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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884022601 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. Ill VOLUME X.-NUM- egg ntefio lonftuil 1884. BER 510. A STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 26, Hip Van Winkle. Circus-Lovin- g NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 227. W. P. WALTON. iiMMifif tfaU.OO Ttirmtttv ami fViltii, II we hare to When paid atrlclly In aJrance. watt any tlmr, 83.no will l.lt ANNUM lm cbamd. Superstitions About Precious Stones. Conduit Maytulne In an article on llic ubjve Hul'Jtxt conclude that the Jlmininli ri'prcnenl, happllr, n ivg quantity. Who would think now ruy the writer, of nttribtitlng to rich tone a pcul intlience ntvr acli month, and .trinp, therrforr, th Mpptilre In April. tleniate in Mafi anil no furlli? Yet our did thtx, and evtn ppr(ipriAtnl to twelve kind of olonet tie lwtlf niKii of tho iodine and thn twelve ajiOHllris. IVrhatx there wan auwp pious intent in the nyuibol ol St. letr. making the tin chrolile of St. Matthew, or the beryl of the (liebelievinK Si. Thorn-nf- , but the modern oplril need not the reminder, and their value at any lime Hut, "mile m tat have been Ttry doubtful. e may at the aupentittun that rulnl in kh brc no liuiM with rKnl t0 precioti hIohm we have to admit that it wan not altogether without it biluhlur elde. In the dark Ke', f .rinatance, it cm bare bern umuean to HM4rwt Kmi which, like the ilia-ud and ntnelliwt, redilcoil war 10 a afe and ple.iiwnt Mtlme. What charm bac rila and inlfur-- t we wherewith to faee the .re of life cjmpirbU to the filh in thrir laliaman which Miptted our an. Who that remeinlwri the unit tr ti !i id a law uii and the uervoiM rrliauce p'.ared In hi a yllcttir, bttt mlnht rosjrrt the faith which in prevlfttM aire ami oimllar plubt he mljhl have felt in a morsel of chalcedont? Hience, moreoTrr, in inant oi h 11 1 ntnpeiiMtion for the blief diel U wan un trillmi: alleviation of the pti ant'n ht that he mu'lit hope any day to liml a rich jewel left br a anake In the or vaat treaurea hidden in a mouu tain. ThH hope in now sone, or going, from him, and erhapi few ! n; fn'nUS peaa-al now look for the til tic tuia ring which their anreitoM allrib ili-- to the action of anakei brealhiiiK upon hrutl. Who now that ilrinka the refrrshinj; Voiivray wine from Vouviay, in France, would ever think that the name of both wice and place had come from an old local belief in a dragon or viper (vouivre) that poweed a tingle eye, or carbuncle, which it laid aaide on the ground, and which, if discovered, would lead i'i finder to richeT gt mei aiti-ftor- thn that yet lliitr nbnut the prrcioiia atitrti ft jr in f' lif" tlt, n The brat avoid it. Health Hints. way to deal with n cold ia to Never pick a blister with a pin. It runt thn pin. Viuegar and red pepper will make a well throat acre and a core throat well. Corn can be cured by refraining from wearing ahoea three eizea too umall. When you have indigestion never attribute It to your appetite. Hlame the cook. Tho tendency to aleep too aoundly can be overcome by having hot soda bincuit for Araenic carefully uted will, in time, entirely clear a neighborhood of rate, mice and amateur Hutu player. Never wash in wnrm water before going out in the cold air. It taken all the dirt oil and leave the akin ozpo.'ed to the cold. Nothing i" more dtngeroui than to walk abjut with bare feet in the morning. If there are fire to be aUrled let your wife attend to them. CjaMe brown paper xoaked In vinegar an pl.iced on the furehea I U good for a nick headache. See that there in a aupply of brown paper and vinegar in the house b f re Rolng to the lolge cm initiation night. Nothing i of ho much hem fit to the genir.il heallh n good humor. Ti.ke n cheerful view of life, hope for the heft, ro member that there it not one chance in a million of your wont fear on any aubject being realized, and never mini a cIihiico for a good laugh. This prescription may alao be of benefit: Aiiua pura, one pari; Wctk'y CM, three put, Tako separately. Philadelphia Call. 1 tupper. A little you want to marry my daughter?'' 'Yea, sir." "Are you prepared to give ber pleasant homeand the luxuries to which she has always been accustomed'.'"' "I don't believe I am sir; I only get seven dollars a week." "Yea. Well, do you know that young women nowadays expect to begin housekeeping in the ame style their parents leave efT?" "Oh, yes; I know all about that." "You do. Well, how can you reconcile seven dollars a week with my suroundings?" "I -- I thought," ieprndfd the intelligent young man, while his face beamed with love and hope, "that we could live right along with you, you know, until the time came for you to to leave off, and then the matter would would sort English Cure for Drunkenness. There is a prescription in use in Eng- of regulate itself, you Call. land for the cure of drunkenness, by which thousands are said to have been assisted He was smoking a fine, Ha. in recovering themselves. The receipt vana when he met his friend. came into notoriety through the etlorts of "Have a cigar?" he irtjuired politely. John me Hall, commander of the Ureal, "Thanks," said the other grateiullv, tak He had fallen into ing and lighting the proflered weed, Kistern steamship such habitual drunkenness, that the mcsl After a few experimental putl, however, earnest iflorts to reclaim himself proved tho friend removed the cigar from his lip., unavailing. At length he sought the ad- -, and looking at it doubtfully, said, with a vice of an eminent physician, who gave very marked abitement of gratitude in his him a which he followed faith- - tone: "What do you pay for these cigars?" til ly for seven months, and at the end of "Two for a quarter," replied the original that lime he had Iot all deire for liquor, although he had for many years bren led proprietor of both weeds, taking his own captive bv a mot debaiug appetite. The cigar out of his mouth and lookingt at it . . i n'tii -inis cost receipt which ho afterwards published amir11" conimeiauie ,lle iwtnty cents and that live." bv which so innnv other drunkard J,vn The conversaticn languished at this been agisted to reform, is as follow-- : I'uck Sulphate of iron, five grains; peppermint point. aay r. know."-Pbiladel-phia d . Ball at Crab Orchard Springs, pleasant feature in the liit of Crab Orchard's winter gayeliVa was the im promptu bill field Wednesday night in the parlor of the Springs Hotel. It was In by about twenty-fivcouple embracing numbers of pur prettiest yonnjr ladies and uioit gallant of beau. The following list will give some idea of the d character of the arsuublage, and the costumes worn by Itoili the ladies and gentlrtnen: Miss Jael K?ilil, bltrk silin, Spanish lace and gold ornament; Mi I fettle Fer-re- l, Stanford, green cishmero and velvet, gold and amethyst; Ml Annie HucUnm, black emboed velvet and diamond. This lady waa,Iltiley''(ineof tie best dancers ontimlloor. Miss l.ida KdiniUun, black surah satin and oxjx stone; Mist Ilea u regard Sluarl, blue velvet and poirN; Mis Jean lluchaii in, terra cotta cashmere and plush, pearls; Mis Annie Ilolints, bluccarh-merand told; Miss Suie lluohanan, ox blood nuns' veiling anil diamond; Miss Iclla D.iores, peacock blue satin, caahmore, gold and amethysts; Mifs Annia Ditliun, crimson cashmere and gold; Misri Maggie Huchanan, brown silk anil amethysts; MIm Lura Dmre, cardinal cashmere, plush and amethvst lepittered with (warls; Miss Mary Hansford, green silk, cishmere anil cameos; Miss Kiln loore, electric blue satin, rubim and diamonds commingled; Miss Kiltie I)jtiglas, black cisli-merand pluh, gold; Mis Jennie Kenne dy, plum rashmere, velvet, emeralili and sapphir; MisSallIe Fish, ox blood oash-mer- e and plush, pearls; Miss Annie .Smart, blue cashmere and velvi-t-, gold; Mia F.t Ilurhanan, nary blue nuns veiling and gold; Mrs. Keiiner l'arri, cirdmat c.ih-meranil gold; Mrs W. (i. Kdmi-tocashmere and stlin; Mrs. Jiidgai Hantford, black silk ami cashmeie The costume of the gentlemen wer rich and Oriental in their splendor but I have time only to mention a few of the most pronounced. , Jno. A sirawberry-blondwhite hipKitamus skin sliprs, ingots; Jas C King, green knte bireolus, no stock- lugs, real skin capand very attractive lh out ornaments; Henry Orrcn, out and out llufhlo Hill costume, buck-horornaments; e Albirt Turner, Larenoebiirg, heavy with no trimmings; M. O'Brien, embroidered cotton socks, electric ornaments; Kobt. Collier, Km Henry IV costume; a "our masher" with "It-dfce. James Huberts, Siatesville, one clean colhr, cull" trimmed likewise; Souhrette Cook, Kpom pants, gaudy and crushing; M. J. Hani, Knickerbocker breeches, I.imburger colored cravat. I)r K T. Stephenson, white dudelelte hat, deep and ungovernable badly trimmed. Kenner Farris,Sy-mou- r round about with Irish gray looater trimmina, gatl ornaments; (ito. II. King, mourning suit, ornaments, the Lat Itoe of Summer; Murray Jones had been by acclamation assigned ihe position of He, however, filled to put in appearance. A committe of investigation found that he had been prjpirly ah aven Wdnesday morning by a barber spaially ordered from Liuiaville; but the New York bootblack, alt) spscially ordered, failed to mike connection, owing to the flood, which soiled all calculations and so mortified Mr. Jone that he departed on (be evening train for "Kvans"-vill- e. e e e e n, Hal-'emane, n mua-tachd" mu-tic- Clergymen Washington Irving never gave to the world of letlers a more beautiful thing than "Itip Van Winkle." Irving has long since paased Into the land of spirits, but the story lives and dessrved to be dramatized. The story ii never irspired. It begins in the Hudson Valley, f.motu in joetry and history. The Catskill mountains are the background, snd Itip Van Winkle is handed down to us in marital lineage as the hero. He was beloved of the village wives anil children, but a jealous wife could not sse his virtues, and like many a man, before and since, failing to reivive kind words Ht home, drow mil hi doubles to the (lowing bowl. Ammg the ninny untrue, Schneider, his dog, w.is trui; he didn't scold an odd bone and ihe companionship of his master was all he asked It a natuml that when Itip Van Winkle wandered oil into the mountains that Schneider should follow him. Whether they found odd fairies, at nine-pinor whether it was Holland (J n, does not detract from the story. Jtip drank the mixture, as indeed he was addicted to drinking anything above the of water. He slept, the story says, for twenty jeais. In that sleep, he had outlivtd hi dog, his gun had grown old and rusty, and he had also outlived the woman who had driven him out into the storm. To attempt to change the plot is to mar it; therefore i Joseph Jellerson a mar plot. A he plays it, Itip finds, on hi n turn, hi wife wedded to the man who cau-e- d his trouble. Robert McWade plajs "ttip Van Winkle" to life. Where he has appeared, he has so ably represented the storv that JeilVMon has sutlered by F.xrhance n com-pariii). story is told by a Toledo West End pieacher on a brother minister that will bear repeating. Recently a circus was in the city and the ministerial curiosity whs so awakened that the outside veiw of the stretch of canvas would not suffice. The minister had compunctions of conscience against the gratification of what he fancied might be a questionable desire. However, hi liberality of belief would permit of tt e children going and of their seeing all that was to be seen, provided they had a d maculine protector with them. But unfortunately for him he had no children, and was therefore to use an unorthodox expression "in a hole." Finally ho Lit upon a plan. He went to the presrherand tried to borrow his five-- i ear-ol- d boy s a companion to (lie circus. But it wouldn't work, the preacher remarking, "I've waited a long time for my boy to get big enough to go to cirriHes and now I want to ue him myself." Toledo Blade. A good-sizepin-mon- FINE FARM FOR SALE ! I will Boll privately, as a whole, or in parcels to suit purchasers, tho Logan's Port farm of 210 acres in tho corporate limits of Stanford, Ky. Tho land fronts f of a mile on Danvillo streot, is of tho best soil in Kontuoky, has on it a largo and comfortable rosidonco and tho best spring in Lincoln county. For terms or inspection of tho place, Apply to Mrs. Emma Eochostor on tho premises, or to me at my in Stanford, Ky. w. G. WELCH. Feb . 19. 