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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884020501 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. Stmt - WuHi imtefia VOLUME Stnu-S3Icclt(g mtfnal NEW SERIES-NUMBE- ? X.-NU- MBER 510. Lancmter. STANFORD, m ., TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 5,1884. The R 221. $ntcrior$ournnl GARRAHDXOUNTY DEPARTMENT How Wooden Spool tare Made. firm Mother. Col. Mat. Walton, of Lexington, was Editor and Proprietor W. P. WALTON, in town Saturday, looking as handsome m MIm Lizzie Hufiman left SaturJPubltahtid Tueadiiw cirul Vi'Ina, a prince. day morning to attend the Cincinnati College of Music. Mr. B M. Ilurdett is expecting daily II wo htte to 100 boxes of oranges from his grove in When paid itrlctljr In advance wajtanr limit 93.30 will be charged. Florida, to distribute among his frlrn-?s- . charge ltev Mr. Fowle entered upon tin A Woman i Rebuke, of his duties at the Chritlan church Sun-dtObb bright woman brought 150 youngmen preaching both morning and evening. aa.oo xxm annum il y, to terms bjr a very lnienlous performance at medical clinic at lllockley Alms-houslut week. Three of the fifteen students at the Woman's Meillcil College occupied aeata in (he lecture room, and while wait Ing for tba lecturer, who waa belated, (ha claM Indulged In omt notaj demonstration, which was finally directed in the way of playful banter to the woman present. Suddenly Mis A. M. Field, one of the female students, who la widely known a an eminent muwlonary In China, iroe, and aa be began to apeak the nol wu chao Gentlemen," td to respectful Hence ahe aald, "I hare been for 18 yeara a in China. Tho Chiticae hare no medical aciencc, and superstitious ritea are chiefly relied on in the treatment of disease. All tho people are in need of medical aid, but the women are needleit. A Chinese woman would qnder no cJrcum-atance- a go to a mala physician for the treat menl of any disease peculiar lo her xi She would be prerented by her own delicacy and by all the notiona of modesty held bv those around her. Sbe agony rather than would aufTer life-Ioviolate) her sense of propriety. Her father, har brother and her huaband would eren let her die rather than allow her to be treated br a male phyaiclan. Full of tor-rofor the suflVringi of tbeoe women, I hare been looking In Christian America to aee what hope of help for them might be there. I hare beeo glad to And that in ome of our great tnedlcal schools rarnet women ir tilting thru) and elves for a work of merry In Aa'.a and such women learn other landa. Vnle-(o do inch woik well there la no phvilcal aalration for thoee afflicted ones, And in behalf of these? women, who lure no med ical care while tber o aoivly need It, 1 ask from yon the courier of gentlemen toward ladlra who are a udy n medicine in Philadelphia." Aa MUm Field at down ahe waa greeted with a cheer, and a member of the claw, riling, a i a ml the ladles in a rery gallant speech that no annoyance to them we Inof MIm tended, The tlmtlv remark Field had touched the inborn courtesy of the young men and trught them a lemon a they will probably never forget. Itecord. e y w jr, Phila-delpUt- Our people are very much pleased with him. MIm Minnie Good loo, of New Orleans, who has been spending the winter In our midst, will leave for her homeon Wednesday to the regret of her many friends here. Husinm in the Circuit Court is pro- The Grand Juay has rMlnir slowlv found up to this time 16 indictments. John Tiel was sent to the penltelhry ore yesr yesr for grand larceny. There was n hung jury In two cisra against the K. C U K A negro, Judge Emmett Merritt, sued the railroad company for $100 for killing a fine blooded mare. This ewe was tried in the County Court where a verdict was found for the defendant. It was taken to the Circuit Court and the result was a hung jury. The case will be taken to tho Court of Appeals. W. A. Hiatt sued the K. C. Company for killing 30 head of sheep valued at $3 60 per head. This resulted in a bung jury. Ready vs. Collier, Cunningham vs. verdict for defendant. Held, verdict for defendant. Dinny vs. KerbyA Co, esse set for 11th day. Dan-la- p vs. Holme, jury gave rebate to Holmes on note of WO fee bill. Henry Burn-sidcolored, sent to the work house for 3 days for petit larceny. Jim Jutson was nttojallfor25 day and fined $75, for firing hispi.tol Into the house of one Mr. Itay on Posey Itldge. PAINT LICA, GARRARD COUNTY. The birch is firBtatwod into sticks four or five feet long and seven-eightof sn inch to three Indies square, according to the size of the spool to be produced. There sticks are thoroughy reasoned. They are sawed into short blocks, and the blocks are dried in a. hot air kiln. At tba time they are sawed a hole is bored through them. One whirl of the little block against the sharp knives, shaped by a pattern, makes thespoolat the rate of one per second. A small boy iVeds the spool machine, simply placing the blocki in a spout and throwing out the knotty or defective slock. The machine is automatic but cannot do the sorting. The spools are revolved rap- 7 iu union anu poiwi memseivo. ror some purpose they nre dyed yellow, bleck or red. They are made In thousands of pnspes anu siijs. hen one sees on a spool of thread "100 yards" or "200 yards" these words do not signify that the thread has been measured but that the spool has been gusged and is supposed to cjntain so muchthnad. When a silk or linen or cotton firm wants a spool made, It send a pattern to the spool maker. This pattern gives the size and shape of the barrel and tl.e head an 1 bevel. These patterns determine the amount of threid that the spool will hold. One Maine factory tarns out 100,000 greet of rpools per day, and consumes 2,500 cords of birch annually. s "Come here to me," ald a firm mother to hersou. Didn't I tell yon I'd whip you if you went down town?" "Yeesum." "What made you go? Say!" " 'Cauie," standing on the other foot. "Didn't you knew I'd whip you?" "Yessum," showing by his manner that he didn't. "I'm a great mind to wear you out. If I'll you go outside the yard again IN- whip you " DrtiRH, Wall Paper, Wine, Musical About ten minutes afterward she sees lilqtior CltcuilcalH, HOOKM, IuMlniomcBto, the boy plsylng in the street and calls him. Ntatloucry, Cigar. JfOCKCt Nonpn, XolmccocL, OilH. He comes reluctantly. Cutlery, JLHUip.4, furriery, SfachlH Fire Arms, "Didn't I tell you I'd whip you if you NettSIea. outside the yard?" went Our Jorrelrr, Silverware and Optical Goods Department la In Charge erCtti. 'Yeosuni." Thos. llichards, w ho will Repair Watches and Clocks Promptly and in tho besi-styl"Why did you do it?" " 'Cause." "You good for nothing little ratcal; I'm a great mind to wear you out. If you go I'll whip outside this yard again you if its the last act of my life. Do you hear mt?" M' ROBERTS &STAGG DEALEU8 Opera House Block, Faint, Stanford, Ky.. y lo c. .a. "Yeum." After a while she ecee him playing in the street again. Calls him and aays: ''Never mind. I'll tell your pa when he comes." A Arkansaw Traveler. a Mother's Kiss. There is first the infant kin The tiny lips and little, passion-leeface is molded into smilea by a aa kiss e, Womta and Decoration. A woman A California writer says: looks fir it to decoration; a man to comfort. It (a a woman'e prlrllege to ad or a beraelf in a fan In Hie garb ao plea- -s the eye of man and outrage the eye et woman. I caa fancy Adam when be waa turned out of the Oorcitizsns were soired up Friday. we:e Two negroes just from the smalt-pohere dodging around. The fact wan soon dou-bl- e known and they were driven away in time. It is reported that there quick were three dralha from the disease within five milea of here, near Wallacetown. Mr. King and family, o( Mayavillo He 111 settle In onr midst in a few daya. has rented some land from Mr. Jno. Parka to go into tobacco raising. There will be a large crop raised in this vicinity. Several of our farmers have turned their attention lo the cnltivatlon of the filthy weed. There being It same talk of a tobacco ware-hou- e erected here soon. Paint Lick can boast of the bwt string band in the Slate and Is mtdeup of the best lookingroen. MesM.8alam and Henry Bame, B.B Irrine.J. G.Barnes and Scott FarrU compose the band. They gave our town a nice serenade Friday night. One young lady was ao eaehanted she couldn't twist the temptation: She got out in tho door and cut tfie pieon wing. x "A dying man may be burned with a t iron and not feel psin," Dr. Carw-for- d aald lo a reporter for the Mail of Stockton, Cal. "Consciousness may remain to thedring almost to the dissolution, but generally they lose the power of thought long before actual death. In cases of death in which there seems to be suffering the writhing and spasms are due to reflex muscular aotlon. Ftrtr weakens the nervous system and consequently hastens death; and the reverse of feir may prolong life." The Doctor cited a medical report concerning a Methodist minister. He lay on the verge of death, cold and pulaele-- v and friends around his bed sang his favorite hymn. As they ceased, and while the the physician stood liming the death, the minister hinds moved, and he whispered, "Glory!'' Restorativex were administered, and an hour later the man had recovered. He lived many yeara aler that. He. said be understood every word spoken at his bedide. Under the nervous excitement anu entuuuaaoi wrougni oy itie nymu, ne had exerted bis muscular strength, and lived. red-ho- the first lesion in the lsnguage of life and it rests in the arms that are made of ten derness, and pillowed on a mother's bosom, who shall fathom the deep, earnest love and proud hope of mother's kls? And when too pure for earth, the little spirit wings its wy to the somewhere unknown land, does itnotseem as if her very life would go out with the ast sad kiss to the pulseless clay? Should the infant be spared to be her stay in the decline or life, "mother's last kiss" in the will be a spell to keep the school-boright path when other home influences are forgotten or fled. And in later yeaia"moth-er'- d last k'uw" may prove th salvation of may a man who lips have long been sullied and difiled by impurity. Though its induence may slumber, it can never be effaced, and through gocd or ill the memory of that kiss will continue until he a'eeps (o wake no more. y ing New Goods for Fall and Winter; comprising the best in the market, which will be gotten up in style and make second to none in city or country. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley I have received and am still TJi.E"ir . receiv- 11 UNDERTAKER, AND - Dealei" in IJ'uviiitiix'e ! any prices you can obtain elsewhere, freight bclug added. Ala a full assortment of Collins, Cncs. Nhrouds and Ilobes, embracing all the New Styles, both cheap and expensive. "Ware reH opposite St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Ky. A Full and complete assortment or Furniture, embracing everything from the Cheapest to the Finest Parlor Suites. 