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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884022901 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. Smtt-VOLUME J&nuX.-NUM- H 111 PA ROD V ON HCOTT's WHA LACE BLED. II AE Wl' 121 ntefio 1884. GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT 41 14 Ik NEW SERIES-NUMBE- "w4k R BER 510. STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 29, BROTHER BOOLE'S BUDGET, Fob tiiic iMKaioa Jouskal. The devil was found shirking In a cor- 228.- - .Somehow the place seems to be in bad odor with tho people, for whose good it was and they do not seem inclined to W. V. WALTON. mikC lubiliihrit Tuetlavn -- Wtfats, . OO lEIt ANNUM Wben psli ilrlctlr In ailTancs. If we lure to wait nr tlmf , 83. no wilt U charstit . GEO. 0. BARNES in ENGLAND IltA.IHJS '1MII3 Dnr lXrUrr I .OIll" l,'l, J Wti.tAND HnaKR, Sr.w lUuNEr, IIehtx, Fkh am afraid the recent break in our correspondence will teich economy In the way most of u learn it, by unplraunt experience. Lsriali eipenJIture of either tuonejror rmttrial, when (here is plenty of it,iRenerillr followed by the reaction, that hi Risen rife to the popular proreib, "A feast or a famine." And so it will ! to the end of the chapter. However, in this esse, it mar he a real relief to niiss the y letter and a wholesome change, may not be unacceptable, Wcreniilntd tho htppy t'liesls of our Uexley Heath frienils the Litnuifrs for three ilsjs, putting in Monday the 21t of January and Wednesday, the 2.1d, at the Heath and TuewUy holding servlee-- at Krith, four mile away It u treat juy to find the seed sown last fill a ainf; t of Woi'irg iu Uexley. Indeed, the pure word seems more deeply rooted in ICcnt thsn any where t hare yet wrought f r the I.OltD At the bible retding in the Congreg itioual oliilrcli and the erangel itic serrices in Corerdale Hall during this brief recond visit, many more recvired did nile blessing, while the two eersice at Krith, in the HiplUt and Congrcfatigiial churches there, will, I am confident, proTc the way f r a series of meeting in the near future, if tlm dear I.Oltl) twin. Toe pss-to- r of theie chnrche are li 'h rtre v nrp men, who eem to ionic fjr a blemiu tijMtit their respective chsrvis. semi-weekls liar-Tec- attend the services with anything like desire, much less enthusiast), There is a general atmosphere of depression hanging about the place. Well, we are sent to do what we can to "bind up the broken-hearted- " and cheer up the downcast. And we did what wo could with marked siiCCrys the I.OIU) "sccompanyinz th word, with signs following." One of the brethren, who has earned tho toubriqutt of "Happy Hilly." gave some most stentorian shouts to testify his joy, the firot of which rather startled me, having heard nothing like it since (Sreen county, Ky. Seversi more confessions of the Savior. Satoiihav, Jan. 2i)th. Ten of u went up to the ' Zo"to see the "whiteelf pliant," Itirnutn's "latest." The papers have been full of the anhnul for a week or lo, pro and con, tho general public pronouncing him a prodigous humbug, but the manager, armed with all sorts of testimonial (some uaipieHioned and others sharply criticised) stoutly insisting that the company have really in KHr4ion an elephant that satis-Gethe Hurme'v on the fcore of sanctity, whether it will the llritish and American or nol; and that when an accredited specimen of that sort is brought over and ex hibited bona fide, there the responsibility of the showmsn end. And that sounds rea sonable. Hut 'he llritish public bad set its expectations o high that, when instead of a "!iite tlephant," or one even approaching whilene", there was oflertd for their inspection a undcrsited, ra unite, witn mottled ear and a d stroak dimly ditcerunble aloug hit face and trunk, they naturally got into quite s pet about it and declared the whole thinic another "Yankee sell." (CoalinuM next luue I dingy-lookintlesh-rulore- ner and the following captured from his fiendish hands. We print it as th cruel- est punishment consistent with our nmiahi!- WAL- Man od whom our lljht It shej, Man, to whox- - huiJaour ihest baa Man, who our loo; hut read Cuius py tb printer now pir pl, hot be pith of duty trei'K Ilia burileu lightened as b roiJi, IIIimuI iQflamiil fur nobler deed Should pay I he printer now. He w Tb tolillclan itMxl In rare, With furrowed brow and anxious air, Who setVa to uials hli record lair Should surely pay the printer. The father a h Lows bti bsal And ttunki hh Lord lor dally hrcil Audbltfilngaon bit pathway ihed, pay the printer. Will lj iu-e- The matt who'd win the luted ol fitn?, Wbo'd abuu dltrare, and Ire froui blaui Would Irate twblnd a ipotleti name II bound to pi J the printer. How iwret will I your sleep Veur tlilntu Mllei with theerlng light, Your wiklDgheallhftil, bouyant, bright, If you juit pay the printer. THE OLD rASIHONFP SCHOOL HOUflE. It was quite a of "leariiiK ourrelve awaj" from the cie dear Mmoitr' hopitab!e uunsion. .Will 'Jl-.- TiiriMisti, Jan. and Mania Mopped l I"nd- - Brides with all the bagirsge, while the mrls and I went on to Canon street to ic't our usual e with oar dear 'ourlm omen" in Alderaitte and Jewin stiert-i- . This cost ua 7 shillings and 8 tvneefor extra baggage, at they were found with rnly two ticket anJ baggage enough for fix. We shall gel every penny of it back, after and explanation and referenced and a grind of week or two through the inevitable "red tape" mill. The rnpire iraveler to have implicit faith in them, while exercising none what, ever in return. I will nay thi, however, for it ha impressed me deeply, though the circumlocution office It alow, It I very nil re, and wroogi are righted moot satisfsc-torily- , if one hai only patierce to wait. There i a eenae of what ia iuot and fair that peroieate even the flintiest corpora-liobecause It ii rooted in the Kngllsh character. "Fair play i a jewel in the llrllish crown of morality; a very magna fhiria, wrtin,; from agea of suffering from injustice and foul play. When we in America hare paaed through the nine ordeal, we ahall have the stue deeply-rooteatuidideiM of purpose to do the fair thing, aa between man and man, that ao marka the national character of our elder brethren. Ajoyoua two hour at Aldersgate and Jewin streets, where we riiet our dear Mis Freeman ami Jinie Itirllet.from Highgale. The former iso very like our favorite couain in Louisville, in face and manner and peech, that we always call her "Couain Judie" now. After the servi-e- s in the city they came home with us and we had a delightful time at 102 Pear Charley Chejse is with us for a week. He ran down to Dartford last Saturday and we borrowed him from hia good father and business for a clear eight days. bright and cheery that it is a He is pleasure to hnve him with u, of all tl.t good friend the I.OltD has given us in Eng'and, at one is truer than Charley and he is perhaps more like one of the fain tly circle than any one else. Though n lit tle older than ill, he lias an appearance of joutbfulness that would deceive the very best judge of ages; and the mistakes occasioned by this is a source of no little amusement at times, At night, piloted by our good Ilrother Qrcen, by whose invitation tho week's ser vice in lUtcliH'was undertaken, we made our way to the see no of the next meeting The Utile hall, holding about 150, is in of Katclifl district, called where poverty herds and shivers Bhadwell, and fevers and half starves till the release comes, which yet, for most is no release but only an open door to a worse fate. Here we found about 50 people gathered, nearly all christians, and a little knot of spectators clus-- , MBReJ nd forlorn-lookintered about the door, but refusing to enter. Tho room soon fillcl after we began and the LOUD gave us a good meeting, with a number of confessions of the blessed Name before the close. Fimday, Jan. 23th. The meeting at than last. Hhadwell better attended Dnd that the enterprise has been recently I demoralized by the secession of ten of the most active workers, tor some cause not ex plained and which I did not seek to know. eer-riccom-panin, d n g The educitiontl system ndopted in Lin coin In early dnys was pretty much the sime as prevailed in lint day in nil the newer settlements The school-hous, style. MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. which was usually located in a dense nhl forest, was built of Iog unhewn, the creviManaged by Jno. B. Fish (DELAYED LETTEH ) ces being rudely stopped (if stopped at all) J. J. Thompson has bought the Matt s with clsy inortir. The roof was of 0ens farm, containing about 120 acres, for laid upsn which gradutlly ascended and narrowed to the apex and $900 A dramatic troupe has been formed by e held in place by superincumbent PHARMACISTS the young folks of our town. Thpy will poles, each of which served thedouble pui-rs- e DKALBES I.of blndiog the boards on which it uive a public entertainment about the 1st rexted and receiving the ends of those in of April. How Mr. Beck Became Senator. Books, The Academy building at Brodhetd ia At n meeting of the 'Washington I'rvsi the tier immediately above. Stoves were very rapidlv; the frame is up Club the othor night, Col. Wintersmitb, of not among the limine i of the time, but progressing Physyclans' preicilptlons accurately, coiapaaii Also the primitive fireplace was a marvel of and weOherboarded. The houfe will cost Kentucky, told the following story. I was about $1,500 and will be reuly for occupa l a candidate for Senator from Kentucky ingenuity, simplicity and efficiency. It JEWKIiEItN! early put of the summer in U76," he aid,"hen I told one story was built of log tplit into halves and form- tion in the IUKJohn Burksrt and Green Boyd, the that defeated me, but I can tell it now ing three sides of a U ire, the fourth and inner side being open to receive the fuel negroes who broke into nutue it 'Wilson's Largest Stock of Watches, without any such danger. One day I was Livingston, made an attempt to Clocks, Jewelry & Silverware in the gallery of the Senate when Mc and diffuse the heat. Tbia pen was usual store at five cr six feet hih and lined with a break jail by burning a hole in the wall, Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower thus Crciry of Kentucky, roie to make a speech. ly of fire frustrated their plans Kvery Fcnator on the tloor sought the rough all of stones and clay. From thi but the alarm paired on short notice and Warranted Andeton Cox, an old and respectrd cloak ro3U) except hi colleague, Garrett bight it sloped upward to a flae some IS UatIs, and the I'ruiJent. 1 could not oi 2) inche square and built on the four citizen of this county, was killed by the help that, but when a stampede from the sides with squire stick, thickly plastered passenger tnin Sunday evening at tbe tresgalleries began I felt that my opportunity inside and out with clay mortar and ruing tle below Pine Hill Th train wns a few hid ootnc Jumping to my feet I shouted. about to the highet part of the roof. Tl.e minutes lata and he sUrted to walk across Venator Mctreary Is a Kentuckian, so am tl or was of puncheons, i. e , slabs split the trestle, when it came around the curve get out of the way had I. The UfH man who mores out of this from the sides of luge logs and laid with and before he could run on to him and knocked him off. He gullcry shall die.' All tcok their seats un- the flat surface up The deks and seats der durs4, and for more than tire mortal wtre constructed of the same style of lum- was killed almost instantly. The hight of AND ber, the latter bring guiltless of bscks and the trestle is about 20 to 10 feet. He was hours even we sal still listening to his 70 years of age. When it was over I lowered the supported on legs, generally obtained from pistol, which I had held ready in my hands siplingi and let into the lower aide of the Women with pale, colorless faces, who A Full and complete nsflortmeut of Furniture, embracing and the crowd started. With a gesture roit by means of a large auger. The seats feel weak and discouraged, will receive If ooo man stopped the rush. 'Col. Winter-smith- ,' were generally sj high that il was impossi- both mental and bodily vigor by using crytkiug from the ChcapcBt to the Finest he said, "we have stayed here ble for those occupying them to reach the Carter's Iron Pills, which are made for the need to go to the liirge cities to mukc your purchaser), no Btatfcr under duress at your request. Now 1st floor with their feet, and thus the torture blrod, nerve and complexion. what quantity or quality you want, an I eau aud will duplicate any prlceH you can obtain elsewhere, freight being added, .ftltro me ask you a favor." 