You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884022201 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. tM jtemi "Weekhi X.-NUM- mfefin 1884. onfn al NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER VOLUME SSenu-88- 1 BER 510. BROTHER BOGLE'S BUDGE1. DANVILLE. of front y age la STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 226. ccliln V. ntt riorounml P. WALTON. rubtlHcd TiteaJay ami ftlt.OO XI31t jVNJVUJVI When paid atrlctlr I aJrancn. waltanr time, 83,50 will K I e . lute to clurci-J- GEO. 0. BARNESin ENGLAND hod.SuAOici.KTrr.L Lanh, K., Dtc 2083. " Dfir Interior i ' '. r (Cinllnufil fotu latt Iiiuf ) KctiirninR to tbe "Ilari-acls,where the "workers" live, at CO C'omuirrcial atreet (tolng out o( lh way myself with a lirolher to liate lok down Petticoat Lane, which, like the other two strreta alnte tnenllomd, JjeKUT "II ilwcripllon) wo sat down to n comfortabje, butt err pUin dinner in the J'h ator dinioK-roouraised far little while abore the cUlter of the strtelaml the sight nttd eotinda of a in ami niUtrj: The aleeptog apartuicntt are In the 3d , Morjr, belnjr lot of deal partltlourd hardly almt the dignity ofhiinka, but ijuile Rood enough, for thee drar women, who eateem It "alljjr"to "riniiire hardntM a good soldiers of Jesus I'hritt." One of then noble worker haa her lovtly villa al thamalde, which ahe haa not been in for year, prrferrlox for Jeui' sake a bunk In the Ili'rrtcka in the sluroa of Kat some." Loudon, If onljr ihtia ahe "maj "The Crowning Dir It ComIdj At u'uluck I preiched arid th i r (ian to a wotaan'a hireling of 200 or rnme In the larg room appropriated for.Sur.dij-schoo- l Fndeeil it waa tn adult Sunday school, followid bv one for the childien I Dalkton, Ioni)os, i, sntiK-eerie- i .: 1 littr on Inllie CTcnlnk'. it wan1rtctou meeting and a number of confniuii of the dear name of Jecua, but I mar not halt to speak ntrtlcuUrlr of It. F I mnt to the third atrvlce of tin- o.j, fu h. . and Interestmjf that I am aure mr readera ton will pari on uiinutene of mention, errn should it make tur letter longer than usual. At 6 o'clock tbe "Jsdglnj; Houeta' are t1 ited. A brother, who krew h work, took Willie oil tj one tuvptik'to itie ictuatra, while Mim Md'aeraoi claimed the girl wfpand rojaelf lotaMijm t another. I'tunglng down a tarrjw, uirly ilreet, ill' paved and l, we turned at right anla into another atill ntrrower, dirtier and more forbidding, until we halt ed la front of a diner building of biickrl:.with "Licensed Lodging House" over Vh itnnr tn naif ftlillt.rifixl TMi.r. mill. tncth7 r. . . er paaard." low portal in rough a nimv the vealtbule, where a brawnjr man waa hold inj weeping woman In hli arm, her face covered with blood and ahe vainlv atruj;'-glint- ; to get away. A fifht had juit occurred, with aome other dreadful creature, male or female, and a little crowd of look-er- a people cremated. live, No nor while their children and weraaaylng thia and that in excited AN OLD TIME IX)US 8HUCKIKO. mine survive. I knew no want of tonra, a they aided with one or the other The amuaementa of the former dava in Puahing our way untnolealed through ithta , Jncolll , thtwl Mltlemen, or caie for the marrow when I was their Look al theae wrinkled, rough introductory gathering, we entered a long, were Ieaa elaborate than those of the prea property. low ceiled room, with three ent, bHt certainly enjoyed hand. They tell the tale. They tell with aa much how It oiled for them. And the story ia not large gratai on one aide with fire in full iMt aa any of the modern substitute. We blaat and aundry ptrliee cooking food or paaa over the gamea and device ended. They are old and helpless now, peculiar to it boiling water for tea, thereat, while on the children. Such an institution aa and live as I once did, In a little cabin, and a chilI atill toll for them. I send them half of other, alalia, tnl unlike abort church pea a, dren's parly wa then unknown. Very few only double, wuh bench et facing and backa entertainments were given simply every dollar I draw from the state treasaa social a little higher than the modern alyle, holdfestivities. In that day of social equality ury, and when their daughter, a beautiful ing ihx each, three on a aide. Perhaps 40 and mutual dependence it was and good girl, whom I used to carry when the custom ahe waa a child in these strong arms, was or 50 of theaein all and about an average to utiliia the social gatherings. Thus, of four In each on the present occasion. when the farmer had pulled I sent her a check hts corn from married not long ago, for $1,000. At tbe corner of the ell a little cabinet or- theatalks, and thrown it Havel not the right to ask into a heap or gentleman of the majority, to deal gan had been placed. Some of the men ridge, he invited all his neighbors to a you, curlonaly, but the greater part looked on Fort Wotlh generously with my race?'' husking frol'r These were always held at took no notice, evidently being familiar night and largely attended. Two men, Gazette. with thia form of evangeliatic invaxion and genfrally The maximum penalty for usury, ac the mot nearly matched in quite well acquainted with our doughty strength and other many qualities, pro cording to the French law, is six months' ciptaln,who went up and down theatalN ceeded to "divide the pile." This was done imprisonment, besides a line whicn may apeaking in a kindly familiir, but thor by laying a rail across the heap aa mar be fixed at any amount. No delinquency, oughly characteristic way to the motley tho middle as possible and drawing loti for however, ia more frequent than this, for crew. beWhen Marie began to aing her gentle choice of ends, after which a long and crit- cases of usury are coming constantly fore the courts, and it may safely be presolo, the lodgers pricked up their cars. It ical examination was made by tho successwaaa new sensation and evidently a little ful competitor in order to decide as to sumed that not once in twenty times does variation' of the customary Sunday servici. which end contained the snialleH qiiantity a u Mirer have any legal troubles brought By tbe timu ahe wan done the cookiug hnd of corn and that of course wai chosen. The to his door by hU clients; thus it will be conned, some few laid down their pipes and next point was to divido the hands, which seen that the sum total cf fraudulent nil were attention and quiet. Mounting a waa done by the captains selecting alter- money lending in France must be very large- bench in a corner stall, I bgan my little nately until tho names were exhausted. We say again, and say it boldly, that began the earnoat strife, oach party Hermon and gave them, in substance, the Then endeavoring to finish ita end in advance of an attack of bellyache in Gerater'o baby name gospel aa to the roughs under the archway. The dear aotils listened as if for the other. The captains did nothing but may knock our opera eeaaon u, w. and the gods, ever kind to us when mislife and when I put the teat of joining in overlook and encourage their men and the zeal and eloquence of their hortations was fortunes threaten, stand near with parethe chorus of "O.Lamb of God, I Cjme," Cincinnati Enquirer. to all who would accept the "tree gift," I frequently of a high order. Meantime the goric! HuppcKeoOor more Joined most heartily in negroes, who were always present in large "Well, may I hone then, dearest, that at it. It was indeed a memorable scer.e. And numbers, lightened the labor and enlivened aome time I may have the happiness of when I aaked them if they wished to come tho performance by wild, but melodious making you my wife?" "Yes, I hope to, I back, there was a perfect rear of "ayeh" and aongs, sometimes handed down from a for- I am sure," ahe replied; "1 am getting tirmany shouted, "I wlah you would come mer generation, but more frequently ed of suing fellows for breach of promise." as tho singer proceeded. Some every night, Bill" Wo pushed our way cut The "rotten borough" ayatem flourishes and re- one particularly gifted would carry the through a throng of turned to tbe Barracks to hear a aimilar burden of the aong and at the proper in Connecticut. The Legislature is comgood report from Wjllte of hli meeting, points the rest white ami black would posed of 262 members, a Urge body for a l'raite the LORD for this glorious day, fit- unite In swelling the chorus. The music small State. Each small town hu a mem. ly closed by another service in the Hall of rendered on these occasions with Ita con- ber of the House.and the larger onra two. the "Headquarters," where I preached a comitants of the open air, the dark conopy, Riiseit, which haa an area in Europe fourth pcrmon to an appreciative audience the lighted flambeaur.the witty or pathet-i- c s aa large as the whole United interpolations and the abandon of the at 8 o'clock. with a population of more than States, But tbia ia long enough. I must close ur performers, waa frequently grand beyond 70,000,000, lies almost entirely north of conception. But at the contest narrows the latitude of St. Paul. lese of the mall. Ever in Jems, down the music ceases; the captains be Geo! O. Barnes. A Blessing to All Mankind. come eloquently urgent, the workers strain In these tinea when our ntwtpaport are flooJeJ A gentleman talking the other dav to a eyery nerve for victory. At length a wild with patent neOlctno adTtrtttemantt, it It gratl boy who live up bright little exultant whoop from a hundred voicea an- fjlag to know what to procure that will certainly blllooa, btood out of orJe etreet, eomewhere, aaked him: "Do you nounces the termination of tho conflict; a cur you. It you ara liver Inactive, or gtnerally dahtlluud, there ia ever fight at home?" "Ob, yea," said the rush is made for the captain of the victo- nothing In tho world that will cura you ao quick-l- y boy. "Well, whom do you fight with?'' rious party, who bear him on their shoulu Electric BltUrt. They aro a blessing to "Oh, my Bister," "Well, who whir?" ders and precipitate him on the person of all mankind, and can bahtd for only fifty centi ' ita ..a. his waiting adversary. A new conteat now u ottle at Team McAJUtet'l. "Uhnniama wiupsi" - rn badlj-llRhtr- begins to decide which is the better man in PAINT LICK, GARRARD COUNTY. the wrestling arena and soon perhaps all Rev. W. O. Cochran and family left The season generally the backers of each are atraluing in the Thursday morning for South Carolina on a considered uncongenial to tbe growth of strife In honor of their respective chiefs. visit to relatives. They will be gone sev In the abulrict thia opin- The finished work Is the sign for an abun- eral aentimenlalilv. Boll weeks, consequently there will be no dant and aupper, after which ion la correct. Jiut even in age memory preaching at New Hope Cnurch until the corporekindles thefirea that have slumbered be- (the women of the neighborhood having third Sunday in March. been waiting for the c'oung festivities) the a neath a covering- - of wear yeara, Your compositor made a slight mil-tak- e Boil the page that Ulls the ator old fiddle merrily calls out the dnncers. in our last letter in regard to the The figures may not be complicated, the of youlh'a triala and Ita triumph, whlaky law. It should have been Mr. lUA picture of llfe'a gorgeoua morniiiK music may not be faultless, the costumes who wa in favor of sailing it, ineleid of and reproduce with thu vividncM almost may not be rich or elrgant, but the muscu- Mr. Button, for the latter gentleman ia a of prracnt conrclutinerri the enjoyment of lar vigor and downright good will of the strong temperance iaw-omc- e man and was the first to ac G. thoe daya. Especially around the cpot performers would be refreshing In thcee oppoae the telling of whisky here. Feb. 19, 81 tf where achool daya abed upon our paih their days of puling srntimrnt and conventionMise Pattle Adams ami Lotila Pul-tin- s witchliiR light where we Oral btcmie al proprietv went to Richmond en a visit this week. proud actor in the mimic repreatnlalion GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT X. M. Shumate, J. O. Birnes, Joe Higglns of actOal life -- where the bud of boylxh and C. B. Engleman went to Cincinnati Lancoxttr. emulation expanded into ainbilloua a Insurance adjustor, Mr. Young, of Sunday to see ihe big river. Mr. William -- where perchanc! love'a hallowing Louisville, was in town Tuesday anc Wed- Wearen has been Buffering with neuralgia, intluence amoolhed nway the aaperitlca of a nesday. Mrs. L C. Jenkira is quite poorly with brariab nature where irrepnariblu boyThree stacks of hay belonging lo Lu- pneumonia. hood