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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884021901 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. Smut - Heelli VOLUME Stani-SM- c X.-NUMBER ntefio OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT mtfttuL NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 510. I STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 19,1884. FRANKFORT, AENTUCkT. 225. chin $ntcrior$o urnal - - Editor and Propnttor LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. W. . P. WALTON, I'lihllihetl TueiHlau "' Frldnv, 8a. OO IEIl ANNUM When psld strictly to adisnce. II wa, bare to will n time, $3. flu will tx charged . danhlle. boyle county. Tha ladlen of the Episcopal church will glre a mippor on tlie nielli of the 221 for the lieneAtiGf tha church, Oiilnne ami AbhrjV New York company ill appear at the Opera Houaeon tho liM with litti popular pUy of "Evttand " Wrrit -- Uruca ft Harlan are now connected with near! all the nutide wotlJ bj telephone, notably, with Stanford, Lanctoter, HryanUllle rnl .Si fax. George Uowaey, who killed' htacoutin Shearen, lait nod Lrotber-l- n Uw, Mondj, waived an examination and wia hail. in drfault of committed to 'flic grind jury will InveftlcaU the care tills week. The itahlo of Mm. W. I. ltohinaon, at Camp Dick Ublnon, took fire jelerday morning and burned to the ground. Fonr horiea belonging to her aon, V, II Koliin on, were hurcoJ. The lire U thought to hare been the work of an incendiarjr. Mr. Irvine Kant j for a plain drunk, vxlendmit from Saturday evening until Sjnday I'veiuiik' wlirli he wit run in, waa taxed J5 in the Police. Court Monday morning. Irvine think he got olT choap $11 worth of fun. ly ai he had at Hillio and Maggie l'opc, two Mia charming young ladie of SprlngGeld, are vliitlnn Mr. M. C. Thurmsn. The with which n certain Third atreet uurcliant heard of tbU arrival in town waa like-li- ke well, a flash of lightning, for iiire Wm ltfrkflf, Hrpren- example. l.r. ' tative from darrard coni.i. t.- town Monday morning on hi wiy to C'ol t' I'., llowman. nf Frank-- ; Frankfort fort, i httr; alio Mr. I). T. Fackler, of t. MemphN, lle eJitor of the Kentucky wl'l go to New Mr. I. A. Mark York on a hualner trip tl i wffk. He will return via Waahlngtnn Citv. where he ha a aiiler and other irl Circuit Court convened Monday morning, Hon, M H.Offaley on the bench and It. C. Warten, K n , foiutunnwealih'ii Attorney; at hi pat. Judge Owaley charged tha Grand Jury which waa corurcned of K. J. the fullowing named gentleman: Penny, J. C.Oxtt,C II Talhott, Ju. T. Hhellon, Lou la Dadman, N. D. Ingram, I. C. Carter, W. H Grkon, Archie Gray, Phil. HuMing, Kran llolling, Jaa. Dreed-InF. M. Carpenter, The. Humble, O. W. Colter. W. P. Wade. Mr. Humble waa made foreman. The atandlng jury li 0. II. fipeara, C. L. Nevleu, L T. Yeiger, 8iml. IUye. 8.T. Stone, A. Kice, J. 11. Wllaon.C.O.HuBhly, Jno. Nleld. N. K Tunis, Jno. Huvlng, E. Kimberlaln, Joe. Tarklngton. R. II. Gray, 0 T. May, D. Ooodloe.a. H. IlrUcoe, J. W. Bolllnt. T. C Prewltt, II. M. Mitchell, V. II. dray. 1. M. Dunn. T. II. Prather, T. M Isaac Durham. ttorth a Licking. Borne year ago, in Georgia, that band o weie Chriatiana known M Aacenilonlit a grand rerinl. One day when tha hir'ttj meeting waa In full force a elortn came up nnd a young gentleman who waa out hunting with hia servant took refuge in the Heing curioua to ee the church door. aervice, the two hunter crept up into the gillerr, and there hid in a place where they cduUI oberve without being obeerved. "Come, Lord, come; our robes are ready. Come, Lord, come," cried the prmcher, gave a loud "Amen." while all pre-en- t ' Maraa Oabr," whirred Cully, lifting hia hunting horn to hi mouth, "let tne gib demjlflone toot." "Put that horn down, or I'll break your head," replied tho master in a whlaper. The horn dropped by CuflV aide, and again the minWter cried: "Come, Lord, come; we are all ready for Thy coming. Come, Lord, come." Do, Maraa Gahe do jit lemme gib Vm jlat ono little tott," pleaded Cufl'y, wetting h!a lips and mining the horn. ' If you don't drop that horn, Cufly, I'll whip you within an Inch of your life," whiipered the exasperated master. 'Blow, Gabriel, blow; we are ready for hia coming. Blow, Gabriel, blow," plead-ctho nilniater. Cully couh' no longer reaiat the temptation, and afrit n wild peil ringing from end to end of the church; but long before ita him-ael- f laat echo died away hia mastor and occupants of the build- wrre tho only ing. "Pa ready fur de licking, Marca Gabe." ,aald Cuflr, ahowlngevery tooth in hia head, s "for I 'dare to gracious it' worf two to aee de way common falm cattle kin gitoberde ground wid rkeared 'Senaion-,ist- s Drawer, In behind dem."-Kdit- or'rt Magaxlne for March. tllarpera Lj-nn- e Jpir jll let .14-rxat- n'" i' 0n, d lick-ling- 'One of the moat pleiaant featured about the life of a country publisher, is to have n galoot, who hai been getting the paper for two or three yers on tlok, complain, when finally aaked to aottlo, that.he didn't get the paper half the time, and then, with tho cheek bono of the entire abience of principle, offer half price as a compromise. ' Outlook, v Lancaiter. net birds in Ktlltr Intti lor Journat L F. Hubble sold on Saturday a jack Dr. John D. Wood has been much comLaurel county. The House passed a bill to allow Jail- plimented upon all sides for the open, man- to Biltimore pirties for $500 J. W. Wes- ly way in which he conducted hia canvas. iger sold last week a nice saddle horse for er to appoint deputies. will aoll privatoly. as a whole, or Tmrcola to nnr- Little South Fork in Wayne county It waa pitched upon a high plane and $105 to Green Burnside. chasora, tho Logan's n nr no- 210 aoroa of tho maintained in that manner throughout. Mrs. Elizabeth Myers, a worthy and ha been declared a navigable stieam. o limits of Stanford, Ky. Tho 1 of a Mr. John Haldeman, son of Mr. W: N. respected lady, over 80 years of age, is Senator Itlgney and everal other Senis of tho best soil Kentucky, haa will be very ill at her daughters' home, Mrs Hans-bur- y on Danvillo ators voted against the appropriation to the Haldemsn.of the Courier-JournDr. Wood's partner In the public printing. a largo and comfortable rosidonco West's in this county. flood suflirrrr. tho Ret. S. E Wishard.synodlcal evangel The couduct and minifcement of that Col. Major, the Incumbent, holds until Lincoln county. or inspection of tho place, badly abused office tho Register of Lands, August 1st., when the new management ist, preached Sandsy at the Presbyterian to Mrs. Emma Rochester on tho promises, mo is to be investigated and we hope it will be will come in. Dr. Wood will commence, church. This church expects to procure law-offlc- o in Stanford, Ky. W. G. WELCH. he thinks, the publication of a new paper the service of a young theological student thorough and sweeping.' Ftb.it. ai tr The House passed a bill to authorise In Frankfort about the first of June. The from Allegany, Penn , lo preach for them. Andy Clsrk had on of his finger al not been Hoyle county and the town f Danville to piper Is certain but th lime h raise money to aid In the construction ( f definitely settled. The race was exciting most severed from his han by an nx in from the jump and put both liles to their the hands of his brother, Siturdsy while rallroid through Iliy'e county A hill has paed both Homes grant- choicest trumps. While there were four cutting wood. This i the third accident ing W. K. Hell, of Liwrencehurg, to prac- or five entries It was UnJerrtood all along that has occurred in this vicinity by the tice law in any county of the Stale, save that the finish would be between Woods careless handling of axes. and Mjor. Rev. J. R Pesples left on Saturday hi on, of which he is County Clerk. An article which appeared in the Liula. to v'nityour town after having pi seed the An act giving the further lime of two year to Sheriffs, ex Sheriffs, Clerk and vllle Gmmtrcial a day or two after the Sen- Garrard Female College on a firm footing. other collecting rllicer to collrct their atorial nomination is said to have cut a The money to buy the property will be frea and uncollected taxes pissed the Sen- considerable figure In tho result of last raised within n short time and all praias ia i:v night. It was charged that Col. J. Stod- due Mr. Peeplea for .he zeal he has shown ate. DriiRw, Wall Paper, Wlnex. Musical A bill was introduced in the House dard Johnston had icsplred the publicain the enterprise and for the good work Clsx'tnlealM, IlooltH, Liquor IiiHfrucuicnU, Saturday, which provided that the rrmaina tion and the fight was directed at him in accomplished. Stationery, Cigars. Pocket the Printer's race, it is claimed. The ar- 4 of the famous sculptor Joel T.Hart, be Wallace Elkln, son of G irrard Elkln, HoapH, OllH, Tobacco, li'utlery, ticle in the course of ita cvmic cntfolama of Louisville, spent a few days with relaJLlllllpH, brought from Florence, Italy, and intern d Pe Aimer Fire Arms, Macula of the friends of Gjn. Williams corralled tives in town last week. Col. In the Frankfort cemerery. 2VceJIe. J II. Druce Our Jonelrr, Silverware and Optical Goods Department is ia Charge or Col. Mr. Talbott presented a remonstrance them In a huge hydra-headering that and John Woodcock have returned from TI109. IMcharus, wlio will Kcpalr Hatches and Clocks Promptly and In tho v6fft signed by sundry citizens of Doyle county, was about to swallow up all the State the Opera Feitival and both pronounced it st)le. protesting agalnat the passage of a law pro- offices in Boa Constrictor style. This a grand fraud. J, P. Sandifer has not rehibiting the sale of whisky in quantities of startling announcement is said to have turned from the city. Frank Hubble says riled" and arched the spinal column of it took him just 30 bouts to reach Lsncss-te- r Its than 10 gallons in said county. ring, if such there was and A bill i already hrfore the House to the from Lexiugton via the K, C. R R extend the sewion sixty days, hut waa fol- "the fur fiew II A. B. Mirksbury spent several days in lowed by a resolution naming the 2sih of the flooded city. W. S. Beazley attendAncient Roadtvars. February for a iinrihe adjournment. Th Whether in ancient limes belter rna.U ed the sale of fine stock in Lsxington list latter of course wa otlVre I for effect. nnd pavements were built linn at present, week. Dr. Young has returned from LexKentucky has wljied out the score or wnetner only the bet ones remain, is ington, where he was visiting relatives last against her. Yesterday her Legislature apbut it is certain that some of the week. propriated $75,000. to the flood aufTerers. remiin, of such structures found in HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. Rome, They were a little slow about It, but $ 100,-00- 0 for insUnce, evince engineering skill and Joe Page sold his harness N'ewa Jourwill do a world of good. perfection of work in a high degree. nal. These were laid out carefully, excavated to horse to T. L Carpenter for $125. The full work of the detectives in this An act changing the fee of jailer of solid ground, or in awampy place made this Commonwealth, allowing them full solid by piles. Then the lowest course was region has not been developed, but thus far It Is rather startling. They are grind compensation for all lights and fuel necrs of small sited broken stones, nine le fury to the comfortable keeping ol the jail, than three or f jur iuches in diameter; over ing fine Mrs. Hartwell Biiley and aister, Mw. the Ifoue. It also restores the old these wa a course, nine inches thick, of i ate of 75 cent per day for board of prisrubble or broken stones cemented with Mason, of Shelby county, are at Mr. J. M. CotV. The Ryan brothers have returned Hme, well rammed; over this a oner. course, six from Virginia, where they were detained Mr. Hill offered n bill to amend an Inches thick of broken bricks and lottery, act, entitled "An act to reduce into one alsocemenleJ with lira; upon thi wa by high water Mrs. W. H. Smith, of Ltocts'er, Is spending some time with all the acta in relation to the town of Stan- laid the panVnnm, or pavement, composfriends in this place. Miss Ruth DePauw, ford," and another to authorite the city ed of slabs of the hardest .lone, joined council of Stanford to issue bonds to pay and fitted together aa closely as possible. of Danville, is at Mr J. P. Rifle's. Tie Mive Smiley, of Dsnvllle, are with Miss off the outstanding indebtednes of iLe Thlwacill7-th- e Appian Way, abont city of Stanford. one hundred and thirty mile in length, Nannie Brown. Mr. J. M. Hocker,of formerly of this county, has been having almoit aihamtel the Rjman ThtOamogt Account. spending a few days with former friends it was as enduring u Nature's "It take money and brains to run a own work. In Peru and Central America and reviewing hiy hood's memories. Miss aald an L. A N"., official to a NashAlice Cabell, of Lebtnon, is at Mr. John ville Manner reporter the other day. "Even similar remains, 1,500 to 2,000 mile Ion, Cabell's. Mis Mattie Coffey, of Liberty, were found by the Spaniards, which, as the damage account i an immense item by Bur-ge- n Preecolt says, were built of heavy fl igs of js with Miss Alice Jones. Miss A lies itself," U recuperating at her home in Mer "What i the damage account?" ked freestone, and in some parU, at least, cov- cer, herplac in the College being supplied ered with a bituminous cement wKtk the reporter. by her sister, Miss Hannah, the former ac "Whv, when an employe gets hi finger time has made harder than the stone itself. complished principal of the inatitutlon. The roads of modern time lack most of nits bed, hi leg broken, or geta squeeted between the car, the road ha to pay the the elements of durability which these , andonseqmntly wear out in a physician' kill and for all tnrdicima, and po-!until he recovers. If an very few year. take care of htm KtTMN k CO., of tha Bciurrmc Annuel, con. employ la killed, of course the road la AND- CitmU, Trad In order to ascertain the dspth lo plow lieu to act u flollcltora for latnta, oiau-- s Marks, cojprruinia. ror id umiea sued any where from $10,000 to $50,000." unui, rrmncw. 