2F need to go to the large cities to make your purchases, no mattr what quantity r quality you want, as I ean and will duplicate A young lady In Ulster county, just across Osn HOKDnKO Doixabs Pan Blioht. w ci the river, called at a lawyer's ouice in garden of Wen, looking for a cabbage Ief to lay awkwardly on hU head to keep the ana off. I can picture Kre making a wreath of tlowera to ornament her hair and learlng the necessary comfortable leaf cored ng for her comely ahouldera until the laat. Adam with the cabbage leaf probably went to aleep, until Ere woke him up toaaklf "that wasn't prtfy." The taste for adornment la aa deep aa nature and an ineradicable. Uut why ahould tho ladle of San Francisco fix themaelrea up in iuch variety of colors and in such a mixtuie of dree arrangement that one wonder whether God made the woman or ahe made herself? No man is erer respected who wean anything loud In color or garish Simplicity J the feature of man's drew; but complicitr describes the woman'e. She lit merely an accomplice In the matter. ' A Moonlight Symphony. Algernon My dearest Eudora, you know that aa wo are ao soon to be married, we ahould cease to lire in au enchanted dream and begin to take practical riewa of life." Eudora "I know that dear, and I hare thought it all orer much more often than you think." Algernon ' You know that I am not rich, and can not afford to keep my bird of paradhe in a gilded cage," Eudora "'It makes no diflerence, Algernon, I hare already picked out a sweet littla house in tiie suburbs, which I know you can rent." Algernon "How good of you, my angel; and then you know that In order to pay for the furniture, which must be brought on installment, it will net do to keep a servant. Can my darling'a pretty white hands mike bread and attend to all household duties?" Eudora "Well, no j hut I have provided for that, too. Mother's people are stating, housekeepers, and ahe and my tbreo maiden aunt will giro up boarding and Philadelphia come and live with us." Btrnum's agents are telling around in Cull. , newspaper offices that the sacred white yeara old elephant will eat and drlgk from the goldA colored man eighty-fou- r was, for'bufglary, returned by a New York en water jus and troughi which the prieiti Court to Sing Sing Prison, where he had who attended him in Siata insisted Bhould nerved previous terms aggregating sixty bo included in his purchase. The holy years. He said he wits glad to go back brute Is to travel in a gorgeous palace car The priests and attendants will occupy n home. The broom factory at Georgetown is to section furnished as a sleeping apartment. be closed, owing to the difficulty In procur- Tho third section will be set apart as a ing a sufficient supply of material with place of worship for tho Burmese priests, and will contain their Idols. which to operate it. sin-gul- A. Pe left Richmond on October 4th, 1310 frr Philadelphia; arrived in Baltimore oa the oih and took the train that evening for Philadelphia; waa found iosen-sibl- e by the conductor ia the baggage-oa- r and at Havre da Grace, or Wilmington, was transferred to the train going back to Baltimore, where he U supposed to have arrived during the evening of the Gtb; waa found early on the morning of the 7lh lying on a bench on Light street wharf and A Plan That Don't Alwaye Work. waa taken to the Washington Univtraity When A.T.Stewart, the dead million- Hospital, Biltlmore, where be died about as buried aire, asked for the girl he wished lo marry, midnight October?, IStOand her father said Stewart wanted to marry in Westminster Burying Ground on the 9th. her for her money, whereupon the ardent This U the true story, as vouched for by the late Neilsoa Poe. Richmond State. awain replied: "No sir; you needn't leave her a cent, I Ah KA.3TEHX Skoke Amecdotk. The will soon be richer than you, anyhow." negro invariably addressed each person Then did this singular parent say: . he met aa "Captain," and asked him: ' Is "Go ahead and take her, then, and heavdis de road to Denton?" and was always inen bless you both." formed in reply that it was. When the This story waa told years ago, and is replace of their destination was reached the called by the experience of a young man, old lady asked the negro why he addrsd who, being familiar with the incident, tried everybody as "captain," when he msdilhe It recently on the father of the girl he lov following intelligent and appropriate reply: ed. When the other accused him of being "'Ciuse the land is so poor hereabouts, I after his money the, youth replied: thought dey could not mike a livin' will-o"Keep your money. I have started a C;cil Demo de water." dey folloe-enew'pipcr, and will soon be worth more crat. money than you ever saw. A 1'eopi.e Without Cussumptios. A And then the girl's father, initead of paypaper was read recently before the Tennesing, "Take her, and heaven blew you see Medical Society with the title "A Peoboth," kicked him out of his house, a without Consumption, and some Achealthy dog bit a piece ont of his leg as he ple count of their Country " The country in went down the steps. It would seem that question is the Cumberland plateau. The all fathers are not constituted alike, One writer, Dr. Wright, has practiced in the n is more credulous than tho other. reclon throughout a generation, and in Herald. his assertion of fact touching the entire abThe King of Truss'ia recently vUited a sence of consumption he Is supported by the testimony of about twenty other phynoodle mnnufactury in his kingdom in machinery, combined with sicians of standing. to eco what the human hand, could produce. He was At a recent opening of a new commercial shown a number of superfine needles, exchange in New Yosk, the president statthousands of which, together, did not ed that the annual value of the raw sugar weigh a half an ounce and marveled how imported and produced in the United such minute objects conld be pierred with States considerably exceeded our im porta an eye. But he was to see that in this re- tions of tea and coffee, with silk, hides, spect even something still finer nnd more bemn and rubber added. The figures for perfect could be created. The borer that sugar wero stated at $130,000,000. whoje business is to is, the working-ma"I don't care for any dea-ei- t bore these eyes in the needles asked for a said a boarder at the table, addressing the hair from the monarch's head. It was read- land-lad"Don't say desert, Mr. Qulb-leily given and with a smile. He plated it Pleateepeak properly at my table, made a at once tinder the boring machine, "Excuse me," replied say hole in it with the greatest care, furnished and because I Mr. Quibler. "I aald dea-er- t It with a thread and then handed the found ao much sand in it yesterday." needle to the astonished king. PoK.-E- III! THUS DTOIIY OF TIC 8 DEATH (M Jar to have Kingston the other day and d shiI brought ajaioal a lormer lover tor bieueh of promise. "Ha promised four times to marry me," she said, "but be haa not kept his word, and my affections are all blighted." "How much damage do you wish to claim?" said the polite lawyer. Well, I waa blighted four times and I think $100 a blUht is not too much " So suit was entered at $400 dsmsgee Poughkeepsie Special. for four blights. 4 S 551 4 o o 4H9 -- l i a o S o M ET--3 M THB CINCINNATI WEEKLY Metropolitan NEWS, Journal, A WATlOJIAIi 30 WWm t Full of Ent rVrlM. o o m "".I pfi--J CO J CEO. D. WEAREN PEOPLE. Eight Pages 64 Columns, Containing ill ths news, correct msrket reports, wsll elecUl mUcrilanr, brilliant siorls-- ln of the Cenftict. the fsTorlte Weekly tral United atates. Nor-rislow- Psr Commission IKerGliaxif Maiiniactox - ei s' - AND - - A-gent, -- STANFORD, KENTUCKY, DEAI.KR IN Pchlmiikd Br Tim or-d- er Cincinnati News Publishing Co. At the following tow Kates of Subscription: The Weekly Newi, with one of Dora's Celebrated Works, 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, Corn Planters, "Ohrixt Leaving the Pratorium," "HI.-- !. Tnfa.tn .Tavniitl Am." nf Doro'l fliued historical TI.UW. .ncTT.rlnr. paintings are tb best sml uios (.perfect reprints by Rfnrnduclnt ComiunT. sod can !k. Kr..ion Ait not b purchased a ortglntl pUlea for leu than 110 nl are direct coplei, preserving every line and detail of ths de-ser- English Forty Dollar Engravings! These pictures are suitable to adorn the pallor of any gentleman. Asa It Never Fails. People are startled by its wonderful cures. The fact that Dr. Wbitesel's German Cough Srup for Coughs, Consumption and Lung disease is dally curing thousands of this terrible disease has caused all who have tested its merits to pro' remedy. Speedy nounce it a never-failinin affording relief, effectual in arresting further progress of disease. Try it and bo For sale by McRoberta & convinced. John D. Park & Sons Stagg, Druggists. Agents. g The premium engrarlugs will I milled about lo the tubicrlbers cntltlid the flrt of etch to receive thtra. As a premium offer It Is confidently claimed thit not be lti outl wu never before mads and would adoptpontile tn this caw eacept for tba method Foreign Art Reproducing Company to ed br the advertise Jts works. Do aotfall to avsll yourself el.th opportunity by send log your name and adDollar Ucloand, to dress, Wtue CINCINNATI WEEKLY NEW8. uit-ul- .. t 00 A ilDgte copf , one year. 1 year, .. 9 00 A cluh often copies to one pojt-otn1 year,. .17 00 A club of?0 copies to one post-mc- e And larger clubs at 85 cents par copy per annum. I'MtniitUrs and oftiar agents will be allowed IB percent, on full rate (not club) subicrlberi. Cider Mills, Cano Mills, Pumps, Iron Fencing, 'Saw Mills, Engines, Threshing Machines, Hose Belting, PKEMIUM SUPPLEMENT! AsrU'iiIturiil MachlHOiry ..$0 40 Ami, fu facI.evcryUtlogiicrlalnliiB'io A stogie copy, three months ....v .. 60 Ofllco mirf Ware ltooms opposite St. Anitpli Hold, Mauler months A tlcglccipy, la 1 eHKo' KATA.d&!2-- r t854.-1884n0JM ft- oa aiji Ue rtaalt aftklrtr rnSiH Urtwer.wlllbe aeatfrea MeJtwaeaa-All tor i is wawaated Wfce, fteah 1 VrVttUU Mj newer Seed CaUUat-- c je' eiaHe I I 'rm. Ike fililM. afurklcheaa Kailr llktf BCW Mak. M.f u.Mi.f 1..4 Uklea, 1 lall tha tatraaaca f Ua Ike farmaariaaMwka araaraad aamw ksaft bl.aHhAJlflL alaat Sat4 .li .- ...( a lar( part r It r r " rlclaal Utrod.eer orWllMo rtlll a,Bae ei mi"ua r Trtcieia jr a .enriui vw -i utewDi ina -U- hoIdliprTSu 'tUauMehrUtl "lcri-rtU- , e.Iaxt-Mto Mr Meet, Markaalt A?- 1- laehr ItKXT, Kn irMnrallt,i LARCANTKR1 aBvmitIMCMKK TH. There are now five coal mines in undiminished in its beauty and unshorn li nti fcju i.i til"r mtk Uiii Inrmvf i.r I !lnila.rfnri1?rnf m. operation in Etst Bernstadt, Laurel of its strength, tlTCM Ht vli en. Href l !(!('. B. P. WALTBIl Jit tlliloniu. county, with a production of thirty five car JtCKINNEY. KlaM ilftosrnr.1st III.vj -. UrVhU'V-latiuucloads a day. A Ant'I dropped In on the new firm of F. M, February 5, 1884 Stanford, Ky., LANCASTER, KY. The Board of Directors of the Cumber Ware & Co. and found them jttstcomiilet Offlceorer CI tlieni National Hank. Offlte hours 4 ftom 8 to 12 a. m. and from 1 to A r. m. land A Ohio R. R met at Jbsnon and ing their inventory, which reaches nearly ! EDITOR Jjr. P. WALTON. h. v. iiuniiLr--. recommended the transfer of the lease to $5,000. The firm is making arrangements s. . l.uaDarrr. HUJJULE & DDIIDET-P- . Mr. Huntineton. :i- -t through to Le to extend their building I oiler for isle privately my firm rf il.lt Nlcholaivllle ATTO UNJ3YH ,l7fi.N, .luiif17iiilirn K.. ol county Judge Jackson, of the Circuit Court street, thus securing fronts on two street on AT X.A.1V. Tub nomination of Librarian by tbe lllckiusn Creek, In .icanitoe im Will KT. of Louisville, denied new trial to George and giving them one of the largest business I unit Is In Is In Rood conand clorrr and practice lo Oatrard and adJMnlna; coon tie democratic caucus on Friday night, not "d to thli part ol dition fur growing nujr crop Levi and Co e Snap, convicted of defraud houses In the county. The new member of the Hate and li well adapted (0 "ring tntmrco. withstanding the contest was between tOJtn Hide Public ciuire lMy i ing the city of money. the firm, Mr. Stephenson, a son of W. T The lnirotcintnU eontUlcell. pst ia dwelling of and that ladies were pretent in large 7 rooms with porcbasand ,B ellvfKoodwa- dewacun Jiidah P. Benjamin, now in Pari, nl Stephenson, of Crab Orchard, has the repu- trr ncsr the door, a food barn liulldlrpand An or umbers, was attended by more disgraceout lied and oilier nies that he ever entertained the idea of tation of being a thorough businessman. rhtn). stock watrr r abundant and convenient Ac. ful ecenea than were ever enacted in a The fencltijon the creek li mutljr of stone, nen- the pKciBct primary in the backwoods. It was thought at Frankfort yesterday anceSouthern Statc resuming their allegi- He came to this town with high reccom- - ty or uraiwr trimlr Location Itauu iencri to lor lennn purpov to Great Britain. In bihmI mendatlons. Doubtless he will find h'l was worse confounded and the whole that the vote would stand last night WilChurch, tfhool aud mill, I wwl sell the. property meeting of the situation pleasant and profitable. See ad low and on eaar terimto partlea dralrlng a noma The third Thing catoe near climaxing in a general liams 48, Blackburn 38 and Carlisle 34. State Sanitary Council will be held under vertisement of the new firm in another or will divide It to lull purchasers. row. As it waa Iiaac Palmer Caldwell and This would be a shame. Carlisle should If ret sold tir Mir. I I will rent to reliable parties. MHH.Jt. A. UKUHVRMiKH BeDreeentatlTe Jtatclifle indulged in a be Bade the nominee by acclamation. the auspices of tbe State Board of Health, column. llanly, r.U.,Ky. 203 S mo. The little town is in some uncertainty little roogh ard tumble but were separated Both the Courier Journal and the Ccnrner' at