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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884030401 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. Jletitt VOLUME Scmi-S5tccMX.-NUM- -- H Hi ntefio 7 STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. MARCH 4, Be Somebody, CARHARD BER 510. 1884. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 229. ! n ntct'iorournai W. 1 WALTON. fut)Unhril TiifHilaiin iitiif I'rtttttv, fC'J.OO XKIt ANNUM In ailraiirv. II w 82.no will Ik Winn paid alrlctljr wilt nor Hint, lnn to GEO. O.BARNES in ENGLAND Wki.i.and Horn:. J, ) all were admired in turn, with many thlnua not mentioned, Iet tlieeniitneia'ion ahoiild Hut it U one of the nicxt inlereKl-in- g weary. apota in LnnJon. The whnlo thing in now in iIih hand, of the legal profe'finn, thcecc!eplaticil oriler bring extinct, or onlr living in xhrdow in one of Ihe iki;re ol Free Manonrv. The Inner and Middle Temple are, in law, what the differing col lee in univerriile are. Tucy are flmply law reboot for training btriiterr; like other place of the kind, except for die interne flavor of anli'juitv thnt cllng to every apartment in the great iamb ing building. Vr lnttt(or Nkw IUiiitKr. Hkkth, Km. : VI. (Contlnunl fmai "X rv Without entering into the controTtr-j- r at nil, wo liml .1 lonk .it (lit creature, wMlotlrhantj chatted hIiIIi- - in HiiiJurtani with Ihk Tintivu knnraiiil tpnit a iiiMt cnjohhle in the wonderful place-- . Here T met Moody the fir-- t tiin in rnon t?m to api-ato him and we hid a few inimiloV conterhullon before he m oalle. I awnjr by frienda to a delayed dinier. Hoi. trry in Rtout and h!a Iron ray, but the Mtnc Moody I kne in other day. jt hit iuiled by imlnntly. I m very glad to k1iU handaeuiee more this hide the Rlory At night it blew a hurricane and I he rain poured in torrent At one time I had determined to remain in door, but the LOKDrallfd out and I ua. glud to follow The lltll ui crowded and we had Ihe bet meeting of nil How wt the defil knew it and tried to prevent it. IVaiw the LORD for foiling hiiu! 8UNIJAV, Jan. J7th. tjuitr a touch t. winter to day, taking un b.tmrpri'e, no are we KliinK to un.eaKOnsble weather Charley and Will went to hear Dr l'rlcr and cime home fnli of the grand ftrmun he care them At it r. si. a we entered the Hall the hrethien were nine, ing h Soooii I Ad rent onj; u. m h bi nil) way that I wk at ouc In preach upjn thalubjct. A inrmorilil rervico it wan The good woman who tote for the room gave ua tea and we remained at Shad-weuntil efenirg. Another bleK-egathering at nijjht and ' !I ii,.r IS.:K " ".hout-in- g happy" again. Monday, Jan 2" S -- T e ppeia are full of diiuler on lain a id n?, occwioned by (he tornado of Kalunlty erMiing. Attendance rither alim nt tlie flight oervice Oargjod lirolher Urcen oil iu YorUbiie and a get al deprrmion had almont cropt Into the meeting, but the LORD gave tl.e victory after a little Ght, thoiuh Happy Hilly ilid not gel up to the ahouling point. He in a ort of barotueltr for the Shadwell KtUni; and a pretty fair lewl of the What a heart-achtetnperalure. it tliia iwarrulng opulalioii BiTrn one to nq out of reach. And thin i the ca.e en ry where. The mawM will not darken a church door. I.reu dear Moodr only ecxatrhea tlie aurface of the oulakirU. Toiwday.Jan SOih.-K- iith and Herbert Liojuitr were with u Saturday al the 733. A letter from K telling ua what a time they had in getting home from the ntation that alormy evening, on account of a atroUen brook that wan auch a roving torrent tlie cabman did not dire to drite iuto it. Ho they had to make a long det. tour and did not gel home till after The dear LOUD kept ua all from colda that night, though every one of the party were more or le-- drenched. Umbrella were almost under on account of the Gerce galeof wind. Wo had a good meeting at Shadwcll. Happy Hilly "honied vociferously nud a number of confeions of the dear Name Brother Ilartlet, from Highgate, in attendance. Tho Woods Charley, George and Kdward come tegularly. George never niinf-t- . He aticka "through thick and thin," the truest of the true. God blesi the dear fellon! Wkdnksday, Jan. 30lh. Kdith came at 3 i. ix. and Herbert at C, to go to the Shad-wel- l meeting mi I afterward to ptnd the night at 102 Thee joyoui children of the . .... rather are very dear to in. Ihcy areucli bright and happy chrintian. Had the ley work only gained two audi memhem if tho heavenly family, it would have been a bleared one. Thoy ate no loving and trust- fill and grateful that it in a conatant joy to have them visit us. They nre doing a noble work among the poor at thu Heath. 'Another hlrsaed meeting at Shndwell. The dear LORD gave power to tho word and a number of confession rewarded trust and prayer, I'raite His dear Name! TiiuitsuAY, Jan. Hist. At our imial meetings in Aldersgate nud Jewin streets, witli precious results. The service grow in interest at each recurrence. After n vegetarian dinner at the "Arcadian" we went down to the old Temple Church and enjoyed an hour or two looking at the wondrous relic of the past. IJuilt by the Knights Templar in 1 103; a fac simile of the Church of tho Holy Sepulchre nt Jeru-Halerestored at an expense of 75,000 sterling in 1810; the exijuUite marble pillar only discovered then, having been whltewafhed annually for 300 years, without a suspicion of their exiatence; the marble efligie of ten buried crusades, lying on their backs, in variou position, significant of their respective endiogf; the exquisite carving of the oaken stalls, the like of which one see no where elto in England; the grand windows and wondetful ceilings; (Har-num'ii liil ltie tT (t brd Another Lle'ed meeting rtSlindwell at night, with a number of ronf-n-ioFin DAY, Ken. Int. Weather ralnv and dinagreeable. Kdith 1'iper and Janie Kill fiom Highgite, catlel to roe u4 Ilith well n ml happy in the LORD Kdith' ' toy f" are doing belter and he i ijuite jubilant about it. It I very tuualiing, Ihe ttnicity with which he trie to reclaim Ilrother hi it thf young epe grac sir.or llirilit i line in on uaauitdcr.ly nbniit ttaiime, to ko to the Khalw.-l- l u ce ing Tlie lirl huailed about in a very lively way and et a very tiicve tea table indeed, for jch ehort notice. We enjoyeJ the compt-n- y of our der friend grra'.ly. The good LORD g4ve u n delightful cliwing rvice The fervent hand-shakand hearty "(!i.d blf you" ami ' I)j oome iigain" from ma ny tongue more than repiid u fjr all the work done. 1 am glad the LORD rent ua toShadwell to comfjrt the downcat fw that ate trying to ''otrengthen the thing wheh temain, that are to die" Svtl'mday, Fr.a. '.M. We hifie our ipurter to New llirnel. Of which mole anon. All vt and liNppy, n plenty of work under the deir light of the LORD'S countenance can make ua. Ever in Jeu, n. e rJr 1 1 (i0. O. liAlt.NKa. The tereotin Hotat Cincinnati, Robert J Rurdrlt. tho facetious editor of the Ilurlingtnn llavkte has been lecturing to larue audience in different parts of the country, and in hN amuring style he impart to the rising generation some wholesome advice. The following is from one of hi lecturer: "Rus'imebody on your own account my son, and don't try to get along on the reputation of your itnoestor. Nobody know nud nobody cre who Adam's grandfather wa, and there I not a mat) living who can tell the name of Urigham Young' mother-in law." The lecturer urged upon hi hearer the necclty of keeping up with Ihe every dy proce'Mon, and not pullinu hack in the harness. Hard work never was known lo kill men; it wa the fun that men had in the interval that killed them. The fact wa, most people had yet to learn what fun really wa. A man might go to Ivirope and epend a million dnllnrs, and then refill the fact that he had n great deal more fun nt h picnic twenty year ago that cost him 05 cents. The theory that the world owed every man a livinu wa fnlre. Tho world owed a man nothing. There win a living in the world for eiery mm, however, provided the man wa willing to work for jt. If he did not work for It somelwdy ele would earn it, and the lazy min would "get left" There were greater opportunities for workers out West than in the Ktern cities, hut men ho ent out lo urow up with the mustslo their own growing. There i no browsing allowed in the vigorous West. An energetic man might go out into the far Went, and in two or three years Hres himself of a bigger house, a bii'ger yard, a bigijer btrn and a bigger mortgage than he could obtsin by ten year' work in the KiM. All joung men ought to marry, and no young man should envy old men or rich men. COUNTY DEPARTMENT Dr. J. It Letcher ley'. Lancaster, is ill at Judge Ows FINE FARM FOR SALE Jl Rev. J. P. Walden preached at the Reform church Sunday, The case of National Rank of Lancas ter against Jno. W. Miller for damages will be tried during Circuit Court at Danville. -- One night last wek Col. W. O. Urad- ley might have been Hen making lengthy stride down the railroad towards town. Had you inquirtd 1lio cause he would have been too much exhaus'ed by flight Mid fright lo have answered. Following bim you would have seen him dtit into his family ph)riciaii's oflke exclaiming: "I am poisoned, doctor, for God's sake re lieve mil" After administering an emetic, which took effect in a short time, at.d having c timed down, he wa able to inform the doctor that he had taken a dose of Pearline la substance used in washing aid scouring lloors) through mistake for Crab Orchard salts. "A gent'eman of education and experi ence" advertise in a Des Maines paper that he wishes employment in writirg speeches for members of the Legislature! He will prepare at short notice addrewea for or sgainst prohibition, woman suffrage, or any other subject desired. Hi terrra are $5 for a ten minutes' speech r.nd $2 for each additional five minuter, ''satirficlion guaranteed and confidence observed." I will soil privately, as a wholo, or in parcels to suit purchasers, the Logan's Fort farm of 210 acres in the corporate limits of Stanford, Ky. The land fronts of a mile on Danville streot, is of tho best soil in Kentucky, has on it a largo and comfortable residence and tho best spring in Lincoln county. For torms or inspection of tho place, Apply to Mrs. Emma Rochester on tho promises, or to me e at my W. G. WELCH. in Stanford, Ky. 19. 81 law-offic- Feb. tf WALL PAPER I TRIMMED k READY TO PUT ON t -- AT- MoROBERTS OlfJBHA. & STAG-G'- S Druggists and Booksellers, Wt MOIUSaJ 1SE.OC.K, KXAKFOISIK York court has decided that if a not provide her husband with u clean, evenly starched r.nd nicely ironed boiled shirt, all the buttons sewed on, twice aweek.it is sufficient grounds for a diA Ne wife doe immj PHARMACISTS (f vorce. Women with pale, colorlef feces, who feel weak and discouraged, will receive drn ll d e in-- e Noted nuion; the manyexoiting and in incident in connection with the late Ohio River Flood at Cincinnati, wa the faet that the Ohio & MiHtiMippi Railway at no time out of runnii'g order Thiroid wa the only line making dirtct connection for the Wct, without rxceive delay. Kven at the gloouiicct period, when all other Welern roid were cut oil, the iodomitable pluck and energy of the manager of that line averlei organizing a yawl transfer from tlie end of the Right ftreet line cf car, they carried prMiir rjpidly, and wiih pfrfict atfrty, to the rnly available landing place in Cincinnati at Storra Mi.ition, on the O A M. road, whfre there wrie in waiting e'eant and cummodioua ateamer, which maJe time trip each day between Cincinnati and Aurcr, in both direction, thua affording their pitroui. instead of the uu-a- l provoking delay and additional heavy eipenae, caued by high water, a mot enjoyable excurion of twenty-fivmile, giving thrtn a full and magnificent daylight view cf the Ohio, an it ha never been een before, and probably never will again, and making immediate connection at Aurora for all points Wet, Xorthwcat, South and Sxithnttt. A New Stohy of ihk Witty Autkmw. alow-goin- mid-nigh- j tory i told of Arlemua Ward, g when traveling on a aoulhern road aoon after the war. When the conductor wa punching his ticket Artcmu remarked: "Dec thi railroad company allow paa'enger to give it advice, if they do o in a repectful manner?" The con ductor replied in grutl' tone that he guercd o. ''Well," Artamu went on, "it occurred to me it would be well to r detach the from the front of the engine and hitch it to the rear of the I'uoviDENi'E and Citops. "Your crop train. For you ee we are not liable to seems to be comdderably in the grass," overtake a cow, hut what'ii to prevent a said a pawer-blo a negro who eat on a cow drolling into (hi car and biting a "Yes, sab, Gen Green's dun got fence. paengei?" Chicago Time. yourself?" 