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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884021201 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. mmmmmmmmm wmsBmK&eaBm Semi H . III ntefiof lonfital STANFOKD, KY TUESDAY. FEBRUARY DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. VOLUME cmi-SJIcch- X.-NU- MBER 510. GARRARD 12,1884. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 22?. I Lancaster, Joe Haas who 1h one of the most stirMr. Cook a bill for tho bene Hollies llowmtn, of Richmond, in at- ring business men In Boyle county, has fit of J. B. Fish, of Rockoastle. Editor and Proptittot tending Circuit Court and i representing W. P. WALTON, - about $1,000 worth of mink, skunk nd Miss Claia Whitehead, a worthy lady Midion creditors in the J. It Kerhr & Co., coon skins undisposed of. of Rcckcastle county, received the republi Tiictitciv n'tul Friday; erne. Bublthel vote for Librarian, Mr. Charles H. Lucas, formerly of this W. 8. lltszley solda tine coach home A bill was passed by the House fixing place, now of Cincinnati, and an appreciato Mr. Keith, at Paine' Station, thin week. 'J.OO Xlim AMNUM ' t - ' t tive nubscriber and reader of the Intjckiou the fees of witnesses in Magistrates' courts considered It a fine ar.ttnsl and Pony Wbiu paid atrlctly la alrance. It we hare to JouhNAL, was here last week greeting old at fifty cents per day. agood price for it. b chanced .' wall Jims, ." will The House passed a bill appropriating Circuit Court will adjourn next Sstur friends. for the relief of sufferer from tho Mm. L. C Read, of LquUville,. late day. The Grand Jury hs found ahout NUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY, I1- V30 Indictments, the majority of which are candidate for fit its Librarian, I quite elck flood in the Commonwealth. , , f t T r Bills to prohibit the sale of liquors of DriigH, Willi Paper, WIiich. SIiiHlcal J. 1'. Ballerj of Hnfonl chartd by for small oflence. Malk May was ent to at the residence of her friend, MIm Lizzie Llquor Chcmlcalf, IuNfrtienicnts, tb nurroundlntc of lit youth, unbent hi the penitentiary tor two year for hore Irvine. She has been ccnGned to her bed anv kind within three miles of Bush Grove Clgarx. Stationery, PaintH, and Shady Grove churches in Caey coun since Thursday. dignity like Jijjpof old, fellfd hi hoary Waling, NonpH, Jlles, TobnccoR, CiiUery, Twenty-onchare i f Central Nation-a- l ty, were presented by Mr. Simpson. The youngest child of Dtid Thonip-ton- , furucry, lock for a time ami in company with a JLiiipg, FJre Arms, MiicuIh Mr. Pioipcon offered a bill to incorpoBank stock belonging to the estate of a bright little girl twelve yearn of age, blooming young lad, adrentiirtii in the Aeedlctv Mr. Zimmerman' town of Yoiemite, Our Jewelry, SIlTermtro and Optical Goods Department Is In Charge orCoi. dance Thursday night. The pld.gen died Thursday night after an illness of the late R W. Graham will be sold public- rate in Csey county and and another bill was Titos, lllcliards, who will Repair Watches and Clocks Promptly and In the best tlemaiv sustained no injury- no far a on he two week. The family and friend hare ly next Monday in front of the court-bousStock of this lunk sold in Msy presented to incorporate Pittsburg In style. earned, hut returned to hit musty lotnm the heart felt oympalhy of our community Laurel county. last at $200. !u their bereavement. The remain were with perfect resignation The caucus to nominate a warden for The railioid and express companies are interrid in Mt. Vernon cemetery Saturday. U, M OIen, who superintended the not encouraging the shipment of freight the penitentiary adjourned till next Friday preparation of the crate at McCormack' Stepping into Durneide' drug store doing anything. An effort Church on Saturday, atate that the ground one afternoon taut wefk we accidental); this (Monday) morning in the direction of night without the flooded districts. They explain the will be msde to nominate a candidate for waa o completely Mturated with water a overiicara a converiiiilon between a numPrinter Wednesday night. to make it difficult to Complete the work. ber o'f our prominent farmer who were uncertainty of prompt arrival and let the Public An act to change the boundary line Hiring finished the vault, tbey were com- fated around t'lentore diocussing the pro- shipper take the risk. List Friday was the last day for uelng between Lnurel and Rjckcasile counties pelled to dig a rrsorvoir bint-atft to pre- priety of orginiriug an ''Agricultural in our Circuit Court, which commence on was pissed by the House. It repeal an vent the witer from rliing in the outer caaw Club." From general and special remark Monday the 13th inst. There are thirty act made in 1S71 and makes Rockcastle we obtained enough Information to anuntil the coffin could be deposited river at Livingston the line, as it was forIHed, on Thunnley nluht, the little nounce that tuch an organitttion will be appeirances, among them thectse of F. M. Taylor vs. If. T. Crowd us, an important merly. child of 0 h Peaeock. aged only a few perfected at an early date. The member-hl- p The House adopted a resolution calli here by change of venue from will be limited and only those will be case which day. On Friday at 0 o'clock I'M., Mating upon the Railroad Commissioners to thew Speed Peyton, aged 71 yev. Not- admitted who are known to entertain com- Marion county. Mr. John Jelt, of tlie firm of Mos & furnish an estimate of the cost of fencing withstanding he atuincdlo'an advanced mon sense vie on specialties in stock Jett, of Kansas City, Mo , is here, detained all line of railroads within the State, nd ege, Mr. Peylon was from childhood of a raiting and arming. Iiefore a petitinnir l of the value of stcck killed by railroad deliotts constitution. Hi lait illnc was accepted by the order be must answer a by the high water which covers some of the trains during the year 1333. protracted and the termination aeemed to certain number ol questions a a test of railroad over which be dtsires to travel Considering that the Legislature is dohome. Mr. Jett is a native of this county be simply a weiring out of the Ttera. his qualification. As fir as w could as- ing next to nothing, it would seem that 2 There Is some surprise on the part of '""" tne interrogations will relate to e and is an enterprising and energetic young clerks would easily keep up with the busi culler view entertained by individual mm. His house cirries on a tliurisbing youug Ibat ijUnford with four honor, ness, but they don't and a resolution apgrocery business. able exception wa unrepresented here members and distinguished farmers in the . George Metcilf, W. K. Hobb pointing a second assistant was adopted, on Thursday night. There was a large county. We are not U liberty to publish Green R. Keller, of the Carlisle Murcury, company present and they srtmed to have " we beard with reference to what a and II. W. French were at Lancaiier Fri- wis given the position. enjoyed the evening highly. The supper "'l"t-'- my expect after Initiation; suffice day ai witnesses fjr the prosecution in the Hardi Grat. Uatuitohave been excei'enl sny abund- - ' ,0I"T ln proceeding will be of such a ewe agiinst Mlcom Ray, chirged with The Ohio & Mississippi Railway will eell ant and the maxjuerade atTorded a great j nature a to insure rrompt attendance at horse stealing. Rty took the horse, deal of amufemrnl. A mit !.) wt.0 'every meeting, and the exercirr will be so whether felonouelj or not, in Garrard round trip tickets at low excursion ratea to varied and intereiting a to command the county last September and brought it here New Orleans, on account of the Carnival. wu prr-rpir-tta- l iurninr irotn iuwurr Hi Sale beginning Feb. 20th and continuing tlflt of the jr6uuger portion of the W undivided attention of all present. l!y and tried openly to dispose of it conduct at tho time impressed a number of until the 2lth. Ticket will be good 5 days embly, but declare that a rejisiry of the social reque we are allowed the privilege elifer pectstot.aod. tlartlclpants would 'be of publishing a few of the iuol important person who saw him with the opinion going and returning until March 20th. The Carnival this year will close with the tuIsUlcM for a census of two or three counUrtioo that will I propounded and the that he wa wrong in the upper story. The "hot water" tnmia which we usual parade and festivities on Tuesday, vlewi elicited by the examination will ties Kath Drpauw, Danville, Woman in material to judge of a candi- knew would certainly rage here, ii at last Feb. 20th. The O A M. R'y runs a thro' White; Uertla Xewlin. Dtntill.. Mjhtj date' qualification. Those who would as- upon us, ladies so fir txing the principal sleeper from Cincinnati to New Oleana, via victims. In cie some of your readers Odin, dailv. For tickets and further parLiixieTwIdwelJ, Aur-i- ., Id. Twidwell, pire to membership would do well to may not "tumble'' at once '.o the racket" ticulars, inquire of agents of that line. Chaming little flower gnl, HUe IJogle, over the question we give the following explanation it submitted. Hu-w- n of Mgh; SillleCook and Ilrie below. Thousand! Say So, 1 Do you concur with Joe Kobinon in Hot water is the latest ptnarea for all huPalry ?uern.; Helen Keid, Highland Itife, Mr. T. W. AUIn, GInud, Kinim, write - "I Mary; Manda Drye, Spring; Julia Bradley, the belief that the cheapt and b,t way man Ills, it i supposed to cure the stick ntvr brtlute to recommend your Electric Ptttera apantin I.uly; Jevie Cook, Fairy, Itelle to diMe of looe (tone upn the land i and make the well feel from, 99 to 100 per. to my euitomsri; they git entire satisfaction and are the purest sellrn." Cook, Mexican Olrl; Ixtie Drye, Jtpaneae tn bury them several feet underground? cent, better than they would without it art rapid medlein Elictrlc Bittenposltlrely cure knin and will The first thing the victin doe after riling and Jeonle tteld, Sbephrde; Emma And do you believe that auch a procedure KldnVr and Uer Corap'slnt. Purify the blood in the morning is to call f ir a sp kd and a Perkirw, Hummer; Eva Bradley, Stanford will enrich the soil by decompoeitioa' and regulate tht bowala. No family can aflord to Do you hold to the belief with George cup of bolting hot water and then a man b without thira. Tntr will sart hundreds of FlawerOirl; Judit Wtatberford, Peasant (told at 60: a In docMr's Olrl; AnnaiWd, lloiVp; Lou Hocker. Evn that when a cow lose it "cui" that a it can be taken without literally acaldirg dollars by rrhny A bills rrr year, McAllster. the mouth and throat to sip it by the botl Kd Hiding Hood; Una Williams, Spring; she should have a new one? What materispoonful until it is all gone. The doa is Uua Ooode, Naiad Queen; Chloe Logan, al would you sutgestT repeated by tome persons twice and by Balterdy; HuJ Oood., Minerv; 81 lie 3. Do you think John Gill i right in Jeakias, Nun. The gtotlaaen maker ordering all hU grain town and harreated other thrlco per day. A recent midical were: D. Taylor, Representative from and hi meat killed and salted by the light writer in speaking of tha habit ay that "the human stomach cin endure so much ILLU8IKATED. BhaJytown; George Weatherford, IUmlei; and dark of ths moon? is a proof of the vitality of the race." June Hocker, Napoleon; Ernest Wood., 4. Would you follow the example of Uarpt's Weekly standi at tht head of Anuriran Wild Irishman; Hub Hocker and Wolford Tyne Cooke and leave the clod on your Three brother, Frank, Jack and Illustrated weekly Journal. By Its unpartlaan poallton IB politics, Its admlrablt Illustration. It Drye, Dudes; Will Hocker and Le IUid, wheat ground to be broken up by the William Flynn, white riding through the carefully chosen terlila, abort stories, sketches, foremost artists contributed Sailor B)ys; JM. Cook and Shack Huff-m- , fretting and thawing proce-- ? streets of Hot Springs Ark., were fired up- and pos, of the day, t by the Instruction and carries and authors 6. Would you follow the practice adoptOsctr Wlldw; Will West, Cadet; Joe to thousands of American home. on by seven 'men armed with shotguns entertainment to the the It Pge. Highland Laddie; Will Huffmin, ed by Jewe Doty for cutting off sheep tail, and Winchester rifle. The assailing makewlllalwaja 1 Weeklyaimtheof meat publisher and Bimv popular the Harper's lamllr newspaper In the world, and, In CbinaMin; Uje and McAfee. Uncle Simbo which consist in grabbing the tail in the party emerged from a saloon and their attiacllve of this