river span thousand papers, or it may be seven thouof the bridge is only 1,600 feet, and the sand now, for the press is constantly growtwo approaches combined about 3.G00 feet ing, I would like to know who would wish more approximate cost of the structure, to butt hi head against you. And when four thousand dollars per running foot, General Sherman was at the head of the or three hundred and thirty-thre- e dollars army, and I had the honor of being under him, they commanded it. They told us per running inch. when it was dangerous to move and when A Yale professor was going to experi we should move, and in fact,directed the opment with laughing gaa, when he overerations of both the Confederate and Fedheard a student say that under ita influ eral armies." ence no one was responsible for what he Do.n'tI Marry a girl merely because said and he would take advantage of this and tell the profesior what he thought of you admire her mother. Hate a dog simply because he belongs to him. When the class met, she professor your neighbor. quietly said he would like for the purpose Play poker with a Btranger who has "onof illustration, to administer the gas to ly just learned the game." some member and this student volunteered. Purchase presents with money which be' The leather bag was cennected with hit mouth. He pretended to be very much longs to your creditors. Go to church In a shabby coat and ex excited, and began to abuso and awear at pect good treatment from the sexton. the professor, who let him go on for a Buy things you do not need just because while, but the class roared when the profes sor said he needn t be so Irresponaible, the some greeny Is fool enough to trust you. gas hadn't been torned on yet. James O. Smith, aged 80, and Mrs. Jaa, Durant, aged 70, were married at Branford, Kight years have passed since the founding of Virginia City, Nev., and the town is Conn., the other day. They were engaged a wreck. The thirty-fivthousand people In early youth, but quarreled after the dwindled to live thouaand, The banks wedding day had been announced, Smith have retired from business; the merchants settled in Western New York, but returnhave olosed up and left; the hotel Is aban ed a few months ago on a visit, met his doned; tho gas company is bankrupt and early love, renewed his courtship and the in the presence of tbe scores of costly residence, have cither been wedding took place grandchildren of both parties. taken to pieced and moved away or given away to bats. All this because the Corn-stoc- k Lord Beacontfield ia credited with demines have gone dry. Chicago scribing evening dress aa "a style ot cosHerald. tume sanctioned by society for enabling ladies to display their natural beautlea Don't borrow from your neighbor his paper every week, It'a unjust to tbe printer with a profusion worthy of a Grecian stat and shows enormous cheek; but prove ute. yourself a patriot, well worthy of the Silver dollars of the coinage of 1804 are name, by giving your subscription and very rare. A new xoric nrm oners to pay paying for the same. Madisonvillo $500 apleco for them. Half eagles coined Times. in 1815 are quoted at $100. well-knowin-tte- Lancatter. Jcsc Doty and Will Iliatt were out fox hunting with a bird dog last cek. They started one fox, which was caught by the dog, Claire Scott, the young Knglinh tragedienne, will appear three nights at City Hull this week -- Thursday, Friday and Saturday. This makes the third company that ban rhown here within two weeks. Itoe Uurnsldc, the standard coon authority, announced a short time ago that thia wan the most reasonable week in the year for coon fighting. Acting anon his augzestion, several parttcfl repaited tn the coon rrsorta wit'i the following result: One day Jim Dunn cut dawn a tree and found 8 coons, all of which fought nobly. Lewis Lea tell found 7 in one tree and 11 A. Hurnslde and other found 5 in another. The boys report the coons in trim for fighting. CVibrll Denny accepted a position in the National Hank of Lancaster and enter ed upon the discharge of hia duties Monday morning. He recently returned from Com- meicial College at Cincinnati. MLu Annie Vaughan, of this plate, haa been appointed teacher of the higher branches in Franklin ., . institute, a worthier or more accom plished lady could not have been selected for the place. She has been teaching sev eral year in thia county and haa proven an able and efficient teacher. U, II. Durant, k. C agt., haa been sick for the paat few days with peritonitis, but is improving at present. "Father," said a young man, "I am at you, Why didn't you knock PAINT LICk, GARRARD COUNTY. sur-price- d .... Mr. T. V. Koystun Ins been keeping account of the snow during the winter and he says we hud have 36 inches. Mr. Richard Jones, a widower on the shady side of sixty and Mrs. Wiley, a grass widow of forty summers, were married on the 5!2J by Rev. W.O.Cochran. J. O. Barnei and C. B. Eogleman say that it is all a notion wailing for a snow to take a sleigh ride. They say that it runs ust aa well to in the mud m it doe in the irs-snow, for they tried it not long au, but it DriigH, Wall Paper, Wincx. MtiHical t lightning on the horses and sleigh. Ckeuilcalrt, JLlquor Hook, IuNfritcmcnts, Mi-- s I'aliitx, Stafioucry, Lillle Wlggs, of Shelby ville, left C'lRarn. Pocket Oil Noapn, Tobaccos, Cutlery. for her home Siturday. Mr. F. M. Lutes JLarups, Pe fnuiory, Fire Araia, Macula and wife are veiling relative at Crab Or- Ncedlctv chrd.;Mr. John Pearl and Jno. C. Jacks in Our Jowelrr, hllrcrrrnre and Optical Goods Department Is In Charee of CtJ. .. ,. . .fl lllnllAMita nuu of Mt. Vernon, are here on business. Mr. IM.Ai. uauuius, aptm .will liUlUU tl.-- HldlCS UUU lilOCK lTOnipllJ and In the heat- ln..lu M auua. nsit John Smith was ro badly frost-bitledur stjie. ing the extreme cold weather that he has to go on crutches. Mr. J. B. Arnold, proprietor of tbe Paint Lick Hotel, gave a hop last week, which was a success. At an early hour about sixty persons assembled and began to trip the light fantastic toe. The supper prepared by Mrs. Arnold and Mrs. T. K. Hackley we will not attempt to describe, for we could not do the ladies justice, but every one there pronounced It perfectly splendid. Mrs. Arnold is skilled in the culinary depaitment, as every one who stop at the Paint Lick Hotel will testify. M'ROBERTS&STAGG x:EA.r:Eits Opera House Block, Stanford, Ejir lt. er To PitESEiivc Sausaoe. As soon as possible after making your sausage, make out in amall eskes and fry until done. from the skillet and pack closely in stone jirs until within five or six inches of the top and then fill to the top with melted lard. After the lard has cooled, examine closely and if there are any holes, fill them with melted lard. Tie closely and ret away In the cellar until wanted for use. When you desire to use it take out what you wish for one time and set it In the oven till the lard is melted, which pour bck to exclude the air. Pour nome warm water over the sausage while hot, cover and let steam for a few minutes. Prepared in this way it will keep for months and be almost as nice as when fresh. What Bcgoies May he Bouqht Fok. ''Yes, sir, we make buggies that sell as low as $30 apiece and tbey ate right buggies, too," said a carriage salesman "We make 'em by the from Cincinnati. thouaand Cincinnati makes more carriages than any other city in the world, without a aingle exception. Everything possible is done by machinery, and, of course, tbe materials are cheap. We etsrt out with a string Of forty buggies to sell to farmers and take what we can get. I've sold a low as $20 to one man, a good bargain-makeand got $05 from his next neighbor. Of course our buggies wear out In half the article." Chicago time of a Hersld. A Prayeh Wrrii an Amendment. One of our city pastors was attending the spring meeting of a minlilenal association in the Northwest. A certain minister, noted alike for his versatility and warm xeal, waa opening the session with prayer. The day, which he forgot for the moment, was about as inclement as could be rain, hall and stormy wind. He prayed: "Oh, Lord, we thank Thee for this gathering, for the privilege of meeting with each other once more, lor ibe beautiful weather which we had Chicago Advance. last fall." nice-lookin- g r, high-priced out-break I have received and am still receiving New Goods for Fall and Winter, comprising tlie best in the market which will be gotten up in style and make second to none in city or country. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley n Re-mo- re a c M S 9 3 3 ft K d I ft o m CO fflfflf m XI S ft B h-- wp PHARMACISTS lllitii -- DKALUtS IX- - Drags, Books. Stationery PhysyelanV prescriptions accurately compound Also I and Fanoy Articloa. JEWELEBW TUB I tht sd The spy, "Belle Boyd," who at the TTdi of the rebellion was 15 vars of age, is the matronly wife of Col. Join Hammond, of Texas, who dwell on a ranch near Sin Antonia. He was one of Stonewall Jackson's scouts in Virginia, She was, as may be remembered, banished to Europe. She has fmr children. Mark. BasaBglatrd. Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry & Silverware ETer brouithtlto this market. Price Lower than the Lowest Watche, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired on short ootice and.WarTanted. THE sxjisr W. H. HIGGINS I NEW YORK, 1884. copies of Tuk Svs haro out of our Mtatiliibineot during ths put 12 moolhi. If jou were to puts end to end all the column nfillTh-yuD- i printed ant told l.ijt rear rou would got acontlauoui itilpof Jnferettfag Infor- motlon, common hum wimooi, aouna uounne ana ane wit long enough to reach from 1'rlntlng Home square to tha lop of Mount Copernicus In the moon, then bock to Printing Uouie square and ofthe way tck to tba moon tlim Airfttn. I written far the InhaMtanta o Hat The 8un the earth; thl aim strip or intelligence would girdle the globo 27 or 23 times. iiurtrofTtiettun during the last Teir waa spent only one hour over It, and If hit wife or grandfather haa spent another hour, thla newspaper haa afforded the human race thirteen thou sand: years oi airaur itiuiok, imriii muu uij, It Is onW bT little calculations like these tint we cn form any Idea of the circulation of tbe most popular or American newspapers, or or IU Influence on the opinions and actions of American msn snd women. The Hun la and will continue to be a newspaper which tells the truth without fear of conaequencea which gets at the facts no matter how much the process costs, which represents tbe news of all the world without watte of words and In the moat readable shape, which Is working with all ita nean ror me cause oi noneai gorernmeni, ana which therefore bellerea tbat the Republican ty mult ro, and must go la this coming jear of our i uri,youaai. The Bun, you like it already, and know If you will read it with accustomed diligence and during what Is sure to be tbe most Interest, froflt In Ita history. If you do not yel know The Sun, It ia high time to get Into tbe sunshine. goti three-quarte- rs jAoutilxty million -- DEALT IN- - Hardwarc. Iron, Groceries, Saddles, Quecnsware, Bnggy Whips, Buggy Wheels, Stoves, Caae Mills, Harness, Older Mills, Lap Covers, Spokes, Gratesi Corn Shelters, Collars, Stoneware, Illiu?, Horse Shoes, Nails, ng llTrr Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plows, Wooden and Cast Fampi, and the Celebrated Miyfield Elevator. Tin Bo of-i- and Guttering will have prompt attention. Salesmen F B xcHittneu. ill) ?Jsw e tr. THE INTERIOR JOUIINAI. STEAM JOB OFFICE Doss JVjry Kind of Printing at SRpSi$3Lw fS&Mf&Bp Jia8BEtoi&KtE day edition, t7, a on day Eight pages. Thla edition furnishes ths current news of the world, special articles of exceptional Interest to ererbody, and literary renews oi new uooasoi inn nigocai merit, ai a year, WkkklySI a vear. Eluht nazes of tba beat matter of the the dally Issues; an Agricultural De partment oi unequauea vaiue, special market and literary, scientific and domestic Intelll-d- c make The Weekly Hun the newspaper for tha farmer's household. To clubs of tea with 110 la extra copy free. Address ,t TKKM.B TO MAIL 8UBSCM11ERS. The aeverat editions til The Han arc nt by mall postpaid, as follows: DaiLY SO cents a month, SO a year: with Sun- w. p Walton ritor.n ItHgSBKfSST J&lrlB&VliHiaKaH vJkaaeY Bflflal VBleaiBflflT 'J, ireAWfitArl,fabllsher, ' Tbeaea.Wew YorkCHy, i I J ': vVr i a 1 I: Cf - ,y It would be Htumlrg were w- - The Iowa Legislature ycterday electThe travelling showmen are exhibiting LANCAHTKK ADrkKTIMiMKMH. ed Wm. it. Allison to the United States three skeletons of Gultrieii hia skeleton A bill has been presented to allow pay ' U. V, WALU'KIt when he wis a boy, hissleeleton before, l.w pena?a in the prosecution of the Star-rout- e to jnrora summoned, whether they rerve cr Senate. investigations. The Sennte Committee on Military shot Garfield and his skeleton after he had But the spectacle of n not. 4Maaford, Ky., - - January 25, 1884 LANCASTKIt, KV. AtTaias haa reported favorably on the bill been hanged. great and powerful government descending Office over Cllliena National Hank. Office A bill passed the Penate making all heart from 8 to J a. m. and from 1 to 6 to the low, unmanly end contemptible ex- mortgages void unless accompanied by the for the relief of FitzJohn Porter. f. u. EDITOR P. WALTON. . Peter Shinkle. of Covington, married pedients adopted as the means of arriving affirmation of BAM M. BUItDETT, the mortgage that the con! a widow of fifty when he was ninety-twat truth, ia too sad to be made even an ob- sideration is bona fide. 