81 tf law-offic- e M'ROBERTS&STAGG Opera House Block, Stanford, DEALEItS A lady, whose supply of was about exhausted, was looking at some dress KyM gcods inn certain store. "My hinbind has an account here, has IN- he iioi?" she asked as a feeler, preparatory DriiRH, Wall Pnper, Winc.i. Musical to making a puichase Jlnokx, Liquor Client IcalM, IiiHfritciiiciitx, PaintM, Stationery, !i;ur.s. "Yen'iii." said the merchant. "He has Pocket NonpH, OH. Tobacco, Cutlery, an old account which has teen here for Lumps P fmuery, Fire Arms, Mucliiii five years." Needles. clo-e- r I'pnn examination the lady found Our Jewelry, SHvcnruro nml Optical Goods Department Is In Clinrge of Col. that the goods were not the exact thadc of Tims. Mcliarils, vrlio will Repair Watches' anil Clocks Promptly ami In tho best style. Ex. color she wanted. i ' Now that poor Keifer is Leaded down hill, all his former friends rerm disposed to accelerate his movements by placing their feet under his coat tail, lie are net prepared to say, however, that a man who Heroism of a Mother. No more pathetic story has oome from is so contemptibly mean as to have his the scene of the wreck of the City of Col- boots sbiued nt the expense of the govenA umbus than that told by Mr. Tibbetls of ment ij deserving of a better fate. the wife who begged her husband to save The Legislature of Virginia is destroy himself if he could, as there was no chance ing the temple of Mahone's political powfor them both, so that he might iare for er passed an stine by stone. It has tluir four children. It wa an instance of act taking the appointment of election inre heroi-m- . in which tli love of the wif- - officer out of the hands of hi-- alius and the mother overcame ail love of life, the county judges. Nine-tenth- s of lhee and all mere anim.il clinging to life, which magistrates are the creatures of boss' is stronger usually than the intelligent de- When any jugglery with the ballot boxes sire to live ho, in the wild ruh of the was necf ssary they furnished the jugglers panic stricken people, at a time when calm Exchange decision i a .jualiiy mot rare, she weigh-e- d man of the hour is The worst cut-uthe chance and saw that life fcr her that Western reporter who, in detciibing husband meant a happier life for her chil-dre- u the appearance of the belle of the town, at than if she weresaved. But stern fa'e a local picnic, intended to sy that she had no pity on her devotbm and heroism. looked aufait, but, of course the type had The waves swept her ill the vimel and to get it. "all feet." swallowed her up and he, after enduring the agonies of the cold and exertion ia the II OX. A. G. TAK.BOTT rigging, alsi went dosrn to join her in her I a Cimll lits for OjtifrMi In this district, subocean grave. Boston Globe. ject to the action of Ilia democracy. jut p HOW TO LrOI.N 'You The partnership of Bruce, Warren & Co. has been dissolved by mutual consent, Geo. EL Bruce & Co. buying the Clothing and A. A. Warren the Grocery Department. A. A. Warren will meet anybody's prices and GEO. H. BRUCE & Co. especially will cut prices on some lines to reduce stock for Spring purchases. GZSO. H. BRUCE & CO W,I rt te mailed o( 8C0. JL Grand Combination D.M. FERRY THE INTERIOR JOURNAL And the Loulstllle dim turn ..t I, I' rl It contain (r rnCC Utt rllCt ; v without ordennf. it. i',lutratiint, I'n ri drnptlon and pUnti-u- : a" applicant and to A. A. WARREN. r IllVllllliltllC all and Flower t) nil. fi w B'BA u mrr?as!i m w'mtf AND r. iXftHTft ! R5fimW UNDERTAKER, Weekly Courier- - Journal One ear for only s:i two paper for Utile more than the price of one. Courier-Journal, JDealei in U'nxmitiwe Ily paying in S you will recelro for on year the your home Jper with the if pn'PtHitiv- - nxwipaperof the 8011th, democrata tarltt' for revenue only, and th heat, ic and for In the t'nltol brlshtesl ud ahlett famllr Matr. 1 bo who desire to examine a sample can do so nttbla office. of tlm Courier-Journcop; THE STJIsT NEW YORK, 1884. About sixty million coplea of Tiik Si'.s haro gone out of our establishment during the put 12 5011 ofalfTh-fcun- A Full and complete asHortmcnt or Furniture, embracing er crytliing from the Cheapest to the Finest Parlor Suites. ! need to go to the Itirue cities to make your purehascN, no matter want, as I can and will duplicata what quantity ir quulltj-yoany prices you emi obtain elsewhere, freight being added. Alse a full assortment of Collins, Caes, (Shrouds and Ilobcs, embracing all the New Styles, both cheap aud expensive. Ware rooms opposite Nt. Asaph Hotel. Stanford, Ky. till mouth!. were to paite eud toenl all the column If printed, an I told last year you would set acuntfnuoua atrip of Jntcreatlux I a rotuniou sernw wisdom, sound doctrlnsand sane wit lorg enough to reach front I'rlntlng House Mount ruarototbe top of Printing Hipe'iitcus in the moon, tlieu hack to Homo tquare and ri of the way back to Ihe moon then three-quarte- GEO. D. WEAKEN 5 Commission IVIercbanf 31aiiufaoturers' .A.gent, AND Dave Walker, of Andemon'a Store, wan one of tho beat North Carolina soldier that in Richmond mmo Leo had. D.ive w.-.-n time since and sitting t night in tho St. Jameri Hotel lie heard a man with a cocked hat on talking everybody nearly to death about the war. He na'ul be had been a Colonel. Finally ho drew his seat np to Dave and asked him if he was In the war. Dave eiid: "Yen, I was there." "What position did you hold?" "None, sir," said Dave. "I reckon I'm the loneromest man in tho world." "Ah, why bo?" asked the Colonel. ld Dave, "I was a private dur "Why," ing the war, and I'm the only one I have Uiltigh News and Oboverseen since." server. Fourteen young men of Dei Moines formed an orchestra, Ten of them aro dead, and the survivors, convinced that some fatality is following the organizitlon, have repented and joined a church. water, eleven drachms; spirit of nutmeg, one drachm; twice a day. Thi preparation acts as a tonic and stimulant, and so paitially supplies the placo of the accustomed liquor, and prevents that abioluto physical and moral prostration that fol lows a sudden breaking oft from the use of stimulating drink. Tiir.WirK'it Welcome. A well known clergyman in tho north of England enter tained recently a brother clergyman from some distance. The evening being unpro-pitiohe asked him to remain fcr the night. At dusk the clergyman asked his guest to step into the mano while he gave orders to have his conveyanco ready in the morning. As the visitor entered the manrer the clergyman's wife mistook him in tho dusk for her husband, and, eelzing the pulpit litblo which waa on the lobby table, brought tho full weight of it across his shoulders, exclaiming emphatically. "Take that for asking the ugly wretch to stay all night." Women with pale, colorless faces, who will receive both mental and bodily vigor by using Carter's Iron Pills, which are made for the blcoJ, nerves and complexion. feel weak and discouraged, u, TKKMS TO MAIL Sl'BSCMilEUS. Tbe several editions nt The Sun are snt by mall postpaid, as followa: Daily 50 ceutsa month, Jd a year; with Sunday edition, 87 buwoav Eight pages. This edit Ion furnishes the current news of the world, special articles of exceptional Interest to everybody, and literary reviews of new books of thn highest merit. SI a year. Wkkkly SI a year. Eight pages of the best matter or tho the uatiy issues; an Agricultural Department 0! unequalled value, special market reports scientific and domestlu IntelliIn anger Hew her agile jaws, and swear gence and literary,Weekly make The thu Ueftspapor for words darted from her tongue; the mnid tbe farmer's household. Tocluhaofteu with HI 0 la extra copy free. was fighting mad, became she couldn't Addresa . II. EX0 1, A XI, Publisher, The Sun, Hew Yark CiPy, ItVtMit make her bangs stay bung. Next to courtesy and civility in business nothing pays better than nice offices and pleasant, cheerful rooms in whith to do business: Dirt, dust and discomfort are not necessary adjuncts of good, thriving busines. A man will do better work, and more work; be a better man, more honest in clean, wcllfiurniohtd, pleasant offices than in the reverse. Dirt and dishonesty are very apt to bo connected, and discomfort and defalcation will go together. Many a concern fails in business became of the carelessness and inattention induced by The slovenliness in the busines offices. Artisan. Ou Bills "Two hundred and twenty eeven bills were introduced into Congress the first davs session." "Jut think of it!" remarked Mrs. Simple; "isn't it ridiculous? These Congressmen have salaries big enough, I should think, to py as they go. bills! For Two hundred and twenty-seve- n things they got last year, of course. For my part, I think it's positively scandalBosten Transcript. ous." again. o Hut The Sun Is written for the Inhabitant the earth; this Mine atrln of Intelligence would girdle the globe S7 or23 time It every buyer of The Suu during the last year was spent only one hour oyer it, and if his wtfoor men ami women. Tho Hun is and will continue to he a newspaper which tells the truth without fear ol cousequencca which gets at tho f.tcts no muter how much tho process costs, which repiesetits the news of nil tbe world without waste of words and In the Jmoit readable shape, which Is working with all Its heart for the cause of honest government, and which therefore believes that tho Republican party muU go, aud must go la this coming yur of our Lord, IMI. If you know TboKua, you like it already, and youwillrral It with accustomed dlllgfuco aud profit during n hat Is sure to bo tbe most interest. Irg yejriu Its history, if you do not yet know The Sun, It la high time to get Into the sunshine. grandfather ha spent auother hour, tMi newspaper has al!'orded the humau race thirteen thousand yours of steady reading, night and day It la only by little calculations like these that we can form utiy idea ol the circulation of tbe most popularnf Ameriran newspapers, or of Its Influence on the opinions aud actions of American STANFORD, KENTUCKY, -- ii:alkk in- - Hay, Grain, Wool, Field Seeds, Buggies, Carriages, Spring Wagons., Farm "Wagons, Carts, Reapers, Mowers, Grain Drills, Corn Drills, Corn Planters, Plows Harrows, Hay Rakes, Feed Cutters, Corn Planters, Cider Mills, Cano Mills, Pumps, Iron Fencing, Saw Mills, En gines, Threshing Machines, Hose Belting, And, in fact, everything pertaining1 to Agricultural Machinery OfllcoHud Ware Keoms opposite St. Asaph Hotel, Stan tor lTSL-a : I The Courier Jownal at last admits that LANCASTKK ADVKKTISKJIEm. Good Friday has been made a public Dorsky is cxperincing how sharper the health of your uncle Sam), J, Tilden than a serpent'n tooth it is to have a holiday br New York legislature li. V. WALTIilt The Supreme Court of Illinois has de- U very poor. A Firnl-Clu- s thankless putr. Hear him unbowom WonIU'oriiiiiui. I X2 is x w m.., -- Within thirty days there will bo concarried the clared the $500 liquor license bill constituLANCABTKIt, KY. Fobrnary 2G, 1884 himself to an interviewer: "I Bfcaford, Ky., hoti- - s nt giiritrn fumlihfd Appljr to tinuous rail commanication between New, Offlcr orer CHUeni State oflnd inna for Garfield in 18S0, and tional. TOM! It. II. VltltW, HUnfonl, Ky. from 8 to 12 a. u. and National tlauk.u. Ofllcs houra from to 6 r. An Ohio court has juse decided that York and the City of Mexico. as a reward for it, after ho got elected W. P. "WALTON. U V, Oil has dropped since the early part of g. M. IIUSDKTT. penitenmsrriago contracted and entered into by they threatened to put me in the ! HUUUIjE A 13UIIDETT. January from $1 15 to OBJcand the feeling tiary. There is no justice in this country. slaves is invalid. . XjA-wrir.ro i jo ym Col. Matt. Walton has been selected continue so bearish ss to be almost psn- Jlu. Woon, in hi minority rep.rtagainrt They talk about republican principles 1.ANCA8TKU. KY. I olfrr for Mtiirltlr my firm of X!ll H'-- t as special Judce to preoide at the trial of iky. Will prnellte In Oarrard and adlolnlru counllea tk extension of thoorMion of Legislature, humph, ns if they had in!" Mcliolu-llUW. B Cash, son of the man who killed ri l cv.", niuum . iniirt r. r... oi county t on Hickman Crr-In .IrtMiiilnr. C'.,A.,.I,I Vm '" the lloMnaou Mock, Tim Geo. Letcher, at Nicholasville. is impossible to fully refine our im; si; it ela-rquarr. of lati'l li In . con- - Niulh Hide H4-lami ami li In riknI Shannon in a duel, shot the marshal The Louisville Dimcaat oilers nn A bill has pia-ethe