0nnanr, it is recommended to "find how deep the Eniland, sent free. ThlrtT-we- ela. lUnd Book about Team' experlaoc. l'atnta "But the road does not have to pij tbeee soil has been throuah MUNIfA CO. are noticed enriched and do not g. much toIalnta obtained American, tha largest, beat, and tha account in every case." below this point. Where the subsoil is most widely circulated aclanudc paper. M.SOajear. Wetklr. splendid engrmtlnirr and IntereatlnK 'Of course not; but the road is compellA Full and complete assortment of Furniture, cuibracltrff ev Specimen cop? of tha Hcleullflc Amerpoor, with only a few inches of rich aitl on free. Addresa MUN.N A CO , bCIXMTirlO ican ed to employ an army of lawyer whote erythlug from the Cheapest to the Finest Suites. Ste top, tho result of deep plowlnj would be auaiiiCAN Offlce, XI Bnad?, 4ew York. business it is to compromise these mil. need to e to the Inrxe cities to make your purchases, no laatfar to turn the poor soli uppermost. On land Now, for instance, an engineer la killed and as can and will duplicate-anwhat quantity or quality you of ordinary richness a crop of Indian corn the road issued for $10,000. The compi-ny'- a will prices you can obtain elsewhere, freight being added, illsw A. grow better with the same care and lawyer, being employed for that purKhrouds and ICobcs, ciubrat a full assortment of Cofllus, manure if it be plowed only four or five pose, compromise the suit by agreeing to lug all tho New Styles, both cheap and expensive. Ware reomo THE INTERIOR JOURNAL inches deep than if plowed eight or ten pay the family of the deceased $1,500 to opposite St. Asaph Hotel. Stanford, Ky, inches deep." And the LouUrllle omrtimea lea. $2,000; sometime more, IiMide thl the road pay all the funeral Corn was the firt vegetable canned in Courier-Journ- al and burial expenses. The damage ac- Portland, Me., in 1351, the canning of toOne year for only 83 two p.uri for Mills more Uan the price of one. count of our road amount to about $5,000 matoes being begun about the same time in a month, or from $76,000 to $100,000 a Boston. The canning of fruits began about By pa) tnij ua W you will receive for one year the year. And then therS is the amash-uof ten years later, and of meats about 1S72. your home papr with the reprrvniatle nwp.iperof the Mouth, democratengines and cars. An ordinary engine The canning of soups of various kind ic and lor a tarltf far revenue only, and th bfit, family weekly In costs about $10,000, and when oue goea pea soup, terrapin, mock turtle, tomato, brighten and ablest dealre to examinethe I'nlted a sample Mates. 1ho who Coutler-Jourccan do to at this offlce. embankment It gent-rallproven a beef and chicken appears to have origi- copy of the over an total wreck. The road I also compelled to nated in Boston and during the war. The -- ANDkeep an army of section hand employed at canned good business forms about ten per1SS1. an enormous yearly expense. Tho cent, of tho trade of the average retail of keeping the road in repair, re- dealer. and worn-ou- t rails ia placing old croa-t!e- a The Wcsttrn Agriculturditt tells how to STANFORD, KENTUCKY, alas large. Then cornea the wages of the cause the rats to seek other quarters. ILLUSIRATED. army of engineers, brakemen, shopmen, "Cover the floor near the DKA&EB IN- e with a day laborers, clerks, operators, attorneys, layer of causiic potassa. When the rata Uarpct'a Weekly itandi at the head of American officials, etc. I tell you, none but railwalk on this it makes their feet sore; these tllnatrated wpeklv luurnala. Br lis unnirtlian any idea of the eipeii'e of they lick with politics, iia admlrabU llluitratfon'. Ita position road men have their tongues, which makes carelullyInchosen aerial, abort 'stories, sketches, a great railroad." foremost poemi, contributed their mouths sore, and tho result is that and autnors or mo uay, it by the, muruciiuuarttita ami carries and The Cowritr Journal in answer to a plant-e- i' they shun the locality, not alone, but ap entertainment to thouaandi of American borne. publisher to be the aim tha It inquiry, stated that it waa lawful for a pear to tell all tho rats in the neighbor- makewill always Weekly theofmoat popular and the Harper'a and, In eell to consumers tobacco of hia hood about It, and eventually the houie is uttiactlve UiuIIt newspaper in the world,constant farmer to the pursuance of this design, to present a Improvement In alt thnss features which hare own production to tho amount of $100 per entirely abandoned by them. gained tor it tuevonuuFijce, sruipiiuj, auu au annum even if the same were twisted. I believe, saya Socrates, that wo can not port of Its largo army of readers. This answer has been criticised, and to live better than in seeking to become betaettlo the matter without dispute we quote Mowers, Corn ter, nor more agreeably than In havings HARPER'S PERIODICALS, the act of Maich, 1SS3. The following is clear conscience. Corn PElt YEAR. the only clause relating to this subject, . Ifarper'i Magazine ft 00 Mardi Cras. Corn the saruo being in the form of a proviso to 4 0J Uarper'i Weekly & Mississippi Railway will sell The Ohio 4 00 Section 2: "Farmers and producers ol toHarper's Baur En1C0 Cider Mills, Cane Mills, Pumps, Iron Fencing, Saw Mills, bacco may sell at tho place of production round trip tickets at low excursion rates to Harper's Young People gines, Threshing Machines, Hose Belting, tobacco of their own growth and raising New Orleans, on account of the Carnival. Harper' Kranklln Square Library, one year 00 10 (52 Numbers)....... directly to consumers, to an Sale beginning Feb. SOth and continuing at retail, Postage Free to all subicrlbers In the United And, in fact, everything pertaining' to Agricultural Machinery amount not exceeding $100 annually." until the 21th. Tickets will begood 5days Btatesor Caaada. Oillco and Ware ltooius opposite St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford The Volumes of the Weekly begin with the first This is the first exciso law which haa ever going and returning until March 20th. January of each year. When no time Nuinberlor given producers of tobacco tho privilege of The Carnival this year will close with the It tncnllooed, It will be understoo I that the subUr Trattabla aa1 Flower Bel Catalog Ik INS I, Ucr.uU.rUlrtxrar.'ci!rrLras selling at retail directly to consumers, and usual parade and festivities on Tuesday, scriber wlilie toofcommence with the Number Urawcr, wllltxp aat Tn aHlAllsncrdU warraulrd toI.beall nhaav next alter receipt order. & M. R'y runs a thro' plr. fresh aa4 The last Four Annual Volumes of Ilarpera It impoies no limitation as to the form in Feb. 20th. The O. Iras to aamr. fur Ibat iksalil It prate otkar. binding, will be aent by acre to retll ardtra rails, lijr eallaaw sleeper from Cincinnati to New Oleans, via Weekly, In neat cUthby express, Ire, ol expense which it is to be marketed, The most conmail, postage paid, or Uaaor tejrttable. ftecd,oas ut Ike nuiltlU. not exceed one dollar Ire Lbcl.uad la aay Aaacrteaa Calala.aw.ka freight venient form possible for retail sales, and Odin, daily. For tickets and further par- (pro'ldod thefor 17 00 dots Tolume. a lara-- part or It af mjt aw arawlua;. A.iaa per per Tolume), l Utroduwr srKrllpM Heel, llarbaaa) rinth Haaua Ut each Volume, suitable for the form requiring tho minimum amount ticulars, inquire of agents of that line. 1'atataea, Marblebead Karir Com, IUo ing, will be sent by mall, postpaid, on receipt of Vaa aad aearaa f ALU W14Ur tabfra. Ibard Hauaah.aalroaaacof or alker a.tr lallak of art and manipulation, ia tho Prompt relief in sick headache, dizziness II uu eacn. jnwa4Hsr tbe Dablle. lathe Ike Ik. Mou lleuiltiancaehould bumtdeby trardeas and aa the 'arraa oflbM wfc. plaat aajr aa twist, We repeat that tho salo of nausea, constipation, pain in the aide, etc. Mr Onlar nr Draft, to atoll cbaDCfl of loss. 9 wlllDitmau sar uit uaveriiaciueat. JAMES i.H. GREGORY. Seed Grower. Marblchaarf. Mat. Newspiuers art not to copy this adtertlseuisnt tobacco by producers in this form is strict- guaranteed to those using Carter's Little mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmr without the expree order of Harper a Brotnera. ly In accordance with (he law, UAUI'ER i. BltOriiEIU. New York. Addreas Liver Pills. One pill a doso. 25c. It i now unlawful to FINE FARM FOR SALE Fort farm in street, ! I rat in al, Apply at my For terms suit in land fronts wile in emit and best spring or to 1 M'ROBERTS &STAGG Opera House Block, nEALEits Paint, Stanford, Ky., j. d 1 DISSOLUTION. well-know- n ped Lex-iagto- n, tieas-uary-b- ut rail-rotd- ," 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. GZSO. H. BRUCE GO, , A. A. WARREN. UNDERTAKER, PATENTS n WlllHi, ! Parlor uant, Cacs, I Dealer in Fuiriiituire y Gruntl Combination -- Weekly p Courier-Journa- l, GEO. D. WEAREN Commission JHercihaxif: MCa ii nlac tiii ei'S9 gent, -- I ex-pei- IJarper's Weekly. rat-hol- Hay, Grain, Wool, Field Seeds, Buggies, Carriages, Spring Wagons, Farm Wagons, Drills, Grain Brills, Carts, Reapers, JPlanters, Plows Harrows, Hay Itakcs, Feed Cutters, Planters, l,l ... orla-laa- rost-OIB- Mft'l EbbHK ly villianoua character that I was almost ry. There is no use In letting down a LiNCiSTKH ABTkKTIaKNKNTN. 2 afraid to enter tbe narrow hall and ascend cord CO feet long to men who aro in a horD. T. WALTitfil the shaking, stairway that led to rible pit 100 feet deep. "He came to htm A Flr8tClitajjj Wood Workman. 1 13 M 'X' x fc "jl. her "drawing-room- " in the recond story where he was," is the chief glory of the gosLANCABTEK, Ky. February 19, 1884 Stanford, Ky., A (toot housa and garden furnlshfd. Apply to sand-balest I should feel the weight of a pel. And when at the end of that shout0"'"" National Hank. Ofllet hours M-Jt. 11. 7tOir.Mtsnforcl.Ky. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. a. u. and from I to & p. m. or the thud of a "jimmy" on my cranium ing discourse of three quarters of an hour, w. P. WALTON. l. v. IIVHKLK The Ohio Legislature appropriated at the first landing. Here, surrounded by I put the simplest test I could think of to . V. 1111. turn11UBUL.E & HUHDETT, thieves, harlots and drunkards, this blessed them, more than half that rough crowd re$200,000, to the flood suflerers. A.T LAAV. Payne men is woman has lived and "And now I to it. I i.ANCA8TElt, KY. If our Legislature hail the moral cour- - is theItonlythe cry of the can carry that he His poor, many and wrought for God "all spondedlane u mnnuraid. .i. t rervc want I offer for sale privately my farm tf .7.