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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884020101 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. ' Semi "W 111 Inteftof X.-NUM- i ill J(!?4i? lilCWU NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER VOLUME Sknu-S8lwhln BER 510. A STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1,1884. A Litre 220. Inlcriorounml - - - Editor and Proprietor W. P. WALTON, ruMlthcit TitcHtlay miff Friday, tta.oo lJEll ANNUM Whaa paid strictly Id advanco. I waitanr lira. B'i.no will If we lure to charxed. Three Cheers For Jackson. Hon. Y. L. Jackson, Jr., of Louisville, made the following fine speech In advoc Unj the pasaagv.of the 0 G. It. & N. H. It , Ui exemption bill, over the Governor' Mtt. Spkakkh I sincerely regret the ab sence of the member from Lincoln, who li kept away by sickness. Were he hero he could ably defend his bill, but in bin ab eenoe I, an a member of the committee which favorably reported thii bill to the Houae, desire to express my disapprobation of this veto for three reason. First, because it ii in violation of all precedent; rwcond, because It U contrary lo thedecia-!oof our highest courts, both State and Federal; third, because it Is an obitruclipn to the prosrr4 of internal Improvements in oar Btate This Teto message I fortiof the text booki, fied by the platitude It contain a small lecture on the policy of rach legislation, I appreciate, Mr, the effort of the Governor to restrain impolitic Ursula lion, but at the same time I think that question btlongs, to the Lec.lslature. While we may thank hi excellency we n ought not to obey hiiu. The case of tk. McQuillan's heirs, Sth Dina, cited br the Governor to sustain his theory, doe iiot contain any qtiwtlon of exemption from taxation. Hut in the cue of the Commonwealth vi. Johmion, 7th Dana thu question was considered and decided gainst tbe potition taken by the Governor. A. more recent case ia that of the K and P R. it. vs. Trustee of Klinbctlilown, decided by our Court of Appeals, Judge Hindaay delivering the opini u. T e i tion in that cae waa a clause in the character of the railroad exempting it from taxation until completed. The court held that thin exempted it from Htate, county sod municipal taxation. Thii authority in cvrtsinlr of" equal dignity with (he opinion of the Governor. Like authority to "? Wilmingthii may be found in tl r ton, tk. Keed 13th W.iiaj.. Lulled Htate Supreme Court report. The Governor' veto seem to be batil on the ground that no public service i rendered by the railroad. Ldenvthis. I a ly, air, that a railroad doe render public service. It i to carry the public, and the Lgtata-lur- e undertake lo control it. I waa more than gratified when I read the message of Die Governor ent to the two houe at the beginning of this soarilon. He rpoke of tbe progreaa of our beloved State, and of the "proaraateau tariff." I confess I did not fully understand this last term, but when I had finished tbe paper I exclaimed, "A great and good Executive!'' lint, air, when X read this mege vetoing the little bill of my friend from Lincoln, I waareminded ot ton expression "Who killed Cock Robin?" I think thii veto i a atab at the progress of the Htate I desire now mot earnestly to eater my protest againat this attempted interference by the Executive with the powers of this House ui clearly established by the constitution and the law. This peech waa the event of the day in the house, it was delivered in Mr. Jack-eon'- s usual earnest, impressive style, and was listened to attentively by all the mem bers. At In conclusion there was considerable applause, which was promptly checked by the Siker. Mr. Tslbott moved to refer (he bill and message to the Committer on Judictarr, in order that his friend Hill might be allowed to address the House in regard to it, and it was so ordered. A Story of the War. a few In a routn Nashville street-ca- r days ago, two or threo men were talking about cases of mortal agony, where the suffering became sometimes so grct that the sufferer preferred death, and one or two cased were mentioned where, under the pressure of pain, the victim had begged to Lex-togtocom-petled Tto Little Mild for Him. "You may talk about the necessity of supporting the government and taxes and all that, but I am shouting, gentlemen, that you ain't going to have no good whisky a long aa you nuke the manufacturer pay tax. You hear me?" "We regard this as a pretty good article,' remarked one of the customers, with an uneasy glance at the "Good for Brooklyn," absented the critic, with a snifTof disdain. "I say, lur keeper, ever been in the Tennessee 'Mountains?'' said tliaf he had. The Then, bar keener, vu have lasted whli ky. None of this business about that brew, I want to be recorded as eh, that there U a man standing in this multitude as has drank whisky in his Gil 'em up again. You life. don't feel uneasy about your money, do you? You understand that a Tennesjeean is ordering Ihl stuff, don't you ?" "That's all right," smiled the That's my Btate. Order whatever you want." "I think this is a little better than the last drink," ruminated the man frnm Ten he poured down an awful sling nessee,-had handed him. "Is this the out of the private keg? This ii the thing you keep for sickness." ' Best there is in the market. You can't expect to get here the stuff you are accus-tome- d to at home, but there ain't no better to be had ar jund in this stctlcn thin I have just poured out for you." assented the "Right you are, other. "There Is something about that tap that remind me more of home than anything 1 have been drinking In the North. . You ain't anx-SoDo that again, about your money, are you?" wasn't anxious about No the anything when a man from Tenneesee was ordering, and the drinlct wore set out once more. "Don't have the slightest feeling about " being able to collect, do you, grinned the Tenncsseean, at he leaned on the counter and studied the bar-keepbar-keep- ? Uar-keer. . bar-keepbu-keep,- " bsr-kerpbar-keepbar-leep?bar-keep- er Criticism. face. The following musical criticism from an Aurora (III.) paper is full of strong contemporaneous human interest: "The Kellogg concert, as might have been anticipated, was largely attended. The dollsr frerze out was rather lough on tbe hoodlums, but the audience managed to exist without the customary The divine Louise was as resonant as usual, which, by the way, she ought to be, being The editor of tbl paper makes no great pretentions in the way of musical criticism, but when a genuine $000 , twist, grand spiral chronometer balanced, fourth proof, rip snorting conglom eration come to town, he proposes to hump himself. Kellogg'a disphragm has evident ly not, like wine, improved with old age. Her upper register is up stairs near the skylight, while tbe lower register is closed for repairs. The aforesaid 'Kellogg performed her grand triple act of singing, rolling her eyes and talking to some one in the wings at the same time. Her smiles M the audience were calm, but determined, but her smites at the "feller" hid behind the rcenei) were divine. Her singing, when she condescended to pay any attention to tbe audience, to our critical ear (tbe other eat being carefully folded up), seemed to be a blending of tbe fortissimo crescendo dim-fi-nor care either. Her costume was a harmonious blending of the circus-ten- t and balloon style and was very gorgeous, barring a tendency lo spill some of the contents out at the top. The Italian part of the business was a fidgety and as furious as usual and demonstrated what and early associations with the hand-orgamonkey will accomplish. The venerable and obsese freak of nature, Brignoli, was as graceful as usual. His appearance very nearly resembles a stove in a corner groon a narrow gauge cery, or a water-tan- k railroad. He was not fully appreciated until he turned to go off the stage. He then appeared to the best advantage and to take an interest in getting out of eight a soon as possible, an effort in which he had the sympsthy of the audience." war-whoosub-sand back-actionn Kentucky Interesting Statistics. In thirteen tears, closlrg June 30, 1S83, the State has paid $7,080,283.11 for charitable purposes. Sixty-oncounties pay a net revenue to the State, Jefferson paying the largest amount, $101,823.29; Kenton next, e x M'ROBEIlTo&oTAGG Opera House Block, Drug, Chemical, Pal n (n, OllH, $33,-1)00.2- 4. Fifty-eiare pauper counties that is, their expenditures exceed the revenue. $8,827.21; Clay county drew from the State in 1833 the remaining pauper counties smaller amounts. There Is a surprising and unexplained increase in me amount uaid out ot tne Sute Treasury fjr the support of idiots kept by committees within the ten ytar past. In 1873 the amount was $23,2(14 24; In 18S3, $05,171 25. Stanford, M iiiew. Ky;T Wall Paper, 1SOOUH, Stationery, MunpH, .Liquor. OlfCAI-H- Lumps, ?e futHcry, Another startling fact is in the distribu- style. tion of Idiots. Casey county, with a population of 10,033, b.-- 20 idiots supported by tbe State; HarUn, with a population of 5,- 278, 21; Pulaski county, population 21,318, 30. On tbe other hand, Bjone, population 12,000, 3; Carter county, population 12,345, none; Carroll county, population n.Vo.f, none; Kenton county, population 43,913, 5. The number of legal voters in the State is 308,013 -- 311,759 white, 56,254 colored. In Lincoln county, 2,183 white, 703 colored. Auditor's Iteport. From West Virginia comes the interesting intelligence that a resident of the vil-o- f Best, near Martinsburg, who was born and brought up female, has become male; that the transformation lias been verified by medical experts, and, to place confirmation be fond all question, tbe he that was she has put on man's clothes and taken to himself . wife, who accepts him with entire confidence. It appears that as soon as she realized the wished for transfiguration, she lo-- t no time in doing the part of a man by taking a wife. What a reproach this Is so the laggards who were horn male, who are putting off this duty till a more convenient season, while spending their subttancein fiendish indulgences. $823,106,131 $720,-762,3- Our Jew elrr, Sllrervf are and Optical Goods Department Is In Charge erCJL Thos. Ilicharug, who will Repair Watches and Clocks Promptly and la tho beat ItiHtrticmcnts, Pocket Cutlery ToimccoH, fire Arms, MucIiIb Needles. Mimical BC.O. 'FLTJFTJETZ'. make second to none in city or country. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley I have received and am still receiving New Goods for Fall and Winter, comprising the best in the market, which will be gotten up in style and B A jti UNDERTAKER, Iealei' in. U'm-nitnrAND e ! Net the least. The parently the lean anxious house. Would they have some more with the gentleman from Tenntwee, who was a perfect gentleman, and knew good whisky and don't you forget it. And they took It ones more, and another after that, and then the Tennesee man announced that he had been mistaken in him-re- ll all along. He had been firmly with the idea that he had some money in his packet, but an investigation had shown him that he had been fearfully "Would the barand wonderfully keeper be good enough to chalk it on a pitce of ice and far nothing more about ii? said certainly. Just And the let it drop right where it wa. They had only been drinking vitrol out of the bur glar alarm battery and he didn't feel as tho' his license would allow him to collect for It. Would tbe gentlemen ba good enough to consldder that they had been drinking with him. and take one moro fot friend ship's sake. Hut they all declined, and filtered out at the door with pale glances at the Tennessee man, whom they expected to slay the barkeeper wijh his eye. But the Tenneee man leaned forward with a smile and said he thought it was a little mild for the best tbey had tn the market, but he would take if he would another with the be so infernal mean in pouring out not bir-keepim-preuil-Ie- d. bar-keepbar-keep- was apman In the Mich took a mild cigar, while the Tennesiee man reveled in the vitrol and thought of home and the charms of good.ntruiig whlnky, ss compared with Urooklyn the watery stuff ol the North. bar-keep- little drinks. And the Kagle bo killed. "I wonder whether anybody ever killed a pernoii under these circumstances to get them out of misery' said the reporter. Said a a prominent lawyer of this city, who was on the car. "Let me teU you moiething. Just after one of the bloody battles of the late war the Confederate army was retreating. Under a tree by the xoadside eat a poor Confederate