Bardstown, on March 26 and 27. Gov. Knott haa granted a pardon to a to the location of the C , O R AN. R'y. before any damage win done. Mr. Cooke, ciaT$ representatives said there waa but VALUABLE Wm. MeFaer, of Mercer county, who waa The line of stake ptsnted by the engineer Mice Dairy, Mrs. Head, Mia little chance of a nomination lat night. Mrs. Fib, Kentucky penitentiary last ing party is a realitv, so far aa it sent to the Hanson and Mm. McPonnellwere the Re, but Stanford Town Lots for Sale. With such a man before it aa Mr. Car- June for two years for manslaughter, beyond this all ia conjecture Whether for the portion of Librarian and lisle, the Kentucky ltgislatora should not The public debt waa reduced during they get an additional road or not, it is IhsTOta waa pretty well divided on the rtrj I Wiw P'lce f"J for ills ballot. Tbe content finally narrowed hesitate, but give him the Senatorship with the month of January $12,000,000. The certain tbey need an installment of side- veryotterrtaoniM prliately atOVIZl T Jkt t.ltui. three cheer and a tiger. Everybody but surplus for the year will be $112,000,000, a walk, and that right speedily. With it TO H' A" ,OTH la the North tail lliulta of tba Jewn to Mrs. Hanson and Mrs. Cjoke, clt-Kunford. More than half ol them are d partisans of Williams and falling ofl of $20,000 from last year. the neat dwelling, ita stored it wllhlna third of a mile ot the Com t limit-- , and a prceeat incumbent, and on tbe sixth bollot or Blackburn is for him. A passenger train on the Chicago Air handnome hotel, it picturesque church- numebr of Ihiui within 1wothlrti of a mileper-nwaa a tie, broken however before the there for derol. eiftllentle Line went through a bridge and waa burn- and ita pleasant society, its street, like the JunctloM In builcri or have lralee iiulymrnt it eniigvd Eoosare worth 45 centa a doxea in been Malting ExtenvetewH announced by several meraberi that point. chasging their Tote to Mrs Hanson and she Frankfort and it is safe to assume that the ed. Six charred bodies have been recover those of Venice, wonld be more eaallv naviTheso toll are. tbo very beat and toott conveniently gated with canoes than traversed by fo(t bavandever tiren ottered situated fur retldentei that declared the nominee amid the "wild- average legislator, who is not a millionaire, ed. There were several fatally Injured. lur isle In Htinford, md A West Virginia Circuit Court has de- passengers. If you wont pave for your own my prices and teriui are mi u as to plar ll In the To Their Block of enthusiasm," Ilanron ia the goes without his oulel at his matutinal Mr. est any Induitrlout ruin to secure on of ot cided, that the Salvation Army haa the comfort, fellow citizens, then for humani- ijwr tor a hojf widow of Gen. Roger Haneon, "Ihe hero of meal. netu right to perform on the street, without be- ty' sake lay a plank way from the hotel to They all front upon new ttreeli, which hvelult BroWriver" and ia a sifter of i.ntiMil. lh liir.atlpaL aljd, he! In blatlford. LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. . ... . ing liable to arrest for disorderly conduct. tbe depot, so that a stranger may be able to t.n . If.... v inCMIl II IICD II 1QT III rtVIIIU! ti. ...v.. Af B J. Peters, of Mt. Sterling, She Joatice the lint lte-- lavel n torequlmnoftradlnK iodine And now have the Beit Mr. Hill, had leave to bring in a bill It is said that Massie Beazley, of Aber- escape the threatened entombment. 8tock in Ce fe'Tery accomplished and wnitby lady very belt well waler eanUt had at a depth ul from 20 to 40 left. tral Kentucky. They have Parler sad the self clion will give general satis'ac-tie- to iccorporate the Rockcistle Springs and deen, O , Magistrate, has married over 3.000 to none but white perwuv. They will be lold MINGS MOUNTAIN. LINCOLNCOUNTr. Mining company. couples of eloper in thirteen years. Lord, and Bed Room 8eti, Carpet. A map of thru can bnenat my office 105 4 ruo. ir. It. Sttl.I.KU. A bill to legalize and establish the what an amount of sin be will have to anCane and Penitentiary The C, G. R A Naihville track his BUnfurd. Ky. AjarronTER, speaking of the bill which adoption of the local option law in Lon- swer for when the reckoning comes! Deen extended four miles and trains are Chain, Marble Top Rep- was parted in the National House of By an agreement reached at a meeting now running to Yosemite. on Green river don District No. 1, in Laurel county was Centre8tand& ExCOMMISSIONER'S Teaentativea on Friday, for Ihe restoration passed. of the stockholder' of the Kentucky CenTheie ia a movement on foot to tension Tablet, lathe military rank (which he would have Mr, Hallam offered a bill providing tral, an assessment of ten per cent, will be change the name of our town to Green Woven Wine. Cot held had it not been for the senttnee of a that the office, of the Cwj Clrcolt Ai of Librarian, after tbe expi levied on the stock, and the bondholders River Junction which Is more appropri- Court,Muter Commlnlocer tax ulo at th I ihall proceed Ui offer court martial) of Fitz John Porter, tips our ration of the term just about to be filled, be will be asked to accept four per cent., for a ate than its present name. In Utterly, Ky , lo tbe blgbeit bidder door Folding Bed LounXcpieve'ntalive Gen. Frank Welford, this at publi auction, on filled by appointment from tbe Governor, period of three years. Enough revenue ger. Bedi & Coti, Wardrobe A wreck in the tunnel, has become a complimentary notice . "There were four and that the term be extended to four years. can be provided in that way to complete familiar expression here. The railroad MONDAY, 1'KIIKUAICY 25, '81 and Sofas, and Everything She . The first excellent ipeecheq ruide y the extension. A message waa received from the Govcompany are working a force, of men in Count j lourt dj, upon a cndlt ot lx and twelve Kept in a Fint-cla- u Furniture Store. ' wsajby General "Wolford, if Kentucky, in tmntni, tne loiiowiiig acvcriceu prvperi,iu-i-i Simon Bonner, at Port Gibwn, Mia, the tunnel putting in new timbir, ernor, announcing the appointment of favor of ihe bill. Woolford somewhat JrHitti!H(cl NiiKHr Among the recent real estate Ir.ioVers A Farm t otisMIng of About 125 Acrrn John W. Proctor, Geo. F. Lee and Thos. for murder and J. C. P. Collins, at Nevada in face the late Judge Jere Black, McEobcrts, of Boyle county, and William City, Cal , who robbed a banker of two gold we report from John Yoke to J. A. laud, with a new Ulver . and has an earnest though somewhat pehour thereon, trout barn and G-400 acres unimproved at $5 per acre anllartdwertr Johnson, of 'Nelson county, aa Commission-er- a bars, valued at $7,000 and then killed bim, other newairy outbuilding, and 3(10 Arreiof culiar style. Today, for a maiden effort RKraaaiaT- of the Asylum of Deaf and Dumb at suffered the extreme penalty of the law Alex Fletcher to W. F. Talbott 103 acre line 'I linurrru a Him aojoim.iE he held the interest of the House and "ild Wmli Its on the Mlddleburr; Iriit thir-t- u Danville. rriuay. uuring tne latttr execution a Improved at $13.50 tier acre. Mr. George A Trico I Ota tuopUe road, about 10 t'e 11. w IV all Mr made a strong, speech, pregnant in arguand knownai apartof tho Addlwn Wll- The representatives varied the monoto- violent rain fell, thus giving the condemnLane sold hi farm to Mr. Shannon, price Ub-rt- r, la Ansa ... . . . tarru - well watered aC4 li our f..i llatui I. Mil and interspersed with some very ment y ny of a dull srwion by presenting Clerk, ed man the last chance at water he will not ascertained. The above named land nf th t!nel itirfk r.rm In t aver count- - At i Ind ".t" ,. "fjvr: .niniiHcinuwi, . ntMII. keen sallies of wit" This is nothingmore and nlice Itoht U William will llalnei'. J A tt Ht ber, Voe A L9tt ltM JL the iinie time buyers are from Harrison county and de wllhiafinu o.n.litiiiz f about IOO Arrew ot Polk Johnson, with a magnificent bou ever have. N.W. HaMwta than just. Tbe old Geceral may possibly quet as a testimonial ? the Eitey,UP''h- - "! fquare llano KmIm: sign railing fruit and tobacco. Mr, MeKee. ' tlreru Mvr anf. Uoor Creek tottoui land alout jjo .r',lfE' pbonlnrrr ..! Hamilton Organ. of their appreciation HUSTONYILLE. LINCOLN COUNTY. outrage the sacred sympathies of the "cul-charIUU Arren w Ull Itniwin. mhu ujvut. will put out ten thousand peach treea this thcitto, the Mrm bUcs lfl a hitch tUte ol culliva- - Iclruio.DUJd it prltreirx! lenoi lo iolt ir. of his fidelity and urbanity aa clerk, which J ,'" and thrill with holy horror the of what li .ricV. .Dd M,m- Col. Weatherford is making prepara spring. Oihrr families from the same UD. th'. -o MlMeinbMrlrMl-who- le he accepted in a graceful little speech of (IKtaa) aoJ i.jiuV 40 known ai the Addtwa W IMUn. high strung rentimentality of the icitbelir; thanks. tions to occupy the residence recently county arc expected to buy land and In- A. rorilliMU land a Milium) Milter Cow r ilM ti. .1. ritt.HITT. but ihore who can endure sound tense He will not cite here early in the spring. Mr. Cook, of Rockcutle, obtained a purchased of J. B Green. earnestly though roughly spoken will lismove immediately, but is bringing his bus The social event of the season was the leave to bring in a bill to submit to the ten with interest when Woolford speaks. voters of this Commonwealth the question iness to a tUte which will admit of a wedding of Mr. James McCirty and Miss College. Stella Ball which took place at the resiXora single billot has been taken in aa to whether spirituous, vinous or any in- change of base in the spring. Elder Gibson, who haa recently taken dence of the bride' parents on Thursday SevepTirst-Olos- s the caucus to nominate a candidate for U. toxicating liquors shall ba sold within the .NTANFOKl. KY. Companies, Wednesday night, limits of this Slate, in qu in titiea less than charge of the Christian church in tbia evening last. Despite the Inclemency of 8. Senator since last been confined to hi room by an the weather a Urge number of the friends place, has ' Thursday night being "spent ;int fiilibue- - iO gallon. He ventureJ out of the bride and groom were assembled in With a Full Corps of Teachers, By Col. Talbott: A bill to authorize attack of rheumatism. leering and Friday night having been given J. 31. I'llJt.tl'H, tr.,.ltaaiwa. on Sunday, though with great difficulty, to the parlor to wlme the ceremony. Bro. ThliTcrtitutlon w 11 open lti Thlrtwnlb 8elc-npto the nomination of a librarian, after the Boyle couny court to levy and collect cocgretation. Tbe service was Middleton pronounced the ceremony in onlhe.'d Monday In hepleuibci Beit. ivrhicb an adjournment wsa bad" till last an ad vcloremtax to pay the ordinary ex- meet his the most happy ami impressive manner "sight. The only new, feilp'fe inthe tire- - penses of the county, and a bill to 'author- brief and pointed and apparently ALL THE BBANCHtS OF A HTANt)nD. XY. which is so familiar with him. After the 'same business is the withdraws) of Mr. ize the county court of Boyle county to The mails are becoming more and bride and groom had received the ''Sweeney, exactly what he should have donate $500 to the construction of a ma congrat THOROUGH ENGUSHCOURSE w. P. WALTON, . - Proprietor. more remiss, interior journal, ulation of their numerous friend the "5oce three weeks ago. "Williams claims cadamized road in said county. mailed at Stanford on Tuesday, waa distrib Are taufht, as well m company were ushered into the dining 'aiit&l this assures his nomination on the The House by a vote of 52 to 9 passed BUeofHiite.'.SMW Eljhl comnl.te aeta uted along this road on Thursday afternoon, ery 8eii0( capacity. Includlni tallery. HOBIC. THE LANOUAOE8. DItAW. room, where assembled around the bouu aicxt ballot and Blackburn pretends to be a bill for tbe better protection of the inM. IleaMOible ralee to good alUacUona, The mail on Friday was not received here ti fully laden and AdaWaaw AND PAINTINO. INO aa atove. mates, of lunatic asylums. artistically decorated It provides until night, on account of delayed trains. equally as confident that be is the coming ijjjaMin, but it is almost, safe to.nwume that that no censorship shall be exercised here- - Friday's paper, however, by the swift anp tables a pleasant hour was spent in partakPRICKN John alter over the correspondence of inmates of sure line of Walton's pony express is al- ing of the many good things provided. Neither will be Dancing was indulged in by the young nexf Senator insane asylnjabutiiikcs their In Tuition, prlcti ran from l'J to t&O In th e CrifSn Carlisle will be the ways on time. regular Peparlmente. lriinarT, 11. In Wined lata folks until the "wee soil' hours" when the tOO; PrepanitOJr. w- - ud ColleclaM, HO. 