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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884012901 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. SemilR VOLUME X.-NUMBER 510. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. JANUARY JJavnI In the lulim ia constantly praying lot vengeance on hi enemies. You aie quite vitural in wishing these murderers to come to grief." Eld. Lilly (coloring with confusion) "Ob! Ah! Ye! But -b- ut-but that was in the Old Testament, not the New!" Eld. Gent "Do you mean that one teaches just the contrary to the olhei?" Eld. Lady (still confused) "Oh, no! but but but Divld was praying for on God's e.iemiw, not bis own personal foes!" Eld. Gent (a little (riupiphantly) "Are we then taught in the New to curse God's cnetuiee?" Eld. Lady (seeing dimly the untenable nature of her position) "Well, 1 do not exactly understand it; only I know the bible i right all through." Dear, honest soul! I admired her faith and steady purpose to hold on to the LORD and Hi word, while I could but pity her for not being able to answer a scoffer, who turned out a gentleman at least; for seeing he had the good woman in a corner, he kindly forbore to press his advantage and skillfully turned the conversation so as to shelter her from further embarrassment. Dear reader, what would you have answered this keptic, unless you knew God I LOVE and nothing else?" You see, the good woman's defeat arose from her indefensible position. She thought that the LORD did do what He commands us not to do; and that He hates where He bids us love; and injures where He tells us to forgive. Not Talmage nor Black could have given a better answer than the good woman from their standpoint. When will men defend God and His truth, instead of a worn out theology? Alas,, that so many mistake It for the dear LORD'S truth! Ever in Jesus, Geo. 0. Bahneh. Ten-geao- til Iftiefw $59, miftuiL NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 1884. 219. 3 W. P. WALTON. ntcnoroumal - - - Editor and Propnttor VubUultctl Tiieitav !' aa.oo Whn rKii annum ENGLAND paid atrlrtly In adfsnco. II wo lia?e lo wait any time, 93.no will be charged. GEO. 0. BARNESjn "PIIU8E Til 13 Dvar XOILIV Lank, Damtoh, London, E. Deo i!9, '83 102 SiiACKi.KWEf.i. ; tnlerttr : We are to begin at the Polytechnic If the LOUD will, of which more when we get there. Lit tue here bring up the event of this wrek, of what I called "odd fobbing." TiiotiKii a seren ilajm of disjointed Ubor, F doubt If I ever In mr life win more ned br the LOUD than in this eTenlfulljr crowded week. I gave jou in aoroe detail the hlstorj of adayatMUs Mcl'lierson'it mission. That Kundar in Hird Kair nd the lodging houses, where deepest porertr congregate ami crime lurks, will never be forgotten; nor the ready response to a gospel that really retched down to them where they were. More and more the LOBI) teache me that the "good lldings" are any thing but good, m mmtnonlr proclaimed, because burden are laid upon souls which "neither we nor our father were able to bear." "Slow of heart," we all are, "lo believe all" that the LOUD iipeak tou, on thi point, and ever are we repeating that unbelieving sentence, "it i too good to be true;" a if anything could be too good for God! I am thankful for III patient teaching, meeting my slug-gia- h capacity on thi point, while yet that I still often hwitate to tell out all Ilia goodneiw that I know, left I ahould be overatepping the bounds of truth. The danger U all on the aide of "limiting itriclnn the Holy One of Israel" in the day. Those rqualid men, ligar.l i'li hunger and crime, reaching out for the "bund of life," have taught me an abiding Soli-girt- h tablish a home for invalid or tired christian worker?, of nil denominations, where they might rrcuperate exhausted energies untrammelled by fear of the"wof nt the door," which so often even to strong faith i a br rier to rapid recovery. It is not a new discovery that it is easier to truat for the salvation of the soul than for "meat and bread," and this "House of Rest" was started on the bails of this admitted fict. Beginning without means, but with intrepid "faith in God," this grand Utile woman, of the bright eye and quick step and ready speech, albeit thu hair is nearly white, struggled on through all sorts of discouragements, until now she ha two crowded establishments, one at Kistbourne, on the sea coast near Beachy Head, and the other at Kllburn Park, in the northwest of London. The current expenses, as well m the c.mt of the two commodious building", are met by a filth that never faltets. The whole enterprise is run on the faith principle, asking nothing from man, but trusting Gcd for everything. Of couiee she never lacks, None do who "put their trust In Cot. Thos. W. Varnon, Wallace E. Varnon, one of our brightest and most promising young lawyers, will leave to locate at Sedalia, Mo. Stanford Journal. M'ROBERTS&STAGG Opera House. Block, Drug, HIM. I Thi young gentleman is son of Thos. W. Varnon, ex State Senator, and who was many years ago a prominent lawyer in Paris Mr. Varnon was here last week visiting friends. Nearly every face he gazed into was that of a stranger. But few now remain on terra firm a that knew him so IN- well and so favorably in the dayn of "Auld Wall Paper, Wine. MiiHlcnl LingS'ne." Our little city has changed Ckeuiicalg, ISookH, Liquor IuHtriiemeata, msterially since Mr. Varnon was one of our 1m, Stationery, Dlgarrs. In JfOCKCl resident, the dwellings and business houses OllH, Hnapx, Tobuccow, Cutlery, JL u nips, Pe rumerjr, modernized, the little town metamnrplicsed Bfaclila Fire Arms, XecdletV the of the fire fiend has lapOur Jew dry, Silverware and Optical Goods Department 19 in Charge oTGtA. ped away the old court-housand nearly Thos. Ulcuards, who will Itcpnir Watches ami Clocks Promptly and in the bett every member of the legal fraternity who stjlc. were his of the law in the old building are now taking their last long dreamless sleep In the City of the Dead. Doubtless Varnon, as he walked along our streets, felt himself astarnger in city where once he was so prominent, and doubtless the feeling stole over him: Stanford, Ky., DEAIiEIia ln ilittie-ton$u- e e fellow-expounde- never faced a more important audience "I feel like one who treiJi atom Bomn banquet ball deserted, than those 60 or CO tired "worker," all Who light, bare lied, wbOMcarland. gathering strength for newsservice i all dead, parlsof the kingdom nnd the world, even, And all but lis departed." for some were foreign missionaries. The dear And apropos of Tom Varnon's case, he LOUD gave utterance ou my favor! le could say while revisiting the scenes of his theme-',O- od is LOVK rnd nothing el!" early manhood, meeting with so many who and I am sure the word was blessed to ma were strangers and so few who were familny I wish such homes as Mies Mason' iar: were only multiplied, qualifications Abi there wert lev to greet old Tom, And lew are Lft to know, needed to any projector of similar ones, any Who walked with htm on Paris' streets, where, but "faith in God" and a gift at Some thirty rears ago. housekeeping. This motherly little woman Tom Varnon, like tho remaining few of is not only a eplcndtd teacher and talker, his old acquaintances, has long since passbut she know the art of making her guests ed life's meridian and is going down the very comforlable in their rooms and at her hill towards sunset. Their struggle on AND table. A line jua noit to success in such esIs nearly ended and tbey life's battle-fielangel would fall if a bad tablishment. An XTrix-iiitiii-- e can almost see the gleam of eternity's sun. housekeeper. A Bunko Came That Oi'dn' Work, Kentuckian. Paris True Saturday night we were at the Grange A rustic looking man sat In the smoking-ct- r A Full and complete assortment of Furniture, embracing False Pride, again for another bible reading and bad a of the Omaha train last Thursday crytuiiig from the Cheapest to the Finest Suites. IT Some of the richest men in Austin startmemorable service. Brother and Mrs. night, when another rural looking person need to go to the large cities to make your purchases, no Boardman were present, to onr great joy. came in, ed in life in a very modest way, and are what quantity nr quality yon want, as I can and will duplicate My reader may not all know that tbl no"I thu eit taken?" asked the new com- still plain, unpretentious people, but their any prices you can obtain elsewhere, freight being added. Ale ble pair are the apostles of faith healing in er. sons put on a great dial of style. One of Shrouds aind ICobes, embracK a full assortment of Coffins, London, having an institution on the "Pink "No, sir; sit right down, sit right down," the latter, who was better posted about Ieon. Ing all the New Styles, both cheap and expensive. H'are reams Cottage" and "Faith Home" order, styled said the other, making room next him. other people's affair than about his own We .pent our Christmas at opposite St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Ky. Soon the two old farmer were in conve- family's, remarked sneeringly to an acI forgot to "Belhahan,"of which I have made menHon? with the dear Ihrtlet. now and quaintance: mvu my last letter that Vernon came out tion wonderful then in my letters. Many rsion. "Your father was nothing but a simple very cures have been wrought "Where are you from?" splendidly at hla Oxf rd "exam" and reWmmmmm "I live near Buda. Where do you hail store mason " (mm hi tu- there in answer to the "prayer of faith," ceived euch flattering frr I know where you got that information," tor and friendo that it would" have turned which like the healing at Pink Cottage, from" are believed in by some and scoffed at by of yours; I quietly remnrked the other. "I'm a pretty near oeihbor ahead not lulanrvl by a "heart filed," to "From whom did I get it?" ire the LOUD all the praise. A It was, others; as indeed the LORD'S works were live near Kewanee." 'From your father." "Farmint?" by hi wonderful suc- in olden time Here and now, as there and be wa not hurt a bit 'How do you know that?'1 then, one and another cure takes place at you?" "Ye. Are cess and we were all proud of him, without which eople wonder; at; ing a do Phari"Becaii'e your father used to be my farming nd stock." "Ye; a drawback. I never aw him looklmr In of old "that a notable miracle hath father's hod carrier." "Been to town with stock?" better Arab, than after thin "teadv pull" at see been wrought, we can not deny;" but (he "Yes: broueht up a hundred bead of book and he la rejoicing in the discor-er- r hU A building in Peru, Ind., occupied as wonder soon ceae and the majority of the ateera." that truKtlng the LOUD make even winter quarter by a part of tho Wallace healing are either denied outright or ex1 brought hog " atudy an "eay yoke," when before it had Menagerie, was destroyed by fire, and a And so th conversation ran- - on until lioness, bsar, gorilla, hyenas and der ." d I had 'a plained away on "scientific principle," as been "a wearine to the H headache Chriatmai morning, they were 1,003 yean ago and will be "till just before the train reached Mendota, and plilting O Jwus comes," and unbelief dies out in the the two old farmer were well acquainted D which I truated for after anointing, but o( "(he great tribulation." Meananguish Presently another man who lookeil like a with no amelioration of aymptoma, and I while, "witnesse" are not wanting and Mr. merchant came in and was surprised to e M THE CINCINNATI via thinking aerioualy of ataying at home viaiting when and Mrs. Boardman, oar American brother one of the old farmers. feeling utterly unfit and sister, stand in the front rank. Pralee R "Well, well, well," said the new man. Marie and George went up stair together, IX) RD for them. "I'm glad to see you; maybe you can help down quite the prayed for me and then came A NATIOXAI. As the girl and I were riding down to me out of a little enibarraxing trouble. y)ng, "Now, Papa, you will cheerfully, Aldtregale alreet in a bus, we overheard the I want to pay a man a little bill en the I wm bo well aoonl" I a ten minute following conversation between an elderly train before I get off at Mendota and I and perfectly relieved, and altho' FuIlorEnterPrlM.