-. i -I .!.!.. Ohio, democrat who esteeming it yuu ii uu me ivitis jears, nuc, A Villi!, IIIUlttl 7 llllift P. K.. ol Nlchghuvlllo VU P'aclli-- In (larrar.l and adlnlnl Jaw, making count In goto enact a whipping-poa- t 0fflc Dr. Dudley haa nearly secured the joy" for His dear rake, thus to do the work be it never so weak a one. Some of you on Hickman Ciriek, In .Irieatulne county Tlis rulillc 'olh Hide"'..!?.".'e'liurr. In the Itol inaon Mock, all petty ofletisee and thefts of ten dollars good conUinl It In and clotrr aud Is In Jit-i- y Colthe Master his committed In her hand. perhaps can not mustei courage to speak- dition fur growing any irop sutlol to this part ol $100,000 endowment for Georgetown .and under in value punishable with any adauled lu urowliia lohucco. Mies McPherson la the Mrs. Doolittle of out before this crowd and own your Savior; theiUte anil Is well consist lege. of a am dwelling tif The Improve inenla number of atitpeo on the naked b.ick, from Ten thousand copies of the first edi-- t London East. At first she had contract many of you perhaps would not have the 7 rooms with lurches anil cellar, a f.l I itocxi wt-lthirty-nine- , there would be no need one to near the door, n Kootl litrn, stalils and wagon ion of the Queen's Diary were sold the ed lodgings, but 14 years ago a large ware- courage to even holdup jour hands; but shed and other tierrmnry out huildlPi;i. An orfor the branch penitentiary now being Ac. hos- any of you ought to be able to do what I chard, stock water ahutidanl and convenientI'ltu-thouse, that had been used as a cholera first day. r The feiicliiit ou Ihu creek Is mi.itly ut" (tune. and apparently so badly needed. A of tltnUr for leticlini ruriKwa and fence mint- President C. P. Huntington sent hia pital, when that fcourge was epidemic in propose now; viz: If you are willing to let big aaejority of the criminals in the State ly In cood itpalr Location l convenient to check for $1,000 to jhe Louisville flood London and for which, on that account, the LORD save you in His own way, just I hurih. school and mill. will I ha proifMr priaea were rent for larcenies of compara-tirel- y low and on eaay pari In dralrlne a home the owners could cot find another tenant, join in the chorus of what we are about to or will divide It terun to purchasers ufferers. to lull atnall amount nnd the State baa been If not told liy Mr. I I 111 rent to reliable par-- . The wife of Prof. Rucker, of the was secured on an advantageous, 20 years' sing. and the blessed LORD, who knows I ea. run to great expense without attaining the Georgetown Female College died JIltM. 31. A. llEllHVEItli Kit. sudden lease, fumigated, partitioned, whitewashed, the heart and only asks us with the heart 203 S mo, ilanly, 1', U., Ky abject of punishment, the prevention ol ly, Friday, painted anddulv occupied at headquarters or tree will to iiieite uu ms near aon, The average of thin cIim care crtae. John Rush, the notorioua murderer, for the blessed work. I wish some noble will make it all right; for that is the mean-In- g VAI.UABLi: nothing for the disgrace of a term in the haa been sentenced to be hanged at Lex- soul would secure for Mrs. Doolittle,in her of "righteousness," where Hesajsln in fact they do not regard it penitentiary; ington, Apt, 10th. crowded locality, in place of thestiffy, the bible 'with the heart man believeth un- Stanford Town Lots for Sale. a a disgrace. Tbeee same individual Two young ladies were drowned in reams where she has meeting to righteouiners ' Now what you wanlfirst would, however, look upon a public JefTersonville while taking a boat ride and doea her work in all torts of discom- ia to be right with God. Will you join in I oSer for ! privately at low price and on threahing in a very diflerent light and the through the flooded streets of the city. Lamb of God I Come7"' very reaai.natil fort, some such roomy place as generous this chorus-'- O, lrm, OVKlt eBect woulJ be very salutary both on the 10lV I. (US In ttir North kt llmna t.f the have A fleet of 066,000 bushels of real has hearts have placed at Miss McPherson' It would have done your scul good to see city of Manford Mnrr than half ol thrill are evil-doe- r. one punished and on other woalil-bwlihlna third of amllcol the Tom t House, and a left Pi tub ii rg for Cincinnati and Louis- - disposal. The place is not a grandly-furnishetbe softened countenances of that foeon Making Extenof a mile nf liumrlr of Ihetu wllliln Asa matter therefore of economy, n kyillc, and more will follow. and decorated establishment at all. crowd and to have heard one alter an- the Junction drpot, eiirllently li(alrd fur ofpablic good, of justice and as a preven-liv- e eniiatftrd In hutUca or haw i liipli yniriil at e The farm of Grant coun- That would be out of place. But it is a other join in thechorut; at first shyly, with thai (vim. of crime, we beg the Legislature to enTlieae loll ari the very best and moat Maullful-l- y ty has been rented to Mr. Rose for $1,101. combination of barracks and lips scarcely moving, but afterwards mote ToThelrStotkof and lonveiilrutly situated for inldrnce that law, give it n ftir trial act a whipping-pos- t boards the paupers for $2 22 per week admirably suited to the rough work of the and more boldly as the words were repeat- have evtr Iktii otlrreJ lor ale In Mtanford, and He and we will wager that two jean) hence my prlcra and itlili aa lo lar e In the desolate quarter, where the midnight still- - ed again and again. I can not describe the over ol any lermaair man to itcure on of Induatrloui there will be no earthly need of the great neb. then lor a bo.nr Mies 'Weatherford, Mrs. John Beatty neM is often broken by the shriek o( "mur- scene. Angels recoru me ueiaus oi n ami They all Irunt uin uewslrrrta, which haveluit , expense of building and maintaining a In been opened, the l.ioadet and and her three children were drowned by der" and the police come the first place we shall have them all one day. And D.0W aiayoiuo jaeai OlOCK In branch penitentiary. ThcKilllaaartih a.anytn Kenluckr Moat of) of every the overturning of a skiff near Xewburg, when they are after This service over, we marched down tbe the li lit las level ia touiUlrr no gratia and Ike j incy navoi'arlor very lat well watir can hr bad at a drptli ol fretu The Ohio Kiver at Cincinnati came to a Calloway county. sort. Here Miss McPherson and her fe- crowded street pavement and driving-wa- y and Bed Room 8eti, Carpet. 20 to M IrrX. stand about noon Thursday, after reaching They will I sold to none but 'Jthlle pcraont Congress made an additional pppro-piiatio- male helpers live, the number varying, as alike thronged distributing tracts and litCane and Penitentiary A loap of Ihrm au I mi-- at my urur. zeal flags, or health fails, but some ever tle books and singing gosivl hymns, a fa 2y i mo. the unprecedented height of 71 fett and making a total of $200,000, f Chain, Marble Top, II. It. Ml 1,1. Hit. Ma n lit J, Ky. three-fouitof an inch, exceeding by 4 $500,000 for the general relief of the coming up "to the help of the LOUD Salvation Army, Miss McPnerson Leading Centre Stand Ex- against the might;;" while the captalr. of the little procession. Our courre lay thio' feet 8 inches the mark of 1S83, the highest citizens along the O'lio valley. teniion Tablei, known point before. For six hours the John Schneider, aged sixteen, who, this forlorn hope seems herself to bear a' Bird Fair and Brick Lane, two of the wont COMMISSIONER'S Woven Wine. Cot-te- n raging waters maintained its greatest height in December last, at Newark, N. J , shot charmed life which indeed she does and streets in London, not even excepting the Top and Hair i. and then began slowly to rtcde, but the and killed hia brother in a quarrel, has to be upset by nothing. What a place will notorious Seven Dials, or Petticoat Lane. Aa Maatrr Coi.iinllonrrof Ihe Cawy Circuit Folding Bed Loun-Be- i, e aale at the lull fall was so slow that it took until Sunday been sentenced to six years imprisonment this courageous soul deserve and receive Bird Fair is well named, tbe whole street Court. door In pfo.cl mot,rt ! furtbe highest bidder Beds & Coti, Wardrobe l.ibny Ky when "crowns of glory" are distributed an being lined wlih bird cages sinning birds at put..;' auction, ou afternoon to get bick to the mark of 1683, for mnlaugher. and Bofai. and Everything Elie CO feet 1 inches. It in eiliwaled that fifty Thaddcua Avery and wife were found "rewards of meri'l" Kept in a Fint-cla- n being tbe kil.d kept ami larks fur the most Furniture Store. thousand people were driven from their with their throats cu, at Chichester, N. But a brief sketch of our last Sunday's part. "4 J each wairanted cocks,' was County l urt day, jpon a eridlt ol lx and twelv J ran it la ted Miliar homed along the river and that thirty mil Y. Mrs. A vet y is dead and her husband visit to her will give a better ida of the tbe prevailing sign or placard. I be fe- moiitbj, tbe f .llowlng dmrll-e( ropity, to.wl liona will not cover the lorseaausUined to can not live. It la supposed that Avery wcrk she is doing than pages of statistics. males don't sing and hence the discriminaA Farm ( oitUtliif; oT About 125 Acre - 3Ezt- property. At Louisville the greatest height did the deed in a fit nf jealousy. Our good brother Arthur Boake, of High-gattion. Other wares are displayed also and (Ireen Hivrr bottom land, with a new Of wag 40 feet 8 inches. Let not the reached (himsell interested in tytrj good dogs, goats and cats are brought here for ant Utt dwrllilg him- - ihrff.B. km1 lrn nd Two houses) in the inundated district aaraaaaara charitubly-incline- d uuttiundlng, and TOO Arreaol think that because the on Pearl street, Cincinnati, occupied by work and known to your readers already sale. I do not know why this market for other l j nvealilt 1 ile tratera are falling that there ia now no boarder, fall Friday night with a terrific in connection with the meeting at Stratford these exceptional commodities i allowed ml lhri-l-linurri-- laiiiuoHLi. .Mtildlruurg i faMI.iiUi Me ll.r seed cf assistance. It will be many days (rteh, causing the death of ten persons le Bow lut summer) was our chapercne ,o be kept open on Sunday in tbia localXZ VaViV'i' before a large number can return to their and the injury of many more. and at 11 A. M. we found ourselves under lV. but it ia either allowed or winked at X! home and in the mean time they are withThe dead body of Mrs. John Riley, an archway of the Great Eastern Railway, for K)licemen were in attendaice to keep, UMIU, ,.,, ,nd Pla. Itot.f L Win.ami w.n ' .i... tn, yj "tittMiumUian I out food and in many cases without shelter. living ntarFjImoth, Ky., and her baby, where a little organ mounted on rollers order without Interfering at all with traffic. "1"?$ "dV.'f ;?,,Urfe ji iaiu .i.ii.iik I'ritri ana imimt Appiala for help are still urgent and should were found in the cistern. The lady was had btfti wheeled before our coming; and a ery it,ni ni vn r.i in inp uiiii,i hi mil Arrr oi twlag r a ik. . , In lilhaUtaol cultiva thrielo, Ihr larm meet with prompt responses. Yesterday 'u a happy wife, and no reason has been sug- binner with "Behold the Limb cf God, which Miss Mcl'hereon's could be heard tion, lne two lair eiatirteirg in wnoia oi wuai i llann who Taketh Away the Sin of the World 1" often, aa she lapped thia one on tbe ahoul-de- knnn aa thr Adland Wllllaini farm and aiput 40 papers report the height of the river at gested for her committing suicide. a.Ultional Aires of bottom & IIIM Cincianati at 65 feet at midnight, a fall cf 1i. A. 1'ltt.ntTT. Master Octur asked tbat one how he waa getting Mrs. Carrie Hunter, wife of James M. in white letters on a deep blue ground, 24 hours. From Pittsburg to Hunter, a wealthy farmer and si oak r.i- - hoieted on two "staves, duly displayed in along, another how the sick one at home 2J feet in i.vsuuA.vci;: Louiaville it was steadily falling. r was shot and killed while eating dinnrr the rear. A brother waa speaking tin a were progressing, and yet another, who College. crowd-largely loud voice to a very rough had a word of indecent itisolt upor hia Seven'First-Olas- s JtXTRESENTATlVE HARRIS hai offered a with her family, nearRogersville Junction, Companies. with pif in their mouths, when we came litis, to "come around to CO Commercial at. Tenn.. by some unknown aaaaseln. resolution providing for a Sovereignty KTANFOIII). KY. uu in and he should alwaya have a meal if be was The President has appointed Judge up. Nothing but vocitermion would Convention to amend the Constitution of in addition to the noisy kimnri" unit an tin without further U:.rm J. .If. Villi. II'S.r Ant.. mlbrI. Kentucky. The fruitless attempts to pro- George G Perkins, of Covington, commis- such a place, for it i aaiuriihim: With a Full Corps of Teachers, i sioner, and Hon. E. Polk Johnson, algi- talk of tbe crowd, constantly passing to notice of hu fjui word cure the needed change in the present docI and fro and the shouts of hawkers crying how this one