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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884031101 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. 9tm VOLUME Scnu-SStcchln m Mi nktw gfii STAFFORD, KY.. TUESDAY. MARCH 11,1884. GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT mtfturi. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER X.-NU- MBER 510. 23L k i. . u ri German Treatment of Diphtheria. Lancaster, The new German remedy for diphtheria, 13 1UA.IHI3 Harry Webber will at City turpentire, appears to find many advocates. Children tske oneteaspoonful morning and March 1 1th, in "Flint A. Steel." Hall on WALTON. 102 SlIACKLEWKLT. L.ANK, llll.. Dalston, London, K Feh. 10, 1881. The Hoard of Trustee of thetown ol night; adults a tablespoonful; in children as a whole, parcels to purwill soil Deir fnlntor .' Lincaater have taken $000 stock In the tepid milk i given after it and it might tubH$hrtt Tit c ml nun ntuf JFrtiluti'i of 210 acres chasers, tho Logan's tho corpo(Coal lout J from lait liiua ) . also be mixed with the same. Half an Oarrard Female College. Twice, aliio, I preached for them (Salvalimits of Stanford, Ky. Tho of a mile A report was In circulation here last hour after the administration of the drug tion Army) at their hall in New Unmet, ANNUM is of tho bost soil on Danvillo Kentucky, has on week that the C, & O. road would put on a bright redness begin to spread from the of the doctor's tpaclous garWhen paid itrlctlr In adtince. It we bat to jual in the rear two regular trains etch way per day within margin of the diphtheritic exudation, and a largo and comfortable rosidenco tho best spring: den, where our reception waa enthuaiaatic, waltanr tltu, 82.00 will l charged. a month or two. We sincerely hope the this redness becomes generally diffused or inspection plaoe. Lincoln county. in doctrine. The our report is true, fir if any place in Kentucky over and taking the place of the false mem- Apply to Mrs. Emma Rochester on tho promises, to "point in dear LOUD gave us utterance on An Astassin's Horrible Death. needs railroad accommodations more than brane, and the disease is said to disappear law-offic- o W. G. WELCH. Stanford, Ky. common," where I did not have to trial on On the 5th of January, IT.'), an Kln hours wiiho it leaving our town, they are in n rery had predica- within twenty-fou- r 19. 81 If Feb. soft corns and we got alum; aplendldly. Lou I XV. waa t nterirtg hi carriage at the slightest Iracj. While this remarkment. Mr. JoMeph Hpillmsn has returned able fleet is said lobe invariably met with Vetaallle, a niout jounif mm pin lad Then they came up to High Htrnrtone through the 81 OuariN ami atabbetl the evening almoxt en maut and aain the dear from Colorado, where he spent the winter. when the remedy Is made use of at the LORD gave a menage that was not tQtn-sivHe took out a of fine cattle, which very commencement of the disease, King with a pocket knife The wound lhoe After that they all inred me to say he disposed of at very good prices. Rev who wan Might, hut all France wan oonvuUd. recommend it so highly aser, that it anything I liked, without offense. I'talfe Mr. Orinitead filled Rev. J, R I'efpleV TheaMaain uai I'ierre I)imleni. a fanat i also successful; only less rapidly, In f.)r this, fur'I do love the SiU I pulpit in Covington Ic, without accitoplice, plain or rational tho LORD Sunday. Miss Kate ciscs that have already progrejsed for t and wifh ; Wherritt returned from Vickaburg, Miss , valion Army with all my ntotlre, several days. them well and would only he loo glad to do Saturday, whereshe spent the winter with In hi Kcket wait 'otinil n neatl ttoiinil whnt I ctn to explain lo them "the way of relatives, Her many friends are delighted Pat's Way to Take Iho.v. Uridcel New Teilauienl, anil lit uqoae n to the LORD more perfectly" That iajiut to receive her home. Misi Hessie Futle, Phatdid the dicthor say was the matter promote the orthnnlox faith From the r ..u. .i,.,,; hour of hi aritat to the moment or hi what the glorious movement now. neeini "v vimiuHUk ucuc uii ivcuniiuu. aiiifcu widytz, Pal? :..i more than anything elite instruction Iff I tiara KitnnUv n wi.If Ml,, A ,!,.. Pat Faith anJ he says me constitution death, a iMrlrd of two month ami e " ZjkI Miss Fogle ATspent part of the winter in Mo- was rundown ard I musht dhrink irrun darn, he wa in torture whererer the "gopel of the grace of Owl. thryhavi; numbers they havi; organiza- bile, Ala., from which place ahe came to for me blood. he wa a ake, o crucllr waa he hound, Ilridget Irrun for yer blood! And how chained and confined When at 1 ml the day tion they liavi; self denial they have; ilia Lnncaster. Mrs W. M Regie, of Stanford, can ye dhrink iruu? of execution came, he wm i,ikn to tin erect teaching ihey lark. May Ihe LORD is viitina her mother' family In town. Pat Uy melting it, to be sure. torture chamber and a ibjectcJ to the supply it, lor the .Salvation Army is tht The csp'tire of a thief under very excrp religious movement of the close of the Uridget But ye can't dhrink melted hot jcreatut amount of nj(uhh which the n Druggists and Booksellers, 10th century, before which even Moody's tional circumstances is reported from Par- irrun, ye fool. frame ia capable of ondurinif, nur is. He contrived to gain admission into evangel "hide, a diminished head," grand Pat Indade, don't I know that I can't Kcona Ktandinu hr to gUe tlmelr notice of ISIiOCjTC, and gloriotM .11 it is. The holiner fea- a set of chambers during the absence of dhrink rnelled hot irrun, hut can't I wait irmenaibllitjr. ture U the real backlnne of the Army, as it the lawful occupant, and proceeded to lay till it cooh? New York Evening Peat. Then he waa drletj by a circuiloiia hand on everything of value he could route through the street of Pari to the waa of Wiley's reyival acenturyagoand the i find The Eyes or Potatoes. A correspondIn the midst of this operation it LORD will honor them still more on thia place of execution. Thin lok an hour occurred to him that his wardrobe was ent of the Country Gentleman writes: "A and n half. Another half he was krpt account than He has done in spite of the er- in urgent need of renewal, and le there potato has three crop in in itelf an earrors of statement and failure' in practice, Malting In full vier of the prrtiiratntn fore took off his clolhes with a view if ly, a middle and n late one. The cluster the apparalu not Uinic ready. Then in that enviuu eye can eaiily ice and replacing them by others he found In the of eyes at one end will ripen one or two PHARMACISTS tongues tatily report. rlew of the annemblnl multitude, weeks earlier than the central eyes. The manf of High liarnet is hiatoricilly mot inter- room. Scarcely, however, had he reducwhom were women, he wm placed on a DI4L3U IB- ed himself to the garb of primitive man two or three eyes immediately eurrond-in- s ' loflj platform and the hellUh work began. esting as the rpot where the decisive '"Hit-ti- e when he heard a step outside, the root should in all cues be disand promptDrUgS, BookB, of lhrnel" waa fought and the fate of Firat hi rlijht html wai burned of!; next, carded in growing for home use or for x the Home ol Ltncaster mld. Here the ly hid himself under the bed. Some one f cjlII It I Sl. r I d- - VmiMea of Ueah wre torn from In in by red I '1 entered the room, and tho thief lay noise- market. They produce mostly small po Physyclans' prescription accurately. compound hot pinehem and melted lead and rosin bloody "War of the Roo" terminated, less for several AlSO minutes. At length the latoes, and if ltrge they are watery and -when . foiled into the woumb; lttl-- t a r ng King the stout Kirl of Warwick the newcomer departed, and he ventured to sofi. My nsual method is to set one man T1mmA& abuses,. w.Tt t3!x . reiog all Maker," he wa railed UKiVELEUSl ,TKMjra55! i',EIH VT.KfcSsA'in hori-- e waa attached to uaun 01 i.m lour lenve hi hiding place Hut, much to his to cut cfl" the root end and another lo cut limbj, and an attempt a intije to learhim was lost, sold hi life as dearly a possible di'gust, he discovered off the 'eye end,' thus forming three heap. that the visitor had and K.J ward of York became undisputed to plrrei been a gentleman of his own Way of busi-nei- The end heap goes to the hogs. My great Largest Stock of Watches, of the Knglish throne. Many After a considerable rIod It waa found (HirseKsor for not only was everything in the trouble is to get them cut clorc. All the v ;iock, jeivcirya; aiiTcrrr&Er' yean ago I read, with a strange thrill, the lnjKMlhe to di thle, and a memtage hi chambers carried oil, but even his own waste flesh goes into heap for cattle or for ifwpm. TJJ'A-tVV'.lV- . Low beat account of thia battle ever pinned, in vfwA vtr 2&sm&ttxJtt,!m?i ?) Erer brought to ,this market. Price wiwwj tfcaux atnl tor permimion to cut ! miicle of hog leed." mw mo Luwuii, iicnWi 1.10C&S ion HulwerV'Last of ihe Ilaron," little think-in- suit of clothes had disappeared! He was paired oa short Dotireand Warranted thojjinla It waa refill, .nd a a in an therefore compelled to await the return stating her case to a 1 should ever aland "No," she said on the very spot attempt waa nude to tar ltnb apart, lawyer. "I never did love him, "I wttere It all happened, as I UlU last neek. of the owner of the property, who handed but without aucci. u time word I can never write down the enjoyment I him over to the police. I married him be never did live him, wm arnt that the hora could not tear parlor, ard he cause he kept an have in visiting their romantic spots that CoKTitOLLiNu Tempkk Kvennnw of the dying wrttch asunder. IVrmiMton history has embalmed lor u all, and a temper, which gives unruffled serenity, is bsely deceived me three months later by thru given, and the muscle were rcrerrd, fill up void that even the perhaps one of the greatest natural bles- selling out and going into other buaiueis " but not until both leg and one arm had iht of which leaal imaginative reader has fell in perus- sings a erson can enjoy! The ancient been torn ofl did the prisoner expire. Artificial diamonds, which can be dising the most graphic description. As all philosophers regarded it a the triumph tinguished from genuine only by experts, He Had Been "Out Hrett." know, who are familiar with the bl'tory of of their systems to educate a person to main are made of flint glass, heated, plunged AND I had auppced that the far Wet waa a those time, the battle waa fought on Kiater tain a perfect baUnce of temper. No mat- into water, cut, polisl eJ, and backed by ITux-iiitiii-- e new (iirden of KJen, nod that one ha I but Monday, 1471, with a los in alain, on both ter what came, a calm, unruffled exterior a bit of foil. Thev are called "heliolaa." to renlure there to sain tha wealth of a idea, of Uvea 1,600 to 20,000, so wide the and undisturbed mind wer regarded a. rtplllon Skin. Cure, 1'jplllon CaUrrU Cure, Monte Criato. I mat at tha Union station dtvergeoctH of different chroniclti. Let A Full nnd complete aworlmcut of Furniture, embracing) worthy a life time of discipline. And ibis Cough Cure, Pipltloo Blood Cura are KM a man whom I imagined waa by thia time a ua hope the first estimate is nearest the cry tli lug from tbe Cheapest to luc Finest Suites. J9 waa correct. Nothing sodiiturba the peace bv McKoWrtt who will explain the nabooantt king, ha went Weal ward yean truth. The place from which Klward IV of families, the order of society, the secu- ture ami tbe remedies with pleasure anJ alMlur-nl- h need to go to the large cities, to make yonr purcliaHCH, no matter ago. Hut it he ia a nabob he ia trareling watched the varying fortunes of that eventpimpbUls. what quantity or quality yon want, as can and will dnplkwto-an- y rity of person and life s ebullitions of temtnay , and hi cooreraatlon ia not calculat- ful day ia still pointed out aa also the spot per. From the child up the presence of During tbe miaou for mosquito and other prices yon can obtain elsewhere, freight being added. Alrar ed to KtlmulaU Weal.rn excursion. He where Richard Karl of Warwick died,sword tinning IniecU and of olsoneJ plants, If your ikln full atsKorinieut ol CoQlus, Ca$es. Nhrouds and Itebes, an ungovernable; temper is an sffliction, Ii Impurt, a blta wlU swell and fetter unleu you wora a ahahby uliter, loog hair and a pein hand, after slaying his favorite charger and often causes the ruin of persons spply raplllou Skin Cure. A tingle application Ins Rl the New Styles, both cheap nud expensive. Ware nsile, aearchlng expreMion of aympathy. to cut otTthe possibility of retreat. A gran- Most