waa dtveloped Into responsible man-llnc- ther Gibb We are sorry to learn that some on the were burned Saturday nljjht, ffpecially then, even age will pauae Origin of the fire is unknown. opposite side havo became offended at me PHARMACEUTISTS, and linger lovingly around tho paat. The Garrard Female College is a cer- because I said our town bore a repuA day f ent recently In Danville brought tainly. Knough money has been secured lo tation before tbe local option law waa pans-eup in lively dlaiinctneM tbeae tchoea from buy the I didn't eay so to offend any one, but Dunlsp property on Lexington the tomb of time and resalled the ahadowK, street and the college will be II- opened next as I got mv information from reliable perahadowa only, of those once ao real, once to September. A chapel will be built In con- sons and don't feel that I have made any IriiRH, Wall WiucH. SIiihIcuI noted on her ijuiel aired Almoat an nection with the properly aa soon aa mistake abaut the matter', I have nothing IIooUk, Cliuuilcals, generation haa pa."ed away, whoae liv. tHgnrs. to retract. permit. Pocktst ing presence U ao fondly pictured on mem- Tobaccos, The rain and hail storm Tuesday "Protcrtiou, In a nutshell, lacias ' record. The gUecome boya, coteio-rarUao- f l'timcry, Arms, Afnchln or) A right forrerta'ncUuft; did considerable damage to fencing the writer, now wear the hoary in this vicinity. A number of hay stacks A little law tbat Intervenes Our Jewelry, SHvenvaro and Optical Goods Department Is In Charge or Col. To help them rob the nutaj, badge uf age. Here and there we meet a on John Gill's farm were blown down and Tlios. lilcuurtLs, who will Ucpalr Watches nutl Clocks Promptly and in the The rich may put their prlcei hlgb; solitary pi'grim of a former age, waiting scattered. The large tign on J. C. Thompsljle. The poor shall be compelled t buy." and watching for the aignal that shall de- son's jewelry store waa blown down alA cure by the laying on of hands is reclare hia ended. though firmly secured with iron rods. Among the rclica of the pant were noted The smoke stack on the Lincaster Mills ported in this city. A lad's mother cuicd Hon. V. T. Fox, CjI. Ttiomaa H.irbee and was bent almoat double and twisted by the him of going to the cake basket and capDr. Jackon. Hut from the country round wind. The rain fell in torrents for a time turing all the frosting. It wa all effected in my were in town nearly ai old aa they. ard then followed a severe hail storm. at one sitting. If a man empties his purse into his head The children of that former day are the The freeze on the same night hat stopped no man can take it away from him. An buiy aclora now and they ceei'i to bear the the plowing for the present. Investment In knowledge nlwaya pays tbe burden bravely. A large quantity of tobioco will be best interest. One feature of Danville i atill preserved. raised in this county the present year, Prompt relief in sick headache, dizilnea The people are atill aa genial, aa hospitable, The prices during tin put year were such nausea, constipation, pai" in the side, etc. aa intelligent as of yore. The county and aa to induce a number of our citizen to' circuit courta were both in anulor; an un- undertake to raise cropi. Your Huston-vill- e guartnleed to thoe using Carter's Little Liver Pills. One pill a doc. 25c. usually large number of eop!e were in correspondent recently advised our i and yet there waa no disorder. But farmers notto deplete their blue-gras- s Paplllon Skin Cure it asptcllic cure (or all tkln farms two drunken men were noticed during the by raising tobacco. We have talked with diteisfs Salt Rheum, Erjilpelis, Jlotb, InflamUltm, Inordinate Itching, Ulcere, day and thooe two but allghtlr elevated. several farmers upon tbe subject and the mation. InsectBurnt or Scalds, and all fc'cmfulota Cute, Wounds, Thanka for courtcaiei extended to the Eruption. For tale by McBobertt A Stagg. majority of them think tobacco land propJoi'iiXAt, are due Mr. A. Ander-aon- , erly attended should not deteriorate. The We take pleasure In Informing Hie public ot the A-- A. Dr. J. C. Jlogle and Mr. J. U. Ake, ol character of our soil differs Irom that in merits of I'apillon Catarrh Cart. It will cure the Clemena Houre. The latter ia too tbe Hustonville vicinity and farms where Cbrualc Catarrh, Cold In the Head, Hoie Cold, and aa a boat to need endorsement. tobacco waa raited yetr ago are in aa good for Hay Kerer no remedy ta aa eflVctlte. It hu lie knowi precisely how to make a atran-ge- r a condition aa those upon which hemp, cured hundreds of ratei. For aala by Mcltoberta A 8Ui. feel at home and each gueit U aure of wheat and corn have been produced anPaplllon foujhCurs de contain anv drug! hit right, like FaUtall', to "take mine eaae nually. or chemicals; It it purely vegetable. It currt at mine Inn." I learn tint ih nl.l Whooping Cough, Bronchial Cuugn, tlilcVlltig in A Colored Man's Kixxjcent SreECit. - ci.u.ch i... u,,n tbt throat, and Winter Cough to pravtlent In Tbe meat thoroughly eloquent and ifTec-tlv- e older prop'. For sale by Mclicberta AHUgg. Inodrrnired, but failed to vUil It, partly 'peech ever made in Tex at legislafor want of time and mainly becauae I lov-e- J tho lllivr. N ture were pronounced by iwo negroes, ant iTCeWiUG Lm1 lili ny(u preparation. niiir inrk. it in ita ancient form, for the cheriahed tamwi-nr- . In any fabric IVijmlsrrurilecora. Uts wnrk on linen. KeeleJCen-Unti- l. association clustering around it. The both were of the same general import a I.Tim Al. Jb Diploma. K.UMIihett SO yeara. hula lijr all thrill of facing a Danville audience there slave's devotion to "the marater and mist, Ururguts.StaUoatrs & K AiU't. tias." The following ia an extract fro a more tliau forty yeara ago in a graduating "There can be no one of these arnechea: apeech la lingering atill. But this It the great race enmity between ua. Tblt cantendency of the age; old buildinga are G-ISO- . not come while my old marater and miss-ti- 4 old FINE FARM FOR SALE ! well-prepar- rcil-laminc- privately, aa a whole, or in parcels to suit purI will chasers, tho Logan's Fort farm of 210 acros in tho rate limits of Stanford, Ey. Tho land fronts" of a mile on Danvillo streot, is of tho bost in Kontuoky, has on it a largo and comfortable residence and tho bost spring in Lincoln county. For terms or inspection of tho place. Apply to Mrs. Emma Rochester on tho promises, or to ma my w. WELCH. in ataniord, Ky. bloa-aom- M'ROBERTS &STAGG DEALEUS Paper, bd Opera House Block, Fiiiiit, Oils Lamp, Soup, Stanford, Ky., luNfritcnicnte, Cutlery, en-ti- re .Stationery, Liquor Ie Flro Needle, tat life-wor- k DISSOLUTION. Is-teki- well-know- n nt lr.l.. m,.ii ..i HOSTETJE BLgfBBwVBV jlLsj.-JBMt- jtvfaeai. jX xJaBawaaaaL The partnership of Bruce, Warren & Co. has been dissolved by mutual consent, Geo. H. Bruce & Co. buying the Clothing and 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. H. BRIXCZ; c CO., A. A. WARREN. "VbkSF Jass'aaL5yJ!Jgljgaii B GaV UNDERTAKER, AND- &iffiRs iii'ci-l'Hiii- ll iln-'ii- e Thfy vrhn viik rarlynr.il lito tho yenr , tliir iicul'liliil round nvtd, MnutniH imprirtid I u wholesome t.inis llo.n-tltT'i- t Mnniach Hitters. To all. lik. as :i remed) und Us purity and aiUcii-ncrniimiint It, It pri'ien'tvi- - of incipient rtuumttlsm iiml mulurlul chicli s)iit'ii nrreHta primaturu und liilininnes", ileeiy of Hie phvairil em ivies, mitigate the inllrmltlei ot ajri-- nnd Imstcn P,-wlo by ull Druggist uml De.llert irrnerallv conva-li'o'-eiir 1- rn. rvllevi-i- t cumtliiatlon, iljspep-si.- i A Full and complete assortment embracing everything from the Chcapeflt to the Fiucttt Parlor Suites. Urn need to go to the large cities) to make your purclitiHcs, no matter what quantity or quality you want, uh I can and Atill duplicate any prices you can obtain elsewhere, freight being added. Abie a full assortment of Collins, Ca?cs, Nhrouds and llobcs, ciulintc lug all the New Styles, both cheap and expensive. Ware roeus opposite tit. Asaph Hotel. .Stanford, Ky. Iealei' in Furniture ! of Furniture, - 1SS1. Harper's Weekly. ILLUSIRATED. Harper's Weekly standi at the head of American Illustrated weakly Journals. By. lit unpartlsan position In rolltles, lit admliabU Illustration-- , ita carelully chosen aerltla, abort atorlea, akelchei, and potfini, contributed by the foremost artlata and authors of tho day, it carrlet Instruction and entertainment to thoutaada of American boiuee. It will alwaja l tbe aim ortlie puolieiier to make the Harper's Weekly tbe moat popular and attractive lamllr newspaper tn the world, and, la tbe pursuance or this design, to present a constant improvement in all thoat features vlilch have gained for It the confidence, sympathy, nnd sup port of lit large army of readers. GEO. D. WEAREN Commission XKEercXmnf: Manufacturers' Agent, AND STANFORD, KENTUCKY, -- DEALER IN- - HARPER'S PERIODICALS, PER YEAH. Harper's Magailne.. ft 00 Uarpcr't Weekly.--- .. setese "i 00 4 00 .. Harper's Bazar ........... .......... Harper's Youn j People.. Harper's Franklin Square Library, one year well-wlahe- Hay, Grain, Wool Field Seeds, Buggies, Carriages, Spring Wagons, Farm Wagons, Carts, Reapers, Mowers, Grain Drills, Corn Drills, .... (S3 Numbers) 10 00 two-third- Pottage Free to all tulmrlbert In the United States or Canada. The Volumes of the Weekly betfn with the tint Number lor January of each year. When no time It mentioned, it will be underitoo I that the subscriber withes to commence with the Number next alter receipt of order. Tbe last Four Annual Volume of Harper's Weokly, In neat cloth binding, will b tent by mall, pottiRs paid, or by express, lrce ed expense (provided the freight does not exceed one dollar per volume), for 17 00 per volume. Cloth Cases fr each Volume, suitable for binding, will be sent by mall, postpaid, on receipt of II rjo each. MonIlemlltance should be made by ey Order or Draft, to avoid chance ot loss. cony this advertisement Newspapers are not to without the express order of Harper a Rrothert. Address lUUl'EU A BKOTllEiU. New York' Poat-OtS- Corn Planters, Plows Harrows, Hay Hakes, Feed Cutters, Corn Planters, Cider Mills, Cane Mills, Pumps, Iron Fencing, Saw Mills, Engines, Threshing Machines, Hose Belting, And, lu fact, everything pertaining! to Agricultural MaohlHerr Oflice and Ware Booms opposite St. Asaph Hotel, StHfMK V Snm-SfiUceh- ln Inttriorournal - Stanford, Ky., February 22, 1884 W. P. WALTON. Solomon once hazarded the opinion that there was"nolhlng new under the nun." Hie mar have been true in his day, bat tbii 19ih century ha made prcsrem. The newest thing now on exhibition is a scheme n o( the associated press, with Henry as the mouthpiece probably the obtain a monopoly of all the correct news for 24 hours after Jts publica-Ue- a. In other words they propoie to in all newspapers cona copy-righ- t nected with them for the time staled and 4o vwit each infraction of this richt with all the pains and penalties made and i for such infraction, and II. Washington lobving a bill to that dow at Beet, which be has drawn and placed in the hands of Gen Roeecrans fur the action of'CocgrtM. At first view this thing eecBs (imply ridiculous. There is a notion prevalent that the Iretdom of the jtrefsis cne ol our boasted institutions ibatany restriction of that freedom is a daatard blow aimed at our dearest rights, thatnoeane man who aspires- to lead and cackuld public opinion, would for a moment entertain a proposition so monstrous and that no legislator would stultify 1 imself by advocating a measure 10 ucjust and so oppressive. But the fact stares us in the face. H. W. has ieumed hie paint and is on the war-patThe issue is made and must be The innovation is too insidious and met. too dangerous to be permitted to he carried through by default. All classes except the projectors are interested in crufhitig it at once and forever We lire inanagewiun every man is interested in all that is parting everywhere. Events succeed each other with a rapidity un dreamed of in o'herdayi; and every man j deeirous of keeping as near as possible The abreast of this rushing current. rapid transit by railroad, the lightning communication by telegraph and telephone, the multiplication and wide dissemination of daily papers, and rapid of country periodicals have both Crown out of and fostered this desire. 