eoldier, hot in half a dozen places, with both arm and both lege broken. He was crying out In his terrible agony, begging some one for God's sake to kill him and end his suflering. A company of Louisiana Tigers waa passing by, and one of them hearing tho cries stepped out of the ranks and tbo large knife he carried at hla Bide. The wounded soldier was a slender, man and had no whiskers except a small goatee. Taking him by the goatee the "Tiger" raised his bead and deliberate-cu- t hi throat from ear to ear, wiped the bloody blade on the graw and stepped back into his place, leaving the dead solAmerican. dier leaning against the tree mid-die-ag- Senator FkyeV. Panic Account. "I see," said Senator Frye, "that a Washington paper in a very complimentary notice seti me down a poor man, not worth over That's too much Bui the fel$'.23,000. low who wrote that does not know the reason I am so poor. Itcimo about in this wise: I was brought up in a Quaker family and when in my boyhood I got a chance to go up to Boston, my Quaker grandfather gaye me $5 to spend. I did not know any boys in Boston and I could think of no way to have $5 worth of fun without boys. So When I I kept tho money in mj pocket. home my grandfather asked me how I got had spent the $5, and, with the air of one who had done a virtuous action, said: 'I did not spend it at all, grandfather; I aaved it and have it in my pocket.' Whereupon my grandfather aaid: 'You may give me I gave yon bacK tho money, William. money to spend at Boslon.' Ever that since that," said, the Senator, "I have n known better than to save money. Journal. (Me.) Lew-isto- Two Beauties. This U the fate of a fat beauty: At Twelve Plump, fit and Weight, 70 pounds. At Sixteen Plumper, fatter, exuberant and a butting bud. Weight, 120 pounds, At Twenty A hlo'som bloomed, voluptuous, exuberant. Weight, ICO pound. n Juno. At Twenty five A Muaive, statuesque. Approaching heroic size. Imposing. Bein to ftad car seats too small. Wedges when she sits down. Very exuberant. Weight, 180 pounps. At Thirty Matronly. Imposing still, but the finer contour of form swallowed up slightly in adipoe. Magnificent, but barrel like. Large. large. Too At Thirty-fiv- e Complexion brick red. Double chin. Short of breath. Weight, 200 pounds. At Forty Gone. Itemaina of a once msgnificent woman. Vast remains. Imposing ruins. More double chin. Walk a waddle. Ssd. Weight, 220 pounds. This is the fate of a thin beauty: At Twelve Sickly, pale and uninteresting. Weight. 40 pound. At Sixteen Delicate, slender, sprightly and graceful. Weight, 80 pounds. . At Twenty A study for a painter Lithe, sinuous, Grecian in face and mould. Weight, 100 pound. Queenly in form and At Twenty-fiv- e motion, with a peachy complexion, with sumll, delicate band and wee little feet Weight, 120 pounds. Beginning to fade; veins At Thirty show on hand, cheek bones just iudicateJ. Weight 10j pounds. AtThirty-fiv- e Eyes retreating; fine lines on forehead; cheek concave; form wiry. Weight, ninety pounds. uose At Forty Face hatchet-shaped- ; and chin very sharp; two holes where the cheeks were; hands like claws; form all gone; a living ekeleton. Weight, seventy pounds. Moral You buys your wedding ring Graphic. and takes your chance. full-blow- Last year Uncle bam shipped abroad worth of stuff, imported worth, and has stowed away a comfortable hundred millions in hi pockets. It would seem that the old fellow ought to be ruddy, able to stand treat to the untaxed cigars. A country girl wrote to her lover: "Now, George, don't fale to be at the singing-schotonight." George wrote back that bright lexicon of youth there no in the such word as "fale." ol Full and complete nsaortuiciit of Furniture, embracing everything from tlie Cheapest to the Finest Parlor Suites. Nex need to go to the large cities to make your purchases, no matter what quantity or quality you want, as I can and will duplicate any prices you can obtain elsewhere, freight being added. A 1st a full assortment of Cotllns, Caves, Nhrouds ami Itobes, eiBbnc ing all the New Styles, both cheap and expensive. Ware opposite St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Ky. e, An Answer Wanted, of KIJDey or Ltier Can any one bring ui a e ConipUlnl that Electric Bitten will not ipeeJIly cure? We say they cn not, as thounadi of caes a 35 5 i S--d alrtaJy permineDtly cured soil whoaredslly will proie. BrUht's Wok Back, or ny urlnsry compUlnt iulcklr currJ. Tliey purify the blood, re gultte tbe bowels sod act directly oo tbo dlieas- d ptrts. Ivrry lottle gusrsnteed. For sale at SOc a bottle by Penny & McAlliter. We, Dltle, Electric D I Iters, e 90 TI 1 M o 3 o H THE CINCINNATI WEEKLY NEWS, A NATIONAL Metropolitan Journal. Full of Enterprise.- - ft o in Wwm C2 CSFSk 0 LI o PaaaaaaaBBaSlwA'X'aVSflsaaB KB Published Bv Tint GEO. D. WEAREN Commission Merchant AND- - PEOPLE. Eight Pages 64 Columns, Containing ill the news, correct turkt reports, well wlectol uiUcsllanr. brilliant siorlrs-- ln Weekly 1'sper fct, tbe toTorlto United States. of tbe Central Maiiixfactui'ei's5 DEAK.EK 4.geixt, At a mlcroacopU exhibition lo Iloston re centl v, tho atlng of a honey bee was thrown upon the screen, the point of which waa bo sharp aa to be hardly distinguishable. At the same time the lineal of needles waa shown, under the same power of the micro-sccpand the end of tbe needle measured five Inchea across. A curious freak of a recent wind alorm at Arcade, N. Y., wa tbe rolling up of r.vllnders. not bills, of snow, liuny of ThoM unhappy persona who sutler from like a mufl. ,On one In Philadelphia, during the year 1833, nervousness and dyspepsia should use Car- which were hollow, farm near there were over 100 of these 235 caies of mysterious disappearances Nerve Pills, which are made ter's Little curiosities, rolled up as perfectly as though were reported to police quarters, out of for sleepless, nervous, dyspeptic which number only 45 were ever found, they had been turned in a lathe. Price 25 cents, all druggist. e, Quite an excitement waa produced at Bangor, Me., a few nights ago by the exposure of a pretended materialization medium. Mr. S. E. Whitney and wife, of Brockton, Miw., came thero a week ago Saturday and have been giving seances, which were attended by many prominent citizens. The parties suspecting fraud arranged for attending the seance and exposed the fraud by grasping the medium, Mrs. Whituey, by the hand and holding her until the lights were turned on, although severely bitten by her. Mr. Whitney made an assault on tho roan holding her hand, but ho wssarrcited by a policeman, who Whitwas in the room by arrangement. ney waa placed in the lockup. All present acknowledged the complete exposure of the fraud. There is a time muddle in Louisville. The banks will not recognize standard time until the Mayor officially declares it the time of the city; some of the schools ate kept on old time and others on standard time, and, although the railroad companies run trains on the new time, they require their employeei to work on the old hours. STANFORD, KENTUCKY, IS Cincinnati News Publishing Co. At tbe fallowing Hay, Grain, Wool, Field Seeds, Buggies, Carriages, Spring Wagons. Farm Wagons, Carts, Reapers, Mowers, Grain Brills, Corn Drills, Corn Planters, Plows Harrows, Hay Hakes, Feed Cutters, Com Planters, Cider Mills, Cane Hills, Pumps, Iron Fencing, Saw Mills, En gines, Threshing Machines, Hose uemng, And, lu fact, everything pertaining to Agricultural MHOblnery Olllco and Ware Ilooms oppoHlie Mt. Ahuph Hotel, N tamer VcccUble aa J riawtr Seed CUUr &s U reaalt arutrtr years' exrU ti rawer will ke Mat rrea taall whaas a AUaayB4Uwarraatedtfca freak aa4 te aame, to (fcr thai akaald II rTa elkaaa wke,laretraU.ardcnfTatU. M J! tlaa ef i testable tteed, one or U, alreWbe faawd taaaj AaicrUaa CaUdne,ta larse part aril tfawon gvawlaa. Aata rfetaal latradaoer arKaUaaa HaalTHarbaak HassaaaT t'auuea. MarMekc4 Karl Car Ike JSak. bard Hqaaah, sad scores of atkerasV asm ifc I.Vt 7 - I -. lia .. Datraaamar the aatlM. 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Jacobs, Logan Caldwell, Jno. Con(irk&maK E wWi Maikly, republi Umm iih mi) r(ra).tiIiTiintk. Skmi-ffiBkl- B $nterior$ouriral can from South Ctrolinn, died at Washing- Company ha been incorporated in Ne Inprenyl l.r.r IvpultrfiirilrrnrH. C. Archibald, v l..ll.,.f W. H. Briggs, P. .rlUViworKriitiiitn. 11. P. WAXjTfUt tnniMMI'.IAl A; uriwcMi B. G. I'nyle, Henry Briggs, J. W.' Guest, 1MiIiiiiii. ton Monday night of inllamalion of the York with a capital limited to $20,000,000 Ktlut IMiriimi koM hi WaSlN'X'JkWVL'i OlupKlilf.MftUunen A Nf ARl'i. A bowlder as large a as fr eight car roll Jr, Charles Irvine, J. TauI Hendricks, LANCASTER, KV. February 1, 1884 bowels, which will give another escort a Stanford, Ky., C. Offlre orer Clllteni National Rank. Office houra chance for nnother disgraceful spree at tbo d down from a mountain on to the track W. B. Mathews, Harry Whltthorne, W. from S to 12 a. m. and from 1 to 3 r. u. of the Nashville it Chattanooga Railroad Whitthome, Jr., O. T. Skillman, C. L. expense of the Governmnnt. EDITOR . P. WALTON. HAM M. BTJHDETT, and a parenger train ran into it. The ATT-OlMVliSLEGISLATIVE DOINGS. At Mrs. Emily Creed, Mies Emma Creed engineer was killed, and there were half a I oner ror tateur vatelr my. farm of :tt LANCASTER, KV. Nlcbolaatllle ACItKS, iIiummI7 A bill has pis-e-d Doth Houses to pro- doztn seriously injured. and "Miss Virginia Gregory, who have been on Hickman Creek, miles M. K..ol county. The Wltl practice In Oarrard and adjoining conotlM In Jewamlns .Every day's observation confirms the hibit the sale of liquor in McKenny, and Court of Appeali. ami clorer and li In gool (ISt-jyMrs. Mnry Page, of Oshkosh, Wifcon-tin- , spending several months at the Clemens land It In blue-gri.theory-- that our penal code requires fur Krowloc any crop lulled to thli part of Lincoln county. has sued the New York World and House, are to leave Friday for Augusta, the Hate and li well adapted to growing In the press pt and thorough ieTlion. of Gov. Knott has vetoed another bill other papers for $150,000 apiece for libel Ga., where they will remain the rest of The ItnproTemenli ronilit if a frame dwellingwa 7 roonu with )orcli ml rellar, a well oikooiI BJitler of punlohmtnt for petty crimes a that incorporating the Cincinnati and Cov- on account of an article which traveled the the winter. An elegant dinner comple- ter near the door, a good ham, liable and wigun hed and other nrcvMiry out building. An orrlianr is absolutely needed. This ques-.lie- ington Pier Bridge Co. rounds of the press intimating that she mentary to these ladies, which was largely chard, itock water abundant and conenlent Ac. ig preying more and more clamorousThe fencing on the creak It mtitly of atone. I'len-t- f worn-e- n Senator Walton wants to make extended, was given by Mr. and Mrs. Ake had murdered her husband. of tluilx-- r for lenclog purpura aud fence! intil-)- y wr consideration. In the al. ly rer ineligible to the office a'f Librarian and In good repair, locatluii ! ronrenlenl to homicides in on Wednesday, of which the following was Thsre were forty-thre- e Church, Kbool and mill, 1 will mII Ibe property fleece of minor punishment for minor it Chicago has introduced a bill to that effect, during the year 1883, but not a the low and on eaiy ttruulo part In detlrlng a home alter-satir- e otir courts are shut up to the MENU. orwllldlvld It to lull purchaieri. would be best to pass it. single conviction for murder in the first If not sold by Mr. I. I will rent tmellabl paracquittal on the ground of of SOIT. Senator Taclbee, of Morgan, has in- degree, while twenty-twMHH, 51. A. lWHHPRIWKIt. ties. escaped altogeth- OjtWrScup. Oxtail 5up. V'03 S mo. TutkySoup. llanly, P. O., Ky. or the penitentiary for the preser-Tjmtio- troduced a bill to allow women to vole on er, and others tried were, all but two, given Mock Turtle. of justice. In the former case all questions in which the sale of spiritu shoit terms in the penitentiary. mkats tciar. naturally leads to further and ous or vinous liquors ara involved, VALUABLE Foster repeated in New Rout Rib Bt. with Cipt-ic. transgressions, and in the latter gnater Ilo:i of Bt, Brown ()rT. The Committee on MomIs and Kelt York the opinion be expressed in WashLoin ot IW, with Cnrrint Jelly. Stanford Town Lots for Solo. .rire punishment often and in case of oei gion reported a bill to prohibit dealing ington, that Arthur could not carry Ohio. BXTSIEXS. lain classes of offences, always is far too in futures or margins known as bucket He thinks the Ohio delegation wilt go