'No, it." "Did you over-plaYou look ad, Ilirdif; what' the mat- sab; planted 'bout nuff" "Why didn't ter?" were the word addrcmed to Uirdio you plow it?" "Wife tuck sick. She doe Mcllenipin by her friend, Mollie Squeerit, the plowin' fur dis place " "What do you a they met on Austin avenue. do?" "What does I do? I preaches, dal's "I'm not feeling well." what I does. Kf Providence comes along "Are you eick?" an' make de ole 'omen rick, I can't help T 'N'n. I'm not nrnrLi.lv sink.' Luf - frnl it. l'se luen called, I has,." ' "' ' tired, overworked " Taking corn at 50 pounds per bushel; rye "I)0 tell me all about it." at 50 pound, wheat at 00, bariey at IS, oats "Weil, you neo our colored cook i nick, 32 and buckwheat at 52, these grains snd now poor mother haa to do all the at uhould atlord the following quantities of cooking and scrubbing and washing and proof t piriis per bushel: Corn and rye each ironing and it make) me feel w) tired to 106 gallons, or almost 2 galle; wheat, 2'1 sec the old creature work, She i ho gallons; barley, l'G3 gallons; oats, 1 12 alow." anil buckwheat, l'S2. The Cincinnati Vow Journaf has this Ammen says that the Panl way of saying it wa too cold to go to the canal will cost $300,000,000 ineead of ama theatres: "A concatenation of atmospheric gelidity and hyperborean blasts laH $100,000,000, as estimated; and that when night rendered cxtraforaneou peregrina- finished it will constantly require the tions so much less delectable than pubtrgu-lancou- s most formidable and expensive repairs. ia withpredilections that the theatres did Tho earth of the isthmus, it seems, out the requisite properties of firmnew not experience overflowing audienctn. It was p. d. cpid for that part of February and stabilUyj which only once in four years is not tho "If there's anything I love, its roaat next thing to spring, and tho people hung goose," remarKed Fendetoon, as ha rained around their firesides and went to bed up hia plate for n fecond helping. "It early. doe you credit," said Fogg; "there ia noth-n- g so beautiful as allection among at the A railroad bridge near Louisville, with rare presence of mind, fell at a lime when members of a family." there was no train upon it. This is the bottle, filled with chloA first really judicioua thing that has been ride of lime and water and placed on a done in Kentucky since Henry Clay wsa shelf or mantel, will purify the air of a elected. Chicago News. r,oom and prevent contagious diseases, Buch A rural journalists writes that if "as aa diphtheria. many people knew how to pay their subd A Chicago woman remarried the scription as well &i they know how to run from whom she had been divorced, a newspaper, editora would hayc an easier and then got mad because he would not time of It." Uke her on a bridal tour. A new y both meutal and bodily vigor by using Haw Boy's Marbles are Made. Carter's Iron Pills, which are made for the Almost all the marbles witli which the blcod.rerve and complexion. boy amu-- e themelve in senon anJ out I'jplllon '"kin Cure will reinoTe runjruff, cure of eon, on ptvement and in shady spots, are made M O'jerstein, Germany. There lUrbtrt' Itch, InorJInUe Itclilng, Habseeoui Motclie, Ii!ol 1'Imple, Grog lllovcm-- , are Urge aateqnrrie and mills in that CarlHiocIn and tlolla. It cerer fallt. For laV bjr neighborhood, and the refue i turned to McBolxrts (' Pt(. good account in providing the small stone II your face, neck ami hind are sunburned or (rail for expert to 'knuckle" with. The IntHmrO, balbe Hum wl'h P.plllon Skin Curr; It stone is broVen into small tube by blow of will allay tlie Inti munition initaotlr. For aale a small hammei. Thce small blocks of hj McRoIitU A sttfi. atone are thrown by the shovelful into Ifyoubarea coMIn your brad, been In adiaft tbehopjer of a rmall mill; formed of a and bat tbe reiull of jour Imprudence annoying CI bedstone, having its surface grooved with your cninfort.lmuttUle with a few application at l'apllloii Catarrh t lire, and you will be rcb'ctfJ concentric furrow; above th'w is the "run- ence. For aal by McHoberta A Stags. ner" which i of so ne hard wood having a level facs on It lower surface. The upper HON'. A. O. TAIiBOTT block is made to revolve rapidly, water brIaCn.IIUtnfor Con;riwi In thli dlatrlct,tiub-- Jt to tliu action of the democracy. ing delivered upon the groove of the bedstone where the marble are being rounded. It Uke about fifteen minute to, finish aburlicl of good marble, realy for the boy' knuckles. One mill ill turn out THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 160,000 marble per week. The very hardest "crackers," a the boy call them, are And the Loutifllle made by a .lower proca, somewhat analoCourier-Journ- al gous, however, to the other. On year for only 83 two papera for little more than tbe price of one. The New York Tribune spraking of Mr. Watterson'i copyright bill, says: "All I)y paylnK ust-- you will recelie for one year that the Walter on bill aska is that the your homo paper with the Courlrr-Journaths reprrsrniatl re newspaper of llieHouth, democratnewspapers shall not have their news atolen ic and for a tariff for rerenu only, and th beat. weekly In the lnltnl from them before their very eyes, and pub- brUhtcit and allied family to examine a (ample Htatei. Tboe who delre lished simultaneously with them by others ropy of the Courlrr-Journcan do Mat I hit olfice. who havo borne no part of the expense of getting it. It is a bill which men who practice honest methods in businese of any kind ought to favor. How any honest conman who understand it can object we MUNN k CO.. of tho BciKCTtric AMtniCAN, Trado tinue to act na Solicitors for 1'atent. Careat. for tho State. CanoJs. can't see. Men who live by stealing the Murk. CoprrlBht.Oorraany, UnitedHand llookabout eta Knitlantl. t runce. fruits of other people's enterprise and I'jiK'iUi rent frwi. Thlrtr-ere- nMIJNN yer' experience. A CO. are noticed l..t.nfrthfalnMl thmmrh money, of course, won't like it. Rut is Initios ir.VTiric AM micas', tho larxeat, 3.'-bett.nnd a year. niiwt widely circulated roientuJc paper. bplcndld cncraTlnei and Interottlnx Congress to legislate for them?" fflf jarngm beWv i&2& xfs 'wye1 v r rTX'1 r--V mii &6lf r L vr- - -- o -- OXALEU IN- - . r- - Hatch . Drugs, jBooks, Stationery and Fancy Articles. PhysyclinV preKilptlon Abto accurately oompoBla4 tllB8tTt v Jca if .IKWEIjEUN! LarceHt tjlock of Watches. a, itr.j.;:4,yAi? $t WtViT ". ' iiiCKU, juneirj aiucrnanc k'VV. . A , va f.l 'r v? " "'JI t . -- s .. u.l a y" pulmd on short notice and Warranto! fit Ki wis m,w mm - AND - -' m mm : 111 X Grand Combination UNDERTAKER, 3Dealei' in ITvii'iiitnx-- in ' 11.1 Wft "' riw w e ! Weekly A Full nn el complete agsortuiciit of Furniture, embracing; everything from tho Clicupest to the FlntHt Parlor Suite. No need to ko to the large cities to make your purchaser), no matter what quantity or quality yon want, iih I can and ulll duplicate any prlccH you can obtain clMeivhcre, freight belnj; added. ALsa a full ar,Horlmeut ol Coding, CawCH, Shroudti and Robes, embrao lug nil the New Stylex, both cheap nud expensive. Ware opposite St. Ariaph Hotel, Stanford, Ky. l, PATENTS -t W. H. HIGGINS I DEALER IN Hardware, Iron, AumiCAN Offlco.SOl M'lH fn-- (Specimen copy of tho Hclriitlflc A mer-li'i- in . A1dnM UroadT, 'oworfc. MUN.N A CO , SciCMiriO Groceries, Saddles, Qticensware, HiiRpry Whips, Cane Mills, Harness, R"rrO Wheels Stores, Spolccs, Grates, Cider Mills, Lap Covers, Kim?, Corn Shellers, Collars, Stoneware, IIorHC Shoe-- , IVuIIh, TX3IESTJIsr NEW YORK, 1884. About sixty million copies of The Sun bato 12 gone out of our establishment during tho Oliver Chilled, Champion. Steel and Brinley Combined Plows, Wooden Cast Pumps, and the Celebrated Miyflold Elevator. Tin Roof- ing and Guttering1 will have prompt attention. Nnlcmnen f .ilcliinnru, John urii,t,j,-- . T'. It. '" months. If jmi were to pasta rod to end all tbe coin in rs of allTh Sum tirlnUManl sold l.ut year you would get a Cuutlnuoua atrip of Interesting common sense wisdom, sound doctrine and tane wit long enough to reach from Prluting House In tbo eiiuarctotbu top of Mount Cnpcitilcu moon, then lark to Trlntlng House square and then three o,u.irterj of the way lack to tbo moon -- rit lnfur-mollo- n, CEO D. WEAREN -- gal-Ion- s, Itear-admira- again. Hut The Hun Is written fur tbe Inhabitants o the earth; t Ills saius strip of intelligence would girdle the xtute 27 or IS time. II every buyer of The Suu during the last year was sjient only one houroter 11, ami If bis wife or grandfather ban spent another hour, this newspaper has afforded the human raca thirteen thousand years of steady rending, night and day. It is only by little calculations like these that we ran form uny idea of tbo circulation of tbe moit popular of American newspapers, or of ila Influence on tho opinions and actions of American men and women. The Sun la and will continue to bs a newapcr which tells the truth without fear ot conviuences which getant tbo facta no imtter bow much the tbe nrwa of all tbo prcccaa costs, which repreu-ntworld without Haste of words and In tbo Tmoit shape, whlc'i la working with all it rcadablo and heart for tbo cause of honest government, parwhich therefore Micro that tbe Itcpubllcau ty must go, and must go la this coming year ofuur II JOU Know 1119 DUU, you llko ll nirenuy, aim diligence and you will read It with accustomed profit durlug what ia sure to bo the uiotl Interesting year In Its history, if you do not yet know The Mm, It I high time to get Into tbe sunshine. TF.UM8 TO MAIL BUBSCMUEItS. Commission Xffercfo.ant Manufacturers9 Agent, AHD- STANFORD, KENTUCKY, -- DKAIjEII in Ird, IRSI. .,.,,. Hay, Grain, Wool, Field Seeds, Buggies, Carriages, Spring WagonsfFarm Wagons, Curts, lleapers, Mowers, Grain Brills, Corn Drills, Corn Planters, Plows Harrows, Hay Hakes, Peed Cutters, Corn Planters, Cider Mills, Cane Mills, Pumps, Iron Fencing, Saw MillsEngines, Threshing Machines, Hose Belting, And, in fact, everything pertnlnliiRl to Agricultural Jllachlnery Olilce and Ware Itooius opposite St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford wide-mouthe- d hue-ban- The several oJltlonsol The 8un aro asnt by mail .postpaid, as follows: Paily ISO centaa month, Ma year; with Sunday edition, tl bUMDAY Eight nagea. This edition furnlsbea tbo current nena of the world, aieclal article of exceptional Interest to everybody, and literary reviews of new books of thn highest merit, tl a year. Wmucly II a year. Eight pagea of tho beat matter of the the dally Issues; aa Agricultural Department ol unequalled value, special market and literary. aclititlUc aid domestic intelligence make The Weelly Bun the newspaper for tbe farmcr'e household. Tuclubaof ten wlthfiO la extra copy free. Addrew I. ir.EXOKAXn, Publisher, Tbe Sun, Hew Ycik Cdty, re-p- lHl I A gA .i. uLs:.:i: H LJHCASTKK ADTKKTIMCVm. The phjeiclon of the late Colonel The Senate spent Friday in passing establishment of the Tennessee lUllroad House hills in declaredfrtain crecka and Marsh Plk says that during the year preU. P. WAIiTEH ceding his death ho never found Polk's Commiiwion is unconstitutional becatiro it branches navigable streams. I oiler ror nlonriTlplr furm s lJ3IM'X'A-i'x- -, I'll.K. ot if lillt u.Me MclmlaMl Rev. J. W. rillsbury, pastor cf tho Mt. pulse less than 110, and often as high as .1 VitKS, lUtoied? tnllm H. I.ANCA8TKH, KY. Marcli 4, 1884 discriminates not only between railroad on Hickman Crivk, In JriMtnlno county The Stamford, Ky., OfBce orer CllUens National Hank. Office hours 120 and 25 lain! U In corporations and perions operating rail- Sterling, 0 , M E. church, has become Ami clotcr snil Is Iu km from 8 tn 12 , m. and from I to ft p. m. for kiowIhk nuy crop Jiillol to tlili itrl n( Seventy-on- e persons were received into on the subject of sanctification. roads, but between railroad corporations tlioiWto mill li well KiUiitol In growing Inhacco. t. f. HUlllltB W. P. "WALTON. a. M. aniBRTT. sine dwelling f In the alleged navy of the United St. Paul M. K Church Cincinnati, Sunday. The Improrrmrnli rflimUt of themselves. It also presumes to regulate 7 roonuwllh orrliessml rrllsr, well f K""J wa UUBllIiE & UUllDETT, inter State commerce, which is an intrusion States there are fifty officers for each ship, The contributions of this church for all ter iicnr (honour, n kmkI bird, din nnu wagon A.TT0111VKM oihfr nrctiry out 3JAV. Twelve years ago this week Hilton & upon the exel uive legislative authority of and one officer for each five men in the objects during the Isst conference year Mint ami locl wtir alnniJ.itit Jilullt)lng, An Ac. '.ANCASTUIt, KY. l romrnlcnt The renting on the crock li mi atlr of atone, l'lrn-t- r ..YJ." l"fI,rv In (iirrinl and adjoining counllta amounted to $20,268 17. rerouted but utile effort of Cingress. Since our commission pants so service Campbell, after ami lencet limit-l- y of tliutar fur tenting urp"!.A.r.p"'' ,Ure ln ,he "otlnaon hlotk, Luther Perkins msrried Hattie Hash According to the statistics given by n otLer partita to entablMi a pipsr '" Stan-for- hotly after more power we would be glad In gml pair, tuition l cuntrnlcnt to K.,.i'irf Public Kuare. m-lweejtljr if the Judge could get in a similar decis- at Maysville, O , to settle a bajtardy case. Boston lecturer, 20,000 divorces have been Church, school am! mill, I will iH the irprrtjr iefued the firat number of the low anduu fiy Itrmi to parllrt ilrlrlng a hotua Both of then are wealthy schoolchildren granted in New England during the last 20 or will iIItIiIp It to lull mirchiKCin IimuuoR Joubnal. They tired of it after ion as to Its constitutionality. liy Mr. I. f will rent In rellshls par-- , If in their teens. years. In Massachusetts there Is now one les. notfoM year and ten months and in January two .WW..., .t. JIKItSl'KltlJIili. drgen-erst- e Congressman John 8. Wise, the 2(i3 3 mu. Ilatily, !'