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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884021501 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. 3Si mtmi-mttkVOLUME Sbu-SMcelilX.-NUM- m 510. titefio 15, 1884. A A IfcP H H? l41!4k 224. BER STANFORD, KY., ERIDA Y, FEBRUARY PAINT LICK, GARRARD COUNTY. VALENTINE NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER n WALTON. n(crioroumal - - Editormnd Proprietor W. P. Fmhril TiicHitttv ami Fri4nun, When paid atrlctlr la adratjc,.., II we hire to wilt tar tftue, 93.00 wilt Im charged. . : "TT - T-r- -i HA fA IfAsa Ring flounthes. 1 I J'JIUr fniet far Jovrmtt TtttnkinK thaJUtauie fact. Gjur mul riuRgUttoD on lh I'rtyect 'of wuialc taxa-Uo- u may lie of int'teat td yrUr' reader", in view of the exitnai'e vilirciujlon of it jut narr ami the rOi:aI further IctiiUtton in relation to it, I ak apaca in your paper to nuhniit a few that haro occurrrti to me bain's; Appropriate i llj the act ofOnxriM In 1878, the louifeti period, it llieenrni'il UKi;rmioi of the ftliiiilcy inert, wan zlenileil to 3 yeam, with, the condition that 6 prr ccnt.'pcr an nuia inlerMt rhould be paid' m the lax In 1H30, to meet the durinK that period vfialuw of Iheae men, anoihrr act wan pained taking off the interest, hut continuing the bondfd period nn fixed hr the iireviom act mi J auch In the law of the lam! an it iijw aUnda. Hut the wlitakyiten are not content an 1 am iniploria? ConjjrMi 'for further farom. In Hi'l the nnied (6t an act txtetiilinjj tiie bonded period Indefinitely that ia, the aaluil that the florrnuient ahoulil wait for the tax until tiny "old the whl.kj, allowing (hctu to aell when ther K')t rstly to iIj io and nol before. The lmi of thin extraordinary demand waa the fact that they, Htiuiutated and made drunk by the former partiality of the Uorernnient, had acted the i9il and nude a runt of 'Valatuilj water," bjr reajon of which a ilnaucial panic would certain! occur (among lheiuelTei) bn'eu the ob- Uined the reuuetted relhf DurinK tin debaunch the had accuml'nv. t rerea year' xupplf of ti.r i.iu.nt,uu which the owed the Government the aunt of 00 f.tai for ererr kHoii, aiuountinj: in the at(iej(ale to tome and ther thought it 'nut inimodeatjo' request ,lhe (Treat aud uood Oorernment to, in eflrct, Ijan theui that littU turn w.L.uiii Interest an J without limit m to time. And, by the' t(itreueft, beiix u.d',u Carllale, lllackbutn and other tike a wa ver'r cheerfully acceded to b the Hoimw of JtrpfttkpQtarni and but f ir the aanity of tba Haaiata would have been ratified by eoactrurnt. IltTing run againht 'Viwjer"'in (be filiate, the lute in!-crate- d their demand aomewhat and now, br the Willi- - Itlll.onl aeek to hare the landed period increased to 6 rear m it rewcl the taxea falling due at certain rprcifird '' pv4 except about 1,000,000 gallons, were consumed at the end of four ran, wheresa of the 97,600,000 gallons of fine whisky there remained unconiumed about 00,000,000 gallons. Now could Anything be more unjust than a law which operate so unequally upon different persons engaged in the same but!- ncsc? Ought a law to stand on the statute hook which imposes so tremenduous a bur den upon a perfectly lawful bualnets and a burineviHO necessary and useful as that of making material indispeniahle to the manufacturing industries of thecountr)' There U some leaion in the argument of the freetrader against the repeal of this tax baed luxury upon a lax on so far as that argument applies to fine but it can not he made to apply to cologne spirits, Ac , which, as we have s seen, constitute more thin of the total amount annually consumed. To state the proportion differently, there arc about Jrt.OOO.OOO gallons of alcohol, Ac, used in thi arls and manufactures and only about t,500.000 gallons of whisky guzzled each year. In a Courier Journal of recent dale, now before me, highwines are quoted at $1 1 i per gallon. This include the 00c tax, making the liquor itelf worth jmt 24c. So the maker of this commodity has to piy a tax of 00c on 21c worth of goods and this oppression is to be perpetuated for the good of the free-lrdcstue! J. H. Stanford, Feb. 13, 183 J. four-fifthe ex-co- m .r-o't- i S INHIBITIONS 1YJII HrsllANIM. Do not jest with your wife Uwn a subject in which there is dancer of wounding her feelings. Hemcmberthat she treaurea every word you utter. Do not speak of some virtue in another man's wife to remind your own of a fault. Do not reproach your wife with personal defects, for if she has sensibility you intlict a wound difficult to heal. Do not treat yout wife with inattention when in couiKinj; it touches her pride, and she will not respect you more or love you better for it. Do not upbraid your wife in the prrsencs of a third person; the sent of your disregard for her feelings will prevent her from acknowledging her fault Do not entertain your wife with w, raising the beauty and accomplishments If you would have a pleasent home and a cheerful wife, pass 'joor eveninja under your own roof. Do ot be stern and silent in your own houre and remarkable for sociability elsewhere. Young Ladies' Journal. 'of'otncr women. Crime in tentuctf. date. Iwt nie here make . few figurt fjr tha liirpois of conveying an idea of the protila ariiinj from tbla kind of leicialation, which, lx it retnenibtred, ia championed b the loudeol denunclitora of claM Ifgiclallon and parwilaliiw in thia or an other country, uch at the Watterxann, the Heck and the Carlialra. Tba arerage barrel of whiiky conUina 40 Klloni. Thia it worth, when new, a 5135 per gallon, tax included. U R.llooi to assist the reader to realize the magni-tud- e of India the &)xctator says that it contains some 50,000,000 more people PKR YEAR nvaila himielf of the law and hold hi liVaseline. than the whole of Kurope. India has aixty- f00 quor three eara. 4 OJ arrr'e Weekly two cities of more than 50,000 People, ... 4 W IW a provision of the law an allowance ia . twenty-tw- o with more than a 100,000, Harper'a Young People 1 50 for leakage of 1 Kallona for everr runie while Calcutta contains about SSG.000 llarpr'l Kranklli &ii.ire Library, one year birrtl of 10 KHona. Ho, at the end of!! 10 00 (S3 Nuuiben)..... souls. There are hundred of cities of jreara he would hare for Male 32J j:alIoni. Poatace Free to a'.l aubicilberi in tha United Dr. C C. (iraham, of Louisville, father-in-laeven the nanus ot which are generalThii at, aa, $2.'J3 per gallon a ter low Slate or Canada. of Senator-elec- t Blackburn, recent- ly unknown to Kurope. Th Vnlumr of the WeeVtr Utfln with the first cMimite for three-vea- r old whioky would Wben no time ol ach tor ly addressed the Kentucky Legislature as One who knows says it cost less each Number January b undoriioot tint the meuilonrd, It will brin? $7J 12; deduct tax on 32J gallons t moral-il- l, follows. "If there be it statesman, with the Number wuhee to ommene year to collect and disburse ywc -jy- The above crifhaixslla ahowa the result to the diatill bin kooJh in the new atalc. Now let ua nee how he will come out if he lluct0c pwgillon li Iirm tolbtdlltllltr. t 11,15 15 1 oo .. 119.00 not our province in this matter to investigate the merits of each particular case, and decide which killing was jmlifia ble and which wis unprovoked murder. In truth all killinjrs of men is murder. Tha law provides for the protection of the, citizen in his eftrf legal right. If hia neighbor threatens his life, he has no right to shoot that neighbor down on sight. When he doe no he is guilty of deliberate murder. The law provide that in such cases he can have the threatener arrested and placed under bonds to keep the peac. But, nc, your Kentuckian considers it arrant cowardice to appaal to the law for protection, because such action would give some fool a chance to twit him Vrith cowardice, and so he must imbrue his hands in blood, steep his soul in a crime thai ia a deadly sin, and strut among his fellows as a hero who has killed his man. And the poor old State must bear the shame and reproach of his crime. Another man shoots a thief who is attempting to avoid arrext, and is justified because hia victfm was a thief. And yet the killing of such a one under such circumstances is murder pure and simple. Breckinridge News. ia high-steppiw It Mr. James Martin's horse ran away and completely demolished his buggy. Died, at 11 o'clock on the night of the 10th, Mr.J. C.McCormack, in his 74th year. We are told that the Silver Creek distillery will commence operations in a short time. Our town was aroued Monday night by theaweet music from the Silver Crek String Hand. Come again boya and our band will join in with yon. There Usome talk of getting up a subscription to build a bridge across Paint Lick creek, nesr WsIUc-'- h mill, for the benefit of a wrtsin young man here. It ia a move in the right direction, for it would be a great convenience to several joung men. Then they could make the round trip in one day, There is some excitement here over the whisky biuinees. A phrly has sent in a petition asking permission to sell whisky in the limits of town and another strong petition has gone in opposing it. Our ton is a local option town now and there Is not a more peaceable place in the Slate, We are told that it had the worse name of any place in the State years ago, when whisky was sold here. Men were afraid to let their wives and children come town for fear they would be insulted or shot down by some drunken mtn. Now they can come and go in perfect stfety. Miss Lillie Arnold, a little besutyof Lancaster, spent several days with friends here. Miss Non Murphy, of Stanford, was the guest of Mrs. H. II. Ilitaon this week Will Harris aud Simon Higginn.of Lancaster, are here visiting relatives and friends. Willis Adams, Jr., and family will go to Florida in a few days, where they expect to make their home in the future. Mr. Adams will engage in the drug business. Mr. Tyree Best, John Parks and II. II. Bitson went to Fianxforttbis week in the interest ofthewhiky law here. Mr. Bateon is in favor of selling whisky and the other two gentlemen are opposed to it. Mr. W. A. Anderson, who has been quite nick, is able to be out again. 'ZZZHZ The Portland Ortgonian says "times are hard" in that and Washington Tetitory. The wheat crop is $2,000,000, abort, after a rroowipg which cost the farmers $1,000,-00to begin, with, and the partial failure of root, oat, fruit and vegetable crops was a direct loss of $2 000,000 more. The sbortsges, one ay or another, foot up seven or eight nrillioras The general cessation of raitroid business in the Northwest accounts, in some degree, fjr the prevailing dullness. Still it i cheering to be assured "the country is abundantly able to pay its debt." Another season may result more fortunately. 0 Valentine" Ah, cm It ba Tbsl soms one lii addressed to me Thewj Hum, to iweet nl ten1j Njiui or Initial It not set Upon Ui a page, and yst anl I think I know Ih sender. yt M'hOBERTS&STAGG f ' What though the wriltaz be dUgulfei, And many a little trick devised To aid the loud deception, bL Valentine provides the key That ipolla the little tnitery The moment of reception. 'We mijr tiitUht, we may be wrong; for tack ol confirmation slroag We give the rata to fancy. And Ift her wander at her will, An ther bright ilnllnr f JlSlt In fluid ol necromincy. Opera House Block, DrtigH, tJUCUllCUIH, v "V.