to Kldorys, vlthEptcd Wlos&uce. the vindication of justice. Wo shops, and their operations in the State of Mriees for I offer for 11U primely at low price and on Fried Oysters, the Convention unpledged, and under cervery reiuonibte termi. OVEH Jh'IJhTV oed a law to meet effectually the cases in Kentucky. quail oo Tout, a U Creole. a tain circumstances will support Sherman. TitlfN M.OTSU the North half limits of the are qaoetion. The public mind is becoming Roitlrk,"FrltJ," cllrof SUnfonl.of aMora than Court ol themand a Col. Sam.Burdett got four votes for Houm. mile l the whhlna third been VIOKTABLIS. Extenjtapresscd with a seiwe of this necessity, U. S. Senator. Wednesday. GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. of a mils of Now this numibr of ihrmwltbln Muhed FoUtot. tolled Blc. Boiled PoUfors. lbs Junction depot, excellently for anal the public voice is beginning to cry seems to be solution of the vexed question. Lancaster. SwMt Corn. SUlnc Ileaoa (nw.) engiged tn builne! or bite impkynimt at tfora remedy. The opponents of the Let Sam be made the nominee and stop the that point. CabU(e ijlawed. W. II. Smith, the leading merchant of - ToTMr8tk uf Tbew lots am the Tery belt and raot biullful-l- y of the lash dwell fnepoaed RKL1IIIKS. child's play that is going on ni(ht after Hu'tonville, has been in town this week and conveniently situated for roldenre that disgrace and the cruelty of night. Worcsterhlrt Suc. Tomsto Catinp. Cheese. bata err bn oflere I lor ial In Mlanford. and visiting his family. Mr. Louis C Hopper, iny prices and termi are luth si to plae It In the Chow Chow. Cueumlmr Pleklss. With strange inconsistency Ifee ordeal, ot any Induilrloua mm U lecur one of The following has passed the House: of Decatur, III., formerly of this place, i liorM lUddlib. power tor a Uojie. Fiesch Muitsrd. them tbey are willing to incarcerato the offender rLsiN They all Hont upon new ilreeta, which hueluit And now have the Beat That our Senators and . Representatives in visiting his mother here. Stock in Cen belt In tMiafod. ier yearn In the State prison for a petty Congress be, and they are hereby request- ruin Light Bied. Oytter Creekirt. KysBrtsd. been opened, the bioadeet andKentucky. Mt of W. J. King died at his home in tral Kentucky. They have Parlor The eoll liai rich ai any in Cods Crscken. (Wahtin I'.iesd. ft, inflicting on him and hit unoflend-ma- g ed to lend their earnest efforts tn cause the aa tq require 110 grading and lbs tie the lint lit level ( Monday miming after an illness and Bed Room Sett, Carpet. tvricKT risTsy, ery beat well water can b had at a depth of from family, not only disgrace but protractbill tntroduoed by the Hon. A. of several days with pneumonia. He was Mlore ris, a la Matrh. Breid Cuilird, purveyed M to W lee I Cane and Penitentiary t rold to none but white perauna. and these falling especially They will ed smfleilng with Compliments to th Oureti looking lo the assistance of common schools a man of fine business qalificatioos and A imp of them an l seen at my offlrw. Chairs, Marble Top, Milk. Tea. Coffee. Breathe innocent ones and perhaps JOS 4 mo. IT. II. MH.I4KU. to be passed as speedilv as possible. will be greatly missed by his miny friends. Stanford, Ky. Centre Stand ExKUTS, iC. by means of pinching want, to a B. M. Burdett and wife have rtturned Bsnscas. Almonds. FttrU. Orsocet. tension Tablet, cruelty RELIGIOUS. eaaiatsion of like offences. The New Fecc. Engllih Wilnuu. from their visit to Florida. They spent Woven Wine. Cot-te- n COMMISSIONER'S is imaginary. True there is suffering plea Celery. Eotllih Cndlet. Eld. J. B. Grubbs will preach at Rush six weeks there and have returned much Brail) NuU. Top andHalr Mat-treue- i. tern oath the lash; but when applied by the delighted with the climate. Mr. Burdett's Branch next Sunday at 11 o'clock, A.M. PAINT LICIt, GARRARD COUNTY. Folding Bed Loon. neatcnce of the law and by a responsible Aa Muter Commluloner of the. Cawy Circuit Dr.Guerant is conducting a revival at orange grove will make a poor yield this gei.-Be- di & Coti, Wardrobei Court, I iball proceed lo offer for ills it the G. K. Hackley is home on a visit. is only temporary. But executioner it dour In liberty. Ky , to the blgbeil bidder Mt. Sterling and "gathering them in" at year in cansrquence of the extreme cold and Sofai, and Everything Elie A little girl of Mr. J. C Rucker fell In it public auctlou,on who can tell the secrets of prison ditcip weather this winter. the rale of twelve a night. SubscripKept in a Fint-cla- u Furniture Storts- the fire last Saturday and was badly burn- MONDAY, rEimUAKY 25, ..IbUm the most feaifjl form of human ! 9 During the cold snap recently experitions to thi-- amount of $4,000 have been obed. slavery the flagellations, the ingenious GrnmilHfetl Nugnr a cndlt tained for a new Presbyterian church and enced, the Board of Trustees of our town There was a party in the suburbs of County Court day, upondeacrtbed of ill and twelte tortures resorted to by cruel taskmasters, its building will begin at once. )roity,liwll. niculbi, the following distributed beef, meal and coal to the des- town Tuesday night and the girls took s is the cloistered recesses of the prison to Preachers can not be too particular titute negroes in our midst. Those who snsp judgment on the boys. When they A Form Consisting of About 125 Acres C5!r- nee from the shrinking captive the larg- about not wounding the feelings of thote had to depend on their daily libjr arrntigura a drink the girls OfBiit.clau Ureeo River bottum Imd, with a new est return of the product of brain and who pay them to preach. Rev. E J. to support large families of indulent would go ouj to take barn and ant large dwelling bourn I hereon, would lock the doorand keep them out. jauscle to increase the gains of those who other newry outbuilding, ind 300 Acre of a suil adjolol.ig ad convenHaynes spoke strongly from the pulpit children have suffered severely. Died, on the 28th Inst, the infant hold bis destiny? Or who can read the ient tberrlo. Mid landa II on the Mlddleburg Uiulivllle. k; .Onclnsitl. f) , and Julian. lolia, Hon. CF. Burn am, of Richmond, is daughter tf Mr. Champ Shumate against monopolies, which Charles Pratt, It .1 True Vork turnpike rod, about 10 mile beluw Ind.,daleranHelnway . .loaf, lacker meanings of the long agony of those who, Hn. A tvi a member of the church and a 'standard oil attending Circuit Court. Mr. K D. Cook seemed to be doing well eeer since its birth Liberty, and known a a pari of Ibe Add I (onli Wil- J!""! J A (. f""her- - v , ll.lj,ti A one Iki. iCultice, Iprtgbt and S.jaire strong hand of father, liams farm. rld laim li well watered ind seeprired of the Piano Korlea; county, AI In director, did not relish. From that the was sworn in a attorney at the Lancaster Monday, when it was tsken with a of the Bneet Hock farmi Hobt laterW'tlllami will alo lb. cbuolorr and llamiilon Organ. 1. toother, son are feebly fighting the cruel trouble grew und now Mr. Haynes has had bar Wednesday. Hon, M. J: Durham was until the rime lime and place jiirniaeniix,iiiai lo spnMii and died in three ipisrlers of an hour iwll hl farm comlitlng of alout IOO Aerea ot vw.. .. twn igive pncriand lerim vo ull irgtl ir jbur orueia till fettle of life in the almost despairing hope to resign the pastorate of the Washington attending court during the week. There land about prlcei ind termi (lren Klver ami tloie Creek bottom adjoining afterwards. ,IWI; loO Aerro of good llmtire.t land efJiia enlargement? Or put the question Avenue Baptist Church at Brooklyn. are no ftlony cases to be tried in this Ciriuie A vonng man of Kirksville was to have thereto, the lirm Ulog In a hlsh whole ol cultiva-! basis. Consider it merely as ofwbal sa.aaother tion, tba two lalei euibrtrlrg the cuit Court. We are becoming a very peace- btn msrried last week, so he made all known ailhe Aildlwn Wllllarai firm ind sptU40 NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. ai question of economy, and again we see & Acrcaortotlotu land additional able, quiet community and order prevails and went tfler bis (air bride; 117i:. A. ritK WITT. Miller Comr tie monstrosity of the present system. were fined $23 for over the whole county. The Grand Jury Tilker and Dunker he got there she told him she The expense of the remedy now applied sending a letter inclosed in a circular has been able to find only seven or eight in but when had concluded to postpone the matter till .aeesidered in all its bearings, is a fearful through the Cincinnati pes to dice. dictments since their enrollment. The some other time. College. SevenTirst-Olas- s bard en. Then in the name of mercy, in Companies. Miss Ida Berkmeyer, of Milan, O., jury is composed of substantial cU'zens The voters here are divided in the taw same of humanity, in the name of a while sleigh-ridinfroze her feet and hands who have the best interests cf the county Durham and I STANFORD. KY. a wise expediency let us return to the so badly that they all had to be amputa- at heart. They as follows: L. R. Schooler, congressional race between McCreary. Thompson and Talbott are not a. .W. I'lllt.lM'S, Agt.t.HtLlui. simpler, surer, more effective remedy for ted. It is said that the wife of Congress foreman; John Anderson, Hiram B. Camp considered in the race. Some cfour mol With a Full Corps of Teachers, crime which our fathers administered, and . Weisiger, Lasc Montgomery, staunch drruocrsts sy they will not vote man Mackey, who died Monday, is ans-- oc- bell, Joe which in their day proved salutary. P. G. Warner, Jas. Wocds. Wm. II. Ar for Thompson if he is ominated Tbli Initltullen will open Its Thirteenth Heaelon born a slave and educated at Ober-li24 resulted in the toroon, ontbsZd Moodiy tn be pu niter ntiU The same old 52-- 45 Nearly one third o( the people in this BTANrOllD. KY nold, J. C. Robinson, Alex. West, W. K. She is a blonde. MHicuB to nominate a U. S. Senator Tues Pul-linHood, Henderson Greeo, R. Boyle, B. F. vicinity are complaining Mr. Alvah . Propriotor. W. P. WALTON, The discovery of tin at Kings Mmn ALL THE BUANCUEfl OF A day night, after the failure to adopt SenH. and Mr. J C McCormack are both tiin, Cleveland county, N. C, is annonnc Slavin, W.iury Sebastian ane Jas. Austin. ator Harcourl's resolution to admit new can is composed of Nixon Per- quite sick. J G. Barnes, N. M. Shumate TH0R0UGHENCLI3HC0UR3E KlKcf;le,::GiJO. ed. This is the first discovery of thB met- The petit Kkhtcoisnisteiwteol dilates and drop hindmost candidate after al the United kins, J. Wade Walker, W. A. Hiatt, Lo-- . and C. B. Kngletnan have all been on the erf healing cafaelly, lMludlr.r gallery, ct IW. States. iu Iteaaonable rate, to good attractlCLl. Aiirtm Ar taught, as well as third ballot had been defeated by a small aa above. Senator McMillan, of Minnesota, is gan Ion, John Liwson, Ansel George, sick list, but are now convalescent. This resolution was pressed saajority. Mr Bker Walker, of Kirkvllle, was MUSIC. THE liANOUAQEB. D1IAW. charged with appointing his son clerk to Jesse Doty, Wm. Djdd, Jit. G. Burnside, INO AND PAINTINO. again on Wednesday night, when a good ICE'S- his committee at $2,200 a year and draw- Jas. M. Liyton, C. C. McClure, Wm. J. out taking a sleigh ride with two young deal of fillibustering was bad, but it finally Hogan, J. H. Bruce, John M. Saunders, and as they were crorslng the creek the ing the pay, when, in fact, the boy,. is at .prevailed by a vote of Co to 63. The 70th Jame) M. Saunders, T. L. Yantis, J. I) sleinh ran upon a rock and upset them in school. Jtallot was then called and although no new tb .. ... from f 14 lo . &0 In11... Tilden GAbboU?, Cashier of the. Un- Kemper, W. A. Price, T. W. Brdsbaw, water about waist deep. Baker said he In . Tulilan. nrlrta rant ular Deparlmenia. rnmary, tu,, mifruranie seminations were made the tiresome , ana vourniau-- p ion MarketJKational Bank of Boston, has Cyrus Moberly, Ashley Gulley, Frank thought it wis 40" below zero bfore ho 130; rreparaiojy, THE INfERiorPjOURNAL was broken, Kimball, of Fayette, Elijah got home. disappearedfafdefaulter to the amount of Williamson, Thos. Hammond, Tihanginr; from WillUms to Blackburn and For full partlculua, aa to Hoard, Ac. addrtea Lear. FOll 63.80. 