crimes proceed from unbalanced tem- will neutraJUi the potion. Kcr aale by Mcltoberti opposite St. Asaph Hotel. Stanford, Ky. He greeted me an an old acquaintance at ite obeliak 15or-feel high, commemo- pers. Flaming passion and brute ven- 4 HUgj. 0 one. TiplUoD Cough Cura cured an Infant only a few rate the fact, erected beside the great geance go together. And where, in early "Wall," I queried, "how do you like the high-roa- d leading from London to York. life violence of temper goes unchecked, weeiiold.of whooplngcotigh, after a conaultatlon of phyilcians pronounced It beyond recorery. It WeU?" ThevilMgeof Whetstone, near the there ia danger that future years will be stopi the wh'op ,ind allow the breath lo return, 'I like it just well enough," aid he, "to geta its name, it ia said, from Ihe filled with trouble and sorrow. Hence no for isle at Mc Roberts .V 8tsg's. remain In the Kut the remainder of my atone on which KJward IV whetted his subject can be more important to parents daya. I tell you, the Kial ia good enough sword on his way to the bloody field. than the eduction ol their children along for any man who haan't a life and death High Darnel geta its name from being this Call. DEALER W diapute with the law on hand. In the Kail the highetl point between Loudon and AMinrcAjr. conof tho MUHN a man abate the average in amartneaa can What Makes Soldiers DjaEnT. A tinue to k CO.,Solicitors BciaxTtric CaTrats. Trada for Patents, not ns York, thai is built over at least. It has Horse Shoes Groceries, Saddles, for the United States, Cunida, get along; but go Weat and you find no private soldier writes from a far western Marts. CoprrtKhta.Uonuanr, otc. Hand Hook about Hardware, Knvland, Fnmce, about 5,000 papulation and' is a favorite (luecuswure, Buggy Whips, Nails, Thtrtr-oflroIron, years' experience. i'strnta sent frvo. throughn dronta. Kfery man rou .meet ia on ihe suburb for Londoner MUNN A CO. are noticed The parish chuicli post as follows: The caue of so much dePitti'iitsoblalned Huggy Wheels', Stoves, Cane 91111s, Harness, 8a rsTtric Amkiucak, paper. M2Uu and dead run for wealth and you muit atay up serting from the army is simply this; An In Hie wiiinlr circulated sclentldctho largest, tet,rear. is old and ha been beautifully restored iti mnit Grates, Spokes, Older Mills, L.np Covers, Interesting late, rlae up early and bolt your meal to recent years, but the venerable Hadley enlisted man is treated in just the same WotUr Hplendld ciwraTlnsrs and Specimen copr of the. HclruilOe A mer Corn Shellers, Collars, It liny, Stoneware, Address MUN.N A CO., ScmmriO keep up with the itragglew in the procea-alon- . as if he was a dog. There is alto- trim ''nt free. aUkliiCAN Office, aUUros,d. Jew lork. Church, in the neighbuin village, laya it manner gether too much manual labor with the There'll iota of money Weat, and in the on shade, with its tower Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plows, Wooden and hig wage. I hare jut come from Color-do- , shovel and Sunday labor, build- which I perched one of the only two origi- pick and Cast Fnmps, and the Colobrated Mayfield Elevator. Tin Roofwhere I got $10 a day for drirlng a in England, from which bea inz barns on Sunday, There is nothing but nal pitch-pot- s ing and Guttering will have prompt attention. tuulo learn. Hut" work from one week'n end to another. A con lights streamed forth in those rough "That la a very good salary for that old times to warn of danger and arouse the soldier enlists to be a soldier and not to YORK, 1884. NEW Halesmen J John uvtaht,Jr. kind of lahji?" population lo resistance of invasion or at- labor. When a man goes into a recruit About sixty million copies of Tub Sun hare "OM it I., ii ii? Well, you gj out there tack. A famou posting town High Bar-n- ing office to enlist the sergeant represent gone out of our establishment during the put 12 0 and aee. Why, my friend, I have paid good time in uionius. was also "in days of yore," thro' which to him that he will have a If jnu were, to ps.su end to end all the column prlntedant sold last roar you II 50 for a cup of codec, $2 73 for a glaai 150 coaches lumbered, going and coming the army, with nothing to do but a sold- oftllTh-Sunget a contlnuoui strip of Intcrestlug of beer, and 5 for a horn handled jtck-knif- to ier's duty. He enlists, goes to Jefferson would common seme wisdom, sound doctrine and nud from the Xorth, On this York Uouse reach who one blade. I have been in the road, too, Dick Turpin performed many of barracks, carries the hod, U sent out on the sane wit long enough toMount from I'rlntlng in tho Copornicus square to tbe top of mountain with frontier and gels put in the ditch with a moon, then back to Printing House tuaro and party when u die uf hi exploits that have turned the high way back to tbe moon then tobacco waa put up at a railb, at a dollar a wayman Into a hero, ulmojt, with Knglish pick and shovel, and naturally he thinks agsln. Hut The Sun Is written for the Inhabitants o cuauce, and If the winner of the tobacco people, Hadley Green, ust outside the this I not foldiering, and he geta up and tbe earth; this situe strip of Intelligence would finally got away with it, ho had to dodge village, was famous as the A great reform is needed in the girdle the K'.olw 27 or 2S times. bleakest spot skips, during tho last year buyer of It and desertion will not cease until n as erery only one The Suu the content! of the revolver of the hourorerlt.and If his wire or petit party over which tho coaches passed between army, has spent another hoar, this newspagrandfather nnd keep out of night for a week. Talk London and York, notorious for it cutting there is reform. per lies atlorded the human race thirteen thou-tan- d AND- years of steady reaJIng, night and day. about the Weat to mt! Ii U a good place to b'aits in winter. I wan icmindcd of its anAt the Qalt House In Louisville rcrcral la only by little calculations llko tbtse that It die in; but I propose to live from thi time -cient character last week a I faced a stiff' years ago, J. Madison Cults, a Captain in wo can form any Idea ol tho circulation of tbe newspapers, or of lis of out whero the nun Hue early, and there i nor'wester in making my way to the Hall. the army, was detected peeping through the moil popular tbe American and actions of American opinions Influence on no corner on the luxuriea of life!" I) tit I must close in haate to catch the transom into a bridal chambei, for which men and women. STANFORD, KENTUCKY, The Sun Is and will continue lo bo a newspaper disgraceful conduct fie waa very promptly trhlrli tells tha truth without fear ol consequences mail. Kver in Jesus, Gko. O, li.uiNUS. DKALKIt IN LiMia of Unequal-LencitJiat tbe ficts no uulU-- how much the A writer , d and dis- which gets which reproscnta tbe newa of all the and properly procoM costs, in Nature, a member of the Rojal College sed I smoked like an old Los Fred he missed from the service. Now Mr. Cults world without watte of words nnd In tbe .'iaot Its of Surgeons, mention that, of seventy and I made up my mind to stick it out but wants to be restored to his old rank, and readable shape, wlilc'i h working with all and heart for tho cause of honest government, well authenticated ikeletona he examined before the cigar was hall' finieht a cold whlrh therefore iMlleres that tho llepubllcau par General Rosecrnnn had the temerity to ty must go, and must go In this coming year ofour tho lower limbs were equal in length in awet broke out on my forehead and my iwi. introduce a bill in tho House a few days Lorn,you know The Sun, you like It already, and If only eeven instances, the right limb being sluniok got sort of uneesy and then the ago, looking to that end. If General Rose-cran- s you will rrad It with accustomed diligence and longer In twenty.five and the left limb in furniture begun to climb upon the ceeling pro lit during what Is sure to bo the most Interestis ready to excuse the dulrageous ing year In Its blitorr. If you do not yet know thlrty-olgh- t cases. It Is claimed that this and the doore awopt place with the winTbe Sun, tt Is high time to get luto the sunshine. conduct of which' Mr. J. Madison Cults dows and I remember seeing Fred Billing will have tho effect, where pewons-wal- k stands convinced, hq will find a great many THRilS TO MAIL BUnSCMDERS. without knowing tho direction from their at ii table up over the mantel peeco and other who are not', that all; and he Burroundings, to niako their step longer the nextime the label came round I grabd need't bo surprised if hi little bill gets The sereraleJItlonsol The Sun are sent by mall postpaid, as follows: with onn limb than the othei, and thus it and laid my hed down on it and waited Daily SO cents a month, Id a year; with Sunknocked hrough "tl,e dome of the Capitol S7 for deth I usto be afraid to die but I waia't travel in a circle, m people so frequently day edition, Mowers, Richmond Register. on the first round. 8usDi.r Eight pagce. Tbli edlilin furnishes do when they get lot, In mot of the afraid to die then. the current news of the world, special articles of Corn Eighty-thre- e per cenl of tho population exceptional Interest to eTerybody, and literarya The wages of sin is death but a 5 cent skeletons above referred to the right arm reviews of new books of tbti highest merit. It Corn cigar can glvo sin moten ten yatdi start of the United State ia composed of white year, wai longer than the left. and beet it every clatter, WnKar.lT 31 a year, El ii lit naze of tbe best Little Johnnie. natives, and the Immigrants from Germany Iron Fencing, Saw Mil Is,. Enthe jally iasues: an Agricultural Us- The Newt tells of a couple of Offer) ton and Great Britain, leaving four pet cent, mstterof theunequalled talue, special market re- - Cider Mills, Cane Mills, Pumps, usrtmentol The beat hrnd to hold In the game of from other countries and thirteen per cenl. !urtj and lltrrarr. scientific and domestic lotelll- phyilcians who had been doctoring a col gines, Threshing Machines, Hose Bolting, for geoea nuke Tha Weekly Hun the newspaper ored girl for some time for dropsy. On lifo is that of your best girl. for those of African descent. fanner" household , To club of ten with 110 tha And, In fact, every thing pertaining to Agricultural Machlaerr li cata copy free. K.TOI,,4.V. Publisher. Sunday night the dUeaae culminated it Isn't the trained horse who beat! in the ppBito St. Asaph Hetfll, The crow- Is the great American corn Ai,trs JL IV. Office and Ware , Me I la-T Uy, was twin boys. race a bred winner? removsr. $nlmor$ourna GEO. O.BARNES in ENGLAND w. r. Til XOllIV FINE FARM FOR SALE ! privately, street, I sa.oo XEll rate in Fort farm or in illi-pit- e dinY-renc- For terms at my in suit in land fronts in it and of tho or ma e: car-ius- In-ar- WALL PAPER, -- m .l. i.jr TRIMMED & READY TO PUT ON, twen-tj-.lhrr- Jt McROBERTS OFE1L1 MOUSE & STACr'S STANFOBD. hu-un- clan-dero- FaBy&KA Mitii -- J d5 S?. X'iTfztilPi v" W - 7VW.ii Stationery ana anoy Articles. w3ai s, .iWyrr--' fm&tt ); A.. i. Is a 11 wit jci JJiiiMt. ! Parler I UNDERTAKER, Dealer in Ia-p'll- u embnt phia PATENTS -- W i Hi HIGGINS -- TIHIE STJIsT et lofor-uioIIo- d, 1 e CEO. D. WEAREN Commission XHIercIi.anf Maiinfactui ei's' A.g;eixt, r court-martiale- Hay, Grain, Wool, Field Seeds, Buggies. Carriages, Spring Wagons, Farm Wagons, Carts, Reapers, Grain Drills, Corn Drills, Planters, Plows Harrows, Hay Rakes, Planters, Feed Cutters, - Bes N(nfr Mr. V E.Perkins ha become associaLASCAHTKH ABTKRTKMKMS. ted with the firm of Melvln & Co., propriThe Ohio Medical College turned out An ellglbla location, either In Htvlimlor B. P. WALTKll tv etors of the Brodhead (louring mills. The Junction, for a 100 graduates. H.dl KINO MILL new firm will be styled V. E. Perkins Those hating tuch for esle would tin well to adLANCABTEH, KY. Twelve persons were killed by a snow-slid- e March II, 1884 dress VOTfS V' if f 'U It Kit A ll, Lancaster. Stanford, Ky., &Co. at Alts, Utah, Saturdiy. Mr. W. II. Cocke, of Skaggs Creek, has A ruotien to take up the bill to extend W. P. WALTON. bought from J. J, Williams, a small farm ! the bonded period for wbiiky was IIUU11LB & DUKDETT. lying in the eubtirbs of town for $1,200, 127. A1TOUNI3VH I offer for sale prlvalelr mjr farm of V31 ll- -l A.'V X.AV It is known ss the old Mporc place. F. L. haa long been charged hy the newsA new Territory is to bo formed out 7 . K.. ul NleholuTllla I'AXCASTEll, KY A Thompson 1ms bought from M. N. Long on VlttiS, ltuinl iniln could not be denied by the papers atd lllckniin Crrok, In JeiMiuIn county Tho .VJi' ""c!lfln "rrard and adlolnlr of the Southern portion of Dakota, to be countliw a In In Rood ron-(- I anil clot er ford, two lots on Main street, one on each lunj Itfor growing any crop mtledrultoIt Ihlt part of roum that in care of invasion or the II Ion Hide Tuhllc tquare. called "Lincoln." 