- lady. enough. If you will let me I had putted aleepleM night, felt not the gentleman and an elderly aa the I came in, havn't money my the twelfth omnibus have $100 leit exhaustion during tho day; in a word, "constructedperson, and dozjn inside," acis obliged." on check I'll be rtrj much to carry a I enjoyed the holiday with all the xwt of r "Certainly, I'm glad to do it," and out bounding health and .pirit. with not a cording to a printed notice to that effect, and the full number makes a very tight fit, came the farmer's pocketbook. But, alas, shadow ol languor nor a trace of the twelve and a beauhour of Hufferlng. I mention it to Intro- the sixth person on each side is bound for he only had $40 In small bills the moment to be very unpopular. One al- tiful, crwp $500 bill. duce what I have purposed aying for aoroe "You're perfectly welcome to the $40 if time in connection with the faith healing, ways dreams on entering a bus that he Isn't (o he crowded, and almost Invariably that'll help tou out, or to the bill if ve can trutt for other better than ve can going that ha the drenm dispelled before the end of you can get it broke " And I hope It will be a word for ovnelvct. a journey. It is amusing to observe the "Perhaps your friend can help us out; of encouragement to all to trust the LORD of indignation from five palm of optics the $40 will hardly answer," atld the mer when in trouble or sickness. glare for dear one when No. 0 proceeds to insert himself, to chant and then he apologized for making The frequent exhortation in th scripture the discomfott of the whole lot, especially bo much trouble. to "bear ono another' burden" and lo G "Well," softly said the other farmer, who other" am like all itaexhor-lition- , if No. is at all stout and therefore inevit"pray for each ably requires space; The elderly gentle- until now had been tilently looking on, based upon facta. And thi i oue man to my right gave a puO of indignation 'I can't charge a $o00 bill, but I can give of them. Thank the LORD for thi mutuas he pulled hit left coat skirt from under you another one for it, and I think it came al dependence on one another, ao that one PEOPLE. me, with that side glance of intense disgust out of the same bitch, and was printed on member of the body can not say to another, AND- that I am so familiar with now, that It on- the same press." "I have no need of thee." How beautiful 64 Columns, And turning to the other old farmer he Eight Pages perfected ly excilei amusement. Thinking, however, the working of the whole when to molify him, as he was a added: "If your partner hirdn't come just Containing all the newa, correct market report, lorlo-- ln by that "which every joint eupplieth." well .elKtixl mUcelUnr, brilliant person, I pleasantly remarked: as he did mine would have been here in a of the CenSola-girtthe farorlte Wwkljr Well, we had a merry Chrlatniaa at tral United IrtatM. STANFORD, KENTUCKY, "No. C is not a very welcome intruder in minute. I've been getting ready to work Houfte, and a aumptuou dinner, with Bv Thk riTDMsiiKD bus, is he sir?" To which he answered, af- you on the same game ever since we left liKALKR IN an informal family bible reading on the 2d dear LOUD, a we were ter a faint blush, as if detected in doing a Chicago." Co. coming of our Cincinnati News Publishing At Mendota four very much disgusted after supper. thing his belter nature revolted at, with gathered in the drawing-roothorough good humor "That depends on confidence men stepped off the train and At the followlug We epent the night in tho hospitable inanair." The entente cordial being thus stood around in the cold waiting foi a his size, Low Rates of Subscription: ition and the next day and night alo, only " we journeyed on, And now for train returning to Chicago. returning to Dalston on Thursday morning, restored, The Weeklr News, with one of Dore'a the conversation, which I wish to repeat Celebrated Work., Two bible reading at Beechwood on WedThe men who write the blood and thunbrought to- xvrbatim. The reader will notice from bis der noveli for the cheap atory papers are "Christ Leaving the Pratorium," nesday afternoon and evening remarks that the old fellow was a skeptic. gether once uioro the dear Ilighgate friends described aa seedy, disreputable looking per"Christ Entering Jerusalem." Hi) companion, the elderly lady, had a and the Pipers entertained in their uaual sons, who long ago lost their chances to earn engraving o( Doro'a famed hlitorlcal Thus motherly face and was evidently a by perfect newspaper offices. palntlnn are the boat and mo.t CompauT.reprint can generous way, between the serviced. It was kind, ft living in respectable and ih KnrtJim Att to us all and so good godly woman, "holding the fort" against Twelve to fifteen dollars is a large average not bs purcbiwed Uftiroduclti plate for lesa than 1 10 a delightful reunion as original Corn Mowers, best she could, dear eoul; but floun each In Europe. Tbey are In .lin S3xM luolie., In the LORD to bring it about in HI own him as result of a week' work. are direct copies, pre serf Ing ererjr Una and de and dering helplessly, because ehe had not the Hakes, Corn blewied way. tail or tne One of the best papers in the State is the Corn a bible reading clue of "God is Love and nothing else" to Thursday night we had J Intemor Jooakal. What Bro. Walton English Forty - Dollar Engrarlngs at the Orange, Wood Green, where our get her out of the quandary. But the par- don't know about running a newspaper TbeM pictures are aullable to adorn the pallor ties shall apeak for themselves: Cider Mills, CaneMills, Pumps, Iron Fencing, Saw Mills, Endear friend, the Woods, welcomed us to of any gcniIoman, Aa Glasgow Times. Gent "Have you read in the pa- isnt worth knowing. Eld. gines, Threshing Machines, Hose Belting, tea and where we had a "splendid time." PltEMIUM SUPPLEMENT! dear "Work-la- g per about tub dreadful murder in Stoke Friday, once more with our It Never Fails, MaculHewr $0 40 And, in fact, everything pertaining lo Agricultural alngl copy, three months Women" in Alderogate street, with good Newington?" People are startled by its wonderful A .IPtftecjpy.sU iLODthi 60 . A Olllce and Ware Kooiuh oppoHlio St. Anapli Hotel, Stanford Eld, Lady "0, yesl How shocking! I cures. The fact that Dr. Whitesel'a Ger- A single ropfi one year. I 00 Mrs. Fisbor at her post and in her element, 1 year... U 00 copies to on do hope the perpetrators will be caught man Cough Sfrup for Coughs, Consump- A club of tencopies to on 1 year, ...17 00 doing good to everybody. At night by A club of 20 p?S 'AM093H9 'H rS3MV( And larger clubs at M cent p.r copy per annum. HIM pttMq4w visited tho House of Ktst for Chris- and punished." tion and Lung diseases is dally coring ro.tma.tera and other agenta will b allowed IS BW JB M. Eld. Gent (with a twinkle in his eye) thousands of thts terrible, disease has caus.! pint Nd .tatataBatatatatataW tian Workers, with Miss Mason as it head. per ceut. on full rat (not club) .nUcrlW. Mt on abi i iq in wr mia set "You would not leave them to their con ed all who have tested its merits to proengraTlog. will be null! about qnnffM pjvq Ths premium This enterprise, begun ten or twelve years u cm uta An ntvnnil ' the finl of each mmth to the aubacrlber entitled vm remedy. Speedy J .iati tH ago, deserves a separate notice, aa one of the science then? You want them severely nounce It a never-failinB ottVr It Is confidently claimed that oil y njMi J. II J Wa J a prsmluin good things done for the LORD which shall handled by (he law?" in affording relief, effectual In arresting It.Asa was nerer before made and would not be equal , .Mat VB1 jm )ww "rt Eld. Lsdy (softening) "Well, I suppose further progress of disease. Try it and be powlble 2n this caM except for Hi. method adoptm "in no wise loo its reward." MIsj Mason, wMaJ faJuBj r HIMisf ai4 J" gut ed by the Forelgu Art Keproduclng Cmnpany to M.ITI. aj4 ii paq. bed about the period it is more in accordance with the spirit of convinced. ,) 4a. iiv 'X4 For aale by McRoberta & adtertlM It works. Pa notrall to arall yourx-iwhile lying on a sick aM4ja.paMjM aaa;a,riamwM aa.)) opportunity br send tog your nam and adTSHT, mentioned, with the lwson brought home the scriptures to forgive thorn." waaH(;uXJa.waaaMB-- TU" Stagg, Druggists. John D. Park & Sons ol th Dolfsr Inclos!, tt dress, oj aajrw ? u r pmaAi FCINCINNATl WKEKLY NEWa. Eld. Gent "O, nol You are mistaken. Agents. o her by sharp experience, resolved to es I have received and am still receiving New Goods for Fall and Winter, HI.O. RUPLET. comprising tlie best in tlie market, which will be gotten up in style .and make second to none in city or country. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley Sft 11 UNDERTAKER, Iealei in I Parlor er matter Cacs, m d H s aW 4 1 fle-h- per-lhe- EHT3 a 3 tgo WEEKLY NEWS, Metropolitan Journal, H ft O Tni 02 M 01 o a CO PCS GEO. D. WEAREN Commission merchant ZMCanuLfaiCtuireirs9 Agent, Seeds, nice-lookin- well-dresse- h ft. Prr m Hay, Grain, Wool, Field Buggies, Carriages, Spring Wagons, Farm Wagons, Grain Drills, Girts, Reapers, Plows Harrows, Day Planters, Feed Cutters, Drills, Planters, pott-oUi- -- g jaij.J ula JMI j fm 'asj Kssimm. .faafatafataV r -- '. N Sctni-Mklunteriorourn- aI Staafotd, Ky., W.P. WALTON. January 29, 1884 EDITOR i ii Thebe U abiolutely nothing of interest at Frankfort. 40soeruinK the dead-loctakes a few ballots with The caucus meet, -- 24 and adjourns of 52-- 46 the old mak-im- g the growing conviction that it is kh the atupendou fool of iUelf, at too of an empty treasury. 8ixty-ai- x ballots had been taken to Friday night, mktn an adjournment was had till last sight. It strikes us ihat if Sweeney had a tjwric of patriotiim about hiui, he would alboriie the withdrawal of his name, as feectnlnno event expect a nomination. Ho has already been prominently brought Wore the people of the Bute, which is as amtrch glory m he could have possibly expected in tntering the ccntest and he ought to retire now with the laurels of a support that has been as repectableandtady as it &m bo doubt ben gratifying to him and jus friends. Beside his withdrawal for the sake of harmony and economy would him a warm place in the hearts of the people, who would reward him handsomely atno disUnt day. Otherwiie he is as rarely layingup wrath to bo yiiiled against huainthe final judgment. His support-chave carried the joke far enough and if he will not release them voluntarily they dead-locowe it to the State to see that the getting sick and The people are -- is broken. tired of the nontense of the ever recurring -- 24. 52-- 45 Tiikiie is a coldnDM betwetn Senator Edmund, of Vermont and Senator Lamar. of AJiisiwippi, and it came about in this wist: Edmund made a buncombe speech 'Scetwing the democrats of the South, epec g jalljcf Mississippi, of lerroriiing and legal majorities, of killing for political purposes, of fraud and crookedneff, ol subverting republican forme of government and of threatening the liberties of the country by nuking elecof the States. tions a farce in if Edmunds relly meant 3Ar. Lamar aked all he laid. "Every word" he replied Then," responded Lamnr, and his voice trembled with passion, "the Senator has jsuidc himself personally reTr8,b,e far a slander upon my State, and iso far as I am .concerned, all our personal relations cease?' Edmunds tried to explain but Lamar was Missis-wppiain no mood to listen to him. The was right. A Southern man should treat as an alien, those men who make it a pcint to lie about the people of the bouth ?!. - ire. to . .. "m and allow none oi me civtinita pass between them. k rult fe jie m FiiEt) Douor.Asy, themou prominent negro in the United States, was married nt Washington, n few days ago to Mi-- ti I'itts, a white woman, who hs been clerking for him for 18 months. She has been an advocate of woman's rights and social reform bat her example in not likely to be followed by her sex to any considerable extent We very much suspect that Douglnss got Some contend the worse of the bargain. that consistency required that Fred should carry out into practice the theory he has advocated bo long; and that there is some. thing heroic in the act of making himself a martyr for the sake of principle. The prevailing sentiment, however, seems to be that Fred has degraded himself and damaged his Influence with his own race by making this incongruous connection. Many seem to bewail his fall, and if there are any who envy Mi fortune they have not yet spoken. The theory propounded by Frank Wolford when Gen Hazen rebuked him for ordering the arrest of an officer for promtnading in front of his (Wol-ford'quarters, with a negro woman on each arm, to the effect that he bad more respect for a 'nigger' who knew himselt to be a 'nigger' than for a white man who was sjrry he was not a 'nigger', is rather popular with both races. A few enthusiasts have been found who contend that a mingling of blood will produce a race superior 1 1 either of its sources, but the idea has never become popular. s) I in untociatm mat me weighing 9i0 pounds and 30 head of fat cherry, peach and early apple trees are hrgs weighing 175 pounds, at 5c for both 00,-00- . rruii growers ., . - WX'M'iHi r"11"' nrvr. jc rruMticn