'crom Kentucky. Williams and Blackburn rights as free and unrestrained aa those of Mrs. Dr. Fjwler, son and daughter, of 4XDeach other worse than the devil dow any other: cilfxen. Jie second section pro Stanford, have been visiting relatives here. guests departed wishing tbe young married For fall partlculun, aa to Board. Ac . addrraa INTERIOR JOURNAL koly water and would do anything to keep videa for as?iqBet to be held by the Coro- The Messrs. Dunn went (o Lexington to at- couple a life of happinee and plassure flfUi, --a. C. TKUf.HKAHT. friar lpr.1, tanford, Lincoln fjo., J. FOB W.80t ifco other from beings elected, although ner of tbe county in the event of the death tend the grand stock sale. They are pre- and feeling that a most enjoyable evening has no especial fondness tot of any inmate, and on the inquest the tes paring for another Southern trip. Soc had been spent and wishing that some one Blackburn 'Without acrlp or puree, or, Th. MoaslrJa else would marry that the pleasure of the timony ojanr pepn, sane or Insane, Owens LvaDjellit. . Carlisle. O. Tba HUtory of. of haa nearly completed a Conaecraled Life, lb Iteord of Ha elleol evening might bo repeated. Tbia wish a llook ol It. fubllc Ulleraocw.- -' TbMbta vexed questionas to who is the leid-- g shall bi received, and the Curt and jury horses with which he proposes to test the and "The bound In Uvelled boards and tinted clolbOcUv; will soon be fulfilled else we are mistaken veiu, lady of the tlnited States, since neither judge of their credibility. The third sec- Florida market He bought 4 horses from 1 have rented tbe corner Hotel In C rab Orchard, tilt motto on cover; 630 jee, it aniravljic of tion that occupied refurnlib-eHo.ii, the Marie; map ol lie Fxetident nor the President of the Sen- ment prescribe a a punishment by confine G. M. Givens, but I can not learn the in the actions of (he couplethis interesting knownind propvlirtli run it Inn fitted ind iljle, tid ...M V ': V".";' P"ootrtvturalDor,h a to It 7 the "Saratoga." When in the penitentiary not leas than ) i.r tn.il. Id tbe back fir i01'' twclil atltntiou tn tracilent titom prices. ate has a wife, has been settled and the traveler! will nd enlendid Mmple room production. In ala- - and color ol Ink oftK lrrrlp-three months nor more than three years, or event occur, if we are not invited we will Oa Saturday morning a youBgishVgen-tlema- n coBBtry will, that is the feminine portion, fur lae dl.Ur ia tbelr guoJiand accorntnuiUtliioi .b.r ,h E.?,D? hliowlfln a fine not exceeding $500, or both, for any I will Iiln IllbU. Illu.tratlnc In a compart blimu. equal to anv Ilouie h Central Kentucky who la fond of "selling" his acquain- Ull who mde the motion to aojourn. form Kla Mat more quietly. The President gave a alio have; charge of tkt Uvcr Blabli ind will at- - r.iin f nu ixmk li a cunipiem biitory of U. violation of tbe proyisions of the act. tances, accosted L. B. Adams at a sunny ditaner a few nights ago, to which were inwaji keep It eupplleu witn rait none ana on man. Th private 4l.rlr-t- 00 Haiqutradf at Crab Orchard. pacf-re- val the. Tbli will not loterfert with lur lotnl nature of th EraoKrllit and aro made pb-tb-a point on tbe street with the observation: Our young ladies and gentlemen- are in- turnouii. vited all the prominent men and their He for NO TES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Brit tlm. In thli took The Fallh 1.4. "Well, tbe gionnd hog can see his shadow debted to Miss Annie Holmes for a mas- Furniture and Undertaken Tradd pse . th. hl.tory. tba rives now at Washington. When the meal ,,.a.e,, '.h" i"b'' be.elDB The Ohio river is 50 feet at Cincinnati, and" (pointing to Mr. Adams' shadow,) a lull cv if tbe bet querade party given last Saturday night; Ai I ihall and tlnus to keepa'l time line aerve tboae It III full. that .bould U In every was announced, the President offered his to I reidy at Kurnlluro Kentucky henia, and ihuuld cen.lnly ba owad and rising. is now." "I see," said Mr, A . one of the most delightful entertainments needing my irrvlcralu tbe other cacltT. "there it ana to Mrs, Speaker Carlisle and the deby every convert ofdeorge Th. book Syke, who murdered his mistress at "and the shadow of a yery common hog be- of tbe season. The following ladies and J. It. HTRPIIRyN,Ky boebtalnednownei.eieetorBarnea. than Vi.NK eaua leai Hv cision waa made. The wife of the Secreta-ry7- f Crab OrcLard iperial arranceroeiit win, th. author, who kailu New Orleans, waa acquitted. side It." The applause of tbe tetnoved New York. hi. .rtly wllidravra gentlemen were amoug the maskers: Miss State, Mrs. Freyhnghusen, thought a(eniea,rhabok (fJ.M) and tho The FiU John Porter bill paajed the was loud and long continued. Jael Redd, queen of hearts; Miss Mary tkat eke waa entitled to the honor and laiaaioa JotiMAL(l2; are offered Itvetber tor House bv a vote of 181 to 78. tha price in. u 01 tlaruea" alona. It We have tbe report of a dance held at hump herself, but it was no use and cirl of the period; Mis Jennie Kenfor J.M. Addreaa . A Mil to copy-rignA ,T.V, news matter for Piggtown, on Carpenter's Creek, Casey edy, nun; Miwi Sal lie Fish, milk maid;Mis pouting nselean, she assumed an air fiadiag iKTaaioa Jofa.-caL- , rJtanfurd, Ky. 48 hours after ita issue is before Congress. county, or. Wednesday night. A large Nannie Kennedy, tamborine girl; Misa of indifference and began to bolt her hash The National debt less cash in Ihe crowd waa in attendance "and all went Irene Dillion, Pocahontas; Miss Annie Fisb, DANVILLE Dan. O'Suluvam, the accomplished treasury on Feb, 1st, wis $1,480,083,719 merry aa a marriage bell" until abont the peasant girl; Miss Annie Holmes, Grand.managing editor of the CourtervJournal, reThere were 829 business failures in conclusion of the first ret, wben the harmo mother Goose; Misa Kittle Douglas, old E. H. BURNSIDE, ceived a number of votes Friday tor U. 8. the United Stales last week, an increase of ny was interrupted by a prettv large-sizemaid; Miss Annie Dillion, a bride; (a cerSenator. This is a plain ca-- e of the office 50 over the previous week. row. There was some knocking down, sev- tain young gentleman waa anxions that she This Old Well - Known seeking the man as Mr. O'Sullivan is in bo g Gov. Cleveland, of New York, in eral knives were exhibited and sundry ex should there and then become a bride in reHotol Still Maintains eenae a candidate, being ten years too to make a Southern tour, commencing pletives ventilated, but no serious damage ality; yes, bis bride) Miss Bettle Higgins, High young for the position, but a little matter in March, to last three months. was done. night. ("Jumbo" was heard to remark AND like that shouldn't stand in its way if the Col. John G. Casey, late Treasurer of Manufacturers of Just as soon ss the ground became nuf that Miss Bettie was decidedly the moat Legislature wants a really good man. Its Proprietor is Determined that Bedford county, Va., haa fled, leaving a de- ficiently thawed the plowman opened hla charming night he ever saw.) Mr. Tom it Shall bo Second to no Country Deern, Hnhli, ItlindH, YVlBdvw and broom-sag- e lands Fish, soldier; Mr. Stark Fish, Texas cow- TK Harrodsburg Democrat says that ficit of $60,000 for bis bondsmen to meet. furrow. Blue-gras- s Hotel in the State in iti Fare, The Prince Victoria will be married are In fine conditionand very marked prog- boy; Mr. Pate King, "jOafLP. B.Thompeon haa been employed Appointment!, or AttenTurk; Mr. Wilson and Doer FnttticB. Meld- furnish ress bas been made since the snow disap- Dillion, fool; Mr. Robert Collier, fashionation to Comfort of to defend Wm. Neal, the last of the trio in Irish poplin. The Queen-wil- l two aultcs of room with the same material. peared. There seems to be a growing dis ble colored belle; Mr. their Oneita. EGaBected with the horrible murder of the Stuart Canon, sailor; lagH, Scrall Kaw The statue of Gen. Robt. Lee will position in this and some of tbe adjoining Mr. Rube Hiatt Jonathan Scruggina, from Gibbons children some months ago." That aad from tk. --settles Neal will be acquitted on tbe be unveiled at New Orleans on Feburary counties notably Garrard to engage in Pumpkin Ridge; Mr. 'George 8lephenson, Baacaas wlllkecoavejed toacroBnodatlsas it of rfaara:. Special Work, vTuruw to Corataerclal Traralera. Th Bar will the cultivation of tobacco. This is surely Jumbo. All tbe characters were well repof Insanity. Tbe Captain sever 15. The associations of the Army of alwa)i isppllrd with the cholceit Northern Virginia (C. 8. A) bad poilcv. y for a few years yield resented, particularly the old maid. Miss"Sails to prove his clients so, kraadiofLlQitriaad Claara. lug Ljtthe Werk, will be in attendance, and tbe ceremonies more per acre than under our present sys- es Mary and Virgie Lynn, Jennie, Lillia The Richmond lUguier is tbe most will be impressive. tem, but in the end it is ruinous. Tobacco and Annie Buchanan were among the honest paper in this or any other The most successful drummer in the Is one of the most exhauating crops ever FleerlBK Cellinfc.WeMtlc present, not masked. We one and all $1.25. Twice a Week. $1.25. never fails to credit even the United 8tates ia George M. Vaughn, a State. It cultivated and wherever it has been grown, extend thanks to Mils Annie for the pleasest unimportant item and in every case who sold for a Philadelphia su- impoverished fields and deuolated farms are ure that evening afforded us. The Beet, Newsiest and Cheapeit crbeardlHg, DrerMed M. E. riva honor to whom honor is due. It is gar firm goods to the amount of $20,000, the aad monuments of ita power. But even Newspaper in the South conducted, too, on the highest plane of 000 ia twenty year without the Iom of a Prepared to Go. aid other if this were not so, still we can not afford to "Do jou die contented?" waa asked bj a jearsalisia and is a credit both to its State dollar to the firm. lose the products of the great grain grow Semi-Week- ly sd section. r- -J. T. Warren & Co., Cincinnati, whole-wl- e ing and grazing territory of central Ken- minister of a citizen whoso earthly ac- - The gTooera, have assigned to W. A, Good-naaMH.H.C, Batts, a competent newspapr tucky. Let other sections, which seem to counts were being balanced. "Ob, hapEverybody ihou'd take It, rIvai tbe Utewt Previous to the assignment chattel have been intended for this particular crop, pily." "You beliefe that jou will receive news days in advance of the It n for hli connection with week- warn, Also Dealenln and for Green and other papers, has mortgage were filed to the amount of $49, still produce it; but spare our fields from a crown above7" "Don't know parson," Ileafnesaina ka uioner, It la DEMOCRATIC, but at time INDEPENDENT In noUllca. It njimptftd the position of Kentucky news 589 45. The assets of the firm are eotima-ta- d the infliction. The unprecedented havoc aa4 hesmlled. "Bat why re ou happ7" contains tho bejet'nawaiommaryt'tba best readloa; matter; and the at $50,099 Yril the liabilities, at $100,-0- In timber during tho l.aat few years haa "Because I hare taken adrutage of the portsalltbe beat editorialsper year. beat market rea posUios e&leref the Courkr-Jou-nfor only SI, 23 'T i" three days of grace," "His mlod l wanwith much credit. be vrill fill Bend for Specimen Copies. Twe bsalnese house in Alliance, O , opened up large tracts of the finest tobacco dering," said the minister, aside. "Ho, one of the origi- were thrown down by the exploaldn ;lf a land in theCommonweallh which will beoc TIPwbbU. Call en m or write for prices We keep a )eajs Every farmer, every merchant, every trader rauit bread SBd meat I'll be blamed If it fs. You we I hate a haveli. Subscribe at Bce. stock aad will do ear best to pleaaa you nal afeeUUesUts, hu (tone the war of all, wwts, or Raeoiiae. ;ine debris took fire and cupied and mnitdraw their blue-gnunote In bank, It ia dne. By the time the IUuember, you get IW parmn and donlls Ihe conn the .Seal, at the ripe old age af 73. Hie MvMJiejtaflekxl Man theyJeeuld to a large extent fromstsffof life we will al- three days of grace expire I will be dead. reading matter glvu by an ordinary weakly, aad cjcallty el aaterial. tiee Commanding the lor ALUS and it cornea to yon twice a ti-aMl-? Fasr Wdi, reaibeyond ways be able to divide profile with those who Oh, let toe tufth." "Bot can't they go on tad ad with the abolition of slavery, week, lisod lbs money to our afenl in BAKViLLK PL K ISO MMLM. CO b,e has feea alaaost with- - recegiti, leave We)wond. your county, or remit dlreet io ca. AMtaVIiiol. tlfne ThereXare produce It luxuries and etui aaad down . your wcnriiyr' dead, uo, let me Addreea THE UllTiKVIIJ.K WlftT laogn again." our lovely territory to tbe next generation LouUtitle, Ky, tMJ Pan Till a, gy, " r Skmi-88- 1 whig ntcri wlonmai - la-di- Titc rairH liaveibeen for some daya x cited over the exoe vt Andrew Hurt Hull, a lad of rome ten tens of age who waa found laat week in Western Ohio in a euf- feting condition. ,He4won the sympathies of the people by an apparently artless story of his haying been stolen by Gypsies from Van Wert in that state. It now turns out that he in an incorrigible who was three times a horto thief before he was nine years old; and escaped the psnl tentiary only on account of hit youth lie is evidently possestred of talent and bids fair to become distinguished. uo-ti- ve tsniil-tll'.lA- I, i UltOX30N For Sale Privately blue-gra- ETtr. uro-Mtr- Con-tiasi- lr nl ENTERPRISE Grocery. semi-annu- al IsniicaNtcr, Kentucky, GEO. D. BTJRDETT Fit hide-boun- of well-stocke- d t3 CO.. Lately u sive Additions ef ...'