114-(Ute and l well atliptcxl to urnwlng tnlmrrn. side of his store) hoti'e, one lot is 1Sx200 the lawlewnew growing out of disturbance The shortage of Van Fieet, the deThe luitroTinienti oontlut tl 4 atue dwelling of feet, the other 20x200. He paid $300 cash 7 roome wiin porcnrism! cellar, a wen ar good waforeign nations, we lie, so far as staong faulting treasurer of Huron county, O. ter near the door, a good liarn, atahle and wagon for them, aural projection is concerned, literally at foots up $17,605 82 ini anu ntner iircnarr out tul u iiim An or hsvp chard, alock water ahundant aod conTrnlenl Ac fVml Pninnanv Tho Allmnnnl .the mercy of any and every plunderer. I President Ynuni? savs the prospect fencing on l 1111.it I of Hone, l'len- contributed nine cr of coal, ,.u... In cf ,,nl.r fortliecreek purpose rand fence most- ty "While ,tlie navies of other nations have fmclng t Louisville this for anolher Exp0(lhjon la runtenlent In good tf'alr. to Walton i.ObO bushelsUto the uood sutlerers or ll been increased ours has been permitted Church, school and mill, I will aell the proiierty year is very gloomy. Louisville. The miners freely gave their low and on raajr teiruatu artlr dralrlng a home While the ar'practically to disappear. Members of the Salvatiou Army at or will divide It to lull nurchanera. days work getting out this coal. The railtillery of other nations has been rendered If not aold I'T Mr I. f will rent to r liable par- -, Bridgeport, Conn., preferred going to jail road gave dee transportation. The other lea. S MltH. .M. A. HKIIHVRIUJKU.Ky mere powerful and more distructive, thus 205 llanly, I'. U., luo. to paying a light fine. mining companies would do well to imirequiring and producing in their rebels Two feet of snow fell in New Hampou the part of tate this act of genrrui-iiiacreaeesl powers of resistance, our arma--caeVA MIA IlLli shire Friday night, and rail loads are blockthe Alumont company. has not been improred and the few aded by havy drifts. Judge Hichsrd Iteid, of Mt. Sterling, Stanford Town Lots for Sale. reels we possess nre insufficient to with Two cent letter postage has gteatly rewns in town last week. At present he is ievd a, single broadside. And all this in duced the demand of postal cards. Sales Chief Justice of the Superior Court of Kenfaeof the fact that Congress has expended 1 offer fur aale have fallen off since over 4,000,000. privately at low prlcea anil on tucky and a candidate for the nomination tery riawnalde tnua, OVKlt I'MhTY seventeen years from 1866 to 1883, in the The First National Bank of Peabody, M.WMH iu the North isat limit of the for Judge of the Court tf Appeals in this Tit ir.V JS85,000,000 or about $50,000,000 more city of Stanford Mora than half nl thrm are Kan., has been authorized to commence HAVK district, and if the voice of the democracy wlihlna third of a mile it the Court I'nuat-- and a than for the 70 years previous when the bueineis with a capital of JK0.000. mile nuinrhr of ere f33G.000.000 (f Rockcastle county is heeded he will be the Junctionthem within too.lhlida of a fur ptr-f-of total especdltuies n tlrlol. excellently hratrd been Humphrey Crittenden, who murdered i ExteniMFagvd in luilima or hate 11111 liyiuriit at Tkaa our nayy has cost seven hundred and George Hutchinson in Scott county has the next Judge from the first appellate that utiil. y twenty-onmillions and there is nothing district of Kentucky, Thre luti are the Trry lnt and innat latillful-lbeen lound guilty and sentenced to hang. and contenle nlly altuatrd fur residences that --- To Joe Thompson has been lodged in jail bale eter n otlereJ lor aale In Mlanford, and to show for it save ft few hulks, the most of Their Block or Tbe Senate parsed a bill to prevent all and h aa which have been pronounced unsenworihy in default of bill, charged with roceivirig iny price any tertua ate mi man to plare ll In -the to xcure un- of Induitilom porr ol county or city officers from specula-- 1 State, goods. His father, Lambert Thomp them lor a hojie Kordoes this enormous sum cover the ting on claims against the Commonwealth. stolen new ilreela, which hare luit Tbey all front by the department. is an honeet man Senator Pendi.kton son, broke into a store house at Hartsvllle, heentened, the lnoadt-s- l and whole amount expended In Manlntd A bill to give women the right to vote of any in Kentucky rich The aoll and stole a lot of clothing, the lani la Is a letrl aaaalo require no gradingMint the And now haye the Beit Stock in Cen .At the close of the civil war, Bays the New and as there are so few of that sort in pub on a and sale of li- in this county, all questions cones mine the lic life, it is a pity he has to retire The tral Kentucky. They hnve Parlor York (Sun, there were more than six put it in a coffee sack and started his son very heat wrll water Can Lr bad at a depth of from quor will be discussed in the Senate ThursNloW leet nnd Bed Room Sets, Carpet. ships of different kinds on the Senate recently over his vote passed a bill off to conceal it The boy is about 17 They will he tnW to none hut while pereona day. I my nrflr Cane and Penitentiary register of the navy. Ordnance, equip-mtnt- allowing each Senator a clerk at $1,600 a jev of age. Old man Lambert has WA Imap of thrm ran aren at II. .11 1 1. 1. Kit. .r mo The earnings of the Cincinnati S If. supplies, and stoies of every sort year, but Mr. Pendleton refuses to employ ManloM, Ky, Chairs, Marble Top been caught yet. He was sent to February were $161,43130, $19,-44- 2 not for war purpoeei were on hand, and with one except at hie own expense, raying that Centre Btand &Ejt-tbe penitentiary from this county once for set 17 greater than in the same month the ships they had cost hundreds of mil- he knew when elected what his duty and year stealing wheat from II. G. Burnett, of teniion Tables, College, j Woven Wine. lions. These ehips and stores were sold at salary would Le Hnd he does not propese to Blackburn will establish Level Green. It seems that this boy will nominal price, or else they entertd into grab after more. his father. Matan asylum for inebriates and lunatics at have to suffer for the sins of VI AM OKI), KY. to New tresses. Foldinir Bed Loon- the corrupt contracts made by Fccor Robe-ion- . M C. Williams has returned The Legislative investigation of the Louisville, with Dr. Bullock as SuperinThis went tn until the frauds were management of the r?es, Beds & Cots, Wardrobw Albany, Ind., hcre he will resume his Anrhrrige Asylum is tendent and Sofas, and Everything discovered and mopped, but not before the complete so studies under Dr. Neat, of that With a Full Corps Of Toach6rS, )s Strong i ppoMlion to the nomination medical turmthe evidence is concerned Kept in ft Ft-cUs- s JUo2 had been enriched by millions. In and the report can not be otherwise than of President Arthur is being discovered in city Mis Maggie Adams las been quite FumitUie Store. Tbl. Institution w,II ,en It. Thirteenth e.on vestigations showed how these enormous condemnatory of Dr, Gale, the Superin New York. Rhine is tie leading choice ill for several days, but it improving at on.heVd Monday Iu f,mter neat. hUKp appropriations had been stolen by an or- tendent, who seems to think that the poor of this opposition this writing. Mi-t- Ann Kirtley is also imALL T1IK HKANCliKM OK A ganized King, and partly squandered to unfortunates committed to his proving slowly. J. H. Van Hook, of BrodA meeting of barbed wire fence manucire were C3r. carry elections. Secor Kobeeon and the sent for punithment and not for treatment. facturers was held at St. Louie, and it is head, hss in town on business. Col. Rich-anTunnnttr.upwp.t .surtr..tRSFi wa here and subservient White, of Mtdi'on county, mriiKnii contractois, middlemen, It is a disgrace to the S'.ate that he has re- said the price of barbel wire wis advanced Arotaucht, m well aa saval cfBcers who obeyed illegal orders for mained in charge so long. lad week shaking hinds with his ma half a cent a pound fc glad to eee him MUBIC. TUB IiANODACIEH, DHAW-INcorrupt objects, and some of whom shared Gen. Grant is aeeking health at Old ny friends, who are always !Ullfll e. K . Clnrinn.ll ..I i.ii 1,',- .-.. Dr. T. S. Dell, of Louisville, whose AND PAINTINO. a in town a touple of Ind .dealer. In flrUw.r iathe plunder, composed this Ring. In Sw,'. Point and on his arrival the Fortrers Dr. Wm. Dickey llaln.a' I a view of these facta Congress should go knowledge of medical matters were obtain fired a salute, thereby days. He was on his wav from Fort Worth, Monroe bitteries J," ', J:1 llTl';l,' '''"o 7--; low in making further expenditures. The ed a century or less ago and who has studi- wasting much good powder. Texas, to hi' home in Virginia, Eld. J, aud llaml ton Oraana, !'.,'" lnt'umenlaK,ldatpflceaan.t terua to tJr-I- n Ky., are usual naval appropriation bill just parsed ously avoided learning anything since, ex,,iV-reguTuition, prices rarnc from 2A to S.V) In iblehaaera. U.n't le Jour ordera till 10a anil lar The Stanton House at Chattanooga, If. Limerick and wife, of London, rimary. 1M. Intermediate ptlcra aud tertua iJcfarimems. presses the opinion that the ducking of luamounts to nearly $600,000, enough to ' 'j UO, l"rfparatojy, ISO, and Culleglate, Io0. which originally cost $250,000 was sold visiting at J L Whitehead's. natics is a proper practice. The doctor is A few dajs ago deputy sheriff James I. build a pretty good sixed navy. under a mortgage of $100,000 Friday, too antiquated to be quoted as authority in For full particular!, aa to Hoard, Ac, addreaa While received a telegram requesting him & Congressman John S. Wise, the little such matters, but Di. Gale, like a drowning when it brought but $41,000. MUM. H. C. TKiU'.IIKAKT. ITInrlpnl, to arrest Mason liolcamb, who would be AUuitord, Lincoln Co., Ky, 1 A New York official sue the Timn bloner and bully of Virginia, although the man, is catching at any kind of a straw. of thn city for $10,000 damages for libel, found at A J Samm's, three miles south of hero of thirteen bloodless duels, has all of Livingston s'tation. He is charged with It seems lhat murderers are even a more and the jury gave him twelve cents. a sudden become diegueted with dueling Soven'First-Ote- s murder, having killed a half breed Indian Three murderers were hung in various and avowa hia intention of resorting to tbe favored clas in Ohio than in Kentucky. named Fisher, in the Indian Territory in A man indicted for murder has j'ist been portions of the V S. Friday. McLin, n code no more. The reason of this 1 hate the Crah Orchard, July df !a-- t year. Mr. While procredtd to known aa tested n la mrnrr Hotel In and refurnish- llouee. tt filled the la grows out of thefact that a man is sentenced at Tiffin to 10 dtys in jail and at Savannah, Ga , one of them raved and the t'Uce indicated and with the sistnce I t it and pioiw in run ll in firat cliu a'ylr J. Si. VIIII.IM'S, ,H,f.,.SIaford. begged in a most touching manner. ' . . lo tpeelal atlintluii to tramlrM ciatom lm- after him who doe not fight duels for the fined $25 ol Mr J. I. Am )M, arrested IluUumti,nO menial triell will find iiiltudid aauiple 11. mi. McCreery is formally ' for Ihedl'i-laDOINGS, same of the thing, but when he stands up us their LEGISLATIVE , and aett'nitnelatlont ... ... I.. ....!.. , ((J uiiisiiKiii rrei.iain.-- ir c- - u,u..K... announced as a candidate for Congress in maue L....1. tu . iUut, , lH)lr Kentucky I will to be shot at, shoots with intent to kill. alio hare charge of the I Itery Hlahle and will al Liberty of Conscience bill, which the Eghth district. The Richmond Jteg-itt- to town and lodged in Jul to awatt the The waya keep It auppllrd wllh fut horaee and fine Page McCarthy, editor of the Campaign, KTANrtJIU). KY occasioned so much debate in the last of an officer from Fori Smith, Ark. turuouia This lll not Ititerfrrt with my rays Madison county is solid for him. stayed his man or two on the field who has v- - "WALTON, . passed tbe House this time without a Proprlotor. trie mot destructive rains lor many liolcomb my he waa ralaed in Clay coun Furnituro and Undertakers Trade, j w of honor, published some pretty teveie dissenting Nod-wa- y voice. lull years prevailed throughout laiiiornia ty , Kt , and that he went to Hopkine, bet Aelahallo tlnue to keep a tlmealine ef thethoae ' strictures en Johnnie's testimony before to aerte Furniture and I ready at a'l Clie of Nafe.'Jf iSO, A bill to amend an act to prevent the Siturday night and Sunday. The damage county, Mo , about 12 year ago and -- II,. nlh.r ,inm 1 nm uiii ry tVallng caiaelty, '.locludltie mi. et ren- ..'