Mtl lamPl'liKI,"Inranv lili lh,c tltuu tttniur markiii IViiulirfurtlrrpr ! - UnCAHTEK ABThKTISZUEMN. k When the Legislature is not wasting i b time, which belongs to the State, balloting for U. S. Senator, it is doing the no less fitly business of suggesting how to dispone of the surplus in the National Treasury. Our members in Congress will see tc that. Tho Legislators were elected to attend to other matters. Half of the Constitutional fusion is gone and nothing whatever has been done. LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. A bill to incorporate inno-txatm- tn the Monticello one-thir- d ... -- In regard to the CGK.it N. R. R , exemption bill, the Governor told him that it could not be amended or fixed in any shape that he would not veto it, The bill providing for the rebate on tobacco passed the House with but one dissenting robe, that of John D. White. He harrangued the Houre had previously againt the bill only to be laughed at for his pains. He professed to be in favor ol a sweeping reduction of tax on tobacco made solely with the view of benefiting farmers who produce it. The total amount of Kentucky claims for rebate is $41,07 i 83 the amount allowed $40,923 04; total amt. of Indiana's claims $105,250 59; amount alxeastituencei. lowed $103,280 25. does seem that the present season is intended aa a rebuke to our nontensical NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. desire to explore the polar regions. We John C. New ha resigned the assistant have no objection againit those who fancy secretaryship of the Treasury. that insane amusement, indulging in it. Chicago ia to hare a new oprra-hous- a Bat we do hope that we, who are wise nine stories high, with three fronts; cwt eaongh to stay in the climate to which we $000,000. ere born, shall not be victimised by their Phil Thompson, is to have his old tknerity. Especially do we rebel against place as Secretary of the Democratic Conthe importation of polar temperature, doty gressional Committee. to ask, lre, and so far modify our views asfor pro-The number of business failures in ia i this particular case, a tariff the United States and Canada during the teetion. past seven days were 317. fight with butcher-letuveThe trial of Craft, the remaining Asha Ik Mr. and Mrs. Wiltiam Combs, land murderer, is set for February 5th at Elgin, HI., settled their differences Gravson, It is likely that he will get fbUarday. The wife proved herself the a charge of venue. Edward Roberta has brought suit feetter half, physically at least, for at the dese of the stubbornly fought battle, the againit Drs, Williams, Ay res and Sattler, occulists of Cincinnati, for $20,000 for the iwbind lay a corpse, while she lives, t mortally wounded, to tell about it. loss of his while under their treatment. is said that the accounts of Got. Eli Benjamin F. Butler, in a letter to the H. Murray are to be investigated, charges Erie Ditpatch, isys he is out of National of crookedness while marshal of Kentucky politics. He has no ambition beyoud the laving been again brought up against him. confises of Massachusetts, and no political It seems to be as hard for a republican to ambition even there. camel to go through be honest as it is for a J. J, Douglas, manager of the Henry tie eye of a needle. eounty (Ky.) Lottery, was arrested at Louis- e Am effort is being made to have the vi lie charged with violating the postal laws a bill giving all school chil- by sending lottery circulars through the pass dren, Tfbite and colored, the same per capf- - mail. lie gave bond and was released. 'foVJ edocatlon. Justice and right George HarrUon and Harry Bronson it be done and we hope the'Stf-lee- s quarreled at Rich Lieu, Ky., and fought; WillW terltate in tSe matter. rwith knives, Bronson fell with a blade JefHamine Journal, under tho new thrust through his heart. Harrison walL-c- d Tutc a few step and also fell dead. Sixteen Management of Mews. B, A Crutcher and Ckan. W. Metcalf, ia full of promise, years ago the fathers of thete boys fought Jlil, are well educated young men and in the woods, and Broneon's father win brained with n broidaxe. full competent to make it a rucceas. Com-taaitte, ANOTlinii steal triual almost in enormity to the back salary grab, bai taken shape in .the Senate, which has passed a resolution granting members of that body the right to employ private clerks during the resiion at f6 per day, qual to 5180 per month each ir.mbout $30,000 per month for tHe entire jtaaber. There is bo warrant for such action, nor for such pay even if there was. Good and competent men can be gotten for $60 jer month and if the money came atof the,Senator'a pccket.whero it should iaatead of the Treasury, they would be Wredforthator less if at all. Embold- ed by this steal on the part of the Sen ate the Ccngrewmen are moving lor cierJta too and a rciolution has already been pre seated providing for one for each represen tative at a salary of $1,200 a year. ine cfceek of the average office holder U indeed adamantine. "The expenses of the Congressional sent to carry Kepresentative Hawk's ranains to his home, amounted to $1,540- JS5. Of this $105 went for white kid glove, "$400 for a sleeping car; $100 for carriage tire; $53 for sundries, which meams wins-.librandis, Ac , and many other items which go to show that it was one of those jnuxl drunks that are indulged in at the expense of the country after the death of erery congressman. The whole thing is a disgrace and the men who figured in it should be severely "sat upon" by their -- and Albany Turnpike Road Companr was passed. A resolution providing for the investigations of the affairs of the Lunatic A sylum was adopted by both houses. The Judiciary Committee very sensibly reported adversely a bill to increase compensation of Trustees of the Jury Fund. Last night was the third set to nominate a candidate for Public Printer. Col. Major, Dr. John D. Woods and John B. Gaines are the aspirants. Both Houses have passed the bill to authorize the City Council of Stanford to subscribe money towards buying depot grounds for the C. G. R. & N. K. R. Won-de- r if Knott will veto this one too. Col. Jos B. Head, of Louisville, felt on the icy pavements of Frankfort and broke his thigh, which will prevent him from appearing in the Houso this session, if in fact it does not permanently lay him up, he being over sixty years of age. Col. Talbott's bill to authorize the Trustees of the Theological Seminary under the care of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America, of Danville, to sell and convey the same, was passed by the House. s The committee on Moral and Institutions has reported a bill making it unlawful to hire any person convicted and confined in the State Penitentiary to any person or corporation to be worked or carried outside the walls of the 8tte Reli-gieu- Penitentiary. Representative Thomas P. Hill, Jr., baa been confined to his bed with malarial fever since his return to Frankfort, but we are glad to learn that he is getting better. It hand-to-han- d a, liv-.ae- ar eye-righ- It Leg-i4tar- hat hogs and cattle. Same firm bought of inn :l.i1.ir.l.ll. & Dlpliinu,, killed. Ktlall l it 0(1 ?r iir, S,.ll ,Tn 0 Prewltt A Hubble, of Lincoln, on Saturday The Quakers of the U. S. nurrbrr UrupKl'l?.lliunctlA-.S'lAK- t . members and 200 elders They have 392 91 head of giod, plain Pulaki and Wayne placeo of worship. county cattle at from 4 to 4Jc. John and ! Hon John Letcher, Govornor of Vir Malcom Weisegar bought of W. H. Lucns' ginia during war, died at his home in Lex guardian 25 shares First National Bank lotfrr fonalcpriraUlr inr farm of tf.7 ington, that State, Saturday. .st'lKM, situated 7 miles K.,ol NlcboliitllU stock at $160 25, caih. on lllcktuan Crrck, In JcMiinlne county The An explosion in a coal mine near GunIn and clorer and It In Kl One of our beat citizens informed your laoit for growing any crop part of nison, Col., imprisoned fifty six men, who correspondent Friday that a petition ad- thrnUleand la wellKdiptrd nutted to thli tobacco. to growing could not be reached and therefore perish- dressed to Hon. A. G. Talbott had belli The IniproTeiuenta contlit of a frams dwelling of 7 roouia with porchiand cellar, a wtllef good waed. presented to him for his signature, asking ter near the door, a good barn, liable and wagon ihed aud other uecvMarj out bullJloga. An orIn Ohio, the mercury on Friday that gentleman to have the legislature chard, itock water abundant and convenient Ac. morning ranged from 20s to 30 below I'len-tla inntlr of pa si a law forbidding the druggists to sell The fencing on the creek purponea and atone. niott-- f of timber for fencing lenree zero. There are reports from Canada of In good lepalr, location ! convenient to any customer les than ten gallons of liquor 408btlow. property and mill, I will at any one time. The gentleman having Churih.Kbool termite partiee tell the a home low andou eair desiring John Anderson and Jack Snyder, mere charge of the petition seemed very anx- or will divide 11 toault purchaaeri. If not xjM by Mar. 1. 1 will rent to reliable par-tlyouths, were hung at Mt. Vernon, Ind., ious to keep the whole matter a profound Jtllt. M.A. UKlltil'KIt l'.U.,Ky. Friday for the murder of Van Dyke, whom secret from all except TRMrp.nENcr. men. 203 S mo. Ilanly, they previously robbed. The gentleman to whom the petition war --The Minnesota Penitentiary burned presented ia a temperate man, does not VALUABLE Saturday night causing a loss of $50,000. drink whitky and never expects to, but at All the prisoners save one were rescued, the same time, he bai no desire to tvran-ir- e Stanford Town Lots for Sale. and placed under guard. over his fellow citizens and be instruDr. John B. Wood, during two difI oTer for sale privately at low price and on mental in the enactment of Puritanic laws very returnable Wrtui, ferent periods managing editor of the New OVKIt FMIWY Connectithat went out of fashion even in TiUrs .OTMUlbeltortbtMlllinluor the York Sun, fell from a pier on North River cltyef Stanford. More than half ol tbrm ate cut about two hundred and fifty years ngo. wliblna third of amlleol the Court Houw. and a and died within a few minute. of a mile of The petition was not signed by the gentle- numebr of Ihtui within Ben. LeFevre told a New York interthe Junction depot, eicellrntly located fr man referred to. tngigod In butfnm or have imphymrnt at viewer that the democratic ontlook in Ohio point- Mr. George Evans heretofore clerking thit Tbre lull are the very belt and nott Ixiiullful-l- y was never so good as now. He taya Payne and conveniently iltuated lor revldencra Ihat for A. B. Robertson is now with H. C. nave ever been oflrreJ lor tale In Stanford, and will be the nominee for President. Farris. Dr. J. C. Bogle now has his office my price and terninaieiuih aa to place It In the of C. Jay Frenth, Superintendent on of ol any over Curry's drug store. Mrs. Benj Ho- lower lor a bouietndutlrloui mm tu aecure tbem the 5th Railway Mail Division, is to They all Iront upon new itreeta, which bavelmt ling, an elderly lady who slipped on the been opened, tbe bioadeit and belt In Htalifcilu. have the affairs of his offioe iveetigaled, Icy pavement and broke her leg, several any in Kentucky. Moil of rich Thcaoll ! a subordinate having preferred charges weeks ago, progressing well toward the Unl it., level aa to require no grading and the it very beat well water can be had at a depth of flora againtt him, Mr. E. T. Jackson, of Suinne 20toWleet be fold to none tut while peraoni Tbey will The Virginia Senate by a vote of 23 county, Tenn., is visiting Mrs. Granville A unp of thrm can be wen at my offlce. to 10 parse 1 a resolution requesting Gen. SO'i 4 mo. II. II. StII.VKU.Ky. Cecil. Mr. J. B. Marvin, of Washington, mmtord, Mahone to resign his teat in the United D. was at Oilcher's hotel on Siturday. States Senate, but it ia not likely to have Capt. J. C Dty, wife and daughter, of COMMISSIONER'S any effect en the little traitor. Minn , is here on a visit tew Col. Mr. Hoar's bill providing for the perThos. McRoberts. They were old neirfh-bar- s formance of the duties of President by a Aa Matter CummlMloner of the CWt Circuit of that gentleman during his resi Court, I ihall pro red In offer for le at the Cabinet officer, when both President and In Uberty Ky , to the hlghett bidder dence in Minnesota Capt. Day thinks el public auction, on Vice President are incapacitated, was read thepat two wek of Kentucky westher three times and paaed by the House. l'KKItCAKY 25, would do very well for hi section of the Gen. Frank Wolford made his speech north west. Mr. C W. Metcalf, Jr , edit Oiuoty (urt day, npan a credit ol alt and twelve in Congress Saturday, in favor of the Fitz roontbv, tbe following