design, to present a constant ad Aunt Dinah; G. F. Peicock, Gtrman left hand, a the animal leap over a fence, attack was unexpected. One of the Flynna the pursuance In all thnss feature which have lniproTemenl for It theconnd.nce, armpathy. and supVroUxtor, Doc Drye, Sailor Boy; June and cutting them off with a knife in the waa killed, and the other two mortally Elut Its Isrgs army of readers. port of IUid, Turk; Dave Allen, Mephl.tophilee; right hand? How much bone would wounded. The driver of the carriage was - AND Jim Held, Joaeph Sold; Gecrge Drye, Fah-icnLl- e lough off after such an operation? also mortally wounded, and so was a by PERIODICALS, Bef; Will IUid, Skeleton; Henry 0, Do you believe that wheat sown broad- stander named Hargrave. Another by HARPER'S ! Drye, Faust; Mat Thompson, Apollo; Jno. cast with the hand, would produce more s'.ander named Craig was shot in the bacr, PER YEAR. 00 ......... Harper's Magailne ft Hurgln, Secretary L. A I. Society. The than if drilled? but not fatally. A Full and roiupletu asHorliueut or Furniture, embracing 0 Harper' Weekly - 7. Do you raise Jersey? young men from Danville took The whisky sold bv Louisville desl Harper's lUur W crythlug from the Cheapest to the Finest Suites. Jf ISO prt: Will Koblnson, Chesterfield; Lucien Theec are a few of the number of ques- er in 1833 amounted to 14.5,000 burets, or Harper's Young lYople ,... need to ko to tho largo cities to make your purchases, no Squire Library, oca year IJgan, Uncle Remus' Little Red Steer; tions that wilt Ih proposed to the candi- 6,100,000 gallons, and was worth 10,900,-00- Harper's Kianklln can anil Mill duplicate 10 00 whut quantity or quality you want, as (TC NmuUri), Stanley Archibald, .Eithetic Young Man; date for cor aideration and the casual ob' Postage Free to all suUtcrlbcrs tn the L'nltcJ any prices you can obtain elsewhere, freight being added. Aim. Hugh Craft, Tom Thumb; Jim Guet,Star-gu- ; server will notice that they involve Suites or Canada. a full assortment of Collins, Cacs, Khrouds and Kobes, embracPanic ik a Menaoekie. A Will Davis, Vick' Floral Guide. much material for discussion. The Club The Volumea of the Weekly begin with the ftrat ing all tho New Styles, both cheap and expensive. Ware roewa no The following constituted the "Mulligan will enter upon it brilliant career with at a menagerie in England, while going Numtierlor January of each year When the time will be understinl from den to den as usual, was about to Is iiieutlousd, it to commence vlth that Number opposite St. Asaph Hotel. Stanford, Ky. the withe Guards:'' W.W.Wiseman, Buil Gueat, Col. J. II. Bruce, Major Jas. A. Burnable, receipt of order. Will Moore, A. Hundley, Will Lambert, Jno. S. Gill, Joseph Robinson, Joel Walk- enter the cage containing a group of young next alter Kour Annual Volume of Harper Thntait ' T lions, when one of them sprang past him, Weekly, In neat cloth binding, will be win by er, W. Burnside uud Tho. Anderson a Saa Harlan, George Evani, Lud Kran. by alighted en the ground in the midst mall, jKwiage paid, or doea express. Ire ol expense not excetd one dollar (proTldol the freight member and with such an array of and Tho not masked were: Mlse Gena charter volume', f'r V 00 per roluum. of the people. The latter rushed for the nd Sophie Bright, Danville; Mallie Cof-- subttantial citizens and successful farmers Cloth Cases f reach olume, suitable for bindstreet, and a panic ensued. Meanwhile ing, will be sent by mull, postpaid, on receipt of organization is destined to be of im- fey. Liberty: Bettie, J,nk,. rw, ... 00 each. the young lion, himself Indly frightened, 11 Remittance should be made by Hon-e- r ... mense benefit socially and otherwise. on r .info - T I,,,..- k'ii1 .uiry inom pson. Alice Order or Draft, to itoIJ cluncd ol loss. ran round and among the spectators, upon the most important topics to copy this advertisement t.'ewspspers are no: Jones, Mollie Mounce, Lizzio Png, Bettie pursued by the attendants of the mena- without tbeexpreM order of Harper A Jlrotaera. Logun, Nannie Brown, Lincoln. Dr. Jno. concerning the farm will bo held each gerie, who finally II AitPEIt A MlOTllEtM. New York. Address captured him in an Bogle, Danville; Carroll Retd, Jamc Al- meeting and each member will be expected barrel. In the excitement a woempty len, Farrls Sandldge, Mat Sandidge, Calvin to proclaim his views without reservation. forced against a cage containing a From time to time prominent men will be man was Cir.wnter, Will Weatherford.Buck Weath- large, bich extended lionet, invited to sdvise the Club upon Hiiiable CELEBRATED erford, Prank Lee, Sam Logan, Lincoln. AND- its paw beneath the bars of the cage and subjects for dircuseion, The firit meeting .i ,i clutched at the woman's head, inflicting A. ground-hoconfined in the Zoologi-ca- l will be held at Masonic Hall, where per Garden at Baltimoro came out of his manent arrangements will be made for serious wounds. hole on February 2. This was the first meeting, Ac, At the opening John S. Gill STANFORD, KENTUCKY, WniTiKO Name on HaTOANDS. Tlie seen of him fdnce he went into winter quar- will deliver an address upon tho ''Best way experience of Mia Beach, tho romantic DE&LDK IN- tern, October 20. The keeper placed some to sow grain." The new club has our young lady of Bethel, Conn., who wrote aim near the hole on February 1, but this best wishes for its success and may it live her name on the band of a hist, and finally did not tempt him. He was closely watch- long and prove of practical benefit to the married the New Orleans gentleman into ed, and at 11:30 on the following day was entire couuty. "it h osa hand It fell, has had an unexpected neentocome slowly crawling out. After "What in thunder made you take my sequal. Ofcourao the other girk in the looking around for a little while he we,nt shop did the same thing, and now a westto tho corn and commenced eating, A exchanges out of this room?" exclaimed an ern firm has refused a consignment of hats beam of sunlight fell slantingly through editor in wrath, addressing the guttaper- sent on their order, because eo mauy of the roof of the inclcee'tire, and In moving cha colored gentleman whofo duty it was them have young ladies' names written about the ground-hocrotsed it. He raw to aweep the "santum" floor. "Whut doea yer mean, dem newtpa-per?- " inside the band. Sereral married men his shadow, and immediately darted into who, unobserbtng bought hat o marked, bin bole. The garden-keepe- r wMI watch "Yes, Why the deuce did you take 'em had the very foul fiend's own time about Mowers, for future movements, Tha .ground-bothe matter, and the locality wai all broken weeks to stay in the 'ground,' and away?" ha sir They who work carlr and lato tlio rear "I didn't know yer wanted 'em boss. I up for a while. round need, occaalonally, ttie neaiiniui on March 21 (lie time will be up for anCorn llmulou imparted by a wholesome tonlo seed yer cuttin' em all ter pieces wid a When a woman is making bread, she other appearance. like Ilostetter'a Stomach Bitters. To all, aa a remedy and its purity and efficiency par o' scissors ylste'day. Thought yer may be eaid to be in the rery flower preventive of disease commend It. It Cider Mills, Cane Mills, Pumps, Iron Fencing, Saw Mills, EnPrompt relief in sick headaohe, dizziness jls wanted 'eoi to whittle on, so I tuck of her usefulness. checks Incipient rheumatUra and malarial gines, Threshing Machines, Hose Belting, symptom, relieves conitlpatlon, dysiiep. nausea, constipation, ptin in the side, etc. 'em away an fotch yer some ole paper. tfa and biliousness, arrests premature Mormon are (aid to number 127, The mitigate decay of tho physical enereUs, guaranteed to thottv using Carter' Little Wife wanta de new paper ter paste on de 291. AhJ In fact every thing pertaining! to Agricultural SfHchliienrThey hare Increased oyer 23,000 the innrmtlles ofsie and hasten conraj Office mid Ware Rooms opposite St. Asaph Hotel, Stanforwall, sah."-A- rk. Liver Pills. One pill a dose. 25c. Traveler. If scene.- - For sale ly all Druggists and during the put year. . . , Oeabr irtnerally. ine-ent- ln ntcriorournitI CQUNTY DEPARTMENT LEGISLATIVE D0IN0S. M'ROBEfTOSTAGG DEALERS Hook, cs ut 0 Opera House Block, Stanford, Ky;, e le uu; - e. DISSOLUTION, pe-th- Me-rH- J ni The partnership of Bruce, Warren & Co. has been dissolved by mutual consent, Geo. H. Bruce &r Co. buying the Clothing and A. A. Warren the Grocery Department. A. A. Warren will meet anybody's prices and GEO, EL Bruce & Co. especially will cut prices on some lines to reduce stock for Spring purchases. GEO. XI. BRUCX CO. , A. An WARRESN. ldr, i I have received and am still receiving New Goods for Fall and Winter, comprising tlie best in the market, 181. will be gotten up in and Harper's Weekly. which second to none in citystylecoun or make H. C. Rupley try. Give me a trial. bl HI.O. STTFUiESr. H W WEAKEN, UNDERTAKER, Iealex in fTuvniture Parlor 0. I er matter lion-tame- sr - jr " Post-Oth- ra GEO. D. WEAREN Commission IKEerchant .gent, Manufacturers' -- full-grow- H " If A Hay, Grain, Wool, Field g &lfTEBs Seeds, Buggies, Carriages, Sprinf Wagons, Par 3m Wagons, Grain Drills, Corn Drills, Carts, Reapers, Corn Tlanters, Plows Harrows, Hay Rakes, Planters, Feed Cutters, i' s LAHCAHTKHHnUKTlKKSmM. movement take in the full "gospel of the the vestry door opened and many in there !'7.&TavJil ff la thr IIIMT. No rrfrnraUiiii. UmiI v. ii ..i.ytf.N ri-- l r lu.i lvi.ulsrforiluir-at-. v grace of God" very readily. We come and hearing without seeing. The LORD gave ' t ,n. ki D. JP. WALTEIl go 10 miles each way every night. It U as power on the lira ten Serpent and every sou lfnnll.li:rAI, A Diploma. TTT7m k htlali li.i'OOjriir. if our lodgings were at Stanford and the in the hourc confessed the dear Name. The February 12, 1884 LANCA8TEK, KY. BUnford, Ky., Offlce preaching at Dtnville or Crab Orchard closing shout rings In my ears still.. Cilliens National Hank. from to II i. m. ud from to 6 h. m. Otic koun Monday Jan. 11. Busy packing for The rail makes all easy to do. ! EDITOR 0.P. WALTON. Wednesday Jan. 9. A very interesting our leu days at Dartford and Ilex lev L. y. s. , tvtlXTr. HUBBLE A BUIIDETT, bible reading at Capt. Dennis' Thorn-comb- e Heath, Kent. Dear Charley Chejre s'aid I iiiftr fur saleirl ately my farui ol till :i.J with us Iat night and began to say good- ACItKM,.lutt-- , miles B. K.,ol MchnUnllle wV'i'XOltrVJQYtt Lodge, New Barnet and tho blessThe Louisville Democrat copies the LAW. Creek, In Jcaaamlne county. Th I.ANCASTEIt, KY. ing of the LORD very manifest. The Bul- bye at 10 o'clock, but did not manage to on lllckrasu u following from the l'aducah Journal, which and clover and It o good land la In VJ!1 1""!1" ,n Osrranl and adjoining eunllM furRiolDKny iroultH 0 thla part ol ,n ,h- lets, over from !Iigligate,and we had a de- gtt out the final adieu until 4 r. M., when m edited by Asaistent Secretary of Stale, thratateandls well adapted lo vrowlmt tol.a.co. ?nouM.i.v,;uV;r J 14-- J lightful tea parly after the reading. Spe- we went out of the front gate of 102 He is The ImproTrmenta and ma; therefore be taken as cf Stnfa-udwelling of McCuij cially pleased with a good old sister from a dear fellow the truest of staunch friends 7 ruoiua with t'orchxand ttllar, a well afitood w. UhoriUtivt: "The Stanford Jouknai. ter near thedoor, a good barn, stable and waKn "PotterV Bar" station, who in a rncrat and has stuck to us through "thick and ahul and other titr.ary out buildings. An orpeis of the outrageous action of Gor. Ac chard, stock water abundant and sprightly way gave me a "splendid point" thin" since the Hoxton Hall first meeting. The fencing1 on the crerk la mistly of stotio. Plen.Knott in allowing; the life conyict Steele ty of tlmtxr lor Irnclcg purixma and lni-- must-I- t that I intend to circu'ate diligently. She He is invaluable when we are getting oil to co from the prison walls unattended to In Rd repair Latlu ! roiiTrnlrnt to the rotMy aid: "Richard (her husband) is a little for a country trip, as his business experi- thurcb, nthool and mill, I will sua father's funeral. Does the Stanford low and on taay teimtto arllfs dealrlDg a home d dlspoeed to be in looking over ence enables him to advise us in all mat or will dlfide It to ault pure hams. Jscxnai. suppose that Got. Knott is war- ), will rent to rallable the past, and that of course makes him ters of multum in parvo packing. As he is If not sold ky Str.A. IIIKUNVEHU Kit. eUaf tb penitentiary and ha charge of MUM, M. llanly, P. U., Ky. rather melancholy whenever he looks for engaged to the "dearest girl" and quite 206 1 mo. the prisoners, taking cognizance of their ward. Now, I don't see what good that true lo her, we are not afraid he ill prove purtuil and their outgoings and incota-- ? will do, and as the LORD tells me to 'for- a hawk, soaring arouud uur little dove-cotVALUABLE Got, KeoU issued no order of per-ai- t get the things behind,' as well as to 'lake and requiribg careful e$pumage. An unto Steele to attend that funeral, neithno thought of the morrow,' I suppose He speakable comfjrt. Bro. Manning and Stanford Town Lots for Sole, er hid he any authority to do so. That knows best and so I just mind Him and it Herbert Limmer met us at Canon street wm a matter betwein the convict and the make me quite happy, of course. The elation and at the other end of the line we warden." 