'fiat we have here a proposed monopoly by a favored portion of the press of every direct source of general news, a practical Last Saturday, Sarah Cribben was denial, so far as the masses are concerned, assaulted and terribly outraged by two neof every possibility of obtaining outside groes, Ben McElroy and Peyton Young, until the near Lebanon. aewe often of vital importance The men were arrested ceyatic 24 hours shall have passed. The and lodged in jail Monday and on Tuesfeeple are thus defrauded, the county pa-p- day af.ernoon had tbeir examining trials la blotted out, a potent and important and were held for further trial. Tnut comtributor to general intelligence is cut night a mob of 50 broke down two of the matters pertaining to jail doors and were going for the others .oft, the d Congress and Legislatures are made with sledge hammers, when they got hold and the people relegated to the of the keys and succeeded in getting the ignorance of a former century. Of course men, whom they quietly marched iff to tboee who can a fiord to pay a heavy bonus the railroad turntable and hung to a to the associated press can, buy the right to cross-beaThey both protested tbeir innhliab; but this does not change the prin- nocence and one of them died very game, ciple. The argument ba-e- d on the rights remarking when the mob found there was of the publisher in his paper is all tush. not enough rope for two, that he was in a When a man has bought his paper and dime to buy more. It is said that the paid for it his right is transferred to him woman was a prostitute, with three bantu d an full and finally. children, and that she had lived with a w last issue of this" paper allusion negro man, and while these facts did not In the give the negroes the right to ffsiiilt her, was made to an investigation now in progof the In- there was lei excuse for a mob than if she respecting the managed-en- , ress had been virtuous. Men are too anxious Further sane Asvlum at Ancnorage in the testimony are to take the Jaw into their own bands, eselicited if the victim be a neero. The very damaging t those in authority in the pecially prisoners deerved extreme punishment, irrstitution, especially to Dr. Gale. against the management have keen but they were in the custody of the law and sure to get it legally, if they e e of frequent occunence and the present shows that they were not without guilty, and the action of the mob is to be foundation. Two cases have been brought heartily condemned. Joe Eakinp, of the Courier Journal, de out prorainertly in the testimony The His lst exploit wes first of these is that of McDonald, a blind lights in a sensation preacher of the Presbyterian Ciurcb, a py to pl.y the insanity business, get himself patient. Soon after he entertd the Asy- adjudged a lunatic and sent It the Asylum lum he got a fall, injuring one of his legs. at Hopkinsville, all lor the purpose of inHi case being reported at the office, Gale vestigating the workings of the institution went to him, examined his tortured limb from a patient's standpoint. He succeeded roughly, declared there was nothing the In fjolin; the authorities at Hickman, but when the eagle eye of Dr. Rodman fixed its matter and left him. The next day to the witness who gave the fore cold gaze upon him, he was recognized in going) McDonald was found by him lying an instint and Eakins was bound to acoe a wooden bench and pleading for relief knowledge his game foiled. However, the His injured leg was hanging over the edge doctor gave him full liberty for inveetiga The at- tion and after a thorough one he pronouncof the bench and unsupported. tendants report that he was kept out of es it in all respects a model institution. bed by order of Dr. Irvin, who cursed him Would that the same might be sid of Dr. Man old hypocrite and said there wbb Gale's cshb'isbinent. nothing the matter with him. But the tea The Danville (Va ) investigation busi tiraony aa to the cruelty with which he was ness is not panning out to the satisfaction treated is of such a character as to seem al of the bbody shirt tltunlers, who banked most incredible. Suffice it to say that af on it for campaign thunder in the coming ter a month of agony he died and it was election The Cincinnati Commercial e thsn ascertained that his leg, which had tries to explain out of it thus: Colorbeed absolutely without treatment, was ed men who g. to Washington from Virginbroken at the knee. During this month he ia to tell what they know of murder for was kept sitting up. Another case develthesikeoflbe democratic party, are oped was that of Mrs. Keid, who, accordto know very little about it. It is ing to this witness, was treated with shame- the old master claw that is bossing the job ful barbarity. In fact this seems to have of yesterday offers TnE Courier-Journ- al been characteristic of the regime in vogue place. It is hoped that the invesli-Ratio- n an explanition which sets the copyright at that will be thorough. Thia is a quss movement in a light somewhat different from that in which it has been generally tion in which the whole State is interested. one class of God's creatures viewed. It emphatically disclaims all idea If there is any of monopoly, or of restricting the preient who have a peculiar claim en the kindly Is that clasB who are privileges of the country pres and claims offices of their race, it the sole object of the bill is to prohib. deprived of the light of reason. If there is that whose behalf the voice of it city cotempories from pirating its puray one class in Iminanity should he heard, it is made up of chased columns before it has had time to before the people. those who have no means of making known get them legitimate woes. If there Is any their wants or their A woman at Louisville claims to have sound to which the ear of benevolence been warned five times in a vision of five .ionld be open.lt Is the plaintive moan of consecutive freshets rising to different the aimless sufferer in the cell of an Asy- hights. The first, second and third were lum for the insane. If the half that is told exactly verified, she alleges, by the floods Ixj trae, the sooner the present snthoritie of '82, '83 and '84. Two yet remain to be aireousted the better will it be. accomplished, the time not given, but the event certain. The first of those will exTjibbe were only nine killings in Ken- ceed anything yet experienced; the second tucky daring January, according to the will leave nothing of the city above water Vofl. A considerable im- except the tall steeples. Ereckenridge We will not publish sales of strck unt prove ent on former months. The rjcorc1 less the price is given. usee September shows 114 killing. Wat-lemore pro-Tide- d -er tht the enterprise encouraging ' immigration to Kentucky is beginning to assume importance among the movements of the day. Vsguo rumors only have from time to ttmo reached the public ear to the effect that inconsiderable settlements of foreigners had been waste made here and there on our the whole thing was generally lands, but regarded as an unpromising experiment at best, chimerical in its conception, if not a fraud upou the colonists. .Some four years ago our Legislature, moved by the vast extent of unproductive territory within our domain, the capabilities of that territory to support a population which would aid in developing the tesourses of the State and contribute to its aggregate wealth, estab lished a bureau of immigration and placed itunder the direction of theState Geologist, to operate a a channel through which the crowded population of Europe might be led to our shores to find a home. This gentleman, Mr. J. K, Procter, has made an elaborate report from which it appears that the work is steadily progressing. In 1SS1 the first settlement waa made by a colony of Swiss in Laurel county, to which they gave the name of Bernstadu It is estimated that that county now contains about 900 hardy sons of that historic land. They bring with them means to purchase homes and with their intelligence, industry and native thrift bid fair to become valuable citizens. That territory, which has been regarded as utterly unproductive so far as husbandry is concerned, has already under their skillful culture developed capabilities that are surprising and promises large returns for the labor bestowed. Another colony of the same nationality is planted in Rockcastle county and a large number of settlers have purchased in Lincoln. Boyle hag a colony from Austria; Edmiston a colony of Swedes and Christian has drawn a number of farmers from Wisconsin and other northern States Mr J Ottenheim-er- , who has been pressing on the work in this and adjoining counties, has made a good impression wherever be has operated. He hag already purchased a large area of Lincoln county lands and colonists are constantly arriving. The bureau of immigration is in correspondence with Great Britain and the prospect now is that with zeal for the enterprise now awakened and the judicious care evinced in selecting a promising clM of immigrants, our waste places will soon be made glad in the possession of an orderly and industrious population. iTianotgeneritlljrJknown LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. Mr. Berkele wants to amend the .barter of the Poor Ridge and Sugar Creek Turnpike in Garrard county. It is now likely that the Legislature time. will adjourn in the constitutional It ought to do so. It has done nothing and is not equal t J the task cf doing any-thing. An amendment to the bill appropriating money to complete the Slate Capitol, was adopted by a vote of 40 to 35 to remove the State Capital to Winchester, but it will never go there, you may depend on bill to erect a branch Penitentiary at Eddyville, in Ljon county, to cost $l.M),000ls up for discussion in the-- House. law would save thia useA whipping-pos- t less expense, but alas, no member is brave enough to advocate it. Mr. Talbotl has introduced a bill to tax venders of liquors for the benefit of the school fund n amount that will aggregate annually a million of dollars. He is very entuhsiastic over it and says it will 'pas both Houses with a whoop. An act to punish as felons all person who may engage in the keeping or conducting of halls, houses, rooms or other places for the playing of or betting on or at faro, motite, mustang and other keno, three-cargames, with a penalty of not over three years in the Penitentiary, is being considered by the House. The House is tinkering away on the concealed weapon bill, which fixesthe penalty for carrying concealed weapons at a fine of not less than $50 nor more $00, or imprisonment not less than ten nor more than thirty days, or both fir.e and imprisonment in the discretion of a jury. Better let the present law alone. The imprisonment feature, which follows as a natural conscquecce to it, has had a more salutory effect than if the fine had been not less than $1,000 and no imprisonment. A it. ' Com-plain- ts Ga-tell- ' MitH.Jt. .1. JlKItHl'KlttJKIt. -- Wm, Stafford, the celebrated tragedian ea. 3 mo Manly, l'.0.,Ky JOS will play Stiylork in the Merchant ol Venice, at the Opera House on the 23d VAMJ.U.17E Inst. -- Mr. J W. Ward and Mis Lydia L. Stanford Town Lots for Sale, Shuter obtained licenas to marry on the 19th Inst. They were married on the t o.rr for sals privately at low prices and on same evening by Rev. W. F. Taylor, of the rry rcot).le trtm. OVElt J'll-TTO" S 1M1N In the North at limits of the M. E Church South. are iltr of Maufurd f Morn than half nl Ihrmand a Twenty one shares of Central Nationsmlletl theCi urt Houseuillr of wlihlna third been Making Extenof a -- lllilli Y. nuintl.r oMlniu al Bnk stock belonging the late R the Junction rirpot. tirelltnlly lecated fr at PgBd 'n tuilioa or have Graham's estate, were sold publicly tn that 111111. and moat toaullfui-l- y Monday. Ten share were bought by T. These lota are the very - To Their Mock of situated kir residences that arxl eoiiTe-lciiW. Irvine at $.00 and eleven shares 1ir n,r lm.ii of.nr 1 tor tale In tanfrd, and .iy prlos -- bJ teiiutare suilt aa to place It In tt.ri by Nelson Wlngate at $109.To. mwer ol any industrious luiu in wture hs- - uf The oeretta known as ''Lalla'1 was them for a ho ne nsw slrcrla. w huh haic lust They all irout presented t the Opera Houss Wednesday been occd, the uin And now haye the Beit Stock in Cen trt'.idrsl a.d beat III htn(td Most of Tfecsoll la rich night. The performance w for the liene-g- t the U i lse a leret Masaoym Kent-c- kr tral Kentucky. They have Parlor ant the toitnuirr nuijraomit well water c.a tf bad al depth of from of the flood sutlerers. $15 25 waa real- very and Bed Room Seti, Carpet. About thirty-Av- WtotOltet'' he sold tonne hut while prton ized cle.tr of all expenses Tb-- r Cano and Penitentiary A map f Ibci le Ken at ty ottlee. ladies and little boys participated. Chain, Marble Top, 2lM.