Canadian Houre perfect revenue system in less thsn six amendment to illtluii fur urowlUK ni'" crop mlttit to Ihli part ul suggesS C, Bnd another man, killing thcuUte and la well aililrl to growing tuliacro. our whipping-pos- t nearly Cheraw, be done by speof Commons granting a subsidy of aneethaand is it ought to The ImprimtiifiiU cuiilil if a imp dwelling of tion "that the lash be made a part of the them both and then (ltd. 7 nmm with trllir, a well of cowl wa$30,000,000 to the Pacific Railway. cial commiroloneiR an extcnIon will not punishment for the big ns well its for the The CoviniMon Relief Committee tele ter near tlinlotir, a y oo--l tiarn, ttatilr anil wagon Mrs. Fred W. Paramore, nee Nellie aeccmplirh the desired end. He also sys: hrd d(1 ottirr nrcra-arout tpulMli'g". An orpetty rascals. If we go into the whipping graphed to the interior towns of Kentucky:! chard, atock water aliumlatit anil Ac Hszeltine, a few years ago the reported "Ta locl bills and the insignificant chanR-! nn.atly of alone. TidiThe business, let's whip all the criminals and "The cenercslty of the people is broader ly of fencing on the llmlx-fur IrnrluK purpoai ami Irucra tuott-l- y rlTered and to be ofler-- d in St. Louis. fiance cf Sam'l J. Tilden, diid aed amendment In good Mpalr. lessen the terms of confinement in the penand deeper than .the floods. Djn't end Itfcpavrulrnl lu Senator-elec- t Payne, in a letter pubto nearly erery stction and Church, whool and mill, l'wlll acll lihe property any more money or supplies. All herea- low and on mi tcrmi to parllr dtlrlii( a home itentiary in proportion to the number of Stat--tilished in New York, declares that he will arf.JhaCodee of Practice and General or will ulTlds II toault iMirrhara. Isshes received above, say ten." We acbouts have plenty " If not M t,y Air. I. f will rtnt In reliable pai not content under any circumstances to the are cot of sufBcient importance to The talk about Lincoln fur President If. cept the amendment and with we could le MUH.St.A. llKtlNVKIUJKIt. Xtiiiicn.Ntcr, of his name before the Democratic Nato extend the melon nt a coot to .jtwufy us 20.1 S mo, ue llanly, lU.,Ky gally declare the bill passed. on the strength rf hi father's name- tional Convention. ibe State of abont 900 per day. lly not ue that one of these day the reg The special train on the L. & N. extending the sewitn it will prove an The editor of the Mountain Echo begs its YAI.I1AIILE publican parly will be placing Ulysses S. a party of Cinciunatians to New Orto the future Legislatures to be- - readers to excuse an uninteresting issue Gr-n- t, Jr.rr tie brilliant Fied among tle Xb tfaeir work right upon the inception of becau-- e be ha a had cold. We expect leans to witness the Mardi Gra. festivities, available presidential candidates. Utica Stanford Town Lots for Sale. buM-- e Dyche is the same boy who when about to made the run between the two cities, 921 Ike wision and complete the whole (N. Y.) Observer. hours. within the sixty days. By holding be treated to a boxing by his teacher for miles in twenty-eigh- t ,ow P'tf n'' m I ofer for aaln p't's''T L L. Locke, a traveling man from The bodie of DeLong and comr-dr- s Trry evening sessions each day from this on, w not knowing his lesson, tried to stave the rianatdr Inrua. Of Kit I'tM'TV or the lliinia Louisville, gave G. B Pollock, of Indian- 7 0II.Y l.W'IA Ik Hie North eaa complete the most important business thing off with the excuse that he had a were followed through the streets of th'ni are MMiilurd. More half apolis, who wns traveling with him, a load- city of third of mn t than I out I Houx. and a the wlihlna of the time now sore toe. New York by a long procession. Busines before us by the expiration of a iiitl" of Milking Extened cigar. The fire reached the explosive nuiurhr of llnui within drpol. racrlltnlly Xxed by the organic law of the State." We fr The statements of the burkera in the was suspended and flagi were flying in the intheclgar just wiien trie victim was ic Iho Junction lu iutiie- - ur hair healed JoitM at mlt perfectly agree with Mr. "Wood and if the late tragedy at Avondale place Dr. Cilly, harbor and over tLe city at half mast. . . . Itiut luilnl Fifty-on- e Mexican veterans attended front of it. the exploded powder, which ly Th;,p i,.tt sr ! trry W- -t m.l mo-- t tautlful- ToThelrBtotkof sane law that prevails in Virginia, that is, demonstrator of anatomy in the Ohio Medinl runtenlentl) uIk lur nlilfticM urn otTlike a skyrocket, completely and that members shall receive no compensn-tie- n ical College in a most unenviab'e position. the annual meeting at Cynthiana on the 22. went linn rr i oflrrrJ lor ,! In tikiifiinl, nj destroyed Mr Locke's eye- mt nrlre and trriuaru Mltli In ulire i In thr after the end of the constitutional ses- With all the facts in view it will be diffi- General Fry made an addrei and General permai.ently ixiwtr ol unr Imluttrlous nun to nciitr on- - of sight, beddes badly burning his f.tce. would thtm l,ir a hujlf. Lndram delivered an oration, after which sion, were applicable here, sixty days cult for him to convince the public mind They all irnt The Chesapeake it Ohio grnin elevator been otticd, the upon new itrrrU, which have lint And now suffice to complete the biieine. always liiuailot have tho Beit Stock in Cen Ut lu Moil that he is not toa great extentparfiMM cri'm- - a banquet was spread before the old heroe. recently finished at Newport News is one The anil la rich at any andKentuckyrtanfutil. of in tral Kentucky. Theyhavo Parlor The legislative committee to invriti-gat- e the lani liti letel at t require no grading and the Danville Adtocatc presents the best fnt The largest and most complete structures erj Uil well water can br had at a depth of froiu ond Bed Room 8eti, Carpet, the Eastern Kentucky Lunatic Asy- cf the to I'l The Chicago Xcws thin accounts for it: Un for getting the much nraded new of the kind in the country. The capacity 3U Ihey Iret told to none but white persona Cane and Penitentiary lum arrived at Lexington Sundav night. nl constitution we haVe seen. It is: That Elementary disturbances raured by two at nijrorHn-2A map of tin in i an 1,500,000 bushels, and the facilities for 1 1 Chain, Marble Top, 4 mo, 1 . I. Kit. II . .11Maliford, Ky. provide for submit- such planets as Murat Halttead and Dea- It consists of Senators Smith and Dixon handling thi enormous amount of grain Jfcts Legislature shall and Representatives Brents, Burnham and CentroStnnd&Ex- people, at the next general con Kichard Smith being in conjunction on ting to the are excellent. The C &0 has dure much Peake. tension Tablet, election in Auguetor November, the sin- the Commercial Gazette, may account for the The democratic testimony before the toward making Newport News the princiWoven Wine. Cot College. for cereals in the United gle question of whether it is their wish, Ohio floods of 1883 and 1SSI Senate committee investigating at New pal shipping tenTopandHairUat- dtsrecarding the provision of the present State. U pluming itself on having Orleans theallfged Mississippi outrages Cincinnati trenei. Folding Bed Lonn- llev Joreph I'uierr. a veteran minisconstitution, that aconventit n shnll be oil- beaten Baltimore in the contest for the contradicts the STAXFOIII, KY. g stories, re ffes, Beds fuCoti, Wardrobei ter of Cincinnati, Sunday preached the ed to frame a new or amend the old c imi- honor and profit of entertaining the he red by ignorant negroes and g and Sofai. and Everything Elto aflirni-Bti- r, over the remain of the three neral lermon tation. Should the vote be in the With a Full Corps of Teachers, Kept in a Firt-clai- s republicans democratic convention; the former having Furniture Store. near Avondale last persons murdered then the Legislature will feel itself received one vole, the latter, none. A substitute to the IJjnded Whisky week. He advocated the murder of the rhtt Institution wilt open It Thirteenth Keailoo instructed to make the necessary arrange, nintiln((-e- l Nui;iir B 11 has keen oflered for the c. nsideration oulheA! Monday in pteuilier ne it. LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. ciimira's, raying: "Their was a crime meals, and should the plan b adopted th'e of the Wats snd Mears Committee. It C3-- details can present no difficulty, The bill to define the marital rights of provides that the bonded period shall be which deserve! summary punishment, ALL TUT. bl.ANClIKH OV A without resort to court, br the citizens huband and wife has parsed the Senate. extended for a period not exceeding two . MKraMKina Tjie Frankfort Yocman has heretofore r i taking the law into their own hands." TH0R0UGHENGUSHC0URSE juage inn nai naa pamea in the years from the date the tax falls due, &eeo ao sweet on everybody and every-tUswere greeted wilh rhouts remarks incorporate the Lincoln Ar tautht, a wall u The Iowa Senate has parsed the pro These that we had about arrived at the House a bill to , Ky County Building and Savings Institution. hibitory bill by a vote of 35 to 13. The in which all joined , Cincinnati. O , act tr.dlas.Hla, MUBIC. TUG IjANOUAQEB. UItA,W-IN- O Umli.lllj-coaducion that its editors were the only rrV?h,"7'y ? N""' , Hi "n-'- . A Li.'.' . The bill to establish a branch peniten- bill defines "intoxicating" liquors to mean AND PAINTINO. r lacher, Vo A ei.-GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT Dr. truly gcod people living. But since l.i loltane, Iprlaht and Miuare llano Id. In Kortea Lancatter imj me with the aid of the Courier' Jour--m- f tiary at Edyville, Ljon county, passed by alcohol, ale, wine, beer, or any liquid Woods, . - ". .eihunln.r - ,,! ii.n.ni,. .... .'...U.. nauunieDiaauij at price and I elm. to tull law rpiritous, vinous or malt. No perron hall a vote of 58 to 27. A whipping-pos- t it for Public Printer, it is as crosa Ten shares ol stock in the National tKin't Ue jour ordera till you ,,l mantifactuie or keep for sale as a bever- IJjnV, of Lane iter, fold at $100 50, pubterm. a teething baby and as spiteful as a would have been more economical. In Tuition, price ran from IIS to A0 In th 123, InUrnifJIata frluiary, The house has paeed a bill to amend age any of the above liquors. regular t)epartmtnu. it formerly bereet towards the concern licly Monday. 130; i'reparatojy, ttO, and UllehlaU, loO. Gov. Knott has isrued a requisition 'wstabipped, kneeling at its feet. It has an act authorizing the county court of IVath has vmted our community & For ko had the temerity to jump with all its KockcaMle county to levy an additional asking the governor of Missouri that Tom again, csrrying oil the oldeet citizen in onr MUM.full particular, aa to floam, Ac.aJJre N. V. TKtlKllt'.AHT. PrlMClltMl. capitation and ad valorem tax to build a Allen, the prize fighter be delivered to Jtj, Unford. Lincoln weight on the poor, friendless Legislature, midst. "'Uncle Jack" Huflmsn dird at hi I.HI!HAXCK1 court-hous&s. the Kentucky authorities, to answer a twfeicn it boldly charges is doing worse than home in this rhce Friday morning, after The Senate passed the House bill to charge of prize fighting in 1870, when "he vetoing. Lord, vi hat a change does come SevenTirst-Olas- s two or three weeks, He was over Companies, authorize Wsyne county to levy an ad val- was arrested and placed under bonds, Wing ill rer our dreams sometime! old and up to the time of hisdealh 82 year orem tax to raise money for county purpos- which he afterwards forfeited. wns as active and vigorous a a man r f p0. 1 The S anford Interior Journal is one es and authorizing the county court to borline irnt'd the rmer Hotel In frati Orchard, excursion trains Special Mardi-Gra- i His remains wire in'ernd in the cemetery kbowu an he I aril lliuv, n nurd and rtfiirolih-e- l J. S,llll.llS,Aut.,.Htn1td of the ablest, sprightlieet, spiciest and row money for the same purposes. Saturday morning at the left Cincinnati II at,d roo-- e 10 tun It III tint rla-- a ilylr, t Fork Church, in thi- - county, Siturday independent newspapers in the State. amniluu to tramWnt etalom xaoat Senator Smith, of Louisville, will at same hour and minute one over the trateleia "III And apltndid nctiple iixirat f.,r lhedlptar ' their fro.