drerrlbed proetty, to.wli or of the Jttvtinine Journal, wsi in town John Porter bill. His voice grew husky Sunday. Mr. S. B. onsMIng of About l'J.'i Acre A Farm Black, of after fifteen mirutes and he was forced to Black's Hambletonian and other Of owner tf Orewi Hirer IkjIIooi land, with a new sit down. He will be allowed 40 minutes t barn and an1 lane dwelling hviee thereon. fine horses, wi in town Saturday and Sui -- .1... mu.u.... A.i.luill.llh. amt finfl At.m4it to finish next Friday. Samuel hat obtained a sittir-tio- n e lilt- - I linlirrril I mill aJjolnl.ig - d rnvm- Postmasters day. John Presidential Eighteen mr iumif-ii.firaiu iiwi, iie ieniinrei as night operator in the telegraph A True fork turilke road, a in 10 niUr tout have resigned since December 1 last. Nev a pari of the AdJIwn He left for Liberty, and known office at King's Mountain. Urra Said larm tt ell watered and la one er before in the history of the Pottoffice of the Bunt aliKk (jnm In later county Al that place on5V.urdr. Department have so many resignations of the taiue time and plate l'.obt L Wllllama will ael! blaUriu rooalillnj of about IOO Aerea id Cold Weather of the Olden Time. this clafs been received in so brief a period. tlren Itlver ani loe treek littniu laftd about Jmruol Editor Juttt ir Been stealing no doubt. ISO Aerea of good timbered land adlolng thereto, Tiie remarks in your last pipvr h. i tion, the the larm being In a htchiUteol of cultiva-la Senatorial candidate Mr Sweeney, the whal two le embrvrlrg the whale a. 40 who holds the dead lock at Frankfort, is induced me to lurnish the following statir- - knonorarthe AddttunadWllluioe farm and put Ian J lltlonal A rev of cold winters of the olden time, taken Cwur SIM A. I'lttilVITT, Matter not only disgracing himself, but the State, tics in the way he is fiom reliable authority: In the year 401 in his acting. He conldn't get a vote for consta- the Black Sea was entirely frozen over. In College. ble in tli !( county, at no time in the future. 70S not only the Black Sa, but the Straits of the Dardenelle were frozen over; the Bourbon News. STANFOHD. KY. Spetd S. Fry, President of the Ken- snow in some plcen drifted fifty feet high. the tucky Mexican Veteran Association, has In 822 the great rivers of Ejro issued a call for a meeting o( the Anoeia-tio- Danube, Elbe, Ac , were so hard fr With a Full Corps of Teachers, at Cynthiana on the 231 day of Febrti to bar heavy wagon for a tonnth. In biX) wilU ary next. He urgently tequests a full at- tbe Adriatic was frrzen. In i91 every thin? Thli InitltutloD Mondaypen Iti Thirteenth Heealon In tfeptemher DeiU on tho 3d tendance of veterans, aa matters of great wasfnzen; the crop totally failed and famine and pestilence clowd tbe year. In importance will be ronsidered. ALLTI1K BKANCUB8 Of A the Richard Carrico murder trial In 1007 in Germany many travelers were In a Lou"sil'e Gen. Whitaker, counsel for frozen to death on the public roads. In THOROUGHENGUSHCOURSE Carrier, was fined $20 for contempt of 1132 the Pi was frcztn from the Cremona Are taught, aa well aa court. He walked up to hand the money to the sea; the wine casks were burst and MUSIC, THE IiANOUAOEB, DBAW-IN- O to the judge instead of to the clerk. Judge even the trees split by the action of the AND PAINTINO. Jackson thereupon ordered him to jail for frost, with immente noit. In 123C, the an hour for contempt, and the order was Danube was frczen to the bottom and reobeyed. mained so for a longtime. In 1310 the In Tuition, price, rang from 113 to ISO In tb A severe storm prevailed in England crops wholly failed in Germany; wheat, regular Department, rilmarr, 123; Intermedial and on the Continent Saturday night. In which some years before sold in England at Kir, l'rtparauuy, 140, and Collegiate, S60. London tbe roof of the Westminster Aquar six shillings the quarter, rose to JC2. In aa to Board, le., addrvM for ium was demolished during the perform 1339 the crops failed in Scotland and such a MKX.full particular, N. C. THtlKIIKAKT. I'rlnclpial, tunford, Lincoln Co., Sy. ance, and a panic ensued. A number of famine ensued that the poor had to subiist leople were hurt. Other buildings were on grass and many misenbly perished in unroofed, telegraph lines blown down, and the fields. The successive winters of 1432, several revels wrecked. In Paris the storm '33 and '34 were uncommonly severe. It wssequnlly severe, and there many per once snowed for forty days without any I have rented the comer Uotel In Crab Orchard, sons injured. llouae. netted and rtfurslah-e- d In 1408 the wine distributed known aaibe Karrla run It In a ityle, givand Tbe directors of tbe Kentucky Cen to the soldiers in Flanders had to be cut ing Itrlecialpropote to to trantlent ciitoin. Comalttntlou earapl room mercial travelera tral railway .Fridar elected the following with hatchets. In 1G1G booths were erect- for lb dloplay ol will find tplendldarrommodatlona tbelr gooda and officer; President, C. P. Huntington ed aud fairs held on the Tharae. In 1081 ual to any llouae li lentral Kentucky. 1 will will Livery Vice President, Gen. John Echols, Gener the winter was excessively cold, Most of alio have charge of lb with faatMtabl and and floe boraea keep It aupplied al Manager, C. W. Smith; Treasurer, J. E the hollies were killed; coaches drove along turnout!. Thla will not Interfere with my Gate. This demonstrates that the Cen the Thames, the ice of which being eleven Furniture and Undertaken Trade tral ia wholly with parties owing the Ches- mchei thick. In 1709 occurrel the cold Ail ibal! krepa lull Un if tbe boFurniture apeake & Ohio, and that the management winter, the frost penetrated three yards in- needing myand I ready al all tlmea to aerve tboae lervlcea loth other capacity. will hereafter be in harmony with that to the ground. In 1784 and '85 tbe strongJ. MI. HTRVllRSN,Ky Crab Orchard road. In a word, It will be a part of that est ale in England, exposed to (ho air, was system. with ice Jai. W. Goodrlck, rurfning a skating coverel in less than fifteen minutes an eigth of an inch thick. In 1800 and in rink at Catlettsburg. Ky., wis marched to remarkably cold, Io Cnlllicothr, O , to marry Lydla A. Steven- 1812 the winters were wa a flr on the ice of the froson, whom he bad eednced during a previ- 1814 there occurred in ous residence there. The young lady's zen Thames. Cold Friday n 1832: many people were badly brother, Albert, persuaded him to the them the writer, who E. H. BURNSIDE, task at tie mouth of a revolver. After on this day, among Stanford and had the wedding he returned to Catlettsburg, had remained all night in - Known to return honve one mile in the country. It This Old and and had a notice printed in the Chillicothe Hotol Still Maintains the as you say, that paper forbidding any one to trust his wife was during this year, High Ohio river froze up and teams at Louisville, on his account. AND Maysville and all other crossings passed DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. over with loaded wagons for weeks. The Its Proprietor ii Determined that Quarterly Court on Monday, with our s (there were but few turn-pike- s it Shall be 8eoond to no Country petitions and five warrants, or summonses. then) became dusty and remained to for Hotel in the State in ita Fare, Frederick Warde, the eminent tragedi- a long time. In 1870 the great snowAppointment!, or Attention to Comfort of an, supported by his excellent company, storm througbcut the United States occurtheir Oueits. will appear at the Opera Houre as Virgin-iu- s red. We have not yet experienced such Thursday night. bitter cold weather as above indicated aid froa tk Harris & Farris, dry goods merchants, therefore let us praise the Lord that it is Baiiraga will b roavijrd toaecoumodatlaaa4 free of charge. Kprrlal Mr. Farris will no worse. to Commercial Traveler a. Tk Bar will Mo. dissolved partnership. always aapplled with th cholceat continue at tbe old stand and Mr. Harris brands of Llqior aad Clgara. Card of Thanks. will probably open a new establishment. undersigned locating engineers of The Messrs. F. W. Handman and feem Lythe C , G. R. & N. R. R. desire to express ons, of this place, think strongly of erect- our thanks to the people of Stanford and $1.25. Twice Week. $1.25. ing a brewery at Chattanooga in a short uniform kindness with vicinity for the time. Mr. Handman has just returned which we were received on every hand dur- The Best, Hewsiest and Cheapest infrom that city, where he has been in the Newspaper in the South ing our stay among them, which was the terest of tbe proposed enterprise. experiences. most pleasant of our varied Examinations of the different classes Semi-Week- ly Jab. Samhiicok, W. H. Spradun, of Centre College and of Caldwell College F. II. Quindy, W. B. CrtKNBHAW, for young ladies, were held last week. Tbe Krerybody ahen'd take It, It giver tba laleat F. S Day, H. E. Black, newadaya In advance of the old.faahloned week-li- ft Senior class of the first named institution H.R.Figit. and for Jtwi money. It la DEMOCRATIC, but began Monday a six weeks' course in Greek at lb aame time INDEPENDENT In politic. It Barnum'a new white elephant is reported) contain! the belt newitiimmary! the beat reading uoder the tutorage of Prof. John W. Redd. matter; the beat tditorlalt and the beat market all lor ouly 81, 35 ft year. At the Second Presbyterian church on to be a magnificent specimen of the kind, with livid markings. finnfl.w tLRO win nntrthnffvrl tr til A nnnr fit of a pile ash color Bond for Spooloen Ooploa. the Baptift church $80; at the First Pres- There is no such thing as a white elephant, Is Kvery farmer, every met chant, every trader muit byterian cburch at the M. E. South pure and simple. The prefent specimen have It. buWcribo at once. as has $21 20; at the Broadway M.E. church $12.- - j as near the approach to the co'or lleuember, you gel Itii paper and douMe the rcitdlng matter given by an ordinary weekly, 50. The c tllf c'.icn at tbe Christian church yet been met with and even King Theebaw lor ftl.US add it cornea to you twice a bad some relnctance iniarling with his sawir K UiDd the r.ioney to our agent In was pontporied until next Sunday. your county, or remit direct tout. of monty Wakefield A Farris sold to Thomas E. cred treasure, despite the amount TUK LUUI&VILLK I'OST. Addre J2I8-I- J LoulivlUe, Ky. Wood Saturday 50 hed of butcher cattle. paid for it . uU.JI WUllOJiJON DENTlb'l, LANCA8TKU, KY. Offlce over Cltliena National Hank. Offlce Louis from a to IS a, m and fruin 1 to 4 r. m. K. V. WALTKH For Sale Privately . 1 tilue-gra- .'I-- -I ATTOltNBY At LANCASTER. KY. OAM M. BU11DETT. t,A."V, con-dltl- Will practice In (larrard and aJJolnlng counties and Court of Appeali. isiiyrj ENTERPRISE Grocery. GEO. D. BURDETT 3 It K. IftncNfert Kentucky, ci CO., HAVB two-lhln- li Lately boon Making Extensive Additions To Their Hlock of per-ao- na ffwaltn&S And now have the Beit Stock in Cen tral Kentucky. They have Parlor and Bed Room Seti, Carpet, Cane and Penitentiary Chain, Marble Top, l, Centre Stand & Extension Tablet, Woven Wine, Cot -tenTopandBairHat-trend, Folding Bed Lounges, Beds & Cots, Wardrobes and Sofas, and Everything Else Kept in a First-clas- s Furniture Store- SALE or MO.AY, '! - OrannlHled Nukht Prlecn. C3r. 3Ft- - Ciat-cla- a- lli i Ifiulivilre, Ky , Cincinnati, (., and Indlanapotla, Ind , dealertln Hteloway A Nina", Decker Hru.', Ilalma'. J AC Kl her, VwArvm.' ItaldwmA Cm "a Cottage, Upright a.. equate I'lar-Korle. lley, ndonlnor and Hamilton Organ. Inalroibcnlaavld at price and tetina to tull p iKin't give )our vidert till ymj (el out price and term (IVM'ini) I. II. ISnldwiii atraaaaara Waters fc Co., i:!n '. Fire, Lightning & Tornado I.NUnA.CK! Seven'First-Olas- s Stanford Female Companies. I LOWEST RATES Ij.'-fr- a n inn a. Jf. I'lllI.tVN, Agt blantord. OPERA HOUSES. -- BTANKOMi. KY.- - W. P. WALTON, . - Proprietor. Bliof8tge,'JniMi, KUbt emptet aeU cf Scenery Heating raiaclty. Including gallery, MM. lUaaooabla rate to jood attraction. Aiitnt a abova. -- TERMS MODERATE. Life of Geo. 0. Barnes iXD- - PIUCE'N THE INTERIOR JOURNAL FOR 83.60. 