-- o. ir. II.. Ul I.I.Kit. Msiif.ird, Ky. Mr. W. J. Berry, advertising agent Centre Standi Exof the Chesapeake . Ohio Railway, was tension Tablet, at Gllcher's on Wednesday. Mr W. J COMMISSIONER'S Woven Wine, Cot-te- n Bohon returned on Thursday from a Top and Hair Mat-tre.semonth's trip to Middle Tennessee and Folding Bed Loun-ge- i, At Master ftimMlst toiler of the Cay ttrrnlt sale al Ihe He reports that the Court, I sh .11 pc-se- dr t0-- r . toforthe highest bidder Northern Georgia. Bedi & Coti, Wardrobei l.i's-r'jKy . t t.0 on long continued wet weather ha atlected at j utii and Sofa., and Everything Elie NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS Mr. M. J .MOXIs.-Y- , business very considerably. Kept in a Flnt-claiFurniture Store ri.llUlMIlYS.1, 'SI Robert H. Fogle, aged P", the oldest Fsrri i confined to his room with an at rtdii ' Mr, an 1 Iwrlse i ' CYuBtf i .irt lay NiiKiir Pi-li-f. man in Marrion county, died in Lebanon tack cf remittent fever. Hon. (." ement ntoiiths, tbe rvluwidg i(iilj.li)."ll Hill, of tabinon; Mr. J W. Alcorn, of this week. of About ltir Acres A Farm DFL. The Governor of Virginia has vetoed Stanfcrl; Mr. O H. Waddle, of Somerset, Kim and George Denny, of Lancaster, are Of first. cIim Orrra hnu lolloiti tand, with a new the bill reapportioning the representation SMUlt thertoti, cwd ttrn and an lire dwelling attorneys l Circuit other netetaary oi.thui.Jmp, and 300 Acre, sir among the in Congress. 'sliie llsimereti rsitti tujraows Mlddltourg i the At 3 o'clock yesterday morni- g the Court. Untihurtu cald lands lie Webb, who ha been injiil for A Trare , Ijrtililke road, alut 10 lullsKri) n II Lnu.tt!f Ky . CluHnr.all. O . .dJ Ir.in.iU t Klirs river at Cincinnati was 67 feet 1 inch and nV 1 km. on aa a twirl ol toe saun IN , dMltii in( tilrlhwiT A ... .......ir, 4 V -A .U.Dtt'. J. A tarui n well watered ami .on about two months on a chsrge of uttering Mains farm falling 2 inches per hour. lo t ssr county al k ni S0'' P'll,' t'rtht iM fiurr llano Kortm: ' ..... the Cneat and r fria iu.ni l. .. ., a.hatnln-s.- r t It .. tf uiiaoia Will ftltO th The While Sulphur Springs property counterfeit coin in violation of the Slate tf in. . . art. tiauilliwu VIIK-- tt . Dsuuuienia sold at prices and Unni la suit aril hit farm cwisltliu. of about 100 Aerr ol has been rented to W. A. Stewart for $20,-50- law, was taken to Louisville on Tuesday land ilout t.reu Itiser anar Uooas- t'reek bollnm adioihlae prlcee tnd lon'l(1e ) our orders till you l ewe .itnit.r.vt. land Unut morning by Deputy United States Marshal mn for the coming season. bring In a high suit-- ol eultlsa-tioThe United Htstes Couit Iheiele, the Itn.i of "al was shot and killed by J.A.Johnson. J. D. Murphy the two lalMcmbra.Uglhewho'e Ihe Addlon Wllluina farm and ai)ul 10 I Joseph Cain during a quarrel in a caboose authorities had previously telegraphed to known ofaabottom land adJIti-o- al Arrs & know aiwr vmr fV. .1. ritKli MM -- . the circuit court, now in session, to 27.t at the L. & N. yard, in Louisville. carelessly locked in were if Webb would be given up. In reply Com. Six children I.NUUA.CE! , cremated in a burning house at Crockett, monwealth'. Attorney, R, C Warren, College. Seven'First-Olasetrtainly; come and set him." It Texas. The oldest was thirteen year. s Companies. BradUugh, who has made himself seems from that an though Dick waa perKTANFOICD. KY. famous by refusing to take the rath as a fectly willing to turn Uncle E i over to member of the British Parliament, has been anv one who wsnted him Webb telorgi T. M. I'll I l.tM'S. .1 of... etanford. to the allseed helbr Citv earn:. re elected. With a Full Corps of Teachers, tripj ... liar, The fillnwlnt' ria .. - rt-...... in - A bill has been introduced in the Sen , w'llopcn T'a Institution iluuusj in lit Thirteenth ate for the admission of the State of Da the Circuit Courl. J. H Uelk, forgarainr-or. lb id m'wwi -- ri kato into the Union on an equal footing not guilty; John Hughes, tippling houe, 2 cases, fintd fCO and costs in rail; Kle with the original States. ALL THE BBANCHta Of A W. P. WALTON, - . Proprietor. A freight train ran into forward Lee, me i)9enie, two cre, sme fines; -aiaiMt tottnrtttoot? CharlitiandW A Caldwell were .crjuit-f- . J iiUnUUlrt CUUIOO WWUrtP C. Blt.of Mae,da:o, I.lthl cxnaplal. aeta of fJceo-er- y section, at Trenton Station, on the Ejine Moore, aMnult and featlnf caaclly, Ineludina nailery, 600. road. Four men were killed 'and ted of Are taught, aa well aa llrtaonahle rait, to ,eol attritions. Addrcw twenty-tw- o bailerr, fined f 123 ami coatr, Henrj Erane, MOB.C, THE LAMQUAOEB. D11AW- - aa atoTe. cars wrecked. Water fa runnloj: Into the re'ervoirp, dnipsi-t- , fu elllnR li'ijuor titliout licence, I INO AND I'AINTINCr. I KICK'S- trains are comtnc Into their depot", one acquitted; Robert IteynoItM, driiKKiat, Mine Arm- Williim doean't require a boat in gpjnp to our Ken cliri;e, fined ?"t0 and burbii and ca will be available stronir. for iellinc unwboieHm! lood, waa tutikr T .a.t .a l t.ri i a PB, if irmn si id iikj ail iu lMretiate before the end of the week. (.Cincinnati fined ;1 and cot;Sjm Warien, drut,it, reCl,i,r Deparnretita primary .te. tw. " lo. and THE INTTmOrT"jOURNAL without licence, "not R.iiltj ," linu xea Journal. k j ?50 and I...- - N Rillway fined in two Malta between Mexico and the United FOIl 63.50. Fuf fB, punicuucattoisoara. Ac ,addr- States have been -- uepended indefinitelr, cots; John Ltj, acq'iitted in two caen for j us. h. V. Wlthi'lt ertn ar rti.na ir Tk. f( Tl .1. v. owini: to a controrerar between the I'oat fl...ptnrl i.nni..1.1 V.tnnni' I llarne.. jD, lllatnryofa .IllJII'ai -! (on.rcralcd Il'e, the Itscvnl f Its illeot Tbou.ht. t .......I. 'it' 1. lUt Uiuiuri, ir---"vnjurp . tA 1..,.. ...r... ,11 I'lVlt'n, office Depart metiia of the two governments HUJU9 li(,c ) relative lo the pttroent of a carrier between number of cases were continued. Tl e A hohand il.tHcloth ,.., Loredo and New Ivuedo. Ttie utn in dis- grand j,rr on Wednctlay returned thefoM i!:,r:LbS:.r...:,S,e"fr'',..,. if it.lorc.-V -, Charles Lytle, murIowin in lictment: I "taiirs I in the Irout and J arc lrtlfd hoortier Ifo'sl In Crahrrhad. j 'the ahli.- -l c npute in $1G2 sne usca nj itaTr. ..i far simllea er eiact re- n..w.. ...l.u I ...1. Ill 1... nnitcii au rslurnita- - ' der; (Seorge nwey, intirdc; Msp Fry, nl 't at d ririe l tt.fs n in feat .an style ictf- - I rod.n tlona in n- and c l..m . .... .. .1.. .... .. The cjclone which p.ped over Geor.. ik. I ... ...... . . . ....... r tu. wmnfr tpi niiufii. in .nit inoui;- grand lar- luir MHt.al atltb-lwl- i . to- 1ralJlel)t iial.w. vwf- - H...W.J. malicious, cutting; Joe r, . . gia, Alabama, Tennessee, Southern Ken-tu. . i . : an.ir hhn. rami lint N.k n (iituhle (atuiurt f.trtn 1.1. inerilaltrBteieiai.in.isiinii-i.i- l aeeointDodatlnna lain lllhle, lllutltalln. . In , selling Iiquoi, fur tl.e dliptaT ol thrlr and h store of Iho -t and North Carolina on Tneiday, ceny; W and R Reynold-The prltale TOO nare I will man Kmluiky 1u destroyed much property. Thirty people 2cajs; J. "K. Vnrsdall, selling liquor, liiualhateany llouse the ttbtral Btatle atd will al Uiiu. st ii II ii re of 111 htankellst and ar. reteal I tne I ittry of made ul i alio and fine 11. for the Arst lime In thia The allh concealed wajt kfep it supplied with last hotMimy are reported killed near Williminfiton, N. Walter Fitzgerald, carrying llralln. thapur- - SI tt-t- ,r Hi. history. th liin.ou a Ttils will not interlcre with aru.i.nit ai l a'l llie H.l lltai ttiw.rs larlrecn C, fifty near Maccn, G ,and thirteen near weapons, ("ommonweslth vs. Cha Lytle III full llttalHok that Furniture and Undertakers Trade, Ketilut.y home, and sliouM thttild he In esery for murder, trial set Birmingham, Ala. the 13.h day tf ceililnly -t owned Aal ahall i tmue lo In II a I ll! .in. cf Ihe bet I.)-- eterr contest of (ieor-- . Barnes The lok can Theetorm ol Tuesday swept down, a the term; fame vs. Sim Willereon and F jrnilure and '.erely al a'l timet to scrte thoae , l oMainnl nowlieie elan lur Ittt than tl.W. "7 special uit ii rt it, in me other cai it r. with the auihiir. who littli: number of houses in the flooded portion trial set for 7ih day of term; same y in f.fw inrt.naa a J. II. SIKPilKyN,Ky of Louisville, did $75,000 worth of damvs. George Kowsev, trial ret for Nth day of tral Orchard aitrmcs. rhe look ill "i . ai.l il. hhii.vv.lxv .l..ms i Intk.ioi: itsi are ortrrrd together for age in Paducih, blew down the Masonic term; same vs. Jame Calloway and Henry th.prlc-oflh"U- fe of llanies' alone, lb. two forlt SO, Addreaa l . V. IVA l.'ift.S, building and others at Mt. Sterling and Smith, trial and verdict of guilty; 2 years t iNTKamaJot'.sai, tltanford, Ky. killed a number of persons In various in the penitentiary. George Laurance, a nutive of Kincardinshire, Scotland, and Vir pirt of the State. -DANVILLEThe Frisia, having on board the re- the last 10 years a resident of Danville,! main of the Jeannette victim, has been Ky., was declared a cilizn oflhe United1 I E. H. BURNSIDE, delayed in her passage by ice and storms. Slates The arrangements for Ihe reception of the The Great Hoed - Known bodies include a funeral procession in Trains on the Ohio & Mississippi Rail This Old and Well which seventy military and civic organiza-tioo- s Hotol Still Maintains its taay are now running regularly, without! will take part. High Roputation, detention from any caure whatever, and There was a continuous session of 24 Manufacturers of AW) make the usual connections in Union hours in the National House, ending at Cincinnati and Louie-vill- e Its Proprietor it Determined that Depots at St. Louis, HllHll, JtlllltlN, UlUtlOW 9.15 A M. Tuesday. The point that the with all trains EaH and West. The it Shall be Second to no Country democrats wished to carry and finally did, O. Hotel in the State in its Fare, AM. had a severe struggle with the mul Door FriimcH, Molt!-Jiir- h, was to fix a day for tbe consideration of Appointments, or Attenflood, but at no time was the passenger bution to Comfort of the Mexican Pension Bills. The scene siness suspended; a fact which speaks vol their Gueiti, during the night are said to have been the Nor oil Sim umes for the management. moH disgraceful on record. aid from the Folks. As nearly IIkksks "III be eonteted toaecoiriniodatl.na de. IVorlc, Turn- The infamous history of the AnchorSpecial Tree of as wc can make out from the telegraphic' to Commercial Traielers. The Uar will age Asylum is continued in alnata aoppllrd with the choicest The diversity of its system of reports of the Cape Cod libel suit just tried j liiK LhIIic Uorlt, arandaofLlgaort aad Claara. hardly equaled at Tewks-bury- . and decided in Boston, a Massachusetts brutality was Every day appears to have devel- jury seems 10 minx u is a uuei on n young as rioorluy, Celllii(r,lVcnlli- ,,fcWl Twice a Week. $1.25. -... Tonne, oped new methods of cruelty. Heartless man Tap a j -- n urnman tn tecitp antl niih. l)rfHMe- - I.uuihcr, and barbarous restraints were ued in every lish a book in which she says he kissed her. The Best, Newsieit and Cheapest crbonrtUtiK, ward, and the ignorant attendants seems to He denies the charge, and the jurr has Newspaper in the South And other have vied with each other in introducing found his denial to be true, and ban given original abuses and persecutions, ("Co- him upward of a thousand dollars damages. Semi-Week- ly To be sure, she also called bim the cham- The urier Journal. Louisville sends about a dozen repre- pion fiddler, whale fisher, and cranberry Etcrybody ihou'd take It, It cltet tbe latrtt sentatives to tbe Legislature, and while picker of (be neighborhood, and intimated newadaya In adtanceof the old. fashioned weekAlto Dealers Id lawyers, they are not that he was successful in removing the lies and fur leti money It la DKMOCIUTIC, but most of them are at the aaine time IN UKI'KN DENT In politic. It equal to tbe tack of drafting a bill for the Colorado beetle from potato planU; but contain, th. Utt newuimary; the best reading and tlio assessment and collection of taxes In that these are not very serious accusations matter; the best tdltorlalaper year. Lest market ! lor only 81.33 orts-all i'4 ni by Cape Cod is evidently a dangtrous place city, but have met the emergency i1 i Bond for Spoolmon Coplos. the city to pay five other law- for an Imaginative young woman with a j Call on ui or write for price. VI keep a larjc. yers $1,000 each to draft such a bill for turn for satir.. We doubt whether there Etery farmer, every merchant, every tradar wmt aUKk and trill do our hate It. Subscribe at once. subraMon to the Legislature. Incompetent la any other part of this country where a IleiurmWr, you get ll4 papera and douMe the and quality olrxaterlal,beat to pleas you In price but so large young man would recent the charge of hav- an ordinary neatly, legislators are very common, reudlDR matter irtn ly " a delegation never before unanimously Ing kissed a pretty girl, particularly when ' ""JZLiuri tb. In m o.r DASriLLB 1'LAMXG StlhL CO her own narrative of the occurence Indict-- I Adaroor,OUD,TUY!Suibmt.l. iW. proclaimed their own Incompetency. (.i.