.).. Ky The Posloffice Appropriation Bill as divorce to four marriages. Sine I860 the 3876, the writer, happening along about son of a noble sire, who was elected prepared by the committee, provides that of divorce lias Inceessed 147 per cent, deoire rale that time, gratified a by the vote of the negroes of Virginia, has VAIslTAliXE logo into the newspaper bufinew and stirred up a hornet's nest by remarking no postmaster shall receive a salary exceed- while the rate of marriages hss increased ing $4,000 a year. only 4 per cent. In Vermont there is one the adrlce of hi friendi, bought iraktt that when the negro legislators call on him The Census Bureau reports that the divorce to 14 marriage'; in Rhode Island Stanford Town Lots for Salo, Unas out, at about double the real ralue of at his home he politely takes them to the railroads of the country' give employment 1 to 12, and in Connecticut 1 to 8 at the bufinee and barthe office. A notice kitchen. On a question of privilege a I ollrr foratlx prlratrly at low prlcru ami on ing at the aauie time several other iron in number ol legislators of African 'scent arose to 418 957 men, at an average salary .of very rrawnablo lnn, OViilt DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTT. locing $1112 per month. the inrestment proved a very TOtr.X I.niSiu the North iai limit of the io the body the other day and pronounced are than half The present sno storm has been the daugh'cr of city of .Stanford.of aMorn - bt the Court ol themand a Miss Hallie E Kuljert-oone for two years or more, when the public the statement of Mr. llouax. inlliwlihlna third Wiseasa lie, or words heaviest of the season in the Eastern States, f a mile ot neeifig that we intended to succted whether H. Robertson, Sr., who hss bt en an tiumctir n( thim within Mr. A. to that effect. A negro is n. g. to the repufur depot, excellently the drifts being so deep as to greatly delay invalid for a number of years, died Sunday the Junction In 1'Utlco or hate lrcatel vrurtit atn iiupls or not, beciuie less shy of investing in Sian. diate and republictns except as a iripsfwl voter. the passsee of train. that point. expire shortevening at A o'clock. The funeral will take ford papen,only to have tbem lots aro the ThreeoriTenlently tc ry Wat and in oat lautlfiil-l- y dS3 Saturday morning MKyor Bsrtlett, of place and An aspirant for statistical distinction antlltiatol for rrldnM that at 2.30 r M ly after their money was paid and began to ollare J lur aal Iu Miaufurd. and hae eir Mr. Sam Warren, of the late firm cf my extend its patronage, not very liberally, nounced in a northern college the startling 8an Francisco, forwarded $5l,000 to Mayor In lhr termiarpiuih aa to pbre I' 1UVK. pnwrr ot however. As soon as poerb)e after pur. fact that in the South not one man in fiTe Jacobs, of Louisville, Ky., for distribution Samuel A Warren, has purchased the drug thi-i- lor a any Induitrloui man to trcutt im of hojie. we discarded the patent is capable of writing his own name. The to the flood sufferers. all Iront upon li w ilrrrti. Hi h tiatr lull They chaMog the psper, boon iMnklng Extenstore of D. C. Neat, at Somerset, and will In Bryan connty Ga., sheriff Zittrauer remove there in a day or two. Mr War-le- u hern opened, thn bioadrat and hot In htantord. of oatside arrangement that had prevailed Bull Run and other fields go to show that I be aoll la rich atiy in Kentucky Ml tho I to and and went on adding improvements and fast ifunxbletu write many of them could and a party of friends went deer stalking, is a superior druggist and his friends the Ian 111' lerrl si can require no grading uf fieiu Tery beat well tr had at a depth - -- To Their Htock of- there make their mark. This may bean old joke, when a young man mistook the eherifl here wish him a full measure of succes in SO to 40 Icet water office, until machinery to the Ihey will I roM to none hut whllr peraent. for a deer and shot him dead. but it U entered here in solemn earnest. anything left of the original his new home. in hardly A map uf them can be ret n at ml nrt)cf 1 1. 1. I'll. A stesm pipe burst in St. Patrick's If. tl. SIHtaiifMd, Ky A fret crlinderpressdrivenby eteam The Danville Literary Club met at the MS 4 mo. The conviction of young Crittenden is church, St. Louis, and in the panic that of tTie night, JosKtince took the place favorably commented on in all sections, as ensued ne old woman was trampled to residence of J. W. Proctor on Friday And now have the Bent Stock In Cen but no longer needed Washington proof that our laws do when the subject of divorce wss difcusned occasionally reach death and several others injured. College. inn Kentucky. They have Tarlor Hand Prce.-- ; three new j jb prees of the the rich and well connected by Messrs. J. C. Young, R. P. Jacob, O as well as the Daniel F. Beattr, the great maker of and Bed Room 8et, Carpet, L. Allen. Thosj prei-ebest patents have recently been added and poor and friendless. It is to be sincerely worthless organs and pianos, has failed for Bestty and James Cano and Penitentiary &c, we now have the STAM-'OIClt- . with new type, cutters, Fales, Johnston, Nelson, were KY. hoped that the Court of Appeals will not $350,000. lie is published iu one of the Van Winkle, Walton, Yeikes, Proctor. Chain, Marble Top, equipped offices outside of Luulsville beat interfere with the decision. greatest swindlers in the country. CentreStand& ExIn thebtate. Strorg on to three yeara ago Messrs. Price, Grant and Duncan were With a Full Corps of Teachers, A large warehouse filled with hemp as visitors. To day a j car Mr. Arthur will step tension Tables, we thought we discovered a demand for a Woven Wine. tta Thirteenth Hosier paper and began to send out down and out of the White House and a and grass seed, belonging to Thomas Brent, Tali Inallti.'.lon will The following cases have b.'en deposen the Al Monday tn repteuiber oeil- two papers per week, which we are contin- good democrat will take his place as chief of Paris, Ky.. burned Thursday. The loss ed of by the Circuit Court since last report. To ac of the nation. Mark this prediction, as a is $20 000 It wss insured for $15,000. Folding Bed Louuing to do with gratifying succeM. H. M Linney, who sued ThonusMcRrb-ert- s ALLTIIK lmiNCHKH UF A nge, Beds & Coti, Wardrobes ew Experiments are beipg made, in complUh tbeie things we have had to work distinguished lawyer of this place add for $300 for services as nal entstesgt-nand Sofas and Everything Else apparatus invent wis givei. a judgment for $(19C, A. II. THOROUGH ENGUSHCOUnSE Jikeadog.asthesajirg is, and while we when he essays to foretell any remarkable iork with a Kept in a Fint-clat- s ed by a Michion man, which it is expect- Culloni yh Eugene Moore, judgment for feel proud of being able to do what no oth- event. Fnrnitnro8tore. Arc taught, u well aa er xuan was able to do in Stanford before, Dead negroes are quoted at $15 per head ed can be utilized for talking across the plaintifl for $169 and cists; F. M Tyli r MUHIU. TUB L.ANUUAOKB. UHAU. UruiiiilnU'ri NiiKiir PrleeH. we vet feel that with the ssme amount of in Cincinnati and no questions asked by ocean vs. H. T. Ciowdus, bychaigeof venue tNO AND PAINTINO. The new directory shows that there from Marion energy "d work given to almost any other the medical profession, even though the count, continued; Crruuion-wealt- h C3-- are 20.631 buildings ia Louisville, of vs. Msg Fry for mslioious cutting, business, we should have been rich afier subject be warm and its skull crushed in. which 24,366 are used as dwellings. The RirasaiaT'S)instead of being The quotation of live negroes is these ten years of work not given, population is given at 155,600 an increase trial iu progress. tn Tuition, prlcea rang froia f to I.VJ to tta condition of the hisioric but it is presumably much lees. much in the Judce Richards, of the Superior regular trpartiaenta. Primary, 13. & of 4,500 in a tear. Court, the immortal author of the opinion Klv; I'reparatojy, ISO. and Coltalit, toO. church mouse. A majority Vf our readers, O "d JnlUnapoli., Ex State Treasurer Polk, who stole The debt statement shows: Decrease in the iCf'V'r' Kj be who, by the way, have grown to recent case of the Commonwealth For full rartlculara, ai to Board, Ac, addraa , her Vo. , PB.'. Haldwtn .( llaloea J. .1 numerous, praise the Lord, may $400,000 of the funds he held for the State, of the public debt during Fcbrnary, vs. McGrurty, that part of the State legisMIIH. H. V. TK11KIIKART. Prlnrll.nl, Stanford, Lincoln Co.. Kr. died suddenly at Nashville, Fridsy. His since June 3, 18S3, aks.tr,,. I.1IS7, j.M,Blner aitf Hamilton ! lature kuown as the Committee on Keli-gio- n sot care anything for these desultory re.n...,H,DI.MU ai price and trims to lull pur- The total interest bearing debt and Moral, and those enthurisstic inthtarri marks which we do not make in a spirit of trial was to occur this week, but it will now iciiejvur ordera till jem let our be held before a higher tribunal. is now $1 226 840.POO. and tcrmi 4i.aTTcKj dividual in Danville and Boyle couniy blow or bluster, but they will ezcutie ub for r kj !'' JL jcj m. m. a. jcx'si r ji Mr. Dana, of the New York Srxn who are clamoring for additional legiila-tio- n Bankers can not discriminate sgainst befog a little garrulous on this the twelfth silver certificates, as under the law ot thinks nothjng is more probable than that of our pet institution. on the wine and liquor question, sre annivertary I hair rrutrd I he Orihi rcr Hots I in Crabrefurnl & lltu-July 1882, they are liable to a forfeiture tbe Democratic Convention will nominate invited to picK their ears and listen to the known at the I'arrli run It Introtted and ityle. (It-I- n ; i recalling the evidence of Dr. ed It and proes to S. J. Tilden and wait for his reply before following: Attzk of their charter if they do so. List week a citizen of Dr pelal am hi lull to tramlent rinuxa I om. 1NI'IIA.CJG! larrclal will ftnd iplendld .ample rooms Runner, in regard to the inhuman treat proceeding any further. ville, a member of whose family had been for the d traielrri4 their coudt and areemraodatlooi I. play of the LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. xnent, in the Anchorage Aylum, Whitelaw Rsid ru's Logan first, Kentucky, t an invalid for many years and who has equal to any llouae IIke I Mitral Diablo and willwill Seven'First-Clas- s al Companies. also hat (barge-opoor blind preacher, McDonald, who wai second and Arthur third in the The question of redisricting the Confrequently used whlfky as a medicine, way keep It aupplled wllh fait hore and 6 Be friend, the editor of the Breckenridge gressional diMricU bis my i of the States, so as to race for the republican presidential nom- went to oneof our driigglut a had bien turnout! Ibli will Mt Interfsrr with JVost eayc "When we undertook the oth frn uiske ten solidly democratic and one cer- ination. He thinks Arthur's strength is his custom and askeJ for nb ittle of whisky Furniture and Undertakers Trade, J. .?. VI, 1 1. US, .l0f.,,Li,fci!. Rauisey's evi er night to read alcud Dr. of a nega'ive character. I t ahall ci lull A tainly republican, is receiving attention. for the invalid's us- -. IswloId by the rurtttture a4 t'nue to kevpa tlmnline if thetkueeI W tw redy al a'l dence before the legislative commitsipn in Mis Ixzie Xutt, who'enime is famThe committee on General Statute has druggist that tn ler Judge Richard' decisuir teMlcvalM Ibe other our Lome ciicle, the horrid details of the reported a bill to fix the salaries iliar to every one by reason of two mu- ion he must have n prtscription from a J. It. tTKI'ilK.S, a, J of ComCrab Uickard IlVIws damnable atrocities of these fiends drove HTANt-tllll)ICY monwealth's Attorneys at $2,400 and abol-is- h rdersher father by her defamer and then physician before the liquor ciuld be furto tears and larnen our wife nd children the latter by her brother asks the Presi- nished him The tiiiiin then hunted up the fee system. Better let the present W. P. WALTON, - . Propriotor. talion, and so worked upan our already arrangement dent to appint her pjsiinistress of Union-tow- a the esse to him and physician and remain. highly-wrougfeelings that, at that mo Pa. HIieofMac-.