-a- . " Stanford, Kyi, Musical Wall Paper,"' Booktt, Paint, OllH, ninuuuurj, WiM" Vi wi. litafWay Fire IillUipSt Pe ftimery. a ttraanij. Tobaccos, Arm,?, Infilrucmonaa, fOCKCI Cutlery, Anl Va!entlnr w.uM lw their charm If they st once could doubt UI larta Kre yet the teal wai broken; An 1 .3 tin deeper the dltguUe, , The more delightful the iurprle, And aweeler la the token. Our Jewelry. Silverware and Optical Goods Department in Iliclurda, who will Repair Watches am! Clocks Promptly and In the beet style. i Tims. Much 1b In Charim nrhal. fJowlihlne Pollard. Mardi Cras, The Ohio k Missiiwippi Hallway will sell round trip tickets at low excursion rates to New Orlean, on account of the Carnival. DISSOLUTION. l Sale beginning Feb. 20th and continuing until the 2tth. Tickets will be good C days going and returning until March 20th. The Carnival this year will cloie with the usual parade and festivities on Tuesday, Feb. 20th. The O. & M. Ry runs a thro' sleeper rom Cincinnati to New Ole.ins, via Odin, daily. For tickets and further particulars, inquire of agent of that line. canary birds owned by There are families in Brooklyn, N. Y, It costs about seven cents a week to feed each bird. The birds in that city capital invested in is estimated $o00,000. The average price is less than tbree dollars for each bird. When well ctreJ for the canary bird lives about ten years, but some of them have h en known to live twice that length of time. The Irish people, as a class, are partial to canary birds. John Conyera celebrated on Sued. his one hurdredth birthday, in the Dayton r of Soldiers' Home. He served in lS12and was at the reige of Fort Meigs. He speaks with feelings of hia first wife, who died more than seventy yeara ago with wife died a baby in her arms. His fifty yeara ago and his children are all dead. He cm sea to read quite well and haa issued a challenge to. run a foqt race with any man of hi age. the The partnership of Bruce, Warren & Co. has been dissolved by mutual Consent; Geo. H. Bruce & Co. buying the Clothing and A. A. Warren the Grocery Department. A. A. Warren will meet anybody's prices and GEO. H. Bruce & Co. especially will cut prices on some lines to reduce stock for Spring purchases. the-wa- -- Hell Rewarded. reward will be paid to any party who will produce a ca. ot Ltrer, Kidney or Stomach Hitter will not apeeJily complaint Ihtt cur.. Bring them along; It will cot you nothing f.r the medicine If It falle tocure, and you will be All Blood well rewarded lor your trouble dlteuwa, nillouiONi, Jaundice, Comtl atlon and groeral'debility are quickly cured. Satiafactlon guaranteed or money refunded. Trice only VI cents per bottle. Fur aale by Trnoy 4 MeAliiter A llbxral es. The interiorof the bowl of a Japanese' tobocco pip is about the size of a pea. A little plfet of tobacco as big aa a pea ia put into the pipe, the fire applied, one whiff of smoke never more than two is drawn into the lungs and expelled through the nostrils, and full satisfaction is gained. The preparation and lighting of the pipe ia leisurely done. To load and light thia pipe; takes a Jspsnese ten minutes; to smoke, two seconds. They smoke often, but an average American college student would use as much tobacco in one day as a Japanese student would in two weeks. 1S81. I have received and am still receiving New Goods for Fall and Winter, comprising the best in the market, which will be gotten up in style and make second ten none in city or country. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley n.o. FbTJTiLrr. B UNDERTAKER, - AND - GEO. H. BRUCE! CO, , A. A. WAREEH. Harper's Weekly. ILLUSTRATED. UartMr'i WMklr alandi at the hewl of American tlluitrated wnekly Journal. By Ita unnartlaan DO.lllun.ln politlca. iu adinlrabU llluitratlon, Its ramlullr thown Mrlila. abort atoriea. aketchea. and poetal, contributed by the foremoal artlata and authoraof the day, itcarrtra tnatructlon and entertainment to thouunda of American bomee. Itwtllalwara be tne aim ot me puuiuner 10 make the Harper'a Weekly (he umI popular and sttiactlve larollr newepaper In tba world, and, In the pursuance of thltdealgn, to prrovnt a conatant Improreraent in all thnai features which have salued for It the confld ace, evmpithy, aud sup port ol lis larifi army oi reaarri. Dealei' in U'ux-iiitwr- e ! India's Maonitcik. In attempting HAEPER'S PERIODICALS llrt'i A Full and complete assortment of Furniture, embracing everything from the Cheapest to the Finest Parlor StilteM. If need to go to the large cltlcn to make your purchase!, no niHtteo" Khat quantity r quality you want, as I can and will duplicate any prices you can obtain elsewhere, freight being added. Afar n full assortment of Collins, Caves, Nltrouds and Robes, embrace iug all the New Styles, both cheap aud expensive. Ware re .,.,.. opposite St. Asaph Hotel. Stanford, Ky. 20,-00- 1 Tr GEO. D. WEAREft Commission IVIercIiant 1H iub-crlb- er .-j.) learea $JJ37. It ia proper to Mate that the distiller only haa an in tcrealof'ioc per Ktllon in the new whinkv, (he rtut of the fl.33 being the tax. Thin Uinj? no, In order ti exhibit the adrmtneu to liim, cxnctl, accruing from the tt ream' time Kranted him, it in riuht to allow him interoat on that amount. Fort gallon at 15c amounta to $18, the iuteteat on which for Ihreo earn ia $3.24 Take $.1.2 1 from the above aum of $13.87 and we find tint he han a net balance a the jiroceeda of the barrel of $10 Gd agulmtt $18 that he would hare realized had he Hold hia whUky frexli from the still a clean profit gained bv virtue of the law of $22.01 on a single barrel of whiakyl Is there any wonder that there ia a "Whiaky Klnji?" I it any wonder that Cirlhle bet Randall for Speakei? There ia another feature of thia buHinean that i worth attention. Much of the greater portion of the Hpirita distilled from (grain conaiatfl of alcohol, hij;hwinc8 and cologne apiriti, which are wholly uned in manufacturer and the arts, which are not improved by g and which go Immediately into aa they are made. The makers of these articles aro not and can not be benefited by the leglalation under consideration; yet they have to pay the 90c per gal-Io- n tax promptly upon making aale of thece pplrita. In the 4 yeara from 1878 to 1881, incluaive, there were manufactured oftliwe plrlti over 210,000,000 gallons, while during the oame period there wero only produced of the finer epirils such as aro improved by age 07,500,000. All of 'trie 210,000,000 'gallons 6f higbwinUoiC.; or a Christian professor in the Legis-o- f Kentucky, I nsk of him to enact a law that no license shall he granted for marriage to any one who can not show to an appointed committee in each county, or before the county court, that he ia of sober and businesslike habits, and in a position to support a wife aud children, which law would prevent a vast amount of helpless suffering, and lessen the grevious tax upon the public for the support of poorhouses and our various asylums. If such a law waa enacted and enforced, it would do our young men who are addicted to the habit of indulging too freely in alcoholic drinks more good than all the temperance socie ties and local option and prohibitory enactments." The crop of white elephants in Siam has been very large for the past year, owing to the demand for the American circus mar-ice- t. it Every circus next summer will a white elephant in a golden cage, covered with diamonds and pearls, if the truthful advance circus advertisers have not been cruelly Imposed upon by the Siamese priests, who, we are told, are praying for the aoula of Americana who have died without seeing the elephant. charitable moner. Last year the Christian missionary expense for collecting and sending money was only one and a half per cent. Years ago a gentleman put a dollar and a nickel in the missionary box, saying: "The nickel is for the heathen, and the dollar to pay for getting the nickel to the heathen " Times have improved since then. Napoleon married a widow; Madame De Maintenon ruled aa a widow; Gibbon abased himself at the feet of a widow; Rousseau did the same; Disraeli married a widow; one of thegreitest rulers of mod ern Europe was the widowed empress Cath arine, anil the three most distinguished women in Kurope at present Queen VicEugenie and ex Queen toria, Isabella are all widows. n.it ult.ir rMlnt Knur Th int Annual Volumes of Ilarpjr'a Wwkly, In neat tloth binding, will be eeni by mall, poitag" paid, or by cxpresa, Ireo ol expense (protldel the IreUhtdoea not exceed one dollar of oriier. . volume. per Tolurue), fur 17 00 Cloth Caaes f r well Volume, suitable for binding, will be aent by mall, postpaid, on receipt of Poat-Otn- rr AND- - MonKemlttancrahould lwmadeby ey Order or Draft, to avoid chanco ot loea. Newipapera are not to cony thl alrertlsement without the expreaa order of Harper Brotnere. II AlU'Ell A BItOrUEilS. New York. Addreaa Maixolactux-Givs- ' STANFORD, KENTUCKY, .fkn REALKK sreixt. IS flOSIITTErft Hay, Grain, Wool, Field The fate of Colonel Rathbone, who aat in the box with President Lincoln the night he waa assassinated, haa been a sad one. Since killing hia wife in Germany he ha been confined in a Wr. William Harris, the brother of Mrs. Kathbone, arrived in New York a few days ago with the three children of the madman, The eldest is thirteen and the youngest Beven years of age. mad-house. Seeds, Buggies, Carriages, Spring Wagons, Farm Wagons. Carts, Reapers, Mowers, Grain Drills, Corn Drills, Corn Tlan tors, Plows Harrows, Hay Rakes, Feed Cutters, Corn Planters, In 1883. no less than 70,045,806 tin cans of tomatoes were put up in the United States, the whole value being about Maryland puts up about one-haof the produot, and New Jersey- - over a fifth. Tnere tare fifteen other States which hare packing houses, Delaware, California and Ohio being the other principal pncklog States, 0. lf "George," asked the teacher of a Sunday school class, "who, above all othero, shall you wlah to see when you get to heaven?" Wit1 .'ace brightening up with anticipation the little fellow ahouted, "Gerllahl" &iffEr!S They who work early ana iaw ino year rnitmi ripen, occasionally, uu ' Hlmuloua imparted by a yholcaoma tonlo like llostetter'a Stomach Blttera. To all. ita purltr and efficiency na ft remedy ami preventive of dlscaae commend it. It checka Incipient rhcumatlara and malarial armntoms, rcllerea conatlpatlon, Uyanep-af- a and blllouaneaa. nrrcata premature decay of the phyalcal encralea, mitigates the Inflrroltlea of.oge.and Uaatena y J'or aula bj all JJrUEglatv nnj Dealers Keucrallr. Cider Mills, Cane Mills, Pumps, Iron Fencing, Saw Mills,.En-gine- s, Threshing Machines, Hose Belting, And, In fact, everything pertaining' to Agricultural Machinery Ofllco and Ware Itoonis opposite tit. Asaph Hotel, Stanford 1 VjgSiv' JSS4.-7SS Right feeling congereamen declare that they'd rather live on than put the government to the cost of one of those expensive funerals', Baltimore Day. .. coava-leacenc- e. I firlrte&"jifa'i U I aLaEf- A77 t fill - MF. MrTraUfe!e aad n.wrr Reed CatUUcaa lb Itnit. tk.rr.nll or thin, a Need Urawrr, wlllka trat rre taall hog-al- j. All nj herd la warraatmt to b. frr.U aa4 tra. t. aaatr. aa (ar thai .aaalU It prava ala.r. wUr.lacree I. rtail artier. (rati.. Mr rallc. Uaaar.rlablalaBM4, Aaa ut la. mhIiMk alt ta raai aa aterlraa Vaialwca. U a lyco.part oril ormr.wa urawla. A. tha mlstaa.1 lairaataevr ar V.Mm Heel, llarbaak PjlaT i'atalaea. aaaraltaead JCarlr Cora. tk. Ilaa- hard taaah, aad a.araa ar ala.r arw I latlto the nnlraaajra af la aubllr. la U "TTiBBr faraVa. aad aa Ike Mim. artaaat waa alaat aa aa4 adTcrllMaacaa. will a. r.ani mjr rrar'irrlr- trara-tabtr- a, 1AMES lil jOVSbtrUubUkMllMm. ..j? Stmi-82Ml- B jbuj hour is 71 feet 9 inches and rising slowly. sufferers. At the trotting horse sale atShawhan's and destruction on every hand flro Destitution not yet. head were disposed of Station, thirty-eigh- t v. ft and the worst at an aggregate of $8,130. The most ridiculous recommendation The trial of Neal wes postponed till Oil two daja of tho wek, Mondaji aod known as August, owing to the inability of the wit hardly a quorum for the made by that ridiculous concern Saturdays, there is Railroad Commission is that the roads neeses to attend and the crowded state of of business in either branch of the tiuHi-iioi- i be required to report to it the leasons for the docket, there being 713 criminal cases fee General Assembly. The niembers.with all discharges of iu employees. When it teOBorable exceptions, haTe their pock- reaches that point that railroads can not on it. Tobacco statistics show thst St. Louis ets filled with railroad paster) and they can hire or discharge any man it chooses, unmanufactured in round numbers 23,0(O,000 the temptation to use thetu.ro joi Jokko less approved by a commission made up of pounds ol tobacco last year, an increase of awaj thejr go to Louisville, Cincinnati and men selected mainly on account of their 6,000,000 over the previous year. This to par their te not, when if they had no knowledge of railroads, it will beats the famous Lorillard district of New they would tttr and attend to little or ra fare, be time for them to pull up track and Jersey and places St. Louis first in tobacco business for which they were elected. 