-t- j ixtulitlllc, Ky. ted that she rather liked it. News Journal. I'ant'.lle, Ey. 1 I.AMWSTKK, KY. nfltr lor rule prlTsUIr my farm cf V.'tl Will prucllcc In flarrard and adlolnlrg coimtlM .1 VltKS, iltiute.1 ? inlln n. r... 01 MciK'ianiiio and Uurt ol Appeals Oir.ce In the Itoblnton block, 00 HMiinati (rrrk, In .iitntmiDr rounlj lh NiuthtllilaPu.fie euare lt-l- y ml tlotrr si J U In goo.1 conUrn! i In soy rrop u tiJ to thia part ol dition fur cru-lithssUtemul U wrll silptrl to growing tobacco. of Th iuij rotrinrntii monlal of a 11ns well f coot wa7 ickiuii with ronliM and cellar, aoil wigun kuoJ l.trn, slaliln ter iic- -r theduur, out triitltllPKs An or shut mid other chsrd, stock wsltrsliundnnt and comcntenl Ac on llie envk It uiiitly of tloiie. I'Jcii-t- r B0TLE C0UNTT. DANVILLE. Tbe frucltig and fence mostof tlmUr for Ivnrlc. ly In Locstlou Haas sold on Wednesday to East Chunh, gooU repslr mill, I will tsell convenient to Jo school and the property em parties his stcck of furs made Up of low nod on easy terms to art lea drtlrlng a home orwllldltlda it toaiilt purchaseis. skunk, coon and other skins fjr $4,000. tf not oM by Mar I f will rent to reliable par-- , I .'I-- -J tilup-t;ruig nen-wnrj- r The Cincinnati Board of Trade adopted a resolution requesting its members of Congress ti use their influence to secure an appropriation of $300,000 for the iru provetnent of the Cumberland River from Burnsidc to Burknville. Ky. Durlnir the storm Tuesday night a b.rge containing thirteen thousand bush els of Pittsburg coal, belonging to Jits, Gilmore, was stove by a floating wreck at Crail's Landing, at Ludlow, Ky , and sunk and was a total loss. Seven huge of coal were sunk at Louisville, Ky , and three at Portsmouth, O, by Tuesday night's storm XV'A.IXr,I,3E,X Firnt-ClHRH Wmh1-Wnrliiim- n. I M5CASTKK IBTiKTlhUHlMR. good house mil garden S--U It. tl. furnished Apply to OfflreoTerClllreni tltOU; Stanford, Ky. from 8 to 12 a. m. and Nationalto Rank.at. Oflco houra from . r. 1 elUlt01ON KY. LANCASTER, u r. HtnilL- HUDDLE M U. F. WAX-TU- Il It IVI For Sale Privately ! . M, IIUSDSTT. & AWOUNJ-iV- BUHDBTT. A.OL' XA.M'. purc 1 ENTERPRISE Grocery. Kentucky, XaiiuciiNter, &E0. D. B URDETT cfc l CO.. tau-lhlr- da Lately 1 iiiUytl per-ao- llr ltt sive Additions e rl 1 - I e- -u SALE s, B loii-thlln- Car. "VST'.SttOI'S 1 I. II. Itiildivin A Vo., .. Fire, Lightning Tornado i i .... 0 rt. --- ..i - n. said-"Yes- Stanford Female LOWEST RATES! n I jLOPERA HOUSE, Pan-bund- ,K ,,.., lt; -- ! ctr; TERMS MODERATE. LibofGco.0.13uriios . I'-- ! li.i-io- r u ce -- Vli--i .... THVtJ;tc.r,tlT.1' r... STrJH-1 . . - ck Ye-ge- ..- - j ..- . -- Ul-r- lr lk fr t- ) arraiiL-rmri- sr-l- wt.-,ilra- Joi-bna- MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD, KY. Propr PLANING MILL COMPANY SurEU-SK.vsiTiV- s . . gr .- -.. ,- Post. Building Material Fanuiiifjr fiimfjcr rep- m-- at ic MiaaiiiniuuminquaaiiiaiimuiuiuM Scmi-Sfltekl- wiiiu.i.iiiiijiiuihj MARRIAGES. S Rev. R. R. Noel will pre.-.c- h at IOgsna theState, and beaide Bailey aaited by Creek church next Sunday morning and A M Ebert, an experienced drujritiet We have just received the hrgest line of and my friend; o it i evident nol February 22, 1884 carpet ever exhibited in thin market, em- - night. Stanford, Ky., Mr O. M INjne, a widower of II and slight wai intended those Rentlemen. bracing everything from a common heuip F. W. Dillion started up hi new sawMi Jennie Smith were married at Mr. to nn elt'tnt Iirumel. Jvdnilaton ft Own-leLOCAL NOTICES. mill thi week. It I aituated near Chap, Lewia Smith', near Crab Orchard, yester-daBoy Paints of Penny A McAlister. pell Gap. Dock know what to do with n Tjie great Hood of the Ohio Inn turn-ble.Mr Daniel Oiks. 50 vear old and a aw mill and i cutting some nice Nice stoiU of birthday cards at Penny A lumber. the price of all kind of groceries, widower, wa married at Mrs. Mahulda Mc A Muter', He invite nome of our mill men to call Penny (.'ill and git my price before you buy Jon. Haas Hob Cholera Cure. Power' on the lilt, to Mb Emma Pow- and he will teach them tbe art of running & McAlister o!e agent, Save your money by paying caeh. er, n iittle miiden of 15 summers, liiiAKD new Kiock of every thing in the a straight line. He ay he doem't saw . S. Myer. jewelry line at Penny ft McAlister'. 'Married, on the 18'h inst , at the resi- hi plank thicx at one end and thin at the Watches. Clock and Jewelry repaired Tin: stockholders of the IJuilding and lience of Mr Parrlsh in Mt. Vernon, W. other. and warranted by Penny & McAlister. Loan Association will meet at the office of H. Denton, of Lexington, and Mi' Cnllie Owen Conley. an Irishman well ron cough, cold, Ac, use Umiounil W. II. Miller next Saturday night at 7 L. iilggin. of Kirksville. Rev. H. C. known about Stanford, wa sent to the in 'Jfe and 60c Syrup White Pine. Put up Trial 10c. McRobert ft o'clock, for the Jiurpuse of electing n di- Morrison officiated. some month ago being afllicted bottle. fitgg. rectory and to take other steps necessary to with a "varicose ulcer" of the leg, which RELIGIOUS. an organiiation for business The amount had broken out tome five yeara ago and PERSONAL. Kid, Sweeny' meeting at Pari ubcribd nw reaches about had been treated by several doclora withMn. J. II. Miller returned Wedneswith 28 ndditim , out success, but we are glad to report that day from Texas where he went to tUU hip The antiuatcd bonnet worn by the Rev. Green Clay Smith' meeting at under the skillful treatment sister. "nine"onTurday night, may have heard Bardstown I drafting Urge crowd and Stephenwn, our poor house of Dr. E T. physician, he Mini I.UcY Moohe, a handsome young in their lime 4nauy n whimpered tale of the conversion' number 16. is almost entirely well. The doctor tells lady from ilouibon, in the guest of Mrs love, and served a n screen for many a Elder J. IS Jones, agent for the Ken- me that he perfected the cure without the W. P. Given.. stolen caress, but It is pretty certain they tucky MI'sionary Society, will preach at use of ,drug. It wa done by tight bandagMil. AN1 Mhb. K. J. Cviikan have never encircled a wilder set of heads than the Chritian church Suririiy at 11 o'click. ing and other pieeaure treatment. gone to Springfield, Mo., to visit her fa- those over which they bore their faded The Methodist are nj iywf. great rether, Col. Fellowf. plume on that occasion. Rodert Me Wade vival in Olio and Indl.um, the number of Dr. J. II. KiNNAinn, our Lancaster Of thi ditiiiguined artist, who appear convertiona reported last week reaching TitKs'ortn of Tuesday wa particularly representative, wa here Tueeday, looking at the Stanford Opera Houae Saturday evere at Liberty, GWy county. Eleven 2,760 a If the world wa lining him centlr. A pamphlet containing an address by night, March 1st the Vickaburg Herald -- Mb, 1). C. Rowland and wife, of home were unroofed and great damage J. W Proctor, Esq., of Danville, Ky , beys: "A large audience gathered at the done to property generally. The jail Danville, have been visiting Mro. I. fore the Conference in Sep'ember last and Opera llouielat evening, to welcome the McKlroy andjok in the Nine Old Maid' building H.i demolished and pome of the published by the Biard of Klucation, baa popular actor, Robert McWade. in hi fragment blown thiough the Pierre Hoahow. impersonation of Rip Van Winkle, been read it is an able nnd timely docutel. Napier Iiro More-hou- e also wa Mm. SrcriiKN ItuMcii returned Ttie ment and handle the question of ihe re- and from the rise to the fall of the curtain day front Georgetown, wher she hi been blown down. It wa reported lhat Mr. sponsibility cf the Church for educaiional manifested their approbation by d to attend the funeral of Mr. J. J. Ruder, George Stone had hi leg broken, but we provision in a clear and convincing man- applause. Mr. McWade' Rip Van Winwere unable to learn whether it i true or who wis a cousin. ner. We have no faith in denominational kle i perfection a near a it can be; it i not. Mk J. 11 IIeatwolk, adymre agent art concealing art, with the delicate line education simply as a part if denominaTun nissenger train from the South wa tional of the Kat nd West Lynne Co, wa here machinery. But the Church cer- that mark the boundary between patho again yesterday, lleiayaour people are delayed 7 hour by u freight wreck at tainly fail of it miion and sacrifice it and humor never encroached upon, bound tu be pleaded with the performance Sixton' near Jellioo. A transfer had to inlluence when it reelect" to provide a and keep one eje weeping whilst the which will be fmt-clas- i in every be made and judging from the fact that the sound and liberal training for the young other is laughing from Alpha to Omega trick had not been cleared to jesterday within reach cf iti effort particular. Mr. Proctor of the play Maj TilKnuoni: Kimi, of the Wor- morning, again delaying the train several lccete the cobflict on the high plane of BucKltn's Arnica Salve. hour, the damage muat hive been considcestershire Regiment, Knglnd,ihere Christianity v. Infidelity and array hi The greaU-a-t ineilloAl womler of Ihe world. erable. There w another wreck WedMr. W. II. Miller in regard to to speedily cure Hums, Bruise, Cuts, Ulplrcngpoints t ccordingly. purchasing land and locating in Kentucky. nesday near Pine Hill. At thi rate L. A cers, Halt ltheum, Fertr tfore. Cancer, I'lln, N stock wnnt be woith miich when the LAND. STOCK AND CROP. CbllbUIni, Cores, Tetter, Chapped Handa and all Judging from appearance, the Msjur akin eruptlona, guaranteed to cure In every would be a valuable acquisition to our citi- winter i ovr. W. F. Abrahamh' barn wa blown or money refundrd. A poaltlve cure lor zenship When the CXiurt of Appeal passed on down Tuesday. rit. 2 pr box. For a!e by Penny A the celebrated Phillip' will cite, it deHorse and jick bill neatly executed LOCAL MAtTeRsT cided that the attorney for the defeated at the Interior A Run on a Drug Store. Journal e ffice TiithTEiN pound if gocd New Orlean aide were entitled to a reasonable compenNew "as aueb a ruth un.le for any Drug Store Mr. T J Hnl ilJ pay a rewurd for sugar for f 1 at T. R. Walton'. aa la no at 1'eony A McAllater's lor a trial bottle sation. They were nine in number and the return of a steer, bee "ad." ofUr. King' New Dlsoov.ry for Corjiuiupllon, their claim i J13.00O, which they have Turn Wlckersham sold hi farm of Coughs and CoMn. All person affected with Aith Come and see our display of agricultural implement! when in town. Bright A Cur-ra- n. been proving by deposition and otherwise 100 acre in the knobs for $000, to to Mrs. j m. Broochltla, Hoaraenesa, Sever Congha or aDy here thi wetk, i within the bound (f Kate Melton anVetlooof the Throat and Lungs can get a trial Messrs reason. Samuel Avritt, II. J. Some Shelby county farmer have been lollle of tbla great remedy Jttt, by calling at tbe The K C. advertise that it nil carry Lyle and J.G. Phillip, of Ibanon, "ere offered a much is $40 jercre rental for above Urug Store. Regular aire, tl. tupplie to the ibod sufferer (rte of bere several day on hit bnaines. tobacco land. charge. KVf ADVK'UTIStCai.MN. R'chard Jonee o!d to Barxen A GenLincoln county has 18 poitomce a J. 11. Taylor and K D. Kennedy are follow: Arabi, Avoy, Bee Lick, Crab try, Lexington, 20 broke mule for $120 said to be candidate for Ameeor. in Richmond Herald. Orchard, Gilbert Creek, Hilla Gap, High- per head time at any rate. A fariier in Clark county baa for.y land, Hustonville, King Mountain, Kings A dark red, ateer, with black ntie, Iambi twenty-fiv- e Liberal reward for tua return to me. Dnorrrn Deau. Henry Caldwell, co)., Mountain Station, McKlnney, Milledge- - ewe thbt have sixty-fivUJ-- tt r. J. It Hit Stanford have twin and fifteen one each. dropped dead at Milledgeville yesterday, ville, Mirror, Mt. Salem, O. K , Preacher I Charles Duncan sold hie farm on the cf heart Jiseise, it supposed. vjUe, Stanford ml Wayncsburg. Boyle but - tJTrd (; Rockcastle 11, and Georgetown pike, five miles frcm LexingHen Kim;, near &' TiiEhr.meof i " $ I 1 Pnlmlfi lid" thi. irwtal nlim ton, to Andrew Scott, at $100 per acre. station, wa lilted a foot and a half from At Carson' eale in Scott Oiunty.ehoats SSa'n the Stnte, 33 The business of the it foundation by Tuesday ' cyclone. DESIIIAULE STOKE -- ROOM iford poMcfiice ha increased 30 er sold at $6 25 per hundred; sows at b to 5J; Undfrthsr-t.As.ipHotel, now bj',B. In a fight between two negroes. Grein corn $2.50 per birrel and o&t 33 cent per K. Wrarcn. Call on or t in two year adilres Anderaon and John Cloyd, at McKiontv,? do.?n. II KXIt V II A Vfi II.31 A .V, The Opera i!iue, nolwithtanding the WANTrn fjur got d wcrk mares, 15 t j leterdy, both were bidly cut, oneseri-ouelOr .11. V. 1'OltT.UA.y. capriciou character of the weather on 15J hand high, 4 to 7 jear old. App'y Til r mI.it night, admitted a good audience to A. P. van de Water, St. Asaph Hotel, While careleady handling a pistol. to witnes the unique entertainment Stanford. Wm. Stone, son of W. T. Store, shot h:in-selby tha ''Nine Mil Maid." In con- Account fe:m Floridi indicate that HE IT oni)AINF.D BV THE CITV COUNCIL the hall passing under hi knee cap aeueuee of the absence of some of the Of Stakkord, the allesej ,0 ,ht, 0MBfe BrjVl(1 let. That It tball I unlawful for any peraon lo and irtlicting n xtrr painful wound. members, the ladie were disappointed in from frot was preatly ketp a orel In any lioue tn the city at onetime more thau fltty lounda of guniwdr. L Ai.TA.su KtflT Lynnk is the altraction their DXpeotation of Ihe Stanford Orchestra, The tree-- i affected dropped their leaves, but t 2d That any Knnn rotiTlctiHl ot n violation ItaU Urdinanre shall tx tine I not Ina than five do but Uie pianj, skillfully touched by Mr soon put out aqin with great luxunnce. attheOcia Hullee tonight. Trie rjin-panara nor more than twenty dee dollar lor tac Lee K Huffman, supplied the deficiency. i Georgetown Cor j:t From 100 to otlenao. producing it very highly recomr. d. Tbla ordinance (ball takeeff ct from lta mended by the pre and public eveir-wfcei- Ai the performance was entirely novel, the 500 cattle on sale, generally of an inferior J.XO.J. JlcltOIlHUT, KJ-- t City Clerk. rule of critieisin would le entirely inap juality. The best brought 5J cent per plioable here. It can only be eaU that the ,,ouru. One bunch of mules. 22 head, at Jdikie Brown yraterday sent additional programme m wen conceiveii MEUWI.V.SSPKCiriC, nmi Jll1 per head; tnke mules brought from Tfa.lo M.rk. fund and a box of wearing ap The drill was perfect; the $100 to $150. t,Tho Crrnt L'ngllsli Remedt, pare), bed clothe, Ac, contributed by cur eviiliilii mi, complicated, ditzling and be- William v llniniltonx two lm.iLe- I a p''lilTcur' for Weak Memocit zena In the suffer era at Dajton and w.Idenng, were icrfortued with military $iOOS0 Hirnngt. n heifW haee eich drot f Nervoue T J ry l.o ii' Hmln Power,Weaknea. Belleview. rintu.il a . ii i n c t m ' m i i thitrli iniinlv a red neiiercut " are anioig pATtrfiifi tha tie co "" i jed Inipnteney. and (leneral Inaa of Dr.Aiii.-- Mr. and Mr T, J. Bisley broid burlesque, eiuld not mask the pres - ,hp v,tcK.. ),r.,l l'owi-- ol the Generative Urgana; in ib wn.l.l .n.i nnil all illwfltrs that follow aa a fp mourn the death of their little eon Paul, ence of rich and cull. vited voices; and the Before liking, quence ot youthful Iruprudpoc ot Ml. the CRivf(1 Bre worlh J5000 each tne .jcefs ol matured yeara, audi Tro.l.. MnrV. who breathed hi last Tuesday, after sever- - pinunilne waa more exptensive than Ian- - Si..rlim K.mirl n,mwi 1'aln in the , aa I'nlTrrral . . . .. . . ai ubjs suuering ci aoces ot tne nrain. guace, Mule the grjteM) iene bacic, Dlinnew of Vision, Preuia- ol the cos-Hi December County Coirl day Ji g many otrenna- tore wa a bright little ftllow of five years, tume, the antiquity t f it style and the P II til-- v bought 41 acre of the Dtvon i eaw Old leidand limnltv to that of ' M niiniHlon In all cues acta Female.1 profu-io- n of CoNhTAiiLK like Weakness the ticln; Dn Miller ha reigned, Iw!e' the f .ct that it decoration slillpul- lucker land lyug ner Halls Gap fading ? It charm, mtorlne Iom or g'ace and beauty Commissi'jnet's sale 5875. 'Jhi week er, clrlnir to tbe eyo we stipiose because he became disheartenfantastic fold. Every he swld the house and 111 acre of it to W and sparkling beauty, tn buiiittl ed on account of hi inability to dispossess sated beneath it After Taking. part of tie performance wag received with A. Cash for $775. leaving him 28 acres wiih thercwy bloooin of bta' b old man Charley Cuter, who although la sold by all Pniftdata at Otf'Mernln'abpec'h per package, or sl vackag'B for f rpuiu applause and the whole affair i which to iet hi money back. lo by ft r three ye' sgn still j iuj.ll. poHage tree, on i ceiptuf price regnrded a hnvlng ben eminently success-fjl- . The Cincinn iti caitle market i weak ik-wife'- - ho im. will I pamphlet. "Full particular cccupyii g his Carping criticism might object that and price lower. Common :!J to 3; good to mailed ftve to every api'' ,'t"l 'bl , a ail 'ur-to the mile ti, ' it . r,Detroit. Mich Tn.i. Taitkhu Green Boyd nnd John tt.ey did not preserve the primness nor the choice butcher 5 to 6j; common t choice , H'. If. JKK ll'I..J. Bold In Burkl.arl, negroes, bioke into Hunt A of the traditional old maid, but shippers 5 to 0 40; sleeker nnd feeder 4 Prugglata btarford by I'tuny A McAllater and all 200-- 1 yr everywhere Wilson' store at Livingcon Tuesday night honesty declares if old maide are all like to 5J. Hoc re slow; best butchers and and secured $1,200 in money and other these, the claaa I entitled to profound res- shipper 7 35 to 7j; fair to good packer valuable. They were tracked and finally pect and undying admiration. Ai to our C 90 to 7; common 5 to CJ Sheep are, CARTER'S captured, when all the booty wa surren- own conviction, we shall never hear the (uiet at 3 to 0 ar.d yearling lamb brisk at dered and the men lodged iu jiil. phras "eld maid" again without recurring 5J to 6 cent. tableaux of Tuedav to the bewitchirg ' GuinkhwA Aniicv's New York ComCRAB ORCHARD. LlHC0LNC0UN7t, evening's enteitainment. Of the Individupany will givo Kast and West Lynne at Tbe following i our eicL list thi al performer, the leader, MIm Lettie Lee the Opera House It is a stronger Rochester, Is deserving of much commen- week: Prof. Rice, principal of our high and much improved version of the popudation for the excellency with which she school, is quite eick, aho J. W. Tharp, lar old ploy and thi troupe is said to introduced acd managed the most talented who is strongly threatened with typhoid render it in a most excellent manner. "family of geruls" that ever appeared on fever. Esquire Garnett, who has been Reserve your seat at once and be su:e of any stage; Miss Fannie Reid' tragic rendi- sick for (everai week, is slowly improv- ' Eick Ilradacho and relieve all tho troubles Incian evening of genuine enjoyment. tion of Barbara Allen, during which she ing. dent to a billon state of the eyeUm, such aa I)U-- r J. T. Chadwick ar.d wife have rented ncss. Nausea, Drow alncss, Dletrea a after eating, Tjik following young gentlemen are re- fainted in a most realistic manner, was a Tain In tho Bide, Ac. While their moat remarkrooms in the Stuart bnildingand havegone shown In caring able success lias hearsing for a burleique of the "Nine Old very fine piece of acting; Miss Lucy Burto housekeeping. J. H. Hutching and Maid" entertainment at the Opera House: ton wa unusually coy and cute and her family have taken rooms at the Harri r, burleeque of the song Ivobin Adair was loudDr. Hugh Reid, A. A. Warren, D. R- House. Mr. Jno. A. Haldeman iscircula- -' Joe F. Waters, II. J. McRoberts, ly in ored;Mis8 Sue Helm, the giggliag sis- ting among the "boy6" trying to get them- - ' Headache, jft Carter'sLlttlc Liver rill a arc eqnally valuable in Conatlpntlon, curing and Robert Feozel, Thomas Metcalf, Dan K. ter, performed her part to perfection and to change their minde about wanting the this annoying complaint, while they prcveutlng also correct sisalldisordiTS ot tho stomach, stimulate the liver Garrard and A. O. Huffman. The date caused many a hearty laugh; the twin C. O. Spring back in the town limits and rigulate the bowels. Krcn If they only cured ha nol yet been decided upon, but will be ters, Mi'st Mat tic Paxton and Annie John is a jolly, good fellow. announced in next issue The proceeds of Brown, evinced vocal abilities of a wonderA remonstrance ia beirg circulated the entertainment will be used for charita- ful order, completely mystifying the audiand signed by sjndry citizen here, proence, which ooiild'nt tell whether they were ble purposes. testing agnint the petition spoken of in Ache they wonld be almost priceless to; those who (uiltr from this dlstrevilng complaint but f trying to sing Yankee Doodle or "Old 100" I their roodnessdoea not end here, and tboeo my last letter, as regard C. O. SprinuR wind and rain storm of Tuesday, Thk . H.kAn.At.thMM wrtll ... fhMA ...v '.. VAln. .... ..... nrt ,mv HttlntUa , and were very fanny; TiUt, Arch McKin-ney- , . . . J 1T-..IIU. which wa more or left disastroua all over tntnK mere snouiu always De a tatr unaer - ' abieinsomanywaysthattbrywiiinotbewuusg bethe oldest cf the girl, who didn't between to do without them. Dot after all tick bead the Stale, did considerable damage in thi standing and hearty gin to cultivate her voice till she had were section. A number of the town and spring a they are etch t a reached the youthful age of 3b, sang a solo greater or lesa extent dependent on the ' blown down Inclndinx the stable of Corovery sweetly. Misses Florence Trueheart, other and should wish, each other all tie Is thebano of so many Uvea that here ia where we ner W. J. Dauifherly. Two horse's, were in Mary Brown and Annie MeKinney took make our great boast. Oar plus cure It while it at (he time, but itrange to say they were minor pirts, but p:rformed them well and success posflble. others do not, the building being called E. W. Jones "our small n In my last I not even scratched, Outer's Little Uver J'UJ - are 'Tn.?.l. JT7- . by their csm'cil appearance and funny ac.. una rr".nonnlar druirciet." I did not mean Dy it . TenrraaTioiakft. Torieabio iwo iiuii viur uuk taken up bodily over their head. Much rS .trictw and do not trine or Th tions added much l the merriment of Ihe to fencing was also blown down, Mr. J. M concert, T'tt- - weather considered, the re- that our other druggist was not popular by .f""! "1TS1?0Ve.1,f sent by mall. 500 ceipt were i"K,d and will le applied to we have1 by eUngglata eray where, any means, upon the contrary, Reid suffering to the extent of tome ' CARTER MEDICDfE CO., New York, the Presbyterian Parsonage. two as popular and ae clever gentlemen lo panel. 1 life-lon- g y. y. d else-wher- e. j ' poor-home con-tinum '. rep-aleg War-rant- cl 1 e h pio-vide- il ii ntcriorournal Look at our standing advertisement thi issue. Bright & Curran. In l.a.l.u..,.. I'M. ... A.lft.. lUTHIUIlIU .. l(J U" ft 1 CH H OC IOUOU . 1H 3 PLOWS! PLOWS ! PLOWS ? in your own neighborhood, the Louisville Exposition, over 29 different plows. Oliver included. Also sole agents for the best steel plow in the world, The Old Beli-abl- e Hamilton Plow, with its new improvements. Also sole agents for the Frist & Bradley Sulkey 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 pri- ces" of any firm in Stanford. THE largest stock of Plows ever brought to Stanford. Sole Agents for the South Bend Chilled Plows, that took 1st premium -- For Rent! BRIGHT & CURRAN CITY ORDINANCE. f, y WIT NOT i . 200-poun- tWl " "' 1 ....!... ... .. fi-- r Go where only one price is charg ed for goods and that Ijis-ltud- e. e THE LOWEST L PRICE, r.' i ac-rb- I , illVER El goods just as cheap as those who "Jew" and a child is given as good bargains as older and better-poste- d persons? That place yon will find to be the store of Where liberal buyers can get CURE bi-t- m in ' Car-pente- 8I0K 1. 1. WMMl Who makes a specialty of retail prices on Groceries, Provisions, C mfeetioneries, Hard war e, Glass war e, Queens ware, Tin "? ware, &c.,&c, a t. .1 -- HEAD ACHE '! T ...... s out-hous- ' at ; ,ei-i(- I T rmM fur-ni'hi- Corner Main & Somerset Stanford, Ky. ! Stsw tmmmmmmamm " 'i Stanford, Ky., February 22, 1884 Panes a Law Com Haw The Legislature A young UJy ttiun dwcribw in the tier Journal how ttie Legislature grind out the ol Appeals. the Uw: THE STANDARD. Office OTr Fli.l Nutloml lUalt. til "Let u suppose we ore in the House in the af2.T?T' iVehater It hJ 1 19,000 IWop 14, VCEaA. UOOO i:uirruiiiiK. en n New morning it i 'leve day' that m to jr, IlUicruplilcnl Dictionary. ALEX. ANDEH80JY, day when leuve i given to it h the !TJTX'SfnJrtl In (. 