-Ji'ifMr. Leech had leave to bring in a bill was informed that before he could pre KUblrr.iai.ltU Ma of .. Dr. John D. Woods has sold his intermeet, had Gale or Erwin Mood before us to tncours ge tbe building of railroads and capacity, scribe the whisky he must make a profeslt4M)nab.r rates to rodiMiumnr. cillery, MO. would have shot down the attraction!. AddriM B)w ling Green Gaitl t to Mr. C. by Godl we aa aluu. to exempt such as may hereafter be built est in tie sional visit to the patient and ancertain with less compunction than we scoundrel Irotn taxation for ten years from the date M. Combs who with Mr. E. II Porter will that the liquor was actually needed. Just do- gwould have killed a sheep-killinof their completion, but judging from his continue to publish that excellent sheet. here it may be remarked that our physi E. II. BURNSIDE, on due here humbly beg pardtn of all veto of the C The Dr. will commence the publication of cisns charge from $3 to $( far a night , G. P. & S. R R. bill, Gov. Bh eepkillirgdrgsfor referriog.to tbem in a new paper in Frankfort June 1. Knott went hear to such a thing. vifir, $2for adsy visit and $1 fo; wriiing This Old Woll - Known A Butler county somnambulist got up the tame breath with these cowardly laur Sjme little fellow, anxious to do someand the price for good !a Hotol Still Maintains its THE INTEm0lTJ0URNAL l.r.r Itis zn insult the vilest car of thing and hardly knowing what, offered a a few night since, took his taddle oHt to whisky i 50 cents a pint. So It will be High them all has a right to become offended at" bil to continue an old log close to the hctue, buckled his seen FOR 3.50, indefinitely the Superior that had our citizen followed the AN Delay in the female killed the bill to Court, instead of letting it expire as the law saddle on to the log, mounted and rode it regulation course, the pint of whisky IlL or. The Mountain all night and then went to bet) early in ill would not have cost him loss than $3 50 Its Froprietor is Determined that l.fJBOilll. tfeoiL-m- l remove the dwablhliei ot tboee who fail now Msnds, at the ei.d of four years sf.er 1, lory (.(a The the mornirg without knowing anything it Shall be Second to no Country tWcrm.l Uf llathe llercrd of in Mieat Thinthli and potsibly as much as $5 50 Thai's to pay their municipal taxes in Lexington, its inauguration, but he had the chagrin of audajlook ,t fuhllc llleranrei " oTure. Hotel in tho Sttite in its Fare, about it - f Howling Green Gsze'te. uounu in hoinliand tlctrd rah with so far as tne election of Saturday wbh con- seeing it tabled by a very larjre majority, pretty good but this is letter. The jinilors Appointments, or Attenon fc.er, rill mottoiTeiil 609 ree Heel enfrnlsg ol It is stated that the conduction of a of two of our churches ascertained en Mayor Jobnicn was we are pleased to chronicle. cerned, ar--d tion to Comfort of '.tar.a;! l'Bn'" "lure of Mule mipol ..7 rv 200 feet long through Mount IB the 'h,r"n,?,'r'1'' W elmllet orfront and 3 thoir Guests. without difficulty as hn should have been. Saturday evening that the jugs in which It is believed that Mr. Talbott's bill tunnel 25 ,...... ...... IU .1- - q .. rac oi ink oriht exact Kelo, which is near Georgetown, Col , the sacramental wine wss kept were eraptv .rrl... rx.Kir InacrlpWhile objecting to taxation without repre- increasing the common fchool fund by tax.bT "" h'"t" l huuaell m hlamoun- -' ."Vm. will make a saving of over 200 miles in aid front tkr In a compact 0rw hli sentation we are aleo opposed to represen- ing the retsil liquor dealers, will puts the and reported the fact to the church tfliiers tlirirair will be cnoiejed toicrnramoilatUxidt. frre if rharai. Special lailti i bii r,, ii ,ouiiile-h'etory of .,.. tation where there is a refusal to pay the Houfe wherever it comes to a vole Mr. transcontinental travel. A company has and were toll to go to one of our druggists tn (bmraerrlal1raielera, The liar will i ne iritiert rn .tio ....! lbs been at work on the enterprise for four alwaja applied with the choices! DiniM.1 nature of llj J.iar.cel . AUA are mult pubtaxulion. The election is a decided victo- Talbott says it will increase the fund to benew supply, a sacriinenlal sr- -' and get a acanrfanf I gnra aail CI tar lic ft.r the But time Iu tnli buck The Valtb and nearly half a mile is completed . vices lleilln thipter-6- 1 tween $500,000 and $1,000,000 each year, years ry for the JrcTUcri'pt were to be held on Sur.dsv. Now ltri- - ,;ur. th. hitory. the A bareheaded man seemingly a clerk, II in full III. ahuA that ahiulj le In trtrr We can't explain why the State gots to and will kill out all the little doggeries entered Church's music store Cincinnati, this same druggist is as orderly a man ah Trade Mark. MKUWIN'Kfil'Kririr, hentu. ky howr, and ihuuhl certainly I owned groceries that now Vrnd there is in the State of Kentucky and has by erer, c.nrert oftleorKe llarnei tho great expense of electing a Public and cross-road- s X5w Tha book can and asked that a check for $65 be cashed U) obtained nowheuelM for has mim-iiy- , . t,iiiu iiiciii r.iitciinii alwass tried to be careful not to sell liqnor than H.60. Hy Printer, unless it is to do all its printing. intoxicating liquors. perlal arrant-finen-t for F. Andress A Co., a neighboring firm. with the author, who hayliji Senator Wilson, of Knox, introduced a to improper persons, but as the grand jury li a I'kIiItp cure for H'nk Memo, riiioietl In New York, bar brg-l- y wn'drawn all JBnthedon'f, as is evidenced by the fact that The request was granted, and later in ry, Lom of Drain rower, Nrrtoui rhelM)k diSO. anl tb Commissioner of Insurance has bill in the State Senate providing that all tbe day it was found that the man was a which was in session )at week had indicted I xhauitlon, tbe State Huilr.al Wrakn-I!tknik JovtNai ('J' are- - offered together tor Itnpotenry. and (leneral liw ol fines and forfeitures recovered against perRichards decision for him under Judge advertised for proposals for the printing 1'uwer ol the (ieiieratlie t'rttin. for tO. Addrew forger who had left his bat and coat with i: H'AItOX, .a- "selling liquor without a prescription ' n.l all tlr.fia thai CiIIamt iMKiiOR Joianat rjtanfard, Ky. and binding of his report, which is to be sons for violating any local option law, or a pal on the outside. utlcro liking. cuenc j ol youthful Imprudence oi though for strictly medical purines, he tne i ICCfsol luaUirul J cars, tuch Trn.tr Mart, tbe lowest and Lest bidder. It any lociliaw regulating or prohibiting the awarded to John D. White backed down when nlTir-u- l In tho -appears to us that this latter plan would sale of spirituous, vinous or malt liquors, called on to allow his insulting woidi to told the jsnitor he couldn't get the wine aa Ik. lllmtiiMIjiullude, rainI'rema-- t DANVILLEof Ylilob, b or other intoxicating beverages, shall be without the "ruEfcCiur," as no sort of an urt- - ill J Ann an rruny other printbe the cheapest wh to have all the Gen. Rssecrans to go on record. He, at that le.d to Insanity applied to the erecting and repairing of exception was mrrie tir sicrimcntat or ing done. In all lis the time of thf offense, promised to stand clfic icta like a and furnishing the same other purporei. The juiitors reported the Wcaknos itut J. C. tipillcr, a high-l- y scbool-housa- s It is published that by what the cfihial public ition contained, cbariu rcttorlnir Iom or UdlnrttU- - S-with school furniture, in the precinct wherefacts to their mperiors who held counsel or, itmtiir to tho ryo a brilliant connected man.at tempted a rape on but vat cautious enough to see that it con- and in tbe offense may have been committed. later in the evening one of them re- and aparkllni; bratity, to the truck daughter of Mrs. F. M. Mast in his then-- y bliHwm orinaltli. tained nothing derogatory to tbe character AftorTiklng. turned with the following: OIT.MerwIn'a hpeclfic l eold hy all truxKits al C J. Toorn at the Moreland Houee, Bowling of the old soldier. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. icka(;ri for Si. Alw by Si (er piicki;e, or Us "Let Lillard, sexton of Christian church, tiKe tree, on receipt uf price Green, and we pause to see if te will be as The chemical works of Powers A haven quart of wine for sacrimental pur- ruall. -Minuficturfri of aTKull partlculari In lumphlet. which will be Uiica, N. Y., had a $800,000 fire Sun summarily dealt with as if he was a negro, the largest poses. Wightman, of Philadelphia, rmlleil frc toerery appllraiit. AddrrM all comday. to the munication! mintifacturer. R W. Dunlsp, M. D." He should not have been given time to offer of the kind in the country, were destroy, .it v mt. t v James Campbell was killed in a bir hum:City,oM. Doorx, Kiihli, ItlliitlM, Window Kinaii The druggist read the above and alup a single prayer for forgiveness. ed by tire. The loss will exceed $1,000,-00- 0 Cold In Starford by Penny A McAlliter and all room row at Lexington. The firm wau the principal quinine though he knew that under the Richards' IJruKglati erer where. , There are over 200 murder indictments and Door l'ramcH, Mold- Studebaker & Sons loss $25,000 by the pending in the Cincinnati Court, which burning of the wagon works at Mishawaka, manufactures in this country and in con- decision Dr. Dunlap's orders would not to remark that the sequence of their loss, that article has protect him in tbe slightest from a penal leads the InRH, Scroll Nan Ind. $1.25. prosecution, he let the old man have tl o $1.25. Twice a Week. greatest need of the city now is a banging The flood in Lower Mississippi and gone up from $1 40 to $1 80 per ounce. The Treasurer of the Uuited States wine and on Sundsy morning on the prefestival. But one murderer baa been hung Red Rivera Valleys is causing great loss lVork,Turii that have de- to planters. has prepared a statement showing that sentation of a similnr paper, written by a The Best, Newsiest and Cheapest in 18 years of the huudreds Newspaper in the South served death. We do better than that even Culonel Dudley, of the Pension Bareau, the total colnsge of standard silver dollars, physician belonging to the other church, UK Iftitlio IVorlt, dark and bloody ground. has consented to make the race for Govern- under the act of February 28, 1878, to he sold the sexton of that church a half on the Merrh 1,1881, was $105,125,110; held in gsllon of wine. No one enjoys the ridicu- The Semi-Week- ly or in Indiana. Floorliijr, Ceillii);,1Veath- Tost Crittenden, whose cowardly murthe Treasury offices and mints, $120,822,-399- ; lousness of the situation moro than tho Mrs. Mary Brown, 'widow of John der of the negro Rcse Mosby, was tried at Ktt-rliolj- ilioH'd take It, It Klrrt the latent Of the physicians and druggists referred to, and if outstanding, $30,302,720. Brown, of Hsrper'a Ferry distinction, crbourdliiK, DrvHNcd I.iiuihcr week-lir- a ncwi dayilnadiaticoof the Louisville last week and given 8 vesrs in amount held by the Treasury, there are the r.impant, uncompromising, intemperand furloe money It ia DKMOl'llATIC, bill died in Sin Francisco. when he should have (if at the lame time INUKl'liNDBNT Iu tbe penitentiary, It The University of Louisville turned held to redeem outstanding silver certifi ate, temperance element fail to admit that rontalna the beat newaiuminnry, the belt reading And other all repot ia are true) been hung. He is a cales $00,247,721, leaving a balance owned their agitation has brought about this non- matter; the licit idltorlali and the Lcit market and the out 84 new doctors Friday making 150, nil tor only 81. 