weak woman iae acqmreu ument, shows very plainly that they will nate commissioner, to the World'. Q.ttin their wares, were added the rumble of euchapowercf control over ill- - .. .f..l' Thlitn.tltutlonwl'lninlta Thlrtrentb nation, Cenfennial Exposition at New Orleans. cut. 0n theM M..Ld.y m by the circumlocuxteTerbe brought about 8TANrt)rW. KV. David C. Keller, the pilot who caused busses and the rattle of costermonger cars; mass of humanity; and how seldom she i tory plan laid down by ita framers, and ALL THE BRANCHEM or A the collision on the Ohio river last yen', in all a perfect din of divers sounds that treated with indignity by een the worat of' W. P. WALTON, - . Propriotor. there seems no alternative but to proceed 54 lives were Jos', was convicted needel counter shouting to at all subside them. Once, when a ruflia put his hand on the principle that all power ia with the by which of air came sucking on uer rudely, his companion knocked him THOnOUGHENGUSHCOURSE Bl of Klibt cviai.leta atta ol hto-r- y people and adopt a new one in conformity or msnaiaushier at neeitng and win go it. A strong current rVatlni rapacity. Including rallirj. WO. through tbe aichway too, adding to the dif- - down fur it it6infer The truth of thia i, Arrtaufht, aa weJI a to the penitentiary for a term of years. with the times and the Federal constitution UwonaW rale, to gubj atluctioDi. jkddrrx aa alvve. The jury in the John Bush trial, at Acuities already musteied by the "prince of . they know her for an unelfiih friend and MCBIC. THE DHAW-INthat we ere all supposed to support. The of the air," to prevent his vie- - ,ie ihreadi these dreadful sluun by dy AND PAINTING. framera of the present document thought Lexington, for killing Mia Vanmeter, was the power IMIIC'K'.N being rescued, not to mention a vie- -' and niht, none molesting her and nearly by throwing all the barriers possible our twelve minute and brought in a ver- tims I now and then, out of pure all following her with word of blessing against a change that slavery in the State dict of guilty nnd fixed his punishment at ious coster, who n death. Thin is his fourth trial and 47 out devilme'nt, came bolting through the con- - WHH much impresed with the same n th to would be thereby perpetuated, but since it In Tu. ti n, ru a rank-- f rooi l"rlmry, ISA. Interusadlatr with hi? tiny vehicle, drawn by neM 0f treatment received by good Mrs regular liepHrtim-ntbeen abolished the reason for the of 48 men said he must hang. baa IJv, rrttatojr, f0. and tollKlalf, IM. THE INTEmoiT"jOURNAL Neal the last survivor of the trio of a tinier pony, shouting "hi! hi!" at ihe top Docliltlc from the met abandoned crca- roundabout busiresa has long ao passed. 11 . i Ahlnd fiends safely bick itto his o'd of his voice and grinning with a malicious tures that infet the Five 1'oinla, in New V Ul I Us. h.atlanl.aa , (ax ftsta re Id . 1lI1tA FOR 83.80. iv i"'wt v (! alius The last Legislative raum has been quarters at Lexirgton. Hi presence in delight, as he witnessed the scatteration he York. Love h omnipotent. It shall one JIKS. s. l. Tltl'KIIKAKT. I'rlurliml, unford. Lincoln Co., Kj, Without strip or tiurae. or, Tbe Mountain was had wade. Here I was to preach to my day "overcome evil" in our do-iGrayscn oused no excitement, m-God's held and the concern has permanently l.vanceiiii. (jik'e . ua The lllilorv of Idle, Ihe lliroid of ItaMlant for which we aie duly thankful. lis it attended with the usual larce and c st- - first congregation of London rough, in the universe in a way to make ua wonder andallook M lla I'uhlle I'ltrramea " Thooihta (Htavo 1 filmilitary display. open air. Taking for a text tbe motio Meanwhile this little rehearsal in the .11 it. mi. i Doama ana tiniM laat meeting was to numinate a candidate rlolh wifn Bill motto on r,var; cm .ak-.trrl eeirravlna cf Two men, Wallace Brnckmnn, of Mid- veree uynn the banuer and breathing a thy streets of London and New York, not for warden of the penitentiary, which ax ..rr. ' llarn s photp vlurof Malic map of Hie anibd Uly. 7 ,.gM, 1 I havr 'eatrd lie rotnir lln't! 'n t rat. ilrrlianl. ,L,j a ,h, accomplished after four halloti in the se- way an! Dick Craig, of Lexington, were ptayer to the "Father of mercies," to "work to speak f other places, is a a;ght for In Ihr Lai k ft liavra .,t f,r .,nlU-I anil IIcum', r easel I.luii aa the itiid and Hjlr, rlv. lection of W.T. II. South. There were suffocated in the Ashland House, of the in me mightily," I "pitched in." No other to look upon. It and lo(.r to run I' 'n Arat .! and color ol lukof lhe InKrl- ttimi- i atom, Ul" K,,B' hluiMll In hia Hw.un. Bird Fair turns into Brick Line the lriiiMTflalainntli.il iu lo traiisKnt aainpir im.nu !,'.",,!1.'.',J' .H5" three competitors besides South, Thoiua, latter city, Satuday r.ighf, and W. D. R-- y word will characterize the action. And llllilf.. tlln,tritin, In a compact nni iiiriiiii itirriul travvieia fro hia rallli. Thia Uvk la . ronn.lr t h atorr of the everywhere by for Ihedlaidav ol tblr tiwna ami artHiioinbilatlona man and Todd and the final ballot came near sharing the same fate at the the dear LORD gave utterance. "Are your latter name Rodman The prlvatpui.rtr WO acra- - reveal the. (.(ualtouuj lliuavl" tentrai htinmiv I will mnoel natureofth Kvanllat .nil are utaiki pul-l- lr came between .South and Rodman, the for- Prujiix House. They blew out the gas. eloi taken awaj?" This question repeated Dickens' mention of the "Brick LaDe alio have (barge of Vn I tvery Mtal.Ir and will for lh- - first ke tl.i, l.k Tha Vallh Thomas Bentony, colored, was hanged again and again at the top of my voice en- Branch of tbe Grand Ebenezer Temperance turnouis p It u.ednut lth lait liorwa 1117and fine llllni:chaptr-6- tlmr In ti, mer receiving CI and the lat'er 55. It in interlere with Thia "111 ih lilalorr, ite l aryutbantaiid all the h..iral paaKra U.rfnin, pres-enquite a rush Association" so wittily described in his source of much gratification that Mr. at Plaquemin, La,, on Friday, in the gaged attention and secured HI. Furnitnro and Undertakers Trade, It in full hoiuf.,ilw.k that aboud I In every of 2000 people, for the mordtr if from the pissers by to hear the answer: "Piekwick Papers." Brick Laiie is a fitTodd will have to a'ep down and out, af er and ahould (rftalnlr to owned Aa I eha.l t tlnue ki a lull line i f the Iwt y evert "onvert aHirort U,. l,,k act in allowing the life Robert Dugirnn, on July 8, 1883. When "Look at that btrmer: can you reid ihe ting companion to Bird Fair -- just as full Furniture and threadi.y at a'l tttnea to aarve Ihoae lolitalmd novhrif rlv. forilarnea than ll.ftO. tan hie Ira, Bv setial arran,mrni with the author, who having convict Steele to go to his father's funeral the drop fell a moan ran through the words, my friendr? They are copied from of traffic and men and women of the lowest Urwlln uij seivnea in th . other rapar tv if, (rah Orchard Ky lemoved to w York, haa lrk--ly wnidrawn all agni.ea.rhalwok illfiOi mil lU naattended. He deserved to be relegated t crowd, women shrieked, and some faint the bible God's book and tell you the character, through the midst of whom we :i5-3lt IsiTKkiuH JoiaAt(v2. arn ortrred together fur the shades of private life, if indeed he ed. good news that they are taken away. Tak-e- n slowly marched, all hands distributing lheprlcoflhe"llfe.of Martira" alone, the two for IS 60. Addreaa . f. UA ITO., Lat April Will Henry, a big mulatto, ahoald not have been more severely dealt awajl Do you read them? Don't look tracts and singing and our Mis. McPherJiTkaioK.loiariaL. rjlanford, Ky. 2-years old, killed Louis Mclntire, at at me; read tbe wordaof life! (here I shied son exhorting, encouraging, inviting and with. f Greenwocd, Ky., over a fjame of crap. my hat, Frank Savage's handsome present, at times "chatTine" her rough customers but The much-abuseDANVILLE have at last been recognized and He was aoon after caught at Chattanoogt, still in a good state of preservation, right with admirable tact, having a ready word their merits duly appreciated. Col. Hunt, Tenn , but escaped. He waa then track- at thecen'reof he banner, turning every for each, best suited to his particular case E. H. BURNSIDE, 1 through Teza, North Carolina, Louis- eye on the word written there) If I know, They never get ahead of her. She is quick a. millionaire lumberman, specifies in his and haa jut been errcated at Meri- what words mean, that says in plain Ei- - as lightning in repartee and gives asgord will that Eli Perkins And Josh Billings are iana, Woll - Known dian, Miaa and brought to Somerset, Ky., gliah, 'Dear soul, I bavenochnre to bring as is sent, always, yet ever the true lady This Old to be hia legatees to the amount of $5,000 jail. Hotol Still Maintains its against you; I am not now 'Imputing unto and with but one aim, to make her ready each and the same amount is willed to Mrs. High Roputation, men their treepassfs,' but reconciling you tongue and facile wit vehicles of blessing Caroline Brown, the mother of poor Arte-ma- n GEO. O.BARNES in ENGLAND all to myself, if you will be reconciled, by for immortal souls. I studied her that Manufacturer! of AN "Ward. If the Colonel bad not gone telling ycti that 1 have nothing whatever Sunday morning and learned much that I 89 far, we would like to enquire of him Tii-A-iei- s Iti Proprietor it Determined that moorx, Hiit-h- , ltlliulH. lVludew against you. The Lamb of God1 haa 'tak-e- n trust will be of tiss in my after intercourse why our old friend, "This and That,"cf it Shall be Second to no Conntry 102 SlIACKI.ElVKLL LANE, 1 away the sin of the world.' Are you in with men. Hotel in the State in its Fare, the Courier' Journal, was not included in Daijbton, London, E., Dec. U9. '8:1. f the world? Then your'sin to taken away.'" (Continued next Issue.) Appointmenti, or Attenand Door Fruuirie, Mold- the list. vtar interior : tion to Comfort of n By thia time, partly attracted by my Let me tell your reader a little Am inveatigation of Dr. Gale's manage their Gueiti, The Fayette grand jury haa indited Iiirh, Hvroll .Saw appearance, partly by the reckless mentofthe Anchorage Asylum is being about Mas McPherson'. work. This "elect Impromptu daBh of my hat, partly by the the editor of the Lexington Pitm, made, but as yet no very damaging teotirac-n- y lady," moie than 20 years ago heard a call Marie and George standing by the organ Trantcript and .lcfir7irfT for publishing IlatKate will be conveyed to and from the de. lVork, Turn- free of rharr. Special arronimodatleai haa been adduced. That the doctor ia from God to devote herself to tbe "out-ci- but more thanall bv these strange word, an article written by one Tracy, contain10 lomntrrrm iraveiera. ineiiarwin alwaia sipnlied with tha eholreit poor" of East London. You know thoroughly unGt for the position teems, ing a malicious libel against Judge Morkraada or Llqaore and Clears. Iiir Lalho lVorh, my audience waa collected and listened for however, to be a settled conviction on the there is much difference between having a what was to come, with aa decorous atten- ton. There ia something surprising in the part of those who have had the mean of mil and hearing a call. She lialened and tion as if within the precincta of St. Paul's FIoorhiGr, Celling, Wcath- obeyed. Beginning with "small things," proposals of the Kentucky Commissioners $1.25. Twice a Week. $1.25. internal workings tf the knowing the or Westminster Abbey. for an increase of patronage. They ak and if the half that has been told and trusting tbe LORD with an intrepidicrboardliiK, Drcnncd Lumber, Then I went on to prove from scripture, to have the telephone and telegraph wires The Best, Newiieat and Cheapest ia true, he should long ago have been or- ty of confidence rarely found, the outcome in ihe old blesd way of Jcaus and Paul, Newspaper in the Sonth haa been one ol thone "triumphs of faith" placed under their control; they ask, in dered down and out. And other God has nothing against any sinner, at which "all the world wonders," who that effect, that they be allowed logrant railroad except the abominable treatment of His in the Cincin- a! The sacred (?) concert ay long enough to listen to the story. charter; they ask, too, that they be per- The Semi-Week- ly nati Muaic Hill for the benefit of the flood The object in a nutshell is to do something Son in not accepting the free gift of ever- mitted to control the appointment of the i lasting life through Him. I never had a uflerera yielded $6,250 30. The mo-- t no- for that class that our LORD tells Kveryhodr shcu'd take It, It kIvoi the latest of