'X"X'OAtNY At x.---- ANUAHTKlt, KY. ' years of age. He i now seeking a divorce. Thb break in the dead lock of tlio Cau-- - ject of ridicule. We cannot without a A proposition will come before the w' !,'c."f" l0 9,rrd nJ adjoining countle. loner for salt prlTatrlr my (arm ofV.'J 3-- 4 CSeo. A. Wheeler was hanged in San blush read, in the report of a creat nation- Legislature to form a new county out of night aa was . m did not occir Monday ,irifK.N UU4lf0 7 inllr.fi R., ol NlchoUatlllo andOourtofAnxala, on Hickman Crrck, in .Ituumlne county The cWidently expected and thf. result waa al measure of purification, ruch revela parti of Breathitt, Pcrrv, Clay and Leslie Francisco for strangling his sister-in-laI J ml t In ami ctorsr and ! In good for Knowing any crop part after eight "hallc-t- the same old figures, tions of the meanness of the instrumental- counties, the count? sett to be Crockets-vill- Adelo J.Tillson. He was respectably con (lie tuts and la rll adaptedtutted to thia tobatt-o- of to (rowing nected in the Fist. Williams 62; tylacaburn 15 and Sweeney ities used ai these, viz: "For trying to The lmprotenifnl curiilat tf a (rims dwelling of Returnei to tho Georgia Depart- 7 rooma with orrhaand cellar, a well a f food wafifir cents." g Judge Hill did not succeed in Si. On(vmemrrT0td for Carlisle which overhear in 's ter near Itinilour, a good stable waiiun ment of Agriculture show the damage to ahMl and other neeary barn, bulldlP) and An orinlo the theatre, one out of a sensation, but ob- "For following amated somewhat the bill to exempt the C, O. K. & .to. by the recent freeze to be GO chard, stuck water abundant aod runirentent1'len-ijection was made under the rule of tho dollar." "For lunch at Dan's in keeping G. R. It. from county taxes in Lincoln winter oats The fenclDK on the crek la niustlj of atone. f of tlrnl. r for tendon puriHxvt and traces moat-l- y out of sight of , one dollar and a half." from the hands of tbe Governor, aa we see per cent, and to wheat 30 per cent. The saaacua and he went back to Sweeney. lu good repair Location ! convenient to A Bill was reported to the National Church, school and mill, I will sell the property Leaievilte merabera paid no attention to But this is enough of the nauseous stuff his veto was sent in. Consideration of it low and on House which authorizes the Postmaster or will dlrldeaajIt lerun to parties desiring a home petition figntd mostly by the bummer contained in the disgusting document wai postponed till next Mocday. tbe toault purchasers. , I will rent In reliable par. General to issue a special ten rent stamp, If not sold by However great the end to be accomplished leceat of the city,lo vote for illackburn, The only change in the balloting of Ilea. SIUH..H.A. HKitNVKIUWlt. the adoption of a system of personal e the joint session for U. S. Srnator was that which, if used with the regular toslage ZOS I mo. Ilanly, P. U, Ky. Jer they knew that the name elgnaturea wonhi Insure its inmirdlate delivery at the eetild hare been obtained for moat tyiy pionage, to be carried out by low and ir- a number of the members amused themVAIaVAIILK tber object had the parties been worked responsible agents, is, to say the least, of selves by voting lor men who are not nor ficedelivey offices up ti midnight, At Catlettsburg A. K. Stevlson arrest Granting that ever can be candidates. Twelve gentlemen, in the proper way and by the projier per-- questionable propriety. Four ballot wete taken Tuesday the professional detective may bs a neces including Judge T. P. Hill, showed their ed and took to Chillicothe, O, the proprie- Stanford Town Lots for Sale, aught with the same result, when Senator aary factor in the solution of a question of brains however by voting for John G. Car- tor ofjt skating rink, named James N.GoodIIAVI rich, for seduction and attempted abortion, Sadlatn introduced a resolution: "That the crime, yet hia is an office which requires lisle. loCrrfurial privately at low prices and on endangering the life of StovisonV sister, very rrasonaMe terma. OVRIt h'lh't'Y are now integrity and honor. The maxim "set a ereral candidates, whoae Dimm boon Making ExtenTit M .V J. ItTS In the North imi Hunt t the M0 TES OF CURRENT EVENTS. who N lying at the point of death. thief to catch a thief may be practically ctty ofrttsnlord More than half ol them are 4fere thia caucur, be and are hereby Rude Fitzpntrick the Adiir murderer wlihlna third of a mile ol tbe Couit Houms and a and requested to address tbia bdtiy on successful, so far aa the catching is conThere have been over 500 failures in of a mile of numebr f them wlihln says that he wilt not he taken out of his the Junction depot, exrellently lecatM fur per - To Their (Slock of Ike tariff not exceeding 15 minutra." Thia cerned; but it gives the catcher an oppor- the U. S. in the last two weeks. sons rnsativd Id buliiea or bate iiuplojimnl at tunity which hia instincts will not be likeJudgo J. (i. Morrison, nn old and in- cell alive; that he will fight the guards tin-t- il tnai point. mated a great deal of discussion and The Intaare Ihe very lieat and mol beautiful- he is dead. Ciamp Is reconciled, nnd and waa finally veted down 64 to 57, ly to ignore. The employment of such fluential citizen, died at Georgetown. ly and com rDlctitly altuated fur reildenrea that acencica cannot claim even the piti siys that he U willing to die; thit he kill- have eeerlren oftereJ lor tale In Mianford, and Jadge Hill voting in the aflirmatiTe and The Garnett House, Richmond, ha and ed Brewster, and ought to suffer for the my prlcn any termsaiesuih aa tu plarclt In Hie u 1 justification of doing evil that good been leased to oue of And nOW DaVC tflO Bet StOCK Iq Ceil wer ol aj. Rigney in the negative. The Induttrlous man i J. W. Hart of Lexington. Gen. Fayette Hewitt fell on the ley deed. .Spectator. it ia claimed, waa to take the feeling may come, for the result must be evil and tral Kentucky. They have Parlor They all Iront upon ntwalireti. which hsreluil Jones boys sentenced lobe hanged been opentd, tbe hioadest and It.1 In Manfnrd j of the cancua aa to the candidacy of Mr. enly evil. And this has been exemplified pavement in Frankfort and broke hi anand Bed Room Seta, Carpet, Mutt of. 1 be soil Is as rich aaany in Kentucky in Jackson, Ohio, February 2, escaped the Ian I Oarliale. Vr'edneadty night a number more in the investigation in question. In detect- kle. li level aa loirUlre no cradlnx end the Cane and Penitentiary Wat The Burnet Home, Cincinnati, is to be from jiil nnd were pursued over the hills very 40 well water (an Le had at a depth of from were taken, with no change whatever and ing the existence of and the actors in a Chain, Marblo Top, N to tret by a great crowd. They ere armed and Ibey will Iw sold to none but while peron IhecaucuH adjourned after the tnost stupid great steal the country has been subjected made a ftory higher and otherwise Im Centre StaudeS Ex, A map of tbe mean te seen at my ntfir. fired upon their pursuers. The fins wn ao.Mi.iu to another steal es magnificent perhaps, proved. n; n. siHtanford, Ky. nmaion yet. The only prospect now of un tension Tablet, i i.i.Kit. It is denied that th orange groves returned and Luke was shot through the ia the introduction of bnt not lesa dishonest. It may apply to locking the dead-locWoven Wine. Cot-te- n i, aaother candidate and we learn by private itself (he plaint of the fever parched pa- of Florida and Alabama have been killed breast. Then they surrenderel. Top and Hair The Kentucky Legislature should not COMMISSIONER'S by the cold. arc that a paper ia in circulation to tient: Folding Bed Loua-ge- i, "Tia hut a poor relief wegtln Judge W. A. Porter, oue of the oldest forget that the people demand the repeal which 58 signature have been obtained, Beds Cots, Wardrobe To change the place and keep Ibepaln." and uiot prominent lawyers in Inditna, of the tax for the benefit of th State ColCircuit 'binding the einer to vote for Carlisle and Aa Matter CoMntlsalnser of tbe and Sofas, and Everything Else e lege. With our imperfect common school Court, I tball pfmeed i offer for sale at the It has been decided by a New Jersey died at Corydon. when the necessary Gl are obtained, bia iloor In IJberty. Ky , to the highest bidder Kept in a First-clas- s Furniture 8tore. system it is to the last degree aburd In at public auction, on The president of the United States that "a wife has no right to Bame will be sprung and the nomination court (rHiitiliilcil NiiKHr any other man but her husband." Cremation Society sajs there are 5 000 per tax the people to teach Greek And I.Min to MOM) IY, 1 F.mtlJ VKY 25, 'HI given to him w ilh a whirl. So mote it be. ki Iebanon Standard. The Jersey judge is at fault in this. sons in the United States pledged to have the sons of rich men. -" a twelve . B An experiencerd government i fliclal County Court day, upon endlt oi six and to.wlt rf"--- 3 is stated that in Cook county, III., If he had been married fifty years he their bodies burned luoiithv, tnefdlowlng drtrrlbeil property, The enforcement of the law In Ten- says the proposition of Representative Fol-leiken were during the past year 10,000 would have known that the surest way to X Farm I ousting of About l.o Acre to pay pensioners through theTressu Marriage and 1,000 applications for make a womonN fancies inveterate is to nessee forbidding the sale of liquor within laud, with a new Orrwi HWer ry Department mesne that another bureau Of Thia exhibits a fearful state of pronounce them unlawful. Beside?, hia four miles of a scboolhouse proves to be livus Iherron. barn and an I y with 500 clerkx will huve to be established, other oultnitldlegv. aad 30O Arrrweif nltvle. Ky .Cincinnati, (l , and In.larrollf. xaorals, and ia terribly significant as to the decision is at war with our boasted theory practical prohibition. d ivnren. Ind U dealer In KMnway A Nxit , tecker Hrt.' I tin- - llmlirrrU I hiiiI atljoii,l.ig M. F. Winfrey's hotel, Louisville, lne follell proicsmon will be reccom and peace of the country. J of the freedom of speech and tbe pi em. Haines. J At rKher. Vow ,V Kor. Iteldwin X