..-- WmmUweB s. SALE Court-Hou- Price. Mo-Ke- Offiiit-cliMflrre- n "STSTttGiri lyJ ''. t- "' Jf Itlllfi ."". v. "i"n. 'm Pire.Lighlning&Tornado Stanford Female LOWEST BAT2281 Iti.'-fi- u OPERA HOUSE, nit Ht. Siwenij.hat TERMS MODERATE. post-offic- wte Life of Geo. 0. Barnes the car-loa- 8TEFHENS IIOU8E finl-rlaalv-- e, (om-inercl- al ... ' - ll..!!. ... .- Prt. 215-J- n, -- MYERS HOTEL, and its Imputation, j; STANFORD. KY. Propr PLANING MILL COMPANY go-In- f j. -- sera-psloual- la-d- ie n, LnmLr, Post. a. Building Material Y well-know- g d, Pnuiir, la-i- a. s ijii, "e's 3 Stmi-SSUthl- D J. T Farri A Evans sold to Tom Wooda Ik cold winters are aa a rule followed by Comb and fee our display of agricultural irnpletnrnt when in town. Bright A Cur-ra- n. hot summers, we may look for a rcotcher 100 late '2 year old cattle at $16 per head. John T. Helm bought of Pence A in a few months. The cold winter three rViirri!Tiiir r rojiilpnrn with ttire yearn ago was followed by a very hot rum- Lynn 13 head of butcher cattle at 1 to February 5, 1884 Stanford, Ky A cents. acre of land attached, in Stanford, for rate mer. - .. Joe Severance bought of Felani' Iliatt or rent. Apply lo J. Bright. been a general shaking up at There has LOCAL NOTICES. a by gelding for 5130 and a brown one of A numdeh of shares of First National Stanford Junction. Several ot the office T. W, Higgins for $100. Buy Paints of 1'ennjr A McAlister. been consolidated and Mr Smith IrCommissioner Welch sold the T. W. Nice atomic of birthday card at Penny A Bank stock sold last week at$120 and there huehas been placed in general charge. Mr. Is an oiler for more at the tame fig win McAllsterV. Blackerby farm of G2 acres, lying on Dlx Joe. Haab Hog Cholera Cur. Penny urea. Fire sbnrcs of the Farmers National C D. Ayrea has httn given a conductor' River, for $1,881 to B. F. Robinson. & McAlfMer sole suenla. place on the main line and Mr. Hooker brought $160. Four black pigs came to my house the Brand new clock of every thins in the will have a position under Mr. Irwin. The 1st of November last, which the owner can jewelry line at Penny A McAliiter'a. Til E law firm of Hubble A Burdett L. A N. authorities seem to think that it is Watches, Clock and Jewelry repaired Lancaster, is a atrong one, perfectly relia not good to let one et of men stay in one get by paying charges on same. W. II. and warranted by Penny A McAlister. I locker. ble, and bu'incta entrusted lo it will be place too long. Fort congh, colds, Ac, une Compound promptly attended to. Their card May pork went up to $17 02 at Chica-g- o apffire Byrup While Pine. Put up in 2oo and 60c Weht Lincoln haa always been thehome Saturday. This is an advance of $0 in A in another column. McKoberte Trial lit 10c. bottle. of a patriotic people. Aa far back aa the a few months, due, it is said, to the shortage A BHAKi'En baa been around telling war of 1812 the able bodied men rallied to in the bog crop. 'PERSONAL solid Mirer table ware to thoe of our H. T, Bush bought 62 ewes, Souththe atandard of the yet infant nation and has returned 8cjDirr J, 8. AiuM-iigullible enough to think auch gooda formed a bulwark alike against Indian in- down and Cotawold,of Tol Crow at $6 per from Dallas, Texaa. can be fold below their intrinsic Talue, road aud Briliah invasion. From North- head; now lambing. T. J. Hill bought of Mk.A.C. Xewlaxd dm our tbanki even if from a bankrupt' atock. western Ohio to Southern Louisiana where Mat Sandidge a lot of the same kind at for a verv timely present. Shelby led and Harrison maneuvered and $5.50. We are glad to know that Col. Sam JI aIjwi 8ai.uk Vandeveeii very ick The Nelson Iitcord reporlB the sale of a Jickson bade defiance, the eataea of LinV Burdett ha decided not to accept the at Hamilton College. coln men were found and the blood of Lin lot of 00 lb. shoal at $5 C6 per head and Mh. N. B. Hcoitrs U down with the clerkship offered him by Mr. Phil Thomp coin men waa freely offered upon the altar 600 bushels of corn at 62) cent. The corn son at $2 000 a year. It is too small a tarn itflammatorv rheutualitm. of the common country. After a peaceful was subsequently sold without being reof pottage to tell one' birthright for. MnJlM JUt'OilMAN I learning the interval of nenrly half a century, when moved from the crib at 65 cents. art of basking In the Kiral National. The Bowling Grten Qaultt reports There wa no mall agent on the north- Taylor sought to rcourge the treacherous amp Mkh. O O. Dokcan of bound train again Friday and our paper Mexican, the sons of theso old West Lin- snles of 6 mare mules, 16) hands, for $635; t-WMontlcello, are up on a vUlt to her mother. of that date had to lay here in the depot coln sire responded to the mutio of the 2 mulesfor $31260; Mr.,ani Mna, Uoiit. McAi.urrRii hate till Saturday. We have reported the mat- battle cry and wrote upon the bloody field $247.60; 4 head 16 hand $127.60 per head been in Madieon county vialilog her icla-tive- a. ter to Mr. C J. French, who will tee that of Buena Vista the record of their devo- and a pair of nice mare mules for $270 auch negligence doe not occur again. tion to the memory of their fathers and the John F. White sold last week to Bai Mm, Mary Ddhn and daughter, Mi honor of their country. In relation to the ley Bros., of Georgetown, 10 2 year-olDoos killed a number of valuable sheep Annie, returned to their borne in Louis-tilof peace, this peiple have been gener mules at $140. All the teata of a cow befor Mr. Elljth Pence Iiet week, which fur- aat Balurdav. ally an agricultural people. Possessing a longing to John Cook were fri ten off durnishes au additional reason why the Legis Mh. J, O. Aldriixjk, a lubatantial citRichmond Regsoil scarcely surpassed by any in the Slate, ing the late "cold snap." lator should enact a stringent dog law. her) of Garrard, ha been vUlllng Mr. John well watered and magnificently timbered, ister. Marshal Newland nays he counted about At the sale of jacka and jennets at W. B. Dickerton night. lying on the generous limestone formation W. Adams' stable in Islington, 33 of the W, I Withwu, the "Hello Lew. IvO canines around town the other Mr and prolific in the cereal and grasses, they an i,"of LvncaMer, wai herejwterdrv trying The oiler in regard to "l'tlct't Life of realized abundant return for their labor former aggregated $13,225, or of average to get Matkabury. Barnes" is good alike to old aa new subscri- and lived in the old Kentucky style of of about $400 per head, and 13 the latter Teller W. M. ItatriHt we able to be bers. If tou haTc already paid your sub- gushing profusion and lavish hospitality. brought a little over $100 ptr head. Eighty-thre- e horses averaged $213 35. the iUnk again yesterday, after fcveral scription and want the hook send $1 60 and Eich farm house was a center at which at County Counr Day. Notwithstandmonth's abence: you shall have it. We never offer any- in rotation young and old of the settlement Mim Mahy Marksuthy, the pretty thing to new that our old subscribers can asiemhled; and thua free from the artifi ing il rainid nearly all day, a good crowd was here, though no large amount of busitelephone operator at Markabury, in iail-io- g not get. cial conventionalities of city society, breath , ness of any kind was done, especially in MIm Lucy Moberly. A IT.IVATE letter from a young lady of ing the purest atmosphere, invigorated by Mr. Dave Hamilton, w4jo ha for Ky , a student in the N. W. Ohio Normal healthful exercise, free from care, bouyant stock. Auctioneer II. T. Bush reports 250 dejot agent at school, elates that 000 new pupil matricu- and hopeful, they formed one of those com- Tennessee and Wayne coun'y cattle, most several year been Stanford Junction, ha been tranferred to lated in that institution during the present munities which in our early days wai typ- ly not sold. Thote that we'e went off at the L. A N. depot at l)uiTille and will go term; fi re from Lincoln. Such an accession ical of our Stale and which presented the 4 to 6 cents. Some milk cows sold for $26 to $45 per head; work oxen from $80 to thither would b considered respectable even in brt and brightest exemplification of scclal $120. No mule offered publicly. Hones E, Varnon left tor Mi. Wai.laie life. some of our colleze With enlightened enterprise the sold for $W to $80. There good ai Sedalia, Mo., jetlerdar, where he will lofarmers were prompt to ndopt the improve- crowd in town, but the difference between ALLttrsort indebted to the estate of cate for the purpose of practicing bis ments in agricultural implement, which buyer and seller made the market a dull He take with blia the good wih-ci- s M J. Harris. deed . who do not settle bv wrought one. will have to jdurinK ,,ie ,M Mrlj TM the lV.h day ol next March of hundred of friend. par the cost of a law suit. I need the such a revolution in the modo of farminc Cabiii tit Joe 8. (1 rimes, of the Elita- The Mexican Central Railway will le Improved 1 ui throughout the whole country. bethtown National Bank, write that owing money to pay debts of thi estate and completed to the United Statis by the midi the last stock received early and judicious attento the failure to obtain a luitable luccewor, tired of dunning you. Thia dle ol March. notice I intend to give ny one. M. J. tion and the section under conaideration is be will be unable to accept the caihierahip Yes, gushing damsel, we believe a bad widely celebrated at a nuiiery of superior Harris Admr. of the Farmer' National Bank, of thi small brother can be influenced by prayer horrcs, cattle, sheep and hogs. Hence mapla:e. Hi friend regret thi ver much. The County Court was busy yesterday, ny from other parts of the country come to if backed up by the liberal ure of a horseOCR old friend, F. J Campbell, writea but mostly in matter of minor importance Bcston Poet. n seeking homra and estimable citizens are whip. that at no time during ibe late prolonged At the request of T.C. Japer, Sheriff Men-efe- thua added to our society. For facilities A woman say that very few men have cold pell did the mercury at ItockcaMle waa appointed administrator of the for travel and transportation we hold an the slightest idea how to hold a baby. No rJpring gel lower than 6" below aero. He of George O. Fletcher. Walter Fields, enviable position. The west end of our not until he gets to be about sixteen or seventeen years old. rBurlington Free therefore think hat that resort it at em- on arrount of infirmity, was excused from county is traversed Its entire length by the Preesphatically the t.Uce to go in winter to working the roada, Mr. J. H. Stephens C , N. O. A T. P , conceded to be one of the Mara i Gras. warm up a in tumwrr to cool ofl. wai granted license to Veep tavirn at Crab finest railroads in the wistern country. Our ( The Ohio A Miiippi Hallway will cell E role cast today for Col, and Mr. M. J. Harris made ap- admirable and Ill numerous turnpike roads round trip ticket at low excursion rates to Welch, of Uecoln, for Unite) Stale Sena- plication for a