'Without acrlp or purae, or, Tb Mountain .vaoglltt. OeoigeO. lUrnea. Tb lllaloryofa Oontecrated Life, tbe Record nflUrltlent Thougbta and a I look ol lit Public Utterance," Octavo: hound In bevelled board a and tinted cloth with engraving of fill motto on coven CM page; Heel Marie: ruapol U. Harnn photognvlur of the Yanlthed City," 7 iige, 4 In the rront and 3 In lb Utk fir Itkve ol lac aim lie or exact reproduction In ati. and color ol Ink oftb Inacrlp-ll- nt mad by the Kranga.ltt hlioaeir In bla mountain Hlble. lUuatratlng In a compact form bla Kallh. Thli book la complete h'atory of tb man. Tb private a I .rlrf 200 ptgtw rveal lb lomoat nalurof lb- - EvaDgellat and art mad public forth Aral Urn In thla took The Kallh Ileallcgcbapur-- Gl pg'- - give th blatory, Ibt argument and vll the hibllcal paawne bearing on It in full. Itla a took Ibal abould lw In tvery Kentucky hon. and itiuuld certainly lx owned by everj convert of (leorge Harnra. Th book can 1 obtained nowbeieela for lei than UM. by apedal arrangement with tb author, who having removed to New York, ha larg-l- y withdrawn all agemea, rha hook 'fJMl and the, rKM.Wxa:KLr iHTiaion Joi'aNL(l2j are offered together for thvprlrof lb"Ufe of llarnea" alone, tba two forS.S0. Addle- II . U'A CTt.Vf STEMIENS HOU8E flnt-claa- -t 215-Sr- MYERS HOTEL, Well its Reputation, f. Ixraaioa JotiaxaL, titanrord, Ky. frost-bitte- STANFORD. KY. Propr DANVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY Manufacture of dirt-road- Deere, NiihIi, IUIucIk, Window and Door FrauieM, Mold. Idrm. Scroll 8aw Werk,Tnru- ing Lathe TVerk, Flooring, Cellist;, Weath- crboardlug, Drerwed LumWr, And other a The Post. Building Material A lo Dealer ta Farming 3Lnmbcr!' Call on ui or write for price We keep a largo atoclt and will do our belt to pleaeo ycu In price and quality ol nrateria, 1; , VASriJ,LE J'LtXIXfJ Danville, Ky. JHIhL CO X SemMBttwhlfi Stanford, Ky., 3 Interior Jonrnal January 20, 1884 Splei did Pic -n t T. R. Walton. New lemon, orange?, banana, and can dies at T. H Walton'. in LOCAL NOTICES. coflee in town .1 7 , HUST0NYILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. been but one ca before the Police Court in a month and that did not Wm. Dodd bonght of W. H. Hudson belong lo the town. We are a law abiding four fine horse for $875. jveople indeed The Hosloovllle entertainment will be Ladies AttentionI We have an ele- on Thursday night, Feb. 7th not tbe Cth gant line of tcitaora of e rcry dltcriplion, m erronionsly stated. Bring on all your old broken and dijutt opened. Each pair warranted. Brace " PERSONAL lapidated furniture and have it made good Warren A Co. a new and better looking, by Sim O. Mr. J. W, 8ALLER haa gone on a buol-n- 8 A broken rail threw four loaded coal Weat. to Augnatt, Oa. titit cart from the track near the crowing on measles have broken out in Mist Mm Dolmk Wilmam, of Hutton-vill- Danville tree I Friday morning, cauting a Katie Blain'a school and enforced a vacawu vlalling ber titter, Mr. L F. delay of half a day to freight train. tion which the proposes to mitigate by a Ilafiman. , the follow- visit to Knoxville. In th teaton of Mu Dora Btraub returned yeeter-da- y D. C. Allen has told to hit brother, M. from a ri-- it to her titter, Mr. W. Vf. ing cure recommended by thorn, who have tried it, I of Intercut; "In a gallon of wa- E. Allen, hit ttock of saddlery, harness, Ac. Ky. Johnon,at Lily, 11k. W. P. ErrHHPON, of Text and ter an hot as ctn be borne, dbwalre all the Dave is contemplating a removal to Texas, hi pretty bride whs waa a Mix" Harden of powdered alum yon can In thin toak wtiere he thinks thermometers are less deIlarrod'bnrr. are TUiting the family of yoor feet two bourt, adding water at the spondent than here. other eooU. 0. W. Kyan left on Saturday for CinEld J. Q. Montgomery. cinnati, where he expects to Join Mr. and Mr, R W. Hock en tend us a Miw Akm B Cook haa accepted the of tbe Baxton National Back, of St. Mrs. J. E. Rvan the party to proceed to the position of rautlc teacher In tbe i one of Joe, Mo ,of which he ie AwUtanl Cithier, Parkertburg, W. Va , to be present at tbe College. She the mwt accomplished mulcian and Lin- which thowt that in the nine montht it marriage of their titter, Miss Mollie Kyan, to Mr. J. D. Browning, of Be! pre, O., which coln county, her home, it justly proud of haa been in czUtence, it haa earned in her, interest and exchange $19,270.14 la set for the 31st Inst. It is the purpose of which $10,000 was carried to eurplua the wedded pair to leave immediately for of LOCAL MATTERS. fund. The capital it only $100,000, yet its New Orleans. PfKBLE's fine cigar at . K. Walton V. W. It. William has received a letter loan and discounts amount to $'115,517 17 It depsite lo $481,83018, This is from Sam M Williams dated Uvalde, Tex. BlORR ncxjM for rent near the depot. Ap- and mott remarkable work and prorra that the Sam r aye he haa obtained a position in the ply to 8 P. Stage. sheriff's office at that place. He reports II. boy ttruck it rich In going West. More canned good, including CaliforC. Drje as alto there and doing a good busnia goodt.Jntt received by T. It Walton. Should the traditional legends of Lin- iness. Sam wriUs under date of Jan. 21st Yrt will Gnd aotntthlnir in our ' 'id" thi coln county erer be collected and publish- and states that the weather was then deed they will furnish a rich contribution to lightful and the flowers blooming in the week to your interett. Bright A Cur- the histoiy of a former age and a valuable richest profusion. Something of a contrast ran memento to the dtrcendvnta of those who with our iron clad season. Tiir. cimet is now vieibie from C.'-- to 8 figured in the scenes embraced in the ear-HBilly Williams is revolving the pror m. in the weotrrn tky. It it a mighty annals. The towns and Ttllagei now priety of inveating in what he terms "a weak looking ore over that region are, with the Cisey county chattel mortgage." A party tcittert-with three single (xreption of Huttonville, of mod- presented lo him the other day the follow-in- s CoMroRTAJiLK residence MilledgeTilte and Moreland, acre of land attached, in Stanford, for rale ern rV. evidence of indebtedness on which he TurnrrsrillH and McKinoey are all young wished to realize with the usual discount, it rtnt. Apply to J. Bright. Om ubfcribera whote time ha expired in Ter, two ol them being the offsprings viz: Jan. 4 D. J (Ultra sgrees to pay Bill C. H. It It , and the other two hat- hull eight dollurs and 55c he hold his cow will please rail in Monday when thry come of the ing rprung from the wantt of an increasing I) J tilers. This teems to be about as clear dun-cAlo court and settle. Don't wait to I l aa mud. in person for the small amount you and thriving population in tie surround ing neighborhoods. Hutonville dates Died, in Casey county on the night of owe. imii i. ,i , from an evrly period under itt crigiiul the 2fllh inst., Mrs. A. A. Woolford, who A PHPAirii from Lancaster say t that Jus. name of 'The New Store." But its pres- had been for several years an invalid. Ecoft,of the lower part ol that county, got ent more aspiring appellation hat been News haa just retched us of the death o dinnk lal Saturday and failed to get home loug ujon the record. This name waa de- Mrs. Geo C. Lester, which cccurred at EdHis feet were frozen so badly that tier had rived from a family numerous and wealthy dy ville, Ky , on tbe 18th inst. Mrs. L. tob amputated. Vs fix larcn rvr - will be rememlcred in this community as i (VI aav ftmsa term nnr rttfnofl vaav mjip( n uv vhv. W. It Car,on A Son hve 0ened and lion ol the fine body cf land lying in and I Mj,Cable, furnierly associated with Miss wjll keep constantly on hand a full Mock immediately around the prcent site of Uurgin and presiding over the music deof ererrthing in the taddlerr and harneta the vlllegc The Lees, the Thompsons, partment of the college in this place. She line All work done by the firm and war- the Shackelford, the Brown, the Peyton, waa an exceptionally able and faithful inranted Prices at low as anr wholesale the Alcorns, the Givens, the Baileys, the structress, at all who enjoyed tbe privilege h e in the country, dm ui a call. Crtnteri, the Coopers, the Blaint, the of ber training will testify, a sprightly and others formed such a conversationalist, possessed of a strong and is being recorded in the clerkV Powell There as is seldom found in any early discriminating intellect, a thorough cultioffice a dyd from Mr. J. Ottenheimer and Being all landholders and in vation and an unliable spirit; and was wife to the Lincoln Land Company, which settlement. of the most interesting women comfortable circumstances, most of them is clurlsred under the laws of New Jersey, of fair education, they all availed who has ever graced our village. The of the 47 tracts of knob land recently pur- were (he best opportunities for hosts of friends the made wherever known, chased by him of owneis in this county themselves cf the culture of their children that the coun- will heartily endorse these sentiments, and The consideration is f 05,000 of the capital try aQorded, and thus laid the foundation we trust they will fall with soothing in stock of the company, of an intelligent and pleasant society. Re- fluence upon the hearts on which this beFriday opened with the most prooonnc-e- J ligious teaching was introduced with good reavement most painfully presses. The exhibition of winter yet presented At eflVct even before the close of the last cen- cordial eympitbiea of our people are res7 a.m. thermometers ranged from 18 to 20 tury. The old brick church which stood pectfully tendered. decrees below zro, which it about at low on tbe grounds now occupied by the Acad,MCKtNNY MENTIONS. aa it ever gels in this laltitude. During the emy and in which Samuel Finley used to Malt L. Richards has in his family day the weather moderated considerofficiate, bore the date of 1703. Antiquity three cases of pneumonia. ably, nnd but 10 below zero waa regis- hat failed to re veil the origin of the omni-oJama A. Givena told to Theodore tered Saturbay morning. Since thea-iheiname borne by the creek which drains Dunn, of Madison county, 5 yearling cattle haa been an alternate thaw and freeze and this region and from which the Hanging at (judges say) about 5Jc yesterday the streets and pikcu were aa fork country derive Its distinctive appel-lalioMcKinney sleeps serenely now while slick at glass. At the west end of the village an- tbe faithful watchman makes hit rounds other brick church waa erected sjon after and see that "all in well." Please Notice. We will not twke Arch Austin arrested on Tuesday at stamp in payment of subscription if the eeclvaiattical troubles which arose earWithin the at Spout' mill by Constable Millet ("By sent in denominations over two ctntt or in ly in the preetnt century. amounta over 25 cents. We have stamps last thirty years these two churches have George") on a charge of forgery, was t led enough now to last us a year and to protect ,givtn place to two modern and commodi- on Wednesday before Juiticei Bailey and ourselves we will have to return those snt ous edifices built by the ret pert ire congre- Land and acquitted. F. M. Ware told to J. A. Stephenson, to" us In the future Some people are fool- gations nar tbe centre of the town, while ish enough to register a letter containing two well arranged school buildings stand- of Crab Orchard, a half interett in hit large t tamps wben silver can be registered just ing near give evidence that with this peo- stock of goods. Aa the invoice is not coma "ssy and aa cheaply. Send in what you ple worship and education hive gone hand pleted at the time of this report, the in hind. Another notable feature it that amount can not be accurately given, o, e ., k( ep yoortlam rt- Ed Young, under sudden excitement, tiie all the modern dwellings, except one, The loivintf vntitwtt u tnet',0. K. are of wood, the four educational and re- armed himself with a pistol and took nine AN It. K.aflrr a month's work in thit ligious structures and the Masonic Lodge lives before he could be restrained. Tbe couo left Saturday for Nashville, where are substantially built of brick. victims were tbe favorite peeteffice cat. lines for the Continued next iSas.) , , t T will run experimental . Ed puts up the plea of insanity on the next few weeks, They are an unusually part of the cat. RELIGIOUS. nice set of men and our people became Owing to derangement of the running The sale of rewsih Talmage't church schedule, six trains weie massed here on much attached to them. We could not a certain from them which waa the best line at Brooklyn netted over $21,000 Mem- Friday and by their demoniacal shrieking! they had run, as they were "mum" to all bership is now much larger than Beecher'a treated our citizens to a pretty d The Methodist church with itt new pandemonium for a couple of hours. Geo. interviews, but they did admit that ours stats and other furnitnre carpets, Ac , pres Carter's horse, attached to a buggy and a waa at least a practicable route. ente about as handsome inferior as any sign-posran around the pott, threw the The Danville .4diocafc notes "that sever- church in town. buggy over a stile, wheels uppermoit and al of our democratic coteraporaries in the --The Rev. L J. Steely, of Whitley side-walNo harm District have been furnished with all the county, died very suddenly