the railroads, This demand Us to congregation. Men began to lorget employes quieter week- newidayaln advance of Ihe table feature wae the singing of Sembrieh. trulv we have "always with" ua Ao Dealeri Id In older to puff their pipes and they went out in Is somewhat startling, and it ought to Ilea and for less money II ia OKMUC'itATIC, but The collection atno unted to $1 391 SO and to do this at me lame time iniii.it.ut i in pontics. it people to the danger invited rontalna tlis devoted woman their hand, and were quietly pocketed arouse the the teit newaiuiamary, the heat reading waaukenup principlr by Mies NUn. by legislative interference. It U simply a matter: the heat (dltorlala and the tcit market re- while all lor only 81,25 per year. whopaed through the audience after ""P t a re light; hand-car- the proposal to establish under the title of a lhe,F mf(1.t. Mf, Doollule l, br-- n girl, who standing on a sinng "Please, air, g,ve me a penny." Bond for Bpoclmon Copies. Po, of lh(, hmQM the most wonderful n w york archway, had been sell Railroad Commission So importCall on ui or wrlta for price Every farmer, every meicbant, every trader muat Prof. J. T. BoawELL haa purchased the acted on thia principle and wlih like SUC- - ' We keep a Utgrn maJIrtm.! atnnnoil all at once political engine imaginable, .1, haveli. Subscribe at once. and One of the most joyoua and useful Anikrtcn Xcui of Claude Buckley. Hia t i,t, tnih.i.nanl of ant and so full of evil ia it that It ought 19 Jteuiember, you gtt lot papers and douvle Ihe atockqualitywill do our beat to pleat you in trie and ol uaterlal. excite not so much the railrordr, but the caluUilory appears in the Uet issue of that rpiaode. of my evangelistic life, was a visit reading matter given by an ordinary weekly, lhe grMCe ofGod," forgot for a wbil. her lor tl.SiO and It comes to you twice a might1 paper and if he can maintain the standard pa,d to thai grand woman at her simple, tradei It ,, lhe only g0.pel for auch, o people themselves. The railroada week. Hand the money to our agent In HANV1LLE VLANIXG JttlLI, CO your tounty. or remit direct tons. Courier-- 1 he promise, the people of his section will not to y mean lodgings in Baxter street, ,ndeed qt anT on,. and here the efJect Waa submit, but the people can not Addreat TUK LOUI&VILLK i'03T. the aurroundinga being of ach a rcanisjt aa marked as 'in the Frankfort penitentia- - Journal, sm ad call him bleeeedL LoultvlUe, Ky. Danville, Ky. Stmi-Sfltthl- g Inferiorjonnral I ruwde that there arc Cnrlstians In this world, Wonder where they all keep themselves? Hid under a bushel, we surmise. The statement 4(0,000,000 'WV.3NrT,ESX WUHOBON g fw?1r For Sale Privately! - tl ATT()HNJBH 1 Miie-gra- er dii-con- ENTERPRISE Grocery. 1 si-- Ijiiiit'iiNter, Kentucky, GEO. D. BURDETT ilated 'IT' vr-so- c3 OO.. e d lno-lhlii- Lately poor-hous- sive Additions ware-hous- lt Pn n h water-- cursed SALE t'ou'l-Hous- Mat-tresie- 1 1 . jiomiiy, n;iiitivuvw, 'hi Atsl-ela- IrltH. -- e, ncry Waters '""K: TT i1 V?&? ki-hi-- h-i i I. II. Itahluiii Co., fflXi, ZliT ITXXti lWJTqJ.W.S'tttf Tornado 'fcf&xT&'Z?i ( iS'ir'XW r, Fire, Lightning Stanford Female na(l LOWEST BATE3I -' J t.tujli CJJrER A HOUSE O gentle-grpgatio- TERMS MODERATE. Life orGco.O. Barnes lt e a ay a. --- i- - d, aHTllKJLCXS HOUSE . an-g- el 1 ,,, well-know- n t-- o high-hande- d airrri.i Hui-Wiii- MYERS HOTEL, and loDg-sutleri- la ! STANFORD. KY. Propr PLANING MILL COMPANY rvixz jooho" at Post. . Building Material Farmiiig lumber! ,,,,, .V I 'u' , t,, .,. ,i I 21-- . r t nal C'lovkii, timothy nnd Northern seed onto at W. II HlRKlnf,'. RELIOIOUS. MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Stanford, Ky., February 10, 1884 this Look at our standing Advertisement in Issue. Bright A Curran. nil. LOCAL NOTICES. Comb and see our display of agricultural Implement when in town. Bright A Cur- Boy Paints of Penny A McA lister. Nice atojk of birthday curt) at Penny McAlisler's. Jew. A ran. & i- - m New Hamburg edgings, plaid Nansooks, India linen and lace curtains opened at Kobt. 8. LytlcV. Tin: curtain will rise on the "Nine Beautiful Old Maid" promptly at 8 o'clock tonight at Ihe Opera House. - Haas Hob Cholera Cure. Penny McAlister sole airents. Hkani) new clock of every thing in the jewelry line at Penny A McAlister's. Watchi, Clock ami Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAlister. Foil coigns, colds, Ac, ue Compound Byrdp White Pine. Put up in 25e and 60c bottles. Trial sin 10c. McHobert A SUgg. PERSONAL ... m- - -- nil Thk case of Wigliara vs. Carpenter, Caey, and the Commonwealth vs. Shep-prd, Pulaski, have Court o( Appeal. e ben reversed m by the Mim Nanniic Woods, of Danville, is visiting Mis. Alnia.IIaja. Mn. J. K. Vowr.u, Ml. Vernon's bene rtrlaurate ur, waa in town Friday. Mils. Tayloii, of VermllWe. la en a visit lo her dauthler. Mr. Will Craig Mh and.Mrh W M. Boole spent dav or two with his parents at Iliistonvlllr. has moved to Mil. J. K I'i.KA8A.sr house rseently advertised for rent by the Mr. J. Bright. Mini Blancur Hkynom", of Madi-toIntl., is viriiing Mrs. C. 8. Uolmw at A woman tried to palm her bastard bady off on a nice young man here Saturday bat the game would not work and ahe re ired In a hurry. Rev. Clrecn Clay Smith Is conducting , a revival at Bardslown. chol-a- r The Presbytcritn Sunday-schoo- l enrolled number 003,755, a gain of 10,000 in a year. Kev. L. II. Salio, the converted Israelite, has just closed a revival and organized a church of 30 member at Springfield, Ky. Louisville i to have a Second Adven- tisl'rf church, but its projectors will have lo hurry up if they get in it before ascension day, which they have now fixed on the lth of November. Sunday morning 5 ersons joined the Walnut street Baptist church and 10 were baptized at night, 70 having been converted; 65 oined the church during tLe revival Courier- which closed Sunday night. Journal. The great flood of the Ohio has turn, bled the prices of all kind of groceries. Call and get my price before you buy elsewhere. Save your money by paying cash. 8. 8. Myers. ' Middleburjb. Miw Mry I)avhon, of Lincoln, III , arrived julerday and I the guest of Mrs Maids tonight. They are the prettiest, cutest and sweetest lot that ever reached the age when the derisive appellation of old maid is applicable. Old Bretire tosee the Nine The sleeper and passenger coach of the Friday night's express was thrown from the track by a broken rail near (livens1 and both badly damaged. Fortunately no r old Thoroughbred red bull, one was hurt. and Sunday. II. Bruce Saturday for sale. Apply lo W. E. Anion, Stanford. cone to Mh, Kki'iikk Williams h At the combination thoroughbred sale, Tnr lime of the day passenger train of his s.ck on the L. A N. was changed Sunday so that at.lhe HarrU Icdianapolis to trie ld-id- e Ky , aixty-fiv- e daughter, Mrs. M B Marshall the one going north pisses here at 12.60 r. hore brought $18,350. Mim A.nxa (JoOoin, of Someiatt, re earlier and the one going , or lo minute Squire John S. Murphy bought of. turned with Mr. B G. Pennington and i South at IM v !.,! minute earlier. thorHenry Btughman 2 C months-olnow the guest of Miss Butsy Pennington. oughbred heifers foi $130. Kast and Wi-- sr Lynne is an improveMiss Mary tagan, of Liusville, was The Bowling Green Gaulle report r, ment on (he old version being fuller and sales here oter Sunday en route to visit her of 5 mules 1 to fl year old for $705 Mr. J.C Cildwell, in Mercer county. stronger. The Giiinnesi A Abbey (Vj., and 8 head 'i to 7, at $135. Messrs. George McA lister and J. W which gives it here Friday night is spoken -- Col. I. Shelby Irvine sold to J. B James returned from visit In C ccmnsti of itij highly and a good entertainment White, of Huntsville, Ala., a fine five-yeSaturday. Tl.ey never saw so much water is insured. Richmond Regisold jick for 5050. 5KW AnVKRTISKMFNTN. CUI LOVETII THE I'llCEKlTI. GlVEIt before ter. Tnr. Nine Old Maids have had iiuilirin As a psrtial result of his t tlort In behalf Wanteh four good work mares, 15 to addition to their ranks since our lust re,v)i I. of the llod suflerers, Judge Brown sent 16) lit n In high, I to 7 jeir old. Ajpy S'X'Jb-t.TkTJbLSjLJ- sMl' Fannie Held ban comentid to become $(.') to the jmlite of Campbell yesterday and to A. P. vande Water, St. Asaph HetJ, A dsrk reil, tUer, with b'ack ncte. one of the faaioti band and to I ltil "ill 35 to M. I). Hall, Tressurer of the Belief Stanford. Literal reward for bit return to iof. s tie ei slsWr, or the only oocol Committee at Cti.cinnati He wi 1 con- ripe. apjxar Horse and jack bills are nearly JM-l- t T. 11. tlll.tj, 8iantord. the nine who evr had a beau. lin tie to receive sub'criptions and trusts Call at the Inteiuoh Journal office and Mn. John A. Haldeman, who is to l the libtrally. inclined will call ou him at Lft ntupply gotten up in the highest style Dr. Wood's psrtmr in the Public Printing, once whh contribution At the Christian ' 0f ie a,t Rt tne lowest prices. i pauetlupto Crab Orchard yesterday to church Sunday $23 wa subscribed to the The Jlryuttr says over 1,000 mules STORE-ROO- M recuperate, after a stay if seven weik at same noble purpase and al the Presbyteri- have been sold in that county this season. DESIICABLE was indeid a EL Atsph Hotel, now ofcuplod byJB. Frankfort, He saya it an church at night $7 76. The smallnets The average price haa been about $125, Voder tlie K. Weareo. Call on or addrest victory that he and the Dr. won. of the latter sum is accounted for in the making a grand total of $125,000. Ml EX It V JIAVa II 31 A X, ftct that there were less than two dczen For hale. A good, gentle, family Or 31. C l'OUTJHAX. LOCAL MATTERS. penom presenL horse. 7 years old. Apply lo Col. J. W. BrY the Oliver giving his came a Rigney, a Weatherford, Huttonville, or Mrs. W. T. A fellow ! Tyree, Stanford. son-oThe Somerset OJd Fellows tent $100 J. W.McAlisier bought for Mrs. M. lo the floi d suflerers. put up at the Commercial a few Taken upas a stray by Richard Etsds, of by B. Mc. Alister S2 acres of the Dr. Montcuuntr.llvipg irS lullnbouUiwe'tofbtanford, good New OJrar.s nicbts a?o and gveit out that he was TlllMT.KN pound i f a gomery f4rm for about $33 33) per acre. a gammer. rol.s-ion- , lie uispiayeu or 10 Yeni-- Old, A Red Steer, sugar for 1 at T R. Walton's. inlth of jewelry such as diamonds and Mr. Montgomery will retain the home Appra'oedat SIS. Oltfii undrr tny handaia Tnr. Lgn' Fort farm re.r ton is watches, but after remaining a few days he tract of 200 acres. day said JmilM-otth- f l'ef for V. county, tlil lh 1. The unanimous call made by the ofJaousrj.lMl. (fiered for sale See ad on firt page. bis board l'ltlt rjl.iX,C.J. skippi-out, forgetting to pay O lxulville Broadwav Baptist church for A copy All est; J Hi.ai.v, Clsrk U A telegram to the marshal of Junc Fen fresh Kood and low priies we dtfy bill. the services of Rv II. Allen Tupper, fix tion City was received there in time and competition on tanned goode. Metcalf iS: He has the "gay gambolier" wa collared. Sur- es ihe salary at $3,000 per annum. Owsler. . of his little game, not yet decided to accept. prised at the denouement The Cincinnati --We Journal say thst The tubscrlptiiri list for the tloul tnflVr-er- s beoflertd to pav his bill, the cost of the UK IT ORDAINED ItY THE CITY COUNCIL show as ritual that the riehet ton are telegrams and the marshal's in Ohio young apple nnd pear Iree are Or tTixKoan. cot, which It shall I unlawful for any perton to Itl. n't the most liUrsl givers. oou making hurl. Poaches and apricot fruit bud ar Uwp Tht in any home In the city at one time was accepted and he wa crl of eun owdr. killed; but grapes, apple and pears, the luors thuu ally FitfiT men lell n that oherrifs, pears tracks fer (nil timber. id. Thtsny iri.u eiiTlctl ot n ilolation and berries are not injured tIhlt Onlloar nbatl t lltic uot less than five do hardy cherries demd a a door rail, but ard j eat! eare as Tin: entertainment to be given be the yet. km por uMic than tufMjr 3e dollars lor ac there is ; et Ut prospect for ther fruits "Nine Old Maid" at Ihe Opera House to Danville Cociit. Auctioneer H. T. oHente.Thin ordltmue thall takoefV-c- t from Us 3d. about 000 cattle of all classes JXO. J. McttOIIKKTS, TiiEjouni: men are arranging to bur night promises to be an unusually enjoya-b'- llmh reports Clljr Clerk. Kj.t afltir. The young ladies have been re- on the market yesterday. Good cattle "Nine Old Maids," the proceeds leiqtie the held up to the usual prices but common to be devoted to the tlocd suflerers or sotae hearsing for several weeka and nil are thorTfaJrM.rk. MEKWIN'.SM'ECII'IC, up