...1 """"I"". ..n.. . -- . i John Sherman's investigation of tbe Danr ae sale of spiritous liquors in the town of it t.'. .. 'I i(....i.i rate, to married a.t that place, where his wife and dolto property will reach half a million attractlerii Jiir, trouble, arid instead of challenging ville Crah Orchard Ky aa ahot. Lincoln county, or within two lars children are at thies time. That he went to him as had been his custom, Wise wrote a milei thereof, hts p.veed the Senate. Frank Rsnde, the murderous depera Jo the Indian Territory about two Team ico IKIGE'N card avowing the determination mentioned The Senate has passed the Asylum bill. in the Juliet' (III.) Penitentiary, hanged and laat July Fiher and Fame other par resorting to some low abuse. above and Tbe main feature of the bill provides for himself. He is supiwed to have murder- ticra'eed a fuas with him nnd he killed Thereupon McCarty posted Wiie as "a the furnishing of piper, envelopes and poet-ag- e ed thirteen persons in Indiana, Illinois aud Fiher in relf defence. whr, little ridicuhus poltroon and an stamp j fur the ctirmpon lence of luna- Missouri to wear the lion's skin, is Gt THE INTEnioiTJOURNAL not being ablo Didn't Want to Enshon tics and grants them the privilege of writThe Kiralfy Brothers are going to give for just what he is, the trick mule in Srirr-man- 'a ing Two young gentlemen of Stanford "name FOH 83.50. letters at specified times. a great spectacular festival in the LouisDanville circus." Wise has rot been recently took 1 trip thro' E. H. BURNSIDE, While the worthless curs throughout ville Exposition building beginning the lew forerermore," 'Wllh.it scrip or or country soliciting insurance. After a heard from since and it is safe to assume lfanllai.(,e..iBeO. llarn.;. TheThe Mountain the State are killing sheep nightly by the 12 h of My, producing the greatest ballet the IllaloV, ofa few hours' ride they found themselves fir This Old that his anti dueling resolve is rimer fixed hundreds the Legislature is Woll - Known andaliook of It. I'uhllc I'llerancea." occupying its of the centurv than ever. from the turnpike, at the residence of a Hotol Still Maintains its bound in be.elled boards and - tinted cloth cu,0, with' time in declaring "Staking Creek, in Lw Nearly $1,500 000 in gold was with- - gentlemen who had 6M pure,High y?J0lf ereraTlBj cut his lot on the ' I,h''"lt"-o- f Marie, snap of our jary system is piin The defect in renro county, a naviirible Btream," and drawn from thesub.Treaaury at New York, ..h. v '.".".'m. )gana Creek in the en' peacelul stream of fully apparent in the difEculty amount- such nonsensical legislation. ANI In the baik fly hate- -, fflarrods on Friday, and $5,000,000 went abroad joyment of whofe quiet bleeinij, while he f.c .Imlle. or ro.luclloiiln sl. and tlor ol Ink of theeiart r n ing almost to impossibility of obtaining burg Dmncrst. lo.trlp-alon Saturday, said to be the largest amount IHl'li forget not, he d.iw not regret the rain? Iti Proprietor ii Determined that iintiortant ewe. As an illusV' J ""? "l """"If In hi. UKiun- a jary on any The IIoue got into an unusually See ever shipped in one day. It Shall be Second to no Country , hcok attents. lightning stream cf tramp-1 tration: In the case of Berner on trial for mood for biiMneiii Friday and rassed at i " ?"" ' Hotel in the State in iu Fare, maa Theprl.tea.ri- mpei nlatorv of tbn Pavmas'er V, S. Birtlett, of the C. tie Appointment!, or Attenlnino.1 n.tureof ih Krange) ., au.1 ,. tie murder of Kirk in Cincinnati, the swoop a bill to declare navigable all tbe B & Q. railroad, with headquarters in rod venders and so on ad infinitum thnt lie for the fir.t lime In llile Iwok tion to Comfort of the Th. Valtlt court has been employed several days at stretms and creeks on the Cumberland riv- Chicago, left his office a few days since floods the public highways, llealln chapter- - CI ptr-gIrie their Queiti. i,.;fe,,," peace and happiness of every one within to the county of over $1,200 and er above Point Burnide expense uf.'i'J:.''.?";'.'!" '"'".hiicai tnsaid river It without locking his safe. The company that abiuld U in .Tery Kentucky hoioe. and ahould certainly be owatil baa succeeded after the examination of would save time to declare every creek, Inst $27,000 by the carelessness and Bart-le- tt aid from the POB" "Jeora Barnea. locA . The two underwriter tripled their victim llaric ae will he eomrjed toarromtnotfatl.M de. lohtalnrd nowh.i. aaore than 200 persons in empaneling branch and brook in the State navigable ... tat Special free of char-.- . in. i... .1 lost his situation. special arranitenieni wlih the to Commercial Traielert. The Har will in his orchard, clad in the old style home is still searching for another eleven and and have done with the silly busines. always .applied with the choice. leiiiored to .S.w York, haa 1. .,i,..i..L""n The work of tattooing fc woman for spun, scattering bundles of straw. They Kraedaori lo era aad Clear. man who has not read the papers. ;rniea, rhehok (fi vii and Ihe kmi.Wkly Talbotl's high liquor license bill seems exhibition with John Robinson's Circus, Ijitkbiok J,iiat(ej) are oflere.l then held a caucus to nominate a speaker for h,V;,M",alfiT"Ufaor Hit. """ t.ether two Thk charge having been made that Mr. to have the sameeflect on the legislators that has been successfully accomplished in and approached him. 11.1. It'A llflV Trade Mark. MEKWIN'N HI'KCIKIC, red ragdoes on a bull. When it was call-e- d Cincinnati. This subject is the second Tilden, piqued at the nomination of Oen. JTKiilORjouait., Htanf6rrl,Vy. The nominee of the caucus, after intro 7imT up Saturday Col. Talbolt himself offer- woman of the only five persons in America flAaV Han cock instead of himself, did all in hi iThp (treat KngliHii Itemedy, ducing himself and companion, began thi!: waifi ' power to effect his defeat, the National ed a substitute to it to fix the license at tbe that are thoroughly tattooed. DANVILLE "Well, sir, we are in the insurance business I a potlllrecure for Weak MemoV The number of convicts in the peni- We represent the Committee produces its books to show that uniform sum of $200, regardless of location, ry. Lou of Hraln Tower, Nerroua Co, of hxhauatlon, gewlnal Weakneae, he contributed more to the legitimate cam- instead of ranging it from $100 to $300. tentiary, not including thoe at work on strictly farm company, a company that will Inilio'ency. and (leneral .om of Tower ol the dererallirn Origans, anv other man in the Amendments of eytrj description were pre- ratlrcaJx, it 589, of whom 91 are in for paign fund than .llil .11 ill. .A., fli.t full,,.. .. . . not touch city or town property in fact, it country, by about $10,000, his subscription sented, including one to make the bill ap- life; 40 from 20 to 30 year-- ; 23 form 15 to 20 was organized for tbe benefit of farmers. Befor Taking, qurnce ol youthful Imprudence ot the exceeaol matured lean, tuch Trad, t.rk. being $51,500. There don't eeem to be ply a well to druggists wbosell liquor,and years; 48 from 10 to 15 yean; 100 from 5 Why, sir, if every city and town in this as i niTcrtai ijiullmie. rain in tbe n perfect randemonium followed. A mo to 10; 23 from 4 to 5; 52 from 3 to 4; 90 back, DlmneM of Vision, Trrma much pouting in that. grand and glorious Union should be de lure Old Axe. and many otter tion to strike out the enacting clause re from '1 to fl and 19 from 1 to 2 year. that by spontaneous combuetion, sumption, led to Imanltr or Constroyed The woman's riijhtera under the leader-whi- p sulted in a vote of 40 nays to 32 yea. tn all rate of Kemale Mannfacturer. of- A Washington apecial aaya: President our company would be unscathed.'' The Weakness the gheclfic acta Ilka ar, of Sussn B. Anthony recently called was resumed next day, but by bad GaiCeld'i) restoring lou or fadlnj charm, Attorney General has elated speaker here pauaed to see what effect his Ktrlnrf to the eye a hrllllant on President Arthur. They made a strong management it was thrown in the orders of Doorw, Niihli, Itllmlsi, Uiml&w that he left the Cabinet alter uarfield'a oration was having. After a short but va- andaparklluj Iicauty, to the cheek effort to gain his committal to the support the day and perhaps killed. AftarTaklnir. murder because Arthur and hia advieera cant stare, the farmer replied: "I threshed ineroty woooiu orncaitn. OO'Merwin'a Specific la aold by all DrugKlate at of their peculiar views. The old gentle--ma- n The bill reported by Mr. Kehoe, from were in sympathy with public robber, and Door IVhiucm, Mold- package, or alz package for this seed twice, but conldn't get it all out, mall, rpostage free, on receipt of price S3. Also by vraa disposed to temporize and put the Committee on Printing, establishing a rrenident Garfield'is Postmaster General arKull particular In pamphlet, which will ) so I thought I would scatter the straw on them ofl with the somewhat ambiguous system of legal advertising, ought by all Iiirk, Scroll Saw mailed free to erory appllc int. Addreaa all said that Garfield was probably mur- the ground," and began to scatter it forthto the anlo manufacturer, aasuranco that he hid "no doubt the means to become n law. As property is now haa dered beo.uiso of his prosecution of the with. Ml'ltMl.l Y JlhlUVIMi to., women wouiu get wnai iney ougni to advertired under order of court and sold, Work, Turn. KanuaCity, Mo. As may be imagined, the solicitor was Htar Route thieve. Fold In Stanford by Penny A McAllater and all nave." it amounts to a sacrifice, only a few writabashed by this reply, hut insur- Druggist, ererj where . somewhat MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Iiir I.Hllio Work, The Three Furl Enterprite devotes a ten or printed bills being required and in ance agents are like Hamlet's ghost, they Managed by J no. B, Fish. long article to the peitif irous small boys many instances, they do not stay up hardly will not down; and onr hero began again: "Rip Van Winkle" with a strong sup- "Every man, sir, should be insured. There $1.25. Twice a Week. $1.25. Flooring, CclIliifrVWenth- who congregate in the printing office and as long as it takes to write them. The bill and compositoiB. It fixes a rejisonable limit en the charge and port of two, made things lively in town are thousands of ways in which houses mav anoy both editor The Beit, Newsiest and Cheapest is love'a labor lost, Rtmey. A hickory provider that in all suits now pending, or Saturday and Sunday nights. DrcMxcd I.iiniJ-- r burn, and there is co telling when yours birch is ranch the which may be brought hereafter, the Judge Newspaper in the South The prisoners in our jail still make witch or a " The victim here interrupted with -- And other shall order all public sales to be made un- an occasional attempt to escape, but so far the remark, "That's what they've been tellmost effective and reliable pureuader. Semi-Week- ly der decree of court when the amount in- they have rucceeded in nothing but fail- ing me for twenty years. I don't believe I The Nelson Recordl publishing a cred volved is $150 or more to be published ures. want to enshore!" "Why, sir," replied the itabte serial story written by Mrs. Murray, The Stanford correspondent of the once a week for two weeks before the day Ererybody ahou'd Uktt It, It gtrei the UUwt wife of the editor. John P. U fortunate in - Journal in Sunday's paper says: Mr. agent, "there stands a lot of cilres, worth news daya In adrancc of the old.faahloned week of sale in a newspaper printed in the coun- CourierAlso Dealer. Id $25 each, one of which would pay your in- Ilea and forleaa money. It la DKMOC'UATtC, but having bo substantial an assistant in his ty. AU rewards offered by the Governor tor and Mrs. J. L Whitehead, of Mt. Vernon, surance for yeani." "Let me take that lit- at the aame time INIlKPKNDGNT in It do all the contain, the be.t newa luminary; labors. Up here we have to Vest reading fugitive from justice, shall be published at were at that place last week. Perhaps tle Alderney heifer out," answered the matter; tbe beat tdltorlala and thethe market rebeet does nothing work while our better-hal- f port. all lor ouly 81, 'JB per year. there is a mistake somewhere, m there is least two weeks in one paper in the county firmer, "and yon may have tbe lot at $25 but see to the children. in which the