last Wednes fell himself on the done except the demoralization of the vecomplimentary notices ol tbe day at London, Laurel county. Mr. Stee- hicle. regular 'broa-J-- ' and are firing them ly waa a very prominent Baptist Minister, OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. sidoi" into local idea where they are likerecently from the Seminary here, and was ly to do the most good." If yon are refer Lancatter. do'ng a fine work in the mountains. He waa ring to us, dear brother, we will simply Jack Chinn was in town a short time Whitley connty, and highly a native of say that so far as we are consented in the esteemed by the people with whom he labor- ago and in conversation with a gentleman matter, we are only "toting fair," for we ed. He leaves a wife and several children, on the street said that Little Phil would serecently printed all we coald find about cure the nomination for Congress without Courier-JournaJudge Durham. any trouble. LAND, STOCK AND CROP. Your worthy assistant editor, Rev. J Hon. M.J. Cook writes ns that when Granville C. Duuoan, of Wayne, will A. Bogle, was in town Monday shedding the Legislature passed a resolution allowing each member to select two newspapers, be here Monday, County Court dav, with his bright smiles upon all your friends aid be chose the Interior Journal at one and l'i heid of 3 and 4 year old rattle for sale. r patrons. A better man could not have -- B G.Gover sold to Willie G. Dunn 50 been selected for the position which he to have it ordered the Sergeant-at-Arm- s sent to him. He does not receive it and long and short rearlingt at $35 per head; 2 holds and we predict that he will do valuawants to know why, Before answering kU extra heifer at 4 and 1 springer for $30 ble and effective work for the Interior Jesse Martin sold a lot cf yearling cat- Journal, low us to commend the good taste of Mr, Judge Durham was in town hand-sha- k Cook In his selection and to sty that it is tle at 6 renls. He also bought from molts for Ing, Monday John McCormack, a promihot another proof of the good, hard sene Themis Duolap 19 that haa always characterized him The $1 850, an avcrsgj of $'J7li7. Midway nent citizen of Paint Lick, Is in a danger ous condition and not expected to live. roaon he has been forced to forego the pe- Clippsr. W. C. MoOinuwk, who lias juet re- - Hon. Wm. Berkele, our representative, rusal of the paper of his choice la simply j was in town Monday. Dr. W. P. McKee because the Sergeant-a- t Armt has never turned from Tenne'sre, boughl 2 aucli a desire on his pirt and for of hops hJ 4 wide), he .hipped lo I.ottU-- ! and wife, of MtVernon, wera visiting the intimated ' this deflection of duty, we trust that he ville. Hr nl-- o b u,-- 120 herd of scrub fumlly of W. H. Klnnaird, last week, ' Mist' Maggie Turner, 'of Paris, Ky , and Iconic will be filled to aconnt. McAlitterV. Jon. IIaab IIok Cholera Cure. Penny A MoAlltteraole amenta. Brand new "lock of etery thins in the Jewelry line at Peony A MoAlUter'a. Watciib!, Clock and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAliater. For congh. cold, Ac., ue Compound Syrup White Pine. Put up in 25c and 60c Mcltoberta A botllea. Trial elze 10c. Buy Paints of Penny A McAliMcr. Nice ttrwk of birthday cards at Penny Wr. have the bipget line of nugan and at bed rock prices, by bnrrel and tack. Bright & Curran. . .. & O. It. Martchall will regret to hear that hi firm at Hcrrodtburg been forced into an alignment, The friend of Mr. m ht Thi haa been terriblti weather for lambs which are now coming in large number;. A good many were frozen to death. Mr. J. It Warren wants to know what farmer can bent this: Lnst April he bought $25 worth of eboala. Last fall be killed 700 lb?, and in January sold $100'a worth extra and now haa $25 worth of pork era on hand. Miss Lizzio McClintock, of Mlllersburg, aro visiting Miss Mamie Walker in the There haa e, 'The trott-bilef- tat-me- nt f upper end of this county. The Claire Scott troupe appeared at City Hall Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights and Saturdaj afternoon. Those who heard her pronounce her a superior actress. Osrlng to the inclement weather her audi ences were small and she did not realize a great deal. She his made a good reputation here and should she ever return will be greeted with Urge and entbuslatsic crowds. On Sunday afternoon Jacsb Joseph returned with his charming wife from Eaton, Ohio, where he recently mnrried, and has gone to housekeeping in his elegantly-furnishe- d residence on Stanford ttreet. We are delighted to welcome them to their new home and we hope their future may be a bright and happy as the present. Mr Joseph is an excellent business man. He came to our town about seven years ago with a small ttock of goods and at present htsthe finest house in town. His wife, a refined lady, from a well known family, will make an excellent addition to Lancaster society. Hon. Js. B McCrtary came down Sunday lo meet with hia Girrard friends County Court day. From all indications we are of the opinion that he will certainly carry this county. He haa many enthusiastic followers who will do all in their power to insure hia nomination. Madison or Garrard should have a chance to send a good man to Co Igresi and we think MrCreary would make a worthy member who would ably rrprtntnt our interests Having served two or three terms in the Stite Legislature and having made an excellent Governor he is competent tu reflect credit upon the Eighth District in Congress. A man of fine abilities, well educated and refined, a perfact gentleman in every senic of the word, he is suitable timber for the coming contest. Judge Durham, Thompson and Talbott are all gentlemen and have made worthy representatives but we think it U time to favor the east end of the district aud give McCreary th e nomination. AfT. AT JOBBERS' PRICE: 25 Barrels of Granulated Sugar, 15 Barrels Light C Sugar, O. Sugar, 20 Barrels N. and 25 Bags Rio andPeaberry Coffee -- .'- -ft WILL BE OFFERED- - FOR THIS WEEK ONXaif -- ATi. .,, i VERNON DEPARTMENT. u-- com-inani- ty ut e n. Managed by J no, B Fish. y it County Court day. A small crowd in town. Business aa usual. The thermometer reached 20 below zero Friday morning. Snow fell about 13 inches deep Wed uesday night. Elder A. J. Pike inf rms me that he held a few days' meeting at Poplar Grove church last week, ic which there were six additions. F. L. Thompson has bought Dr. V?'. P. McKee's residence at this pi act; the price Dr. McKee it understood to be $1,000. contemplates going lo Florida to make his future home. The Grand Jury returned about 50 indictments. Two for murder, three for manslaughter and the others for minor offences Whisky sellers escaped wonderfully well this lime; loss than half the usual number of indictmen-- e were found against them, when there baa been more whisky sold in the last twelve monlhi than ever before, in tbe same length of time, in this county. The young ladies have recently presented the church at this plane with a hand-tom- e marble-totable and a silver, comThese articles were munion service bought with the pruceeda of the church supper and a contribution from the girls themselves. Tbeae ladies deserve a great deal of honor for what they have accomplished wben tbe amount of opposition they had to overcome is taken into consideration. M. C. Williams is home from New Albany, Ind for a few days Mrs. C 8. Nleld, of Altarront, la visiting at this place. Miss L'zzie Hopper, of Lancaster, was in town this week. W.M. Weber will in company with Dr. go to Florida Mc Kee. Miai lizzie Hopper, of Lancaster, who taught a school at tblt place last year, will open another term on tbe first Monday in February, if the weather will vr. Houk's permit. She will H occupy rteppert. house. Mies R vicini the school house. It. Vernon ty can well afford l o schools. To-dap to-d- JOBBERS' PRICES! l ' t j Don't Delay and Don't Forget the Place. Mdi 6 41-H-- Ctii'i'aii tftS ' i -) V I ., j r h , t ,m - i'.. j. a- - .;.. - lii mi &m 'e it. m lal7 t GO TO T. R, WALTON FOR Minco Moat, Pranos, Citron, Currants, Cranborriopj, Malaga Grapes, Bananas, Oranges, Lemons, Figs, Nutfl, Baisins, Cocoanuts, Euok- ioat Flour, Oat Meal, Cracked 'Wncat, Macaroni. Cbcoso. Craok- ors, Tea Cakes, Lemon Wafers, DoBicatod and Concentrated Cooo-anu- t, Pickles, Jollies, Common, Fanoy and French Candies and Canned Goods Generally. W-Af- ttr lb' Mardi. The Ohio A Mississippi Railway will sell round trip ticket at low excursion rates to New Orleans, on account of the Carnival. Sale beginning Feb. 20lh and continuing until the 2 lib. Tickets will be good 5daye going and returning until March 20th. The Carnival this year will close with the usual parade and festivities on Tuesday, Feb. 26th. The O A M. R'y runs a thro sleeper from Cincinnati to New Oleans, via Odin, daily. For tickets and further particulars, inquire of agents of that line. HEW ADTKBTlHKXKKTb. ' i vj .lf . M fair-size- t I 4.1 t, Stand Dec. 151B, I will occupy Britbl'a Old Corner Main A Eomerxt Streeta " V. ' . r ,1 k. l ... I ..I' u STRAY STEER ! Taken up at a I tray by Richard Eraot, of county,UvlDg V, mlSct Bouthwe.t ofSUntord, Lin-rolu My, A l, Bed Steer, O or 10 Years Old, yU pprntwdat SIS. Q!ren undtf nr hand sis Justice oflhe Peace fur aatJ countr, tblt 4th day or January, 184, jf. c. VO llTMJk N, 3. V, A copy. Alt cat- - J. Bliin, Clerk U C 0. A 3 rft ml Combination INTERIOR JOURNAL If atrf And the Loulirllle ,' THE rj i Weekly Courier- - Jo arnnl One yea? for only f3 two piperi for more ttaa tbe price of od. Courier-Journa- fwU- - little cir-loa- d 1 By paying in 3 you will rrcflve for one year your home piper with lti4 the represent tire newspaper of the South, democratic and for a tarlll fur rYiuue only, tad th beat, Lrlghtett and ablest family weekly In the United eJUtea. 1boe who deolre tu examine t aarapJo can do ki at tali office. copy of tbe Courler-J6urn- I A t 41 W n M li 1 ' l f ; I PUOKr.SXIOJlAL How to Make Burnt Cork. 1884, The popular impression about the apof the year upon The political events SAM M. UCaDKTT. J. W. SIOWK, which we are just entering will be of pro- plication of burnt cork by minstrel perMUNN A CO., of Hi BclCVTinoAManiCAW, con. BtfltDETT & BROWN, is that It is rubbed on the face Ilnu to net as PoMcltori tot I 'Montis Caroau. Tratla found interest to all the people of a coun- formers 1884 fiarfu, (XjpjriKMi, ror tno uniuxi HUtcn. Cinml. January 29. Stanford. Ky., ATTOHNKVh AT IjA--W r.ngianu. i rancii, ucrmanr, cio. If&nil llnnk Ijitit OF ALU try where every citlxen is a politician. A nnd hands of the performer from a cork i'Menta acnt frro. Thlrtr-aere- n reari'eiiierlenre. ISI-lMT. VKHNOK, KY. Ilitente obtained throuuh MUN NA CO. er noticed and Vice President are to be whose end is charred in a convenient gss President tnthoHcttxririo AxuuiflAM, tho large), bail, anil supply the rnonwljcslr circulated aclcnUDo paper. .la) roar. elected upon an economic issue that in- jet. This is incorrect. To WALLACK (. VARHOX. T. W. VASNOK. tfjfruf9 Named. Weeklr. Hplendld enrrsTlnra end Intcrentlnn In. formation, specimen copj of ihe rtclemllto Amer-ien-n T. W. & W.E. VABNON", welling of Bishop Pierce, of volves the material welfaro of every man, burnt cork used by tuimtrel performers The golden acnt fre. Addrrna MUNN A CO., (f is to be of this city occupies the entire time and ATTOKN13VH A.T UA.W, AnuncAMOnice,aniroia. Vow York. the Methodist Episcopal Chuich South, woman and child in the land. It KY. 8TANKOUD, earnest attention of one interesting characTOB MAN AND BEAST. a contest between the people and the "bossataln. Office IQ Owiie; A ton' now l.ulMlDi-- up will be celcdrated At the residence of his A little man, whose place of business monopolies fostered ter. on, in Hancock county, Gs., on the 4th of es," backed by giant Wrights Indian VecetablePills ror. mom than It thiol n.'fi cnntnrv tlml . a M. PEYTON is on the curbstone on the north sido of b. .uexicftiijritiitniiKi.lnliaeiitlmsoocn February, and m bring together a re- and protected by a tariff that takes three I Known to minions iill over tho world ns ATTOmVKV AI' rA-tv- , ron Til R yields Pine street, explained to a reporter the prooTANrUIlD, KY. I lilt) Olllv Bttlo mlliuinn tlin ri1lf nt markable family Catherine. The father dollars from the people where - it ttlllprActlivlulheCuurtiof Maroln n.l J. making it. Inrclriontn unit putn. It Is a moillclnp In this cess of Joiulog rountlra tod the huerlor Court and Gnirt of Bishop Pierce was the celebrated Lovic one dollar to the Government.ubovo of It Hpeclil atuntlun ulea to collection. ot A)x-al- . "I first gather my corks. I get them Ik I ml. lirloo it ml pmlso the .1'orovcry foinicfuxtunialiiain 112 pleaching in Georgia1 contest, sain all