in their parts The story runs and scrub cittle were dragging with oughly other worthy object. .The Ureal Kti?llsh llcmeiljr, that away up in AlasKa State there lived prices a little ofl. Best 5 to 5) cent, com II. C Rr TI.EY Is beginning to rueive hi nine old maids, whose vecal and other lal mon :: lo 4) cents. Some mule but Memoi I p W "1 ry a Ln ! ot Hrln for U'eak NeMoui 'iirs I'owfr, Plug Spring stock of suitirg', of which h will in' are discovered by a young woman selling lower than past market Wmknw, r xtnuitlon, have a larger and bettrr U.ck than ever. lMls Lettie Rochester luiliotrncy and Oencral Lom ol who finally in- - hnrM-- about usual prices. ' di.ee Towit ol Ihe Oei eratlve Organs; Call eatly and mak a selection. Erasmus Thomas own a farm of l.'O thm to adopt the stage as a profet nl all ilHca.M that follow as a reM Ky , which be had Before Using, qutnre ot joulhral imprujenc ot We have jutt received the lir.ett line of ion and they rtarl out as a concert troupe acres rear Sharpburg, i matured srsrs. utti th.PiM-mIn the whh her a manager and many amuting been renting for $500 a year. Last yar at an Unleerral Laialtude.Paln Premacarpet ever exhibited in this market, emVistuii, e Uck, niuuifw of tnaoy ottrdii-ri- e of a tobacco mam, result. The the solicitation Ag and bracing evervihlne from a comrton henp scene and funny situation ture tiki or thai Is id to Kdinlston rt iiws- - young ladies will appear in frocks of ye leated him five acre of ihe sid farm to lo an ebgtnt Ilrus-- I la all cuot Kemle considerably aorevi.ited in tue be cultivated in tobacco on shares, and re Weakness tlio Pe:lflc acta like lk'-aolden tune, rvltoritll; lOM Of fildlnj will pneei I a ludicrous appear- cetvvd as his net share of the crop $575, rharm. or, $UUt to the. eye s ' IM, til The store of It N Bradv, at Stanford skirls and liechuL ZJmJviZSUE& had the free use of the remaining one ndfPirkllnu lauty Sianford Orchestra and AftarTaklng. theriwy blouom of hs u, Junction, w brokrn in tn Sundav nigt.t ance generally. The acres. melody-makinand if hundred and sixty-fivOjr.MfrwIn'it-pfctIs sold hy all Hru;xttt ard robbed of many valuables. The full will uuiit in the V AlfO by for W. A. Rinsell, Danville, ha sold to St per package, or U packers anxb-idfeels Bfier the performance is over Mr H on prlca exlehi. Knwrve', i not knowr. Ihe brown mall. postaRelree, hlch ltl to Vull pirtlculati- i i pampbH that he has not had hie money's worth, be W. C Fin, Cleveland, Ohio. dy i s c "' tililrtss ail mailed frv to erery ap ' can call al the box office and have it re celding, "Nobby," record 2:26, by Nobby to th ailt" in ut.tiuivr, Death Altera brief (lines', of leart funded. II'. it. IHKIt VI,. M. I) . Detroit, Mich dam by Sir Wallace. Price paid $5,000 by I'tnny MeAlliter and all Sold in diss-e- , Mr. Olapby Forbus, daughter of "Nobby," DnifTSlsta fctanford 200-lThe above horse was sired by eterywhere. We learn that after working two weekB died in Mr E. J. Moberly, of this county, now owned by R. II. Crow, of this county, Madison on Wttjnesday niuht last, nged to get the Judiciary Committee to report and we understand he ha produced more, a devoted hutbard favorably on the Lincoln railroad tax ex31 years. She leive s Kislern CARTER'S trotters, roadsters and emption bill, Judge Hill and Hon. W. L. and three children. horses than any other stallion in KenJackson, Jr , who, by the way, ha done wiiti that yoeman service in advocacy of the bill, for tucky. MllH. O W. LlSCOESKELTEK there was some insccuracii'i in the report which we extend the thanks of this section, The heaviest Kle "J f'n storm of of the killing of her ' husband by the succeeded three days ago in getting the the svison visited California on Saturday switch cnirine at Louisville. She tajs the covited report. They then went to each night. Tnree hundred jards of the Houtlt-er- n accident occuned at 7 30 and he died at member, explained the bill and asked him rci6c were washed away at North The railroad plainly if be would vote for it over the 4:10 alter great suflering. Newell. Telegiaphs in the north and south company had three surgeons with him 'till Governor' veto. Forty-fiv- e were found nre prostrated. his death and paid all the expentes of his who would do so, but an it takes a majority The members of the Missirsippi Blck llradaehe and relieve all tho troubles Inciburial at Cave Hill His life wa insured of hII the votes to pas a vetoed bill, it look n formal Tote on the President to n bilious stato of the svetcm, such as Dlx-- t Granger's Association and all his was decided after free discuteion to sup- dency a few days aijo, with the following Incss, Nauwa, Srowainras, D)itra after tvtlce, in the Whllo their moat rcmatk- fain lnthcfildp. Mr. Lingenfelter press the bill instead of letting it suffer an result: Tilden, 38; McDonald, 23; Uan-coc- able lucceia baa Jkc. thown in coring were paid up. due been hojxs that those who owed her husband ignominious defeat. A good many mem 3; Carlisle, 2; Byard, 12; Handall, 2; in thi caunty and never paid him will bers while they would like to see the bill Thurman.l; Lamar, 1; Pavne, 1. come to her help in her hour of grief and pass, did int wish to incur the ill will of The Henderson (Ky.) Fair Company vss Hradache,rr t Cartrr'sLlttlo Liver Pills arc equally need. &luablo in C'oustlpitlon, citrine and prcrrntlnc the chief executive and we suppose that fined $250 for permitting gambling on the t annoying complaint, whllo tbey also correct East and West Lynne Of this at- the conclusion arrived at was the bejt for grounds, the company having leased Ihe thtadlmrdrra of tho stomach, stimulate the llTrr ell Evi-House all concerned. If the y only cured traction, which appears at the Opera gambling privilege for $1,000. Governor and riguUte tba bowels. 22d, the Pittsburg Laid-er- , Friday night, the Knott has remitted the lioe, so far an the MARRIAGES. January 3, 18S4, says: " This week the State's portion U concerned. At the home of Mr. David Hair, Sun Guinness A Abbey 'Eicland West Lynne Nearly twenty thousand wen are at beaJmoftprlccIcea to those whoy occupied the Lyce- day, his 10 year old daughter, Miss Mary work on the Panama Canal, yet it ill be Achnlbcy would trcsslnit complaint t but Dramatic Company has eutrir from th!a dls their coodnessdort not end here, and tbosa E., and Win. Sweiriogen, of Casey, were um and it i deterving of praise. An five or six years before it is finished. Senwho onco try thcra will find these in the holy bonds of matrimony. version and it is an improvement united ator Frye is of the belief that the control WdowlttoutUiCBj. liut after all aide bead The marriage of Mr. W. P. Bradshaw of the old play of 'Eist Lynne' is present. of the canal is one of the most important ed. The company is an excellent one. Mr. and Miss Mattle M. Good was rolemnlztd queaiona now before the U. S Govern Guinness rniike a capital Sir Francla Lev-iso- n HtMr. B. F. Good's Thursday nighl, Ihe ment, 14th, in the presence of a crowd of friends and Mr. Armond a realistic Lady a About 2,000 of the inhabitants, of Braid, la thebano cf so raany Urea that Jierr Is where we make our great boaat-- Oar pllla care it while invests the small and relatives. An elegant supper follow- wood, III., assembled at Dinmond Mints, bel. Mr Edwin Browne ClCartcrVlJttlo Liver Wla are Tcry small and from that town, whero memorithree miles ed, afer which there was merry-makinpart of Richard Hare with applause-creatinthe spot where, rery easy to take. Ono or two fills makea dole. Mts Millie is a pretty al servicea were held over They are etrlcrly vreetable and do not gripe or tkill, and Miss Hernandez, who, by till a Ute hour 18, 1882, some seventy nine pnrc but by their penile action please ail who taking Barbara as she 'a Good nnd there were many that on February BoU the way, is a pretty and of whose Mothem, tnvlalaataScentstflTeforfl. minora lost their lives, forth-thre- e sweet little by drncguta everywhere, cr nt by mail. Hare. The company is certainly deserving envied the happy groom the bodies are still entombed within the dark CAKTEIt JIEUICTNE CO., New York. valentine be had drawn. mines. ol popularity. John 8. Owsley. Mn. and Ml s John Biiewkh, of Lebanon, were ihe guest of Mr. and Mrt, Oeo. two-yeaFair-grounsis-ttar The Stanford Jouiimal reports that the total amount it has received for the Barnes Louisville DemoTent Fund is $71,000. We did not know nur sage old crat. brother was given to such tremendous exaggeration. If the fund haa reached those enormous figures, then we ars an embezzler to the amoung of $70,929, for to save our life we can not account for bat $71 of it. If eJtrj man whose life has been befitted by Mr. Ihrnes' preaching had have "Walker given even $1, the amount named by the who figured brother con Id have been easily raised. It sensation at is a real shame that so few have rtsKnded Citv Hotel, lo the call. end sister, Recognized, LAND. sYooTanIT'cROP. Managed by Jno. B. Fith. Egs are selling at 15 cent per dizen in thi market. The gtneral opinion of fruit groweiu is that the crcp of 1884 will be very scarce. Perrons knowing themselves indebted1 to me will do well to call and fettle this week. "A word to Ihe wise is sufficient." F. L. Thompson. -- M. B. McMullin sold lo B. O. Oover two yearling mule for $220. W.G. Hiatt and Adam Catron sold 85 head of cattle in Lexington; price verr reasonable. Mia Anna Kirtley has been very sick for several day but i some better this morninn. Miss Sillie Mrer has cone to Mitchell, Ind., to attend the Normal College at that place. Hon. M. J. Cook is al home for a few days. Willis Adam, of Paint Lick; ia in town this week. John Orover has sold his farm on Skagg creek lo Milchel Norton for $1,000 Mi. Orover willed to Missouri to make He is an honorable, hi future home. just and upright citizen and we very much regret lo lose such as he from nur county, and we would take pleasure in recommending him to the citizen of any county lo which he might go Malley and B'anche D.iuglt, in the Jennie Cramer murder New Haven, registered at the Hartford, m W. S. Ifubbell occupying connecting rooms. they decamped. A stove-mil- l has been erected in Whitley county that employ over thirty men, fourteen team, and ships G 000 stoves per Louisville Post. For stoves read day. staves and there will then be truth as well as sense in Ihe item. Oov. Knott te'ejraphed Mr. Morrison as follows: In behalf of the great interests of my State in the whiekv trade, and of our citizens' interest therein, I would earnestly urge the prompt and favorable consideration of 'he Willis bill extending the horded iriod. PLOWS! PLOWS ! PLOWS9 THE largest stock of Plows ever brought to Stanford. Sole Agents for the South Bend Chilled Plows, that took 1st premium in your own neighborhood, the t i For Rent! Louisville Exposition, over 29 different plows. Oliver included. Also sole agents for the best steel plow in the world, The Old Reliable Hamilton Plow, with its new improvements. Also sole agents for the Frist & Bradley Snlkey Plow. This plow we will put in any man's field and try it against any known sulkey plow and let him decide who has the best plow, look at it and the price. Also a large lot of Timothy and Clover and seed Oats. We carry the largest and most complete stock at the "lowest living prices" of any firm in Stanford. d f- STRAY STEER .. Lln-co- lb BRIGHT & CURRAN J CIT' ORniSANCJE. WHY NOT Go where only one price is charg ed for goods and that pa-ij- e iw s Tr.lek. 1 reft " T LOWEST rvairaflc: L PRICE, g e h '' -- Where liberal buyers can get incf nc rliom"k Dfi tVlOSP who "Jew" and a child is eiven as eood bar- - - . first-clas- TivF.R mm posted persons? That place von Avill find to be the store of o'niiiG ne rlrlaov mi1 linf.f ai- wvv. viviVJ. " saiww Ur-islatu- MKG SICK k, I. B. WJM'0), Who makes a specialty of retail prices on Groceries, Provisions, Confectioneries, Hardware, Glassware, Queensware, Tinware, &c.,&c., HEAD ACHE form-satel- I-- g g Coener Main & Someeset Ssa Stanfoed, Ky. L'" WWMmmmmmmmmmm i'ltOl'KSMOUL Importing Mummies. now. Goodnight, "Mummies, as a staple article of trade, 9 night Willis." MIm Sent 1. vr. naowx. tXU M. nuRtiKtr. "Ladies, would you like to go jionie are quite new. Ten yearn ago the idea of BtlKDBTT & UROWN, Willis ssked, beforo the girl buying and selling human flesh, even tho' now tot ?" t In Sheep, Himlaand Turkey Blndlnoi. February 19, 1884 could answer her father. .v Uf ALL StaaforJ. Ky., it is desiccated, would have sent a thrill of MT. VEIINON, KV. "Thank you," Lillian replied; "I am to horror through every honest abolitionist. o with Mr. Cameron." Hut now ah, my dear sir, we live in n proVALENTINE, A M. 1'EYTOK, "Ah, hero he comes." i gressive age I went into tho business HTANFOIID, KY, "A valeutinc for ait!" Lillian Lwter "I am ready at any time," Fannie said, about five years ago, when mummies sold ! Will proctlm In the Cuiirti of Lincoln and POR MAN AND BEAST. in surprise and deligh', as alio put sweetly. Jolulnu counties o.l the mitwlor Court and Court with the wrappings all intact at about ol A.H'la. riclal alteutluo glrea loiolleellont THE STANDARD. out Iter daintily gloved hand for the Office o?er Hut National Hank "Get ready then," Mr. Douglas answer $250. I made a good deal of money at it, Hi Tor morn tlinn a llilnlnnrnntnrvMinl . 