itature prosperity lent tbrrrtv Mid land lie nn tbe Mlddlrburg Cv turuutke llano Unfortunately it is only one case out of He is doubtless some old curmudgeon as formerly the Alexander House, has suc- mended by the Houe Committe on Appro- A Trace Fork known at road, about 10 mum Uluw also iCitla, Iprlahl and aud Hamilton Orgau. the Kiley, rlinlnier r,dire a part of the AJJImo VI. Liberty, asd priations. llama lrm rld larm Is well wateied and laone Inttruiaems ,!,! at price and term la suit pvr aaany. The falee light in which the mar- destitute of poetry as he is of good looks, cumbed to ill fortune and closed its door'. county At iatmt In Miles Hall, of Floyd county who elnp. of the duett atuck plate llohl CaaeyWllllama will cbiseraand Hon'tglee Jur oldera till joh rrl our prices riage relation is considered and the facility and haa.mnde tbe law a means of gratify- The sheriff hs the kejs. I. terms flK-ehthe tame time and f about lIO Acres o( cwulallUf Mr. Armstrong says the total indebted- ed with Miss Kv Caviday from (Nlletts-bur- s aril bit farm em arith which it may be thrown oil is rapidly ing his personal enseedness. Let the case reek lttom laud stout Uih lllter and wai married to her at Aberdeen, llrea Acre cf penl tlratrrl land adjoining Pacific railroads divesting it of all its sacrednss, depriving bo appealed to a higher court at once. If ness of all the mb'idi-'- il inn rultlva-ttuestate O., deserted her in less than a after thwet'i, Inelaiui UlBg In a bih whole ol what li of alra eiubrvrlrg tbe itef all its holier attributes, and debasing he rannot be beaten on tne law of tbe case, to the United States on the SO'.h of June, the taking all her money. Detectives were known aithe AddlxMi Wllltauit farm and aqoul IP 1L below a mere matter of bargain and try him on the grammatical construction 1SW, was S102.37,312. Aires of bottom land a.Ulttonal IAhrilAXCK! 217-- t A. S. Worthington, Sleubenville, O. sent in search of him and he wae captured ti. A. l'HKltlTT.'. Matter Conir tile, to the profound abyss of legalized of the judgment, haa heen nominated by the President to and brouiiht to Ml. Sterling, where n mob We would not argue it now prostitution. Seven'First-OIas- s The dinner JournaTi theory about rail- succeed Colonel Corkhill as Attorney of threatened to end his worthless life. He Oompanies. a a religious question, although it is clear road busineea ia as encouraging as it in inCollege. is only 19 year" of age hut has taken to tbe District ef Columbia. reflecting mind that it ba a well s every I genious, lu idea is that pooling increases In the National House the Holman himlf four wives, all to whom he dp. defined and beautiful, religious aspect, Hi-tprofits and increased erted, J.M.i'IIII.ItS,Att., Staeferd. VTANFOIU, KY. hat viewed simply aa n question affecting building of more reads profits induce the resolution, providing for the forfeiture of and the building of railwav land grants for owinK' morale, and hence most powerfully The trains were all Init yrsie-rdimore roads increases the pooling and so on was ptsed by the remarkable vote of 251 to the heavy snow. With a Full Corps of Teachers, 'Secting public peace and prosperity, it ad infinitum lht railroad's gaina increasing to 18. become a matter of universal interest to STANrOllD. KV The member of tbe Kentucky Legislaevery day (though on a declining income), rVaaloa will open The Philadelphia photographer, who ture are divided by titles as follows: Gen- Thit Institution Monday In lu Thirteenth every enlightened people. Thia question beptember neat. on tbe 2d W. P. WALTON, . . Proprietor. while their patrons are being rapidly enpleaded guilty to making and selling ob erals 4; Colonels 30; Majors G; Captains 7; J beginning to ataert i te elf The social riched by having their commodities transALL THK BUANCllKM OP A scene pictures', have been sentenced each Judges 20. This leaves twenty-on.sad domealic monstrosities ol tbe Mormon ported MlieofblateMiM). Kkbt romnlsl aett of cre. inem everywhere at lower and lower rates ery rVallnf ft j telly. Ineludlcf xallery, to one year imprisonment and to pay a hers with the very vyftem have aroused a solicitude for our cheap anil common pre- THOnOUGHENGLISHCOURSE aa time goes on. It is plain that if this I.eaonaUe ratea to piod attractions. Aiiins fine of awtional respectability, and even safety, in aa abora. Covington Commonwealth. fix of Hon. theory be faithfully carried out it will taught, aa wall u John I! ThomjHon, of Harrodsburg, assembly; and the Are wr highest national bring wealth and absolute happiness fo The report of the Railroad Commission has inrented a sporting gun, and has sold abate of the divorcing power of our courts every human MOBIC. THK LAKOUAOEB, DHAW. I'KIVE'Ncreature in the world in a 4m called forth a petition to the House of the pitent-righ- t on it for $5,000 cash. He of New York saya that there upward of INO AND PAINTINQ. very few years. It is the grandest discovmilee of railroad in New York Stale is also to get $1 royalty on each gun sold Representatives calling the attention of ery of the age. and the commission haa had every road by the manufacturers. OecgreM to an investigation of this most 80N8ET Cox's oratorical effort, which is At a meeting of the Louisville Expo most thoroughly inspected in the interest mriooa matter. This is a step in the right In Tuition, price range from 115 to WO In th THE INTER.olnOURNAL direction and the great voice of enlignten-- said to have been one of the grandest ever sition Directory $30000 in subscriptions cf the public. The report shows that near- regular Pertnienl. Primary, tUj Intermedial Ho; I'reparaUuy, 140, and OoUctfiale, ISO. America ebould be given in encourage-aaea- t delivered before the House, caused that was reported received. Colenel Bennett ly 1,000 people were killed or eeriouelv InFOR 83.BO. body to suspend the rules and pass a bill II Young was unanimously elected Presi- jured in the operation of the railroad dur of the movement. for full particular, aa to Board, Ac.addrcaa "Without acrlp or purse, or. Tbe Mountain HKS, N. C TKt'KMKAKT. Frlkietpsi Intf eight month of laat year. dent, vice B. Dupont, resisned. unford, Lincoln Co., Ky. "There is a growing sentiment in the by a vote of 205 to 11 repealing the r.iingriiti, timige II. lUrnea. Tbe lllalory of a Wm Durkin Ring, an eccentric bachThis is a species of war n State that it ia about time our Legislature The ice carnival begins in Montreal Feband a llook ol lla Ltterancea." tKUTp; that shopld have been wjped from elor, of Newport Kv , died in his seventy, ruary 4, for which the moat active preparheald aet to work in earnest. The joke of the statute books long ago and the Senate second year. He leaves an estate of some- ations are making. The ice palace towers lowiinating a Senator haa been carried far Of or.. O Ihrms pbotojrttlui of Maria; tiiapol will show that it can rise above sectional thing over $200,000 to six orphan children, and walU are already twenty feet hio,h,and, 7 ln ,h aM J eetesgh aa a joke and the thing is too I hare rented tbe corner Hole! In Crab Orchard, In lh t nl!h-- J ."' ol !"" lrae-rac tlmlle or"0t exact rt- rafuroiih-elloue, to be carried through the entire prejudices by following the example of the from three to nine years of age, whom he aa the buildinK will be twice tbe aire of the known asthe. Karri a run It inm filled and style, fir-I- n productions In tla and color ol Ink of the luierir-.- ." to It and pro) road tln Bible, ,b" r;',nr ' blmtelf in hia had adopted. iprelal attention In tranilent cvslom. eeaaloa. Let us have peace. Ifnonomi-mtio- a House. one last year, it will be an object of great tain a compact farm hit tratelera will rind splendid tample roouia raiin. inianootlt - In inlele rum Pressure is being brought upon tbe intercat. Toboggan slides rre now In order for the display ol their goodnand acrorainodatlnna h'storr of th can be made by the assembled It is currently reported and generally President, to secure the appointment man ine MITtleul rl 1 l will Inrooat nature of lh- - Kfapgelltt and Central Kentucky. .of having opened on Saturday laat. A fea cual to any llouse of the people through ita represenU-tJn- t, believed that Henry Wat terson carries a piara mad pul-- ii alio hate charifeof the l.ltery Stable and will fi"1 ll,", ,n ,hl , The salth i. keen It supplied with fast horses and Una let the aspirants draw straws for the ano in hia trunk on his frequent migra- David Wagner, formerly Chief Justice of ture of the festivities, will be trotting races ea ir.HH wi.rierpui PK'S-gilh hltlorr, the ao 'i"icai pattSKea bearing on Missouri Supreme Court, to the vacant sent on Ice and some of the fleetest horse on lurnoula. This will not Interfere with my ;""" position. The thing waa pleasant enough tions, and on the principle of sugar coated full Itla li In 7 that tbculd b In t'er Kentucky aa tbe beginning, but it ia becoming monot- pills, administers his peculiar political bo in the U. S. Circuit Court caused by the the continent are promised fjr thia exhi- Furniture and Undertakers Trade, by eeery home, and abuuld cenalnle U owned canrert oftleorge llarnea. Tha In. ran McCrary. As I shall co'tlnueto keeps lull line ef the bet l onous. It reminns us of Artemus Ward's luses disguised In a film of music. This resignation of Judge bition. obtained nowbeieelee for Irti than IJ.M. By Kurnlture and b ready at a'l lluirt to serte tboae special arranarment The amount X)i the whisky tax due with th author, who bating nexdlng my rerelcea In the other ca parity. eeent of the invariable plot of the Chi-e- e is a politic mode of introducing political emoTtd loNaw York, hat Itrg'ly withdrawn all Mardi Cms. J. it. HTKVllKSH,iCy Jgvniet, rhebook Ml and Hi, on July Gih is $20,000,000, and it must be drama, beginniug with the marriage nostrums, but it is not fair to use tbe finer 215-SCrab Orchard The Ohio & Mivissippi Kailwny will sell iNTKaioa JovaisatvlZi are oll.rcd toKtlber for of the grandparents of the hero, tracing sensibilities of our nature to lull our rea- paid unless Congress passes a bill extend- round trip tickets at low excursion ratea to theprl.oftheLlf of lUriiet" alone, lh Iwo forJ.JO. Addreaa ing the time of payment. Tbe whole tax . V. WA t period of hia son to sleep and steal away our judgme nt. tirough every Carnival, laiaaionJoia.HAL, Mianford, kfj. due the government two yeara from now New Orleans, on account of the feiatory and ending with a catalogue of hia Jameh Nott waa acquitted at Pittsburg Sale beginning Feb. 0lh and continuing featerity to the fipurth generation. Our for killing Dukes, the murderer of his on whisky in bond, will be about $67,000,-00- until the 21th. Ticket will be good 5dy DANVILLE decnoctatic Legislature is setting a bad ex- father and the secucer of his sister, on the A great concourse of eopIe assembled going and returning until March 0th. ample and in danger of bringing the party pleaof temporary insanity. Such a plea at Derrybeg, Ireland, tho birth-placof The Carnival this year will close with the E. H. BURNSIDE, tato disrepute. True, the question at issue wasuaeless The jury would have acquit- Patrick O'Donnell, and assisted in the cel- usual parade and feetlvitiea on Tuesday, isone of great importance, but ia it wise or ted him had he pleaded guilty of murder ebration of mass for the repose of bis soul, Feb. 20th. The O & M. Uy runa a thro' juat or humane for the physicians to wran- and offered the circumstances in extenua- There 7oll - Known Old wai a mock funeral, and a coffin sleeper from Cincinnati to New Olenna, via This gle around the bedaide about abstract theo- tion. If there ever was a case Maintains Hotol which covered with flowers was buried in the Odin, daily. For ticket and further parries of symtoms and remedies until the pa- should come under the cognizance High ticulars, inquire