similar licence, which will give to all part of the countyeasy access to New Orleans, on account of the Carnival. be granted tor, wa a tlghly complimentary and this and also to the Knoxville Branch of Sale beginning Feb. 20ih and continuing Tbow who voted for him one. Promptly at 11 o'clock Saturday, the the L. A N , while there is now projected until the tilth. Ticket will be good 5 days were: Senator Kigney, Reprerentative ground hog In hi individual anotLer line of railroad to connect the going and returning until March 20th. d Binford, Buinam, Carroll, Hill, Jackion, capacity, emerged from the Ohio river with the South and which must, The Carnival thi year will cloe with the Julian, Puckctt, B under ard Talbolt. It and collective seclusion of hU hibernaele, cast n furtive alm:t of necessity, pass through our re- usual parade and festivities on Tuesday, would not have been am In il their vote glance aioJnd and perceiving the shadow gion. Daring the decade immediately suc Feb. 2Cth. The O A M. R'y runs a thro' had aatliccd lo elect him to ihedlitinguiih-e- d I of hi miterable form, fled in hot haste back ceeding the late war, most of our people sleeper from Cincinnati to New Oleans, via roil'tlCn. He would male' V rplendid into his hoi and drew It in after him. And suflered financial embararsment, but most Odin, daily. For tickets and further parCourier-JournaSenator that's why we are enabled to advance the of them have entirely recovered and are ticulars, inquire of agent of that line. in circumstances as healthy as before LOCAL MATTERS. proosition that six more weeks of chilly, fall, while the lesion learned in their bTORE-ROoSEW ADTKRTiKEXEKTH. for mil near the dejot. Ap- wintry weather are to follow. Vennor may their fail, lice may become despondent and die, day of trial will prove beneficial through ' ply to 8. P. Stagg. or Mr. Wiggins' forecasts may prove of future history. Such, then, briefly and imHON. Thirteen pounda of good New Orleans baser fabric than a vision, but the g. b. perfectly told, is the part and present ot I a Candidate forh. G. TALBOTT iib-Je- ct Ccniri to ItU Jtstilct, at T. R. Walton'a. augar for $1 to ttiesctlon of the democracy. never He. Therefore be wise and renew west Lincoln. Its future can only be au gurcd from the past; and hence the augury YoD will find omtthinir in our "ad" thia your coal supply. week to your interest. Bright A Cur-raThe enjoyment of the rink waa increas must abound in promise. A future paper and anecdotes ed by an entertainment by the orchestra may contain a few incidents connected with personal history of a former One of the piettleet lrla said to u that which the Ocuriir Journal correspondent day. !ESIKABLE STORE - BOOM the laat waa the most enjoyable rink yet mentions as follows: 'The conci rt at the Under the PL Awph Uotcl, now occupied by;D. DEATHS. Opera-houson Friday night waa numer Open again Friday night. K, Weartn. Call on or sddir tiMcxnv SAcaitxjy, ously attended and pronounced by judge Died, at King's Mountain. Mrs ElizaOr M. C. POHTMAN. Aiter three pretty and aa balmy daf of music a a decided success. Those who beth Reynolds, after a protracted illness. aa ever came in February, it began to rain took part were Dr. Hugh Hied, Col. I). K At Somerset, of typhoid pneumonia, Sunday night and yeaterday morning It m Garrard, Mese. Al G. Huffman, Robert John Martin, aged 23. He was the only coming down in torrent. Fetael, C. C. Carson, Joe F. Waters. J. W son of Mr. Wm. Martin, of this county. Taken upuailraf I" KlcUrd Eras, of mile Bouthwe t of Stanford, The Director of the Lincoln Telephone Jame, E. C. and AV. B. Walton, T. C RELIGIOUS. Co will ple'e meet at the office of The In- Rney, George McAlister, Vm. Severance, Old, A Bed Steer, t or 10 Ye-iirThe Rev. H. C. Morrison will preach at M(- terior Journal at I o'clock Friuv, llio. Metcalf and Dr. W. B. Penny. beaua luj tnnnlixl it 115. UiMi unciimiy.inla hsril .s r floral contributions were sublimely February 10 W. P. Walton, PresidenL tn Kiuney next Sunday at 11 o'clock. Juiiiceoflheretee lori-- i'' the-- e U. VVHTMAh,J'V. 1884. M. of January, tiful and quite numerous. "May Rev. Is tl o oase of Fish v. Hunt, from Kock-CAil- flowers, like the fair donors, never wither or meeting H. Allen Tupper has just closed A Copy ANWW J. Uliain, vw u. u. w. a at Mayaville with 40 additions. the Court of Appeal hat held that a grow less lovely," was Mr, James.' jeecli The revival at South Lebanon, O., has debtor is not entitled to a homestead as on being presented with the. handsomeal resulted in over 300 additions to the M. E. created previous to the again! a debt bouquet." Church. HcKIXNEY, KIT. erection of the improvements and ha ac Rev. . C. Savage will preach at the Tjie junior member of the staff of The cordingly reversed the judgment ol tne McKln-Deroe Inti-hioJournal, who is conceded to be Methodist church, Stanford, at 11 o'clock 11a' Inr a taocltted withKy.. In builneti at lower court. The case of Lawson v Hose, on entering Sunday. a bashful youth, was startled Garrard, waa affirmed. Plans are being perfected in Nashville A. the press room Thursday night by the appac nductet In the There are men who p'tss for honest in rition of a bevy of beautiful young ladies, by the Centenary Committee of tbeM. E. The tuilneu will hereafter baI htrcbr return my or F. M. WAHEACo. this world who only need a chance to show His first idea was that it waa an angelic vis- Church South for the raising of a monu- name grateful think t th eltlx'niof the entire mod how thoroughly thievish are their little itation. Indeed the effect produced on all mental fund during theyear of $2,000,000 community lor tha very liberal nunnnr in which patronlud me. My tutle having to be used in educational, missionary, and they bar souls. And among such, along with Ihe the deniteos I e. inhabitants of the den Increased from the tgiQnIe- - until now, I haTejuit reaion to feel proud, nJ xltu the scamp who dc not pay at all, my be of the place warranted the impression that church extension projects. of Mr. 8tpbsnon, who U a practical merchant, and Ihe large Inerex ol atock which now .classed the lubscrlber who, having been it was produced by a supernatural agency. arriving dillr, embracing everything the trade LAND. STOCK AND CROP. trusted for his subscription till the end of The editor waa tmilitg hia blaodcit smile demand, and the rock bottom price being put upon them, which alway win, and tho lull the year, rends a money order after deduct- and his language, uiually so brief and bold, on the part of the firm to glv generI have for sale a fine young Alderney al latlifactlon, I flatter toyielf that our trad du- e. eoat from the amount. May all was modulated to the liquid accents of po- cow and calf, John M. MsRoberts, 8r. ing its ring th prvMnt year will donbl that of any such have h. o. t. in the world to come. Agln thinking my fries' and the pubetry and music combined. Joe "fed" the B. Q. Pennlngten has rented of John lic in general lor their very liberal patronage, and monster press as tenderly aa if he had been W. Holmes 40 acres of grass near Walnut asking a continuance of the tarn to tb new firm, A Li ROB number of business men and JP. H. WA RE. I am, vary rwpeclfuUy , a to the rosy lips of a Flat at $3 25. presenting others in Lexington have petitioned the P 8. All person knowing themselves indebted engine aa gently maiden. Al. fondled the Jesse Fox. of Danville, purchased of to me, either by note or account, will plea com management of the Kentucky Central to forwirdatoncaand eettte, aa my old builneu Somhad been a thing of, life and beauty, H. H. Rrlnkley 100 mules at $110. niurt be cIod up Immediately. All note nd acearly train from here to that uif il put on an Tom looked as if he "wished to be an angel erset Reporter. count not Milled la SO day wilt be placed In the F, M. WAKE. city to return late in the afternoon. Our hands ot aa efieer for collection. d, and frith the tagc! stand" while Keller A. M. Feland sold to Thomas M, people do not care especially for auch a and Will and Ed. were transformed from a thorough bred bull calf for $00, and train, m they hid sat aa lief go to any A. the nnieiett, most boisterous boys into the hu more for role. other place aa Lexington', but they do want semblance of newly imported saints. The Robert I. Moore, this county, sold to paasenger train (no mixed boalncas) that THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 3- Cincln. holy influence which pervaded the place Wakefield, Farria & Oilmore 10 head of will leave here, aay at 11 A. M., for begun toetckein the ew comer sort of Teai-ol- d tnulee at $13 60 per head. And lb Loutitillo aati and returning arrive at 2 or 3 r, M. npereU(kaV awe. ne waa pouled as to Midway Clipper. ' Uolew auch a train U put on, the K. O. can Courier-Journ- al whether he might dare to gtia open the Mr. H. 8. Withers haa sold his farm never expect much through passenger bus ot whether be should veil his vision known aa the Bowman place, containing scene, On year for only M two pper for ItttU from here. Traveler do not want to more than the price of one. and silently Worship. Bat he saw the vis- 103 acreeand situated on the Ruth Branch stay on the road from 0 A. M. till 7 r. M. itants chewing gum, and then the spell was tump-ik2 mllea North of Stanford to Mr. By paylo u W Jou will receive for one year when they can leave at 1 by the C. P. R. R. l, Ub tb the your horn nearly an hour broken. His elherial theories were shat. A. P. Tan de Water, of Haarlem, Holland, rprren(aUvnewriiror IbeBoath, democratand arrive in Cincinnati tertd with the shock, He knew tils angels at $50 per acre., Mr. van de Water comes ic and for a Urlff for ravonu only, nd the beat, sooner. We would like to see the K. C. good KrlvhtMt md ibiMt family weekly in the United were bat moriiils, still be liked them none highly recommended and will be HUM. Tnos who dealre to examine a (ample succeed, bat she mast merit it before she ' omco. copy or tne the lees on that account. addition to bor population. i 'will.-- ntcriorouriml I m AT JOBBERS' PRICES 25 Barrels of Granulated Sugar, 15 Barrels 1 ' Light C Sugar, No O. 20 Barrels R.' d and 25 Bags Rio andPeaberry Coffee -- Sugar, e WILL BE OFFERED- - FOR THIS WEEK -- ONXalT AT- altnt JOBBERS' PRICES! i h"f Don't Delay and Don't Forget the Fla$e: f i e ei-ta- te Tti iiilti ivP) Ctannii time-honotc- l. WHY NOT 4 to-d- ay - n. For Rent! Go where only one price is charged for goods and that e STRAY STEER! s THE LOWEST LI 1 PRICE, Where liberal buyers can get goods just as cheap as those Trho "Jew" and a child is tmAia.j.jL.KJ e, F. M. Ware MR. J. & Co., y, k STEPHENSON, jrad-ual- posted persons? That placer you will find to be the store of no. vi.vm.v-- mig'l wvv.. trvmrift iu nlrlAV vax. lpf.tpi- ' eiven as erood oar- flL. w fy 1 form-eron- f.B Who makes a specialty of retail prices on Groceries, Provisions, Confectioneries, Hardware, Glass ware, t l Queensware, Tin- ware,&c.,&c., . , , , ! bon-bon- Lll-lar- . : rand Combination t Weekly pfr Courier-Journa- Corner' Main & Somerset:;, Stanford, Ky. 1 mt art A-- " New Weather Predictions. PKUr'tKHtONAL Sunshiny Husbands. An intensely blue skr Indicates a tempoWe read so much about the obligation SAM M. BORDKTT. J. W. BSOWIT. laid upon the wife to be a perpetual sun- rary absence of the clouda. Under other ONN A CO., of the BntWTtrie AwtnicAie, eon. BUItDETT & BltOWN, beam In the house that a word to husbands circumstances, again, an intensely blew sky tlnue to net na Bollcltnr for TnUnta. February 5, 1884 on the topic may not be amlsi. Marka. CeprrlsM, for the UnltM fil!tFe"&V(u! Stanford. Ky., a tornado. iodicatts ATTOltNKVH AT T..A.AV OF ALL raneo, Germany, etc 1 land llooli about ISMyr MT. VERNON, KY. l'sfent aerit free. Thlrtrafen yirisrrtenoe. Wheu a woman leaves a piece of soap A cheerful atmosphere Is important to inihu..i.i.,r.,.,T"n"u.,:n '"'"inoiicwi AMKRIOAK. th happy home life, It Is very hard for chil upon the stairs whete her husband will The Small Boy. T. I. VAl0H, WLLAC K. is a dead sure sign of a and, lAteTeitlni In. ride dren to be good when they are exposed to tread upon it, it T. W. a W.E. VAItNON, 1 obalt not soon forget a stage-coacformation. Hpedmen "nyneopy eftha A lean nt free. Addrena MONN Hcleullllo A mer. hail-storfault Gnding storm. of A.TTi.HtMIiJVH A.T LAW, AMKIllCANUfflM ail from Fort Smith, Ark , to Muscogee, Indi- an incessant BTANKOllD, KY. When