'It is granted be- of the poitic.n was an effective prevention fore it is asked.' I said, not to be outdone of sleep during school hours, Toe light a full asHorlmeut of Coding, CaCH, Khrouds and Itobes, enkrswv II OX. A. O. TALBOTT was admitted to these primitive colleges by in courtesy. He went on: "Col. Winter lng nil the New Style, both cheap and expensive. Ware smitb, we have been here six hours, be- cutting out a single log the whole length of UafrndldaUfor Courei in this diatrlct,?aub-je- ct opposite St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Ky. to the action of ths democracy. cause we preferred to stay rather than be the building. This opening was mmetimts shot liut, if this emergency ever hap supplied with glasi, but generally open. pens again, we ask you simply this shoot, The teachers were mostly supplied from A. without any parley.' Some newspaper the ranks ol adventurers from other States. men got hold of it. McCreary's friends The majority of the early teachers were THE INTERIOR JOURNAL were so angry with me that rather than Irish, who ususlty did very effective work And tbe LouItIIIo see me elected they turned in and chore during five days of the week, but had a does not pay to be indiscreet glorious drunk on Saturday and Sunday. lkck. It Courier-Journ- al DKALEr. IN and telling this story spoiled my being a Under this unpromising tutilage the sons One year for only 83 two pipers for little senator." more ttian tbe pries of one. and daughters of old Lincoln were obliged Groceries, Saddles Horse Shoes Hardware, to climb "the steep where Fame's proud The Wire Age. By paying u J? you will recelte for on year Quecnsware, Buggy Whips, Nails, Iron, l, the Future annalists may well describe this temple shines nfir," and with all the draw- ynur boms paper with tbe Haruesa, Cane 91111m, MhrkF Wheel?, Stoves, reprvsmiatlTe nwipaper of tbe South, democratperiod of American histoiy as the wire backs of the situation made surprising ac ic and for a tariff for revenue only, and th lett, Grates, Spokes. Cider Hills, l.ap Covers, and ablwt family weekly in tbe United age. Iu ro tart of the iconomy of our quaintance with elementary education, es- WUhtoit TbntMi wbo deitre to examine a aaruple Corn Shellers, Collars, KluiH, Stoneware, Mitra. can do so at t bla ottlce. daily life are we divorced from wiiu. It pecially that portion which Paddy classes oJpy of tbe Oiurler-Journis our slave, and yet an ever present mii as "the three It's readin1, ritin' and Oliver Chilled, Champion Stool and Brinley Combined Flows, Wooden and School books were seldom changter Sleeping, we repone on wire mattressCast Pnmps, and tho Celebrated Maynold Elevator. Tin Hoofies. Fating, we see food which have pass- ed in thoee dajs. The New England Primer, ng; and Guttering will have prompt attention. ed through sieve, and which are shelter- on which the grandmother had fed, fured from inect appetite by wire covers. nished nourishment to the minds of her NEW YORK, 1884. s"'MM,eMi John llrltiht.Jr. Calling, ws pull wires to ring curled wire descendents. Dilworth and Pike and Mur AlvMit.UlT million conlea of TllE Sl'N have gongs, Traveling, we are conveyed by ray were the honored name that had guid- gone out ofourestabllihmeat during tbe pan 12 ed the steps of all preceding generations, so running. cable or electric railways, hoisted by ele If ynu were to pasto end to eud all tbe cMumci vators tiling on wire, sua hurried over far as heard from and were still the true ofallTh bunt printed an I totd last Tear you would get a continuous atrip of lute rest fug wiie bridge. Wc announce our coming ami accepted lights of science. The pacommon udm wlidom, sound doctrine and by telegraph or telephone wires, and we thetic story of the martyred John Itogcrs, sine wit locgenoujb to reach from Printing llouae square to the top of Mount Copotnlcus in tho thread our way by night through streets which had been wept over for centuries, moon, then baik to Printing Homo npjaro and of the way back to tbe moon lighted by means of electric cables. Across had lost none of its frcshnew; and the ques- then Is written for the inhabitant! o ten "small children nut The Sun our fields are strung many thousands of tion whether nine or the earth; thla same strip of Intelligence would miles of barbed wire fences against which followed him to the stake," which had been gtrdlo the globe 27 or 23 tlmen. the Uit year Iterery biiyerofTbe which dumb brutes protect, Texan rangers the problem of ages, was eagerly pondered wu (pent only one hour Hun during if his wlfoor over It, and hour, this newspadraw the knife, and lawyers, juries, judges, till, and even to this day has never been grandfather has spent another AND- per has afforded the human race thirteen thouand reporters whet their intellectual satisfactorily answered. An iron rule was sand years of steady rcadiug, night and day. Is blide. Our clocks are set by wires, our peculiarly the characteristic regiuio of tbe weItcan only by llttlo calculations like these that form any Idea of the circulation of the watches run by wins, our Looks are stitch- time. Tbe theory and practice required most popular of American newspapers, or of Its Inrtuencenn the opinions and actions of American STANFORD, KENTUCKY, ed with wires, our pictures hung by wires, that the master should not "spare the rod," men and women. continue, to a newspaper The Sun Ilos-to- n even though he should literally "spoil the which tells Is and will without fear be consequences and our politics managed by wires. ol tbe truth k.l.i:k in child" by his conscientious application of which gets at tbe facts no muter how much the Advertiser. represents tho ners of all the coats, of at- process without which of words and in IbeTmost waste world Huthton is a new postoflire in Madison it. Every symptom of a relaxation Its to the musty pago was regarded readabto shape, wblc'i ia working with all and tention county. cause, of honest government, heart for tbe and treated as an infraction of the higher which therefore believes that tho Republican parBucKlen's Arnica Salve. be Inevita ty must go, and mud go In this coming year of our Lord, 1881. Tbe greatest medical wonder of lbs world. War- law; and the conclusion seems to If you know Tbe Bun, you like It already, and for the fact that the school ranted to apeodlly cure llur.il, Ilrulsea, Cuts, Ul- ble that but you will read It with accustomed diligence and cers, Halt Itlicuiu, Kerer Korea, Cancera, Piles, term seldom extended beyond three months profit during what la auru to bo the most Interesting year In you do nol yet know history. Cbllblalni, Corni, Tetter, Cbapped llandi and all thus leaving nine months for Tho dun, It lis high tlm-- ) If get Into the sunshine. to Is lain cruptiom, guaranteed to euro In erery In- in the year, stance, or mouey refunded. A positive, cure lor recuperation, the rugged systems of even TERMS TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS. Piles. 25c per box. For tale by Fenny A the young pioneers must have sunk beThe several editions ol The Sun are lint by mail neath the tortures of the educational curpostpaid as roiiowa: Daily 10 rents a month, ft! a year; with Bun- Never Give Up, riculum. day eaitiou,i7 Corn Mowers, This oilllloii furnishes w"" has sold the. UHnar Eight pages.world, special articles of ";..: r.r. -- The widow , a. current newsof the eiceptlonal Interest to every bodr. and literary dered blood, weak con,tltutlon.beadache. or .nr the "Stewart Building" on Broadway and reviews of new books of th b Igbest merit. SI a Corn Chambers street, New York, to Judge Ilil yrar. dlaeaie of a btlloui nature, by oil meant proeu r bottle of Electric Ulttara. You will b surprlied ton for $2,100,000. pases of ths bet Wkkkiy ft a year, Eight to sea the rspld Improvement that will tollos j you Agricultural Ie Cider Mills, Cane Mills, Pumps; Iron Fencing, Saw Mill8,;En-gine- s, tb dally Th Louisville & Nashville fast Mardi- - matter of tbeuntquslled lasues: an value, Dsrlraent ol . sc- wlllle Implred wltb new life: strength and , ., imrta sdI Itterarr. scientific, andspecial market re- , , , domestic Intelli Threshing Machines, Hose Belting, tlvlty wilt retnrnj pain and mlisry will cease, uraa lPec"u ra"uo oaf "P"" genco tuako The Weekly Hun ths newspaper for In one hundred minutes. the farmer's household. To clubs of ten wlthllO henceforth yon will rrjolca In thspralso of three mile And, in fact, every thins pertalulugl to Agricultural Machinery Klectrlo lilttera. Soli at SO centa a bottle by Pen- - The averaee running time for the entire la extra copy frss. . IF. ESOI.ASD, PubllsbsT, Address Ofllco aud Ware Seems opposite St. Asaph Hotel, Staafsw ny A McAUster. .. TbsSun.Nsw Ysrk Ctty, . . nwm .t,t.iT.vn ...,(w mltca an hour.. ..n clap-lwrd- Lancaster, Willis Adams, Jr, of Paint Lick, lias assigned for the benefit of bis creditors McWade will present "Kip Van Win will boII as a wholo, or parcels to purkle" at the City Hall next Monday night. chasers, tho Logan's of 210 aores in tho corpoHe hai the reputation of being a good acof Stanford, Ky. Tho of tor and will draw a Inrge crowd. Col W J. Lindram has returned fr.im on Danville streot, is of tho best soil Kentucky, Cynthiapa,where he delivered an address, on a large comfortable rosidonco tho best the 221 to the Mexican veterans, The ad- - in Lincoln county. inspection of tho place, drrst wm well written and delivered and Apply Mrs. Emma Rochester on tho promises, to has been highly praised. my law-offic- e Stanford, Ky. W. G. WELCH. There lias been some talk among the Feb. IS 81 tf young ladie of giving a leap-yes- r pirty within a few dar. We are as yet unab'e togivenny definite information as to the character of the entertainment anil lime. Kev. Mr. Levsrty, of Allegany, Penn , preached at the Prrsbyterian church lat Sunday and will hold service at the name place next 8und.r. The congregation seems to be delighted with him. He may be called to this church shortly if he suits the people. Guinness A Abbey's N Y. Company appenred at the City Hall Monday night in "Esst and West Lvnne'' and Tuesday night in "Hszl Kirke " Both plays were acted DrugN, WincM. MiihIciiI Wall Paper, in fine style. They were with Lilnuor Clivtiticnlx, ItookK, IuHfriteiiientB, tho crowds both niiehts and have decided to digit ret. Stationery, Pocket OHh, Tolmcco.s. Cutlery, return Fridsy niuht from Richmond to 3if tiling ltitnery, Iiiimps itfachln Fire Arms, play "Lady Audley's Secret" before startXocdle. intr South. Thev retard Lancaster tbe Our Jewelry, SHrormtro aud Optical Goods Department Is In Charge of QI. best show town in Central Kentucky. TIi o.s. IUcliareis, who vfill Itcpnir untches utul Clocks Promptly and ia the best FINE FARM FOR SALE privately, Fort farm in land fronts in and ! I suit rate limits to and For terms or a mile has on it spring me at in or M'ROBERTS&STAGG Opera House Block, Paints Stanford, Ky.t well-plesse- d lc ol, U'TOMJSri M'AIWtf -N-- thei-ewer- Drngs, Stationery and Fancy Artiolos. B HF mABfcMt ! Parlor Suite. er ad-dr- UNDERTAKER, Xealei- in 3ETiiiiiitiiie Grand Combination Weekly W. H. HIGGINS I Courier-Journa- 'rath-metic- ." lnfor-luotlo- n, GEO. D. WEAKEN Commission ItfSferciiarai 4g;eiit, three-quarte- ra Miaiiiifactiii'ei's' xicLy Grain, Wool, Field Seeds, Buggies, Carriages, Spring IKragonsFarxn Wagons, ..,".r ,:.,." : ir t. &,. Grain Drills, Brills, Carts, lleapers, Planters, Plows Harrows, Hay Hakes, Corn Planters, Feed Cutters, u..M .... .m4 lf-9- 4t Wk find in the papers thN startling anat 4i. Dick Gentry bought on Wednesday Itichard UKCAHTKK iDVKKTISKME.US. StmMEHtthln Interior Journal nouncement. "The iLouisville Medical wai found deadSimpson, h harness maker, of W. Webb a 6 year-ol- d gray gelding for Lexington. near " ll.