- -l and T.B. Bro. Walton, will this notice entitle an early day introduce a bill to abolish the Louisville & Nashville and the other over afternoon. COO I About cttle on the market. Cspt. J iqualloaoy IIoum-- I the (riitral Kentucky. willwillalat to an exchange with your piper. Three present law establishing a railroad com Crescent route. It was to be a thouand I. M. Dunn handled 100 head. One lot cf i alio hate clia't,e of I lirry f tahle ami rtTA.NKOKD. CV, keep It u ,IIU wiiii lot noia and Due wara Parks Enterprise. No fir, it will not if mission and delegating their duties to the mile race between the trains. The L & turuoma 1 hu wiliw.1 Interine with wy about ceiil W. P. WALTON, . - Propriotor. jBtrely done for that. If you are not al- commissionors of the rinkirg fund, who are N., beat about ten hours, the C. S , being 10 brought $So J or head or pound, Another lot of 40 al 5j cent Furnitnre and Undertaken Trade, per ready receiving our paper the mailing to have a clerk. delajed. HUe of Mage.'JOiSO Another lot of 10 at Ailahallri tlriue to irep a lull line f Ihe Kl.ht cvm,.t. In Cirrollton, Gi., the sile of liquor r $42 50 per head. clerk is to blame, and a stick laid where In response to a resolution of inquiry tatln( taicty, lutludlnj tela of fOO. tkuoe at a.llery, $'-Milk cow Kurnltuf and thready the a'l lluiea Is Ileaaor.alile ralea to KMnl attraction.. lu other tapaeHy more the Auditor informed the Hou-- e that the was prohibited five years ago, and the ?I8 Eighteen head at " netlPf hi reMlcra Addrcw it will do the most good, will have to $50 The demand it. srt-riiK.s- Oichard Ky ai alora. effect than palaver. I tali amount of mon.v in the treasury at this amount of trade has increased from $200,-00- brought from 535 Jl Sim the cupply. I'ltij; hore IMCICIAS 84 is Of this $175,000 to $500,000, and there is not one mer- wm greater than The Mexican war Pension bill provide time $477,S.9 from $100 to $125 Mulcn from $5 to to the sinking fund and 302,59 8 J chant in thirty who would not rote against that every soldier, who terved as much as ;1)0 Great many cattle rolil priratelt This is rath- to the revenue fund. Mon of the latter be- the rtiiMtatement cf the traffic, on purely nt price" nnsinir. from 3J to 4 cent. At:c CO dajs shall have a pension. longs to the school fund. principles. Gecrgia hag eighty-(eve- n business er n innovation en the pension business. more cattle, unre beie liquor can not be tioneer Dunn reports counties Senator Biles, who is about the only THE INTEm0rT"j0URNAL bill pensioning soldiers of the late war, The buinew and a lager crod lhn ha been member of the legislature who had the had except in n feu of the larger towns. FOR $3.50. .weeping as it is,only provides for the ten yeaw, Mr. courage to refuse the railroad bribe of a The Democratic National Cotten'ion een here wiihin thi puyment ol thoe who were wounded or endeavered to increue the at- E. II. BUKNSIDE, "Without crlp or purae, er. The Mountain free paw, has presented a bill to prohibit will be held in Chicago. The vol's on the Dunn has otherwise disabled Should the proposed I Ktariiellil, (ieoiirolJ nan court" and feeln gratthe lllalory of railroad corporations "eiiini! or granting first ballot McoJ: Chicago 15, St. Louis 1 1 tractions at ('on.ecrate.1 IJfe. Ihe Itrfonl of It. MleM Thoufhta bill become a law, it is said that it will ified to ee hi efT.irta are appreciated. - Known and a Itook of lla I'uhtlr t'lleranrea " Oetaeo 1 free pafe to certain Stnte ( flicial and to Saratoga 5, Louirville 5, and Ciocinnaii This Old and Woll Jak $100,000,000 cut of the treasury first iiiiiu id oerelled bo.nl, and tlnli-- 1 cloth ft.W page., preveut the accepting ofiajie by rucb. per- Second billot: Chicsgi 19, St. Loui 17 rngraelnz of Hotol Still Maintains its Xllt motto on enter;.l.nl,,ri.Tlure,eelMarie, with Thejr are pelting pretty ick down in and last. i.orp.0 ltarn-of mapol High Roputation, sons or nfliciale. It wont paps, however, Saratoga 2. Third ballot: Chicago 21, St t,n;ori!i. of h&vtn a rai'roid comml"ton the ,n hp ,,on, tnJ j, I II j : JExCoKOHEfSMAN Tom Turner, of Mt Without lii-- free pass the cilice would hard-I- v Louis 17. June 24 was first agreed upon In the hack lly l,aee-- ol fc Imllna or eiatt ro- ANJ) dx rate' fir lailrnitd", and think uch pruliicllonalo and rolor ol Ink of Hi Steilinp, has won his suit against Col. I be worth having to the average Jeginla- - a the date, but it was afterward changd niattem enould not be left to be determined ln I in "0 J'T th htnue (it hiinaolfln hi liiacrio- laountain i.iuie, iiiutuatliM In a compact form Mi $90,000 worth of laud near 1 )r Johtaonfor to July 8th. The Tilden men and the ex by thecvprice or ignorarc of three wen Ui Proprietor is Determined that raun iniaia.,. I. . (omnlee h atory of the it Shall be Second to no Country .... .... The om Hi it tie appointed- - to consider Ccillicothe, Mo. Now if be will convert J.0 reveal tie trcme free traders fuvored St. Louis, the They are getting rick of ihe rame thing in Hotel in the State in it Fare, umi.it nature of th Krangel .1 and are lusde puli it into cash and use the money where it the expediency of extending the session be Payne, Randall and Birnuin Chicago. lie for the nrel time u this look Appointment!, or AttenThe Kail Kana, too. The Georgia Conimimioncr limit, now about h hlilory, Ihe will do the mostfc'ood he ran relegate John yond the tion to Comfort of There are astonishing reports of the annnoucrd a year auoa reduction on arxuii.entai.il all Ihe li Mlcal ..rg.. bearing on It Hi full It la a D.White to the rear in the approaching out, made a rrajority and a minority their Oueiti. that sbculd le In erery fury of the Southern cyclone. Two millrate to take effect on a certain date, Kentucky home, and should certainty be. owned The former signed by Senator Hal-larace for Congress. John ha been buying by erert ronrert utthvri" Harnea. The Irtok can stones weie moved one hundred feet. The and le'ore that date rescinded the order. I obtained bowheie elan fr Irai than fa.M recommended an extension till March b&rR was blown frcm trees and chickens By himrelf in but he can not see $90,000 ard will be romejed to aad from the da. special arrangement with the author, who ha?ln: Shipjerp had been l.o'diig back ftr the Iltricavr rbarita. Special accommnilalUa. free of 221 and the latter signed by J. M and birds were stri better. the teuioTtd to hew York, has Lrgly wt.Vliawn all go any of their feathers. to ConnnerrUllrmrlera. Tkr liar will rale. Krult, blockade; and then rheljok (fJoOl aud the alwt;i aappllrd talth the choice.! JonN Sherman owes it to his arty to Wood protested against an extension. The Twenty-twIktkmok JotaKAt (J) are oflered together for pereoi s were killed and forty fthippeia demanded that the ccnimirrfon hraMl.rir I Iqanr. and I Irara. theprlreofthe-Llfe- of llaru-a- " alone., the two hurt the outrageous murder of the family House amended the report by making the wounded in a space of three miles near At- ahnuld compel railroads to more in a few for 11.50. Address It . . V of eejroes by other negroes for the purpose extension indefinite and passed it Gl to 21, lanta. The town of Davitboro, in Georgia, da; the accumulation if weel-f-t Jul axaL, Stanford, Ky. ITloa Hail Trade Mark. M lilt W I .VN Nl'WI KIC, ofaelling their bodies to a medical institu- Judge Hill voting in the negative. The was destroyed. Twenty-thre- e dead bodies roada, Kotili anower pplicatiune for rjxe-ijtf&V iTho (Jrrnt Knirllsli Itoiuedj, But he wont do it. It Senate refused to concur in the resolution have been found in Richmond county, N tion, investigated. DANVILLE the commifion fixed rates by Hi cot happen in the solid South, but in Fridar, but ou a motion to reconsider it C. The rtorm broke so suddenly that the rati All the railroads haTe to do In I. a oIiIti) cure for Weak Memory of llraln Tower, Kerou lovely Cincinnati and therefore it is all went through like a flash Saturday; Itigney people did not have time to escape from to strictly follow order. inch cae Kxbauttlon, Heinlnal Weaknnaa, besides he is too bucy trying to make Totingforit. So the eeadon i indefinitely their houses, At midnight the sky was a right, liiifiolenry. and liaa of That give the commi'ion all the rope, Cower ul the CienerallTe UrRani, political capital out of the Danville affair. extended, the more's the pity. . a mttt all ill.,... Ih.l C.klM, dazzling led. they need to hang ihcuixelre with. Beioro HKIIJ. quenco ol youthful Imprudence oi There is only tne member ot the NaNOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Morsk, author of the unfortu-sa- t luktiiriil jeara, audi Tea,!,. Murk. 8ixu the laceniil MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. a InlTcrvil Ij.u,le, rain In tho tional House Committee ou Education that ''Passion Play," drowned himself in , OtiuncM of Vliion, I'reiua-lur- e The Louisville & Nashville's new Ike is tppored to the till to extend Federal aid Managed by Jno. B. Fish Old A ne and mjiiy ntrerdli. the East River, New York. He had sunk to Owensboro, Ky., is completed. Manufscturere of The Chrintian church at thin place La eaet that lead to Inanity or ejon- to the cause ol education, and he is"Mr aJargeaum of money in the play and its of Secretary Folger has called in $10,000,-00- 0 Aiken, of South Carolina. He takes the been presented with a handHome bible by aiiiuiitlon In all ce acta houiltta like WeakntMilid Doorv, Niihli, miiMlN, lVliulow repeated failure drove him to hid death. loa cent-- , due May 1, more three-pe- r Willinma PIIh jopnn, .iacRie charm mtorlnjhe .or fulliu view that education is a subject to be dealt K,T,nif ,0 Lmilarit 0Ti Perhaps this is a fitting ending of a life love-ricA girl, Miss Ella Whilmore, eritli by the StateB feverally and not by the Adams and Ida Adams. and aparkllng Uauty, to the eheel, -wiMe sole aim seemed to be to make of Galena, O , took rat poison and died, and Vour rriimi'H, Mold ' ' oU hy Aftarlaklflg. Ihompcon tiai Dougbt a fm will make a minority report. nation. IIo J.J. nosey out of a representation of the death Druuulitaat Uniontown, Ky., reports a loss of $150,-00- 0 The committeo intends to ask the Houe to from M. C. Owens containing 120 acre tl ier package, or lx packan for is. Alao hy and suffering of the Lord Jesus Christ. Iurh, h'croll Siur wall, portage fiee, on revelptof iirlcu, , by flood, and makes an appeal for u on in pamphlet, id apart a certain day for the consideration for 5000. This farm town. the Caeey road earKull particular ,L,.,.!,"!f.V:. which will t ' aid. Those who have been hugging the loud "' cou" .U n u i. ,v W , ...j The Virginia Senate and House pars- of the bill which appropriates $10,000,000 about ix mile from M.UM.1 n.aw.iB ... ,.,U'ork.Turn- . if. .tm i:n 'delusion to their breasta that the greenback Dr. W. P. McKee and Wm. M. Weber I itInblaiifurd by ii m. , A. li , im iron, Alien for the first year after its parsage and $1,- ed the redisricting bill over the Govern, I'cnny McAlliler and all party had ceased from troubling and naa or veto. 000,000 le3 each eucceeding year, the Ust returned from Floilda Tuetday. liath Urulata ererywbere. Iiir I.athu WorK, eternally at rest, are destined to a sad themxelf as being highly plead exprer Six oiurdeiers were received at the appropriation to be one of $1,000,000. reality. A call has wakening to a sadder with thai otate. Mr. Weber purchased Three negroes are under arrest In Columbus, O , penitentiary from Defiance Flooring, Ceiling, Wcutlf Twice a Week. $1.25. been issned for a convention of the alleged county in one batch. far klilim? a whole family of ne gome unimproved land for the purpose of $1.25. no purchase. party to meet at Indianapolis, . May 28th, EJward Scott, of Nahville, was shot groes and celling their bodice to a medical f p'culatlng; Dr. McKee made (trlioiirdini, DrcHMvd laimlicr, to nominate candidates for President and and killed by Frank McNairy, cne of the men, has They were ahent three weeks and visited j Tfl0 Best Newsiest and Cheapest of Cincin- institution. Ingalls, , Newspaper in the South of tho State. The ther-And othe- rnati, at the L. & N. Short Line Junction. mado a full confession. He fays the Tay- various jiortions .Am enterprise is on foot for diverting tho The two men had never met before and lor family were murdered by Johnion with mometer tood from 70 to 80, quite a Semi-Week- ly Ohio river from its prestnt channel and McNairy claims that the shot was acci a locust clcb, whilo ,he stood ouUide the difference from thin climate. family had not yet gone to Newport and dental. cabin. The soakingg it to run back of McKoterti A Stigg are the agents for Parlllon KTerybody alien d take It, It rIyci the laleit The losres direct