4 bond. leave. manufacture. might 33w average legislator would be a George W. Roweey came to town on b11 indhidual without hii free pM, he Abbey' Opera Festival at Cincinnati reMT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Wednesday morning and surrendered him fiddled lbkk, while everybody else la of the opin-io- n minds several pipers that Neroimitator self to the sheriff, saying that he had shot Managed bf J no. B Fish. unfit while Rome burned and that his that with one he is a bribe-takeWe have two schools going on in our his cousin, Jasper Bhearen (who waa also 4o sleel fairlj between the Commonwealth is fiddling while Cincinnati drowns. It he having married R.'s his brother-in-law- , town. The attendance is about twenty-fivad the railroads In the election of rep does look a little like laughing in the face sister) on Monday evening and that the fiddling and singing pupils at each school. xeeeBtalivefl kerealter this question ought of Providence lobe Sunshine for a few days has caused woundeti man had died Tuesday. George to he one of the iwuee and no man should while so many people are crying and the grass and wheat to liven up considera- claims that bin late affectionate relative starving. Jbe elected who will not pledge himself to bly, but snow has begun to fall which will has been threatening him and shooting at MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Tftaee U uch overtures from railroad cr him for the last year and a half and that put a different color to it all. Congress passed a resolution appropriotker corporations. The enormous mile-e- e The K. C. Railroad Company has re- said late relative waylaid him three times of 15 centa ought to be sufficient for the ating $300,000 for the Ohio River sufferers. sumed work on the bridges and track be- on theevening of the tragedy, preyenting and it transportation of our Mr. Ilaldeman denies the report that low Langford's mil). We understand that him In the first place from going to the ought to put them above accepting passes Ilenry Watterson is to become the editor the work at Livingston will be resumed in mill where he had started, and secondly lor which i they can only return a quid pro of the Brooklyn Eagle from going back to his home. John Row-icthe early spring. Thomas Kinsella, editor of the Brook,tjuo in favorable legislation. George's father, killed John Latnme, The young folks of our ton have ora man of wide Shearen's half brother last July a year go s. with much lyn Eagle, a fine writer and ganized a class of 16 to take dancing "The Chicago Herald argued influence, died Tuesday. The only draw-bacpossibility that the democrats to inaure weins to be and ever since there has been bad blood In Louisville yesterday the river had to procure a teacher, no one having applied between the families. George Roweey is a ancoeis in the coming presidential election passed the record of 1883 by four inches nephew of Jasper Rowey, who was taken -suet make the campaign in New York. and was rising one inch an hour. Hight for that honorable petition. democratic, as sold a one half from the Stanford i ait and hung before the Granting the au.e States ro Mr. Jas. Maret has 45 feet. war. He is a nephew aUo of Smith Raw-seiaJ860, there will still, after adding the in-- The merchants of Trenton, k,lthreat- - interest in the "Nick'el Pla'it" milts at who was killed in Lincoln county crease of votes, be 29 votes of a majority. en to withdraw their patronage from Lou- this place to Mr. J. E. Vowels. The price a regular battle near the beginning of would run the .New York with it 30 votes isville if the Exposition in that city is re- - paid was about $1,600. The new firm's democratic vote to 208, a clear majority of pealed. name will be Marsh, Vowels & Co. We the late unpleasantness. A nophew a'ro seven. With Connecticut, Indiana and Southern is making a wish the new firm much tuccess even be- ol Arch Roweey, who went down before The Cincinnati and of Cam Row. Sam Williams' shot-gu'Ohio, the democrats would still have a round trip rate to Mardi Gras at New Or- yond their highest hopes. sey, whom John Reed and Bill Gresham on Ohio. leans, at $1615 and a war between it and majority, but it is idle to count Andy Maion is in jtil for worshiping back-iho- : about three years Ehe Las Dtrtr failed yet to go republican the LAN. is imminent. God acdording to the dictates of his own riddled with with a bottle of ago between Milledgcvilte and MureiahJ A syndicate of New York capitalists conscience, that wa in a presidential election. On the other hand, if they should make New York the have offered to take control of the Canadi whisky and a few shots from a pistol di- Station. George claims that he will justify hlmelf for wht he has done battle field and stake their hope of succera an Pacific Railway and complete it with rected toward Alex. I'oteet, His trial is He i charged with distmb-in- in ibn last case. Hi trial is set for Saton Uieir ability to carry it, they would,with out further government aid. set for saobjcctionable candidates, have but to A tornado passed over Galretton, Tex., religious worship and ehtoting with urday. the doing considerable damage The rain was with intent to kill. GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT retain a state already their own and Lancaster, Totee of Indiana and Connecticut could be the severed of the season, turning to sleet Mr. C. C. Williams has returned to d of B. M. Bjrdett had a in tetene to make up for any break and stock suffered greatly. Louisville to attend the Law school. This iald which might occur in some less important Fred Douglass has written a letter is his graduating term. N. M. Shumate, oranges ashiped him from his grove in qsarter. showing lhat,tbe colored domestic who re- of Paint Lick is visiting in town. Wm. Florida but it col Jot somewhere on the At7 A.M., yesterday the Ohio river at cently brought suit against him for wages H. Albright has relumed from a visit to route and cannot be found. Mississippi. MissC. Crock, Will Crook is trying to levy blackmail. The younger tnrmbers of the Baptist Ctsciaaati had reached the unheard-o- f 4 feet, 8 inches moie Two freight trains collided on the andMrs.CS. Nield and family of Alia-mon- congregation had a storm party at Rev. -- Ireight of 71 feet, just Ky., pttt a few days in town this Wm. Vaughn's a few evenings ago which than last year, when it marked 66.4 and Cincinnati Southern, near BockwoodTenn. jwien higher than ever before known. Brakeman Burke was killed and one en week. It was a well deserved, as well as proved interesting and enjoyable. an unexpected compliment to Miss Clara T2io sudden, change in the weather has gine and several can wrecked. Did Burnside is happy over the adMcMinn county, Tenn., has a colored Whitehead to be voted fcr fir Slate Libra- vent of another son. Sam Miller is re wtoffttd the rain and the river was station toy at last accounts. The tale of suffering Justice of the Feice, but he is in jill now, rian, Dr. J. J. Browne has concluded to joicing over the fact that he was made the repeated from Pituburg to Louisville is for borrowing money from a drunken man, settle in our midst for a while lonner. He father of a bouncing boy Monday morng and the situation is grow-sa- g without knowledge or consent. has moved into "Aunt" Polly Proctor's ing. A negro, Jeff Rogers, who outraged house. more serious all the time. There ia The Grand Jury rut adjourned after --orgeat demand for help for the thousands and brutally stabbed Mm. Striblin, in We are informed that the postoffice finding 32 indictments. The cafe of Geo. of h'omele-f- l pour and thwe who are really Chambers county, Ala , was taken from the at Williamsburg wasbroVen into and the D!nnv wai invrttieated but no indictment safe blown open and about $700 in cash waa found, tbe opinion prevailinc that Le charitably inclined will 1cm no time in Lafayette jail and hanged to a tree. The agent of the Louisiana Slate Lot taken there frcm. TLete i nociue to the had acted In forwarding contributions. To add to the in killinc Jamea terror of tbe situation in Cincinnati, the tery, at Chicago, annouuee that in yiew of burglars yet. At the same place a mob Anderson last November. prwpectof a water famine is threatened as the prosecution in the State and Federal visited the jail with the intention of taking The new of the death of Jno. C. Mc- there is only four days' supply in the reser- Courts he will no longer attempt to sell Harris and Wicginton out and hanging Cormack, of Pint Lick, catt a gloom over voir with no prospect of being able to tickets in Illinois. them, on last Monday night. Tbey were the whole community Monday. He died The Opera Festival in Cincinnati'while protected by friends frcm Lily and other Sunday oinht alter an illneta of several pump more in'to it. proceeding under difficulties, is The weekp. The remaint were interred in points this side of Willintntbur,:. The caucus to nominate a candidate and the performances brilliant. Fled-tri- e mob was supposed to be from Jelico, Tenti. Laman'.er cemetery TuedcT. for Public Printer did the handsome lights and calcium illuminate the Hall, Wiggintnn (hot ar.d killed one Maj. Kijtney. oar worthy Senator, haa thing in chocsing Dr. John D. Wood, as the gas having been put out for a week by Hani ard Jas. Anderson at Jrlico Sunday night. ben. here. L. F. Hubble ha none to good a democrat, aa fine a gentleman and the flood. Ar.deironwss a bather atd lived at Wil- on a butintio trip. Frank ha rent-e-A rule as true a friend as ever lived. (Passenger? from Cincinnati to Wash- iiamtLurg; Harris hvtdt at Lily where he bin old cilice on wed aide of public was adopted dropping the hindmost can- ington via the Baltimore & Ohio arrived rold whirkj as a "profes icn" and Wipgin-to- Kjuare to E. A. Mendel for a butcher ahop didate after the second ballot and the Wednesday night, after having been on the ia said to be from London, Ky. The Hercaf.cr cattle, inaleid of cliente, will be The contest- road for six days. One stretch of fifty ... work was soon accomplished killing is said to be justifiable, but great bulchi-reat the old Hand. Mr. Dr. ants were the present encombent, Col. miles of road wai w over which ia viiiiin? V. McKee, of Ml. Vernon, indignation is felt rginst Harris snd Major, J D Kthoe tnd George V. Trip-le- tt covered with water the entire length by the people who thought a great fritndi in town. MiM Mamie Old left and ou the 4th ballot the contest came Gov. J. Prccior Knott has iisued a deal of All the parties aie Thur-da- y to vieit friends at Kiclimond between Woods and Msjor.when the former proclamation to the perplo .f Kentucky, white men. Acdncoi Itmts n wife and CjI J. il liruce and John II. Woodcock aeon the prize C4 to 55. Oar Senator and asking that all possible aid be exteuded to left Thursday morning to attend the Opera .Representative tupported Dr. Woods, which the sufferer from the flood. He suggests one chilil. Ktetival at Cincinnati. DANHLLE. BOYLE COUNTY. is very gratifying to us. Dr, Woods u the formation of relief asscciations in all Kv. J II. I'eepltf, of CovioKton, Ky , editor of the B)wling Green Gazelle and quarters of the State. He has sent Hon. The county clerk en Wtdnesday isued who formerly presided over tbe Methodil k&oth competent and able to execute the Jas. A. McKerzie to attend to the distri- licence for the marriage of Henry L. Cir-le- y church here, ia tack on a viait and in the work be is to undertake. bution of supplies fur the sufferers in and Maria Bruner. intereel of the Garrard Female College part of the State. Wakefield, Farris & Gilmore rold on While here he made many frienda who are We agree with the Louisville Commercial Frank James was arraigned in Kansas Wedneeday seven gocd cotlon mules aver- alwaTa delighted lo welcome him back. that Mr. Carroll's bill in the Legislature requiring the railroads in Kentucky to City and all the indictments against him in aging 14 hands, 3 inthes high to Ilice & The Board of Truiieeaof the college mat fence in their tracks and erect gates for MisMuri vacated. The reason given waa Fox, of Garrard county, for $107.50 each. Iatt night at tbe National Bank and deFred Masonbeimer, the popular pro- termined to rolicit and collect eubecrip-tion- a farmers ought to be defeated. Such legis- the refusal of the Governor to pardon Dick as roan aa possible ro that tbe college lation as this, hampers the railroad prog-r- e Liddel, which deprived the Slate of valua prietor of the "Woodbine Restaurant," has andean cow seat may open next lewion. They have in of the State. Kentucky is not so ble evidence. James was immediately ar- enlarged his dining-roothickly