others that" have arisen Office orr Flisi Nllouil llani Tierce, who began tlio the JS'etts'', Journal frcm the big bottling houses, who buy And Bilious 1804, and whose death occurred only since its establishment, in Safe to t.tke. uoint.'piirIy'vci;(table, no grip will be found fighting the battle of the lots of bottles, many of them with corks n ALEX. ANDEBBON, two years ago. He was the Jiib. I'rlrowou AUDnisraUU. big and that wouldn't keep the air out of wine or AT itinerant in the South, and during the people and opposing the "boses," DANVILLE. KY., w'11 continue beer. When I get ready to burn 1 put the MusiAn.tr I.lnlmont is without nn omml. Il Trade Mark. MIlKWIN'MNPKCiriV, lsst ten years of his life, from his cighty- - little, in either ? Will practice In the Courtaof DojUsbJ a.lJolnltig ueeit ana muscle to I i to battle against the centralization of pol- corks into those three washboilers you see year, was the nounllM aod In the Court of Appeal. ji.ie very iione untieing tho ootiUnu-Innc- onixth to bis ninety-sixt- h LtIio (reat English Itemed, of pain nnd InflAtntnntion ItnnonICJfv-- - rj sectionalism, there with holes punched into their sides I Bible Jts effect upon liutimn Flesh nmll visits from Methodists all over the itical power, and oppose, J. 11. FISH. South, as and bottom, sprinkle alcohol over them nnd in tho laaporlllreeure for Weak Memo-r- j, inn uraio i rvniioii aro vquauy wonder-- J .world. While the father was still livinp, whether in the North or At torn uy At r.lt w. Lom of Drain IMwer, Nervou mi. iuu juuxicnn set them afire. Then I fill one of those An J Matter OomtulatlonarRockcaille Circuit Ckmrt htbautllon, hemlnal Weakneae. projector of a family which spread dangerous to the liberties and inrniml&lld the,, MT VLKNUN, KY cork aqd Impntencr, and (ifnerat lm of of the, 'peo- muilin sacks with the charred CollecWill prattle Id the IWacaJtls Court rapidly throughout Georgia, and was still the prosperity tion a apeclaltr. Office la knead the sick in this barrel of water. is o.rT.L!.- - Tower ol Ihe" deieratlve Oman;-" ' "" uiai ioiiow a eeof ministerial power, his son, ple of the whole country. Advocating in full vin'or h.w. i.mB, ,pjfUte ol toutlirul litpru.lenca or That forces the powdered charcoal through theon-Mii- l matured )er, tucli TeaHeMerk. Pierce, bad grown up lo manhood, measures rather than men, with no jobs Geo. F. liniment la noodoU by somebody In LEE T. HUFFMAN. the sack into the water. in lha orory House, jsvory uny urines no ws of TJ 11 O Ji O IN I KY.JN I W tr, m ia,niTrrtai ljiwiiune. oar entered the ministry, reached the Bishop's to foster and no candidates to force upon uuunrM or Vliloti, I'rema- HTANFORD, tne agony oran awful acalU or burn 1 have worked all my charred t "When will stand lureUM Site, and nuor otter SIllMlucU. Of rheum a da miirlrri m. himself, lilshop an unwilling constituency!-"iOffice South 14 Main Utrtet, tvo ioor abort chair and grown bid that lent u Iniaollf or stored, or ft valuable linrse or px cork through this sack into the water, I the Myers Hotel. all ctieiof Pierce, though not so original as his father, rqiiarely upon the principle, and support, saved by tho hoaiing power of t'llt PuroNltrou 0x14 Ou aitnlalitmeJ bo re ViaktieallieIti (peclflc acta r'emtlea Ilka honestly and earnestly, the nominees of drain the water through a clcse canvas quired. Charm, rettorlii- - low or fiJliw tig. is mote scholarly, and is looked upon as or, (IvInaT In Ihe eye a brlltlaul Methodism. In theparty, Revenne Reform, demanding sack you see on that frame there, and what the father of Southern to Ihe cheek, telWW SaVaV ao.lrkltni I) It, V. B. PENNY, remains in the canvas sack is resdy for the inenwy uiMioin oi maun. n iMtpr announcing the coming events he always a fair fight, a free ballot ami an Af,rTl.i. DentUt to mail subscribers: artists. I put it up in one pound tins, and ITMerwln'atipeclDcli honest count. Terms ys: which speedily rarea such ailments of by all PrurtttU al SWmjJ- - STANKC RD, KENTt'iXY. m l er lackaxe. r Ha pckge, fof 11 AN FLKbll ns tho lit' j. 'aIw ty "I was bora on the 3d of February, 1811. Daily edition forone year, $7; dully edi- they use out of them. When a ierformer Oice hour Offlre Xlueumatlam. Ntwelllnira. nun-- frnin orer 1VIM Lrtle' atoreAneathelirt ad uuli. olKenee, on receipt of tirl( which will be u MU'ul, ofd. The tion ix monlhs,$4; dally and Sunday edi- is ready to 'black up,' as thor call Jl, "he m.Tl. P"!'"1"' Holt N nl lloSr Oa that day, 1S34, 1 Was 23 years itiniracitii milled free to ef er applicant. Addrci all im-l- r. and Scalds, Cuts, iiiutciei, Jllirns tmiil1rrl wtten prreAAarv next day, the 4th, I was married. The tion one year, S; daily and Sunday edi- takes a little of this black paste in bis hands to the .le maonfaclurer. Nnralut, lnleoiioil Jlllr and and -Slllngi, Ntimie, K Kir IX, M. II , l4iroll, Jllcb. , Olil . i !V ff birthday is at hand again, and the golden tion fix months, $5; daily and Sunday edi- and washes his fsce, neck, and hands in it, DUnford by IWaf A McAIUter and all Nore,ric-.-,l"ro- t .Jlblalna. ITU(!X(at everywhere More Mpplta, CaL mat, ami wedding. Mvywife and I bad determined tion thrte months, $2.50; Sunday edition and he is blacked ai you see him on tht Indeed every form or vxlcrtial dli-rna- e. San Francisco Call. on a quiet, private recognition of the one year, $2 50; weekly edition one year, slage." It heals ivllhout scars. For tho liitun: Creation lt cures eyent, but our children insist upon a more $1. It has been suggested, and very properly eirnln, Nwlnny, HI I IT Jnlnta, a oiimirr, iiameaa Norn. Hour Our son our only formal celebration. Qualifications of a Good Sea Cook. too, that when the Governor offers . reFoot ltol, Mcreur Worm, Kceb, son claims the privilige of entertaining IIulloiv Horn, Ncratelira, Wind- A sen conk is a peculiar character, re- ward for the arrest of a criminal that the Kill, flpaTln, Tliruah, Itlugbone, 8 Id Mores, foil ISvll, Film upon us at his house. It will be a family re- quiring a special training. lie must know Legislature should provide for the publi & the Nlcht and every other ailment e union. Four daughters, with their out of how to prepare a cation of the proclamation in some newspa to vrhlch. Ihe occupants of the i hi r.A led CDCC n" PPl Chicago my son and his wife, thirty ;rand- - flavored with .onions, tucrusted with the per in the connty where the crime was Utable and Ntock Yard are lluble. Utt rriCCpi! with . t r'' i ig Too Mexican Muatauv T.lnluient I t l' "air. I'luilralim, hr r Jut children and two brothers with tneir rami-lie- s variegated browns of polished mahogany, committed. As the law now stands the always aims ami never awuLpoluu: i ,r t it for ptnlm; ail Vrr,ral ' anl F m.r ! ana It Is, positively, ' I TItK OXLYUVY. UUNNI.SH will be present, as well as some remot- and savory enough to create an appetite in proclamation is made only in a paper printk Ittvaltialilt t nil. were not in fash- a stomach that the tossing waves have ren- ed at the seat of government and as the er kin. Bridal presents D.M. FERRY ion when we were married, nor do we ex- dered as sensitive as the needle of a com-pis- s. fact of a reward being offered is known AND SOl.Ui TIlAINd OF ALL pect them now. If, however Florida will-senHe must also understand how to to a very few people, possibly none, in the KENTUCKY CENTRAL LL B LOUISVILLE a buck- make eatuble bread, and take his duff out locally where the ciime was committed, the us a box of oranges, Virginia TO CHICAGO et of oysters, and Georgia will furnish me of the kettle on Sunday light as cotton chance of the arrest of the criminal is very Iram cigars, then I lie other States and rest of nd as delicato as spinge cake. Besides materially lessened. The suggestion is not er fAi .?."' lL lOTl-'en- craN. It. It. artlre In thLoslirtlle lo tint to take the tteolog train of the -- Moooe -- THE MOdT ROUTE TO mankind may do an they please. Nothing, this, he must know, how to economize in endoised by the Timet with a view of putRoute" end to through to 703 MAN 0B BIAST. if they like There will be no cards, no the U'e of water and 'provisions; tnd, more ting money into the pocket of some other MrcrncaHtlr. Crawfonlnvll!i, I,arujete simple, rational Christian enter- difficult yet, he must try to keep the crew printer, but for the reason that it is believhop, hut a and C'hlriiKo nlthout clinucc. tainment, commemorative of a long wed- saliefied with the mess he cooks for tbem, ed the ends of justice might in Kiueucei And decidedly th Popular llouie, aJardlnf, a I' dooa, lechaofMtnd aupcrlor accommodatloa U ded life." Georgetown while at the ssme time he looks out sharp- - be promoted by its adoption. Dally. "eTAriO. ltally. HON. A. G. TAItBOTT Not Exacting. lv for the interest of his employer and the Times. Miisoari, Iowa, Eanias, Texai, 7 41 p ni Lt. IOUlTllle. ... UaCnJUtfor Centre In thl district, it a ra I 61 a m .'01 pm Arr (Irreorulle th action of the democracy. "One word," she said, "before we part," captain. Ho mint also be proof against Olu Proverbs Made New, A solitary The North, Northweat and Weal. In fact. If rou P9)M S 04 p in lwrrtUTlll. and her bright eyes glowed in the mellow the worst weather and undeviatiogly punct- specimen of the feathered tribe, adequately ooole mplat a trip In any dret.ttn. your Inter eat 1 IS a ni 4 U pin Latafelt will ha beati ered br purcbalD tout ticket tI 7 90 a ra I W Pin Chlen light of the turned down lamp. "Are yon ual to the hours of meals. It goes X.. C and Clneinnall. ruuouui ralace t an, Elesecured, is more than an equivalent for a The tuot direct route. wih onlr one chars of gant New Day Coach, and hindomeIy furnlib sincere." that it is not an easy thing to great number in a state of comparative d ltecllnlns Cbalr Car form th unniualed cart, to all putnu In Wlmioaln, U InneeoU, Iowa Ac Knr loriher luforniatlon. aildrea "I am sincere," he replied, in tones whose find such a paragon in the galley; but freedom. Any petrified formation, when DENIKAIIM2 NTOKi: IIOOSI equipment of thl Old lUliable, thereby inaklni MUHIIAY KE1.LKK.I). I' A , s trip thl tin on ol lutarlou comfort anj truthfullness could not be doubted by any when he is there, he is, next to the captain, endowed with a rotary motion, appears to : pleaaur. Try It. UuliTlll. Ky t'nder the St. Auph Hotel, now occupied byJB. TIME by far the most important character on have no difficulty for ihe collection of lich-enoone, save by the most confirmed pessimist. TABLE. IN EFFECT NOVEMKKR IS. UU K. Wearen. Call on or addreaa Tlin herein it 20 minute eUwrr thia tlui "Then you can not give me a palace by board. February Century. paiticles. Ornithological specimens IIKXHY II. i VUUJtAX, heretofore ftrro. his eyes Lake Como?" and she looked into Or M. C. VOUTXAX. Some lime, ago Gov. Knott remitted the of identical plumage habitually congregate CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO Of. as if she would read his inmost soul. No. t. No. L No. IS. South. in the closest possible proximity. A too fine of a gambler at Covington. Not loog "lectin not," he answered. ) p m Covington 2 ago he pardoned two or tbrre convicts and close economy of the ligenous growth I apt Lt. Falmouth .. " "Not even a brown stone front?" IJ p n left Lt. Qov. Hindman in his chair of State. to result detrimentally to the young of the " Cynthiaaa . 10 2 a a 5 IS p m "No." ITTLE 10 M Arr. 1'arla. i 6 W p m Hindman pardoned a whole batch of crimi- human species. Receptacles in a state of There was a wonderful firmness and Lt. Tart II 00 a m 0J p m way for more or less complete vacnity have been in tEe tone in which (his nals, Gov. Knott getting out of the tO p m, Arr LilnuQ.,.. that purpose. Very recently the Governor observed to be capable of emitting the Lve, 1'arl.. M...... 6 00 p o.. momentous monosylable was spoken. Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. " Ulllenburg. . 10 p a .. The Judge. order allowing a life- - greatest volume of sound. issued a C 40 p "Not even a cottage in the suburb?" " Clt.l. The only tin running 8 10 p m, Arr. Mayiflll. . convict to leave the penitentiary in charge "Not even that, darliog." What can not be msde out of paper is .... M a m 00 p m .... brother-i- n Lt. law to attend the funeral something which cannot yet be safely deThere was an anguish in bis accent that of his " WlMhetr US) p u, 7 40 p mi....... PULLMAN SEW 8LEEPINO OAKS 1 M p ml S 50 p mjU 11 pro " IUchto6(Kl indicated a mind wholly given up to the of a relative. We notice that those papers cided. At Hartford, Conn., a man bas lateS II p ml. Laocuur ij p M despair. that were very severe and unmeasured in ly taken out patents for devices by which of a gnawing inroads 4 40 pm Arr. buntord June S 40 p ni. BIclc nraHaene and rdicte all tho tronhlr InciNqtm. "What can you oiler me' as an incentive their denunciation of Gov. Blackburn for very beautiful and substantial carpets can dent to a bilious etatfl of the arU m, inch a No. 1. No.. No. 17 abuse of bis authority are as silent as the be made of paper at prices much lower Kanaea, Drowtinr, DUtrra after ratine, raoM to induce me to become your bride?" ,.......... 