and indirect by the bed and Johnson atruck first at one aud bkln Cure, Taptllon Catarrh Cure, l'apllloa Cough Covington. This is probably a dodge of week-lir- a rewi daja In adraDceof the Also Dealeraln- and fjrleaa money It la DKMOl'llATIC. hut Ike ichool book publishers to supersede fl. od to the railroads centering in Cincin then another, until all were dead. The Cure and fLIn Cure, which are rcuiidk of aupcrlor they are ticellaut, at the tame time INIUM'KNDENT in polillca. It to the Ohio Medical merit, tke old atlases and get out a new edition. nati is eotlmaUd at $300,000 Business bodies had been fold contain the lieil new. summary; the heat reading 8croluU, Tetter, Itoae-raimatter; the brit idltorlala and the best market men find their actual damage small, hut College durirg the afternoon preceding the Nettle-raaBranny-lette- r, Lichen, fur only 81, 20 per year. orts-all "We notice in the Richmond Degitt rthat ! speak of large losses from the suspension of killing and Kxpretrman Dickfon engaged r, Shlnc'ei and all dlaeaaeiola !k democrats of Owsley county have in Bond for Spoolmon Copies. made a acrofuloui nature are cured by bulbing tliedlneiMd business. to bring them in. Johnstn has instructed their chair--wa- a awetisg Call on ua or writ for prlcea A party of fifteen raftmen while re- partial confefrion. Dr. Cilley, at the pre- ikln with rapll!on SklnCurc. For tale by Erery farmer, eery meichant, erery trader must Ve keep a largo to declare the county a unit for A Staig. lure it. Subscribe at oncei atock and will do our beat to please you In price turning from LIckirg River to their homes liminary examination identified both the Remember, you get 104 papora and dou-lJames B McCreary for Congress, the and quality of material. No remedy for Catarrh hn met with tuch rue- in Magoffin county, Ky,, became involved nrisonerB us the men from whom be pur reudlnir matter glrenhyan ordinary weekly, I'apillcn Catarrh Cure; it never fa I la and. lor (I. UR and It cornea to jou twice a were held on cecaai ' Chicago baa won the two gnat in a drunken fight, Elijah Le was shut chased the bodl's and they wrrli llnud the luouey lo our agent In doe It duty thoroughly not by relle'Itig tempo nA.snr.LE a co uniy. or renin uirecltnus. contentions, and is now negotiating dead and smothers were more or less se- three charges of murder. The expressman rarlly, but by CJiIog permanently. It doci not Addreas TUIS LOUIbVII.LK I'OiT. mart cr Irritate. For rale by McRoVerta A Stifg. riously stabbed. 21B.tJ form troupe of negro minstrels was btld In thefum of $2,000 as a wilnew IxtulsTllle, Ky. jBtnd-SSScthls $nicrior$ournaI WOltOJiJON i 1 For Sale Privately a liliip-Krarr it at y il m rnn-mlt- nt eti-v- ENTERPRISE Grocery. Kentucky, sub-sectio- ts ctr-ryin- &E0. D. BURDETT db CO., ii IK-i- two-lhli- .. ... per-eo- ... I I Lniely been sive Additions -- -- FnsxtStiiisS 1 Stanford Female blood-curdlin- office-holdin- t Price. JEL. K tl "Wcvtors "'f a a I. Iff. Ilaldiviii A Co., rie. Tornado lat TERMS MODERATE. ,. Fire, Lightning l,. NTKPHKKH JIOUN; (If-luCoin-uienl- J LOWEST HATES1 ll-V- is .. ' OPERA HOUSE, - t- -t 0 j. . MYERS HOTEL, LifoofGco.O.ttari.os STANFORD. KY. Propr !t aul-he- ,,., i l. r,.uinn. ifi i cot-to- rd o her e, f,V, al 1 w5 PLANING MSLL COMPANY -- li.-K- I mm jirK-dl- c ; ""' '"' U""" I "tiZXr.?' m . I 1 i.OO-ly- rJ Lin-lnns- ti Vke-Prcsiden- The Post. Building Material Fanning Lumber aclasis J ! fc'cald-hia- d, h, Falie-meaal- ei, rep- Red-gu- e j presi-cSmI- mill Danrllle, Ky. SroMfittcchlfi 3nlerioronrnaI Stanford, Ky., February 20, 1884 LOCAL NOTICES. I 1 I i i t -- Bdy PaijT8 of Fenny A McAlister. Nick stook of birthday enrd at Penny A McAl inter'. Jon. IIaab Hob Cholera Cure. Penny A McAlister ole aj;ent. IIiianu new Hlock of every thinir in tlie jewelry lineal Penny A McAlister's. Watciiw, Clocks anil Jewelry repaired LAND. STOCK AND CROP. and warranted by Penny A McAlister. CoMMiJuioNKii J. M Philip ha receivFoil coi'kHk, cold, Ac, Use Compound For Sale, $50 worth of Fodder. J. II. cent, of the school money due Hyrup White Pine. Put up 'n 2oc aud 60r ed 00 per ' Miller, Stanford. sue iuc. icuotert ot districts reported to loth February. Trial bottle. John IJrlght bought of J. M. Keid 6 Tun L. A N Irani to Louisville i never stuck" of hey at $20. PERSONAL. on time. Yesterdny it m ntarer it lhan Two Gale Chilled plow at a bargain Henhy Haugiiman U down with usual, only 7 hour and 15 minute late. Mu. to close out. T. It, Walton, corner Main the rheumatim. Wr. harn that Mr. V. II. Collier ha en. and Somerset street. Miw Li7JUE Mooun, of Mercer, I II. N. Ware sold two more building tlrely recovered from the opeiation of visiting Mr. H. C. Ituplr. performed on him by Dr. Carjienler. lots at the Junction, one to G. M. Payne Mn. K. It. Ciikkault returned from a m and the other to I. S. Hamilton at 100 Sunday. flyinc titp to Twenty kivi: emigrant to,Kna and (nch Mil, W. 0. McKlNNEV, of Richmond, Missouri left the Waynesburg district lat Fob Sami 10 springer cow, 60 spent Sunday with hi parent. week. They included Padgett, Bill, Hey. calve, 4 yoke of work cattle, 100 mounMl.. IlM.I.K ClIKNAUI.T, of Louisville. nolds, Ac. tain ewe, bred by southdown buck. B. iii visiting the fimlly of Mr. P.. V. Given. O. Go er, Stanford. Oeorge S Floyd, of the Death Mu 11. K. Bakkow has Rone to Mt. Waynexburg neighborhood, died last week C. Vanoy sold to a Shelbyville party Sterling to dispose of hi firm in that vihound for $25. For fear of pneumonia. He If are n wife and ix a cinity. of Ciplain Powell we will rot make any small children. Mim Miuxici) Lr.wis has rouc to comment s in a previous occurrence. Tin: Kindeis. Yaughtanl Steve Coppae I'arksvlllc to sec htraunt, Mr. Marshall, The firt sale of lamb reported thi were each indicted by the U. S. Court at season I by Henry N. Ware to Pence A who I III. All are in Lynn, Mim Maikiik IIauiu. ha returned Iii!vllle fur counterfeiting. to the who take hi lot from the ha Iwtti fcr jail there awaiting tril. from Ijtiisville, where she 15th of June, at $3 50 per head all around, evrral month'. May whenl droped down a tent and I HAVE received n full lire of cloth and CROWS SMUGGLER Mim Am.ii: Kino, of Ciab Orchard, cissimerrs and am now ready fjr the n quarter in Chicg, and the feeling hse Pennington spring trad. C.ll and examine goods become bearish. Eighty-cen- t Sabra wheat is la a dark mthcgooy Ujr liore, foali-- June Hth, l.a been visiting MI 10 tm.di hlb. high Kyle and K'xxlat all again talked of The shnrtsge In the hoc Issii.Tull for several day. and style. H. l lltipley, the Tailor. iluu ol tbo world, tlie renowni-i- l SmI(,oi.h; Mu. I! W. liiir.cn i back from thf crop will amount to 525 000. Ittdain by Maiulirlnu Mtarlbt: 2d Tin: time oln good manv of our (Ireen Bildwln A Womack sold Friday to W daul by OIlTti, Sd daui by V, West on a visit to hi friend. John UU daiij, Hel expires Much 1st Thine who en i.uifii, vj iiu p. iranuj, om uam, Kell ha liecn bck siveral week. II. Smith seven mule 14 hand for (iuIudk ly 'lliuratou'a Riller, Uibdam, Vixen by ish to continue the paper and save 50 e Mil. J. T. Haiiris wi the only Kli Turner sold lat week to an A Is. Imp. TrahlRer, Tlu daai, N ttleUiii by Imp. Sspr.al KKle, lh dam l.y ohark, 9tlidru by Imp. rent will do well to call on Monday, bun trader one of mule, 15 Janui. Tnui we hate all Hie from Lincoln at the meeting of tlemtnls- -a day, and Fettle. county court highest type ul tiotticp. parhands, 3 years, for $125 jwr head. Bild-wi- n eonibiuatluiiuttli bled blooj. Tlierilore (.row' the.Mexion velersn at C'ynthiana. ing and thorough cedy a well A Womack sold in Atlanta, Ga , last Bumpier etiueuuy niuit produce JuwinJ. II Dhn.vi, of I.xiiiKton, Ham. was mi Htltirday fined In J ii Ihe lilgoot tjpecf ciuldtipi Iioim-i- . IIli atrn and Mr. M. C. Thurmsn, of Danville, were j c,jnK com. $10 10 for drawing a knife on week 22 mules, 15 to 15 hands, 1 to 7 could 'rot lietter tbn i II and pace batter than buiugglo'a record it; utber among our pleant caller lst week. Marl Smith some lime i:o. The maishal vcar, for $1 10 around; to D J. Phillipi 10 living alallioni; The latitatmitt ibt cf all 2,15'..,, Oral brat lime, 14 hands, 4 to C yar,fcr ftattai vcood beat time, It: 17; fuiteit third heat S C.ThUKHEAKTand Miss Dona iMll,e(j Miw i, him to but a friend came mules from 14 to HMt-i-t .' I9'4, hit. time, 2 fuiinli beat Bowling (ren Democrat. eilCf.h beat lime, 2.I7',. He lime, Uuldiinltb Hamilton have returned from a meeting or t0 i,, ttrctlf tnd went hi security $121 per hed. beat Maid un ber merit at Cirte'and. Ublu, Cuunder-lu- g Nash-the Women' Missionary Scciety at ibit tbl vat a c 'iuvtiig race dtiperutely DANVILLE. BOTLE COUNTT. ... It is reported en pretlr g'Kid authority juiieyiil Ld loujbt Iroui beginning to eiid, won illiuu Utora ibowu, but etcry adtantago taken L A N. will at an (arly dale DP' .1 i PiTituK. ihe clever ,d-- 1 that the In the cise of the Commonwealth v. to drfat ciiiuggler, It itsndi terond to no triumph 1 I.eteUin the consiruction of a rxilroid from Sam Wilkerson chargtd with malicious etrr woj ou tha trotting turr Heitnd tbegrrit hj.i MrU'mU nigrlm that wn aobl lor JI3.W.0. alw the fjil Cumberland at cither of the KiuuUi irr.tiifiriL- - for the coming of! London, Ky . through the cutting the jury failed to agree, on Mon- ktldlDg, Hawthorne tamily midta pacing rnord ol S will give it day. anddrlter flap to Abingdon, Va , which hi show weianiEg io.i udiii louug rocanoniaa irontu m. naios, jonn a mile In 2: lb and a half mile In (Jen. H. S fry.Uapl. Another Ml Mattie Finnem.. of IincaMcr, the shonest rcule ficm Louisville to tie Nelson Prcwitt nd Wm. Piewitt, of this ol the great family,, btrldeawajr, tret en three cun- more. v i.;w ana rju-'jMm. Mry Broaddus and Mr. Mlldnd provirg ncuiive neau idz-ivre- - roncluiltrly that uo other lainlly it burnt a bate 'TllEAcalemv of Music was pecked to county, altendtd the Mexicau soldier Bjrry, of Madison, are the guest of Mrr. hown aoiuucbrptet aud woudcrful endurance. week. It l ule to presume j the doors T. Tyrec. lat evening, when Hoberl Mc union t Cyn'.hiina wlastplayi d at the Opera ability neter nppeais hat luch angret performing inheritance, and without Lynnert "Est Mr.T. L.CIIOW will oflVr the (trrlcta of young TilK'S'lne Old Maids" surprised their Wo le, began a brief enpazemvnt as Kip House Saturday night to a rather thin house aniugglerat the low price of 81.1. Gentlemen, In- - Van Winkle, the Vagabond of the Ca's. pianist, Mrs L. F. Huffman, by present-, peel the borte, lntettlgite Robt McWade yu will prououoce hlin tuk the blooi line- and lxjmiki iiorsk. ing her with a beautiful and costly hntl- - kill. For Ter Mr McWade' Imper by Mr. Guinne' troupe. at the Opera House I hate the only colt of CHOW'S SMl'OOLr.R onalion cf the character of Kip ha been a Kip Vn Winkle painted mirror. ret. Mid coll lia gxt one, w fold la.il May: on Friday. 20th. Kvehy time Dr. J. Ii. Oaaley gow to considered one of the ttindard dramatic goi-- i all Mr W S. Downtcn is a candidate for and tot tbe gain ttou, inci and raiki tery tail the running wtlk to rtrlection. louisvllle bis title i charged. First it creations of the age. It bring nut more V. I). A'.uaioilT. b U, liM. will be an inCol. ami it is expected that clearly than any other the pathos aud town marshal. If elided he wa Hon , next dependent, ftarless rflicer, oi.e who can he will be promotid to General on his next beauty of the tcrr, whic'i Ameriein SEN UlVKHTISKBlI.NTS. and who will di vilt. cept as their own delightful Irgen I." Chi the duties of the office P Mirkay, editor ot that Mu Jons charge them without fear or favor. cago News. s'.erling japr, the XtitvH l!tvrd, washeie Mr. Cha. W. Metcalf editor of tl e It his b, en sucgrsted that an importsnt Jessamine Journof Courier wa in town on yesterdaT, having run up from Junction of the corn husking festivities was black ncie. A dark red, it, rr, City, whtre he came to get his wife fely purl the 221 and the day following. Hor. L'beral reward for his return to with me. her Southern home. omitted In the article in last number. The Burr Harrison, of Lebanon, wa in attens'.trted on her trip to 25i- T. J. II II. I., Stanlord. Tin: fate eem to be glmt Joe omission was intentional. In the husking dance at Circuit Ccurt en Monday. of the New England States, where the crup Urime., at Elir.belhtown.for hardly had A lepyar party given by Mi.r p.ruci Ur'. Iwnd lor of every stiteh " he recovered from the Nannie and Mary Fisher at "Highland Coiily seited in pairs and comfort- Of hi. clothing by fire, before the mrasle. Pled. II me" on Thursday night wes largely atviji.1i s My shelters! there wa ample opportuni- - tended and ws n mrst erjoyable affair. clulmwlhiiu fcr iurnwn wA he i now ty fnrinteicliange of sentiment; and when Misj j',H. Hotel, now oic ipu-I'ndertlieM Apjj'i wrestling wiih that dlsagrcwble and Alma Crsig and Mr. Will Givtre foHun encugh to find the ii:.Mn. guests, all of whrm K. Wearen. Call on or addreu titnei dncrr..u. in receiving the n ''ml ear" of com his riglit to kis was II i:xu Y II A V(i II. M A .V, r spjieired in full evening co'tntne Abnit Or .11. ('. 