offense was committal, Proc- m Mrs. J. L. Whitehead, yet. I don't want to tnrftort," with which be re Bond for Spoolmen Copies. The little frogs made their pretence The Sunday issne of the Enquirer pre- lamations for elections, notices of rules of so rued the scattering of hi straw. The Oall on us or wrlu for price. Erery farmer, erery met chant, eeery trader must for a few days last week while the sents on one page 23 portraits of murderers taxation, unrecorded deeds, delinquent We a law tax known a Rente, after exchanging glance, also scatbareli. tiubscrlbe at once. took and will do onr beat to pleaae you Id sew under sentence or awaiting trial. The lists and such other matters of general in- sun was shininx, but they are now under tered. Ilemember. you jet lli4 paperi and doulle the and quality ol material, X moat truculent looking collecti'on terest tj taxpayers as the court of rellD(t matter glten by an ordinary weekly, the ice and for aught we know to the con are claims, lor (1.315 and It couir. to you twice a The reason a country editor can live ou be made to sustain the severest county fudge, sheriff or mayor trary, are now wishing that they hid not auday week Hand the moury Iu our igviitln or any corIIAAVILLE PLAKIXO MILL t'V yonr laontr. or remit dlrict to us. one mi u are meal a day is because be hts set-eopeaalty of tbe law without the sacrifice of porations may deem proper shall be pub- - made their appearance bo eerly in the Addreaa THE LOUIbVII.LK TOST. ' "patent inside." lUhed. J much human beauty. Loul.Tlllc, Ky. Danville, Ky. Stmi-Mcchl- n $nieriorloumal It e A CoKUEsroNnr.NT from II irrodiburg to the Louisville Commaxial sjys that Phil Thompson will not only be a candidate fur Congress, but that he will go into tho race with a determination born of the knowledge that to fail of election means his political death. His elements of strength are stated to be the ownership of the democratic organization of Mercer and in a pinch can rely on tho support of a number of leading republicans of that county; his strength with the "boys" who manage conventions and primaries; pipularlty with the young democracy and the support of "Roaring Joe" Blackburn, with whom he is a great favorite His forces will be well in hand and the correspondent predicts thai he will either get tho nomination or die tate who shall have it. What do you say democrats? Cincinnati's last ecataey was over a. dog (how. It Is astonishing to contemplate the crowds that were drawn together day after day to witness the exhibition, the zeal exhibited for the success of favoritce, the exultant triumph of thore who wen and the absorbing interest excited by the competition, Rut Americana are fcn excitable people and Cincinnalians are very mnch like them. A jury of sheep owners would probably have adjudged the premiums differently. A the exhibition promises to become an institution, the wool interest will probabW nicl a high protective tariff. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS firet-clo- defeat-ed-115- to For Sale Privately Mue-Kr- lr ii ENTERPRISE Grocery. tunicas tor, Kentucky, GEO. D. BURDETT Making sive Additions Lately un lt hun-hundr- ' f, luth-einfi- 1 Stanford Female I , d .,,,,.,,. FL. 7"ators Ik., -- O 1. M. Kalduiu h"J 0., TERMS MODERATE.' Fire, Lightning NTEl'HKNN UOVHE Tornado I.NIllA.CKt Opanles. deler-miaatio- LOWEST EATES1 m ar-rir- er r' OPERA HOUSE, ct I JlS-ltr- at a, MYERS HOTEL, Life of Goo. 0. Barnes STANFORD. KY. Propr and Imputation, ,,, I 1 - Ue. iM ,,. ,."." ... ,,-.- !., '-- .a J -- PLANING MILL COMPANY -- Dir-cussi- IF9 tIk-o- 1 1200-ly- rJ crboartlln, well-seaion- The Post. Building Material Fanuiiifj; dumber! a 216-t- Semt-SHeek- la nttrior3ouriial March 11, 1884 ItRsr R ee I potitof an 1 onio A i et at T. rc than ovei 00,000 ainnera who have kept at DANklLLE, BOYLE COUNTY. Walton'. Murphy' Rail their Urea" The Episcopal Churches of Ohio and Indiana are excited over the recent ordination to holy ordera in that connection, of Qen. Ben P. Runkle. Ben waa pretty well known in Central Kentucky during the war, hiving held bia command in Danville for n coniiderablc time and afterwards administered military justice from his camp at Milled;eville In this county. Thow who knew him well during that time will ba surprised to hear of his having assumed the surplice, but will not he startled to hear that the spiritual influence which governed him here is still attending him. His piety seems to be of the same type as that lie exhibited during his war record. LAND, STOCK ANU CHOP. Stanford, Ky Fhwiii fih at Hnrria ceired daily LOCAL NOTICES. Tfa and chamber at A. A. WarrenV. Uck ThurberV in the market. eel at reduced prire Brat "Boode" Carrier was arrested on Saturday at Junctiou City by Marshal T. P. Helm, for a breach of the peace committed on Thursday of the same week at Shelby City. "Boode" got oil with a fine of $10 anil costs. 3 PLOWS! PLOWS ! PLOWS ! Agents for the South Bend Chilled Plows, that took 1st premium in your own neighborhood, the Louisville Exposition, over 29 different plows. Oliver included. Also sole agents for the best steel plow in the world, The Old Sellable 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 oi any farm m Stanford. ' A But Paint" of Penny IiANDiirrriiD garden A MoAliater. eel at Mcitolert of birthday cards at Penny A McAIIhKtV. Jew. Haas Hoi: Cholera Cure. Penny A McAliater o! agent. Clour your account with Penny A McAliater by cah or note. Hkand new atock of e eery thine in Hie jewelry line at Penny A McAllater'a. Hoiiar, cattle, aheeji and jtullry powder for Kale ly Mcitabtrla A 8(kk lnt for Nr.wohadra of ready mixed apring trade at Mc Robert A HtagK. Bum'. Kick xtojk roasted coflee. T. R Walton. 1 fill) A Rr.AUTIKUL piece, of p,lware one pound of coffee at A. A . WarrenV, m Bosom Shirt and FHI7II lot Crown Collars and Cut! just in. (ieo II. Ilruce A Co. Henry X. Ware Ik an i aold e to Rilly Rtinea a half-acrnear the Junction at $100. J. F. loteaih Mo-ai- The Rowrey Shearen murder case was given to the jury on Friday about three o'clock and at 5 15 the jury repirted them reive unable to agree and were discharged and the case wa then continued until the next term with the bond Oxel at $500. Mrs Gen. S. S. Fry went to Bowling Green Friday, called there by the illness r.f one of the children of her daughter, Mrs, Wm. Turner. Mrs. 8. C. Pear:e, of Mays-villwho haa been visiting her daughter, e, Mrs. W 8. Downton, returned to her home Watches, Clocka and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAllater. Foil concha, colds, Ac., uao Compound flyrup While Pine. Put up In 26c and 60c bottle'. Trial aim 10c. Moltoberta A BUKB. PERSONAL Ml? Maohie Lanrater. Pnrk'vllle N i:h.anii l vialting in John A. MlHoiieiits has goce to to elay a month or two. Mil T M. Joiinhton, of ilnnon, wa here yesterday, returning, froui Providence Rit 0. L Si'HBLiiand family, of Wa co, Tex, are viitinj at K. V Uien Mia Sam IE Ahiiiiiook, a Cynthinna beauty, I the KUrt of Mr. V. P. Oiu-n- . Mi" Salmi: Watei.", of Uojle, i ol rain, Aitih a ruo'l ungodly Relic Tyrte and Rhoda Hail snow, site!, ice, slush and mud, taxiing over thk week. two weeks, the son came out yesterday and Hon, Umiuji: M Aham, Heulaler vl elaltd evrrybedy with the prospect of at the Land Office, waa hue Saturday on bin leaM a few day of good weather. way to ISarbourvllle. Mft. Ei McRouciits learned Saturday of Mil, J. A. CoilKN, late of thi countr, McRob-erts- , bad a fote liiitr cut oil at a distillery in the death of hi brother, Carroll R. who moved to Missouri tome 30 years Anderaon county, lat week Mi!a Hl.vir. Fch.i.1:, a winome beauty ago lie Ha C.t years of age and leaves a of Lebanon, waa here Ut eek en route to wife and S children. Erysipelas caused his death. Garrard to lit Mi l'.efie Adam. Hit-urda- y m them the Govtroor did right in making the remission he did. The Kentucky Alpha of Phi Delta Thetagavean entertainment at GilcherV on Thursday night in honor of their fratr, Mr. O. C. Norri, of Indiana. Those pre ent beside the guest of the eveninz were: X. D. Lackey sold to A. T. Xunnelley Messrs. Francis M. Wilson, W. L, Sum-rai- l, a pair of marts for $276 and tho latter aold H. Tebbetts, E. I). Martin, Harry to a Pennsylvania trader rt pair of coach Wiseman, W. P. Sandidge, W. E. Knight, borsc for $325. J. E Allen, F. W.Samuel, E. B. Nelscn, The Rowling (Sreen Gatdte reports M. R Hubbard, W. W. Wiseman and Geo. sales of seven 16J to 10 hand mule at W.Metcalfe. $103; a lot of 2 year old steers at $37 30 Mr. Thomas Wellington, of Union and 100 lb, Mock hogs at 6 cents. county, bought Monday of W. J. Lyle, of Din Slagg writes to the Courier Jonrn this county, n fine Spanish jack, 7 yeara al to know how to prevent moles from old, for $1,200 Mr. J II. Englemat.' fine taking the corn after planting. He might mire, '"Lydia Gregory," dropped a fine have saved a postage stamp by asking us mare colt by Cuyler, Monday morning. Mm Roukii.4 and Mr. John Kj:tr, Circuit Cleiik Ja. P Railey tells us Kill Vm, man, kill 'itn, Dead mole eat This make the youngster a full sister of of liarn dburi(, the iii'ilber at d brulher of that the docket of the court which com- no corn. S.ndford Kuth. A. B. Ccil ld to Gentry At a blooded cattle sale at Mtrshall, Pros. 22 1 J hand, gool cottrn mules for Prof. Alner linger, wrre iilinK him mences next Moody cons sis of 103 Cjiii Shorthorns belonging to R. W. $2 350, being about $107 60 each. HoN M J. ( OUK of Rockcatle, waa inonwralth's eve', lw uf them formurder; Mo , the RiivKt of Mr. W. K Ramey, last wrtk 2.1 equity sptcarrice', 30 old common law; 0en, of Xorth Middleton, Ky., brought -- O.i Wednesday n'ght the (louring mill Mi I.uella i?ameT accompanied him 42cominnnlaw aparance and 115 old $S,060, and 10 Jerseys owned by Alex. of Potts, Proctor A Co , near the depot wag On Thursday borne, equity. The teira can lat four weeks and McClinlock A Son, of Millersburg, Ky , robbed and let on fire is that it will be the dullest for brought nearly $4,000 Ml Kati: WtirmilTr, if Larcaa'er, the pro-pemorninc Tom Hansford, his wife Hannah, Fresh vegetables have appeared in the hi ,, Willisim. his daughter Mary, Dick waa here Saturday returning from a long years, to our good name be it said. V. M hew lork market fur those who want Bently, Jim and Anna Barkley, all neTieit to VickburK. Her iter, Mr. Some weeks ao George V. Peel, of thun.atthe following prices: New potawere arrested for the crime. The lbcle, went home with ber for a few day' trade I horses with a man who gave toes half eck ninety cent. New cabbage groes, TuiU accused were promptly indie ed and Wm hi nauie a Philip lijinl, of Mercer, add r head thirty cent. Rhubarb per bunch Hansford, Jim Barkley and Dick Bently1 Mux. A. P. 1'rxny waa called to paid him $10 to boot. The mare he got thirty cents. Radishea er bunch thirty her confessing were given, tl e two first, three Friday, to attend the funeral of was afterwards disponed of to Felix Al cent. Water cresses, per bunch twenty-fiv- e yeara each in the puniteutiary and Bently brother in law, Mr. Edward Vi. (JraYr, bright, of this county, for $51 60. List Peacbea sixty cenU each. one year in theaime institution. Mary cents who dropped dead at hi home in that city. wrek IV I learned that the mare had been Strawberries $4.60 per quart. Pineapple Dr. W R Prnny accompanied her. Hansford wa discharged there being no stolen front Jake R)ard, of Mercer, and seventy-Evcenla each. Miu Flu nk Watman, eon of Mr. J evidence against her. The trials of Tom, on Saturday be came to Albright and after Way man, ediu r of the Blackpool, England, his wife and Anna Birkley were set for HUSTONVILLE. LINCOLN COUNTY. giting bim acheck for the amount paid for yesterday. 7im, arrived a few day ago and expect the mare, took htrofi with the avowed in-- J. W. Allen sold to T. Wood, of Dan-villMrs. Phebe Berry died on Sunday at to be'ome a Kentucky farmr. We hoje tention of delivering her to ber oaner. 