'i IM tlig tfl A.TTOIttVJUV A.T JLaEXXf 37.000 CoplMin 1MI.II fMl.m TheSpetker of the Hottce anDANVILLE, KY., rlle80 t 1 r.f euir vU rt wrl' ' Will prattles in the Courts of Boy! sod adjoining T3X,GnPl'ltorn1",' rmitlly tiie'tui nounce thst the Clerk will cill the roll of JQJb&JL. Ilfet help for HCIIIIiaitS, countlM and in the Court of Appeali. r Trvcni.iwniH;moK-- ( The Old Gentleman's Mistake. counliand that member will hare thtir WbiorlsS!u!anl Authority wuh tho I,. rt. ready. J. B. TISII. leaves Huprrmo Court, llecirm.'-.- , I. 4! tT SU" ''Nice child, very nice child," observed A.t Ijiiw, Hup'U ..r.Sclioola In 30 Hut 4. Clerk of the Il3Ue- -a And Mailer Commtsiloner HotkcuttaCriullCourt an old gentleman, crowing the aisle and "A LIBRARY XN ITSELF." MT VEHNOS, KY. young man with a rather venerable addressing the mother of the boy who had H 111 pracllto In th ll.xkc.ulU Court. Thn latest edition. In th qi'in J..fntti. ,l Oirke In ronUliu, U Lo!levml to not altogether full of hair IMJ head oa him, tho lorirDit .,Ii . just hit htm in the eye with a wad of pa piililiilied. per. ''How old are you my "on?'? "2one calls out. 'From the county of Ad.a-1-r- , IthMnoOOmornWontaanlnarh'tl r''-- r IjEE F. HUFFMAN, tho nunilwr of Kngrarlnu la ua ihir Aiuori In a voice that disturb the ecboe over on of your businese!" replied the youngster, can Dictionary ItUancvrr-prrarn- t STANFOUD, KY. ihe'South Side and a page drU awar an taking' aim at another pas linger. "Fine nl rellalilpardioot. Offlte South aids Main Street, door a above inaalor t o tho w liolo family, - S. 8. tin J. i. tht Myers Hotel. lie sees a gentleman nriae and prepre to bay," smiled the old man, as the parent reI WARMLY INDORSED BY rureMtrous Oxide Uaa adulnlitered when reejaculate, 'Mr. Speakerl' garded her offspring with pride. "A reaudi high Butlmrillr as quire.!. " poo. lluncron, to markably Gne boy. What is your name, It. V. l:mrrvn, The page ru?hw to him and convey? M in. II. ITr.rotl, Jnliii O. lilltl. r. DIt. W. B. PENNY, w. V. HouelU, the Clerk' desk a piper which I reported my son?" 'Jl'uddin' Tuiel" shouted the John U. Stotlcy, Jlte-O- . Ilnllock, J. O. llolUn.l, DolltUt, to the Howi a follow: 11. II.Hmarl, youngater, with a piggle at his own wit. JnnnaT. Field I, TRtTTJ STANFORD, KKNTCCKY. Kir Althot, ro. V. Mnrsb, Liave i aked to introduce a bill to ' I thought so," continued the old man, i m. T. Ilurrla, Lytle'a atore ()!Bc hour 03 Hfiii) P. lUtt!r. ll' nmeml section 0. article 4. chapter 29 of uleaantly. "If you had given me three f'MiSDll wi m in I I ij 1 r h Anrtihrtlct d ,."It.l1J,",'inKl"rl,Jlr I c ahll tl ' lll-lt- r I inlullrrrl ion nrcuire. J,'' Mlti.m bring It fairly up tu Jam - . the General Statute,' which ia referred 'o Kusni-er- f at it, that would have been the Tmn, June, ISSi The tnabriila;.! I n .! the Committe on General Statute. nippll.l.atiim-:would have struck on. Now fir't one I uuional rol, with miNl.SO.V.s goes on until each coun- Puildin', you cm blow those things pretty igo the roll-cil- l PATENT REFERENCE INDEX, n v.i! .u!,i and ty baa been called and each member has Ktraiithr, can't you?" "You bet!" fquealed Intention. t h."JP prMtest Impruremont In book m.iUinK had leave to introduce hi bill cr bill, the bey, delighted at the compliment inath&a ma.l i In a hundred year. ' published in the which leave brio C. MERRUM CO., Pub n, SprlnBflel J, Mam. "See me take that old fellow over there!" nr ra give notice to the people of the n "No, no!" exclaimed the old gentleman, -- TUKM04T DEjlRABLKKOUTE T- Oture of the proposed leziilatloo. I do not hastily "Try it en the old woman I was know whether a woman haa any opinion sitting with, hue uaa boys of tier own, that a man ought to iepect or not, but this and she woot mind." "Can't you hit the And .leclJedly the Popular lt)ute, aCordtof, m I' I do know, I think 'leave day' la u muhty lady for tho gentleman, Johnny?" asked iwi, let chaise and superior actotutaodalunab & If the world could force the fond parent. Johnny drew a bead and fine institution. of all landed the pellet right on the end of the Iowa, Kansas, Texas, Missouri. the men to give notice, in advance, Chicago the devillrv ihey propwe to be guilty of, old woman's nose. But she did mind it The North, Northwrtt and Weal, tu fact, If jau cutiteuiwalt a trip In any dlrettloo. Tour Inlernat there would not be halfso much bsdnew and rising in her wrath sjarcd down on l,r i uif hulni your ticket eta aMt-THE O.VM'MNK ItfNNINtf rill tic K. C. and noclraatl. Pullman Talace t ar: l'Je comuuiaiated not if we knew ourselves the small boy like n blizzard. She put him he laj t'oatbei, and tundtiHuelr furnltb-t-- l itut HecllcItiK Chair Car torra Cars! so to We would be on the watch-towethe uneiueJed over the line, reversed him, ran him backthti Old lull tie, ihiroby maklce AND bOUD TII.UNJ and if we did not circumvent the ward till be didn't know which end of him speak, a trip orer thla llur oae ol luaurloui comfort aaJ pleaiure. Try ll. men, then my slaters are cot as cunning was front, and finally dropped him into lime. KETAIMllMJTIU. WuKLDuVEB.aiic. TO CHICAGO IIUt:TAULK.lNGFKKCTKlVr:MUt:Ktj. Mi LOUISVILLE and aa wiae as I think them. the lap of the scared mother with a- benelower thia Uu "You oay that Mr Smith Rave joti $20 THE COMMERCIAL FOR ONE YEAR AND THIS Time herein ll W rulautc ' Hut let us sapposa the lewcs are all reWATCH FOR ONLY J3.B0. THE TWO herelfere fieen diction whereof the purpart was that she'd for officiating at his wedding, and Mr. SrittuiN Iroai tbe Kmi-- 1 FOR THE PRICE OF ONE. I Hrarich nri,. A N. It. It. arm In UulMlil. ported and the bills ic'errul to the appro be back in a moment and skin him alive. N if The WaterMirr TV.h Compuir $2" said tho wife .of In lime to take Ihe erenlnj train of the Monoa Drown onlj Kve jon r r ii.imn llio ' iL. ip vuli m ih priale remmittee, then we will tale up 'She didn't seem to like it. Puddin'," lloute and in thn.ujn to No. 19 ovru. No. I. Sl. nl nth. run a clergyman to her hub.nd. nl nn. ii an IIi.car. Til 1r mI r. wuhviiIthafni(h. moll, (Iroencanllo. ('ran fiirdsrlllp, Larayetta run, u Uuuri furn.lTt rfk li. 1. ' T l a m 2 4) p ta the, next stae smiled the old gentleman softly. ''She' a wllh one Lr. Cuelnttan . a I vnl ,t f r t. ,fi, 'Yen" lie replied. ' and .'lilciiK'o without chmiKr. 1 a m IllpB KalMMttk and com- perfect stranger to me, but I understand Tr.itih. 1 i.j. ii Ui'!.ilM Mni.r' W. h. la The Speaker, si very hanJ-som" Cynuuna . 10 a in p nt "That eeeriH very Strang," continued Laborer! Wat h, Ihe P ,' Wai'li, lh KM uul', TIMK TAI1I.K. in rn, t. n INirt . . i Mam ( M p m petent youni person, announce that Arr. she is the matron of a truants' home, and I tlwladj;' Mr. Smith is a clerk on smsil M Uln thrert ij erKill IV by r. g .t. rrd letter or mar M'AIKINo. ' lh-- l Ualljr. IK) p tu r, . of landing thought she would like a little fun; but I Ittllf. W.ich Lt. Partly . .. ll W a a f,vrwrJ.i .t mall r 'The Clerk will call the salary, while Mr. Itrown, I haie always un- with ciuirn nrvii&i.i. mnn- tru. rOlfMKNtUL mil., Arr. LnlHiftos.. tl U p in I M p m .. . 111 Lit. Uuht: 7 )nM i am cjmtniltee Buuivu rtjuiwiy lot one yar, poeUjii rre And tbe old gentleman derstood, is a very wiallliy man " was mistaken." M p m M. ..- -, Arr. (.reraeuil. .. Lit. 1'arli I 01 u I 01 ptu ' frawferdullle Let uj 8uup:s tint the CUrk begins to sighed sweetly as he went back to his MlllenWiv, ANOTHER OFFER. ......' o VI p m 5anil04pBi but this is the second "He U my dear; M p tr " Crlllo . Ularelte 1 IS a tu 4 11 ptu e For a riuh rf wlr fuSwnWtt lo lb WEtKLT exercise his tentorial tone upon the S 10 p m' " latnua sett. . ... 7 M a w a V) p rn CfiMMf.Ki ML aul II oi IU. g, lUr or of lb Huh Arr. Majiflll time that Mr. Brown lias b;en married." He arise will 1 all cbor,cM on the General Statute. ae f iIm .. i a M 4a p u "A quick and careful observation is the Philadelphia Call. raneiuirKi reuto, wun on lr nn ihauai af M VlaayoLrreaad Htch,fhkh wlllco.1 i.J go lhmuI. wubettrywher. " Wlwheler. 111 Si p M 7 w p m ... in 12 6ad fur aamiJe Ouwea at his desk, arrange? his boutonaire pur- chief stock in the phrenoiegical trade," work. ia icBia, MiHBfoU. Iowa p m ll a p m :?'.'""" .ic For lurllier UfuraiaUun ailJrMa " Klchiaso.1 I 05 p m S AilTH Nebraaa. !"" l W p u " IjDcwUr ... I M p in ... chased at the fluritt'n lo excite the envy of The number of hogs packed in the North MUKltAY 1CK1.LKI1.4I. - A . THE COMMERCIAL, was the remark of a man who formerly t ID jl Ul irr. hlaahird J use, J 00 p U. ,J UulirllU. ktf west for the firt three months of the his deik associates and remarks in a gen-ti- e LOUISVILLE. KY. travelled with Fowler, the original Ameri No. I. Noun. NoJ Nut: Decembir and January, November, voic;, which disturbs the people up at can pnenoiogist. "isy long practice one 09 a rn 17 M pro . I,re. Mafiford Jutic' were 4 640,000 this year against 5,0S0,000 the cemetery, 'Has the Committee on the Lancaiter . .. j. I IOiui V)pn can size up pretty accurately any subject I 3 a m 17 ii p lu " l.lrhwond .. l)pm laM year, a decrease of 4 10,000, or CJ tier General Statute any report to make?' " V, lnchetter .) 7 (x- - a ml J o) p tu .... Taking for a comes under his hands. UNO OHIO HY. I 1 and handsome that cent. Of this total decreaar, no lew than nil 5 M p m Then a slightly-buil- t Arr. t'artau i basis the fact that strong characteristics aie been at CaicsR", which picked my girl chum 325,000 has 4J a in IJ 10 p Ui ijifllle . youuglawyer from Newport 7 10 a io 1 is p in apt to be indicated in a person's face, and 41.4 per cent, of the whole last year and CarlUI siTBjlie is ju3t too lovely for anything MUleraburf 7Mau 2 9pni even more in his manner and clothes, we 7 JJ a ro JMpta :.iT The only places Air I'arH 33 4 per cent this year Piises and remarks: build on that our structure of guesswork. 7 a m 5 10 p rn , Iilnctoo thi yer are Louisrille, packed more "Mr. Speaker!" 7 V a m IMpra . I'arU mi When we are wholly in doubt, we deal out that 7 V a m 7.W p id The Speaker recognizes him who would some generalities that mean something or Clevelacd, Dubuque an J Sioux City. I'arla. .... Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. OrnthUa.. .. I Ma m IM p u Hon-olulnot? and responde: M a to almouth. .. A. trareler decribt8 tbe woman of nothing, just as the dupe chooses to take The only lino runnine II 10 a m 6 10 p tn Arr Cof loton fas'The gentleman from Campbell!" as graceful, amiable, gentle and them. We also fill in with remarks about No. 73 Lf . Li. 8 n m, Arr. MartellU S 10 a A page then runs to the desk of his temperament and who are 77 I,t Lex. 9 Of health, which are cinating, and among them some Mararllle 10 m v.i-- Ji4k,fcvi--- w M .No. 21 Lt. May.tllle p5 in, a Arr. Arr ly-- i SS 51 p m PULLMAN NEW 8LEEPIN0 CABS No. M m. a the gentleman from Campbell and takes points open to any trained observer; and, the most beautiful he has ever seen Un No. 21 I.T, M7tIU II 19 p ta. Arr, Lex 1 44 p ni from hU hand a bill after the gentleman if we can slyly manage to learn his occu- softer than velvet, teeth whiter man ivory, No fl.f.C.iT 9 00pm An r'almouth 7 00 pm No. a Lt, Falraauth lUin, Arr. Cr, 7 1) a rn has tenderly re marked: 4 dallj tWMa Klchmsnd, pation, we give him good enough advice in eye sparkling and black, and such mawca I.NTEKIOIl joru.VAT No. SandIngton, all other dallr except Lexington Committee on Genand Got 'Mr. Speaker The dun la. raoat regard to that particular avocation. The of silken hair as are not often eeen on the NTEiM JOB OFFICE eral Statutes has had under consideration whole aim is to put just as little of posi- female head in other countries. The men LoulHTlllcClHOlllIlHtl HBtl JLfX- to Spool a bill entitled IbrIou, Ky., tive meaning as possible into the 'char' of Hawaii are of eplendid muscular de- 1o;m m- ry Klntl iririutliiK n( Kor ticket, rate and In formal ton pertaining lo 'An act lo amend Section 0, Article 4, which we take his money for, and at the velopment, and the women physically are tltna, connection, Ac, call on or addrea . tVily priccn. Chapter 20 of the General 8tatutee,' W. B. McKOUEKTH, lonr, same time flatter him judiciously." not inferior to them. the same with an expression of and report CtanforJ, Cj. W. WALTO.V, PIIOI'. Connecting In of the Uuited m . W. BENDHR. depot with Cut train lor C. L. BROWN, N'eal Dow says the people Three years ago, Mr. Procter, Sta'e Geopinion that it ought to pass.' HuperlnUndeaL Oa'l Fwa. A 1'rt. Axl Clerk's ologist, started from Frankfort with Mr. Statea spend $1,500,000,000 a year for The page carries the bill lo the loTinrlnn, Kr OEO, II. McKINNKY.TraT.l'aaa. A Krt. Aft this here are the facts: desk and that young person remarks quiet- Ott Brunner to locate the first cjlony. It .irink. To HMnford, Kr. ly, as if he didn't want to wake up any of was since developed into the thrifty Swiss There are in tbe United 8late 250,000 The Direct Boute toLynchburg, DanColony of Burnstadt, in Laurel county, saloon keepets. Etch on an average sells thoso who are not dead: ville, Norfolk, Statutes-who-mrwith 430 souls in the colony proper, and a not less than $0,000 worth of liquor each bring-in-th- e still larger number scattered through the year. The amount thus spent, $1,500,-000,00instruct!