118,000 fLTpm Webtar-- lt haa Intra, an IWurUa, envelope the poainian held toward ed to this girl so eager to accept his escort, for mummies can be obtained in the land jnvxicmi iriuetniiK L.Iilui.ntbnhlocn I a lien V JkaJk nuou r.iicrnt ituuwn to minions nil over uio worm oi ll raiuilral Iili'tliinu n. her aa he met her descending the step of but turnrd toward Lillian with such a of their curing for the simple expense of f Uio only eafo icllnnco for tlm ruiirf or n.BBa Biamiaru in liov't i'r nl na ( Hire, ALEX. ANDEBBON, nccUlonU nml min. It la a modlolnpl JL XJUXd 3!,0()0 coplea In Tuhllc Behools. lie. home. ATTOltNHY A.T IA."V, look of pain in his handsome eyes. digging for (hem. Then the duty on them nbovo prlco una prnlso the lwt of It I Bala SO to 1 fif any DANVILLE, KY., familiar chirogrrt-pb- y kind, Jt'or cverv form ofostcniul naJn II Oae glance at the bold As she deccoded the stairs ready to leave, is not excessive and the consequence U XI a,C!'an",,lt'niakAl'niiillrNCIIOI.Alt.S, tllA Will practice In the Courti of Beyle and adjoining , JDJCfOJL hnltt for revealed who wm the giver of the ounllrtanj In the Court of Appall. .Wills stood at the foot waiting, and whis that the profit is exceedingly satisfactory." er TJCACIIl.'ltS and .SCHOOLS. VTrbaUrU Standard Authority with the V. H. . voice at once entreatinz pering to hei in a "Do mummies ever spoil in transit?" Nuprtmin Cuurt. Ilreointnendeil by Ua 8tat J. n. Sue clasped it in her hanJ unopened command Sup'ta ofSchoots In 30 Statoa. "No," aid the irreverent old man, " A LIBRARY IN ITSELr." And Matter CoiunitM'on..r ltocketitle Circuit Court errand. lstrvnn; Mnlmrnt la without an cmia and ntarted on her "Wait up for me. I 'shall come to the "mummie never spoil young man. They MT VKRNON, KY, It peuetratca Tho latest edition. In the quantity of matter it nml mucls away from houee as soon ha I have been home with Will practlc In the llockrMtk tViurtt Cotlr. . Oaly alone in her own room, very bono lnaklnir tlm nnnflti have been too well brought up for that Art contains, u uollOUM to Lo tlio largest To'unn tloui a uuco of pntn unit luiUxniruntlon ImposIX j. UtBre la would she Fannie." pubtlthed. the gtit of any rude paaser-by- , of thing. Then they are hermlically eealed 1 1 liaj sible. Jta I'iroclsupon llmnun Flesh anI 3000 moro Worda an J nearly three ilmi- i tho urucnuauy wouuur-- . ijjrmu i look upon what her friend had sent her. numtxr of Kngrarlnea In any other Arner "Very well," the girl returned coolly and been well cleaned beforo canning and ItBE F. HUFFMAN, Tho Mexican can Dictionary. '"Will thin tell tue that he hveo mi?" she enough. there were never ruofquitoea in Egypt, nor l reliable school HTANK011D, KY. thought. OOce South tide Main turret, two doore above Iltlaanovrr-preaentani- wholo family. && lleral.t. "Lillian! Lillian!" Willis commenced Jersey liitutning, nor Miine maple sugar, the MreM IIoUl. and never impetuously, as an hour later he entered INDORSED BY Then nhe quickened her pice nor oleomargarine, nor any family named ihltyin audi high uuthorltUa aa ruroNltruui Oxide Oai adutalttered when re quired. heeded once the cold wind beating against the cosy room where Misi Lester Bat with Thurber. The Ejyptions were well conOoo. Itancron, It. Kinrraon. Liniment Is nociled by tomobody In Wtu. II. I'rearott, evory house, tvory ''"' urlnjw now of John (. Whlttler, her face aiahedreamed that old, old dream hands tightly clasped and head proudly ducted individuals, who died when their tley, l,.?l,n L W. I). llnwrlU, wie acronr or an ntrrul acalil r lium DB. W. D. PENNY, as old a Elen and a, sweet aa it i old. s llxluoil, erect J 't;0. Ilalleck, J. O. Holland, innrtyrt time came arid had themselvos sewed andll Stored. Orofrv rlie tiiuMJo litiran ni-- n. l)()lUll4t, II. U.Hmnrt, mnlllnliln JainoaT. Hrlds, iii she delivered her mes Beaching home Whatever this man had come to tell glued up in the old clothing of their rela nPWfnT STANFORD, KLNTCCKY. J.iraAblmt, 'rWV tiro. V. Mnrah, by tbo healing power of Uaj aaved in. T. llarrla, Kpnip V. llattle. sage to her father, who thanking her, Fald: her, he should not find her greving over lives. No, they don't spoil, my boy; but OOre ofr Ultit S Lrt'.t'e ttorn OtSi-- lour Wer.1 a tmllnt lilac- -, and th "It ha.1 all from 8 to U a. M.anl I to 5 r ad Tfew lvlltlon alrnin "You have not forgotten that we are to his insult. brlnga II fairly up lo date IM-lm uwlptvj wicn nrciuurr they improve greatly after they haye been j Tma, Junt, isi. nttend the wedding pirly of Harry Jone "Why do you, treat me so cruellj? I partly uuwrapped " Tho UnalTldgeJ U now aur.plleJ. at a amtll a I ditlonal coal, with IiKNISON'S ar love you darling; love you better than which spe"illlr cures each allmcnta of "In what way, most mighty mgt?" I PATENT REFERENCE INDEX, tho 1UMAN 1X1:11 oa She forgottei.1 when Willie Douglas any one else in thi world, and you Hit OMllint lam. Ntrl!lnr-a- . nil(T "Well, when we unwrap them the suro valuable and Intention. ft vras lo bs thertl "You dare to tell me this after what face ot the body is almost as white a your uiua, (Miirnciru .nucira, Jtiirna "Th xreaUit Improvement In bookmailnr i..iu nraiua, cuts, UlUlan ami that hai Iwen made In a hundred years." only said smiling But she Miirnlua, you sent toda?"sLe interrupted passion- flesh. A white mummy i like curry withI'oliononi Ultra nml 0. aC. MERRIAM & CO., Iub'ra, Springfield, Maaa. Mlllga. Mtlmirat, -a, Olil No papa." ately. ar rai oro, ric.-a.l'roa- out pepper, io we take him out into the llliUlna. Soro .Mniilti. Cal. unit, ami "We uiuft tirt early, aa I wish to leave The girl had risen and Mood with fold, sun and set him in the full rays of it. -- THE M08T DESIRABLE ROUTE To c. ImUcd ctery form or .jtcriukl Yju miy stay though, if ed arms, and wa a picture worthy any before it U late It hcnl- - without acara. passed ho wiiaw many days are ror tho HltirrE IIUUTION It eurea you prefer." man's admiration with her flaming cheeks color uearly like that of California hiualna. i1t1iiiip. Kiln Joint. rounder. Tlnrnrai Norti. Hoof Ilia. "1 will be ready in time," she answered and wrathful eye, and pretty parted lips. When and then he is marketable. And decidedly tkt Popular Route, affording, aa I' foot ltnl,Hrrrtv Wnriu. Srali, & and hurried to her room. "Today? Lillian, I have sent you noth- he is sufficiently tanned we varni'ti him t iloia, leasiaaceaaad aupertor auxiiamo-latlonmiiiuiT iinrii, scraicura, ium-Kall- a, Spavin, Tliruah, Itlngtiune, she tore open the pre ing. I do not understand." With eager haste may place him in the darkest cor Old Korro. I 'oil Kvll. I'lliu iiikiii and you Missouri, Iowa, Eanias, Texas, Chicago the Mt;lit nml every othrr olliurnt cious envelope. "I will help you then." ner of your brandy clcset to frighten li Tlileh tnn ntcunaiita of tho The North, North Mtanl Weal la fact, If you The smile on her fice faded, the glad ex- filnblc nml MocU nril nre liable, Swiftly nhe left the room and soon re- Bridget when she gets thinly, without encoot uipiate a trip In any dlrntlon, your loteri-a- t '11)0 3Ixlraii MuatmiK I.lnliiirnt THE HJ'M' LINK RLNNINo will t.p Leatarr or purcnannt your iicivie via pectant look in her eyes changed to one of turned with the valentine in her hands. alwayo curvi ami iiuvcr lUauppoluts; I could give dangering his complexion. K. C and Cincinnati. rUeetara. IX- -. IMilliiiiiu and u Is, positively, Cars! "Allow me to return you this. 1 am anjry scorn. gint New Day Coechea, anj banda.niely furalih-jou no definite idea of how many mumed ltM.llnlng Chair Cara Isrm the unejualrd She held in her hand a great, hideous not accustomed to such attention." ANI OLW TRAINS ejuipiuentauf tkta CM Reliable, thereby uiakta mies are imported into this country every MriA A. a ., luvti.lnu a ,rlr .,., I h Mmf.ifl an.l yellow and red picture, representing a simHe examined the envelope. year. I myself sold nearly 500 of them in Plraaui. Try It. 'LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO silly cariOF ALL pering ilirt and underneath the He opened the vaUntine and read the 1833. You see when a person gets tired of A. 1 .1UI I.UIIt.1'. 15, I5W 11 Jib lAUUnl.l J.Irs . were printed thwe linei cature printed lines. Time herein It SO alcutea loer tkaa time his mummy and pines to be relieved of hii 51 g -- l'aawiere lrm lae Knot. .MrrHUL !,OT,1heretofore glvca "Your pretty waya and alnilpe amUee, . . 5f .. The surprise, the pain, the wrath in his t leBraitif J. ,t , j u .ii . ,B jyi.,,,,, precoace, an tne iuna kui pj 1 uncommunicative Your wlnta aad noda, low they bjgulle! la tlwt.i u train of tae ''Manoa face revelled to Lillian that he was innoin iln : in break the Erirtilian up with an a && Iule aad aw ihrvu.b to You can't deceive the knowing men, No. Ii. No. I. BOfTM. No... cent of the wrong she had imputed to him. (Jrcencrtstlo, ('riinrurilstlllc I.iifajctto Nor even foola, scarce one In ten; ax. put the pieces in a coffee grinder and 3 T Da ui OE BEAST. 1 4) p UI -- ....... Lve. CorlnftsQ ?03 unel L'liltMiro Mltlmut chniiirr. . He tore the valentine in pieces. To beauty, honor, heart and unw. the dust up with turpentine and ra then mix aliiiutn . iMaia 4 li p ui You only make a po)r pretence." What was it that dropped from the en- linseed oil. The result will be an excelafl' t 1" a in 3 H p m time taiili: Cyntalaa It) 't a m 6 W ii u l'arla. Lillian threw it down and wtaiuped her velope and rolled to Lillian'j ftct? J ; K'i sTAIlu.Sn. WPtfWaWilll ATrr felly Hilly, lent color with which to paint your dado II 09 a m 6 O) p lu I'arla . feet upon it, and in her fierce angei could It was the fatetul opal. Lie. 1uUti,U ...... 7 11pm II Upn 6 a in an Egyptian red." hart ground it into powder. 1 01 pin Give it to me, Lillian; I will return it I'arla IMpD . ... Arr. OrrMHaalte. ' ('raffordertlle a wall with human flesh?" L.r MIllrral-ur"Paint 5ai i 1 a V4 p la IMlDI 1 01 pin Then she flung herself upjn the bed in a to its owner. How glad I atu you know . Lahrrtf. t Ii pm l p tr' t'arlula "Why, yes Never let unhealthy senti " Chtr 7 .VJ am a jO u to S 14 p iu, passion of bhr, iniignant tears. " ..... Majarille. .. cow I did not send it mentality interfere with high art decoraThe ui4t dlrrcl roiite, she grew quiet. th only ene ehaofeof W p to ..... . II va a iu I'arla. "Forgive me, Willis." car. In ali 4Eita In W twtiala, MiroimU, Iowa 7 19 p iu Y. Tribune. Wlnchater . tion "- -N of such an act If Willi could be guilty Tor lirth-- r lufonuallon. "My darling Lillian." 3 u) j m j SO p uifl. U p iu Netriiia. Ac RIcbBianJ ML'ltKAV KK1.LKK, IJ I .U p ui A , Was Christ a Christian ? Incuter bo insultingly unkind he wai not worthy of He folded her in his arru; he bent until llUpu htaniord Jane! 3 (XI p w Uulatllle. Ky r. Taking the standard of modern pietists her love, norther leara, nor even of her his lips met hers in a long passionate kiss. No t: No. 1 No. 1 Noant. Will the New ciitoni. maI led cocr to s?nil aau.ianta ana u iS jtt ir Wnni t'X a Mbw When they looked occe more into each for it, Christ as revealed to us in 9 OS a m 13 M p in ' Lve. Stanford June, : a, ( r il vr-pIt ita nail She arose and picked up the hated thing other's face there was no need to voice TeMament might not be considered an or- til kIIO 'i (of 9 lil a iu I vj pm . ii Incaater aid ie u hlchuiond ... 5 40 a oil i p m S lip iu s,rd rUnu Inailluiililv to alt. and thrusting itint) its envelope hid it their love in words, for in the eyes of each thodox Christian, certainly not a pattern. v ,kt .i ,t Wlncheaur ! ,,i JHD OHIO 7 M a nil 2 M p m writing-des- k He condemned long prayers and loud D.M. FERRY &CO.oy,0c'.'. Arr I'arla away in her treasured satin-woo- d waa the memory of that caress. 3 4U a m 13 V p id. Lve. MayarlUe his present to her on that happiest What Mr. Douglas said to Miss Jones professions, "to be heard of men." 7 10am 1 M p tu Carllale IIOX. G. TAI.IIOTT He never took up a collection. 