100 cattle aveiaging about 1,000 lbs., in thin conntT the residence of ber grandaughter, Mrs. 8 be will ficceett in I). Van Pell. Mr. Berry was 92 years old Tiir. ICtilsvllle 7W cflt ri to bet that the at $67 er head. Find a full line of new Spring good, last October. Sie wb a native of New LOCAL MATTERS. Stanford girt who has just completed a consisting of dry goods, clothing, boot for s elegrnt line of toilet sop at A A crixy qtnlt with 14,800 pieces, can not shoes, Ac, st rock bottom prices at J. E. Y'ork, but ha lived in Kentucky 35 many year. cook a respectable loaf of bread. You'd years and in Danville fjr about Warren's better not put up much on it, old fellow, Ryan'. She joined the Christian Church under the New YOHK State sed potatrns, every unless you are anxiou to dispose of your Messrs Dunn A Sharpe returned from ministry of that celebrated preacher Rac variety. Melcalf A 0slev. wealth. Tbe young lady can not only Georgia on Friday. Their destination was coon Smith many years ago and has ever tx-the world making i lilts, but M an Lake City, Fla., but on the way tbey re- since been a devout and consistent member M AKliUDonthe lOih, at Elisha R adept in the culinary art a well, and ber ceived a telegram of "no market." Hence The deceased lady was twice married, first Robert M. Dte to Mlia Ida Rirler txauliful face and refined manners make sold out in Georgia. Report good prices to Wm. Jackson and the second time to Harry Wkiibeii in "Flint A Steel" at her queen of the potior as her domestic ac but money scarce and sales very slow. Mr. James Berry, at that time a citizen of C'onsiderabel excitement wa produced Crab OrcharJ. Mr. Jackson died many the Opera House Thundsy night, 13th eomplishment entitle her to be mistress of i a jeel in here one clay lal week by the report that year ago and Mr. Berry died in December Uhehn teKtDMonr.at fined $6 and ccst the kitchen. In short she had better bold il both passenger trains on the C. S, were 1870 Mis. W R Taylor, of Chicago, Mrs every sense and the for "oeing drunk and disorderly Saturday on lime. The thing was only accidental Ribert Rddow, rf Crab Orchard, and Mr r jtw unlirs it !shs to carry It In a sling had a Imand tbe regular Irregularity has been re- Wm. Jackson, of San Antonls, Texas, are Mk .1 Collins RELIGIOUS. three of Mrs Berry' children who survive sumed. pound boy to arrive at his house Saturday. The protracted winter ha had the ef- her. Elder M. Colli ha closed a meeting Come and ree our display of agricultural fect of making stock feed extremely scarce LexWoman with pale, olorlecs faces, who A Cur- - In the Broad ay Christian church, implements when in town, Bright 'H receive in this locality. C)rn commands $3 jer feel weak and discuraged, ington, with 52 additions ran. Church cemmunican' in this country, bbl., and is difficult to get. Hay cannot both menial and rmii'y vigor by using New spring stock ol Buell Boot and the New York Jnilriident reports, a'ter be obtained at any price near this place. Carter's Iron Pil', hich are niHde for the Shoe received today. Geo. II. Bruce A cireful irquiry, number 17,067,878, ol The supplr of coal has run short and the blood, nerves and comiWxioi. Co. badneta of the roads operaKs disastrously whom 0 832 s54 are Catholic. W'r. have received over 100 fuils far the against obtaining wood. Butter existsonly SKW AIlVKimNESlFNTN. In 1800 there were 50,000 Christian early spring trade. Don't Nil to ete them converts in mission field.; now there are in memories of the past and since the CinGeo. H. Bruce A Co. A. O. TAL.BOTT Then there were 70 mission cinnati drg show was inaugurated the ca1,C50,000 warfare against the UaCnmlUttofor Coiure In thli dlstrtct.'sub-Jp- ct slock schools with a few thousand scholars; now nines wage mighty We are opening to day our spring to the sctlon of the democracy mutton. of Geo. H.Zelgler'a fioe shoes for ladies, 12 000 schools with 500,000 scholars. Conway, of Springfield, ia among Pat A bill to charter the Iiuisville Faith misses and children. fiiends here for a few days. Jaa. . m Cure Home is before the Legislature. TLe hi old und Will Reid and Shack Huffman, whose forget that your account otj-c- t Please do not of tbe institution ia to furnish a was delayed by sickness, get ofl ih my shop a .p on hand I ihill continue to was due Jan. 1st, and ibst we hu'iie for disabled perrons and the amount departure Misses. supply vt Hoser 3 "K JUcMiif si it Hxtuics, for Kansaa probably to day. rlll pi- n- ,i tiring th-- n motei t' die lMri A Cnrraii of properly which it may acquire U fixed ami thoiw d. t will lo rscle sdjuu is ! .r iLieConpHU) and Cliloe Ljgan and Judie Weatherford have Auchorage, recslp. lor the same, Tiif jump in quinine caught our drug- $50,000 come home from the school at The Cumberland Presbyterian Church Penny A McAlister have btanford, Ky. gist- ii. good fix. 22jl.tr the former in bad health, the latter to see 1 McRoberls A Stagg a g'ad reports 13,750 communicants, 1,43!) min- the folks Tom Conway who tired of a 125 ounces and isters and $2,155,224 in church property. Sale, '"PI'lT- peaceful life tnlisted in tbe army last fall Millinery Business The church organ, the Cumberland Ptesby-teria- n sent to the frontier, is satisfied sumraonid the magand whh Juixje Biiown has haa been enlarged, and tbe body of Wlihlng to retire Irom the butlnrst I oiUt for with military glory and would like to sell istrates to appear here on the 17lh to se- the church has declared for prohibition. on West orphans aalenirtlolcof MILLINERY and Fixtures, of the service. The cure rome persen to take charge of the tary rensonalilB lerm. 1 would a'ao l pleased If On our fourth page is copied by re- out have decidtd to remain together and keep tnote who are Indebted to uie will rail and settle. quest an article from Dj. Cox's "J'Ai'riyj house. " HISS 31. S. t.OGAX, HuitonTllle, Ky. A pleasant exhibition of the telephone J2a.t The legislature has just made Rich-mon- d .Vew and (M,u which is pronounced by Satura city. This makea her just two those who know, uvtxj fine one. For 60c was witoiaed in theoflico here on IIAICKY yeara behind Stanford, which was so de- per year the pater referred to can be had day. A gentleman who runs a correspondand we commend it to all who wish to learn ing cilice waa in town, haying left his wife by the last Legislature. clared the truth .expounded without bias or preju in charge of hia business. Finding that I HAVE received a full life of cloths and dice. would probably be detained a little An effort is being made to raise money he cassimerea and am now ready for the later than he bad expected he called up spring trade. Call and examine goods to buy an organ for tbe Christian church, his wife and gave her the facte; then overwhich is proving very successful. There and styles. II. C. Rupley, the Tailor. hearing the prattle of his little children are a few members who object to the Intro, them and held The Ladles of the Christian Aid Socic duction of the sinful thing, but a leading in tbe heme effice he called the little ones candr-nullin- e Mr. Wm divine of the Church says that the objec- quite a conversation with at will clvna scene waa very touchP. Tate's Friday night March 14, 1884, tion to organs giows out of Ignorance and over the wire. The ut-well Torn hasn't been married ing -bfrom 7 to 10 o'clock. Prices reasonable. superstition, rome of us. Mr. P. T. Hale continue to expound a long aa Harry Wkihier, if possible, ia even Mr. Morrison will probably make in a in "Flint A Steel" than in "Nip A the scriptures with great power and at the Baptist church and crowds week or ten days another effort to obtain Tuck." He waa been doing a staving busi gathered nightly in pile of the weath- tbe floor of the House for consideration of I new Bince he left here and shall expect t are er. There have been two additions since the Rondtd Whisky Bill. Then it is crowd here. Don't disappoint him. big last report Mrs. Ely and Mrs. McLain and thought the vote will bring out and exhib-i- t Ilarlng eold my I'anii, I will offer at public wile to the hlgbeM bllde. at rojr rtldenc Smile will find mo this spring on Sunday two of the former converts My customera tbe strength for ant' against the measure. wftt ofBUi.ford en lhailuiUmvillepIke, at tnesame stand, on Lancaster street, with Mbviia Liizie Frris and Jennie Vander-vente- r The amount of gold sent abroad In the ON THURSDAY, M Alt. 13, '84, a full and elegant line of millinery. were bapt'sed in the new baptistry. last three weeks waa $10,000,000. Some All my 8tock, conatillng of Thanking yon for past patronage, I atlll so An observer sa)s in reference to tbe bankers estimate that twenty millions more Cowl, iprlcgera, young Steen, Kate Dudderar. 2w b jar My fully fifteen mil- Twenly-ajTe- J HcitRhe same. Mr. gloiting notoriety given to church mem- will go, and the oiiie young Hellers, 3 litad of Honei, 18 head cf will be shipped before July 1. The Hog, nllofmy Fanulng Implement, about 7J Another cow that eatu naila haa been ber's sins: "We are told that in heaven lions Secretary of the Treasury does not fear a barrelaof Com, some Hay and Fodder and tome discovered, not, however, until a butcher there is more joy over ore sinner that than over i'l riphtious ones who great decnasc in his gold refems. The Household and Kitchen Furnltuie. Yesterday Mr baa gone for her vital. is that the country Taaw. The sale will h. iflsde on a credit ot killed one that had over 40 have never k ne astray It ia jutt the oth- feeling among bankers W. F. F.imaey all months on all sums over 110; that amount and There ia more joy ma lose thirty or forty mllliona without tt to er way here tlow. in bei stomach, ranging in sim from a n"id"U' REVItr.X WiLLIASlS. over one righteous man who goes attray danger. a 10 penny. 2-1 Sen-tcna- We can sell you canned goods cheaper May corn went at 60 and do. wheat than any on; if you do not believe it come at 07 at Cnicago, Saturday. HE and ee our prices. Melcalf A Owaley. A thoroughbred red bull ii... I Krr.r constantly on hand a full line of for sale. W. E. Amon, Stanford. 6t. canned vegitthlrs and fruits which I am Two Gale Chilled plows at a bargain selling very low; cll nnd see for yourself. to clone out. T. It. Walton, corner Main 8 S Myera. and Somerset street. Eirly yellow and pure white seed daughter of Mr. and Death. Cecil, Mrs J. D. Frith, died at Brcdbead Satur- corn for sale by T. Porter, Gilberts1 day meriting of Inflamalion of the brain. Creek. One hundred barrel, of corn on the (She was jtnt a year old pike 1 J mile fiom McKinney, for sale by The express only ran as far aa here J. H. Murphy, Jr. iiuht an I owing to the extensive R E Harrow sold to W. II. Prcwltt slide ha bren discontinued until the acrs of land, and to C. C. Barrow 14 road is clear. The mail trains only run acre, at $43 per acre. l. Mt. Sterling as far as Williamsburg. .11 .1 on Thursday. Mr. James L. Lewis and Miss Lucy J. Birclay obtained license to marry, on Saturday. The at'orney for Eugene Moore, who was fined $125 and costs last week for assault and battery, on Mrnday morning pre sented to Court the remi'ion of Governnr Knott for the StMe's portion of Raid fine. (00erceot) There were several prosecutions growing out of the same transaction and as Moore wa convicted in all of THE largest stock of Plows ever brought to Stanford. Sole sll 1 1 1 ct Lex-ingt- e e, BRIGH T CURRAN j rl-er'- lt Gi-ntu- T, III WALTON, IIO.. Singer Sewing Machines. rel For B GROCER, Er poor-hous- m WEBBER "Flint and Steel" Operas Horase COR. MAIN & SOMERSET STS., Thursday might, Xiiilu V fni.r earn-earne- PUBLIC SALE ' I- i - ir 1 .,. i STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. tmluisss v-ning of the end of Gnal issue of God's grace to the.heits of the promise Jt V in Christ. S.'JJut'how are we, the unblemished in Mirclill, 1884 the Lord, living in regard to the obllga-tion- s Stanford, Ky., duties and privileges of our heavenly citizenship? The very question awakens CITIZENSHIP IN HEAVEN. Hi:- - sorrow; for the Church, in general, appears "Ourcltiz'nahip in Heaven." Phil, not even to recognize the fact that the i!0. KerUeil of every believer is in heaven, not wc have "Our In the common version Here we are sojourners, Grangcoavemlion in heaven." The oriKinal on earth! eterers, pilgrims, marching onward to our wonl U equivalent lo a community, a a city, nal inheritance -t- he land of promise be from polituo, to govern converge, yond the deep waters. lo ortler.one'i) life and conduct, Thechuichhsa largely lost fight of its certain manner as to habita and live, in a inheritance in the Heir of all things. The principlei. (Ac's xxiiil; Phil i:l7) p pulpit has largely lost sight of the Biuie to The change from conversation God in Christ to His people. U a decided improvement; for it bltwed gift of the thinir itself is laughed at the Cm.itm. fmsrcejts at once a life correpondinR to and mccked as a dream of the imagination! utandineof a citiien. Btanding of the believer is some-titleThe idea of cltiVnahip in Ueavon, not on The very scouted as heresy. The Cross itself earth, i common ia the New Testament, home, has beeome an offence to many who profess because Christ has ascended to nis of God; and the minister which is in heaven; and He and His breth- to be