of agent, of that line. of the family lot. tient dies of sheer neglect? We want a higher law, this was emphatically one. Manufacturers of AND The'Loulsville Commerciosaya that in Never Give Up. Seaator, but we want aomething more from developments continue If you are suffering with low and depressed Itt Proprietor ii Determined that Boorw, The Harrodsburg Democrat which began that city small-poSnfih, IIHuiIh, IVludow Ike winter's work of our representatives. to increase with alarming rapidity. At plrtts, los of appetite, geoeml debility, disorits career last Friday, is a neat it Shall be Second to no Country Firmness is a noble trait, but it has a Dadered blood, weak constitution, headache, or any Hotel in the State in its Fare, folio which promises to disseminate present the disease is confined to the lower dlieaieof a bllloua nature, by all means procure tive tendency to degenerate into obstinacy nnd Door IVauieM, Alold- Appointments, or AttenMany of the patients have no bottle of Electric Hitters. You will be aurprlaed democratic doctrine pure and undefiled. classes. aad then it becomes an expensive luxury. tion to Comfort of The name of John W. Hughes, H. C. homes, and wandered about the streets to aee the rapid Improvement that will follow; you their Oneiti, Iurh, Neroll Khw The reproach against the city of Athens Wood and W. W. Stephenson appear as until they are overtaken by the ambulance will be Iniplrcd with new life; etrengtb and activity will return; pain and mlaery will ee-ia its declining years was that It waa al- editors and judging from-- the first issue and conveyed to the Eruptive Hospital. and henceforth you will rejoice Id tbe pralte of Baggage will beeoarejed W and from the d . Work, Turnways asking about some new thing. A fu- they seem fully competent for the work beThe Cincinnati & Green River Rail, Electric Illttera. Sold at 80 cent a bottle by Penfree of ekars;. aptclal acrotawodatUia In Co muerelal Tiaislsr a. The Bar will generation will probably cite as char- fore them. May they live long and prcs-I- r. way, a branch of the Cincinnati Southern, ny A McAllatcr. ture alwaji aapplled with th choicest ing Work, arsada of LIiora aaa Cigars. acteristic of the last days of the present running from King's Mountain to Green STANFORD RETAIL MARKET. mge, that it was continually seeking some thirteen miles, hu been completed ItSs said that the distillers, the saloon River, Flooring, Celling, WaUli- Butter per lb, ....... ...26C eir spectacle. A malformation, or hide-eo- a keepers, the ward are loliticlans, the bosses and trains Is running Into Green River. Beefiteak, ' $1.25. Twice a Week. $1.25. o distortion of the human form Is a full gauge and regularly inand the corporations are all for Blackburn,-whic- The road " Ilostt,'1 ...10c crboardinfr, DrcHeted investment. Maion, tbe would beaa-awi-n corporated. It is one of a number of en Bacon rJldca,per lb. ...10c The Best, tfewiieit and Oheapeit are reasons sufficient for the people of the Imprisoned Guiteau, waa to be wgainst terprises fostered by the policy of the . Hami, ! uKc him. Newspaper in the Sonth. And other Bhoulders, per )b 10c oaade rich, and now Nutt, the murderer of Southern to develop the rich resources of Breakfast Bacon, per lb 10 The Wincheiter Democrat got caught the country through which it passes. In anticipation of a probable acJc Dates, Beans tc Semi-Week- ly quittal was offered a large salary to go on with a bogus message and announced in Cincinnati Commercial, Cheese 20Mc double leads Wednesday that Blackburn latIn Bledsoe county, Tenn., fifteen hogs Coal, per bu., dellrered In town trieitioa. Such is tbe taste of these toe had been nominated for Senator, receiving of John Myera and Polk Simonds, promi Coffee Everybody ahen'd Uka IU It etrei tha lateat Also Dealers In 15(920c ter days. newadayt lnadrance of tbe week. 00 votes. VC 4?5' IMMIt IIIHIIttlMIIMI Ilea and for Ires money It la DKMOCUATIC, but cent citizens of the county, were found poi At the swell ball of Mis. Wra. Astor, in Corn, per bbl .....J.S0 at lb sane tlm INUKl'KNDKNT In polities. It contains tbe belt news auminary: tlm bnt reading Yrir, guests did not begin to arrive till 11 Head the prospectus of the Louisville soned and the two men searched a neighbor lOUrt pf f CWlNIMtSIaMSHM)SHSasSSIMSttSMSWW7w and the sapper was not served till 1. This Pod in another column, then straightway hood called Crow's Nest for the miscreants Lard 12loc matter; tbe beat dltorlalaper year. beat market lor only 91.28 orts-all Meal eoe go and subscribe. It ia among the beat and found a ball in progress. They were n ia about aa near putting it off until the 78c Bond for Specimen OopleB. both seized andJ.Mjers was beaten almost to Molatsca, N. O., per gal ia the State. t day aa could be arranged. Call on ua or writ for price Nails, uer lb We kcwp a lay ..- .death and Si mondi waa thrown down and Potatoea, per bu Erery fartner. eeery met cbsnt, erery trader must stock and will do our beat to pita 60c you la fr'e The original cost of the ninety-twbare it. Subscribe at once. Cou R. M. Keixet, of the Louisville ball-rooheld by some of the dancers in the ..,. Salt, per bbl j Ketatmber, you get 104 papers and donkle tbe and quality ol material. been reappointed Pension "vessels" now in tho navy, according to Cmmereitil, has lb 10c while others took a sharp knife and Bods, reading mailer gWen by an ordinary weekly, lor ILKA aud It cornea to you twice a .. agent at Louisville; a just compliment to Secretary Chandler, waa $40,790,612; the castrated him. The dance then proceeded Sugar, Urown ,i 831C week, Hand tho money to our agent la " JOc VAXViLLK i'LASlSO Ml LI, CO eoe'of the, beat oftcew and purest men in repairs on them upto date amout to $41,. as if nothing had occurred. A posse Is in Syrups,Whitegal your county, or- remit direct to ui. A.1.1. TflL- I .iiruri i iirtu'n ....75c (er 200.822 I tJwStateT .- 218-ol tbe villain), eearch Vlnejar J 40c LoulaTlUe, Ky. DanTllle, Ky. l1 tM4-l..bL ' ..!, it not humil- - LEGISLATIVE 00ISGS. HCHOKON WEnTlls'r ' 1 o For Sale Privately tilus-Kr.- 9 . MSI-ly- rl con-dltl- e. bar-rco- with-drawin- ENTERPRISE Grocery. Kcutueky, . XfiiuciiNtcr, M-- r. -- GEO. D. BURDETT c3 CO.. -- I a Lntoly sive Additions con-iaai- I WmmltmM tatt The ' I k SALE Coutl-Unit- Mat-trcsie- Cy t PrJer. It tt QisI-cIs- neee-sar- I. JT. W CGXS II. Knlriivii! A o a- C we-e- ti i, rire.Lightning&Tornado Stanford Female LOWEST RATES jlic t, ; OPERA HOUSE, li. 0 TERMS MODERATE. Life of Goo. 0. Barnes & iron-cladoit- legis-lalio- STEPHENS HOUSE d flrtl-tlaa- a al Intel-licen- iUt (j M.Wilt l.Ty, anti-adven- 0. MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. 4 K" e Propr PLANING MILL COMPANY and its Still Reputation, x eight-colum- n ae, ttUo pro-UG- iMl The Post. Building Material Fanning Lumber! f t rep- pa-pe- o jr M ' 1 a: SRELIGIOUS. ance Marietta loved not wisely hut too Indinna haa a 737 church idilices, well; in fact she admitled that she had and You can get a rplendid amoke at T. It. valued at $12055,000. She pay her min- told the following story: "About five yearn Walton'. -. i. m ago I waa living in Harrodsburg when I isters $1,037,337. Ky., January 25, 1884 Stanford, A ma atnnk of Oliver Chilled Plow at And another one i about to go up, waa arrested for killing my new born inW. II. Hlggln.'. LOCALSNOTICES. Praise tho LORD. Mortgage foreclosure fant. I waa at the house of Lizzie Craw-for- d and because I could not pay her for Moiie canned gond, including Cillfor-ni- a proceeding have been begun by the bondAND: Nov Paints of I'ennjr A MoAllater. taking care of me while I was sick, she g good, jut received bv T. R Walton. holder agaiiut the Round Lake Nick atook of birthday curds at Penny A Asaoclalian, Troy, N. Y. Tho swore I killed my baby. I never harmed McAllater'a. The babv born to the wife of Mr. Whit indebtedness i $100,000. the child; it died, but Lizzie had me arHrANDAHi) ready mixed palnta at Mo ley Montgomery livid only a short time A Full and complete iiRHorlmcnt of Furniture, embracing ev- Roberta A KIakk'x It la suggested that aa contribution to rested and I was sent to the penitentiary Jew. Uaar Hok Cholera Cure. Penny niter ita birth. o Hie I'UicnI Parld fiultCH. fw for life. Mr Charles Hardin defended me erytlilug IYoiii the OlicitpcfU the the Harms Tent fund haa ceased, that & McAIUter nolo niceiiti. TllK fact that right-yea- r old nhtaky sold the money to be sent to Mr. Dimes to be the heat he could, hut they sent me anyhow. need (o go to the larRC cIlleH to m like yoiV pureliHRcN, jio iimltcr HiiAND new MlocV nf every llilnt; in the quality you uant, an I can and will duplIcKte-nnGovernor Blackburn promised to let me wlint quantify at Dr. Montgomery' aalc at $2 10, ought to umd aa he deema beit, it being far uniufii jewelry line at Penny ft McAliaterV. prlecH you can obtain clHuwhcrc, freight bejug added. Ala be a aulDcient innucement to draw settler out, but I guesH he forgot it. Governor clent to buy the tent. Should any object, Watciiks, Clock and Jewelry repaired tothialncilily arid warranted by Penny A McAllater. however, and will notify u, their contri- Knott let me out when he learned the a full nsHorluicnt of CoflliiH, Cwcri. MiroudH and ICobcs, embracii,,, condition I was in. To tell the truth, I ng; all the New Style, both cheap and expensive. Ware roetua Foil coi'Kha. rolda, Ac, uw Cam pound Foil the next aixtv darn we will sell bution will beat once refunded. Bjrrup While Pine. Put up in lUo nnd 60c tried to get thia way, aa I knew it waa my opposite Nf. Asaph Hotel, Nlanford, Ky. The relative strength bottle. Trial alz 10c Mcltoberta A canned good at greatly reduced prices by and Baptists in the Unitedof the Methodists beat chance nf getting out of the penitcn-tlari stated States cise or dizen in order to reduce stock. tBB. A white convict named Lewis Scott as H. C. BRIGHT. lollowe: .Methodist Independents Ilright A Curran. F. J. OUEEAW. PERSONAL Churches, 13; ministers, 14, member, 2,- - is the cauae of my present condition. The A nrtAKEMAN named John Litton fell 100. Primitive Methodists Churches citizen boss o' tbe female prisoners i piet-l- y Muh Lizzie llori'i:u, of Lancaster, in from a freight car at Parks? ille, Tueaday bid himself and sometimes did not 121; ministers, 50; members 3,170. Metho tMiinjr Mr. Aalwr Owsley. and broke hla leg. The wonder ia that ral ' "-Mux Maon, nf Mi.ooiiri, U TMiine such acciden dist, Protectant Cburche, 1,501; minis- watch us and the male convicts rery close. ante not more frtquent thla I want to go to Harrodsburg so that I cm ters, 2120; members, 118,170. Methodist, her niece, Mra. J. H. Slunk". WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- aleety weather. Wesley an Churche, 250; ministers 472; lie tuken care ol until I am over my trouHev. Win The Richmond A new pteildent for the Kentucky Cenmember 17,847. Baptists Churches, 24, ble. I washed and Ironed while I waa in Crow l down with the pneumonia. They treated me pretty Mn. Jas.Oivens, of McKlnncy, Mart tral was to be eltctal yesterday) and we 784; ministers 15,101; member, 2,133,011 the penitentiary well while I was there. I hope the people thing that he will do after as Baptists Churches, 1,000; ed on Wednesday fur the Alabama market, hoi the first And Dcalera In- suming the office will be to put on a train ministers, 888; members, 40,000 Free- - will give me a chance to earn an honest with a cir load of mule. Stoves Mn Jo-tr- il Uhvant, of the C AO to Stanford tint will get in the same day ill Baptist Churches', 1,485; ministers, living, now that I am free again." John A. Webb, the celebrated CincinI bus!