'We do not get the Journal else I offer forialr prlfalely at low price and on ery Irrma, OVI'.K 'JT1' other day when Richard was looking quite were greeted by 11m, Haywood Congregathe matter should have been noticed soon3 TOl".V i.riTMlB tteNoithiaitllmlu of the Dart-forStanford More than half ol them are miserable, Isaid.'Now, Richard, why don't tional minister and welcomed to er. Jt i verj gratifying to us to see the rltr of Koure. and a whhlna third of a mile Tea at our "own hired house" in numrl of them within ol I In Court i.f a mile of you let be responsibility placid where it belongs and If the dear -r pr the nrfllfnllf while the act is no less deserving of ceo-ar8knatoh-Elec- t Jor. Blackburn is the LORD forgets, why will you remember Higbrleld Kuad. At Heath Hal), holding aona Junction in luili.wi or hate uuilt yuirnt at arcagvd boon Making Extenwe are glad Got. Knott's skirts are hero of tho hour. Frankfort bimiuetted what only makes you miserable and can do about "50, the service began, with a rooiu that jolni. Thi-lot ar thp tij Wit tnd moat A lot of dear faces from Bex-le- y no possible good? Suppose I should come clear. We admire him for a number of him, Lexington followed suit and now and eonenlentljr aituatrd lor mldrnm that ollareJ lor aU In Clanford, and Heath greeted and encouraged us. The bam TCMors but we could not afford to wink at Washington is to try her hand. He U a tre down every morning with a long fice and a mj prlrea od trriuaaie luih at to plare It In thr so flagrant an abuse of power, assured as mendously popular fellow at the Capital, doleful string of reminiscences of every Limmers and Browns in forcj and Erroll, iwfr ol any Induttrloua man lo areure on of ibrra lor a hiuie we were that thecharge wav just. We join as ia fact he is everywhere. His magnet thing that had gone wrong in our married the converted cabman gave us hearty They all iron! upon new itrrrla. which hatelmt the biadrt and lot )ti eianlord. A number confessed the Savior Ixf n oifurd.ka tlfh tie Democrat in the hope that the Legis- ism is wonderful and it is no surprise to Hie, insteid of enjoying our present happiThr will Ii iot in Ktnturkv Mott thol no grading and lature will investigate the matter and see those who know anything of his charac- ness in forgetfulness ofallpist unbappl-nes- Piatseihe LOUD for auch a good begin- - thalanl linlfttl aa r CtQ W had at . depth of Irpui Aaa ?0W hrth'H..c-i-wH attr ""T how would you like that?' And I mug. Ojly sleeping room for three at our joto40it if the warden of the penitentiary is not ter that he won his way so rapidly into the tral Kentnekv Thw,- - r " " . , They will l Oid to none Imii hllf roiii grave public offense, and kick hearts of the members of the Legislature. think Richard saw the point, fur he bright- lodgings, so Will aid I Scattered" lo Bex-le- y guilty of a ' n t a luaptfthtiiMau ilea Koom Beta. CftrDet Heath I to share Herbert Llmmer's him oat of office if he is, Tho only objection to him we ever urged ened up immediately and has been cheerier - w nutt A CUllCUlllir SKI.InrJ, Kjr. I ever since." ("He that hath ears to hear couch and he with Bio. Manning A unatn, Marbla Top The election of Capt. Blackburn to the was that a certain clas was a little to up- let him near.") walk of (our mile. Herbert shorttned the roarious in his support, but perbups he is Con tre Stand &Ex 17. fi. Senate leaves other aspirants for that At night a houne full and many confess- way by telling me ol the good work that COMMISSIONER'S not to blame that. On the whole we Un-letenilon Tablet, position a long time out in the cold. ions of the dear Name. Praise the LORD! has been going on at the Heath since the Woven Wine. Cot-te- n he makes some very egregions blun- .are inclined to believe that the Legislature he Cay Circuit Thursday Jan 10. The girls and I at meeting there in October last. The town Aa Matr ComioiMionerof did as well as it posibly could under the Top and Hair Mat-tresieI d t oCrr for tale at the Court- ders, he is sure to be endorsed by a wheie is transformed and Bro. Hopkins' mission liouaedJoMnLii to tho highlit Mddcr circumstance!1. Capt. Blackburn in a man Alderfgale and Jewin streets Folding Bed Loun-Be- i, which will give him twelve years, and ' 'ut"" ,,KI,OD'on we had b!esed meetings at both places," ilh at Coverdale Hall in a mot llouriihing Brdi & Coti, Wardrobeo if he makes as satisfactory a Senator as he of convictions, with courage enough to ex- our dear working women. The LORD look condition. Herbert and Edith both work .MONDAY, FEltltUAltY 5, 'HI and Sofai, and Everything Elip bu a Congressman, there is no tellinc how press them and he will at leart be no figure- - me through the trying breaks of speech at like oeaveis to Help en tLc KOOil cause. C. august body l. which be has untt ,i irl ttir ,fk,n traillt 1,1 l anl twtlfft Kept in a Firit-cla- n long he may hold the office. Senator Beck's beaa in the Furniture 8tojfj. Jewin street with lull liberty and quite a Lovely brother and slter they are. liulli ' monttii, the following dMirllJ roperty, lo-i lime will be out in about five year, but If been elected. numbei accepted the Sivior. At Alders- - jcojveitetl at the Urn n dialed rStigur meeting and both A Farm I onsNtlllg of Abotll Ho .Icrr fee continues to make as good an officer as It ia nip and tuck betwen the Kentucky gate we had an unbroken with bright convert from the very firs: . . land, with a ar Rtrrr now, Kentucky can not s fiord to cast him and Utah Legislatures as to which can do no one going out. We dined at the "ArlUrDA JAM. 15. Herbert was a quiet ml hvun. thirroii. ir d 'am and aside. It is therefore evident that gentle- - the least work in a given time. A present cadian Vegetarian" outbuilding, and .100 Arrrouf I imni.r lliiwil other urary anil uear with our dear John bvil.ft-llcjmmru- r.(,M. . ,lllbrrr4l ( M1M .jmi.ig akramrarj saen with Senatorial bees in their bonnets Kentucky is ahead, having done nothing, Tod, who paid all ald lattda II i.n Ibr MlddlliurK Unt thtrrlo Brother us to lie In bed until a late hour this mornbill, as will hear them buzz a long time before while Utah has managed to pass two un Manning, A True 1'urk tumtke road, aUiut 10 mlix of Bexley neath, Kent, was there ing, so that I was thoroughly relreahtd. Utrly. and krwwn & a pari of the Addlwm Wll- their ambitions are gratified. Blackburn's important bills llama larm ta HI alio and tells me he has made all prepara (i ,ini ,ivp to UirllortJ by tbe I0.J0 train, iof .,,.Uriu CI1 lCk UlIfl, ,n walcfM aim la on , In O . and !ndlaiiap.Ua, ' K7 .u,,,., M t i promotion, however, gives the other boys . ami wiiuama win Neal's trial commences at Oration tions for a meeting at Dirtford, four miles we louna all well. Udr rooms are very th,, ttmr lime ....!.. tilarv..,r Hoht U,w rm . r. ..I fan ' - "-. - " .T. Mchr, Vo A .. . Iltldwu jj Iiln A.K. v. his district a chance at his seat in Con- m., I,l.. .... . ii'.iaiai.iiK ia ...l. ivm ,iit, y. He is there unattended by the from the Heath. Tea at Capt. Dennis', small, but comfortable. Bro. Manning sent t)rrn HlTfranaOooiM. Criwk ltloiu land ateut j f.nfl.. I ,! gtm and already a number of candidates TkTt'uwni, Or".' "i1 where we met dear Mr. and Mrs. Board-ma- ua a capacious box of vegetable and fruits lao AerrN of uud ll.nUred land mdjol..!,..: ch,ir" ?? .. lhcilo,tt,el.rmlnlna huhilaleol tulltra-- ' re spoken of; Col. W. C. P. Breckinridge roilitarr and there is no excitement what'""! Jwi H .. iriui..?,,' fcur champions of Jesus our Healer (Jtho-va- and our ever thoughtful John Tod followed lion, th two ..! amtrvire the whol. of what la ",',.. am,,1" ) is aa avowed candidate, W. C. Owens' labors ever, for the people are satis6ed if he is known a thr Addioa H'lilume farm and a)ut 10 IiopM), and just now fighting the "good us with a package of groceries by "parcel ' Acra of lollom lanj a.uuiunal ia behalf of Blackburn are said to have convicted that the sentence will be execu- 6gbt of faith" against an unbelieving world post;" so U. A. iKllirT.MaaUrCMnr in housekeeping I 2IM that we are set-u4ea induced by his desire to get him out ted. and "unbelieving believers" in the Church. iruranbr. At 3:30 I. M. bible reading in & ief liia way, Speaker Off utt has designs on Jamts A. (Irinntaad, of the late bank- Blessed veteranil What a joy to know the Congregational chapel, where Brc. H7-' Cf ntlfrtrrl the eeat,wbile others too numerous to men- ing firm of Grinrtead & Bradley, it Lex- them and what an honor to enjjy WOlWgB. eiHaie CrtllflCfP ISHVUAXCEl their wood holds forth. About 25 present only, W tion are anxious to enter the ring. ington, Ky , has made an alignment. friendship and conGdeocd The missionary but a very sweet little meeting. Atnlht,! r ix-Seven'First-Olos- s Companies. TnaE detestable individuals who mV His asset are $60,000, and liabilities sisters Sisaon were with them. One dear at the Primitive Methodl-- t chapel on quite about $100,000. boy made a decision after the services were the o. her side of the town, we hal an ex-- ( it their business to waft the ensanguined .. The new redistricting bill has become over, his conscience so smiting him that he celletit tuin-oui- , underwear to the bretze, will please read with a nnmbrr of confess-- With a Full UOrpS Of TeaCiierS, . I . , J. M, fc,L..i thk which we clip from a republican pa a law in Ohio, and the republicans are tarried near the door and sent for me from ions oi ine uear it mWw,.,w. ...,M. iiinr. Jonn loil, down 7bt Ibitllullob will ua Thirontb tiloo howling because it will reduce their the vestry and would not go home until he from tbe city to see how we tte getting on per acd see if they can howl when the en tot i Monday in Mpwmir neii. in the next Congress by perhais had repairel his mistake. toot is on the other leg: Jt is in evidence but (.bilged ro leave before tbe service clew I ALL THK BHANQItH OP A Friday Jan. 11. A beautiful day and ed to catch his train home. before the committee investigating the ex- & half dozen members. the MTANKORn. KY. Joe Blackburn is a cornpmionab'e a beautiful night, with unwonted sunlight girls slept at Bro. Haywood's and we a 11 I. penditures of the Department of Justic J . P. WALTON, - . TH0R0UCHENCLISHC0UR3E Proprietor. that Paul Strobridge, desiring to go to Con- likeable man. He probably received mote and moonlight. We. had actually to ex found a place In Dartford. gress, received the appointment of Deputy slushy, sentimental, idiotic rot over the clude the dazzling rays of ihe morning sun Art taught, aa 4I aa Wednesday Jan. 10 A heavy fog-q- uite . fclie of Kljbt Marshal In Alabsma, and by the aid of wires in the shape of congratulations than at breakfast, to our wondering astonishLondon like enveloping everything MUBIC. THE LANOUAOEH, DHAW. ery f.r.nt7, ImIuSib. ,Viler.. . any other Senator elect that ever lived. ment. For weeks "neither sun, moon nor auiitanta arrested a large number of perINO AND PAINTINO. this morning. After breakfast Dro. Hay ..... ..f L!. that fees might be optaioed to con- - God bless our noble Senator. "What'll stars have appeared" in thi dear, old, din tf ...... I M.ll.J sons 11. X. Jrt, All o duct the Congressional campaign. Msny you all drink boy?" Commercial. cy capital of the planet, until it teetned as daughter and the girls and I joined them arrested without cause suffered greatly in if they had "gone out of town" altogether fora stroll He made about four mile ol la Tuition. pnca rani, frtm in to JM in tb 1'riuiarj. J.', louruedlat health and property, and some of thtm GEO. 0. BARNES in ENGLAND' and for good "How plea.antit is for the it In all. !!,. II. w,,. , $M. rreparatoiT, 1 10 and CV.K-Utdied in cons quence of the exposure. lwhold the sun,1' even when they I wanted; perfectly pouted on everything of eyes to , ... .,iin nviBaaisn A. 1 I. IL .. .ft.fc.jm- - . l m .. ,,. l.lF I..I...I. rt...n.Ad.i THE INfiRI0lTJ0URNAL interest about Ihe city and could Lll it all Smiley two young rYV.:i, &St? .ST,.,... J.V. and Kent Villas, Bexley Heath, ) night a letter from a lady who thought I mot almirably. e went over to Wll- 'tanford. Lincoln Co.. Ky. of Garrard county, went 10 FOR 53.BO. Jan. U.'I, 1SSL " " w s making the way of salvation too easy miogton, the neighboring village, in'iivct-" "" Mexico and participated in the war. Dear Interior : ' for poor sinner, furnihed the introduction ing its venerable parish church and return-"Without scrip or pane, or, Thf MtMUii, After their return they settled at or near ' An unwonted break of two weeks in II, rnra. Tbe IlliiMr hnin, The ed by. tbe great Dartford powder mills.with of thestroion on Tit in 2.11,12,13 lonwraled Uf, the of ItaMlmt TboaJai. Indianapolis. Jim finally turned up in our correspondence hm been caused by in andallook of Its IMhlle llterwre.." CVurr Kentucky as an exteniive dealer in staves cessant work anu l nave to go over two LOKD gate me grace lo make it still their 3G separate house for tilling curt. nJ elolb wilh' itf 7J""?1 we had a glorious ingathering of ridge and great factories for t manipulating I f ,r- n Kr!.?.