the children and common who puts Christ in hia true phce, aa the ren are united in one nature up his mind to standing to God. It i this fact which object of faith, may make God one ureal suffer persecution nt the hands of some who mikes all the children of be the sons of God. The truth brotherhood or commonveiith in Cnrit prrfi-ssito hundreds of Hence we read: "Sj then ye are no more U that Chrift is unknown Mlow pulpits; wine theory of docttlne, or of or utrnti,;" an i slimmer, but ye re His place. There cltizMit with the saints, and of the house dinances, having tken never was a time perhapj wheu the Croc being built upw the foundahold of GoJ, preached with so tion of the apjstles and prophet, Jesus was so little preached and stone; little power. beins thechief cirner ChYut Hiai-el- f The result is what might have been fore jo whom each building fill frani'd togethis distinguished for a er, groweth into a holy temple in the Lird, seen. The Church i together f r a worldly spiiit or carnal longings, more than in whom ye also arc builde Never was habitation of Old in the Spirit " (Eph. ii: for godliness and good works Rjviaed ) covetouenes more thoroughly enthroned in 19 22. and Giliziiuhip U tha state of one who h in- the churches than at the present day; h of worst fact i that it receives no the vested with the rights and privilege rbtike from the pulpit. But the love U the child of 0 !, by faith citiun. Such with commun- in Cdriit. He is a pilgrim or sojiurner on of the world is incwistant hear-ein,, will. Christ in the Holy Spirit. "Lave the earth; hi country and city are in beoiusj he is united with the Sin of not the world, neither the things that are world" Man who is in heaven. Christ ws loth in the world. If any man love the is not in him. For Gol and man,becauic He had the nature of .!, .ip of the Father lust of the flesh each. He was with the Father from eter- all that i in the world, the begotten son, the heir of all and the luU of the eye and the pmle oi nity, II only wenu. things. This divine being brciuie ileah life ia not of the Fathrr, but is ol tue h world nasseth anar and the lusts and dwelt among us and men ''beheld His Ami will of God glory, glory a? of the only begotten of the thereof; but he that doeth the of grace and truth." (John i: abideth forever." (l.John xi, 1G, 13, Mitt Father, full x, 37 TJ ) "As je therefore received Christ 11th.) Churc'i, Jesus the LorJ, so walk in Him. rooted and his, reJeemed the i! Uui-- t your which ii Hi? biij. Hi gave Himself for builded up in Him and istablisheil in His life a ranoai for it fith. Tske heed lest there be any one mat the Caurch, ae his philosophy Beim of ona nature with His redeemed, miketh spoil of you through the mem- and vain deceit, after the tradition of men, He dicl fir he is their Held world and not bers of His bjly anl tluy died turn or as after the rudiraena of the ficr Cnris': far in Him dwelleth all the with Him; fo- - the HeiJ could not ninheri bodily and ye are die an 1 tin uasaabiw ot his hour live; nei- fullness of the Gadheai the boJy rL-- from made full in Him " (Col ii, 611; Eph. ii, ther could the Head of and iii th3 dm 1 and His body remain dead. Bath 1 10; iv, 17 32; v,C;Phil.ii, references will died unto sin together in the same sene and iv chapters.) These walking with Christ and both row out of death together and show what is meant by together unto God. Christ's as citizsns of heaven and nat as citizjns of loth acendci the law and acceptance with Gad is the acceptance of the world, or sinners under the vvhule redeemed family, the entire its curse. The walk of Christians in this day is as Caurch of the First Barn. The ulorifioa-lio- n tlie scriptures show it of Christ l the elorific titan of the far short of what l ought to b, as their apprehension of their CrTurcb, (which is His body) in the etern Not one fail- standing or cilizjoahip in heaven, is less counsel and purpo'e of Gad. word of God shows it to be ure can happen; (or the purpote is God's, than what the the christian knows his and He will execute it. Cariet and His Not, therefore, till Adam sonship ctn Le know his citizenship, .and pjople are oue in a opirtltial sense.a his citizenship can he and his children are one in a natural sense not till he knows identified as one in the covenant wilk in its duties, privileges, boundless They are approximating the per which hw been seiled with the blood of joy and glory, ever lo ein and fect exsmple, the Lord Jesus, wno wa Jews. They are ona in death undefiled and separate from sinner;' one in ressurrec'.ion into justification of life; "holy, with God and one in and who gave Hia life a ransom for all;" one in acceptance now lives for us in henven, to eternal glory. (John xvlt: specially 20 24 ) anl who degree of hold us up, and keep us from falling, and at The Head can not be in one G1 and his body in a dif- latpresint ua toGod with exceeding joy. acceptance. Adm It is in the walk with Christ, aa citizens ferent degrea of in the same of heaven, that the exhortation of the and hia children sto J together to "mortify the tlesh covenanl.Ther pawed together in'-- ihe rame and to "put on jidmenlunt) cjndemrutionj and so the with its affection, and luUs" in knowledge who is renewed whale humn nee have ona sUndiog be'ore the new man after the imie of Him who created him." Gad that of sinners citiznhip of th be- We are to walk in love and compasion one it. Tasreh.'e tin forgiving one another, a God, liever in Cnri'. is in heivon, because of another, This is the forCariu's sake, fona7e us Caristian Christ's cit ze iship is there. He ia must not pirvert the gifis of God to ouiiu w.andin ol the believn in Cliriit the .Tsw nor Greek nor bondman nor up ioitit itioni whose aim is to educate neither is one with oli mm to make him worthy of Const! freeman nor barbarian; but he CnrUt in his standing to Gad. He is not Even charity is nat charity unless it rocs designated. in tha flesh, but in the Spiri ; not in old to the objects that Christ has The sinleis rexirrection life is the stand but in Christ who has abrogated Adam, ard for the believer. Not ' Cuurch life," rin by the sacrifice of Himself The ha it. of Gad's mind as a as the paltry phrau of this da his pied out (Ue'o vilhl'J.) And where there No! It is the life that is now "hid with winner. is no remembrance of Bins, there is no more Christ iu God," in which the dear children oflering for it. (Heb. x, 19, 20 ) Toe last of God tnuit walk with their elder brother, finish-ed,- " the risen and glorified San of man and Son words of Chrit on the Cross, "It is and "Into Thy hands I commend My of God. Those only who by faith appreBpirit," tell out the perfection of His offer- hend that they died with Christ with remains to and roie with Him into the life of Gjd ing for sinners. Nothing no The night bss passed; the eternal and heaven, cin sit with Jesus in the heavbe d enly places and pouers the holy Spirit to day Ins poured iis fullnes on men. heaven" Out of eaa'ile them to walk with Him in the life citizjn-hi- p is in 1 "Our this glorious fact isjue all the obligations that is eternal. Tne carnal mind, no matter how much aa-duties, all trie the rights and privileges and the oternal weight of glory, of all the the College, and the Church, and the tailor, brethren of the Lord Jeius Christ -t- he and the dancing master, may Inyedone for joint heirs with Him to all ttings. (Gal. it, cm not walk with Jesus in His resurrection-life, in the duties, privileges and iv.C(7;Hom vih, Heb. i,2) 'Our is a shout of vic- blceedneu of the citizenship of heaven. in heaven." This tory ever sin, death and hell, uttered on The church that holds in fellowship the the borders of the hewenly Canaan, the manufacture of intoxicating liquors, or lie wilderness of this fading and perishing who fells them as a beveiage, has never apworld. Never were eucb worJs heard be- prehended the glorious character of Chridt, , or the fore. They roll through the aijes like the much leis the meaning of the Cro-sjoy and truth that the real christian has eternal sound of many voices utterine of Jesus and is i.:..mnh lipfnre the throne of Godl "Our life, the resurrection-lif- e cltiz'enship is in heaven." The world withJ therefore a citizen of heaven with Christ. cnanges, io pui om And in counties other forms of sin, which l it eorrowful of sight. In has vanished like a cloud in the ministry and the Church tolerate and inheav-en;- " fellowship, the truth is mide manifest that enmrnerakies. "Our citizendiipis from whence also wo wait for the Lord few only apprehend at all that their citiJesus Christ, who shall fashion anew the zenship is in heaven and that by it the body of our humiliation, that it may be christian's walk must be judged; for the conformed to the body of His glory, accord- true christian is in Christ and must walk ing to the working whereby He U abJeUo with Him, or he has no connection with subject all tliinn to Himself. (Cal. Hi, -4; Him at all. The sinner can not make himself a citiPa. xvi, 15; ICor. xv; 1 John iii,2. Matt, xvii; ltev. xxi, 22 ) The vision isbnutter-abl- y zen of heaven. God does this for him in Binner accepts it glorious! The triumph and the im- the work of Christ and-th- e glory of Christ and of His elect by faith. Then comes the time to work; measurable ' ones aorxornplete. The Head and Hia bo- and it is not child's play. To live in the dy, the Church, are one because they were world and be not of it: to crucify the flesh ohVTn'ihe death unb in and in therreaur- - at every point of its .attempts to break out rect!orftinto justification oT life; the begin agUait the will of God, to shut Useeyea ip citi-nhis tbor-n.Krn, e ' i ' and walk by faitb, never knowing whether the next sep will be on thorns, or in the fire, this, Mm is not child's play; nor is it posflble for a mau lo walk thus who is nol led from within br the Spirit ol God. Hut bo we must walk in our citizenship, which is with Christ In heaven. Rationalism exnlsins this heavenly and divine citizenship away. The ritualist and overlook it en- the mere ordinance-keepetirelv and rest iu forms, and on scripture symbols, without being taught by them the eternal truths which they represent; for "the natural man receives uot the things ol the Spirit of God; for they are foolishness unto blm: neither can he know them, oe- cause they are spiritually discerned." (1 Cor. ii;9, 15 ) "Our citizsnship is.in heaven." He only nn I filled, swallowed up in the fsith of this truth, will be lid by the divinely given i.w,.!rtinn in bis own heart to live or wbik his in the faithful discharge of the duties of standing wherein the believer Is rhrlii like accepted as Carist is accepted, because he Is without a blemish in ttitn. it is igno rance of all that which feeds and fattens the carnal mind and develops it into countwor- which is sell lea forms wnrnlnnni rationalism which hides the senlimcn- Cros in empty specul itions and and etch of theie either openiy, or tilisni; sinner's by neceary implication, deny the his justification by need of atonement and faith in it. The watch word of the christian ou?ht lo " Therebr : "My citizenship is in heaven the linlesi standing fore we must walk in in to God. Here, as we have said, comes war against sin which works thro' the the The llesh to enthrall the redeemed will. the victory isceruw, battle is fierce, but and unless we surrender our trust in Christ the Holy Spirit out of our hearts. grieve to God is able to make the feeb!el believer "able to do ezceedlnely stand. He is ecna-Uo- r abundantly ubjve all that which wcrk- think, according to the pawer r riuiKKssiimu BEST THE ALL OF am m. w mow WEBSTER'S nintoETT ISI-l- iinowN, KV. unabridged: In Sheep, Rutilaand Turkey Binding. IQlOTIONAHyiSUPPUUEHTti MT. VKHSON, LINIMENTS TOE MAN AND BEAST. MeilcimMtiiitaiiK J.liilineiithanbocii known to million nil over tho world us tiio only Bofo rollnnco for tho relief or and tmtn. It Is n lnoUIaine ubovo irlco mm pmUo the beat of It I'oruvcry form of external pain kind. tho ATTOItNEY A.T DANVILLE, KY.," II. Xj A W. fWnsTFxrFijr mw .,. Tirutitiinfiistiti""v" " "wtflf wirtt ....., i i Will rrsctlcs In th CourU of Boris n J sJJolnlm oountlJ and lo the Court of Appal. AnJ Mailer CommlMionor MT FISH. J. AttornuyAt Liiaa. Cour. Circuit VKItNOS, KY Collfe- Coutl-tiou- THE STANDARD. f3.XnnVeJiaer-- It h.vi 118,000 WopJa. 3fjLiJL 31)00 KnitrnrliiKa, ami a New IMIli In Uor't rtlXTt" Slamlanl copin in I'rlnlln 8chui A. JuLJCs aa.ono liui. llliiirriiililrnl lilctliinnry. Hale SO to 1 tloniiHliUy. Will prsctlro In th U.icketM Coutta. Ol3r l IV MEXICAN iui. iuo juuaicau Mustnntr Liniment la without nn canal. 