10 40 a u.lZ So pu rain In the Side, Ac. Whllo their tnotreaAr. Lt. btaiford June ....... " Lancaitar ..... II 01 a m 1 M pm LeniMTlllc.CiHclHnntiHBtlLvx. "A share in $7 a week, with a prospect of grave concerning these abuses of the man than the cost of common cotton matting. abU success hi been shown la curing " Hcbmood..- - lUtullDpDUOpn lUKtea, Ky " Wlnchtr ,. raise next spring.'' He said this with all who occupies the chair and draws the sal- This new fabric even seems to have qualilUpB ,.. ,. ..,. Arr. I'rl. ......- - 7 M a m IMpm.. -- TOand fairly belongs to ties entirely avperior to ordinary carpets. the deep conviction of a man who knows ary that honestly I S 4W a m'USO p ml Lt. Carlltl. Toos. L. Jones. The Stanford Journal is It can be doctored so as to resist water, just how he stands. " 7l0aia laiom. Tlesdacas.yct Ctrlrr'sLlttlo Urer 7 SO a m( 2 "It is sufficient," she said, with a radi- the only exception we have noticed, and it tire and insects without losing any of the valuabla la Constipation, caring Pllhisje eijoally Arr. MlUtnburg 7U1BI190Opm' lrlt--..- .. and prcTtuUn pm... CoaBctln In m dtpot wilh (at train for thl annoying ant smile. "I am yours, Algernon. A strongly condemns Gov. Knott's abuse of soft elegance which is common' to fine all dlaordcrs complaint, while they alao correct Lt. Leilofton.... 7 00 a mi 1 00 p ml stomach, stimulate the llrer of " larls We have looked in vain for woolen carpets. Sosaith the inventor and anil regulate the the 7 M a m 2Mpm authority. half loaf is better than no bread." bowel. Krtalf the only cut r4 TST&'spsr " Parla . 7 & a mi JM p mi. any words of protest from many others who his friends. ' Cynlhlana..i t SO a mi SZt p m.. Hot Wateii for Colds. Dr. George grew very eloquent on the subject of Gov. The Sireot Route to Lynchburg, Daa ' Falmouth.... 9 J1 a m It. Siitpberd, Hartfcrd, Conn., says, in Blackburn's delinquencies. 10 p Arr. Corlniton.... .'11 10 a m '.... I expect to call down upon mj head the Madisonville ville, BTorfolk, rtrpect to tin U'e of hut water as a anatbemuof all housewives when I make Ache thry wcnld be almeatprlcclrss to thoee who No. Z1 Lt. Let. 5 01 p Arr. Mayirill 8S 40 a m Times. No. 27 Lt. Las. 10pm in. Arr. Mr'lll this dlatrcealns complaint ; but dial agent in l!e tieatoient of infiauimt No. 24 Lt. MayiTlIU 8 I) a in. Arr. Lex. 131am that no woman's bands suicr from goodneeedoe not end hrre, and tho the.bold heir The End ok a Great Newspater Ven- were everstatement No.M Lt. Mayirill pm Arr LetS40piu All Virginia and North Carolina tiou of the mucous membiane, "I have clean enough to knead bread, Who once try tbem wUt find three little pillwilling e No. ( Lt, Cot. S 00 p 12 33 An. Falmouth 7 00 p ra m. In o many ways that they wfllnot be weeks ago a country editor Point. ture A few K Lt. Kalmoulh as agaig'e for the pist No. S M a ra, Arr. Cot. 7 5) a in used hot water todowUboDltacm. Jim after alt sick aci work butter or mix any kind of food with For ticket and lurthtr Information, apply to No. Ss nd 4 dally btwn nichmond, Lexington or eight yeats. In scute pharyngitis started a piper wilh n column and a half the naked hands. And that the cleaner and CoTtnton, all other dally icpt Humlay. your nearest ticket office, or addrea and tonsililis, and in corjza, or cold in "salutatory." The next issue contained the were the more objectionable. It is W.J.llft-saW. K. AKNOI.D.r" to the lie id, if properly used in commence- his "valeiictory," which was ks Ticket and l'au. Ait . AdirtllBt Agl., not dirt to which I object most, but the 340 W JMnlit NI., IxjuIitIU. Ky. "After two weeks struggling for an exof so many live that here l where we Is thelAne ment of ilie attack, it constitutes one of For ticket, rate and Information pertaining lo excretion that comes through the pores of mako our great bo&aU Our pills cum It whlls lI'i'Ai time, connection, Ac, call on or addrrea O. W. NMITII, II. W. VI'LI.KK. our nioat effective remedies, being fre- istence, the further publication of the the skin; the more open the pores the more others do not, W. R. McltOOERTH, Aorht, Carter's Lltllo Liver TOIs sre very small and ()n't Pa'r Agt. 0n'I Uanaer, Cat ceases with this iesue The expenses Ulchmond, Vlrutnla quently promptly curative. To be of serHtanford, Ky. Trry cay to take. One or two pill make a doc of the, efTcte matter thrown cfl' lv nature y aro ttrlctly riyttable end do not prljw or Th C UMtOWN, O W. BENDER. vice it should be used in considerable for the. two weeks were $23 which we yet in this msnneris mingled with the food. puree, but by their penile action pleae all who Paaa. A Frt. Act uperlntendeof upothem. luv!alsiitiicmt flro forfl. Sold quantity (a half pint or a pint ai a time), owe while the income was only $4 50 all Jones of Binghampton. Ky CiTlnton, -by Crultts cvuy where, or tent by mall. TAKE THE- wood. We ciphered it out that at that rate A Krt Agt GEO II McKINNKV.Trar. ! nnd just as hot as the throat will tolerate. Hlantord, Xy. The psy roll of the Missianippr River CARTER MEDICIXE CO.. tt York. I have seen many cases of acute disease at the end of the year we would owe S72S Commission includes not only sixty seven 78 enrds of wood, which thus aborted, and can commend the meth- and have on hand neither the printers nor the paper men engineers and a large number of clerks, OHIO W. MISSISSIPPI Scientific od wilh gnat confidence." would take for pay. Office and a good but as the debate showed no fewer than Americiu. cooks. The sslarits of theeo hand press for sale cheap in a good pay in' forty-fou- r The worst that can befall a boy is to locality. cooks alone amount to $1,800 a month, and Newport Journal, roa Tlla have the liberty to rtay out late at night. excluding all the laborers, the annual exThe following definitions by little people pense of the commission lor personal serviThis is too often a fatal privilege, because it is often during the hours of night that of common dictionary words are said to be ces are over half a million a rear. It is DEALER IN 'Duf Mud with the juice not surprising that the immediate approall the mischief is planued and executed. genuine: raOM The boys who are permitted the freedom squeezed out. Fan A thing to brush priation of a million became urgent. Hardware, Horse 8 ho en, OrocerlcH, SatltlleH, ! of the public streets at all boura of the warm oil with. Ice Water that staid out IValln, Iron, UucciiHware, BuRgy Whlpfi, "Ah," said the nice young man with night are the boys who fill our peniten in the cold and went to sleep. Monkey HiipTgy Whcolf, SIovch, Cauo MIIIh, HarueeW, ''pm.LOUIHVILI.E lo Z , u. I INCINNATI. the Kx,t tiaries anu worktioutes, and bring Borrow A very small boy with a tail. Pig A bangs, as the little boy let him in the othNpoliCH, OrafcH, Older NIUh, Imp Covorn, and the North. Free I'arlor Can to Cincinnati .. .... . an., iLt... Ill .1. .H .t. . upon their relatives and friends. All hog's little hoy. Salt What makes your er evening, "Ah, my little man, Is your iiu i ..uowpiui varaio iincmnau. WaDlD-ioRltuf, N(ouowaro, Corn Sliollcrn, Collars, lUltlroore, i'hlladelpblaand Nw Vork.wlth. should keep their boys off the potatoes taste bad when you don't put any sister athome?' "Yea she's at home, but parents outcbanre. Letting oft" sleep. Wake- she isn't expecting you." "And how do Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Flowi, Woodon and on. Snoring streets and at home at nights. aT.LOUIH and Ih.H'eet. fulness Eyes all the time coming unbut you know she isn't expecting me?" "Cause Northweat W11?3 Cait Fnmpi, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin HoofHouthWMt, wilh Palace Nleeplni: Judge Iltugia has no conception whatCan on night train, LouUtIIU to HU LouU. heard her tell ma that you're too mean to toned. I ing and Gutteriug will have prompt attention. ever of the dignity of his portion, and is and she didn't ex Mary Anderson declares she will never hire a horse and ilehrh l draggling his judicial ermine eontinually while the snow lasted," marry. We once knew a young lady who pect to see, you d in the dirtiest cess pool of politics. A lady writes to know how is the best he certainly is, but totally lacking declared the same thing before she met and action which us. Now she is a wife and the mother of way to preserve a piano. The best way to in that decorum of speech "i'.'0 n,d ,,n?. No,,n wlln X Coaches and Inclining C hair Cars through without change. his high position. three children. All that's the matter with preserve a piano is to cut it up in quarters, should characterize is that the right in in hasn't wander- take out the core aod boil the pieces until Kentucky will congratulate herself when Mary LOOK AT THIS Wallace Gruelle in Breck- they are about half done, Then make a Glasgow ed her way. be retires from the Bench. Th2:ttr. w . Exprsas (dally) from LoulTllle V.u I f ? Bleplng Can from Loulirlllo to New inridge News. Times. syrup of sugar and pour it over the pieces, lPHARMAC!ST8 ork without change, arrlrlng at Waablngton . p, m. ntxtday I held her little hand in mine, As at the Engineering in China has achieved a after which they can bo put up in cans or DaULKRS IK- In this way will rink we skated, And met the glances of her notable triumph in the construction of a jars. Pianos preserved Hours Ahead of All Competitor!, freighted. Iler bridge at Langang, over an arm of the keep all winter. eyes, With purest love-ligh- t Books, Enilgrantaand fla th.O.A M. U'y hare Through Day Coaches on all train. HaTe pretty face was very near; I stooped and China Sea. It is five miles long, built enDr. L. II. Washington says that when no midnight change. ArrlTe at St. Loul 2 hour fondly kissed her, And all the other fellows tirely of stone, has thtee hundred arches pneumoniu attacks the steady, djuare Pnytyclanj' pretcilptlom accurately compounded lit adjance of other line, thereby securing more ... time for making chanifani nr n,i .i.i.r,. Also seventy feet high, and the roadway is sev- drinker, one who carries regularly his pint wished They too could kiss my alaler. choice of aeat fit canof connectIn2 llnea. enty feet wide. The pillars are seventy-fiv- e to a quart of whisky dally, the treatment Bloomfield (N.J) Citizen. I InadTsnwof other lines to Indlanapolli and JEWEfiEHHl Chlcaioand the only line glTlnlta patrons a feet apart. comes exclusively under the domain of the ride along the aboreaof Lake Michigan. Pay no, was An old maid, Jane Catherine TIIK ror ticket, rate, Urns, map, Ac. spply to recovery eWaaieWieglitsred. Those unhappy persona who suffer froii undertaker, as the first case of Trsds Mali, married in Martinsburg, W. Va , to Mrs. Ticket AKenta ol connecting llnea or addrei It. H. IHIO WN. Bouthern Pjenger Agt., Largest Stock of Watches, Anale Ilinton. The groom has recently nervousness and dyspepsia should use Car- hag yet to be reported. 8. h.Cor. Fourth A Main iU.,Lou"TllIe. e weir ic Silverware Clocks, J don Bed mala apparel and explained that ter's Little Nerve Pills, which are made exA Baltimore firm that advertises extenW. W. PEA I10DY, w. 811 ATTUO, Erer brougbtlto thl market. Price Lower than aen'l Manager. QenMPaiMnger Agt physicians said thire was no doubt of her pressly for sleepless, nervous, 'dyspeptic suf- sively sent to the postoffice seventeen tons Clock and Jewelry U. Cincinnati. a the LoweetliWatchr, ferers. Price 25 cents, all druggist. paired on ihort notice and;Wrranted. perfect, masculinity. of almanacs the other dJy. J. D. HILL, Paueoger Agent, Lsbanoo.Ky. jL i The News "v.1 Journal for - THE BEST PATENTS ,v LINIMENTS fr A let best-know- MEXICAN a( LIVER Complaints ATTtHtNEY IAW, of iurnit) im ffS MUSTANG Court-hou-- 1-- T .lit-raa- . LINIMENT Brulin ""i SOO-l- l)ln-eaa- es, bu-bin- sea-has- h salt-hors- ,e$X&J ' "MONON KOUTJE." Railway. Louisville, New Albany THE BEST 'n SC0.Dya Pullman Pnlnco Carsl LINIMENTS CINCINNATI! 2 " aub-Ject- to . with-outsayi- For Rent! I or Nt-rak- CARTER'S BVER PILLS. high-bande- d I 3fcf Du-tin- t, lltul lllm . Kentucky's Koute East llllpn .. . sharp-toothe- d CUBE rrl. . 1 1 ... a soiSTtrain WASHINGTON CITY. SICK IHin MyTl. . . e HEAD ACHE . I lllpnL forta-Batly- -t Itlin, vain-abl- Spooial Ratog Emigrants. , O-- n'l W. H. HIGGINS f East,West lO i I and North Louisville Tisnlno n, Tai-ene- Hours mmp ffiiifi ViUHstef -- 2.-- Drugs, Stationery and Fancy Articles. Ilome-cVekt- rs 12-- j