7 V3 a to 3 )ptn had ever known, only eight when he returned her opal I do not know, Mlllrrabur Christmas she 7 AS a m, INpn, la a Candidate for Cjllireai In Ihla dlaltlrl.au!. Air I'arta he. "Blessed are the poor," said weeks ago. but when, six months later, cards announJect to the aitloa of the democracy. Lve. Leiln;too 7 t a m 3 00 p mi ' ' r'-mi It was ail over now, the bright dream cing the wedding of Willis Douglas and the poor are neglected, nnd the preacher t am 3 .vj p m' ".. 1 33 a m : p m: " Parte. nhe had cherished those few brief momenta Lillian Lester were issued, the name of generally "bleat" the rich. Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. ' fjynthlana., Sda in 131pm . Christ gave the world a model prayer while she had unopened in her hand the Fannie Jones waa not upon the list. 9 3 a u 4 M p to Falmouth -The only line run 0104- . aaki only for temporal II 10 a m ( 10 p mi... Arr. Cfcrlnrton It is very short and Yalentine Willia Douglas bad sent A Substitute for Matches. No. .'3 Lv. Let SMan, Arr. Mayavllle S 10 a m blessings. She was not a sentimental, love sick No. 37 Lv JMfin, Arr May atllle 10 p in PULLHAN SEW 8LEEPIN0 CAR8 Countleoa accidents, as every one knows, He made a model sermon. It concerns No. 34 I.e. Mayavllle 3 to a m, Arr uix. a a i a in maiden, who in reality or imagination Lv MaviTille Diu Arr Lea a 40 pm JOURNAL No. 11 Lt. Cor. S 00 p13 13Art r'almouth 7 0) pm' would break her heart because of any man's arise Irom the use of matches. To obtain matters of of this life and good rules for THE IXTEKIOIt m. No. I light without employing them, and so with- humanity. No. a Lv. Uliuoulh 3 M a ra, Arr, li 7 si a m fickleness or perfidy; neither was she one of No. I and 4 daily batva r.lfhnvocvl, ltlntoo EZ NTEAM JOB OFFICE out the danger of setting things on fir, an "liove one another" waa the new comraoat , and Co'lotoo, all otbera dally eicepl rtun lay those who spend their live patiently waitingenious contrivance is now used by the mandment given. Kind of Printing at Doh for, striving after the impossible. LeuLilllc,C'lucluuHlluB(lLrx ing to When asked. "What shall I do to be lURleu, Hy., She knelt beside her bed and prayed for watchmen of Paris in all magazines where priceA. explosive or inflamable materials are kept. saved?'' Chriat did not aar, "Join the Kor Ikkata, rate and Infiw uiitloa pertalolof lo grace to bear the trial which had come to W. P. W ALTOS, time, conoectlooa, Ac, can on or aJMrraa OP. Ant one may easily make trial of it. Take church," "Get religion," but the plain adIter, then rose In the strength which 0m1 if n iLnrtaflilM a an oblong vial of the whitest and clearest monition: "Keep the commandinenlV' Hun lord, Ky. gives to His beloved and went about her OnDctIn la aanie depot with tut tratna lor , gl.i-vand put into it a piece of phoipho-ro- u with the injunction, "Sell jour gooda and CL. BROWN. O. W. RENDER. d daily duties aa the oaly daughter of a HuperlnUndent. 0n'l Paaa. A I'rt. Av about the size of a pea. Pour some gire to the poor" not to the church or (Vrlnftoa, K '. clergyman, and not the keenest obaim-plOEO. U. McKINNEV.Trav. Taaa. A Frt. Ajt have detected a trace of the olive oil heated to the boiling point upon mistionarT aociety, or thin, or that HUBlord, Ky. server could d the phospnorup; nil the vial about The Direct Bonte toLynohbure, Dan' "Gire to the poor." tempest which bad pawed over her soul. full, and then cork it tightly. To use Christ eaj", "I came eating and drink-ing- , Lillian wtn. with her father to the party ville, Horfolk, and they said, behold a glutton and which she had anticipated with so much this novel light, remove the cork, allow the air to enter the vial and then rerork it. wine bibber." Evidently he drank wine, delight. All Virginia and North Carolina The empty space in the vial will become and that, our priest and prohibitioniU Aa she entered nhe saw Willis Douglas Points. (ra.) Tiruea. Kor tlcketa and lurtber Information, apply to engaged in an animated conversation with luminous, and the light obtained will be tell u, ia wicked.-Chero- kee your UM.vet ticket offlc. or addrete tqual to that of a lamp. When the light their mutual friand, Fannie Jone. Sinter Lavender, the Widow Van Cott of grows dim its power can be increased by W.J. lUaii, Twenty-fou- r W, K.AKNOI.n.tei hours befoie it would have the African raco.ia holding revivalaamoDg Adferllalou Agt , Ticket and Paw. ait been the most natural thing in the world taking out the cork and allowing a Iresh al. GtjMftnaa RriA fIfl W JInlu Ht Uulatllle, Ky" rf aU where they aat and Mipply of air to enter the vial. In winter lo Lave walked over to "i mi it is sometimes necessary to heat the vial memo! h,r trun'I Manager, greeted them. tlen'l I'aaa'r Aat. Richmond. Virginia. Now she turced in the opposite direc- between the hand in order to increase the fluidity of the oil. The apparatus thui tion. Chi "S:, waa in no hast) to meet the man wale may be used 'or fix months. Sue TAKE THE- cago Time. who had shaken her faith in him and in w K,i r.n. ,u At Canton, Ohio, twenty five years ago, all men. sue mc wc gion oau. i yiajru, j , drilled toward her Williams Deweea and his wife quarreled, After a while the two Baptist religion.' I used to know an old & n. and she extended a welcoming hand to Mrs. Dewees desired her husband to do Baptist deacon, and he waa bo nice and quiwhich he regarded as either a trifling thing each et I 83y to myaelf I'll bo a Dapti.U. Hut Her lefi hand was placid in that of Wil- impossible or unwise, and he refused. She the Uiptint religion wouldn't come, and I FOB Tll- becoming petulant by disappointment, rashlis Douglas give got desperate and prayed '0, HiooJ evening, Lillian; left hand next ly exclaimed: religion." Then the Lord came "If you don't I'll never speak lo ycu me my the heart," the young man said, laughing. down and made me a roaring, ehoutmg There was no mistaking the look of ad- again as long as I live." rtou eajs to my nurei DEALEB IN "I not only will not do it" he said, Methodiat. And haI washed me whiter miration he gave her, but there was no an'Praiae God, he half- - aroused to nger, "hut I will not speak swering light in the than anow." And Bhe aaya, 'Oh, atop your Hurilimrca CJroeerlCH, IIorNO Shoes .SiiiIiI.cn, to you until vou speak first to me." scornful gaz; which met his. aa black aa the day you LOUfHVILLK XuIIh, Iron, lucciirtvmrt, IltiRKy Whips, Since that time until within a week lying, you're jint she had loved IINCIN.NAT,!. the lilt Miss Letter wai no flirt; were born.' But the Lord made me whit-e- r aud the :oriri. Hi'BBy WlacelN, NtovcH, I'arlor Cara to flnclnnall Cane HurncH, this man and ho was meanly trifling with they have not spoken to each other. A Waihlng-tothan anow all the aanie, glory, glory, Spoken, Gru.uH, lUltlmore. Older HIHIh, Lap Covcrn, outchange. riilLn.l.-lnlil- . r .'"flnnatl.v.i. i.r m. her; so there came no ready answer to his few night", ago Mrs. Dewees thought she glory." IS litis Corn Shellern, Collars Stoneware, was dying, and said to he husband, playful words. to Why He Loved Music. "William, I believe I am dying." 8T.LOUI3 and tbeWeat. toward her friend Fannie, She turned NorthwMtaiid tMulliea, with Meeplnir "Your wife is quite a vocaliat." Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plows, Wooden and Can 00 uUhl train, IjuUtI11o ta is getting well, and She did not die; she t. Louli. whose little hand she held, and exclaimed: "Yen, and I encourage her in it as far as f Cast Pumps, and the Celebrated Mayflold Elevator. Tin Roofi"Why, Fanaie,you have lost your opal!" she and ber husband now converse freely. ia ng; and Guttering will have prompt attention. in my power." LOUISVITXE to 'Yes, I lost it yesterday. Is it not Djwees talks about the matter in a philosoST. "Quite rieht. too, for music ia a divine phic sort of way. He thinks may be it dreadful?" NHiemneti John jt,iuht,Jr. moat elevating and art. I think it ia the "Sad. I think, since it was your brother's was all for the best. They are both INL'IANAI'OLlS.l'HI rfnn and if they had continued to talk purifying of all arts, and Shakespeare was laat g'jjLRvhy dreadful?" cllnlng Chair Can through without change. said 'the man who has not ,m $)) '0(58; are fdta' slonMi T0U know; to lose together they would have quarreled all the right when he etrata-gemaif'BaJ r aVt af m TaV .7? fca AE& JBU time. As it is they have had a peaceful, mueic in his soul is fit for treason, one lirjnfrirn calamity. Something awful LOOK AT THIS J spoils.' Don't you love muaic?" and Covington Commonwealth. quiet time. Jo& will happen to me, I feel certain." "Very much, indeed." Eapreea (dally) from TIJJ ?:M P- The widow of Congreaaman Mackey, of 'Do not be so superatitiou?, Fannie. Palace dleenlog Cars from liuUvin Loularllle "And your wife's singing, I should think iPHABMACISTS uwful could ever happen to you, I South Carolina, is apparently n pure Nothinj 0! r1".10!1" c'1ID8ti arriving at Waahlngton 2:29 would please you greatly." P (Qa DVXl Ulje am sure," said Willi. but there i, it is said, a mixture of "It doea, it doe, I aiaure you, for when ,., DKAtKIA IB rfj. r7TifiCnk? v Hours Ahead of All Competitors, He had such a winning way with wo- African blood in her veina. Some years - frA. AI she sings ahe can't talk, and" VS-rDrnrrs. Snnlrn. SfttTirwT w.-- -, men, this Willis. ago Senator Angus, Cameron, Teller and w w, W.MH.WMUAJ The lady came In at this moment and "v s .'Vtok-rn- l a iJ- -l .1 "C jtj i, nnii z17 1 .lSZi' raw.eBLr je All women liked him and Miss Fannie Kirkwood dined at her house in South CarS&)f7) ""' ixiuoiUH, CI Ar'r'.7e ,?8l KK1T2 ioJrl po n,.dn.t ch.ng-the conversation waa not continued. auianco 0 otner line., .thereby eccurln? would have bartered her soul to win from olina, nnd she entertained them with Phyiyclatu' rreicilptlons accurately 'corupoundod time for making clung. ol can Alto getting It is the energetic, pushing man who him such a look aa he had beatowed on her marked intelligence and culture. When choice of aeata Ux can of connecting line. pMli HO WATH iailiji A. Sv succeeds in this world, Young man, if JaMBBaHaau ' a moment before. other llnea to Indianapolli and Inadvanwpf friend Lillian i the gueata departed, Senator Cameron aaid Chicago and tho only line giving else to push, push It. 12. All her love shone in he eyes as she to bia companions: "Do you know that you can't find anything Telegram. rl.d.e i?1?"8 ,h ,bore of Lake Mich TUK a b.by coach. "Chicago amswered "PV r 'apply to If the lady who hai eo charmingly entertain,,nM aJdreaa iif iinnJS'T"?' rn raaeenger Agi t.. Largest .Stock of 'Watches, "I believe there never would, If you ed us li what they call down here a 'damn .O0U,.nf The salary of the yice president, cabinet H. fc. Cor."Fourth Main all., Loul irllle. Clocks, Jewelry k Silverware could prevent it." , nigger?" Teller and Kirkwood were as- ministers, and speaker of tho house of repdeu'I Manager. Soon after Mr. Lester, coming toward tounded and were with difficulty convinced resentatives- is $8,000, Congressmen get Ever brought to thla market. Prices Lower than Uenl raaaengex Agt Cincinnati. the Loweat. Watohea, Cldoka and Jewelry $5,000.' Ibeaeaid ' that such was the fact. J. D. DILL, Paaaenger Agoat, 00 short notice and WarrantoJ "Lillian, I am going Fannte-go- od THE BEST WEBSTER'S UNABRIDGED.' jmMAMHsqf!H Mmf r roit.via vs .vTiirvwe a 134-t- rr LINIMENTS ja.v, em-bo- imilV I otlit-rixrl- val-twi- ' MEXICAN flh in-nuni- ""t lnti-lllc- nan, AltornoyAtliiiw, Courl-bou- . ili!t MUSTANG HUIKiiiOIN UUNTIHT, ...' LINIMENT rr nLn ?" Ii LR.B tlmo-sarln- De-fo- re illa-rm- red-woo- d mi "Moxoar koutje." cimbivaxi!, Louisville, New a Albany Railway. Palace THE BEST MS I iraTs ' - ,,,, the-trfl- lR , . '! frJ Ill0tl. . llllu llllH & ni'iH an-He- - l & dSMIIKE Bl, .. To-da- y Kentucky's llouto East li, A SOLID TEAIN WASHINGTON CITY. rjrj t'llj SpooialRatoa Emigrants. I'll wid-owi- y, 3XTot7" one-thir- JEE.G. JbTJ"JbrJT iTCiT". I have received and am still receiv ing New Goods for Fall and Winter, ..l..J comprising' the best in the market, enr,i.in...Mio: ;ii?htXnrArr."dV:! which will be gotten up in style and1 LlS" "tSCl'aSaS mafc second to none in city or counTb..u..j xry. uive me a trial. wet t. u. Jtcupiey -- W. H. HIGGINS Mill, oi Mississippi w. East,West and North Haioxiisniiio '.rainS , l n. STrs 1S "" nuurs IO louis. high-strun- g, s, Cau-c&ia- n, PC '.Mil j -- immrrt) , lafcaajJJJJI Mmk mmm Tr A.5 Z:.' La"' J nuu uuuy 1 "" h;;vi:m;i:s? '.'?'?. , Lebaaon.Ky.