-F- . College, last evening, turned loose 73 WAITEIt Flnet-CIiiMinister Hunt died at St. Petersburg $100 WorltiiiHii. The following esses have been dispes A This sounds nearly early Wednesday morning. young phvaicians." - February 29, 1884 Stanford, Ky., LANCA8TKK, KV. ed of in the Circnit Court since last report: A good bouse anil inrilm furnished. Arply to as. omnious as the Cincinnati woman's A colored man has been fined and imClllsens MS-Commonwrnlth vs. Sam Wilkerson, charg It. II. Vlton; Manford, Ky. from 8 to 12 a. m. and National Hank.m. Offlce honra from t to 5 vision of the two floods to be encounprisoned at Toledo for marrying a white w. P. WALTON. ed with malicious cutting, rerdict of untered. It involves too a question of pecu- girl. L. v. numaie. ,. , ,,0lI)Krr, The billiard, of which we got the tail lawful striking and wounding, fine? I '25, ! liar intercut, espec'nlly when wo advert to HUUUL.E ft I3UKDBTT. work-hcus- e in We frequently hear Ihe lugubrious the numerous Institutions all over the end, was very severe in the northwest. The defendant to be confined in default of payment; Martha Hill vs. HenI.A.NTA8TEII, KY. I otter for lerrlvatlv my farm of Mill plaint that patriotism has tied from our land, each contributing its quota, to swell mercury in Montana was down to 35s ACItKS, situated 7 lea it. K.. of Nlcholaa-lll- uThaw. Will practice In Oarrsrd and adlnlnlrir counties ry Hill, plaintitTgranteddlvorce of ruinc-ufozero country that the sacred fire which burned tho mighty host. On the theory that na Imaaftilnii uitiiil tn llfrknifttl Oiulr In rtn aflray at Winston, Eetlll coun mainmort ii". The grand jury on Wednesday laud u In ouin Hioe 1'uhllc Square. ami clover ami la In good run- to brifhtly during the revolution is almost tions are afflicted on account of their sins, uiiiuu lur kiuwiiir any crop suiicu 10 inia pari 01 extinguished that the sacrifice of we arc led to inquire: Of what enormities ty, Preston White was killed nnd Jinny returned the following indictments: Com- me siaio and la wen nuapieu lo growing tobacco. utterly The Improvementa consist of a self for the country's good ennnot now be has our favored land been guilty to merlrj Witt and his son, Tillman, mortally monwealth vs Kobert snd Wm l'cvr.olds, 7 rooms with porfheaand cellar, tains dwrllln of a well uf good two additional esses for trHinc liquor; same trr near theiljor, n good liarn, liable) suit waguu wounded. found, Ac, This is all riciculous cant, such a punishment ns this. Somebody has shed and other necrsaary out building. An The Louisville Erposition Directory vs. George Hocker and S. C Brewer, rive slotk water abundant and convenient Ac manifestly unjust and should be made quoted a) scripture, the aphorism: "The I'len-t- y fencing on li iimtlyof under the head of constructive Lord tempers the wind to the shorn has fixed on August 1G for the opening of cases foreame oflense; same vs. Samuel A The UraU-- lor fencing purpoat-- and Hone. moat-of lencve the second Exhibition, to be continued Warren, five esses for same ofl'ense; tyo vs. l - lamb." In good repair contrnlrnl to Walton treason. The great leet of purity of patriWithout looking for chapter and Church, Kbool I wilt A. S. McGrorty; three vs. H. W. Evas and low and on eaijand mill, parllea mII Ihe proprrtj ours is the verse we fly to the assurance contained for sixty days. dima in a government like dralrtuK a hoius Ifnntto Hot Springs, Ark., is in the hands of one vs T. P. Curry, same oflense; alitwo or will divide It toiult turthafra. -willingness or refutal of the citizen to consolation. If Dot sold tj Mr. I, I wlllrrnl tnirllahls par-- , a commitee of fourteen, who virtually run cases vs K B. Turnbull, B. F Oxlry a1 Ipi . 3IIIH.H.A. HEHM'KltUKll. bear the grievous burden of public office While there exists such a rage for the the city in defiance of law, driving the L. E Hesrne; Mary Curtis, bawdy-hous205 S mo. llanly, 1 O..Ky vindi- collecting aad by this test we arc triumphantly of old coins and superanuatedi best citizens from the place. Aia'.rida Keofroe, peiit Isrc.ny; Lewis Bus. cated. In tho earlier days of the govern-se- postage stamp, why is there so little interVAIiUAULK companies in ter snd George Rogers, i seiull and battery; The are 97 e it was necessary to reek out and est manifested in the collection of ancient Kentucky, of which G3 belong to other Thomas Prather, retailing liquor; Georgl-ann- a men to take these onerous responsi- newspapers? The newspaper is a faithful Msaux, tippling house; Mrs. tuorje Stanford Town Lots for Sale. to other nations. The aggrebilities. The presidency wa- - almost forced chronicler of the living events of its time, States and gate premiums are a little more than $1,- - Iieddow, same o flense; Hettle Caldwell snd spew Wtshington; and had it not been for and is far more full, more accurate and 3 58 per cent, thereof. George Beddow, same oftVnsr; S Huder, I oprr fortalt privately at tow prlcf and on tho adroit use of the ancient legend of more satisfactory than any history of that 700,000 snd losses about rfaonaMe trra. Trry Ot'Klt In Marion county, Lawrence Clayton W. Hewlet and H. Davis, simr; Com- leill.V 1,(HH lb North iui limn of thu HAVK CSaclnnatus, it is doubtful whether his con time compiled in future age can be. Be are half slsndered Wash Burke's siler, which re- monwealth vs Beddow, appeal from Po- flly of Stanford of aMorn than Court ol thrmand a been won. sides the Hoummil ol thr. sent to serve would ever have wlihlna third d periodical of a form- sulted in a family duel, terminating in the lice Court, judgment for plaintiff been fur 5100; nunifbr of ihiut wlihln l.ltilt) of a inllr of ExtenOar horizon is brighter now. America er Cflntury has a charm peculiarly Its own fur pr-o- n Junction drpol. rxcrllrntljr kiUin of Burke and Green Clayton; Law- Gcarge Hocker and S. C. Brewer, merchsn-disin- g lb nii:t;d In luilt.na or haif iwph yniiit at "expects every man to do his duty" and In its columns we trace the sentiments liquor, one case; G. A. Meaux ami that point. arr the rence being fatally wounded and Floyd trry tat and moat beautifulTbrwt Iota eterj man is resolved to do it. Heoco it is and acts and enterpriees of our fathers. Burke shot in the arm. A. B. Williams, tipplinic-house- ; F. W. ly and rontculrntly altuatrtl for rrtldrnrra that . . . . our proud boast today, that there is not a The memories of our childhood nre rebar Mrr.ln ottrirJ lor aaln In Munford, and The currency bill, winch provides namiinan and itenrr .Martin.. Ksbbath lay prim and trnoiaicfUih aa to plai- It In thr , position from that of president of tho U. vived, the traditions received from a ol that National Banks be allowed to issue breaking, four case: sanle vs. Henrv Mar puwrr lor a any Induilrloua man to iwcur on of hojir tnrm S., to that of constable in an obscure dis- former generation renewed, the changes in two cae; Sam Fields, malicious cut- tin, Thrr all I font utn new atrrrti. which Imr luit circulating notes to an amount not exceedtrict which isnow sought with eagerness by each progressive age are noted, and knowlooropd. thr hioadrat and And now hayo the . ... . . I In hlanlotd. .t Stock in Cen ing the par value of the bonds on deposit, ting anil wounuinj; Ue Weaver, concesleil M.li of The Ml la rich aaanyin Kmtockr patriots. Q E. D. a host of edge both entertaining and valuable thus tral Kentucky. They have Parlor aa to no grading and thr Ian It kvrl paMed the House. It is estimated that a wenjons,two case, Henry Rogers and Joe the ll jlfrcan lie liaj at aUtptii vl irooi Trry Ixit nnd Bed Room Seti, Carpet, These is a growing disposition on tho ouiaineu. we love the old, time news total of SIW.OOO.OOO may be issued under Buley, same ofl'ene; National Bmk if JOtniiMcTl l oM paper. to nonr but hllr periona. Ihry olll Cane and Penitentiary tils') act upon the basis of the securities now Lancaster vs John W. Miller, Ac, set for part of those contemplating a cliacgc of loA mail cf ILrin rau I c at my otfirr Sinok hi. testimony before the Danville on deposit. Chain, Marble Top, 4 roe. 1M Friday. II. II. Xtll.l.Ktt. cation to investigate the capabilities of the etanfmd, Ky. investigating committee some of the West-eCentre Stand & ExSeveral weeks ago a rumor obtained Southern States especially Florida. It is Speaking on the bill to increase the papers erj appropriately print his navy, Senator Beck, said there could be circulation that Mr. F. Cole, who with his tension Tablet, probable that those States will ulhighly Woven Wine. Cot-te- n timately, and at no distant period, become name John 8. Lie. If his father, old Gov. no doubt we had a dwindling navy and wife, her mother and a Utile daughter hid College. Top and Hair been living here quietly since about the thickly inhabited by a thrifty population Wise, could rise from the tomb and see one that any third-rat- e ower would how bis stock if degenerating, he would 10th of November last, had been arreted Folding Bed Loun-ge- i, produc-tivetcf- g as despicable. The condition of the acd tsloiiish the woild with their STANFORD. KY. Bedi & Coti, Wardrobes snd prosperity. It is a fact gen swear even with greater vehemence than he navy, however, was not for the want of by detectives and ctrried South to answer and Sofas, and Everything Elie money appropriated to maintain it Since A charge uf murder and robbery. Your With a Full Corps of Teachers, erally conceded that under the old, easy- was accustomed to in life. Kept in a Fint-olas- s correspondent tried lo investigate the t Fnrniture 8toro- going and slip shod style cf husbandry the Bkotiikk Barnes went to tee Barn urn's 1866 Congress had given m.re money to at the lime but beyond ihe set that Thl. tniiltutlin will 0rn lis Thirteenth hrnlon as given results of which the country is capable ol alleged white elephant at the Zjo. in Lon- the nivy by $50,000,000 than s'rHiitilii(rl hugnr ontt.ej .Monday in rpimor nriu train j for the same purpose from the beginning Mr Cole hd lett an a South-bounproducing have never jet been reached. don and describes it as "a on the 27th of January, in company with brute, with mot- Of the navy until IStlO. But a change of treatment will effect a undersireJ, ALL TllK liHANCllKtl OK A 3RL. two strangers, nothing could be ascertained wonderful revolution. Modern experience tled ears and a streak dimly RKraniKjMs RELIGIOUS. except that abut trn days later the bal-- i THOROUGHENGUSHCOURSE haa developed the fact that there is really discernable alone his face and trunk." It Eld. Sweeney's nietticg at Paris clesed ance of the Tamil went to Nashville. On a very small portion of actually unpro- not even approaches whiteness and the fc Alt Uufht, aa wrll aa Tnedav, however, a lady who made Ihe with 40 additions. ductive land on the glebe and it will soon British pronounce it a "Yankee sell." LANOUAOEt), DHAW. hdUjli'r,.K ' "1Bf,nn". "1 lnllan.,.,11- TUB Rev. W. K. Aibill. who went from acquaint slice of Mrs. Cole while here, MUBIC. INO AND PAINTINO. "aim." j. V!"WBr" v " tkmotstrate that this character of terrilo The House sat down very heavily on A pen. t H.M.m 1 letter from ! ry is not largely located in the South. The Gov. Knott's veto of the Cincinnati & Cov Louisville as w missionary to Jamaica, I'howed vour r"aM and rtuarr llaro .iLv.l ."" oer wnicn explained the whi,e myalcry j .& J."J I,,'""""'""' "" ""taw I -.thing mainly needed is a icientific analysis iBglon Pier Bridge bill. And while the has begun publishirg a paper at King, , at n.l aull as fjllow,: Mr. Cole left here at ihe! - -- of the roil and judicious selection of crops are about it we would like to see them try ston, Jamaica, called the Chrutian Home ....... "" time stated with two sirangrrs who reprelo Tuition, prl. ra.ne from IIS to 140 In th ,r,r,' tni asd industry will do the rest. Hilar riitmtou. lYImarr, ttt; InUriaollaU their hand on the two vetoes effecting this Journal protracted meeting will follow the sented that Ihey owned a mill at ChattanA B ; ritparatoiy, 10. and Lollmlal, too. A motel controversy has sprung np in county. They embody ihe nine principles dedication of the Biptist church, lo be ooga and wanted him to lake charge of It aa lo Board, AcaJdr y For for the remov- involved in the bridge bill. the West as lo conducted by Rev. I'.T Hale of Danville. cfiering him high wages as an inducement. ItKN.full partleutua. N. V, TKIir.lt f.AKT. frlnrllml, Stanford, Lincoln Co., J&y. al of cattle to and from the graa'ng ranges Mr. Tupper, who preaches the dedicatory Mrs. Cole went en lo state that when the LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. IXSUUAXCK! jusd the market. There is an increasing sermon, next Sunday, being unable to men had lured her husband beytnd the Both Houses have passed a bill to es annual drive of cattle from the Southwest, Seven'First-Olas- s remain. He La accepted the cell to the limits of Kentucky they arrested him en a Companies. sad in order to oppose this, large cattle in- UbIUh a board of commissioners for Boyle Louisville church, at a salary of $3,000 a a charge of robbery and murdering a d countv. terests on the route have bought op and 1 sgent at Corinth, Mum , last Noveni The House has passed bills to incor- year and will go thence April iletrl In Crab Urchant, hair rmtsd the enclosed extensive tracts of grass and water, e. ber She said the J l.Mik the ac- - knou ,ihs Karrla llcuw, nflttr.1 and r.'urnl.h-rJ. i'illl.irH,.tUttMtio,i. porate Pittsburg, in Laurel county, and FRANKFORT, XENUCMT. In run It in Jtil-tliII and 'ie ttyl, (lt-- i JlMw thus catting off necesnry supplies. Routes .....1 ..1..l I.. :.. 'rtls.il rnn In f Yoseraite, in Caeey. ipttlal aiKt'l. li to tratiilrnt cistim t via through the Indian Territory are barred by N Editor Jnttitor Jhtm: close cor rinement for nearly two weeks net wrrclal tratsleta lll nnd tpltndM sa.upl n.Hi I The House by a vote of CO to 13 piss tfoud fur Hi enforcement of treaties and can cot be obFhaxkkokt, Ky., Feb. 2Sth. It is cot allowing hlra to communicate with her or fiUl todliplay llirir Irntralaod arronnaodall'.na Kanlucay. I will aot lliuw ed the bill incorporating the Covington A cbarnc of ll Llrry Hiable and will probible that the Legislature will remove other outside persons. At the end cf that alia hate HTANrtmn. KV. tained even for reasonable compensation. Cincinnati It luppllrd with (nt horxt and On Pier Bridge Company over Gov. irp the capital or vote the toO.000 inked fur to llmemessjges flora him reached friends turnouis Tlila "Ill not Intrrltr with my The cattle men of that section have decided W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor. Knott's veto. complete the public buildings here. The in Pulaski and Nashville, Term , who went Fnrnitnre and Undertakers Trade, to apply to Congress for relief.' Their plea The Senate has adopted n resolution to is that it is more consonant with public contest between Louisville and Lexington promptly to his relief and when the trial As shall r t'BUf I" ksrp a lull Ha f ihs 1 t HluofMjcf, ViU, Kltht rouii. t appoint a committee to examine into the i. 0j , .. will keep the seat of government at this Cimsntl it r.a ..