1 flnali nn.l tmaartfi lo I ilio very bono making thu oouilnii-- l mi co or pnin nna lniuunmnuon iinpoft-- i slblo. Ita clTocIs UDon lluuinn FJosli unit I tlinl-.nitorvntlon urucauallp vouUit-- J HUltUKdiv lilOnTIWT, orANFtinn, ky. Offic-So- LEE F. HUFFMAN, aid Main nDXCnrisldtoinakeariiiiilly Intelllipnl Heat help JDJCfEUL TIMOIII.'ltS fur SCIIOIItS, ami St'lIOOl. ay- of anv other c rl ulh ti.i(rafa t theMtera Hotel. PursMtroui Uzldo quired. 8lret, two door abort whan r- Uaa aiutcUterel V. U. - f Hupri'iiie l ourt. lteci.iiiriendi SupMa of Sclmola In 30 Statos. WetMlerliBlandanI Authority with Ihe by Ute Hlaili t'. n. Dlt. PENNY, fflmiT Office MUSTANG of rliriiiunMo innrtjr re stored, or n nlunble lmri or (it atcu oy mo nciuintf power oi u--u phIkIuimI. nilnlilrl rnrn fromS or llabl to M.ml 12 A. HTANFOItP, KKNTITKY. S Lrlla'a tor. Offlp hour Ansilbellea ad t dip. iS-lv- OUHtlMt. The latest edition. In tho quantity of tnalifr it rontnlns, Is believed lo bo tho largest rolinii publliheil. I thaSOOO more Wnnli and nearly three tlm. tho numbor of Kngrat Inga in any ut.ier Ainvri can Dictionary, Itlaanever-irean- t atnit rellalilnatihnol-tunitertt- i tho wholn family. .''..S' JleraH. " A LIBRARY IN ITSELF." r. 7.1ii!irunt. la nocilcil lir somebodr In every honso. Kvory day brlnfjM nowa of WlcaROuy ni nil mriuiicmunr uuru Aiirrr.t,l-Trllt- r Liberal rrwrd WARMLY INDORSED BY audi liluh uutliorltlra na a Con. Ilaiicriift. II. W. Hmrrin, aVm. II. I'reaeott, IiiIiii I., aintlpv. Klti-- LINIMENT tho jj: - lr hia rturn w tue. r. J. iiii.tii with U i note. ii The L'uat.rldge.1 i now aupplie.1, n' n am. dlltonal rout, with IMIMMIN'H a Ta'uablo anl II .tt tlme-rarln- II. If. Hmart, Ktrn Alihnl. Win. T. lUrrli, It hai all al.iflr kent a lea.li,iff l.lo. New Edition brliiga It fairly up lu i 7mu, Junt, IMi, dx-j- Hailed, .lolin (I. W lilltl, r. W. I). Ilouella, .1. (1. Ilnllanil, .ImneaT. I'lrlil , (Ire. 1. Mnr.h, Krinji I. Ilaltle. an 1 i.r... ,i I'. . ltlieumntldn, jontii, i Sllrnhm, Nure Ntrelllnfrs. ntlfrj iinirnricii jriuscict. Jiunn i. ml hralJi, Cuti, Ilruurn mill which speedily cures anch aUnionts of I I HUMAN H.hsll ns llltr-- PATENT REFERENCE INDEX, Inrentlnn. UmV-tnalu- l'nlinnn'n Stlll;i, Mimim, . Norm, tic, I'roi Indeed 1 .. Ilpilt, oiimlrr. Tlnrnra Horra, llonf Scull, ICol, Nttrw aorm. J, llnlloiv IIoiu, ficratclira, rlpnvln, Tlirub, Ol.l Nnrva. l'oll 1II. I'lllll upon the Sight ""t cvrry ulhrr ullmeiit r the t which tlie iccuiniit btnble nml Ntixh Yard nre lUlilr. nh.i llnilrm ifluataliu I.llllliirnt nlwnya cni"s and bevi r Ulaat liolaU , It hcil3 without tor tho Unarm Cukjltiom It euros Srnlut, ntTlnny, ftlir Joint, rtrry form ol uttrnal Bears. Cal. unit . Old UwlnliK. !, nml l "Tho sreateit ltnrremeiit In luu U mad In a Imn ln-.-l year " a.AC.MERRIAMACO..Pubr,SprineU.Ma di- -. "MOiON ' KOUTJE. r Louisville, New Albany & Chicago THE llluslr aMnd-Kall- 5 - CD ' 'J Railway. LINE KCNNINU OXi.Y andiLia, poaiuvcjyi Ptilliuaii LOUISVILLE Palace TO Carsl - tht o er sin-ne- ts w ip "Our citizonshlp is in heaven." htery thing we need is contained in this great troubled; truth. "Let not your heart be afraid." We are with neither let it be Christ, though we can not see Him. iea, For He is in us, unless we be rej'Ctel ones Let us live ourcit'zsnjhipis in heaven Things in harmonv with it. -- Df Cox In O'd and New. n Up in Michigan they do the Enoch a very un Tennysonian business up in way. For instance, Mr. Barney Kouascau, who has been sailing the seas over for Alseveral years, returned to his home at that Mr. Julian Favage had pena and found full pwsession of his wife and home. Did Mr. ttousseau gze sadly through the window upon happiners never more to be his, heave a sigh, and turn his bick upan his lost love forever? Not much. He On wasn't that kind of an Enoch Arden he jut wallz-- d into the houe the contrary, and ordered Mr. Ssvage to make himself scarce and be quick abaut it. Mr. Sivsge dedeclined to do the scarce busine-- s, and his intention to leave only when he clared got ready. Whereupon Mr. Uiusseau lost . his temper and found a butcher-knifesucceeded In disarmWhen Mr. Hansseau ing her husband Mr. Savage had gone lo Mr. Rour-i- i the happy hunting grounds. apartments in the county nnir has jail, aud Mrs. Rauseau sits in her de spoiled home weeping and disconsolate. No, indeed; they dcn'i do things according to Tennyson in Michigan.-Breckenri- dge News. Mara The Mi83is3ipn Twentv-Fiv- k Wide: Clear away these sycamores, and willows, and the voyager setforth from Cairo at this time would ting appreciate the magnitude of the inland sea. The Mississippi, nt its junction with the Ohio, extends from the hills of to the biffher land of Missouri, a distance of twelve miles in perhaps its narrowest part. Where the dowoui kit it opportunity to spread itself on both sides, the width ranges up to twenty-fiv- e miles or more. Let it be remembered that Ihere is a downward current over all this great expanse. Tippleton hasswoin off. It came about , b in this way: Vieltiug tue sample-roomusual, for his poison with free lunch ac- be recocnized the same .nnwwniniPiii. refused to eat at breakfast sausage that he at home thai yery morning. His wile had given to a beggar, and the begcar had parted with it in the cour.e of trade. Tipple-to- n daesn't know how mat.y times his Iree lunch has been made up from the refuse of his own table. There was a time wheu the size of a man's hat qualified or disqualified him for the Presidency, but in these days of physical domination the paunch is mightier than the cerebellum, and the first inquiry about presidential candidate is, "what a would-b- e ia hia girth measure, and does he haTc to split hia veat behind?" It may suiprise some people to know that there is no legal National holiday-- not even tho Fourth of July being one. States, by their Ljgislatures, have dejigna-te- d certain days as holidays, but Congrees Bjaton has never made any day auch. Ar-deKen-i.ipV-t ethinus" BEST THE ALL OF AND SOLID T11AIN.S CHICAGO arrile lrn In LiMENTS ... j nM W j. v 4a ai H (VI m mi i IM n w '" vwiinm v-n- 2. S rf P(jq h p J w. H IrJ Iu tnac to take the erealn Uuute" and to Ibrumin to Tl le Pr. Nitk aA --NPauentrra It It ilranchoft. the Knot. train of tha "Monoa 1uImIIU (iroi'iirastlc, Crnuriirilsvlllc, Lufiijctte nnd Chlciiiro wldiout chanirr. -- TIME TAIII.E.- - &r&?&zz2XSE&KT1&2W For Rent! Or wBg e5 "rAiio.s-.- . lull; 7 Dally a ic p uj p iu Lia. Air ' U'lltilll litrrUia'll. ri(or.liitlla. n IS 161am ai 01 01 1 OS 41 p a m 1 T " I'hleaic Si) II DESIllAHI.K STOKi: I'nder ths St. Aujh Holet, no K. Wparrn. Call ou or adJrrM ROOM occupl! byJB. g b ssa iy IIKXllX ll.lVliiMAX, 3i. V. VmiTXIXS. run TI1K rae b.m illrxl ronle. ih ealr ona thangeof n. Uiall .nl In lVIronln, Mlnnraola, Iowa Nrbraaa,.ae IVr furthrr lufvriuallen, addreaa MUK11AY Kkl.LLlt.ll. P. 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In fact, If you contemplate a ttln In any direction, your by purcliaalDit your tickets tia will li. K. C. and Cincinnati. Pullman Palace i an; New Day Coacnei, and li.nJi'.toelj furnlah-t- l Chair Cri lorn) the thli Old Iteliablo, thereby making a trip ofer Ibli line oue ol luxurious comfort and pleuutH Try It. TIMi; TABLE, IN EFFKCTNOVEYIHER IS. Ii lime hrruln ia 30 mluulba tUiwtr tbaa tiiu heretofore tilren. aiU V. W. NMI71I, Oeu'l W. J. llain, AdrertlilOK W. K. AKNUI.U.TT Ticket and Pau Ait , MnlBNL.lxiulailKe.Ky ilana.r, II. lUehmood, W. SUI.I.KK. (Jen'I Paaa'r Ajt. Vlrtlnla. Iwtaril lntrt Eli-g- int -- ua'ull TAKE THE- - fol n.rd ast rnc; to nil rnCj i vt 1, t K r.l alii- - innl F ' .1 b.lf1.FERRSC0.yS. to 'niri OHIO & MISSISSIPPI ii. W. South. I T No i, D No. 4. No. 13 CAltEFis Le. ii ii Corlngton Falmouth. . Arr. Parla Le."'Paris. Cyntblana... . . ... IS a m I) am Irr Iilnlun. T. p tu 10 M i in . II 00 a in 6 00 p in'. ... II 45 p ia H Ml p uii lo ,.i ,. ai i in s is a in 6 W 6 00 (I VU 2 4) p m i II i ro East,West sind North XJ3-U.lS,7"illo Glck Ilcadieha and rtl "vo all tho troubles Incident to a bilious etsto of tho system, auch as NauiKA, SrowsUipas. lilitruaa after rnt.nir, ralnlnthoSldp, Ac. Whllo their moit rcinark-abl- a CUBE p m rom IXlUisVILLi: to ii Carlldo ,.. C 10 p rr 'INPINNATI. th. I!.l , li 10 p in ami tho Norlh. Arr. MTillle. . Parlor Car. to Onclnuatl and Palace hlecplni t'ara to Cincinnati. Waihlnir-to- n, ,11 ifl a m li W p IU Lvr Prli- Ilaltltnore, Philadelphia aud Ntw Vork.wlth-ou- t Winchester . Pi 3 i p uil 7 10 p iu change. 2 05 p ui 8 30 uui.U 2S pin ltlchiuond ' 4 00 p iu LOUIKVILLK I.incaater IMp in lo 4 40 jim Arr. SUutorJ J unci S UQ p inj ttoWeat, Niifthwwtand houtUweflt, with Pal.ca filceplni: No. 17. i No. 1. I No. 3 North. lara un ninht train, LouliTllIe to Bt. IaiuU. Lie. Pria.-.T- ii Mlllenburg, pm ........ ! 3 Trains! ttr 2rfaintvtc?r""" success has anti-awfu- Globe. "There are souls In m chnrcb o emulJ," l, said Mr.Talmage to a reporter, "so fi'ty of them could bo mean, that dance a schottlsche on the point of a cambric needle without touching each other." infini-teaima- TIcadachP.yct Carter's Llttlo Liver Pills aro rjnally voluablo la Couatlpatlon, curing and pruvtiiltng tlila annoying complaint, ruilu (hey alao correct ouU regulate the bowels. SICK ban shown In curing ell dinonlcrs of tho stomach, sllmnlste tho Ilrrr Kvtn If they onl cured 1- side the front door, and the usual run of callers all thought some one was dead and passed by on tip-to!M Ilka to have you give me a good send-off,- " eald a man to the city editor, the other day. "Well, aa soon aa my boots come back from the cobbler's I'll do ll,"ffaa the effective reply. Wanting to have a quiet time the other day the editor bung the cflico towel out- AchotbryvTonldbcolmostprlcclcss to thoso who euirt r from this dlitreeln complaint ; but t their Roodneasdora not md here, and tboio whoonco try thena will find tbtso llttlo iilllavnlu-abl- a In ao many w aya that they wfllnot be wlUui to do Tf ittottt thun. I)ut after all lick head ortu-nato- HEAD ACHE pli-aa- 3 00 am UM pin 9 40 a in. I SO pm 2 p m' 5 Optu 6 a ia 7 00 a ro a 03 p m ! 7 &5 a in -' 50 p in . Majitillo 1U iu U 30 p iu Ltc Carllale 7 10 a ml 1 C8 p in' " -- .. 7 HO a m, 2 'J p w, " Mllleraburg .... ni! S 80 p m 7 M Air. Pari" 7 01 a in; z oo p m Lre. Leilngton ! 7 83 a ml 2 00 p ml ' Parli ..... 7 63 a m !I30 p ml 1 sit 3 24 p ml B Ma in CrDtbUna.M .. . . 4 P m Kalmouth. .1 11 10 a ni! 6 10 p m' Arr. Corlngtou NoTsTl-T- . Lai. 11 m. Arr. MnyaTllle H 40 a m No. J7 Lt. Iaik. 6 05 p m, Arr. Mayirllle 8 10 p ra 8 51 am No. 30 Lt. May.TllloOtlam, Arr. No.JS Lr. MayielllelSSO p m. Arr, Lex 1 1I p m 00 p m. An. Kalmouth 7 00 pm No. t Lt. Cor. 8 No. 8 Lt. Falmouth 5 65 a m, Air. Cot. 7 51am No. and 4 dally batwoen Itlchmond, Lexlnittou Lie. Stanford June " Lancaiter Mcbmond " Winchester... Arr. Parli. 10 12 OAliOand tho Norlh, with Day tViaclii-- aud thalr Cars through without cbango. Hours 2 Trains lO 2 louisvitxe to ST. LOUIS. from LOUIHVILLK to INDIA VAPnll-- i (III LOOK AT THIS p. in. next day ! i3liui The J8 p. m. Exprees (dally) from Loul.rllle haa Palace tlleeplog Caia from LouUtIIIo to New a otk without cliango, arrltingat Wublugton 2;23 Hours Ahead of All Competitors. Homa-cWkc- ra SpooialRatoa Is tho tana of so many lives that hero Is where we nvaka oar great boast. Oar pilla euro It whllo Others do not. Cnrter'a Llttlo Ilvrr POIs aro very f mail and very tuy to Uko. Ono or two tUU tuaku a dose 'J dct are piriciiy Tinuautu aim ui nm W't" ," alt who porw, bat by their ircnUo action tuathem. InvlaUataiarentst flro fortl. Sold by drttcslsta cvuy wbao, or Mat by CAUTEK MEDICJC CO.. Noir York. Einlxranta and Tla tbatl.A M. Il'y hare ThrouHh Day Coaeboa on all train.. Mate no lnldn!t change. Arrlre at fit. l)uU 2 boon InadTanooofotber llnee, thereby aecuring more and Oortngton; all olbtra dally except HaaJay. time for making change ol can and getUug flrat choice of aoau In car of connecting line. to Inadraneeor other Una to Indlanapolli and Cblcaffoand the paly Una gWIng IU patron, a 12. portalnlng to mllo rldo along tha iborea of Lake Mloblgan. Por tlckeU, rate and Information Fpr tleketa, rytea, tlm mapa, do., apply to tlmo, conneotloaa, Ac, call on or addreea Ticket Agenta ol connecting line or addreaa W. B. McUOBKIlTH, Aobst, it. O. HIIOWN. Houthern Paaaengtr Act., BUnfbrd, Ky. 8. U. Cor. fourth A Main tla., Loulafllle ..F-1-?O. W.BKNDEB, W. M, 8UATTUC, HuptdnioodML Oo'l Ilaa. A FrC A(t-- W. W. PKABODT, Oen'l Manager. Qal raaueme- - At CoTlnatoooKy. . UnotasatL GEO. U. MeKINNEV, Tray. I'aaa. aFrt. Aft. J. V, HU.L, rtmm&t Axat, UbaaeauKjr . btaoUW, Kf. Emigrants.