-?".r'-a and limber, and is reported as doing a fine very irfleresiing meetings in order to bring taier and ..K,.,.p 'U'lttVIlT Ulf ) .X1M. ttww t " willing soul. Bruise the LOKD1 kI It and icec to tun it n atylr, fit' "the aliihrtl City,' the diabolical extloelve connected with ln business. His brother who remained in up my record of current events. Perhaps Un the Irvntu.U 3 aiuntlcti to trawltnt mlfiu oin- - In dy la,r- -i ..'iimiilll. ftart rr-Sat'dayJan 12 The girls and Willie the bjiinetr; a!l of which I wa thorough .i..r.iltnti i will Hn.l .nl.i.Hi.l nrnnl. ,,. ..i... ,, . 1.1 (rari-lrtIndiana, eurpecting thai his get.ius had not tbe beat way will be to copy from my diary, "''" hl,..'iri.. ki went to the city to get a photograph of ly glad to leave in the rear. An .1;.., fiI fr thrdiMla; 'libf.r ;abdaaid anniuio4atlii , ni mad llUV,.f "J , nil tcope as a sheer of horses, borrowed which will give a Utile variety, also, to ,0 f,,u. Krui,uiy .III I. In liibl George promised for long. They met u deeper and more pathetic interest w ,,e .eemW.... .i,f ."S u." from Dan Voorhee, read under his this voluminous memorial. J,"l'L r'"h- J.M' ?Vl'f books ". .' at the Finsbury I'ark station and we ell spot where, in IilooJy Mary's reign, three turnouts' This win not UterHre iih my ma.- -t nature il "th" direction and with his assistance obtained K,,olut IZ17.'.'' 'f. Tuesdat, Jan. 8. Cloudy and raining went up to Barret together. The bible ol Ihe "noble army of martyrs" were burn lor In Th. IWnse to practice law. Afterwards be be- atintervtls. Finished a Furniture and Undertaken Trade, Ilk the flrtt timelK'-l- Hit.. lv.t blslorv.all. h iakifii V'"'.,,r.r . . !lr letter to the In reading was at Bro. Newth's, who has no ed to ashes for their fk'elity thr "1""" ancuibriilanil all he lliidlral luusirea Ifarierth lo their Mas came a partner of his patron and is now a Aa 1 (bail v Iidih- - to np a t ill line if the -t terior Journal tht I trust may help bly helped us in the work from the beginthriving member of the firm. some "wearf, heavy-laden- " ' ones across the ning. The drawing room was jammed an') ii wiu inly. A monument to their memory nemiiiRiny itr.c iu J. u. MTKI'ilKXS, lZu,tn3Vf?t0,uTt?,y''t-.l',t- ' usbt-rcarof the Vermont Senators has intro- great waters, though I doubt not it will ex- - we had a blessed time, all seeming to recogOne 21i'," K, een erected in the old p.,i-- h duced a bill to appropriate $1,000,000 for asperate others. On my way home in the nize the precious truth. The Woods out yard, which crowns the higheat. mi- railway carriage, had a very interesting en mane from the Orange.rein forced by Bro l be purchase of a site and the commencein the place. Indeed, DartforS lies JJf?,""' ,JVl,I"L() " "rterH together fur . " "' ment of the work of a Congrersional li- conversation with Miss SUson, returning James, from the Ketreat. A delightful boltomofasaucerand the penili.r HIT? JJ TT . brary, to coH perhaps $10,0000,000 before to her misson work in India, She went service at the hall, with several confession nforil, Ky. it ia through. Senator Beck who is al- - out under Dr. Cullla' auspices and has ben Vernon met us at 102Shacklewell and spent yard has been pithily set forth by some wit I tried to show the night with us his last chance before in the DANVILLE- "ways opposed to any useless and uncalled to America for a brief rest. 'enterics, "In Dartford they bury the for appropriation, is of course against this her how uncriptural were the testa univer- 'going bicK to uxioru. vrc nau a granu living and raNe the dead." The town get echeme to raid upon tbe treasury and ia sally laid upon the poor Hindoos, befoie al- good time and did not retire early. His its name from being built around the old E. H. BURNSIDE, putting In Lis best work to prevent its lowing them to indulge the hope that they growth in the divine life is something won- ford of the pretty river Dirt, on the bank Woll - Known were saved. For example, requiring them derful. passage. of which, at the crossing still stands the This Old Hotol Still Maintains to make a confession which involved inevA dellghtfnl continu13 Sumuy Jan old pari-tchurch, with heavy Norman is stated by Cincinnati paper', that High itably theJoss of everything of earth that ance of the pleasant weather. We have tower and arrowslits in its massive walls; three steamboats loaded with "supplies for they held dear; or demanding -- AN of tbe sufferers at Wheeling, arriving at diffe- coming to Jeans, more than ninety-nin- e them, in had no winter yet. I have not even seen half church, half foitrers, according to the Manufaclurera of even frozen ground in London, though manner of church-buildinin those war- Its Proprietor ii Determined that rent times, were fired upon by a large body of Eaglish and American chris slight it Shall be Second to no Country Doorn, Small, HUml, M'lndow of the citizens and prevented from ap- tians ever do, after many years of christian we heard tbey had a Scotland.stiffening of like times. It is in fine preservation and But rem s repair, having btei restored carefully at Hotel in the State in its Fare, aoil while we were in proaching the ton. The reason alleged profession. Yet, Incredible Appointments, or Attenai the state- - are blooming in the open air now and the considerable izpenre, but with thrte q lai- and IJoor FrauivH, Mold- ia tbe danger tnai wouia accrue to the ment may be, the heathen are not allowed tion to Comfort of on the tern of it a genuine relic of six or seven cenyellow jasimines are in full flower flooded buildings from the agitation of the a gleam of hope, their GueiU. unless in taking life, they walls'. turies in age. Bible readings at Uro. 's waters by the paddle waves of the boats. Iiirh, Scroll Saw perform the work of the moat advanced Vernon left us at Finsbury Park, as he little gem of a chapel; many made Ilaigaire will he eonveyed to aad from the d Chas. W. Metcalf has bought out his stage of christian experience. She teemed had his Sunday service at Highgate. He tho eterntl decision for God and heaven. free of rharrt. hperial arrommodatUaa Work, Turn- to Commrrrlanratelrrs. 7h liar will partner in tbe 2sicholitville Journul, pur- impressed by this view of it. and told me goes to the University on Friday. Janle Hut I must condense and cloie thii. Iaja sapMled Tilth the eholreat of (he same town and that her heart had often longed to believe comes back Tbunday from the seaside, traida of Llqaois aad Cliara. chased the Courier The meeting at Dartford lasted just one Ing Latlio Work, eonolo dated them under tbe name of the that the inmatei of the Zenanas she bad vis- where she hs been for a week. So eanh week, the Interest steadily deepening, until Josrnal-CcwicIt is a good move on his ited were sived, because they seemed so comes and goes. Only our dear Jesus comes at the closing service the largest church in Floorhifr, CclIlutT.1Ven.lli- part. The town can not support two pa- glad to receive the good new she brought and stays. Tbe closing day in Birnet very town was too small for the congregation. $1.25. Twice a Week. $1.25. 3 o'clock we had a deand will give a good sup- them; and yet she had never dared lo memorable. At pers, but it ought Hundreds here, as at Iiarnet, confessed tbe The Beit. Newsiest and Cheapest erlioarcllii?, IlrcMetctl the hope, because they had never lightful meeting with the children and a sheet. port to one Savior and far beyond our utmost expectaNewspaper in the South submitted to the orthodox test of baptism clean sweep of the dear lambs for our gen tions the blessed word had "free count" And olber We are glad to know that the charge of and a public confession. I besought her to tie Shepherd; 150 of them enthusiastically and was "glorified." We held services in crookedness on the part of Mr. C. Jay examine the scriptural Semi-Week- ly place occupied by put their young hearts in Ilia keeping "as six different places and the four dissenting Frenoh, Supt. of the Ittllway Mail Service, baptism and confession, as connected with bett they could," Tea again at Capt. Denministers most heartily opened their church have been shown before a commission at "believing" with the heart, or will, "unto nis'. Another dear family circle that opera Ereryliody slicu d It, doors. The consequence was. an uninter- newauaya in aaiance take the It elre tho LftI&dianapolia to be groundlee. We have righteou-ness,- " bl veekAlao Dealeri In and then be a messenger of to take us in with love's ardor for the lake rupted blessing, as at Bexley Heath, and a ilea ana luriesa money It Is PEMOCItATir. hut had several communications with Mr. the LORD'S tender at tha same tltnu INDEPENDENT in tolilka. It mercy to tbe poor crea. of the work. We thank the dear LORD, work that will not stop, but like that, go on contains lh Ust new. luminurji lha best reading French and have fourd him at ail time o lures, shut up by no fault of their own. for giving them to ns. In his library I had in increasing matter; tbe heat tdltorlala and the lest market power. be meet obliging and prompt official lor ouly SI, us per year. from contact with their, kind in the out- the pleasure of exarainiog to day two very We came over to Bexley Monday and Those who would fain govern the weath- side world. When I think of these things, rare and costly editions of the scr!p'ture in, are the Bond for Speoimon Copies. guects of ourdear friends, the L'm-merer are in sad perplexity in the river towns. I long to be in India again to proclaim a bi.utirul preservation. ThV'Bishopa'BI. Call on us or write tor rrlcea We kiwn a Utib. of Kent Villas, holding two services Emy farmer, titij ran chant, eiery trader must hare It. Subscribe at onee. Continued warm, wet weather secures star- very different gospel from what I preached b!e," in "black letter" type, printed in 1039 atock and will do our best to tilcaso yon in yrli here Monday and two at Erith, four mile Ileuetnber, you gtt 104 jaira and doule Ihe uu quuuy 01 material. vation; but extreme cold, while it may SO yearn ago. and the "Breechea Bible," of about Ihe away, yesterday and last night. readlnc matter Rlienby an crdlnary weekly, Icr J I, aft aLd it centra lo yon twlra a cause tbe water to subside, will create a To night the audience was rather thin, same antiquity, named thus from "aprona" two more in Bexley Heath and then back week, Hand tbe nibnry to our agent in MIA.VVlX.Ltl I'ltAAIXfl MILL CO necewity for coal, which cannot be met. but we had a blessed meeting. I think the in Gen. 3:7, being translated by tne homii-e- r to lndon your tounty. or remit direct w us. All if the LORD A?od,? rUE UUIfeVIU.E prominent men of tbe "Lyonidowo Hall" packed, wilt will. Ever in Jesus, perhaps, let the wealbu alone. Geo. O. Bahnes fetter! word. At night, tbe bouse I21&.tj LouliTllJe, Ky. DiDTilJe, Ey, i5tmi-82tahl- i! $ntcrioronriral It whs our mifnrtuneagain to see the raging Ohio flooding the streets of Ciuclnnatl, Covington and Newport. List rear we were there when, it reached its highest, GC feet 4 inches. This time we saw it just three feet lower and took a skiff to the suspension bridge at second street instead of at Pearl, as last February, I'rofitting by experience the merchants in the inundated districts removed the most of their goods as sjon as the waters bgan to get outside the river banks and their loss will not be half as large as last jear, though very large as it is. In Newport over 1.500 houses are under water and the destitution among the poorer classes it very great. Lawrenceburg, Ind., has suffered worse than any of the towns, being entirely sub merged. The loss has so far reached $100,- 000 there. At Louisvillo, the dyke at the cut-obroke and flooded hundreds of hou1-o- s, creating great distress among the poor. The river was still rising yesterday and at 3 o'clock: A. M wss 05 feet 0 inches,or within S inches of the highest point of last year, which was the highest ever known. The prospect is that it will go to 70 feet, as it it still rising from Cincinnati to Pitts-burff p. mark-Inrst- I For Sale Privately tilue-grue or 1 AT eon-dlll- 1 a x-- ll ENTERPRISE Grocery. down-hearte- par-Ile- a- e IuiiciiNter, Kentucky, GEO. D. BURDETT OO., e, dit. two-thlt- latJ Lttcy well-fille- tf sive Additions u WmmMtuM'R ' s, tt lori-qul- f--u inrt aa t.i. tr (r SALE s, I y ll.