1'OltTMAA. LOCAL HATTERS. f,,Hy otablihed and the penalty demurely eighty ladirn and gentlemen were present. .lid, Of course thi fetturu did not apFkech Fish this (miung at S. S. Mjers'. A recent visit to Jnnction City di. ply to the bilsterou Kentucky frolic. closed the fact that the people are wide- Hiut for Oliver Plow at W. II Steel TiiEGuinne A Abbey Comiiany gTe a awake and determined to build a town in: it oRDAiNr.D iiy thi: city council Hlgglns'. or bTiM'ORti Incy nisi lit. Thai It ihall If ui.Uf..I for toy person to where the two road meet fine letdition of "Etst and Look at our standing advertisement in Terr '.red in any Imuss i I.ynr.e'' at the Opera Hou'e, Fiiday night, show an inclination to manage their local lei than filly iouihIh of lie tliy at onetime riiii ndr mine this Imuc. Bright A Curran. iel ol a tlo'atlun and the audience was mere than pleased. atluir to suit tbemsilyes, not to suit other t ;d. Tlut ny roii ate do iLltOrilltianceai.all ! tine CiSNi:i)giod of every variety at bot- Mtr Armoiid. who ttkes the dual rcie ot people. Your cornspendint i indtbted an nor in .ie than tetity 3e lett lhanlor cue dullnrt 'Lady Isabel ar.d Madame Vine, U an c to Mr. Trlbble, the host of that excellent uftente.Tlilt ordlnsrcs jIikII taViMlT ct from Its 5'ctcilf A Owsley. tom figims. Xd. trens of decided Hccomtilishmeiit and her hotel the Trlbble House, for ubtnntil J.XO..I. JlcitOJIKUTN, !KJ-- t City Clerk. The K C. agent are ordered to report presentation of both character was very courtesies. r after Ma'ch lt, to the C A O. hialquai-tepleasing. Mr. Guinneis' Fir Frnncia Lev- Mr. M. 1. Kblison on Friday sold at Klchmond wa a capital conception of the psrt her place in Garrard county, known ns ion Having secured a reduction in freight, and a strong purtrayal cf a character Inch i "Camp Dick Hobimon," to her neighbor-- , bread r.sver receive sympathy from an audierce. Meiis Len Hudson hikI Jliouias Ailams, W. M. ItOOUKS ano MAIIY A. mOItE:. Ill I will hereafter sell the best baker' I'KTIT.ON E AKTIK. WlFK. aUtx.lr.av(for 25c S. S. Mycr. Mrs. lleley' Mi(onie was gord.in fict for $5,000. There were a lit'le over forty M t'onrea and Vntli It herrhr civ good dwelling. An Mary A. IKiorn, liU wl pe inttn!rl ihelr Joint aam ere well sustained and acre in the tract, aNoa Drri'TY Sheriff J. M. Johnson was all the character pratiue Ion in the l.lmoln itiilt Impression got afloat that Mr. John O Fee, ll a liberal patron is deserting of Court to eniower said 'Isry A. I ocna to ure, enknocked off hi horse by a limb which hung the troupe Ilefore the curtain rose on the final of llerea. Madison county, wg about to joy, atll tl conve- -f I ir her own (vent, any r tr niijui-elow over the road and had two of Li ue num mif prcpf riy ano may act, Mr. Guinnes stepped before it and af- purchase the property aud net upon it claim or debit of her ii.ihDl; lo nik. - ilracts, SUA ami 1m rued aa a uln.i v.nsi VII In iImm ' ter thanking the audience f r coming out an institute for the education of American of her prop rty by will or the punnd drinntin. lie set Ceti "Mk MoWade's actin inch a miserable night, took occasion to citiun of African descent. Hence, per- ibote tnentloneJ are prayed lor,ISI, of will Court. said for hearing at the March term. Hon o' Hip Van Winkle, in ila entirety, score it to the Harrodsburg people, whose haps the purchase. M It A I I.V t , Clerk. J. W superior to any we have ever reen." The annual 'Twenty Second Hop" at taste seemed to run more In the direction New York Hfralik of female ruimtrel and other dlmcputable the Opera House Friday night wa largely a complete succees in ns February i we give our read-e- r shows than to the legitimate drama and de attended and wa Shout nine edition of the paper for the month. cent troupes Howefcr that may be, wo everyway. Eichhorn, of Louisville, fur ITTLE Among those pr sent It has been 2S year since it had five Fri- can say that we neter did business with a nistied the mti-ibefore and the like will not occur ti.ilghter manager, nor has a more Indy- - who danced were Missi Fannie Gretn and day Ettie Hughes, of Louisville; Stella and Le- again till 11'2 1, forty year hence. like and genlVmaiily troupe visited u. l.t Markbury, Lancastei; ltussie and Lucie MARRIAGES. The event of the season in theatrical Hill, Lexington; Sallie Cook and Bessie will be tho appearance of the distinguished Ella Marimon, Ella A widow with f jtir children married Drye, Hutonville; actor, Hsbt. McWade, at the Opera House a widower in the proud Vcsession of eight Haydon, Harrodsburg; Mr. W. L. Welsh, next Friday night, in hi celebrated creain Mercer the other d7- - How that for a Mis'e Lirzls Metcalfe, Alice and Lee tion of Kip Van Winkle. Admiion 25, Sallie Fugleman, Fsnuie Philips, BIclc Headache and relievo all tho tronblc g !ncl-d- r good start in lift? it to a bilious state of tho sy turn, auih as 50 and 75 cent. Sell can be secured at SoDlttrcaa after eatirg, Mr. G It. Vaught,n widower for the Lutie and Mattie Duke, Nannie and their moat the Utter price at McKobert A Stagg'a. McAlister, Laura imi- in ihnRiiV. r. Whllii In curing ruoark-third time and one en whose head the phie Bright, Jennie i'je auccci ho been thown Ida Twidwcll and Mamie Dunn, of Casey county, snow of C3 vinter have fallen, wrt marGuest, The people of Liberty, U. P. ried on the 2lth to Mr, lhsha Stanley, a Danville; Mr. J. K. Sumrall, Mr. are said to be Htill daze by the terror Cecil, Mr. and Mr. W. 8. Kowlaiul, Mta during the lato cyclone. The widow, fair and fifty. Carter'sLIttlc Liver Sillie Bright, Mr. J. W. Guest, Mis Mary nradache.yctt'outllputlon, curing Pill, aw eqnal'.y story of their j II having been blown bodiand prcvmt.es vJuahlo in RELIGIOUS. Irvine, Mis Mattie Gentry, Mif Celia thla annoying complaint, whllo they nlao correct of their hotel i ly through the window Mis .May all disorder of Iho stomach, stimulate tho liver The Baptict revival at Djwling Green Groesbeck, Mis Coin Bsndidge, and regulate tho bowels. Even if they only cured also contradicted. It ha been demonstraJohnted by actual measurement that no window continue with growing interest with 37 ad- McGrorty and Mr. and Mr. Tho. son were present a spectator. The report. in town U large enough by several inches dition at who patlicipattd were Mesara. II is wanted it pawage. Tho report that A sprightly joung preacher to admit of S. Ache they would be almostprlcclcs to that who George Stone had hi hg broken i also on a circuit in the Lexington District. A W. Evan, L. S. Logan, J. W. Guest, Jr., luflVr from thla distressing complaint; but C. Owen, B. Tittering, W. their coodneaseloea not cud hete.ana tnoto denied, single ninn with the proper crclential J. Harlan, C. valu-abl vho onco try them will find thcao littler-Il-be wUUig Middle-burT. Guest, Simuel Hickman, Basil Gucat, insoroanyway that they will riot Building and should addre J. S Taj lor, P. E, The shareholder of the them. Hut after all sick bead Cinclnna'I B G. Boyle, W. H. Brlgg, Louis Dill ode, to do without Carey, county, Ky. Loan Association met Saturday night and It. Down', J. W. Kennedy, Samuel TodJ.J. e!c:ledJ, 8 Hughe temporary chairman New. Journal. T. JI O'Connell, W. P.Vaughn, F. T The nefc Baptist churc is about Owing to and J. J- McKobert secretary. W.D. Moore, William Welsh, Walk.r Iathebaceofsomany live that here Is where we Sunday and will be dedicated next the fact that the charter had passed but one C nie oar great L,U Our pill cure It whUo ttt 11 A. M with a sermon by that rising Fry, Speed Fry, W. W. Wiseman, J. House, no legal organization could be A. Holland, Carioll other do not. . Carter's Little Llrcr nil are very small and Itev. II, Allen Tup-per- Fleece, W. Weeks, J. made and after u discussion of the plan of young pulpit orator, mao uvtv. Ono cr Frank Held, W. F. Limbert. E. W. rerr catr to takev vece tabletwo puia not and do In our next we will" give a descrip- Held, e Then ara ttrlctlv operation and tho appointment of a action please all who hich is expected to Shanklin, Charles WMetcalf.C. W. Lewis, purge, but by their Fmtle of the cSnrrh, uaathem, InMalts!icrntit flyo forfl. Bold to obtain further subscription and tion have the last finishir-- touches by Wednes- N. Vaughn, It. Bernman, Edward oung by Crugguttacvuy where, or tent by mall. another to fix thu date and place for the CAItTEU MEDICINE CO., New York. nl Joseph Gradley. day at the latest. text meeting, the body adjourned. m litli-otom- y The annual meeting of the Southern Methodist Church Extension Hoard will begin at Louisville, Ky , March 27. Nick fruit mill cuidie. Metcalf & The Louisville CentennM Htptbt Osrsley. church revival ha cloed with twenty-fiv- e TlitliTKfN pounds of Kood New Orleans additions, In tho past twenty one mouth sugar for $1 at T. K. Walton'. 113 have joined, ii lie. J. M. Hruce request that all the Comb and see our display of agricultural member of Baptist church meet at the Cur-ra- n. implement when in town. Height A new building at 10:30 Falurday morning. " He also nsk tht those who have not paid arid Immigration firm Tiik Heal their subscription will do so at their earof Franci A Miller ha dissolved, Mr. liest convenience. Miller retaining tho bualnes here Ufst nickel cIkht iti town. Meter. If & HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. g signing a paper lor u railroad ap reconi-mendin- s PLOWS! PLOWS ! PLOWS ! THE largest stock of Plows ever brought to Stanford. Sole Agents for the South Bend Chilled Plows, that took 1st premium in your own neighborhood, the Osrsley. Everybody I i D.in Miller i Kus, well-traine- d lt (ointment. Iho HuHlonville town marshal ha resigned hi office and tho corporation will have to take care of itself. Tho torm of lat week passed over or arouud till place without doing any damage. It wa not violent enough to disturb the sensitivity of the telephone The dog made a raid on J. W. Allen' sheep on Friday night and made considerable havoc Ilia the old storv doira vs. aheep. Both can not flourish in the same neighborhood, Misse Sallie Cook and Bessie Drye with Jas.Cook and Carroll B. Keid, procured each a little hatchet and proceded to Danville on the 221 to assist in doing honor to the memory of the late George Washington. Businei of every kind seem to be enjoying a season of unusual dtillne-The merchants are just in the paure which intervene hetwten the winter ami spring trades. Fsrmer are grurublinely wailine for the ground to get dry enough to plow. Trader cin't find much stock in onditkn for market. Grazier are a little afraid to buy until the ix week of the prophetic ground hey shall have expired. The clatter of the uiiil h been (or the last ien uajrr. 