731,160 possibly more. A French writer, who estimates that the HKS. 8. V. TKUKIIKAKT, Prluriiml, .Baford from Sweeney to Williams and Untord.LlDoolnOo,, Ky, Dick CsrricOrWho killed David Slow( ' DAN'ILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. world contains 103,000 doctors, complain TK fitirma ft 9 fibieet from Sweeney to Blackburn, making Jai.i. f . Kvisgellit.UeoigaO. IVirnea. Tbs illitoey of a and P8.1 Walker in Louisville, only Mr. Elisha Rogers and Mis Fannie that two of our most exasperating aflVc Williams 52, Blackburn 47 er the vote stand Lontecrlted Life, the IlrranlnMla ll.n, Tt.I...K.. penitentiary. It was Dell obtained license to got two years audaliook of In fubllc Llieranrea." Octavo marry on Wed tions, asthma and catarrh, defy their ut.a&d Sweeney 22, Two mere ballots showed bound In bevelled boauli ind tlntej cloth with most skill. gill motto on cover; U0p.gr; itel enrravlag ol aexhange and the caucus adjourned till the old case of the eleven coming to the nesday. 4 Crab Orchard. ; I )it rmted the Ph."rclurof Marie; ina.e M James II. Carrigan has been sum "Wednesday ni?ht, when after five hours of one juror. The United Slates Senate now has eight known aitbe Karrli corner Hotel In and refurnl.h- - J.'.'i't" anlihedr.n City," ; rafei, I In the front and S llouae, n fitted Senator Voorhees offered a resolution moned lo Louisville on the 10th prox. as style, glv- - In tbe back Br Itavee ol fc .IiuIIm or exact reSifibustering by the Blackburn men, the a men born in Kentucky, the largest nnmber ed It and propose to run It In In which was agaetd to, inslrud'ng the critoin. Com production. by ila. and color ot Ink of the laicrtn-tl- n Ing peclal alienuon 10 mid jurur in the United States Court. the Kvanieil)! bliuwlf in hU itoan-tai- n fiom any State. O.iio has seven, New York mercial traveler! will findiraniieni .ample room aaitcus adjourned, this time without taking iplendld lllble, llluairallog In a coiniact fieia hi. for tha dliplav ol tbelr goode and arcoraiaodatliin. raltn, malfigle ballot. All sorts of foolish amend-.aMB- Committee on pos to diets to inquire into Wakefield & Farris on Tuesday Sold to six, Ireland three, and England and So Tbli tmik li compleio hlitory of lh euual to any Ilouie In Central Kentucky. I will man The private expediency of all newpaper being admit- Thos, dl.rtea VOO paca reveal the were offered and motions made and E Wood 100 good feeding cattlf land one each. alio have charge of the Livery Stable ind will a lh- nature ted to the mails free. wayi keep It luppnea wun leu nciwi ana one lnuo.1 tba Itr.tof timeEvaogellit and ara ui.de public for averaging 1050 lbs , at $55 per head. greatest disorder prevailed. Carlisle In thli Ul the The Valth Nineteen young men sent the South Ken lurnouli. Tbli will not Interfere with my Healing chapter--- ! I p.ge.-g- vr Warren Keller, of Spiingfitld.Ohiond ll.a hiilory, the Last night the clouds that filled tbeiklei iwwfl put in nomination and so were other argumrnt and all the HiMiCal p.wi.-c- . U.r'rg on iitchan to their girls last year and as s Furniture and Undertaker Trade, it in full. It l a hook V. Boynton, of Washington City, will H. Begin to more, and floated tar, Ibat In ntrr aaen of less calibre, but the confusion was matter of lact seventeen of thetn married Ai I shail cvtloue to keep a lull Una cf the bet Kentucky home, and ihuuld aboald U be, owatii Widening to our gladdened eye certainly have a little investigation at Washington t that the chairman declared the at a'.l lluiei loiervr The book Old Cerro Oordo'i riling itar. before the subscriptions expired and the Furniture and bereidy the other caacllT. tboee by every convert .Mirer ge Uirne. than t&M. ran all to themselves. Keifer says Boynton, boobUlneil nowbeieelw for le needing uiy Krvlcealn By aaarcM adjourned on his own motion. The who is a newspaper correspondent, tried to Gov. W. W. Smfley is no carrying on other two have about four months longer ajtbor. who bavlnr J. 11. MTKM'IIKXH. Ky ieclil arrangement with theIrgly whidrawn all removed lo New Vork, hu Crab Orchard ebaaee are now that the end is at hand bribe him when he was Speaker of the na- a coal business near the depot, having pur- to get in their work. The editor himself agmie., rbelwnk (IJSOi and ibe Hkmi.Wkmlt Istaaioa iij) are olJrred together br .ud Carlisle will receive the nomination. tional House. chased the scales recently owned by O'Neal tried It with a like result. We can't exthe price of the "Life of Ilarnei" alone, tba two & Limberr. forfc.50. Addreea 1st t pray for that consummstlon. plain why this is, but it is true It. i'. IfACTiKV, Frank Williams and John Gray, who lJvTMioaJovanat, 8lantonl,Jfiy. Mrs. Julia A. Jett, a widow lady, livBtjhko men and other thieves that are shot and killed Orion Kurtz, in a saloon as numbers of young men will teitify. South Kentuckian. iadigenou to Cincinnati, flourish and live row, at Borate, Col., were taken from jail ing near the Lancaster pike 2 milea from DANVILLE almost under the protection of the law. by a masked mob, and hanged to the rafters town, died Tuesday night of pneumonia Hir, Hir, Huhiiah! Very few people Their nefarious business is rarely ever in. of a log shanty near by. Giay died game. after about a weeks' illness. The funeral who cry "Hip, hip hurrah!" with such gusterfered with, but if an outsider goes there Williams pleaded for mercy, claiming he took plsce Thursday evening. about the origin of the E. H. BURNSIDE, John Tolliver, a colored man of this to know anything .and tries a little game, he is bounced shot in wordt. During the time of the crusades ebony cane that In the Senate, Sherman's resolution place,hss an For instance, a Bowling Green, Woll - Knowii the chivalry of Europe was roused to arms This Old M. Elliott had in his hand when Ky., man (don't get alarmed, it was neither relatiog to political outrages in the South, Judge J. Hotol Still Maintains by the inflammatory appeals of Peter the Qov.Underwood nor Emmett Logan) named wa taken up. He spoke at some length, the insane (?) Col. Thomas Buford killed High Hermit, who always displayed a banner him on the streets of Frankfort. Willis was soliciting alms pretending to be and was followed in a short speech by Manufacturer! of emblazoned with the following letters: II AND About fifty dozen partridges netted in Call of "vole" were then heard, and deaf and dumb and when it was discovered E, P., the initials of the Latin Hitrosolyino that be was neither, he was arrested and without a word being said by any Demo an adjoining county were bought by a DanProprietor ii Determined that Doorx, Nit.1., IMIutlH, H'lBdew Jerusalem is destroyed. The Iti Shall be Becbnd to no Country Wednesday, They will tstjitnlita, it cratic Senator the resolution was agreed to ville genlleme given three months in the work-houspeople who were not acquainted with LatHotel in the State in its Fare, be turned loose in this vicinity In a few , (. The punishment is all right, but if the city by a rote ot 33 to 29. Hitd Door FruuiH, Mold Appointments, or Attenin pronounced the letters as a word Hep The House Committee on Banking atd days. The object is t) have them grow up f9al4 enforce this sentence sgsiost her own tion to Comfort of and whenever they chanced to meet a e would have to be Currency has adopted a resolution that the with the country. The price paid was people, the their Gueiti. IngM. Scroll Saw poor Jew they raised the cry, "Hep, hep, t enlarged to triple it capacity. public welfare demands that the benefits $1 25 per dozen. and the chances were greatly in Messrs. Welsh & Engleman, of the hurrah!" Baaicare nlllbecoBveyed to sad from the de. Hon. C. F. Burkium brings from his of the National banking system be lVork, Turn- free or charge. KpeeUI seromiaodatlsas National Bank, who carry on a favor of the Jew's feeling the point of their preserved and continued for, the Farmers tour a fuller and more perma-.ae&tl- y European, lo Commercial Traveler!. The Bar will swords. always sippllsd with the choleeit fixed idea of the capabilities of this time being ,provided this resolution shall not general Insurance business, paid this week TVorlc, Iuk braadi of Llqaors sad Cigars. A train of cars in Buffalo has become a be constructed to be a declaration in favor to Turnbull & Co , of Junction City, who country than he had ever entertained stock of goods by the recent wall of ice. The Buffalo Erprut describe) lost a large to his visit. Could we all material- of the perpetuation of the public debt. Flooring, CcllliifftlVeaili-erboardlnf- f, In making confession of his sins in fire, what was due on policies of the amts. it. "One of the most striking things on $1.25. Twice idea and combine to adorn and Week. $1.25. ise tbi is on a home and elevate a Methodist revival meeting la Caldwell, in the following named companies: Glens the lake front a long train of earn .beautify our IJrcw,eJ LnmWr, Wm. King (old of having robbed a store, Falls, New York; $2,500; 8un Fire, Lon-do- siding next the open lake. They were The Best. Nevraiett and Cheapest ad bless our growing population, instead Phccnix, London, 12,600; Prov- hauled out there when the breakers began $2,500; goods. The next And otber Newspaper in the South cf using the former simply as a statioq in 1863. of $300 worth of to run high, three days ago, in order to Washington, $1,500. which to put forth our eflorts for day he called upon the proprietors, and idence, rem protect from ice the adjoining tracks. young Mr. Logan W.Caldwell, .personal aggrandisement, and the latter as paid them that amount with interest for Semi-Week- ly with a decided aptness for news Some of these cara are empty and others The personal pow-e- r, the intervening twenty years. He has a instrument to extend our work, will assist Mr.8. .G. Boyle in are loaded with lumber. There are, perthe land we profess to love would toon since been arrested for the theft, and is paper glrei the latent It, Everybody should Also Dealers In the editorial management of the Advocate haps, a quarter of a mile of the cars.-Fro- news days In advancetake Ihs It aow lying in jail. weekof 4oome all that poets have fondly imag. end to the other they are a solid lies and for leas money. It Is DEMOCRATIC, but one Hudson River ice crop Is the larg- during the absence of Mr. Marrs in Louiswed it, and more than all that politician at the sams time INDEPENDENT In politic. It -est ever gathered, and of excellent quality. ville. Mr. J. M. Bryant, of Chicago, la wall of ice. Most of the 'Cars cannot be contain! the beet ntwaiummary: the belt reading described it .have falsely tha beat editorial! and the lieat market re.When the work of harvesting began in spending a few days at Gilcher's Hotel. seen at all. On the lake side the ice is matter; lor only 91,38 per year. portsall of the Virginia Legiili-tar- e December, the blocks' were eight inches Mr. Bryant and' several Danville gentle- two or three feet thick. The spices beSoth Houses Bond for Speolmon OoploB. hare pawed a resolution asking thick, but before the houses were full they men are largely interested in valuable tween the cars are filled solid with ioe, and Call on ui or wrlU for jirlce Ws keep a tap to resign, but instead of doing had Increased in thickness to twenty-fou- r in Pulaski and other coun- the spaces between the wheels under the Every farmer, every merchant, every trader tnuit stooV and will do our best to plcave ycu la jrjt mountain lands liars II, Bubtcrlbe at ance. , tWdlrtv little pup is not only holding -entire length ol the train is a minature lUmember, you get IM papers and douUe the and quality ot uaterlal. In some Instance the ice was ties adjoining. inches. a but defiling hie own nest by making housed at a cost ,vof only thirteen cents a leading matter given by an ordinary weekly, 81xteen members of the society known Mammoth Cave a gallery of stalactites for $1.23 and it comes lo you twice a 1,UqAj shirt speeches in tne Senate. took supper and stalagmites. Several of the cara have ton, and the average cost was cot. more as the week. Hind the money to our agent in DANVILLE PLAN IX a MILL 19 .DaritMr the rteeat storm in England your evening; the fol. crushed and cayed beneath the weight of Address .county, or remit direct to na. THE LOUI6V1LI.K r09T. down on tbeee-- j than eighteen cents, .'jt, will be sold for at Gllcher's Wednesday MO flO Uses were blown 218-LoutivlUe, Ky. , Danville, Ky. lowing gentlemen were present: John W, the ice. It is a veritable train of ice. . 1 forty or fifty times that sum. .. 84 IBe .Marquis uj aiiso, - ti-ii- i. HUIIOKON Jim-germa- For Saio Privately .7-- -J IA.V. rj (tin-dltl- u yr ENTERPRISE Grocery. .'1 Per-hsps- hu-aal- o si Xiuiicastor, Kentucky, GEO. D. BURDETT dfa OCX. two-thli- Lately m Making sive Additions drir-isgthe- m Ca. SALE Court-Hou- Price. DFt. Vvate-r- ad Mni-llinbpr- 1. II. ISuichviii A Co., -- Fire, Lightning Tornado -t Stanford Female g, LOWEST S ra n. 1 OPERA house;. . s -- -- TERMS MODERATE. Life ofGco.0. Barnes IK com-Jusati- ft In ij.