'J3 per year. irrandson of Senator Crittenden sensical state of affairs they cannot claim by the Treasury of $30,674,078. who got deplomiB lut week in that city. first todisgrsce the fc'ool name he bore. following resolution, which should to he candid, and yet like Oliver Twist Tbe A favorable report hss been made to Sond for Spooimon Copies. The Fitxpatriok brothers, who were the Unite-- i States Senate on the application have been acted oh at the beginning of the they want ''more." Alio Ucilcn In light-rop- e performance to give a Beesion, is now before the House: That a of Dakota fjr admission into the Union. Krcry farmer, every merchant, rtery trailer rami James E. Cover haB relumed Friday for one of the House and hireli. buUcrllie at once. .at Columbia Iwt Millian and Luke Jones, brothers, committee of nine, six from the count, where he has bought Ilemember, you get iii paperi and dou)e the vilest murders ever perpetrated, were pre- were hung at Jackson, Ohio, Friday, for threnfrom the Senate, to be appointed by reading mitter RlTenbyan ordinary weekly, bodies, take 2,200 bushels of corn at 40 cents a bu'hel, lor 8I.VJ5 Hiid it coiuea to you twice a vented by Gov. Knott, who respited them murdering Anderson Lickey, an ajed the Speakers of the week. Hind the money to our iRtnt in Someraet Importer. for doing so farmer. under consideration the revenue lawa of your county, or remit direct to ui. till March 21st. His reason Addrew Trenton, Tennewee, has in Hucceaeful THi: LOUIbVII.I.K I'OIT. A new motor, "The triple Thermic the S'ate and prepsre a bill for the better Call on 03 or write for prlcei Wo keep a does not appear. Il8-- t Loulirllle, Ky, !rie itockand will do our to four Motor," derived from the use of hi sulphido asuesidrig of property and the collection of operation one cotton reed oil mill, w to pirate you ln price A ttoman has been sentetcei and quality ol material. is announced IIF.sT. Ko prrnarntlcn A syndicate.with the revenue of 'the Sta'lp and make more Bteam flouring ulllR, one cbair factor, one veaia in the State Reformatory of Ohio for of carbon, Letu olib nnjrfaM pib fur mark. capital of $8,000,000, has taken perfect tbe revenue laws of this 8tate. They broom fectorr, one plow manufactory and Il'irnnvt t.nc 1'c.puhir I. nli, ,.re. stealing a horeo and buggy, but tbe ranr- - a paid-uauvewrkonlluen. Hw. hull ,. DASVlLUi PLAStXti this foundrj, one nteam cotton gin and will MILL i I.Mi:i)AI, & Illiliiun. 1arers in that Slate, as a general thing, go hold of it. It is claimed that it is safer may report, bv bill orotherwlse, at h.talll.liidtHljeiirw. hol.lbs h . erect another this dimmer. nd more powerful than steam. session of the General Aerembly. .. I reu of punishment Datullle, Ky. jStmi-SBceH- fi nttrioronnal Judoe Baxter has decided that the For Sale Privately!! liluc-crsfori-illll- MCllOHON in-sa- vr - y ENTERPRISE Grocery. Kentucky, THiioiiNU'r, tbtc, n, I I two-lhlr- per-m- GEO. D. BURDETT y pllci-aan- ln 0O-- . Lately sive Additions pur-chis- time-honore- Stanford Female nt Mi-mr- N. A' semi-week- ly (n t telr-phr- TERMS MODERATE. 3.- TAZaEvtoris -. c I. II. Itulriu in ."''"!. Co., (Ira-ana- 4. xmisiiiv n w r v ' , ej e. nrtt-cla.- a Fire, Lightning Tornado IS-- lowest Kates ne-il- ios .riilr OPERA HOUSE, Sv, n, sttd MYERS HOTEL, and Roputation, rn. STANFORD. KY. Propr ntici.s LiieofGco.O.IJunics 1 1 1 ... ' ,',,!"''IIb .... r. J !.. ' Ve,,.. .........,. 1 rt orl'on-eiiuip'li- ri rs,at-so- f I asix-year-o- ld 4mvjim. PLANING MILL COMPANY 3-- 1-81. jinn !. r) 2tw-Journ- Post. ) ,A Building Material Farming Lumber! lit 'tho e- p I mfmmnmt9ym 1 tf6p Stini-SSlcck- tf f At Crab Orchard, of typhoid fever, at Wednrdaya and 8atnr-day- a M. Sunday, FcjiiIm J. W, Tharp, late Murphy', March 4, 1884 reduced price at A. A. WurrenV. of Hrodhead. He win n member of the Stanford, Ky., Although the aim ahone brightly, yr ('lurch and an OJd Fellow of terday wat an exceedingly disagreeable day Hokn to the wife of Mr. li. F. Hayden, ((ood standing. A helpless wife and four 10C4. NOTICES. for March court and consequently a large Sunday morning, n 10 pound boy. children mourn hii loe, which ia indeed a enwd waa not present. Boainaa generalBuy Paints of Penny A McAlister. Km AH Wj.iiii wan anotherof the counter- nevcre blow to them. A splendid mechan- ly waa dull, e'pechlly that in itock. Ai:c Nick (took of birthday cards at Penny A ic and a good man, he will ba miffed in the feiter oonvicted by the U.S. Court. tloneer H. T. Rush report about 20 to McAlister'a. community. Hi remain were taken to Hog Cholera Cure. Penny J on. Haas 300 cattle on the market, with but few Nkw spring Mock of Ilurll Hints and Marion county for Interment. A MrAlisler sole agent. ailc. Owing to Ihe scarcity of feed and Cmmk your account with Penny A Mc- Shoe received to day. Geo. II. Hruce A cold weather buyers were unwilling to take RELIGIOUS. Co. Alister by caah or note. hold. No mule or hone, offered. The Brand new clock of every thing In the DrcoRATED and gold band, Knglish and The Citholic In New England have houaehold tiT.-C-a ll of Mr. E R jewelry lineal Penny A McAlister'. French chin tea pete at reduced priced at Increaaed from over 100,000 in 1850 to I I I m ril..l sold at fair price An Alderney nt preaent. Formerly there were A. A Warren'. . anil warranted by Penny A McAliater. cow brought $98. 75 churche; now nearly 700. Fon coughs, coldi", Ac , u Coroiiounil I'l.r.ASE do not forget that your account The building committee of the Raptial Syrup White Pine. Put up in 26c and &0c HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. Trial nlta 10c. McRoberl A wa due Jan. 1st, and that we need the church, Meaara, Abner Roger, M G. bottle. money badly. Rrlght A . Curran. John II. Weal who ha been long in Htagg. R. E. Harrow and Rev. J. M. Rruce, nil bad health died Sunday night. His ife Tut: Court of Appeal ha affirmed the deserve gnat credit for their untiring PERSONAL. alao in Buffering from pneumonia. in Ita behalf, They were on hand in -- Mil C. S. Neild, of Altamont, waaj decision in the case of UookV administraThe L. A I. 8ociely held ita meeting at (rtor vs. McRobert'a administrator, appeal aearon and out of reaaon nnd to them due Saturday. here the college on Friday night and had a very ed from the Lincoln Circuit Court. moat of the praire of ita aucceraful comple Mtw Dauy HuitNMUE ia in Lancaa'er pleaaant e.on Theaaxociation bid fair tion. Visiting relalire. IIahky Wi:nur.a write that he will to become popular and must prove benefiThe work of no paalor in the State haa Miss Jaei. Rr.ii ia the gucet cf Mrs. play h return engagement here Friday, cial to the membership. been innre aiicceful and gratifying than S. Porter Slagg. Match , at which limn he will prerent The mill which had been laid up for that of Rev. J. M. Rruce. Seven year ago Mn anuMiw. F.J. Curkan have re- - hin other specials, "Flint A Steel." aome ten day on account of crippled mabecame here a young and untried mm nnd chinery turned frooi Springfield, Mo started again on Friday roon. Maiimed. At her residence laat night by dint of earnest labor and prayful walk, Fohteh, of Mt. Auburn Mim Nannie holding a night srsiion and making agocd by Hev. IF. C. Morrison, Mra Cynthiar.a ha been indeed a bleaaing tothocouimu Female College, wa here jcaterday. (I. Oflutt, of Logan nity. When lie took cLnrge of the church run on Saturday, in waa able to ailence the Mn?. J. S. Mt'KritY ha returned from (irigg to Mr Felix for bread which was becoming very The couple will pleise receive our congrat-ulation- there were aome 80 member, many of cry a protiacted visit to Hockcaalle Spring. general. nnd carele, now there are them lukewarm Mim Ann VA.vAwriAi.r, of llarrod The wctther Siturday afternoon aid Mn H. II. lUl'OHMAt: haa boucht of over 100 live member,who dwell together night waa so bitterly inclement tbnt no one burp, visiting the family of Mr John W. in a brotherly unity reldom wllneaed. Mr. Montgomery, the Doctor' late Uout. from thi place would venture on a 20 Pit. W. R. Penny waa the lucky indi-vidand 'J00 acre of land at 75 per Then the houae of worship waa an ungain- mile ride to aee and hear the vagrant of e. at the raffle ol Miea Annie Drown' Mr. M. make over $700 by the ly arid uncomfortable wooden atructure, the Calakilli. Mtny had intended going, now a handaome nnd commanding brick. painting. pnrchare and sale of the farm. but ihe freizing experience of a former Truly it haa been good that he waa eent Phok. 11.8. 1'iiii.mi, of tho Middle trip was too distinctly remembered to per- CofMY Court waa void of intereat ye- - among u. burg Academy, waa here Siturday n route lerday. Lmit them to tcke the risk. Mera. Itoe J II Weatherford waa granted The following i Rev. H. Allen Tup-pe- r' to Louisville. and McAfee Mnrted for Stanford, but tavern license! HuMonville and the will letter accepting the call to Louiaville: probably fell by Mh. L. W. Caldwell, of the Oar., the way, aa they hive not of William Potter admil'ed to probate "Dear Rrethrrn: After careful thought ville AJwcntt, waa htrr yesterday returned. 1 he other order related mostly to change and earneflt prayer, I have decided to acdelinquent ubrriber. Some fellow report lhat he caught a in road aurveyor. cept the call of the Broadway Rapliat Harbison, of the Reulah Miss Sallie r ground hog in a trap a few nlghti ince The enowetorm which visited in on church to btcome it paalor, and it ia my and that he heard Land Faith Ileal, Cincinnati, ia gladdening the rame apecie of Wednesday night did not conclude it pr expectation to enter uhjii the duties of her friend hf re with her presence. animal raiding arcund every night and Mn I, K, Tr.viiia back from hla Kan-- a formance till Sunday night, during which thi paMoratc on the firt Sabbath in April. hence seek to ixplode the theory of its ranche, where he reporta everything time a vaM amount fell Satnrday the With the faith that the aplrit of God i aix week' retirement. Ilia argument, if progressing finely. There baa been vry lit- thermometer wan down tox'roand tie guiding in thi important decision, and it prove anything, only prove that juvenaprll ciied rnoreiiflrinz thn tiie one In that my brethren in Rroadway will uphold tle anow in that State thin aenaon. ile ground hog hve no more aense than unexivcted. my hand In the greit work to which they H. 1'isii, of Mt. Vernon, Mop January, a it w Mu. J young while folk and by discarding trahave called me, I come to them with my ditional wisdom ped here yiMerday, returning from Frankget into trouble. I can't 1 lir. Countr Jevrnal ot yeaterday atated fort, where he compromised hi claim for lhat Mr. Steven, of Auburn, K., had hart burning to know nothing among go back on the ground hog. and him crucified them except the capture of the woman murderer, jul coiDplrtftl a quilt that ha 11 Wl1 Your brother inChrit FRANKFORT, KENTUCkY. Christ. for SUoO piece in it. That' a pretty good quilt, we Every aeat wi a crowdf d and iheaialt Kitfer Jhttt tor Journal, Mrrwiu A.K.Penny and A. A Mc admit, but Starford can itandgojuM full of standing people at the dedication of Col. Talboti' bill to tax peraona engag Kinoey went to Danville Saturday night C01 better. Mia Helm ha juM Templar, of the Raptiat church Sunday. The preach-e- r, ed in the liquor traffic for the benefit t f ll e to the meeting of the Knight complettd one ith It 800 piece in it. Rev. II. Allen Topper, Jr , read the common acboola, baa laehed the gran where the former waa inllhted Into tie mysteries of the order. The Stanford Orchrn'ri, comxed of Pr Mih l'salrn, from which he deduced the ncum of the atagnant pool ol legislation to It waa Mr. Frank 1. Iloblnaon who W. H. IVnny, Joe F Wa'er, Al O HufT the text ' Go Forward" and from it he de a foaming atate. In other word, the bold Irom Hoyle haa raised a breez. married Mia Florence Drye and rot Will man, D. K. Garrard, Win. Sverance and livered a aermon of unuaual power and ela the tpe made u say. That he lis got T. Kmv, made it initial bow before the oquence. At itacloie Rev. J. M Rruce, For too daya the Hall of the Lower Houee a a good and prel'y public at the "Hip Van Winkle" performthe paMor, arose and made the gratifying hi rung with fiery apeecbea for and againit I a sensible, ai well wife, iaahown by the fact that ahe made ance Saturday night and acquitted itatlf atatement that the building which had jut the bill. So far the friends of the bill have him come up and subscribe for the iNtr- - very hardomelv, receiving not only hearty been given to the Ixrd waa free of debt, had a majority, but the opposition hia moil Joi'KNAL belore leaving ior mtir applaote, but intny high compliment from the email remaining amount due for ita fought effa vole by speech-makinand dil He urged j i' friend. construction having been aaaumed by two atory motion. new home in CampbelUvllle. The discuaaion of the colmeasure will be resumed Tue'day. In the that he already took inch and auch a paper, S Court at IOuivillc found cr three of the brethren, after which a The but ahe insisted that ahe had rather have JrL-- and lirori-t- Kindard. ff thia county. lection for Foreign Miraions waa taken up, uirau uujo me uqior iieaier are greauy the iNTEiilou JOCHNAL than nan a ui ua of c ,unterWlin,. Stephen N. Cop mulling in the inscription of over $50. A disturbed and are dcin their level best to of it, and producing the money, ahe clofd pige, who waa thought too hone't a man ti apecial feature of the aervicea waa the ex the bill. If Col. Talbott'e tLe argument by aending it on to u. te guilty of auch buainev, waa a lo convic- cellent sincing, which ha been praised on , pet" will put from a half million to a mil-and Mr J. M Philip, the organ Ron to the credit of the common echool side ted and all will get term in the penitenLOCAL MATTERS. . lt, duly complimented. At niuht Ker. I. funil nnnunllr an I there will be no tiled The latter deaerve but little tiary. RlliDcige at W. IMligglna'. He had plentr to live on but T. Hle commenced a protracted meeting, for ' Federal aid." The Senatorial caucus left the LegUla- to make which will last through the week, Mahcii came In like a roaring lion anl could not re'iM the temptation to he held in the morning and at night, lure in a dreadfully demoralized condition money, however dihonetly. no miatake. . Refure the congregation w.