-n- e Seventh-da- y 1,260; members, 70,700. K. II,, Htatinned at Allejthany, Vn., Iia it advertised to come The mixed " Wagons, &c., ia wure than no train. Baptista Churches, 87; ministers, 100; nati "detector" left it la thought finally on befn vUIllnp lit latcr nt the Colleji. Wednesday. Just before he left he wes member,1 3,000. Biplists, Six Principal Mn. J. J. lUiiNinT, a younn senile-maThe people have gotten an in the habit from Somerret, took the train liere of running when they see Deputy Sherill Churches, 20; minister, 17; membeis, 2,- - was seen to hve a good sized roll of money made up of bill of targe denomination. fleorge S Carpenter cumin that he sak 075. yesterday fir MiHkoj;e, Indian Territory Owsley's Old Stand, Stanford, Ky. While here he sid sever.il time on oath hegoe to feek hi fortune y that he ha where tia to neither wairant of LAND, STOCK ANU CROP. that he received for his 'Vervicea" in DanA mono the evidence moot confidently arrest nor i he af.tr taxes, but simply S. C. Grimes, ot Scott, bought six ville four dollars per day and hi expemea relied on tint the folic of the winter I vilt them hi the oapacity nf sc-o- r hav-lu- g Hi "iervicei"conited in swearing that hundred hirrel of corn at $2 to $2.25. Ik the far- - that lion (! A. fairly broken qualified n Mr J. II. Hooker' deputy. A fine shorthorn heifer belonging to three drug firms suld him liquor in bottle Lackey ha actually filled hi Ice hotioe. While a freight train waa paining J. W. Dawson, o( Logan county swallow- at different times. If private individual Miii KatkOavj and Florence Tue-da- r paid him thia money, it is the businca of ed a leaf of tobaeco, and died soon after W. duao, who thn ugh King Mountain tunnel Mr. Clarence 9 night, a wlicel ran oil knocking some of exclusively; if W. M. Catron, of Pulaski, sold to Ben those private individual have, been vlallinK here (ince I he (laiio the wooden arching out and piling up sev- F. Eubank, of this county, 2 the town trustees paid him it would be in d Helm marriage, Irfl for Dalla, Texao, eral car The obstruction were not re- mule for 5230 and 1 for $85 to order for the trustees to show their legal yetrday. authority for Mich appropriations. The J. P. 1Uim:y, yielding to the preaaiiri' united till yesterday, during which lime P. P. Nunnelley. passengera 1ml to walk over the tunnel to idea of employing a detective to catch our AND- At the Mt. Sterling Court of the weather and the urgent jolleitatimia oitch trains on the opposite side. druggist selling liquor by the bottle is the cattle sold at 25, yearling at $29.40 of a friend, took up a clan of wine from n -(ideboaVd nt Uio "tic and after an eloquent A Kkmitkian called on a young lady and calves at JIG 50. Nice yoke of oxen supremest nonsense, when nearly if not heifer quite all of the trustees, the town marshal sold at 4 J and a lot of 3 year-oland ornate rentiment, attempted to drink froui !ncuo, who wa viiiing in tin STANFORD, KENTUCKY, and other officer have bought all the ltut ala! It wa an illuint kIkw; and reil Mute, ami diirimr a lull in a spirited at 3 EAI,EK IN- liquor they wanted of the druggwt for i a Willie O. Dunn tcok to the corahina liing the force of ihe riprrealnn "wine ii. wait looking down pimlering a mocker" he winely fnrlmrr to drink lion sale at Lexingten yesterday, 11 i'eks, year past. Indeed Mr. S., ore of our to what topic he should introduce next, which druggist, in a c nreration with one of the mostly yearlings nnd Hawthor. Him. the when thn Indy stunntd him with the CmHWKrrtaf' representative at Frankfort, "You seem tc tie making a study he had bought in Pulaski at from $125 to trustee said; "Why did you not appear as my accusor in the Police Court? I have wrltci: "The To'ince'l member of the of my foot; may I ask ihe result if your S2G0. Ilotifei Thomaa P. Hill, Jr, of Lincoln, inetigalioi.7'' "Certal nly," said hi; 'in It appear that during 1663 aa many sold you liquor repeatedly, I have told it whoae father l a well knon lawyer and Kentucky a law uf the road provide that aa 220 thoroughbred yearling were dis- to every sober ptreon, not a tninu, who one of the beat orator in Kentucky. Hep. a vehiole with double I fie ordinary breadth posed of at public auction in this country. wanted it, when I had noi reason to it wa wanted for the purpose of reaentatire ill did n( well the rontitti of tile pita half toll. My conclusion wee Trie 227 sold for $139,970, avenging drunkenness. Why ws thi jierson from ttBiial ace, twenty four year, until October that you could pi toll tree " $019 33 M fallowing hi election lie i a ilet, firm Prewitt A Hubble bought of Adam Cincinnati sent for, to do what you and IUllUEH BoitltOWd Hauoh'h Hetteii looking man, tniall of Mature, with aymp Pence and J. K Lynn Tuesday, 50 head of scores of other citizens could have done?" Mowers, Corn and looking older than Hai.k A dispatch from Somerset sat torn of baldne and 10 head of 845-- I A a matter of fact the law give cattle at that l)r II. L. liarber, of this county, wsa the drtiirgista the same r'ghl to sell Halces, He hid erred prrrii.nly for hi year kiii ml do. at 4 and of J. O. Lynn 10 head arrested in Pulaski charged with adultery wine and liquor aa to sell anything else Police Judge of Stanford, d feuryoar Corn at 4c. and hi examining trial set for Wednesday In Nelson county, Isaac Wilson sold they keep in slock and with no greater LOCAL UATTERS. He la said to hare persuaded Mr. Haugh, restriction'. The druggitta have never Cider Mills, Cane Mills, Pumps, Iron Fencing, Saw Mills, Enr lo Scroggin, Hudon A Co., 32 a young married woman of Highland, to old mulea at $100 per head. Tho. Smith been accused of keeping dram shops nnd Hn.rxiiiii l'icale nt J". K Walton'. gines, Threshing Machines, Hose Belting, elope with him and they were caught to sold to the same parties 21 do not want to be annoyed, and will not Ktnck of clover and timoihy at W. New gether near Norwood. Harber I a married mule at $107 50 per head. be annoyod by tippler running to them And, lu fact, everything iicrtulniiiB' to Agricultural Alnelilncrr II. Iliuin'. Office and Ware ltoouiH opposite St. Awipu llotcl, Stanford! man and ha a number of children. for liquor nnd drinking it on thesr premOn the the Georgetown market MonT. I New lemoo, orange and cindie at far from being envuble and day there were 250 cattle, with prices rang- ises, hut when a respecttble citizen enter It. Walton'. it i hiiicd that having gotten into the ing from $4 75 to $5 40 per cwt. Top a drug store and Mid ak for a bottle of Htoke KOOM for rent near the depot. Ap- cluttheaof the law, he may be made to price for feeders 5J cents; yearlings, 5 cents liquor, a he would nsk for anything else, attone for hi ply to 8. P. b'taitc or $38 per head; calve, $23 to $25.70 per the Police court ha no legal right to inSome old giumbler in ancient time ex- head. About CO mulea on sale, at $94.70 terfere with that citlz'n buying or the with three Com 1 0 UTAH 1. r. residence druggist selling. claimed: "Oh that mine enemy would to $110. acre of land attached, In Slfcnford, fur aale write a book." He expected, an eaay reThe Cincinnati cattle market ia steady or rent. Apply 10 J. Height SEW AllVkKTISKMK.NTS. venge in the havoc the critic would make al2j to 4 for common to medium; good V: have the biggest Hue of augar and of the author. We can adopt the ejacula- to extra butcher grade 4 J to 5 05; common coflee in town at bed rock price, by barrel tion just now, not from hostility to any to choice shippers 5 to 0.35; stcckera and and ack. llriaht A Curran. man, but simply aa a refuge in the abound feeder 4 to 5, Hogs are in fair demand POSTOFFICE HiuuiitA CrniuN have purchad of ing deadnesa of the news market. The at 4 J for common to 0 for heavy shipper, Tbe Poatollice bai been remoTed the Firat National Hank 210,000 lb. of general d'tllneaa of trade, the almost com- with bulk of sales to packers 5.60 to 0 05. " . JaHVM ,, . flour, of the McAliler A Bailee atock. plete cessation of travel, the uncertain Sheep are steady at 3 to 5; lambs A to 5 To the New Ilulldlne or Farris efThe eale of Dr. T. II. Montgomery's A ItttlUHCJ', Come and ee our handtome dlrplar of trarn.il of the mails, the paralysis of Ihe at Frankfort, all fects on Tuesday waa attended by a large Next to the Commercial Hotel, Stanford, Ky. Quecnaware and Glaraware, Including aome eoergies of the dead-loc218-elegant dinner, tea and chamber aeta. corspiretomake the journalists ferocious. crowd. The farm of 522J acres was first It. (i A I WHIM, I'oatiimter. To dissect a publication now, to traverse put np in three parcels and then aa a whole Bright A Curran. . Ita vitally with unympthlilng scalpel, to and the latter realizing the most money, ii I)k. Steele Raii.ey attempting to crura lecture on ita hidden diseases would be a was sold to Mrs. Montgomery, the widow. Dix river in hla bug?y oo Tueday got a luxury. Oh that mine enemy would write M $14 90 per acre. Two hundred and four into deep water and narrowly treated a book. acres, including the residence, was bid to Taken upsi aatrav by Klcliard Evans, of count jr.llf Ing 2 tulleaSvulhwe t of Stanford, conaequtnee. The quetlon is frequently asked by our $71 50. An undivided half interest in 281 A Ituil Steer, O or 10 Yearn Old, Two more inowi ince Utt report; that of younger people and by adopted citizens: acres near CrabOrchaid was sold to Whit Wednraday night and jeiterday increaaing Docej any one remember a season of auch In- ley Montgomery at $18. A tract of 100 Appraised at SIS. Olven uuder ray hand aa a IVace lor aald enunte. ihli 4th day the depth to aix or eiehl inchei, It may tense cold and such long continuing snow acres of knob land brought $100 and a lot Juolreoftbe1881. Jf. V. i'OHTJJ.tK,J.V. f January, GO TO a copy. Alien, j. units', ueric u i; i. be good for the wheat, but it U terrible on In this latitude? Without claiming strict InMaxvllle sold to Col. Miller for $350. poor folk nnd dumb- brute. accuracy, the writer would point to a sea The personalty sold aa follows: Twenty an ' la thi son lome thirty years ago when the snow head brood mares $50 to $150; 3 work A. The man whoalwaya inquire: Southdown cold enough far you?" died auddenly from waa some 12 or 14 Inches deep and lay for inuWs $120 to $130.50; 125 sheep averaged $5; 30 red" Berkshire shoats FOR THE INTERIOR JOURNAL The aearon wa loo much several week. Ice on the poola of the upexhauation. $4; do. sow $12; 100 barrels of corn $2 40; Hinoo Moat, Prunes, Citron, Curfjr him and he auccumbtd to the prcaaore per Hanging Fork had an average thick-neeaAnd tbe Louisville- 9 inches and waa not broken up un- wheat 85c; hay $12 per stack, or about 25c rants, Cranberries, Malaga Grapes, increasing curii aity. Peace to his of hit ! whisky til lifted by a frehet produced by a general per hundred; 4 barrels 8 year-olBananas, Oranges, Lemons, Figs, Courier- ahe! Let survivor take warning. melting of the snow late in the season. Hy $2 10. Huts, Baisins, Cocoanuts, Buok-who- at Makiueo lat evening at iluetonvllle, One year for only 83 two pnperi for little thia freshet large fields of ice were stranded Flour, Oat Hoal, Cracked more than tbe price ol ooe. OANHLLE. BOYLE COUNTS Dr. Richard Cooper, '"Brown' Dick") on the broad boltoma bordering the creek, Wheat, Macaroni, Chocso, Craok-or- s, and Ml Fannie Weathufnrd. Thia la a An infant child of Mr. James A. By paying us you will receive for one year and lay there so long that in the month of Tea Cakes, Lomon Wafors, i.iurier-Journayour nunie paper wnn mo rigniflcant break in the etronghold of bsch-elorand waa reprcaeuutlTe newapaper me the .South, democratof March E W. Drown, Sr , built an ice house Slaughter died Tuesday night Dosicatcd and Concontratod Coco, Dick having fallen Dr. llrown and ic aod for a tarlll" for revenue only, and lb best, and filled it from this great deposit. About buried Wednesday. brightest and ablest famllr weekfr in tbe United anut, PickleB, Jollies, Common, J no. Coo,xr will be an eay conipuet. Messrs. J. C. McGinn, of Nashville, Hlatf. 