-xle- hnlf-hoix- -, Prior. I Offirat-riaiaOrt-r- Sitr a- -d .,,, 1 "W"aters 1. If. Hulriwiii Co., Gc. ''"'". ,,T to-da- ' h.i. n, 1.,"!' h "" ," "! .'IW-fa- ""; -- p Fire.Lightning Tornado I lTii.iiimi on 3LO-W2SS- reprc-aintati- on fr.i ... 1 If-'-- EATES1 Mini's ., I To-nig- OPERA HOUSE, Magr-JoiM- ,.. ;. r.i m,. MODERATE., c, i'ltick'N - k.E?,-L- ll.I" .... i.iii,. :l"!'H"wl'll"t; , , Life of Geo. 0. Barnes 11. "c? STJK1ICJE'S IIOIKE nrtt-Lla- il ylWulu. ul.Tluii. . ,' - I " '"' ?!. .l. itrd wwwm.m ww. l!VV..Vr.:hlT " 1 "" -- ... - JWnp MY 0 r,-p- HtVV -- l!rV,r M 1 I a ' STANFORD. KY. Propr and its Reputation, PLANING MILL COMPANY It Hay-wood- r. I.iunltr, The Post. Building Material Farming Lumber! e, To-nU- Smi-JBcehl- ii Jntmor Journal poor-hous- Hex Pitman died in the Boyle county lat wiek. e RELIGIOUS. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Stanford, Ky., February 12, 1884 bananas, A Nice new candle, orange, Ac , at T. K. Walton'. lemon, LOCAL NOTICES. Buy Foil freah Kood and low price we defy Nice took of birthday out) at Penny A competition on canned good. Melcalf A McAllater'. Jo. Haas Hog Cholera Cure. Penny Owley. A McAllrter ole amenta. New Hamburg edging, plaid Nanrooka, IlrtANb new Mock of e? cry ibing In tlie jewelry lineal Penny A McAllaler', IhiIU linen" and lace curtain opened at Watches, Clock and Jewelry repaired Kobt. 8. LytleV Paints of Penny house and lot for rale or rent in Stanford, Ky. Apply to Mrt C. A Griper. nice A McAllater. T and warranted by Penny A Tut: largest and most cotnpletv line of Fok cough, cold, Ac, use Compound Syrup White Pine. Put up in 2c and 50c canned good' in town and always at bottom Trial aire 10c. Mcltobert A figure at Bricht A Curran'. bottle. - Comfohtaiilk residence with three PERSONAL ace of land attached, in Stanford, for talc ll McAllaler. MlMIH KlTTIE AMI Y.UtL flatting in Itoyle county. Rrv. J. M. lliu'CK ha gone to retatlfe near Sedalia, Mo. Mks Lixzii: of Kotrr are or rent. Apply to J. Bricht. tiil lhei;iirrt Dillon, of Lancaster, i Mr. M G. Xetlu. Miss Pantiika McKinnkv ban gone to itit Mr. Wo, Iloyaton in Garrard Jok Anderson, late barber at William burg, wan hot and killed on Sunday eren-in- g at Jelllco by oroe man.natne unknown, with whom be had an altercation on the atatlon platform t t T Mk. Smith Hauuiiman i confined to hi bed with inflamtnatorr rheumatism. Miw. Coi A1.I.KN, of Farmdale, haa been viiltlng her daughter at tbe College. MiiwLt-'CBuiiton h returned from a week' vlsll to friend, in the Wert End. -- Mn JammChow, ne of our oldral and worthiest citizen,! In a precariou condition. Mich Kate Blain and Sallie Haw. to flail Mr. kin hare cone to Knux-ill- e Bettie Hall. While riding on hi farm a few daj ago, Mr. S II. Baughruan' borne began to mire and in the effort to regain hime!f, threw Mr. B oil and hi feet Incoming en tangled in tbe stirrup", he wa badly hurt in one of hi kr.ee and other wine. j The Presbyterian Mission Ibard wants $400,000 raised by May 1, to close the year out of debt, r Marshall Reid, a yoniii Reform of Pulaski county, died last week in Smithton, Mo , of small-pox- . Hi likely that Rev. II. A. Tupper will be called to tbe pastorate ot the Broadway Baptist church, Louisville. After a long break in the contributions to the Barnea Tent Fund, the monotony wa relieved last week by tl.c reception of $3 from a lady of Wincheatei making the amount received todale S71. The great revival In Grace M. E. Church, Newport, closed last week. The conversion and ramification number upward of one hundred and sixty. A large proportion of those blessed united with the church. The statistic for 18S1 give the following general division of faith in part of the United States: Roman Catholic, 4,000,000 communicant and 7 421 c 'lurches; Methodist, 4,101,061 members, 5:5,812 churcher; Baptist, .1,380,e9G member 38,174 churchmin-late13,-o9- Five firemsn were killed and eleven wounded In a fire in Allentown, Pa. In an angagement near Sontay the French routed a force of rebel and killed from four to five hundred of them, There were 2 200 killed in the rout of Baker Pasha near Tokar. Ninety-i- x of the killed were officer. Biker Pasha ha 3,600 men left of whom are unarmed. Chicago is moving for the construction of a hall within the Exposition building of eight thousand reating capacity, In which to hold a cram! opera festival in one-third BRIGHT -- & CURRAN, TT WHOLESALE A ItETAIL- - 1885. L,, ,,, er. AN editor should m 1 ,eBMlion .float. For the firt lime in a month we trot hold of one thi week, but yieldid to the entrealie of thone con- co.j hle a heart of Meel, otl. cf IlUbli,hinc cerned and Mijiprmed the agraph imaginable. racist little par- No mail agent on l he train again last Friday. There wa a slide and a transfer and a the mail agent have to run through D11. J. G. Caipenter ha a new boy at hi from Louioville to Knoxville there wa no houre. grnt to return with the train. The cfli-cishould arrange it o the agtn!' tritH The Kink will oloe next Krido night for a season. are the rame a the conductor'. It i all oter town now, err decidedly. Hakiiih A Mi'iU'HY have lor ale the What? Mud! beat jeaH in the world, with direction for it. We also keep fresh bread, cakes, WH) bushels of Irish n'aUf Wanteh. home-mad(audies and all kind of fruit Bright A Curran. and confectioneries bakWe do our TlllliTEEN pounds of good New Orleans ing and will wll G 1 lb. loW bread for Vk to regular customer We do not think ugr for $1 at T. R. t Walton'. --our bread can l beaten anywhere. Call of agricultural Come nd see our di;l and we for yourself implement when in town. Bright A Curm We hate neyer since going into businiM ran. Ir jou want to e omething nioi and Leard of so many complaint n bo tit the Cun-ditpretty in fancy candiejul Hep in at T CreleniM of mall agent. Mr. S.G Somerset, writes u that he get K. Walton'. hi p.er vtry irregularly. Mr. T. II. Tilt Somerset Jlrpubtiean h thi item: Smith, at Clarkavllle, Tcnn , says he bad Born, on the6ih Iniit, to the wife of W. bad but three ropie thi year. Mr. R K. C. Owens, a boy. Weight 12 pound. The Hall, Levee, Ky , ay he oftener fail to mother wa formerly Mi Hick gtt it than it rtache him, and so on almost m C. IttirLKY la beginning to r.csive hi without end. We believe that the whole II. Spring itock of oitlrg, of which ha will fault lie in tbe incompetence of tbe men t(.ck thn eer. employed, who get ositlons, not on achave a larger and be'tt-count of merit and fitne, but because they make a election. Call early and have done tome puty work, the dirtier per-hsThe firm of Bruce, Warreq A Co. ha the belter. We will hail with delight diolrtd, Mr. A A Warren baring bought the accession o( tbe democracy to power, if out the grocery department and MtMr. for no other reason than to these worth-le- s erampo pot back on their on limited Go. H Bruce A Co, the clothing. Good luck to both firm. resource. New caodie at Mmcalf m locl httTrs A Owley'. e on -- - -- r Mr. Mix, of Steamboat Rock, Iowa, standing over the oprn grave of her husband said they might a well be buried to getherand shot herself. It ia hardly possible for her to recover. Rev. J. W. Asbury, colored, late republican candidate for State Superintendent of Education, La accepted a rilace a government store-keepand some of hi brethren are displeased. Walron, who wa convicted in Ohio the Legislature and sent 7 for "lobbying" es; Presbyterian, 1,198,650 member, churcher; Congregaiionalist, 397,040 to the penitentiary for two years, waa offered a pardon by Gov, Hoadly if he member, 4,010 churches. Tom Harrison, misnamed the "boy would leave the State never to return, but preacher" i getting f 100 a week for preach- he refused, saying he would accept no paring 13 week in St. Louis. When asked don with a sincle condition whatever. by those who had employed him to make IVe Gme the Statement. some ten minute speeches in another part Fr.n 9th. 1884 of town, he refused unles hi wage were Mn. W. P. Walton. increased. Harrison has on several time Dear Sin: i. see a been shown up a a byjwcrite and fraud statement in your your papor of last week and it in strange that people will tlock to that wa said i run againest a Buggy hear maniacal raving. But all the fool wheel and Broke it a purpo Wich ia net are not dead neither are they shut up in true there i no reson in it it wa done acinstitution for the feeble minded. cidental i want you to right it in your While in Cincinnati last week we next papor Or eive this statement yours visited the "Beulah Unci Faith Rest," Jonathan Owsley. which was established some six months ago by Mis Willie J. Lilian!, as a lest for M:w ADTLKTiSEUKKTK. those who could trust the Lord to heal their bodily disease. It ia situated on HOX. A. O. TALDOTT Park avenue in Walnut Hill and i a It Candidal for ConjrsM In this dlitrlct, lub-Je- il haud'ome two story house, built in the lo the action cf tlie democracy. centre cf a lawn, ituddtd with shade trees. The room, some eight in number, are all neatly furnished and an air of s and brightness pervade them. "The Rest" -- ROOM wa founded in. anwer to the prayer and DESIRABLE STORE faith of Mis Lillard, who is one of the l Oder thefct. Anfh Hotel, now wcuj'L-- byB. most charming ladie a well as apparently K. Wearen. Cfcll on tr addreea 11 n.iraiutAX, the most lovely of Christian. With no Or .!. V. 1'OHT.nA!. money of her own, she was enabled, she told us, by "simply trusting" to find men ! willing to give their mtney to such an enterprise and the prayer of faith contint. Taken upuaitrar tijr Klchard Etaoi, of enuMT.llTitK 21, UjllesSoulhwe-- t of Stanford, ues to be answered with fund to keep it up. There have bttn a number of very A Red Steer, 0 or 10 YenrH Old, remarkable cures, we were informed, since Appniltedat !I5. Gleen under inr handaia of tlie Peace for uld county, this 4th dy it opening and hundreds have embraced V. VOHTSt.lN, 3. V. of January, 14. the opportunity afforded to Kuril how to A ropy Attest J. ClaIN, Clerk L. O. C. "trust Him" for the restoration of health. Mis Lillard wa l.enelf the subject of a ! remarkable cure at the Pink Cottage and from that hour she determined to devote her life to the service of the Lord. Mis Mauled ir..n. to tle (h.trgeof ToUcpo and Seed Sallie Harrison, formerly of this place and Ktrui Murl te cf od t hrctrr sod furnlib lint c) Ncce others need apply. reference. a niece of Rev. Geo O. Barnes, preside A. II . AldrM B01 1?, Sianfoid, Kjr . houee-Uepe- r gracefully a ;;.jt at the "Rest" and is thoioughlr devoted to the work, cor-ined aROCER s -- AND DEALERS IN- - Harware, Queensware, Stoves & Tinware, A Full Line of Buggies, Wagons, Farming Implements and Grass Seeds, Walter A. Wood Harvesting Machines, &c, For Rent! t:tir Constantly Kept on Hand at Bed Rock Prices. Our Motto is "lower than the Lowest, )S Aud wo will Guarantee (o Save you Money If you will come und get our prices. STRAYSTEER .. Lln-col- Jti-il- WANTB ID TENANT! IrigM tanu Cburur Jwrnul contained n The itTorl to raise sufficient stock for LAND, STOCK AND CROP. Sam M Burdett to the Building Asiociation is meeting with flattering fall on V.igt are selling at 75 cents iu Cincin- BE IT ORDA1NKD- HV THE CITY COUNCIL )lin thi gratifying nieces, Dearly 300 hnre of TKHUD. become a condidate for Congrr. 