-- diaraisicd.Mr. and then came the (bod, which took ofT T-- i Owino to the aevere blizzird the ajiecial Tupper made a most impres'ive and pathet- m.inv members and oficntime there is llrT aeed potatoea and onion aela at cxeurrion to the MoWade performance ic farewell addrer, which cau-eH. Walton'. the tear scarcely a quorum pre'ent. The session More than a to rise in many eyea unused to weeping wan a coiiipir.uive failure, hi been ex;ended ir.iii finitely and unless pound of good New Urltari TiilHTttN had agrt-rrotue, but the ' hundml made them tuckto out. Only aome j He ia greatly beloved here and will go to there is a general shaking up theGeneral Ap nugar for ?1 at T. H. Walton'. weather hu new charge in Louiaville with the biat eembly will b; in Frank tort until the merA I'KirnY pickle diah given awy with aixtfin or eighteen came and among thtm wishe and m.iat earnest prayer of hi ry month of Miy. nere Mr. and Mr. L. I Oileiuau, Mr. and brethren and ilert. one package of tea at A. A. Warren'. I).'. John D. Word', the Public Printer-elec- t, C. D. Mo, Mr. and Mra Champ promiee to p'lt out a first c'am p -Come and ee our Uirplay of agricultural Mr LAND. STOCK AND CROP. W. R. Crooke, Kiat Rernaladt; per In the Ci i'al abmi the 11 ofJun. implement when in town, IlrightACur- - MulUna and Mr. J. L. Whitehead and other of Mt. e, ran. For Sale, $50 worth of Fodder J. II He will eatabli'h xn- Vernon. All exprrfed themle repaid Miller, Stanford. in ererr resect, and dothe Sine work to J.S. Hocker, li:q, oU to Henry N for the difaitreeable trip. A, J. Haydenaold to Thoinaa Robin- - the Q leenV taste. WareSahare of First National Umk al The Governor haa not yet appointed a on 23 hogs, 151 lb , at 5 cent. 120. AN etlurt i being intde, which i meetred bull Register of the Lind O.B je, but will proba2 year-olA thorouchbred ing with much aui.ee, to f.rni a joint Genuine New York Kirly Iloe, Peer bly do so by the midJU of the week. It is 5'. a'cck company fur thepurpoae of puichaa-in- g foraale. W. E. Amon, Stanford. 'lea and Ilurbank otatoe at W. II. W. T. Smith aold to W. Greeneberg, of the general belief th- -t the appointment and operating the Lincoln Flouring . will go to eistern Kenttickv, inasmuch as mare for $CS MIHa, now lying idle on account of the Highland, a 9 year-ol- d A nice piece of glaa'ware given away Two Gale Chilled plow at a bargiin the nomination waa conceded to that sec fiilure of its owner. Properly managed with every $1 worth of good cofl'oj at A tbt mill i bound to be a paying inveai-m- e locloaeout. T. R.Walton, corner Main tion in the Slate cinventtnn Judge Reck-ne- r, A. Warren'. of Winchceter. ! been drought forit and e are glad to know that a num-b- r and Somerset atreet. The Rowling Green Gauttc reporte ward by his friend ui the laat lm days and of oir atibitanlial buainea men have frtighl, Havimi aecured a reduction in I will hereafter aell the beat baler' brd taken larje amuunti of atock In it. The aaleacf 51 head 2ycsr-ol- 1G ateer at $25 will be backed for - I he U wi r h by the hand mules at mountain member-Co- l. . S S Me property can be bought fir $18,500 which and a car load of 15 to at riz I avfof2-Talbjtt speak- - Tal rtwillr, Sp $121 ii le than it cot and we hop, to aee it in John S. Owsley haa been xtrj unHand made plow gear, cuddle and bar optrition in a hort time. county, r.e and every thing in the lim at W. K fortunate with his lamb. More than a Men and women are fqually I enefitt d Waynehiuiiii. J. M. J. aend ua the hundred have died, presumably from the Caron A Son'. All good warranted. by the use of that great brain and neave u following iteuir: L G. Gooch bought of cold, 10 of then Sunday night. , I have received a full lire of cloth and R F. Gooch hi farm of about 150 acr venator, Merwin' Specific, the great Eog-lla- h N. J. Cone reports the killing of caaaimerea and am now ready fr the for $500. L. G. and E S. Gooch bought remedy. Sold by Penny A McAlister. eight of hi sheep by dog. The Legislaapring trad. Call and examine good of H. W. dldwell 7 acre of land reir ture should do something to protect the m:it aivi:utiskmj:nts. andatyle. H.C. Jlupley, the Tailor. New Waynehurg for $100. At the rale raiders frjm sur-- worthless canines. I HAVE a few more No. 4 Hamilton The citixen of Richmond,tiring of alan-dar- of R F Gooch one fivweai.olJ mare aold titije, have had lhir clock aet to aun for $75 50 nnd one dry c w brought $13 Clipper Plows, with two etiel points, for time. The tamo ahould be done hue 25 Mr Zichoriah Padgett, Sr, add hla sale, at $11 each. Also fevernl Moline We heard of no one being conaultcd when firm of 90 acre to putiea from Pendleton Plows at k prices. W. K. Willams, I ihll continue to kep oh hand at mr ibop a He ha fold out with HuMonville. county for $150 it wai moved back. aupply of Mrser Sewing Maebluea and Hxtuici, no it those dialrlDg them will pleas call. intention (f moving Weal. Colonel tin At a tale in Wooutoru, says the cun a I will also receive amounts due the Company and The Superior Court ha reverted thede-cisio- Johnaon who ban been low for eome time lot of yearling cattle sold for $30 per head; reeeln for ibesame. on the of the Lincoln Circuit Court l'ETEll IIAJITOX, wi'h lung enVctioiiH ia alowly impioylng, lot of heifer cslves $20 50; another lot of 229-t- f bunfjrd, Ky. m caae of Jarae v. Buchanan on original One of the moat faahlonable a well aa same $10 50; sheep $5 per head; brood sows and affirmed it on croa appeal. The cae 1 mule $101; horses of Philpot va. Renge, Pulaaki, wa reversed. almoat the largcat audieoce of tho aeaon $8 50 to $15 per head; Millinery Business For Sale. breasted the raging anow atorm Saturday from $92 to $140; milch cow $60; corn in Hollingsworth, Cai'TUHed. Wishing to retire Irom tho liuilnen I ofT.--r for night to aee Robert MoWade in hi great crib $2.55 per bbl. of Jackaon county, aasifted by Mr. T. R. R. P. Fox A Son sold to John Ruch- - sale my slock of MILLIN'KIIY and Fixture., on character of "Rip Van Winkle " which he Ciraon, arreted John die on the train be ha presented over 4,200 times in the last nnan, of Bourbon county, 8 broke mules at tery reasonable term.. 1 would a'sobe pleased If bo are Indebted (o me will call and Fettle. tween here and Junction C.ty, Fridny, for fourteen years. That he was uplendid goes $155 per head. S. P. Fox sold to same tnosc N. LOG AX, StlSS a murder committed in that county in almoM without aaying, but of hit support ix mules at $050 for tho lot t Huitonrllle, Ky. 18S2. There wan a rewaid ol $500 for hi the least id is perhapa the better. We S. P. Fox A Son Bold to A. C. Turner, of captuie and Mr. Hollingaworth after fol-- J can not, however, refrain from the remark Cdumbia, 8. C, 20 cotton niules nt $125 ! lowing Cole' trail through aeveral atatec, that had he used hi gun on the most of per head. 17 head horses sold at $90 to i aa above. accidentally came on him Register. ond Having sold my Kaiu, I will offer at public sale to them, especially hihrewlh wife, he would the highest bidder, at my resldeno 3 mile. The Glasgow Time? enys: (1 od jack to hae easily been acquitted on the gtound west offcunford ou the Huitouville pike, A oentleman, who doea not aapire through thia section. the prominence of Rrother Murphy or oljuMifiible homicide, if the audience had stock ia in demand commanding good figures -- aa ON THURSDAY, JI Alt. Ill, '81,Mr. Vennor aa weather prophet, ray he have been permitted to eerveaa juror. Rut Mules are All my Stock, roclstlns of erhapit il tea not matter o much. "Rip" they always do and number one jacks, tf can at last tell what kind of weather there nnd to thore is the central figure in every scene and hi good bone, size and rpirit ara being looked Twenty-- a ved young Steers, 4 Cow., springers, waa after it haa transpired fact is that there are none soma youn Hellers, 5 head of Horses, IS hsad if who think that this ia the worat winter they funny sayings, his repeated 'Vchworo offa" fir. A singular Hop-.- , all of ray Farming Implements, about 73 animals immediately around have aeen, he will state that from the firat and his pathetio parting from hi little of these barrels of Corn, some Hay and Fodder and some A good jack stood in Glasgow Household and Kitchen Furniture. cf Jan. to the 2od of April, 1881 it anowed 'Stecnie," w en l.ia wife 'rlvea him from aiaegow. Tkkws. The aile will be road on a credit ot rained 20 day and hoae, I an en'ert unimnt in themselves would receive, we believe, a fine patronage. on 30 different daye; 4 extra six months on all auuis over 110; that amount and Snow fell all day. 15 h and deligh id everybody who wltnewed Tho inmn mnsr renorta rails of under, easb, aleeted 2 day. IIEVIIES IVILLIAMS. them Inre mtilea for $700; 11 head ca'tle for ittSMd April, 1881. 1SS0 and on the Nov. lii nttriorouriw! Uhk Thnrbtr' 'M roasted cuflee. In the market. T. R Wilton. Rest 11 DEATHS, Dkcohatkij and plain chamber nU at r May delivery 5 lib!. FniHH fih on nt Harria A and corn at $2 30 per Che-nau- T.. PLOWS ! PLOWS ! PLOWS I Ne-viu- a, ra 1 i THE largest stock of Plows ever brought to Stanford. Sole Agents for the South Bend Chilled Plows, that took 1st premium lj in your own neighborhood, the a. 1 reel-denc- e i"ter-viewin- Dun-nrga- I4-'.ti- e i.w -- m law-mak- 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 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. g j r BRIGHT & CURRAN, ? kuj t.ed. ll ' ! aym-ptthy- i j ' d T. Ill WALTON f (E-- M. Hig-gin.- d 1 GROCER, E-- re-j- d Singer Sewing Machines. bed-roc- n -- COR. MAIN & SOMERSET STS - I 22-- J. PUBLIC SALE $lC0.-Richm- '! v 4 STANFORD, - KENTUCKY, '- iJkA (W! Skillful Surgery. ru'iKKssnmi. Ilruno Knorr shot himself, in New York, AM U. CfllOKTr. J W. RROWN Then going up to his wife he placed his on the Ulth ult., the bullet, of 32 caliber, piercing his skull just on the ctntra! line iifjtioEsrr & urovn, hand upon ber bony shoulder. ' March 4, 1884 inanecp, nmmanu mrney Bindlnai. Stanford, Ky., ,VT "Come, wife, cheer up. If there' a cam between the eyes. Dr. W. F. Fluher, one OF ALL ISMjrr MT. VEKNON, KV. el to be had for love or money yon shall of the consulting surgeons, of liellevuo fWEasTrjf$y IVNASRIDr.fjf ED' i Discord in a Hitherto have that shawl, I s'poe I mought ci Hospital, and Dr. Oobert P. Morris, the How Maney Prompted ALEX. ANDEnSON; "frff it ru well give it fust as last. Cheer up, old house surgeon, probed for the bullet, aud Happy Family. moTioNAjsuppLr.mTt AT I'tMlNKV A.T I..A.W, found that it had paased through the brain, "lVvllier,"Mid Mra.Stebbcn.'.holdin up woman!" DANVILLE, KY., woman!" shrieked Mrs. Stebbins takiug a course slightly upward and to the til lirctlff lu the Courts of Boris sad tjolnlng "Old a tliick envelope. "Ilere'a a letter for vou. POR M&tT AND BEAST. nutlM and la lb Court of Al- -l, THE STANDARD. 