settled that railroad fence are rested by a U. S. Marshal and will be tak- fifty persons. He prepares game and all view the Duulap property which can he aeceseary. They are not so considered in en to Alabama for trial on the Mussel kinds or rare viands on short notice and bought for ?0,000 and If the moet beauti' keeps a first class establishment in every ful rite for a female college in central many States much more densely populated Shoals charge. -- Three more murders in Madison, Two way. Kentucky. We need auch an institution and more abounding in slock. It would A. B. Robertson a day or two ago clos- in LancaHer and now ia the time to bny coet the railroads $1,200,000 to build the nrgroca were killed by other negroes and of his stock of dry the bent location in the county. If Mr fence, and that would be a tax out of all at Yates Precinct Steve Turner, four of the ed out the last remnant Wyatt boys and Tom Kindred, armed goods to his father, A. 8. Pobertson, 8r., of I'eeplm will display aa much energy and ra reason. By all means the railroad oppo-tetnd the stage coach statesmen should withgura loaded with buckshot waylaid Harrodiburg. Robertson will soon remove zeal for tbia Institution aa he did for the two f oung boy, Cyrus and Henry, instantto Knoxville, Ttnr., whexe he will deal Methodist church here two year ago, the 0 to the rear. ly killing the former. The. latter will largely in tropical fruits and engage extencillee will be in full blast by the first of Accobdino to the Auditor's report Judge probably die. Henry Young, who is sively in the manufacture of candy. September, and, since he has declared that Second Circuit, put the State Grace, of the had arraigned Turner for some misThe following amounts have been col- he is in earnest, the friends of the college to les expenee for pro tern judges than any demeanor, and had him fined. Turner lected this week for the flood sufferers at may expect to nee their foodeit hopes realjudge in the State, while the amount paid and party fled, and Sheriff Wills, with a Newport: From the three banka and ized. for extia judges in Leslie's district was posee, is after them. town authorities $125. Utopia Lodge No. OBITUARY. nearly as much as his own salary. In this It is eatimated by J. S. Moore that the 33 gave $20. A considerable quantity was $188 were paid for pro tern judges and district M. Speed Peyton died at his home in effect of Morrison bijl will be to reduce left by different parties at W. B, Holmes nothing for pro tern attorneys. The Legls-latur- e Huttonville, Ky., Feb. 8. 188-1- , aged seven-t- y which he divides grocery for the same worthy object, taxation $30,000,000, ought to look into the matter of amount years, two months and twenty one days. Mr. Geo. A. Pingerly, of Philadelphia, the schedvlea as follows: Sugar, payiDg other men to do the business a spe- $8,500,000; ol the celebrated stallions Mes For the aatiafsction of his numerous woolens, $0,000,000; cotton, part owner cial man waa elected for. The last Legis $1,600,000; metnls, $4,000,000; chemicals, eenger Chief and liirczi, which have been friends nnd relatives living in different latnre reduced the per diem, but it is still $1,250,000; books and paper, $250,000; in this county for several seasn in charge states, I desire to submit the following too large or too greatly abused. earthenware and glassware, $1,000,000 of Mr. II. C Mock, was at Gilcher's Hotel brief statement: His wife had preceded him to that "land by colored aea are hemp and flax, $1,000,000; tobacco, $1 200,-00- Tuesday and Wednesday. He was accomThe papers edited provisons, $2,000,000; wood and panied to Kentucky by his friend Mr. beyond" the river twelve years. The imfor Fred Douglaw, who making it hot mediate cause of his death was & lung $3,000,000; sundries, $2,500,000; John Condon alto of Philadelphia. went back on hiri own race and married a Stephen Coppage at Shel- dlseaae that had been threatening his The arrest of white woman. One rajs "We have no articles transferred to free list, $1,400,000. In the Senate on Tuesday Mr. Voor- - by City on Tuerday morning between 1 health for years. Ilia life waa marked by further use for biro aa a leader. Ills pict of pounterfeit-ing- , prudence peacefulnes, generosity, unquesure hangs in our parlor but to day it got heea introduced a bill prohibiting aeseM-tnen- and 2 p'clock, on a charge among all who tioned integrity and an exquisite rense of In caused intense surprise t for political purposes by Govern4o theatable." There is no nse wounding the old man'a feelings. ment emyloyts, and punishing the giver cr know him. cIHi friends still think a big honor. If he had enemies, a seme of the tongue of ree his purity paralyzed woman's right woman the one making the demand. A bill intro- mistake his been made and that Mr. With a proach, so that tbe extremest tlmerity waa can not be Riiilty. lot is likely to be hard duced by Mr. McPherson provides for the for a wife his Mr. Edgar C. Newlin who for about never known to charge anght of wrong to suspension of the coinage of the standard The bill authorizing the two year has been local editor 6f the Dan- his unsullied name. In the esteem of hi Commissioner Dudley says that the to silver dollar. the war, construction of a hall for the accommoda- ville Tribune severed Lis connection with neighbors he was the very soul of honor., tal amount paid pensioners since io$C21,-07CongieMlohtil Library was tha' paper on Thnmday. He has accepted a Hnchfame he fairly won by n life of Indus-try3 tion of the isclndingtlecoatofdisbuiBement, generosity and christian integrity. which passed. In the House, a bill was intro- position in the tffice of Mr. M. L. Lum, 297. Wm there ever a country duced to extend (he bonded debt of the chief engineer of the Kentucky Central Such is the patrimony, more precious than defender, showed bo Hch gratitude to it United States at 2 per cent, interest. Rail Road and will go to Winchester gold or rubles, he has bequeathed to ten of whom never defended? Steford, Xy., An exi'loslon in a mine near Eist Feet 9 Inches. Riter-- 71 nte riorouriml Laftit From the View, Ky., instantly killed seven miners. T Cincinnati, 0., Feb. 14, 4 r. m. The The Ohio Legislature pawed a bill ' River waa stationary for several hours toand at this appropriating $200,000 to the Ohio river February 15, 1884 day, but again began to rise i w. Wire. -- where Mr. LumV headquarters are at nresent. on Saturday. Mr, Newlin has proved himself a capable newspaper man and the fraternity trust that he may find it to be to his interest to return to his first love. Town marshal Tom Helm btought a colored siul named Dave Able in from the Junction Tuesday evening and locked him for 10 days. Dave up in the work-hous- e very rarely drinks, but Monday was such a damp day he took a little just to keep out the dampness and finding the cordial so good he repeated the dose so often that a notion got into hi-- head that he could take the town. Like the False Prophet in Egypt, he swept everything before him for a time, but running agatnst the (own marHence his shal he met his Waterloo. t e whose sorrowing hearts cleave in unfaltering devotion to his memory. Ho became a member rf the Christian church about forty years ato and remained such until death. The associations of his earlier life bound his heart to that consecrated place so that hh request was that his body should be buried there by the side of his faithful wife. His life was symmetrical, no un couth angularities marred Iu harmonious proportions. His faith in the Savior was unwavering. He loved all christian men irrespective of sect and died in the hope of eternal life through the infinite merits of Jesu Christ. He died without any regrets over a mistaken life which eocVien cast their mournful shadows over men's last hours on earth. The Influence of his life can not ! arrestThat is immortal. ed by a grave. "Though dead he Jet speaks." May the purity of his christian life be reproduced in the lives of bis surviving children. "God be with them 'fl we meet again " W. L. W. survivingchlldien, LAXCAHTEK AfJTkKTikEIKnTK, " n. v. WATKir v0um LANCAHTKIt, KY. Offlcs OTr CUImdi Nttlcml Btna. Offit from S to 12 A. M. and ftum 1 to A r. M. L. V, IIUIIIItK. a. M, ATTOllNJEYH IIUUJJLE & UUIIDBTT. A.Y irA."!A KY. and adjolntc avaDRiT, .Y!l! '""I1" 'n Oarrtrd .oulntjie'u,fictiUr. csusiIm ,.., ENTERPRISE Grocery. ImnciiMter, Kciitucby, GEO. D. BTJRDETT cfc For Sale Privately rnr ! OO.. IIAV1 lee-son- k or "111 dlld If not kM 1 " rrorut llh ix'rcbftaml rvlltr, wrtl ft i(ud Ur uar Uiodunr, a ti"l bm, tUtln tnd An ihril uticl olrir nwrtstrjr out tulivllec kluudknt tnd cinrDlrtil Ac. tuca Th fnifliu on therirrk It lni.lt It uf til II. I'lrn- luoM-ty tf llrat- -r for Irnilr nrrxr tnd lo .u cihJ mwir Lcllnii l Cnurih. trhool and mill. I will tf II lb proiwrtj low tnd en rttr Umitto drtlrlnf a noma 7 lt-- .1- -i (cr air I uiy larni ol VI .4 CHKS, iHuumI 7 iollr p. K , ol Mcholutllle on lllctmin lit jrtMiuior coumr lire ! ton-dltli- m tnd clovr tod It In lautl It In blue-gn- u far mj irop tullrd to (hit ntt l the lUlc mil l tll tilthlr-- l ti proving lotaera tuic U'fllln of Tlie impruMHifnu romltl tf prltly Lately been Making Extensive Additions - -- ToThtlrHlCKknf .mt, potu el kn Ir It 1 1 IWSni.. .MWH..H. A. Mr loiuit I'uniiwrt. I will rn.t HirHitM 1 rtr JlKHNrKHlJKlt. UtbJj.r.U ,kt And now have tho Beit 8tock in Cen tral Kentncky. They have Parlor and Bed Boom 8eU, Carpet. Cane and Penitentiary Chain, Marble Topv CentreStand&Ex Woven Wine. Cot-tTop andHair V.iltVAIILK tension Tablet, en Mat-treaie- i, Stanford Town Lots for Sale. rrr r,.ntt!f ! TiU'.y i.ti , 1 Folding Bed n lonn-ge- i, n off r for ni- - iritilvly at - com-plele- lr g -- car-loa- ihrm lor Tbfy all went uponmw ho-oe fuiiutt or fti u.lymfnt ... , !h lerj lM tnd wot! Ihtt aud eei.itMrntly tllualfd lor mldn lo Hltnlord, bat rrr oflrJ lor ttlr inpltrtlt In tnd Hi tod it aj prlcw anr trniM-uiowtr ol lndunrloi uitn to ttturt on of tbtt mt. Thrrr lolt tr th Junction dttoi wliblla IMrd of nuruflr ot tiiu "lllun Ht if UuMril Mwi., iH't'.tt " "- fi'ii" htlf tir Mrr tbtn (ohm ol thtiitand t u llf tl lb Hi"lull ol of a u. btrdt ttllcnllr ktlrl Ivr v low rlf and Bedi & Coti, Wardrobe on and Bofai, and Everything Ehe ,,,r Kept in a Fint-claFurniture 8t ore. (riinuliKfd NiiKtir I'rlccn. trf.id in at 3R.. "VS7"ltGX"JS lu t, XW4H.O. and tbt tbe lani It n lt'fl tt lo rnulr no grtdlnc of from ry Wit cll uttrreaobc bd tl tdeplb TOtnWlMt. Tbty wiiltoM Wnonbit whiter"01" A iiiaptMbtii.tanMMwnal in J oBre ttrrli. whlth btluit ItM In bn ointd,i tbr bi'tdrtt andKrnturir Sltnlord of Mott Tbctoil it rkb tt toy in I. 11. ISnlriwiu .ulMlll,, Kr , Cincinnati, ariir fc Co., Ft.: O.. tod Iodlaiu,)ta, ,i,l,'( U"lhl tod ,i,d lltmlltOB ll.y. Obonliim rsutr. Iltno lr.lruui.oli ...Id tl print tnd Icimt to OraauJ Jt iuiw thttrn. Dop'lrti jour order till m prlrrt tnd urnit. ' l? W.U.Mll.r.Kit. Minfurd, ky. it-w- COMMISSIONER'S SALE iJ Fire.LightniDg&Tomaao I.NUI.A.CEr -- At MttUr Omimlloorf of Ibe CWy Clrtull Seven'First-Olas- s Court, I ih.il rrocwd tn cfTrr fcr al tt Iht door In UUriy Ky . lo lb hlhtl bldd tt public tuition, on Companies, &trt-renderin- .MONDAY, FBHKV.iKY 25, Co'inly i '8J lt IOWE8T EATE31 it-v- m jM UKLlUf, ib unim dll ol fo.lowltg drtcnWd dty lx tnd . twl j. ft. riut.ifN,Aet.,,inuti. jro-ily- e L d Ix-iriKtu- n 1 A Farm loni!tlujr of About 125 Acre . HTANKiKD. KV. Itnd, wttb a Pw llltrr Of tirn and W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor. ii..iiifn- - l.i.iik thro4i. other ncw.ry oulbulldiPjn, tod 30O Acre of t nml n line I Illiberal itoat neaJjolU.iH Vi.il".'"" mr ,n...,rr,...,, Hlioofhlis'IOiM, ."tin lent tbr-tKUht romi-lfttctt it m.o-n- f A Trtce lork lurupika rttd, tt.iut 10 mliw tclw Sritlnr cclty, Inrludlnc italler. K. III Andlhin nil- 111... .n.l k..n !i l.tl of to tw ttiiictloni. AddM well waleifd tlxl It one ld lirui (u.f.tiu. coutily tljf. Al In ,j ii.. m.ut ttk friua HoM Ill I. Wlllltmt the ttnr lime tnd lltce Arren n ifitlttutj of tboui HID Itnd I HICK'S ttiitUi th lloce Crek Klr if llien ArrrItnd adjoining l.tO Kl llmleieil thtift... tt.cUt .. iut! In a h h title ol cultivation, the two taireiuUiirK the wbl id what It krwwn tthe A l.on H ilimot ftrin tndt.iul4U ixn- A ret cf !.!! in Itnd II TTT. Mailer Ci,r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL iiT.t f.. A. OPERA HOUSE. ..n... n l lr i i - '' ' : LifoofGco.O. Barnes FOR S3.80. i'v ' n Stanford r FetHalG COllSrTO. i psd Wig-gintc- STANFORD, KY. With a Full Corps of Teachers, Tbtt Initltitloo wil oc tt d in n Hi Thirteenth Niiud Deal. tUiBlr ' ALL THE BUANCI1K8 OF A . the-uppe- THOROUGH ENCU3HC0UR3E Areuufbt, a well m MUBIC, THE LAKOOAOEB, DHAW. INO AND PAINTINO. TERMS MODERATE. , 140; Pre liatojy. IW. and Colleulal, rutular In Tuition, Drtmenu. H. range from tl& to lrluitJT, rj a.V In Intermedial o0. tb lb Ibe ttik lly ol ftc tluillet or t- prwludloot In tit- tnd robirol Ink "film iimI lncrtj tlniindeliy tbe l.ranne lit liliux-l- Iu blana-nt,jam iiiiiie, iiiuairalln In comitct firm Mt rtiiu iniiiKukit . iviuiilriu lilttorr r IU mtn i ne prune anr m 200 ntrr. ik. lnuii.it nature of th- - KvaiiKelltt and art maris fur--i Mr for the Out time In thlt Noli Ibe t)tr U bl ngrt-(;larguroenltiid til thu I'.lillrtl twra hlitorr, the lietrlaatii It I n full It It t Unk Ihtt thould I In rirrr Keiilurkjr boiue, tnd ibouM rerltlnlr 1 ewttU ly eerr conf tt of Ucore Htrnei, The l.)iA tan nuwbcir el for In than SI.SO. Mj HlaUrrtnKiiiifii with the author, who ualic leinorrd lo jg w York, hit lir(tly withdraws tnenirt,rheliok (It.ftO) tnd the Hkmi.Wixxiv IriTKtlKK J(ttKt.ii2i tr orrred togctkti lur theprlteof llarnei" alone, tha two for ii so. Addrett ii, H vi f - "Utihout erlp or l.ur.e, or. Tbe .omvtiJo Lttngellil. Omio. lUroei. The llliLrrtdn tontecrilrd Mfe. tbe Kecord of It.Sllml Thonble tnd t lUwk of In HuMIe t tleranrei." (H1o luud In beifltrd bordtind tlntol clotb miui Kilt motto on mter, am ism, itr enffravlac (ftorre II I'trn-- i lhot(1trtlureof Mtnr, mn U . ? ..ja.. "lllft alll.tiM.I fIIW It. II.