-- .. for .,.. rV1 -- ,.. xu,u..u,r.uUkm pa in inc . . ,,.r. , good to have guaranteed a right ioriU4IO( Kallrry. (On. ..-- .. ruu-.- a .!,- - v.uir affairs of Ihe Register of the Lind Office ntjiiitii-mn to good altrart Ions. Addrsas ointr raiwrnT n.miw place some year- at least and may reiult hundreds of milea awsy from the scene of cattle trails than to donate large privilege for the J- term held by Ralph Sheldon. Cor MTn'lffnd!if - " ,.Sli, in its perm inent location on the binks of me tumc woen waa to railroad companies and then pav them rect. it commuted, mat ce I'HICK'.N- the rest of the territory as a bonus for acThe Hone very properly refused to the Kentucky. wis a man of irreproachable character The bill providing fjr the erection of a and incapable of committing; anv cri cepting. George Smith, who contested branch penitentiary has passed ihe Lower the seat of Representative Madden, of Hanin snort lit inncctnee a inide so --J.G. CiciL, lleglsterof the Land Office, House and it will no doubt pass the Senate i en inai wic ui'ivciiTes paid all ripenees died in San Antonio, Texas, Tueeday. The cock, the amount of 52S5 he claimed for THE INTERIOR JOURNAL and become a law. It is an absolute neces and cave Cede J'.'OO to let the matter drop. days of his official life were few and fu'l of expenses in doing so. If the National sity, unless the convict leaee system is Mrs Cule enclosed clipping from a i'ult-k- i FOR 53.50, trouble, for after a month's usurpation of House would adopt the same rule we would maintained, against which there U a vigor-opajier and the NssbTille Hammer nbuw-inthe office by Sheldon and the imrnssment not heir of half the contests. E. II. BURNSIDE, remonstrance throughout the State. Lrangfllil, eimi(r e. R,rttt, or. Th III.Mountilii The bill to prohibit tho sale of spirit-onTli all the above statements to be true. It of thoee who claimed that he had promised ,., . -j If,. ,hc The death of J. G. Cecil, Register ol ahould be added vinous or malt liquors in the counties h.a Tn'07 , ,J tint while here Cule and This Old them clerkships, he was taken sick and - Known and a llook ol Woll the Lind OtHse, makes a vacancy for the .7iT ""-- i uu.n.iinii tinir.1 cloth with hisfaaiilr were quiet, people, was traveling for Mb health when he died of Rockcastle, Laurel, Clay, Jackson and Hotol Still Maintains its iti iMMonii ci1r:Ml,rM;.tn ,.fravli,B of Governor to Gil. Under the law he will who lived economical! and paid or what Under the law the Governor has the right Owsley under a penally (if not less than High appoint fur the remainder of the term, three they got. As well as In thr baik fly l,ar.- -l can be asc rtained, to appoint his successor with the advice vm nor more than 1UU tine, 10 percent, rac slmllra and a half year. Tne salary is $2,000 a AN ,u ,,( i,,, ol lBk lf or start the men who ili 1 this brilliant C) piece of and consent of the Senate and the Courier of the proce ds to go to ih informer and year, with two clerks, one at $1,200 a year, detective work were the same who regis Its Proprietor is Determined that Journal intimates that Ralph Sheldon the balance to the school fund, was disdai,"'"""' lu 'impact lorn, his '." n the House Tuesday and referred lo the the other at $700 Already there are said tered at the Clemens Uaue on the 25th cf it Shall be Second to no Conntry rn..! Thf prlvateul-n- ' """I'1"' history of toelands a fair show of getting tho appoint-xoen- t. iol Hotel in the State in its Fare, lnmo.1 ...tur-o- f lh. .. ...5 ar, rerfal put" committee on General S'atutes. The bill to be some thirty or forty applicants, with January, as J. C. MtOuin, Nashville, and mad. We are confident however that llcforth-fl.- it Hint. In Una Appointments, or AttenIhe allows manufacturer to sell in quantities many counties ye', to hear from. Prom- A. Kicker, M.n real chapter. SI K.PrtETM ths hlslorrVallh Knott is not so far lost to the feeling Got. tha tion to Comfort of -"i";'.?1. '," a,",!"1 of 20 gallons and over. It was afterwards inent mong the men named in connection " their Ouests. of the public, to do so rash an act. bould In ROBERT H'WAOE, with the place are Col. Tom Corbttt, the Kentucky homa. and ,,ould c.rtalnlr U own.5 pveed. present chief clerk of the Land Office, CapBadieville, in Scott county, which has The Dayton (O) Jonrnal of a recent date llaticaas nlll br roBveysd to atd from tbs it, MO TES OF CURRENT EVENTS. I... than S3.S0. By txtUI arranasiu-n- i with th- - .ullmr tain Joe Norvell, Judge Beckner, Mr. lung been contending fur the reputation of frre of sharps. Kprrlal atromraodatlta. says: "Robert MeWade was greeted by a irnovM lo.Crw York. I... .,k-.-. . who wV'fi to f onmrrrlal Traislrra. The liar will ;.,!,. South Kenlucuy College at Hopkins most lawless of the many lawless Mr. Cecil, brothbeing the of Breathitt county, the eholreat irTj:r;.ihVr,,nM' "'' ""hi-wki- t large audience last evening, when he p ala;i aipplltd withsad Dcara. Kraadanf I.lqanri towns in Kentucky, has at last succeeded in Tille was damaged to the amount tf $13,-00- 0 er of the late Register, Maj Alex Grant, pea red in his well known ih.S,irJ.hl!.1.l'2,.,r" C",,,J )K'l'r r rtariira" alnn,. thf. two characteiizitions by 6 re. for 13 50. Addr-Judge Boone, of Princeton, and others. securing beyond peradventure the coveted U . I'. of Rip Van Winkle, and was received by lTsiOM JuiNat,UAVIOM, At Columbia, Ky., tftanford, Ky. Champ and They may quote Col. Talbott's age, repeated Three distinct shooting af distinction. TraJi- Mark. MKRWIM'hHI'KC'Il'It', applause. Mr. McWade's Rip fairs occurred there in two days, in one of Rude Fitzpatrick will suffer the extreme seventy six years on him, but he makes Van Winkle wLn written by Jl'rt ivjO himself, and INK , The (Jront English Hcmeilj, DAiNVILLE one of the best members ol the Legislawhich an Englishman, name unknown, was penalty of the law for murder. ajs rjmv: la a isdecidedly the most natural intvrpretulon A bill prohibiting the mailing of ture all the same. He is always on the pulilve euro for Wrak Mrtno. cut to death by a rough named Jones. of the pretty vagary hich Irving dedica- - j ry. U.M of Drain I'owf r, Nsron Then Reuben Whitson was dangerously newspapers containing lottery advertise alert and no oae does more work or sticks ted to the Catikills, Kxbauetlon, hrinlnal Wraknw, Theie is a more mark Iinpotency, and (Irntral of ments wis favorably reported in Congress closer to his seat. He is popular with shot in the arm and Ilinton was perhaps I'owrr ol tho (Isnrratlfa ItrRana, ed vein of pithoa in it than in Roucicatilt' Speaker Carlisle's wife gave her first everybody and in short makei a model nit all illK..a&a Ik.) r..ll..a . everelyshot by White, another farmer, be version as played by Jeflerson, and Oaf ere liklnr. ounc ol youthful linnrudsno m cause he allowed his hojs to raid upon his card reception in Washington Tuesday. member. such tux a more agreeable picture of the character aa I rirrsaol maiurel yrara, lo too Tra.t. .I.rlr. During its three hours' duration fully nlvrrtal Uaaltude. rain Judge Payne, the member from Bowling faTm. Luck, DiiunrM of Vltlun, of Rip and his frau. There is a moral Green who has been persons called. has resignAt;s. and many oiler dla-fManufacturers of Mr. J. Haivthohne Hill, who haa done sentiment to it in which Mr. Roucicault's that lrad to Infinity or Miles lVtty accused of the rape of ed, It is believed that Clarence McElroy In of much admirable work for the Louisville Miss Cor dramatization is imperfect. In Mr, Rouci- Weaknfu thr all raaea acta Kemalo like Mr Vannort, in Hardin county, was will be sent up unanimously to fill his k DoorH, Niihl,, UlliielH, Uinilow Commercial since the Legislative session becault's version for ezample.the last act clos- charm, relorln lou or fadlnij lg- taken to Louisville for safe keeping just place. r, Eltlnir to tne eye a brilliant gan, has been recalled to his position of in timo to es with the old, unfortunate sot, gray. haired and sparkling Mauty. to tnechrek rHHrJ--4Vlk save hi nock from a mob. OANHLLE. BOYLE COUNTY. nutl Door Frit nun, Mold-ii-Keditorial writer on the paper. Mr. Hill is After Taking, and infirm, drinking to the dregi the same tne rosy Llooom of hralth. Tho proposed constitutional amend. BiTMerwIn'a Spoclficla sold by all Driitfxiila at Mr. Francis Ilannlxan and Misa Marv cup that destroyed all his a young man whom the 3 oeman spitefully ment of Mr. Springer was happiness. Mr. SI i;r packaKP, or six paclsgsa for 5. Also by Introduced for O'Brien were nmr'el at St. Paul's church mall, iioitaKe free, on receipt of price. intimates is not as handsome as he might reference in the Ncrnll Haw MeWade perceives this moral In pampdtt, which BlrJ'ull House. It extends the on theniorninuof the 2Cth inst., by Rev. in bis version the interposing defect, and mauoa rrve particularsappilraut. Adilrcos allwill l be, but he is climbing up in his profession tocTsry hand of his Presidential term to six yenrs, and render A. J. Brady. The newly married to the aolo roanufactursr, couple daughter stays the cup, and the invocation with a celerity that shows that he h9 a a President ineligible Work, Tnni- II. It. MEItWKX, M. D , Datrolt, Mich, for reelection. The went to Cincinnati on a bridal trip. On gold In etanlord by l'tnny A McAllater and all head to back him, if his face and figure is "May you all live long and happy," comes DriiKKlita rterywhrre. 200-Iterms of Congressmen is extended to three the 27th Mr, John Ward and Mips Lizzie from his llpi unpolluted by drink. This aot to beautiful a Henry Stan ton V. iMtho Work. years. idea of moral propriety is carried ihrouzh-ou- t John Thompson, a good old Baptist Conder obtained license to marry. To what base uses may we come at last Mr. Sam Warren went toSjmerset on of Lexington, went to Crnthiana to meet Flooring, Veiling, Wcnth- the play. Mr. McWade's acting and $1.25. Twice a Week. $1.25. is forcibly illustrated in the case of the with his comrades ot the Mexican war Wednesday. Mr. O T. Sulfield, of Louis- dialect is uninrptssed. Ilia Rip, after the Great Eastern Steamship. She was bnilt last week and got to drinking which he ville, a former citizn of Boyle county, was twenty year's sleep, ie a noble Idea of the The Best, Newsiest and Cheapest rcMoil I.miilier to eclipse all other ships in size, speed and up till attacked with the delirium here greeting old friends on Tuesday. Mr. character and perfectly carried out." Newspaper in theSonth safety, but was a succew only in riu, which kept O. W. Welsh, Sr., is abjent in New Orleans And other Then he cut bis throat but was so great as lo make her unmanageable. tremens. llyourtrcatb is oflenilv.), your nostrlla fetid failing to sever the jugular he will probably on a business trip, ilia granddaughter, Semi-Week- ly A number of fortunes were squandered on live. Miss Lizzie Metcilf, went with him, Mr. and itled with putrid matter and yon tro rapidly her and now the Eoglish governmenf has Upward of $3,000,000 in gold has been John Purcell and family, of Ohio, who are becoming consumptive, uie I'apllloD Catarrh fure; you will be purified and permanently cured, For become her owner and she will be used at withdrawn Everybody thoii'd take It, It glvee the latest from the U. S. sub.Trcsanrr traveling to Tennessee,' their future home, aale by Mcltoberta A Btagg. week-Ile- a nea dayt In advance of the AUo Dcalen In Gibraltar, as a coal hulk. in Niw York, the effect tf which U to in well equipped wagens, passed through and forlesa money. It la OKMOCHATIO, What will cor Whooping Congo T Thai li a at the lime lime l.SUF.rCNOEMT In polltUa. but It A town on Wednesday. TnE qnealon aiked every day. We can answtr Uiat we contain, the Mt news summary; the heat reading zeal ol the pension practically place gold at a premium. brokerage firm has offered D. N. Prewitt bought on Wednesday have louod the remedy In Tapillcn Cough Cure. matter; the beat edltorlala and Ihe beat market f agent is becoming tvtiy dy-morof one appafor only HI. US per year. ! rent. The much lauded "good Samaritan" per cent, to call $1,000,000 in gold at $1 01 from G. Graham, of Cumberland county, It never falls and can le administered to Infanta fur twelve months. Similar