'Taint from Brother "Will, nor Irotn Sile' "He calls me old. Havel liyed all these left. It was impcssible to remove the bul(ZLWJ WkIisIcis. It has 1 18,000 Won In. i or mom than n third oln oontnry tho I H. FIBU. yon, d' long yeats to have that man tell me to my let by the way which it had entered, and a. wrilln' tew J. wife. Wl oie been illHIO IZnitrnTliiir. unl Noi 'VH.aUI.Jh. .iicm-- ii njuiiiniiRi.inimiitimnloon I t H.unv, . fnco I'm old? John Stebbins, I hate you! Dr. Fluher decided that the hist thing to known to millions nil nvnr )i.. r..i-i,- i ...I UlllLTUIllllllll uii'Uiiiiiiry. Anj JUitfr Coin inliiioiii-- r IUh krmtle Circuit Cour. you think?" ho only saro rollanco for tho rollof of! n"lril In dor'l OflW 'I1 JLbJUi i,uoo n pirn m iTInfliiKAon.) MT VKItNON, KV. r n you! Keep your money! I'm do was to cut a hole through the skull at mI iieclilenUi niul jinln. n is u moUlolnol Firmer Stebbins took off his warm coon-aki- n 1 h luU. 1VIII prarllro In lh llockcMtl-- i Courti. nixiv p pneo mm prnlso the 1I SO to 1 nf nv ollirr miiim to leave you! Yel I will hev the back of the head where the bullet was a .prtUltr. Ufflc l Court-houof lu 1I "A cup, tied the ears together and hunR "J1' "'!"'"' rnniUr lnteilui.ni kind, r or ovorv form nfnTti.n.ni ! 17 ... . lodged and get it out that way. The diffH(lllOI.AItH, llr.t litiln it up; then he felt in ech pocket for his somethh.' nel I'll her a divorce!" TIMVlll.'lManilNt-IIOOIvi- . LEE P. UHFPMAN, Mrs, Stebbins threw her check apron iculty was in determining tho exact location A c ln(r l Pt.in lor I Authority wild ib- - U. s. itpectacles. a... 4 in horn T, upri-'nirt. Itiw,mniin.li'd by U." Mttr ' rtrANFOKD. KY. of the bullet. Dr. Fluher, by means of "Tlic'ro in the bible, where vou left over her head and sobbed aloud. huii't.ufScluiola In 30 Mule. Offlco South lla Mln Btrwt, two itoor abott "Great Scott!" exclaimed the bewildered the probe, got the general direction that ,.., . . mid" his daughter Myers Hotel. th ntht, pi," ,UA LIDRARY IN ITSELF." then juuBui.iK i.inuiioni is wiinoatnn count. PurNliroui OHJ (lu a.tulahUrtM wbsn rt- "what's a goin' to come next? Hetty, the ball hid taken and formed his judgTho luteal million, In tho quantity of inaKor n i jraucirairi mill mutclr to Then he fcpraduced them, and he fitted imn, qolred. rte rry bone lietll inakliiff tho confirm. ll"' '""Rt r- - ,u i, 00MBlh''i U)Jl8tlH' to iheni.overhjs note, and held the letter out me and your mother never had a ralequar'l ment by it. The hair was cut from the nico of pain mul InHjiminiitlon Ihidov 11. l'ENKV, Kioto. Ita Itha.a36oonoroWonin.nerlythrTMiT. . Vll Y. lliimnn vi.i. ...,.i yet, and here she is a lalkin' of divorce and back of Knorr's held, and a hole the size a goo! arm' length before him. Mkl'!'J1.P."0i.,'n.,,'M, wr equally wouili-rvi I;''KrtInB. in wiy cJir A .. Vi'i"'., . can Dlrtinnary. me to my fice. It's of a cent was cut through the Bkull. The B.'Veid the John Jacob BTANKOIlt), KKNTUlKY. j'4,J.o-h-J lYTYTTLUItlnini.r.tirp.,it nndri-IUIil.- . .S. acliiwil. ' all on akkount of that miserable, consarn-e- d instrument wed was a trephine, which is a Offl-old farmer, plowly, and in a loud voice. orr Ri'il s t.rtl' itore Ortu lour liinatrrtutlinulinltifnmllj.- - S. 11 1 ,.. VI money. Take the check back to the cylindrical saw with a handle like that of frmnlol. w a mn nllti3r H. Apetfirllrsail WARMLY INDORSED JTY w, the question "That' me, for dure, mlnlileri'J nrcnttirr audi high aullnirllle. n. who?e been an' writ to me?' unknown fiend as sent il; nary cent of it a gimblet. It was placed against the skull is, an you 8y, Ooo. ltniicrun, H. , l ,..-.,- ,. Unlmrnt is norl"d lj- - &omrtolr In I and worked round and round until a circuI1, l!r,;y"M' ,,ol,n " mercy 8 ike, do open it," said Mra. will I tech!" "For V ''I'll- - . yvuiy nouso. j. very nay brings no ws of j "I fln'l afraid of it, pt, add Hetty, lar hole was cut. The bullet was removed l'i'i.,,n"..l,i.,,,V W' " ""wr.ll., h ; ' "" vimi rm or liurii I 8tebbin. "I eball lly if you set there and Ilullork, .1. O. Ilolliiuil. sntxliivd, or rhrumnUo lunrtyrn re-as she vripjd her teira away. Then she be through thii hole. A rubber drainage tuba 8'OIUtl. Of A Ml I tin I.I n In. ran . ... fI Jiiinr.T. I'lfiilj, v'.l l'l'aT.,' finger it any more 'thout knowin' what it Alilmt, ...-..tl.(flltnl...ll A iLtrk rcl, I... I'. Jlar.h, ttH-- r to examine the check with a look of was then piaced-througwllh b n nofo gin (he br.tin, its ends IMn.T. llnirU. Hriuiil'. Ilnttto. mean." dt hit rrluni la in. sudden interest. At last she exclaimed projecting an inch through the lule cut by v 'Ye-?T. pi, do re id it," urged the daugh- loudly. HM.sii it N- w K.litf..n bruiga It fai.ly npt- - Lu. .. the uuitei auu an men inrotigit mo note ter. "Mijbe it' an offer of a ichoul for Trio . n..r iippUw!tl a "Why, pa, you never read M" i me." made by the trephine. The operation 4, ilil.inlivMt, mill llHNlAll.VM Then sbo laughed; slowly at first, thtn "LikeenuOl like enufl!" answered bir PATENT REFERENCE INDEI, which was witnessed by nearly the whole r. lAluiUii and linn- arm father. "Lel'a ee what the postnmk i. louder and haidcr, till she had a regular stall of the hospital, lasted .four hours. invention. Mlienmntlsin. Hrrftllniri. nillT 'iii-nRj'tiiu ezeureasl'ti fie of hyiterics. Mrs. Stebbins ran for rem- On the following Satuiday and Siadiy the i """"i "inrnctcrt JUti.elc, llnrm .... "Wny, it' Bating. -. n mail lnt h FttK,"i '"'1In a hm t In Inyi Uk" iiukk.c iiu, liruixcji i.iil ar SiiMliif, l'l.liniio-i- i edies and Mr. Stebbins pounded her on the Illtm miiI B,&C.MERRIAMACO..ruIr,e.IrinKf. :.. Mm a lif in' man." .. ,,i,i MIllCS, J tillllraa. patient was stupid and pirlially unoii-sciou, tuck, When she got her breath again she norm, I'lcr.-"ro ,"Cill me if you happen to need me,"eaid iilitnliK. but at times he gave monosyllabic oiiiD .mil, niul Mr. Stebbins, with a fioe mrcmru. "I'm nearly repeated tLe operation and each answers to question. Monday he was imrrii ritrj- - ronii i, tttertml C . It lirnlrivlftioiitKCftr. to net the eallrizen' for the time she looked at the check she went into much brighter and could talk and feed goin' out I ...-.." 3 .. .P I )..! 1't.lMWt v iu.Aiiin iirurvti spasm of laughter. ..irniiia, 'mi. Ntrlnny, NCirr Jnlnt., IreaJ." himself. His right arm ictus to be pira J J (Uiiulrr, T!rttr. Nana. lli.nr HI.. I J;! b "It's nothin'," she gaped, with xeference "Uiuiuie the stamp pop," "aid John O CD ViKO.Funl Itnl. Kiiv.v 11 . ft.....,. I lyzeJ. Hopes are entertained if his ultl & O MillionB Stebbin?, Jr. "They're dou't nobody to the check she still held in her extended Horn, Ntrnlclira, UlmU, Scientific American. male recovery. H?V"l "l'"""! 'liruli, Klitclioiip, m c--h r-- .. CD CD rite to us only Heltie'a beau and be don't hand, "nothin' in the world but an -l. Old Nnrr., 1H IZrll. Film imni. Chicago flic Nlnht niul errr- - olhri- ulluii-.- u A Successful failure. aend enny thing but pjntal keeriK" to trinen l ho tif ihu The fools ain't all dead yet," said the CD 11 "Yes, George, dear, I accept ycur proflci- art-- Ilnlilr. thi time Mr. Stebbins had slowly uinuie nun Biucu TIIK .V,V UNK Itt'NNINd Ibo "Inlrmi .tllliUllK 2. Inline, it O farmer drylj; "I might hev knowed there eJ lose and will be your wife,"and a pair of c nlwnyn crrvs pml nui r il.ju'rioU.u, and laboriously flticcetded in m'ttin; the -v cj and it Is, j.uiiUvt.y, O strong arms clasped her tightly, lovingly. envelope off his letter. A b.ink check for was a ketch semewhere." CD CD "ImustFetthe bread risin'," raid the AND SOI.lI TK.WN.S , 'You have heard, of course," she said $10,009 fell out! It was beautifully print CD demurely as she folded her tent like from under the lapel of his coat,' that papa ed in green and gold and endorsed en its wife LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO OK ALL has failed ?" bick with the name on its face; not a line the Arabs and silently stole away. "I've fed the critters," said John Jacob, it. accompanied "No, I hadn't heard that," said George, 1 Knot-tIrom tt J'- -r llr.ti.ht.fU A N. It n. iirli. In 1HiiirliU i Jerusalem!" exclaimed the old Jr , who ha 1 been listening at the door and weakening his grip a little. 00 13 in tiu. lo uke lb- i train of lb Motwi now put in a hamefaced appearance Huule aul ko through to "Yes," she continued, nestling more farmer, ''here'n n windfall. Now who do rt- "I'm thankful I escaped a liviti man," cloeIy to him, "he failed last week, and " (trecnnisllo, franforilsTlllp, Iwifayctte support wife ever sent me sich a pile of said the farmer, as he tore the bogus check ?03 UW OE BSAST. mooej?" iiuu viimiu Tfiiiiout cnaiiKt'. 'Tti a l puts a diflereut phase upon mat TIMKTAH1.IL I "The land knowg," said hia wife, who into a thousand pieces. entirely," said George, struggling to teis had done nothing but atare at the check. EYj ' hauo.nb. tun, "There's a mtn at the door," said Hetty. break loose, but the girl held him fast and i.)jY I j l.i.. U.iii.Tlllf. . ..... Uccle Silaa has come back 'Why, It's Jim Vance deir Jim," and she continued: "D're . 7n"7m u u ! I Air (nr.i,lli.. Wrights Indian VegetablePills oi.. Mrs. M. L. from furiu' parta and died and left me iLe hastened to welcome him in "And settled with his creditors at two pi O 'iMiMitipM p- CD J i .. ;wf"ir;1"'' K'lt TIIK. It i trie in Detroit Free Prrss. hull of Lia estMi?" cents ombe dollar, and" 1 IWM IJUna : He uever did such a thing before," raid r 'Nay, dearest," interrupted George, k2- Speaker Carlisle's Gavel. I Th: T?1 J'frc' "M,u- ""'X " CD Mr. Stebbins innocently. - I" ttlwwli, Mmoi. CD CD Za !""do nut speak of such sordid mat1 t??' 'V" Ac It has btcome customary, by courtesy, 1 .VfUuk., J -i lurlhrr lufciriy.Uw, m.l,lrw, 'We can move into town now," said Mim And all Bilious IUUKAV K h I.I.Kit. I ! A for a retiring Speaker to take with him ters. Let us think only of lore and the tk- Hetty proudly. UuUfttte, Kj iiirl)r veiretablo. nonrlp the gavel he has used, to keep as a relic in happiness which the bright future has in Safe to take,I'i'in- i. a'i lim-if"S we kin," aaid Jihn Jacob, Jr., "and I store" his family; so a new one must be made for will have a vloaa(ede and bnikil and wear - Kinzz. But, geulle reider, let us leave them in elected. The new one made for my hair, hoorajj each Speller plaiicloe and bang Philtheir young love aud perfect trust. the prevent Speaker has a very plain, stout E Won't we big apples awim tho'." round hickory handle, about ten inches adelphia Call. "Stop your noiae," aaid the perplexed long. Its mallet is a stout piece of Ivory, In the mint at Sin Francico there are farmer, looking in the direction of a birch about five ioches in circumference, and fifty women employed at a salary of $2 75 ".tick that protruded from the cloik n Kouto on either end are two blue circles. The per day. The hours are from nine o'clock helf. "Yon needn't think you'll git all roa first handle mads for this new gavel was in the morning until four in the afternoon, you want 'coa I'm rich, I can find lota of iiSf? br nuilrd nDpCto 811 'I1 iiua' a fancy one of ebony, with various pro- with the exception of Siturday, when Washlnflton, Philadelphia N.Y. lacea for money an' don't you forgit it omf A a 4 tiu . t ff iu, .,arr jections and indentations, making it very work ends at two. Their butinest is to I r young maul" ,) au-f r pUtUjnc r Th.only D runninj KcUb f "Feyther," said Mr. Stebbins. "there's weakin certain place; so at the last mo weigh the gold and silver after it has been v. - I m t to IIIMlItlltt1 PDLLJCAN JCEW 8IEEPIN0 0AH8 only one thin; I've alius wanted to hev in ment a new handle had to be made, left rolled, annealed, cut and washed and they D. U. FERRY Kich piece case we ever got rich, an' now I kin hev it. the new Speaker should break the ebony are known as adjusters, one the first time he used it with emphisis should weigh 112 grains for a silver dollar It eee ma loo good to be true." "Some fol I euppoae; out with it, He is cot a man, however, given to acting to be up to the standard, a slight discrepanI.VTKItlOIl JOIH.VAI. raoM then, you hevn't b;en half a bad wife and I on violent impulses or easily provoked to cy being allowed on either side. If a coin anger on any occasion. Two of those, how- is found to be outside the limit, it is re- DKSIUilirK NTOICK - ItOdM STKAM JOIJ OFFICK LotilMflllc,ClucIniiHlliuitlI,x don't mind lettin' you hev one ailk gown, liiRlnu, Hy., ever, whom be has within a few weeks turned by the adjuster; if two light it is L'ndertbeSU Aph Uotrt, no occupUl Uj',H. if it dou't come too deir " Uo;h )Yry Itlm! of Printing ul "Hut it ain't a silk gown, feyther," said railed to take his place in the chair have condemned and must be remelted; if too K. Wnrrn. Cll on or tirtt JHKXIt Y MIA Vtl II 31.4 X, City prices. Ir )ken the strong handle of the new gavel. heavy it is filed to its proper weight. Mrs. Stebbins, bridling. Or 31. V. VOUT3IA.. Oice the mallet end flew off the handle "Oli, in a gold neckchain, is it, with a IV. WAI.TO.Y PKOI. At a benefit entertainment in New Hav"me ueal wlln faal Ualna lor watch dangling on the end, so you can eee and just missed striking one of the clerks en one of the incidents of the money get how you waste lime. Well, if I did git at the table in front of the Speaker's dek t'ng was a mock auction sale of old maids. this money easy I don't stand no sort of upon the head. Such a blow from the There were thirteen of these spinsters, and RE IT ORIAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL UP The Direot Route toLynchburg, Dan chinceof foulin'it away. I know its real heivy piece of ivory would have been the bidding was spirited; but iti result relit. Tht It shall srNroD. for m; rrtoi In KENTUCKY CENTRAL iiDUvful Washpainful if not serious in its effect. kerp s'orl In an liousi-Irille, Norfolk, lh rllr ai one Hum vallr too well." flected on the prrspicacity of the gentle- tuoif tbau filtr of gun puwdir. "I gues what's jours la mine," said Mrs. ington Letter. t IJ. Ttintanr prmon caiirlcinl ol n rlolatlon men who did the tm'.ding, for alter Ihli Dnllnance iliall l. Hnel nut S'Aibbtns shortly. 