- - i 'l rl lae m r.l iieaiina-ciiipier- M th"IJfof INTKkMR Joi-tNi- i; Ulanfortt, i.rnn, Ky. HK. Tor full particular!, aa C THUKHKABT. to Hoira, Ac addreaa DANVILLE .'Unford, Lincoln Prlncljml, Oo., Ky, STJE1HE TS HOUSE al PLANING MILL COMPANY Manuftcturert of I hurt unud the corner Hotel In Crab Orrbtrd, Vnowu tithe Ktritt lloute, n fitted and rtfurnith-e- d tlyle, gl-Jit and profote to run it In brtl-cltfor tbe dltiilay ol tbelr goodt and accoiuiuoilitlont In lentral Kenlucky. I will iiual to auy alio lia cbarKe of the Livery btabla and willfine nippllcd with tut tiormi and keep It lurnoutt, Thlt will not lnterff re with my iiitl atuntlon lo trtntitnt crtloiu. trateleri will find eplendld tainple Huf roomi con-stabl- e, Doom, NiihIi, ItlludH, lVintlow mid Door Frnnun, tiiKH, N KIoli!- - J Furniture and Undertaken Trade, Aa I thall cd- - Furniture and I ready al a!l lliuei U terie tboee needing uty itrTlcttiu Iho other cawclly. 2i5.3mi tlnue to keep a lull line f the lt troll Nhw J, II. HTKI'IIEXN, Orchard Ky '" Work, Turn- Iiir JLallic lVorlir Flooring, Celling, WchIIi- erbourtllitK, DroHHCil And other MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, Iiiimlcr, 0; wood-enwa- ro Propr ts This Old and Well - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Reputation, AND Building Material Alto Dealers Id need-Jesel- y Cop-pag- Iti it 8bali Proprietor ii Determined that be Seoond to no Country Hotel in the State in iti Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of Fanning JLumberl Call on na or wrlta for prtcca We are atock and will do our boat to plaaat you and qvality ol a aterial, their Queita. Vla jrlrw - IltaKaae will be eoavryed te aid fro the or ckarre, Merit! arronrnvdatleiit to CoramerelaniBTelera. The Bar will with the ebolceat alwaya Iratdt ot Lltaorr aad CUara. nr-idte- de-fre- e DANVILLE PLANIXO PanTllle, Ey, MX JUL C& ii' '..IJIJI Semi-Meek- By the Bev. J. M Bruce on the 12th Comr and pre our display of agricultural Mr. John W. Kirk and Mm. Susie Belle Fobmary 15, 1884 implement when in town. Bright & Cur-ra- n. McOlnnN. Mr Kirk is a widower of 45 Stanford, Ky., and will Imj remembered a the prohibition pAWitMiERHby the K, C. to Cincinnnati candidate for Cjogrecs a few years ngo. LOCAL NOTICES. are now landed in akiffiat the Burnet The ceremony took place at Mrs. Woodie Boy Paints of l'ennj A McAliiter. Hale's and Miwes Belle Tyree and Ithoda Houm door. ,Nice atoclc of blrthilaj card at Penny A Hall were the subscribing witnesses. McAliaterV. Ik to" wnt to fee something nice and In the office of Judge Brwn and by Hojr Cholera Cure. I'ennv pretty in fnncv candiejut tep in at T. Jos. Haab the Judge in hit. own peculiar style, Mr ko'.b amenta. A McAliater IIranI) new flock of every thin in the It. Walton'. ii William Cooley, a widower, ard Miss jewelry line at Penny A McAliater'. Nr.W Hamburg edging, plaid Nantooka, Eddie L. Atherton were made one flesh on Watches, Clock and Jewelry repaired India linen and lace curtains 0ened at Tuesday last. Among ihe large crowd and warranted by Penny A McAliiter. Itobt. S. LftleV present we noticed Mrs. A. A. McKinuey Foil coi'gh. cold, Ac, une CotnKjund W. II. Miw.br iold to Mra. E. W. Brown and Miss Lucy Burton, but whether they While Pine. Put up in 2rjc and 60c Syrup bottle. Trial Hire 10c. Mcltoberta A two lota for f COO and one to Geo. Mjer officiated as attendants we are unable to etagg. say. The bride u raised in Ohio, is nnd wife fur $300. : ii petite and pretty and a beautiful red satin PERSONAL. There waa but a small trade in Valen showed of! ber charms to perfection. Mr. Mr, J. E FaukhJ out again, after a tines yesterday. Our people manage never Cooley deserve congratulations on winnlog revere attack of pneumonia. to get excited about Anything. so bonnie a bride. Mn. Bogle waa taken no ill TuowJav When you write to have your paper DEATHS be had to return to hia home. lie sure tn enclose the money for At Mr. O. J Crow's, Tuesday, at the and Hquire I'ort-ma- n itopped Mr. H.B. Withers ou can be made to py alt anearages. ripe old age of 84, Mr William Potier. He went to l.ouiviIle Tuesday. for the piper 'till you do. lived in this town fur many years ar.d afterMr Samuel Warheji am wife, ol a long Danville, wrro the uet of hia brother, A numiier of our young men will adopt ward kept the Danville time. He had no blod relatives in this C. Warrtu. Mr. It. 0car Wilde's knee breeches proposition country. A "Hm PAUTV'at Mr. Leo Hayden'a and appear in them at the Itink yesterday wa enjoyed by & goodly num- We havn't heatd how the ladies will w RELIGIOUS. ber of hen and pullets. dress. Mil Elder Sweeney is holding a revival at Mrs. II. (I A word haa gone to Nich- The ICC. i making a round trip rate to Paris that bud resulted to 13 additiona to LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. Mm. olaavillc to visit her mother-in-law- , the Cincinnati Opera Festiral of $4.70. Tuesday. Blunders, who i Tery ill. Only 14 days more of the ConstitutionIhe excursion lut Sunday for the beneGl Eight youn ladie, clothed in spoilers al eion remains and the members are alof Ml. VerMh. M J. Miller, who wanted to see the Ohio on its of thoe while, were baptbed at the Mayaville ready talking of a continuance or an ad non, t here (honing the Farmers National great trur took in over 800 und another Christian church Monday night. boys how to run the bank. journed session till next winter. will protably run Sunday. Elder Joseph Ballon, of Stanford, has Mr. V I). Bali: and wife, who hate The Senate refused to agree to the been boarding at Mm. P. P. NunnelleyV, Theatrical Kobert McWade's mana- made an engagement to preach during a House resolution appropriating the paltry ger telegraphed yesterday that that artist. part of hi time for the Christian Church sum of to the flood uu"erers. The hare gone to Texaa for a short visit. Misks. J,B Fish and J. W. Brown, who i seoonJ only to Joe Jeflerson, if in- at Bradfordsville, and filled hi appoint- Houe i considirinc a resolution to Lebanon Stan, legal lumirmriei of Ml. Vernon, were here deed he is his auperior, in the great char- ment there last Sunday. the appropriation to $50,000. Later. dard. Wednesday, reluming from the Lancaster acter of "Rip Van Winkle," will appear at The Senate rcons idered it action and the Opern IIoue here Saturday night, Mar. paired the bill. Court. LAND. STOCK AND CROP. will 1st. A hill his been presented which proMr. O. H IIocker, Parkarillr, Pork, May option, is up to $18 0 in vide for the education of the colored accept our thank for the particular of the Tiinot'oii thecourtey of the cperator Chicago, corn E9J wheat $1.03 Kowaey-Bhearekilling, which the Dn-Til- at Moreland and Mr. W. B. Williams we blind childre of this Commonwealth. The It. H. Crow sold to A.M. Feland two sum of $20,000 i appropriated to erect letter give in full. hnre been enabled to bulletin the rise in thoroughbred bull calves for $00 building for that purpose, to be forever Mil Johh W. Ykiikes, of I)4nville, the Ohio river three times each day. Our r old Thoroughbred red bull, one of the most brilliant young men in people are almont n much interested in it repirate and apart from those occupied by for sale. Apply to W. E. Amon, Stanford. Kentucky, waa here on Wednesday on le the wbite chi dren.tn be paid In four equal s they weie in the late Senatorial strug W. M. A N. I) Lackey bought of J gal bjMneM. It i a pity o good a man i Kir- installments of $5,003 each, the last installM. Cofiey 12 head 3 year-olcattle at a republican ment to be paid when the buildings are WEareplcised to know that o many $43. completed and accepted by the board of Gov. James B McCheamy wm here of our young ladie are Incoming interestAt a aale in Ssott county, work mules yesterday, adding more Iriend to hi long ed in the beautiful art of painting, draw. The mantcement of children of brought $13C75; hog C cents and 50 bar- trustee. Lot. lie had lust returned from Bhelby ing, A both races i kept under the same officers. Mi Mary Varnon has a cla of rel of corn $2.40 per barrel. i. and Hncer counlie where, he reports, he 17 and a number of her pupils have execu George P. Downing, of Fayette, had BucK ten's Arnica Salre. met with grrat encouragement. ted painting worthy of very honorable 30 sbeep killed by hogs one day laet week, d The KreUt medical wonder of the world. to iedllr cur Eurm, Bruit, CnU, Ul- mention. and yet our Legislators are afraid to pis a LOCAL HATTERs7 cem, Ball Kheuin, reier Bores, uancera, rue, HevebaL sheep belorging to Mr. Thos. dog law. New candle at Metcalf A Owsley'. Chllblatni.Comt, Tetter, Chapped Hand and all and hia three sons of akin eruptlooi, guaranteed to cure in every William Stokely D. Hill were killed and eight or ten were bushel of Irish jiolaloes' Wanted. or mcotj reluodid. A poaltlre cure lor badly wonnded by dogs this week. Can't Nichols county, raised a twenty acre crop Bright A Curran. at twenty cents all riles. 