oflers are be- 4 oxen weighing about 1,100 pounds each, without danger. It la perfectly barmlen. Kor Bond for Spoolmon Coplos. is manifest failure when compared with ing aale by MeRoberta A Htagg. made by banks and speculators. The Call on ua or write for prices We kMr Every lirinsr, every ran chant, every trader muit him. lie has not only sought out and re- gold withdrawn is presumably for ship-men- t, for $230; 2 others from tame party weighl.nr. haveli. tiubecrlbeatonre. The proprietors of the lieved treTj possible case, but is now try-is- jr but the effect will be Ihe same if it ing 2,000 pounds for $130. lie also pur- ua that Ihey do not buy Taplllon M edlclnei Inform Itemeinber, you get 1H (aperi and double Iho atoekand will do our beat to pirate you In price and quality ol rraterlal. one cent'a droga reading matter given by aa ordinary waekly, to prove to his proteges that tbey are M hoarded. It Is said that banks, antici-pilin- g chased of different parties 12 cowa with or chemtcali. VapiUon, the basis ofworth of all tbelr for Jl. a.T aod It cornea to you twice a $35 each Same denier sold to T that gold will soon command a ralfat la made from vegetable matter grown by sicker than they thought, nnd need more west Hand the money to our agent In liASVXI.t.K I'LAMXa J1H.L VO are placing it in their vaults instead E.. Wood 10 1,100 pound-cattlat $01 each, nearly every farmer. For tale by your county, or remit direct to ui. Mctloterli ialp. Addre-- a of paper. and 4 fat cows weighing about 900 pounds Blagg. THI. I.OUIbVILI.K I'OST. M Woil HUltOEON KNTlT yt For Sale Privately l.liir-itim- lie-lo- w -- - l.y pun-iababl- e ek ENTERPRISE Grocery. r a Ir Iaii!nNtcr, ICciitucIcy, at per-soad- 2-- GEO. D. BURDETT OO.. - time-staine- Lately Making sive Additions ... ... it. ln tt Btt 1 i- n Stanford Female Mat-tresie- g, i te-- r dingy-lookin- d Irlcsi. raror-backe- d C3r. flesh-colore- "Viators Co., J. II. ISuItfwiii currt-atondru- TERMS MODERATE. ?' - '. st ,Ha !,. '"' iJ right-of-wa- Pire.Lightning&Tornado tail-roa- STEPHENS IIOrNE 1 lt. LOWEST XiATES det-crir- .. OPERA HOUSE!, ,...':".. T y - r!..l. "' j "' ,.r tn. I ir'MYERS HOTEL, Lifoof'?,;,"anics STANFORD. KY. Propr and Roputation, a 1 u-.- ut s, d r-i- - ln .k "WS 1 Cal-mes- e, M y - I ' -- m PLANING MILL COMPANY Jo-ep- 1,-0- 1'reina-lurrei- bed-ridde- dc H, IK vrboarillu, The Post. Building MateriaZ Farming r.nnibci one-hal- per-mlu- e -- ISMJ Louliville. Ky, Pauvllle, Ky. Semi-Mttkl- WllLK loading a log on a sledge near They will make by the "scalp"' a good $100. Highland, Hugh Kirkpatrick had both 000, and are credited wiihle intention bones of his leg broken by It getting loore of jumping over to the other fide again Melcnlf & Nice fruits ami candies. Tor a turn, nnd rolling on him. Stanford, Ky., Fobrnary 29, 1884 A.M.Feland has shipped to J. A. Lowe is not often that so distinguished an It Pleasi: do not forct that your account of Kansas, the 20 thoroughbred cattle actor ai Itobert McWade is induced to IOC NOTICES. wan due Jon. lei, and that wc need the headed by that promising young bull come to a town tho site of Stanford and we money badly. Bright A Currsn. Penny A McAlister. Bnv Paints of people will show their apprecia- Bracelet Duke, sale of which we noticed hope our recently. They were in good stock order Nice stook of birthday cards at Penny & IlAVlN'i secured a reduction in freight, tion by giving him a royal reception. McAllatcrV. 1 will hrretfier sell the best bakcrV and looked well. Tho Duke tipped the bread Jew. IIaab Hog Cholera Cure. Penny Lancastkk is earnestly discussing the beam at 1,8 10 lbs. at six Irav es for 25e. S. S Myers A McAlister sole agent. question of a site fjr a female college. The Ukani new slock of every thing in (lie CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTt, owned by funds pre, or will be, on hand, but there is A HOUSK in the West End Jewelry line at Penny A McAlister'. David Itiffe and occupied by Willis Oooch some division of sentiment as to the locaJohn Howard, of this place, was mar Watches, Clocks and Jewelry repaired and brother, with their families, km burned tion. A school of high older ought to suc ried last week to a Miss Green, daughter of and warranted by Penny A McAlister. Fort conghs, colds, Ac , use Compound Wednesday, together with moot of the con ceed in that place and would certainly John Green, of Garrard county. Byrup While Pine. Put up in i!5o and 60c prove a valuable addition to tbe attractions tent. A defective tine wax the emi'e. A. J. Bigler has rented the store Trial sire 10c. McBoberts A bottle. of the fine old town. There seems to be no Stage YutciiuaY was tbe time ret lor the trial doubt as lo the carrying out of the enter- nouse oi jonn .mm la ton and Is now moving in his stock of goods Mr. Edtniston of rival plow as to efficiency in the field. PERSONAL. prise. will assist him as clerk. been made on the The ttial wato hate Mr. Thomah Metcam waa cillid Henry Green returned from the Wegt Couldn't make it -- On Monday evenfarm of Ben Spauldlng, Eq., neir Shelby to Nicholaaville Tuesday by the sudden City. In consequence of the unfavorable ing a party giving the names of W. M. last wiek and says he would not give a death of hit little sister. character of the day the contest was post- - Hudson and Miss Puttie Smith, of Silver good home in Ciab Orchard for a'l the Mu. Kit.aiw FmiKit has cone to Kan-eCreek, Madison county, registered at the country e saw West of Missauri. Kiri'd indefinitely. with Block scd after delivering Ihem, W. It. Dillion bought from a gentle Myers Hotel and at ones applied for mar. A copy of the Frankfort Oominonututih will vleit hit relative at Agency Ford nage license. The young lady was only man pawing through town lal Saturday a 42 Mim Coiinii; Coorr.K, looking an bright bearing date of Feh'y Mth, 18P2, years of age, but they presented what pair of "blccky" horse mulis about 15 has been handed us by Mrs, and aa pretty an ever, has returned from yens old. purported to be a certificate of the con- hands high for which he paid $2J0. 1 lliriolft and several vounir wen are haimr. Catherine Bailey. It in almost entirely Two tramps had taken refuge in W. sent of her mother. She beinir of another MlHsra Lauha Adami and Bailie filled with the proceedings of the Lgls county our clerk refused to llcens F. Abraham's barn on Ihe evening" of the itie Green, of the Wel End, iihI Wednesday lature, then in session and among them, is a On Tuesday they proceeded to Dinvllle, storm when ihe roof was blown off and strong speech of Senator W, G. Bailey, returning from a lengthy visit lo Danville. They re- some falling timber struck ooe of them on but were Again disappointed. Mil. W. II Aiinold, who has been agalnit forming Boyle oounty out of Mer mained at the hotel Tuesday night and on the head which came very near proving visiting friends here for several months, re- cer and Lincoln. fatal Wednesday took the train for Madison. turned to IVabody, Ivaneaa, yesterday Bl'MiLAKY. The stoio home of Fred We have organUtd a "dramatic club," The consolidation of ihe Kmtucky with about sixteen members enrolled. J morning. Cmpion, at Mllledgeville, was broken Into Mr. Jameh Uni) and hi sister, Mis Tuesday night and large quantities of Central with the Chtsapeake A Ohio P. Gilkersoo was elected manager and Helen, of the Weal End, were here this clothing, s and grocories stolen throw.) a large number of clerks out of em- Miss Ljterassistan'; W. M. Jones, secy. ployment. The Treasurer and Auditor, They propose giving an week. Mr Held and hi couln William The post office was also robbed of a numentertainment Mr. E, R. Chensult to Kn ber ol regitred letters, one contained J300 Mr. lironeton, also has to go hut we are once a month (Ilex) go with lor the benefit of cur high hi next Tuesday. Good luck to them. to Mr. J. H. Minks from Crab Orchard glad to know that Gen. Passenger and school. Mil. AND MfW. J. W. McAUSTEM, af-t- Entrance wa effected by getting ucder the Freight Agent, C. L. Brown, is retained as Hud Lesr, a Rockcastle lunatic, who a pleasant visit to their relatives riere, In use anil boring through the H or. No Genernl Freight Agl. of the K. C. Division has been toaming about lids neighborhood Mr. Sam Morse, ol the ticket office, will for several days, frightening left Wednesday for their home in ft. Joe, arreste. women and accompany the ticket outfit lo Richmond, children and Mo. Mrs. Kale Hailey nnd Mr. Mary IXsNDOX TO STANJOUD. KXCUIUION I'KOM ciusing the men much unwill be turned into general headlljwman accompanied them as fir as The manager of the Stanford Opera Houc where it easiness, was arrested here last Siturday quarters. Mr. Morse will then return to on a charge of lunacy snd sent to Stanhas secured of Gemral Ticket Agent, C. P Hern-stad- t, Mn. L. I. Coleman, of Kst with which plsrc as headquarford to be tried. I understand that Atwore, for ihr lenefitof those who wish Covington, secured fire teats by telegraph for the McWade in his ter he will attend to outside business as has been in the asylum before loiee Ihe renowned lliht. McWade performance Saturday night. A agent of the K. C. D:ision. wonderful conception of Kip Van Winkle, parsenger It isrepcrted thai G. W. Jumes will considerable ptrty is coming from there go to the city next week to buy a stock of at the Open House. Saturday March Is', MARRIAGES. Mr J. II. Fish, of Mt. Vernon, secured mo the f jllowing bw iond trip rates to Stan-f- . giod and will hold forth at the old stand by mail. They are going like hot caks. Mr. Samuel A. Light, a widower and Troin Ionlon $1.75; r tn that ilsj Scott Fsrris cirae down to see us last Mr. Fish says a big delegation will Curne 1 75; Eist Iternstsdt f 1.70; Miss Emma daughter rf Mr. B B Young, Saturday snd instead of bringing "his Pitteburg from Mt. Vernon. l Vr, Pirn-Hil- l were married in this county lhi week. Hs-- I IMch $1 W; Livingston brought his handsome hride, -- Mr. W. II. Miller, Crcuit Curt Clerk, hand," he is justly very proud. Miss. of Brwlhcad 75 whom local'matters" Jl :'; Ml. Vrmon $1; " ccnt; Crab Orch- - will be married this evening, nt the resiJames is visiting in Danville this cents (imn S ilphur Binncigesat W. ILHIggin.'. laiher, Mr. W. K. week. chard 45cenl; and Halls Gap '.15 cents dence of the bride's i Oldham, in this county, to Miss Katie Our sick list Miss Maggie Egbert is IlifT nickel cigar in town. Melcalf A Ticke's will be good till next day, but those Oldham.-Bichm- ond Herald, 27th. quite sick Itobert Beddow, an old MexiOwsley. can return en the 1 A. M who prefer it Our friend, W. It. Williams, telephenes is very at Samuel Har Frmi fish on Wednesdays and Sttur-day- s exprrs Ihe same ninht, shortly after the from Hustonville that Mr. Will Robinson, can veleian,recovery low doubtful. ia din's; hi J. W. l tformance i over. Mr. McWade' repu-utiA Murphy's. at Harris is national and all who attend are of Oimpbellsville, stole Miss Florence Drye, iharpis out very nit'e cietter, he bas a and fled very pronounced case of typhoid fever. TimiTrrN pounds tf good New Orleans aw u red of such a performance that is rare the pretty village on the wings of love with her fo Cincinnasugar for f 1 at T. It. Walton's. Dr. Bronaugh, of Stanford, was sent for ly ateu outeide of the Urge cities ti, where they were no doubt made one last last Sunday to consult with Dr. Pettus goods of every variety at botCanned The measure introduced in the .Senate night. The elopement wai plinned In a who is the attending physician on the c ee tom figures. Metcalf A Owsley. by Eepreienlative Smith, of Louisville, is very neat manner. Misa Florence, after We are glad lo report that Prof. Rice is Iome and eee our display of agricultural timely ani salutary. There hai been for packing her trunk, went to the school-hous- e again able to he in the schcol-room- . in the and opened as usual. Inventing lini leraents when in town. Bright A Cur-ra- n. some tune a growing reetiveners Mrs Haight was sentenced in Bing mind under ihe aggreeslveuixa of some excuse, she sent a messenger for bet I hamtnn, N Y, In be hanged April 18 for Experience trunk and then in comrany with her wait cornmi'fioners. IiLMISE New York Firly Uoe, Peer-lee- s the railroad tecessity which ex ing lover, she took the 'bus for the depot, the murder of her husband. Iturbank potatoes at W. II. Hig-gin- .' had demonstrated the and isted for a special power to act between telling the scholars to remain In the room Excited Thousands the railroad and the people. Questions till she had time to teach the train. They All over thelind aregnln,; Into eettaey over Dr. Tin: event of the season Robert were continually airising requiring carried out her wishes and her father, Mr. King's Nsw Discovery for Consumption. Tbelr at theOpera House, Saturday night, by ooTipetent men legally imjiow-ere- d John F. Drye, was the last to hear of her unlocked forncorery by Ihe timely use of tbli remedy caue (lieu lo go