1 nati, during the flood for That lit.n'cml It rlia.l lie . unlawful HIT any peraon to 100 being already subscribed. That the district signed br ome 60 leading demoone wine Id 1110 in old, Liw.n thun fifyinr Thoroughbred red bull, cund of vnii powder. niori' mutter may U terfectly understood we ex for crat of Hockcaatle 'ji ri hit inr rwrfon reiiTieieu 01 a viuiauuii u lxn sle. Apply to V. K. Anion. few item Irom the proposed char OrJirmnce thill '? f.nel not ht than flee dol- Siieiimt Mnsrrrr arreted Johh (in tract a A. M. Feland old to Leri Hubble one Ibli nor mure than twenty ate dollars lor eacn r ler. '1 he object, a before stated, i to g ter yeierdy for obtaining tuuoey under colt by On Time out oi Fancy otSetiee Thit on'.iuarce ua'l taVeelT ct from Ha pa- -, ad. owner of share of sttck to aggregate from Mr Wheeler and a false pretense for ho and a horto mule colt for $05 JXO. J. JIcHUItKltTM, Ctty Clerk. Ul-- l tl.elr weekly swing into a common fund negro, Lewi Lynn, lor carrying concealed It. H. Crow sold to Levi Hubble, two and to loan the same at interest; to enable The former will be tried towepon "On Time" coll for S2o0. Aleo a pair of it shareholder to obtain Itan of money morrow and the negro tarrie in j til aged mules to Frank (.Sentry for $315 and JB upjn mdrlgige without being required to to A, E. Lcgan a lot of fhoat at 4J cent ALL reraon indebted to the eatate of M. giveperscntl security and to enable the MeUINNKY, KY. J. Harri, deed., who do r.ot '"tie by tbe Association to erect for ft shareholders per hundred, of Michigan are turning Ua The farmer in; n e nt-- with tne In builneii at McKll- Iftlh daT of next March will have to pay conifjtt.l I and healthful home and to nej, ivy.. to refciru of couniy fair the coat of a la Miit. I need thu motey (eriuit them to pa for tne in weekly in- their attention racing A. tte arid I am llifd stallment On a share of $100 a weekly They deign shearing til the bone drinks to pJ debt of thi feature and banishing intoiicaling I i The tutinen will bnrekfer l c nductet In tbe notice of dunnini: you. Thii the P'ymenttf only 25 cent will le required berond name n ' '. M. WAKE A Co. I rureby return my their limit. intend to give any one. M. J. Htrri and the stock will be exempt from execumint Krjtelul thanks t tho cltU in of the entire Tbe mild moist wiathir i causing the cutniDUDlty tor the ery literal minner in whleh " Adtnr, tion except to fortclrse a mortgage given to d me Mr trade hating wheat crop to wear a promising appear tbi'T bT puronii the uutll now, I Inert Kd from . The money of the Associae Nrwi.ASn did wit have 1 much the company baTejuu retaon to frel proud, and with Jons ance. Oral, too, is lerpordirg to the (a of Mr ttephcoti, who l a practical mertion i to be invented in lnn i ecu red by trouble in making hi calling and election Thcpe who depend chant, and thelarire Increase olstock which Is now Torable temperature. arriving dillr,fmtirclnc eerry thing the trade Joe HUokb'irn did The City mortgage up.n real estate situated in Lin- ed on their cane thiclei for winter brow ure dem.indi, and the rock Int'nm price being put rlrcted him marshal coln connty and no loans are to be made ing have been diiaptxdnltd. inr and Council unanimous' The freeze upon them which ala- if the firm totbo lull de- l RleeKener-aoutaide cl the AoUiion. When a much termination o' the on the firiit ballul, hardly giving hii cim tUn-- i myrelf that our trade duatlefaction, I wa too eerere for this pestiferous indigenaa$300fB on hind it shall be offered at pub-- I ring the present jea lll double Ilia- ol any formitllt- r. Mr. Pendleton, a cnnddeM'io'i ous. er one. Agiln thin."'g my frtena amt tbe pub0 auction mi d the one offering the greatand flic r nd llif liberal a bo-lic In John A. M. Feland receired a draft yester- askinggeneral lor tlii "ere same patronage, firm, a contlnnatice 'he est premium shall have it at 0 per cent, ti ih i' Kan-sa'. .11. ItMi-- ' Kansa Centre, I am. eery repeclfull) j i kihI pr-iinterest provided the Board shall soadecide day from J. A. Lowe, 1' S. All persons kooln u.tmwltes Indebtid 10 hed of thoroughbred for $1 i In a good fix finan- The profit cf the concern shall be asceraccount, will please come WAYNEcotinty to me, either by note r including Bracelet Puke and four forward at once and settle, as my old business cially a any county in the Bute The af- tained at the end of each half year and bull, must be closed up Immediately. All notes aud accows, Mr. Feland is a fine stockraier, counts not reliled In if) days will be placed In the fair are economically conducted, the ex the amount credited to ecb shareholder K. M. WAKE. thoroughly responsible and handles noth- hands ol an otfuer lor collation, f according to hi number of share. The piie for running them being about ing but tbe bot of stock of all kinds. Thi il of what it cimim thi cjunly. The association will have the right to purchase TraJe M.r. MKKWI.VNNI'ECIFIC, sale was made entirely by correspondence bonded indebtedne i but f 'JiOO and and hold all real estate anl personal propand Mr. Feland guarantee fatiefaciion. The (Jreat English Remedy, there are fund on hand more than aulTi. erty neceary to carry on the object of It AaMVaV that the peach crop of It i they become due. creation Is a potltlee cure for Weak MemoThe affairs are to be managed cient to meet them when ry, boss of llrsln Power, Nerrous will probably prove a The County Jhdae And Attorney set $350 by a Bjard of Director to be elected by the coming Exhaustion, Beinlnal Weakness, Impotency. and Oeneral Loss of each. We get the-- e figure from the lilt of the stockholder. Such association are good one, about Grand Haven, Mich. 1'ower ol the Oeneratlre Organs; locality, nit all fllfttfnina that follntr iju claim furniebeJ by County Clerk I N. working admirably In all of the cities, es- That i a noted Dlfora It king, quence 01 youthful Imprudence or and to a great extent supplier the Chicapecially in Cincinnati, where there are at Sbepperd. the execssot matured fears, aucb Tr.de MrU. go market whith peaches. Thus far, tbe as VnlTcrtal lassitude, rain In the Killeii iiylheCaiis. George W. Idn least 50 of them. For a man deeiring to lowest point indicated by the murcury back--, Dimness of Vision, Premasecure a home of hi own, there ia no way ture Uld Age, aud many otter disgenfelter, formerly of thi county.waa kllltd thi year, was on January 4 and 5, but 4 eases that leid to Intanlty or Consumption. Id all cases ol Female week where he can do so, soearily and profitably a by at the Short Line Junction lat below 0, when it marked 27 at Chicago, Weakness tbe Seclflc acts like a ayn unitng with thi association. cbsrm, restoring loss or ftdlnir vig he was acting n watchman. The 30 at Milwaulee, and 2 at Atlanta, or, giving to the eyo a iirllllant He attempted to board a parsing switch and sparkling beauty, to tbe cheek. MARRIAGES. Georgia. tbe rosy bloooui ofuealtb. AftsrTaklng. engine, but ml Med hi footing and fell unMadison county must beat the world Invitation are out for the marriage of BsTMefwIn'a Specific Is sold by all Druggists at righl leg wa crushed der the wheel. Hi SI per package, or six packages for $5, Also by Mr.W. P. Hradshawand Mir Mattle M, in mule raising. We have repeatedly mail, poetsge Iree, on receiptor price. below the knee and hi left foot wa ground srKuIl pirtlculars In pamphlet, which will be the pretty daughter of Mr. and Mr. II. F. copied thi season from the lUgi'ttr reapplicant. Address all comoff. Amputation was found neceaaary but largo sale of thein and now it mailed free to everysole manufacturer, munications to tbe operation. He Uoode, next Thursday, at 8 r. M. On the port of be died shortly after the .11 Kit WIS, M. I) , Detroit, Mich. H'. it. following night Mr. and Mr. J, M, Cirter come to the front with another batch a Sold in Stanford by Penny A McAllater and all wan (17 year old and lravte a wife and chil200-- 1 yr follows: Burges A Gentry, of Lexington, Druggist everywhere. will give them a reception. dren, dependent upnn him for support. Mr. W. 8. Culbertson, a wealthy hut bought of Wm. Arnold 30 broke mules, AeccmuiNO to iho report of the Slate somewhat ajied cit'zen of New Albany, 15 hand high, veiy fat, at $105 per Killroad Comml"ion, a copy of which ha Ind , and Mrs. Keith Yaiini.', a fair young head. J. B. Day, of Carlisle, bought of fust been received, there are 1,937 mile of widow of Pari Ky , were married Thurs- ThcB Gibson 20 broke mules at $110 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL railroad in the State. Lincoln county ha day by Kev. Ir. Wanton. The bridal Howard Bailey, of Georgetown, bought of Million A Deatberage, 10 broke mule at the Cincinnati Southern, 5 of tour embrace a trip around the world. And the Loulirllle 24 mile of $140. John W. Fox bought of J. F. the Kentucky Central, 22J of the Loot Courier-Journ- al The New York banke have a surplus Wyatt, 14 broke mule at $124 Burgea' yllle & Nashville and about 5 of the Cinonly 83 two pane River A Naabvllle, makjng of $21,000,000. At Ihia time last year the A Gentry bought at J. A J. H. Colllna staOne rear for cinnati, Green for little mere than tbe price ofrone. During the year 79 poo-nl- e aurplua waa $G,WX),000. ble on court day, 10 or 15 broke mule at WSJ mile In all. A book I shortly to appear in which $110 to $175 per head. Mr. R. P. Fox were killed and 323 wounded by rail- By paying ui S3 you will receive for one year l, i the a very vol-- , the author will prevent the proof that left for Atlanta, Ga , latt Wednesday with your borne paper with the The rf port road accident representative newspaper of the South, democratmarried to a car load of good mule. J he same pa ic and for a tar I if for revenue only, and the best, and contain a great deal I Queen Victoria vr timinoua concern brighten and ablest family weekly in the United I T huA 11 DtuB i avamlna laimilii ts A Akin of matter that I Imrdly worth the trouble, John Brown ahortly afier the death of the per ay that the wheat in the couniy J ropy of tbe Courler-Jiurccan do so at thlsofflce. royal conaort. looking very prcmielrg. , and expenie of it publication. Si'NUAY'k CITY OI)INAiCE. U. two-yea- r en-ab- 'e last-rprin- ' WHY NOT Go where only one price is charg ed for goods and that M. Ware & Co., lt MR. J. STEPHENSON, graJ-uil- ly theai-ilitam- THE LOWEST LIVING P 1 a- - v n-i- i Where liberal buyers can get r s, one-hal- to-t- arr-erted zSiS peich-growin- m goods just as cheap as those who "Jew" and a child is given as good bargains as older and better-poste- d persons? That place you will find to be the store of Jl X Grand Combination Weekly Who makes a specialty of retail prices on Groceries, Provisions, C mfectioneries, Hardware, Glassware, Uueensware, Tinware, &C&C, Courier-Journa- Corner Main & Somerset STiysEORD, Sirs., la Ky, Srmt-Mcfhlijjntmoclour- na SUnfonl, Ky., Too Fobruary Late. 12, 1884 counties sua in ma uurt or Appeals Rap! Rap! Rap! siblo. Its cIToctsupon llutnnn Flosh ami I tlm IJruto rvntlon aruouuaUy wondur-- I wind softly fluttered the dewy leaves The tlio number of Kngrarmift In any otlier Amort J. H. FI8U. can Dictionary, A.t of the bushes about the little home; the Itlsanerer.preient and reliable school, And Matter CommlMloner ItnrkcutleCtrealtCourt ruatterto the wholo family. S. & lltrall. MT VtKNON, KY. tars came out in the blue heaven: the Will prsctlre In the KockcMtto Courta Cllec-Ho- n f WARMLY INDORSED BY moon looked down with a pale, calm and 1 a specialty, Olflc la Court-bou(i:) such high authorities as gloomy face upon the little old postmaster, Oeo. llancrofl, Liniment Is nocdoil by somobrxly in ICmerson, ll. Wni. II. I'rrarntt, every homo. Kvory day brings new of Wer-der- 's .lolui O. A5 hlttler, LEE f. BUPPMAN, ri he stood silently waitlrg at Alico .Iiilin I.. Mullet , AV. 1. Howell.. man airmi iraiii r it,r uiouour eJUHGUON subdtiod, of rlisumntto martyrs HTANKORD, KY. f.l,f;,,J ""lee". door. J. O. Ilnlland. II. II. Hinart, or a vnlunolo linrir or ux Offlcs South IJs Main Htiest, two Joort aSovr James T. Fields, Rap! rap! rap! but still no answer came. sarcdTiy tno IicaHntr powor of thU I. r A,,,,m Out. P. Marsh, the Mjert HoUl A m. T. Harris, Kemp P. llattlo. Pars Nitrous Uzldt Uai alintnlsUred whto "Sorely she can not yet be sleeping," the K'"I',,..,"?lonk,rl,'llniC nlAce an I lh old man thought. Jew KJIllon hrtnB It fairly up to JaU -- vrkiox Ttmu, Jim, issi But ah! Alice was sleeping. Heaven had Dlt W B PENNY, The 