2fc per boa. For al by 1'enny A the Legislature redeem and Immorlalite it- of tobicco that they Oliver CiiiLi.ru Plows at A C Mar- - self by putting such n tax on the worthier round, averaging 1,500 pound to the acre. Wideawake Dtvgghis. Gaines A Cloud, of Winchester, shipvarmints, that it will amount almost to tin's, Halls (Up Station, Ky. TennyA McAliiter are alwaya alive to ped loH. L, Graham, of Pinewood, Tenn , the total annihilation of them? their tiulnf m, and ipare no paint to aecure the Thirteen pound of tood New Orleans old tiwl of every article In their line. Tber bare sea car load of extra good two-ye1 at T. B. Walton'. sugar for f Harris A Mukdiy have for sale the mules, at $100 per bead and another car at cured the agency for the celebrated Dr. Klna beet yeast in the world, with directions for $97 50. New blicomj for Comurnptlon. The only cerA cnoM.vo from U.e St. Araph to the Cought, Coldi, Uoarte- uing it. We alao keep freeh bread, cakee, Lexington Court day was a failure. The tain cure for Coniumptloo, poeteffice Is the latent trel improvement. home-mad- e randies ard all kinds of fruits weather waa miserable. Only about 300 dcm, Atthwa, Hay Feer, Bronchttl, or any affection of the Throat apd Lunga. Bold on a poaltlve For fresh toodi and low prices we defy and confectioneries We do our own bak- head of cattleat the clock yards and no (uaranu-o- . Trial Bottle Ur. Recular atze, II. loaf bread for 25c competition on canned good. Metcalf A ing and will ell 0 sale. Mule were in fair demand and Ow.ley. to resular cnatouer. We do not think brought from $120 to $tC0 Ktt ApVtKIIKMK.ITN. our bread cin I beaten anywhere. Call and is dull owing to In Cincinnati trade The telephone lo lluetonvllle is again in working order, so bring and ee foryourelf. .., the Hood, (.'it tie are quoted at 2 to 4 DrrtCTivrs from Atlanta, (!a, were for common lo mtdlum; good to choice in your menage. bete TumWy on the trail of Charles A. butt her gtades 4 to 5; common to choice Wood-Workmen. A Flrhi-Cliianil then The Kink will be open Shore, for whom $500 is ctfrred fjr hi de- shippers 6 to 0j ticler ami feeders 4 The Valley Cornet livery to the (.fCcials of that city, or $200 lo clare for a reaun. pood fJ. No hogs aie being received. Thoce A KS-- lt houe and cardrn furnlihcd Apply to Kind will be out In force. It. it. VJtOW, Stanford, Ky. for hi ir.cireeration in any safe jJl in tbi on hand rell all the way from riJ to Scent. largest and most couipleti jine i f or any other country. A wan answering Sheep 'IJ to 5; lamb 5 to 5 cent. fur canned gocd in town and always at bottcm to hi description ptnt the night at Mr HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTT. figure at Bright A CurranV lit Curl!"' recently, but he waa lot sight i wanted for Rev. Kirk and bride were ihe guests C'OMKOliTABi.u reidencc with three of after leaving there. He DESIKUU.K STOKE -- ROOM of Mr. L. V. Shar,'e Tuesday nitthl. acres of land atltched, in Stanford, for sale the crime of bigamy and wanted badly. I'nder the St. Ataph Uotct. no occupied bj',tt. Messrs. F. M. Yowell and T. J. Kobin-soor rent. Apply In J. Bright. (iovrttNou Knott seems determined that K. Weaten. Call on cr address went to Cincinnati to (Main mi illusv ii. i va it 3i a .v, ti the CincionHti, Green River A Nashville Tun pay car of the L. A N wan up tration of the feasibility of Noah'H rk on at M. t POItT.U,t.. but we harn't heanl of anybody B'y shall get no aid from oountie or top of the mountain. Hi !nt act i lo town- - in it is eve i n getting killed at the Junction. Mefr. Dunn it Hlnrpe bought 19 m veto a bill entitled ' An act for the benefit ! mules at Lcxingtcn Ti ey added 1 or 5 Mil. K P. Ossi.rY ha bought the houe of the ton of Kianfcrd." He says that the horses at this point and proceeded on Wedand lo1, now occupied by Dr. Wilioo, of title of the bill doe not indicate its true u Taken iipaa aatrar tijr Rlchurd Erani, of nesday to Atlanta, Ot. Mrs. W. S. Hocker for $'2 'J75 Eph know purpose, countr.litlngV'a uitleiSouthwe tofStanford, the wticit is to uocaie H.C.Powell bought of Clay Mucuin the end of town to go to. to th: railroad common fund of thst A Keel Steer, or 10 Yearn Old, 30 acres of land near Carpenters S ation f r hin named and further objtcts to the bill for H, C.BiirwYii to rtcriee aa Appra'Milat (15. f 1287. He also bought of Mr. Suan J uit Ice of the I'eace Glfen under taj hand daya for ald couutr. ttiU 4th Spring stock of luitiig, of which he will the reason that ro voice in the matter is Wright 28 acres adjoining his other .TI. V. VOItTSIAN, J. !' ot January. Ih8l. AltMt; J- Hlin, Clerk L. C O. A copy. hare a larger atd be'ter tcck than ever. given to the people of Stanford. He says, for $1,000 rnd removed to his prop is true that the amount Involved is ina selection ' "It Call early and uialte erty on Wednesday significant, but the principle ii of inestimaOne feature of the marquerade did i ot 3E3 ! 7 Lewis Lynn, of color, w triid Ufre ble cunsuiuence." appear on the programme It seems that Brown Tumlay n a warrant cn'i:-loJude Ni:aiii.Y all the town are raining ! one of the waiters gave oflVnce to W. K. hlui with rarrvln (oncrnleJ tfpl.i for the tlood eufieters. Stan- Williams who responded by knocking him i'lie wialOdaj and coriMtitit and fc'eH to lake, ford should not lag beblod in a matter so down. The city exchequer was gaicef to Married man, he of thmt- ol Tohaccofurnlah ftrat character and in j til ud a dne of $25, which he will work Farm. Mut None other need apply. cUm leferenee. Let somebody eet the ball in mo- the amount of some $9. urgent. cir ..tfl per day. A. la., Addreu tion, Later. Judge Brown ha received Box IS, 8 anford, Ky. A came iff Wednesday to The Directors of ihe Farmers National a letter from Judge Maklbben, of New- decide between the dogs of Hex Held and Bank met Tuesday and reelected Mr. S. II. port, appealing for aid for hi people, thou- T. Curptnttr on one ride and thoe of Silas Shank, President, J. W. Alcorn.V P , Dr sands of whom are rendered destitute by Sandidge & Co. on the other. Two foxes J B Owley, Cashier and Win M. Urigh.1, the flwd. Absolute want, he save, pre- were started, each running in different diIJY TUE Teller. A committee was appointed tote-cur- e vail in a iirwt horrible form and be urges rections; the two packs separates! and both HE IT ORDAINED BTANKoan, CITY COUNCIL Or the service of a clerk. tat. That it (ball t unlawful for any person to immediate contributions of monev or pro- foxes got away and tie question is still unkeep a'ored In any house In the city at onetime Judge Brown will call on our decided. visions. morfl than filly pounda of xun powder. Tn u ten da jn of rain climaxed Wedne t 2d. That auy person convicted ol a violation Since the unknotting of the tangled Ihls Ordinance ahatl he flnel not less than five Uo weever citizens this morning, when we hope none day night In the hardest down-pou- r each ara nor chain of the telephone we have been in a oflenso. mure than twenty five dollars lor saw. Aflcrwarl it began to turn cold and will relareto contribute. i Sd. This ordinance shall taketffvet from It pat-confurion. The jangling bj morning the mercury had dropped 13 Shelby state of comical Counterfeiters Arrested. . JSO. J. JtrUOIIKItTS. City Clerk. and guatsofenow were coming from the City is all lorn up over the arrest of one of the hotel bells at McKinney calls our artisans from labor to refreshments before like real winter. Northwest, of her leading citizens as a counterfeiter. the refreshments are ready. The battle- - Trade Mark. MEKWIN'SSPECIFIC, liuildlng and Stephen Conpace, who has hitherto borne The subscription to the cry from the bloody fields of neighboring tThe Or eat English Remedy, Loan Association continues to grow nnd a good name, was forcibly arrested at 1 villages Is mistaken for a call to arms in the concern is now a 6xed fact; the mini- o'clock Tuesduy night by three men, who our own peaceful community. The clatter I a positive cure for Weak Memory. Loss of Brain Power, Nervous mum sum having been more than reached. had lone been camping on bis trail. He of the printing-pres- s as a clash Exhaustion. Seminal Weakness. reaches us Impolency, and General Iias of That it is a good investment no one who restated with all his power, but was finally of a railroad collision and the pious ejacu1'uwer ol the Generative Organs; Then secured and securely follow aa a nil ill will examine the matter can deny. from the JonnNAL office incline Before liking, qurnce illirun that Imprudence se- or ot youthful Dud Vaugbt, who is indicted in the Lin- lations the excesaol matured yeara, such A URKAT many people are taking advan- coln O.rcuit Court for the murder of C. C our citizens to doff their hats, under the as Universal Uwitude.raln la the Tr.loMrk. y that they were attending a Kit.-- , Dimness of Vision, Prema-lur- e tage of our ofler to send the Corkendorfer, wa captured near Milledge- - impression Old A K. and many otter meeting. Interior Journal for one year and a copy villc on the same charge and two of the prayer that lwd to Insanity or Consumption, In all cues of Kviiala CRAB ORCHARD. LINCOLN COUNTt, of "Price's Life of IUrnea" for 3.60, ti e Kinder bjvs, George and John, and the Weakness the Specific acts like a r. or fidln price of the book alone. An order waa re- quarttt Uken to Louisville on the 3 o'clock The turnpike from here to Lancaster, charm restoring lca a brllllaut Klvlmr lo the eye ceived Tuesday from England for two Thomas Harris and Thomas and from here to Chappel'e Gap have been and snarkllnc brauty. to the cheek A. M. express. thert-- y olooomoiueaiin. After liking. and two books. Brown, a couple of sbjewd detectives, work- condemned and the gates thrown open. Is sold tir all Druggiat at aur.Merwln'a , or six packages) for $5. Also by The old friends' and neighbors of G. tt per SackSk-oThe young ladits of the Preibjterian ed the case, but it took them many months mall, postage free, on reoelpt of price. nirilfutars In ixtnrhlrt. which will be will give a concert, "The Peak to secure sufficient evidence to warrant the W. Llnglnfelter whoreIded hen- for severchurch milled frro to every applicant. Addreu all. comFamily, or Kine Old Maids," at the Opera arrests. It is said that the dies were also al years, are grieved to hear of Ills untimely munications to the e manufacturer, coinII'. It. HKU WIS, M. D , Detroit, Mlcb, death and extend to the bereaved family Houte Tnesday evening, Feb. 10th. Ad- captured and that the kind cf money fold In Stanford by Penny A McAllster and all gold their hearttelt sympathy. , 25 1, Doors open at ed was silver dollars and Irrnfloau everywhere. mission 50c: children la an oris The trustees of our high school are re o'clock. The following ladles will take pieces. It aV stated that there 7 IMIir-- ItllVT. N6 rrcrarallon. ganized lunil stretching from the Ohio riv ceiving bids this week to paint the build I. aiiyrl'wapttilurmaik. UhI part! Mrs. A. A. McKinn'ey, Missrs Flor-enc- e Inranvl t ,c Pubularfurdrror. Trnehtart, Lucy Burton, Annie and er to the mouniaiuH in ttie ntfarioua buai ing; also subscriptions from friends and paatlve ok on mm. rr-- l kI Cm. irniiinl.MrjSAI. it Diplomat. are but the be- - trons to purchase and set out shrubbery K Inhl thiHiOOsciin. hulil brail Mary Brown, Mattle 1'nxton, Annie Mc I new and that tuee Hrrets ginning of hundreds mere to follow. lrui;Klt,MaUoueri X ' s Ant's. nnd otherwise enibellWu the grounds. Kinney, Lettic RoctfrMer anJ Sue Helm. .s -m toll-gntef- ls Intcriorloncnal Horn to the Hi. ife of Wm, Logan a 10- - MARRIAGES. daughter. E W. Jones, our popular druggist, is making quite an improvement by tearing away the old plank shed in front of his biiines4 house. He intends pointing the front and replacing the old shed with a nice awning. W. It. Dillion sold to W. T. B. While one yoke scrub oxen for $85. Judge Stephen Bnrch and John Bright were here on 12th Inst, surveying the Isnd sold by the Allison heirs to the C. O. Springs A Suit Co : there are about 70 acres the price paid was $25 per acre. There has been a petition signed by nearly all the citizens of the town and sent to our Senator and Representative asking also an for an act giving us a work-houact to repeal an act exempting the Crab Orchard Springs property and the hotel property of Mrs. 8. A. Jliggin, near the depot, from town taxation. It was our good fortune to be a guest dinner party of James Mc at the birth-daAlister Cirson, on the 12th inst. The dinner km a mo-- t bountiful one; everything that could tempt the. appetite of the most faxtidiou was served and wn gotten up and presided over by Mm. Capt. Moore and .Mrs. W. r. Kennedy, which is assurance! 'enough that everything was first clasa in every particular. May Jim live long and be able to have many more such dinners. 3. BRIGHT -- k fc CURRAN, IIETA1L- - WHOLESALE la. JLXJ -- ss TT AND DEALERH IN Harware, Queensware,; Stoves & Tinware, Jr, A Full Line of Buggies, Wagons, Farming Implements and Grass Seeds, Walter A. Wood Harvesting Machines, &c, Constantly Kept on Hand at Bed Rock Prices. Our Motto is "lower than the Lowest," And we will Guarantee to Save jon Money iryett will conic and gel our prices. t n le two-yea- Wr-rante- i0 MgM A Cn raan. 'Mc-Kinr.- m w 1 1 For Rent! nn WIT NOT Wed-cvfda- Go where only one price is charged for goods and that STRAY STEER Lin-col- tos pur-cha- re THE LOWEST LIVING PRICE, - TJ T J.TENANT 3D e 2JJ-3- 1 CITY OKMWAtfCE. Where liberal buyers can get goods just as che.ap as those who "Jew" and a child is given as good bargains as older and better-poste- d persons? That place, yon will find, to be the store of 8- -t m 1. 