( ;, 8TJBFIIEN8 IIOU flnt-cUn M fit "R -- ts v -- 215-S- Ci'.J Joi-ajra- never-the-les- s, MYERS HOTEL, and its Reputation, STANFORD. KY. Propr PLANING MILL COMPANY ivory-handle- d r-- J Ma-hon- v 'I e. work-hous- Iitlio pre-vio- V ' Ik. a God-give- n r n, K- - gen-tlem- Post. Building Mat erial Farming Iainibcrf H M ne EptUon-Btta-Thda-- ri, tj Smi-88Uthl- ij Jntcriorjonrnal February 1, 1884 Stanford, Ky., LOCAL NOTICES. Uuy Paints of Penny Nick A McAHfter. stook of birthday cards t Penny A MaAllster's. A McAlister sole agent. 1!hand new flock of ctery thing in the jewelry line at Penny A McAlifterV. Jos. IIaab Hog Cholera Care. Penny Watch Be, Clock and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAlister. Fort conghs. cold , Ac , uc Comoufid 8yrup White Pine. Put up In 25c nd 50c bottle. Trial sire 10c. McICbberts A UBK' PERSONAL Miks Allie Kino is with Miss Babia Pennington. Mn n. Q. Alkord has been sworn in a deputy postmsster. ln. J. O Dunn, of Richmond has sold oat to R. G. Dunn A Co. Mil. J. E. Cahmn, of the Eet End, it down with a terete cafe of pnetimouia. Evans, of the East End, Mies Mat-tiwho ha been the guest of Mrf . II. C. Bright returned home yesterday. Rev. II II. Maiionky hf bien down with fever at the RijitUt Theological Seminary, LouliTille, but if convalescing. Hon. T.P Hill, Jn, was at the advice of hi physician removed from Frank fort to Louisville, where he wa visited by hit uncle Dr. J. F. Peyton, who now pronounce him convalescent Ma j. J 8 CoorEK, of the U. 8. Quar- termaater'a Department, completed hie bo inesa of examining war claimi here and left for Lebanon yesterday. All who had trans-actio- n with hitn fpeak in complimentaij terms of libt gentlemanly mtnnerf, while thoe who were more intimately iffociated with him pronounce him a very prince of good fellow e of them have survived the winter thus fir. preoccupied and look that marks most men engaged in the business to anforLevi Huddle will have two or three the tribe, catering with intenstst solicitude ticipate the time at which they were for the intellectual palate of a discrimimerly produced. They say now the loases dcxtn Plymouth Rock lookers and hrns sustained during the winter more than nating public. here Monday for sale at 50 cents esch, Many faces of old and well remembered counter! alance the extra profits of an early and in exceedingly fine They are pure friends were encountered on the streets, in crop. breed. the business houses and in the hospitable CRAB ORCHARD, LIHCOLNCOUNTt, mail, late every day homes of the citizens, and many fond The South-boundid not pais till dark last night. memories of younger and brighter and this week, Mr. Samuel Hardin has bought of And then there wss no mall agent on it more hopeful days were stirred up by the Mrs. Btirch, the Allison proerty on Main Really there seems to be no head or sys- interview. As usual the utmoC kindness street for $550. tem to the trisil service in this section. was extended to the ambassador of the Some activity is observable among Journal and willing hands issiited him the stock men, chiefly those who have d whisky sold The fact that in his work and materially lightened hi much stock and little provender. at Dr. Montgomery's sale at $2 10, ought lo A man by the name of Oaks is te'ng burden. be sufficient inducement to draw settlers to Lancaster hasalwijs been able to boast Inquired after here by his wife who sayf Stanford Journal. Ye, it this locality. of rome of the best citizens of our that after securing all her clothing he has would be a good place to hold a searfon of locajmaTters. State, ami, judging from tbe specimens flown with an inamorata more congenial to the legislature for the nomination of a of the young people met, the beauty and his tas'ci RoLl.tH Skati.mi at the Opera lloufe Parle. News. Senator Squire Wm. G.irnet, Charles Hardin intelligence of the rising race will prove in to Jsnuary with not a all respects worthy of their honored We bid good-byand Miss Hannah Dillon have been seriStoiie-koofor rent near the depot. Ap feeling of regret It wu a miserable month Oanard is a prolific county. An ously ill for several days, the two latter ply to 8. V. Sugg. fo fsr as weather wss concerned and we Interrogation of W. II. Kinnaird, Presi-den- t manifesting at preen, evidences of im. New teuton, oranges, bananas and can' hope e shall never look upon its like cf the National Rink, a youthful provunent. dies at T. R Walton's. again. YesterJay wa comfortably warm looking gentleman by the way his wife is Our late townsman Mr. Jss. Gilker-eo- n w You rill find something in our "d" this and the ground was nearer clear of snow said to be one of the youngest looking and wife arrived on the 28th inst , from Bright A C'r-ra- than it ha been lor more than month. week to your interest. married ladles in the county revealed the Scotland. Aftrrsendlng a season among A rcw days sgo as Mrs. M F. Herring fact that be has 17 grand children. It friends and relatives here they will pro The wife of W. M Zenone, who was a and MIkm Julia Oxsley were driving from was hinted that this might be construed as ceed to Paducah with the intention of Mies Traylor, presented him with a daughtown In a buggy they were run Into by Mr. a reason why he encouraged his son, Dr. making it their fit lire home. -- Tbe C O. Spring Co, will begin ter Tuesday. Jonathan Owsley and one wheel of their Jim, to grow bald as a bachelor. Mr. K vehicle demolished. Fortunately the la- oflVrrd in extenuation of his case, that about tbe first of Marcn the erection of a residence with three ComkohtaiiLE Nelsn H.Teterof the county, a youth of commodious addition to their buildings. acres of land attached, in Stanford, for sale dies were not hurl and Mr. Owsley, who on pur 73 summers, his 12 children, all married, Tbe new building will be 32x114 and two at first claimed be drove into them or rent. Apply lo- J. Bright. and one-hadories with baement and pose, has relented and is trying to make aud 73 grandchildren. We have received a full supply of amends by paying for all repairs. Oneol the most liberal features discern- will contain a children's dining room and Price's "Life of Harnea " Thoee who have ed in a trip to Lancaster is seen in the an 32 rooms. A Correction. There is a report in cir purchased will now b -- applied at ore. tic evolutions of the K. C. railroad train Mardi Cras. pit of the neighboring towns It can be truly The Ohio A Mississippi Railway will sell slid that a pascnger gels a Lcvifx Cowan, the old colored woman culation in some fleet that, during the recent cold greater amount of who was s6 badly barned a few weeks ago, to the travel (or you may round trip ticket at low excursion rates to spell, cur former Senator, J. II. Bruce, had spell It travail if you please) suffering on that road New Orletns, on account of the Carnival, died Wednesday after terrible the misfortune to lore an eye This inut for the money, than any other thorough- Sale beginning Feb 20ih and continuing Call and examine our stock of sugar be a malscious slander. From the appear- fare in the country. The caution with until the 24'.h. Ticket will be good odays and coflers. We make a specially of thl ance ol Mr B. at Lancaster on Wednesday, which the train glides prolongs indefinite going and rettirnin.' until March 20th. line of govd and cau't te beaten in prices. his viion would seem to be as clear and ly the luxury of the trip, while the, fre- The Carnival ihi- - yer "ill cloe with the Metcalf A Owsley. correct as ever and nothing to mar his pro- quent pauses, and Inexplicable backings usual parade ar.d festivities on Tuesday, was perceivacontinually recurring materially enhance Feb. 2Gth. TheO A M. R'y runs a thro' Be(i::nin() it is unlawful to kill verbially handsome presence ble. His friends at a distance may rs. the distance. The quail, partridges, woodcock, wild turkey, eccentricities got off by sleeper from Cincinnati to New Cleans, via the incoming train on Wednesday night, Odin, dailv. For tickets and further parpheasant or dove until next fall. 1 he fine satisfied that he is all right. somewhere, or rather everywhere in ticulars, inquire of agents of that line. is $3 for each ofine. A Cram: has handed in the following, and as we think we detect a method in hif the suburbs of the Junction, led to an InThose who are not able to buy sugar by BucKkn's Arnica Salve. vestigation that revealed the fact that the The greatest meJIeal wonder of the world. the barrel or coil'ee by the big, will find it madness we admit it. torpoeJUr cure Rurn, Drulwi, Cuti, UlHow pleasant round the fire at night provident manipulators of all this cros-in- g to their lntiretlo buy of T. R Walton, and setting were making up tbe train cer, Salt Rheum, Ffrpr Seres. Cancers, Piles, wind and cold excluded quite, the CDrnrr Main and Somerset ta., who makes with Ctillblalni, Coros, Tetter, Chapped Hands and all for next day's trip, and compelling the a specialty of retailing. See him on Court glowing grate in radiance bright, and soft akin eruptlom, guaranteed to cure In erery and hungry passengers to wait and or money relundtd. A potltlve cure lor the shaded, tempered light, while wife and Day by all means. children cheering sight, are ranged with witness its completion. This is a combi- Pile. 21c per bix. Kor tale by PennyAMc-Aliate- r. Tun Governor has fixed Fridsy March half suppressed delight to scan the latest nation of generosity (and forecast too ex14th, as the day for the execution of F. W. raper. citing to be entirely agreeable. A Life Saving Present. Hlsgel, for the murder of three men In How happy mutt the printer be his Mr. M. R. Allison, Hiileblnmn, Rao., sated bis marriages: I'olaakl last Summer. We are glad that work thus fondly hailed to ree, and mark life byntliup.e Trial Bottle ul Dr. King' New which caused tbe Governor tticaa to the for James M. McCarty. 19. and Miss Stella Dlscorery.large Consumption,couirlfiely curedliluitu the genuine honent glee, staid sgt s smile, blm, bottle, (hat procure a Friday for hinging. youth's eotacy, with which his ingenuity Ball, sweet 16, were married at George W. whan Doctora. change of climate and eeerrthlcg n Balls yesterday. Numerous inquiries having been wadt is lauded for the paper. lse had failed. Aathroa, Bronchitis, Hoarsened, editor if not too for the address of the New York And then the Mr. Thomas Marcum, of Clinton coun- Seme Cougts and all Thrust and Lung diseases, which offers $500 for silver dollars coined long a creditor, ah there the rub! in honest ty, and Mrs, Sarah Campbell, a blushing It Is guaranteed to ore. Trial Dottle Iree, largo all fl at Penny . MeAltaler'a Pruc Stor. widow, were made one at Mr. Jos. Wright's. in 1801, we hare taken some pains to ascer pride scans o'er each thought in his At Mr, John R. Cannon's, yesterday, shaped and wrought.with kindliness tain that it U M. Hcilbroner, New York SEW 4lVtUTlr.KMKNTS. Write to him for further particulars, and wisdom JnuyM, his heart's blood as Mr. Pleasant Routen and Miss Sarah J. an oflering brought, maxims by long ex- Cannon, a sweet slxteener, were united in W. It. Carson A Son hve opened and A. perience taught and all slut to come to marriage. will keep constantly on hand a full stock Mr. E W. Lay and Miss Mary Belle naiuht except you pay him for the paof tvervthing in the saddlery and harn" par. Baslin were married at Mr. Sam Rastin's THE INTERIOR JOURNAL line. All ork done li the firm ai.il WaOur townsman, Mr. J. 8. Ilu&hee, his this week. The young man had to make rranted, low as anv wholesale l'iiccn ht And the Isoti'ffi.lv succeeded in securing the charter members two trips for his license. He came with house In the country. Give ua a call. father-in-laof a Building AocUtlon here, which is to a letter from his prospective Wceltly Courier-sTourn- nl While trying to cross Dix River in a have a capital of $50,000 and whose object authorizing the clerk to istue it but it One year for onlj 81-t- wo papers f.ir Utile buggy during its swollen condition this i to enable its members to aggregate their was not witnessed and no one here knowmore tban tbe price of one. week, Mr. W. P. Grimes came near meetweekly savings and the income from the ing Mr. Bafliti's signiture, Mr. Lay bad Hr paying ui SI ing his death. The horse swim loose from same into a common fund to be loaned out to tramp back and have the paper fixed your home paper ycu will rs cele for one year with the Courler.Jouroal, the the buggy, leaving Mr. Grimes to float in to its members, or others, to assist them