the sun rises behind a bank of FOR HAN AND BEAST. from their parents. It is very difficult for ffle in Owalrr & 8on' nw building up an Territory. I had thought I would he lUIr. the only passenger, but when a woman and a wifo to main'ahi a calm and charmingly clouds and the clouds hang low all around For morn than n. tlilnl on, onntnrv thn Wrights Indian Vegetable Pills Is crit- the horizon, and all over the sky, find the M. PEYTON, Mexican Jrttiatancr 1.1a lmeut has bocn a boy, and subsequently a half Indian, en- sweet demeanor, when her husband known to millions all over tho world as ATTOUNKY A'l' LAW, rou TIIR ical, or sullen, and takes all her tender ef- air feels dsmp, and there is a fine drizzling HTANFOKD, KY, tered, I very naturally revised my former thu onlv Bttfn rnllnncn fnrtlin nillnrnr Will practloilu thu Count of Uneoln snl aJ. nrclilwitu nml iwtln. Jt Is n imxllolno mist blowing, the indications are that there would hare forts with Indifferent appreciation. JiroprewioiH and decided that I Joining eouotte anil the burrlor Court an.l Court aboro prlco una pnilso the beet of Its ol Apal. Hpeclal sttrutluu given to collection. kind, i'or ovcrr form of external nain I know full well the air of polite amaze- will be rain somewhere in the United States company. The half Indian had been eda Oflreorrr Klitl Natiouil Hank. 112 tlio Incredulity with which or Canada. cated at an eastern fchool and was a very ment or. nmiabie And alt Bilious Complaint When it begins to thunder look out for Sate to take, tielna purely intelligent tain. He was, I understood men 'receive the statement of a woman's iio'trlp- -. ALEX. ANDEHSON, J" . rle..jhrUAllniirBlits." him to say, a member of the Cherokee opinion that in the home partnership wife, lightning. ATTOUINUY A.T LAW, I MnntAnp; Llnlmont Is without nn onnat. When a man gets up in the night and DANVILLE, KY., council and was returning from a viait to and not the husband, pulls the laboring Trade Mark, M ERWI.VKril'ECI FIC, IK tloiltttrilttitf Ileall Anil lilliirln tn I Will practice In th Court of Boyle tad aJJolnlog oar. Still, it is true that, let a man's busi feels along the top pantry shelf in the dark Washington, to attend a session of the rfj4tlj the very bone making tho confirm-- 1 count! p and tn tbe Court of Appeal. uuco oi pain una inaAinmauon impo-- l aawTV f Tho (Jrrnt English Itcrucdv, grave, if not potent, body of Indian legisl- ness be ever so engrossing, ever so weari- and knocks the big (quart bottle without Bible. Its cirocta upon Human Jlesh ami I tlm llmto Crvntlon aro, equally womlvr-- l j. b. fibii. When the boy learned that the man some, ever so laborious, the mere fact that any label down to the floor and breaks it, it pixillre curs Memo-rator. werv I a Lotiof llrlo for Wek Nerron r. iiu. aiio Mexican At Law, Tower, hegoestoitin the morning and returns is a sign there is going to be a dry spell exhibit a , Was an Indian he began to And Matter Conimln'onrr Kockcaitle Circ'iltCourt hxbauallea, (JMolntt WkneM. MT VKIINON, KY. luimtrncy, and tinner! Lot of which I soon discovered would re- from it at night sets him alme his wife in until 7 or 8 o'clock in the morning. Will rractlrw In the RockcMtlo Courts, Collecrower ol the (leieratlre Orfiot When the cradle begins to vibrate with a.,,4K.ll..-..--r .. ease and comfort. For him the slavery of tion a pwlillr, Offlce la IM sult in the red man's annoyance. .,",i-iiiai iuiiuw a a ie-quane ol youlnrul liaprudencn or utivia "Did you ever kill anybody?" he asked. routine has its breaks. He gets a breath Irregular, spasmodic motions about 1 in tbi eoMOl mtiured year, audi Tr4llek. Llnlmont Is needed br aomobodr !n XiXB r. HUFFMAN. i. erory liouso. Everyday bring no woof in to "Tommy," said the woman, "don't be of the world outside; he has change of the morning, look out for signals and try r H T, uara,unrrui iJUMiuua, runl'riua-lur- e I J3 IM ljurii uimnru oi vitiufa, HTANFORD. KY. scene dally; he see people and hears them to remember where you put the paregoric me." Old Age, and many otter subdued, of rheuniatia martrri rn. Office iouth tds Main Utreet, two door abort stored, or n valuable lioree or ox thit leid to luunlty or "I think not," replied the Cherokca talk; and his home is distinctly his refuge the last time you used It. the Myer Hotel. It) all cteo( red by tho healing power of till you an Indian?" ''Tnen what makes PureNltrou Ozld On adknlatttered whan re. Wiakne th Hpecldc act Ktmtle When the youngest boy in the family and shelter. Ills a quired. chuni. rettorlm louor fiJInnl. am only a half Indian." "I Let a wife and mother love her home comes home three hours after the closing of or, glrlni to the eye a brilliant "Which half." ndprkllng beauty, to lb check and. her children with the raoU ab'solute, the school, with his hair wet and his shirt DIt. W. B. PENNY, mi may bioooraorncwiB, "Thomas," exclaimed. the woman, turn- unswerving devotion, and leave them with wrong side out, look out for a spanking 1. Dontlwt, .. .,.. . .piut i. pun4 .oy ail iiruKgiiu ai whlrlt speedily cures nch oilmonta of uuii. ,. ..ii AflTHa ing him around, unbuttoning his coat and the most unselfish fidelity, there are, never- breeze. Uio HUMAN FLESU OS STANFORD, KENTUCKY. aim ny Ithoumatleru, Swellings fltlft Office nter Itobt.S Lytle' tor. Office hour ratll. MUge free, on receipt uf price.bVIA .111 buttoning it again. He remained quiet for theless, times when she's very weary. -To see the bead of the family feeling in run iiirneuiar lu inn nhlt iiiBHiM, Jllirn. from S toll a. M.and I to 9 p. M. Anesthetic ad i. iiuunciru raalleil free torry atipllrtut. ana oraiue, tmi, urulnri and .11 a few moments and then said; 134--t vr. ntlliUtered wnen u. She knows bitter than any one else, the his right hand pocket, then in his left hand tnunlrailont to th aoJe manufacturer, Npraliia, I'oIioiioiis Ultra and -"Maw?" , oia niiuRs, munie, steps and the stitche, the same thiag pocket, then in all his vest pocket, then in T.tS M- - ' trail. Mich Bold la 'J' Mores, Vice.--, ?ro HUbtord by Fenny A McAUur end all .Wblalnt. "What, dear?" DruggUt erery where. Sore Nipples, Ca- done over and over, and the pettiness of his hip pockeU, then in his coat pockets, eaat. and 1300--1 yr e. Indred every ftrra at external "A half Indian would only half bill any. the tiials that come to nursery and kitchen. and then looks at the ceiling, indicates "no hr 13 tvltbont Man. It body, wouldn't he?" For Uio 11RUTH Crxxtiox It rnreii They are ro insignificant that she is change." Mpralnt, Nwlnnr, HiltT Joint, If you don't hush I'll put you out." THE INTKUIOK JOURNAL ashamed to talk about them, and I fear founder, TTnrness Nor, Hoof HU-ratIf he suddenly stops whistling at the Foot Hot, Screvr Warm. Hull, "Then I'd have to walk, wouldn't I?" she sometimes forgets to tell her Savior ceiling and expands his face into a broad ftTRAM JOB OFFICE Ilnllorr Horn, Heratehre, tVlnd- "Yes." Hpnvln, Thrnh, Ulnilxiue, how hard they press her, and so, bearing grimace of delight, it means "unexpected Id Korea, Foil llrll, KUm upon & "And the bears might get me, mightn't her cross Dots )Y ry Kind ofPrlutlng h( tho NIalit and erary othrr allu.aut all alone, its weight becomes change." tn Mrhloh the occupant a at the Ihey?" prlccH. crushing. A sunshiny husband makes a If the corn husks are very thick, the Chicago Mlable and Stock Yard are liable. "Yes, they would." The Metlran Mustang Llnlmant merry, beautiful home, worth having, winter will be colder than the summer. P- - WALTO.V. always cures unit novnr Ulauppotuu; W. "Would you cart7" and It 13, positively, worth working in and for. If the man Is If the corn husks are very thin, the sumTIIK O.V,r LIWK HO.XNI.V.'I "Yes." breezy, cheery, considerate and sympathetmer will be warmer than the winter. Cars I "Then what makes you wantei put me ic, his wife sings in her heart over pudding If the corn husks are neither to thick nor Do the Indians scalp folks?" again out? .AHD SOLID TRAI.VM and her mending basket, counts the hours too thin, the summer will be warm and the OF ALL addressing the Cherokee councilor, who Hawkey e. till he returns at night and renews her winter will be cold. LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO exhibited the stoical side of his Indian nayouth in the security she feels of his apStage Kissinq Unpleasant. "Nobody ture, but then yielding to the white and of probation and admiratior. rSriaMALNOTlCK -- FMngr Iron th Knot. on the stage," said an old scire- - who course the political half, replied: av rA TiJlelWaochoft. A V. R. U, anle In You may think it weik or childish if tn tlm to Uk the evening train of theLowlitllle to be a reigning star many years ago, "nei "Moooe The wild ones do." T11E MOOT DEHIRABLE BOUTE T- ORoele" aad ro Usrough to you please, but it is the admired wife, the OB B3AST. F03 ther man nor woman kisses from choice, "But you are not wild, are you?" lirpennwUp. CrawfonJrrillr, Irajptto wife who heais words of praie and reat least I have never known it t) be so. It "No." and Chicago wltbost ckaax- ceives smiles of commendation, who is is not a pleasant operation, no matter how "Wny ain't you?" TIMK TABLK. capable, discreet and executive. I have And decidedly th Popultr Rou la, alfoplloc, M I' mush the people like one another. They "My little man, I must say you are askDalfy OTAUO.SS. Daily. doee. Ice chaaga and Jfxrior AccummodAllotu U a timid, meak, little ara covered with paint, grease and powder, ing toj many qawibna," caning a re body fairly bloom into strong, ., 7 41 p la (Kara Lt. Lftulrrflla... . .. Kiiioori. Iowa, Kanim, Toxaa, I 01 a tu 2 01 p tu Arr. ireeoraUa. and often with perspiration, for kireing is jiroaraful glance at the woman. rVawforUTllU womanhood, under the tonic and the corpm IMib IM pin The North, Korthwretand Weat. In fact. If yo m'nd-uto an exciting and pas " Ufiyetu. . . 'If tou don't hush IM whip you. Do dial companionship with a husband who the usual t U eoote raplata a trip In any direction, your Inlereat " Chlcro.. .. 7 M a n 111 pin will He beataerr by purehAtlng your ticket tt you irear nit?" taking Lis hat from the door really went out of his way to find occasion sionate scene and the contact of the two K. Cand Cincinnati. IMllmJui rlAoaCar Kl The moat direct rou only on ihangeof faces, or even the lip, is usually unpleasand putting it on his head. gant Hew Day Coacb, sod b.rJmrly furnlab-e- d car, to til inlou In it, with Mlnameu, low for showing her how fully he trusted her Wlenxwlo, Reclining th unequalM ant. Any sort of an actor or actress, If they ror further lutormtUen. "Yewum." jsrtAlaTMr llrVVTVaar'St W? eulpcDooUof ChairOldCera lorm tberaby tnaJclu Nelraeka, AaMUUIIAY KKLLKKU I" eddrea judgment, and how tenderly he deferred to Reliable, A . W " he to UH art, antt.int a a trip over this tht oae oi luxurlou comfort oJ IM- know anything of their art, can simulate line Ho remained quisl for a few momenta, her opinion. U)oJvtUa, Ky ( fK rnC ymt withtxil ordrrin( tt citUn-- t pleeaure. Try It. kbwing quite as effectively as if the kirn tt Ctintia U.iutrtitn, ixur, devrlpt xi u.vl but dropping hie bat on the floor, he reachIn home there should be no jir, no strivTIME TABLB. IK KPFiXTT KOVKH11KU H, I5 dtrrciton tx xXtiln nil VerrjiWt in4 Klowrr were real. No matter how much one is exed down, took tt up and said: Srrda. Tim hrrela U to rotnutre (lower thin tlm rt Ill Jltlliktttt- - Ifi till ing for place, no insisting on prerogatives, heretofore gtrea "If you was a wild Indian you'd cut me ordivision of interest. The hurband and cited by the scene, a IcLu invariably spoils D. M. FERR5C MID OHIO with a knife when 1 stoop down, wunldu't the wife are each the complement of the the glamour of the actreM. It dispels the bXktmi. No. X. No. 4. ttt. 1. you?" illusion and brings one hick to earth. On la just as much his doty to other. And it Lee. Covington .... T It am I I) p d' Toe Cnerokee lookei far over the lands that ground alone I always objected to be" K1uiimiU be cheerful a it is hers to be patient; his lUpai his father, but made uo reply. of ing kissed on the stage, even beyond the " CynthUM.. 10 ?i a m S IS p nil Kouto East right to .bring Joy into the door as it is Arr. ParU.. HUm S CW p roj "If I wusterhityou, you'd hurt me any hers to garnish and grease idea. Actresses who conpsint Lve. I'arl the pleasant interior. A fl U) mi 00 u how, wouldn't you?" sent to being kisned on the stage must want Arr. LAlnguo.. ,11 Up m, C M p ml family where the daily walk of the father Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. Eve. 1'arU ..... "No," the red man replied. to ba kissed very badly that's my experimakes life a festival is filled with heavenly Mlllenburg. ( M p m( "Why wouldn't you?' Chicago Tribune. ence." " CarliaU A D" ... 