1. hand-cuffe- Semi-Weekl- dla-rM- vIk-o- c aur-Vu- ll Who makes a specialty of retail prices on Groceries, Provisions, Confectioneries, f; Hardware, Glassware, Queensware, Tinware, &c.,&c., . Wil i . is. a wi I five-doll- 200-ly- I Coknek Main & Somebset Sts Staneoed, Ky. Hi- "the prims run tuk sam u. nvKDicrr. i. w. niovrn, of life." Who invonted that mocking nCJUDBTT A DHOIViV, phrase? Some subacid cynic, doubtless In Shstp, Runla and Turkey Bindings. un-i15, 1884 SuVo'nl. Xy uruivw Beciuee it is not the prime of life, by any r MT. VERNOK, KY. And all Bilious Complaints 'WEBSmfeS' means. At forty your hair at the (em lOMUHtmjJIEW" ; pies U whitening; at forty your "figure" is Bale to take, being purely veaetable. no grip-In- ir. M. PEVTON, wCamr wfrtf lVary rvamen rVaif0 or Letters that nerer lr1rMrta. All Dnnnrutv v TDICTIONAwfwpntiMn broadening; at forty you begin lo be ctlled uome MTANKOltD, KY. Will uracil In the L'uiirlt of Manila an I .l. "a harmless old fellow" by your pretty ii. "I'orh.ip. you doc't know it, but the Joining countlea and the Hujxtrlor Court and Court (HrVfi and their friends, A most dipgnst-in- g neices ol Appeala. vclal attention pUce to e the traRnliei of real life like a tocollctloni. THE STANDAJTD. OfflreoTer t lilt National Dink 111 lime of lift! When with dignified panorama it riht here," sald'a poetoffice IX'nri w"bp-- h 118,000 MopJk, THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 3000 steps you march toward your yawning unln Wrir bjfore .he general postoffice build htbitua Illoirriiplilrial Dlrlloimrr., ALEX. ANDEBSON, And the 1,ouItIIU are at least an obgrave at seventy-five,yo- u Stanilanl In iwtt rr.ntln oin in on Prtc row. a. ATTOKN13Y A.T L,A."VV, nV n'J.OOO copies ill l'ul.ll. &i,ool, ject of recpectund reverence if tou have "How could one nee tragedies in the DANVILLE, KY., Hln0 tilif any other enM Courier-Journ- al money. Your white locks snd your snowy ' Will ipractice Id the Court! of Boyh ao J adjoining XX,G1Ptait.)makeiFHiiillr Inlr'llAenl pwlefficr 1 JCOJ On rer for otilr 83 two Pjwri tat IHlU lle.t lielp Mr MCHOI.AIIS, COUDtll aud In tbe Court of Appoala. beard crown vou with the majeuty of old TKVCIIh'llSaiU.SCIIOOlA. more man Ihe jiriceml one. G'Waltfa'b'Tt! Theirire ithe forelnjl; dldn'tVv m elntor la Plan Jarl Aothorily w'th lhi U. H. fcjhe lelt that something was ureauiuuy, But to be forty I You are neither young rtterrwjodow'; padple come here to"Set Nupranta Court. Ilrwimmnded J. B. FIBII. Br paring mil Its salt rour bonis paper rnti rill Ouarlrr-Joarna- l,far on ilia wt Jivtv. Court Hup'ta nfSchuoti In 90 H!Xs. by U Htatei coming all the wrong, and the desolation of despair be nor old, Your hair is prper-an- d foreign letters. The; are with lh And Matter Commlaalouer llxkrutle Ci milt " A lilBRABY IN ITSELr." MT VKKNUN..KY rrntrarnutlr ntwipjtx-- r of llieKoulS. democrat- color. Your speech has becbme.iln spite lb time. It in an unending procession of tir-.- .i gan to settle about her. and for a tarltf for rewnun only, an.l th twet, Thj latoit otlltlon, In Ih tjiiantltr "f mll.'r It Will rractloUtUbe lkkcuU Court CoIIk- . n oU In stilted sentence; m t coriUln,lj belleirdlo b Iho Ursaat rlumo woeklr In brlcbtiiJ aUaalfaullv In exanalne lbs Untied tlom ilaltjr. Office la Court-bou.She clung to him convulsively, and in of TOUrself. set , (IX puWiihe.l. a aample who (inlrr PIM'- - Tr)o W did. There was ft woman leading a' the silence of the night the beitiog of perhaps would flirt, but in7 trie 'attempt rpr of (lie Courier-JournIIIim 300 mora Wordaand nearly Uir time ran ilo at thllofoe. LEE T. HUFFMAN. f of Kngravrgi in aujr othsr Ameri little girl She was waiting her turn to her pure young heart sounded like a bass you meet with dire disaster. This entercan Dictionary. U'EW THE LOUISVILLE WEEKLY prise is Wet with tbe giggles of girlhood, HTANKUttD. It I am trefprantii4 reliable tab out- XY. link at the window. She was dreed in drum solo. uv Oaiik Ma u.in UMW i"W rVll .v. !" kit.t MA 0OTI matter to the whole) family- .- J S. it trail, ruitr black. She had a pretty, sad faco And the cold December mooarand the and you are driven ignomlniously from he f WARMLY INDORSED BY . PnPtk NIlroliB Itltdaa flaa .t im Ifrtfakfl Kia Site twinklinjrarfrgrsUrted-a- t t He Hovers as if scene by some "masher" of twenty sumwith a few prematura wrinkle audi high nuthorltloa aa qalrod. JpnoGRKssivK, rortLAR. Oeo. lUnerun, mers. The real prime of life is whin It. W. Kinerann. mey were new circus uiusjusi put uj. Joocea tnoawi; nervous, anxious, .lohn f. hlttleir, '."' .' Best i?.hvVf".!?0.y,,Jr' site got a chance and want up aod-pNot a word spoke he. nor.did he give a your muscles are like twisted cords of tic Tho Cheapest and tho family Ncwipaper In OK W. D. PESKY, W.Il. HowMla, J -South, . ... -- uiJ. O. Ilotlnnd. v? .r (you care untlHt, her held down to lift JlttleluolefT sign mai ti.?".!?-" '.n;rt Jnniew T. riolda, iit4uu buic io i finest Besemer steeltime) don't your much ONLY YEAR. BTANFOnD.'KF.NTCCKY about girls at that Jlf r" A.l,.,?t VUythineioYMrJohn and ?" lung three meals a day. ""' Mrah. -. KempP Halt!JnjT.IIrrli. Of3c orvr Kbt S Ljrtle'j ttore Olh t bour All th Vew AcTifulturil Deparlment-C- hll like tbe bellows that blow the smelting Iren'i Which he was. That's all we could bear. mm Stall A M.andlioir M ' ''awilnec PU1. Cornercomplete. Uaikel lleporu-iuuk- lioj AatbtlC4 ad v.J'tJ'.V.i" ?on k'f fairly up to Lu -and th Uuctl. bring It ing 'IM-ltnlnlilereil vnen nrcMarr ytou have only to ray one ion.M OtoriM. "Nothing," 8id the voice of the clerk, At last her pent up feelings could be re- furnace; when Tho Unabridged la now anpnlM.a. aan.U .! .with, a sob as pretty thing aud show your white teeth INTERESTING, INSTRUCTIVE, USEFUL, delay. pressed po .longer, .and, alier a moment's To Old and Young allker 8ubrlt for II. dltlonal coal, with lIKXIHO VS lecture onrthe ifundaiueutal twist up the ends of your ycuthful mus IIOX. A. CJ. TAIillOTT Tii,wiman stepped back as if the clerk's PATENT REFERENCE INDEX, fehe"looked-fdbw- n a concepts "of modern phllosopbii thought, tache, and pretty girl you want jut ICmilliatfjr Cn;reu In lli'a dHti1 , btaniablo and time earing InTrnti a. voice had hurt her. Jeil to the action of lh ,i!'JP prrtat rrviij.nj moment and (hen feeling hemelf jpstled by she threw her arms about his neck and sighs ones and tumbles into your arm. lhat haa Won mad Una bun lrdin rart." ) B. C. MERRIAM A CO., fub r, hpnng1,.d, and the Lang-tr- y That is the prime of life It m all over noose other anxious applicaot;f7BhrunkaII moahedthrvugh her tears Hm. when yon brgin to cll for your dinner ami together and went away like aljliost. bang: "Do you dee anything in tla ?" aaked "Oh Henry, Henry, Henry Johnton, grumble at the beaklat buttered lokl m companion. you do not love me. I am no more to When you have become judge of wine it TUK I.VTKUIOll JOUK.VAI, is indeed time to leave the arena and lo Not much." you than a trade dollar!" gladiator's gilt of tre sTiLksi 'Fifteen off,"-- he,saiJ in regretful tones, accept the wcrn-oI "Well, she has been coming for a month, & tfea day after ever steamer. r;he expects and with a far away look in hia cold, wooden sword. Ho; v trjr Kintl at letter from her husband and nho will nev- hazel nut eyes Chicago Something Sew in Railroad Tickets. i'liy prlccH. , , er Ret it" "Say not so," sh"e cried, "say not so!" A new kicdof a railway ticket is coming "VVIit?" "Not o" he answered obediently, but to the front. It U best expUincd by takW. 1. 1VAI.TO.V, TUB OAM'LINB IU.SNIN t "Because when he went away he never again with that painful foreetiulne so ing tbe Grand Trunk as an example. That intended to write. He went nway with an- sad in the young. road prints a book of tickets containing AND SOLID THAINS other woman. The wife hasn't discovered "Dear heart," she cried, "why are you 1,000 or 500 or 100 or 50 tickets, on a page, the deception yet. You sec, he left her silen7 beakjto me." r ticket good for oue mile, Thece tickeach "XT LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO with a kiiw, promised to write by the first iHeshiverelAdeepT livid'shirer. f v ets are smaller than postage stamps, twenty ' flow d'y' do, "Ma'ry? Are"you well on a sheet and perforated lou tan buy steamer and she hts been counting the Tib. Branch of I. A.V K It arrira la OKTI-- Y this a tragedy. this evening?" And the cf two, twenty or a thousand of them at a hours ever since. In Umeto take the ertoing train of th tw!.til. ' Monoa The Kew TVaterbvrT VTtl h Pleta VTindln?, KI'kM is torn to 'pieces slowly Ills loot was urther away man any pre- fixed rate, and the company on its part i llout and co through lo heart Whenever BV ra nl nmrlo.ttl keep Ct, bnt,om, ii LTIIK Wol.LUOi.lS,i. tine 111.TAIL1UI (JrfPncflHtle, Crawrortlnvllle, Ijtrajclte by villa.ny the're'ia traiedv. vious occasion. -- Till: MOdT DEalHABLC KOUTE T- Obound to accept one cf them for eveiy THE COMMERCIAL FOR ONE YEAR ANO THIS ana Chicago without chanjre. "The clerk at the window gets to know "Henry, Henry, you do not love me I mile you travel. You will not be required WATCH FOR ONLY $3.50, THE TWO T1MK TABLE. FOR THE PRICE OF OSE. some ofithe sad, white faceathat come reg- know you do r.oU Whydo you treat me to tell the ticket teller where you want lo The WkterhurT Wtlch CommiiT hu NiiImiI fialTy fTAIIUM. Uifly" ni. ularly. ThereTs an'old woman who some- so? Why are;you so old?" go, you will say give me a hundred unite, laliea (ef mkin the Imt etirin Wnehln Ih -Wocll, And decidedly the Popular l'wute, aSjrlia. aj I rr lnl not one it mun rj witliotil Let IuliTllle II pu i tt i ro he cried, fired a it were to or twenty mile, or a thouaaud miles i d fir is dt wnl I ciref lUT'rfgiiUtfl Ithi iil-27 tmure dur. leaa change and auperior times ahl there she is now, standing over an "Aha," o,uaiU,..jaj t Arr Ortvmaitlo. rust 1 01 ro 1 01 pta with wmlin.? ar 3 a a ra there waiting for her chance. Look at freDzy by her words, "Aba, what is it get on board and give the conductor -- Thltone irn farmer wilt li,t for Tare. Wairh.lhe 04 p m la CrawfrllU.. Vtfh,the M ner'eAitkMl Mmouri, Iowa, Kaniai, Term, Lafayette I.atnrrr'eHat.h, I ha floj'i - ItJaui 4 12 pui ich, tb UJl'e her." you eay?" -t, V) r rtKodtS W.tfb Cbin4i enough of the little fq tares to carry you lo V) p m in We both stared at her in silence for a IJpon reript of MM bj rrttere.l letter or mene? The Norlb, North weet and Wret Is fact. If you "Why areyou so cold, darling?" ordrr, tbe Wtteh w II be frwrdrttr mtll or eiMm cootatnplate a trlin any dlmttoa, your Internet Tbe luixt dlrivt rmite. with an It your destination. 1 ,s.aMnr moment. She must have been 50. But with cbarget prepaid, and tho (OMMEKcIAL wul U will be i'ierTt ny purrbaele your tlckeu Tla i far, to alt rlnu lo U lniln, Minolta. Iowa "Because, girl, I have left my overcoat f ir cue jut, oeiai. tree, There will then be no such thing as layK 0. and Cincinnati. 1'uIIuias VCac i are, Ui j, tut further luloruiiti.n. ahe was" U11 hearty,' ave for 'the traces of at my uncle's, and the thermometer is over tickets, or trouble of getting tickets gant Saw Day Coacbe. and h.u lmety furnlah ML'ltltiV KKLLLK, U. a, ANOTHER OFFER. sorrow and toil on hei brown old face. 275 degrees Fahrenheit, ,tt LouUtllle, Ky ei jteeiming Chair Can lorta the btlow zero!" For a rttib tf twelTePub-icrib7to the WKF.Kt.T OM lUllable, thereby making changed, or loss through tickets not ued equlpmenla thta There was a watery expression to her eyes up ltlu, And he strode away under he twinkling there little tickets will be as good as mcn.'y, COMSlKHllAL nd chariottb riur with of thelluo atrip orer thla Una on ol luiurloua cjouflrt an J will l all prepaid, one t lb pleaaura. Try It iffiho was4used to crying. Sh.e.was poorWatchei, which will roet tl4aiiTher and eterinbere, star, leaving tbe girl alone with the cold and always current. Th road on its put tkad for eanipln copiet and fi lo work, TIME TABLE. IN EPKKCT NOVKMUKR t5. 1SU ly clad. A faded shawl was wrapped about December moon. Adlrm Tito herein la 30 minute eUwer thin lime will be duly protected from scalpers ai.d THE COMMERCIAL, and on one of the fingers cf CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO HI. her nUou'ders heretvfort glTen. MerNo man is jealous of the moon. the like. The new system has received LOUISVILLE. KY. her bronzed hand shone an old wedding-rin- chant Traveler. the indorsement of the better class of pasNv. a. I No. II 04UTM. Ho. S worn very thin, She Refused Princes. sengers, agents or trawlers, and his bttn week and aaks for a J? CARTER'S ''tita comos once a Le. Oorlnjton .. 7 4) an 3 41pm . ..... ' Mita Ayetj daughter .of Dr. ''Cherry adopted on several of the western rosdi " luiuutb. KliiU 4 It p in lettetvfrom Frank," said my companion. " Cynthlaoa. 