nearly great Match 11. to act in the premlies. Hut unfortuflight. LateK. The train was late and wild la ill (raise. It la guarantied to aHlvely HAND made plow gear, saddle and bar nately the board created to meet the nrces the couple came on lo Stanford where, af ure seme Cotijht, Colds, AMlinia, Hay Kever, ness and every thing in the line t W. It ellfcs of the cae, not eatisfied with the ter obtaining the license, the were married Bronchitis, Hoaraeness, I.os of Voice, or any and I.uogi. Trial Bottlea free of tbe Carnon A Son's. All goods warranted. p3eta tbey hold, are grasping afier ex- In the parlors of the Mers House by the at Penny AThroat McAllster'a Prug Etore. Large slte'l tended juii'dictton and a large increaee rf Hev. J. A. Bogle.at 6 o'clock last evening. Cam. at the corner of Main and Soraer-so- t power, which if granted would make the Today they go to their home in Campbells, m:v aivkktisksk.t.. stiects next Monday County Cjurt Hoard the trngi"t political machine in ir villc and we wish tLemgieat LappineF day ' I have something to ehow you. T. the State. In order to meet the exigencies little escapade. R. Waltcn. of the case Mr. Smith's bill is premi'.ed Rock Hen Eggs. I DEATHS have received a full lire of cloths and It nroiH' to .iriinfer to the comnnrsion . . riyiuotb I'.oik Hen g,;i ran be found at i. ... "-- Pf caiinerejt ami am now rnuj i .1..1" 0f the finKing itinu an ine pswers now A Aua't lru James Joslln, an old citizen of the (GiBire next Monday, Ccun-t- v Court day, vll sainted bv those who knew held bj the railroad commission, saves 10 lberts Creek neighborhood, died on the i!7th. spring trade, cell anil examine etful luUhlnj;. llava how to selsct ihin fir ill and stylo. HA-'- . Rupley, the Tailor. Jhe State f 0,000 cr annum now piil as Mrs. E. Fishback, wife rf the tele- your hen wlilng tralr. bring a llttln bMket wtlli you, and get a satla'actory ha'chlne and tales away ptcsentcnl commissioner's salaries graph operator at Moreland, on the C. S. j.'s-i- t Tim wife of Louis H. i.vvt iirnnt.n. the temptation to aggrandire the railrcad, died on yesterday after protracted It is a him with a econd heir jesterday. bidy as such at ihe expense of the public. suffering. Her remains were tsken lo healthy looking girl, perfectly formed, save The'e is a fair prespect that the Smith bill Harrison county for interment. Mr. and Millinery Business For Sale. that it has twelve fingers anil eleven toes. will tecome alaw, audits pasrage will be Mrs. Fishback were comparatively stranWUtilng to retire from the busloeM I olL--r for Dii. Steele Bailey has bought of Mr. J.C. tailed with enthus a in. Jo this county, but were highly es aale my atock of M1I.LINEKY aud Flxturea, on ger! reasonable terms. I would a'ao be pleased If Hays his house and 20 acres of land on tl e as far as known The survivor vary The Bapti't church is complelid inside thoae wbosrelDdebtid to mewtll call and settle. ... . -- -.- uanvme p.ae lor ,vw communl -- KandniMl build has the hearty ijmpstby of the MISS 31. N. LOCAS. " --throueh Mr. J. J. McRoberts, Mr HT "" of Huatonvllle, Ky. 2;.t the kind in this section. It is sltua-te- d ty. ing being in Florida for the benefit of hi about a third further STOCK AND CROP. on the old lot, LAND. health which we learn Is Improving. ! 4 front than the former structure and the arFor Sale, $50 worth cf Fodder J. II Fine Pai.vtino, A bcautiliil hand. chitecture is more of a combination than of Miller, Stanford. Annie any pronounced style, Mr. M. O Nevlus, Having sold my Ka-- n . I will nflVr at n bile sale to I ainted mirror, the work of Mist O. A. Lackey lost a fii.e lluckden mare the highest blildr at my realdtnr .1 mllei A 'skw'-I- t the builder, having originated it after Ike, be seen at Mcltoh-r- i Brow n, can west of Htat.foM n thellu.tonvl Tuesday. of lockjiw is exu ute.l i'h the smU i f s. thorough veiling a number of chinch buildings. It T. C. Robinson sold to Robert Collier OX TimitSDAY. KMC.1, 'SI artist and evinces capabilities of sn irder is (.( red briok, penciled, and in sire is 10x 08 shoats, 10SJ lbs. average, at 4 cents. All my Stock, collating of rsrely found in tuna ten im. The boys have CO feet, with a steeple rising gracefully At a sale in Shelby county, last week, proposed a ra file for It and nearly all of above it, many feet taller than any in town. stock hogn brought from S to 10 cents per Twenty ve.i yourg Stecrt, 4 Cowe, springers, some young Ilrllera, S bead of Horace, 18 hud ' f the 30 chances at $1 a chance have hn-- i The ceiling is liO feel high and there i n pound. Hog', allof my Farming implements, about T5 taken. of a foot from the reir to the puldeclivity barrelaof Corn, some Hav anl Fodder and aotic Frank Rout, bought of John Spoon-amorHousehold and Kitchen Furniture. The cold rain of Wednesday chaiui'd pit, making all parts of the room in full of Hoyle, one pair of walls are handTkrvs. Th gale will be made on a credit ot iboul night to a driving, enow storm and view of the preacher. The for $250. all inontha on al aurua over f 10; that amount and and the window, which mules although the wet ground melted it very somely frecol have nndar, raah. Chlnn A Morgan of Hnrrod-btir- g 2H-t- d ItKVUES n'ULIA31H. fnruished by W. F. Blum, of Louie, fast, a white mantle aoon covered tLc arth. were sold their race horsey twenty two beul, y ville, ehow excellent taste. They are borintervals It fell nearly all night and at $971 each. Maik-lan- d CHEAP- glass and the ones in for $21,365, anaveragc of nnd it is eatimated that had there dered with stained bought $3,025. and in front of the pulpit are very been no melting, tho snow would have the tear Two Galo Chilled plows at a bargiin ground pretty. The former is known as the Cathreached a depth of ten feet. The tocloeout. T. R. Walton, corner Main erine Wheel pitern and the latter the dou hog was right. and Somerset streets. ble gothic head. They shed a mellow and The Herald says that at David SimA ntEHiiiT engine jumped the track near agreeable light, while the artificial lights Mr. C. M. Jones', a few days ao and turned are to arranged as to distribute it thorough- mon's sale in Madiscn, corn brought year- - In order that thov who wlihtoattend tlis psrform- completely np'lile down, landing at the foot ly, futi: p chandeliers being used $2.75 per barrel; hay $10 per ton; 2 ance oi me ueuowncu Acur,CMBt Adolphua Underwood, cattle $10.10 per head and sheep $4.50. of an embankment. The entire floor, nol the aisles only, Is cov- old 1 llOBEICT- Hamilton 1 have a few more No. the engineer, remained in the cab and won- ered with a heavy Uruseels carpet and after the monsteel points, for derful to relate, crawled out pews, of walnut and Clipper Plows, with two e.sr, reclining-bacster had settled itself entirely unhurt. The maple, are so placed as to seat 300 or more sale, at $11 each. Also levernl Moline prices. W. It Willams, track was torn up for several hundred feet persoM comfortably. The pulpit l fur- Plows at " Hustonville. and a number of cars were demolished. nished with a neat walnut reading stand I. Mtrcury says that Chap. In bla (Ireat CbracterUitlon ol The Carlisle In one respect the K. C. R. It., has the and four walnut chain upholstered in Boyce, of Nicholas county, sold a young ! unahaken confidence of thet public. It crimson plush. Underneath the pulpit la horse to an Eastern man a few weeks ago prefera to run its trains on the rail rather the biptHtry and on either eide Is a prepbonght ihe horse House, Stanford Al tbe Opera for $250. List week he than on time. That this is a convenience aration an.l dressing room, which will also Hold It library. bick for $500 and n few days la'er was Hlun. be need for tho Sunday-schoo- l to the belated passenger at least, "3BS!ffiftY I A colored There are two vestibules, with marble for$l,000. trated on Tuenday morning. la steady The Cincinnati cattle market 1 have secured trom C I'. Alraore, General Tick, preacher, who waa a passenger, stepped off tloors,whlch are lighted with a novel swing- Common oris 2J to 4; gocd n exlrn butcher et AReot oft h U A N ,eicurlon rate-- about aide is handy. leu. know- ing lamp that is as ehowy as it tare lor the round Ulp from all itatlona this the train at Lowell ana w 5 to 6 85; common to choice shlppen 5 to ol London. Inc ualve. Tlckla will bj aald on the ing the speed and bottom of the train he The building was commenced last August Hogs Id, Koo i to return on the 7d CJ; stockera nnd feeders 4J to 5 C5. r. putallon of Mr Mew ADE The girded himself for & race and started in and its completion gives to our town an orto 7j for beat. a rf inoance I bat will bo tbe On tit em are firm at 5J for common The passengers crowded the rear nament of which it la justly prond. We lo thlaaectlon. pursuit. Sheep are quiet at 3J to 5J; Umba 5J to C .n Anuiato. lUarved Circle, 73c; other pacta of platform and beta were freely made on the congratulate our brethren of tho church for oenta. Ih house, SOo TkkeUcan b- secured In advance carrying to completion a by telegraphing the undertiKnol. rceult. Juat before reaching Tilnt Lick so suive-sfullF.tcunlonlsia can return by the 1 a. V. Lzpreta In the Chicago wheat pit Jones A m train Sunday. work whic'i will stand as a monument to overhauled the flying tn-i2 the preacher buvlng up at 08 cents the stud orninaln In Stanford till i Ream were HM !'. Hunford Oft.TOK, and climbed aboard amid the cheers of the their gei erosity und devotion for genera- tbey ssld ft few days go for more than $1. era Uouae. 223-- lt Mautger tions. crowd. u nteriarournal Fhisii fih Ht.S.8. Mycra'Hiturdayeven- - 0-al- ey. PLOWS! PLOWS ! PLOWS m ! dry-good- er Iou-iavill- e. 1 ' a a school-teache- THE largest stock of Plows ever brought to Stanford. Sole Agents for the South Bend Chilled Plows, that took 1st premium in your oavii neighborhood, the Louisville Exposition, over 29 different plows. Oliver included. Also sole agents for the best steel plow in the world, The Old Reliable Hamilton Plow, with its. new improvements. Also sole agents for the Frist & Bradley Sulkey Plow. This plow we will put in Iar any man's field and try it against any known sulkey plow and let him decide who. has the best plow, look at it and the price. Also a large lot of Timothy and Clover and seed Oats. We carry the largest and most complete stock at the "lowest living pri ces" of any firm in Stanford. Lu-an- RIGHT k CURRAN ? Mc-Wa- invea-ligatio- llfp-aitl- aflec-lio- n m k' ':: Plymotli .. 1 a - PUBLIC SALS -1 1 GROCER? e, EXCURSION! ST.flLTJg'OJFt.P. six-lam- k bed-roc- k M'WADE Rip Van WinXxle COR. MAIN & SOMERSET ST S, March 1 -i ! rV TF i n re y i. STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. V- - " jtrar uTirrm n.. Sr No More Free S Staaford, Ky., Aatv February 29, 1884 cavalrynun dashing down the the creek in my direction. va opposite 1 fired upon the horse As he regained his od it fell. The cavalryman and had drawn his pis- feet in a moment tol". r oiled to him to mrrcmler, omniareoolj reply wan a discharge from each t,.ilUt iiiflictioe a flesh wounu Mn. .i TOICIUus"rT.i T I.. " IlKU It fllli in my arm He leaped three feet in the the kuew I air and fell with hU face down. I 1 ran snd jumped acrcss bad finished him sV. i.icked him up and laid him on 1.1...U Thahtrtiil kii runninz out of miutii a tor his none and mouth and poured in In rasped hole in his brta-t- . rent from the than it takes to tell it he was lesi time dwd, without lmin sid a word. Then my head begun to siui and I was S'ck at my stomch I was overcome by an horror of the deed I had done. 1 trembled all 'orerand felt a, flint and weik as a kitten. It was with the greate-- t difficulty that I managed to gel into camp. There they laughed at me, but it was weeks before my nervous system recovered from the shock. Even in my dreuun I saw the pile face of the dying civalryman and the epectre haunted me like h Xemeeis long after Iliad got over the first nhock of the affair. It was simply horrible(but in time I recovered and at the close of the war I ww quite as indifferent to the sacrifice of ..cna. humin li.'e a jou could imagine. tor Manderson, of Nebraska. everf surtled ."SoiHithetMeiand deid leare. It I saw a tome lime after midnight that it teals to Kill a Man. to that norl of buslnemjtut 'Oie ud aa sireon beoouiea hardened mancallouswhom The first c in u profusion. i Lili- -I ur before Richmond, when Mc ni.ll.n w,a in couiunnil. I wits doing of piwet duty Me one night near the hank - -oeen huhuuw a creek and had expectmci'..