1 bow who delre to examine a aaniple 1830 or '32 the grouod continued froien Fanoy and French CandicB and can dosontlthla orace. Ieapyear will victimize them both. Canada, who copy ortne courier-Journuntil the roada became aa dusty as in sum- and A. Rickner, of Montreal, Canned Goodo Generally. were on the train wrecked at Kings Mouc-tai- n ban rented the storeroom mer. The Ohio river at Maysville continE. P. Owsi-kDec. lStk, I will occupy llrlght'a Old Wednesday evening, are stopping at now occupied aa the pout office to Bright A ued fron over for several weeks. Of Stand Corner Malo A fccmeiket Stretta. Curran, who will ue it as a warchowe course navigation was entirely closed then tbe Clemens lloure. Messrs. II. H. Daily, for their agricultural and mechanical im- there were no railroads and the stage- B. Hurley, B. DeardotI and G. W. Humplement. The poitoffico goes to the new coaches, which carried passenger to and phrey, of New Carlisle, Ohio, representing building of Farria A Ramsey, where we from the eastern cltiea, and the heavy wag- an extensive nursery of fruit and ornamenhope it will be permanently located. It ons which conveyed from Philadelphia the tal trees, are mopping at the Clemens ha been kept at nearly every buiineas gooda consumed in Kentucky, had to cross House, Jno. Y. Warren sold en Tuesday .to house in town. the river on the Ice in order to make their Cecil A Owens, 7 good batcher cattle averTuk Mt, Vernon court anjourned Wed trips. Sleigh riding became monotonous aging 800 lbs, at 4 cents. Wakefield A HLiiaiHfi neaday, after a dull rcaaion. Thecaae of and waa laid aside as a worn out tojr, and, Farris bought, thia week, of Thompson A p arfTMaaaKiVp rVJii5 Wilsey aRainat the L. A. N. for $10,000 as there ws no coal used in the country Co., of Washington Co., 80 short d run on damage for being ejected from a train for then, the cattle weighing about 850 lbs., at hla refusal to pay the extra fare conductors J brought large section of the forest under b cents. Same firm bought of Wood are required to collect from thoae who fail cultivation. Either of those seasons fur- Bros.. Washington county, 20 head long to buy their tickets, was decided against nished more winter than we have yet bad yearling cattle weighing about 700 lbs, at In tbe present. him by peremptory orders uf the Court. 5 cents aud $1 per head premium. R. L. MARRIAGES. 8alter sold to Smith Gentry 1 pair broke So many caea of death from cold and M Jl Henderson nawkins, a widower, and mules about 5 years old, 16 hands and one "' hunger have come to light during Ihe pres weather that the attention of Misa Osie, daughter of Mr. Wo. Martin, inch high at $275. Mr. J. Fairis has re- ent Inclement all in comfortable circumstances ia urgent were married yeslerday. Mis Martin is a turned from Atlanta, Ga., where he had The necessity for prompt and efficient taken two car loads of multe. He disroa- ly called to thoae who are in destitution. itrr of Mr. irawltlni' flrat wtf. botuehold rcmedica fa daily prowlnp moro Invitation have bien received to tho led of them at home price, the market be ahould be canvaased Imperative, and of these Hot tetter's StomEvery neighborhood ach Hitter Is Uie chief In merit and tbo and every ciao of absolute want ahould re- tniriiKe of Miai Btttie A , daughter of ing flooded with stock of ail kinds, partic moat popular. Irregularity of the stomach - Judge and Mr. J. II Dennis, to Mr A. S. and bowels, malarial fever, liver comularly horses and mult a. ceive early and effective aid. The unreckplaints, debility, rheumatism, and minor A colored i woman named Marietta allmentf , are thoroughly conquered by tbla oned superfluities in many a household OreaK at Lexington on the 29. h. Misa Incompnrabto family restorative and medicWedresday would bring comfort and rejoicing, even Heltie Ins many friend he e who wlh her Ltwls called at the court-houa- e inal safeguard, and it la justly regarded at . U( purest and moat comprehensive remedy continuance in life to many a famishing great bapplnes on the most important eveniim and aaked for transportation to of I la claea." For talo by all DruggltU and j Hirrodabnrg. Judging from ber apt ear. step of her life, Dtalexa Keaerally, family. Remember the poor. - PkeiilkV line rlirir at I'. H. Walton'. It UF mw UNDERTAKER, Camp-meetin- Iealei' in Furniture ! r ' ' y y. io-adaa- y Hardware, Qucenswnre, ifin & Connut GROCERS!! MB-- and Tinware; a Full Line of all kinds of Farming Implements, Uuggics, n OPERA HOUSE BLOGEp d GEO. D. WEAREN Commission Merchant 4L2;eait. -- Ill-han- d 3JCa,iiufaetui"ei"fS9 -- d con-verat- Iivillr sua-pe- ct 1 1 Seeds, Buggies, Carriages, Spring Wagons. Far m Wagons, Carts, Reapers, Grain Drills, Corn Tlanters, Plows Harrows, Hay Feed Cutters, Planters, Hay , Grain, Wool, Field 847-pou- Drills, 825-poun- two-yea- r d ofT-'ns- REMOVED i k 1 1 -- a STRAY STEER! Lin-col- li Grand Conibinntioii Journal i, T. R, WALTON Weekly a. y HOSirrERv ld tire-woo- l &imRs Ik . M one clue. It is the "open Sefamo"to the tho author of all his sufferings; and if it be rnoKKssNmii II OX. A. G. TAIillOTT treasure) of God'fl wifdom. It must explain Paul, the best nun in the New Tentrment, ttmjrrni In Mils sub-Ji. w. nsowit. IACiiiUifnr of iht trill XT cr district, lo ilit(Ucn every doubtful text; solve every obscure the devil Mill is the one who "buffets liini" sax ii. nvnDRrr. MtWN A CO., of tho BntNTirio Amiiiioav, uaiiDETT a unowN, I there then any way of exproblem in 21 Cot: 12:7; or in the text above to act aa Hollcltnra for January 25, 1884 plaining tho texts quoted from out sister's ns Stanford, Ky., W'.ika. CVnrrlahta, Tor the 1'nltp.i Btnte,, Canada, THE LOUISVILLE WEEKLY AT riV"V quoted, 21 Samuel 21:1, the devil still ap- - ATTOItNRVH WiKland. t ranoo. Germany, etc Hand Hook nbovl Ul-lr- r MT. VKRNON, KV. 1 letter, so as to clear the LORD'S skirts perra a the author of the temptation, and tter'vhf "s .ffiLiKffl'Jwpic: from the charge of furious anger, which surely of the punishment; or in Peter's case, T. W. VA1NON. WALL AC It K. VAiKOK. Vv..,MV,tA i.'i '.V. Zl""0!?.!. 5"a rr- GEO. O.BARNES in ENGLAND He expreesly forbids us to cherish; insati Luke 22.31, where Satan is the one who X.IVK, IUIOOKKSSIVE, POPUI.AK. T. W. W.B. VAUNON, j"'""'u uuaruiinii nu imnrraiiiiK JPPoclmen copy offhA Hclenlltto Amrr. m in u; which . "sifts him as wheal;" (hen I take the devil iintnTM Aiurm ATTOllNEVM A.T LAW, The Cheapest and .Beat Family Newspaper In kiiniOANOmeo,36lJlrodwa, Sew Yc HUKxrinaJO.OIIIV' tiate revenge,"inspiredHe abhors ns Col. rUA.I81i: KY. tho Houth. slavery," war," alone as the author of it all; and if scrip Office in OwiierSTANFORD, building up italrt. ' AHon't now 102 SlIACItr.KWELI. LANE, ONLY denominates them in his awful bonk ture mys the LORD does it, I accept it in YEAR. DAL8TON, London, E. Dec 25, '33 TLr llY'fTI.. XjA.-V- . WmcHrs Indian Vegetable Pills and other charges equally lying in the the amiable light of His perfect goodness All the Kwi Anlculturtl Ifenuttntnl ChlMrtn'i J)mr Interior l ATTORNKV A'll STANFORD, KY. rou TIIR correspondents writer "letter" of scriptures? lam sure there is. being the innocent occasion of it all, so that One of Marie' Will prictlivln tbo Cuurts of Lincoln and adthua: 'The next thing i thi; while I And, 1st. Not forgetting that "the letter there is not a shadow of dread upon my joining countlra and tbtj burvrlor Court and Court INTERESTING, INSTRUCTIVE, USEFUL, nt ApoK Hpticlil attentlun clten to collection! To Old and Voung alike. SuUcrlU for It. firmly believe and teach, when I have a killeth, but the Spirit giveth life," and soul in going to Him at all times to bo de OtSct) oicr Flitt Nstloml Hunt. 112 u all, how that often in scripture we have words and livered from the "enemy's" suffering. 3 chance, what jour father told And nil Bilious Complaints Ood doe not end alckneM and trouble and actioni to mean just the opposite of what Rut remember that our walk is one of faith, ALEX. ANDBltHON, Hafutn tnke. piirly veeetable, nonrln- their literal import would be, let us turn not sight; and while there are enough clues Inir AUDniggWa. THE woes and how it all cotnes of the devil, yet AT X.AW, anger to I can't give a roaaon for the Rlorioua hopes of 2J Samuel 21:1; "And again the Israel, given for faith to walk surely and securely Willi practtclnDANVILLE,of KY. Trade Mark. Mi:K l.'JSHi:firiC. the Court! Ilojlesnd adjoining the LORD was kindled against by, there are not enough to compel belief, atlrti and In th Court of Apprali. inspired by the new light; for it wan a new moved David against them to say, nor to convince any who are resolved to ,llio (Irrat Knirllsli Itemed j, revelation to me. How are we to under- and He J. R. PIBtT, stand all of God'fl threitentngs then? In go murder Israel and Judah." We know put anything before God, aa revelled in . lapttlTecure for Weak Memory. Uim or tlraln Tower, Nerroua Jeremiah 'I will pour out my fury upon what disaster followed in the three dajs's HisSon in other words, a God of LOVE And Muter CoramlMlnner Rockctitls Circuit Court MT VEKNON, KY . hihauitlon, ciemlnal Weikneat. pestilence that slew 70,000 of the wretched and nothing else. Let in a shred of anytf Vi III practice In the Rockcastle Courts. Collecthe nation,' &c. Io Palm 'God ia Iiuputency. and Uencral Um of tions a tpfclalty. OUlr la people. rower1 of the Ornerallre Oricani, IZi Gene-thing else but LOVE and you drift help with the wicked every day.' In Now compare with this the LORD'S acullow a a n. uiaii iinng. 0 Touthful 'And the LORD said, I will destroy count of the same event in 1st Chronicles lessly, hopelessly. "Without God" is to ui. t.n: ,,Ufrire iiiaeaifi mat ImpriiJenceof EE F. HUFFMAN. theiicrMol matured yean, iuch Tra.l. Mark. nan, whom I have created, from the face 21:1: "And Satan stood up against Israel be "without hope;" and if one false ele ST1IIGIOON Ain in T ..."' 8TANFORD, KY. Dlmneu of Vl.lui., I'reiiu-lurhtt,Old Ak, and many i otterdit-eawflh-thee of the earth,' and hundreds of other like and provoked David to number Israel." I ment bs introduced (ust so far we are Office 8outh aide Main Street, two door above the Myer leid to lnunltr or ton. places. I don't rata a question of your will ask my readers to carefully peruse bath without God and hope Hence, so many Pure Nitrons Hotel. Oat administered when re-OzUa umptloii ia all cum of Kemile quired. despondent christians, not to speak of those Tney are the bet I father',) teachings Vrakoeeith Hpeclfli' acti Ilk a chapter and see what "confusion wore charm, retlorini lo.i or faillna- u. have ever heard in my life; but I want an confounded" comes on any supposition but wholiv "without God" 'Llttlo children ".Kl'liu to the eye a brilliant DK W D. PENNY, audaparkllng Imiuly, lo thachrkl answer lo give to people who quote these the simply understood farts that Israel had keep yourselves from idols" or false God. ... ..