1i than firi- - ilo All Virginia and North Carolina Expulsion of Hats. bt ra bm nor the unmasking the chattel who had oflaow. more tban twentjr are ilullirt Mr e.u whsl'n mine is my own. I'm goin' A wri'er in Chambers' Journal relates his "An' -- TK MOST DKillUllLK KOUTE T- OPointa. commanded the fewest offers and was 3d. Tbli ordinance ihall tateir:t from Ita paa- For ticket, ami lurtber to build a wing ontothp 'ioue with this en' experience in ridding his house of rats. JXo' XeltOHKIlTH, your nean.i ticket office, or Information, pply lo knocked .down at the humiliating fig- "l',i . addrcM Clljr Clerk. bay in some fine stock and the meadow lot He first tried the remedy of ure of -- 3 cents proved to be the handwhen she gits pouring tar into the entrance of their holes bo Hetty can live with us AlvrlblPit Agt, And decidedly the Popular lloute, adordlnir. it II somest and wealthiest young woman cf Ticket .,.,1 A SIOW? MhIiiNI., UulMllle.Ky" and also of placing broken glas by their married to Jim Vance." t do, Ion changea and auperlor accomtuo-Ullonthe city, Indeed! Jim Vance! I guesa I'll go to holes, but neither remedy did he find offec- Missoari, Iowa, Kansas, Toxai, (J.u'l Maaavrr, Novel Dentisthy. A new method of W. M. D0011K3 aD MAUY A. I0')1!K3. Ills ..M.r Agl,, the city and get acquainted with folks, now live, ttut bound 1 1 get rid ol too rat WlKK. I'KTITIOX Exi'lKTKK. lUehmond, Virginia. tooth drawiuK haa been invented bf a denThe North, Northweat and Weal. In fact, If you money," said Miss Hetty. "Jim if such a thing was possible, he tried we're got Notice U hrrrbr Rlr.n that W. J Hooroa ami ooute liiiilates trip In any dlrwtlon, your tutet-a- t Dogrtrs. liU fil,thlr Ifilut will lie lieataerml by purrbaalnK rour tlcketa tU is only a common farmer boy; not but that another well known remedy, which proved tist in Germany. A Hiuall square of India Marjr A. the Lincoln wife, liaTi-Court, In C. and Cincinnati. prajlni; I'ullmau I Mlaoi-- in; Kli' rubber, pierced with a central hole, ia pu. li- Court to empower aabtCircuit A, IHwrr. lo un, aaid Mar he ia a good fellow, but maybe I cin do more satisfactory. He caught a couple of gint New Day (Vjachea, od h.inUmifly furnlah-e- d TAKE THE Fell aul conrer. fir lirr own ed over the tooth till the upper pirt ol the Iterlliiiiin Chair Car larin the unequal linlit. any urge raU in a trap alive and then besmearbetter now." property inenuy own or actjul tri-from the this Old ltellable. thribr making irradu- - dalmior delitaofher huiin.i i'm.u John Jacob, Jr., gave a long whistle "I ed them all over, except their heads with root is reached. The India rubber a trip of er Dili line one ol luiurluu comfort and L"1.'" wouldn't give up Jim till I see the other tar, and let them lcoec in their favorite ally contract. i.ulU out the root and ihe ,?."'' ',''"1.'!!' niiiur mm, ,n.J mn ,ll'io. pUaiure Try tt. powera TIME TABLE. I.N KKFECT " l'il' hjiii NOVEMULIt l. 18S3 OHIO ''OT'uiniloiieJrTrayea for. Can. win MISSISSIPPI fi. W. feller, Het," he eiid provdkingly. run. But he says: I could not follow oflendini; tooth ia finallv enucleated with-- . for bearlDirat tfte JlarcU trui.l8j, of .aid i. ,ct lime herein . tiurl. heretofore given. Ii'm niluutia flower tlin time , 27-- t was set," tug-- these two the pitient anjr paiu whatever. out "It's time the bread-risin- ' I clerk rats into their gested Hettie to her mother. numerous runs to Bee what would happen, ! our or five day are generally required to VOU TIIK Very flight No. Booth. "You can set it then," retorted Mrs. 8teb- - but it is reasonable to assume that they complete the operation. No 1. No. 11. bins crwlj; "I've worked and slaved for either summoned together all the members bleeding and a flight swelling of the gum Lvo. Covington.... : ) ia " Falmouth 15 a in I IS p in your feythf r nigh onto thirty years and Le of their community, and by their crestfall- are the only inconvenienced experienced, " Cynthlana ... IV ii a iu 6 IS p mi 10 Mini C M p mj But money has en appearance gave their comrades silent I'arlt Arr. never refused me before. raoii Says the stern father: "My daughII w i in 6 to p m i.re rana made him indications of the misfortunes which had" Air. IxxliiKton...... It IS p u C to p ill ter ia lovin, but not ambitious. In "Mercy on us, woman, what is it you bo suddenly befallen them, or that they liaj Lt. I'rli 0 W p ni,M... her life affection will be everything. Will " Mlllembunr. fi ZO p in want?" he growled. frigh c led their brethren away, for they " CarlUlo you ever speak crosa to her?" "Never." ,'i?5,n,LJ.,,8.v'y-6 Upir,.. "A camel's hair shall all all border," one and all forsook the place and lied. The Arr. Mayivllle. .. 8 10 p m, ...... and I he North, rre llirJor Cars In ',', "?.'.?. "What assurance have 1?" "This en!" and OA a tu aobbed the wife. Lve. I'arU i"l I'.lro Slwplni? Car. to Cincinnati IVa.hinJ ri to p ui experiment was eminently successful. the young man drew a bottle from hia side " Wlnchetlor ... 12 Si p T 10 pm ". "Great Jerusalem! woman, there ain't a From that day, in 1875, till now, 1881, my tor,wiin. " Hichiuiind 2 (j J p ui SMiini 12 U p out clianKO. Kentucky?" ') p in I " Ijineailer t 00 pm thousand miles of us. house, ancient though it is, has been entire- pocket. "What have we here? samel uearer'u a from '"ijwvh.i.b to Arr. atmuord Juuc 3 00 p iu, I 10 pm now kin I git hair to make you a shawl?" ly free from rats, and I believe that there "Kentucky." "Ah," said the Colonel, as Bick and relievo all tho trouble Incl. Nolo u. No. 1. I No. 3 i No. 17 Car, on night he threw out a chew of tobacco and tcok C";it to n bill juu atat i of tho yati-in- eucti ui B train, Loul.vlU. to Ht. l2tlt "He never called me 'woman' before," is no remedy equal to this one. Nanaen, Drowtlnma, lllstrraa after catinc. the bottle, "Here's looking at you!" "Drink 9 00 a iu 12 M p ui In tho Bide, Ac. Whilo Ihclr moat remark-nbl- o I.vn. Stanford June, aobbel his wife. "To think I should over Lancaster . 'J 10 a iu I .V) pm succces l.ss been shown in curing hearty," the young man replied. The The "Dismal Swamp" or VmaiNiA. 8 10 a in 12 a piu S I J piu MclimonJ be called 'a woman,' by my own husband, Wlnoboitcr .1 7 Ol a m '1 01 pin ... From a survey just made, .Mr. Richard marriage was solemnly celebrated. Arr. l'arli 7 M a in 'I 31) p in tool Ob, John Jacob S'ebbins, what a very A ID a m,12 30 frnm Lre. Mayivllle.... piu to liutchera and groceis insist that their hametolet money harden yourtoulin Lam.O. E. for Ihe managers of the Dismal t urIUIe.. 7 10 u in, 1 SS p Ul . Swamp Land Co,, eetimatea thia swamp to ncailMhe.yctCartfrVLIttloLtvorrillaaro hia here way!" anally Millers tmrir 7 30 a in 2 U p ni businefa requires tho use of heavy wrap jaluablo In tou.tijutlon, curing and tircvintin 5J a iu, 2 SO pm "It's, enough to drive a man dees'racted have 14,000 acrea of land that may be refor which customers have to this annoying complaint, whilo they aleo correct Air l'arli 7 00 a in, 2 w ii iu, all dlaordcrs of thu stomach, utlmulato tho liver Ire, Lexington claimed at a coBt of $30,000. The whole eraxy," said the old farmer, stamping round " Tarli pay usually at a high rate. Thus one buys aud in' 2 60 p m ., tho bowels. Cvm if they only curwX LOOK AT THIS J " I'arla the room; "you John, go and' feed the basin ia about 50 rquare miles in area, and a beefsteak at twenty cents a pound, It is 7 M a m 261 p ml. " Crnthlana...., 8 SO a in SUnui., Lake Drummond, the deepest portion, has caawa. I clean forgot them." demanded that he iuubI pay not only for U 3? a ro " Falmouth 485 pin., 11 10 a in C 10 p m'., Arr. CurlORton "I ain't agoin' to feed no caowa enny a general water surface 22 feet above mean the meat and bone, but for a big sheet of r.xt0d".lyCi",gC ,"rlTl"g St W WBgionlS .1 more; you kin hire onother man," said the high tide. The geology of the swamp is: cheap, thick paper and likewise, rcrhap?, Acho tbey wonld bcalmost prlcclcw to thosn who No. 25 I.t. I.9X. fi I'i a m, Arr. Mayarllle 88 10am No. 27 I.r. I.ex, 6 05 p in, Arr. Mayarllle 10 p m y euiii-- irom una uiatrcnaiug complaint; out First, a stratum of peat or vegetable matter Hours Ahoad of All Competitors. youth, spreading hi mid f. 8 01 a iu their goodness does not end hero, find thoao no. u i.r, aiayaTiiie o to a iu, Arr. the butcher's heavy hand, which is laid on v ho onca try No, 28 I.r Mayirllle 12 39 p m. Arr. U-- 1 10 p in them wilt find thcao littlo pilU from 10 to 15 feet deep; next 2 feet of yel- Mr. Stebbins rose aud took down the the scale with the steak to make good thuttliry wlllnot liewUllnir No. 6 liT, Cor. fl 00 p in, An. Falmouth 7 00 p in , Ewlgrtnu ami via Through Way Coachea on all i!.i t t .." No, ft Lt. Falmouth Stlini, Arr. Cur. 7 89 a m to do without (bun. But after all ilclc bead means of grace from behind the clock, hut low clay; theri 4 toG Icet of blue clay, and weight. ! l?' .""" No. Sand 4 dally batwten Illchmond, Ixilnilon no mldnlgat olhTlIIn advanco ol ? with a mocking laugh the youth fled out of finally a bottom of quicktand. The water and Covington; all otben dally except ttunday. nB 'I.0'0 time for making On the 20th of January. Mr. Theo. in the quicksand formation maintains the reach. choice ofacau caratf wn?NuS;1,lg;,,,,, flm "What's the matter with you, Hetty?" level of tide water. to Brussell lost n shoal, Twenty days later o'lT..'!."0,'.,!" fc'-P0la thebano of so many lives that hero Is where we nd asked the unhappy man, as he saw large tnako our Rrcat boast. Our villa euro it wbilo A writer in one of the medical journals on February 15, the animal was found imFor tlcketa, rates and Information pertaining to rnllo rldo alnnir tu .'hn, SeV'.'CJ V..PMron " others do not. tears rolling down his daughters face. time, connectloni, Ac, call on or address For tickets, Tim." T?" 'f "Kn eaya lie has found the application of a prisoned under a rick of straw which had Carter's Littlo Liver Tills are very small and Ticket Agent', ol co nnwllni iftlft, if V "''P1' to W. B. McIlOBEItTS, Aoknt. "Ob, pa, it's so hard to bear. Juit to strong solution of chromic revery caay to take, Ono or two pills make a doac. acid, three or toppled over. The porker was greatly HUnford, Ky, Tbey are atrlctly reiretablo and do not gripe or o. l.. Cor. Fourth . mi .. " . rv'... think that I boo hoo may have to wear four limes a day, by means O. W. BF.NDER, purge, but by their gcntlo action pleapo all who C. L. BHOWN, a camel's duced in flesh, and when released manifestUuperlntendent. s Oen'l I'au. A Frt. Ajl and I (sob sob) never hair pencil, to be the best aud of. uaoihem. InvlalsaotScenta: flvo fortl. BoU diamond easiest meth- ed a marvelous appetite, but ia now very by druggists m-r- where, or sent by mail. ri.1i8i!UTTUC Oen'l JIanaeer. Covlnjton, Ky. od for removing warts. had my ears bored." 0 CO. U. jreKINNEV.Triv. I'aai. A Frt. Agt. thrifty. Lebanon Standard, CAItTEIt MKDICINE CO., Now York, Utaulord, Ky. J. D. ailiL, ranenger "I'd bs mighty glad to change places rlth you," muttered the angry farmer. 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