- wdchlal.ai an attack was half cocked and ed I cirried my musket rustle the wind made br wi aa te ,. br.t. m" " ------ The Charleston the fallowing rates for puffs: Toeillaman a "progressive citiien," when It is known that ho is Isztcr than a government mule, $1.70. Refening to a deceased citiien as "a man whose place will long remain unfilled," when you know that he was the best poker player In town, $2 17. Calling a lemale a "talented and refined ladr. a vnluable acquisition to society," with variations, $2 75. Calling a man a "liar" during a cm-paig- n to advoitiee him, 25 cents, with proportionate reductions, if the fight becomes warm. deferring to an old cituen as "a relic of of antiquity," 05 cents. lawjcr "aiegai Calling a newly-mad- e light of which the profession should feel proud," Sl.25. Extra rates are charged when the party is well known, as it takes more to counteract the influence a long residence is supposed to exert. Parties furnishing their own notices stereotyped, 13 pica ems wide, resdy for use, mn Iiafi0 nr cent, reductiou on above be charged in Candidates for office to their wealth as a guaranty proportion that their promises to their corstituency will be fulfilled. We usually require that their first year's ealaiy be left with us as a guaranty of good faith only. Dresses. A great fuss is being kicked up because some of the ladies at the White Nouce reception wore extremely low necked dresses. Thai they do appear in ccstumc very much abbreviated from the neck down, That the thero is 10 sort of dispute. costumes aie wearers of these wtdl.fivored and pleasing to look upon, I have heard no cne-- at least no gen'leman complain, It is my belief that the up roar has been created by eome of the lean and hungry ladies who could not safely prsuue to appear in similar rig, and that they have communicated their opposition to the decollete costumes to sympathizing That would be lady correspondents.' enough It ought to be said that the and the wearers of the lowest dres-e- s bust that lire leally worth cxr oing to a curious public, arc the ladies of the foreign legKlion". It is sometimes embarrassing to be obliged to stand bv one of thes chsrmirg creatures, as she sits on one ef ihb sofas in the corridor, with a suberb costume of nothing but a piir of straps from the arm pits up but then one is obliged to accustom himself to many strange things in this coimopolian city. Washington Letter. Low-necklow-neck- Pufis. Herald has established The Baby Act. "Some very funny thing" nave happened with childfcn in plays, but the worst occurred to a siar," said Usrtley Campbell to a reporter. "I think it was Ada Gray who wan coins to nlar 'East Lynne' In Rich mond. On her arrival for rehearsal on the morning of the performance the child who wi to play 'Willie was nol forthcoming. The staee manager assured the star that he had a baby who had often played the part before and that it would bo all right at night. Hut the child was ill and couldn't come. The manager put his smallest ballet girl in the bed, but as she could not memorize the lines he got under tho bed d with the prompt book. The star was when the saw the length of tho child lying beneath the clothes, but she struggled bravely on. When the prompter's voice, disguised, but still harsh and hoarse, came out, star and audience alike tittered, but the lady made an effort and threw herself in simulated agony upon the bed. The property man had forgotten to take off the casters snd away it rolled, leaving the stage manager and his prompt book fully revealed. That was the end of 'East Boston Post. Lynne' for that night. stsg-gere- DlvSIlt.UUM: For Rent! . ntoki: Or rilUKKHMUm, 4X U. SORDKTT. HOUM UMvr JT4.Vt nuKDErr uronvn, KY. t W BOWiC. "WEBSTER'S unabridged; In Sheep, Rtmlaand Turkey Bindings. i UnJer tue St. Aiuph Hotel, now oocupW hjlH. MT. VERNON, ItKMtY It.t i; II .. voiiTji.i.y. .. CITY OIUIIVA.JN. ATTOUM3Y A'l' 1A.'V, DANVILLE, KY., Will practice In the Courts of Hoylo an J adjoining counties and In tho Court of Appealt. ALEX. ANDEBHON, Ttmaxror, i J ?Z. "tiW Hi nun tvi TH VI , nu IT ORDAINKH II Y THK CITY COCNCII, Or hrasvaaii. J. n. IK, That It iluil I unlawful for any person to A.t AtlocnoyFiaii.Law, kecpa'orpdln any liom In th city at une times Ani Matter Co inmlatlonnrllockcnilleCirruitCojr, MT VKHSDN, KY more thin tllty (ouoili uf gun powiUr. Will rractlce Id the ItocicaJlI Courts, Collect "d. Thatanr ivrson Piiirlctt ol a violation IX tions a specialty. Oflict) U Ibti Ordinance shall t Hue I not l4i thin flie do are dollars lr cue art nor mare thin twenty otttnt. ttT.-F. HUFFMAN, Sd. This ordinance ilnll laVe rTst from lti pai- Court-house. THE STANDARD. c xfri Tstor liu JTXUJL ( It 118,000 AVonJa .1000 KiiRriM liiffd, snd mk. t 221-- jxo.j. jivtttmiUftN, City Clerk. Tiiiicolu Circuit Court. Donr.ta io maki a. iuor.L. His wifie rKtmoi txranrha Notice Is heretir rIt n that W. M I'onrM and Mary A. Door, lii ir, hare filed ihelr Joint In the Lincoln Circuit Court tmtim Bltl Court to empower uM Mary A I'oot,' to uw, en- Joy. K'll ami concr. tr tier ou bcoeni, any property ahetuiy own or aoiul e, tree from the clilim nr dpliUiiflur huil.tud lo Mate uniraiti, a ulnile woman act to dlpoe tie aod be mrd v. m. .t All the powers of her prop rtyliy wlllor will he set aliore rueiitloncl are prayed fjr -, for liearlri; at Ihe Ma- h )eiin ISM of mid ( mrl. U7 1 V. uth side Main dlreet, two doors abov the Myers UuUl. Pure Nitrous Oxide Oas administered when required. Office yrjltGUON DUNTIHT, arANFonn, ky. on W. n. PENNY, huji't ufScliools JOJQOX TKACIIl!ns.,lHCllX-'st hrtp lur HCIIOI.AH t Webster la Flnmlard Authority with ttV. Ntirr mn Court. H'oriirnon"lt-- by tit fcl.t "A LIBRARY IN ITSELr." it THTTX1 Btanilartl In (o't I'rlntli c ((n L XX, JD eopiea In Public S. I. 8le ao t.) 1 r.f an other irni TtX,C!rTlAldtimakKiiillr lntHM.fi In tltm llloirrntililrul Illrllntuirv. '3 fi 30 Mt;U1. 1 Tho latest cIUIont In the quantity of mail' contains, la tailored to bo tho Lurv-diiu pui.llsheil. tho ntimtor ItliiiaoOOmoreV,'rJanlucrlyt.irti. STAKt'OUn, KENTUCKY. OlB-- e nror Bibt. S LytU'a store Office hour Anesthetics sd from i lolJ a M.anilloSr M U3.lyr. mlnlstercl w ,en nrcrurr TtMltlMt. ($ ie J. It.lH l.'t.lirrl Bh Tk.nnks8F.ean. A coireepandtut oho noticed a ncei.t paragraph in the Tribunt alluding to Uautel Lambert, an Englishman, who, at the lime of his death, at weighed 730 pounds, as probably the record, has ient lo this office a man on printed death notice, in which a Mrs. Amelia Books, of St. Loui, is said lo have wtigLed between l00 and 1,000 pounds. He also sends a uewepaper clipping, copied Whig in 13'Jfl from the West Tenoes-e- e announcing the death uf Mr. Miies at his resiceiice near Lexington, and thus detcribing him: "The deceased was beyond all question the largtsi man in the world. Hiahight was seven feet six inchestwo itches higher than Porter, the eight celebrated Kentucky kjianl. His was a fraction over 1,000 pounds! It required teveuteen turn lo put him in hi collie,; Icok over 100 feet to make bis cotfin-Hmeasured arouud the waist six feet four inches, A fa-te- A dark red, sUer. with hact cue. Liberal rrwsrd tor his return to mc. !1. t T. Ult.l., Ptia'-trl- J. . Thu nml iftllnlijr 61ibC astrrtotlinuttulnrnmlly.- - n tVlliHHr i WARMLY INDORSES) U & T sucliliUh uutlKM-IIIcas IU1V Itiw O'". lUnrrnfl, i. Win. II. I'rrsrott, . .lolin C t .Iiilitt I.. Mntle). W. It. IliitirlU, I IU.. Italleck, .1. O, Hnllitnil. II. II. hmuri, Jiiinr. T. riolil ,.. p. Mnr. Ktra Abliiit, A tit. T. Harris, Krinp 1'. IUIH-- . " ll hvi all t..ni; k.pt n .. n I .n.ir w R.liti,in Irings It ftirij u;.u J j - .W TifU4. Jkitt, Ui. t . . .m.. L'l. iiuilBrX iiinnrvrr-prc'rn- tf KngraTlngs iu an other A . . Hj " CELEBRATED H Jj H 2g CD I Iii T' ' I &3. -. h- 'iiii..,itiM, lv r t ilttiutiin i, ia: .i i S AC MERniAMACO I 1' t tinl.rnlkte.l t . n w nm'ie-- l r' ,litWn.M-- w Hi 1)1 lt PATENT REFERKA'Or. IliJE?:. . .. la- an I lini. cr, i ii. - r t . i I ' -- -- x CD CD 1Z -- ' Ja5 r-- ? QS O ah I ! "3IONON KOUTJG." Louisville, New Albany & Chicago THK V. & CD gi g. "II Railway. LINK Itl'NNINti p o rf OXijV ANI j Pullman LOUISVILLE HrKi In llru s i le Palai'e bOLID TltAINd Carsl 8lTTEBb run fe. TO CHICAGO Tiny K I, , it V . in California. luve discovered California with sulphur fumes that ipricot bleached and then dried in the sun are superior to tboje dried in any othrr manner or that are canned. They regard this fact of very greU importance to the whole State, It enables every fruit culturist, however limited his mean, and however small the product of hii orchards, to dry his own fruit for market, and make him independent of the cumins factoiifs. It is also stated that fmit can be prepired in this manner more cheaply than in any other, that its weight is baiter preserved, and that it is of superior flavor. Large dealers in dried frnit say that the market for such products of California orchards will always be greater than the eupply can possibly be. The United State alone will readily lake all g the fruit of the kind and quality now s produced by the that California can ever raise. Many thouand of apricot trees have been planted within recent date In orchard form in apricots d Southern California. are being sold to California dealers at double the price paid for Ihe best raiains New York 8un. s Since 1831 the foreign immigration ha been decreasing just a Utile. In tl at yiar 720,045 forn'grer landed on our shores. Last jear thee figures fell off 0 about 200,000. Sixty yars ago, when foreigners came over, some apprehension was felt lest the American population would bs overwhelmed. D.irin; the last twenty years we have became acci't mied l a irga snninl influx of the fjreign b irn and takea priJe in ihe movement which has been attended with many gratifying ie suits, although it is a blessing not unmixed with some cvili. The question has been put and amply discussed in the newspapers! whether wes can assimilate the rapidly increasing foreign element. Thus far we havj succeeded fairly; but it is doubtful if at the end of the next fifty yesrs, the European pcpjlalion rontinuicg to overflow upon us, a distinctively American we shall front, as we do to day. Doubtless we shall always be English speaking, hut it is probable tint we shall be a decidedly compos-itNation. There are intimations pointThe Courant, ers to that eflVct, to day. truit-Oryin- g fruit-growebe-insun-drvin- g pr.-cesSun-drie1 prnt e The "dime novel" U a very small vol in xma'l ume, but like pickaje1, it campresei a large amount of destructive energy. It seems to have had a singularly fatal influence over small hoys sinca cases are constantly cited in the daily preai where boyB, after saturating them' selves with such literature, have beenfounp as organized bands of plunderer', or engaged in highway robbery, after the style of the James Brothers. It has recently been discovered that the ureater portion of the thrilling and darkly suggestive stories of the dime novel literature have been written by a "stout, heirty young man," named Badger, residing in Kansas. He receives story and $200 for a t $100 for a t story, and these productions he reels off with great celerity, acknowledging' to his friends that he is "a pretty good liar.' Doubtless if tho young man, who leads a rather secluded life, it is said, knew to what extent his thrilling tragedies have diverted the boys from their studies and led them in forbidden paths, ho might use his powerful pen as a deterrent of youthful crookedness. The Chicago Courant. uitro-glycerin- e fire-centen-ceu- A Rev. Mr. Klrkland, of Texas, is piid so poorly by his congregation that he works in a saw. mill during the week, A few who have heard him preach wish that he would work in (he saw-mi- ll Sun-(Jay, New Orleitia Picayune. teresting experience while journeying on a rsilroad last week. Entering a car he found all the seats occupied but one, bellc!aeh,yct Cartcr'eLlttla Urer PUla aro finally T&luabla In Conmlnlon, cnrlojf and pretrtitlnr side a lady. Seating himself here, he sat thia aunoylnff e.tnpU.