- -, umKiin oi iirann Duntlrit. AfleTklii but the things. I don't know how to reply. I am sinned; therefore Satin found entrance to Idolatry in the Church ia STANFORD, KENTUCKY. rM.rrln'.H,wBe. Mld 'for liruKl.taai or alt as ' "lob, ofcouraj, but bjar with me and chastise and torment, since that is all be repetition of poor Israel's history of old. Office nter Robl S Lytle'a itore. Office hour atupid, mall.po.t.Kelre.oiimelptofprl?; from s to 12 a M and 1 to 3 Th. Xfw Waterbnty Wal-Antithetic! ad Plcm Wln4ln. .VkkU pinlciilare In pamphlel. which will be help me. Your father'n teachings have can do with God's people, and when hi 'History ever repeats itself" even the jTriill UM-lw"o nM,r mailed torrery Urn.. II1TAIL'I tTIIKMlllLDOVKBriLF Addr- t- aH lifted a great cloud from the bible and ofT limits of just punishment had been reached world sees and says And I see that this munlra lona to the iuanufaclrr. THE COMMERCIAL FOR ONE YEAR AW) THIS worship of fale gods, so common now, is to experiences, and I praiw the good LORD drove 'lA if Mich. from every dy WATCH FOR ONLY $3.60. THE TWO '.'uV' M" U him away, as He Rl FOR THE PRICE OF ONE. the Lord that I ever met him; and I wish I did long before from Job. As soon a He be purged by judgment fire, aa of old May 7h WtMbiiry W.lrh Company N.l, rfrn- we all be "counted worthy to eecajie," who could get rid of the devil In every ehape can interpose He always comes to our lalioa for nuking IK. ht ctw.p but W.iehlnth. WmM. not com. win rrumlhn I without read theae lines. For myself, "my heart is out. 0, tun and form. Jesus can caat him iw.nu.ji n.i Rut there are some things even God and .in !! fir STOKE. KOUM with on tlm(,cirtimiT FrfuutMiyiriuruat IT hour. I will praise the LORD " And Marie, I want to go o high that I can pee can not do. "It is impossible for Him to fixed." f rmrr t W.lrh. ih Mlnrr'a inuiiin. wtch. i h. 1Vl ""'h, the world and all that belongs to it, only lie," and His sure word that "whatsoever I can not worthily praise Him unless 1 t'udertbeSt Aa?h Uotel, now occupied byR. l.bom' larart.irrrttult't Walrh IU txlwul UtFC. wucn K. Wejren ( ait on or addrrs fpon riwtpl of M Vlcy rfR.trr.sl l,tr or through the medium of God'a love and a man sows that shall he reap," "can not be know that other sentence "He is worthy i.t mall er ",r" wl" ana in (XIUMKIlcUL n553 & L L " JIKXKV llAVfliMtAX, God's light." h iii4, broken," for anybody' sake, not even "tho' to be praised." And I am so constituted Or 31. V. 1'OltTJtAX. "un irjii,j ,r uae jfr, pntam Dee, I copy verbatim this confewion of perplex- Noah, Job and Daniel" should be the suf- by His own hand that I can not honestly ANOTHER OFFER. ity, because it hie been exiclly my own, ferers. Nay, though Itts only begotten call "white black, or "evil good," or "bit Ttv a Club (4 HuUrrltr to the en.V CMMMEIUIAL.b.1 fk. n a ih, up and U, to a greater or ten exteit, the dif. Son should plead, "Let this cup pass from ter sweet." The "wo pronounced on such, THK OXI.V LIVE Rl'NNINO will - prepled. all chara prld. with of ,taCl.b . ofi. ( Watcbe. whleb will ro.1 1 Manywher. aia.rr Jhelb . Isai. 5.30, comes of the inherent dihon- with mot of thosa who read these re far Mmy--I cpli aa4 tv U w ark. Me," yet would it not pass awar, until DoJ ety of the thing and the violation of our lineaiasi far as they hive attempted to drained to its bitter dregs. iTTLE THE COMMERCIAL, AND BOLII) TRAINS original constitution. I must follow the walk conaistentty by the one rule that GOD Is the LORD then in league with Satan, LOUISVILLE, KY. who "is alive and the father of it,"' devil, IS WYE AND NOTHING EWE. so what is said of one is written of the othLOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO SMi charge God. Even if 1 My CwUtmai letter shtlt bs upon this er without a word of explanation in the before I can thus ' I point. May it bi a true "CfIRIST-text of scripture, whatever man may intro- had no clue leading out of the labyrinth, u1ALF7,,c":J "Cr Irora the Knoi-Ti- ll A N. It, R. arrlre In would still say' "God is LOVE, though II GIFfloall. duce as a marginal gloM to defend the In line lo lake th ernlog train of theUuI.tIIU "Moooe Koula" and to throufh to And the first thing I have to say is LORD'S chiractei? Tho?e of you who cm not understand these apparent contraUrcrncitatlr. CraTrfordiiTlllp, Urajette fio a widest word I shall write in this have bibles with marginal readings will see dictions. Yet if He graciously gives me ILLUSl BATED. and ChlcnKo nllhout chanjjc. letUr; but it is a true one and mint be spo the word, "i. e. Satan" added to the ac the faintest intimation of a possible explanBick. ricadnfio and rel ere all ho trouhUe ncl--a timi: TAHLt lis I will gladly grasp it and hold en to keo. Let it "sink into your ears," dear Ilirper Weekly ,1.1x1, al the head of American it to a b.. , ua lUU of tL t nrnUm, aucti at Du count in 2d Samuel 24:1. This is put with ation, llluitrato! oTAUO.S. Ually tHIIy. for the voice of God, for on it, as a" the evident intent of "reconciling" the two it, since I wish to give a "reason for the rlne, Naa-a- 1 Drowelnrws. Dtttmi after ratine. pnaillen In weekly Jjurm'a. Ily ia unpirtlun tener -. hilo thrtr moatrtjaaik-ab'.- j rollllci. In adtnCabla llluitraton-- . ii:n success nth3 tui Um shown in curing rarelully cbwvn aerhlt, tbarl tlorles kalchaaIta I.t. txiulilll. IS pivotal point, this whole question tarn. paMages, thus hopelessly lying across each hope that ia within me," that I may in'Dpni 2 01 a id and poemt. rpotrihtilnd by th faremoil arlUli Arr (Ireeoraille. 1 01 a ru ptn This is the sad fuel; if there) is a construe other. And i is a true spiritual reading of fluence others without me. For myself, to IVawlurdtTlll O a ra IOI jin andaulhonofibe day, t earrl'e Intlructlon aod I " Ulayelte . S IS am entertalnmeiittu llisuusdt of Amerlcao korae. 4 U pra faith, I declare that the dear LORD has lion to be put upon the words of sciipture, hundreds of other pisiage " Cbleati 7 Stl am th aim ofih. ....kit.,,.. ... It will alwata where the Ml fro mik the Harper' Weekly the moat pouularand that bears hard upon God'd character as a LORD is said to do awful things which he given me in Hie word the "light shining in nadAche.jrt Cart rfVLIttlo Ltrcr VUU turret in am ennaHy atliaMlTelmllTBew.;.j-rl- n the werld. aud, In car, iuiim point route, with only on thanpi of Sovereign Ruler and represents him in an never does, except as being the perfectly a dark place," so that mysteries have vanIn valuable In Cc- -t ,iat on, cnrln and prercnunj loan purauanceof th..le.l,jn, lo preaenl a romlant Mloneaeta. !... Nbraaka,Ac Kor lurtber lufurruatliin aldrra thia annoylnjf cxmpUtnt, whno ihey al.o correct Iraproretueni leatarea which hat unlovely attitude cAat U the interprttal ion innocent occasion of their coming to pars. ished, where once I could see nothing but all d'irder of the ifomaeh. ittmnlate tho lirer Cilnnl for It to all lh MURRAY V A . arupithy, anl ui. ,I4- myatery. And light breaka more clearly aadrvirttintethabowc'a. Krro tfthcj oaly cored port flta larxe army ofrradera. LouUrtll, Ky the heart first ehoo$a: and only by alow de- - Abel's goodness was the cxprtss occasion of grees, under the Blersed Spirit's teachings, I Cain's murderous blow; and our dear Jesus everyday, just in proportion aal hold firmdo we struircle painfully back to a better holy life and holy teachings were the very ly the grace already vouchsafed. The bih'e i HARPER'S "Your thoughts are not reasons of His cruel murder by those, who is once more a "cew booa" to me. Once it Ache fhrxwrnldbcalmnatprlccWi to way of thinking. PERIODICALS, CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO HI. three who the LORD plainly says. They differ else would never have harmed a hair of his became "transfigured," "with .armenla of eutf-- r f r im tt.i dttrluj; complaint but Mine," their coodnee dor no t rod here, and thoae llarper'i Maailne aa heaven and earth are sundered both head. So every martyrdom, every rack of beauty so white that no fuller on earth . Tinonncuiry lurm w 'i ecu inceoiiiiepiiiaain ...JIM Uarper'a WV kly able I n a many nay that thry if III not be wt . "thoughts" and "ways." And even where torture, every heap of blaring faggots could so whiten them," when I saw a slo-- l HIUU WlUiOBitmcm. Uut after all alckneau .4 0) uarper a luur ., 4WI the heart is changed by grace in the best of around innocent human sufferers, tvtrj di- ner's full justificttion by the BLOOD alone ' Harper' Youn( I'tople CO ' Harper! of taints, still it is true that "not that i abolical device to totture the guiltless, were Again it was transformed when I saw a ' row Kiankltn )Uare Library, "one" jear Hi Aumtien) first which is spiritual, but that which is the outcome of that true word, "I came not saint's justification by a single acceptance of 10 00 Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. I'oaUf Free to all inbicribera In the United natural." "I will noil" is the first outcome to bring p;ace but a sword;" to sow dissent Jentis the sanctifier. Yet once more it was I thebano of o man jr Uvea that here la where we make our etc; boaaU Our plila cars It whilu SuUwvr Caaaia. Tbeooly line running in life, "while earth re- tion in houses and social circlm and be- illumined with heavenly light, when Jesus others do not. ia every turn Xolu,n"0'th Weekly bln wlh lb Aral Carter'! Little and rilla umber lor Janutryol each year mains," followed, thank God, in some of us tween nations; to burn and destroy; to make as my bodily Healer from "all my diseases" rcrrcafy touV Urrr or twoare vrry amalldoe. Whn ne time PULLMAN NEW 8LIEPINO nllla make a One will U under.lf,t bal ' urJllooe.l, CARS by the prompt repentance, or change of a hell upon earth and reproduce pandemo- stood revealed. And how "much more," Ihcj are atrlctly vorvtabla aud do not cripo or crlbr wuhe It to commence wllh the lha aub- Number pnnrs bat by thrir K'ntlo action plcae all who nat altar receipt of order. obedience that is nium alt over the world. And this our as the God of LOVE and nothing eIe(once ntothem. In vtalaaitflcenu; flro for CI. Sold Bind and the cheerful Thelaal hour Annual Voluio-- a by itrucslata muywhac, ox teal by mail. Heekly, n neat cloth binding will of Harper'a none the lea acceptable to the LORD, be loving Savior has done, as surely as effect looking at me from "behind the lattice," be aentby CAKTER MEDICINE CO., Norr York. cause the result of a victory over our lower follows cause. And we can all see how in with but a glimpse of His lovely face visi(protldel Vk P.l'l'?rJhj "ftrm. Ire. ol eipeoa raoai ihelreUhtdoe net exceed one dollar peroliim)...ra;Wr.f olra. nature, thus kept under and brought into nocent He is of it all; how but for His ble), stands clearly revealed to my wonder OmhriMrrhivi.,.,.-, auiiaui ,lor. DIOil- - LeHlTilIC,ClUClllBHtl HBd L-x- "...i..i I.. subjection by the "free spirit." THE CINCINNATI "" .i r B,a"'po"r!l. n receipt of goodness and love these worst things would ing eyes, with no shadow of doubt nor liniBglen, Ky., II 00 each is there, never have been and yet how "spotless gering haze of suspicion of His LOVE to Nut the first protect of nature lleniltlancaihouldbemideby lDl)rBci Money Order or Draft, to arold chaoce ol ioa. ever; and'it only grows feeble by long ex- fair" are His garments of the least guilt in hide Him from me, or cause me to fear Newipaper are not lo eopy tbli adrertlaemanl wltbotil theiprworderofllrpera Ilrolnr. ercise of soul; leaving the question an open the matter. If Jesus came to reveal to us that after all He is not "altogether lovely." A NATIONAL AJdrea IIARI'KHA HROrilKRa. New York. Coonectlnf In aame depot with faat trala lor though If these hastily-writte- n one, whether the scriptures fairly teach that 'The Father;" if He be in very deed "God and truths shall comside of heaven, manifest in the flesh," then He surely reit is wholly obliteialed this 3STO-however perfectly subdued. This being the veals all there i of God and this among mend themselves to any of "Wisdom's Full of Ent rcrlar.- KENTUCKY 1. 1 The Direct Route to Lynchburg, Dan-Yiilcase, may not much of the false judgment the ret, how everything that is evil comes children," I shall be glad. The one distin be from God, rot as the author, but the inno- - guishing mark of such in these last line is of tho LORD'S character and dealings Norfolk, ( ent and necessary occasion of it. explained and the keen edge of the This ex- that they "justify" their progenitor, whatar rae -- THE MOoT DESIRABLE ROUTE T- Oremark "to many good men have plains Isaiah 45:7, and Amos 3:0. where the ever comes to pass. And while I am glad AH Virginia and North Carolina believed tho opposite" be taVen off. With LORD is expressly declared in the "letter" that many do thia blindly, aye, even thro' a1aaaaaaaaaalBKWWala.aaaal Points. mttny it ia enough that a good father or to be the Creator of eyil and the doer of it teeth clenched in agony, that might have For ticket and further Information, apply to your neaet ticket office, or addrta Even theologians, for the most part, try been spared them had they known the mother or an amiable pastor have believed And decidedly the Popular Route, affordlor. aa II And to defend His character by saying that He LORD better; yet I am sure the least help uooa, leaa cbaufeaand auperlor acommodatlona t thing. They take it on their say-ew. r. AKi.ein.r w; J,' 'l!.'