4oi even a pnspective marriage appinr or. the horizm; arid stranger than all, theie ha not been a birth rejort ed during a of two ot three days. liin-he- rs il-7-- 50. repre-entativ- car-loa- d dlrl fit jil 1 fr r, r ... l' , j Louisville Exposition, over 29 different plows. Oliver included. Also sole agents for the best steel plow in the world, The Old Heli-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 uiover ana seea uats. vv e carry the largest and most complete stock at the "lowest living prices" of any firm in Stanford. c- BRIGHT k CURRAN ? fsle For Rent! tori: ii:siic koom re- rln as-it- WET NOT Go where only one price is charg ed for goods and that CITV KIIVAJVCE. un ft i ! j it pas-ta- la.Eicolii Circuit Court. THE LOWEST LUG PRICE, iiii - ti- , -- 27-t Where liberal buyers can get goods just as cheap as those who "Jew" and a child is posted persons? That place you will find to be the store of oar- O'fnns: a..kj ralrltoi.. niirl lipf.f.Aiv hjwji. teltxxxu ne v j. x.. u . iva-av- t CARTERS PILLS. s:iven as s:ood c. I -i IVER CURE 1 SICK lt gen-t'eui- HEAD ACHE fortu-tiau- lv le Lo-ga- com-plet- Who makes a specialty of retail prices on Groceries, Provisions, Confectioneries, Hard ware, Glassware, Queens ware, Tinware, &c.,&c, f 1. WilW , com-mitte- Corner Main & Somerset Sts., Stanford, Ky. t - :orir v- -t Htomsiimr, "Sumn'of She Kind." The lips of Lenore quivered as she lilted you come, tired a usual," ex. "Oh, here her eves to his face. j. w. dsown, six m. nuRDerr. "Arthur," she whispered, "I love you to- claimed Mrs. Snapper, ns her lord, full as a a brown, ntmoBTr at 2 o'clock in In Sheep, Rimliaml Turkoy Bindlngt. night as 1 never did before, and oh, I am so tick, entered their .a' C 1 1 X 13 V H A.'L" n. .V February 20, 1884 happjl" the morning: 'it's h pity you didn't stay OF ALL Stanford. Ky., ISMyr WrBSTFJy?yjrf MT. VK11NON, KY. out all night, then maybe you'd got home m.WIA.I Suddenly merry voices rang on the J rUMBMCrSfv"Jv" i AI,BX. ANDEnaON, and a Juliet, a buccaneerand and In- sober " LOVE'S .TRIUMPH. jDICTI0NAfyJsL'PeLtmT$& "All ri duckie darlin'. Go back 'fu ATTOUNKY A.'i' L.AW(-DANVILLdian princess appeared on the balcony, ? Lee-no"Leonore, you urlj !o not think of KY., shay so." holding their masks in their hands. Will practltatn the Courts of llojruil sJlolnlni You'll get to the ball thiaSi. Valentine' evening "No you wont, neither. P03 MAN AND BEAST. and Arthur had resumed theirs. couutllt snJ in the Court of Apcenli. THE STANDARD. we not know?, and-h- ad to hid. The whole city g1 atfll AVcJiatcr It has 1 18,000 Wnr la 'It is unmasking hoin and I must see right suppoo. Got one of your ubiuI excusFor morn thnn a thlnl on onnliin? Hin I . .. . ...... ...w vJTJLAJL home?". 3000 riiKrnvliiKa, an. I a Neu II. FI8II. Been detained with a cusJ. betf remain at es, I 3j niexienu Jtluitnng I.lnlincntnnstocn I your face, fair queen!" cried Juliet. HloKruplili-u- l IMillmiiir) Linv. Kiiuwii io millions mi over inu worm u i LeStnnilar I in (,. I I'nntii k hi 'No, auntie; our costumes are prewired AnJ MiitrrluinmlulonerlUokcaiila Circuit Court tomer on important business." nri'TyT 3!I.O0fl ilea l.i I'lihll. -- I . ttio only safe, roltiineo for tho roller of! "It is one you have eeen often," said MT VKItNON, KY XXXJU ti for." With alow neciuonw nnu iiain. it 13 a morilolnel "Nuzzin' of she kind." wd, fortunately, paid W III rraetlw m lh Hie ail J I i.f ati iilliir'iil onore, drawing ofl her mak. CourU Collw-tlon- a nbovo prloo una prnlso the best of Its I a ikxaFiimllv TJTCjrriallur iiiip (IMJ scorn in the voice: "We wili go." "Hud to attend lodgo for woik in the tftlll7. Office U Court-houulna. roreieryrouuorcxtenuUpaUil Here "MissDillo' iiSmJL TKACIII.IWaii.lhCIIUOl iir neitiMAn lift 1 amtn no mind for gay scenes to night and was kept late." fore09th deme A wave of color stole over Leonorc'n LEE P. HUFFMAN ia A'ulioiiiy wiili t' 1 . ', eliTld. ..te"Usii' I wonder Too nro." "Nuzzin of she kind." Siipri'inntiiiirt. Ki- iniitneh I tt l.y t M.,ti. head, as she slipped her hand through the Aunt Ina, we IS'evcrthcle-HrANFOUD. KY. bui't iif.sclinoU in 3D UU 1 am' not! 'Had to go and visit a sick brother, 1 arm of her betrothed. 0"b7itSIhHu..M'ta 8tmt' iwo ""' 4h0" "A LIBRARY IN ITSELF." I Mnstnnrr I lnlmcnt will go." without nn cmmi. "You eeem surprised," ehesiid, slowly, reckon." Tho lit.ot edition. In the quanl'l) f inn-i PuraKHrom Oxtis (Hi aJialaUtared vbD her muscle to il peuetrnlr Jlruli millL1IM IIIIIILIUIK "Nuzzin' of she kind." The speakers were Lenore Dallas and ruiitalni, Is 111. ul i tu tho largest "You have heard of my loss of fortune, J IfUIIV lllUklllU pilMMieil new had gone Inueo of jinln unit lnrrUnunatlon lintw "Oh, then you you went to the organiaUrit. On thnt very day the . It'innoOOmoroW.rltanilnarlj-lhr'etlMint Vere; perhaps it was left for me to tell IhIIiIo. lluiiinn Mnhmul dk v. n. l'EKNir, tho fiiiiiilxT i f ( rvnlloii uru equally us l , wu. t.l i lit. like a dish through the city that Luiore you to night that I am not poor, hut far zation of the new temperance society, misl con IllctloDW itiiullnito Mexican 1MttlMt. Dallas, the proud, beautiful Rirl, who waa Itlanniiii'r-prcti'ii- t ed the lat car and had to walk home. That nml telluhln cll''il oTANKOIltVKENTt'CKY. the past has evereeen me." had been richer than Is what make you so tlrcJ. O, you bold, Arthur Lane promised wife, Omf nTsrltiLLS l.r tie's .tor. Offlfs hour mat.Tt.i Hum holo fa.ully. l S 1j t. . "And I," said the princes, laughingly, WARMLY INDORSED D" from Mo 12 a m an 1 1 to S p. m " AliMlhfllcs ail beggared by the diaapne trance of her aiirh IiIkIi uulhorillra us uunlslarnl wn nn'finrr. "am hungry. Come, they are going in to bad man Ono. llAiirroft, in whose hands waa all her she kind." "Nuzzin' of guardian, It. . I.m. supper" I.tntmrnt Is needed bv somebodr tit Mm, II. (I. Whin. .. very nouso. i. ery tiny brlnw nowa of wealth and the rumor win proven true. "Perils ih ou had to see a Iriend ofl ou y. .Iiihil I.. Miillrj. hiiIU, I IW-Slander nd detraction are the weapons the boat." drawing-room- , the sinkK"y or u ntrrul aralil or bum .1. O. HoIIiiihI Ilullrch, No "if la the lll'.ST. She stood in the silbtluotl, of rlicuiiintlo uinrtyr re II. It.Sinnrl, ruaik L)Jiiii tlttHu. itrtiI fi rl.i fa I.rru Alilmi, .lninraT. I'll i ! . of the mean, the dasf ! ) if siortxi, or n anlunblo linrt or px "Nuzzin" of she kind" ing Bun shining redly on her dusky hair; of the pusiUnimou, i, Msrl p k n m. '1. Harris, u uy uiu iicuuiitriiuweroi iuu hearted. HonorICmnp ! 1UI" ail 11. ,v liliiloiiiii. line of pain w.n on her brow, a shadow tardly and the craven "What! You don't mean to say that you a . "It Iim fclaJTketHnltajiliiii i., k.lB 111' 4W no j rni-and decreet views, when in her black eje. Prouder than her wont able men of jut have inveiiied a new excuse? ' iil'l',sU:iuuli .N.o, txl'a. 2 i, I"'"-- laau i: fairlv ui W Viit ' hpr the alanir of the def.tmer, aland "Nuzzin' of she kind." , 1 ahe looked and yet a tierce unresi was tlmr I .l I. , . ,1 M , . I N H.t'l lI.M a2hat an 1 look sii'piciou-l- y into the mo ' You're enough to drive a woman wild at her heart. gnawing which spcoally euros Buch fiuueata ofl ! PATENT REFERENCE the information of I tho lll'MAN FL1.MI ns For he had not come. Would he love tive, the judgment and with jour idiotic 'nuzzin ol he kind.' asl-iir an llliounmtlam. HirelMngi. fltlrrl KENTUCKY CEKTHIL 1. II Uti . !pre it. :mi,i,.r ., m.Int. in t , . ' bring him hut her the vitupfMtor. Eivy, hatred or malice Where have you beer.? Of couree you , herles, that she could luniniririi .uuiriri, illll'lMl 1'iat 1. 41 , n .. 1. I, ii i well a the nun nrnuii, run, a. ml often stimulate the weak a her perfect life and lovt? woman' heart, haven't been drinking." 3 &C.MERRIAMA CO . ... Sirn!ii, l'nlauunti ltltr iiml defamilion or detraction, -ar tab Sllnuu. Mimirtt, ' Been on er li'l toot 'ith th' boys. Olil "Auntie," she slid, "if my reign iaover I wicked to actof Some, Vler.-a- . l'roa' lllilnlita. credulous nay -- THE MOST DK31RADI.K ItOUTE T- Ohaye the desire that Citaline had, to fall which by mileadlng the .Sore M)iilr, In,. fun," and Mr Snapper winKid Had r cull, nml imiceil ncry ut form ol kjtetiial ma even do him mire Injury than the object at himself in the looking gl i's. royally. None will look for the rine. It t or tho lir.UTE C ukatiohicnrs. Dallas in to nignt'rt of the malevolence himself. Envy and it cure Mrs. S , and she "Whaail exclaimed I'lirulll.. Hwllllir. MlfT Jntnta. fruitful in expedient and waa so completely lo-- in her astonishment malevolence are gypsy queen." tin ml rr. Ilaritma Sorrt. ltr.of A til JkiJi-JI-j tbe t'opu sr Kutite, aCorJlni, as I' 1I , Fool ltol, J & t lapsrlir aMtunnio-Jitloo- i and purluca, ItH ti , "No, dear; they will think you ate crush- untiring in their devices forinjury nt his making the ndmiion that she could v iiiiuniv mirii. fteretr Woilu. ftcnlt, it i. poses of malignity, k that the just and the not say a word, but turned her face to the a' Ktlla, rlpitMti, Tliruali, Itliiaboue, : ed by your Io;s" ... a ..... iifiaii Missouri. Iowa, Kaniai, Texas, Chicago iiiii i, .it. r.mrff, I ...,! "i.i n L. mi 'The morning may find me so," she said, honet ami truthful can not be too much on wall and gnashed her teeth until break- ft. tho Mslit nml cvrry othri- allium! The North, Norlhweat ami Wrl In fact, If you of the Ji to which the their guard a?aint the defamer. No one, fast time Irhi la iot Jim lion, jout Inlet ! Texas Sifting. half sadly, as Bhe glided from the room. nun ruHH ami nrr muir, THE OXM.Y LINE HUNNISu- - iiiirun .TlMlrnn by pun timing tout ttckrli ls will li Its hight when, not even the most upright, the purest or Iho MuitniiK I.liiliucnt was at The mask-bsl- l ntwnva cire ant nt-- i r'lllsu. 4xj1uu; I.'o Good. calumny Cars I Par I'uMbrf, and handaiutlT furnish-t- l a'lnt N with a proud, free step, a gypsy quetn, ac- the raoit j'istcan expect to escape Biiu ii u, poniirci, Cbslr Cars loria the uni)UlFl In addition to other testimony that the i way of the and detraction. Ala! such njuliHueiits of this OH ItoltaMe, thrrrkf tusaltif AMI SOLID THAINS companied by a duches", enteied. trip urer this llae oae pi luxurlwui cowfiirt ami the world! And it is a most humiliating German carp a a food full is a failure, we Her short skirt of black velvet was ptiature Try It. LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO give the AUti'im written to the editor of rtME TAULE. IS EKl'BCT NOVKMHER U. IS with fringe of gold and goldm reflection that the one who repeats or OF ALL - hnrlR li W wlsiilts slower by Hugh A. Mornn, Kq , of Tlinithan llw e detail the nlaoder of another ofien does theJwhr holding tiny bell of ivory; her chains li. niufor jitki 1 put lit hunt -I- 'awenfefs Iroaa tkt u Kuii s TI l hfjiich of 1. AN K It arnrn In more iniury than the original fabricator of Silver Creek. "In November lhSl, . of scarlet satin was richly embroiderIn llwetH lake the vtenlng train of I lie "Minm the calumny hini'elf. Let the world, then, into a pond at my birn nineteen German lltfule' kl (u thiMuh u ed and laced with gold and from her shoul So. i. .N. 18 Ho.t. holTH. carp, obtained from the U. S. Fish Com(in'onrnctli', CrnnfiinUilllo, Lurujctto der hung a sculet cloak with heavy, glit- and especially all just men, be upon their & l.Te ClTlBltW 7 I a in the Slate Cimniiion. mission through and llilcnico nltliout clinuire. tering fringe; jewels shone on her hare arms guard The man who would from er.vy or 11 w . " taituuul. J U a M 503 MAN 0E BEAST, I. little over two incms They were then 10 Jill HI S It f w IjMlhUm TIME TAIll.IL and lhahed from rierflowin?, dusky hair, milice rob nnotherrf his rrptilntion, would, .... W ji KJ iti H i n rr 1'arla. ripple in Hh if he ha 1 the power, thriMt his hand into long List summer we took one out that Hallr u"-r-which showered, with but a Li r lrta . UMi&VtmVTKlzr" IINin w p mi ... rrr. . Lit. lMllirllle weighed four and a htlf pitind and meas 7 4) p m a & a m iir IaiIoiMoo II IS p to t H p ui to her feet. And on the his breast and tear away from his heart the nnlendor. iiltnost I (I a m I 01 ptu Arr Ureesiraslle &J p tr ... , twet.ty and n half inches in length. WrichtsIndianVecetablePills Lie I'arla morroV those gleaming genu would be all living virtues, of which he would rob him ured CrawfenliMlli. ... 1 M a ii S 01 plA MUlersWurx. t 0 p in . We had it carefully prepared for the table UfsyHle . of the in the estimation of the world. rou TIIK I) p rr .... . Carlisle T.mnore Dillas could claim IIIIM 4 12l IPia T at) am Chicacis .... S I p w ..... . Arr. Majtvllla but it was tough and the thvor wa far wealth that wis once her own.t Miserable Men. .. . II 14 a mi IWi'h ....." The aaiMl JlrKt rout, with o4r Le from delicate; in fact it was very unsavory thircf 2 J' Ji w 7 10 p m ears, t all A knight of the time of Louh XIII step WlMbeslM. IhI In M'ltei4a, Mltusaywla. Iowa Thofe who envy others. 