&N viiiu they also com ct the litre all of reading a paper until he noticed that the saddlsordcra tho tbs atomach, ettmcliteonly curvd bonds. K ea If th y neatly dresslady, who was a fine looking, ed person, began looking at him, occasionally winking and smiling. The young man turned red in the face and was in the uuk,l"w onirir )miuiaiuiircaiiiiit.uuii,I' act of very hastily leaving the seat, when Datlr their coodtieM tlo' nut end lit re, and tboaa tbeae little iillls Taia- she threw her arms about his neck and who i nnco try tbera will nnii win noi oe wuuw ablet so many waya trial incy to do without ibcm. Hut after aJl sick hta4 declared in a loud voice, loud enough to be heard a block, that he was the only Geiting iti'totiieStickino Point. person she ever loved. The two men who Ooe bvuiiij' as I Has sittin' bj Hetty, and were seated opposite succeeded in calming la thebano of t o many lives that here Is where we had worked myrelf up to the sticking pint, the woman and then explained that she was tauko our great boast. Our puis euro It whl!o othfra lo nut. eez I Hetty, if a feller was to ask you to mar being taken to the asylum. r.Ha arp rrry email and Carter's verv cas y to take. One cr two pUla Diakea dose. ry lum. tuu uu you rtyt" then she atrlctly TiUble and do not pripo or gives a curious display Thcr are puree, but by thrir (tcntle action plcaeeailwho hu;(', and fez Bhe, That would dipenden of A maternal solicitude in teaching her calf usothem. InvlalaatWJccuta: flu forfl. Boii whi aked me' ThensezI, 'Suppose it was by the XedWillu?' Sez she 'I'd tell Ned Willis, to swim. First taking hold of it CARTER MEDICIXP. CO., New York. flipper, and for a while supporting it above but not jou,' That kinder staggered me; but roung- I was too cute to lose the opportunity, and water with a shove she sends Ihe LrjJsvLLE WEELy In -And sleradrifl, leaving it to shift for itself. S3 I stz azain, 'Suppose it was me?' JyJ, JV ,!.; fTf V.) J, A then you orter see her pout her lip, and ashort lime, ihe little creature became exhausted, when she takes afrefli grip on sez she, 'I den't lake co suppose.' Well, S.IVK, PIIOGKESSIVE, POPULAR. it till it has now, ynu sec there was notbiu' for me to its flipper, and again supports The Chcapeat and Best Family Ncwtpajicr In ando but touch the gun off. So bang it recovered breath, after which there is the bouth, other push ofl, followed bj a new attempt ONLY went. fez I, 'Lor' Hetty, it's mc. Won't YEAR. you say yes?' And then there was such to swim, the same prccesi being sevtral All th News Anlrullursl Denertmnt fhllHrpn's Corner Complete Mulct! Imports SparkllDg Iict a hullaballoo in my head I don't know times repeated to the ecd of the lesson Thrilling Stories. I Untj 'zacly what tuk place, but I heard a 'yea' St. Nicholas for March. INTERESTING, INSTRUCTIVE, USEFUL, whi'beriii' somewhere out fo the skirmTo Old sod Young alike. (Subscribe for It. Hiram Dai.ey'h Mislake. Hiram ish." Dalev. of Columbus, 0 tried the emotion II J. Bi'itoLTTE in Cincinnati Enqciii al insanity dodge when charged with hay . er IJy the way, I do love Browning's ing stolen a pair of gloves, but thb judge THE hter-dapoems. So far, vague and dim Btntenced him just the same. Daley 1ms TheT say so much and mean so little, like eerved eight years in different peuiienti- . . .:u a national platform, which starts out with aries ior ateaiiDg uoncs. rr nm j ,t .. ...i! i ' "secin1," and "wbeieis, an wherefore," to learn that "emotional insanity" is genthen points with pride," and then "views uine only when resorted to by murderers. with alarm," and then submits it to the Indianapolis Journal. people, and not one man in twenty reads Cincinnati furnishes the remarkable it, and he doem't understenJ it. Well of a funeral in which the preachers might the iiueen of Sheha exclaim, 1'the lynch law aud were cheered half was not told." You are right, ishebs. clamored for a by those present. If they proro'e to do And the half that wasn't told was, and direction than talk unto this day is, the worst half. The anything more in this about it,hey might remember the medical q'lecn of Sheba was a woman most with queens generally are, but she came very college which buys warm corpses, C. crushed skulls, and asks no questions. near knowing as much as Viotoria, withJournal. out living half to long. OZSTI-- Y David Elmore, a well known citizen of Klckte Btera The New Waterbtiry Wl-The hairs of one's head are all numbered Lunonberg Va , while returning home was Css. hsnriftome, dursl.lesn I wirmnteit Winding, perfect to keep but the rabbits of Australia havo got be- met by n negro, who asked him if lie had time. Ki.TAII, I'llICL Till. WOULD OVER, U.M.. FOR ONE YEAR AND THIS THE COMMERCIAL yond that. Until they are killed off farmWATCH FOR ONLY $3.60, THE TWO ever been lo hell. Elmore replied that FOR THE PRICE OF ONE. ing will be almost impossible. About he had not, and the negro said: "It Is repuCompany The have been poisoned without mak- time for you to be there " and fired at tation Wsterbury Wslch best cheap has a Nillnnil WorlJ, Wstch In Ihe for making the not one is sent from Ihe tact rjr without Iming tain run ing the slightest Impression upon their twice, but without effect: The fur sla dsrs and carefully regulated. Itruua 7 hours Elmore for wltnllng, an4 swarming, teeming proliflcnes-i- . The are negro attempted to run, but Elmore sho with one the Farmer's will but the years. Wslch'lhe Watch, TbU Is Miner's T.sborer's Wstch, the Dor's Watch, the bchool Uirl's not indigenous to the island, but have all Watch-- in fact, ererylwdrS Watch. him dead. upon receipt ol i.i.oo uy registered uuer or money come from a pair taken out there many order, the Watch nlli lorwnruea It rnall or "I should like to hear you sing some with charges prepaia, Leand the COtfMEUXIAL raireai win ue years ago. This is not the only evil which gentloman to a young mailed regular rly for one year, postage free. day," remarked a the world Lna suffered from a single pair, ANOTHER OFFER. lady who was studying music. "I shall be twetre Subscribers to the For a Club "If I Lave ever used any unkind words, delighted. I have the song with me now, niMMKIlt'IAL ofand SW.lJO, the getUr up cfWEEKLY Ihe Club one of I ha charges prspald, Hannah," said Mr, Smiley, reflectively, "I and will sing it for you." "What song?" will be presented, llcoil S.1..7) anywhere withevery whero. and Watches, which will take them all back," "Yea, I suppose you "Why, Some day." ''Ahl yes. I meant Bend for saupls copies and go to work. Address want to use them all over again," was the some other day when I shall have more THE COMMERCIAL, pot very soothing reply. LOUISVILLE, KY. leisure." The excavation of the St. Gothard W-ncost many lives. On coming out of the tunnel the men described the sensation as being like a sudden plunge into icy cold water. The hot, humid air affected the digestive organs very much, and produced Intestinal worms, which caused the deaths of a great number of workmen. Horses were similarly affected, and died Several eminent doctors who rapidly. studied these peculiarities pronounced them as being due tp the want of aeration and the poisonous gases evolved from the blasting operations. And they reported that during the working Lours the men were always in a high state of fever, which was succeeded, when the work was done for the day, by cold shivers and collapse. With thee experiences to guide them, the engineers of the Simplon have necessarily made the question of ventilation one of serious and anxious study. el Ihe Chesapeake A Ohio Itailroad has decided to put upon its pasenger enginro steamboat whittles. At present six engine are thus supplied and eon all the passenger engines will hae It em. They will be very convenient, both to the public and the employes of the road, as indicating on the approach of a train whether it is parsenger or freight. The Staunton (V..) Mndiei tor, in commenting on this innovation in railroading, says that the whistle can be A brakeman en heard a great distance one of the night trains coming to Staunton from tLe west the other night says when he got Lome his wife told him she had hcaid the whistle at a distance in the still niht air, had gotten up, made a fire and cooked his supper by the time be reached home. It turned out that the whistle she had heard had been blown at North Mountain, about thirteen miles distant. A young man of I. S ( 11 I i a.,- - li lit uril i lb i v , III r. H.i i H tr fir hi- i: i - tm ' hi .t rlu't. i I ii . III. pill II ulld r'itlU.-i- . nu HI t il'Mil I i . h Ui'itr I. ..li 1.. d rhifl.- - iM"ini nt rlwi mM'tn -i i i !" II . lrc. 1). in u I p'l) i ,, .! I milt mi ' i). it it e,jl IniUri.il lio i, - it !')' -- .it! I'. J (trerncnstlr. ('ranfurdstllli', Ijirnyctte and Chicago without change. T1MK TAIILK. nTAIIUNM. I ) Iniai the Kaoi N, It. It. arrlre In IawI.tIUs late the erralng train ef the "Mmoo Itoute' anJ tv through In NncK.-l,jen(- tlranca of to .jtt -A ers ma'rr-l- l. a- il . I '1 I r ii i. sic b.t . . Iltili'dlcittml wbh (3 i I a. oc Islly 7 I Itslly." m S IS in 2 61 in 1 & m o n g iJict IrJ J Lte Umiarllle Arr (,rrersiih ' (Ytwlurttirllie " llsyHte. . ... . " Ch.,ai( .. 1 M . ul IS i a ta pin in I IMi mi 4 11 1 pru :e pm CARTERS ITTLE The suvstillrMl ruute, With Mil uhaie of cn, to all "WnU In Wlwio.ln, MtneMoU. leva Nebrula, Ac Vat lurthrr lnforuulUn. s.IJriM !- - ML' Kit AY KlM.I.KK. (I I1. Iulitltle, , Ky :HPI LLS. sN SVER CHESAPEAKE AND 01 fit, East Kentucky's filck Ilcfwlache and rclicTO all Cic trouMea Incident to a billuua Ut uf Ihu eyslcci, auch as . U.strcsa after catinif, Nanaea, Droaf' I'aliln the Side, Ac. Vh.'i thHr moat maarlc-abl- e succtsa h: been shown in cariog -- Uoutc V Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. Theonly line running Knats Citjr had an In- SICK PULLMAN NEW 8LEEPIN0 CASS HEAD raoti THK I.TEHIOR JOVKNAL LotiiNYllIcClncluiiHii Hud STE1AM JOII OFFICE Ky., - jvry Kliul or Printing Hi Do"WASHINGTON CITY. ily prlcen. A SOItlDTRAIN Lrx-lugte- a, W. I. WALTO.,IHOI. CENTRAL r rja H. B Connecilng lo same depot with fast trains lor ACHE . KEHTUCKY The Direct Roato to Lynchburg, Dan villo, Norfolk, NewYorls.. Points. , All Virginia and North Carolina T- OFor tickets and lurtber Information, apply to your nearest ticket office, or address W. -- THK MOST D&jIRABLE ROUTE seal-moth- CIBrCINKAlI! And declJedly the Popular Route, affording, as II does, less changes aad superior accomuiodatlona tc .. (CJ J. Ilgso, AJierllilcg Aft W. K. Mnln W.,Uul.Tlllo, Ticket and Pass. Ait , Ky W. FITM.KK, (len'l I'aas'r Ak"t. Virginia. AKOLI),r t T Missouri, Iowa, Kama, Texai, I . W. SMITH, (leu'l Msnacer, Ulchnion.l. II. i. $l.00A The North, Northwest an J Weit In fact. If you oolite mplate a trip la any Jlmtlon, your interest will be best served by purchaslDK your ticket tIs K C and Cincinnati. I'ullman raltca ars; tie-gtNew Day Coechea, and handsomely furolsh-c-- l Reclining Chair Cars form the unequaled equipments of this Old Reliable, thereby maklnij a trip orer this line one ol luxurious comfurl end pUaaure Try It. TIMK TAIILK. IN EFFECT KOVEMUKU is, lU lime herein la 10 uiluuUs loi'f than tluie hcrrtofore glrcn. -- TAKE THE- - 01 & MISSISSIPPI I W. South. (iiilPKton Falmouth . " Cytilblaaa. Arr. I'arla. I.ie.'1'arls Arr. l.nltutoa., Lte. I'arla I No. i. 7 V No. I. 2 No. 18. m A SFLBUIDIID OFPEl Le. y i:-- i ce II V) a in' 6 00 p in', tl It p in ti 10 p iu .. 0 00 i ui ii MUlersburi; J JO p m Carllilo ..( 0 10 p tr 8 10 p m Msrsrllle Arr. ., 11 06 a iu 00 p ui LTe. ls. Winchester ... 12 31 p m 7 40 p tui 2 U) I Ul i 50 p in 13 15 p in Itlcumond I '.'U p m 4 00 pill Iincuter I 4 10 pin Arr. Mtsniord June 3 00 p iu j 15 a m 2i a ui 10 &5 a ra 10 I) am I S G II p 15 IS p iu 00 p Ul p ml East,West and North IOl'ISVILLK to the lUst aud the North, ttw Parlor Cats to Cincinnati and Palace Hlceplng Can to Cincinnati Washing-Iollaltliuurc, Philadelphia and New Vork, without change. 3rp.OT.r,"Cslrom n, Nokth. Lre. Htanford June Lancaster .. Hlclituond "no7i7 No. 3. No. 17. h, $3.50s , m 12 30 p nil ru, 1 (8 p m 2 10 p ui in( mi 2 60 p ta mi 2 oo p m, m, 2 M p ni ., TB5a m 2 5oTTin... Paris.. 8 80 a m, 3 24 p m Renthlana... 11 435 Falmouth ,031am 6 10 p uii p in1 CoTlngton Ill 10a m Arr. No. 25 Lr. Lex. 5 40 a in, Arr. MayaTllle 8 40 a u No. 27 l.T. Ui, 5 05 p in, Arr. Maysrllle 8 10 p ru No. 26 l.T. Mayatllle 5 10 a m, ArT. Lex. 8 51 a ra No. 28 Lr. Mayarllle 12 80 p m. Arr. Lex.3 40 p lit No, i I.r. Cot. 5 00 p ui. An. Falmouth 7 00 p m No. 5 Lv. Falmouth 8 65 a ra. Air. Cor. 7 60 a m Not. 3 and 4 dally hatwrta Richmond, Lexington and CoTlngton; all others dally except Sunday. l fl 40 a .i 7 10 a 11 7 30 a 7 55 a Air. Paris- 7 00 a Lie. Lexington... 7 05 a " Tails Arr. Tails Lre. Mayarllle Winchester ... 9 00 a tn,l2 U 40 a iu, I A0 piu 8 40 a m 12 25 piu S 43pnl 7 00 a Ul 2 OS p Ui 7 M a m 2 M p nij,. . Mpu ar.LOLlh and Northwest and houthwest. with Palace thoWrst. hlccplnj C'ara ou night train, LouIstIIIa lo tit, Louis. JrailXS lO Hours LOOK AT , i isOUisvir.z.E JST. LOUIS. to Carlisle MUlersburt! from LOUIHVII.LK to 2BTVT''S-sa- ' IN DIANA POLLS, CIH CAUOapd the North, with Day Coachea and Hv cllnlug Lhalr Cars through without change. Til 18 J p. T,f?25C-- ,u',Eipreaa (dally from IiulaTlllo Cnra from LouliTllle to New otK without change, arrUIng at Washington Ul. next day-H- ours nadTanceo other lines, thereby socurlng hours time for making change ol cars aud gsttlnn more llrat choice of seats In cars of connecting lines. to ""or lnea to Indianapolis and only line glrlng its patrons a e ride along the shores of Lake Michigan. For tickets, ratea and Information pertaining to ximt mP. Ae.,T apply to Jfr.,,.ck,u' time, connections, Ac, call on or addreaa W. B. McKOBEBTS, Aomt, a,,il9,WN.' "'"'rn Passenger Agt., Htanford, Ky. 8. t. Lot. lourth 4 Main au Loulsrllle C L. BBOVYN. O. W. BENDEH, W. W. PEABODV, W. B, SnATTUC, 0.n'lPaaa.AFrUJljl Hunerlulendsnt. Oa&'J Manager. Qeo'i Agt CoTlnitoa UncInnaU. aaa. &irrt. An. OEO.n. McKINNEV.Tra Ky. J. D. mtL, Faiaengw Agant, Lebanon.Ky. Htanterd, Ahoad of All Competitors, EmlgranUandHome.SeekirsTlathet.iM. Il'r liaTe Ihrough Day Coachoa on all trains. Hae no tuldnlgat changes Arrlra at fit. Louis 2 Special Rates Emigrants. ,.,!?,if " 12-- rf'' pengr