.?' Ticket and Paa. tit., aamtiiiiitiK Agt.. really this is the way, a we all know, that does not do ihe.e things, but permits them will be welcomed by those, who like our W MnlH Nt., LoulatlUe, Kf. 30 Minouri, Iowa, Kaniai, Texai, fearful headway. Good to he done. A difference, surely, between dear sister, whose letter has called forth error makes such I The North, Norlbweat and Weat, In fact, If you Oan'l Uaoar, men with imperious habits of thought and "tweedledum and tweedledee," ainceit on-l- y this letter, wish, not simply to be them O.uM raaa'r Aa5!. l coiiieutpiaie a in " "'rttlon, your Intern! Richmond. Virginia. ne DeilaeriedJV purchaalnv will removed the difficulty one step further selves convinced, but to have a word for1 brains to bick them, adopt wrong theories Cincinnati.' l'ullnian falace"."; eII I K.C..nd persuade a few; the few persuade the many; back, without clearing the dear LORD'S others, if by any means some may be saved !b,i. ".T ."ay tache,aod h.ndaomely furnlah-e- d Recllnlug (.hair Cara form the unaiualed BBBBBBBBBBBBBB!PMBBBBBBBavBBBBBBBBBBBV -and theio goes the ball, increasing in size character 6ne whit. Even theology awerta fram the impaling horns of this horrible TAKE TnE- of thli Old Keliablo, thereby making , a trip oer thia line on where no choice seem to be left beol luxurious comfort and with every revolution, beciuie there is al- as a fundamental principle "Qui facit ver ways loose'human material lying around anum.jaat pn- - str And all human law tween an abandonment of scripture, or an TIME TAULB.I.S EFFECTKOVEMBER 18. ISU that is willing to be thes borne off by an acts upon that basis unhesitatingly, since abandonment of God is LOVE and nothing I iirae Herein It W mlnulei flower than time OHIO & MISSISSIPPI H. heretofore glvtn. there is nothing clearer in legal codes than else, or an abandonment of the mind'which i PEOPLE. overmastering mind. the responsibility connected with the parfi God has given us, whereby to discern the And so sects are orrned, which when Mouth. Pages 64 Columns, No.. No. i. No. IS. really only have-- the opinlou of one cepi criminit and "accessor before and after things that dider. Praise the LORD, one I roa Tiix- Corlngton 7 19 am 2 41pm man as the core around which a mass of the fact," of the statute books. And all can believe the second proposition with per- Containing all the newa, correct market report, Le. Kalinoutb.... 15 a m 1 15 p ra wellxlected niltcellany, brilliant ilorlea-- ln Cyntblana ., 10 in t m 8 18pm humanity clusters, as bees around their human instincts, implanted by our Maker, fect consistency with the scriptures. Thank fact, thefarorite Weekly Paper of the CenArr. I'arl. 10M a m 6 00 p m tral United Stale. God, I am asked to believe only the nicst queen. "So many good people disagree echoes this. It matters not whether the g Lto. Pari II 00 a m tOOpo PiaLUi'io Br Tiik raoat Lexington., ill 43 p m 6 M p m comes because we are good or bad. delightfully reasonable on! God's salvawith you" has lost its power over me, since Arf. I'aria.. s oo p m M..M. ...... I have discovered that in most cases "a last There is suffering that brings a crown. tion is a prudent" salvation (Eph. 1:8) Cincinnati Nows Publishing Co. Lre. Mllleraburg. 11 0 V0 p m ! ' Carlisle analysis" will discover a residuum of one "Suffering with HIM," because we are like and His service a "reasonable service." 0 to pa M..... .... Arr. Mayavllie..... 8 10 p m At tie following to his way Him, always does. There is, again, suf. (Rom. 12:1.) Praise His Holy Name for man, who has, of course, a right 'rom to Lee. P'rie. II 03 a m 6 00 p m CINCINNATI, the Geo. O. Baknks, of thinking, but no better right than have fering that may make us worse or may ever! Ever in Jesus, and North. Free I"arlor Care to tWlnnaU Winchester... II 30 p ui 7 40 p m Low IlatCM KuIrHcrlptlon : 1 63 p m Richmond a ou pm 12 23 pu and Palace Sleeping Cara to C nclnnatl. Waihlna. I. After all we turn to what the LORD make us batter. That depends whether we ton. Baltimore. Phllad.lnhl. Lancaster ...... a 11 p m k.- The Weekly Neva, with one of Dore'a 4 00 p m When it is cold without and acold with '""" Arr. titanlord June 3 48 p in aya and if we sit at Jesus' feet we shall learn wisdom under chastisement. Worki, 4 40 pm out change. But Nobtu. find out what He. means. "If we do the chastisement is always for offense. Who in, the married man has a rough time seek- ''flhriat T.aioirtiT ha Prmtin'nm l' No. 1. No. a. Mo. 17 8T.LOUI8 and theWeat. Chicago Telegraph. C3mtnaudineot,we ahall know the doctrine." ever heard of a father whipninir his chil. ing comfort. Lre. Stanford June 10 40 am 12 Slpu Northwest and Bouthweat, with Palace BleepUlff ' Oliriat Entering Jerusalem." tart on night train, Loulsrllle to bt. Loult uncaater ... 11 01 am 1 80 pm I unhesitatingly declare that entire conse- Urenjuet to make them better, when they Those unhappy persons who sutler froii Richmond.., 8 40 a m 12 23 pm 8 40 pm Theae eorartngi of Dore'a famed hlatorical 7 ou a m i 03 pm MM..... good? Monatrouf! Yet the nervounneaa and dyspepsia should use cration to the work of the LORD in saving are alread . pain lugt'.re the beat and mott perfect reprlnta by Arr. Winchester 783 a m 2 60 p m thetoreign Ait the souls of my fellows, has done more to charge ia hourly brought against the good Nerve Pilli, which are made ex- not be purchased Reproducing Company, and can Lre. Marsrllle. .. 8 40 a m 12 so pm aa original plate for leaa than f 10 ; Carlisle teach me the character of God than all the Heavenly tather, though we "being evil" pressly for sleepless, nervous, dyspeptic suf- each in Europe. Tboy are In tire 23x30 inchet, 1 M pm " Aiiiieriourg ... 7 SO a in 2 19 pm ....... .MM . and are direct copies, preserving erery line and debooks I have ever perused. Just aa the would acorn to do ao baee a thing. ferers. Price 25 cents, all druggist. Arr. ryii...M. i M a m 2 (0 pm. ...........M.. tail of the The aimple fact is, that if we are ''atead- moat bigoted Calvinist that ever lived inLre. Lexington ...I 7 00 a m 2 00 p in English Forty Dollar Engraving I Parti . 7 83 a ra 2 60 p ra -I variably leans to the opposite way of think-in- c faatlj minded" to justif) God, under all BucKltn's Arnica Satre. LOOK AT TIH8 I I 7 '! Peril Mam 260 p m These pictures are aultable to adorn the pallor The greatest medical wonder of the world. Warwhen be givei his life to persuading circuni3tance, the waj, though a 'narrow wuiunm..,.. b sua mi azs p m haTr.?iri Eii,J1'iPlreM ,MiV ff om . of any gentleman, Asa " Kalmduth SSiioMUpm men to come to Jesus, whatever dogmatic one," ia opened wide enough to admit us. ranted to speedily cure Burnt, Brulaea, Cott, .... wniigwu Dg"' "'',Dg l Waahlngtoo 2:25 Salt Rheum, Ferer Bores, Cancera, Pile, ,j idi ni 10 p a P. m. next di may formally hold; so the true Elihu blamed Job for 'justifying himself Chllblalna, Corni, Tetter,, Chapped HtnJt and all PltEMXUM SCPPLUMENT! No. 23 Lt. Ler. 8 40 a m, creed ho ArrfaytTllle S 40 a m A tingle ropy, three months., ? II !'T' lfx- - 8.9? P."' Arr- - MaytTllle 8 10 p in Hours pathway pointed out by the LORD is the rather than God." How common thia ial akin eruptloni, guaranteed to cure In erery SO 40 m Ahead of All Competitors, tingle copy, tlx "' timj"; " ,u Lex. 8 60 a m 60 ti ' 28 Lr.MayiTllleUSO " m .......m.. ...... or money refunded. A posltlre cure lor A tingle copy, one months No. only auccensfnl one to an acquaintance with If the best man in the world, aa the LORD p m. Arr. Lex. 3 40 p m A year. No. per box. For tale by Penny A Lr. Cir. s 00 p m. An. Falmouth 7 00 p m i,.?m,?rrknU o,1TI1'"-Seeke?la the(U M. R'y A club of ten conle to one 1 year,.. 9 00 Himself. For "the doctrine" ia the "knowl- declared Job to be, did this, maj we not at Plies. 2Jc A club of Wcoplee to one 1 year.17 00 Nos. 8 and dally bttween Richmond, Lexington no roldnlgkt changes. Arrlre at St. Louli 2 hour least suspect that average humanity is also theologians have edge ol God," aa even And larger clubs al 83 cents per copy per annum. and Corlngton; all others dally except Sundiy. l?df?,n.2 oth!.r llnM cars curing more ,h'l", jrciW Tfiousard$ change .ol Postmasters and other azente will be allowed is aod it, following, in this at least, the guilt of it? Yet if only we knew His choice of seat fa cara of connecting getting flnt per cent, on full rate (not club) subscribers. la'AM are going Into eettaty oyer Dr. line. name LOVE we would not "condemn All orer the blessed word. to The premium engravings will be mailed about Inadranoepf other lines to Indlanaoolli an.1 Chicago and the only line glrlng Iti from the the guiltless." 2d. Taking then these clues Klog's New DUcorery for Consumption. Their the first of each menlh to the subscribers entitled , Approaching the question then For tlcksU, rate and Information pertaining to o rid along the aborea of Late Michigan! unlookodforrecorery by the timely uae of thia to rrrelre tbeni. time, connections, Ac., call on or addrta or ticket, rates, time, man, enly side, where we have a right to go, the in mjr hand, furnished again and again as great remedy catuei then to go nearly ItsAa a premium Offer It Is confidently claimed that ?.?'.- i.i enual was nerer before made, and would not bo Ticket Annlaol W. B; McROBERTS, AoastT, LORD'S declaration of what He Ii, we are guidee, by our loving God, and remem- wild In ite.pratie. It la guaranteed to poaltlrely poMlbie in this case except for the method adoptB. tT. BRO WN Souheri UUnford, Ky. "senger Agt., ay Ferer, ed by the Foreign Art Reproducing Company to bering even that "God ia If 8. E. Cor. Fourth A Halnats.,LouUTllle. O. W. BENDER, c. L. BROWN, ml with the one name by which He con. that if it be "chastisement," LOVE;" seeing cure more Cough, Coldt, Atthma, or any advertise Its works. Do not rail to srall yourself HuperlnUndaat. Lota of Voice, O.n'l Pass. A VtU Act W.W.PKABODY, W. B. 8IIATTDC, a in Job, the Bronchltlt, noarae. ot;tb opportunity by tend lng your name and ad- seals to be called: GOD IS LOVE. We CoTlnetoa, .. ueoi m ana,iter. the Throatand Luogi. Trial Bottle free ureal, wttu one uousr inclosed to ,. - .. vibu i agt OEO. H. MeKlNNE?,TrtT.fPaas. A Frt. Agt. I through all. It ia our best maa in tho Old Testament, the devil la at Penny A UcAllator'a Drug Store. Large alxe'l Cincinnati. TUE CLNC'INNATr WEEKLY KEWS. nust hold on to thia etl PATENTS con-ilo-m-wm. COMMERCIAL. !&?iSh5h $.00A THE "in-spire- d ii.ra3 w: il SPLtElTDID OFFER LIVER ATTOItNEY 1 AttornoyAtLnw, Court-house. an-g- w DKNTI8T, """ to-da- y ONLY 93.50, res-CJ- e. Rent! '.W ! llol, W k n-r- IESIIt.4LK h,ml, Wl-h.l- "MOIVON KOUTJS." ".. iwttl tt,J. Louisville, New Albany wucago Jteanway. Falaco VKI-ltt.- y I 5iN Pullinnii Cars! per-fca- pt J PIUS. CURE ,- Harper's Weekly. S.CK Wtw-ooil- tbt-.mfljvr- ., HEAD furto-natal- y I i ACHE .....,. .M.. ,.. Kentucky's 1 Itoutc East , A SOLID TEAIN WASHINGTON OITT. .Ill ... WEEKLY NEWS, d d Metropolitan Journal, tEUM e, CIKCIiritTATI! o. a, I d, Eight I -- suf-ferin- East, West and North ,v'T,IVaiS -- or Celet-jate- , IO Hours "fflSW ila .nVICaWrouw ..- Ul-ce- rt, IS .' " ra poit-ofll- post-offi- Spoolal Rtea EmigrantSe 12-- llfe-url- aflec-llop- of SUaierd, Ky. J. D. naL, Patseoger Agent, Lobaaon.Ky, v .