in io a to pass the watchful eye of him who repri'sematlTe newspaper of the South, democratic and for a tariff for reTenuaonlj, and th by some parties building or purchasing homes or other issues the permitf. it down stream till brightest and ablest family weekly In the United Ktates. Those who desire to examine a sample who went for him in a boat The sail was properly. The association will be regularcan do so at this office. copy of tbe Courier-JournLAND. STOCK AND CROP. most too htnrdoua to be erjoyed to any ly chartered and be ready to commence Irish potatoes and butter wanted by considerable extent. business at once. Such concerns have been Walton. In operation in the larger tow no for years T.K Tim Hayden, colored, took a gold watch O. Land sold to Cy. Ware, 25 shoats, to Penny A McAlister's Wednesday to and are found to work mutually advanta 135 lbs., at 6 cents. have fixed, which was immediately identi- geous and to aid In building up a town Timothy and clover hay, mixed, is more tlian can nc accomplished in any fied as the property of Sam C. Helm, who selling in Paris at $10 per ton: had missed it for several months. Tim other way. Philadelphia was built princi Lockrldge A Rogers, millers of Mt was thereupon arrested but at his trial he pally by such means and other cities owe importsnee to them. AN Sterling, bought 'J ,000 bushels of wbeit at proved that he hid found the watch and much of their $1 per bushel. while ready to give it up at any time never number of our best citizens have taken Mr. Overton Copeland, of Tennessee, made any particular efforts to find its own- hold of the enterprise and we believe that a problem of how our waste his been up with 47 head of cattle, which solution of the er, He was discharged. he disposed of satisfactorily m places shall be built up, is near at hand. In 18S3 there were raised in tie State E. Zimmerman was here President In a migratory mood one of the attach- 168,588,468 pounds of tobacco, an increase Tuesdnyand met a number of our citideover 1882 of over 30,000,00 pounds. zens, to whom, since the failure ol the tax es of the Interior Journal made a Union county leads the other counexemption proposition, he made another scent en the neighboring city of Lancassuggestion, which was endorsed by all who ter, remaining during the earlier part of ties of the State in tbe production of corn heard it. Tbe plan will be laid before the the present week. The County and tbe having raised 1,500,000 bushels. The Lexington Qatctte says the morRailroad Committee at 1 r. M , next Mon- Circuit Court being both in tension on when Chairman Monday there was a large gatherinoUhe tality among sheep is fearful all through the Court-housday, in D. W. Vandeveer urgently requests a full citizens from the surrounding! country. Fayette county, owing, it is thought,"io the meeting both of the committee and of the Little business of general interest came imposeibility cf their getting anythirg rt,w wia wwlr mtirW find latfl the Teat round need, occasionally, the healthful citizens generally. The roed is no longer before tbe courts and that little was very green to eat. wholesome tonlo transacted. The pressure of the The storm which swept over England stlmulons imparted by a Bitters. To all. u doubtful problem, it is a fixed fact And quietly like Jloatctter'a Stomach wetther was visible in the diminished and Western Europe, overturned a rail its purity and efficiency as a remedy and ofit will be bullion that llpe which can preventive of disease commend It. It of stock upon the market. Few way train in Ireland, and caused the ship cheeks incipient rheumatism and malarial fer the meet advantageous proposition. If number symptoms, relieves constipation, dyspepin condition to Juno to founder in the Mersey, her crew located by here it will be of inestimable people have 'heir stick sia and biliousness, arrests prematura enereles, mitigates and fewer still are will- of twenty-fivall being lost. Many bargfa decay of the physical and haatens value to us and it is the duty of every sell to advantner; the fnOrmltlee of npo ing to buy while the fear of a protracted were sunk, and losses of various. J sleds of solo by all Druggists and For citizen to givo countenance if he can not Dealers centrally. ' winter is upon them. property are reported. aid the enterprise. far-awa- y d elght-yetr-olt. lf -War-rant-time-bonorfi-- m care-worlife-certr- e A very marked chanue in the appearBriko me some Irish potatoes and butance of Lancaster has taken place in the ter when you come to court Monday. T, Tjie Kink will be opened for last few years. Many of the old rickety R. Walton a fhort seaaon, and unsightly buildings of a former age Dr Hughes, of Bloomfieid, reports TilOMAK RrLl., of Shelby City ban got a have given place to substantial and elethe recent sa'e of a register Jersey cow r. patent for a gant modern structures worthy of a place and five heifer calves for $1,020. ,i. Winchester Court. Five hundred Tiiihteen pounds of roo1 New Orleans in any city of the land. Notable exam ples of this are found In the block of store cattle on the market, two hundred good 1 at T. 11. Walton's. sugar for rooms and business offices recently com- ones. The best sold from 5J to 5 j cents Come and ree our display of agricultural pleted Messrs Roblnon, extending per pound, common 3 to 4J Yearlings Implements when in town, Bright A Cur-ra- n. from Stanford street eastward to the Na- from $28 to $35 per head. Bring your butter, eggs, dressed turtional Rink; and the buildings erected by IIustonville. The second session of the Messrs. Miller on what was known as keys and chickens and produce generally Christian College begs n on Monday, Janu- the "burned corner" on the North side of to me and getthn highest market price for Danville street and West of the public them in goods at cash prires. T. R. Wal- ary 28th. tnn.rnrr-- . fnln ml Pntniriol per dozrn is the ruling square. Thtse buildings are all rented and TiunTY cents occupied, the lower stories asrtore rooms, Good cattle are firm in Cincinnati but prico of eggs in the Lancaster tnirket, and filled .with large and elegant stocks of lower grades are rather slow. Common to till tbe price of board has not advanced. goods; the upper as magnificent and com- medium 2 to good to extra butcher weather modious offices by profeeional men. Al- grades 4 j to that common to extra shippers will emerge from though a city of fine churches there is a 5 to 0J; stockers and feeders 4 in 5J. prophet, the ground-hog- , winter quarters. Let us pray that he great scarcity of preaching, the Presbytehis Hogs continue in demand, common 4 to will not see his shadow, rians being entirely dertitute and some ol 5.G0; fair to good light, 5.65 to C; fair to e?ect butchers and We hare just -- ecrived the nicest and tbu others having been until within the best pickers C to heavy shfpprrs, C.35 lo 0 05. Sheep are candies and foreign last few dsys in a like predicament. finest stock of French The people tre making another effort to in fair demand at 3 to lambs 4 to and domestic fruits ever brought to this sustain a newspaper in their town and exOoeeffeetof the late severe weather maiket. Melcalf A Owsley. hibit a commendable disposition to back has been to elicit from mtny of our sheep-rairerThe careful housewife Is now engaged Bro. Hughes in his enterprise A visit to the declaration that early lambs in instating the condition of her favorite the office of the Xtm revealed the typos area failure in thii latitude. The high plsnts and is astonished to find how few earnestly at work, and the editor, with tbe prices thev have commanded have induced SrLEritiii rictlrffttT.il Walton's. 3. AT JOBBERS' PRICE: 25 Barrels of Granulated Sugar, 15 Barrels corn-plante- -- f bthe tlr! time-honore- 4; 5; 0; Light O Sugar, 5; 5. s 20 Barrels N. and 25 Bags Rio andPeaberry Coffee -- O. Sugar, '(ulAK WILL BE OFFERED- - Whs.. FOR THIS WEEK - AT - OWlaTT JOBBERS9 PRICES! Don't Delay and Don't Forget the ' 'mm ' W)k MltK - IrigM kt Chrasiuk WHTHOT :3 i . Go where only one price is charge ed for goods and that THE LOWEST LIVING PRIG Grand Com bi nation re-cu- UOSIETERJ Where liberal buyers can get goods just as cheap as those who "Jew" and a child is given as good bargains as older and better-postelt. persons? That place you will find to be the store of d Ii li wJm3MXwm in fctirtRS copra-leseenc- Who makes a specialty of retail prices on Groceries, Provisions, Confectioneries, Hardware, Glassware, Queensware, Tin ware, &c.,&c,, V k Coener Main & Somerset STANFORD, KY. ST4.; H e e. w; H t T -- a kl, jr 3 tA m J! ti FftOFESSIOBlb HON. A. O. TAIiBOTT band? Now he was such a holy man, and y IOnill.Utror Contrtsi In tills dtstllct, l just lived to glorify God. You would . w. aiowN. SAM M. nuaoKTt. to Hit sclliu of tn itc niierscr ibe petfect man, and beho'd of him, 'Mark BtntDETT & imo IV N, the upright.' Is it wicked for me to siy, A.TT O U IV 13 V fc AT I u A. "V 'Why did God let the devil kill htm?' My February 1, 1884 MT. VKHNOK, KY. Stauford. Ky., thought have so worked sometimes lhat I wattaca . vaasoH. t. w. VAa.NOH. have been tempted to think that there is no NTOitE-itoo- ai T. W.4W.a VAHBOK, never such thing as truth at all. I have GEO. O.BARNESin ENGLAND A.T'TOXtNMVH JVT LA.AV, UnJer tb 8t. .Wph Hotel, now occuploi bj;B. told any one, because I did not think any K. Weareo, 1 nil on or aJdreti 8TANFOKD, KY. ttaln. Offlctt in Owilej A Bon't new bulldlng-- up one would know what 1 meant. Hut I HEX It V It. I VOll 31 A X, Or .11. V. 1'OKT.H.l.V. think vou will. Again thanking you bo 10: 8iiacici.eveiii Lane, M. PEYTON, A.TTOIIN15Y AM' LAW, much for your letters and asking you, if Daiaton, , Loudon, E.Jan. 8th, '83 HTANKOHD. KY. Vtir rnttriori Will practliuln theCourttor Lincoln em) you do have another leisure hour, to spare rouutlft and the huperlor Court and Court 'Poll," as it is The Poljttcnic-- or few more lines in clearing up the points a ot Appeal!. Hpeclal alttuitlun (Wen to collection. Londoner of your, Office-oreit? I remain l'lut Katloual llauk has beeu familiarly known to above mentioned, estsb-HalteTkemipMttrY br Klchnol Ktn. of the West Eod or a generation, was more hopeful, rollwtiouthwe l of Stanford, ALEX. ANDEHBON, to popular!: science and was a sux And the name of such is legion. It is A lies! Steer, O or 10 i'chw Old, ATTOKNEY A.T XjA,V, awhile, nntll it united with it a the same old sorrow, the same old conflict, cefor DANVILLE, ICY., my AnrralMxUt SI3. eaiUiieatrical feature, which soon swamp the same old unrest. And tbesw wounds are Jiiatlceollhr I'tuice Ulfrn midr thlt hnd uy Will practice In the Com U of llojle and adjoining Sin lor uld cmtnlr. power. count 1m and Id lb Court of ApiwaU ml it. For it did not rul its plays on the M. V. VOItT3IAX,i.V. healing with ugliest ecaro by lapse of time, ofJnurr,SI. Sunday night we began at Barnet, an A cop j. Allnl. J. OLilN, Cleric U C- U. r. boards bo as to compete with the regular only, unless Jesus touches and cures imtan-tof the old j. Fiair. .nw, , and outlying suburb on the same leg And how many who sink back from theatre, for the patronage of At THE LOUISVILLE WEEKLY that Wood Green is built spider And Matter Commlat'oner Uoeicatil Circuit Court haring them there at alt alienated the London invi-tatiMT VEIINON. KY sheer exhaustion after the protracted strug-gl- e miles further out. Our cha'rcU-ROcrWill practice In the Uockcutl Court! Collec-tloSo between the two 'stools upon, only 5 mistake the numbness of syncope for IM atcUlty. Offlc la Couit-bouto that point comes from Capt. and the and resignation of religion; like the Ibe "Pollj" csme into bankruptcy one or two of the Wood the rest rnooRKssiVE, popular. attended property was purchased by a wetlthy genstruggling sinner battling with a sense of i.ee f.1n meetings and took a liking to our Dcst Family Newspaper In Jesus, who sup The Cheapest and the South. who with generous expenditure Green tleman, Barnet last guilt, instead of flying to htanford. ky. doon abort promised to visit uth tide Mala HUMt, sad etesdfast purpose turned it into a gospel. We poe that the recoil of the strain upon ONLY $1.00 A YEAR. 8cotch meetings the Mjert UoUl. aea retraining school foryoun? mechanics, where November, but the overtake! sensibilities is gospel peace and PureNltrout Oxide Qaa adialnUtered rMptrtmtnt-Chltlre- n'i Kewt All and now we can only get the hall quired. between 10 and 23 years of the fight Is over CctntrlhComplete Artlmllurit y member lurktl KrpotU Apttkling litc. period forthwith is glad becauw week, instead of the indefinite self decep-lio- n Uney Thrilling Blortet. ajv, for a mere nominal fet can be perfect- for a earlier and the victory won. O, this DR. W. B. PENNY, INTERESTING, INSTRUCTIVE. USEFUL, in any one we might have occupied it at the ed under the best instructor ia all very ed; and none the les, in UontlHt, To OU and Young alike. 