10 2w a tu S It p ml Pectoral" Ayer, who Is as sensible as she ITTLE Arr. l'arU-- .. .. "butelia never gets it." lOUia tw p to) ... This la from the N. Y. Sun: "Mr. ii pretty and rich, was married TuesIM p m . II 00 a ta Lie. l'rlt Washington, PhiladelphiaN.Y. "Who's Frank?" Blackburn's eloction is greeted with reArr Lexlofton.. II 15 p ra who can he be? Frank's her boy. day to Commander Pearson, of the Ameri-ct- n marks like this: "Well, I'm glad old Joe's "Well, -00 p IP ... ... Th only tin running 1'arlt. Lt. Mlllenburg. .. Navy. Miss Ayer has f 10)00,000 In . ( a p ta .... .. All you've got to do is to look at her to got it." Old Joe is immensely popular, . Carllila IHpir . PULLMAN HEW 8LMPDT0 CAItS know the whole s'ory. It's the oldest story on her own right, and this fact has made her and beyond an occasional outburst of noI 19 a ml Arr. Majirllla. she nursed him; she the would-b- e prey of many fortune-hunterrecord. She bore him; 1' rla. a Lt. Wlnchealar .. 13 Srp ra INpa ble rage, when, according to the peculiar j " m 7 40 put though it is raid that those who sought wept and prayed over him; she poured in " Klchmond ... 1 61 p di 1 W-- p rat J a p ra methods prevailing in Kentucky and Virthe young lady for her wealth soon became I 30 p til ;... " Ijocaater .. lOOpat to him all the affection of which a mother ginia, be wants to take his enemy's life and I 4 40 put Arr. Mtanlord June 3 00 p raoM " to capable: She worked till bar finjiers captives to her beauty and accomplishafter for the widow snd 6Ic!c Itradache and rrilr all tlii tronbtea Inciprovide forever No, 17 No. 1 No. I. Norm. it billuua atato of tho rattm.auch LoaUvllle, Clnclaaall aad Lrx Don't you see all that? The ments, and would willingly have married orphans, Mr. Blackburn is a very amiab'e dent to Nanara, Srowainre, liletrraa aflrr aa bled for htm. eating, 9 00 a ra IJ M p m ingioH, MyM I.t. HtanfordJune Piln lit tho Si Je, Ac. Wh to thr'r moet remarkfirst thiog.be did when able was to get her without dowry. Prince Philippe, of person. Mr. Carlisle says he is delighted ' Lancaater . 40 a ra, 1 JO pa able tnccata hx bcea horn in curio; " hlcbinond . . 5 40 a m II 23 p m 3 Dp m Bourbon. sought Miss Ayer, and when be into dugract). Then the whole world turnat Mr. Blackburn's election, and is as hila " Winchester.. T ov a m 3 OS pm . ., Arr. I'arla- - ...... 7 53 a m 3 60 p ra ed against him. That is, the whole, with was refurel went Insane with despair, and rious over it aa a man with the lumbago . 3 4U a m 13 W p tu, . .. . Lie, Marirlll oat exception. The poor old woman stood for Bcms time u confined in a lunatic asy- can be over anything. The Speaker U in Coonoellog In earn depot with ful train lor " Carlisle .. 7 10 a ra 1 M p ro by him. She was getting along in life, but lum. Count Bettini, who experienced a the grip of that good old malady, and He.vlaehr.yrt Cartrr'a Little Llvrr PlUaaro rqnally " Mlllaraburi .. , 7 M a ui 3 V p m valaablo In Conatlpatlon, curing and prcrrtiting Arr Parlt . .. .- 'Matn'HOpm she doubled her work; she toiled night and like refusal, shot himseU, but finally recov- Mrs. Carlisle has inflammatory rheumatbla annoying complaint, while they aleo correct 7 00 a in 3 00 p m all dleordrra of tha itomach, atlmnlat the llTrr Lt. Lexington day; she hoarded her penniw; sbe denied ered from the wound. Dukes and Eirls tism in her arm and shoulder." .1 7 M a ro 3 bO p ini " and tb bowel, ttrcn If tbry on! curod The Direct Ronte to tynchbure, Dan- herself the necessaries of life, but got mon- by the score are numbered among tbe vic7 &3a m 2 30 P ml " Paris..., TiUe, Norfolk, tims of Miss Ayer, and a good part of tbe v.jnioiana..M. a o a m i3 p m Tfaii u an editor. He is a favored son ey enough to set him at liberty and let him talraouth....l 9 33 a ro 433 p mi. 11 10 a m, 8 10 p ui .. over again. He ought to have nobility of England and the continent t of fortune. He rolls in wealth and has no Arr. CoTlnrton.... commence been the comfort and prop of her old age. siid to be in mourning over the announce work to do. Ob, no. He nerer works. He Ache, thrywonldbealtnottprlceWt to thoo who No. IS Lt. Las. ft 4 J a ra, Arr. MareTlll 1 40 a m All Virginia and North Carolina No. 37 Lt. 101pm, Arr Maytrllle S to p ra dUtrceelng complaint; bat Points. Hi wasn't. Hut she never upbraided him. ment of her marriage. But she turned onlr edits a paper. All he has to do is to offer from this their Roodnedoe not cud here, and tboeo No. 2S Lt. MayaTllle A 4l a m. Art. 11. M a ra 44 p No pill Tain Lt Arr who For tickets Alt she hungered lor was Hia love. AH aside irom titles and put her sit down and proceed to edit. He has on- able onco try them wilt And tbcae little be willing , No 23 I.T. MayaTllle p13 1) An ra Kalmcxith 73 00 p ru your nearest and further Information apply to ( pro no many ways that tbry will not Cot S 00 m. In ilcktt office, or addren No A Lt. Falmouth 3M a m, Arr Cot, 7 3) am she asked of him was to do right. But he hand in the grasp of a Yankee Commo ly to look over a few hundred exchanges, to do wltbont them. Dili auer u I aict ocaa No 3 and 4 dally between Klchmond Iiloloa V. J llsao, mail-baW. K. AKXIIMI.r full of letters, write a never would uo rigui. rmauy ue wint dore. This is praiseworthy and truly com toy with a and CoTlngton; all others dally eiopt Sunday AdrertlslDK At , Ticket an,l Artr mendable, but there is one thing that did half dozen columns of able articles, be very HtOVt MilBNt.,LoutsTlll,:j. a wy, taking hor last dollar. He had to to Spooial 4 profound or felicitously humorous at a IIe 11 ul in fact. But be told her he not look well It is not the part of go.' W. HM1T1I, H. W. rCLLKB. I thlbaco of so many live that hero la where we (Ha'l ManaMr, O.o'l 1'aas'r AfcfU and sweetness and lad? like moment's no'ice, know everything and make our great boast. Our pill euro It whjo For ticket, rates and Information rnrUlniaj to wa going to reform in a new land and be a KichmonJ, Virginia. Ac, to give the names of one'sjre-jecte- d please everybody. It is simply delicious. other do not. Lircr PiTIs are very small and time, connections, W. D,c alt on or nlirrn Aosxr. tuan'audotnd bick soma day and. take Carter's Lltllo MrKOBEItTS. suitors to the public. Who told the Happy mm. He lives like a king and Terycaiytotl.e. Onoor two pills make ados'. ciTd of her. And she saw blm off; hung on ritanfjrd, Ky. ' Tbi y en trict!y vtj; tablo nnd do not grfrx or EROWN. rLA O. W. Ht.NDEH. I'eoplen Paper. . purjre.butbytb r pntlo action pleaee all who his neck; could not tear her old arms anay, world that Prince Philippe and Count sleeps on a bed of roues TAKE TnE- Huwrlntondent 0n'l Faaa. Irt. At Ufa them. Int IsUetiJSrrntaj Ht forfl. r3uU LoTimrun, nr you know, btciuie she hadn't anybody in Bettini and all the rest had been given the The tin mines of Virginia are opening j by diusguits tvcxywlurc, or sent by mad. Kt At flEO II McKINNhY.Trav. I'aw 4 "sack'' by Miss Ayer? Did she or did they ? , the world but Frank." Mtanlord Ky vein 25 CAKTfilt MKDICISE CO., New York. grandly. Therois a If the latter, very good; if the former, we he will come back some timt?" 'Well, in the lilue OHIO & MISSISSIPPI 0. feet wide on the property "No; bli bones are lying white in the only wish that this independent, thorough- Kidee Mountains, in Rockbridge county. going, American girl hadn't bottom cf the Guf of Mexico. Thai's It is like the to called "sto:k works" in ' Chicago News. where Frank U, a'ad the old woman comes done it. Cjrnwall. The analysis shows GS per cent. KO TIIS recularly to look for her letter that will Horrible Fatt of a Negro Who Sought Shelter of ore. Associated with the ore is silver ' In a Car. never come, You'll see a good deal of the exA horrible discovery was made Monday and gold. The tin area of Virginia life'at' that wicket, if you emotional side of Labor tends over about 11,000 acres. New York morning in a box car on C, N. G. & T. P. raoat anow how to interpret it." DEALER IN Riilway. The car was what is known m Unionist. World. 2. a boarding car, ued for section men, and A new religious sect in Boston holds that ! The Schoolmaster of our Republic. HardirHrc, IIorHo SIioch, Groceries, NuddlcH, had been for several weeks In disease is caused by the absence of Qod "When our republic rose, Noah Web. NiiIIh, Iron, tuftCiiHwarc, IStiKRy lVhlim, the yard at Ludlow, Ky. ,It was locked, from the body and that it can be cured by nNCINNATI. the Ea." tex became its schoolmaster. There had and IIiiracHH, Cano ailllM, IJ'iKW U'hcclx, NtovcH, 1'arlor Cars to Cincinnati and an employe had reason to open it, the passage of the divine aflluance from the and Palace Sleeping Cars lo (. Inclnnatl. Waihlnn-tonever been a great nation with a univerSpokes, Cider AIIIIm, Lap Graicsi llaltlniorf, rhTladelphla and New York wit fi. when he as nearly overwhelmed by a well to tbe sick as they sit with their spines n out change, sal language without dialects. The Ntoueuare, Corn .Shcllcrn, Collarn, is laid to number among its can not talk with a man from horrible stench issuing from the inside. in contact. It Investigation discovered a negro, who was votaries people of influence and prominence Cornwall. Ihe peasant of the Ligurian Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plows, Wooden and plBe ?Wr&T.V..SV. still alive, but whoeefeet and legs were and Borne whose names are as familiar as g Appenniuedrivee his goata home at even-inCast Pumps, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Roof ' words. oyer liills that look down on alx prov literally decomposed, Medical aaistance household ing and Guttering will have prompt attention. A girl on exhibition at Chicago has ten dialects be can epeaic. was at once summoned, but a careful in inces, 'ndneofwhose vestigation waa for the time impossible. fingers on each hand. If she ever gets Here, five thousand miles change not the from I'ULSVILLK The euflerer told the following story: He married and allows them to toy with the Bound of a word. Around every fireside, ..nn'l,1',Vd..nS INUIANAI'OLIsrCHI lo had entered the car one night several weeks hair of her husband In the usual marital Cu (??.a ,,b" NoHhi lth Dy Coaches and in every field of lt. dining Chair Car. through wlthoutcbange. and from every tribune, ago to sleep, ,and wbilo there, was acci way hia bead is liable to grow bald in a arid eyery factory of toil U heard the deutly locked in. The weather was very single matinee. Bismarck Tribune. tOOIt AT THIS J same 'tongue. We owe it to Noah Webster's He has cold, and he froze both legs, and ,thus lay Spoiling Book" and Dictionaries. (dally) from LouIstIII kTi??UC; A Cincinnati bunko steerer of great skill for two whole weeks in a ghastly condition, from LoulsTllirto New done more for ub than Alfred did for Eng. vv-f- ? his legs slowly rotting away, and still he in hif profession bossts thtit he has made IPHARMAGISTS D88' Wa,bIn,oa gland, or Cadoaua for Greece, His books day- -" was unable to secure hts release, He had a handsome living oil of Kentucky Buckers ,. p. m. educated three generations. They are -- DKALKI3 have IK- Hour Ahead of All Competitor., a chunk pf, meat, whlch'he gnawed at In- for years. He says the average Kentucki-ani- li forever multiplying his innumerable araay more easily "worked" than any other terval, and thus managed to keep him EinlcrsnU and via the (I A M. Il'r of thinkers, wKo will transmit nuname self alive, The man was Through Day Coacbe on all still conscious class ol flats that visit the city. no midnight changia. Arrlre ,t Ht. U,u,'j "0V age. Only two men have stood on from age lo nadrancoo other lines, thereby aeVurln rooE when found, He was removed by train I'hyiyclani' preset Iptloni accuratelyJootnpoundol time for making change London's population is 3,814,571, and the New World whose fame Li nure to last'; to Cincinnati for treatment. ol can and gel tlmr Trit Also cboloe of seau fu tar. of connecting iig discoverer, and WflhingtoB of Paris 1,96:1,800. These are the largest line. fLimhua. ' " In advance of other line to Indlananolls an.l I rT itn great JE1VKLEWN! The Bible contains 3,580,480 letters, 773,- - cities in the world of which we have any its aatlor. Webster is and vrill teacher; and these three make our trinity C92 words, 31,173 verses, 1,189 chapters, safe data. Tin-L- argest rdlgy'!'1' vt.MmM. and 00 books. The word and occurs 40,- of fame." Trompt relief in sick headache, dlzzinesi Stock of Watches, 977 tlraaa. The) ivrnni Tstnl nroiTra 1 RKK H i? rt.80".''.'? r"nger Agt., come princiMlIrVrpm , 'Yi Times. 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