2 5 p w 4MpMl2MpM ltlehSMnil . NeVaika, Ar Kr lurttMW lulnrMiarlosi ati.lrrn After the late, long cold spell, oyer forty . ped forward, and doffiir his broad, plum-t III I.io. ilrr . MUltltAY KKI.LKU, U. 1' A , Those who grumble a great deal. And aM Bilious Complaints Arr MaBMnl J ..oriel, JI (0 pi til . - .. . . t p " 1M- dead carp were taken from the pond, varyUlsllle, Ky ed bat, offered her Iih arm. bhe took it Li' no ijrlp-Tbo?e who mourn because they were not ing in iz from five inches to two feet in Sale to tik tit n j ir ly J NaTs No'l? No. 1. North I if 'r i r!4 IT l.'KUt. and joined the dancers, while the duchess born with silver spoon in their mouths length, the latter h'm weighing six pounds. Lte. Stanforil June . IMiHltMpffl found a seat apart. instead of lazy bines in their bodies. . .... . . .1 9 14 a mi I Mpin Laneaalar . I will state, however, that the pond has I li aiuoskl m ft t a ui W ii pit. l laughing gaily, pretending toreadher People who are too lazy to work, too several inches of mud in the bottom, and ; m i w1 iMi'ia Wltxhrster CHESAPEAKE OHIO HI. partner'u palm, Leonore was still watching, weak to "sponge" and too proud to beg. 7 V 1 m, lUpu, Arr. I'arla. ... .. i I have b'en told that the flivor of the fish V it good St. Valentin; for in watching for the . l la a who have not brains enough to is better where the bottom i covered with i 10 a hi 12I II p ni ititi Tboe 7 :: CarllU. thatfgarb Arthur Lane wns to appear there, comprehend the pleasures of the intelligent, ; jo i in 3 rim m Millers Wum rock so that they cannot get into the mud 7 VI a m he bad told her; and when she I'ain u motile East but yet are mean enough to envy an existRichmond Register. ui tilutou . 7 (M a tn i w ai m to tell the character she would aume, he ence they do not understand. roa 7 M a m 2 M l'arls had smiled into her eyes and told her that Nlw Jersey's Wilh Cattle Twenty 7 Those who mock at the religion of other a B) 1 11 p HI I'arla ... . Washington, Philadelphia. N.Y. JO a ni J H p Ql CTQthtaoa. years ago an Knclish clipper ship wa the eyes of love were sharp and be would yet have no religion of their own. 9 Jla tn 111 p ta . ratmeutb wrecked en the coast of New Jersey A End her, dreis as she would. Tha only Una runoinf. m 6 10 p m . II Arr tViTlnitton MISERABLE WOMEN. Was he ther7 She had finished dancing held of cattle on board the ship So .) l.r Vn Ml a ni, Arr MijitII! 8 19 a in who marry for wealth and ease and Tboe 10 p 10 PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS S 01 p in, Arr MsriTllle No. 27 t.r and was out on the balcony with her cav- find they have to work, ju it as Gad intend- succeeded in breaiting the brakers and 8 M a m No. W l.r Mays III .1 14 a m. Arr No it I.f MaysTitl 12 II p ra Arr i 11 p iu reaching the land They thrived and mulalier. ed all of us to do Lt. Cot. 3 00 p m. An. Katmouth 7M po No Lightest of words flowed from her lips tiplied, notwithstanding thi coarse vegetaNo a Lt Falmoulh 5M a m Air. Cor 7 ai a tn Those who are constantly fretting because ItlebmonJ, Lritri(ton Nos 3aO'l4ilaly and her compnion was forgetting all else soj CoTlDgton, all olbsrs dally eicspl Suoilay they can not buy aa as many bonnets as tion in that section, and a dczen jeira ago THE IXTEKIOK JIH'ItVAI. raoM of her presence, when voices in the charm many as 300 were roaming about in a some other women notwithstanding that a NTEAM JOII OFFICE LoiiImyIIIc, Cincinnati autl Lrx-ItiKtu- n, from below broke on the air and, looking to Spooial wild Mate there. Since that time the farm bonnets and happiness are not twins, Ky., I)o-- .i ry Itliul ofPrlntlnmil downward, she saw descjnding the steps of era who desire any meat laee their old InforDiatlon pertalnlni to For tickets, rate anJ Tnose who will not try to understand s knight and the lower veranda a time, coDDectloas, Ac, csll on or aJJress prlcen. their husbands and hence fall to pleae flint locks and pop away at the cattle until W. II. McIlOBEKTS, AfjMT, her8t. Valentine lover. Consequent wants are supplied. their HUnfurd, Ky. W. P. WALTO.V, I1M! "It is too cinfjunded warm iniJe," aid them ConnecllDi In sauis depol with fast trains lor are rapidly diminU. W. BENDER, C U HIIOWN, Womi-who gO'isip xbout others and ly their numbers "and the aftioprlnUodol- Gn'l Paaa. A KrU At the knight, in petulent tones; ishing. Recently a couple of Philadelphia CoTlngtoa, Ky their on character. thus jfOpird'zi fair is a complete bore. I have fai'ed to OEO. II MeKINNEY.lraT. I'aas. A Krl Aft Those who fooliihly imagine that dress- - firms contracted with New Jersey butcher NUnlorJ, Ky. recogiid anybody." to erect Blaughter-boueeind secure as and ostentatious street-displaare Tho Direot Route toLynchbure, Dan "Thanks," was the reply, in the voice show many cattle as they can, and it is hoptd villo, Norfolk, "Thanks, Sanford, more desirable than those rare qualiiie', which she loved. 1 " that in a ehort time the property will be recognized me. But then I am not maternal love, tidiness and domestic alTec you free of the dangerous animals that have tion. All Virginia and North Carolina Mis Mcnlague. 1, also, am leekine for one held pos'ession for so many years. His Abiiiiy Recognized. Points. I have not found as yet " For tickets ami lurlber Information, apply to A LeipIc journal gives a method which, "S you want a situation sua conductor, "You mean Mis Dallas. By the way, your Braeat ticket otSce, or aJJress it asserts, will prevent lamp chimneys from Line, is this rumor true that old Brent has do yrti?"aid the President of the road. W.J lUa... w. K. AltKOI.I,an will not only cracking. The treatment "Yea sir," the applicant replied. absconded ami taken her money with him? AarerllslDit Af. . TUael ami I'aw Aft render lamp chimneys, tumblers, and like W WluN.,LouliTllle,Kr. a fact and that your 34U 'Have you the necessary qualification Tney to'.d me it for articles more durable, but may be applied engagement was broken. That'd not so, is fir inch a responsible posi iot?" " S' !!,,SJ,IT,, W' 'I.I.KK, Msnairer, u,n'l I'asa'r . with advantnge to crockery, stoneware, "I am sure I have, sir." it? I'd never respect you if it was." Klchmond. 'lrjlnla. railing, holding chimneys tumblers, "Well, suppose your train should meet porcslain. etc. The Leonore bent over the her breath to hear the reply The life of with a sc rinu disaster, in which a number etc, are put into u pot filled with cold her youth wa at st ike and she forgot eve- of passencers would he killed and a large water to which some common table salt TAKE T1TE- amount of property destroyed, what action has been added; the wa'er is well boiled rything in the anxiety of listening. over a fire and then allowed to oool slowly a cast?'' "ianford," came the answer, "does the wnuld yoti take in would telegraph the newspapers that When the article Hre taken out and wah- say that? Then tell it for me "I lot world OHIO & MISSISSIPPI fi. V. ibainif engagement with Miss Dillas is the accident wa of little importance and el they will be found to resist, n'tcrward, LMft.lfcit nlmnrra nf tpmnimhirtanv ....not broken by the fall of her fortune. Tell then send word to the President of the road u ., r.u... ..... ..,. v. ...., it 1 loved her not for her wealth, but for to sell the stock shcrt " A decided innovation in men's fashion 10 a TIIE- "H'm," replie i the President, "I nni i the bracelet. Many men have worn her wortl ;and since she ins not changed, I love her still and fhe i" still my promised afnil thoie ara not the proper qualifies LJ theieornimenis in their lives, but tliev bride. I was called from the city yester tion for a good conductor, but you are a were made of steel. But that bracelets day and only returned this evening. The mm cf ability, Isee. We want a first-cla- will be worn by men from choice has al- ibou DcALHR IN - rumor met me almost at the threshold and Superintendent. You can consider ready been tlcciileil by the golJe8 which ! I hastened to her to learn that she had just youpelf engaged as Superintendent of the makea stjles for theuppir middle classes, Ilurtitvurc, (Jroeerlen, .Snriillcn, Ilornc Shoes, I have sought her among road at a salary of $10 000 a year." Philleft for the ball. Qiicciirmure, IliiKKy m.i: to Iron, The large jewelry firms have met the fault-io- n tNCISKATI, Ih. L. .. the guests, but fulled to find her. Sanford, adelphia Call. anil .k ilemlid Cunc 3I111h, l'arlnr far. I,. ,'l...i. ' ... I""KBJ' Wheels Ntorex, way, and have ot aome IlarnesH, half anJ I'alsce bleeping Cars to Cincinnati rVaihln. can you help me?" Raising Chickens. In breeding for ftylen. CufTa and coat aleevea will be cut Npoltt'H, Cider Mill, L,ui Coverw, ton, ilaltlmore, I'hllaJclpnla and Nw York with-oWit'i hands ' Leonore heard no more. change, ItlntK, early market, it is important to have a short ao that the ornament can be shown Corn ShellcrN, Collars Slouewarc, clasped closely above her breast, and eyes breed that grows rapidly and fleshes up to advantage. sr LOUIS anJ tticWisti v .. full of thankful tears, she turned to tier young; the skin should be jellow, and if ami Oliver Chilled, Champioa Steal and Brinloy Combined Plows, Wooden and Cars on nlijlit Nmthwixt, with I'alaco Hupinc train, LoulsTllle to St. Uuls before a Michigan A point has come cavalier. Cast Pumps, and the Celebrated Mayfield Elevator. Tin Hoofthe either are all white, both the chicks "Oblige me," she said, "by going to the and old fowl will look much letter when School board. It ia the point of a pin. ing and Quueriag will have prompt attention. LOUISVILLE to ST. LOUIS. lower veranda and sending ht. Valentine dressed than these with colored feathers. Jocore pupila were accused of making it puncture their teacher. He bad a habit of Hnlenmen John jiritiht.Jt: I must see him immediately." here. The color of the skin is important, yet 'ro" LOUISVIUE to saying, after ranking an explanation ami ."Lidy, you eent for me?'' half of thefiwls that are font to market He on taking hla neat: "Stick a pin there." e timed, holding out both hands. Kh cllnlnu (. hair Cars tbroujliwlthout change. hive anything but a yellow skin. Small The temptation to put a pin upright in his drew back a step, not touching them. bjne, short legs and a form IsOOK AT THIS "Arthur," she said, "do you not know are also desirable, and a size when full chair, under there circumatance, was lite question ia whether tbe me?" grown, not lea than five pounds, and not ... . ..... Tha 2.U n. .. I'mrA,. m.ii.i 'U1ITIII (,.. V..l-,-l- in. S"""l.l "Leo, my darling!" and then his arms ovei six before dressed, give, the best culprit ought to be expelled. I New "'i l""K'.a's iroin i I PHARMACISTS without chaiiee. arrlrln.. muiii were about her. 'a p, ui, next day early chickens for market. None of these When a young man trlea for three min"Leo!" he flung aside his mask and gent- qualities are an injury to a laying hen; utes in church to brush a sunbeam off bis DKALKK3 IHHours Ahead of All Competitors. ly drew off hers. "Leo, you are not griev- and if to them are added good layers, har- coat, under the impreenon that it ia a Books, EiuUranU ana Houi..8eekri rla that) A M. II't do not doubt my lovt?" ing? Surely, you dy and quiet, we have combined the points streak of dust, and then looks up and tees Hare midnight changes Arrlre onalltralni. 2 r,ours "Not now, Arthur; but oh, I did at St. lxTuls neceisary for both meat and eggs, a pretty girl laughing at him, he kind of n d ranee o other lines, theiehy Phyayclana' preKtlptloni Jccurateljrrcompounilfti when ever hour went by and you did not time for making change ol cars and Mttlbi Aril loses the thread of the sermon, temporariAlso t The Scientific American cautions people choice of seats In can ofoonnectlng -come. Forgive me." a ninaej.rc ly, as it were. 3Ji InailTsncaof other lines to IJKWELEKM!! He drew the girl's slight form closer and against the too frequent use of camphor na Chicago and tbe only Iluo gUlng InJIannii. .n i says the nature of camnhor and pretty New L'sbin, 0., A bright mile ride along tha ahoreaof Ute Mlih San. banding, touched the young lips with his a medicine. It TUB ta. rates, Uaie. maps, is that of a nervous stimulant, similar to girl offers herself as a prize at a rafile, to Tlcke Agenu o eonnecting line, or Ac., appl, to own. Largest Stock 8f Watches, "Look up, my dearest," he said. 'ILook opium or alcohol, and when taken in large come off there Boon. She says it is a bonaI'assouger Agt., Clocks, Jewelry & Sllronrare up and let me tell you how much dearer doses causes irritation of the nervous sys fide offer, and will marry the winner if of . ETer broueht to this market Prices Lower than you are to me tonight when I know that tem, and produces convulsions, often fatal good character, cleanly, and undtr 40 Ga,iI"n'cinnilI(0.n'l Passenger Agt tha lowest. Watches, Clocks anJ Jewelry Ra-in their effects. years of age. come to me without a dower." j'aiivu vu iuuii uvutaaiiu ivarrauiro Xou J. P. HILL, lud-roo- jL THE BSrJ? WEBSTER'S TJNABB1DGED? r w go-in- LINIMENT! .. I E, re i AttornoyAi i . a. 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