8uUcnt for II. a losf is better than no as 'half OTANKOUD, KENTUCKY. oat of long list of handicrafts. It is open date. Bui because the good LORD often bring thankful for the shorter op- itself, Oflce oter lloht. 8. Lytle't twr. Olc hour to all a ho can come with a decent certificate bread," we are blessing outof it, in spite of ourseUes, &. fruin 8 lo It A. M, and I to S r. M. Anettbellc nd This hall, like that at Wood ll4-lr- r. to morals and at present number 2,500 portunity. true h(ari lit at the boltom of all M Bitntatered wn neewuiaf. where a THE Green, is the property of the Plymouth members, with 1,500 more knocking for devil's rubbish. "open" persuasion, and the and to be received in turn aa va. Brethren, of the I will not give my reply to this, in full. r find myself in contact with my occur. Mr. Quiutin Hong, whose again I was only the denial that caoctei I do not think there In substance, it Is represented even, as co rellgioninu. open purse is the foundation of the estabSnepherd the good n had-owis the slightest danger of my ever going in lishment, is a West India merchant, THE INTEUIOK JOCIINAIj leading us through the "valley of the again, though I will alwavs acLondon business circles and him-eel- f with them is a very difin "Yea, though I walk" STEAM JOU OFFICE deep indebtedness to their leadiat." He no inferior preacher. He addresses the knowledge my memo- ferent thing from "Thou Sunday afternoon bible founder, John N. Darby, of blessed " A nd it Doaa ?v jryKlnil orPrliitliiKitt beside the still waters 7ouag men at much their faithful-ne- does "lead leadings in the handsome halt of the "Pol- ry, and still like very City prlcen. is true, if "I walk" In the other place, He lo the frequent breaking ofbretdn ly," which will seat 1,500; and editaa will not desert me but see me safely thio'. "day" of the week?' Further WALTON, IMIOP. IV. monthly journal of the Institute's proceed-i- every "firat And the second denial wa thlt of God per exto a report of some than this, I can not go; and I count my which, in addition her hubnd. Me fellowship because I mitting the devil to kill of his addresses, contains articles, original clusion from their could not help it. He can remedy the evil, what the LORD had and selected, touching the different trades presumed to teach here at least, and in "this age" He cn He takes taught me, beyond dear Darby's instru- but, represented in the association. ueroy ineuiic- chief mercies of a life full not prevent it. Sinners KENTUCKY CENTBIL great pride, and pleasure also, in seeing the ctionsone of the of all He can do. it la me nistory Brethren are not in spite at- men become proficients at cricket, of "tender" ones. The voting section of all who perish. A weeping havior The Sew XVatertmrr WjIch, Stem WlnJln. Klefcle lowiog, giving them every flourishing just now especially the -- ar raa In kra prf"l meaning, eie Ct. hnii.orn, d rl--' - n I WORLD OVKB.fXiO. death of tes'ta this. His tears have no RETAIL rUKKTIIK tin. COMMERCIAL FOR ONE YEAR AHO THIS to which I once belonged. The dvanlage in this respect by use of his TUB MOdT DESIHABLK ROUTE T- Olove agonixes, because it ha THE aignal for Disappointed WATCH FOR ONLV $3.60, THE TWO grounds In the ouUklrti of London, their ereat leider has been the in vain and laboreed for FOR THE PRICE OF ONE. smouldering elements of spent its "strength with-.- ,. mhcte he has an estate. In addition, 'he the outburst of naught." And no with all disaster, Th Wtlerbiiry Welch CorapnT h a Nttinail repuof pastor and disruption and it looks now as if a general making baa drifted into the position K.,ln ,n. bu""" of an execution. If the ' tation lit tent itom the- bnt cb,p Watch In th . WmIJ. And decldedlf the Popular Route, aHordlns. u I' in- r ow j .iiwm m. not one it Wll who are christian, con- break up were at hand, Mr. Darby has no Ul . turn fjr .iiiiit. tJ etfuLf r.ni1ilfl. Itnim j; i doiw. leat chanfeeand tupertor aecomruodatUna u t surety uiievo. .u... his young fellows, wnh one wtn.llnir, n. will lut lor yn.. helm and steer trOM lia, as I successor who can take the "".-of independent church, in- - J .Jii.. i nami, iw mil l. Watch, the Bot'e Wiieh, the bebool Uirn stitute asjrt victorious outcome from all this, all glory Miisouri, Iowa, Kanias, Teiai, -intervals for the celtbration PlrmouthiKm clear of the sunken rocks. hunjf Wtteh n fart, eToribojr, Wei. h to the blesaed Crow and to HIM ho or mener The North. North weet and Weet. la ftct. If yon S3 30 be t'twwi rm-itof Mtr service at Barnet was well things put erw. th- - Wii-- will be f..rnl-- l be mail or of die LORD'S Supper; when they take The opening tnplate a trip In any dlrixtlon, your Inlerwt with thereon. But "we see not yet nil with charget prepaid, aoJ the COMMKKCIAL will be oonttibe beetMrtrd br purchaalnf Tour ticket el will the old apostolical fash-m- attended and the LORD gave favor things in band in At present many are oyer mailed ttularlr lor cne jear, rmttg tie. K.Cand Cincinnati. I'ullinan Palacw l ait, hl-- fd night the rtln under Him." aat New IHj Coachea, and LkadaoiaJr furnlih-eand are not dependent on one of the the people at once. List comfortably full, Him, as all experience and scripture attest. ANOTHER OFFER. was Kecllnlnx Cbalr Can lora the uneualad the twrlre Hulcrihrre For a flub clergy to blew lli9 bread and wine, but just poured, but the house rgt,which one roMMKBi'IAL ofand ll.li, ttw grller op "IWEF.KLT equipment of thlt Uld iUltable, thereby making While the uoeq'ial conflict lb. Club prea trip orer thlt line nn ot luxurtout cuiafott and to band and have and still greater blesning than on the Wattrloo, above will N, which will.lhrK- - rrrkl, .with on of the pleaaur. Try H. pa it around from hand here. Watc b( col M.ioanjwh-auderetjseveral confessions of day will proye the devil' blessed time in fellowship with the vious gathering, with UU M Mtui'le coplr. and p tu wwa. TIME TAI1LK. IN EKFECT NOVKMHEU riogi out the clarion ctll "Come UuJAddxeu Name. We go back and forth the din, Time herein la 10 minute, tkiwer thin llu.e LORD and one another. This has given the bleesed THE COMMERCIAL, up to the help of the LOKD ginst the each wav. The frequent heretofore glren. LOUISVILLE. KY. aucu. offence to the "regular cloth," in about ten mile mighty," to which all the manhood in us they go on just the trains make this very feasible and we get ought lo res the neighborhood, but No. 4. ' No. II. No. l. Booth. We shall not shift nut eliminated br the devil and Mr. Ho;g is too rich for the op- home about 10 o'clock. and all grateful love ought to answer 7 4i am 1 41 p m' Lee. Cueln(ton 102 8 L. is thus accessible pond; position to take a persecuving or definite lodgings while IS a tn 4 IS p m " Falmouth.... back, "By Thy grace we will. The anawer a ua 3 IS p m with nil We are to begin afternoon drawing-roo10 CjntaUna. 10 A3 form. A splendid gymnasium, a tu t CO p m . .... commencing at to the broken cry of the wife speaking for a Arr I'arla... . Modern appliances for muscular develop- bible readings to:morroi, 0U p m' 11 00 a tn waa not easy to gitej Lee. "arte think the work wll be loved husband, Arr lxlnlon - II U i n, I 10 p m. ment, is attached to the Polytechnic; and a Capt. DennU'. I it muslin every cae bs the facing of Barnet- S 00 p m .. Lee. I'arle giaad swimming bath is in course of co- nrincioallr among christians at with the steadfast purpoea of Mlllcrtburg. IWprai... by next summer. The "sinneia" give a chapel belonging to a calamity, C 40 p " Urll.le .... ntraction, to be finished the words I 10 p m ... not delending God. Here, as eer, Arr. Mayifllle In a. word, everything money can buy that the Brethren an especially wide berth, the of scripture come with incisive power: If 11 to a m fl 00 p mi Lee. t'.rlt . . ways. In fact, " Wlncbeeter 12 3') tu, 7 to pm is needful to the of success of such an at all liking their strict one lore father or mother, wife or husband, 1 tA p m a su pm 12 23 pro ' Richmond. iantitution is freely furnished. It is the sect is verr Ureely made up, all the coun brother sister or children, houses or Isnds lOOpu " Lancaaler . S II p m;. whose whole heart try over, of "comeouts" from the dead or I 40 f in Juiicl 3 40 in Arr. BUnlord pet of a generous man, "more than Me," then such an one is "not BIek Ilcadaeho and rrilero all tho trotihle ltd-dea Noam." No. I. No.a. Mo 17. I welfare of the fine young fellows dvine churches, where sptrituauy-minoeia in the like that to a billua etate of tho ifilm, enc h at things to worthy of M." A. wound It antra, Drowalnroa, Ulttria after ratine, 10 40 a m 12 M p ia ..- -. Htanford June . thus thrown under bis influence. He has a people, despairing of ever gelling by the momentary indulgence of a iM'n in thnHtri- - Af. While their raoel remar. Lte. Ltncatter . .. II 01 a m. I M pm . regular evangelistic helper to conduct the rights around them, have tied tn not naaie - painful thought in connection with one ablj eucceai hn Ixvn thown in cnrlnjf S 40 a m 12 U p m 3 t)p m .. " hlchmond seam" Wlncbeiter... 2 Ou a a 2 OJ p m... Kanday evening services, when the hall can or UnzerintE regret to this refuge that .,... nn.'i own Haul, mar be healed . The . Arr. Parla- - .. the crowd and a second service. ed to promise them something better. Alas! wnninin a tu a m iz o pm .. TtTllle LORD cn do it, if we bring the hurt to benefit of too often, to .., 7 10am 1 U pn Carlltle prioclply of song, in held for the 7 30am 2 "pm1,. Him. But "a wounded spirit, who can lleadachMrt Cartcr'tLItttoLlTrr Pill t aro rrjaally Mlllertburg "Change the place, but keep the pain." , 7 M tboM who can not get In to the first. Mr. ml 2 50 pm.. fatally smitten , TAloabla in Corulipatlon, cartnc and prrrrutlnjr Air. I'arla... remedy for a freezing bear." And the "Spirit" is thlaannolnieomulalnt.wbJlo theT laocorrtci For this is not the 7 00 a m 2 pg p m W. T. Paton, a vry genial christian God. Wtio can rem-ed- y all dleorder of tho elotnacri, ttlmnlalo tha llrrr i UT Leitn(Ua.. . 7 M a tn INpn age. The call to when we fall out with rarla and regulate the bowclt. Brca If they only carod once a merchant, but who has quit Church, at least in this 7 S3 a m 2 30 p ml, thai? There is none left to whom we Parla. evangelistic "come out of her My people,"is not yet and b'uMoess to devote himself to Cynthlana..... I 30 a m S2S p ml only end in disss-ter- , can go. "LORD, to whom can we go?" is M Falmouth...... 9 31 a m 433 p ra lakor, takes tLis part of the work. Here any antedating of it can j Arr OoInrton... 1 13 a iu C 10 p ml. Jesus be left. though for a time apparently overruled the cry of absolute despair, if I was called to work for four days, I ken, (0 a I muat keep oo terms of lore and respect Ache they would be almoitprlcelre to thoanwhoy No. 23 I.e. Lai. 0 II ap m, Arr. Maytellle iS 10 p ra end-lu- g for good. tn No. 27 I.T. Ut. 8 03 ui. Arr. Mtyttllle beginning with Sunday, Dec. 30.h, and uffir from this tllttreatinir complaint; but inNo. W Lt. Mtyttllle 3 10 a m. Arr. Li. S S'l a m my God, or all is lost. "Let God be with Such letters as the subjoined I get not their ttoodn eat doe not end here, and tboe night following. This was .1 40 p tu Wednesday 12 30 p m Arr le who onca try them will and the; little PlU,XB,lu' No 2 Lt Ht jttllle can see how no true and every man a liar," clears the ablelneomanywaysthatthpywmnotbewUllnn No 6 Lt. Hot fl 00 p m An. Kalmouth 7 00 p in iCwonly unenKgtd ptriod wLen the hall frequently. My readers No. . Lt. Kalmulh 3 55 a ra. Arr. Cut. 7 50 a m once taken, al! ia todowltuonttfccm. But after all sick head the one I preach can touch decks. This position Not. 3 and 4 dally between Richmond, Lexington wedd be obtained for such a meeting dur- oilier goopel but to be "resignand wvlngton, all omen uauy except nuumj. Institute. And such cases. They are lying around in all easy. No jsrring struggles I ing the winter session of the in thi ed." No frantic effort to "call bitter "thick as autumn leaves" was to a K(wtous four days' service it was. ItSun-da- y dirrciions and "evil devil's world of tortured, broken heirts. I aweet" and "darkneM light" the young men, except the of rKVnanyllTft that here I where tri" Hailed to Kor ticket!, rale and Information pertaining lo a tired child, who la thebane ureal Loitt. Oar pais euro It whim " good," but the rent of "watch-night- " only quote this because "weary; mako cur time, connectlont, Ac. ctll on or addreet night meeting and the bosom in others do not. W. I). McHOBERTH. Aiiknt, ones may read this letter and leirn lies down upon the one faithful 1,'84. From u. Carfr's Llttlo Llrrr POli arc rcry fmall and Htanford, Ky. Miriooor Dec.3l,S3-JaTcrycuytotaVc. Onocrtwopilla niakoadot. all the world and only sobs iUelf to sweet minutes the word took ef- the way to a place of rest: BROWN, table and do not gripe or PL. A . W BENDER, this very firnt ten the grief Tiny aro atrlnly ?n;t January 5th, 18S4. est sleep When the child wakes, O'n'l Paaa. Krl. At parte, but by thtir f.iia acton plrneo all who utwrlnlendnt Soli the interest went on to culminate fect and CoTlnirlnn, Ky or acnt by maJ. 