1'natrMned l now supplied, at a small ad- dltlonal cott, with lKNISO.V.N which speedily cures such QllmcnU of I)UIltte,t. called her those who sleep as she slept tlio HUMAN KLK3H as PATENT REFERENCE INDEX, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. never awake again on earth. This life was Illieamutlam, Htrelllntrt. Stiff a VsluaMu and tlti)e-sitiInrentlon. s Office nter tloht S LrlU'a ttora Otace hour joints, iniiirnctril jtlaiclta, Jlurns owtileMUre. too hard for bcr. Ah, Alice, with your Itnproiement In look matlna; "Tha from 4 lit 13 k m in I toa r Anenttlrttcs ml lliat has preateit lo r.inl aM, Cuts, ItruUrs nml n ins In a hundred ear " ITugo Werner was poor Alice an orphan deadchijdon your breast ah, Alice, NprnliM, I'alioiioii Ultri, ami Li In (lr red men neceir 8. a C. MERRUM A CO.. Pub r, Springfield, Mass. .NIIiiK. Mimim, Old mil compiiatively wealthy. Hugo, after could you hut have hoped a single day Norts.l lrt l'rns nlMaliii. Noro C tast, ami thenr marriage, allowed himself to be longer! e. Indeed etery - form 01 iilcrml 5(S 5I t f It lirnldrivrn into unfortunate speculations and llliout srar. 1 1 r t io Hkitk t'KEATiox It mm "A letter for me?" was the question of everything, but his hopeful little wife 1, htrliiiij-- , MlfT Jnlnti.l &"oumlr Harness Horn. Hoof DU- -I Hugo Werder. only fltid: prases, toot not, Berry tvorni. Mean, Ha! my own "A strange & "Never mind, Hugo, he comforted; we lonotr uorii, Ncrafcnrs, Windntk.1m falls, flpnYlti, Thrualt, lllnluii, through all right. Why, you letter and two locks of light, silken hair! wiltoome tlld Sores, l'oll livll. Klliu imoii Chicago IIusm v vy Kind of I'rliitlni; at the Mslit Ami arery other ailment kniw, we can work." And she kissed him What does this algnlfj?" to 1l1lch tha occupants if the Hugo Werder's.face grew deathly white, happily an she bad done a Malile nml Moclt inrtl are liable. nnd smiled ai i'llj prlt't'H. THE oXi.V LINK UTNNINU Tho Me1lre.11 Mustang Liniment yetc before, when, with joyful countenance and his hand trembled as with palsy, as he alwava cuns nnd nui:r dlsjunoluLu! w. 13, positive.?. and it read this letter, written in th unsteady man r!ietid: "Hugo, I am youis" poverty ia bitter Hiid the seductive hand of the old postmaster: AND SOLtD TIIAINJ Inclosed is returned your letter. It Common Mistakes. crjofgoldlgold." came from the far-of- f LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO OF ALL nharoof Americ from the mines of Cali- came too late they are both dead. May It is a mistake to suppose that all newsheaven forgive you; your neglect lias killed paper men are rich. fornia, and thither Hueo lepaired. ITI Hr.!t Noritr A --NIV.ienen IroMIn the e It is a Ktcry oue said he would defer hjs them. Here ia a lock of your wilt's hair to fail to go out just at It It arrive LovlirllU la tlm to take the creoie,; train of tbe "Monoi yotnig wife and child. All agreed that and one of her child's. They both sleep in the right moment when playing croquet. lloute and to through to r ria It is a to come down to a whoever he might do he was at heart a one grave. Again, may heaven forgive (irecncmtlr, CranfardsTlll, iJtfiijettp -- THE MO-- T DEnlKABLi: ROUTE T- O?03 2AN OP, 23SAST. vilfian. Everybody slid this and every- you. Ah, had your letter come one day boarding house breakfast half an hour late. und Ihlcngo without change. Marriage U a miss-takbody believed it, rave Alice. She alone, sooner, or had Alice hoped for one day and not time takli: ! IV IV C X -- rAllllNw. and trusting, had confi more!" the biggest kind of u miitake. Keawcous-hearUDslly DslTTT It is a mistake to usk a butcher if his Why he Don't Explain, duice in her f husband. And dectdedl7 ths I'opj.sr Route, alrJlur, as 1 Ls Iul.tlif 74lpai litJam U. does, le 11 chantes aa J iuptor Arr lirrrdisMIe Ul a w ' SI pai Alice slowly, despondently turned her meat is tender and expect him tj say "no," So ne eight years ago asilvery-tongueI Crifrdilhe ... . 3 Ms in I Oi p ta upon the poitofSce. But this was chip who claimed to be a fruit tree agent when it isn't. bicfc Uhjetts Ik v Hj jjHKHaT Missouri. Iowa, Xansai, Tezai, tllini iMmn a Ia.i .. INin lliiiu nothing ne; a hundred times hm she turn- swindled the farmers, of this county in a It in amiss take to take amiss any gcod I Tbe North, Northwest and West la hot, If ru jse ta.Hl Jlnxt route, wib Br oai ebange af with the fame ex- - shameful manner, and one resldeut of Nan naturedly raillery which a mUs takes a noed ray from the place ,.,'.. - I tlUb) JV.I IU W, r , Mrs, ti all Ac In M Uhxi.Im, MlnaeMts. lews I1AJU.V I) Ull'.M. plHU 1 Uwtserf rd hj purchasing Toar tletets tIs ebraia, I'ur lurtlier lufermatlen. A.l Irnu pre rion of deep despair on her pile, Ha- kin was so mad about it that he came lo tion to indulge in. I K. C.and llnclnnall. TuUman r a1aobi.su, Ui MUKKAY KELI.E11.U I' A , gsnt New Day loaches, and tundtotneljr furnlih-- I She was so Detroit, eeirched the rascal out and gave rrow (ul face. Poor Alice! It is a mistake to buv copper-toeehocs Loulifllts. Kr ed Reclining Cbalr Cars iorm the un jualed tbli Oil KolUbU, thsrsbj tasking weic and tired. But what mattered thai? him a pounding on the street. After he for healthy children. Copper is too soft a to I a trip orsr FREE-rl';this line on ol luxurton comfort sol ': rj-- r ng it c :u WtVi cared foi hei? got through he told the fellow that he metal for such pit is pleasure. Try It. .r . s, fn t cl'wripJivit aaa It CI'MIM The asiumption that a woman is just as a.l d t r -- i ah J Fl rr . TIME TABLE. IN EFFECT No EMUEll H. UJ would lick him twice as bad if he ever put k ' . writing home?'' asked Richard snt Are tw rrt r IitMiliiattlo in all. Time herein U SO uileutea t.ovtt thin tlm old as she looks is a mistake. Sime frisky CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RY. eye on him again, and it was a threat to heretofdta glrsn Boaimer. maidens of 41 summers look fully 42 be remembered and well nursed. lingo Weroer yawned, wiped his pen and It is a mistake to fancy that an Inter About three weeks ago the Nankin man No IS No i. No. . Botiu. ate.! answered "Yes." met a traveler who so closely resembled view with an editor will be any mire pro ; 1pm 7 I) ani Lts. CoTingtoa .. Koutc 'To yourpreciou little wife, I sup- - the fruit-treFalmouth . 9 11 a ni 4 13 p m swtudler that he halted and ductive of results than a correspondence " Crntblana . 10 i a m 3 IS p m through the mails. cdled out: Arr l'arla. lOMsm 6 OJ p ta Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. It is a mistake to forget to return the II 00 a w 8 00 p in "Here you are again, you Lf. I'arli Iffow often have tou written to that rascal!" II 41 p m 6 SO p ni1 Arr. Lexington you borrowed in the summer Theoaly line runniDf . . . t W p in ..... ,. Lts. l'arla. tiitbCul little one since you have here?" in time to have enough credit left to bor"Yw, I'm here." JO p to Mlltenburg ....... ... sudden question Hugo was startled at this " Carltil cr 3 M PULLMAN NEW 8LEEPIN0 CAE8 "Well, so am I, and I'm going to lick row a snow shovel. p ........ ' 11 p m Arr. Msynllls and oa he bung his head, a crimson blush you until you can't holler. I said I'd do (C s m' 6 CW p m .. Lie. l'.rls. Ill Thin, Wiry Men the Brarest. ciaia iato his fice and he falteringly re- - it, and I always keep my word. Climb " Winchester . 11 31 p w 7 40 p rai ... . 1 M p in S 50 p m II iS p ni " lUchtuond History no doubt gives color to tha idea plied: 4 00 p io " Lancaster MM 3 II p ru .... " am ashamed to acknowledge that this down hue!" that fat men are not; as a rule, brave, 4 40 p u raoM Arr. SUDKird June 3 40 p m- - The stranger "dumb" without BIck lleaUcho and rrileru all tho troubles Inciprotect, Falstaff was alat man, he was a conspicuii the drat time." No, J. No. 1. No. 17. LenUTlllr.ClncluuatlHBdLrx-ltiKleuNoaru. dent to a b.lloUA stato of ,the arslem, such as D.ttnss after rtlng, J.'iu.ia. Drowsln.-osrtrhe first timel" cried his astonished shedding his coat as he struck the ground, ous coward. Major Monsoon, was likewise liy., 10 40 a ml2 M pm In the SldP, Ac. While their most rvmark-abl- a Lre. Htsnfocd June ' Lanrastsr 11 01 a m 1 Mpm coturnoiou. "The first It en I This is and a fight began. In about two minutes corpulent; his gallantry lay in the direc- r.tlnsuccess has Urn shown In caring " KlchiuooJ ,. tiOlB UUpn'lllpn he had used up the farmer and was coolly tion of chickens. sfiiiiieful, inexcusable in you." There have been brave " Winchester 3 03 p Hum 3 SO p lu "WASHINGTON mi 7 M a m . Arr. I'arls confessed it to any on replacing his coat. "F would not have fat men of course; witness Pickwick as "See hen," said the man from Nankin . Conascttn; In same dspot with fast trains lor Lts. Uarnllle.. . S 40 a mill JO p m buC you," answered Werder. "I will tell courageona a gentleman ever faced a ' Carllils..... 7 10 a in lUpn. ' Mlllersburf ' 7 10 a m 2 9 pm' ... yo'( how it came to be so. When I first a he wiped his nose with a burdock, "you widow. The heroes of the world have, Air, l'arla... .,.. 7 M a m 3 50 p m .... cinte here I had so much to do nnd I have fight better than you did eight years ago " however, undoubtedly been wiry men, not all ditordrrs of tha atomach, stimulate the llrrr Lts. Laxtngton 7 00 a m 1 Ml p nl "Well, I dunno. This is my first affair so I put it dislike for niieh a 7 V a m ...... " necessarily scarecrows, but men without an and rtgulate tho bowcla. Brra If tbry only cured Tho Direct Boute to Lynchburg1, DanV oil' Cram day to day, week alter week, until with you." Pirli. ....... 7 SO a m 7. SO p ml unusual or unwieldly proportion of adiville, Norfolk, a a m 1 11 p m Pynthlena.. "Didn't I wollop you In front of the pose tissue. Had the living skeleton, now I was really ashamed towiita without send-" Falmouth 8 S u 4 33 p u... 11 19 a in 10 p ml. Arr. Corlngton . something with the letter, foryou know Detroit pestofiice eight year ago?" being sued by his recently (made bride ' No, sir! I was in Australia up to a year Ache Ihry wonld be almost prlctlres to those who , No. 2fl Lt. Lex J 41 a m, Arr. Maytrllle a 40 a ra All Virginia and North Carolina itfa: das not always the money to pay the been a fat man he would undoubtedly have olTt r t torn this distressing complaint; bat No. 37 Lr. Lex. Hip m, Arr. Msjirlll a 10 p m Point. nzn, introducing Green's August Flower notrnd here, and those No. M Lr. MayiTlile 5 u a m, Arr I 11 m lnter and the butcher" wilted, nnd permitted himself perhaps to Pur tlcksti and lurther Information, apply lo ho onco try tbtra will And tbow little pills tsIo-abl- e No.2S Lt laysTlll 13 33 p ra Arr Lex 3 40 p ni single stroke make and Boacree's German Syrup." "flut did you not at a la so many ways that they will not be willing No 8 Lt. Cot. 3 00 p ni. Art Falmouth 7 00 p in your ties a l ticket office, or addrras be carried off in a clothes basket. Being a 7 39 a m No. a Lt. Falmouth SMim. Arr todonluiocltticm. Hut after all ilck bead "And ynu neyer eaw me before?" $3 030" V J Main, skeleton he ia a man of valor, and no bride I Not 3 and 4 dally bitwi-- n W. K. AIINOMI.r Ittrbmon 1, Lexington "Never!" AjTettliloi; A(t , "Ves, yes, I know it well. I am a very and Corlngton, all otaert daily except Sunday. Ticket sod I'aaa. Alt , of a day shall trifle with his affections. w MnlaNt., LouliTllle.Ky. sio "And was never in Nankin?" wruVih! As you say, I had Sii.000, hut in Anatomically speaking, the skeleton man to "Never!" out light it was all goue again, I intend(Jsn'l Manager, is all grit. He propose to fight it out to Ii that) vis of no many llrea that here la where we (len'l Paas'r Aa't. my success, For tickets, rates and (nf irmstlon pertaining to "Well, I'll be hanged! Come to look at ed sritini: Alice the day after lUchmond, Virginia. maks our great LoasU Our pllla Curu It whilo the bitter end, if he has to pawn his bones others do sot. time connection!, Ac , ill on or ad tree you I cn see that you are not the man! baC that uight I passtd a gambling-housCarlcr'a Llttlo Liver nila are Tcry small and W 11 McaOBERTH. Aoicmt, to pay coti nsel fees. rerycay to take. Onoor two pillsmakoa dose Htan'ird, Ky. I taeoel buck and entered it. I drank, Why on earth didn't you explain, or ask They are strictly visitable and do not grira or I1KOWN, O. W BENDER, r L A Aii ailnlio TAKE TIIE- Mr. Peet, a rather diffident man, was unJ'UrKf, butbythtlr pintlo action p!es lUyed, lost and was again beggared. me to? You must have thought me misPass I'rt. 4aerlnUindnt. tno them. IaMalsatlfSc'tila; nu fortl. Sold l'jTlnj;tin Ky an empty letter taken." himself from being introable to prevent Hbaukl I have written her by drujlita . Lrywhuc, or aent by ruaJ. OEO H MeKINNLY.TrsT I'asi A Fr At Htan'jrJ, Ky ifiai, nCuit having fpent six months with-cu- e "Ah, yes, I krew you were mistaken, duced one evening to a fascinating young CARTCK 3IEDICIXE CO., Ner York, but I had just discovered that I had driven lady, who, misunderstanding his name, having sent her a single letter? 