6 Te eoly Uo running benediction. Arr. aUytvllU "Another word out of you and I'll whip of 912 The train that makes the run 1'arU. a What Wires Do. PUILMAY V1W 8LBXPDTO CAS Lt. WlacAHtr Ill IS a ml ! 0 p mj you, Never mind, I'll tell your .father," iaa ia. u pu This is the way Fannie Feld in Prairie miles between New York aad Chicago in 1 M p raj said the woman. "- Ulchmood..l M p milt is p m .: 25J hours makes only uaoeieri II p It was impossible for him to keep quiet, Farmer answers the questions, "Are wives are so many bridgea toseven stopebnt there Arr. trUniurd June) 1 41 p ui.. . 40 p m cross and villages to Elck. nrsrUcha and rcllere all tha troohtc supported?" Who cooked your meals, and after awhile he asked: Norm. No. 1. No.. ' No. I to a blUous ttate of the reUm. aucti i Duthrough that the speed is necetaril made, washed and mended your clothes pasts llness, Nanaua, Drowilnr, Dlttrra after rating. "Have you got any boys?" 10 40ta,U Upn ralnlntheBlde, Ac While their moat rcourk-abr- o Lt. HlAOfutJ Junoi often as once every ten miles all thes years? Who made the butter and relaxed IHUvllfoaCtaclBMU tUae! 11 01 a m. 1 Mpm Laoeaaur "Yes; two." SUCCC4S ba been shown la curia; else, tho average for the entire rnn would kkhmood IWim 13 S3 pa 3 Ope cheese that you sold and pooketed the "Are they Indian boys?" 7 Ot a m lUpn, Wlncaeeter k VI 7 a a to - - n Arr. Parl.... . money foi? Who took care of your chib be much higher than 35.29 miles an hour. r i" "Their mother is a white woman." Lv. MativIII ....i A 4U a m'13 SO p ml dren, nuned you when you were sick, and Its greatest speed is on the run between my ma?" "As while at " OulUU. i 7 10 a mi 1 M pu New York and Philadelphia; and here the neajAche.yrtCarirr'IJttloLlrerIlllareeiaAny " HUKinburg ,. 7 S3 a ml 3 t p m "Juat another word out of you and IM bore with your outrageous valuAbta la Coaetlpalloa, curlnf and prermUng Oonoectlat- - In aata depot with bat train lur ml J M pm, is made in two minutes, and this annoying eoaaplxint, vrhJlolhey also correcl Air. rrU........ 7 C box you," said the woman, Limbing. He when things didn't go to suit yon? Who slowest mile 2 n seconds. Many a all dlrardera of tha stoouch, tlmuUte the line Lr. Lexington,. -- . 7 00 a mi 3 (a) p ml . " I'uU,.... ..' 7 53 a m 60 and regulate tha bowel. Ena If they only cured ,hadteviriDtly tested, his indulgent mother patched and darned, and contrived, and the fastest in Is made in sixty seconds. The loco11 PirU. ....' 7 Ma m,"M p ml on many an occasion, fjr after the shortest made every dollar do the work of three? mile ' CyothUna..... S M a m, 124 p nil Tho Direct Xoat tolyaohborg, Dan-- " And what hss she had to pay for all tbi? motive on which Mr. Angus Sinclair, of the I B ai I'dnvailli pooible silenco on his part, he asked: mi AW n Arr. Covington...... II It a uii 6 10 p m!.. villc, Norfolk, Just her board and clothes as she went American JaeAinbt, made the trip from Jer"Did you ever ee any scalps?" sey City to Broad street, weighs 71 tona and Ach a I hry vronld be almott p rlccl res to thoM who No. V Lv. Let, 1 41 a ni, Arr. Maytvllle S 40 m alnnir, and if you were to die I think ro?" 'Yes, ealftr from this dbtrcliiir comDlaJnt: but forta- - No. 37 Lv, t.x. 8 01 p m. Arr MyVllle 810pm MtelythdrgoodnedornotcndbcTe,andlho! m. Arr. Lex. 111 i No. M Lv. Mtytvlllt 3 1 all that she could claim of the property draws a train weighing 200 tons, and on deAll Virginia and North Carolina "Did they hive biod on th,eui?'' u m who Lt Mrvitl 13 scending grade, when the great machine able once trr thernvrlUflndtbcaallttleiWlUvalu- - 'No 2J Lt. Cot, 4 00 pra.SOAn, Arr fillliiiii I No. Point. In so many ays that they will not be wU Falmouth 7 00 pm 'No, they were dry," replied tlie Chero that she worked so hard to help you save, .io, it i.t. ralruaum JUini, Arr. Cot. iSliio For ticket and d of the real was doing a mile a minute, the driving to do without town. Hut after all tick Itcad kee, ; plainly showing that his political would be the uee of No. S and I daily between Klehmond, Lexington your ne.-ea- t ticket furtheror Information. nplr to office, addrei wheels made 253 J revolutions a minute. and Covington, ill other daily except bunJay. feaditiCM in answering questions had risen estate, and in nine caBes out often that is W.J. Hon, W. K. ARNOI,!),- yliteially worse than nothing. If It had above hi i Indian stoicism. Dr. Lyman Beecher said: "I defy any AJvertUlos Agt Tlckel L,1 1 W t to a 10 W MaluNt.,LouliTlll,Ky. "Do tbejr reel them like apples when not been for your wife's help, would you one to prove that rum sellers are not murIt tbobano of so many live that here It where we For ticket, rate and Information pertaining to have been worth so much t. day as you derers." The Bishop of Manchester said: mako our great bout. Our pliU euro It whlid time, connection!, An., c IS ,?.,!.IT,, w row-M- . they dry call nn or (.Idree others do not. Manner, (tn' Vam't Agt. Carter's Llttlo Llrcr mi are Ycry amall and Vf. II. McltOHKUTfl, Abanr, your inoutbr The Indian na are no? If you had been obliged to hire "Beer and wineshop with vaults are gateRichmond, Vlrglnl nudu Tcry ar una or HUntord, Ky. a woman to do the work that your wife ways to hell." Dr. William Parker, of They mo to lane, Tcv'itablo two nui uikb a aoe. ; lure was endeavoring to assert Itself," or strictly ami do not G. W. BF.NDHlt, r L.HRO.VN, paa who uperintaJent. "Jf'jou ask another question I'll whip has done for her board and clothes, do you New York, said; "Alcohol Is the one evil purge, but by their puitlo action to lors; all SU 0n'l Paa. A Frt. Xt uiothcm. hMlnl)ttcrot; 11 CoTlnntoo. ' Kv -,. .. .. M,. ..... 4 . rar, by dranrlsts everywhere, or lent by mail. TAKE TnE- you," you little rascal," said the woman, imagine that you could have done much genius, whether In wine or In ale, or whisr.ii ii ica,iD v.i, i ris. A FrtKy.At. more than make both ends meet?" Htanlord. ky and is killing the race of man." Senator CAKTER MEDICINE CO..ycir Y6rk. you going to hush?" "Are "Veesum." "Now, Fee here, William, ycu are not go Morrill, in the United States Senate, said: He twisud liiiuef around, scratched the ing out of this theatre until the play is "The liquor traffic is the gigantic crime of & MISSISSIPPI fl, coach door with a nail, which he mysteri- oveil" crimes in this age; particularly in this "But I am not going out of the theatre," country." John Williams, the martyr misous!, produced and asked: ' Would you ruber be an Indian than a "Oh, ncl you are only going into the sionary of the Pacific Islands, said: "I roa tiik- lobby to cool off. I have beard tnat story dread the arrival of an American whip, for whife man?" Vpd on," demanded the Cherokee, call before. Youia juat stay right here in your though she may have more missionaries in etat. Why it that you never wanted to DSALEB IN ing to the driver. "Let me ride outside," bar cabin, she brings In her hold the death-wateraOK-go out between the acts before we were "It's goin' to rain, I think, Colonel," the ol damnation." married, and now you want to dart out Hard Ka re, Horau Shoen, Grocerltia, Sadiilctt, Xato-ULlarp-lli- o driver responded. ! An interesting historic link connecting every time the curtain falls?" Iron, NhIIh, QucciiMwarts Hukrjt lVhlpn, "Alakea no difference," and he got out the present with the past cf the republic is "I don't know, my dear; unless it was liUKKF WIlOOlK, HtOXVH, Cane 9IIIIH, HarncHM, louihvilu: and climbed on top c( the coach. I then furnished by the bill which has been reth because I had nothing to go out fori" Spoken, GratCM, Older SIIIIh, Ljip OoTorH, end th North, Free 1'ailor Car o Ctnclnnstl thought my time had come, but he was af increasing Mrs. Sally Mallory's and I'lce bleeping Car to Cincinnati Washing"Nothing to go out fori Well, air, what ported for Corn I.llile Stoneware, Collars, ton, Baltimore, I'hlUdelphla and Now York.wltS- ter better4game; our red man of the forest pension. Mrs. Mallory is the widow of a as Ills affinity. He screwed himself have you to go out for now!" Revolutionary soldier who terved in tbe Oliver Chilled, Champion "I want to rest my ears." Steel and Brlnloy Combiaed Plows, Wooden and wuisville to Around for awhile and then leaning (rem and IbeWeat, .. ranks 105 years ago. It is commonly beCast Pumps, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elovator. Tin Roofiwindow he called: the coich The tallest man in this country is said to lieved that the supply of Revolutionary ng1 and Guttering will have prompt attention. be Ilenrv Thurston, who first beheld the soldiers had given out; but their widows "day, does Indians scalp niggers?" ,0 "Whoa," said the Cherokee, "let me get light of day near Jeflerson City, Miraouri, are still occasionally to be found among us, Snlfuttinn i T. , .tcKlnnrt, ifo1! down," but who now owno a cattle rancbe in Tex- and, as with those of the veterans of 1812, ""Want to get back Inside?" the driver as, Mr Thurston is seven feet, seven and a ?"om WUIHVH.I.E to it sometimes almost seems as if their lonINDIANAl-OLIS.Cm-asked." half inches tall and an he is thin and gevity was promoted by their being placed (? V.d .lh?. w,h Dr Coache. and "No; I'm going to walk. Drive on and gaunt Cha,lr Car through without Chang. and Invariably wears a stove-pipif I don't overtake you, all right. D d hat he never fails to produce a positively on the pentlon rolls. LOOK AT THIS if I wouldn't rather be a witness In the startling effect upon tbo beholder. MoreTub Most Unkindest Cut op All. iDtf.ia p. a. Eiprsas (dally) from LouliTllle ping Cars from LouIitIIU to New hu Palace United States Court." Opie P. Head. Tbe compilers of tho seri&iof "Illustrated over, ho has acquired several habits of IPHARMACISTS York without c:hnge, arriving at WsAhlngton 2.M Men of the Timee," having written to us rep. tn. neat day An Illinois man had accumulated a few posture which add to tbe impression, For questing our permission to publish our biDIALKaS IX- Hoars Ahead of All Competitors. thousands and his health wis such as to instance if he happens to feel ired when ography and bogus presentment, we replied convince him that he had not much left of walking U the street he ia accustomed to Emigrant and Books, bo moat happy, but had no TlatbelU M. IVy that we should bT0 rhrough DtyCoacho on all tnln. Hse life, He picked up the ecriptural clause, rest himself .by dropping his arras over a no mldnlgkt change. Arrive at St. Loul2 liour theh photographer at hand, We "Iiy up your treasures in heaven," and be wingicr; sign and reclining his chin upon reply: "Photo, not necessary. "We use in auvauL-- ui )lher line, thereby aecurlng more rbyirclini' preicilptloni accurately.eompounded timeror making change oi car and getting lint Also lieved that he- - could obey. The process ii, I choice of seat in can of connecting lines. aeHBecfaaJelfgi' v?VjeaV . 9 same cut every time. Will add beard if A few years ago if u man wore seen helI Inainnceof otrmr lln. in vn. ... - ..i that he invented was to convert his wealth JEWJEfiKKM! I dealred,"-BtrIington (Vt.) Free Press. CblcMo and the only line giving In patron a iato paper money and burn it prayfallr on loing at a boxjn the will, answering it ride along the (borti of Lako Mlohlgan. jM'r?.raa.Mg . s!r?S!' i ty rn ifc For ticket, rate, tlm., tup, Ac, apply to T11K !'Yes?' persons who suffer fro-Those unhappy tan 'altar. He went so far as to build the loudly with, "You dont't Say Ticket Ag.uto connecting line or addre. altar and kindle the sacrificial fire, but he bo?" "Well I declarel" "Nol" and so on, he nervousness and dyspepiia should use CarLargest Stock of Watches, ILBiIUl9.WN'.8ouln"n l'Mnger Agt., 8. b. Cor. Fourth A Main at., Loulivllls. Clocks, JeTTOlrj k SUrerrrare Vf. bad burned only $10 when .his relatives would, have been thought crazy. Now it ter's Little Nerve Pills, which are made W. PEABOD V, w. B, 8UATTUC, lib-rtQea'l Manager, would be known as a simple case of telefor sleepless, nervous, dyspeptic suf forcibly deprived him of his religious QenM rauengtr Agt Ever broughto thU market. 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