'It is kind of you to have written me iigone, botne out upon the wings of a otothem. IiiTlalaataScrntt; flroforft. by drUfcglats .t (EO II MeKlNNEY.TraT. I'aat A Krt Agt into what may fairly bo termed the htantord Ky been trying niuht that has pawed forever away. I have CAllTEIt 3IEDICIXE CO., XeirYork. of WedtesJay night. I have so fully as you have. But once attempt to defend even the the LORD, since I got your warded 300 souls for the ingathering of to say 'Praise succeeded u good many nearest and nearest of earth at the expense 500 first and have the four days, but I feel confident be content to heal mark. Owing to the times, but the full outbursts is checked, I of our God and we mutt would be nearer the Supposing all our own wounds "us publicans and sinners accu-yat- e think, by this reflection: ptwiliar methods of the meeting, no evil one and do," bv the slow ameliorationt of time that could be taken, but I think the evil does come from the account in any it does seem that it must still, God is creeps, not flie, and mocks our raisery.till thetc were more confessions than able to deliver and keep us from his power. the soul is calloused into insensibility, four days of labor we ever wrought for DSALEB IN But He does not. It seems sometimes to which yet is not worth the name of healing. souls. Praise the LORD I require such hard praying and such long The sum of all is this: Whosoever deTliia is the first foothold in the west end IIorHo Shoes, Groceries of calling and then the burden does not get fends the good God against all odds shall Hardware, nm? T hone the forerunner r "100-folhere" and yonder- -7 ? ? ? ? ? QiieciiHWuro, HtiKtcy Whips, NnllH, Iron, near future, if the lifted, and at last one has to fall down un- have many meetings in the would never, as a father, keep "Wilt thou do it, reader? Ever in Jesus, Cano BllllHi IIurucKH, Sloven, Buggy der it. You dear LOUD tarries. Geo. O. Barnes. Older 51111m, Lap Covert, 3rn.es, Hnolccfl, your child calling long and loud for help Wesire regularly at work again at the Corn Shellern, Collars, Stoneware, IliuiK, before go- - and not send it! Oh, I do hope God will two points so frequently visited Twenty years ago a man waa driving his Jewin street and 180 Al- - make it clear to met There is much in team of horses across the ice on Keuka ibc to Scotland- -0 hardly ever have eer- - your letter eo different from what we have Oliver Chlllqd. Champion Steel and Briujey Combined Plowi, Wooden and deragate where we Lake, New York. When in the middle of Our teachers have tried to eoula been taught. Cast Pumps, and tho Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Roofvice for the working women without the lake the horses suddenly broke through ing and Guttering will have prompt attention. 4507 souls (a curi- - make us say the sour grape was a sweet Several persona were soon at tho. being brought to Jeiui. nearly choked us to swal- the ice. W. It. .tfcTHnneu, in the rise of these figures, morsel; butit has otu regularity scene, and succeeded in rescuing the man low it; and the thought comes home, very is there not?) to January 1, 1881 have been and one of the horsea. The other horse God don't want me to say it wages in the bleswd work of the LORD, precious, that our sunk down with the harness and neck is sweet. I know I am not resigned p soron, No trace of the horse or harness Willi nil Qur hearts we say joyfully worry! But to go to my yoke PRAISE THE LORD' "Behold whal row, pain or was ever found until about two weeks ago. Father and tell Him so, with the feeling Owl hath wrought," dear readers, and help A horse's body floated ashore some live this wondrous that He does not expect me to be, is like miles from the the place of the accident. us to praise Him (or all the midst of darkness. 1 do thank PHARMACISTS Meaning. Our yeir will not close till Feb. light in By the harness it waa identified as the telling me this. So for this flash of aa the you for 22d, when we trust foi over the 5,000 horse drowned twenty years ago. DIULKBa 1W- light I will aay, 'Praise the LORD!' On wjweaa MHHI(Mnw rwul t of the first year's work in Britain. I whom the law Some malicious follow, the other hand,sciipture speaks ro much of Books, doa't ee how any one can look at theee- God sending the evil, He led Israel to ought to put where he can do harm, put we came unheron. the commend- - Marah; He cent plagues among them; He five bars of soap in the water-tanPhytytUni' prexilptlont accurately compounded aided; almost without letters of Alt.) at our said 'I will send this and that upon you;' Brunswick & Western road, near aycross, with no powerful association ation: I our "base even in the 23d Psalm we are taken by the on Christmas day. The night express JKWEftEHSU back; and 3,000 miles away from dear Shepherd Himself through the 'valley of train, that came along next, filled up with without saying "the work lathe TUB shadow of death,' aa well aa through the the soapy water, and Boapy water will not LORD'S," No human foresight or man- the shout. I 'green pastures;' so that while I do see a make ateam. So the engine was laid on TrtdsMark, WatcliCH, Largest Stock of could bare .brought it Clocks, Jewelry & Sllfcrware 5d1that honW hekrfc will be '.hut little clearer, it is only 'men as trees.' Will the jrack, without ateam or the power to "will not be- - you ask the LORD to give my eyes the make it, until another engine could be sent brouxhtlto thlt market. Prlcet Lower than Efer uu" to this. Dishonest oney OocVa and Jewelry Untthe LflweiLBWatchM, aml.Warraatod. dead." lam second touch? One thing may I ask? Yon out to pull the former train and engine paired on abort oUce Jievctho' one rose from'tifc Sivannah News. am desir- - say the LORD did not take my dear hus onward, solicitous about this only that I Stmi-ccIiIfi3ntcriorounmI ous that the gospel I preach should be known as the dear LORD'S gospel; and fulmany be thus encouraged to receive it wlioby reason of old notions and early ly, education have suspiciously held aloof from it in the past. There are many, dear blessing If to me, who would receive great nlythis timidity of changing opinion could be removed; who want to know what is right, but who yet Iremble to take what even seems good, became it conies not they are to them in accustomed forms; and they get but a by in laying hold, lest ihsdow for the substance they already pos To such, I tew, though it does not satisfy. the trut this added endorsement of Enfirst year of the LORD'S fsvor in the oonvinc-in- g glish work may not be without its sub-jci- ii;siitiiui: For Rent! MUNN A CO., of the RcntVTine AMtntCAH.eon- Tra1 tlnuo lonct nt Pollcltora ror Palenta, Garret..Canatla. Markt. Conrrlahte. for the Unltcl Htntc. Knaiana, t rance, uerrnan y, no. tiami noo PATENTS Thlrly-eeee- n 184-t- rr latentaiibtalnil through M UN.T A CO, are no4l.l In the HciKim no Am rnicArr, the Unreal, tet, anJ niott widely circulated aclontlflo ller, MJJnTe. In. Wwklr. tplendld rngraTlnp. and, Inten-ttlru- t formation. Mr)Oclmernipy pf therjcleiulflc Amer-ien- n A CO . HciI.HTinO tent fri-e- . A1ntt MUNN Sew iora. AMgnicAomce.auiiroadwtrt l'alentt mt fre. reara'cxperlencw. tn fl tK WrigiitsIndianVegetablePills STRAY STKER! r And TreJ. all" LIVER ',r!fl!:lil! s Hie rr, (J root t run TIIK BlliousComplalnttt MKaWIN'MBl'KCirif, English Hcmeilj, ! Kate to take, bHiiKpiiMy vegetable, noirrl Dnnralatc ln Mark. - tiii' play-goer- Attorney , a. Den-nis.w- COMMERCIAL. live, nt htj11cjj30 huffman, dkntiwt, lo It a potltlrecure for Weak Memo lAivtof llrtln l"ower. Nerroat Kxhauttlon, Hetnlnal Weakneat, lniotency. tn.l lleneral lou of 1'owerol the (ieierattve t)rtnt; ti.l .11 Ih.t follow aa a t Dtfcra Ilklnir, (mnue ol youthful ImnruJeuw of th niwi ul matured feart. tuch Tr.J.M.rk, sa I nlterttl Uwlluiie. rain iu tne Alt OOc-Bo- pre-vent- SPL.E1TDIX) OPTER SttOT atot that led U Intaultr orCon eumptlon In all etietof r'auiile WeakUMtlhe Mrwciac acta like a chirm, retlorlnt loMOf fadl n r wfjf or, Klrlna tu tbe eye a uriiiitni andtptrklint Ututjr, to the cheeky the nwy tlooout of htaltli. AfttrTaklag. -Mrwn'erpeclocli told by alt Drucfl.u at back, Dliunrtt of Vl.loti, I'reuia. lure Old Axe.and tuany ollerdla-- I WW la. Al) It lor-me- uiall, po'taire fre. on receipt uf prlte 'ull ptrtlculart lu pamphlel, which will be rualle-- free loetery applUtal. AilJrce alt com uiunlcatloot to the aol tatnuftclurrr, It. MKItWlX, I) , Detroit, Nlrb. II. Htanford by I'tnny M. McAlItter an4 all Hold In A iOO-llruultla eterywhere per packaxe, or ill ptcktrt for by well-know- ." "3iono:lv Chicago THE route. Railway. r Louisville, New Albany & OAXVUNE nt'NNINtl n, I" Pullman LOUISVILLE Pulnce TO Curs! AND SOLID TIUI.Nri OPJX.Y S3.SO, wiri-inte- i. CHICAGO foot-balia- pa-cto- m CIWCIXNATI! HrwttL Notick I'aatencert trom the Knox. etUe Hraoch of U A N. K. IU arrlfe In Uul.lllt In tlinelo lake the etenlnf train of the ''ifjoM Uoute" and to through Ut Urccncitallr, L'rarrfordaTlllr, lTajcli and Chicago nlthout chanirr. TIMK TABLhU Dally, oTAIIO.S's. pally a. ineet-;--ffltfii- u.i:.. n..li.il hr rllrd ot rt... Lte. Loulttllle Arr llreenra.tl " (.rawfordtfllle " Laliyelte -- .... " Cblcto ... tl p m J 14 a m 1 1)1 t in CI p m J OS a tu I 04 pm II a in I U p ia t ? ;illiu IMtn 1 1 Krto-nl'l- The ain.1 dlrrcl rout, with onlr one tbire of can, to all pulnta In Wlin.ln, Mlnnranla. luwa Ntbraakt, Ac for lurther lutormalion. aJJmM MCKKAY KKLLKH.U. ! A , Loulttllle, Ky 15. w l. CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RY. use cartetSI Kentucky's Route rot East be-ca- " Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. The only line running CUBE PULLMAN HEW SLEEPING OARS , A soiinMraiAiN LenlHTlIICtCluclnnaU iHgteu, Ky., i, aad Lex .. SICK JUia lMfa,.. WASHINGTON CITY. Connecting In tame depot wllh tu'. train lor gen-Ileu- HEAD ACHE .... Tha Direot Route tolynchbnrp, Dan- 1 ville, Norfolk, Ail Virginia and North Carolina forta-Bitel- Points. For tlckelt and lurther Information, apply to yourneacet ticket office , or addreat W. J. Ilaao, Spooial Rates Emigranta. W. :. ANII.D,V- Ticket and l'au. All , AdtrrllilDtf ArI., W Mrtln Nl Louttrllle, Ky. a0 . heavy-la-deu- C.W. HMIT1I, 03'1 Uaotcer, II. W. FlIM.KK. Oen'l I'aat'r Ai't. lllchtnand, Virginia. -- Js TAKE THE- - W. H. HIGCINS ! Saddle, Wheel, 01 & MISSISSIPPI rtoM R. I " East, West and North A i...n ZjOULletxrllle 3Tvtoilnct'rim l'arlor and the North, JCXTi.S 2 and I'alace Bleeping Cart to Cincinnati Watliing. ton, Ilaltlmore, rhlladelphlaand Hew York, with out change. UU1HVII.LK to the Katt Cara to Cincinnati ,,( JL BT.IjOUIH and theVVeet, Northweat and boulhwutt, wllh 1'altco hleeptog Can on night train, Loulirllls to St. Loutt. ID Hours LWfSBfi?to fr0' to Motor 2litftin CAUOnnd INDIANAI'OLIH.CHI. tho North, with Day Coacbea and Inclining Chair Cara through without change, ! LOOK AT The2:Mp. m. Eiprtat (dally) from Lonlirllle I'alaco bleeping Cart from Loulirllle lo New hit York without change, arrltlng at Watblogton ri THIS p.m. neitdty -- figuroa-iememberi- HgJhat k Stationery Drugs, and Fanoy Articles. Hours Ahead of All Competitor!, Kralartntt and via tbeO.A M. K'y have Through Day Coacbea on all tralnt. liars no mldnlgkt cbangee. Arrlrs at Ht. Loult 2 hour In advance of ntber Unci, thereby eocurlng morn time for making change ol cart and getting drat choice of teala In cara of connecting line. In advance of other 11dm to Indlanapolli and Chicago and lb only Una giving IU palront an-mirlda along the tboret of Lake Michigan. For ticket, rates, time, nitpt, Ac, apply to Ticket Agenle ol connecting llnet or addreia II.U. 11UOVVN. Southern l'auenger Agt., 8. K.Cor. Fourth A Main ttt., Iulivlllo. W. W. PKABODY, W. II, BH ATTUC, Oen'l Manager. Oen'l Paaaenger Agt Cincinnati, D, IIILL, fauangir Agtot, Lebanon, Ky. J, IIome-Beektra le MJalBegUtersl. ..