- - to prepaie-a- nd All Virginia and North Carolina county. There are besides this six other would pay for all the household same Points. Chapter-20,-ofth- e the Uuited States 4, ameud-iiettiocolonies: The Swana Swiss Colony, in furniture now in use in Fur ticket and further Information, apply to L ncoln; the Highland Gerzian Colony, in and leave $300,000,000 over. your neareat ticket office, or addrc Ueaeral Lincoln; the Strasburg Colony, Kbenisb, opinion Best Book kok Everybody. The new AdrerlUlcg Ant 'First in Laurel; the New Austria Colony, in AV Ticket and l'a Then the Speaker announces: illustrated edition of Webster's Dictionary, 310 H? Bfnln HI., LouUtIU., Ky". without an objection the Ibyle; the Pine Hill Salsburg Colony, in reading of the bill; I containing three thoua"d engravings, t!i9,blll will have its second reading by its K')ckcatle; and the Templar Spring ColoUan'l Manager, O.n'l IWr Ag'i. best book for everybody that the prrm lMchtnond, Virginia. ny, Swede, in EJmonson. The number of the title.' produced in the precent century, ar.d has young thrifty immigrants who have set'led in Nobody objectiog, the should be regarded as indipenab!e to the libra-ry- , man at the Clerk' dek repeats his vocal Kentucky through the efforts of Mr. well regulated home, reading-room- , -TAKE THE- pyrotechnics and just befote he has exclud- Procter is much larger without thau with of busines. Golden Era. and plxce ed some mercurial member jumps up and in these colooies, the total number reachW eh rr eh's Unamuihjed Illcsthated cries out: 'Mr. Speaktr, I should like to ing many thousands, while each colony or family becomes a nucleuj for other immireported in full.' Viewed as a whole, we are confident that & have the bill Yoeman. no other living language has n dictionary Then the young man with his forehead grants. so fully and faithfully seta forth iU running hick to hlscoat collar looks cross "Mamma," said a little girl, "doea the which in a tone devoid of condition as this last edition of roa tiik- and arising remark sun go to bed when it ceta in the evening?" present but full ofthe gall of Wetater does that of our written Hid swettr.e, suppose so," "I replied soken English tongue. Harpei'rt Mag.a wickedness the mother. "What makea everything so red? Doea zine. raou uf.am:r IN "Now, darling, will you grant me one it blush becauee it ha to so to bed right tion-on- e etc. favor before I go?" "Yes, George, I will," HitrUirnrc, out where everybody can see it?" Hoi-m- c Shoe, Groceries, KiitldlcM, And proceeded to read the bill during she said, drooping her eyelashes and get"I shouldn't be surprised, my dear." NnilH, Iron, membeis meanwhile tneciiHvarts IIiikkj "X'siiM8;:,0l..';".u.,'Jv'f'K to 'the next hour, the . .1. .. INCIN'NATI ih. "Well," continued the little girl, ting her lipj in shape. "What is the favor KiiKBy WIiucIh, SIovch, C11110 Mills, and the North. Kren 1'arlor Car to Cincinnati Iluriicew, Courier Journal or paying social reading the I can grant you?" "Only a little song at and 1'alac. Weeping Car to ClncInn.Tl. thoughtfully, "if I were in the sun'ii placo NpokeH, 91111m, dralcH, l,tit Covers, ldcr calls to me and my sisters in the House I would cover myself up with cloud," the piano, love. I am afraid there is a ou'ch.nBrr' hlUJe'PUU J N Vork,wfl?- IllltlH, Corn MiellerM, CollarM, Nloiicunrc, lobbies. outside waiting for me, and I want tu dog trout I.OUIHVir,LK Tt-- m 2 A beautiful young girl was about to be mt r niuu ... .. .;: to Philadelphia Call. When the bill has had its second readscare him away." Oliver Chilled, Champion Steal and Brinley Combined Plow, Wooden and ing, it is announced by the Speaker that it married to a bachelor 70 years of age, but Cast Pnmps, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Eoof-in- g A powerful explosive for mining purpos is now ready for commitment, amendment very rich. On the eve of her marriage she A countless numand Guttering will have prompt attention. makes a motion lo do learned that hU wealth had been suddenly es is mado of coal-tar- . or debate. If no one of coal-taawful things to it, then the swept away, leaving him a penniless old ber of useful things are now made either of these Haieamen j John nr(uUt e to a from a stick of chewing-gnSpeaker announces that without objection man. Did the noble girl desert him in fyi WUIHVIM.E to . roof; from the daintiest perfumery esIll the Cierk will read the bill a third time this, his hour of trouble? She did indeed, uauo and the North, with "'AnAl-ULIH,!dollar-bottl- e patent medicine. of vT change sence to a ciinmg tniir car through withoutKiacne and lie- observed that here, and her parents helped her, too. by lis title. I have most generally, no one objects because by "Aunt Jane," said an exasperated wife A Kansas Miller drowned himself in his fcOOK AT THIS J the time the bill reaches this stage most of mill pond bacauee a dam he had just built "I wish it was a custom for women to are out in the lobby failed to the younger members collect water enoueh to turn the trade husbandu, aa it ii for men to trade m mere iPHAnMAClSTS Miking to rue, and when tnai is wheel. He exhibited good sense. Some horses." "Why, my dear7" "Because, floor to are not enough old ones lelt on the men would have gone home and jawed if it was I'd cheat some woman dreadfulDXULIM IX- down."-Excha- nge. make an objection worth noticing. There their wives and kicked the dog clear Hours Ahead of All Competitors. across ly before sun many youthful men the room, were never before so Books, EmlgranUandHorue-SeekiriTlathoOAi- ir of a Kentuckian has been shortThe life has any in. on the floor, and if leap-yea- r A jolly old doctor said that people who ened by tobacco. A hogshead of the weed for the whatever, now is the time Phyyclan preicilptloni accuratelyJcompounJtKl were prompt in their payments always re- fell on htm and crushed him out of symAlio Frankfort girl and her friend like myself g choice oraeau fa ear. of connecting covered from their aicknesa, as they were metrical proportions. It can not be denied ne who has come to visit her. good customers and physicians could not that tobacco in large quantities is injuri- tBfiHt1Mfcjigi;MM.UBwnlaMnM But the bill ia read a third time and then ous. Arkanaaw Traveler. House-ai- n't he a dar- - afford to lose them. Speaker ofthe Till . Intro-duceUl, ahoutd paw will nay 'aye;' you who are of a contrary opinion will asy 'no.' The members all vote and we will supIf pose that the 'ayes' are in the majority. so.'the Speaker announces: 'Tho ayes have Ii; the bill is pissed and the title will bo aa reported ' The bill thus passed by the House will be journalized by the House Clerks and on the following morning reported to the Senate, which honorable body will be asked to concur in the fame. Do you ask where I gained this fund of Information? lean only respond that I iNQUlRlMNoGinL. am an The Virtues of the Sealskin. me recommend every father of n family to buy aseulskin, A sealskin is the most valuable nnd Useful adjunct to dom- let I aCindllu-fo- r lo Ilia ctlan of HO.. A. O. TAXiHOTT PKDPKSSIOUL ct Ciiri In this tin democracy. district, 3Z SlM U. DCRDKTT. J. & W. DaOWM, WEBSTER'S UNABRIDGED. InShesp, Butslaand Turkey DlnJlngj. flV moral-lookin- g new-pape- r, estic comfort snd to matrimony that the A. world knows. It is a most adaptable garment and suits any height, breadth or style THE INTERIOrf JOURNAL of figure. A sealskin is always attractive. And the Iullll Let a girt go along the street in n plain, merino gown ami the men will never no Courier- tice her. Let her put on a sealskin and One yur for only $.1 two piin fjr Hills look at her, and even everybody takes a more than the price of one. turns back to take another. The fasctns Hy 'ylii in $1 tion of any kind of a girl in a sealskin is your homo ptprr you will t'ttlro for oan yrar t'ourlrr-Journawlin the or nrprrr the Hie Mouth, uiiiornt-I- c wonderful. In fact, sealskin levels all snd for n Urllf for rrwniiA only, nJ th Ixtt, ranks and places the work girl on an abso- lnWhtvit HDd ithlsat family wrrkly In Ihe I'nllrri 'I to lute equality with the Hob Hill heiress. Ntatra. thsho who ilwirr can raamtne tnlisimple Courier-Journcopy of ortue. do kj nt I have known a whole family of girls comTHE LOUISVILLE WEEKLY fortably married ofTby tho judicious man initiation of a sealskin. E ich of them wore it, each of them made a hit in it, and af. MVE, rnoUltKS.NIVE, POl'LXAR. terlhey were married tl fcas imu away Tho Cheapest and Best Family Newspawr In thoee who had not grown up. for tho South, I am freo to confess that a sealskin docs ONLY $1.00 A YEAR. not go with everything, but everything AH th Ktwt Acrienllural Dtpartmsnt-ChlMregoes with a sealskin. The taste may not ' """"-si- """ always be of the best; there be shabbiness u7-.T- O. beneath, but sealskin is like charity Ii INTERESTING, INSTRUCTIVE, USEFUL, To Old sod roung alike. SubKrib for ll. (ran Fran-cic- o covers a multitude of sins. Chronicle. -- a. It is not generally koon that the imitaTHE tions of rare griin leithers now common means oi in .n:y articles is cuecieu nj photography. A genuine seal, Hlligator, boa, or other costly nkins is photographed", then painted on sensitive gelatine, the pirls not acted upon by light dissolved oat in water, and a cast or an electrotype pla'e then tuade in copper or type metal, as pritctised in the reproduction of engrav-ini.f- l, snd then the raetil plate nd the smooth leather of louie doamt'c aniaisl are pased betwten the rollers uniltr presthe plate is leriua-njnllsure, and the figure-ofixed on the leather by great pressure. Any of these leathers may be stain ed, colored, or dyed to any tint required, but plain black or the color left hj the The ew Walerbnry KleVte rue, bAn4ome, S ir !o Walrh. Plem Wlndlnf, rrfxl tannin is generally prefeir.d. r I warranted Ia ktn Oraiicl Combiiiatioii vrroit.vuvH tM-ly- nuuDETT nnowrf, .vTiir-,v'- v KY. r MT. VKIISOK, Will practktf In r .vTTOurvii aKY. Tj.yw, aTANKOltt), M. PEYTON, " ' '"" rtXAMrnrr lrrv 'W7A' fflrrnijrTy Wnmrmutrs. riiryrjjyrrii mn 'jiv OTSSMt 'Wasr&jrrw Weekly Journal thrCourtiof Lincoln aril and llio superior Court and Court clil atteutlon qlca to cwllectlona. yy;y Attornoy v COMMERCIAL. ri'i Cotirt-hou- o HUllOliON DKNTIHT, to '' sfljEhzdxd opter hi't ...i t LIU tlme-eTln- a; Ix-e- V CJIVCI1V1VATI! "MOIVOIV lfiOUTJE." Louisville, New Albany y Railway. l! ONLY $3.50, Pullman Palace - .rica.-1'awn- gera 1 il I M'1-.- li'h 1 - com-mitie- i .. ' ' ir-Dlw- l, L. l'-i- li. eea-so- ... 1 - dSME Kentucky's CK) Route East u lllpn "j. ". Till: A SOLID TEAIN WASHINGTON CITY. al Rates Emigrants. I. nXTorxr Yoirls.. e- 0, bald-heade- d ing New Goods for Fall and Winter, comprising the best in the market, which will be gotten up in style and make second to none in city or country. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley I have received and am still receiv- . flj. ly abaent-mindedl- y Wb Hi HiGGINS fiEastaWostandNortli -- Whip, ii W V. 9 m 1 r, six-acr- j Hours 2 Trains IO ftWiff mwMf M mmmm -- Drugs, Stationery and Fanoy Articles. ' Girls and sweets. Pretty girls are like Stories first heard at a mother's knee are Thlrd reading ol the bill: The question confectionery In more ways than one. never forgotten. It la the same with some now i: Shall the bill past? Gentlemen, They are aweetj they are expensive; and other thing received at a mother's knte, you who are of Ihe opinion that the bill they are conducive to the heartburn, which will readily occur to our readers. linttf-aj- V, ' , Largest Slock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry & Sllrerw are Erer brought to thU market. Trice Lower than the Loweit. Watchc. Clockj and Jewelry notice and Warranted a i '"ww MUlhern I'auenger Act.. J, V. UIXL, '1W(1,W ,4g,nl) L,Uno,Ky.