60 I & MISSISSIPPI W. nd waited till now. But seven miles on the wrong road and was constantly addressed him as Mr. 1'etern, li&rti waited Mriif she gets tins letter she will be $100 wishing soiie one would come along and much to the gentleman's dijtrec. Finally will give me two word of saw. I didn't want summoning courage, he bsshfully, but ear.richer, poor little girl, and then K0 TIIK furtive me for all my neglect. I know that any explanation shout it. A rotten sweet nestly remonstrate J: "Oh! dont call ma apple will cure that black eye in three or Peters; call me Peet." "Oh, hut I don't wesf, biorj!i.tnd." four days, and salt and water will tighten know you well enough, Mr. Peters," said furgive you nothihg, "Hue should -- nowyour front lee'h in a week or so. I feel the young lady, blushing, as she playfully his companion. DEALLR IN fifty per cent better, and I'm ever so much withdrew behind her fan. Ah,ye?;I deseive no forgiveness, hut obligeJ. So long! Presp, Alice is a dear, loving little darling and so Nmltllori, OroccrlvH, Ilorsi! Shoos, The Lexington 'IVamaipl and aereral Iluriluurc, trustful, that I know she will over Overdoing the Clerical. When the others of our contemporaries are wrong In IVailH, Iron, truii, 00 iucciiHuarc, IIURK3' Whips, UNCINNATl. tbe Eail and .1AJaf:3n!? 1'arlor Can to Cincinnati Riikkj' U'IiccIh, Siovt'M, look tl my shortcomings." Eock Kiver conference met here there was putting all tha blame upon the jurora. Cano MHIh, HarncMH, and Palace blerpln; Cart to Clnrlnnatl Waihlnc-toNpokcH, llaltluiore, I'hllailelphlaaud New Vork.wltU. Iff IIIh, L.np Covcrw, one of its members who listened to Grates, out change. "Aim. Alice Werder" The postmark the reading of a memorial on his While many of their verdict in murder III tilt', Htoucwarc, Corn Shcllcrn, Collars, the chief blame reeta are loo wn California and the address was in Hu- dead wife while he had a marriage license case the Courtlight,Appeals; with its reverBT.IA1UI8 and theVVest, of with w Was it Southwest, with Palst Sleeping well known go' for No. 2 in his pocket, I think his name sals of verdicta and grantinga of new trials. Oliver Chilled, Champion Steal and Brinley Combined Plowi, Wooden and Ian on night train, Loulirllle to St. Louli. iu.MibleJ" Cast Pumps, and the Celebrated Mayflerd Elevator. Tin Hoofis well, no matter what his name is. Like The remedy ia to repeal the law givinc The little postmaster read and liOUISVir.LE to many of his profession, he is too clerical juries the option between hanging and iming and Oattering' will have prompt attention. ST. JLOU1S. the auperxctlptlon. Surely there was no altogether in Borne of his utterance. Tho prisonment for murder, and to relieve tbe fHileameii j Joi,H jirtuht,Jr. wbeke. The letter had come at last. in other day he wa) called to preach a fun from LouisviLLK to court of jurisdiction in criminal mmmmmmmmmmmmimm "Oh, haw glad he will be! How her eral sermon on one of his members. He appellate Breckenridge News. 1,""'Nor,"'- - " Coaches and tender eyes will sparkle! It is worth mou-uyt- o was awfully solemn, and talked in this cae. through without change. give her this letter," said way: A very estimable Chicago lady has a be able lo "The lsst time I eaw the corpse tOOIC AT TIBI ! e dogs, which eat up the old postmaster to his wife. "I'oor was at her mother's home. I asked for family of eich day ten gallons of milk, twenty her, and she came into the room well and from h.Thi??i5Ci m,iExirMJ Sleeping Cars from liul.TllleIulllle "Poor child, indeed," repeated the wife to all appearance cheerful. A few davs pounds of oatmeal and great quantities of to lork without cliange, arrlrlng ul Waiulngton New PHARMACISTS asaiieciught the stitch she baa dropped. after the coreas came to the city to have oysters and eggs. It would be cruelty to "I nai getting so blind," was her murmured a set of teeth made. While here she took ask this kind lady to take upon herself the OEALRRS IN- Hours Ahead of All Competitors. erfdaaation. support of a child. cold, and now lies before us dead." One EmlgranUand ri Books, via that) AM. U'r ilut I should not wonder if heartfelt of the mourners on the occasion assured me Good Month Fon Hangings. This hare Through Day Coaclica on all tralm. Hara "blindness" of no mlJnlgVit changei. Arrive at Ht. tatcu bad caused the sudden 2 that he would havo given all he ever ex- month, February though the shortest nadranteo other lines, therehy securing hoiira Phyiyclana' preicilptloni accuratelycompoundo'l time for making change ol cars and getting inoro tbs good, sympathising old soul. pects to have if he could have thrown up month in the year, is remarkable for its flrit Also choice of aeaU lu can of connecting lines. she does not "I can not imagine why little old man, his job as 3alW jl 1f at that minute. Fridays. It came in on Friday, will go laBaaaaBB&' In adrnc4 of other lines to Indianapolis remarked the JEWJEfiEKH! Ch e.goand the only line giving Its come Chicago Herald "Meddler." out on Friday, and has three Fridays sandrid, along the aborea of Ute Mlihlgan. whs the afternoon had slowly passad and MVM.e agnTgy3i .'7 nafaPdah ror tickets, rates, time, maps, Ac. apply to Richmond Register. The papers are telling of an Ohio man wiched between. Tick. in. connecting or eveuing was setting il Soulhern liargcst Stock of Watches, Barry Wall, the king of the New York 8. E.Cor. Fourth A Main ita. LouVsvllle. Tbs tbolelter to her Sophie. forToor who Bet three different dates for hia marClocks, Jenelry & Sllrerware sick her riage, but finally succeeded in making his dudes, changes hia clothes five times a day, tut'Rft perhnpi her child ia too Erer broushtlto thla market. Prlces Lower than a.nlM.nTB.einMUia,nl,p.Meg,rigt . match suit, I it." . ti leave .t,...(tam rrmUiHi J so hard for escape. He probably had assiilance from haa caneaand doga to fire toeseachthem and tne iweat.Bwaicnes, uiocki and jewairy iw- it the outside. OUmar'ck Tribune, in on short notice and, Warranted J. D. HILL, rt4ner Agent. Labanon.Ky. paired w. wears stockings with " "Ii ihere a tetter for cue to tlay?'' fore. A. dark flunh ovrrapreid the ne IihiiJ and blaoclml fcaluree, a Hidden ItrUtnwa came Into the drooping eye, and tfi!f decatne miffnaed with lean. What a trnciior pael tluough the watel form! lav the weak voice trembled between hope mid deopatrl The old peatnmter took Up packet of leUx-- and nlowly looked thciu over, m he this question. nl yi did when Alice was no letter for her, H wsll knew there hut it waa so hard to Bay the little word would Bend her away with an added weight of disappointment. Fuc we months past she had come aaj nftet day, ia aunahino or storm, always wild the same question on her lips and.aU wayn receiving the same negative reply. there a letter for me ' I'oov Alice "Werder! When, two ycara liefwe. Hugo Werder led her to the altar, the iieople naid the young w.w ooly alter her money and when he had secured that he would neglect the sweet, IcaViag girl and would live merely for his 4 me to go out. I will take charge of things here and go tou it is but a few steps to her houe." "Well, then, when I have closed the if she does, not come before, I will go," was the old man's reply. "Go rather at once," continued hi wife. "The thought of the poor young thing makes me sorrowful. How stranae she looked yesterday when she asked if you were sure there was no letter for her and when you asked about her child how very strangely she answered: 'It h not very well to day, but I gues it will be better tomorrow;' and how sadly she laid her hand upon her heart, as though it hurt her there." "Yes, yes; poor thing!" wai the old man's only reply. of-6c-e, tkt -- ?" ne'er-uVwe- ll 5J kl hand-wailin- llt A Narnbte Monstrosity. Some weeks ago the lleyitttr contained a no b item to the tffcet that Mr Miles Crawford, of Ure.Uliitt county, found on his door-steone morning an infant, half human and half dog. Last Monday a messenger from Mr. Crawford came into our office to inform us that the item was partially incorrect. A horrible monstrositya mixture of hog and human was found in Mr. Crawford's corn field one cold morning in last January frozen stiff. It was in a little brown sack together with some corn. Some farmlands came r!oe In triA ntk nml tt waa iirpiilpnlnttr bnnnlf ed over, when the hiileoui lump of defor mity rolled out. It had three legs, with split hoofs Its head waaof human forma tion well covered with hair. The mouth was large; the upper lip was hard and gristly, like a hog's "rooter " The nose and eyes were considerably more human thin hog. The body resembled the human body and was perfectly smooth. There was no hair on any part of it except the head. The discovery of it was a terrible shock to the good people of that neighborhood who keep the even tenor of their way and are not accustomed to dark and mysterious crimts in their midst A wom an whoe reputation for chastity is not the best in the world, came to Mr. Crawford the dav before the discovery to beg some corn. Mr. Crawford went into his field and husked some corn which the Wuniau took and put in a little brown tack. Shu! complained of being sick and stopped a while in the houe to wsriu. She left and , went across the field in the direction of her , home. Mr. Crawford identified the sack found by the farm hands as the same carried bv the woman, and suspicion at once fastened upon her. Sue has been driven from the community by the outraged and justly indignant citiiens, but the mystery will ever remain unsolved. Richmond Register. I PKOKIkSStDI!, THE BEST OF ALL SkU K. BURDBTT. J. W. DtOWH ATTOllMiVH 1.14-t- nrjRDHTT 4 DttOWW, A.'I'ilT-.A.A- V WEBSTER'S unabridged: In Shsep, Hustla and T'jrKey Blndlnai. LINIMENTS FOR MAN AND BEAST. Formoro than a nirilrniiKIiiatfkiifcl'lnlmeiitliaBlMien known to millions ull over tlio world as thu onlyBaro rollanco for U10 rullof of ucclilonts mi. I lmtn. It is n inotllulne nhovo prleo anil pntho the Ixit or Its kind, l'orct cry fotiu of external potii tlilnlfianonrm-ptlin MT VEKNOS, KV. W4LI.ACKK VASNON. T. W, VASNOW. A.'X,X.ltN33Vl-- l A.T 1jA."V, Odiceia Owtler 8TANKOBD, KY. A Son's now tiulMluj T. W. & W E. VABNOW, WCTIONAwfsapiLMHTL rwAimcttf'" THE STANDARD. fWaSTTjyftw up itsln. Will A.TTOUNBV A'l' bTANFUKD, KY. prMtlir rojiitle Iti Kufi-rlo- M. PEYTOST. LiV', 1 tlio ut Appeals. Officsorer lint the t'uurti of Lincoln soil r ml ttis Court so Court Hjm.iI siteutioii utrea to colleitloni. NttlouAl 112 MEXICAN rery bone maklntr muscle ue lcuirirmullion nmitlio imno-to of pain Inflammation conllnu-nnc- tjl" to 1 rf any other serlen iJirClrTlaldttmakearniiihv IgXlij-- -. Ht help fur HC1IOI.A11.S. s ''Jl, 'A 2.T?'Pw',u,er "hMll,OOOWortIs, jTJCaJL 3000 i:nKrat lnR. and it Now lllocranhlrat IllcUoiiiiry. o'an'lard in Cot"! rnntlnc Ortlce YA JL copies In Public School TKAClll'ltSsnJhCllOOI. d Mnstariff Llnlmont la vrilhont an onti ALEX. ANDEBBON, ATTOllMiSY A.T L.A.AV, I obt!erls8lanJarJ Authority foiirl. Hecirrme-idi'Suu'ts uf.Schools In 30 States .Miipreine with II 0 IT. H. ly t:.. htato DANVILLE, KY., o Will prsrtlce In ths Courts of Boris sad s (Joining Ths latei edition. In tha quantity of nutter It f0ki"lf,,i wllored to bo tho largest Tolutue It h.i 3000 more Wonli and neirly three tlmM IN ITSELF." Attornuy Xuv. x. MUSTANG DENTIHT, LINIMENT Mpli, .- m&. n 1 IM-lT- dW-ras- tiii: iti:iuou jouunal joh oitice i" w.iiro.v, ihoi". "MONOIV OUTJB.'r Louisville, New Albany Railway. Pull 1 THE BEST Palace Cars! misc-stak- JNIMENTS apk. LRJ mi-ste- e d N I AT I far-of- I 1 d 1.11- d 1 1 i CARJEKS ( Kentucky's -- e East bold-face- d lawn-mow- .. , I CUBE I A SOLID TRAIN CITY. Ia-stnes- , u SICK .. ..... letter-writin- g, hi HEAD ACHE !pn. I( 2NT"7r "5aTorl3L- Special Rates Emigrants. C e. -- O-- 01 Hu-ga'a- id W. H. HIGGINS f East, West and North rioulsvljle l X,rV'Sf S I Cllr n, hand-writin- d BawsBSBBawMaaBaaBaiBiawaaiBawAwawABaBwsBBaaaawBBaBBaaaBBKiBaawMaBBBaMBawsBasaia Hours 2V)tairi IO lr fifty-thre- -- Drngs, and Fanoy Artioloa. 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